How the army changed between 1790 and 1850
The prints are 24.5 x 37.5 cm (9 ½ ″ x 14 ½ ″) on medium cardstock weighing 144 g/sm2 faced in light greyish blue (RGB: d4e1e9), backed in white. Shown here are scans of the prints. Published in 1966 by © Hugh Evelyn Limited, London; drawn by Colonel P.H. Smitherman.

Officer, 9th Foot, 1790 (Royal Norfolk)
Officer, 9th Foot, 1790 (Royal Norfolk)
The Royal Norfolk Regiment amalgamated into the Royal Anglian Regiment in 1964 description below
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Officer, Light Company, Royal Fusiliers, 1790
Officer, Light Company, Royal Fusiliers, 1790
The Royal Fusiliers were merged into The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers in 1968 description below
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Office, 1st Guards, 1790 (Grenadier Guards)
Office, 1st Guards, 1790 (Grenadier Guards)
Named The Grenadier Guards after the Battle Waterloo, 1815; Part of the Guards Division description below
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Officer, Light Company, 12th Foot, 1796 (Suffolk Regiment)
Officer, Light Company, 12th Foot, 1796 (Suffolk Regiment)
The Suffolk Regiment merged with the Royal Norfolk Regiment in 1959 before being amalgamated into the Royal Anglian Regiment in 1964 description below
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Officer, 56th Foot, 1801 (Essex Regiment)
Officer, 56th Foot, 1801 (Essex Regiment)
The Essex Regiment was ultimately merged into the 1st Battalion, The Royal Anglian Regiment in 1964 description below
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Quartermaster Sergeant, 2nd Foot, 1802 (Queen’s Royal Regiment)
Quartermaster Sergeant, 2nd Foot, 1802 (Queen’s Royal Regiment)
The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) was ultimately merged into The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal Hampshires) in 1964 description below
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Private, 57th Foot, 1811 (Middlesex Regiment)
Private, 57th Foot, 1811 (Middlesex Regiment)
The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) merged into The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal Hampshires) in 1992
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Private, 4th Battalion, 60th Regiment, 1812 (King’s Royal Rifle Corps)
Private, 4th Battalion, 60th Regiment, 1812 (King’s Royal Rifle Corps)
The King's Royal Rifle Corps was merged into The Rifles in 2007 description below  
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Sergeant, Grenadier Company, 1st Guards, 1815 (Grenadier Guards)
Sergeant, Grenadier Company, 1st Guards, 1815 (Grenadier Guards)
Named The Grenadier Guards after the Battle Waterloo, 1815; Part of the Guards Division description below
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Officer, Grenadier Company, 19th Foot, 1819 (Green Howards)
Officer, Grenadier Company, 19th Foot, 1819 (Green Howards)
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment) became part of the Yorkshire Regiment in 2006 description below
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