Volume IV: THE USERS AND THEIR SMALLARMS

Volume IV investigates the issuing and care of arms, and then shows just which units of the `Company's Service' (i.e. the Bengal, Madras and Bombay Armies) and the `Royal Service' (i.e. the British Army) used the various natures and patterns of East India Company smallarms at successive periods. Another is that there are four armies to cover: those of Bengal, Madras and Bombay, plus the British Army in India (who often used East India Company smallarms).

Chapter 29. DISTRIBUTION AND CARE OF SMALLARMS

Chapter 30. BENGAL INFANTRY

Chapter 31. MADRAS INFANTRY

Chapter 32. BOMBAY INFANTRY

Chapter 33. BENGAL REGULAR CAVALRY

Chapter 34. MADRAS REGULAR CAVALRY

Chapter 35. BOMBAY REGULAR CAVALRY

Chapter 36. ARTILLERY

Chapter 37. PIONEERS, SAPPERS AND MINERS

Chapter 38. LOCAL CORPS AND OTHER NON-REGULAR TROOPS

Chapter 39. THE PUNJAB IRREGULAR FORCE

Chapter 40. THE ROYAL SERVICE: BRITISH ARMY UNITS IN INDIA

Chapter 41. OTHER USERS OF EAST INDIA COMPANY SMALLARMS

Appendices, Volume IV