"Provincials" - Plates of British Uniforms during the American Revolutionary War, from John Mollo’s "Uniforms of the American Revolution"
British Captain John Montresor, who was present and who spoke to Hull under a flag of truce the next day: "'On the morning of his execution,' Mr. Hale calmly spoke, and He said, 'I only regret, that I have but one life to lose for my country.'"
AWI- Britain: British Marines, Battalion Company, Corporal. 5th Regiment of Foot, Battalion Company, Officer & 38th Regiment of Foot, Battalion Company, Private. c.1777.
Cornwallis's Army in American Revolutionary War
Light Infantry Company, Fortieth Regiment of Foot, 1776
2nd New Hampshire
Don Troiani Historical Artist American Revolution: A soldier of the 12th Massachusetts Regiment in 1777 as he would have appeared during the Saratoga campaign.
British; Loyalist Troops L to R Officer British Legion 1781,Officer King's American Dragoons 1782 & Fifer New York Volunteers 1782 from an early Osprey Men at Arms (originally published possibly in 1980)
British; Loyalist Infantry L to R Privat, Royal Garrison Regiment 1783, Light Infantryman, Loyal American regiment 1782 & Private 3rd Battalion Delancy's Brigade 1783 from an early Osprey Men at Arms (originally published possibly in 1980)
Lt. Colonel Banastre Tarleton, commander of the Revolutionary War era British Legion and arguably the best cavalryman of the war.