See also:belt worn over the
See also:shoulder, particularly by soldiers to carry cartridges . In the 17th century wooden cases were hung to the belt to contain powder charges . The
See also:modern bandolier carries the cartridges either in loops sewn to the belt, or in small pouches, similarly attached, containing strips of several cartridges . It has been extensively adopted in the
See also:British army, especially for mounted troops .
ANGELO MARIA BANDINI (1726—1800)
BANDON, or BANDONBRIDGE
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