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Manûchihr beheads his uncle Salm in battle.

Manûchihr kills his uncle Salm by striking him in the head with his sword.

Officier ter Kurassiers van het Legioen van den Rijngraaf van Salm. 1782

Huzaar van het Centigent. van der Rijngraaf van Salm. 1782

Kurasier van het Centi[...] van der Rijngraaf van Salm. 1782

Hulaan, Rijngraaf van Salm. 1782

Infanterie Regiment Rijngraaf van Salm, R. no. 21. 1784

Jager Officier (Legioen van den Rijngraaf van Salm). 1785

Fuselier Officier (Legioen van Salm). 1785

Huzaar van den Rijngraaf van Salm in dienst van de nieuwe constitutie van 1786.

Legioen van den Rijngraaf van Salm. In dienst van het: Ulaan, Huzaar, Kurasier, Kanonier. 1786

Legioen van den Rijngraaf van Salm, 1786. Jager, Scherpschutter, Fusilier.

In dienst van het Defensienwezen in 1786: Ulaan, Huzaar, Kurassier van het Legioen van den Rijngraaf van Salm; Kanonier; Musketier van Pallardy (Reg. No. 5).

Fusilier. Legioen van den Rijngraaf van Salm. 1786

Legioen van den Rijngraaf van Salm: Jager, Scherpschutter. 1786

Korps Huzaren vacat Salm. 1789-1795

Huzaar van Salm.

Jagers van Salm.

Artillerist legioen Salm.

Musketier v. Inf. R. Salm, 1740

Kurassier Legioen Salm.

Hulaan van Salm.

Jagers van Salm.

Fusiliers Legioen van Salm

Kurassiers Legioen Ryngraaf van Salm

Jagers van Bylandt. (Salm). Bylandt Ligte Infanterie (I Bat Reg XI).

1. Gardes Dragonders - Lijfeskadron; 2. Oranje - Carabiniers ; 3. Tuyll van Serooskerken (H.J. Baron van); 4. Hussaren van Salm (vacant) - Wachtmeester.

Fusiliers Legioen van Salm

Fusiliers Legioen van Salm.

Huzaar vacat Salm.

Legioen Ryngraaf van Salm. Huzaaren, Kurassiers, Jagers, Fussiliers.

Kurassiers Legioen Ryngraaf van Salm

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