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   *Lieutenant Colonel: Second in command of the regiment and might well command it in the absence of the Colonel, he also led the second company. He was often an associate or relative of the Colonel or might be an experienced officer.   *Lieutenant Colonel: Second in command of the regiment and might well command it in the absence of the Colonel, he also led the second company. He was often an associate or relative of the Colonel or might be an experienced officer.
   *Major (Sometimes called Sergeant-Major):​ Third in command of the regiment and leader of the third company. He was responsible for most day-to-day activities of the regiment. Where at all possible, the Major was an experienced officer, usually previously serving as a Captain. ​   *Major (Sometimes called Sergeant-Major):​ Third in command of the regiment and leader of the third company. He was responsible for most day-to-day activities of the regiment. Where at all possible, the Major was an experienced officer, usually previously serving as a Captain. ​
-  *Captains (First to Seventh): Commanded the fourth to seventh ​companies of the regiment. ​+  *Captains (First to Seventh): Commanded the fourth to tenth companies of the regiment. ​
  
 The Regimental Staff varied but often included: The Regimental Staff varied but often included: