The last four of my Nine Years War Generals is the subject of this post.
The first base represents Count Walrad de Nassau-Usingen, but is better known as Walrad de Nassau-Saarbrucken. During the War of the League of Augsburg, Walrad got appointed as field marshal of the Dutch army. His rank as field marshal was behind Waldeck and the appointment was supported by William III. He was reported to have served at Fleurus and Steinkerque. Both horses are Essex while the men are Donnington figures.
He accompanied William to Flanders and was presant at the Battle of Neerwinden and the seige of Namur in 1695. Again as above the figure is by Donnington and the horse is by Essex.
Albert-Octave, Comte T'Serclaes de Tilly. In December 1690 Tilly is mentioned as being in command of a 540 men strong dragoon corps that was bivouaced in Liège during the winter of 1690-1691. He was appointed as General Major on 24 March 1691. In 1693 Tilly was the commander of 3 cavalry and 5 dragoon regiments who were forced out of Tongres in the night of 14-15 July 1693. On 25 October 1694 he was appointed as Lieutenant General in the Dutch army. Again as above a Donnington man and an Essex horse.
Henrik Trajectinus, Graaf van Solms, was a General and one of King William's favourites. He commanded the Garde te Voet, through many engagments during the Nine years War until his death at the Battle of Neerwinden in 1693. He was disliked by the English officers and men due to his arrogeance and for having been thought to be responsible for the failure to support the English army at the Battle of Steenkirke. Solms is an Essex figure and horse.