Regiments
Of the Malta Garrison
Neapolitan Artillery

The Neapolitan Artillery

1800 Neapolitan Artillery

19 Jan 1800 A company and a half of Neapolitan Artillery arrived at Malta. It was urgently needed to man the batteries investing the French within the fortified towns around the Grand Harbour.

The Neapolitan Artillery had 113 men, 0 women, 0 children, and no medical officers.

1801 Neapolitan Artillery

Jan 1801 Strength: 91 men (25 sick).

6 May The Neapolitan troops were required to leave Malta consequently to the armistice concluded between Naples and the French Republic at Folignio on 18 February 1801.

1802 Neapolitan Artillery

Sep 1802 Another company of Neapolitan Artillery reached Malta in accordance with the Treaty of Amiens.

1803 Neapolitan Artillery

14 July 1803 The Neapolitan Artillery left for Messina and Syracuse following the resumption of hostilities between Britain's and France in May 1803.

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