A designation of the horse and Foot Guards, who enjoy many immunities and privileges for attending the sovereign.
At last, in order to procure bread, he resolved to list himself in the Foot Guards.
He had horse and Foot Guards, a regular household establishment and all the ensigns and trappings of royalty.
In his tenth year, according to the custom of his House, he was made second lieutenant of the 1st Foot Guards.
Passing behind one of the lines of a regiment of Foot Guards he heard a voice calling him by name.
He was educated for the army, which he entered on his tenth birthday as second lieutenant in the 14th Foot Guards.
We should have got them all away if they had not trapped us with the Foot Guards.
The horse and Foot Guards were immediately sent to disperse the rioters, who fled at their approach.
The earliest barracks of which there is any record as regards England, were those for the Foot Guards, erected in 1660.
The other was the Guards Corps, composed of men of the three regiments of Foot Guards.