|133rd (Highland) Regiment of Foot (Inverness Volunteers)|
Miniature of Archibald Campbell Fraser, 1795, Scottish National Portrait Gallery
|Country||Kingdom of Great Britain|
|Role||Home Defence and Training|
|Part of||North Britain District|
|Regimental HQ||Inverness, Scotland|
On 22 August 1794 the regiment was raised in Inverness, with much of its personnel coming from the local Highland Militia and Highland Fencibles. During its short history the regiment remained in the Highlands as a garrison unit and would never deploy outside of Scotland.
The regiment's only commanding officer was appointed on 22 August 1794, Lieutenant General Archibald Campbell Fraser of Lovat who was the original commanding officer of the 1st Inverness Militia. Till 1796 he also held the position of Colonel of the 6th West India Regiment.
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