Precisely - which does sort of suggest we're actually dealing with brigades: If the 4 infantry bases represent a battalion, then artillery (deemed to represent position batteries of eight guns or more)
Now see, having not read 'any' rules of this period, I was thinking that each 'BASE', regardless of 3,4 or 6 figures, i.e. 75, 100 or even 150 men (est. 25:1), was representing a 'Company' of troops. There again..3 to 6 bases (depending on the rule sys) would be One Battalion. To take it one more step.. apprx. 3 battallions = One Regiment.
I have learned from "Napoleonic" gaming friends that the 'standard' infantry company/battllion, could in fact vary a GREAT deal between nations in reference to soldiers per each. Its my understanding the Russian forces (even back then folks lol) believed in the tactic, "winning with numbers". That is.. simply having forces of enormous numbers of soldiers.
[quot]Still, it does work visually as I said,,, - I'll get my coat!
HEY WAIT FOR MEEEE! (slamming door) Darn.. I hate it when that happens.