The shipment included my Lanceros de Castilla and some more guerrilla infantry. As a result, the "irregular" parts of the Spanish Nationalist army are now pretty much complete - which doesn't mean they will not get reinforcements later, of course...
The term "irregular" is a difficult one to apply to the Spanish army, since a lot of volunteer and militia units were included in the regular army in 1810, but here they all are, for a start - Volunteers on the left, Guerrilla troops on the right. Some of these units have appeared in this blog before, as they arrived back from the painter.
Voluntarios - light troops to the front
Don Julian Sanchez and both regiments of his Lanceros de Castilla - still to be fitted with red lance pennons (a job for a quiet evening)
Guerrilleros - four small infantry units, with cavalry at the rear
My next proposed CCN battle should bring all these chaps into confrontation with, amongst others, the untried Pommeranians...