In 1804, the Army of Baden included 2 Foot batteries, rather logically designated as batteries number 1 and battery number 2. A Horse Artillery battery was raised in late 1806, and became the new battery number 1, with the foot batteries now being designated as numbers 2 and three; a third foot battery, designated as battery number 4, was added in 1808.
The Foot artillery wore dark blue jackets with black facings and brass buttons, and red turnbacks. Until 1806, the button holes were decorated with yellow lace, but thereafter they were left plain.
The breeches were supposed to be white for parade and grey for campaign, with dark blue overalls with a red stripe down the outside seam introduced in 1811. In Spain, like everyone else, brown pants made of local cloth would be common as well.
So, of course, I just painted mine with worn dark blue trousers! :-) These are Murawski figures (and guns) once again.
I use 3 crew figures per gun (OK, four for 12 lbers), and 8 figures for my cavalry units. Murawski come with 8 artillery crew per pack and 3 Cavalry per pack.
So, what to do with the extras? Why make a section of Horse Artillery, of course!
The horse artillery wore essentially the same uniform as the Foot did, except with white plumes on the Raupenhelm. I couldn't be bothered with adding plumes, so I just gave most of them white pants so that they would stand out.
For some reason, my Murawski order had SIX Baden Dragoon trumpeters in it (but no extra horses, darn!). So, the mounted figure is a trumpeter, and a nice uniform he has, too!
Anyone needing a spare Baden Dragoon trumpeter rider (or 4...), please feel free to contact me...