The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Formerly the 26th and 90th Foot. ALight Infantry Bugle-horn, adopted when the Light Infantry title was awarded to the 90th Foot in 1815. A Mullet, or Spur Rowel, was an emblem used by various branches the Douglas family, one of which was headed by the Marquis of Douglas, whose son James Douglas, Lord Angus, raised the 26th (Cameronian) regiment. Also, the Sphinx, superscribed ‘Egypt’, commemorates the services of both regiments in Egypt in 1801. The Chinese Dragon, superscribed ‘China’, commemorates the services of the 26th Foot in China.