In 1701 and 1702 the Dutch army was brought back to strength and the papers relating to this give a good idea about how strong the abovementioned units were:
The 1700 Staat van Oorlog called for 94 cavalry companies which regularly had 43 horses.
The first Extra-Staat van Oorlog following it added 12 men to each company, the second added 4 men more and added 72 new companies of 58 horses.
The third added 48 companies of subsidy troops.
This resulted in a cavalry strength of 214 companies with 13,489 horses.
For the infantry this meant that the strength of each company was brought back to 66 (Swiss 178), meaning that 11,982 men were added to these.
Furthermore 146 new companies were added, which brought in 11,116 men, and 17,454 men were added to the subsidy troops. This gave the infantry a strength of 78,851 men.