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Wellington's army exceeded 21,000, including 1200 officers, more than two hundred of whom, with upwards of six thousand rank and file, perished in the
Orange, Lieutenant Generals the Earl of Uxbridge and Sir Charles Alten, Major Generals Sir Frederick Adam, Sir Edward Barnes, Sir William Dornberg, Sir Colin Halket, Sir James Kempt, Sir Denis Pack, and Cooke; and Brigadier General Harlinge, wounded.
1st Lise Guards.- Lieutenant Colonel Ferrier, killed. 2d Life Guards.—Lieutenant Colonel Fitzgerald, killed.
Royal Horse Guards.—Major Packe, killed.—Colonel Sir John Elley, Lieutenant Colonels Sir R. C. Hill, and Clement Hill, wounded.
1st Dragoon Guards.-Colonel Fuller, Major Bringhurst, killed.
2d (Scotch Greys.)—Lieutenant Colonel Hamilton, Major Reignolds, killed.Lieutenant Colonels Hankin and Clarke, Majors Poole and Vernon, wounded.
6th (Enniskillen.)- Lieutenant Colonel Miller, wounded. 7th Hussars. - Majors Hodge and Thornhill, wounded. 10th Hussars.—Major the Hon. F. Howard, killed.- Colonel Quentin, wounded. 12tb Light Dragoons.-Colonel the Hon. F. Ponsonby, wounded. 13th Light Dragoons.—Lieutenant Colonel Boyce, wounded. 15th Hussars.--Major Griffith, killed. - Lieutenant Colonel Dalrymple, wounded. 16tb Light Dragoons. - Lieutenant Colonel Hay, wounded. 23d Light Dragoons.-Majors Cutcliffe and Gerrard, wounded.
Ist Light Dragoons, King's German Legion.- Lieutenant Colonel Baron Bulow, and Major Baron Reitzenstein, wounded.
2d Light Dragoons, King's German Legion.---Lieutenant Colonels De Jonquieres and Baron Marsdell, wounded.
3d Hussars, King's German Legion.—Lieutenant Colonel Meyer, wounded.
Royal Artillery.- Majors Beane, Cairnes, and Ramsay, killed.- Colonel Napier, Majors Bull, Lloyd, Macdonald, and Parker, wounded.
Royal Artillery, King's German Legion.—Major Symphen, wounded.
Ist Foot Guards.-Lieutenant Colonels Sir F. D’Oyly, Miller, Milnes, Stables, and Thomas, killed.--Colonels Askew, the Hon. William Stewart, Lieutenant Colonels Sir Henry Bradford, Canning, Cooke, D'Oyly, Fead, and the Hon. H. G. Townsend, wounded.
2d (Coldstream) Foot-Guards.- Colonel the Hon. A. Abercromby, Lieutenant Colonels Macdonnel and Wyndham, wounded.
3d Foot-Guards.—Lieutenant Colonel Sir Alexander Gordon, killed.--Lieuteant Colonels Bowater, Dashwood, M'Kinnon, and West, wounded.
1st Foot, (3d battalion) ---Lieutenant Colonel Campbell, Majors Arguimbeau, Massey, and Macdonald, wounded.
4th Foot-Lieutenant Colonel Wilson, wounded.
field, while numbers afterwards died of their wounds. The casualties of the Prussian army were still more numerous; their loss at the battles of Ligny, Wavre, and Waterloo amounted, according to their official returns, to 33,132 men, of whom near 6000 were killed, about 16,000 wounded, and 11,000 missing. As the French took few
23rd Foot --Colonel Sir H. W. Ellis, and Major Hawtyn, killed. - Lieutenant-Co. lonel Hill, wounded.
27th Foot.—Major Hare, wounded. 28th Foot. - Major Meacbam, killed. - Majors Irving, and Llewellyn, wounded,
301b Foot.-Major Chambers, killed.-- Lieutenant-Colonels Hamilton, and Bailey, wounded.
324 Foot.--Major Toole, wounded.
420 Foot. --Colonel Sir Robert Macara, and Major Davidson, killed.—Lieutenant Colonel Dick, wounded.
44th Foot.-- Lieutenant-Colonels Hammerton, O'Malley, and Major Jessop, wounded.
520 Foot.--Lieutenant-Colonel Rowan, and Major Love, wounded.
71st Foot. - Major L'Estrange, killed.-- Colonel Reynell, Lieutenant-Colonel Jones, and Major Johnstone, wounded.
730 Foot. ---Major Maclean, killed. Colonel Harris, Lieutenant-Colonel Cameron, wounded.
79th Foot. - Lieutenant Colonels Brown, Cameron, and Douglas, wounded.
920 Foot. Colonel Cameron, killed. - Lieutenant-Colonels Macdonald, and Mitchell, wounded.
95th (Rifles).- Majors Ecles and Smyth, killed.-Colonels Sir A. F. Barnard and Wilkins, Lieutenant-Colonels Norcott and Ross, Majors Beckwith, Cameron Fulser. ton, and Miller, wounded.
German Legion, Line, - Colonels Duplat, and Baron Onrpteda, Major Chuden, Claud, and Leake, killed. --Lieutenant-Colonel De Schræder, Majors Roden and Robertson, wounded.
German Legion, Light Infantry.—Major Basewell, killed.-- Major Baron Busche, wounded, Ath West India Regiment. --Major Hamilton, wounded. VOL, XI.
prisoners, it is probable that the great majority of the missing should be reckoned slain. The whole of the Combined Army therefore suffered a diminution of number during this short
Regimental loss of the British Army under the command of the Duke of
Wellington, at the battles of Quatre Bras, and Waterloo, and in the subsequent Operations to the 26th of June 1815, with the Effective Strength of each Regiment at the opening of the Campaign, on the 15th of June.
49 40 61 115 85 89
ນ 109 40 3+ 61
8 35 3
27 15 26 25
19 1 1
K. G. L.
Sap & Min.
33 Bitt. Coldstrm, G. 2 B. 3d Ft.Gds, 2d Bat. Ist Foot, 3d Batt. 4th 14th 3d Batt. 23d.
15 46 83 155 106 2 16 197 199 217 198 91 76 111 109 79 32 104
79 153 82 10
48 18 72 26 99
17 33 10 3 3
3 7 11 13
353 487 242 195 295 113 26 801
438 604 308 246 362 134 36 104
campaign, exceeding 54,000 men. The French loss can never be accurately ascertained-suffice it,
698 567 619 689 584 477 675 572 455 518 1032 491 405 551 810 568 675 401 750 621 671 685 190 487 431 450 500 555 474 454 326
11 15 22 31
2 240 202 336 479
30 Ist Lt.Inf. K.G.L. 20 Ist Line. 2d 3d 4th 5th 8th Total British & ) King's German Legion. Hanoverians. Belgians. Brunswickers.
38,815 51 136 395 449|10| 744 2051
1874 1938 2000
2,960 4,136 3,000
68,221 51|136 395 449|10|1022 4059/13,363
• No official returns of the loss of the Brunswick troops have been exhibited, but it is conjectured to have been about the number stated above.
however, to to say, that of as fine an army as ever marched from the French frontier, composed of 150,000 veterans in the bighest state of discipline, fully equipped in all the munitions of war, and enthusiastically devoted to the chief who had so often led them to victory, scarcely 50,000 were collected after their flight from the Netherlands : thus 100,000 men must have been lost by the sword, captivity, or desertion. . Seven or eight thousand prisoners, including Count Lobau and General Cambrone, were taken by the Allies, together with the whole of their artillery, baggage, and ammunition-in short, every thing that was necessary to the equipment of an army:
The stupendous events of this memorable campaign of four days, have no parallel in the history of Europe, whether we consider the talents and bravery of the generals and troops on both sides, or the vitally important consequences to the civilized world with which they were connected. Never did two armies contend for a prize more valuablethe preservation of the peace of Europe, so lately
Rank and File.
K. W. M.
Officers. Prussian Loss dur.
ing the Cam. killed.) wd.
paign. Isi Corps.
38 200 2d
29 151 3d
16 107 4th
106 606 41 5664 15,744 | 10,071
Total loss of the Allied Ammy,