|My three brigades deployed, Brits on each flank, with my Brunwickers holding the centre, my Highlander left flank prepares to advance & engage Glenns wetphalians awating at the bottom of the hill.|
|Glenn advances with his second brigade towards the high ground on the right with orders to secure it. No British are in sight at this time. His artillery advances with them. The wood blocking his view of the brunswickers in the centre.|
|Glenns first brigade awaits the advance of my Highlanders on the left, he uses his first brigade artillery to engage my Brunswick battery in the centre. He then swings this to support the right as my Jocks advance into range.|
|My British on the right also advance towards the high ground and encounters Glenns Brigade as they clear the ridge. Both meet at close range, Glenns limbered battery clears the ridge to find a British column waiting for it.|
|Glenns single cavary brigade moves into the centre to support the left. My Brunswick battery spots this and swings the guns around a little to counter the threat.|
Brigade 1 = 3 x Infantry (36 Figs, 2nd Line), 3 Gun Btty (3/4pdrs, Line) & 10 x Line Skirmishers.
Brigade 2 = 4 x Infantry (36 Figs, 2nd Line), 3 Gun Btty (3/4 pdrs, Line) & 10 x Line Skirmishers.
Brigade 3 = 16 x Heavy Cavalry (Dragoons, Line)
My Force were mostly line and consisted of
Brigade 1 = 2 x Highland Infantry (40 Figs, Line), 1 x British Inf (30 Figs, Line).
Brigade 2 = 2 x Brunswick Infantry (30 Figs, 2nd Line), 4 Gun Btty (6pdrs)
Brigade 3 = 3 x British infantry (2 x 30 Figs & 1 x 40 Figs, Line).
Rule set "General de Brigade"