NOTES

INTRODUCTION

 1 Philip Howes The Catalytic Wars 1998 passim

 2 Gronow Reminiscences 47

 3 Tomkinson Diary 305

 4 Kennedy Notes 173

THE CAMPAIGN

 1 Bryant Elegance 220

 2 Fletcher Desperate 21

 3 Ibid.

 4 Hibbert Waterloo 14–1

 5 The revisionist works of Peter Hofschröer are important on this subject

 6 Herold Waterloo 67

 7 Chandler Campaigns 1034–42

 8 Fraser Ball 11–14

 9 Ibid. 20–30

10 For an alternative (and much less sympathetic) view of Wellington’s troop movements, see Peter Hofschröer’s oeuvre. For a refutation of some of Hofschröer’s allegations see Weiler Wellington 181–7

11 Fraser Ball 3

12 Chandler Campaigns 1043

13 Bryant Elegance 221

14 O’Neil Adventures 228

15 Weller Waterloo 183

16 Bryant Elegance 223

17 For an explanation of these remarks see Roberts Napoleon passim

THE FIRST PHASE

 1 Cotton Voice 37

 2 Gronow Reminiscences 42

 3 Cotton Voice 37

 4 Roberts Napoleon 159–60

 5 Cotton Voice 51

 6 Uffindell and Corum Waterloo 35

 7 Gronow Reminiscences 43

THE SECOND PHASE

 1 Herold Waterloo 124

 2 Urban Rifles 268–09

 3 Ibid.

 4 Hibbert Waterloo 206–7

 5 Bryant Elegance 224 n2

 6 Cotton Voice 58

 7 Tomkinson Diary 303–4

THE THIRD PHASE

 1 Keegan Face 126

 2 Smith Charge 233

 3 Kennedy Notes 115–16

 4 Smith Charge 117

 5 Becke Waterloo II 84

 6 O’Neil Adventures 232

 7 Gronow Reminiscences 46

 8 Becke Waterloo II 85

 9 Longford Sword 568

10 Howarth Near Run 143

11 Gronow Reminiscences 45

12 Ibid. 46

13 Becke Waterloo II 98–9

14 Kennedy Notes 100

15 Tomkinson Diary 308

THE FOURTH PHASE

 1 Becke Waterloo II 102–3

 2 O’Neil Adventures 234

 3 Howarth Near Run 155

 4 Urban Rifles 272

 5 O’Neil Adventures 234

 6 Kennedy Notes 128–9

 7 Gronow Reminiscences 45

THE FIFTH PHASE

 1 Becke Waterloo II 114–15

 2 Hibbert Waterloo 227

 3 Fraser Ball 50

 4 Becke Waterloo II 119

 5 Gronow Reminiscences 47

 6 Uffindell and Corum Waterloo 41

 7 Gronow Reminiscences 48

 8 Sabine Letters 553

 9 Cotton Vince 138

10 Gronow Reminiscences 52

CONCLUSION

 1 Ropes Campaign 87 and 106, Weiler Waterloo 183, Fletcher Desperate 46–8, Hofschröer Waterloo passim

 2 Weiler Waterloo 201

 3 Ibid. 183–4

 4 Roberts Napoleon passim

 5 Ropes Campaign 120–4, Weiler Waterloo 190–1

 6 Becke Waterloo I 229

 7 Ibid. I 44–5, II 20

 8 Weller Waterloo 194

 9 Chesney Campaign 192, Weller Waterloo 196

10 Cotton Voice 138

11 O’Neil Adventures 252

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