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Orders of Battle for Bussaco
September 27, 1810


Anglo-Portuguese Army - Wellington

Army Cavalry*
Brigade DeGrey - 1 base (3rd Dragoon Guards)
Brigade Slade - 2 bases (1st Dragoons)
Brigade Anson - 2 bases (16th Light dragoons, 1 KGL Hussars)
Brigade Fane - 3 bases (1st, 4th & 10th Portuguese)

Army Artillery (all medium)
1 Royal Horse, 2 Royal Foot, 1 KGL, 3 Portuguese Foot

1st Infantry Division - Spencer
Brigade Stopford - 3 bases Elite (Coldstream & Scots Guards)
Brigade Blantyre - 3 bases Veteran (24th, 42nd, 61st)
Brigade Lowe - 4 bases (1st, 2nd, 5th KGL)
Brigade Pakenham - 3 bases (7th & 79th)

2nd Infantry Division - Hill
Brigade Stewart - 4 bases (3rd, 48th, 66th)
Brigade Inglis - 3 bases (29th, 48th, 57th)
Brigade Craufurd - 3 bases (28th, 34th, 39th)
Brigade Archibald - 4 bases (4th & 10th Portuguese line)
Brigade Fonseca - 5 bases (2nd & 14th Portuguese line)

3rd Infantry Division - Picton
Brigade Mackinnon - 3 bases (45th, 74th, 88th)
Brigade Lightburne - 2 bases (5th, 83rd)
Brigade Champlemond - 3 bases (9th & 21st Portuguese line)

4th Infantry Division - Cole
Brigade Campbell - 4 bases (7th, 11th, 53rd)
Brigade Kemmis - 4 bases (27th, 40th, 97th)
Brigade Collins - 5 bases (11th & 23rd Portuguese line)

5th Infantry Division - Leith
Brigade Barne - 3 bases (1st, 9th, 38th)
Brigade Spry - 5 bases (3rd & 15th Portuguese line)
Brigade Eben - 3 bases (Lusitanian Legion)
8th line - 2 bases

Light Division - Craufurd
Brigade Beckwith - 3 veteran bases (1 base each 43rd light, 95th light & 3rd Cacadores)
Brigade Barclay - 3 veteran bases (1 base each 52nd light, 95th light & 1st Cacadores)

Portuguese Division* - Lecor
Brigade Bradford - 4 bases
Militia Brigade - 4 bases Militia
Cacadores - 1 base

Portuguese Army Brigades
Brigade Pack - 5 bases (1st & 16th Portuguese line)
Brigade Campbell - 6 bases (6th & 18th Portuguese line)
Brigade Coleman - 4 bases (7th & 19th Portuguese line)


* - In the vicinity of Bussaco.




Army of Portugal - Massena


Army Cavalry - Montbrun
Brigade Lorcet - 3 bases (3rd, 6th Dragoons)
Brigade Gardanne - 3 bases (13th, 25th Dragoons)
1 battery light horse


2nd Corps - Reynier

Corps Cavalry
Brigade Soult - 2 bases (22nd Chasseurs, Hanoverian Chasseurs)

Corps artillery - Tirlet
2 batteries medium foot artillery, 1 battery light foot artillery

1st Division - Merle
2nd light - 4 bases
36th line - 4 bases
4th light - 4 bases

2nd Division - Heudelet
17th light - 3 bases
70th line - 4 bases
31st light - 3 bases
47th line - 4 bases


6th Corps - Ney

Corps Cavalry
Brigade Lamotte - 3 bases (3rd Hussars, 15th Chasseurs)

Corps Artillery - Charbonnel
1 battery heavy foot artillery, 2 batteries medium foot artillery

1st Division - Marchand
6th light - 3 bases
69th line - 3 bases
39th line - 3 bases
76th line - 3 bases

2nd Division - Mermet
25th light - 3 bases
27th line - 3 bases
50th line - 4 bases
59th line - 4 bases

3rd Division - Loison
Brigade Hermaun - 3 bases (Legion du Midi, Hanoverian Legion)
26th line - 3 bases
66th line - 3 bases
82nd line - 3 bases


8th Corps - Junot

Corps Cavalry
Brigade St. Croix - 3 bases (1st, 2nd, 14th Dragoons)

Corps Artillery - Fouchet
2 batteries medium foot artillery, 1 battery light foot artillery

1st Division - Clausel
Brigade Menard - 4 bases (19th, 25th, 28th, 34th line)
Brigade Taupin - 4 bases (15th light, 46th & 76th line)
22nd line - 4 bases

2nd Division - Solignac
15th line - 2 bases
86th line - 2 bases
65th line - 5 bases
Irish Regiment - 2 bases
Prussian Regiment - 2 bases

 
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