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  • that Hardinge had reached the highest standard of competence with the French language possible at the Royal Military College. Again, these l …

  • at the Battle of Barossa/03 Studied in the Senior Department of the RMC 1812-1814/04 Lieutenant and Captain 10/6/1813 (vice De Courcy deceas …

  • Captain of a Company 20/6/1809 (vice Edward Keane exchanged), 23’” Foot.336 Brevet Major 12/4/1814.337 Later awarded the Military General Se …

  • (vice Hall retired), I“ Battalion 43’” F oot.346 Admitted to the Senior Department of the RMC April 1813.347 Left the RMC due to ill health …

  • effective to gain the enthusiastic commendation of the Quartermaster General, Sir William De Lancey. Indeed, it goes without saying that had …

  • to Brevet Colonel in 1821 and in 1823 was made Clerk of the Ordnance. Hardinge again served as MP for Durham in 1826. He retired from his re …

  • squares. The skirmishers however, managed to kill or wound a number of British officers including Fitzgerald.374 Two years after Waterloo Fit …

  • infantry battalions of the 3rd Division into oblong formations (still referred to as ‘squares’ although actually rectangular in shape) in a …

  • Third son of Reverend Henry Hardinge. Gentleman, Ensign without purchase 23/7/1799 (vice McGill promoted), Queen ’s Rangers (Upper Canada).4 …

  • Bibliography Unpublished Material War 0fi‘ice: Royal Military College Sandhurst: Correspondence and Letter Books; Reference W0 152. These rec …

  • +These regiments were not part of Wellington’s army during the Waterloo campaign. iGentleman cadets from families who were members of the ar …

  • Glover, G, Waterloo: The Defeat of Napoleon ’s Imperial Guard, Frontline Books 2015. Glover, R, Peninsular preparation: The reform of the Br …

  • Bamford, A, Triumphs and Disasters: Eyewitness Accounts of the Netherlands Campaigns 1813-1814, Frontline Books 2016. Barrett, C R B, The 7* …

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  • Appendix 2‘75 HONOURS AWARDED FOR THEIR SERVICES IN THE WATERLOO CAMPAIGN TO STAFF OFFICERS WHO HAD ATTENDED THE ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE Brev …

  • Appendix 1 Table A Distribution of former students and gentlemen cadets of the Royal Military College who served in Wellington’s army during …

  • Lieutenant Colonel Sir Henry Hardinge,“ lSt Foot Guards (2'1d Battalion), Liaison Officer Prussian Army (Student Officer Senior Department 180 …

  • duties had to have the complete trust and confidence of their General and it is interesting to note that Wellington himself selected two RMC- …

  • Both departments taught French and German including the study of military authors such as Frederick the Great. Both departments also taught …