駀icient.By ten o’clock, thinks Shaw Kennedy,● “it is difficult to understand how any f▓ear for the Hal road218 could ●have existed.” None the

less he left ten thou●sand men, under the Prince of Orange, not only▓ unemployed, but likely to remain unemployed.● There, unfortunately for

t▓hem, were left a brigade of Du▓tch Belgians and one of Colvile’s Di●vision, that of Johnston, comprisi●ng the 35th, 54th, 59th, and 91st Regiment●

s. Whether Wellington ever rode ▓to Wavre to personally arrang▓e with Blucher as to

his co-operation● or not, is one of those thin▓gs which cannot be proved.That it w▓as quit

e possible, that the distance● apart of the two Allied armies was such▓ that it could be e

asily done, th▓at Wellington, not unnatural

ly anxious, might h●ave thought of it

, all might have been.But ▓it is not proved, any more th●an the myth

that later on he ●hoped that “night or Blucher migh▓t come.” To accept the first pa

rt of the▓ wish as true would mean that the retreat ▓of a beaten or at least shaken army thr▓ough a forest at night was a matter o?/p>

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