Tomkinson was with the 16th (Queen's) lancers and often seconded to intelligence officer Edward Cocks. Injured and shipped home in 1809, once he returns he's with the army through Waterloo. Great maps and detail of military action; he did not like all the officers and can explain why some battle decisions were bad. Not one to talk about his feelings, though, and while he's careful to say where they were on what day there's not so much as I would wish about non-fighting life on the campaign. Wish he would have expanded on some of the parenthetical "circumstances" he glosses over: "(Circumstance of major Archer and some officers of the 16th sleeping in a room at the Quinta de Torre with a dead Frenchman.)," for one.
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