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Royal Horse Artillery Attached Cavalry Corps
Lt-Col A. Macdonald

These RHA Troops were normally under command of, and attached to, the cavalry brigades.
With the exception of 'E' Troop, this did not happen at Waterloo where these Troops fought as guns of position away from their brigades and were controlled by senior artillery commanders.

6 x troops (1,020 men )
15 x 6-pounders, 10 x 9-pounders, 10 x 5.5- inch howitzers, 1 x rocket section
total 35 guns/howitzers.


'I' Troop RHA
Maj. R. Bull (w)
6 x 5.5-in. howitzers, 180 men


'F' Troop RHA
Lt-Col Webber Smith
5 x 6-pdrs 1 x 5.5-in. howitzer, 107 men


'G' Troop RHA
Capt. A. Mercer
5 x 9-pdrs, 1 x 5.5-in. howitzer, 192 men


'H' Troop RHA
Maj. W.N. Ramsey (k)
5 x 9-pdrs, 1 x 5.5-in. howitzer, 180 men


2nd Rocket Troop
Capt. E.C. Whinyates (w)
5 x 6-pdrs, 1 x rocket section, 181 men

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