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The French armies of Napoleon never scored so heavily off Wellington's army in the Peninsula. Forty years passed and at Bussaco and elsewhere the British were up against an army that believed in covering its front with a mass of tirailleurs. But, learning as much from the experience of America as from the Duke of York's campaigns in Flanders, they could protect themselves effectively from the French voltigeur with a musket that was no better than the Brown Bess. Up against the militia of the east coast towns the English light infantryman could hold his own: up against the Continental line, redcoat or Hessian could blast off his volleys with confidence.
Moultrie's left was assailed by Lieutenant William Calderwood and 40 men of the 16th Foot who 'behaved with great intrepidity'. Moultrie with his superior numbers managed to check them, however, because he was able to extend and prevent their outflanking him. Things must have seemed to the American general to be going well. The British were having great difficulty crossing the broken ground and the felled trees. The American guns, firing grape and roundshot, were making good practice and the single British gun had ceased fire after its first round.
MICHAEL ROFFE E F MICHAEL ROFFE MICHAEL ROFFE G H MICHAEL ROFFE Artillery Cavalry pistols of the Continental Army: from top to bottom, American-made pistol with brass mounts; two Committee of Safety models; Rappahanock Forge pistol At Hobkirk's Hill, Washington's Troop made an attack, sweeping round to fall on Rawdon's rear, but was held up by thick undergrowth and fallen trees. Swinging too wide to clear these, they rounded up some British stragglers. Later they were able to put in a charge and save Greene's guns from capture.