APPENDIX A ORDER OF BATTLE
|British Army: Lt. Gen. Charles, 2nd Earl Cornwallis, 1,900–2,200 men|
|The Brigade of Guards: Brig. Gen. Charles O'Hara, 481 men|
|1st Battalion: Lt. Col. Chapple Norton, 160–80 men|
|2nd Battalion: Lt. Col. James Stuart, 160–80 men|
|Guards Light Infantry Company: Capt. John Goodricke, 70–90 men|
|Guards Grenadier Company: Capt. William Home, 70–90 men|
|Webster's Brigade: Lt. Col. James Webster, 472 men|
|23rd Foot: Capt. Thomas Peter, 238 men|
|33rd Foot: Capt. Frederick Cornwallis, 234 men|
|Leslie's Brigade: Maj. Gen. Alexander Leslie, 565 men|
|2nd Battalion, 71st Foot: Capt. Robert Hutcheson, 244 men|
|Von Bose Regiment: Maj. Johann Du Buy, 321 men|
|Auxiliary Troops, 356 men|
|British Legion: Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton, 272 men|
|Jaeger Company: Capt. Wilhelm Friedrich von Roeder, 84 men|
|Royal Artillery, 45–50 men|
|1st Section: Lt. John McLeod, 18–20 men, 2 six-pounder cannon|
|2nd Section: Lt. Augustus O'Hara, 18–20 men, 2 six-pounder cannon|
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Book title: Long, Obstinate, and Bloody: The Battle of Guilford Courthouse.
Contributors: Lawrence E. Babits - Author, Joshua B. Howard - Author.
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press.
Place of publication: Chapel Hill, NC.
Publication year: 2009.
Page number: 219.
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