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And my compliments to Colonel Wallace, the General went on, 'and his sepoy battalions are to move northwards, but are not to engage the enemy until I reach them. Go He waved Barclay away, then twisted in his saddle.

Who's that? The General pointed eastwards to where one single cavalry unit had been left out of the charge that had rescued the 74th, presumably in case the dragoons had galloped into disaster and needed a rescue.

And my compliments to Colonel Wallace, the General went on, 'and his sepoy battalions are to move northwards, but are not to engage the enemy until I reach them. Go He waved Barclay away, then twisted in his saddle.

The Major gaped at the guns with their crowd of attendant cavalry.

The Rajah's troops, surely .. he began to protest.

My compliments to Colonel Harness, and ask him to retake the guns with his Highlanders. The rest of his brigade will stay where they are to keep the cavalry at bay. The General was referring to the mass of cavalry that still threatened from the west, none of which had yet entered the battle.

Can you reach Colonel Harness?

Sir? The aide spurred forward.

The Major gaped at the guns with their crowd of attendant cavalry.

Out, Monsieur.

Fetch them. Quick now The General drew his sword as Campbell galloped away.Well, gentlemen, he said to his remaining aides, 'time to earn our keep, I think. Harness can drive the wretches away from the southernmost guns, but we shall have to take care of the nearer ones.

Is your wife in the village?

The remaining infantry of the Mahratta line were pulling back, taking their guns with them, but the artillery which had stood in front of the enemy's defeated right wing, the same guns that had been overrun by the red-coated infantry, were now coming alive again. The weapons had been turned and were crashing back on their trails and jetting smoke from their muzzles, and behind the guns was a mass of enemy cavalry ready to protect the gunners who were flaying the five battalions that had defeated the enemy infantry.

Then now's your chance to impress her, Monsewer Go and protect her. And make sure the damn ford isn't captured or clogged up with fugitives.

The mass of the Mahratta horsemen who had been waiting for the 74th's square to collapse, now fled northwards and the British cavalry, having hacked the best part of an enemy infantry regiment into ruin, pursued them. The cavalry's good order was gone now, for the blue coated troopers were spurring their horses to chase their broken enemy across country. Men whooped like fox hunters, closed on their quarry, slashed with sabre, then spurred on to the next victim. The Mahratta horsemen were not even checked by the River Juah, but just plunged in and spurred their horses through the water and up the northern bank. The British and Indian cavalry followed so that the pursuit vanished in the north. The 74th, who had fought so hard to stay alive, now marched out of range of the cannon by the village and Wellesley, who had smelt disaster just a few minutes before, breathed a great sigh of relief.

What the devil? Wellesley said, turning to see what the gunfire meant.

Who's that? The General pointed eastwards to where one single cavalry unit had been left out of the charge that had rescued the 74th, presumably in case the dragoons had galloped into disaster and needed a rescue.

The Rajah of Berar's troops are useless Dodd snapped.

Yes, sir, he said nervously.

I told them to stay clear of the village, did I not? he demanded of his aides, but before anyone could answer, new cannon fire sounded from the south.

Barclay? Wellesley called.

Can you reach Colonel Harness?

Yes, sir, he said nervously.

Who's that? The General pointed eastwards to where one single cavalry unit had been left out of the charge that had rescued the 74th, presumably in case the dragoons had galloped into disaster and needed a rescue.

Wellesley had ridden north to investigate the furious fighting that had erupted close to the village of Assaye. He rode with a half-dozen aides and with Sharpe trailing behind on the last of the General's horses, the roan mare. It was a furious ride, for the area east of the infantry was infested with Mahratta horsemen, but the General had faith in the size and speed of his big English and Irish horses and the enemy was easily out galloped Wellesley came within sight of the beleaguered 74th just as the dragoons crashed in on their besiegers from the south.

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