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An invaluable first-hand account of a British officer who served under both Moore and Wellington against Napoleon’s invading French forces in the Iberian peninsula.
Andrew Leith Hay joined the army as an ensign in the 72nd Foot and but went to the peninsula as an aide-de-camp to his uncle, General Sir James Leith. He spent a considerable period gathering intelligence and communicating with other commanders in the British, Portuguese and Spanish armies. Along his travels, Leith Hay made sketches of the terrain through which he passed and, in 1831, incorporated these into this a two-volume account of his Peninsular War experiences.
This 4th edition, originally published in 1850, comprises both volumes in one book.