|The village in the centre is the objective for each side: the Anglo-Hanoverians will approach from the north (top), the Franco-Jacobites from the south (bottom)
|The Anglo-Hanoverian cavalry advances to take the village and threaten south, whilst the infantry marches up behind.
|The Franco-Jacobites mirror the Anglo-Hanoverian moves
|The Anglo-Hanoverian Foot occupy the village whilst the Anglo-Hanoverian cavalry reform to face their Jacobite counterparts
|The French skirmishers trade fire with the Scots of Leven's regiment ensconsed in the village, but are worsted
|The Jacobite Cavalry charges home!
|Meanwhile, the Franco-Jacobite infantry try to develop the attack to the Right
|Anothr view: note that the Anglo-Hanoverians have managed to get some artillery up in support of their Horse to the left of the town
|The Jacobite cavalry is defeated, its regiments being variously repulsed and routed!
|The Jacobite Irish skirmishers are in flight after suffering heavy casualties also; they did take a few of the Scots down too (note the casualties inside the town)
|The victorious Anglo-Hanoverian cavalry charge the remnants of the Jacobite cavalry and rout them too!
|Fitzjames' Regiment riding hard for the rear; meanwhile the Jacobite Irish Brigade is attempting to extend its line to firm up the left flank
|The battle has not gone well gor the Franco-Jacobites thus far, with their left flank routed, their central assault repulsed and their right flank not yet in action; the only ray of sunshine is that the British Left has barely formed up yet
|The Irish brigade seems to be getting the upper hand in the musketry exchange around the town
|The Anglo-Hanoverian's in the centre refuse their Right, so Lord Orkney's regiment pivots to protect against flank attack
|The Irish Brigade make the same move to protect their Left from the roving British cavalry (left) whilst the second French brigade (right) develops its attack
|Eventually the awkwardness of the Franco-Jacobite tells and it starts to suffer from the combination of musketry and artillery
|It is getting the worst of the musketry fight on the flank too, despite its numerical advantage
|The Scottish infantry retire to allow the British cavalry to charge home...
|Whilst Lord Orkney's men make an impudent charge on foot against superior numbers too!
|Some of the Jacobite Irish, disordered by heavy casualties, cannot withstand the cavalry charge, although one regiment heroically fights off its attackers(!)
|Meanwhile, Orkney's Regiment has routed the Royal Ecossais!
|The Jacobite Scots have had enough for one day...
|But the flight of these two battalions discourages the others...
|Who join them in a general sauve qui peut...
|The position at the end of the battle