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Nassau Contingent in Hill's corps, 1815

After Waterloo parts of the Allied army were restructured, such as the creation of the 4th Netherlands Division (1st and 2nd Nassau Regiments), which was attached to Hill's army corps. Although still remaining under the control of the Netherlands field army, the odd thing is, that apart from a handful of notices from their army field HQ nothing else is communicated with this 4th Division. So is it possible that we can only find these in notices from the wardiaries and orderbooks of Hill's army corps? If these still exist? Who can assist me here.

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