Fraser, Major: In command of newly formed "chasseurs", 339 n.4
Fraser's chasseurs (they were not called jaegers) had been newly raised from volunteers from the British infantry regiments,
including the Guards. Another drain on the resources of the battalions which had to supply them.
This was a strong detachment of light troops, including Fraser's chasseurs, which had been sent to keep in touch between the Erbprinz and Granby.
Granby in two columns:
Column A: 15th Light Dragoons, Bauer's hussars, Beckwith's brigade and Fraser's chasseurs.
.On his left, at Alsfeld, was Cavendish with his four battalions of jaegers (including Fraser's chasseurs) and eleven squadrons
Luckner had under his command Cavendish's jaegers (four battalions including Fraser's chasseurs)
Cavendish, Lord Frederick :
Lord Frederick Cavendish was allotted this task with his four battalions of jaegers,
The Chasseurs (or jaegers) of the army, under command of Cavendish. They had been raised from volunteers from the infantry;
each battalion on a "national" basis, i.e. one British (Fraser's chasseurs), one Hanoverian, one Hessian, and one Brunswick.
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