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Duhesme, were sent to reinforce Lobau. The two first numbered 4,000 men each — the last 2,000. So that Bulow's advance took off 24,000 men from the attack on Wellington, leaving but 44,000 for that service. Really it does appear that the Prussians must have helped some. In the meantime the attack on Wellington proceeded wWellington proceeded with great vigor, and a desperate struggle ensued. We need not attempt to describe it, for we have not space. Suffice it, that at half past 7, when Blucher arrived with 31,000 fresh troops and joined his left to Bulow's right, the English, according to their own account, were about to finish the French army without his help. Acc stationed on the Dyle, and thus prevented his crossing it and taking part in the battle. Second: Their 30,000, under Bulow, drew off 24,000 from the attack on Wellington. Thirdly: Their last 31,000, under Blucher, came directly upon the flank and rear of the French, and swept their whole line. Fourth: The English, in ten hours