On Saturday, the captain was in command of a combined formation of grenadiers consisting of the 35th, 42nd, and 84th Highlanders under the very capable control of Sgt. McGivers of the 42nd. We fielded a formation of about 16 muskets and were part of Colonel Grenier's 1st Battalion along with the Guards, 17th Regiment, and Light Infantry. The campsite was excellently placed with convenient parking and ready access to water and Port-a-Pots. The weather held up well, being dry and warm, but not stifling as Monmouth usually is. In action, the grenadiers performed well, making the left wing of the British army. We were staged in the fields behind the stream that cuts across the "amphitheater", marched across the narrow bridge, and made contact with the enemy. Rapid deployments in echelon to the left caught the rebel flank. Several good volleys made the push, allowing more reinforcements to pile in and join with 2nd Battalion to our right. By pushing the rebel flank and pouring on fire, we gained the rising terrain and took the heights with a bayonet charge. The grenadiers made a fine and cohesive team and we look forward to working with the highlanders again! Glory and success to His Majesty's arms!