Sharpe's Sword: Richard Sharpe and the Salamanca Campaign, June and July 1812 - Part One, Chapters 6 & 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part One, Chapters 6 & 7 Summary

Wellington wants to know if Sharpe will recognize Leroux, and Sharpe says that his entire Light Company will recognize Leroux. Wellington puts Sharpe and his men under the command of Major Hogan. British forces will assault the forts, and Sharpe's men will go along to identify and capture Leroux. As Hogan and Sharpe leave Wellington, Hogan tells Sharpe about the paper Sharpe took from Leroux. The paper is in Hogan's handwriting, and this means that someone among the British is working as a spy. Hogan says this person will be difficult to detect because in addition to the regular soldiers, many servants are employed. Hogan also tells Sharpe of the importance of El Mirador, and that El Mirador lives in Salamanca.

Jack Spears approaches Sharpe and Hogan and invites them to a picnic with Helena. Hogan readily accepts, but...

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