This translation of Rocca's memoirs was published by Constable & Co, Edinburgh, in 1831. It was contained in Volume 27 of "Constable's Miscellany", "Memorials of the Late War, volume II". The Miscellany appears to have been a popular collection of classic works. The book is owned by Fisher Library and has the call number 940.8/MEM.
- CHAPTER I.
- Comparison between the Military state of the Germans and Spaniards - Ease of retaining conquests among the former - Difficulty among the latter - Departure from Germany - Journey through France - Arrival in Spain - Position of the Forces in the Peninsula
- CHAPTER II.
- Entry into Burgos - Lerma - Aranda - Quarters in a deserted Spanish town - Almazan - Agrida - Ignorance of the Spaniards in military tactics - Devotion to their country
- CHAPTER III.
- Adventure in a Spanish village - Surrender of Madrid - Entry into the capital
- CHAPTER IV.
- Journey to Toledo - English armies - Retreat of Sir John Moore, and the Battle of Corunna - Defeat of the Spaniards at Ucles - Don Quixote and La Mancha
- CHAPTER V.
- Battle of Medellin - Retreat of Marshal Soult - King Joseph
- CHAPTER VI.
- Battle of Talavera - Mina - Marquis de Porliere and the Guerillas - A chase among the mountains
- CHAPTER VII.
- Andalusia - Memorials of Eastern customs, &c. - Moron - Riotous disposition of its Inhabitants - Olbera - Narrow escape there - Arrival at Ronda
- CHAPTER VIII.
- The Serranos - Retreat from Ronda to Campillos - Fight with the Mountaineers - Return to Ronda - Unfortunate excursion - Dreadful misfortune - A sick-bed - Return to France
- CHAPTER IX.
- Campaign in Portugal
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