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List of Officers of the Royal Regiment of Artillery from the Year 1716 to the Year 1899
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To ensure a quality reading experience, this work has been proofread and republished using a format that seamlessly blends the original graphical elements with text in an easy-to-read typeface. Major Robert Macpherson Cairnes was an artillery officer during the wars against Napoleon, mostly serving in the Peninsular War, and was killed in the thick of the Battle of Waterloo.
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It all suggests that his was a life cut short by the deadly vagaries of his profession. Cairnes was credited with greatly improving the organisation of the Field Artillery, which ultimately led to the abolition of the Drivers Corps in In reports published immediately after Waterloo his name and achievements were among the first to be hailed.
The Gentleman's Magazine wrote: "In the list of Heroes who fell gloriously in the hour of victory, on the 18th inst at Waterloo. Cairnes, of the Royal Horse Artillery, may stand among the foremost. Cairnes came from a Scottish family that had been part of the Plantation of Ulster in the early 17th century. In his widowed mother married William Cuppage an artillery captain, who rose to be a Lieutenant-General.