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Quatre-Bras

Quatre-Bras, a village in Belgium, 10 miles S.E. of Waterloo, at the point where the roads from Brussels to Charleroi and Nivelles to Namur intersect. Here, on June 16, 1815, the allied forces under the Duke of Brunswick, the Prince of Orange, and Sir Thomas Picton met the French under Ney in an obstinate conflict.