British Order of Battle
Commander-in-chief: colonel James Murray
Summary: about 3,175 regulars in 10 battalions, 116 artillerymen, 78 rangers, 3 howitzers, 20 field-pieces
Dalling's light infantry
48th Webb's Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
15th Amherst's Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
58th Anstruther's Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
II./60th Royal American Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
43rd Kennedy's Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
47th Lascelle's Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
78th Fraser's Highlanders (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
28th Bragg's Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
Hazen's Rangers (1 coy of 78 men)
Volunteers (110 men) under major MacDonald
In reserve behind the centre
35th Otway's Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
III./60th Royal American Foot (1 bn with 2 field-guns)
Protecting the right and left flanks: Light Infantry and Provincial Rangers.
French Order of Battle
Commander-in-chief: François-Gaston chevalier de Lévis
Summary: 4,140 regulars, 2,751 militia, 270 Indians and 3 field-guns
Royal Roussillon brigade
II./Royal Roussillon (1 bn of about 325 regulars and 275 militia)
II./Guyenne (1 bn of about 340 regulars and 260 militia)
II./Berry (1 bn of about 380 regulars and 250 militia)
III./Berry (1 bn of about 380 regulars and 250 militia)
Compagnies Franches de la Marine brigade (2 bns totalling about 970 regulars and 240 militia)
La Sarre brigade
II./Béarn (1 bn of about 390 regulars and 220 militia)
II./La Sarre (1 bn of about 360 regulars and 230 militia)
en 2e ligne :
Indian Allies (270 men) on the extreme right wing
La Reine Brigade II./La Reine (1 bn of about 400 regulars and 220 militia)
II./Languedoc (1 bn of about 290 regulars and 280 militia)
Montréal militia (about 280 men)
Artillery: 3 field pieces under officers Louvricourt and Duverny.
Lévis also had 200 militia cavalry accompanying his army but they did not take part in the battle.
N.B.: All regular battalions had been reorganised during the winter 1759-60 and 3 companies of militia were now attached to each battalion. These mixed battalions were drilled to fight in 6 ranks.
N.B.: in his relation of the battle Lévis pretends that, because of the numerous detachments he had already, his army counted only 5,000 men when it deployed on the battlefield. He also mentions that the Indians did not take part into the action but rather retired into the woods. Finally, he indicates that among his 5,000 men, 1,400 (La Reine Brigade and his cavalry) did not take part in the battle.
autre source pour les nombres d'hommes :
La guerre, un massacre de gens qui ne se connaissent pas, au profit de gens qui se connaissent mais ne se massacrent pas. PaulV