The generals de brigade are a Front Rank on the left and another Redoubt on the right, also to be replaced by a Perry figure in the future.
The 2e Division was led General Mermet. The numbers listed are the number of men fielded at the Battle of Fuentes de Oñoro in May 1811. Three quarters of the unit is comprised of Foundry figures. General Mermet's stand has a Front Rank figure representing the General and a Redoubt figure the ADC, it will be eventually replaced by Perry. The Redoubts are nasty little figures, but it is what I had at hand when I did the stand.
1e,2e,4e/25e Régiment Légere (1870 men), these are Foundry figures painted about 2 months ago well described in a previous post.
1e,2e,4e/27e Régiment de ligne (1810 men), painted about 3 years ago, it is good to see that you can improve your painting.
1e,2e,4e/59e Régiment de ligne (1600 men), ditto as the 27e.
1e,2e,4e/50e Regiment de ligne (1410 men). These are of course Victrix. Occasionally I buy painted figures and about 2/3 of this unit was done by Martin Evans. His whites are absolutely stunning as you can see below. My figures of course are the undifferentiated whites, but otherwise I feel they came out well. I still had problems getting the arms glued on straight.
Well it has been quite a long journey, almost 3 years when I decided to paint a corps each of British and French for this battle. I have 2 more French and 2 more British battalions to paint to complete the goal I had set for myself at the time. I will be happy to move on to some different armies, but I feel I have learned a lot about painting.