"Lord Hardinge, commander-in-chief of the entire army"

 Field Marshal Henry Hardinge, 1st Viscount Hardinge (1785-1856), succeeded the Duke of Wellington as commander-in-chief of the British army. He was appointed in 1852. Previously he served as governor-general of India, as Member of Parliament for Durham, and as a minister in Robert Peel's cabinet.

In 1815 he lost his left hand at the Battle of Ligny, and was consequently prevented from taking part in the Battle of Waterloo.