After initial deployment the situation in Spain and Portugal looked like this:
The purple units are Spanish Guerrillas that M. Bessières is as yet unaware of. Pennant symbols indicate staff and ADCs moving independently of troops.
The groups of 13 cavalry are the result of M. Bessières’ standing order that messages shall not be sent without an escort of at least 12 men.
Duhesme was in trouble. His move on Saragossa was not going well. Following the incident at Molino del Rey, General Schwartz was now faced with a large force of Militia blocking his entrance to Manresa.
The black square with a red flaming grenade indicates enemy forces in contact, i.e. within the same 10 mile square.
Blake had deployed troops to guard the river Mondego between Almeida and Coimbra in the south. He also began to move forces eastwards towards Villafranca.
Unlabelled pennant icons are messengers carrying orders. The red symbols are British forces arriving from Cork.
Junot held southern Portugal while his erstwhile Spanish allies held the north.
Castaños had three strong bases in Andalusia and numerous cavalry patrols out searching for the enemy.
Dupont began to move south from Madrid