1200 26th August 1813
It is fortunate for the French that the allied commanders prefer to consolidate their recent victories, rather than pursue the retreating enemy.
All three commanders have taken their objectives, and have suffered casualties in the process. All are running low on supplies. It is not surprising that they opt to rest and resupply rather than undertake a risky pursuit.
This strategy has allowed the three French corps to break contact and retreat to the east.