In response to Kaiser Conti's excellent work; After you Messieurs: [link]
Kaiser Conti drew the French, I've drawn the English. I can't promise it's very accurate as I didn't have much by way of reference, but I hope you like it!
"On obtaining the summit of the ridge the Allied (British-Hanoverian) column found itself facing the first line of French infantry. The French and Swiss guards, together with the regiments of Aubeterre and Courten, rose and advanced towards the crest, whereupon the two forces confronted each other at a distance of 30 paces (...) The English officers saluted the French by doffing their hats. the French, returned the greeting. My Lord Charles Hai, captain in the English Guards cried, 'Gentlemen of the French Guards, fire !' The Comte d'Auteroche, then lieutenant of Grenadiers in the French Guards, shouted, 'Gentlemen, we never fire first, fire yourselves! "