It would help to watch these videos on the logistics of the Napoleonic Wars
My feeling on coming back to these pictures today, is the one with the covered wagon, which is considerably earlier than the other according to their descriptions, was more likely to have been what the artist saw in the field and the later one with every character/animal/uniform/landscape infrastructure (the log bridge moving though 90 degrees and being put under a cart not a little footbridge in the foreground) etc changed but retaining the same layout suggests the latter is a propaganda piece produced to fit whatever the Napoleon narrative was in 1838.View attachment 21518 View attachment 21519
So, Adam did two versions of the same scene? There's a dead horse in one, and it's gone in the other. Probably got eaten. But the same goat-leading guy is there, walking opposite to everyone else. Taking food toward the back of the line?