APA Citation

Whitmore, J. H. (1809). A general system of British tactics and military arrangement: According to the present practice of the British army, and in strict conformity to his Majesty's regulations and orders, with observations on the practice of light infantry, field fortification, and the petit guerre. London: Printed for T. Egerton.

Chicago Style Citation

Whitmore, J. H. A General System of British Tactics and Military Arrangement: According to the Present Practice of the British Army, and in Strict Conformity to His Majesty's Regulations and Orders, With Observations On the Practice of Light Infantry, Field Fortification, and the Petit Guerre. London: Printed for T. Egerton, 1809.

MLA Citation

Whitmore, J. H. A General System of British Tactics and Military Arrangement: According to the Present Practice of the British Army, and in Strict Conformity to His Majesty's Regulations and Orders, With Observations On the Practice of Light Infantry, Field Fortification, and the Petit Guerre. London: Printed for T. Egerton, 1809.

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