APA (7th ed.) Citation

Cidevant cavalry officer. (1833). Army reform: A practical method of reducing the army estimates a million, without diminution of its numerical force : exhibiting the sinecures and pluralities held by general officers, abolition of flogging : together with an insight into the patronage, privileges, and allowances, bestowed on the household troops. Printed for J. Rodwell.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Cidevant cavalry officer. Army Reform: A Practical Method of Reducing the Army Estimates a Million, Without Diminution of Its Numerical Force : Exhibiting the Sinecures and Pluralities Held by General Officers, Abolition of Flogging : Together with an Insight into the Patronage, Privileges, and Allowances, Bestowed on the Household Troops. London: Printed for J. Rodwell, 1833.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Cidevant cavalry officer. Army Reform: A Practical Method of Reducing the Army Estimates a Million, Without Diminution of Its Numerical Force : Exhibiting the Sinecures and Pluralities Held by General Officers, Abolition of Flogging : Together with an Insight into the Patronage, Privileges, and Allowances, Bestowed on the Household Troops. Printed for J. Rodwell, 1833.


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