- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on the contributors
- 1 The Eighteenth-Century British Army as a European Institution
- 2 Soldiering Abroad
- 3 Effectiveness and the British Officer Corps, 1793–1815
- 4 Stamford Standoff
- 5 ‘The Soldiers Murmured Much on Account of this Usage’
- 6 Discipline and Control in Eighteenth-Century Gibraltar
- 7 Conflicts of Conduct
- 8 Scarlet Fever
- 9 Disability, Fraud and Medical Experience at the Royal Hospital of Chelsea in the Long Eighteenth Century
- 10 Making New Soldiers
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