Typical. Duck and run when you can't provide a reference for one of your claims, although you are quick enough to demand that everyone else provide a reference that meets your standards.
At least the Inglis quote is better than your amazing lack of any source.
Not once has any reference that I've provided, or by anyone else that I can recall, managed to pass muster with Kevin. It's entirely useless to even try, so, generally I don't. In Napoleonic history, there are so many variable sources it would be possible to "prove," by reference alone, darn near anything. The pro-N writers have been at it for 200 years. He constantly decries cherry-picking references by others and then turns around and cherry-picks his own. It's a silly game that I'm not willing to play.