Well, I finally managed to catch the British off guard in my Europe campaign and bypassed the Royal Navy. I landed 2 stacks on Britain made of mostly elite units (Old Guard, Young Guard, Guard Seamen, Grenadiers a Cheval, etc.) It was La Grande Armee in all it's regal glory. Of course, even with Wellington in the way, my armies had no tough time capturing London. Everything was going according to plan. I got old Nappy up to Scotland and Ney over to Wales. It was just fantastic. The Brits had been causing me trouble all too long. I needed to wait to deal with them before I could march on Vienna or Berlin. So, it was amazing. I managed to get Napoleon back to France, but here begins the problem. Nelson was hot on my heels and caught up with my navy (in all it's very small glory). Of course, the Royal Navy had managed to capture the Spanish Santissima Trinidad and had several heavy ships (122 gunners, 106 gunners, etc.) and they pummeled and I mean absolutely steamrolled (literally, steam ships) my navy. Ney was stranded in Britain and my war machine needed to recover a bit. The next turn, I raised taxes to fund a new navy. Here's the primary problem that this article is about, the Brits just won't stop rebelling. Every rebellion spawns 2 and a half stacks (precisely 2 and a half) of British rebels. With Ney's relatively fresh force, I marched on the 3 armies and faced them all at once. I had some problems. I positioned my main line of fusiliers and skirmishers in the front and placed my Guard in the rear reserve line. The first army advanced at me and after about 10 minutes of skirmishing and some cavalry charges to keep them off my flanks, I had only made a dent in the first army. You see, they were proceeding more cautiously then I would have liked and then out of the blue, like Blucher arriving in Waterloo, the other army came up from my rear. I had no choice but to commit my Guard and then the enemy charged me. They were blasting me with cannons, all the while foot and highlanders were tearing up my main line. With some well aimed Grenadier a Cheval charges, I had routed them, but I had lost 3 units of fusiliers, my entire skirmishing force, the Grand Battery of the Convention, and 1 Grenadier a Cheval. I retreated Ney to Scotland. Within 3 turns 2 and a half more stacks spawned. It doesn't make sense. At least to my knowledge, I thought that when you put down a rebellion, it quelled unrest. Help me. I need some recommendations. I can't lose London to the Brits. They've caused me too much pain in this campaign for me to surrender to some meager militant peasants.