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FAIRFAX (Sir Ferdinando)
The Answer of Ferdinando Lord Fairfax to a declaration of William Earle of Newcastle, touching a late Warrant issued by the Lo: Fairfax, dated 2. February. 1642. As also, the Lord Fairfax's willingnesse to decide the controversie with the said Earle of New-castle in a fayre field.
1642 £125.00
FATAL CONSEQUENCES.
The Fatal Consequences to be feared (if not speedily prevented) by our assisting the Queen of Hungary, and the King of Sardinia, in the Mediterranean, and on the Coasts of Italy, and from the Treaty we entered into with Them at Worms in September 1743. And likewise the Danger of keeping our Lord Mercenary Hanoverian Troops in the Pay, when they are not in the Service of Great Britain. As also the imminent Danger of employing our Naval Force in the Service of Foreigners, and exposing our own Trade to the Depredation of Spain, leaving our own Coast naked and open to the Insults (if not to the Invasion) of France.
1744 £90.00
GAM (David)
Memoirs of the Administration of the Right Honourable William Pitt, or an Inquiry into the Causes and Consequences of his Conduct in Respect to different Departments, Bodies, and Public Individuals of the State. In a Letter to the Right. Hon. the Earl of Suffolk, in Consequence of his Lordship's Motion in Parliament, and Conferences with His Majesty, for the Removal of Ministers.
1797 £60.00
GERRING (Charles)
A Record of the Early Volunteer Movement, and of the Notts. Volunteer Regiment (The Sherwood Foresters) 1914-1919.
1920 £50.00
HANGER (Lieut. Col. George)
Military Reflections on the Attack and Defence of the City of London; Proved by the Author to have been the most vulnerable Part of Consequence in the whole Island, in the Situation it was left in the Year 1794. To which is added, Reflections on the Loss of Plymouth or Harwich, and on the greater Safety of Portsmouth... Most respectfully addressed to the Right Hon. Thomas Skinner, Lord Mayor of London.
1795 £325.00
HEAD (Sir Francis B.)
The Royal Engineer.
1869 £95.00
HINDE (Captain [Robert])
The Discipline of the Light-Horse. By Captain Hinde, of the Royal Regiment of Foresters, (Light-Dragoons.) Illustrated with Copper Plates.
1778 £695.00
HOLLIDAY (Francis)
An easy Introduction to Practical Gunnery, or, the Art of Engineering. Containing, I. Decimal Arithmetic, Extraction of Roots. II. Mensuration of Planes and Solids, and the Computation of the Strength of Timber Joists, &c. III. The Computation of Balls and Shells. IV. The necessary Theorems in Geometry, demonstrated in a very plain and easy Way. V. The Nature and Use of Logarithms. VI. Plane Trigonometry in all its Cases; with the Method of taking Heights and Distances, and a one Station. VII. Gunnery, where the Cases are solved by Addition and Subtraction only, with numeral Examples, the Rules in Words at length, for those who are unacquainted with the Elements of the higher Geometry. VIII. The Theory of Projectiles. IX. Tables of Experiments of Cannons and Mortars, with some Observations. X. The Solution of a difficult Problem to find the Velocity of a Bullet, shot from any Piece of Artillery. XI. The necessary Tables of Gunnery. Illustrated with Copper Plates. By F. Holliday, Master of the Free Grammar School at Haughton Park, near Retford, Nottinghamshire.
1756 £425.00
HOME (Everard)
Practical Observations on the Treatment of Ulcers on the Legs, considered as a branch of military surgery: to which are added, some observations on varicose veins, and piles.
1801 £95.00
HOSEASON (Captain John Cochrane)
Remarks of the Channel Passage, and on the Paramount Importance of Dover for Offensive and Defensive Warfare.
1873 £50.00
HYDE (John T.)
Principles of Gunnery.
1862 £345.00
KENNEDY (John Clark)
The Theory of Musketry, adapted for the use of the Troops.
1855 £65.00
LANCASHIRE MILITIA.
At a General Court Martial, held at Dover Castle, on the 16th March 1812... Ensign John Haugh, of the 3rd Royal Lancashire Militia, was arraigned upon the undermentioned Charges... [General order number 238].
1812 £75.00
LENNOX (Charles), 3rd Duke of Richmond and Lennox.
A Letter from His Grace the Duke of Richmond to Lieutenant Colonel Sharman, Chairman to the Committee of Correspondence appointed by the Delegates of Forty-five Corps of Volunteers, assembled at Lisburn in Ireland; with notes by a member of the Society for Constitutional Information.
1792 £95.00
LOCKINGE (Henry)
Historical Gleanings on the memorable field of Naseby.
1830 £145.00
LOWE (Captain A. E. Lawson)
Historical Record of the Royal Sherwood Foresters; or Nottinghamshire Regiment of Militia.
1872 £65.00
MAGGS BROS.
Four Centuries of Military Books. Catalogue No. 915.
1969 £8.00
MAGGS BROS.
Four Centuries of Military Books. Catalogue No. 915.
1969 £8.00
MIDDLETON (Rev. Erasmus)
The New Dictionary of Arts and Sciences; or, an universal system of useful knowledge. Containing A full Explanation of every Art and Science, whether liberal or mechanical, in which the Difficulties attending a thorough Knowledge of them are clearly pointed out, and such Directions given as cannot fail of making their Acquisition easy and familiar to every Capacity Exhibiting, among the various other Branches of Literature, a copious Elucidation of the following, viz. Agriculture, Algebra, Anatomy, Architecture, Arithmetick, Astronomy, Book-Keeping, Botany, Carving, Catoptricks, Chemistry, Chronology, Commerce, Conicks, Cosmography, Dialing, Dioptricks, Ethicks, Farriery, Fluxions, Fortification, Gardening, Guaging, Geography, Geometry, Grammar, Gunnery, Handicrafts, Heraldry, History, Horsemanship, Husbandry, Hydraulicks, Hydrography, Hydrostaticks, Law, Levelling, Logick, Maritime and Military Affairs, Mathematicks, Mechanicks, Medicine, Merchandize, Metaphysicks, Meteorology, Musick, Navigation, Opticks, Oratory, Painting, Perspective, Pharmacy, Philology, Philosophy, Physick, Pneumaticks, Rhetorick, Sculpture, Series and Staticks, Statuary, Surgery, Surveying, Theology, Trigonometry, &c. The Whole upon an improved Plan, the Marrow and Quintessence of every other Dictionary and Work of the Kind being preserved, and their Superfluities and Obscurities entirely omitted.
1778 £345.00
MILITARY CATALOGUES.
Comprising of the Following: William George's Sons Catalogue Nos. 194,207,217,227,237,263 & 275; Francis Edwards Catalogues for the Years 1896,1900 & 1904; Albert Sutton Catalogue Nos. 101 &113; and one from Henry Gray.
1896 £19.00
MILITARY MANOEUVRES.
The Nineteen Manoeuvres Explained: with the words of command, duties, and relative positions of officers and serjeants [sic]. Also the manoeuvres of a column formed on the two center [sic] companies; together with general observations on the principles and rules on which the manoeuvres are founded. By Two Officers of the Bloomsbury and Inns of Court Association.
1804 £395.00
MILITARY PRINTS.
Index to British Military Costume Prints 1500-1914.
1972 £20.00
MILITARY PRINTS.
Index to British Military Costume Prints 1500-1914.
1972 £16.00
MILLER (A. E. Haswell) & DAWNAY (N. P.)
Military Drawings and Paintings in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen.
1966 £45.00
MORRISON (John)
The Advantages of an Alliance with the Great Mogul: In which are principally considered Three Points of the highest Importance to the British Nation. I. The immediate Preservation and future Prosperity of the highest Importance to the British Nation. II. The legal Acquisition of an immediate Revenue to Great Britain. III. The promoting of a vast Increase in the Exports of British Manufacture.
1774 £275.00

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