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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
Index to British Military Costume Prints 1500-1914.
1972 £10.00
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
MONTAGU (George)
The Sportsman's Directory: or, tractate on gunpowder, founded on a series of experiments: together with some remarks and suggestions on fire-arms. Containing, I. The advantage of small-grained powder. II. The most simple and perfect method of proving its strength. III. The unnecessary expenditure of Government powder. IV. Advantages of a Marine corps of Artillery. V. Cannon and carronades formed contrary to mechanical principles. VI. The principle on which guns burst. Vii. Muskets extremely defective. Viii. The principle of rifle barrels mistaken. IX. Choice of guns for the sportsman, with many useful instructions on the art of shooting flying. X. On Pistols-Outlines of Duelling. To which is added, a table of gun barrels, for the Use of Sportsmen, with their proper Charges and Killing Distances. By George Montagu, Esq.
1792 £950.00
MORDAUNT (Lieutenant-General Sir John)
Considerations of the Proceedings of a General Court-Martial, upon the trial of Lieutenant-General Sir John Mordaunt,... with an answer to the expedition against Rochefort, fairly stated in a letter to the right honorable the author of the Candid reflections. To which is added, an appendix. Being a reply to the Monitor of Saturday the 21st instant January, 1758. By the author of, the Candid reflections.
1758 £175.00
MORDAUNT (Lieutenant-General Sir John)
The Proceedings of a General Court-Martial held in the Council-Chamber at Whitehall, on Wednesday the 14th, and continued by several Adjournments to Tuesday the 20th of December 1757, upon the trial of Lieutenant-General Sir John Mordaunt, by virtue of his Majesty's warrant, bearing date the 3d day of the same month. Published by authority.
1758 £225.00
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
A Treatise of Artillery: Containing I. General constructions of brass and iron guns used by sea and land, and their Carriages. II. General Constructions of Mortars and Howitzes, their Beds and Carriages. III. Dimensions of all Carriages used in Artillery. IV. Exercise of the Regiment at Home, and Service Abroad in a Siege of Battle. V. Its March and Encampment, Ammunition, Stores, and Horses. VI. Lastly, The necessary Laboratory Work for Fire-Ships, &c. To which is prefixed, an introduction, with a theory of powder applied to fire-arms.
1780 £475.00
Candid Proposals to England; Being a true and compendious Description of the preferable Advantages and most beneficial Qualities of a new, easy, quick and efficacious Method of Charging and Firing with a common Musket; which, upon Trial, 'tis presumed, will evidently appear far superior to any Way of Charging now in Use.
1758 £975.00
NEALE (Henry St. John)
Practical Essays and Remarks on that species of consumption incident to youth, and the Different Stages of Life, commonly called Tabes Dorsalis; with an Account of the Nature, Causes, and Cure of that Distemper, and the Diseases Arising there-from, Especially the Nervous Atrophia, and The Phthisis, or Consumption in General. To which are Added, Extracts from the Works of the most distinguished Practitioners of the present and former Ages, coinciding with the Author's own Practice and Experience, demonstrating the baneful Effects of unnatural Venery on the finest Functions in the Animal Oeconomy. By Henry St. John Neale, Fellow of the Royal Academy of Surgery in Paris, of the University of Leyden, and Surgeon in London, formerly Surgeon Major to the Duke of Northumberland's Regiment, or Fifth Battalion of Infantry, and to the Royal Military Hospital at Chatham.
1800 £200.00
Modern War Paintings by C. R. W. Nevinson. With an Essay by P. G. Konody.
1917 £775.00
PEMBROKE (Henry Herbert, Earl of)
A Method of Breaking Horses, and Teaching Soldiers to Ride, Designed for the Use of the Army.
1762 £325.00
PHILLIPS (W. Alison)
The War of Greek Independence 1821 to 1833.
1897 £95.00
PITT (William M.)
Thoughts on the Defence of this Kingdom, &c. Part III.
1803 £45.00
PORZIO (Luca Antonio)
The Soldier's Vade Mecum: or, the Method of Curing the Diseases and Preserving the Health of Soldiers, I. In Camps. II. In Garrisons. III. During Marches. IV. In all the different Countries of Europe. Translated from the Latin of L. A. Portius. Illustrated with Cuts. To which is added, a treatise on the same subject, translated from Frederic Hoffman, Professor of Physic at Hall in Saxony. Also An Essay on the Diseases of Sailors.
1747 £675.00
RADCLIFFE (Ebenezer)
A Discourse Occasioned by the Glorious Victory Gained over the French, by Prince Ferdinand of Brunswic, August 1, 1759. By the Rev. Mr. Radcliffe, of Boston in Lincolnshire. To which is prefixed, a dedication to L*** G***** S********. By the editor.
1759 £125.00
Regulations and Instructions for Carrying on the Recruiting Service of His Majesty's Forces.
1796 £295.00
REIDE (Thomas)
A Treatise on the Duty of Infantry Officers and the Present System of Military Discipline. With an Appendix.
1795 £165.00
A Letter from an Officer in the Army to the People of Great-Britain, Relative to the Late Secret Expedition.
The Report of the General Officers, appointed By his Majesty's Warrant of the First of November 1757, to inquire into the causes of the failure of the late expedition to the coasts of France. To which is prefixed, A Copy of his Majesty's Warrant directing the said Inquiry. With an appendix, containing the papers referred to in the said report. Published by authority.
1758 £110.00
Building Designs. [Title taken from the spine].
3752 £85.00
Appropriation of Ordnance to the Defence of St. Helena.
1807 £475.00
SAXE (Maurice, Comte de)
Reveries, or Memoirs upon the Art of War by Field-Marshall Count Saxe. Illustrated with Copper-plates. To which are added some original Letters, upon various Military Subjects, wrote by the Count to the Late King of Poland, and M. De Folard, which were never before made Publick. Together with his Reflections upon the Propagation of the Human Species, Translated from the French. [by Sir William Fawcett].
1757 £750.00
The Self Instructor, or, Young Man's Best Companion; being an Introduction to all the various branches of useful Learning and Knowledge. Containing Writing, Grammar, Arithmetic, Astronomy, Geography, Chronology, and Miscellaneous Articles. To which is added, The Artist's Assistant; comprising the Arts of Drawing, Perspective, Etching, Engraving, Mezzotinto, Scraping, Painting, Drying, Colouring of Maps, etc. A brief account of Naval and Military Affairs. Also, various useful Medicinal Receipts.
1815 £80.00

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