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|Notes:||"Embracing the discipline, manouvres, and duties of every species of troops. Infantry, rifle corps, cavalry, artillery of position, and horse artillery; a treatise on defensive works in the field, the exercise in sea coast batteries, and regular fortifications. Adapted to the use of the militia of the United States ..."
"The system of discipline and manoeuvres of infantry, forming the basis of modern tactics: established for the national guards and armies of France. Translated for the American military library, from the edition published by authority in 1805. Philadelphia, Printed by B. Graves, for W. Duane, 1807," 214 p. at end of v. 1.
Vol. 2, pt. 7 also bound at end of v. 1.
|Reproduction Notes:||Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., Xerox University Microfilms, 1974. 2 reels. 35 mm. (American Culture Series, reels 623.11 and 624.1).|
|Description:||2 volumes illustrations, plates (some folded)|
|Series Title:||American culture series, 623.11, 624.1.|