Large Collection of Facsimile 18th Century Military Manuals and Related Books, 20th century, including: Rules and Regulations for the Sword Excercise of the Cavalry, London, 1796; A Treatise Containing the Elementary Part of Fortification, Regular and Irregular, by John Muller, London, 1746; An Easy Plan of Discipline for a Militia, by Timothy Pickering, Salem, 1775; The Military Medley: Containing the Most Necessary Rules and Directions for Attaining a Competent Knowledge of the Art: To Which is Added an Explanation of Military Terms, by Thomas Simes, London, 1768; Extracts from a Military Essay, Containing Reflections on the Raising, Arming, Cloathing and Discipline of the British Infantry and Cavalry, by Campbell Dalrymple, Philadelphia, 1776; A Candid Examination of the Mutual Claims of Great-Britain and the Colonies, New York, 1775; An Essay on Castrametation, by Lewis Lochee, London, 1778; Rules and Articles for the Better Government of His Majesty's Horse and Foot Guards, London, 1778; Elements of Field Fortification, by Lewis Lochee, London, 1783; Military Collections and Remarks, by Major Donkin, New York, 1778; Regulations for the Prussian Infantry, 1759; The Military Guide for Young Officers, by Thomas Simes, London, 1772; Standing Orders and Instructions to the Nottinghamshire Regiment of Marksmen, Hull, 1778; Considerations upon the Different Modes of Finding Recruits for the Army, London, 1775; Rules and Articles for the Better Government of His Majesty's Horse and Foot Guards, London, 1762; An Essay on Castrametation, by Lewis Lochee, London, 1778; The Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton, K.B. Relative to the Conduct During Part of His Command on the King's Troops in North America, London, 1785; A Brief and True Report for the Traveller Concerning Williamsburg in Virginia, Colonial Williamsburg reprint, 1936; Manoeuvres for a Battalion of Infantry, London, 1767; The Science of Military Posts, London, 1761; Cuthbertson's System for the Complete Interior Management and Oeconomy of a Battalion of Infantry, by Bennet Cuthbertson, Bristol, 1776; A Sketch of a Tactick for the Column and for the Battalion of Monsieur de Folard, Dublin, 1731-2; An act for punishing mutiny and desertion; and for the better payment of the Army and their Quarters, London, 1773; An Explanation of the Manual of Exercise... Militia of the County of Norfolk, Norwich, 1758; A Manual of Siegecraft and Fortification, by Sebastien LePrestre de Vauban, Leiden, 1740; Considerations on the American War, by Joseph Williams, London, 1782; An Easy Plan of Discipline for a Militia, by Timothy Pickering, Salem, 1775; The Williamsburg Art of Cookery, by Helen Bullock, Colonial Williamsburg, 1967; Standing Orders and Regulations for the Army in Ireland, Dublin, 1794; A System for the Complete Interior Management and Oeconomy of a Battalion of Infantry, Bennet Cuthbertson, London, 1779; and The Exercise of Arms in the Continental Infantry, by Ernest W. Peterkin, 1989.
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