A hand book for infantry: containing the first principles of military discipline, founded on rational method: intended to explain in a familiar and practical manner, for the use of the military force of the United States, the modern improvements in the discipline and movement of armies. William Duane.
A hand book for infantry: containing the first principles of military discipline, founded on rational method: intended to explain in a familiar and practical manner, for the use of the military force of the United States, the modern improvements in the discipline and movement of armies.

A hand book for infantry: containing the first principles of military discipline, founded on rational method: intended to explain in a familiar and practical manner, for the use of the military force of the United States, the modern improvements in the discipline and movement of armies.

Philadelphia: Printed for the author, 1814. Hardcover. Chapters include: First Principles of Military Discipline, Alterations of the French System, On the Manner of Conducting Drills, Of Words of Command, The Order of Instruction, The Practical Drill, Elements of Evolution, Evolutions in the Order of Two Deep, Diagonal Movements, Evolutions, and The Manual Exercise. Hans R. Western signed cover, H. W. Eastman signature top of first chapter.

8vo, 112 pp, 11 b&w plates. Lacks title page; bound without end papers. Gray paper boards with title at front cover handwritten in black ink. Spine lacking and loose, but holding. Covers are dusty, marked and quite rubbed. Internally, pages toned and damp marked.

OCLC: 4596517. Item #12757

Price: $150.00

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