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A series of figures showing all the motions in the manual and platoon exercises, and the different firings, according to His Majesty's regulations/ drawn from life by Major T. L. Mitchell
Bib ID 488861
Format BookBook
Author
Mitchell, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1855
 
Description London : Willaim Clowes, 1828 
[8], 26 leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

"Printed and sold by William Clowes" -- t.p.

"Dedicated to the Adjutant-General of the Forces ... T.L. Mitchell, London, 25th September, 1825" -- p.[3]

First published 1825. [pl. xxviii] --BLC.

Library's copy has some hand-colouring on selected plates.

Library's copy has book-stamp: Lord Clifford, Ugbrooke Library, Snell.

Library's copy inscribed on fly-leaf: Robert Henry Clifford, 83rd Regt- 1831.

Subjects Great Britain. Army. Infantry -- Drill and tactics.

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