An antique volume of Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manœuvers of the Infantry. This volume is bound in leather with a black label to the spine and hand-sewn text blocks. These rules and regulations were revised after the War of 1812 to update the regulations used since the American Revolution that were written by Baron von Steuben.
|Title and Author/Editor:||Rules and Regulation For the Field Exercise and Manœuvres of Infantry, Compiled and Adapted to the Organization of the Army of the United States, Agreeably to a Resolve of Congress, Dated December, 1814|
|Genre:||Military, History, Instructional|
|Publisher:||Published for the War Department and printed by Isaac Hill|
|Place of Publication:||Concord, New Hampshire|
|Number of Books:||1|
- heavily foxed, red rot, cracked hinges, fading, watermarks and tight bindings.