A series of booklets covering subjects of interest to Artillery, Fortifications and the general collector are being made available for the first time in their original size since they were first published from the 1830’s onwards. Details listed below of title, date, author, No pages, tables, plates, illustrations and the original source of the publications (RAI):Royal Artillery Institute, (REI): Royal Engineers Institute, (RUSI): Royal United Services Institute, (CJ) Cavalry Journal, (CUSJ) Colburn United Services Journal,Price and weight in gms for calculation of postage.
1.Reports on the mounting of heavy ordnance at Malta 1877 by Ordnance Officer Malta.29pp,13 tables,2 plates with 4 illustrations and 6 illustrations og Ordnance, movement in text (RAI) £5. 120gms
2.Memorandums of Artillery arrangements and alterations made in carriages, harness, ammo. of the Expedition to Egypt 1801 by Brigadier-General Lawson, 14pp,15 plates, with 26 Illustrations,1 fold out (RAI). £10. 120gms.
3.Notes on Armoured Defences 1879 by Col.Inglis , 26pp,3 tables,11 plates,8 foldout, showing detailed drawings & plans with measurements of Casemate shield, curved fronted Portland Breakwater, Horsand Forts, Devon Turret. (RAI) £15. 140gms.
4.An Account of the Great Cannon of Muhammad II by Brigadier-General Lefroy,25pp, 4 tables, 8 illustrations in text, 5 plates with detailed plans of cannon of MuhammadII , the Dulle Griete , Great Gun of Beejapoor Agra,Tzar-Pouschka ( Mioscow ) (RAI), £10. 140gms.
5.Experimental Casemates at Shoeburyness 1870 by Ordnance Select Committee, 20pp, 5 tables,7 plates 1 double fold out,1 single fold out showing 25 Illustrations of construction of Casemate’s & walls & 4 B & W Photos (RAI) £10. 140gms.
6.The 80-Ton Gun by Maj.Maitland , 26pp, 9 tables,1 plates with 8 illustrations, (RAI)£5. 110gms.
7.The Field Gun of 1906 by Lt-Col Bethell , 20pp, 1 fold out Table,6 line drawings, 11 B& W Photos of Field Guns (RAI)£5. 100gms.
8.The Works of Franciso Di Giorgio Martini,by Capt Tylden,13pp,10 Illustrations in text,3 plate with 6 illustrations (REI)£5. 80gms.
9.The Evolution of A Field Gun by Major Bethell , 25pp, 17 illustrations in text. (RAI) £5. 100gms
10. The Story of the 36-Inch Mortars of 1855-1858 by Major-General Lefroy 37pp, 5 tables,2 Plates, 5 illustrations in text (RAI) £10. 150gms.
11. The Maxim Automatic Machine Gun by Capt. Stone ,43pp,20 Plates showing 32 Illustrations (RAI) £15. 150gms.
12. Modern Carriages for Heavy Naval Ordnance 1867 by Commander Scott 21pp, 3 tables ,10 plates,5fold out with 36Ilustrations of heavy ordnance carriages for Coast & Naval Artillery (RUSI) £15. 150gms.
13. Iron-clad Sea-going Shield Ships by Capt. Coles 38pp £ 15. 210gms.
14. A New System of the application of Iron to Forts and Ships, by Mr.G.Arbuckle ,35pp 8 plates with 9 illustrations of Iron parapets, emplacements showing sectional elevations & isometric sketches (RUSI) £15. 170gms.
15. The Conversion and Rifling of Cast-Iron Ordnance, and on Chilled white Iron
Projectiles by Major Palliser ,41pp , 7Plates, 1 fold out, 18 Illustrations. (RUSI) £10.180gm
16. A Proposed New System of Fortifications 1859 by J.Fergussion ,50pp , 1 plate with 3 illustrations, 4 illustrations in text (RUSI). £10. 120gms.
17.Naval Ordnance 1864 by Capt Fishbourne,51pp,5 plates, 4 fold out showing ,50 illustrations of Breech Loading & Muzzle Loading Ordnance, cross sections, grooves, and ammunition. (RUSI) £10. 140gms.
18 .Coast Defences, and the application of Iron to Fortifications 1868 Colonel. Jervois ,22pp, 17 plates with 36 illustrations of the construction of Forts, Barette & Iron Shields, Embrasure & walls, Casemates (RUSI) £15. 100gms.
19. Spithead Forts and the Defence of Portsmouth 1864 by W.Brooks & Capt.Tyle 38pp, 3 plates of which 2 are fold out maps of Charleston Harbour, Portsmouth & Spithead (RUSI) £15. 160gms.
20. The Machine Gun: Their place in the wars of the future & The Gatling Battery, Agar ,Claxton Guns, French & Montigny Mitrailleurs 1869 by Major Fosbery & R.Gatling . 48pp, 5 plates whowing 9 illustrations (RUSI ) £ 10. 130gms.
21 .The Martini-Henry Rifle(the new military breech-loader) 1869 by Captain
V.D. Majendie , 26pp 3 plates with 8 illustrations, 1 fold out plate showing detail of all parts of rifle with 31 illustration (RUSI ) £ 10. 140gms.
22 .Field Howitzers and Mortars 1892 by Lt.Col.Walford 18pp, 2 plates (RUSI) £10. 100gms.
23 .The Field Powder-Magazines 1858 by Colonel Williamson, 24pp, 22 Illustrations in text (RAI) £5.120gms
24. Rifling for Heavy Guns 1873 by Captain Morgan 27pp 8 Illustrations in text (RUSI) £10. 130gms.
25. Dress and Equipment of the Army 1868 by Captain Walker, 28pp, 8 plates with 12 illustrations of helmets, belts, knapsack, pouches, kit roll, bed haversack, tropical dress (RUSI) £10. 100gms.
26. The Military Breechloaders of Prussia, France & England 1871 by Captain Drake 21pp, 1 plates with 5 illustrations (RUSI) £10. 110gms.
27. Field Railways and their general application in war 1873 by Captain Luard , 32pp, 6 plates (2 fold out) 10 illustrations ( RUSI) £15. 120gms.
28. The Protection of our heavy Guns for Coast Defence 1886 by Captain Clarke, 34pp 4 graphs, 4 plates, 2 fold out with 5 illustrations (RAI)£10. 120gms.
29. Mounting and Working of Heavy Guns at sea 1872 by Commander Dawson, 36pp 5 tables, 6 plates (1 fold out) showing 13 detailed illustrations ( RUSI) £15. 120gms.
30. Breaching experiment with Smooth-Bored guns against Martello Towers 1861 report by Ordnance Committee, 18pp, 1 Large fold out plate (RAI) £10. 110gms.
31. Naval and Military Signals 1864 by Lt. Colomb , 44pp, 4 plates showing various flag designs (RUSI) £10. 130gms.
32. The Process of our Heavy Ordnance & Principles of its construction 1870 by Captain Stoney 25pp, 2 plates with 26 illustrations (RUSI)£10. 130gms.
33. Military Pontoons 1865 by Lt.Col . Lovell, 30pp, 5 plates (3 fold out) 19 illustrations of various equipment & carriages (RUSI) £15. 170gms.
34. Signs and Marks on Military Stores 1886 by the Military Stores Dept. 22pp, 16 illustrations in the text showing the types of markings on ammunition etc.(RAI) £10.100gms.
35. Historical Sketch of Rifled Ordnance 1850-68 by Captain Stoney , 33pp, 5 tables 14 illustrations in text (RAI)£10. 150gms.
36. Construction of our Iron-clad Fleet & Iron Shields for Coast Defence 1864 by Captain Harrison 23pp with 6 illustrations in text (RAI )£ 10. 120gms.
37. Our Rifled Projectiles and Fuzes 1871 by Captain Orde Browne 20pp, 8 illustrations in text (RAI) £10. 110gms.
38. Field Engineering( Illustrated by Operations of the German Engineers during the war of 1870-71) 1875 by Lt.Col . Shaw, 38pp, 2 tables, 2 fold out maps of Matz and Rouen (RUSI ) £ 15. 120gms.
39. Submarine Miners in relation to war 1886 by Major Clarke 25pp, 4 maps of Mauritius Port Louis, Harwich, Singapore, The Mersey (RAI) £10. 110gms
40. Working Heavy Guns and Projectiles 1870 by H.Cunningham , 18pp, 9 plates with 15 illustrations of tools, equipment, ordnance in various methods of movement in Coast Battaries (RUSI)£15. 110gms.
41. Fire-Proof Gun Powder Magazines 1872 by Major Majendie , 30pp, 3 illustrations in text, 5 plates fold out with 30 illustrations of expense magazine, artillery store, sectional & elevational plans (RAI)£10. 130gms
42. The Turret versus The Broadside System 1868 by Captain Coles, 52pp, 6 plates with 20 illustrations of various ships, 4 plates fold out (RUSI) £15. 180gms.
43. The Time Fuze (Armstrong, Boxer, Pettmans ) 1864 by Captain Majendie , 25pp 14 illustrations in the text (RAI) £10. 110gms.
44. The Progress of Breech-Loading Small Arms 1875 by John Latham, 26pp, 5 plates with 21 illustrations. (RUSI) £10. 90gms.
45. The Gatling Gun :Its Place in Tactics 1876 by Captain Rodges 26pp, 2 illustrations in text (RUSI) £10. 150gms.
46. Naval Guns 1872 by Commander Dawson, 58pp, 17 tables, 2 plates 1 fold out, 14 illustrations (RUSI) £10. 160gms.
47. The Application of Steam Power to the working of Heavy Guns 1866 by
H.Cunningman , 26pp, 8 plates, 2 fold out with 12 illustrations of ordnance being moved in Naval applications (RUSI ) £ 10. 130gms.
48. The Construction of Our Heavy Guns 1868 by Captain Stoney , 26pp, 4 plates with 30 illustrations , also illustrations in the text (RUSI) £15. 110gms.
49. Military Bridge Construction 1876 by Lt.Col . Leahy 34pp, 6 tables, 10 plates withdifferent bridges designs and carriage illustrations (RUSI) £15. 140gms.
50.The New Garrison Carriages 1876 by Major Kemmis , 19pp, 2 tables, 2 plate, 15 illustrations in text (RAI)£15. 110gms.
51. Breech-Loading and Muzzle-Loading for Guns 1875 by Major Morgan, 30pp, 15 illustrations in text (RUSI) £10. 150gms.
52. Notes on the 2.5-Inch Jointed Screw Gun 1886 by Captain Whits , Lt. Cleeve & Captain Simson , 23pp 4 tables, 6 illustrations ,3 papers in one booklet on the subject (RAI) £10. 140gms.
53. The Field Gun for India 1870 by Colonel Maxwell ,23pp 4 tables, 4 plates, 16 illustrations of the Bronze R.M.L. Gun 9pd 8 Cwt Ordnance (RAI) £15. 150gms.
54. The Construction of Heavy Rifled Ordnance 1868 by Major Palliser , 21pp, 1 plate with 2 illustrations (RUSI ) £ 10. 120gms.
55. The Nordenfelt Machine Gun 1881 by T.Nordenfelt 21pp, 3 tables, 3 plates, 1 fold out, with 10 illustrations (RUSI) £10. 110gms.
56. Field Fortifications 1858 by Major Griffiths, 23pp, 8 plates 1 fold out, with 21 illustrations of various developments of field fortifications (RUSI ) £ 10. 130gms.
57. Coast Fortification and the Naval Attack of Fortresses 1879 by Major Parnell, 39pp (REI ) £ 10. 150gms.
58. Cartridges for Breech Loading Small Arms 1869 by Captain O’Hea , 22pp, 8 plates with 31 illustrations of various makes of cartridges. (RUSI) £10. 90gms.
59. Considerations relating to Magazines,Storage and other similar requirements for Garrison & Coast Battaries 1860 by Lt.Col.Nixon 19pp, 1 plates with 2 illustrations (RAI) £10. 90gms.
60. Hotchkiss Revolving Guns 1880 by B.Hotchkiss , 19pp, 3 plates 1 fold out, 4
illustrations ( RUSI) £10. 100gms.
61. Shelter-Trenches or temp . cover for troops 1871 by Col. Graham VC, 30pp, 4 tables, 4 plates, 3 fold out with 30 illustrations (RUSI) £15. 100gms.
62. Diagrams of Gun Carriages 1854 by Captain Clark, 12pp, 36 plates, 3 fold out, with 90 illustrations of plan and side elevations of carriages (gun) in use at that date. Taken from Aide- Memoire to the Military Sciences 3 rd Edition (REI) £15. 170gms.
63. Military Telegraph and Signalling 1871 by Captain Stotherd , 23pp, illustrations in text, 3 fold out plates 2 with illustrations of wagons, 1 map of Konigratz (RUSI) £10 110gms.
64. Quick-Firing Guns for Fortress Defence 1890 by Captain Stone 38pp 8 tables (RUSI) £5. 90gms.
65 .An abstract of Mullers History of Fortress-Warfare c1880 by Captain Lloyd, 38pp 5 fold out plates of fortress plans with 10 illustrations (REI) £15. 110gms.
66. Krupp’s Meppen Experiments of 1879 by Captain O.Browne , 20pp, 7 illustrations in text 2 fold out plates with 4 illustrations (RAI) £10. 100gms.
67. Power of Guns and Armoured Defences and Ship versus Forts 1890 by Captain O.Browne , 14pp, 13 plates, with 19 illustrations of Armour plates, Cupolas, Turret Forts, Mobile shielded mounting. (REI) £10. 110gms.
68.Austrian Mountain Artillery 1870 by Lt.Col.Maxwell , 48pp, 9 plates, 1 fold out, 27 illustrations & 25 tables in the text. (RAI) £15. 140gms.
69 .Diagrams of Service Ordnance 1891 by Major Savage, 2pp, 30 plates with 34
illustrations with dimensions , of all types of Ordnance in use of that date from a 1pd QF Gun to Dissapearing Guns used in Coastal Defence (REI) £15. 130gms.
70. The composition and strength of a Siege Train required for the Attack of a Modern Fortress 1879 by Captain Wray, 20pp 14 tables, 4 plates showing Siege Artillery on Carriages for transport (RAI) £10. 100gms.
71. The Field Gun of 1903-1905. by Major Bethell , 38pp, 4 plates, 15 illustrations originally published 1903, 1904 & 1905.(RAI) £10. 100gms.
72. Coast Defence 1886.by Colonel Shaw, 36pp, 9 plates with 17 illustrations (RUSI) £10. 110gms.
73. Equipment of Artillery (Naval & Military) 1854. by Major-General Lewis, 48pp, 8 large tables giving listing of Horse, Field Batteries, Light & Mountain service, Heavy, Naval/Ships. Taken from Aide- Memoire to the Military Sciences 3 rd Edition (REI) £10.100gms.
74. Revolvers and their use 1886. by Major Kitchener, 46pp, 7 plates with 14 illustrations of revolvers, ammunition, shooting range, targets (RUSI)£10. 120gms.
75. Machine Guns in the Field 1884. by Lord Beresford R.N., 24pp, 8 plates with 10 illustrations plus one fold out plates with 10 illustrations on “Detail of new Gattling Gun” (RUSI)£15. 100gms.
76. Military Equipment 1878. by Lt. Graves, 34pp, 13 plates showing 36 illustrations of Crighton , Olive Equipment, Belts, Pouches, Cases, Water bottles, Haversack, and how it was all worn, Infantry & Cavalry. (RUSI) £10. 110gms.
77. Magazine Rifles and Repeaters 1883. by Lt. Col. Fosbery V.C., 56pp, 5 plates with 12 illustrations (RUSI)£10. 140gms.
78. Military Ballooning 1883.by Lt. Baden-Powell & Captain Templer 34pp, 5 plates with 8 illustrations (RUSI) £5. 100gms.
79. Principles on Construction of Carriages 1871. by Captain Kemmis , 27pp, 4 plates with 11 illustrations plus 4 in text on transport carriages, wheels and axletrees, Field Artillery carriages (RUSI) £10. 120gms.
80. Offensive Torpedo Warfare 1871.by Commander Dawson 26pp, 4 plates with 12 illustrations ( RUSI) £10. 80gms.
81. Mountings for Coast Artillery 1897. by Lt. Col. Sir G.S.Clarke 12pp, 12 plates with 14 detailed scale drawings of Heavy Coast Ordnance and emplacements of that period (REI) £15. 120gms.
82. The Block House System in the South African War 1900. by Lt.Col.Bethell , 18pp, 7 pages of 11 B & W photos, 12 plates with 42 detailed plans of various designs, scale construction plans, alarm systems and much more (REI)£15. 130gms.
83. Report on the 7-Inch Wrought-Iron Guns 1864. by the Ordnance Select Committee, 26pp with 20 tables, 9 plates with 17 illustrations, originally published 1864 & 1865 (RAI) £5. 100gms.
84. Suggestions on Transport of the Future 1883. by Lt. Col. Webber, 40pp, 5 plates showing 9 illustrations (RUSI)£10. 100gms.
85. The Ordnance (Artillery) of 1854. by Major-General Lewis, 24pp, 11 tables, 14 plates showing 15 Gun Barrels with all dimensions. Taken from Aide- Memoire to the Military Sciences 3 rd Edition (REI )£ 10. 110gms.
86. Forts of To- Day 1883 . by Major Lloyd, 16pp, 5 plates 1 fold out, 6 illustrations showing detailed diagrams of new forts. (RUSI) £10. 100gms.
87. The Field Gun of 1907-1909. by Col. Bethell , 28pp, 7 tables, 1 fold out, 9 B & W photos, 7 illustrations, 1 fold out page. Originally published 1907, 1908 & 1909 (RAI )£ 10. 110gms.
88. The Defence of Harbours by Submarine Mines by Lt. Sleeman , 22pp, 9 plates with 12 illustrations of various designs of mines and their layout & placement on maps, layout of group formations, electrical systems (RUSI).£10. 90gms.
89. The Range-Finder 1872. by Captain Nolan, 48pp, 12 tables, 4 illustrations in text (RAI) £10. 100gms.
90. Compound Guns, Many- Barralled Rifle Battaries 1874. by Captain Owen, 36pp 11 tables, 6 plates 2 fold out with 12 illustrations of Gattling , Swedish Mitrailleur & others, detail section drawings of action (RAI) £15. 110gms.
91. Historical Notes on the Royal Arsenal & Old Woolwich 1868 by Lt. Grover and Mr. Hewitt, 28pp, 6 maps, 1 fold out. (RAI ) . £10. 100gms.
92. Equipment and Services of our Mountain Artillery .by Captain Simpson, 38pp 10 plates, 1 fold out, with 18 illustrations of Mule equipped £10. 120gms.
93. Improvements in Lights for Signalling in the Navy & Army/Experiments of a new system of Lighting H.M.Ships by Mr. Silber & Captain Bridge, 42pp, 6 tables, 4 illustrations in text, 7 plates of various designs (RUSI) 1878. £5. 120gms.
94. A Descriptive History of Quick Firing Guns 1889.by Captain Stone, 24pp 17 plates with 20 detailed illustrations of Hotchkiss, Nordenfelt , Maximum Quick Firing mechanism and systems (RUSI) £10. 110gms.
95. Magazine and Repeating Rifles 1887. Captain James, 28pp 4 tables, 8 plates with 18 illustrations of various makes of magazine rifle, showing cross section drawings showing firing mechanism, ammunition (RUSI) £10. 90gms.
96. The Heavy Guns of 1884. by Colonel Maitland, 38pp, 1 table, 13 plates with 32 illustrations of breech-action of various manufactures, outline & section drawings of Ordnance up to and including 119 tons. (RUSI) £10. 130gms.
97. Military( or Strategic) and Refuge Harbours 1875 by Sir John Coode , 23pp, 1 table (RUSI) £10. 100gms.
98. Artillery Instruments not of Service Type 1919.by Major Notcutt , 23pp, 1 fold out table, 18 illustrations/B & W photographs of various types of instruments (RAI) £15. 100gms.
99. Notes on the Shrapnel Shell 1864. by Captain Majendie , 28pp,4 tables, 1 illustratio (RUSI) £5. 80gms.
100. Surveys on the English Coast 1779-1793. by Major Macrae , 32pp, detailed reports giving Ordnance used at various Castles & Coast Fortifications during the period (RAI)£10. 130gms.
101. The New Austrian Austrian Field Guns c1877 by Captain Owen, 24pp, 6 tables, 20 illustrations in text of barrel, rifling,breech -block, sight, ammunition, gun-carriage, ammunition wagon (RAI) £10. 100gms.
102. Improving Artillery Fire by Capt. Scott’s System 1881 by Captain Scott, 26pp, 3 tables, 2 plates with 5 illustrations and 5 illustrations in the text (RUSI) £10. 110gms
103. Artillery in Coast Defence 1892 by Major Hansard , 50pp, 5 tables, 2 illustrations in the text (RAI)£15. 110gms.
104 Progress of Ordnance abroad compared with that at Home 1864 by Commander Scott, 26pp, 2 tables, 11 plates, 2 fold out showing 43 illustrations of Armstrong, Blakely, Mersey, Prussian, Mackay, Horsfall guns and ammunition, section drawings (RUSI)£10. 110gms.
105 Historical Sketch of the Coast Defences of England 1886 by W.H.Tregellas , 20pp, 1 table, 5 fold out plates showing plans/maps of the 1600’s of Portsmouth, Chetham , Portsmouth, The Thames (REI)£10. 110gms.
106 Machine-Guns 1883 by Captain, Lord Bersford , R.N., 28pp, 10 tables, 9 plans, 11 illustrations, of Nordenfelt 1 ½” 2pd, Hotchkiss 1pd, 6pd, Revolving Cannon, Gatling Gun (RUSI)£10. 130gms.
107 Military Small Arms 1891 by Lt.Col.Fosbery V.C., 26pp, 4 plates with 16 photos /illustrations of English, Austrain , Belgium, Turkey etc. bold and magazine systems (RUSI £10. 80gms.
108 The Field Gun of 1913 by Colonel Bethell , 24pp, 1 foldout table, 7 B & W photos, details of 21 countries new equipment ,Ordnance & Ammunition (RAI)£10. 90gms.
109 Dress and Equipment with practical illustrations 1890 by Colonel Bengough,36pp 1 table (RUSI) £10. 90gms.
110 New Weapons of 1886 various authors, 20pp, 7 plates with 20 illustrations of the “ Remmington -Lee “ Magazine Rifle, Paulson’s Electrical Automatic Locomotive Torpedo, Electric Guns and Ammunition. (RUSI) £10. 110gms.
111 The Milford Haven Experiments 1886 by Captain Rainsford-Hannay , 30pp, 3 plates 2 fold out, map of area used for experiment with layout & wiring of mine field (REI)£10. 90gms.
112 The Pneumatic Dynamite Gun c1888 by Captain De H Haig , 17pp, 5 plates 1 fold out with 11 illustrations of first pattern, 8-inch version, effects of test, torpedo cruiser (RUSI)£10. 100gms.
113 Power Pressures in the first 35-ton Gun c1873 by Commander Dawson, 46pp, 15 tables, 4 plates 2 fold out (RUSI) £10, 120gms.
114 Field Telegraph: Its work in recent campaigns & present orgnization 1884 by Lt.Col . Hamilton, 25pp, 5 plates showing 20 illustrations of cable wagon, air-line wagon, tools and equipment, map. (RUSI) £10. 120gms.
115 The Laying for Night Firing by Collimator & Night-Sight Vain c1869 by Lt.Col . Davidson, 21pp, 3 tables, 7 plates, 1 fold out, with 15 illustrations, 11 illustrations in the text (RUSI) £10. 120gms.
116 Types of works for Coast Defence c1887 by Major Lewis, 42pp, 3 plates, 2 fold out, with 7 illustrations showing layout of 9.2 & 6-inch gun battery, Barbette battery with shoal water in front, 10 & 6-inch H.P. Emplacement (REI)£10. 110gms.
117 Entrenched Camps and Detached Forts c1887 by Captain Jackson, 42pp, 5 plates showing 12 illustrations of German, French Forts, section drawings of open, casemate battery (REI)£10. 120gms.
118 An Improved War-Rocket for use in both Military & Naval Operations 1877 by Commander Cole, 24pp, 3 tables, 7 designs of new designs of improved war-rocket pattern 1876 showing sectional elevation (RUSI) £10. 100gms.
119 Fortifications since the introduction of High-Explosive Shells 1895 £10. 90gms.
120 Progress of Ordnance Abroad compared with that at Home 1862 by Commander Scott, 26pp, 14 plates showing 28 illustrations of Montigny , Cavilli , Wahrndorf Breech Loaders, Austrian, Russian, Prussian, American(Parrot) Armstrong and various cast Iron Guns, sketches of section of rifling (RUSI) £10. 110gms.
121 Use of Railways for Coast and Harbour Defence 1891 by 2 nd Lt. Girouard , 19pp, 4 maps, 1 fold out (RUSI)£10. 100gms.
122 The Principles which should guide the construction of Heavy Ordnance and
materials of same 1879. by J.Longridge , 42pp, 7 tables, 11 illustrations in text (RUSI)£10. 100gms.
123 Early Breech-Loaders 1865 by John Latham, 10pp, 3 tables, 11 plates with 21 illustrations of various designs & types of construction from 1537, although the text traces its history from the 1400’s (RUSI)£10. 90gms.
124 Machine Guns and How to use them 1882 by Mr. Gardner, 12pp, 6 plates with 22 illustrations of section elevations, guns, limbers, wagons with guns attach ed. (RUSI) £15. 80gms.
125 Mance’s Heliograph or Sun-Telegraph/Heliograph and Army Signalling 1875 by S.Goodie & Major Wynne. 40pp (RUSI )£ 5. 90gms.
126 A proposal for a very heavy Breech-loading gun of novel construction 1870 by Captain Morgan, 25pp, 4 plates with 17 illustrations of Heavy Gun construction, design & cross section (RUSI) £10. 80gms.
127 The Lay and other Locomotive Torpedoes for the purpose of Coast Defence and also as the armament of ships, torpedo and submarine boats 1883 by Lt. Sleeman , 33pp, 4 diagrams in text, 1 fold out illustration with 9 diagrams on (RUSI)£10. 130gms.
128 Military Cycling 1888 by Lt. Savile , 25pp, 4 plates showing cycle designs to scale (RUSI) £5. 110gms.
129 Hints for applications of Shrapnel Shell & Shrapnel of the Past 1864 by Major General Gardner, 56pp, 29 illustrations in the text showing the application of firing at different targets (RAI) £10. 110gms.
130 The Defence of Coasts of England, Ireland and Scotland in the event of war 1886 by Rear-Admiral Arthur, 24pp (RUSI) £5. 100gms.
131 Quick-Firing Gun in the Field 1888 by Mr. Nordenfelt , 24pp, 7 plates, 3 fold out, double pages illustrating 3,6 & 8pd Ammunition, 3 pd on Galloping carriage, 8pd Field Gun, Limber & Ammunition all to scale (RUSI)£15
132 Military Transport/Suggestions for the Land Transport Service of the Army/ 1869 by Mr. F.Wingfield /Capt. G.Beazly . 38pp (RUSI )£ 5. 90gms.
133 Present Position of the Armour question 1884 by Captain C.O. Browne, 20pp 10 plates with 80 illustrations of Armour Plate, shells and the effect of firing at foe tests (RUSI )£ 10. 80gms.
134 Field Engineering in the light of Modern Warfare 1904 by Lt.Col . Heath, 24pp, 6 illustrations in text showing structure and its cross section (REI) £10. 100gms.
135 Hydro-Pneumatic Gear for Siege and Heavy Ordnance 1885 by W.Anderson , 42pp, 10 plates of which 7 are fold out showing detailed plans of 9.2-inch BL 19 tons, 10-Inch BL 27 tons, 6.6-inch RML, 6-inch BL 5 ton guns on Moncrieff carriage (REI)£15. 140gms.
136 Guns and Armour in engagements with ships 1888 by Capt. C.O. Browne, 16pp, 10 plates with 16 illustrations of Coast Defence Ordnance, Turret, Ships, Gruson Shield, Glatton Turret. (REI) £ 10 120gms .
137 Modern Field Artillery 1880 by Captain W.H.James , 18pp, 9 tables. (RUSI) £10 90gms.
138 Defensive Submarine Warfare 1871. By Major R.H.Stotherd . 30pp, 6 plates with 9 illustrations/maps. (RUSI) £10. 100gms.
139 The Pneumatic Torpedo-Gun, its use ashore and afloat 1889. by Captain E.L.Zalinski . 34pp. (RUSI). £10. 90gms.
140 The Automobile, and its possible use for military purpose by Major Holden /Mechanical transport for military purposes 1901. by Lt. Col. Crompton . 28pp, 6 plates showing various Automobiles. (RAI) £10 90gms
141 The Shape of Sword Blades/Notes on the International Exhibition 1863 by John Latham. 22pp, 12 plates with 34 illustrations of Swords & cross sections of blades . (RUSI) £10. 100gms.
142 Torpedo Boat: reference to those built by messrs Yarrow & Co. 1884 by
Mr. Yarrow. 26pp.7 plates (2 fold out with detailed scale drawings) .( RUSI)£15 140gms
143 Coast Defence Systems from Foreign Sources 1888 36pp, (RUSI) £5 80gms.
144 Heavy Guns and Heavy Shells Vs Light Guns and Light Shells with some remarks on the armament of Her Majesty’s Ships “Victoria”, “ Sanspareil ” and “ Bennow ” c1891 by George Quick. 28pp. (RUSI ) £ 5 70gms
145 The new (Enfield-Martini )Rifle & its comparison with other Rifles 1886 by Col. H.T.Arbuthnot . 24pp. 3 Large fold out plates (RUSI) £15. 130gms
146 The History of the Bayonet 1863 by Captain Sir. S.D.Scott . 16pp. 9 plates with 15 illustrations of Ancient & Modern designs .( RUSI). £10. 100gms.
147 The best type of Gun for the British, including the question of Q.F.Guns 1893 by Captain Headlam . 32pp. 1 graph. (RUSI) £5. 80gms.
148 The Naval Defence of the United Kingdom 1888 by Rear-Admiral Coloms . 37pp. 1 map .( RUSI) £5. 90gms.
149 Submarine Boats 1886 by Thorsten Nordenfelt . 25pp. 1 Fold out plates showing two designs. (RUSI) £10. 110gms.
150 The New Cavalry Sword & Mounted Horsemanship c1908 by Major Poore / The Cavalry Sword and How to use it in War by Major Crichton. 20pp, 20 illustrations in text .( C.J.) £10 100gms.
151 Machine Guns their use and abuse 1886 by Capt. Armit , 32pp, 9 pages of Illustrations on Hotchkiss 1p, 2p, 6p, Revolving Cannon, Col. Alt’s Carriage with Nordenfelt M/G mounted on, Mule carring Machine Gun. (RUSI) £10. 110gms
152 On Fortified Camps and Fortresses 1880 by Major Parnell, 24pp ,1 fold out table (REI) £5. 110gms
153 Field Artillery and Okehampton Experiences 1895 by Major Hughes. 26pp, 3 tables , 1 plate showing Ammunition, 4 fold out plates showing 4.7” QF Mk 1 garrison carriage, sections of Field redoubt, 3” QF Maxim Nordenfelt Gun and Limber. (REI) £ 10 140gms
154 Telegraphy for Naval and Military Purposes 1863 by Captain Bolton. 24pp, 2 plates with 3 illustrtions . (RUSI) £5 70gms
155 Modern Types of Guns 1884 by Lt. Col. Baylay . 30pp, 4 tables, 12 illustrations in text, 6 plates, 2 fold out with 8” BL 13 tons Gun, ‘A’ Frame for gun mounting, electrical trigger, chronograph, layout of firing range. (REI) £10 .140gms
156 Historical Sketch of Defences of Malta c1879 by Walter H.Tregellas , 27pp, 6 plates, 3 fold out showing layout of defences from 1551. (REI) £ 10 140gms
157 Working Heavy Guns by Manual ,Hydraulic and Steam Machinery c1879 by H.J.Butter . 20pp, 12 plates with 18 illustrations (RUSI) £ 10 130gms
158 Mild Steel Applied to Naval and Military Purposes c1885 by Major Mackinlay . 33pp, 15 illustrations in text. 1 fold out plates with 17 illustrations showing manufacture & application of mild steel (RUSI ) £ 5 80gms
159 The Development of Field Artillery Material c1891 by Lt. Col. Walford . 24pp, 3 plates showing 7 illustrations of Ammunition (RUSI ) £ 10 110gms.
160 On Visual Signalling c1881 by Eward Rambusch . 24pp £ 5 100gms.
161 Military Pyrotechny , Ammunition, Gun Cotton & Gun power c1854. 50pp, 7 tables, 98 illustrations in text of tools, equipment, machines, packing used in manufacture & production Taken from Aide- Memoire to the Military Sciences 3 rd Ed (REI) £15 110gms
162 Coast Defence by Gunboat c1887.by Abmiral Sir George Elliot, 21pp,2 fold out plates of designs for Gun Boats by Sir George & Sir A. Clarke (RUSI) £10 110gms
163 Short Notes on the 13pd R.M.L. Gun c1879. by Majot Nicholson. 14pp, 5 plates of Gun, Limber, Ammunition,,from 1888 Treatise of Military Carriages (RAI) £10 90gms
164 Memoir on the Polygonal Fortification constructed in Germany since 1815. by Captain J.Williams . pub 1853. 29pp,double fold out page of plans(REI) £10 130gms
165 Experiments with 10 and 12-inch Armstrong Guns at Cadiz c1884/Experimental destruction of Heavy Guns at Aliexandria by Major Smith. 11pp, 3 tables, 7 plates 2 fold out, 5 illustrations in text (RAI).by £10 90gms
166 “The Field Telegraph” its use in the war and its employment in the late expeditions in the Sudan & South Africa c1886. by Major Beresford R.E. 28pp, 4 plates 3 of maps 1 of equipment. (RUSI) £10 130gms
168 Mechanically Propelled Vechicles for Military Purposes c1904, by Major McNalty A.S.C. 28pp, 2 illustrations in text (RUSI) £10 110gms
169 The French 120mm Field Howitzer c1896. by Major Holzner , 18pp, 13 plates, 1 fold out, 16 detailed engineering drawings of gun, limber, ammunition, (RUSI) £10 100gms
170 The employment of large cavalry, smokless powder & Movable Fortresses as
illustrated by the German Autumn manoeuvres of 1889. by G.Saunders . 28pp, 3 plates
with 4 illustrations of Movable Fortresses, 1 map. (RUSI) £10 90gms
171 Notes on the Organization & Armament of the Artillery of the B. A.c1856 by Gen.
Sir. R.Gardiner . 32pp (RAI). £5. 80gms.
172 The use of Balloons in Military Operations c1863. by Lt. Grover & Captain
Bealimont . 34pp, (REI). £10. 80gms.
173 New Artillery Designs:Muzzle -Pivoting Gun Carriage by Captain Heaton/ The
”MacKay” Gun and its Projectiles by J. MacKay c1868, 25pp,(RUSI) £10. 120gms
174 Explosive Bullets and their Application to Military Purposes c1868 by Major
G.V.Fosbery V.C., 12pp, 10 plates with 24 Bullets/Equipment. (RUSI) £10. 100gms
175 Coast Artillery Practice c1893 by Col. J.B.Richardson . 22pp, 8 plates, 1 fold out.
With ill of Group symbols and Gun Numbers, towing targets. (RUSI).£10. 90gms.
176 Notes on the Employment of Submarine Mines in America during the late Civil
War c1866 by Capt. E.H..Stewart.28pp.13 plates with 22 Mines/mine laying
equipment illustrations (REI) £15. 120gms
177 The Employment of Mirailleurs during the Recent War, and their use in Future Wars
c1872 bt Lt.Col . H.C.Fletcher , 28pp,comparison of 9pd Field Gun and Gattling Gun
Batteries (RUSI) £10. 80gms
178 Breech-Loaders with reference to Calibre,Supply and cost of Ammo. c1867 by Capt.
J.H.Selwyn 9pp 9 plates with 15 illus of Rifles, Ammunition etc. (RUSI) £10. 90gms
179 The Equipment of Field Artillery c1881 by Capt. Jocelyb , 26pp, 17 plates, 2 fold out with 41 ill. of Hotchkiss revolving Gun, Gardner Battery Gun, Field Carriage &
Limber, Ammunition, (RUSI) £10. 120gms
180 Military Pontoons, with suggestions for their improvement c1860 by Capt. F.Fowke ,
16pp, 12 plates, 1 fold out with 30 ill. of Pontoons, Carriages, Equipment, layouts of
Bridging, Comparison of Different types (RUSI) £10. 125gms
181 Rifled Ordnance c1860 by Captain Blakely, 27pp, 8 plates with 15 illustrations
showing 5 barrals , 2 of ammunition etc. (RUSI) £10. 100gms
182 Submerged Discharge of Whitehead and other Automobile Torpedos c1893 by
Captain G.Astuto . 18pp, 2 illustrations (RUSI) £5. 90gms
183 Steam-Powered versus Sail-Power for Men-of-War c1878 by Capt. P.H.Colomb
26pp 1 illustration . (RUSI) £5. 110gms
184 Breech-Loaders for the Army & Gun Cotton as an explosive agent in Modern
Warfare c1864 by Lt. A.Walker . 30pp, 11 plates with 25 ill. of Westley Richards,
Terry’s, Green’s, Mont Storm’s designs, Ammunition,, etc (RUSI) £15. 120gms
185 The Revolving System of Firing Great Guns c1869 by Commander B.Sharp . 16pp, 7
plates with detailed drawings showing gun mountings. (RUSI) £10. 100gms
186 Gun-Locks and their History c1859 by R.Pritchett . 7pp, 7 plates with illustrations of different designs. (RUSI) £10 80gms
187 A Brief Sketch of the present state of British Gunnery c1887 by Major E.Maitland
20pp, 3 tables, 1 graph. (REI) £5. 90gms
188 The Fortifications of Deligrad and their Influence during the Turco-Servian War
of 1876. by Major C.Woodward . 35pp, 2 plates, 1 map. (REI) £10. 90gms
189 The Construction of British Ordnance c1854. by Col Carter r.a.,28pp, 10 plates (3
fold out) with 34 illustrations of machines used for processing and manufacture of
smooth bore ordnance , plans of buildings (REI) £15. 160gms
190 Steam Transport on Roads c1894.by Lt. Col. Templer.16pp 3 plates(I fold out)
(RUSI) £10. 90gms
191 The Italian Field Gun (Bronze) c1876. by Col. H.H.Maxwell , 10pp, 9 plates with 24 illustrations of carriage, barrel, wheels, ammunition, fuzes . (RAI) £10 80 gms
192 The New Design for Percussion , Concussion, Time,Electric Fuzes c1882 .12pp, 18
plates with 37 illu’s of cross section drawings of various fuzes (RAI) £10 100gms
193 Mountain Artillery, its Organisation,Equipment and Tactics c1887. by Capt’s White & Simpson. 30pp, 11 tables, 14 plates,(1 fold out) with 19 ill. of barrels, carriages, mountings, panel, saddles, ammunition. (RAI) £10 110gms
194 Field Fortifications c1854. by Lt.Col . Jebb R.E., 22pp, 16 plates,with 104 ill. of cross section of fortification designs & layouts, plan views of fort layouts to scale. (REI) £15 110gms
195 Contributions to Technology of Foreign Rifled Ordnance c1864. by Brig.-Gen
Lefroy . 18pp, 17 tables, 8 plates with cross section drawings of ammunition and
fuzes . (RAI) £10. 110gms
196 Foreign Attempts at making Rifles of Smaller Calibre c1889. by Major Maclintock
R.A. 32pp, 7 plates of 14 illustrations of ammunition with cross section drawings
. (RAI) £10 100gms
197 Coast Railways and Railway Artillery & Wright’s Artillery Railway and Gun
Carriage c1865. by Lt. Walker & T .Wright. 15pp, 5 plates (2 fold out) showing
detail drawings of Armoured train, (RUSI) £10. 100gms
198 Foreign Armour Experiments and Bombardment of the Forts of Alexandria. C1884, by Capt. C.Orde Browne R.A., 18pp, 8 plates with 72 illustrations of armour plate and ammunition. (RAI) £10. 80gms
199 Artillery Experiments at Okehampton c1875. by Major F.Lyon R.A. 35pp with 32
tables. (RAI) £10. 80gms
200 Some Aspects of Coast Defence c1894. by Lt.Col . Jocelyn R.A. 30pp, 4 plates with 24 illustrations. £10. 100gms.
201 Description of the principles of a system of sighting as applied to telescopes and to
service sights of the present day (1877) by Capt. L.K.Scott , R.E. 19pp, 14 plates, 5
fold out, with graphs, detailed drawings of sights and fixings to ordnance. (REI) £15.
202 Fortress Warfare c1877. by Lt. Col. Schaw , R.E. 21pp (REI) £5. 100gms
203 The Ignition of Charges of Powder in Ordnance c1856. 42pp, 30 illustrations in text giving details of: the common tube, friction tube, the wooden fuze , Captain Boxers
Fuze , Major Olphert’s Fuze , Capt. Bormann’s Fuze , and others .(CUSJ) £10. 90gms.
204 Military Bridging c1854., 24pp, 18 plates with drawings of pontoons & wagon,
bridg construction of Blanshard’s Larger Bridge, knots, boat, raft, scale drawing of
pontoon wagon. Taken from Aide- Memoire to the Military Sciences 3 rd Ed (REI)
205 New Design for Breech-Loading Cannon c1870, Steenstrup’s Conical Screw &
Breech-Loading Cannon by P.Jensey / Stuart’s Breech-Loading Cannon by Capt.
G.Stuart . 18pp, 8 plates showing 13 illustrations of Barrel and fittings to scale (RUSI)
206 The New French Rifle c1876. by Captain R.A.E.Livesay , R.E..12pp, 5 plates, 1 fold out showing changes in design (RUSI) £5. 90gms.
207 Gun Trials in China 1909. by Captain T.C.Leah , R.G.A.. 20pp with 13 photos of 28 calibre Vickers, Krupp & Schneider Gun, Limber & wagons, Mule team carrying
mountain gun (RAI) £10. 90gms.
208 Gun Cotton: An introduction to its properties and History of the substance c1864 by
Major F.Miller , V.C. 24pp (RAI) £5. 100gms.
209 New Austrian, German & Russian Q.F. Guns c1905. by Lt. Col. Bethell , R.F.A.
25pp, 9 illustrations in text to scale drawings of new artillery carriges (RAI) £10 110gms
210 Coast Defence by means of Curved Fire c1888. by Major J.C.Dalton R,A., 12pp, 3 plates of scale drawings showing : 12-Inch Rifles Howitzer, 6-Inch Rifled Howitzer
( on improved carriage) 6-Inch Rifled Howitzer. (RAI) £5. 70gms.
211 Range and Position Finding Past and Present c1881 by Capt. H.Watkin , R.A. 26pp, 8 plates , 16 illustrations in text. Detailed construction drawings of Guthries Range-Finder and Infantry telemeter, Capt. Post’s Magometer , Goulier Telemeter, Watkin RangeFinder, Bell’s Hydroscope, Watkins Depression Range Finder. £10. 100gms( RUSI)
212 Principles of Defence 1849 by Major Portlock , R.E. 38pp 1 illustration, 26 tables.
£10. 80gms (REI)
213 Design for a new Russian Field Gun c1877. by Capt. Paskevitch and Col. Engelhardt 26pp, 7 plates (2 fold out with barrel and carriage detailed drawings with measurements) 17 tables. £10. 100gms (RUSI)
214 The Use of Torpedoes in War c1885 by Comm. E.F. Gallwey R.N., 26pp 10 plates (3 detailed fold out) showing scale dawings of various types of Locomotive Torpedo’s, First Class Torpedo Boat, Torpedo Cruiser, Whitehead Fort firing torpedoes, section of H.M.S. Polyphemus , tube for an Ironclad, torprdo hunter £15. 110gms (RUSI)
215 A mode of Constructing Cannon whereby the strain produced by firing is distributed throughout the mass of metal. c 1858 by Capt. T.A.Blakely R.A. 34pp, 14 illustrations, 1 fold out. £10. 90gms (RUSI)
216 Notes on the Lee- Metford Rifle ( MkII ) 1895 by Major C.B. Mayne R.E, and Capt. C.F.Close R.E.. 17pp £5 80gms (RUSI)
217 Modern Gunpowder and Cordite c1893 by Lt. Col. F.W. Barker R.A. 24pp, 5
illustrations , 4 tables £5. 70gms (RAI)
218 Extracts from a report on effects of firing Heavy Ordnance from Casemate-
Embrasures 1859 by Brevet Brigadier-General J.G.Totten , 34pp, 3 fold out plates. £10 110gms (REI)
219 Two Large English Cannon of 15 th Cent. At Mont S.Michel , Normandy 1864 by
Brig.-Gen. Lefroy R.A. 15pp, 2 fold out plates with 14 illustrations to scale with
measurements . £10, 90gms. (RAI)
220 The Tactics of Coast Defence c1889 by Lt. Col. Walford . 58pp. £10. 120gms
221 Machine Guns: their tactics and equipment c1887 by Lt. G.E.Benson , R.A.. 36pp, 3 plates showing Machine Guns for Infantry, Cavalry and detailed drawing of Nordenfelt Machine Gun for Artillery (side and plan view to scale) £10. 100gms (RUSI)
222 Remarks on Fortification with especial reference to rifled weapons 1860. by Capt.
H.Tyker R.E. 23pp, 4 fold out plates (REI) £10. 130gms
223 The French Field Gun c1889 by Captain J.F.Maniford & Captain Beckerhinn . 13pp, 6 plates 1 fold out, with 11 illustrations of new design, breech (RAI) £ 5 100gms
224 The Military and Naval Use of very large shells and the comparative powers of
shells in relation to diameter 1858. by Robert Mallet. 45pp, 10 illustrations in text, 1
fold out plates (RUSI) £10 100gms.
225 Mountain Artillery c1854. by Lt. Col. Colquhoun, R.A. 11pp 6 plates of 12pd
Mountain Howitzer, Pack saddles, carriage & Howitzer carried on mule. Taken from
Aide- Memoire to the Military Sciences 3 rd Ed (REI) £10. 80gms
226 Magazine Rifles, their development and effects c1892. by Captain W.H.James R.E. 28pp, 8 plates, 3 fold out, showing ammunition, in clips, section drawings of 3 types of rifles . (RUSI) £10 100gms
227 Practice of garrison Artillery over sea ranges c1889. by Major A.B.Stoppard R.A
17pp 21 illustrations in text (RAI) £10 80gms
228 Pack Maxim Guns for use of Cavalry c1911. by Captian Williams, 9pp, 9 B & W
photos of equipment being carried, appendix of plates taken from 1901 0.303 Maxim
Gun Handbook (CJ) £10. 100gms
229 The Pneumatic Dynamite Torpedo Gun c1888. by Lt. A.H. Wolley-Dod R.A. & Lt.Wray R.H.A., 17pp 2 plates of 6 drawings of detail of cross section of tues /barrels, 5 illustrations in text (RAI) £5 90gms
230 Field Glasses and Optical Aids for Military Purposes c1902. various authors, 31pp
14 illustrations in text (RAI) £5 80gms
231 List of Armoured Ships of newer type belonging to foreign navies 1880, 27pp
(RUSI) £5 110gms
232 The present state of the question of fortification 1866, by Capt. H.Schaw , R.E. 21pp (RUSI) £5 90gms
233 Revolving system of sighting guns 1884, by Major L.K.Scott R.E., 24pp, 4 fold out plates with detailed drawings, 4 illustrations in text. (RAI) £10 130gms.
234 Fortifications in Savage Warfare 1895, by Major W.D. Conner, R.E., 26pp, 9 plates of which 6 are fold out, detailed scale maps and plans with side views of various
construction of Fortifications 1855-1895. (REI) £15. 110gms.
235 Ironclads , Present and future 1870, by Charles FHenwood , 26pp, 4 pages of Plates showing cross section views of construction of various ships bulkheads. (RUSI) £10 90gms.
236 Personal reminiscences of the evolution of Small Arms 1863-1898, by Lt. Col. W
.N. Lockyer R.A. 32pp. (RUSI) £5 80gms
237 Mount -Storms System of Breech-Loading 1864, by Mr. F.A. Braendlin , 15pp, 18
detailed illustrations showing rifle breech system with that of Westley Richards,
Terry’s, and Greens. Also 9pd Field Gun. (RUSI) £10. 90gms
238 Provisional Fortification 1882, by Lt. C.S.Clarke , R.E. in 2 parts, 17pp, 12 plates
( fold out) with detailed scale plans & cross section drawings of various Fortifications & Redoubt’s . (REI) £15. 160gms.
239 Accuracy of Artillery Fire 1887, by Major G.Mackinlay , R.A. 52pp, 12 plates with 17 illustrations . (RUSI) £10 140gms
240 Proposed alterations in our Military Dress, Arms 1851, by Lt.Col . E.Napier , 28pp, 2 full figure drawings of uniforms. (CUSJ) £10, 80gms
241 Notes on the Swiss Artillery 1889-1903, various authors, 23pp, 5 illustrations
/ photos( RAI) £5 70gms
242 The Defence of Portsmouth 1860 by Col. S.Adair , 28pp 1 map (RUSI) £10 80gms.
243 The Austrian R.B.L. (15cm) 6-Inch Siege Gun of Bronze-Steel 1877 by Major
J.F.Owen , R.A. 10pp, 9 tables, 3 drawings in text, 4 plates. (RAI) £5. 80gms
244 Barracks c1862, by Lt. Col. T.B. Collingson R.E. 20pp, 4 fold out plans of
elevations to scale of Artillery,Cavalry,Infantry Barrack layouts.(RUSI) £10.120gm
245 Development of Artillery Missiles during 1870. by Capt. C.O. Browine , R.A. 20pp, 11 drawings in text. (RAI) £5 90gms
246 The Dress and Accoutrements of the Infantry of the Line c1864, by Major Lynden Bell, 11pp ,9 plates with 21 illustrations of equipment & uniforms.(RUSI) £5. 90gms
247 Notes on Mountain Artillery c1888. by various authors, 19pp, 7 illustrations in
text . (RAI) £5. 90gms
248 The Defence of London c1860. by Colonel Shaft Adair. 20pp 1 fold out map.
(RUSI) £5. 100gms
249 Notes on the Comparatice Penetration of shot and shell from rifles and smooth –
bore Ordnance into a natural and man made earthworks c1865. by Capt. W.S
Boileau R.E. 20pp, 4 fold out plates+1 other showing detailed layouts (RUSI )£ 10.
250 Ships versus Forts c1889. by Captain T.S.Jackson R.N. 40pp, 6 maps.(REI) £10.
251 Experimental Firing with 6- cm( 2.36 In) Q.F. Guns at the Krupp Works,German c1893 . 16pp inc. 3 Tables (RUSI) £5 80gms
252 Notes on Armour Plates & their behaviour under fire c1894 by Capt. Tresidder R.E. 36pp, 10 illustrations in text,2 plates (RUSI) £10 90gms
253 Quick Firing Field Equipment on the Continent c1899 by Capt. L.R. Keyon /The Service of Quick-Firing Guns in Cost Defence by Capt. G.Tyacke R.A., 22pp, 8 illustrations in text (RAI) £10 100gms
254 Recent Theories of the Organizations of Fortified Places c1888, by Lt. Col. J.H.G Browne, R.A. 15pp (RAI) £ 5 80gms
255 The Place and use of Torpedo-Boats in War c1892 by W.Laird , 32pp (RUSI) £80gms
256 The Design of Soldiers Barracksc1895, by Major Scott- Moncrieff , R.E. 12pp, 11 fold-out scale drawings (REI ) £ 15140gms
257 Naval Great Guns and Gunnery c1875, by John Scott Russell, 19pp, 6 illustrations in text (RUSI) £5 90gms
258 Repeating Rifles, A short account of those of France,Norway Austria and Switzerland c1878, by Lt. W.H.James R.E. (RUSI) £5 60gms
259 The Shooting of our Coast Artillery and How to improve it c1899, by Major –General J.F.Owen , R.A. (RAI) £ 10 70gms
260 The Accuracy of our Service Field Range Finders c1887, by Major A.W.White R.A. 18pp, 10 illustrations in text (RUSI) £ 10 80gms
261 Fortification Vs Forts 1863 by Col. C.Owen , C.B. and Captain J.J.Wilson , 34pp(REI) £5. 70gms
262 Recent Inventions in Gunpowder 1889 by W.H.Deering , 21pp (RUSI) £5 90gms
263 The Equipment and Transport of Modern Armies 1888 by Colonel H.M.Hozie 24pp ( RUSI) £5. 60gms
264 Pointed Bullets by Captain J.H.Hardcastle /The New German Rifle Bullet 1907 20pp, 4 B & W photos, 11 B & W ill. In text. (RAI) £10. 90gms
265 The Defence (Land) of Coast Defence 1904 by Colonel R.F. Johnson R.A., 16pp (RAI) £5. 80gms
266 The Macomber Gun 1874 by D.O.Macomber , 17pp, 1 plate .( RUSI) £10 . 60gms
267 Searchlights in the Field 1910, 19pp. (RAI) £10. 90gms
268 The Materials & Structure of Rifle Cannon 1865 by John Anderson, 20pp, 4 plates ,( RUSI) £10. 70gms
269 Tents: from their earliest period to the present day 1860 by Godfrey Rhodes & George Truner , 36pp, 2 plates, 16 illustrations in text. (RUSI) £10. 90gms
270 The Mode of determing the accuracy of Artillery 1860 by Prof. W.Pole . 14pp, 5 illustrations in text ( RUSI) £5. 70gms.
271 The Shako: its History and use by the British Army 1800-1878, by Brevet-Major H.Fitzm-Stacke , M.C. pub 1931. 16pp, 13 illustrations in text, 8 plates with 22 illustrations of various view of design of shako used in the British Army with source of design, various measurements, plume colour, cap lines, worn at which battles. (RUSI) £10. 100gms
272 Coast fortresses during the American war of independence by Col. W.R.W.Jame , R.A. pub 1914 26pp, 4 detailed maps £10 (RUSI) 70gms
273 The Motion of Projectiles fired from rifled ordnance 1862 by Major C.H.Owe R.A. 26pp, 9 illustrations in text, 5 tables, 3 plates showing 9 designs of projectiles for rifled ordnance £10 (RUSI) 70gms
274 The Shield Protection for troops in the field 1900 by Captain A.D. Furse , 18pp, 6 plates of designs £5 (RUSI) 80gms
275 Palliser’s (Chilled) Shot and shells/shells for Rifles Field Guns 1868 by Captain V.D. Majendie R.A., 16pp, 5 illustrations in text £10 (RAI) 80gms
276 The study in field engineering :the Battle of Woerth by Captain R.Da Casta Porter R.E. 24pp, 2 fold out maps pub.1895 £10 (REI) 80gms
277 The Guns and Cail’s Rifled Projectiles 1865 by R.Cail , 9pp, 5 plates with 1 illustrations of bore, ammunition etc. £10 (RUSI) 70gm
278 Thoughts on Coast Defence suggested by the Boer War 1901 by various authors 1899 £5 (RAI) 90gms
279 Experiments at Bucharest 1886 by Major O’Callagham R.A., & Captain G.S.Clarke , R.E. 40pp, 11 plates of German cupola, French turret, effects of firing on cupola, turret etc. Detailed position of shot. £10 (RAI) 90gms
280 The adoption of the single barrel Machine Gun for land service 1885 by Major West 26pp 4 plates with 6 illustrations of animal harness, single barrel machinegun mounted on limber, detail of fixings/A Machine-Gun Battery and its equipment by Capt Benson, details of its employment, equipment, strength of manpower and horses.£10 (RUSI) 80gm
281The different systems of signalling in the field 1893 by Col. F.G.Keyser C.B. 23pp ( RUSI) £5 70gm
282 The present knapsack and accoutrements of the infantry soldier 1860 by Capt. W.C. Maclean , 11pp, 5 plates, with 9 illustrations/ How ought Volunteer Rifle Corps to be accoutred c1860 by Capt. J.M. Carter, 8pp, 4 plates, 10 illustratins of equipment, straps, pack. (RUSI) £10 90gm
283 The proposed plan for working Heaviest ordnance on board armour- plated ships and in fortifications, with complete protection for the men c1864 by Capt. E.A. Inglefield 18pp, 1 fold out plate with 4 illustrations (RUSI) £10. 90gms
284 The Magazine Rifle of 6.5 Calibre 1893 by Capt. Of Artillery J. Franenkel13pp, 7 plates, 1 fold out, 18 illustrations (RUSI) £10 100gms
285 American Navy: its orgnization , ships, armament and recent experiences c1868 by John. R.Hamilton , 30pp, 7 plates inc 4 maps, illustrations of Morta , Monitor turret, Irondclad Tennessee . (RUSI) £10 100gms
286 Field Glasses and Telescopes 1902 by Lt. Col. T.V.W.Phillips , 28pp( RAI) £5 70gms
287 Heavy Artillery 1903 by Lt. Col. C.E. Callwell & Col. H.C.C.D.Simpson 28pp (RAI ) £ 5 80gms
288 Notes on Bridging 1894 by Major F.J.Aylmer V.C., 16pp,11 plates 1 fold out, 16 illustrations, in text (REI) £15 120gms
289 Intrenching Tools 1880 by Lt. Col. G.Upton Prior, 13pp, 4 plates, 14 illustrations. (RUSI) £10 70gms
290 A Motor Field Battery/Engine Traction for Artillery 1900 by Major H.A.Bethell / Engine Traction for Artillery by Lt. Col. Johnson, 16pp, 3 plates 2 fold out. (RAI) £10 100gms
291 Italian Coast Defence Ordnance from 1855-1888 , 15pp , 6 tables (RUSI) £5 50gms
292 A method of Manoeuvring controllable Torpedoes 1894 by Lt. C.W.Sleeman , R.N., 18pp, 7 tables (RUSI) £10 80gms
293 Comparison of the French and German Systems of Fortifications 1859 15pp (REI) £15 80gms
294 The field artillery of principal euro armies 1849 47pp, 7 tables (CUSJ) £10 110gms
295 Coast fortresses during the Napoleonic war 1803-05 by Col. W.R.James pub 1913 32pp (RUSI) £10 80gms
296 Iron shield experiment 1870 by Lt. Col. Inglis R.E. 15pp, 5 plates with 11 illustratons . (REI) £10 90gms
297 Notes upon narrow-gauge rolling stock 1883 by Major J.R.Hogg R.E., 7pp, 5 plates , 4 fold out on 18-inch gauge locomotive, 18-inch gauge locomotive constructied at the Vulcan works ,Chatham Defence works truck, 18-inch gauge bogie wagon, 18-inch gauge rail carriage for transport of convicts. (REI) £ 10 80gms
298 Notes on armoured plated turrets, commonly called cupolas c1864 by Capt. E.Harding Stewartg R.E., 10pp, 10 plates, 5 fold out showing Erigsson cupola, Coles cupola, turret of Royal Sovereign, 10 ½-Inch Gun and Carrige , cupola applied to the Salient of a fort, to a sea fort, plan & side view. (REI) £10 90gms
299 Hutting made by the board of officers assembled in the Crimean c1858 by Capt. Binney R.E., 16pp, 6 plates, 3 fold out showing the Gloucester soldiers hut, soldiers hut constructed by the Saedinan Army, Hospital Hut. (REI) 100gms
300 Portsmouth Fortifications & Dockyards 1862, 24pp (CUSJ) £10 70gms
301 Field Gun of the Future 1893 by Major E.Lambart, R.A..16pp(RUSI).£5 70gms
302 Rifles and Rifling c1873 by Captain J.B.O’Hea, 19pp, 2 plates, 1 fold out with 19 illustrations. (RUSI) £10 70gms
303 Notes on the Royal Arsenal, the cradle of the Regiment 1935 by Col. O.F.G.Hogg, R.A., 23pp, 6 B £ W Plates, 3 maps. (RAI) £10 80gms
304 Transport of troops in the U. K. 1890 by Lt.Col.G.Findlay, 26pp. £5 110gms
305 Field Artillery 1889 by Major General C.B.Brackenbury R.A. 25pp, 2 plates, fold out (REI) £10 80gms
306 The future of the Torpedo 1897 by Vice-Admiral P.H.Colomb, 25pp (RUSI) £5 70gms
307 Quick-Firing and Machine Guns 1888 by T.Nordenfelt, 11pp, 10 plates fold out including 3pd Automatic QF plans, box mechanism, 6pd, 14pd plans and ammunition, 57mm Nordenfelt Gun in disappearing turret.REI) £15 120gms
308 Balloons in War/Balloons for Field Artillery 1906 by Major C.B.Levita & Col. J.E.Capper, 24pp, 3 illustrations in text.(RAI) £10 70gms
309 History of Cannon 1849 by Louis Bonaparte, 16pp (CUSJ) £5 80gms
310 Trials of Shell-Proof and Bonb-proof shelters 1879 by Jos Ceipek, 11pp, 11 plates with 13 detailed illustrations including dimensions (REI) £10 80gms
311 Improvements of the Rifle as a weapon c1858 by Lt.Col. Fox 41pp, 5 plates with 22 illustrations (RUSI) £5 110gms
312 Hydraulic Gun Mountings of French Ships 1895 by T.J.Haddy, 26pp, 14 illustrations in text, 5 fold out plates (RUSI) £15 130gms
313 Army Signalling and its use in War 1897 Lt-Col. Kennedy 30pp (RUSI) £10 60gms
314 Fast Cruizers 1888 by Sir E.J.Reed, 21pp, 2 figs in text, 2 tables (RUSI)£10 80gms
315 Notes on the Defence of a Modern Fortress 1890 by Lt. Col. Walford R.A. 20pp, diagram of defence of Paris. (RUSI) £10 80gms
316 Prospect for a twin gun balance for firing en barabet 1868 by Lt. J.R.Hogg R.E. 9pp, 4 fold out plates with detailed scale plans of gun, carriage, emplacement, parapet, with sections (REI) £10 80gms
317 Bridging in the peninsular war pub 1897, by Capt. G.I.F.West, R.E. 14pp, 2 fold out plates with 13 detailed illustrations of bridging equipment (REI) £15 80gms
318 The Pneumatic Dynamite Gun firing high explosive 1885/Notes on the U.S. Dynamite Gun Cruiser “Vesuvius” by Capt. Fox/The Graydon Dynamite Projector by Lt-Col. Loraine, 15pp, 4 illustrations in text (RUSI) £10 70gms
319 The Permanent Way of Railways 1899 by James C.Inglis, 19pp, 11 illustrations in text, 5 B & W fold out plates (REI) £10 70gms
320 Modern Military Rifles c1905 by Major, The Hon Fremantle, 32pp £10 80gms
321 The emperor Louis napoleon’s new system of Field Artillery 1855, 18pp, 8 tables (CUSJ) £5 50gms
322 Machine Guns with Cavalry 1894 by Capt. W.A.Thomson,24pp (RUSI) £10 70gms
323 Military Notes round Plevna and on the Danude 1877 by Lt. F.Welch, 22pp, 9 plates with 10 illustrations, plans (RUSI) £15 70gms
324 The Japanese Field and Mountain Artillery 1904 by Capt.Vincent,/Russian and Japanese Field Guns, Notes on recent changes in the Jpanese Field Artillery manuals by Capt. Calthrop. 21pp (RAI) £5 60gms
325 Fortification and its tactical application 1904, by Captain H.F.Thuiller 28pp (REI) £10 70gms
326 Protection of Warships against torpedoes, Mines & underwater hits 1902 by Baron Roenne 32pp, 12 illustrations in text. £10 90gms
327 Coast Defence from and Imperial Standpoint 1904 by Colonel E.W.Cotter 23pp 3 figs in text. £5 60gms
328 The Russian Mountain Artillery 1886 by Major J.C.Dalton 3pp,1 fold out plate with carriage, horse team, marness, ammunition & boxes. RAI) £10 50gms
329 Notes on the evolution of uniform 1660-1822 by D.Hastings-Irwin, pub 1915 ,26pp .£10 60gms
330 Coast Artillery in action by Lt.-Col. J.R.J.Jocelyn R.A. 23pp,4 illustrations in text (RAI) £10 50gms
331 The influence of Breech-loading arms on tactics and on the supply of Ammunition in the field c1878 by Col. E.Clive 50pp £10 100gms
332 The systems of mounting and placing guns on board ships of the Royal Navy 1893 by H.O.Arnold-Foster, 22pp £10 90gms
333 Wireless Telegraphy 1898 by Capt. J.N.C. Kennedy R.E. 18pp, 8 illustrations £10 80gms
334 A new system of throwing high explosive 1897 by Hudson Maxim, 18pp 15 plates with 34 illustrations £10 100gms
335 Saddles 1892 by Lt. Col. The Hon H.G.L. Crichton, 34pp 22 illustrations £10 90gms
336 The Draught of Military Carriages 1890 by Col. Hobart, 25pp £5 60gms
337 Armour-plate trials at Pola, Austria 1894, 4pp 6 plates £10 50gms
338 Shot-proof Gun-Shields as adapted to Iron-cased ships 1860 by Captain C.P. Coles R.N., 9pp, 4 plates , 2 fold out . £10 70gms
339 A system of Air Torpedoes 1885 by F.A.Coner, 18pp, 5 plates, 1 fold out. £10 70gms
340 Modern Military Rifles and fire tactics 1888 by Col. C.G. Slade ,20pp £10 50gms
341 Military Ballooning in the British Army 1902 by Col. C.M.Watson 21pp (REI) £5 50gms
342 Modern artillery as exhibited at Paris 1867 by Lt.-Col. C.H.Owwn R.A., 15pp, 6 plates with 10 illustration £10 60gms
343 Notes on Britsh Military Uniforms to 1918 various authors, 28pp, 1 plates by R.Simkin. £10 70gms
344 The rifle and the rampart or the future of defence 1864 by Captain H.W. Tyler R.E., 33pp, 11 plates, 3 fold out with 28 illustrations. £10 120gms
345 The Dashiell gun 1894, 3pp 6 plates. £10 40gms
346 The Defence of Plevna 1896 by W.V.Herbert, 24pp (REI) £10 50gms
347 The Naval Attack of a Fortress 1877 by Commander C.Bridge R.N. 20pp (REI) £10 50gms
348 Reports upon concrete revetmonts at Newhaven fort by Lt. Ardagh R.E. 7pp, 1 map, 4 plates with 9 illustrations (REI) £5 50gms
349 The Armstrong and Whitworth guns 1860 26pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
350 Railways for military communications in the field 1882 by Col. J.P. Maquay R.E. 24pp, 14 plates with 38 illustrations (REI) £10 75gms
351 Mounting of Twelve 12-Ton Guns at Malta 1870 by 10 th Brigade R.A. 6pp, 6 fold out plans showing method/layout of instullation. (RAI) £10 70gms
352 The relation between local Fortifications and the Navy by Rear-Admiral P.H.Colombe 54pp £10 100gms
353 The Moncrieff System and casemates 1868 25pp 1 illustration in text (CUSJ) £10 60gms
354 Description of the Russian fortifications at bomarsund 1854 34pp, 3 fold out plates with 21 illustrations of Fortifications (REI) £10 90gms
355 The improvement of our artillery/some artilleries of Europe 1863 24pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
356 Covered Wagons of all sizes and capacities for moving stores 1878 7pp,7 tables (2 fold out), 5 fold out plates showing wagons of all sizes & types (REI) £10 100gms
357 The History and present position of the field howitzer 1892 byCapt. J.Ganne,30pp £10 70gms
358 Officers Shoulder-Belt Plates 1902 by S.M.Milne, 9pp,9 illustrations in text £10 40gms
359 Mitrailleuses/The Gatling Gun 1871 by Capt. Rodges,27pp, 1 illustration in text (CUSJ) £5 60gms
360 The Long Range Gun 1918 by Major J.Maitland-addison 14pp, 5 fold out plates showing Air resistance to projectile, Comparison of Trajectories,Long rage German Gun,scale drawing of shell fired on Paris,Design of New Long range gun. (RAI) £10 90gms
361 Smokless Powders of Nitro-Glycerine Type 1898 by T.J.Haddy, R.N. 17pp, (RUSI) £10 75gms
362 Lessons from the Hotspur-Glatton experiment 1873by N.Barnaby, 31pp, 2 plates, 2 fold out (RUSI) £10 80gms
363 Remarks on Capt. Nolan’s Range-Finding Apparatus 1871 . 10pp, 2 plates, 4
illustrations (RAI) £10 50gms
364 On Centralisation to the manufacture of War Material 1874 by Capt. C.C.Saxton
, R.A. 18pp (RAI) £10 55gms
365 Ranging a Battery 1892 by Lt.Col. Anderson R.A., 12pp (RAI) £5 60gms
366 Description of Experimental hydraulic field carriage for the 12pd gun 1884 by Capt W.J. Clarke R.A. 6pp, 6 plates (RAI) £10 55gms
367 Floating Batteries 1858 by Capt. Fishbourne, R.N. 12pp, 3 drawings in text (RAI) £10 60gms
368 The defence on the land front of a coast fortress 1911 by Lt.Col. H.De.T.Phillips
R.G.A. 14pp, 4 fold out plates. (RAI) £10 90gms
369 Brief Sketch of the Gunpowder Works of Bengal 1884by Major-General F.W.Stubbs R.A. 14pp, 1 map.(RAI) £10 50gms
370 Artillery mobilisation 1894 by Major F.C.Stone R.A. 35pp (RAI) £10 80gms
371 The Personnel for Submarine Mining 1887 by Lt.Col.Bucknill R.E. 34pp (RUSI) £10 80gms
372 The Training of Garrison Artillery for the attack /defence of Fortress 1882 by Lt.Col Baylay & Smyth 28pp (RAI) £10 70gms
373 The Weldon Range-Finder 1879 by various authors. 38pp, 27 illustrations in text
(RAI) £10 90gms
374 The Rifle and the spade or the future of field operations 1860 by Capt. Tyler R.E.
25pp, 4 illustrations (RUSI) £10 70gms
375 Notes on Field Artillery 1882 by Captain S.C. Pratt 18pp (RAI) £10 50gms
376 Universal Projectiles 1911 by Col. H.A.Bethell, R.F.A.,10pp, 10 plates (RAI) ) £15 70gms
377 Steering steam and other vessels 1863 by Comm. Warren, R.N. 14 pp, 9 plates
(RUSI) £10 60gms
378 The Establishment and organisation of an Arsenal 1872 by Lt. E.H.H. Collen R.A., 21pp (RAI) £10 50gms
379 The future Armament of our field artillery 1871 by Lt. C.Jones R.A. 21pp (RAI) £10 50gms
380 Musing of an engineering officer 1849, 32pp, 3 illustrations in text (CUSJ) £10 70gms
381 Manufacture of Palliser Projectiles,common shell etc.for 9pd RML Gun 1874 by
Major W.R. Barlow R.A. 15pp, 1 graph (RAI) £10 70gms
382 Automatic Sighting 1898,various authors 44pp,18 illustrations (RAI) £15 90gms
383 Coast Defence against torpedo-boat attack by Major-General Richardson/T.B’s raids on harbours by Lt. Vereker 1894 24pp 6 illustrations (RAI) £10 60gms
384 The Lydd Experiments 1882-83 by Col. F.G. Baylay R.A. 28pp (RAI) £10 60gms
385 The New Military Rifle by W.L.Clowes/modern rifle fire by Major Macartney 1894 20pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
386 Historical Notes connected with the Royal Regiment of Artillery 1869 by Capt.
Colomb R.A. 22pp (RAI) £10 60gms
387 The Martini-Henry Rifle/Progress of Martini Henry Rifle 1869 26pp CUSJ £10 70gms
388 The Determination of Range Tables for Rifled Ordnance 1863 by Col. Lefroy/ Method
of compiling a Range Table 1885 by Comm. May 32pp 1 graph (RAI) ) £15 80gms
389 Artillery Positions and screening guns 1897 by Capt. C.D.Guinness R.A. 36pp 4 fold out plates (RAI) ) £15 110gms
390 Wireless Telegraphy & its Military Possibilities 1898 by Capt. W.P. Brett, R.E. 22pp,
3 plates (RAI) £10 70gms
391 Notes on Ordnance exhibited in the Russian National Exhibition at Moscow 1882 bCapt. J.C.Dalton, R.A. 6pp, 9 plates (RAI) £10 70gms
392 The accurate firing of Naval Ordnance by means of vessels motion 1873 by
H.Bessemer 14pp, 6 plates (RUSI) £10 70gms
393 Swords ancient and modern/Sword exercises 1872 , 22pp .CUSJ £5 60g
394 Recent experiments regarding the bursting of heavy guns 1879 by Capt. Orde
Browne, 22pp 4 fold out plates (RAI) ) £15 80gms
395 Cyclists at Volunteer Manoeuvres 1886 by Lt-Col. E.Kensington R.A. 18pp, 3 plates 1 map, (RAI) £10 70gms
396 Our siege artillery, its training ,lessons from Port Arthur 1902 various authors 31pp (RAI) £10 70gms
397 The Attack of entrenchments by field artillery 1879 by Major Kemmis 20pp, 6 plates , 1 fold out (RAI) £10 80gms
398 Notes on handling Artillery in the field with regards to supply of ammunition by Lt- Col.N.L.Walford, R.A. by Lt-Col. N.L. Walford R.A. 20pp. 1890 (RAI) £10 60gms
399 A proposed method of mounting heavy ordnance at sea 1873 by Lt-Col. A.Strange, 22pp (RUSI) £10 60gms
400 Our Service Small-Arms: Their manufacture & Repair 1874 by Major F.S.Stoney,
R.A. 18pp, 5 plates, 6 illustrations in text (RAI) £10 60gms
401 Visual Signalling 1896 by Dr. Ph.F.Wachter. 16pp, 9 plates, 1 fold out showing various lamps and equipment. £10
402 Carriages for elevation and depressing guns about imaginary axes in their muzzles
1864 by Capt. Inglis R.E., 4pp, 4 plates, 3 fold out (REI) £10
403 The lance as a cavalry weapon 1904 by Lt.Col. C.B.Mayne, R.E. 23pp £5
404 Improvements in Small Arms and Artillery 1864. 37pp (CUSJ) £5
405 Screen batteries 1869 . 12pp, 2 plates fold out of layouts (REI) £10
406 Additions to the Barracks at Forton to accommodate the Portsmouth Division of the Royal Marines,1852 by Cat. James R.E. 5pp, 6 fold out plans of buildings (REI) £10
407 A Chapter on Projectiles 1852 30pp (CUSJ) £5
408 The Defence /Forts of Jersey 1836 13pp, 1 map .(CUSJ) £10 60gms
409 The Capabilities of Private firms to manufacture Heavy Ordnance for Her Majesty’s service c1885 by W.Anderson. 24pp £10
410 A few notes on the history of British Army costume 1866. 30pp (CUSJ) £10
411 The Origin of Gunpowder as a projectile force in warfare c1852. 36pp (CUSJ) £5
412 Field Engineering for Home Defence 1900 by Capt. Sorsbie,R.E. 18pp (CUSJ) £10
413 The Infantry sword exercise of 1895 by A.Hutton.26pp (CUSJ) £10
414 Rifle cartridges, with observations on rifle practice 1831 by Col. Macerone,15pp plate in text of cartridge manufacture (CUSJ) £10
415 Suggestions as to the use of machine guns in the field , in combination with infantry c1887 by Major Anderson, R.A. 6pp, 1 map. £10
416 Drawbridges 1848 3pp, 5 fold out detailed plans (REI) £10 60gms
417 Batteries for the defence of coasts, and the adaptation of Gun Carriages to them c1855 by Major-General Yule. 10pp, 15 plates (REI) £10 60gms
418 Fortifications in iron 1863 by Capt. Du Cane, R.E. 12pp. 11plates (REI) £10 60gms
419 Construction and application of valted revents 1862 by Col. Nelson.R.E. 12pp,6plates, 2 fold out of designs (REI) £10
420 The most powerful Ironclad 1879 by Rear-Admiral Selwyn. 20pp £5
421 Fortifications and the defence of the kingdom 1868. 24pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
422 The value of Artillery in the Field 1889. by Major-General Owen R.A. 40pp £5
423 Notes on some of the Huts & other forms of temporary shelter used in the late war of 1870-71 by Lt. Fraser, R.E.. 5pp, 16 plates (REI) £15
424 Increased power of breeching to be obtained by the use of rifled ordnance 1861 by Gen, Sir, J.Burgoyne. 7pp. 4 plates , 1 fold out (REI) £10
425 Revolving loophole constructed of metal 1856 by Mr. Hanlon. 5pp, 6 plates with 10 detailed illustrations (REI) £10
426 Latest improvements in guns and armour 1912. 22pp, 2 plates £10 50gms
427 The use of Field Works in War 1894 by Lt-Gen, Sir,R.Harrison. 17pp (CUSJ) £10
428 Defensive reform 1871 by Capt. A.Parnell. R.E. 36pp (REI) £5
429 Revolving musket proof mantlets for embracue 1856 by Q.M. J.Jones R.E. 4pp, 6
plates 2 fold out (REI) £10
430 Experiments with Grape Shot 1852 . 14pp (CUSJ) £5
431 The position of the torpedo in Naval Warfare 1888 by Capt. H.Grenfell. 25pp £10
432 A Chapter on Gun Carriages 1852. 28pp (CUSJ) £10
433 Rifle guns and missiles 1865. 15pp (CUSJ) £10
434 A few facts relative to the best system of breeching, as exemplified by the experiments carried on at Bapaume c1855. 38pp (CUSJ) £10
435 Notes on the combined use of entrenchments defended ports,& redoubts for
strengthening positions. 1870-71 by Lt.Fraser,R.E. 9pp, 15 plans,4 fold out (REI) £15
436 Remarks on effect of the armament of cannon & rifle lately adopted by the British
Army 1861 by Major C.Shaw. 20pp(CUSJ) £10
437 Observations relating to works in progress and proposed for defence of naval ports, Arsenals and Dockyards 1860 by Major Jervous. 10pp, 10 fold out detailed plates (REI) £15
438 The United States Artillery and our own 1866. 26pp, 2 fold out (CUSJ) £10 100gms
439 Suggestions for adapting fortifications to present means of attack 1862 by
Lt.Col. Graham. 13pp 2 plates fold out . (REI) £10 80gms
440 The Future of Naval Attack on Defence 1863 by Capt. Selwin, R.N. 42pp £5 90gms
441 Laggers in the Zulu War pub188, Lt Rda Costa Porter R.E. 13pp, 5 plates(2 fold out) with 14 illustrations/plates (REI) £15 80gms
442 German Long Range/Artillery Organisation pub1922 various authors 24pp, 1 illustration in text RAI £10 60gms
443 New guns versus old fortifications 1862 18pp (CUSJ) £10 70gms
444 Notes on German Shells and Fuzes c1916 by Lt. C.H.Brittan R.A., 12pp, 12 plates with 23 detailed illustrations. (RAI) £10 50gms
445 Frence fortresses and Prussian bombardmnts 1872 12pp (CUSJ) £5 50gms
446 The German Siege Howitzers/German Artillery Material c1914. by various authors, 12pp, 7 B & W plates 2 B & W illustrations (RAI) £10 70gms
447 The intrenched camp at Florisdorff 1868 by Lt. J.Nolan 7pp, 4 illustrations in text 1 pull out map (RAI) £10 50gms
448 Fuze Setters c1914 by Col. Sir H.W. Barlow C.B. 26pp, 27 detailed cross section illustrations with listing of parts etc. ,(RAI). £10 60gms
449 Remarks on Casemate batteries, their applications to Sea Defences/Coast Defence 1854 by Capt. Walford/Wilson 17pp, plates in text (RAI) £10 70gms
450 Trench Motars in the Great War/Design of a Mortar for close support c1921 various artists 29pp (RAI) £10 70gms
451 Remarks on military breech-loading rifles and ammunition 1868 by various artists, 14pp, 8 detailed illustrations in text (RAI) £10 60gms
452 British Heavy and Siege Batteries in France by Mojor A.F.Becke 1923 (RAI) £10 50gms
453 Calver’s Wave Screen Captain A.Sleight’s 1858 Floating sea barriers for the formation of Harbours etc. 24pp, 5 illustrations (CUSJ) £10 60gms
454 The Drill Regulations of the German Field Artillery 1889 by Lt.Col. Walford, 28pp, 10 plates showing troop movements £10 90gms
455 Home Defence 1901 by Capt. R.F.Sorsbiere 18pp (CUSM) £10 50gms
456 Notes on the organisation and employment of siege artillery 1877 by Capt. Walker 26pp (RAI) £10 60gms
457 The Rhine and its Fortresses 1864 16pp (CUSJ) £10 70gms
458 The application of Rifled cannon to the operation of Breaching unseen defences by high angle fire 1863 by7 Col. Lefroy 19pp, 9 illustrations in text (RAI) £10 50gms
459 Military Engineering in the sixteenth century 1848 by G.Mouchet 18pp (CUSJ) £10 70gms
460 The Bursting of a 6-inch R.B.L. Gun 1866 by Col. J.F.Owen, 14pp, 3 fold out plates (RAI) £10 80gms
461 The Rifle: the necessity for its introduction as a universal weapon 1857 by Lt.Col. Walford 16pp (CUSJ) £10 40gms
462 The Science of Gunnery 1858 by Capt. Boxer 28pp, 4 illustrations in text (RAI)£10 60gms
463 Fortifications of the Meuse/Coast Defence of Germany & France 1892 by various authours, 15pp 1 map (CUSJ) £10 70gms
464 Coast Defence 1868, 14pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
465 Precis of Lydd Experiments Aug & Sept. 1884 by Col.Baylay 26pp,1 illus. (RAI) £10 60gms
466 Colonel Jacobs improved rifle and projectile 1857 22pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
467 Organization of the auxiliary services in a besieged fortresses 1879 by Capt. J G.Booth,48pp £10 90gms
468 Recent experiments with heavy rifled guns in Russia 1868 15pp,3 plates with 6 illustrations, 1 fold out (RAI) £10 70gms
469 The Service Range Finders for Infantry and for reconnaissance 1894 by Major Verner 15pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
470 Comparative Advantages of B.L.& M.L. systems for field artillery 1887 by Lt.Col. F.Miller V.C. 21pp (RAI) £10 50gms
471 Essays on Artillery 1902 by Capt. C.H.Wilson 37pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
472 The determination of distances in the field 1861by Lt. Col. Clerk,7pp,3 fold out plates (RAI) £10 60gms
473 Experiments against wrought iron plates with the 9.2-inch B.L. Armstrong gun 1886 by Capt. Penton, 4pp,5 illustrations in text, 2 fold out (RAI) £10 50gms
474 Fortifications in an artillerstical point of view 1861 by Lt. A.Doull, 19pp, 2 maps,6 plates, 1 fold out . £10 80gms
475 Muzzle-Pivoting Gun and Carriage by Lt. Shaw 1864 ,14pp, 8 detailed plates (RAI) £10 80gms
476 The proposed American Fortifications and their influence on our colonies
in North America 1863 11pp (CUSM) £5 50gms
477 Some notes on/Long Range Guns of the French Heavy Artillery 1921 by Brig-Gen W.Evans 24pp (RAI) £10 50gms
478 The Artillery in 1870-71 from a general army point of view 1893 by Col. J.F.Maurice, 44pp, illustration (CUSM) £10 100gms
479 Results of Experiments made to the various forms of rifling 1863 by various authors 11pp, 5 plates (RAI) £10 70gms
480 The Effect of the introduction of rifled cannon on Naval Architecture 1860 by Capt. Fishbourne, R.A., 19pp, 8 illustrations in text £10 80gms
481 Fiske’s Telemetric and pointing instruments 1898 by G.Moch, 16pp, 18 illustrations in text. (RAI) £10n 80gms
482 Notes on the Gun armament of large Battleships 1909 , 19pp, 7 illustrations in text £10 60gms
483 Effects on Coast Defence of Naval Developments 1910 by various authors, 31pp,RAI £10 80gms
484 The Field Artillery and the Great Rebellion by Lt. Hime, pub 1870 20pp, 8 Ill in text RAI £10 60gms.
485 Rifle Practice in the Austrian Infantry 1872 11pp CUSJ £10 60gms
486 The Organization of Q.F. Artillery/of Field Artillery 1904 by various authors 13pp RAI £10 70gms
487 The New works of Fortification at Antwerp 1864 by various authors 15pp, 1 fold out plate REI £10 90gms
488 Comparative Advantage of B.L.& M.L.systems on Rifled Field Art.1868 by Lt,Col. F.Miller V.C. 21pp RAI £10 60gms
489 Naval Attack of Fortifications 1892 by Capt. H.J.May 21pp RAI £10 60gms
490 Design of A Rolling Bridge/Equilibrium drop bridge/Drawbridge 1873 by Various authors 7pp, 7 illustrations REI £10 90gms
491 Military Transport c1879 by Lt.Col. C.Parson 15pp RUSI £10
492 Coast Defences 1857 by Gen. Sir J.F.Burgoyne 4pp, 2 plates 1 fold out REI £10 50ms
493 Portable Guns/Pack Battery2.75 B.L./Pack Bt. in Mountain Warfare 1920 by various authors 29pp, 6 B & W photos RAI £10 90gms
494 Description of Elastic Pads invented by the Chevalier Angelini 6pp, 5 plates 1866 £10 60gms
495 Guns and Gunners a review upto 1815, by Lt. Col. J.H.Mitchell, pub1913 18pp RAI £10 90gms
496 Military Riding Schools 1862 by Major C.B.Ewart 1pp, 10 plates, +2 fold out plates REI, £10 80gms
497 The effect of Gun Fire on Modern Ships 1902 by various authors 34pp RAI £10 80gms
498 Iron Protection for Casemates Embrazures 1863 2pp 3 plates REI £10 60gms
499 The Necessity for Officers of all branches studying the problems involved in the defence of Coast Fortresses. 1910 by W.R.W. James 20pp RAI £10 90gms
500 Notes on the Origin, Formation, Dress of the Madras Horse Artillery 1907 by Major J.H.Leslie, 9pp, 9 plates RAI £10 80gms
501 The influence of Coast Fortresses on Naval Strategy 1912 by Lt.Col. W.R.W.James 46pp £10 100gms
502 New System of Fortifications by James Fergussion 1859 30pp RAI £10 75gms
503 The Pom Pom : its organisation and Future 1902 by various authors 11pp RAI £10 60gms
504 Supply, Care & repair of Artillery material for Canadian Milita 1878 by Capt. Montizambert 25pp RAI £10 70gms
505 Remarks on Sighting Ordnance 1859 by Capt. Haultain 12pp, 7 ill. RAI £10 70gms
506 Notes on Fuze and Projectile Designing 1906 by various authors 27pp, 13 illustrations in text RAI £10 80gms
507 Signalling and Telephony in Coast Defence/The Patton Telegraph 1904 by various authors 28pp, 5 illustrations in text RAI £10 80gms
508 Armoured Plated Railway Wagons used during the siege of Paris 1870 by Lt. Fraser, 4pp, 6 plates, REI £10 60gms
509 A New system of Limber and Ammunition Wagon 1861 by Capt. Leslie, 18pp, 3 plates in text RAI £10 50gms
510 The Value of Coast Fortresses/Landings against/role of mobile defence1907 by various authors 32pp RAI £10 90gms
511 Torpedo-Boat Destroyers 1895 by Mr. J.I.Thornycroft 15pp, 4 plates £10 70gms
512 Notes on the Defence of Charleston, South Carolina 1864 by Lt. Innes, 15pp, 1 map REI £10 60gms
513 Experiments with new Horse & Field Artillery Equipments 1906 by various authors 18pp, 3 plates RAI £10 60gms
514 The Relative importance of mobility & shell fire in Field Artillery 1888 by Capt. F.G.Stone , 27pp, 5 plates RAI £10 90gms
515 Remarks on Pontoons and suggestions on their improvement 1858 by various authors 28pp, 7 plates, 2 fold out REI £10 120gms
516 The elements of Fire Control in the Navy 1901 by De Profundis 35pp £10 90gms
517 Optical Aids & Variable Power Telescopes for Artillery Purposes 1903 by various authors 10pp, 2 plates in text RAI £10 60gms
518 Coast Defence/ Coast Defence suggested system of fighting A Battery command in Coast Defence 1896 by Capt.Lowe and Capt Sandford 20ppn RAI £10 70gms
519 Mountain Artillery Establishments, Training, personal, equipment 1886 by various authors, 45pp, 2 plates RAI £10 100gms
520 Notes on Ranging with Field and Mountain Guns 19006 by various authors 18pp RAI £10 60gms
521 Iron-Plated Scarp c1862 by Lt. Miller, R.E. 3pp, 5 plates REI £10 50gms
522 The Guns, Gunners and Gunnery of the English Renaissance,by Maj-Gen Sir J.Headlam pub 1940, 22pp, 12 plates RAI £10 60gms
523 Infantry Equipment pre 1854 by various authors,pub 1830-49 31pp, 5 plates (CUSJ) £10 75gms
524 The Ship’s Chronometer, its History and Development 1890 by Henry Dent Gardner 26pp, 6 plates £10 60gms
525 Gunpowder Buildings c1851 by Capt. Yorke R.E. 4pp, 6 plates.REI £10 40gms
526 Royal Gun Factory/Our Armaments at Woolwich c1867, 21pp, 2 engravings £10 60gms
527 Experiments in Breeching by means of High Angle fire at Graudenz c1874, by Lt. T.Fraser, R.E. 7pp, 3 tables, 2 fold out drawings, 8 B & W photos REI £10 80gms
528 What Happens inside the Gun and Why/The Design of Gun Barrels pub 1943 by Capt. C.J.Tranter, 22pp, 12 plates (RAI) £10 60gms
529 The Communications in a Coast Fortress c1913, 26pp (RAI) £5 70gms
530 The English Artillery in the Middle Ages by Maj-Gen.Sir J.Headlam pub 1941, 11pp, 6 plates(RAI) £10 70gms
531 The Problem of the Light Automatic Gun/The Bren Light Machine Gun pub 1936 by various`authors, 11pp, 2 plates £10 60gms
532 Naval Costume Past & Present by Commander R.N.Suter pub 1921, 21pp £10 50gms
533 A reasonable system of Coast Defence c1898, by Capt. S.Lushington,R.A.16pp £ 5 40gms
534 The error of the Bow Gun and other errors incidental to the practice at sea c1863 by Benjamin Sharp, 20pp, 4 plates £10 60gms
535 Guard-Rooms and Regimental Officers in Barracks c1873, by Lt.Col. C.B.Ewart,C.B. 2pp, 3 fold out plates REI £ 10 40gms
536 Anti-Aircraft Gunnery/The 3.7-Inch A.A. Gun & its construction 1939 by various`authors, 19pp, 3 plates £10 60gms
537 The Resistance of Armour Plate c1871, by Lt. English 16pp, 2 plates REI £10 80gms
538 Artillery Equipments used in the Field during the last 25 years/Heavy and Siege Artillery . pub 1923, by Maj-Gen Sir Stanley Von Donop 18pp RAI £10 50gms
539 Notes on the Construction of Magazines c1863, by Lt.Home 2pp, 3 plates REI £10 40gms
540 Flotilla Craft/Life in a Gunboat on the West Coast of Africa 1898 by various authors, 17pp, 3 B & W Photos (CUSJ) £10 80gms
541 Machine Sapping c1883 by Major J.A.Armstrong, 4pp, 6 plates REI £10 50gms
542 Cavalry Equipment ,Organization and Distribution c1890, by Col. F.J.Graves 24pp £10 50gms
543 The 75mm Field Gun as a close support weapon.by Col. E.Pagezy Pub 1927 20pp, 4 maps. RAI £10 50gms
544 The Application of Electricity from different sources to the explosion of Gunpowder c1858 by C.Wheatstoune & F.A.Abel, 28pp, 4 plates with 14 illustrations REI £10 70gms
545 Role of the Fortress in Modern War c1928 by Mar-Gen Sir E.I.Renside 14pp, 3 maps, 1 B & W photo RAI £5 50gms
546 Improvements in Diving Dress and other Apparatus for working underwater c1860 by J.W.Heinke, 19pp, 4 plates £10 85gms
547 Firing at Armour-clads reduced to a system c1872 by Capt. C.O.Brown, R.A. 17pp, 1 fold out drawing £10 70gms
548 A Short Gun throwing a heavy sharp edged projectile c1867 by Lt-Gen W.H.Huthinson, 27pp, 1 fold out diagram £10 75gms
549 Slade-Wallace Equipment/Wallace intrenching tool c1888 by Col. Slade and Major Wallace, 9pp, 4 plates £10 60gms
550 An account of some Experiments and patented Method of manufacture cannon c1859 by Capt Blakely, R.A. 18pp, 8 plates £10 75gms
551 War Rockets as a substitution for Artillery (1852) 17pp, 3 illustrations in text (CUSJ) £10 70gms
552 The Utility of Permanent Fortification 1930 by Lt.Col. Morin 15pp, 1 map (RAI) £10 40gms
553 Naval Gunnery and the use of Artillery 1830’s- 50’s by various authors 8 papers, 45pp, 2 illustrations in text (CUSJ) £10 100gms
554 Recent Trials of Angulated Plate for Ships of War 1860 22pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
555 The Royal Regiment of Artillery in the XVIIIth Century pub 1942 18pp,6 drawings (RAI) £10 60gms
556 Improved Transport and Pontoon Equipment 1888, 5pp, 2 illustrations £10 40gms
557 Modern Field Engineering 1865 18pp (CUSJ) £10 70gms
558 Dover, Hoyhead & Alderney Refuge Harbours 1861 5 papers,44pp, 3 maps. 3 illustrations in text (CUSJ) £10 100gms
559 The Era of Substitution/Practical Method of Training Gunner Recruits 1917 by various authors, 19pp, 19 illustrations (RAI) £10 80gms
560 Memories of the Old Pipe clay Army 1924 by Col. J.G.Downing 16pp £10 40gms
561 Extracts from the Report on the Experiments at Okehampton in Aug-Sept.1876 30pp £10 60gms
562 Transport and Supply by Fortescue 1904 by The Hon J.W.Fortescue 21pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
563 Armour-Plated Ships, their stability of vessels in a seaway 1864 by Mr. Barrass 18pp, 3 plates of illustrations £10 50gms
564 A new System of Signalling between Men-of-War and Merchant Vessels 1890 by Lt W.C. Crutchley R.N.R. 18pp, 2 plates £10 40gms
565 The Romance of Artillery pub 1943 by Brig. O.F.G.Hogg, 28pp, 8 illus in text (RAI) £10 90gms
566 On Means of Estimating Distance in the Field 1850 by various authors 18pp, 7 illustrations in text (CUSJ) £10 80gms
567 Aircraft Attacks or Gunfire against Warships 1936 by various authors 35pp 1 ill. £10 80gms
568 Notes on some works of Field Engineering during the war of 1870-7 by Major Shaw R.A. 10pp , 5 fold out plates with various scale detailed plans & illustrations REI£15 90gms
569 Remarks on the Russian Gun Carriages from the Sea of Azov 1855 6pp, 6 ill(CUSJ) £5 40gms
570 Fortification of Our Dockyards 1898 by Maj-Gen Sir Du Cane 15pp £10 60gms
571 The Shrapnel 1854/Segment and Shrapnel Shells 1869 20pp,3 ill in text(CUSJ)£10 80gms
572 The Invasion and Defence of Great Britain/Our National Defences 1846 35pp(CUSJ) £10 70gms
573 Notes on New Types of Gun Carriage & Artillery 1830’s-50’s 10 papers 32pp, 4 plates(CUSJ) £10 70gms
574 Description of Martini Magazine repeating rifles/Magazine Rifles in War 1899 by various authors 15pp, 8 illustrations £10 70gms
575 Armaments/Naval Artillery of the Future 1906 by various authors 24pp (CUSJ £10 60gms)
576 Notes on Artillery by Col. H.A.Bethell 1907-1912, 4 papers, 36pp (CUSJ) £10 80gms
577 The Present state of Coast Defence 1938 by Major G.R.Johnston,16pp(RAI) £10 70gms
578 Anti-Aircraft Artillery 1923 by Col. H.W.Hill R.A.,38pp, 6 drawings, 6 B & W photos (RAI) £10 80gms
579 The Fortifications of Paris 1841 50pp, 1 map (CUSJ) £10 100gms
580 Development of Artillery Material 1925 by Col. S.W.H.Rawlins 17pp (RAI) £10 40gms
581 Improved Entrenchments 1872 14pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
582 Shot versus Armour 1943 by M.M.Nicolosonj 14pp, 8 illustration (RAI) £10 60gms
583 Clearing and Safety for Long Range Coast Defence Practice/The problem of long range coast defence gunnery 16pp 1939 (RAI) £10 50gms
584 Shipbuilding during the War with France 1793-1815 by Commander H.H.N.Shore /Mech. Appliances in British Dockyards pub 1917 27pp(CUSJ) £10 70gms
585 The Development and future of the Fortress 1932 by Maj-Gen Sir H.F.Thuillier 21pp. 1 map (RAI) £10 80gms
586 The Navies of England and France/Cost of Her Majesty’s Ships 1859 23pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
587 Equipment of Modern Cavalry/Cavalry Costume and Accoutrements 1869 18pp (CUSJ) £10 80gms
588 Ammunition Supply/The Supply of Ammunition in War 1914 by Capt. Salt & Col Gay 22pp. 1 illustration (RAI) £10 60gms
589 Heavy Batteries of the Royal Artillery/Heavy Artillery 1902 by various authors 21pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
590 The Clothing of an Army/Khaki/Dress of the Army 1902 by various authors, 5 papers, 33pp, 4 illustrations (CUSJ) £10 70gms
591 Handling of Heavy Ordnance 1881 by George Fawcuts, 7pp, 5 plates, 1 fold out. £10 80gms
592 Gun cotton, cartridges, rifle projectiles 1866 by various authors 28pp, 6 plates.£10 100gms
593 Captain Norton’s Rifle Projectiles/Breech-Loading Rifles & their ammunition 1858/1865 by various authors 18pp, 13 illustrations in text. (RAI) £10 90gms
594 Automatic Artillery Fire 1884 by Major Bucknill R.E. 15pp, 6 plates. £10 70gms
595 Iron and Steel as materials for Rifle Cannon 1862 by John Anderson 17pp £5 60gms
596 Torpedo Defences 1866 by Nathanel J.Holmes R.E. 17pp. £10 70gms
597 Kings Counterpoise Gun carriage & Platform 1873 by Lt. Bucknill R.E. 7pp,1 fold out plate (REI) £10 60gms
598 A short history of the iron-clad trains pub 1882 by various authors 21pp, 1 fold out plate £10 80gms
599 Working Heavy Guns on Broadside & System of Armaments 1869 by Capt. E.Wulson R.N. 18pp, 4 plates (RAI) £10 70gms
600 Field Artillery on the connected system 1868 by Major W.H.Ross R.A. 18pp 5 plates 1 fold out. £10 90gms
601 Mountain Warfare : India pub 1895 by Major F.C.Carter 30pp, 12 plates, 5 fold out. £15 120gms
602 National Defence and The Invasion of England pub 1859, Fortifications and the National Defence by Sir Howard Douglas /The Defence of our Coasts by Col. Hyslop/National Defence-The Report of the Commissioner/The Invasion of England 37pp (CUSJ) £10 80gms
603 The Storage of Gun Powder/Gun Powder and its successor pub 1872 20pp (CUSJ) £10 80gms
604 The Evolution of the Corps of Royal Engineers/Reorganisation of the R.E.pub 1900 33pp(CUSJ) £10 70gms
605 Gen. Sir Howard Douglas on Iron Defences & Armour Plated Ships pub 1861 39pp (CUSJ) £10 80gms
606 The Revolution of Projectile pub 1856 11pp, 5 ill. In text (CUSJ) £10 50gms
607 Type of Ship/Classification of Warships pub 1898 30pp (CUSJ) £10 70gms
608 Early use of Balloons in War 1782-1865 by C.O.Pullion pub 190112pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
609 Our Naval Establishments pub 1865 15pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
610 Swiss Rifles and Rifle Practice pub 1856 15pp (CUSJ) £10 40gms
611 The Emperor Napoleon’s (III) System of Field Artillery pub1853 13pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
612 Construction of Military Bridges pub 1853 17pp, 3 ill in text (CUSJ) £10 70gms
613 Turret Ships/Turret and Broadside Iron Clad’s pub 1866 41pp (CUSJ) £10 80gms
614 The Military Engineer in Peace and War pub 1905 by Capt. Clayton RE 16pp 9 ill in text (CUSJ) £10 70gms
615 Mountain Artillery by Col. King-Harman /Portable Artillery by Major Simpson/The organisation of Howitzers with Field and Mountain Artillery by Major Bryan pub 1898 17pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
616 Defence of Dockyards by various Authors pub 1861 35pp (CUSJ) £10 70gms
617 Artillery pub 1872 28pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
618 A Century of Naval Gunnery/How The Navy came by their guns pub 1916 by Comm the Hon. H.N.Shore 21pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
619 The Admiralty, The Dockyards and The Navy pub 1861/our Dockyards and Naval and Arsenals pub1867 by various Author 37pp (CUSJ) £10 80gms
620 Our Coast Defence by Maj-Gen D.O’Callagham/The Future of Coast Defence by Lt.A.Moore/Naval Raids and Home Defence by Comm the Hon. H.N.Shore pub 1904 26pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
621 Range-Finding: its destined effect on Tactics by Lt-Col. White pub 1890 34pp 1 graph £10 70gms
622 The Development of the Float Seaplane by H.Harper 19pp 2 B & W photos pub 1938 £10 50gms
623 The Defence of our Naval Fortresses pub 1904/The Problem of Harbour Defence pub 1906 by various authors 20pp (CUSJ) £10 50gms
624 The Military Engineer & his Craft /The Role of the Military Engineer in the Field pub 1906 by various Author 22pp CUSJ £10 50gms
625 Cursory Observations on Naval Architecture pub 1836 25pp (CUSJ) £10 60gms
626 Cyclist Infantry by Lt. Col. Savile, 17pp 8 B & W photos 1898 (REI) £10 65gms
627 A New System of Artillery for projecting a Group of Shot by Gen. O.Vandenburgh,
14pp, 8 plates, 1 fold out 1862 £10 95gms
628 Military Ballooning by Lt. H.B.Jones, 19pp, 2 ill in text 1892 £10 90gms
629 Circular Ironclads by E.J.Reed, 25pp, 2 plates fold out 1876 £10 80gms
630 The possibilities of the Motor –Cycle for Military purposes/Motor Mounted
Infantry by various authors, 12pp, 1 photo. 1909 (CUSJ) £10 70gms
631 Notes on The New Field Gun/Field Artillery for India/Field Artillery on the Connected System/English & French Heavy Guns/Harbour or River Defence, Floating Iron Battery Armed with “Mincrieff Gun Shield & Traversing carriage by various authors,37pp,
2 ill in text 1870 (CUSJ) £10 80gms
632 Home Coast-Defence and Submarine Mines/Submarine Mines in War by various authors 21pp.1901/12 (CUSJ) £10 80gms
633 The Naval Forces of Great Britain and France 16pp pub 1840 (CUSJ) £10 70gms
634 The Rise of Aldershot 16pp pub 1894 (CUSJ) £10 60gms
635 A Brief investigation of certain principles affecting the employment of Artillery in the Field by various authors 19pp 1868 (CUSJ) £10 75gms
636 New Infantry Equipment/Valiser Equipment for the Infantry by various authors, 14pp, 1 plate pub 1869(CUSJ) £10 70gms
637 Volunteer Field Batteries/Position Batteries c1892 by various authors 16pp (CUSJ) £10 90gms
638 Modern Military Rifles 19pp pub 1907 (CUSJ) £10 70gms
639 Why did the Russian Artillery fail at Plevna, 15pp, 1 map pub 1895 (CUSJ) £10 70g
640 Gun-Powder Non-Explosive/Use of Gun-Cotton/New Gun-Powder 19pp 1865(CUSJ) £10 80gms
641 A collection of remarks on Field Artillery their improvement of Practice and their Mobility and concentration by various Authors pub 1858 4 papers, 33pp 5 ill in text (CUSJ) £10 70gms
642 The German Coast Defences 14pp pub 1916 (CUSJ) £10 60gms
643 The Complete Kit of the Infantry Officer by Major G.W.Savile/ The Soldiers Clothing by O.Hayward Porter/The Service Kit of the Infantry Soldier by Major G.W.Savile 14pp, 2 ill in text pub 1901 (CUSJ) £10 60gms
644 The Evolution of the Ship/Modern War Vessels by various authors 23pp 1907 (CUSJ) £10 60gms
645 National Defence 22pp pub 1908 (CUSJ) £10 50gms
646 Comparison of Battleships of England, France and Russia pub 1902 (CUSJ) £10 60gm
647 Coast Defence and the Fleet/The Navy and Coast Defence/Invasion from a Naval Point of View by various authors 36pp pub 1908 (CUSJ) £10 80gms
648 Shrapnel Fire/ Shrapnel Fire of Field Artillery/12pd Shrapnel and its Defence / Thoughts on Shrapnel fire with the 12pd Gun 29pp 8 illustrations in text pub 1890 (RAI) £10 70gms
649 Our Ammunition columns & supply of Ammunition in the Field by Major Raban & Lt-Col Clayton 35pp pub 1893 (RAI) £10 80gms
650 Notes on applied Field Fortifications 38pp, 13 illustrations in text pub 1892 (RAI) £10 80gms
651 Problems with Gunnery 27pp pub 1882 (RAI) £10 60gms
652 Notes on the 5-inch B.L. Howitzer by various Author 25pp, 2 illustrations pub 1899 (RAI) £10 70gms
653 Floating Defence 12pp 3 maps pub 1894 (RAI) £10 70gms
654 Mountain Guns in various Campaigns in India, Bonia,Naga, Frontier Service by various authors 4 papers of 29pp, 1 map pub 1882 (RAI) £10 70gms
655 New Artillery Equipment Design from the 1880’s by various Author 26pp, 1 fold out pub 1883 (RAI) £10 70gms
656 Lord St.Vincent & the Martello Tower/papers by Com. Shore 28pp 1ill. 1915(CUSJ) £10 70gms
657 Extracts from the Diary of Major Stubbs Bengal Horse Artillery 30pp, 6 ill in text, 2 maps p1894 (RAI) £10 70gms
658 Guns in South Africa by Major Ducrot /Type of Guns that should be employed with Field.Artillery in the Field by Major Nicolls 15pp pub 1902 (RAI) £10 70gms
659 A telescopic sight for Field Gun by Lt Downing/Simple Telescopic Sight for Field Guns by Lt. Bethell/The Range-reader by Lt-Col P.Nolan 10pp, 7 illustations 1879 (RAI) £10 60gms
660 Artillery Fired from a Railway Wagon by various authors 8pp, 4 ill. Fold out pub 1886 (RAI) £10 60gms
661 A visit to Messrs Schneider & Co.Le Creusot, France by Bt-Col. Bethell 1909/Patents and Inventions by Capt. Freeth & J.F.H.Templer 1909. 10pp, 5 B & W photos (RAI) £10 70gms
662 Notes on the 1” Nordenfelt Machine Guns, Mountings,Ammo by various authors 15pp, 3 ill. pub 1882 (RAI) £10 60gms
663 The British Artillery in the Waterloo Campaign 36pp, 2 ill in text pub 1893/1909 (RAI) £10 80gms
664 Treatise on the 6-inch B.L. Gun by Major Nanson 24pp, 1 ill, 1 B & W photo pub 1936 (RAI) £10 70gms
665 Siege of Gibraltar 24pp, 10 ill in text, 2 fold out pub1895 (RAI) £15 110gms
666 Modern Gun powder as a propellant 1890 by Major F.W.J. Barker, 22pp, 5 plates £10 80gms
667 Conversion of Screw-line Battle Ships into Armoured Turret ships 1869 by C.F.Henwood, 36pp, 3 fold out plates £10 110gms
668 The telephone at home and in the field 1892 by Major Beresford ,22pp 1 fold out plate £10 100gms
669 Battleships: a forecast 1883 by N.Barnaby 18pp, 3 plates & 2 fold out £10 80gms
670 Movable Steel Mantlet for Protection of Artillery & Troops 1869 by Charles B.Eddy 11pp, 4 plates, 1 fold out £10 80gms
671 Description of a Range Finder/Prism Range Finder pub 1882 18pp, 2 plates (RAI)£10
672 The pack artillery of the Egyptian army pub 1929 15pp(RAI) £10
673 Composition and strength of a Siege Train pub 1896 26pp(RAI) £10
674 The Woolwich and Heavy Rifled Guns pub 186418pp, 2 ill. in text (RAI) £10
675 Coast Defence in relation to war pub 1894 22pp(RAI) £10
676 Rough Notes on the History of Field Artillery 26pp, 11 ill. in text(RAI) £10
677 Table showing principal results of Artillery Fire against Iron Armour p 1865 16pp (REI) £10
678 Reports on the Demolition of Forts at Canton 1858 pub 1859 9pp, 3 plates(REI) £10
679 The Merits of Large & Small Bore contrasted with ref to Artillery & small arms 1870 20pp (RAI) £10
680 Fighting Books pub 1894 23pp(RAI) £10
681 Organization , Equipment of Garrison Artillery pub 1905 24pp (RAI) )£10
682 Engineer Operations carried out in New Zealand during the war of 1860-61 16pp, 6 plates (REI) £15
683 The German Artillery, Changes, Siege pub1870 24pp, 1 B & W photo (RAI) £10
684 Reports on the Siege Operations at Juliers with ref to effect to rifled guns p1861 14pp, 4 fold out plates (REI) £15
685 Further Notes on Mountain Artillery pub1901 29pp, 2 B & W plates(RAI) £10
686 Reports on the Demolition of White Buildings at Sebastopol p1857 6pp 4 fold out plates (REI) £15
687 The Development of Field Artillery by Capt. Cooke, 13pp pub 1892 (RAI) )£10
688 Reports on the Operations of the R.E. at the Siege of Jhansi by Lt-Col. Fenwick & Major Edwards 6pp, 1 plate pub1861 (REI)£10
689 The Calibre of Field Guns by Capt. Noble/The Theory of Gun Architecture by Capt. Stoney 26pp, 2 ill in text pub 1872 (RAI) £10
690 Reports on the Defence & Occupation of The City of Lucknow by Brig-Gen Sir R.Napier, 22pp 3 fold out plates pub 1860 (REI) £10
691 Artillery service under “John Company” by Major C.N. Simpson, 20 pp, 2 fold out plates, 3 ill in text 2 plates pub 1899 (RAI) £10
692 Reports on the Operations against the Forts on the Per-Ho by Major Fisher, 11pp,1 fold out plates p1860 (REI) £10
693 Infantry Artillery Weapons/Guns by various authors 16pp 4 ill in text p1923(RAI) £10
664 Reports on the taking of the Forts on thr Peiho and the advance on Pekin by Lt. Col. Mann 11pp, 1 plate 1860 (REI) £10
695 Modern Developments in Foreign Artilleries of Field Army by Major Drake-Brockman 20pp, 6 plates p1924 (RAI)£10
696 On The Attack of Polygonal Fortresses by Capt. Hutc 6pp, 1 ill. pub 1865 (REI) £10
697 The Compleat Gunner (17 th Cent.) by Lt.W.L.Neil 15pp, 4 ill. pub 1938 (RAI) £10
698 Co-operation of Artillery with Aitcraft/Baloons/ attack on Zeppelins by various authors 23pp, 2 drawings, 1 B & W plate pub 1919 (RAI) £10
699 Training and Employment of Howitzer Field Battery by Major Gordon/Field Howitzer by Major Lyon 16pp, 5 ill in text pub 1889 (RAI) £10
700 The influence of Rifled Ordnance on the Attack & Defence of Fortresses1865 by LtCol Gallway, 31pp 2 plates (REI) £10
701 Inspection and repair of Ordnance Material in the American, British & French Armies /Notes on care of equipment by various authors pub 1920 21pp (RAI) £10
702 Ranging a Gun or Howitzer on a Balloon or Kite using time Shrapnel and Instrumental observation , 13pp, 2 ill in text pub 1907 (RAI) £10
703 Some Remarks on the R.A. in the War in S.A., chiefly with ref. to Heavy guns in the field by Lt. Col. Inglefield 28pp, 1 ill in text pub1902 (RAI) £10
704 Remarks on Expense Magazines by Col. C.Owen, 7pp, 5 plates pub 1865 (REI) £15
705 Moorson’s and Boxer Precussion Fuzes pub 1860/1887 by various authors 7pp 5 plates (RAI) )£10
706 Rocket Shells, Ammunition and Artillery of the Future by various authors 29pp, 9 ill in text. pub 1879 (RAI) £10
707 Some Noters on Siege, Coast & Fortress Warfare pub 1895-1906 by various authors 36pp, 6 ill in text (RAI) )£10
708 A Few Remarks on Fortifications pub 1885 by various authors 23pp,7 ill in text (RAI) £10
709 Machine Guns and their Employment by Capt. May/A Machine Gun Battery in Burma 1886 by Capt. Lloyd 22pp, 1 ill in text (RAI) £10
710 Defence of Harbours against Torpedo-Boat Attack 1892-1903 by various authors 39pp, 7 ill in text (RAI) £10
711Notes on the Artillery in the Indian Campaigns of 1897-81/Kashmir Imperial Service Artillery/Indian Ammunition Columns Col. By McMann 22pp pub 1899 (RAI) £10
712 Role and organization of Siege Train and Position Guns as affected by recent improvements in Ordnance 17pp pub 1889(RAI) £10
713 Notes on Improvements and additions to Artillery 1858-1863 by various authors 37pp, 6 illustrations in text (RAI) £10
714 Defence of a Coast Fortress/ Brief considerations on Coast Defence by various authors 16pp pub 1893 (RAI) £10
715 Anti-Aeroplane Guns in the Field/Anti-Aircraft Defence by various authors 30pp, 1 illustration pub1923(RAI)£10
716 Siege of Minorca 1756 by an Officer who was present at the siege, 36pp, 2 maps (RAI) £10
717 Professional Notes made during the South African War of 1878-9 by Lt F.G.Slade RHA/Extracts from a letter dated 23 rd Jan 1879 by Lt. Nicoloson R.A./Account of March of Lord Chelmsford’s col. To Ulundi June and July 1879 by Lt. Col. Brown R.A. 25pp, 1 map, 2 engravings pub 1881 (RAI) £10
718 The Defence of Ekowe (Zulu War)1879 by Lt. W.N.Lloyd R.H.A. 15pp, 1 map, 1 plan pub 1881(RAI)£10
719 The Zulu War by a Natal Voluntee, by Capt. Brown 19 th Hussars, 18pp (CUSJ) £10
720 The Defence of Rorke’s Drift ,Chard’s Own Story/Isandhlwana,Zululand 1894 by E.A.Hirst 13pp pub 1894 (CUSJ) £10
721 N/5 R.A. in The Zulu War of 1879 by Maj-Gen Dalton 12pp, 2 maps pub 1928 (RAI) £10
722 Reminiscences of Etshowe (Zulu War) by Capt. H.R.Knight, 12pp, 2 maps pub 1893 (CUSJ) £10
723 Cetywayo The King of the Zulus pub 1896 24pp (CUSJ) £10
724 The Mechanism of Bicycles c1898 by S.B.Von Donop, 28pp, 3 plates, 15 ill in text (RAI) £10
725 Elizabethan artillery by Lt. Col. Hogg, 14pp, 4 B & W plates pub 1938 (RAI) £10
726 Kafr Dowa : Position held by the Egyptians under Arabi pub 1883 by Lt. S.D.Cleeve, R.E. 8pp, 5 fold out plates(REI) £15
727 Indian mountain artillery pub 1937 by various authors 24pp,2 B &W photos (RAI) £10
728 Notes on the Constructions of the Defence of Kars pub 1857 by Col. A.Lake 14pp, 1 fold out plate (REI) £10
729 Artillery, the lesions we have learnt with regard to it in the late war 1922 Comm.Oldfield, 21pp (RUSI) £10
730 Summary of the Campaign in Austria 186 by Lt. Col. Cooke,30pp, 4 fold out plates (REI) £15
731 The services of the Royal Artillery in the first Boer war(1880-81) by Major DeF Shaw, 31pp, 1 plate pub 1928(RAI) £10
732 Artillery of the Greeks and Romans pub 1941 by Maj-Gen J.F.C.Fuller 18pp, 2 plates (RAI)£10
733 Coast defence fire control methods pub 1927 by various authors 30pp (RAI) £10
734 The loss of the Victoria:and manoeuvring powers of Steamships pub1893 by Vice-Admiral Colmb 12pp (CUSJ)£10
735 The invention and development of shrapnel pub 1919 by6 various authors 13pp RAI £10
736 The bombardment of the Hartlepool s pub 1921 by various authors 31pp0, 11 B & WQ photos 3 papers (RAI) £10
737 Artillery at Anzac in the Gallipoli pub 1919 by Brg-Gen Owen 21pp (RAI) £10
738 The Yeomanry ,the first 100 years and Future, Training of, pub 1898/1912 by various authors 31pp, 4 papers(CUSJ) £10
739 The Formation of a Naval Yard, Trincomali 1818-1820 pub 1900 12pp (CUSJ)£10
740 Ordnance on the allied front/Remarks on Trench Artillery pub by various authors 19pp 1918 (RAI) £10
741 Malta/Garrison Life in Malta 80 years ago pub 1904 by various authors 11pp (CUSJ)£10
742 Mountain batteries/warfare pub 1919 20pp 4 papers (RAI) £10
743 An Outline of the Franco-German War pub1909 by Capt. Maycock, D.S.O. 21pp 1 map (CUSJ)£10
744 The History and Traditions of the Royal Artillery pub 1918 by Col. E.A.P. Hobday 22pp (RAI)£10
745 Training and Equipment of the Mounted Soldier/Cavalry Drill pub 1893 18pp (CUSJ) £10
746 The first Gun of the Dutch Wars/The Naval War with the Dutch 1665-67 pub 1911 by various autors 17pp (CUSJ) £10
747 Defensive preparations in England/Home Defence 1895/1907 by various autors 24pp, 2 papers (CUSJ) £10
748 Selected sights for 12pd QF Guns 1903 /Kupp’s 1910 patten sights for field guns 15pp forl out plate 2 papers (RAI) £10
749 The use of Machine Guns in Tirah & Niger-Soudan pub 1899 by various authors 16pp, 1 map(CUSJ) £10
750 Notes on Mounted Troops/in South Africa/Formation of M.I. in S.A.1904 by various autors 36pp, 5 papers (CUSJ) £10
751 Smokeless Powder: its Influence on Tactics pub 1891/1895 by various authors 36pp 4 papers (CUSJ) £10
752 The Royal Artillery/Artillery Reform pub 1895 by various authors 32pp (CUSJ) £10
753 Rifle for War/Small Calibres for War/M.G. and their Fire 1916 4 plates 39ppCUSJ £10
754 Garrisoning our Naval Bases/Who will man the Forts/Seaman’s Mecca 1902 3 papers 28pp(CUSJ) £10
755 The Development of Naval War/Ram in the Light of Recent Events1898 by various authors 18pp £10
756 Entrenching and Range-Finding /smokeless powder & entrenchments 1905 10pp 2 p-lates, B & W plates 2 papers(CUSJ) £10
757 The Territorial Artillery, To day, Training. Pub 1909 by various authors 27pp 4 papers (CUSJ) £10
758 The employment of Artillery in South Africa pub 1900 by Maj-Gen Owen, 15pp(CUSJ)£10
759 The Attack and Defence of Entrenched Camp 1894/attack of a modern land fortress 1888 25pp (RAI) £10
760 The Royal Garrison Artillery/The Future of Coast Defence Art. Pub 1902 by various authors 31pp 5 papers (CUSJ)£10
761 Recent developments in artillery methods/artillery fire pub 1919 by various authors 32pp 3 plates(RAI) £10
762 The Higher Control of Fire pub 1905 by various authors 15pp, 2 papers (CUSJ) £10
763 Thirty years of Naval progress/ The actual Sea-Power of England c1904 by various authors 24pp (CUSJ) £10
764 Anti-Tank 1938(RAI) £10
765 The Canadian North-West Rebellion 1885, (CUSJ) £10
766 The Royal Ordnance Factories 1899 (CUSJ) £10
767 Marines and Coaling-Stations 1900 (CUSJ) £10
768 Lord Dundonald’s New Gun Carriage/The Colt Automatic Gun &Dundonald’s Gun Carriage 1899 (CUSJ) £10
769 Entrenched Lines in Military-History since Vauban pub 1919 (CUSJ) £10
770 The Early History of the Yeomanry pub 1905 (CUSJ) £10
771 Musketry Training in the Army/The Lee-Metford Rifle. 18pp. 1916 (CUSJ) £10
772 Anti-Tank/The Evolution of Anti-Tank Defence by various authors 22pp 1925 (RUSI) £10
773 Speculations to the Dev. of Mechanical Appliances in Warfare by Capt. A.F.U. Green 16pp.1905 (CUSJ) £10
774 Our Warships/The Past and Future Development of the Battleship by various authors 19pp 1897 (CUSJ) £10
775 Grenadiers: their History, Dress and Equipment by Lt.-Gen. F.H.Tyrrell 11pp pub 1915 (CUSJ) £10
776 The Re armament of our Artillery by Maj-Gen C.H.Owen 10pp 1905 (CUSJ) £10
777 The Musket A Retrospective Glance at the History of Fire-Arms 11pp1844 (CUSJ) £10
778 Graphical Solution of Problems on Artillery Machines by Major W.H.Wardell, 9 pp, 9 plates pub 1871 (RAI) £10
779 The Board of Ordnance by Major Hogg, 21pp 1930 (RAI) £10
780 Practical Rifle Shooting/Military Rifle Sights/Telescopic Rifle Sights for War/Rifle Shooting in Future Wars by Edarw .C.Crossman 40pp (CUSJ) pub 1915 £10
781 Notes on Artillery Fire 18pp 1900 (CUSJ) £10
782 British Cruisers/The Armour Cruiser. A compromise vessel by various authors 18pp 1893 (CUSJ) £10
783 The Bayonet. A Short Historical Sketch 11pp, 3 plates with 16 ill 1867 (CUSJ) £10
784 Warships of Henry VIII/Personal of the Tudor Navy by C.S.Goldingham 35pp pub 1918 (CUSJ) £10
785 The Early Defence of the Medway by W.Munro 12pp 1 plate pub 1910 (CUSJ) £10
786 The Distribution of Guns in an Army Corps. By Major May 14pp Pub 1894 (CUSJ) £10
787 Strategical and tactical aspects of coast defence in the future by Col. Brind 17pp pub 1925 (RAI) £10
788 Artillery: its Organisation, Action, Formations by Lt. Steinmety 29pp1865 (CUSJ) £10
789 The Present Fortifications of Constantinople and its Environs by Rogalla Von Bieberstein 17pp p.1891 (CUSJ) £10
790 A Five-inch howitzers in Damarland by Lt. A.S.Mehan 26pp pub 1919 (RAI) £10
791 The Rock. By Lt. J.G.Wolfe-Barry 21pp 4 B & W photos pub 1923 (RAI) £10
792 Mr. Fergusson’s System of Fortifications/Peril and Protection of Portsmouth by various authors 42pp, 3 ill. 1852 (CUSJ) £10
793 Artillery experiences on campaign in Italy by Capt. Garratt 13pp pub 1921(RAI) £10
794 Some Small Arms Questions of Today & Tomorrow bt Capt. Boys 14pp 1 ill. 1926 (RUSI) £10
795 Notes on Artillery Equipment and Rockets 5 papers 26pp 2 ill. 1860 (RAI) £10
796 The Rise of Fire Arms by Capt. E.J.King 14pp, 1 ill pub 1906 (RAI)£10
797 Notes on Mortar Practice by Lt.Col. Lefroy/Remarks on the Armament of Fortresses and Permanently Fortified posts 13pp 1861 (RAI) £10
798 The Construction of Batteries by Major Williams/Entrenchment of Field Artillery by G.B.MacDonell 17pp, 4 ill 1870(RAI) £10
799 Current Fortificational Developments at the German Fortresses of Posen & Strasburg 11pp, 1 map 1877(RAI) £10
800 Constitution & Duties of Artillery of the Advanced Guard of an Army in the Field by Lt. S.C.Pratt 18pp p1874 (RAI) £10
801On the Attack and Defence of a Position by Capt. E.Clayton 21pp1 map1877 (RAI) £10
802 Remarks on Sleigh Carriages in service of Artillery by Capt. Townesend/March of the Half Battery from St. John, New Brunswick by Lt. Smioth, 38pp 8 ill. 1863 (RAI) £10
803 Mountain Warfare/Encampment in Warfare on the N.W.F. of India 31pp, 3 fold out maps/ill pub 1899 (RAI) £10
804 British and French Q.F. Field Artillery/Theoretical Effect of Shrapnel Fire from Q.F. Guns by various authors 17pp 5 ill 1910 (RAI) £10
805 Fire Control and Identifications of Ships/The Control of Coast Defence Batteries/ The concealment of Coast Defences by various authors 17pp pub 1913 (RAI) £10
806 Coast Defence Mountings/Disappearing Gun/ 12-inch B.L. Gun to the Armament of First-Class Fortresses 16pp 1905 (RAI) £10
807 Notes of the Tactics of our Small Wars by Lt. C.E.Callwell 40pp 1882 (RAI)£10
808 Ancient Ordnance of the British, Scottish, Portuguese & Burmese in various museums by various authors 6 papers 24pp 12 ill pub 1889 (RAI) £10
809 List of Equipment for Campaign/Officers Uniform/clothing for India by various authors 4 papers 34pp 1888(RAI) £10
810 Early Artillery/Artillery under the Stuart Kings/Who invented the leather guns 3 papers 22pp 1898(RAI) £10
811 Artillery used in Recent Campaigns in Egypt and its effects 34pp pub1899 (RAI)£10
812 Problems with Q.F. Guns/Rust & wear in Gun Barrels/recaptured gun by various authors 28pp, 13 B & W photos 1904(RAI) £10
813 The Royal Artillery in the Siege of Gibraltar 1779-1783 by various authors 18pp,1 ill pub 1906(RAI) £10
814 Artillery in the attack and defence of positions by Lt.Col. Bethely/The Defence of a Fortress against Aerial Attack by Lt Marsden 13pp 1906 (RAI) £10
815 Improved carriage for 6-inch Q.F. Gun/Howitzer Notes/Traction for Heavy Field Artillery/Long range guns with Field Artillery 15pp 7 ill 1902 (RAI) £10
816 On the working of Heavy Broadside Guns by A.A.W.Drew .11pp, 2 ill. pub 1867 £10
817 Aikman’s Instruction-Rifles and practice-tester by Lt.Col. Alkman V.C 13pp, 1 ill. 1871 £10
818 On Deflecting Armour-plated ships for coast defence by Mr. J.M.Hyde 16pp, 2 ill.1867 £10
819 Summary of the experiments at Shoeburyness 1868-69 25pp. £10
820 Commerce and coast fortresses in wartime by Lt.Col. James RGA 20pp. 1911 £10
821 Electricity as applied to torpedo and other naval purposes by Lt.F.T.Hamilton R.N. 18pp, 5 ill.1892 £10
822 Description of the torpedo boats Fortune and Triana U.S.N. by Lt. J.T.Bucknill R.E. 4pp. 4 plates 1873 £10
823 Uniforms of the British Army by Major H.Fitzm Stacke M.C. 38pp 1933 £10
824 Rise and progress of the “Minie” expanding system and the mistaken notions which it has unhappily engendered: including remarks on the rifle projectiles of different countries by J.Boucher 16pp, 10 ill in text.1858 £10
825 Has the adaption of rifle principle to fire arms diminished the relative importance of Field Artillery by 1 st Lt.Birkhimer USA 32pp.1885 £10
826 Observations on the defence of England by Lt.Col. Sodfay 15pp.1870 £10
827 The Blockhouse System in South Africa by Lt.Col. R.M.Holden 11pp, 12 B&W photos of b/houses 1902 £10
828 The Principles of Rifled cannon and Projectiles by James Lawrence 12pp 1862 £10
829 The Strategical Aspects of English Castles by W.H.St.Johm Hope 18pp. 1910 £10
830 Magazine Rifles by Lt.Col. G.V.Fosbery V.C. 32pp, 4 ill, 1 fold out plate .1882 £10
831 Time Fuzes by Major O.F.G.Hogg 14pp. 1930 (RAI ) £10
832 On Pistols by Lt.Col. C.V.Posbery V.C. 1896 24pp. £10
833 The effect on the War in Field Engineering by Col. R.N. Harvey C.B. 26pp.1922 £10
834 The Heavy Howitzer: its role, best use of, and need by various authors 1905 33pp, 2 maps. (RAI) £10
835 Designs of Observation Ladder by various authors 21pp, 16 B & W photos.1907 (RAI) £10
836 Some New Points in the History and application of Gun-Cotton by F.A. Abel 22pp 1864 £10
837 The Development of Landing Craft by Raer Admiral L.E.H.Maund 6pp, 5 ill. 1945 £10
838 The supply of 18pd Ammunition in the Field by various authors 23pp, 2 ill. 1930 (RAI) £10
839 Mechanical Transport/Mechanical Transport in Small Wars by various authors 28pp,2 B& W . 1928 £10
840 Travelling Kitchens by Lt.Col. Edye A.S.C. 11pp, 6 B & W photos.1909 £10
841 The Artillery of the French Army by Major L.R.Stansfield 22pp. 1932 (RAI) £10
842 The Army’s New Weapons and Equipment by various authors 21pp,7 B & W ill, 2 plates. 1939 £10
843 Pack Artillery-Present and Future/Pack or single draught by various authors 32pp,B & W photos pub 1925(RAI) £10
844 The Military Engineer in Modern Warfare by Maj.Gen L.V.Bond C.B. 16pp, 1 map. pub 1938 £10
845 The Design of Regimental Badges and Buttons by Major H.G.Parkyn 11pp,6 ill in text 1932 £10
846 Rapid Cable laying for war purposes by Lt. W.C.Crutchley & Mr. C.S.Snell 21pp, 7 ill in text, 1 large plate.1897 £10
847 Some Special features in Large and Small Grain Powders by Major J.P. Morgan R.A. 23pp. 4 ill. 1876 £10
848 The strategic importance of Military Harbours in British Channel by Maj.Gen Collinson R.E. 37pp, 1 map, 1 chart. 1874 £10
849 Practical Artillery 1871 by Capt. Strange R.A.19pp, 8 ill. £10
850 Coast Defence By Col. E.Wilford R.A. 15pp, 4 ill. 1858 £10
851 The Artillery in India /Development of the Ordnance inspection section, India , during the period 1915-18. by various authors pub 1923 14pp (RAI) £10
852 The Diary of the 10 th Field Battery with the Malakand Field Force/ Bunerwal Expeditions by various authors 17pp ,8 B &W photos(RAI) £10
853 The Development of Modern Weapons/Modern War and Machines by various authors pub 1923 23pp (RAI) £10
854 Services of “I” Troop R.H.A ./Diary of Capt Wragge in the Crimean War/Statistics of the Siege of Sebastopol by various authors 36pp (RAI) £10
855 Old Time Time Drill Book by Lt Sir T.P. Larcom /The Origin of our present Drill book by Capt. Robertson pub 1890 18pp 6 plates (RAI) £10
856 The Invasion of England from an English point of view by Capt. Anstruther pub 1909 14pp (CUSJ) £10
857 Garrison Artillery Warfare/Organisation of a Garrison Company 1892 by Maj Salt marsh 20pp(RAI)£10
858 Episode of the Siege of Strasburg/The Bombardment of Strasburg pub 1872 18pp, 1 map(CUSJ) £10
859 The Horrible Bloudie and Unheard of Siege of Ostend 1601 by Lt-Col. Burne DSO pub 1938 13pp 2 maps (RAI) £10
860 The Bombay Horse Artillery in Persia and the Mutiny 1857-59 by Maj -Gen J.C.Dalton pub 1925 5pp, 2 B & W plates (RAI) £10
861 The Buttons of the Royal Artillery by Major Campbell 6pp, 1 B & W plate(RAI) £10
862 The story of a gallant fiasco Walcheren 1809 by Maj -Gen J.C.Dalton pub 1926 21pp (RAI) £10
863 “ N” Battery RHA at the Battle of Hyderabad, Scinde 1843 by Lt-Col Spencer-Smith DSO ) pub 1927 8pp, 1 map, 2 B & W photos (RAI) £10
864 The Passing of the Driver by Maj -Gen White pub 1926 10pp 3 B&W photos(RAI) £10
865 Buenos Aires and Monte Video 1806, 1807 by Maj -Gen J.C.Dalton ) pub 1927 32pp, 1 map (RAI) £10
866 The Royal Artillery at Toulon 1793/The Royal Artillery at Ostend 1779 by Major M.E.S.Laws 24pp (RAI) £10
867 The Formation of the First Brigade of the Indian Regiment of Artillery pub 1936 14pp, 1 B & W (RAI) £10
868 E/B R.H.A. at Maiwand 1880 by Capt. H.B.Latham pub 1928 18pp, 2 maps, 1 B & W photos + enlarged photos with ID of those in original painting (RAI) £10
869 Waggon Hill 1899 by H.Rowland -Robinson pub 1938 11pp,1 B & W (RAI) £10
870 Colonel Thomas Lumsden Bengal Horse Artillery1808- 43 by Maj -Gen J.C.Dalton pub 1931 11pp, 1 B & W photo (RAI) £10
871 Colonel Robert Alexander Bull 1805 by Major Latham pub 1937 11pp 2 B & W (RAI) £10
872 Louisbourg 1746 and 1758 and Historical Retrospect by Maj -Gen J.C.Dalton pub 1928 32pp,1 B & W (RAI)£10
873 The Officer of 1810 –according to James /James on Artillery by Pollaniska ) pub 1935 18pp (RAI) £10
874 Some Account of the Siege of Cork in 1690 pub 1908 ,14pp , 1 map(CUSJ) £10
875 The “Gunner” and some other early Masters of Ordnance by Lt Col. Hogg, pub 1935 11pp (RAI) £10
876 Comparative Statics of the Franco-German War pub 1872 21pp (CUSJ) £10
877 The French Guns at Bertrix 1914 by Lt-Col Burne DSO pub 1936 16pp 3 maps, 6 B & W photos (RAI) £10
878 George Frederick Koehler (Gibraltar) by Major O.Teickman , DSO, MC, pub 1936 18pp, 1 B & W photo (RAI) £10
879 Ballooning at the Siege of Paris pub 1871 15pp (CUSJ) £10
880 Siege of Charleston pub 1865 14pp (CUSJ) £10
881 Naval Coast Volunteers and Volunteer Artillery by Claudius`Shaw /Modern Artillery and Naval Ports pub 1861 15pp (CUSJ) £10
882 The Campaign of Metz pub 1871 19pp (CUSJ) £10
883 The Royal Artillery in China 1860 Major M.E.S.Laws pub 1938 13pp 1 map( RAI) £10
884 A Popular Sketch of the History of British Cavalry/Historical Sketch of the Equipment of British Cavalry pub 1867/ 64 20pp (CUSJ) £10
885 On Maritime Invasion by A.Strinmetz p1864 16pp (CUSJ) £10
886 The organization of a staff for military railway work in time of war 1888 by Col. A.Von Fendrikh £10
887 The Combined end on and broadside principle 1867 by Capt. T.E.Symonds R.N. 18pp ,4 plates £10
888 On Army Transport 1881 by Lt. Col. C.R.Shervinton 27pp £10
889 The Tactical Power of Modern Field Artillery 1876 by Lt.Col.C.B.Brackenbury 24pp £10
890 Manual of instruction in field works of communication 1905 6pp, 17 plates £10
891 Rifle trajectories and rifles 1862 by Arthur Walker 16pp , 7 ill.£10
892 Gunpowder considered as the spirit of Artillery 1884 Lt.Col.C.B.Brackenbury 15pp, 3 plates £10
893 The French Tank 1920 by Major Crompton 19pp,1map, 2 drawings £10
894 Merits of Rifled Small Arms of England 1858 by J.Boucher 18pp 7 plates £10
895 A few rough notes for the construction and arming of Iron clad ships 1865 by A.A.W.Drew £ 10
896 The Evolution of Armoured Fighting Vehicles 1930 by Maj -Gen Peck 19pp, 13 B & W photos RAI £10
897 The possibility of our fleet & harbours 1905 by Comm. Lord Ellenborough 22 pp £10
898 Manual on the construction and distribution 1903 11pp, 15 plates £10
899 Circular ships of war with immersed motive power 1868 by John Elder 19pp, 12 plates £10
900 NWF of India /Lord Kitchener in India/Indian Army as it is. By various authors pub 1905 38pp (CUSJ) £10
901The Submarine Boat 1894 by Lt. Sleeman & J.W.Gault 40pp 1ill in text (CUSJ) £10
902 The Development of Malta as a 1 st Class Naval base/Defence of Malta p1942 by various authors 25pp £10
903 The possibility of making use of balloons & airships in the navy 1908 38pp £10
904 The Soldier Sikh/His Awakening pub 1914 by Saint Nihal Singh 23pp 4 plates( CUSJ) £10
905 On Projectiles pub 1867 by Michael Scott 16pp,3 plates, 7 in text £10
906 The Modern Submarine Mine 1929 by Comm. A.L.Gwynne 14pp, 1 ill.£10
907 Harbour Works and Dock Construction 1902 by W.W.Squire 19pp 5 plates REI £10
908 Artillery Training for India Pack Batteries 1921 ( RAI) £10
909 The Army Medical Service in War 1931 by Lt-Gen Sir H.B.Fawcus 22pp 2 B & W photos £10
910 In the ranks of the Bengal horse artillery pub 1931 Lt -Gen Sir G.McMunn 17pp 1 plate(RAI) £10
911 Sir Howard Douglas on the Defence of England /on Fortifications and National Defence/Naval Warfare with Steam pub 1860 24pp (CUSJ) £10
912 Organization and Distribution of the Russian Army c1853 24pp £ 10
913 Explosives and Explosions by Major F.L.Natham pub1903 17pp (RAI) £10
914 The Crimea in Perspective pub 1934 by Lt-Gen Sir G.McMann 27pp 3 B & W photos( RAI) £10
915 A Loading Practice Machine 1909/Aids to Training Terr . Batteries by various authors 17pp (RAI) £10
916 Report on the Defences of Kinburn and the Operations which led to their
surrender by Major Nicholoson 1856 14pp, 2 plans REI £10
917 The Nile Expedition of 1885 /The Nile Cataracts by various authors 28pp(RAI) £10
918 The Russian Field Artillery of the War of 1877-78 pub 1881 18pp (RAI)
919 Notes on the Russian Works on the North Side of Sebastopol by Capt. J.C.Dalton p 1858 3pp 1 map REI £10
920 Report of the Operations of the R.A. in the Soudan 1884 by Lt Col F.T.Lloyd p1885 18pp 3 maps (RAI) £10
921 Russian Official Reports of Engagments in the Crimea 1855 12pp (CUSJ) £10
922 Marlborough and his methods of Warfare by T.M.Maguire pub 1896 29pp , 3 maps(RAI) £15
923 The Military Defence Forces of the Colonies by Col. J.F.Owen 1890 36pp (RAI) £10
924 Saugor , C.P.-A Story of 1857 by Lt.Gen T.Nicholl 15pp (RAI) £10
925 Account of the Burmese War of 1885-86 by Col. W.Carely 36pp, 2 B & W photos, 3 plates (RAI) £10
926 Description of the Engineer Field Equipment of the Turkish Contingent by Major Stockes 21pp REI £10
927 An Epitome of the Afghan War 1878-79 & 1879- 80 by Major J.H.V.Crowe 26pp 1 map(RAI) £10
928 Incidents of the Past (Artillery) by Brig. Gen A.S.Cotton pub 1933 17pp 1 plates (RAI) £10
929 Arms and Armour pub 1870 14pp, 5 plates (CUSJ) £10
930 Pistol Practice and Ancient Dulling/Military Small Arms and Ammunition by various authors pub 1870 17pp (CUSJ) £10
931 Invasion of Malta by the French, under Napoleon Buonaparte in 1798 by C.S.Bunyon pub 1851 13pp (CUSJ) £10
932 The Wimbledon Meeting of 1867 and the new Breech- Loaders 13pp (CUSJ) £10
933 An Inquiry into the Nature and Principles of Rifle Cannon and upon the attack and defence of a Fortress c 1860 23pp £10
934 Report of the Siege Record Board on the Works constructed before Sebastopol by Lt Gen Sir H.Jones pub 1858 20pp REI £10
935 With Otter’s Column in the North-West Canada 1885 by J.Eaton Prower 17pp( CUSJ) £10
936 Harbours of Refuge The Tyne, Sunderland-Hartlepool- Filey /New Works at Milford Haven pub 1860-61 15pp (CUSJ) £10
937 The British Army in the Crimea 32pp( CUSJ) £10
938 Some Experiences in Egypt/Notes on Egyptian Artillery by Major F.B. Elmslie 1889 15pp ,9 B&W photos (RAI) £10
939 Reports on the French Troops and Mateial sent to the Crimea by Marshal Vaillant 24pp REI £10
940 The Red Coat: A few notes concerning its origin and history by James Grant pub 1866 19pp( CUSJ) £10
941 Notes on the Defensive Works around Kertch in the Crimean 1855- 56 by Lt. Maquay 10pp REI £10
942 Traditions in the Royal Regiment of Artillery and how best it can best be
preserved by Major J.H.Leslie pub 1912 23pp, 6 plates (RAI) £10
943 Report on the Demolition of the Docks at Sebastopol p1858 by Major Nicholoson 36pp 5 large plans REI £15
944 Records of Experiments at Chatham on Loaded Shells, Pierriers and a Fougass , Bullets, 5 ½ inch shells 1859 by the Royal Engineers at Chatham 1850-53 by various authors 13pp 4 plans REI £10
945 Reports on the Engineering Operations at Lucknow 1857 by various authors 19pp, 1 plan REI £10
946 Campaigning before Sebastopol 1855 by Staff Ass-Surgeon C.Ricketts
947 Portsmouth in the 16 th Cent/The New Defences of Portsmouth 1860/Lumps Fort 1861 26pp , 1 map. (CUSJ) £10
948 The Expedition to the Crimea -The Battle of Alma 1854 21pp ,. 1 map (CUSJ) £10
949 A Day with the Prussian Artillery 1856 13pp ,10 ill in text (CUSJ) £10
950 Crimean Sketches pub 1856/ 57 20pp (CUSJ) £10
951 R Notes on Malta and the Knights Hospitallers pub 1863(CUSJ) £10
952 The Defence of Canada pub 1862 £10
953 On Defence Works ,Iron Plate/on the Applicability of Iron Plates to the Defene of Forts pub 1863/Armour vs Armament/The Defects of Armour Plating pub 1863 (CUSJ) £10
954 Rifled Guns at the Exhibition 1862/The Needle-Gun /Marshal Neil on the performance of the Chassepot Breech-Loader pub 1868 (CUSJ) £10
955 The Fall of Sebastopol 1855 £10
956 Naval Warfare 1870 / The Naval Warfare of England and America 1862 £10
957 Land Transport Corps in Abyssinia pub 1869 £10
958 Narrative of a Residence in China , a short account of operations at Canton 1857 £10
959 The Royal Sappers and Miners 1855 £10
960 Lt. Harris’s Musket 1854 /The Austrian Ball 1855/Leetch’s Breech-Loading Minie Rifle £10
961 The Standing Army of Great Britain in Ancient & Modern Times pub 1837 £10
962 On the Nemeis private armed steamer, and on the comparative efficiency of iron- built and timber-built ships pub 1840 £10
963 Wars on the Frontier of Canada 1775, 1812-14. pub 1897(CUSJ) £10
964 Acklom’s “Boarding Prevention Gun”/Recent Improvements in Gun Powder/ General Borman on the Shrapnel and Boxer Shells and Fuxze . p1870/1859( CUSJ) £10
965 Gossip about Paddles and screws 1857 £10
966 The Dragoon, his horse and their Training pub 1864 (CUSJ) £10
967 Calais , and its Fortifications-Past and Present 1857 £10
968 Naval Establishments on Foreign Stations 1864 £10
969 Notes on Bridles, Saddles, Stirrups , Housings and Armour of Horses 1849£10
970 Some passages in the life of a Private Soldier, from the recollections of Rifleman Harris pub 1846 £10
971 The Defences of the U.K. and the Report of the Royal Commission pub 1860/ Our Home Defence, on the formation of a steam flotilla pub 1859 (CUSJ) £10
972 French view of the Organisation of the British Army 1860 £10
973 The Army of Denmark 1861 £10
974 Submarine Architecture 1856 £ 10
975 Aldershot to Canada West 1862 £10
976 The Defence of London pub 1860 (CUSJ) £10
977 Sir Howard Douglas on Naval Bombardments/Operations of the Allies 1855 £10
978 Rhodes 1855 £10
979 Military Transport by Sea/by Mule upon the wild countries/of the Sick & Wounded Troops pub 1867 (CUSJ) £10
980 The Armies of Italy , Naples , and the Pontificate 1860 £10
981 The Services of the R.H.A. in the Peninsular War 1808-14(RAI) £10
982 Colt and his Revolvers 1854 /American Rifle Practice 1854/Captain Margary’s Bullet /A few words on Fire-Arms 1852 £10
983 Instructions in Musketry 1857 £10
984 British and American Frigates-The Shannon and the Merrinac 1857 £10
985 Field Movements pub 1848 £10
986 The Battle of Toulouse pub 1838 £10
987 The Austrian Army 1860 £10
988 Sir Howard Douglas on Iron Ships/Our Iron Fleet by Admiral Sir G.Sartorius / Iron Plated Ships of War pub 1861 (CUSJ) £10
989 The Past and Present Story of Small Arms /A Few Notes and Queries on the History of Weapons pub 1867 (CUSJ) £10
990 The Cinque Ports pub 1838 £10
991 Armoured or Iron-clad ships their advantage £10
992 A Brief summary of the Chitral campaign 1895/The Artillery in Chitral pub 1906 £10
993 The Organization and Employment of Camel Corps in Warfare pub 1885 £10
994 The Homing and Carrier Pigeon in Warfare/practical hints on homing pigeons pub1900 (CUSJ) £10
995 Warpaint for the King’s Ship/Progress & Present state of Warship Design
pub1909 (CUSJ) £10
996 The Duties of the R.E.Brigade , 1 st Div. Peshawur Field Force pub 1880 £10
997 Steering and Manoeuvring Ships with Broadside Batteries by means of twin screw propellers £10
998 Experience in Savage Warfare + map pub 1873 £10
999 Proposals for the Future raising organisation, and training of Artillery Milita pub 1906 £10
1000 A Short Account of the Expedition against Quebec pub1849 (REI) £10
1001 Naval Gunnery/Naval Armaments/ The Navy on 1870 (CUSJ) £10
1002 Military Organization of Prussia 1853 (CUSJ) £10
1003 The Chobham Camp pub 1853 (CUSJ) £10
1004 Military Engineering , Ancient and Modern pub 1864 (CUSJ) £10
1005 War Balloons :or the use of balloons for reconnaissances / War Balloons and Military Ballooners pub 1869 (CUSJ) £10
1006 History of His Majesty’s Ship Cumberland of seventy-four guns pub c1832 (CUSJ) £10
1007 The Royal Engineers c1862 3 papers /The Military Institute at Chatham pub 1862 (CUSJ) £10
1008 Stone Fougasses and Torpedoes 1872/Torpedo Warfare 1870/ The Brennan Torpedo 1933 (CUSJ) £10
1009 Remarks on the Organization of the Royal Artillery 1852 (CUSJ) £10
1010 The Value of Fortresses in Defensive War 1870 /Remarks on Fortification and things in General 1863 (CUSJ) £10
1011 Wanted, A Harbour of Refuge / Harbour of Refuge ,/ Submarine Architecture 1857 (CUSJ) £10
1012 Naval Gunnery/Armaments of British and French Men of War 1855 (CUSJ) £10
1013 On Earthworks and the Defence of Sebastopol pub 1855/Second Notice of the Official account of the Siege of Sebastopol pub 1860 (CUSJ) £10
1014 The Mysteries of Woolwich Garrison 1852/The Practice at Woolwich 1852 / Woolwich Arsenal and the Marshes 1855 (CUSJ) £10
1015 Vindication of the Campaign in the Crimea/Doings in the Crimea/Camp life before Sebastopol 1855(CUSJ) £10
1016 Capt Brackenbury on Military Armaments/The New Armament/The Armstrong Gun/ Mitrailleurs p1869/1859 (CUSJ) £10
1017 To Lhasa with the Tibet Expedition 1903-04 pub 1905 RUSI £10
1018 Our Artillery under its new Organization /Remarks on Artillery Organization 1862 (CUSJ) £10
1019 The Capture of the Taku Forts 1900 , pub 1901 RUSI £10
1020 The Revival and Training of Light Infantry in the British Army 1757- 1806 pub 1913 RUSI £10
1021 Artillery in the Manchurian Campaign 1904 , pub 1908 RUSI £10
1022 The Work of our China Gunboats pub 1930 RUSI £10
1023 Cavalry and Horse Artillery Co-operating c1870, pub 1910 RUSI £10
1024 Personal Equipment of Officers on Active Service pub 1879 RUSI £ 10
1025 The Great Siege of Malta 1565 pub 1898 RUSI £10
1026 The Expedition to Plattsburg, upon Lake Champlain , Canada 1814, pub 1916 RUSI £10
1027 The Action of Cavalry and Horse Artillery illustrated by modern battles pub 1894 RUSI £10
1028 Sixty Years of Frontier Warfare pub 1900 RUSI £10
1029 The Military Resources of the Island of Jersey , pub 1891 RUSI £10
1030 The Dongola Expedition of 1896 , pub 1897 RUSI £10
1031 The use of Pigeons as messengers in War and the military pigeon systems of Europe pub 1886 RUSI £10
1032 The rock Fortresses of Velez de la Gomera`and Alhucemas pub 1894 RUSI £10
1033 Military Defence Work by Civil Engineers pub 1906 RUSI £10
1034 Military Cycling and the Home Army pub 1906 RUSI £10
1035 The Siege of Port Arthur from a Naval Aspect pub 1906 RUSI £10
1036 Modern Artillery pub 1900 RUSI £10
1037 The Employment of Machine Guns in the Field pub 1909 RUSI £10
1038 The Crimea Revisited pub 1911 RUSI £10
1039 The Highland Emigrants and their Comrades being an account of the Siege of Quebec, Canada 1775-6, pub 1912 RUSI £10
1040 The Heavy Artillery of a Field Army a comparison pub 1908 RUSI £10
1041 Journal of the Siege of Louisburg by Lt. Gordon 40 th Foot. Pub 1915 RUSI £10
1042 Gibraltar ,How we took the Rock, How we held the Rock,+plate pub 1916 RUSI £10
1043 Cycling as an Aid to Home Defence pub 1902 RUSI £10
1044 A Visit to the lines of Torres Vedras pub 1896 RUSI £10
1045 The Development of the science of minesweeping 1915 £10
1046 The effect of the modern rifle upon siege operations 1858 £10
1047 The use of the Motor Car in warfare 1905 £10
1048 Seadromes 1935 £10
1049 The Prefabricated Harbour (Mulberry) 1945 £10
1050 The Employment of Anti-Aircraft Searchlights 1936 £10
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Technical Publication, back view and opened up showing plate.
For subjects of a non technical nature ie , Battles ,Campaigns and other material. These are covered in the Special Publications collection.
Each subject is published in a card cover booklet 16cm x 24.5cms. ( their original size) with plans & fold outs carefully folded & placed in the place as the originals were.
These publications can be supplied in two ways:
Folded & stapled as a booklet.
Pages cut to single pages & punched to fit our binder.
Binders of buckram cloth (Dark Blue for Tec. Pub., Dark Green for Special Pub.) with gold leaf lettering & badge on spine & cover. Each with Spanish marbled endpapers, spring clip & compression bar can be supplied.
These cost at the moment £18.00 + postage. They are made to order as additional ones have different Vol. numbers.
Details of Technical Publications Binder
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