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Rules and Articles for the Government of the Armies of the United States.
1861
 

The Army Register of the United States...Corrected Up to the 1st Day of June, 1814.
1814
 

Catalogue of the Cadets of the U.S. Military Academy. West-Point, January 1, 1819. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, with typographical border.
1818
 

Regulations for the Army of the United States. 1913. Corrected to April 15, 1917 (Changes, Nos. 1 to 55).
1917
 

Register of Officers and Graduates of the United States Military Academy, from 1802 to 1834.
1834
 

Preamble and By-Laws of the Lafayette Artillery Company, First Regiment. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, printed in two columns with typographical border on pink paper.
1875
 

Regulations of the U.S. Military Academy, at West Point.
1832
 

Photographic Album, Nazi German, ca. 1939. Approximately 170 3" x 5" black and white photographs attached with black paper photo corners in a black sheeted album with post and string binding. Album is of a later vintage than photos. Pasted end papers of gold design Title page has a photo of the crest “Peine”. Very good condition, only a few photos missing.
1939
 

Bound Volume of Thirty-Seven (37) Pieces of Original American Lithographed Military Sheet Music, Six with Appealing Colored Lithographs, the Remaining Black & White.
1830
 

Military Parade Orders for Nath(aniel) Lunt. Newbury, (Massachusetts), Sept. 27, 1811. Printed order with name filled in from Sergeant Samuel Shaw, Sgt. Oblong 12mo. Uncut, fine.
1811
 

By-Laws of the Oswego Guards, Commanded by S.S. Hurlbut.
1838
 

Photographic Album of 104 C-D-Vs. A Remarkable Album, Chiefly American, Consisting of Politicians, Military Commanders, Scientists, Literary Figures, Performers and Clergymen, Mostly from the 1860s and early 1870s, in fine condition; doubtless some very rare, with a substatial number of women, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Tennessee Claflin, and the young Victoria Woodhull. Most are identified in pencil, but we are unable to identify three.
1870
 

Unaccomplished printed form: By […] of the [ … ] Company in the [ … ] Regiment of Militia of the City and County of New-York, Commanded by [ … ]. To [ … ] of the Sergeants of the same Company and Regiment, and to the Keeper of the common Goal [sic] of the said City and County…, Greeting. These are, in Pursuance of the Law of … New-York, entitled, “an act to regulate the Militia,” passed the fourth Day of April 1786, to authorize and require you the said Sergeants, to demand and receive of, and from [ … ] Private in my Company in the same Regiment, the Sum of Twenty Shillings, as a Fine for [ … ] on the [ …] Day of [ … ] and in Case of Non-payment, you are hereby further authorized and required to apprehend [ … ] the said [ …] and convey [ … ] to the Common Goal [sic] of the said City…, and you the said Keeper of the Goal [sic] aforesaid, are hereby required to receive the Bod[ … ] of the said [ … ] and [ … ] safely keep in your Custody until the [ … ] Fine aforesaid, together with your Fees are paid. Given under my Hand and Seal, this [ … ] Day of 179[7]. Text in full. 13” x 9” printed on heavy laid paper. Old folds, else fine.
1797
 

Yonkers Military Institute, A Boarding School for Boys. Benjamin Mason, Principal. Yonkers, N.Y.
1863
 

Orders for Court Martial, No. 184. Adjutant’s Office, Military Academy, West Point, New York. December 15, 1838. Sheet 8 x 10 inches, Written on Both Sides. Browned, slight breaks at folds. Legible. Ink.
1838
 

List of Absentees of the 6th Company, 2nd battalion, 86th Regiment, Pennsylvania Militia, Commanded by Captain Michael Boyles. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, June 22, 1830. Sheet 8 x 17.5 inches. 1 p. Docketed. Browned, tears (loss of one first name), archival tape.
1830
 

ABBOT, ABIEL. Self Preservation. A Sermon Preached Before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company; in Boston, June 7, 1802, the Anniversary of Their Election of Officers.
1802
 

ABRACADABRA pseud.. The Empire of Reason, an Allegory, Addressed to the Dialectic Society, at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.
1829
 

AMERICAN CLASSICAL A Prospectus...at Mount Airy, Near Germantown, Eight Miles from Philadelphia.
1826
 

ANON. The Clerk and Magistrate's Assistant. By a Gentleman of the Bar.
1822
 

ARMSTRONG, KOSCIUSZK Review of T.L. McKenney's Narrative of the Causes which, in 1814, Led to General Armstrong's Resignation of the War Office.
1846
 

BALLOU, ADIN Military Funerals and Canonizations. [Caption title.] Broadside, 3.25" x 18"
1848
 

BARTLETT, HENRY A. "Military Journal Kept by Lieutenant Henry A. Bartlett, U.S. Marine Corps. U.S.S. Sacramento. 2d Rate. Commenced at Cape Jomi, S. Africa, April 27, 1867." Sq. 4to. 432 pp. Ink. Contemp. calf backed cloth (binding worn); very good.
1867
 

BARTLETT, WALLACE A. Some Weapons of War as Improved by Recent American Inventors.
1883
 

BATES, BENJAMIN. The Memorial of the Society of Friends...on the Subject of Imprisonment, for Non-Compliance with Military Requisitions. To which is added, a Letter from Benjamin Bates, to a Member of the Legislature of Virginia, on the Subject of Military Fines.
1830
 

BERARD, CLAUDIUS. Lecons Francaises a l'usage des commencans, et surtout des cadets de L'Academie Militaire des Etats-Unis a West-Point. Seconde Edition, Revue, corrigee et considerablement augmentee.
1827
 

BRIALMONT, LT. GENER Combat Tactics of Cavalry. Being the Second Part of His Work Entitled Combat Tactics of the Three Arms, Translated from the French, by Direction of Colonel E.F. Townsend, 12th Infantry...by Major Camillo C.C. Carr, 8th Cavalry, U.S. Army...
1893
 

CHAFFIN, JOHN. Muster Roll of Capt. John Chaffin’s Company of Foot, 1808. Verso: 9th Company Return. 22" x 9". Printed form with instructions from William Donnison, Adj. General, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, First Tuesday in May 1808. Ink, edges tattered, small hole, corner tear at top held by common pin. Legible.
1808
 

CLEVELAND, H.W.S. Hints to Riflemen.
1864
 

DE LACROIX, COL. IRE Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manoeuvres of the French Infantry, Issued August 1, 1794. Abridged. And all the Manoeuvres Added, which Have Been Since Adopted by the Emperor Napoleon. In Two Volumes. The second volume to consist of Plates.
1809
 

DE PEYSTER, J. WATTS Report to...Washington Hunt, Governor of the State of New York...on the Organizations of the National Guards, and Municipal Military Systems of Europe, and the Artillery and Arms Best Adapted to the State Service...
1853
 

DIX, JOHN A. Sketch of the Resources of the City of New-York. With a View of Its Municipal Government, Population, &c. &c. From the Foundation of the City to the Date of the Latest Statistical Accounts.
1827
 

DUANE, WILLIAM. A Hand Book for Infantry: Containing the First Principles of Military Discipline, Founded on Rational Method...
1812
 

EMERY, DAVID Sergean Cavalry Orders. Mr. Nathaniel Lunt (name in holograph). You being a Member of the Company of Cavalry commanded by Jeremiah Colman, are hereby notified and warned to appear...[Oblong 18mo broadside with typographical border].
1810
 

FALLS, DE WITT C. The Comic Military Alphabet. Army, Navy, National Guard.
1894
 

FLIPPER, HENRY O. The Colored Cadet at West Point. Autobiography of Lieut. Henry Ossian Flipper, U.S.A., First Graduate of Color from the U.S. Military Academy.
1878
 

GILHAM, WILLIAM. Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the Confederate States.
1862
 

GREENER, W.W. Modern Shot Guns.
1888
 

HOBBY, WILLIAM. Exposition of a Part of the Frauds, Corruptions and Improprieties, Committed in the Pay Department of the Army of the United States, Since the year 1816. Second Edition.
1830
 

HOMANS, BENJAMIN Edi The Military and Naval Magazine of the United States. Vol. I-III, V.
1833
 

JUDAH, HENRY M. Consolidated Morning Report of Fort Jones (Cos. D & E, 4th Infantry), California. Nov. 25, 1856 to December 12, 1856. Ledger sheets, 4to., 4 pp. Blue lined sheets torn from ledger, ink browned, few spots where original corrections were made. Some stains, but good.
1856
 

JUDSON, HARRY P. A History of the Troy Citizens Corps, Troy, N.Y.
1884
 

KNECHT. Half-Plate Oval Ambrotype by Knecht, Patent July 4 & 11, 1854, in Old Padded Case, of Posed Bearded Officer Holding a Sword in Two Hands, 4.5" x 3.5."
1854
 

LAFLIN, ROWLAND. Powder Factory and Farm Accounts. 1822-1835. Narrow folio. 153 pp. "Rowland Laflin, Southwick" on inside front cover. “Old Book” on cover. Contemp. calf backed boards. Well worn, signatures separating. Mostly ink, bright, some pencil. Includes advertising card for Laflin & Rand Powder Co., New York. 1896, 3 x13 inches, printed card stock, folded into 6 sections.
1822
 

LORD, JOSEPH. The Militiaman's Pocket Companion; with a Method to Form Company...with Sixty-Four Explanatory Cuts. Second Edition Much Enlarged and Improved.
1822
 

McLEAN, JAMES HENRY. Ukase. We Command All Nations to Keep the Peace. Dr. J.H. McLean's Peace-Makers.
1880
 

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOC Report of the National Rifle Association of America. A Patriotic Organization. Organized in 1871 for the Purpose of Promoting and Encouraging Rifle Shooting Among the Citizens Throughout the United States. For the Year Ending December 31, 1903.
1904
 

OSBORN, DAVID. An Oration, Prepared and Published at the Request of the Military of the City of Albany. Delivered February 22nd, 1820.
1820
 

OTIS, GEORGE A. A Report on Amputations at the Hip-Joint in Military Surgery.
1867
 

PINCKNEY, STEPHEN R. National Guard Manual.
1864
 

PINNEGAR. Trial of Colonel David Pinniger ...[and three other Officers] of the Kentish Guards, Before a General Court-Martial Holden at the Court-House, in Providence, April 27, 1808, for Disobedience of Orders and Neglect of Duty.
1808
 

ROBERTS, CAPT. JOSEP The Hand-Book of Artillery, for the Service of the United States. (Army and Militia.) Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
1862
 

SANDERS, JOHN. Memoirs on the Military Resources of the Valley of the Ohio, As Applicable to Operations on the Gulf of Mexico, and on a System for the Common Defence of the United States. With a Review of the Same, Concisely Exhibiting the Proper Functions and True Relations of Forts and Ships, Their Mutual Dependence and Harmonious Action, When Properly Combined. By Jame L. Mason.
1845
 

SHIPP, JOHN. Memoirs of the Extraordinary Military Career of John Shipp, Late a Lieutenant in His Majesty's 87th Regiment. Written by Himself.
1829
 

SMITH, WALTER H.B. Pistols & Revolvers. Volume One of the N.R.A. Book of Small Arms.
1946
 

SMYTH, HENRY DeWOLF. A General Account of the Development of Methods of Using Atomic Energy for Military Purposes under the Auspices of the United States Government 1940-1945.
1945
 

SUMNER, CAPT. E.V. Tactics for the Gatling Gun, Cal. 45, Proposed by Captain E. V. Sumner, 1st Cavalry...
1876
 

SUMNER, WILLIAM H. An Inquiry into the Importance of the Militia to a Free Commonwealth; in a Letter...to John Adams, Late President of the United States; with His Answer.
1823
 

SWETT, MAJOR J. Jr. THE CITIZEN SOLDIER, A Military Paper, Devoted to the Interests of the Militia. Vol. I, # 1-52. July 22, 1840 - July 30, 1841. 4, 412 pp. [All published].
1840
 

SYMMES, JOHN CLEVES. Lecture...Delivered Before the Graduating Class at West Point, N.Y., May 31, 1856.
1856
 

U. S. ARSENAL on Sch Invoice of Stores for Delivery...to Fort Leavenworth. Edwards S. Fayssoux, Military Store Keeper, to Major A. MacKay, Asst. Quartermaster. March 17, 1836. 1 p. 8 x 13.5 inches. Docketed.  Printed & hand written. Ink. Browned, folds, small hole at fold, loss of a word.
1836
 

WEBSTER, DANIEL. Speech...Delivered in the House of Representatives...on a Bill Making Further Provision for Filling the Ranks of the Regular Army, encouraging Enlistments...
1814
 

WILDER, JOSHUA. A Plea for Liberty of Conscience, and Personal Freedom from Military Conscription in Letters to Thomas Loring, Esq.
1840
 

WINDER, GEN. JOHN H. Rules and Regulations Governing Confederate States Prison, at Tuscaloosa, Ala. {Caption title, in three lines]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1863
 

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