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18th Century Collection

  • Marshall, John. The life of George Washington, commander in chief of the American forces, during the war which established the independence of his country, and ... Volume 2. Philadelphia, 1804-07. 638pp. 5 vols
  • Brown, Samuel R.. An authentic history of the second war for independence : comprising details of the military and naval operations, from the commencement to the ... Volume 1. Auburn [N.Y.], 1815. 322pp. 2 vols.
  • Knox, John. An historical journal of the campaigns in North America for the years 1757, 1758, 1759 and 1760 : containing the most remarkable occurrences of ... Volume 1. London, 1769. 424pp. 2 vols.
  • The Army & navy official gazette : containing reports of battles : also, important orders of the War department record of courts-martial, etc. Volume 2. Washington city, 1864-65. 871pp. 2 vols.
  • A general history of sieges and battles, by sea and land. ... London, 1762. 209pp. Vol. 3 of 12 (12 vols. available).
  • A complete history of the origin and progress of the late war, from its commencement, to the exchange of the ratifications of peace, ... London, 1764. 414pp. Vol. 2 of 2
  • A general collection of treatys ... 2nd ed. Volume 3. London, 1732. 529pp. 4 vols.
  • Allen, Joseph. Battles of the British navy, from A.D. 1000 to 1840. Volume 2. London, 1842. 612pp. 2 vols
  • Allen, Paul. A history of the American revolution : comprehending all the principal events both in the field and in the cabinet. Volume 2. Baltimore, 1819. 522pp. 2 vols
  • An impartial history of the late glorious war, from it's commencement to it's conclusion; ... Manchester, 1764. 360pp.
  • Anthing, Frederic. History of the campaigns of Prince Alexander Suworow Rymnikski, field-marshal-general in the service of His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of all ... New-York, 1800. 483pp.
  • Army and Navy chronicle. Volume 1. Washington, 1835-1842. 421pp. 13 vols
  • Astley, Philip. Remarks on the profession and duty of a soldier; with other observations relative to the army, at this time in actual service on the Continent. ... London, 1794. 55pp.
  • Barnard, John Gross. Notes on sea-coast defence : consisting of sea-coast fortification, the fifteen-inch gun, and casemate embrasures. New York, 1861. 106pp.
  • Bartlett, Napier. A soldier's story of the war : including the marches and battles of the Washington Artillery, and of other Louisiana troops. New Orleans, 1874. 266pp.
  • Battle-fields of the South, from Bull Run to Fredericksburg : with sketches of Confederate commanders, and gossip of the camps. Volume 1. London, 1863. 374pp. 2 vols.
  • Beatson, Alexander. A view of the origin and conduct of the war with Tippoo Sultaun; ... London, 1800. 465pp.
  • Beatson, Robert. Naval and military memoirs of Great Britain, from 1727 to 1783. Volume 2. London, 1804. 615pp. 6 vols.
  • Beatson, Robert. Naval and military memoirs of Great Britain, from 1727 to 1783. Volume 4. London, 1804. 593pp. 6 vols
  • Beawes, Wyndham. A civil, commercial, political, and literary history of Spain and Portugal. By the late Wyndham Beawes, ... In two volumes. ... London, 1793. 596pp. Vol. 1 of 2 (2 vols. available).
  • Beeson, John. A plea for the Indians : with facts and features of the late war in Oregon. New York, 1857. 144pp.
  • Bertrand de Moleville, Antoine François, marquis de. Annals of the French Revolution; or, a chronological account of its principal events; ... London, 1800. 507pp. Vol. 1 of 4
  • Bever, Samuel. The cadet. A military treatise. By an officer. London, 1756. 260pp
  • Blacksmith. The black book; or, a complete key to the late rattle at Minden. By a blacksmith. London, 1759. 30pp
  • Blanchard, Amos. American military biography : containing the lives, characters, and anecdotes of the officers of the Revolution who were most distinguished in ... [Cincinnati?], 1825. 433pp.
  • Bland, Humphrey. A treatise of military discipline; in which is laid down and explained the duty of the officer and soldier, ... By Humphrey Bland, ... The second edition. London, 1727. 402pp.
  • Borcke, Heros von. Memoirs of the Confederate war for independence. Volume 1. Edinburgh, 1866. 331pp. 2 vols.
  • Botta, Carlo. History of the war of the independence of the United States of America. Volume 1. Philadelphia, 1820-21. 438pp. 3 vols.
  • Brackenridge, H. H. (Hugh Henry). The death of General Montgomery, in storming the city of Quebec : a tragedy : with an ode, in honour of the Pennsylvania militia, and the small ... Philadelphia, M,DCC,LXXVII. 86pp.
  • Brackett, Albert G. (Albert Gallatin). General Lane's brigade in central Mexico. Cincinnati, 1854. 336pp.
  • Brodrick, Thomas.. A compleat history of the late war. in the Netherlands. Together with an abstract of the Treaty at Utrecht. London, 1713. 522pp.
  • Brooks, N. C. (Nathan Covington). A complete history of the Mexican war : its causes, conduct, and consequences : comprising an account of the various military and naval ... Philadelphia, 1849. 615pp.
  • Buckholtz, L. von.. Tactics for officers of infantry, cavalry and artillery. Richmond, Va., 1861. 121pp.
  • Burdett, William. Life and exploits of Mansong, commonly called Three-finger’d Jack, the terror of Jamaica in the years 1780 & 1781: with a particular account of ... Sommers Town, 1800.
  • Burgoyne, John Fox, Sir, bart.. The military opinions of General Sir John Fox Burgoyne ... London, 1859. 485pp.
  • Caldwell, Charles. Memoirs of the life and campaigns of the Hon. Nathaniel Greene : major general in the army of the United States and commander of the Southern ... Philadelphia; (Philadelphia), 1819. 477pp.
  • Calef, John. The siege of Penobscot by the rebels : containing a Journal of the proceedings of His Majesty's forces detached from the 74th and 82d regiments, ... London, 1781 ;. 52pp
  • Case. The situation of the subaltern officers of the British Army, reduced to half-pay, has long merited attention, ... [London?], [1800?]. 3pp.
  • Chaumareix, Jean-Hugues Duroy de. Narrative of Mons. de Chaumereix. a naval officer, who escaped from the massacres of Aurai & Vannes, after the expedition of Quiberon. ... Sunderland, 1800. 48pp.
  • Chesney, Charles Cornwallis. Campaigns in Virginia, Maryland, etc., etc. 2d ed. rev. and enl. Volume 2. London, 1864-65. 250pp. 2 vols.
  • Christie, Robert. The military and naval operations in the Canadas during the late war with the United States : including also the political history of ... Quebec, 1818. 234pp.
  • Coffin, Charles Carleton. Four years of fighting : a volume of personal observation with the army and navy from the first battle of Bull Run to the fall of Richmond. [5th ed.] Boston; (Cambridge [Mass.]), 1866. 583pp.
  • Confederate States of America. Army of Northern Virginia.. Major-General Magruder's report of his operations on the Peninsula : and of the battles of "Savage Station" and "Malvern Hill," near Richmond. Richmond [Va.], 1862. 44pp.
  • Confederate States of America. Army. Dept. of Northern Virginia.. Report of General Robert E. Lee, and subordinate reports of the battle of Chancellorsville : also, reports of Major General J.E.B. Stuart and ...Richmond, 1864. 146pp.
  • Confederate States of America. War Dept.. Official reports of battles, embracing the defence of Vicksburg. Richmond, Va., 1863. 170pp.
  • Confederate States of America. War Dept.. Official reports of battles. Richmond, 1864. 163pp.
  • Confederate States of America. War Dept.. Official reports of Generals Johnston and Beauregard of the battle of Manassas, July 21st, 1861 : also, official reports of the battle of 10th ... Richmond, 1862. 135pp.
  • Conyngham, D. P. (David Power). The Irish brigade and its campaigns : with some account of the Corcoran Legion and sketches of the principal officers. New York; (New York), 1869. 599pp.
  • Cooke, John Esten. Surry of Eagle's-Nest, or, The memoirs of a staff-officer serving in Virginia. 3rd ed. New York, 1866. 487pp.
  • Copies of original letters from the French army in Egypt. Part the third, ... Third edition. London, 1800. 204pp.
  • Cutter, Orlando Phelps.. Our battery, or, The journal of Company B, 1st O.V.A. Cleveland, 1864. 152pp.
  • Davis, James Lucius.. The trooper's manual, or, Tactics for light dragoons and mounted riflemen. Richmond, Va, 1861. 281pp.
  • Davis, Paris M. (Paris Moore). An authentic history of the late war between the United States and Great Britain : with a full account of every battle by sea and land, the ... New-York;([New York]), 1836. 346pp.
  • Defoe, Daniel. Memoirs of a cavalier: or a military journal of the wars in Germany, and the wars in England; from the year 1632, to the year 1648. ... London, [1720]. 344pp. Social Sciences
  • Donkin, Robert. Military collections and remarks ... New-York, 1777. 297pp.
  • Drewe, Edward. Dedicated to the British Army. Military sketches. By Edward Drewe, late Major of the 35th Regiment of Foot. Exeter, 1784. 151pp.
  • Dumont, Jean, baron de Carlscroon. The life and military history of His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, prince of the Roman Empire, and generalissimo of the British forces, in the ... London, 1754. 657pp. History and Geography
  • Dumont, Jean, baron de Carlscroon. The military history of His serene Highness Prince Eugene of Savoy, now generalissimo of the imperial army. As also of His Grace the late Duke of ... London, 1736. 805pp. Social Sciences
  • East India Company. Copies and extracts of advices to and from India, relative to the cause, progress, ... [London], 1800.
  • Entick, John. The general history of the late war: containing it's rise, progress, and event, in Europe, Asia, Africa, ... The fourth edition, corrected. London, 1779. 490pp. Vol. 4 of 5 (5 vols. available).
  • Estvàn, Bela. War pictures from the South. Volume 1. London, 1863. 328pp. 2 vols.
  • Fay, Heman Allen. Collection of the official accounts, in detail, of all the battles fought by sea and land, between the navy and army of the United States, and ... New-York, 1817. 295pp.
  • Fernyhough, Thomas.. Military memoirs of four brothers, (natives of Staffordshire,) engaged in the service of their country, as well in the New world and Africa, as ... London, 1829. 293pp.
  • Fitch, John. Annals of the Army of the Cumberland : comprising biographies, descriptions of departments, accounts of expeditions, skirmishes and battles : ... 6th ed. Philadelphia; ([Philadelphia]), 1864. 741pp.
  • Flanders delineated: or, a view of the Austrian and French Netherlands. ... Reading, 1745. 320pp
  • Flint, Timothy. Indian wars of the West : containing biographical sketches of those pioneers who headed the western settlers in repelling the attacks of the ... Cincinnati; (Cincinnati), 1833. 240pp.
  • Foster, John Y. (John Young). New Jersey and the rebellion : a history of the services of the troops and people of New Jersey in aid of the Union cause. Newark, 1868. 894pp.
  • Free citizen.. Truth develop'd, and innocence protected: or, the merits and demerits of the late Commander in Chief of the British forces in Germany set forth, ... London, 1760. 64pp.
  • Frost, John. Indian wars of the United States, from the discovery to the present time : from the best authorities. Philadelphia, 1840. 301pp.
  • Frothingham, Richard. History of the siege of Boston, and of the battles of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill : also, an account of the Bunker Hill monument : with ... Boston, 1849. 445pp.
  • Gilham, William. Instruction for field artillery : extracted from Gilham's Manual for volunteers and militia. Richmond, Va, 1862. 78pp.
  • Gillespie, Alexander, Major. An historical review of the Royal Marine Corps : from its original institution down to the present era, 1803. Birmingham [England], 1803. 423pp
  • Gleig, G. R. (George Robert). A narrative of the campaigns of the British army, at Washington, Baltimore, and New Orleans, under Generals Ross, Pakenham, & Lambert, in the ... Philadelphia, 1821. 431pp.
  • Goldsborough, W. W. (William Worthington). The Maryland line in the Confederate States Army. Baltimore, 1869. 368pp.
  • Harney, William Selby. Official correspondence of Brig. W.S. Harney, U.S. Army, and First Lt. Geo. Ihrie, late U.S. Army, with the U.S. War department, and subsequent ... [Washington?], [1861?]. 15pp.
  • Harrison, Walter.. Pickett's men : a fragment of war history. New York, 1870. 202pp.
  • Harrison, William Henry. Sketch of the life of Major General William Henry Harrison : comprising a brief account of his important civil and military srvices : including a ... [U.S.], 1836. 39pp.
  • Headley, P. C. (Phineas Camp). Massachusetts in the rebellion : a record of the historical position of the commonwealth, and the services of the leading statesmen, the military, ... Boston, 1866. 706pp
  • Hildreth, James. Dragoon campaigns to the Rocky Mountains : being a history of the enlistment, organization, and first campaigns of the regiment of United States ... New-York, 1836. 285pp.
  • Hill, Benson E. (Benson Earle). Recollections of an artillery officer : including scenes and adventures in Ireland, America, Flanders, and France. Volume 1. London, 1836. 350pp. 2 vols.
  • History of the American war, of eighteen hundred and twelve, from the commencement until the final termination thereof, on the memorable eighth ... Philadelphia, 1816. 260pp.
  • History of the late war in the western country : comprising a full account of all the transactions in that quarter, from the commencement of ... Lexington, K, 1816. 542pp.
  • History of the revolution of the 18th fructidor, (September 4th, 1797), and of the deportations to Guiana, ... London, 1800.
  • Hubbard, William. A narrative of the Indian wars in New-England : from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677 : containing a relation of the ... Norwich [Conn.], [1802]. 226pp.
  • Hunter, John Dunn. Manners and customs of several Indian tribes located west of the Mississippi : including some account of the soil, climate, and vegetable ... Philadelphia, 1823. 399pp.
  • Hunter, John Dunn. Memoirs of a captivity among the Indians of North America from childhood to the age of nineteen : with anecdotes descriptive of their manners and ... New ed., with port. London, 1823. 462pp.
  • Impartial hand. A system of camp-discipline, military honours, garrison-duty, and other regulations for the land forces. Collected by a gentleman of the army. ... London, 1757. 267pp.
  • Incidents of border life : illustrative of the times and condition of the first settlements in parts of the Middle and Western states ... : to ... Chambersburg, Pa, 1839. 511pp.
  • Institut d'Egypte (1798-1801). Memoirs relative to Egypt, written in that country during the campaigns of General Bonaparte, in the years 1798 and 1799, .... London, 1800. 489pp.
  • Interesting tracts, relating to the Island of Jamaica, consisting of curious state-papers, councils of war, letters, petitions, narratives, &c.&c. ... St Jago de la Vega [Jamaica], 1800. 305pp.
  • Irving, Theodore. "More than conqueror," or, Memorials of Col. J. Howard Kitching, Sixth New York artillery, Army of the Potomac. New York, 1873.
  • Irving, Theodore. "More than conqueror," or, Memorials of Col. J. Howard Kitching, Sixth New York artillery, Army of the Potomac. New York, 1873. 242pp.
  • Johnson, William. Sketches of the life and correspondence of Nathanael Greene, major general of the armies of the United States in the war of the Revolution. Volume 2. Charleston, 1822.
  • Jones, Charles Colcock. Historical sketch of the Chatham Artillery during the Confederate struggle for independence. Albany, 1867. 241pp
  • Jourdan, Jean-Baptiste. Memoir of the operations of the army of the Danube, under the command of General Jourdan, 1799. Taken from the manuscripts of that officer. ... London, 1799. 240pp.
  • Kennett, White. An impartial history of the late glorious war, from it's commencement to it's conclusion; containing an exact account of the battles and sea ... London, 1767. 389pp.
  • Kip, Lawrence. Army life on the Pacific : a journal of the expedition against the northern Indians, the tribes of the Coeur d'Alenes, Spokans, and Pelouzes, in ... New York, 1859. 123pp.
  • Lacroix, Irenée Amelot de.. Military and political hints. Boston, 1808.174pp.
  • Lamb, Roger. An original and authentic journal of occurrences during the late American war, from its commencement to the year 1783. Dublin, 1809. 464pp.
  • Las Cases, Emmanuel-Auguste-Dieudonné, comte de. A short guide to Mr. Le Sage's historical maps, which will enable every one to learn history by himself, ... [London], [1800?]. 14pp.
  • Lathrop, John. [A compendious history of the late war : containing an account of all the important battles, and many of the smaller actions, between the ... Boston, [1815]. 29pp.
  • Latour, Arsène Lacarrière. Historical memoir of the war in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15. Philadelphia, 1816. 488pp.
  • Lee, Henry. The campaign of 1781 in the Carolinas : with remarks, historical and critical, on Johnson's Life of Greene : to which is added an appendix of ... Philadelphia, 1824. 560pp.
  • Lettres de l'armée en Egypte, au gouvernement François. Interceptées par la corvette de sa Majesté Britannique, El Vincejo, dans la Mediterranée. ... Londres, 1800. 100pp.
  • Lloyd, Henry. The history of the late war in Germany, between the King of Prussia, and the Empress of Germany and her allies: containing the campaigns of 1758, ... London, 1790. 266pp
  • Lloyd, Thomas Augustus. The history of England, from the peace in 1783. To the present time: by T. A. Lloyd, Esq. Designed as a supplement to Hume, Smollet, and Cormick. ... London, [1800?]. 362pp. Vol. 1 of 2 (2 vols.
  • Lossing, Benson John. Memoir of Lieut.-Col. John T. Greble, of the United States army. Philadelphia, 1870. 101pp.
  • Love, William De Loss. Wisconsin in the war of the rebellion : a history of all regiments and batteries the state has sent to the field, and deeds of her citizens, ... Chicago, 1866. 1218pp.
  • McClung, John A. (John Alexander). Sketches of western adventure : containing an account of the most interesting incidents connected with the settlement of the West, from 1755 to ... Maysville, Ky, 1832. 357pp.
  • M'Clung, John A.. Sketches of western adventure : containing an account of the most interesting incidents connected with the settlement of the West, from 1755 to ... Rev. and corr., with engravings. Cincinnati, 1839. 311pp.
  • McSherry, Richard. El puchero, or, A mixed dish from Mexico, embracing General Scott's campaign : with sketches of military life, in field and camp, of the ... Philadelphia, 1850. 290pp.
  • Moody, James. Lieut. James Moody's narrative of his exertions and sufferings in the cause of government, since the year 1776 : authenticated by proper ... 2nd ed. London, 1783. 66pp.
  • Morton, James St. Clair. Letter to the Hon. John B. Floyd, secretary of war, presenting for his consideration a new plan for the fortification of certain points of the ... Washington, 1858. 107pp.
  • Moultrie, William. Memoirs of the American revolution, so far as it related to the states of North and South Carolina, and Georgia .... Volume 2. New-York, 1802. 440pp. 2 vols
  • Murray, James. An impartial history of the present war in America : containing an account of its rise and progress, the political springs thereof, with its ... Volume 2. London, [1778-80]. 587pp. 2 vols.
  • Napoléon, I, Emperor of the French. An account of the French expedition in Egypt; written by Buonaparte and Berthier; with Sir William Sidney Smith's letters. To which is added, ... The second edition. Leeds, [1800?]. 63pp.
  • Narrative of a private soldier in His Majesty's 92d regiment of foot. 1st American ed. Philadelphia, 1822. 214pp.
  • Nichols, George Ward. The story of the great march : from the diary of a staff officer. London, 1865. 317pp.
  • Norry, Charles. An account of the French expedition to Egypt: comprehending a view of the country of Lower Egypt, its cities, monuments, and inhabitants, .... London, 1800. 55pp.
  • Ozanam, Jacques. A treatise of fortification, containing the ancient and modern method of the construction and defense of places. And the manner of carrying on ... Oxford, 1711. 270pp. Medicine, Science and Technology
  • Papacino d'Antoni, Alessandro Vittorio. A treatise on gun-powder; a treatise on fire-arms; and a treatise on the service of artillery in time of war : translated from the Italian of ... London, 1789. 437pp.
  • Parker, William Harwar. Instruction for naval light artillery, afloat and ashore : prepared and arranged for the U.S. Naval academy. 2d ed., rev. / by Lieut. S.B. Luce.. New York, 1862. 136pp.
  • Perkins, Samuel. A history of the political and military events of the late war between the United States and Great Britain. New Haven, 1825. 508pp.
  • Planta, Joseph. The history of the Helvetic confederacy, in two volumes ... London, 1800. 493pp. Vol. 1 of 2 (2 vols. available).
  • Pommereul, François René Jean de, Baron. Campaign of General Buonaparte in Italy, in 1796-7. By a general officer. Translated from the French by T. E. Ritchie. ... Edinburgh, 1799. 507pp.
  • Prussia. Army. Infantry.. New regulations for the Prussian infantry: containing an exact detail of the present field-service: ... London, 1757.
  • Ramkins, Alexander. The memoirs of Majr. Alexander Ramkins, a Highland-officer, now in prison at Avingnon. Being an account of several remarkable adventures during ... London, 1719 [1718]. 186pp. Literature and
  • Rawson, Jonathan. A compendium of military duty, adapted for the militia of the United States : in three parts : containing: Part I. The duty of soldiers in ... 1st ed.. Dover (N.H.), 1793. 288pp
  • Richards, Thomas Bingham. Letters from Sicily. Written in the year 1798, by a gentleman to his friends in England. London, 1800. 237pp.
  • Ripault, Louis-Madeleine. Report of the Commission of Arts to the First Consul Bonaparte, on the antiquities of Upper Egypt, and the present state of all the temples, ... London, 1800.
  • Roberts, Joseph. The hand-book of artillery. Richmond, Va, 1861. 153pp.
  • Rooke, Henry. Account of the expedition of Ancona undertaken by a Russian and Turkish armanent 1799. London [i.e. Livorno?], 1800.
  • Russell, J. (John). The history of the war between the United States and Great Britain which commenced in June, 1812 and closed in Feb. 1815 : containing the ... Hartford, 1815. 473pp.
  • Sackville, George Germain, Viscount. The proceedings of a general court-martial held at the Horse-Guards on Friday the 7th ... to Monday the 24th of March 1760: and of a general ... Edinburgh, 1760. 223pp.
  • Saint-Aulaire, Jean-Yrieux de Beaupoil, marquis de. Observations d'un gentilhomme sur la soumission proposée au clergé de France par la république, .... Londres, 1800. 22pp.
  • Salmond, James. A review of the origin, progress, and result of the decisive war with the late Tippoo Sultaun, in Mysore: with notes; by James Salmond, ... London, 1800. 439pp.
  • Secret anecdotes of the revolution of the 18th Fructidor; ... and new memoirs of the persons deported to Guiana, written by themselves : ... The second edition. London, 1800.
  • Semmes, Raphael. My adventures afloat : a personal memoir of my cruises and services in "The Sumter" and "Alabama". London, 1869. 838pp.
  • Semmes, Raphael. Service afloat and ashore during the Mexican War. Cincinnati, 1851. 492pp.
  • Sketches of the war, between the United States and the British isles : intended as a faithful history of all the material events from the time of ... Rutland, Vt, 1815. 500pp
  • Smith, W. A. (William Alexander). The Anson guards, Company C, Fourteenth Regiment, North Carolina Volunteers, 1861-1865. Charlotte, N.C, 1914. 384pp.
  • Smith, Z. F. (Zachariah Frederick). The Battle of New Orleans : including the previous engagements between the Americans and the British, the Indians, and the Spanish which led to ... Louisville, Ky, 1904. 230pp.
  • Smyth, James Carmichael. Précis of the wars in Canada, from 1755 to the Treaty of Ghent in 1814 : with military and political reflections. London, 1826. 196pp.
  • Sonnini, C. S. (Charles Sigisbert) Travels in upper and lower Egypt, undertaken by order of the old government of France; by C. S. Sonnini, ... Illustrated by engravings, ... London, 1800. 827pp.
  • Southern Historical Society.. Transactions of the Southern Historical Society. Baltimore, 1874. 221pp.
  • Starke, Mariana. Letters from Italy, between the years 1792 and 1798, containing a view of the revolutions in that country, ... London, 1800. 397pp. Vol. 1 of 2 (2 vols. available).
  • Stevens, William. A system for the discipline of the artillery of the United States of America, or, The young artillerist's pocket companion ... : in three volumes. New-York, 1797. 285pp.
  • Stevenson, Roger.. Military instructions for officers detached in the field: containing a scheme for forming a corps of a partisan. Illustrated with plans of the ... The second edition, corrected and improved. London, 1779.274pp.
  • Subscriptions received for the discharge of the subaltern officers of the army (upon half-pay) confined in different prisons for debt. [London?], [1800?].
  • Tarleton, Lieutenant-General (Banastre). A history of the campaigns of 1780 and 1781, in the southern provinces of North America, by Lieutenant-Colonel Tarleton. ... Dublin, 1787. 541pp
  • Taylor, George, of Ballywalter, Ireland. An historical account of the rise, progress and suppression, of the rebellion in the county of Wexford, in the year 1798: to which are annexed, ... Dublin, 1800. 278pp.
  • Thacher, James. A military journal during the American revolutionary war, from 1775 to 1783 : describing interesting events and transactions of the period with ... Boston, 1823. 601pp.
  • The American and British chronicle of war and politics : being an accurate and comprehensive register of the most memorable occurrences in the ... London, [1783?]. 123pp.
  • The annual register, or a view of the history, politicks, and literature, of the year 1758. The second edition. London, 1761. 509pp
  • The Army & navy official gazette : containing reports of battles : also, important orders of the War department record of courts-martial, etc. Volume 2. Washington city, 1864-65. 871pp. 2 vols.
  • The Army and Navy chronicle and scientific repository. Washington, 1843-1844. 1233pp.
  • The history of the campaign in Flanders, in the year 1709. Containing an exact account of the most material transactions. ... To which is added, ... London, 1710. 57pp.
  • The history of the campaign of 1796 in Germany and Italy. Translated from the French. ... London, 1800-01. 403pp. Vol. 1 of 5 (5 vols.
  • The history of the campaign of 1796 in Germany and Italy. Translated from the French. ... London, 1800-01. 404pp. Vol. 3 of 5 (5 vols. available).
  • The history of the civil war in America. Vol. I., comprehending the campaigns of 1775, 1776, and 1777. London, 1780. 425pp.
  • The London magazine: or, Gentleman's monthly intelligencer. London [England], [1732-1735]. 546pp. Vol. 1 (1 vols. available).Social Sciences
  • The Military and naval magazine of the United States ... Volume 1. Washington, 1833-36. 391pp. 6 vols.
  • The Monthly military repository : respectfully inscribed to the military of the United States of America. Volume 1. New York, 1796-97. 355pp. 2 vols.
  • Thompson, David, of Niagara, Ont.. History of the late war between Great Britain and the United States of America : with a retrosopective view of the causes ... to which is added ... Niagara, U.C., 1832. 296pp
  • Todd, Charles Stewart. Sketches of the civil and military services of William Henry Harrison. Cincinnati, 1840. 164pp.
  • United States. War Dept.. Instruction for heavy artillery. Richmond, Va, 1862. 326pp.
  • Waithman, Robert. War proved to be the real cause of the present scarcity, and enormous high price of every article of consumption, with the only radical remedies. ... London, 1800. 78pp.
  • Waldo, S. Putnam (Samuel Putnam). Memoirs of Andrew Jackson : major-general in the Army of the United States and commander in chief of the Division of the South. Hartford [Conn.], 1818. 312pp.
  • Walker, A. (Adam). A journal of two campaigns of the Fourth Regiment of U.S. Infantry in the Michigan and Indiana territories : under the command of Col. John P. ... Keene, N.H, 1816. 140pp.
  • Walker, Edward Ashley, Mrs.. Our first year of army life : an anniversary address, delivered to the First regiment of Connecticut volunteer heavy artillery, at their camp ... New Haven, 1862. 95pp.
  • Walsh, Edward. A narrative of the expedition to Holland, in the autumn of the year 1799; illustrated with a map of North Holland, ... Second edition, corrected and enlarged. London, 1800. 182pp.
  • Whitman, Zachariah G. (Zachariah Gardner). An historical sketch of the Ancient and Honourable Artillery Company : from its formation in the year 1637 to the present time. Boston [Mass.], c1820. 200pp.
  • Wilkinson, James. Memoirs of my own times. Volume 1. Philadelphia, 1816. 926pp. 4 vols.
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