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thirteen volumes in twenty parts, consisting of fourteen volumes ofûtext and six map cases, mixed editions as usual, in original red cloth, anûattractive work (heavy set).û(1) First Part - To the Close of the Seven Years' War. 1899, xxxii + 591pp,û22 maps (5 folding).û(2) First Part - To the Close of the Seven Years' War. 1899, xxii + 629pp,û26 maps (7 folding), 2pp adverts at end.û(3) Second Part - From the Close of the Seven Years' War to the Second Peaceûof Paris, 1763-1793. 1911, 2nd ed, xxviii + 631pp, 13 folding maps at endûof volume.û(4) Part 1. Second Part Continued - From the Fall of the Bastille to theûPeace of Amiens, 1789-1801. 1906, li + 598pp, 2pp adverts at end.û(4) Part 2. Second Part Continued - From the Fall of the Bastille to theûPeace of Amiens, 1789-1801. 1915, 2nd ed, xviii, pagination continues toû967pp, 2pp adverts at end.û(4) Map Case. 1915, 27 folding maps.û(5) Second Part Continued - From the Renewal of the War to the Evacuation ofûRio de la Plata, 1803-1807. 1910, xxiii 437pp, 17 maps (16 folding), 2ppûadverts at end.û(6) From the Expedition to Egypt, 1807, to the Battle of Coruna, Januaryû1809, 1807-1809. 1921, 2nd ed, xxi + 448pp, 9 folding maps.û(7) 1809-1810. 1912, xxii + 661pp, 2pp adverts at end of volume.û(7) Map Case. 1912, 18 folding maps.û(8) 1811-1812. 1917, xxii + 687pp.û(8) Map Case. 1917, 18 folding battle plans and smaller maps, 5 largerûfolding maps.û(9) 1813-1814. 1920, xxv + 534pp (includes 5 appendices), 2pp adverts at endûof volume.û(9) Map Case (for Vols 9 and 10). 1920, 30 folding maps.û(10) 1814-1815. 1920, xviii + 458pp (includes 5 appendices), 2pp adverts atûend of volume.û(11) 1815-1838. 1923, xxii + 533pp, 14 folding maps, 2pp adverts at end ofûvolume.û(12) 1839-1852. 1927, xxi + 578pp, 4 maps (one folding), 2pp adverts at endûof volume.û(12) Map Case. 1927, 14 folding maps.û(13) 1852-1870. 1930, xxv + 598pp, 3 maps (one folding), 2pp adverts at endûof volume.û(13) Map Case. 1930, 14 folding maps. AJS: Sir John Fortescue's monumental History of the British Army standsûapart in the writing of British military history. It is the campaignûhistory of the old long-service army that ended with the Cardwell reformsûof 1870. Whilst there is some account of the army in the medieval age theûwork concentrates on the period 1700-1870 and remains a solid andûpermanent contribution to British and Imperial history.ûUncommon now.
Title: A History of the British Army.
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