Rebound in maroon cloth. History & Development of Warfare-General Subtitled "Including a Description of the Volunteer Movement and the Progress of the Volunteer Organisation". Published by Edward Stanford in London in 1871, this is an extremely scarce first edition written by 'Military jounalist' Stocqueler, whose extensive works include 'The Illustrated Life of the Duke of Wellington', 'The Memoirs of Sir William Nott', 'The British Soldier', 'The Familiar History of India' and 'The familiar history of the United States'. Presented in embossed boards rebound in maroon cloth with gilt on blue spine title, the volume is in fine condition apart from traces of very light foxing, primarily toward the back of the book. UL-XXXXXX. xvi + 349pp, + viiipp.
Edward Stanford, London, UK, 1871. 1st Ed. (U.K. ), Good, Hard Cover, Size=7.5"x10", 357pp(Index). Original green cloth with gold stamped spine letters & stamped cover designs. Cloth chipped head & foot of spine, shelfwear at cover fore-edge corners, front & rear inside hinges cracked, foxing on Half Title Page, o.w. clean & tight. No ink names, bookplates, etc. Text is bright & in near fine condition. Has a list of Cavalry Regiments & Infantry Regiments at end of book & an Errata Page. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
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