POTTER'S COMPEND. Tactics of the Infantry of the U.S. Army, Abridged, For the Use of the Militia of the United States
by Potter, Paraclete (1780-1858)
Poughkeepsie: Printed by P. Potter, 1826. Hardcover. Good. Sixth Edition, Revised and Improved. To which is added "Compliments by Troops Under Review," and the "Form and Course of Inspection," abridged from the "General Regulations for the Army." Ninety p. with nine plates. 16mo. In contemporary paper-covered boards over a period brown leather spine. The contents are uniformly toned, with some staining to the top corner. Prominent chip to the top corner of the second plate, not affecting the image. Period ink doodling and staining to the prefatory and concluding leaves. The boards are rather worn and showing along the extremities, more so at the corners, with a bit of minor staining as well.
(Inventory #: 66561)
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