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Leaves from the Journal of a Subaltern During the Campaign in the Punjaub, Sept. 1848 to March 1849., (Sandford, Ensign Daniel Augustus).
1 86-177 (Sandford, Ensign Daniel Augustus). Leaves from the Journal of a Subaltern During the Campaign in the Punjaub, Sept. 1848 to March 1849.
Blackwood, 1849., 1849. 1st ed. NAP. 227p. Sikh War, 1848-1849. Author was educated at Rugby. Entered the Bengal Army in 1846. He arrived in India in March 1847, and before the end of the month was sent up to Benares to do duty with the 9th Native Infantry. At the end of the following September he was posted to the 2nd European Regiment (later 2nd Royal Munster Fusiliers), and he joined that regiment at Subathu early in the succeeding November. On the outbreak of the Second Sikh war he accompanied his regiment into the field and served with it throughout the Punjab campaign of 1848-49, including the affair of Rumnagar, the passage of the Chenab, the battles of Chilianwala and Goojerat, at which last he was slightly wounded, and the pursuit of the Sikhs to Peshawar, at which place he served with the corps for some time after the close of the campaign. He subsequently marched with the regiment to Lahore, arriving there in May 1849, and at that place, on the 20th of June, he died of a fever resulting from the hardships and privations of the campaign. Published posthumously by his father. See Riddick 164. Original black embossed cloth. Gilt titles. 1/8 inch tear at top of spine. Original owner's name Alice All good 1850. Near Fine Copy
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Historical Records of the 72d Highlanders: Now 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders 1777-1886., 72d Highlander Regiment (Col. W. Guinness commanding).
2 86-55 72d Highlander Regiment (Col. W. Guinness commanding). Historical Records of the 72d Highlanders: Now 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders 1777-1886.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1886., 1886. 1st ed. 197p. Sutcliffe states this was limited to 40 copies. Original green pebbled cloth with gilt regimental crest on front. Gilt lettering bright. Fine Copy
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Letters from the Crimea., A Subaltern Officer ( A. Brooksbank, 38th Regt.).
3 86-101 A Subaltern Officer ( A. Brooksbank, 38th Regt.). Letters from the Crimea.
York: John Southeran, 1873., 1873. 1st ed. 90p. Original russet cloth with gilt lettering and lines. Small book. A bit sunned. The identity of the author has been inked in on the title page in an old hand. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy
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Recollections of a Military Life., Adye, Gen. John.
4 86-118 Adye, Gen. John. Recollections of a Military Life.
Smith, Elder, 1895., 1895. 382p. Illustrations. 3 Maps. Crimea, India NW Frontier. See Riddick 268. Blue cloth with gilt lettering. Bookplate. Some foxing to end papers. Very Good Copy
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With The Guards We Shall Go: A Guardsman's Letters in the Crimea, 1854-1855., Airlie, Countess Mabell.
5 86-125 Airlie, Countess Mabell. With The Guards We Shall Go: A Guardsman's Letters in the Crimea, 1854-1855.
Hodder & Stoughton, 1933., 1933. 1st ed. 322p. Photos of art. Much connecting and introductory text between the letters of Col. Strange Jocelyn, 2nd Battalion, Scots Fusilier Guards. The author /editor was his great niece. Page edge foxing. Heavy. Near Fine/Fair Copy
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History of the Second Dragoons
6 86-80 Almack, Edward. History of the Second Dragoons "Royal Scots Greys".
London, n. p., (Alexander Moring), 1908., 1908. Ltd Ed: 81 subscribers. 312p. Photos. Three colored uniform plates. Covers from their formation in the 1672 through to the end of the Boer War. White spine over grey cloth. Gilt eagle and lettering. Top edge gilt. Rag paper. Very Oversize. Front hinge starting to crack at top. Calling card pasted on front flyleaf. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy
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Poona Horse: 17th Queen Victoria's Own Cavalry 1817-1932.  Vol. I 1817-1913. Vol. II. 1914-1931., Anderson, Maj. M. H. & Anderson, Lt. Col E. S. J. & Molloy, Col. G. M.  & Wylly, Col. H. C.
7 86-158 Anderson, Maj. M. H. & Anderson, Lt. Col E. S. J. & Molloy, Col. G. M. & Wylly, Col. H. C. Poona Horse: 17th Queen Victoria's Own Cavalry 1817-1932. Vol. I 1817-1913. Vol. II. 1914-1931.
Royal United Service Institution, 1933., 1933. 1st ed. 2 Vols. 276p. + 235p. Photos. Illustrations. Vol. I. 11 Maps of which 1 is folding Maps. Vol. II 15 maps. .See Perkins page 417. 3/4 Maroon cloth over green cloth. Gilt lettering on spine. Oversize. Heavy. Foxing. Bookplates. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set
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History of the Guides. 1846-1922., Anon.
8 86-175 Anon. History of the Guides. 1846-1922.
Gale & Polden, 1938., 1938. 1st ed. 347p. Photos. 11 Folding maps in text. 7 Folding maps in pocket. Perkins see page 409. "A full and readable history. Exemplary but no index". Original Tan cloth. Gilt crest on front and Gilt title in red band on spine. Beveled edges. Oversize. Foxing. Near Fine Copy
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With H. M. 9th Lancers During the Indian Mutiny. The Letters of Brevet-Major O. H. S. G. Anson., Anson, Brevet-Major O. H. S. G. (Harcourt S. Anson. ed).
9 86-182 Anson, Brevet-Major O. H. S. G. (Harcourt S. Anson. ed). With H. M. 9th Lancers During the Indian Mutiny. The Letters of Brevet-Major O. H. S. G. Anson.
W. H. Allen, 1896., 1896. 1st ed. NAP. 280p. Dark blue with gilt lettering. Frontispiece. These are letters written by the author to his wife, who was at Kussowlee. At the commencement of the Mutiny he commanded of a squadron and later the regiment. Many written during the Siege of Delhi and campaign against Lucknow. See Sorsky 132. Top half of the half title page has been clipped where there was an inscription. Otherwise Near Fine In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy
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Second Afghan War 1878-80: Abridged Official Account., Army Headquarters, India, Intelligence Branch.
10 86-235 Army Headquarters, India, Intelligence Branch. Second Afghan War 1878-80: Abridged Official Account.
Murray, 1908., 1908. 734p. Folding Maps. Red cloth. Top edge gilt. Gilt lettering on spine. Heavy. Near Fine Copy
Hardcover. 

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Personal Records of the Kandahar Campaign by Officers Engaged Therein., Ashe, Maj. Waller (Walter)Editor. (King's Dragoon Guards).
11 86-242 Ashe, Maj. Waller (Walter)Editor. (King's Dragoon Guards). Personal Records of the Kandahar Campaign by Officers Engaged Therein.
David Bogue, 1881., 1881. 1st ed. NAP. 252p. Original brown embossed cloth. Second Afghan War: focus mainly on General Burrow's disastrous defeat at Maiwand, and the consequent relief force led by General Roberts. See Riddick 271. Copy of Edward K. Foosbery. Dated 1881. Five page manuscript account of the death of Capt. Garrett at Maiwand dated 1880 laid-in. Fine Copy
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12 86-2 Atiya, Aziz. Crusade: Historiography and Bibliography.
Indiana Univ., 1962., 1962. 1st ed. 170p. Green cloth in original glassine jacket. As New Copy
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Regimental History: The Royal Hampshire Regiment Volume One to 1914., Atkinson, C. T.
13 86-8 Atkinson, C. T. Regimental History: The Royal Hampshire Regiment Volume One to 1914.
Published by For the Regiment Robert Maclehose & Company, 1950., 1950. 497p. Photos. Maps. Covers Peninsula war, China 1860, Afghanistan 1878-80, Burma 1885-85 & Boer War. Dark blue cloth with regimental crests on front. Heavy. Fine Copy
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South Wales Borderers 24th 1689-1937., Atkinson, C. T.
14 86-32 Atkinson, C. T. South Wales Borderers 24th 1689-1937.
Cambridge: for the Regimental Committee, 1937., 1937. 1st ed. 601p. Photos. 2 Folding Maps. Color plates. Sections on the Kafir war, Isandhlwana, and Rorke's Drift. Original green leather. 3 Gilt crests on front. Gilt lettering & crest on spine. Top edge gilt. Hinges intact. Very Oversize. Heavy. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy
1st Leather. 

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History of the Royal Dragoons 1661 - 1934., Atkinson, Capt. C. T.
15 86-69 Atkinson, Capt. C. T. History of the Royal Dragoons 1661 - 1934.
Robert Maclehose, 1934., 1934. 1st ed. 547p. Numerous Maps. 4 Folding Maps at end. 8 Tipped in Color Illustrations. Other Illustrations. Original red cloth with gilt crest on front and Gilt lettering and Napoleonic eagle on spine. Top edge gilt. Very Oversize. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy
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History of the Thirtieth Regiment Now the First Battalion East Lancashire Regiment 1689-1881., Bannatyne, Lt. Col. Neil.
16 86-35 Bannatyne, Lt. Col. Neil. History of the Thirtieth Regiment Now the First Battalion East Lancashire Regiment 1689-1881.
Littlebury Bros., 1923., 1923. 1st ed. 474p. Color uniform plates. Maps. Original Black cloth with gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering. Heavy. Near Fine Copy
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Letters from Persia and India 1857-1859, A Subaltern's Experiences in War., Barker, General Sir George Digby; Barker, Lady, ed.
17 86-197 Barker, General Sir George Digby; Barker, Lady, ed. Letters from Persia and India 1857-1859, A Subaltern's Experiences in War.
G. Bell & Sons, 1915., 1915. 1st ed. NAP. 183p. Photos. Folding Map at rear. With Gen Outram's force in Persia in 1857. Then joins Gen Havelock's column at Allahbad. Operations to Cawnpore and Lucknow in the 78th Highlanders. See Riddick 192. Original Red cloth. Gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy
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History of the XIII Hussars., Barrett, C. R. B.
18 86-85 Barrett, C. R. B. History of the XIII Hussars.
William Blackwood, 1911., 1911. 2 vols. 393p. + 442p. Photos. 6 Color Plates. 10 Folding Maps. Formed in the 18th century, The Peninsular War, India, The Crimean War, The Boer War. Original Blue cloth with gilt lettering. Regimental insignia on fronts "Viret in Aeternum". Top edge gilt. Oversize. Very heavy. Hinges intact. In mylar sleeves Fine Set
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Narrative of the Part Taken by the 79th Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders in the Egyptian Campaign, 1882., Baynes, K.S., Captain and Adjutant.
19 86-275 Baynes, K.S., Captain and Adjutant. Narrative of the Part Taken by the 79th Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders in the Egyptian Campaign, 1882.
Printed for Private Circulation. London: Henry Hansard, 1883., 1883. 1st ed. 34p. Frontispiece photo of Col. Leith. Dark blue or black cloth with gilt lettering on front Bookplate. Copy of Gordon Ramsay. Original owner's name on the title "Kotchard Recarlily"?. Foxing to tissue guard. Flyleaf clipped corner. Mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy
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Nineteenth and Their Times: Being an Account of the Four Cavalry Regiments in the British Army that Have Borne the Number Nineteen and of the Campaigns in Which They Served., Biddulph, Colonel John.
20 86-78 Biddulph, Colonel John. Nineteenth and Their Times: Being an Account of the Four Cavalry Regiments in the British Army that Have Borne the Number Nineteen and of the Campaigns in Which They Served.
London: John Murray, 1899., 1899. 1st ed. Printed at Edinburg Press. 330p. Maps. Blue cloth Gilt tiles. Author joined the 19th Lancers and proceeded to India where he served in Awadh during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Later an Indian Government administrator and ornithologist. The Four regiments covered: 19th Regiment, Drogheda's Dragoons 1759-1763, & Am Rev. 1779-1783, 23rd Light Dragoons, 1781-1786, 19th Light Dragoons, 1786-1821; 19th Hussars, 1858-1899. Heavy. Mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy
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