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This List is the British Victorian Military Collection of Ron Van Sickle.
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Roger Perkins'. Regiments of the Empire: A Bibliography of the Published Histories.
Riddick, John. Glimpses of India: An Annotated Bibliography of Published Personal Writings by Englishmen, 1583-1947.
Sorsky, Richard. Sepoy Mutiny: 1857: An Annotated Checklist of English Language Books.
Bruce, A. P. C. An Annotated Bibliography of the British Army: 1660-1914.
Raugh, Harold. British Military Operations in Egypt and the Sudan: A Selected Bibliography.
Raugh, Harold. Anglo-Zulu War, 1879: A Selected Bibliography.
Sutcliffe, Victor. Regiments of the British Army: Handbook with Book Lists. Part 1 - Infantry.
Sutcliffe, Victor. Regiments of the British Army: Handbook with Book Lists. Part 2. Cavalry and Armour.


BRITISH REGIMENTAL HISTORIES (1660-1930's)

  1. ~Bruce, A. P. C. ~An Annotated Bibliography of the British Army: 1660-1914. ~Garland, 1975. ~255p. Green cloth. Ex.lib. Front flyleaf removed. 1 Rubber stamp otherwise Fine Copy~$15~[ 0824099885 ]
  2. ~Atiya, Aziz. ~Crusade: Historiography and Bibliography. ~Indiana Univ., 1962. ~1st ed. 170p. Green cloth in original glassine jacket. As New Copy~$20~
  3. ~Perkins, Roger (ed). ~Regiments: Regiments and Corps of the British Empire and Commonwealth, 1758-1993 - A Critical Bibliography of Their Published Histories. ~Newton Abbot: Perkins, 1994. ~806p. Maroon leather with gilt titles. Very Heavy. As New Copy~$100~[ 0950642932 ]
  4. ~Sutcliffe, Victor. ~Regiments of the British Army: Handbook with Book Lists. Part 1 - Infantry. ~Mulberry Coach House Books, 2007. ~505p. Blue cloth. Heavy. Fine Copy~$50~[ 095563640X ]
  5. ~Sutcliffe, Victor. ~Regiments of the British Army: Handbook with Book Lists. Part 2. Cavalry and Armour. ~Mulberry Coach House Books, 2008. ~283p. Blue cloth. Fine Copy~$50~[ 9780955636417 ]
  6. ~White , Arthur S. ~Bibliography of Regimental Histories of the British Army. ~Naval & Military Press, 1992. ~Reprint of 1965. 331p. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$45~[ 1847341322 ]
  7. ~Saul, David. ~Victoria's Wars: The Rise of Empire. ~Viking, 2006. ~1st ed. 503p. Photos. Maps. Heavy. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$35~[ 0670911380 ]
  8. ~Atkinson, C. T. ~Regimental History: The Royal Hampshire Regiment Volume One to 1914. ~Published by For the Regiment Robert Maclehose & Company, 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~$65~
  9. ~Cowper, Col. L. I. (ed.). ~King's Own: Story of a Royal Regiment, 1680 - 1914 (2 volume set). ~Oxford Univ., 1939. ~1st ed. 2 vols. 552p. + 449p. Photos. Folding Maps. Blue cloth with gilt lion on fronts & Tudor rose on the backs. Spines sunned. Page edge foxing. Near Fine Set. ~$130~
  10. ~Everard, Maj. H. ~History of Thos Farrington's Regiment Subsequently Designated the 29th (Worcestershire) Foot 1694 to 1891. ~Worcester: Littlebury & Co., 1891. ~1st ed. 598p. Photos. Original full dark blue or black leather with gilt crests and lettering on front and gilt lettering in red field and decorations on the spine. Raised bands. Marbled endpapers. Page edges marbled. Oversize. Very heavy. Some foxing. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$500~
  11. ~Everett, Maj. Gen. Henry. ~Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's) 1685-1914. ~Methuen, 1934. ~1st ed. 421p. Photos. Color Illustrations of uniforms. Folding Maps. Covers this regiment's service in 18th century wars, Napoleonic Wars, Afghanistan, Burma, Indian Mutiny, Zulu War, and the Boer War. Original ¾ black leather over very dark green or black cloth. Gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering bright. Top edge gilt. Very heavy. Slight page edge foxing. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$125~
  12. ~Hamilton. Lt. Gen. F. W. ~Origin and History of the First or Grenadier Guards: From Documents in the State Paper Office, War Office, Horse Guards, Contemporary History, Regimental Records, Etc. (3 Vols.). ~John Murray, 1874. ~Three volumes: 457p. + 496p.+ 548p. Photos. Folding Maps. Color plates. Original decorated pebbled red cloth with blue title fields. Gilt lettering. Beveled edges. Hinges intact. Very Heavy. In mylar sleeves. Fine Set~$600~
  13. ~Jones, James. ~History of the South Staffordshire Regiment (1705-1923). ~Wolverhampton: Whitehead Brothers, 1923. ~1st ed. 483p. Color uniform plate frontispiece. Photos. Maps. Red cloth with regimental crest on front. Heavy. Fine Copy~$350~
  14. ~Laurie, Lt. Col George & Falls, Capt. Cyril. ~History of the Royal Irish Rifles. + History of the First Seven Battalions the Royal Irish Rifles (now the Royal Ulster Rifles) in the Great War. Vol. II. ~Gale & Polden, 1914 & 1925. ~Deluxe ed. Ltd ed. Copy 47 of 82 copies. 2 vols. 540p. + 189p. Engravings. Colored Illustrations. Photos. Folding Maps. Vol. I. Covers 83rd & 86th Regiments from 1793 through 1912 including service in the Peninsular War, Indian Mutiny & Boer War. Black leather With gilt crest on front & gilt tiles. Cloth (silk?) endpapers in Vol. I. Marbled paper in Vol. II. All edges gilt. Vol. II. Covers the Great war. Silk front endpaper damaged. Rear loosely attached Very Oversize. Spines slightly sunned. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Set~$1000~
  15. ~McCance, Capt. S. ~History of the Royal Munster Fusiliers. Vol. I. 1650-1860 Vol. II. 1861-1922. ( 2 vols.). ~Gale & Polden, 1927. ~1st ed. 2 vols. 254p. + 305p. Photos.5+ 3 Color plates. 20 +21 Maps, many folding. Original blue cloth with beveled edges, Gilt crest on fronts. Gilt lettering. Very heavy. Owner's name on half title, a member of the regiment. Page edge foxing. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$1200~
  16. ~Petre, F. Loraine. ~History of the Norfolk Regiment 1685-1918. (2 vols.). ~Jarrold & Sons, c. 1919-1924. ~1st ed. 2 vols. Vol. I covers to 1914. Vol. II 1914-1918. 440p. + 454p. Photos. Color plates. Maps. Original red cloth with gilt medallion on front. Gilt titles on spines. Oversize. Heavy. Minor page edge foxing. In mylar sleeves. Fine Set~$450~
  17. ~Regimental Historical Records Committee. ~Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Being the History of the Regiment from December 1688 to July 1914. ~Constable, 1928. ~1st ed. NAP. 673p. Color uniform plates by PW Reynolds. Maps. See Sutcliffe page 169. Original Blue cloth with gilt crest on front. Page edge foxing. Owner's name and organizational Rubber stamp. Near Fine Copy~$300~
  18. ~Smyth, Maj. B. ~History of the Lancashire Fusiliers (Formerly XX Regiment) (2 Vols.). Volume I 1688-1821 and Volume II 1822-1903. ~Dublin: Sackville Press, 1903-1904. ~2 vols. Vol. I.:390p.1 Folding Maps. 4Color uniform plates. Vol. II: 504p. Photos. 4 Folding Maps. 10 Color uniform plates. Red cloth. Regimental crest on fronts. Gilt lettering. Heavy. Spines and margins of boards very sunned. Spine tops worn. Some shelf wear. Good Set. ~$160~
  19. ~Vane, Maj. W. L. ~Durham Light Infantry. ~Gale & Polden, 1914. ~1st ed. 334p.Photos. Foxing. Original dark green embossed cloth with gilt device on front. Gilt lettering on spine. Oversize. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$300~
  20. ~Whitehorne, Maj. A. C. & Marden, Maj. Gen Thomas. ~History of the Welch Regiment. ~Cardiff: Western Mail & Echo, 1932. ~Two parts in One. Part One 1719 to 1914. Part II 1914-1918. 591p. Photos. Maps in text. 9 Folding Maps in pocket. Campaigns include early India, American Revolution, Low Countries, Waterloo, Mahratta War, Burma (Ava) 1824-26, 1st Afghan War, Crimea, Zulu War 1879 & Boer War; World War I in France & Flanders also Gallipoli, Egypt & Palestine, Salonika & Mesopotamia. Original embossed green cloth Gilt lettering & decoration faint. Very Oversize. Bookplate. In mylar sleeve. Slight rubbing to top & bottom of spine. Near Fine Copy~$300~
  21. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~History of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry from 1755 to 1914. (Vol. I. & II.). ~Percy Lund Humphries, c. 1926. ~2 Vols. Total 711p. Photos. Maps. Folding Map in pocket. Blue cloth. Gilt regimental crest on fronts. Heavy Set. See Sutcliffe page 308. One corner bumped. Rear hinge on vol. I. cracking. Vol. I. Very Good Copy; Vol. II. Near Fine Copy~$175~
  22. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (2 volumes). Vol. I. 1741-1914. Vol. II. 1914-1919. ~Royal United Service Institution, 1933, + 1933. ~2 vols. Vol. I. 1741-1914. Vol. II. 1914-1919. 407p. + 432p. Photos. Maps. Original red cloth with gilt lettering and gilt crest on fronts. Oversize. Slight sunned at edges. In mylar sleeves. Very Heavy. Fine Set~$300~
  23. ~Leask, J. C. and McCance H. M. ~Regimental Records of the Royal Scots (The First or the Royal Regiment of Foot). ~Dublin: Alexander Thom and Co, 1915. ~787p. Photos. Illustrations. 14 Color uniform Plates. Original black leather with gilt titles & decorations on spine & gilt crest on front. Very Heavy. Oversize. Hinges intact. Spine slightly sunned. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$550~
  24. ~Lee, Albert. ~History of the Tenth Foot (Lincolnshire Regiment). (2 vols.). ~Gale & Polden, London, 1911. ~1st ed. NAP. 2 Vols. 438p. + 444p. Photos. Dark green cloth. Lime green end papers. Beveled edges. Gilt regimental crest on fronts. Gilt titles bright. Heavy. Page edges foxed. Near Fine Set~$400~
  25. ~Webb, Lt. Col. Edward. A. H. ~History of the 12th (the Suffolk) Regiment 1685-1913. Including a Brief History of the East and West Suffolk Militia, the Latter now being the 3rd Battalion Suffolk Regiment. ~Spottiswoode, 1914. ~1st ed. 505p. Photos. 17 Color plates of uniforms by P. W. Reynolds. Service at Dettingen, 1743, and Minden, 1759, defense of Gibraltar and the great siege 1779-83, the storming and capture of Seringapatam in 1799 and in India from 1798-1807. South Africa between 1851-2-3, and in New Zealand, Afghanistan, 1878-80, and again in South Africa during the Boer War of 1899-1902. See Sutcliffe, p.85; White, p.64. ¾ brown leather over maroon/purple cloth. Gilt crest on front and crest with lettering on the spine. Very heavy. Oversize. Fine Copy ~$225~
  26. ~O'Donnell, Capt. H. (ed.). ~Historical Records of the 14th Regiment: Now the Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment) from its Formation in 1685, to 1892. ~Devonprt: A. H. Swiss, 1893. ~1st ed. 415p. 46 full page Illustrations of which 13 are in color. Covers its 18th Century campaigns, Peninsula, Walcheren & Waterloo, Java, Nepal, Mahratta Wars, Crimea, New Zealand. Original Tan cloth covered boards with gilt crest on front and red cloth spine. Gilt lettering. Heavy. Contemporary Gift inscription on the half-title from Capt. L.D. Gordon-Alenanda (Alexander?) to R. S. N. Kitson "In memory of the old times in Company H, 1st Bn. Prince of Wales Own (West Yorkshire Regt), 1919". See Sutcliffe, p.98 and White, p.67. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy ~$275~
  27. ~Webb, Lt. Col. E. A. H. ~History of the Services of the 17th (The Leicestershire) Regiment: Containing an Account of the Formation of the Regiment in 1688, and of Its Subsequent Services, Revised and Continued to 1910. ~Vacher, 1911. ~1st ed. 322p. Photos. Color plates. Covers operations in the Seven Years War in North America, the American Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, Nepal & India, the Crimean War, Afghanistan, and the Boer War. Original red cloth with gilt crest on front and gilt lettering on the spine. Heavy. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$200~
  28. ~Ferrar, Maj. M. L. ~History of the Services of the 19th Regiment, Now Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment) from Its Formation in 1688 to 1911. ~Eden Fisher & Co., 1911. ~1st ed. 451p. Photos. Maps. Color plates of uniforms. Original Green cloth with Silver & gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering on the spine. Spine title is "Historical Record of the Green Howards." All edges gilt. Oversize. Very heavy. Bookplate. Front hinge neatly re-glued. Near Fine Copy~$225~
  29. ~Clark, James. ~Historical Record and Regimental Memoir of the Royal Scots Fusiliers. Formerly Known as the 21st Royal North British Fusiliers. Containing and Account of the Formation of the Regiment in 1678 and its Subsequent Services until June 1885. ~Edinburgh: Banks & Co, 1885. ~1st ed. Ltd to 1000 copies. 185p. Six Color uniform plates. Original blue cloth with gilt decorations including the regimental crest on front. Gilt title on spine. Pages gilt edged. Near Fine Copy~$140~
  30. ~Broughton-Mainwaring, Maj. Rowland. ~Historical Record of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, Late the Twenty-Third Regiment or Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Prince of Wales's Own Royal Regiment of Welsh Fusiliers). Containing an Account of the Formation of the Regiment in 1689, and of its Subsequent Service to 1889. ~Hatchards, 1889. ~372p. Photo of mascot. Color Plates of flags & uniforms. Decorated blue cloth. Heavy. Hinges intact. Bookplate of Col. Grantley Norton. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  31. ~Cary, A. D. L. & McCance, Stouppe. ~Regimental Records of the Royal Welch Fusiliers (Late the 23rd Foot). Vol. I. 1689-1815 & Vol. II. 1915-1914. ~Royal United Service Institution /Forster Groom, 1921 & 1923. ~1st ed. 2 vols. 324p. + 425p. 15 Color plates. Photos. Original Blue cloth with Red dragon and "RWF" on front. Gilt titles on spine. Oversize. Heavy. Bookplate. Mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set. ~$350~
  32. ~Atkinson, C. T. ~South Wales Borderers 24th 1689-1937. ~Cambridge: for the Regimental Committee, 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~$500~
  33. ~Paton, Col. George; Glennie, Col. Farquhar , Penn Symons, Col. William. ~Historical Records of the 24th Regiment, from its Formation, in 1689. ~London: Simpkin, Marshal, Hamilton and Kent; Debonport: A. H. Swiss. 1892. ~1st ed. 371p. Engravings. 6 Color uniform plates, one by Richard Simpkin. Black leather spine over red cloth boards. Gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering and crest on spine. Heavy. Illustration of Maj. Gonville Bromhead vc. is missing. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$700~
  34. ~Knight, Capt. C. R. B. ~Historical Records of the Buffs East Kent Regiment (3rd Foot). Formerly Designated The Holland Regiment and Prince George of Denmark's Regiment 1704-1914. Part One 1704-1814 and Part Two 1814-1914. (2 vols.). ~Medici, 1935. ~1st ed. Total 768p. + index. Photos. Maps on endpapers. Original embossed blue cloth with gilt lettering on spines and gilt crests on fronts. Foxing to page tops. Laid-in: Typed SIGNED letter from the author to Col Farrar acknowledging his thank you note upon receipt for these two books. Dated 1948. Near Fine Set~$250~
  35. ~Bannatyne, Lt. Col. Neil. ~History of the Thirtieth Regiment Now the First Battalion East Lancashire Regiment 1689-1881. ~Littlebury Bros., 1923. ~1st ed. 474p. Color uniform plates. Maps. Original Black cloth with gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering. Heavy. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  36. ~Pearse, Colonel Hugh. ~31st History of the Foot, Huntingdonshire Regt. 70th Foot, Surrey Regt., Subsequently 1st & 2nd Battalions the East Surrey Regiment. Vol. I. 1702-1914. ~Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co., 1916. ~468p. Photos. Illustrations. 6 color uniform plates. Maps. Participated in the Seven Years War, American Revolution, Peninsular War, Crimea, Indian Mutiny, Afghan war, Chinese War 1850, Suakin 1884, Boer War, etc. See Sutcliffe page 193. Oversize. ¾ Brown leather over tan or buff cloth. Top edge gilt. Gilt lettering on spine. Crest in gilt on front. Ex officers' mess RM Deal Depot. Presented by the East Surry Regt. Bookplate. Rubber stamps in rear. Cloth slightly soiled. Near Fine Copy~$120~
  37. ~Swiney, Col. G. C. (ed.). ~Historical Records of the 32nd (Cornwall) Light Infantry. Now the 1st Battalion Duke of Cornwall's L.I., from the Formation of the Regiment in 1702 Down to 1892. ~London: Simpkin, Marshal, Hamilton and Kent; Debonport: A. H. Swiss. 1893. ~1st ed. 386p. 16 full page Illustrations of which 11 in color of uniforms. b/w Illustrations. Original red cloth with White triangle on front with gilt number & device. Gilt lettering & device on spine. Heavy. Spine sunned and lettering faint. In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$125~
  38. ~Lee, Albert. ~History of the Thirty-Third Foot: Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment. ~Jarrold, 1922. ~471p. Photos.10 Color uniform plates. 4 Folding Maps. From raising in 1702, service in Spain, War of the Austrian Succession, Seven Years' War, American Revolution, Netherlands Campaigns, Seringapatam, Napoleonic Wars including at Quatre Bras and Waterloo, West Indian and home service, Crimean War, Abyssinian Expedition and the Boer War. Index and six appendices: one of which is Waterloo Roll Call for the Regiment. Original red cloth. Gilt titles. Lettering a bit rubbed. Some pages uncut. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$150~
  39. ~Smythies, Capt. R. H. ~Historical Records of the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment. Now 1st Battalion the Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) From its Formation, in 1717 to 1893. ~Devonport: A. H. Swiss, 1894. ~1st ed. 620p. Photos. 9 Color plates of uniforms. Original red cloth with gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering. All edges gilt. Beveled edges. Heavy. Spine slightly sunned. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$350~
  40. ~Lomax, Lt. & Adj. D.A. N. ~History of the Services of the 41st (The Welch) Regiment. ~Devonport: Hiorns & Miller, 1899. ~1st ed. Ltd ed. #155 of 250 copies. 407p. Photos. Maps. Color plates of uniforms. Original red cloth. Gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering. All edges gilt. Heavy. Armorial Bookplate of William Allen. Inserted at page 200 are two period newspaper clippings relating to the regiment and a manuscript note apparently sent to the "Morning Post" in response to the clippings. Spine slightly sunned. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  41. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~History of 1st & 2nd Battalions The Sherwood Foresters, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment, 45th Foot and 95th Foot. 1740 - 1914. (2 Volume Set). ~Butler & Tanner, 1929. ~1st ed. Vol. I. 45th Regiment. 1740-1881 Covering the American Revolution, The Peninsula War, in India, Burma & in The Kaffir & First Boer Wars. Vol. II. 95th Regt. 1823-1881: Covering the Crimean War, Indian Mutiny, the Egyptian Expedition of 1882 & the Boer War. 764p. total. Photos. Maps. ¾ Red cloth over green cloth. Oversize. Very Heavy. Slight page edge foxing. Near Fine Set~$450~
  42. ~Petre, F. Loraine. ~Royal Berkshire Regiment. (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) 49th Foot & 66th Foot. Vol. I. 1743--1914. Vol. II. 1914-1918. ~Reading Barracks/Butler & Tanner, 1925. ~2 vols. 403p. + 419p. Photos. Maps. Black or dark blue cloth with gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering. Oversize. Very heavy. Fine Set.~$800~
  43. ~Fyler, Col. (Arthur Evelyn) Late Commanding. ~History of the 50th or (The Queen's Own) Regiment from the Earliest Date to The year 1881. ~Chapman and Hall, 1895. ~380p. Color frontispiece of soldier. Another uniform plate inside and Two of flags Numerous Folding Maps. Participated in the Seven Years War 1760, Peninsular War, Crimea, India Mutiny, New Zealand War. See Sutcliffe page 302. Red cloth. Oversize. Regimental owner's name on title page dated 1895. Silver belt plate device on front rubbed. Spine lettering lightly rubbed. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  44. ~Moorsom, Capt. W. S. ~Historical Record of the Fifty-Second Regiment (Oxfordshire Light Infantry) From the Year 1755 to the Year 1858. ~Richard Bentley, 1860. ~1st ed. 437p. 3 color uniform plates. Illustrations. Maps. Covers service in Peninsula, Waterloo, Indian Mutiny. ¾ red leather over off-white cloth covered boards. Gilt lettering and unit crest on spine. Marbled end papers. Bound-in at the rear is Bayley, Maj. J. A. Assault of Delhi: A Vindication of H. M. 52nd Light Infantry and the 3rd Column of Assault from the Aspersions of Sir John Kaye in the Third Volume of the Sepoy War. Ridgway, 1876. 31p. Heavy. Oversize. Fine Copy~$350~
  45. ~Rogerson, Col. W. ~Historical Records of the 53rd (Shropshire) Regiment, now the 1st Battalion The King's (Shropshire L.I.), from the Formation of the Regiment in 1755, down to 1889. ~London: Simpkin, Marshal, Hamilton and Kent; Debonport: A. H. Swiss. C.1890. ~248p. 9 Illustrations of which 4 are in color of uniforms. Original red cloth with gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering. Page edge slightly foxed. Spine and front sunned. Very Good Copy~$125~
  46. ~Woollright, Capt. H. H. ~History of the Fifty-Seventh (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot, 1755-1881. Compiled from Official and Other Sources. ~Richard Bentley, 1893. ~406p. Illustrations. Folding Maps. Red cloth with regimental crest on front. Heavy. Front corner bumped. Spine darkened. Two Bookplates: one of Brig. Gen. H.A.D. Murray. Also Signed by him and dated 1928. Very Good Copy~$165~
  47. ~Butler, Capt. Lewis. & Hare, Steuart. ~Annals of the King's Royal Rifle Corps. Vol. I. Royal Americans. ; Vol. II. Green Jacket. ; Vol. III. 60th the K.R.R.C.; Vol. IV. 60th the K.R.R.C. ~John Murray, 1913, 1923, 1926, 1929. ~4 Vols. 379p. + 348p. 334p. + 398p. Photos. Folding Maps in text. 6 Folding Maps in pocket of Vol. III. Original Green cloth the Gilt crest on fronts and Gilt lettering. Very Heavy. Assembled Set Bookplates from different sources. Foxing. Near Fine Set~$400~
  48. ~Milne. S. M. & Terry, Maj. Gen. Astley. ~Annals of the King's Royal Rifle Corps. Appendix Dealing with the Uniform Armament and Equipment. ~Smith, Elder co., 1913. ~1st ed. 52p. + 49 plates of which 25 are Colored. Original Green cloth the Gilt crest on fronts and Gilt lettering. Several text pages separated; all pages & illustrations present. Thus Very Good Copy~$100~
  49. ~Slack, Maj. James. ~History of the Late 63rd (West Suffolk) Regiment. ~Army & Navy Cooperative, 1884. ~263p. Original black cloth with Red lettering and Gilt fleur-de-lis. Presentation note at top of title page. Mylar sleeve Near Fine Copy~$175~
  50. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~History of The Manchester Regiment (Late The 63rd and 96th Foot). Vol. I. 1758-1883. Vol. II. 1882-1922. ~Forester Groom, 1923 & 1925. ~1st ed. Two vols. "Regular battalions" 293p. + 359p. Photos. Maps. 7 + 4 Color plates. 6 Folding maps in pocket of vol. II. Original black cloth with gilt crests on fronts & Gilt Lettering. Foxing. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$400~
  51. ~Purdon, H. G. ~Memoirs of the Services of the 64th Regiment (Second Staffordshire). 1758 to 1881. ~W. H. Allen, 1882. ~1st ed. 112p. 3 Color uniform plates. Original embossed red cloth with gilt lettering. Original owner's name "Capt A. Mortimer 64th Regt" on flyleaf. Bookplate on endpaper -different owner. Small loss at top of spine. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$500~
  52. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~York & Lancaster Regiment. 65th Foot. 84th Foot. Vol. I. 1758-1919. ~Butler & Tanner., 1930. ~1st ed. 407p. Photos. Maps. Original red cloth with gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering. Oversize. Spine slightly sunned. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  53. ~Groves, Lt. Col. Percy. ~Historical Records of the 7th or Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Now Known As the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 1685 1903. ~Guernsey: Frederick Guerin, 1903. ~1st ed. 454p. 16 color plates by Groves. b/w Illustrations. Folding Maps. "Compiled from histories of the Royal Fusiliers by the late Mr. Cannon of the Adjutant-General's Office and the late Colonel G.H. Waller, Royal Fusiliers, and from ms. records and journals supplied by the officers of the regiment". Blue cloth with gilt lettering. Gilt crest on front. Beveled edges. Very heavy. Spine sunned. Slight shelf wear to lower corners. Old gift inscription from Mess Sgt of the regiment. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$400~
  54. ~Wheater, W. ~Historical Record of the Seventh or Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. ~Leeds, 1875. ~1st ed. "For Private Circulation". 355p. + list of officers. One Color uniform plate. ¾ Red leather over blue cloth. Gilt title & decorations on spine. Marbled end papers. Very Oversize. All edges gilt. Copy of Captain ?? of the regiment: inscribed on the title page. Lower corners worn. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$400~
  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. ~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~$400~
  56. ~Oatts, Lt. Col. L. B. ~Proud Heritage: Story of the Highland Light Infantry. Volume One. 71st. H. L. I. 1777-1881. ~Nelson, 1952. ~1st ed. 256p. Folding Map in rear. Maps. 5 Color plates. Corner bumped. Jacket Priced. Near Fine/Very Good Copy~$75~
  57. ~Oatts, Lt. Col. L. B. ~Proud Heritage: Story of the Highland Light Infantry. Volume Two. 74th Highlanders 1787-1882. ~Nelson, 1959. ~386p. Folding Map in rear. Maps. 5 Color plates. Heal of spine bumped Jacket Priced. Very Good /Very Good Copy~$60~
  58. ~Oatts, Lt. Col. L. B. ~Proud Heritage: Story of the Highland Light Infantry. Volume Three. Regular, Militia, Volunteer, T.A., & Service Battalions H.L.I. 1882-1918. ~Glasgow: House of Grant, 1961. ~404p. Photos. Maps. Color plates. Heal of spine bumped Jacket Priced. Very Good /Very Good Copy~$60~
  59. ~Gardyne, Lt. Col. C. Greenhill. ~Life of a Regiment: History of the Gordon Highlanders. Vol. I From its Formation in 1794 to 1816. Vol. II. From 1816-1898. Including an Account of the 75th Regiment from 1787 to 1881. (2 vols.). ~David Douglas, 1901 + 1903. ~2 Vols. 525p. + 415p. Photos. Illustrations. 6 + 2 Color uniform plates. Maps. Errata slip tipped in. Original dark green cloth with purple endpapers. Silver Beltplate decoration fronts. Gilt lettering on spine. Owner's name. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$250~
  60. ~Woollright, Major H. H. ~Records of the Seventy-Seventh (East Middlesex), The Duke of Cambridge's Own Regiment of Foot, now the Second Battalion, The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment). ~Gale & Polden, 1907. ~191p. Photos. Original red cloth with gilt crest on front. Beveled edges. Gilt title. Spine slightly sunned. Near Fine Copy~$75~
  61. ~Davidson, Maj. H. ~History and Services of the 78th Highlanders (Ross-Shire Buffs) 1793-1881. Compiled from the Manuscripts of the Late Major Colin Mackenzie and Official and other sources. (2 volumes). ~Edinburgh: W. & A. K. Johnston, 1901. ~By subscription. 2 vols. ¾ Buff leather over red leather with gilt crest on front. Gilt title in red band on spine. Top edge gilt. 231p. + 203p. Photos. Maps. 9 Color plates: 8 of uniforms by Richard Simkin. Actual cloth Tartan sample is one of the "printed plates". Hinges intact. Very Oversize. . In mylar sleeves Fine Set~$1250~
  62. ~Jourdain Lt Col H. F. N. & Fraser, Edward. ~Connaught Rangers. (3 vols.). Vol. I. 1st Battalion formerly 88th Foot, Vol. II. 2nd Battalion formerly 94th foot, Vol. III. 5th & 6th Service Battalions 1914-1918. (3 vols.). ~Royal United Service Institution, 1924, 1926, 1928. ~1st ed. 3 massive vols. In Original Black leather with gilt lettering and crests. All edges gilt. Marbled green end papers. 544p. + 616p + 590p. Photos. Maps. Spine slightly sunned. Minor foxing. Very Heavy. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$1200~
  63. ~Brinkman, Capt. Rowland. ~Historical Record of the Eighty-Ninth Princess Victoria's Regiment. ~Gale & Polden, 1888. ~1st ed. 235p. 4 Color plates of flags and uniforms. Silhouette of Col Edgerton. Red cloth with gilt regimental crest on front. Frontispiece as red bleed at top. Bookplate. 1908 gift inscription. Very Good Copy~$100~
  64. ~Delavoye, Capt. Alex. ~Records of the 90th Regiment, Perthshire Light Infantry with Roll of Officers from 1795 to 1880. ~Richardson, 1880. ~260p. 2 maps. Original red cloth. Gilt lettering with black decorations. Fine Copy~$300~
  65. ~Goff, G. L. ~Historical Records of the 91st Argyllshire Highlanders: Now the 1st Battalion Princess Louise's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Containing an Account of the Formation of the Regiment in 1794 and its Subsequent Services to 1881. ~Richard Bentley and Son, 1891. ~1st ed. 361p. Color frontispiece of flags. Another Color plate. Illustrations. Maps. Includes coverage of the South African frontier wars 1847-1848 and 1851-1853 and Zulu War. Mustard cloth with gilt regimental crest on front, decoration on spine, & lettering. Heavy. Owner's Bookplate. Front hinge starting. Near Fine Copy~$400~
  66. ~Burgoyne Roderick. (ed.). ~Historical Records of the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders Now the 2nd Battalion Princess Louise's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. ~Richard Bentley, 1883. ~430p. Maps. 3 Color uniform/flag plates. 2 Folding Maps. Other Illustrations. Covers from 1799 until amalgamation. Much detail on the Crimea and the Mutiny. See Sutcliffe page 418. Original Red cloth with gilt lettering and crest on front. Spine damaged at top, worn at bottom, darkened. One corn worn. Heavy. Good Copy. ~$300~
  67. ~Cavendish, Brig. Gen. A. E. J. ~An Reisimeid Chataich: The 93rd Sutherland Highlanders. Now 2nd Bn. The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) 1799-1927. ~Privately Printed, Butler & Tanner, 1928. ~1st ed. 446p. Photos. Maps. Illustrations. Original green cloth with gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering. Rampant lynx? on spine in gilt. Oversize. Very heavy. Page edge foxing. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$450~
  68. ~Cope, Lt. Sir William H. ~History of the Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own), Formerly the 95th. ~Chatto & Windus, 1877. ~1st ed. NAP. 537p. 14 Maps. 5 Color uniform plates. Covers 1800-1874. Extensive service in Peninsula & Waterloo, Kaffir Wars, Crimea, Indian Mutiny, Ashanti 1873-74. Awards roll. Original embossed green cloth. Gilt title and crest on spine bright. Ex.lib. Bookplate. Withdrawal stamp. No other markings or labels. Front flyleaf partially loose. Small Tear in page 1. Some pages uncut. A damp stain on front cover. Some pages have a crushed corner in the middle of the book. In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$325~
  69. ~Atkinson, Capt. C. T. ~History of the Royal Dragoons 1661 - 1934. ~Robert Maclehose, 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~$175~
  70. ~Daniell, David Scott. ~4th Hussar: The Story of the 4th Queen's Own Hussars 1685-1958. ~Gale & Polden, 1959. ~1st ed. 416p. Color plate. Folding Maps. Foreword by Churchill who served in the Regiment right out of Sandhurst. Blue cloth Gilt lettering. Gilt crest on front. Heavy. Minor foxing. Fine Copy~$150~
  71. ~Jackson, Maj. E. S. ~Inniskilling Dragoons: the Records of an Old Heavy Cavalry Regiment. ~Arthur Humphreys, 1909. ~356p. Photos, 7 in color. . 2 Folding Maps at rear. Oversize. Original Yellow cloth with gilt titles on spine. Crest on front in color. Top edge gilt. Laid-in is a printed letter requesting funds for a regimental memorial SIGNED by Brig. Gen. Ewing Paterson. Dated 1927. Small photo of memorial enclosed. Rear hinge cracked & repaired. In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$300~
  72. ~Liddell, Col. R. S. ~Memoirs of the Tenth Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales' Own). Historical and Social. ~Longmans, Green, 1891. ~1st ed. 566p. 12 Color uniform plates by Oscar Norrie. Frontispiece of Prince Albert. Two other etchings. Original red cloth with Gilt decorations and lettering Crest on front. Marbled endpapers. Handsome watercolor & calligraphy presentation page to the Archdeacon of Waterford from the Officers and Men of the regiment on his leaving Carnir dated 1894. Laid-in is a manuscript note on the presentation of the book which indicates that the Archdeacon was a former member of the regiment. Signed by Manners Wood (Lt. Col). Very heavy. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy ~$400~
  73. ~Williams, Capt. G. T. ~Historical Records of the Eleventh Hussars. Prince Albert's Own. ~Nenwes, 1908. ~1st ed. 417p. 13 Color plates. Illustrations. 16 Maps. Original red/maroon cloth with 3 gilt devices on front. Gilt lettering on spine. Top edge gilt. Very Oversize. Very Heavy. Fine Copy~$500~
  74. ~Hamilton. Col. Henry. B. ~Historical Record of the 14th (King's) Hussars from A.D. 1715 to A. D. 1900. ~Longmans, Green, 1901. ~1st ed. 632p. 15 Color plates by William Griggs. Photos. 6 Maps + 3 Folding Maps. Original blue cloth with yellow cloth spine. Gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering and decoration on spine. All edges gilt. Oversize. Very heavy. "Presented by the Author to the College Library, 1905" No library markings of any kind though a bookplate may have been washed off the front endpaper. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$270~
  75. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~XVth (The King's) Hussars 1759 to 1913. ~Caxton Pub., 1914. ~1st ed. By Subscription. Ltd ed. copy 20 of 250 copies. 564p. 12 Color plates. 3 maps. Covers The Seven Years' War, Campaign in Flanders, Expedition to the Helder, the Corunna Campaign, the Vitoria Campaign, the Pyrenees and Orthes, Toulouse and the End of the War in the Peninsula, Waterloo, Afghan Campaign, and Boer War. Also Records of Services of Officers. Army List Rolls from 1760 to 1913. Roll of Lieutenant-Colonels Commanding. Peninsular Medal Roll. The "Honours" of the Regiment. Waterloo Medal Roll. Roll of Warrant Officers. Original Black leather with gilt decoration and lettering. Top edge gilt. Marbled endpapers. Hinges intact. Truly massive! Very Oversize. . In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$1000~
  76. ~Graham, Col. Henry. ~History of the Sixteenth, the Queen's, Light Dragoons (Lancers), 1759 to 1912. + 1912 to 1925. (2 vols.). ~Devizes: George Simpson, 1912 & 1926. ~Privately Printed. Vol. I. 334p. 8 Color plates. Illustrations. Folding Maps. Vol. II: 148p. Photos. 6 Folding Maps in pocket. Red cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Gilt Crest on blue oval on front. Top edge gilt. Oversize/Very Heavy. In mylar sleeves. Fine Copy ~$1000~
  77. ~Fortescue, J. W. ~History of the 17th Lancers (Duke of Cambridge's Own). ~Macmillan, 1895 & 1931. ~2 vols. 246p. + 249p. Photos. Color Plates. Two Folding Maps in pocket at rear of vol. 2. Original Black or dark blue & white cloth with regimental crest in gilt on fronts. Gilt lettering on spines. Oversize. Heavy. Spine slightly sunned. Minor foxing. White cloth slightly soiled. In mylar sleeves Near Fine Set. ~$400~
  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. ~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~$150~
  79. ~Hudson, Gen. H. ~History of the 19th King George's Own Lancers 1858-1921: Formerly 18th King George's Own Lancers and 19th Lancers (Fane's Horse), Amalgamated in 1921. ~Gale & Polden, 1937. ~1st ed. 370p. Photos. 2 Color plates. 6 Folding Maps. Perkins page 418. "Good descriptions" of the Mutiny, 2nd Afghan war, Tirah campaign, Western front and Palestine. Original blue cloth with diagonal band & 3 gilt crests on front. Bright. Gilt lettering on spine. Bright. Oversize. No foxing. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy ~$300~
  80. ~Almack, Edward. ~History of the Second Dragoons "Royal Scots Greys". ~London, n. p., (Alexander Moring), 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~$550~
  81. ~Whyte, Frederic & Atteridge, A. Hilliard. ~History of the Queen's Bays (2nd Dragoon Guards), 1685 - 1929. ~Jonathan Cape, 1930. ~1st ed. 525p. Photos. Maps. 9 Color plates. Heavy. Jacket missing small chips. Jacket Priced. Bookplate. In mylar. Fine/Very Good Copy~$300~
  82. ~Harvey, Col. J. R. (John Robert) & Capt, Lt. Col. H. A. ~History of the 5th (Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoons: From 1689 to 1799; Afterwards the 5th Royal Irish Lancers from 1858 to 1921. ~Gale & Polden, 1923. ~"Private circulation" 460p. Photos. 16 Maps (many folding). 11 Color plates of flags & uniforms. Original very dark green cloth with gilt lettering and crest on front. Very Oversize. Hinges intact. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$500~
  83. ~Pomeroy, Maj. Ralph. ~Story of a Regiment of Horse, Being the Regimental History From 1685 to 1922 of the 5th Princess Charlotte of Wales' Dragoon Guards. ~William Blackwood, 1924. ~2 vols. 337p. + 289p. 11 + 8 Color plates. Photos. Maps. 17th Century through the Great War. Oversize. Green cloth with Gilt lettering & crest on fronts bright.. Minor foxing. Near Fine Set ~$350~
  84. ~Barrett, C. R. B. ~7th (Queen's Own) Hussars. (2 vols.). ~Royal United Service Institution, 1914. ~2 vols. 407p. + 450p. Photos. 4+ 6 Colored Plates.11+ 4 maps. Original Black leather. Gilt crest and lettering on fronts and spines. Spottiswoode on spine which was the printer. Very heavy. Oversize. Fine Set~$450~
  85. ~Barrett, C. R. B. ~History of the XIII Hussars. ~William Blackwood, 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 ~$350~
  86. ~Murray, Robert. ~History of the VIII King's Royal Irish Hussars, 1693 - 1927. (2 volumes). ~W Heffer & Sons, 1928. ~Ltd ed. Copy 42 of 250. Total of 801p. Color plates. Folding Maps. Oversize. Original green cloth. Gilt lettering with crest on fronts. Top edge gilt. Bookplate of E. L. Spears. Major-General Sir Edward Louis Spears, Spears was Churchill's Representative to the French Government in 1940. He was also a liaison officer to the French in 1914. All hinges cracked. In mylar sleeves Very Good Set~$700~
  87. ~Sheppard, Maj. E. W. ~Ninth Queen's Royal Lancers 1715-1936. ~Gale & Polden, 1939. ~1st ed. By Subscription. 439p. Maps. Photos. Ten colored plates. Covers service in the Peninsula War, Sikh Wars, Indian Mutiny (for which a number of VC's were awarded to members), 2nd Afghan War, Boer War and Great War See Sutcliff page 63. Decorated brown leather. Regimental crest on front. Raised bands on spine. Page edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Oversize. Slight rubbing at top of spine. Fine Copy~$450~
  88. ~Field, Col Cyril. ~Britain's Sea Soldiers: A History of the Royal Marines and their Predecessors and of their Services in Action, Ashore and Afloat, and upon Sundry other Occasions of Moment. ~Lyceum, 1924. ~2 vols. 324p.+ 357p. Photos. Color plates. Original Blue half leather over blue cloth. Gilt lettering & decorations very bright. Very Oversize. Minor foxing. Hinges intact. In mylar sleeves Fine Set. ~$700~
  89. ~Brooks, Richard. ~Long Arm of Empire: Naval Brigades from the Crimea to the Boxer Rebellion. ~Constable, 1999. ~1st ed. 330p. Photos. Maps. Heavy. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$55~[ 0094788405 ]
  90. ~Fraser, Edward and Carr-Laughton, L. G. ~Royal Marine Artillery 1804-1923. (2 vols.). ~Royal United Service Institution, 1930. ~2 Vols. Vol. I. 1804-1855. Vol. II 1859-1923. 508p. + 541p. Total 1049p. Photos. Maps. On Ship and on shore: Vol. I. Peninsular War, War of 1812, Crimea, Mutiny, New Zealand, Zulu 1879, Egypt 1882, China 1900, Boer War &c.. Vol. II the Great War 1914-1918 including Gallipoli, Western Front, East & German South-West African campaigns. Original dark blue cloth with gilt crest on fronts and gilt lettering on spines. Very Oversize. Heavy. Some foxing. Small tear (1/8 inch) at top of spine on Vol. I. Hinges intact. Very Good Set~$500~
  91. ~Buchan, John. ~History of the Royal Scots Fusiliers 1678-1918. ~Nelson, 1925. ~1st ed. 501p. Photos. Folding Maps. 12 Color plates. White cloth spine over grey paper covered boards. Red leather title band with gilt lettering. Fine Copy~$235~
  92. ~Clarke, Maj. Seymour. (ed.). ~Cameron Highlanders. Officers Present at the Various Campaigns, Battles, &c. In Which the Regiment has Taken Part. List with Indices and Appendices. ~William Blackwood, 1913. ~1st ed. 147p. Original Dark Green cloth. Gilt crest on fronts. Gilt lettering on spines. Top edge gilt. 79th Regiment. Oversize. Foxing. Inscribed to General F. Davies with compliments of the author, Feb. 1914". This volume matches the bindings of the Seven volume history issued by the Regiment to items below. Near Fine Copy~$95~
  93. ~Maurice, Maj. Gen. F. ~History of the Scots Guards: From the Creation of the Regiment to the Eve of the Great War. (2 volumes). ~Chatto and Windus, 1934. ~Special Edition copy #44 of sixty sets. The foreword is SIGNED "Albert" in ink by Prince Albert, Colonel in Chief of the regiment, before he became King George VI. 2 vols. 410p. + 394p. Hand color plates of uniforms by Lawson . Folding Maps. Original blue cloth with silver crest on fronts & gilt lettering on spines. Top edge gilt. Heavy. Spines sunned. No foxing. Near Fine Set~$725~
  94. ~Regimental Committee. Maj. Gen. J. S. Ewart et al. ~Historical Records of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. (Complete set). ~William Blackwood, 1909, 1909, 1931, 1931, 1952, 1952, 1962. ~1st eds. 7 Vols. Photos. Illustrations. Folding Maps. Original Dark Green cloth. Gilt crest on fronts. Gilt lettering on spines. Vols. I to IV have top edge gilt. Oversize. Vols. V & VI have correction sheets laid-in. Very Heavy Set. Some foxing. Near Fine Copies.~$1000~(Note appendix volume two items above)
  95. ~Steward, W. Augustus. ~Medals and Their History. ~Stanley Paul, 1915. ~1st ed. 407p. Photos. Original red cloth with decoration of Victoria Cross on front. Gilt lettering. Heavy. Spine slightly sunned. Foxing. 1916 gilt inscription. Very Good Copy~$60~
  96. ~Lincolnshire Regiment. ~Lincolnshire Regiment in the Great War 1914-1919. (A Broadsheet.) ~NP c. 1920. ~About 16 x 20 inches. A table showing the Operations and battalions of the regiment which participated in each. Folded & Punched for a binder. Thin paper. Thus Fine Copy~$30~


    CRIMEAN WAR
  97. ~Russell, W. H. ~British Expedition to the Crimea. ~Routledge, 1858. ~Revised ed. 629p. 6 Folding Maps in text & 4 in pocket at rear. Appear never to have been unfolded. Author was the Correspondent to the London Times. Original red cloth with gilt lettering. Some pages uncut. Heavy. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$500~
  98. ~Cornwallis, Maj. Fiennes; Mrs. Wykenham Martin (ed.). ~Letters Written from the Crimea to Several Members of his Family by the Late Major Fiennes Cornwallis. ~Privately Printed, 1868. ~1st ed. 122p. Blue cloth Gilt title on spine. Original grey end papers. Member of the 4th Hussars and ADC to Lord George Paget. Participated in the Charge of the Light Brigade and escaped injury. Tennyson's poem included at the rear In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$350~
  99. ~Robinson, Frederick, M.D., Assistant Surgeon Scot Fusilier Guards. ~Diary of the Crimean War. ~Richard Bentley, 1856. ~1st ed. 443p. Original embossed red cloth. Gilt title. Assistant surgeon with the Scots Fusilier Guards in the 1st Division, landed at Kalamita Bay on 14 September 1854. In April 1855 he served at to army headquarters at Balaklava, where he recorded life in the camp. Following the fall of Sevastopol, he visited the town and the redan and travel through the Crimean countryside. Heavy. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$300~
  100. ~Reid, Douglas MD., Assistant Surgeon 90th Light Infantry. ~Memories of the Crimean War January 1855 to June 1856. ~St. Catherine Press, 1911. ~1st ed. 206p. 2 Folding Maps. Photos. Original green cloth with device of the 90th Foot on the front. Gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. Oversize. In mylar sleeve. Corner of one page water stained. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$275~
  101. ~A Subaltern Officer ( A. Brooksbank, 38th Regt.). ~Letters from the Crimea. ~York: John Southeran, 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~$250~
  102. ~An Officer on the Staff. (Calthorpe, S. J. G.). ~Letters from Head-Quarters; or, the Realities of the War in the Crimea. ~John Murray, 1857. ~2nd ed. 2 Volumes. 445p. + 459p. Folding Maps. Bruce 2048: "A valuable and detailed source from a member of Raglan's staff". Embossed red cloth Blue end papers. Gilt lettering & decoration on spine, a bit rubbed. Vol. I 321-328 are shorter than the rest. Some pages uncut. 3 maps. Frontispiece of Raglan. Vol. II. no maps or Illustrations. Recent Sotheby's sale label in Vol. I. Heavy. Mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$250~
  103. ~Bostock, J. A. (John Aston) Deputy Surgeon General. Formerly Scot Fusilier Guards. ~Letters From India and the Crimea: Selected from the Correspondence of the Late Deputy Surgeon-General Bostock, C.B. ~George Bell, 1896. ~270p. Frontispiece of the author in uniform. Bostock joined the Buffs in India as surgeon in 1842, serving in the Gwalior campaign. Later became a Surgeon-Major in the Scots Fusilier Guards in the Crimea where he was awarded with the CB. See Riddick 72. Original green cloth with gilt lettering. Front hinge cracked & re-glued. SIGNED & inscribed to Lady Rupell? Reynolds by Harriet Bostock, the author's wife in 1896. Book published posthumously. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  104. ~Campbell, Col. Colin. (46th Regt.). ~Letters from Camp to his Relatives During the Siege of Sebastopol. ~Richard Bentley, 1894. ~1st ed. 411p. See Bruce 2058. Says the author is critical of Raglan and the military authorities. Original red cloth with gilt lettering. Foxing to end papers. Owner's names. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  105. ~Jowett, Sgt. William. ~Diary of Sergeant William Jowett of the Seventh Fusiliers Written During the Crimean War to Which is Added a Brief Memoir. ~Beeston: R. Porter, 1856. ~Second Issue. 80p. In Grey embossed canvass cloth. Minor foxing. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  106. ~Kinglake. Alexander. ~Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin, and an Account of Its Progress Down to the Death of Lord Raglan. (6 vols.). ~Harper & Brothers, 1863, 1868, 1875, n.d., 1888, 1888. ~650p. + 632p. + 344p. + 323p. + 242p. + 284p. Folding Maps in all. Original embossed brown cloth. All have the same owner's name. Vol. I. Bottom of spine worn. Shelf wear. ; Vol. II. Fine. ; Vol. III. Left side of spine worn. ; Vol. IV Fine. ; Vol. V. Fine. ; Vol. VI. Fine. All hinges intact. Texts blocks and maps crisp. Heavy. Overall as a Set Near Fine. ~$250~
  107. ~Currie, F. G , 79th Highlanders. ~Letters from the Crimea 1854-1856. ~Fareham: Henry Payne, 1899. ~28p. 38 letters. In Thin cloth covered boards. Gilt lettering on front. Front & Spine sunned at the edges. Very Good Copy~$200~
  108. ~Hume, Major-General John. ~Reminiscences of the Crimean Campaign, with the 55th Regiment. ~Unwin, 1894. ~1st ed. NAP. 190p. Photos. 3 Folding Maps. Original Blue cloth with gilt lettering. 1/8th inch tear at top of spine. Owner's names. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  109. ~Munro, William, Surgeon-General. ~Reminiscences of Military Service with the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders. ~Hurst and Blackett, 1883. ~1st ed. 330p. Crimean War and Indian Mutiny. At Balaclava he witnessed the 93rd's famous stand in the face of Russian cavalry charge, the Thin Red Line. Rebound in red cloth with gilt titles. SIGNED & inscribed on the half-title "To my brother officer. G.R. Fenwick , from Wm. Munro 11 May 1883." There are also three date stamps on the page 1925 1955, 1960. Heavy. Thus Fine Copy~$200~
  110. ~Wyatt, John. (Bn. Surgeon). ~History of the First Battalion Coldstream Guards During the Eastern Campaign, from February 1854 to June 1856. ~London: Straker's Steam Printing, 1858. ~1st ed. 136p. Frontispiece of the regimental crest. Folding table. Embossed Red cloth. Gilt Regimental crest on front. Page edges gilt. Spine darkened. Minor shelf wear. Inscribed to "Major Gabriel(?) Lyse(?) from the author". See Sutcliffe page 5. Mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$195~
  111. ~Franks, Sgt Maj. Henry, One of the Heavy Cavalry Brigade at Balaclava. ~Leaves from a Soldier's Note Book. ~Thirsk: Z. Wright, 1904. ~1st ed. 95p. Light blue wraps. Small chips missing at top and bottom of spine. Staple rust stain bleeding through on front and back. Near Fine Copy~$150~
  112. ~Ross of Bladensburg. Lt. Col. J. ~Coldstream Guards in the Crimea. ~A.D. Innes, 1897. ~1st ed. 312p. 6 Maps. Red cloth. Gilt lettering bright on front. Spine very sunned with faint lettering. Armorial bookplate. Minor foxing. Very Good Copy~$150~
  113. ~Wylly, Major H. C. ~The 95th (The Derbyshire) Regiment in the Crimea. Derbyshire Campaign Series No.1. ~Swan Sonnenschein, 1899. ~1st ed. 151p. Photo. Map. Red cloth with gilt title on spine. Some pages uncut. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$125~
  114. ~Bird, Capt. Henry. (57th Foot, Die Hards). ~Letters from the Crimea. ~NP, c. 1890. ~c. 1890. 19p. Letters to his uncle & aunt. Lengthy description of the Siege of Sebastopol. Grey wraps. Back cover tanned in part. Near Fine Copy~$100~
  115. ~Percy , Algernon. ~A Bearskin's Crimea: Colonel Henry Percy VC and His Brother Officers. ~Leo Cooper, 2005. ~1st ed. 238p. Photos. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$100~[ 1844153096 ]
  116. ~Wood, Field Marshal Sir Evelyn. ~From Midshipman To Field Marshal. (2 volume set). ~Methuen, 1906. ~2nd & 3nd ed. 2 Volumes. 322p. + 299p. Photos. Folding Maps. Midshipman in Crimea, Mutiny (awarded VC), Ashanti War , Gaika Expedition;, Zulu War 1879, Boer War 1880-81; Soudan 1884-85. Later senior commands in Britain. Red cloth Gilt lettering. Gilt decoration on spines. Top edge gilt. Heavy. Bookplate. Minor foxing. Mylar sleeve. Near Fine Set~$100~
  117. ~McKiernan, Color Sergeant Thomas , (50th Queen's Own Regiment.). ~Experiences of a British Veteran Soldier. ~Wales, Port Talbot: T. Major. Jones, 1892. ~1st ed. NAP. 162p. Photo. Illustration. Map. Crimean War: Alma, Sebastopol, Inkerman, New Zealand guerrilla War. Original red cloth. Hilt title on front. Spine almost completely gone. Binding tight. Text clean. Fair Copy ~$95~
  118. ~Adye, Gen. John. ~Recollections of a Military Life. ~Smith, Elder, 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~$80~
  119. ~Bilcliffe, John. ~Well Done the 68th: The Durham Light Infantry in the Crimea and New Zealand. ~Picton, 1995. ~1st ed. 347p. Photos. Maps. Foreword by, General Peter de la Billiere "Well done the 68th : the story of a regiment, told by the men of the 68th Light Infantry, during the Crimea and New Zealand wars, 1854 to 1866" casualties, memorials, awards ... complete medal rolls ... biographical notes ... most officers and many NCOs and men. As New/As New Copy~$70~[ 0948251751 ]
  120. ~Mercer, Patrick. ~Give Them a Volley and Charge! The Battle of Inkermann, 1854. ~Spellmount, 1998. ~1st ed. 194p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$65~[ 1862270252 ]
  121. ~Caldwell, George & Cooper, Robert. ~Rifle Green in The Crimea: An Account of the Rifle Brigade in the Crimean War of 1854-56. With a Full Medal and Casualty Roll and Details of Weapons, Clothes and Equipment Used in the Campaign. ~Bugle Horn, 1994. ~1st ed. Ltd ed. #426 of 1,000 copies. 351p. Photos. Maps. Green leather with Rifle Corps device on front in silver. SIGNED by Cooper, & inscribed presentation card laid-in. As New Copy~$60~[ 0951660012 ]
  122. ~Higginson, Gen. George. ~Seventy-one Years of a Guardsman's Life. ~John Murray, 1916. ~1st ed. 403p. Photos. Red Cloth. Gilt lettering. Joined the Grenadier Guards in 1845, Crimean War - including the Battle of the Alma, the Siege of Sebastopol, the Charge of the Light Brigade and the Battle of Inkerman. Heavy. Lettering a bit faint. Near Fine Copy~$50~
  123. ~Lysons, General Sir Daniel. ~Crimean War from First to Last. ~John Murray, 1895. ~298p. Frontispiece. Illustrations. Maps. A junior officer at time the Crimean War. Letters written to family in England during the war. Original blue cloth. Gilt lettering. Gilt dragon on maroon field on front. Owner's military bookplate. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$50~
  124. ~Stephenson, Col. Sir Frederick Charles. ~At Home and on the Battlefield. Letters from the Crimea, China and Egypt, 1854-1888. ~John Murray, 1915. ~1st ed. NAP. 383p. Photos. Commanded the British Army of occupation in Egypt 1882-1888. Green cloth. Gilt lettering with crest on front. Minor foxing. Near Fine Copy~$45~
  125. ~Airlie, Countess Mabell. ~With The Guards We Shall Go: A Guardsman's Letters in the Crimea, 1854-1855. ~Hodder & Stoughton, 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~$35~
  126. ~Fletcher, Ian & Ishchenko, Natalia. ~Battle of the Alma 1854: First Blood to the Allies In the Crimea. ~Pen and Sword, 2008. ~1st ed. 246p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$25~[ 1844156729 ]
  127. ~Springman, Michael . ~Guards Brigade in the Crimea. ~Pen and Sword, 2008. ~1st ed. 226p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$25~[ 1844156788 ]
  128. ~Goodlake, Gerald; Springman, Michael (ed.). ~Sharpshooter in the Crimea: Letters of the Captain Gerald Goodlake, VC. ~Pen & Sword, 2005. ~1st ed. 228p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$20~[ 1844152375 ]
  129. ~Dallas , George Frederick. Michael Mawson (ed.). ~Eyewitness in the Crimea: The Crimean War Letters (1854-1856) of Lieutenant Colonel George Frederick Dallas, 46th Foot and ADC to Gen. Robert Garrett. ~Greenhill/Stackpole, 2006. ~1st ed. 320p. Photos. Maps. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$18~[ 1853674508 ]
  130. ~Embleton, G. A. (Gerry). ~Crimean War, 1853-56. ~Almark, 1975. ~1st ed. 80p. Photos. Maps. Color Illustrations of uniforms. Wraps. Fine Copy~$17~[ 0855242426 ]
  131. ~Paget. Gen. Lord George. ~Light Cavalry Brigade in the Crimea. Extracts from the Letters and Journal of the Late Gen. Lord George Paget. During the Crimean War, with a Map. ~John Murray, 1881. ~1st ed. NAP. 345p. Folding Map. Original black cloth with gilt lettering. Rampant lion crest on front. Some pages uncut. Foxing to the map. Mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$300~
  132. ~Shadwell, Lt. Gen. ~Life of Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde Illustrated By Extracts from His Diary and Correspondence (2 vols.). ~William Blackwood, 1881. ~1st ed. Two vols. 457p. + 489p. Frontispiece. 16 Maps, some folding. After serving in the Peninsular War and the War of 1812, he commanded the 98th Regiment of Foot during the First Opium War and then commanded a brigade during the Second Anglo-Sikh War. He went on to command the Highland Brigade at the Battle of Alma and with his "thin red line of Highlanders" he repulsed the Russian attack on Balaclava during the Crimean War. At an early stage of the Indian Mutiny, he became Commander-in-Chief, India and, in that role, he relieved and then evacuated Lucknow and, after attacking and decisively defeating Tatya Tope at the Second Battle of Cawnpore, captured Lucknow again. Organized the army sent dispatched in the Second Opium War. Original embossed red cloth with gilt lettering on spines. Heavy. Spine slightly sunned. Old book dealer's notes on rear of flyleaf. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Copy ~$300~
  133. ~Wolseley, Field Marshal Viscount. ~Story of a Soldier's Life. (2 volumes). ~Constable, 1903. ~2nd impression. 2 vols. 398p. 1 Folding Map. + 383p. 2Folding Maps. Frontispieces. Service in the Crimean War, the Indian Mutiny, China, Canada and Africa including the Ashanti campaign (1873-1874) and the Nile Expedition against Mahdist Sudan in 1884-85. Later he served as Commander-in-Chief of the Forces from 1895 to 1900. Responsible for many reforms in the Army. Original green cloth with gilt titles. Minor foxing. . In mylar sleeves. Fine Set. ~$100~


    INDIA, INDIAN MUTINY & INDIAN ARMY REGIMENTS
  134. ~Maunsell, Col. E. B. ~Prince of Wale's Own, The Scinde Horse. ~Privately Printed, 1926. ~1st ed. 348p. Photos. 22 Maps. Perkins page 413. "Maunsell deals briskly with their origins, early battles and later 19th Century campaigns ….bulk of the pages are devoted to the early 20th Century. WW I Service in France at Ypres and the Somme and Cambrai and Palestine in 1918 Original Green cloth with gilt crest on front and spine. Gilt Lettering on spine. Oversize. Neatly re-backed using the original spine. Owner's name on half title: J.J.B. Farley. Previous dealer's note laid-in: Apparently sold for £850 ($1100) in the not too distant past. In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$900~
  135. ~MacMunn, Lt Gen. George. ~Vignettes from Indian Wars. ~Sampson Low, n.d. c. 1930? ~214p. Color frontispiece. Photos. Maps. 1Folding Map. Blue cloth. Jacket in mylar. Near Fine/Very Good Copy~$60~
  136. ~Riddick, John. ~Glimpses of India: An Annotated Bibliography of Published Personal Writings by Englishmen, 1583-1947. ~Greenwood, 1989. ~1st ed. 195p. Blue cloth. As New Copy~$45~[ 0313256616 ]
  137. ~Shakespear, Col. L. W. & Stevens, Lt. Col. R. G. ~History of the 2nd King Edward's Own Goorkha Rifles (Sirmoor Rifles). Vol. I: History of the 2nd King Edward's Own Goorkha Rifles; Vol. II: 1911-1921; Vol. III: History of the 2nd King Edward VII's Own Goorkha Rifles 1921-1948. (Three Volume set.). ~Gale & Polden, 1950, c. 1924, 1952. ~1st ed. 150p. + Vol. II 1911-1921 "Private circulation only" 246p. + Vol. III. 1921-1948 322p. Photos. Folding Maps. Red & Green cloth with gilt crest on fronts. Gilt lettering. Heavy Set. Spine of Vol. II slightly sunned. Page edge foxing. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set.~$400~
  138. ~Sorsky, Richard. ~Sepoy Mutiny: 1857: An Annotated Checklist of English Language Books. ~Craven Street Books, 2007. ~1st ed. 267p. Red cloth. As New Copy~$25~[ 1933502010 ]
  139. ~Bull, G.G. C (ed.). ~History of the 4th Battalion 19th Hyderabad Regt. ~Gale & Polden, 1933. ~1st ed. 57p. See Perkins page 487. Mahratta & Pindari Wars, the Mutiny, Boxer Rebellion, East Africa and Persia in WW I. Green cloth gilt crest & letting on front. Small book. Bookplate. As New Copy~$100~
  140. ~Raines, Gen. Julius. ~The 95th (The Derbyshire) Regiment in the Central India. Derbyshire Campaign Series No. 2. ~Swan Sonnenschein, 1900. ~1st ed. 90p. Photo. Map. Red cloth with gilt title on spine. Some pages uncut. Spine lettering illegible. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$100~
  141. ~Sandes, Lt. Col. E. W. C. ~Military Engineer in India. (Vol. I only). ~Institution of Royal Engineers 1933. ~Vol. I. only of 2. 594p. Photos. Folding Maps in text. Five Folding Maps in pocket. Bruce says its definitive. Also Perkins page 435. A history of the Royal Engineers in India beginning with the East India Company. Focus on India & expeditions launched from there. Including accounts of the Mysore, Maratha, Nepalese, Burma, Afghan & Sikh Wars. The Indian Mutiny is covered in great detail - companies of the Bengal Sapper and Miners were among the mutineers. Siege operations: breaching batteries, tunneling, mining, blowing obstacles. There are also accounts of more peaceful activities such as the construction of roads, forts. Creation of the Bengal, Bombay & Madras Sappers & Miners (a gradual evolution from the original pioneer companies. Original Red cloth with gilt lettering. Gilt crest on front. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$100~
  142. ~Mainwaring, Maj. Arthur. ~Crown and Company: The History of the 2nd Batt., Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Formerly the 1st Bombay European Regiment, 1662-1911. ~Humphreys, 1911. ~1st ed. 437p. Photos. 9 Color plates. Folding Map at end. Perkins page 389. "Well written, well produced…Good coverage of all the early campaigns." Original green cloth. Gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering on front and spine. Top edge gilt. 2 Small gouges in front have been treated with a green stain matching the cloth. Very Oversize. Very Good Copy~$350~
  143. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~Neill's Blue Caps. {3 volumes). ~Gale & Polden, c. 1923 or 1924. ~3 volumes. "For Private Circulation". 330p. + 229p. + 247p. Photos. Folding Maps. "Being the Record of the Antecedents and early History of the Regiment variously known as the East India Company's European Regiment, the Madras European Regiment, the 1st Madras European Regiment, the 1st Madras European Fusiliers, the 1st Madras Fusiliers, the 102nd Royal Madras Fusiliers and the 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Compiled from the Works of Brigadier Neill, Colonels Harcourt and Bird, and from the Notes and Manuscript of Major Dale". Vol. I. 1639-1826. Contents: 1639-1747 The Beginnings of the Regiment; 1748-1751 Siege of Pondicherry, Capture of Devicotah, Action at Volconda, Capture and Siege of Arcot, Action of Arnee; 1751-1754 Siege of Trichinopoly, Action of Cauverypauk, Surrender of D'Auteuil and Law, Battle of Bahoor, Relief of Trichinopoly, Actions of the Golden Rock and Sugar Loaf Rock; The Battle of Plassey; 1757-1760 The Defence of Fort St George, Wandewash - "The Battle which gave us India"; 1760-1767 Siege and Capture of Pondicherry, Colonel Joseph Smith's Operations; 1767-1781 The Opening of the Mysore War; 1781 The Battles of Porto Novo, Pollilore and Sholinghur and the Relief of Vellore; 1782-1793 Battle of Arnee, The Siege of Cuddalore, The first War with Tipoo Sultan; 1793-1819 The Mysore, Mahratta and Pindari; 1821-1826 The First Burmah War. Vol. II 1826-1914. Contents: 1826-1856 The Second Burmah War; 1857 The Indian Mutiny, Actions at Futtehpore, Pandoo Nuddi and Cawnpore; The Indian Mutiny, The First Relief of Lucknow; The Second Siege of Lucknow and the Second Relief, The Withdrawal of the Garrison and Relieving Troops; 1858 Defence of the Alam Bagh and Recapture of Lucknow, The End of the Mutiny and Return to Madras; 1859-1870 The Transfer from the Company to the Crown, The 102nd Regiment (Royal Madras Fusiliers) Proceed on their First Tour of Home Service; 1870-1899 Home Service; Gibraltar, Becomes the 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Ceylon, Home Service Again, The Outbreak of the War in South Africa; 1900-1902 The War in South Africa; 1903-1913 Service in Malta, The Ionian Islands, Egypt, India, Back to Madras; Appendix: Victoria Crosses Conferred During the Mutiny. Vol. III 1914-1922. Contents: Opening of the Great War, Gallipoli Landing, France-Battles of the Somme, Arras, Ypres; Last Year of the War: Somme 1918, Lys.; End of the War and Occupation; Disbandment Original blue cloth with gilt crest on fronts. Gilt lettering on spine. Bright. Beveled edges. See Perkins page 387. Bookplate of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Minor page edge foxing. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$800~
  144. ~Cadell, Patrick. ~History of the Bombay Army. ~Longmans, 1938. ~1st ed. 362p. 2 Color plates. 11Folding Maps. Red cloth. Gilt lettering. Perkins page 376: "Narrative covers the period 1662-1937 in a generalized but always uniform and interesting style. Few individuals are named but a great many Regiments receive specific mention. An excellent over-view…" Owner's Rubber stamp. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  145. ~Lawford, James. ~Britain's Army in India: From Its Origins to the Conquest of Bengal. ~Allen & Unwin, 1978. ~1st ed. 342p. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$65~[ 0049540203 ]
  146. ~Vibart. Maj. H. M. ~Military History of the Madras Engineers and Pioneers, from 1743 up to the Present Time. ( 2 vols.). ~W. H. Allen, 1881 & 1883. ~2 vols. 602p. + 627p. Numerous Folding Maps. Various 18th Century campaigns: Pondicherry, Mahratta Wars, Seringapatam &c., West Indies, Central India 1817-18, Burma 1825 & 1850, China 1842, Indian Mutiny in Central India, Lucknow, &c., China 1860, Abyssinia 1869 & Afghanistan 1878-80. See Perkins page 438."This is a handsome & very well presented pair of books, with many individual officers mentioned in the narrative & with admirably full descriptions of battles & campaign services."Original embossed red cloth Gilt title and decorations on spine. Ex.lib. Bookplates partially removed. No other markings. Top and bottom of spines worn. Hinges re-glued. Rear board of Vol. I. is separated. Text blocks tight. In mylar sleeves. Very Heavy. Good Set~$500~
  147. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~Regimental History of the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Punjab Regiment. ~Gale & Polden, 1927. ~1st ed. 74p. Photos. Dark green cloth. Beveled edges. Gilt regimental crest & lettering on front. Gilt battalion crest on rear. See Perkins page 448. Based on official records: 1746-1923. Operations against Hyder and the French, Surrender of Cuddalore, 2nd Mahratta war, 1st & 3d Burma Wars, NW Frontier, WW I in Egypt and Palestine. Front flyleaf skinned at upper corner. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  148. ~Hennell,Lt. Col. Reginald. ~A Famous Indian Regiment: Kali Panchwin: 25th (formerly the 105th) Mahratta Light Infantry. 1768-1923. ~John Murray, 1927. ~1st ed. 292p. Photos. Maps. See Perkins page 454. "informative and lucid" Campaigns in China 1860, Burma 1886-8, Aden 1901, Mesopotamia and Palestine 1916-18. Original green cloth with gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering on spine. Slight foxing. Near Fine Copy~$125~
  149. ~James, Lt. Col. F. H. ~History of the 1st Battalion 6th Rajputana Rifles (Wellesley's). ~Gale & Polden, 1938. ~1st ed. 277p. Photos. Color plates. Folding Maps. see Perkins page 456. "One of the best Indian army histories" Covers 1772-1937. WW I service at Kut. Original dark green cloth with silver crest on front. Silver title on spine. Oversize. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$350~
  150. ~101st Grenadiers. Anderson, Col. H. S. Rev by Capt A. Frankland. ~101st Grenadiers: Historical Record of the Regiment 1778-1923. ~Gale & Polden, 1928. ~2nd ed. 138p. Photos. Folding Maps. Color plates. Battle Honours: Mangalore, Mysore, Hyderabad, Kandahar 1880, Afghanistan 1878-80, Burma 1885-7, East Africa 1914-16, Egypt 1916-17, Palestine 1917-18. Perkins page 451: "Improved version of Anderson's 1885 history…based on official records but Frankland manages to weave in some personal accounts and these help enliven the text". Blue cloth with Gilt crest on front & gilt lettering on spine. Beveled edges. Oversize. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$200~
  151. ~Roe, Lt. Col. C. H. ~Historical Record of the 2nd "Queen's Own" Sappers and Miners. From 1780 to 1909. ~Bangalore: 2nd "Q.V.O." S. & M. Press, 1909. ~For Private Circulation. 272p. See Perkins page 438. Based on official records but full of interesting detail. Maroon leather. Embossed lettering & crest on front. Heavy. Ex. School library: 4 rubber stamps on endpapers -no other markings. Military owner's name dated 1945. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$1000~
  152. ~Hayden, Lt. Col. F. A. (Duke of Wellington's Regt.). ~Historical Record of the 76th "Hindoostan" Regiment: From Its Formation in 1787 to 30th June 1881. ~Lichfield: A.C Lomax / Johnson's Head, 1908. ~1st ed. NAP. 275p. Photos. Color plate of flags as frontispiece. Illustrations. Folding Maps. Seringapatam 1799, Mysore 1800, Delhi 1803, Later Served in Canada and Bermuda. Roster of officers. Original red cloth Gilt regimental crest & lettering on front. Spine slightly darkened. Bookplate. Original owners name on half-title who must have been a member as it is dated 1880-1893. Near Fine Copy~$100~
  153. ~Tugwell. Lt. Col. W. B. P. ~History of the Bombay Pioneers. ~London: Sidney Press, 1938. ~1st ed. 439p. Photos. Color plates. Maps. 3 Folding Maps. Perkins (page 443). "One of the most comprehensive and handsomely produced of all Indian Army unit histories. The narrative covers the period from 1790 through to the Waziristan campaign of 1920-23, with good coverage of the First Afghan War, the Mutiny, Abyssinia, second Afghan War, Frontier operations, and Somaliland in 1902-4. the second half of the book is devoted entirely to WW1 services on the western Front, and in Mesopotamia, Palestine, and Persia.". Half blue leather over blue cloth. Gilt crest on front. Gilt lettering on spine. Heavy. Owner's name on endpaper. Slight page edge foxing. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  154. ~Hailes, Lt. Col. W. L. ~War Services of the 9th Jat Regiment. ~Gale & Polden, c.1938. ~1st ed. 185p. 4 Color plates. 6 Folding Maps. Original embossed blue cloth with gilt regimental badge on front & gilt lettering on spine. Perkins page 463: "A straight forward, well produced history with good supporting maps. Covers from 1803, Mahratta wars, through Wiziristan 1937. The central third of the book deals with services of all four regiments that were brought together to form the new 9th Jat Regt. in 1922. Many individuals of all ranks are mentioned however there is .no index." WW I service in France, Egypt and Mesopotamia. Minor page edge foxing. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy. ~$250~
  155. ~Petre, F. Loraine. ~The 1st King George's Own Gurkha Rifles. The Malaun Regiment 1815-1921. ~Royal United Service Institution, 1925. ~260p. Color Plates. Folding Maps. 4 Maps in pocket. Embossed Green cloth. Silver regiments crest on front & spine. Silver lettering on spine. Very Oversize. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$750~
  156. ~Woodyatt, Maj. Gen. Nigel. ~Regimental History of the 3rd Queen Alexandra's Own Gurkha Rifles from April 1815 to December 1927. ~Philip Allan, 1929. ~1st ed. 441p. Photos. 7 Folding Maps. See Perkins: Strongest in its coverage of the 19th Century campaigns. In original black cloth with gilt crest on front and gilt lettering. Copy of a WW II officer of the unit. Fine Copy~$600~
  157. ~Ryan, Batt. Major D G J; Strahan, Batt. Major G C; Jones, Batt. Capt. J K (ed). ~Historical Record of the 6th Gurkha Rifles. Volume I. 1817 - 1919. ~Gale & Polden, 1925. ~1st ed. "For private circulation" Foreword dated 1926. 329p. Photos. Folding Maps. Perkins page 503. Based on Official records and reminiscences. Original dark green cloth with silver lettering & crest on front. Light green marbled endpapers. Heavy. Foxing. Mylar sleeve Near Fine Copy~$500~
  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. ~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. ¾ Maroon cloth over green cloth. Gilt lettering on spine. Oversize. Heavy. Foxing. Bookplates. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$1000~
  159. ~Huxford, Lt. Col. H J. ~History of the 8th Gurkha Rifles 1824-1949. ~Gale & Polden, 1952. ~1st ed. NAP. 335p. Folding Maps. Green cloth with silver lettering & crest on front. This is the complete 125 year history of the Regiment. In WW II Served from 1942 in North Africa, Italy, Burma, to Java in 1946. See Perkins page 508. "A solid workman like narrative with plenty of detail". Heavy. Mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$350~
  160. ~Shand, Alexander. ~General John Jacob: Commandant of the Sind Irregular Horse & Founder of Jacobabad. ~Seeley & Co., 1900. ~1st ed. 320p. Photos. At age sixteen commissioned in the Bombay Artillery 1828 Commanded the Sind Hose in 1841 & then formed a cavalry unit named after himself, 36th Jacobs Horse. Served in Scinde Campaign becoming Political Supt. of the Scinde Frontier 1847 & saw much action against the hill tribes. Commanded cavalry in Persian War, 1857. Died 1858 of a fever. Original maroon cloth with gilt coat of arms on the front. Gilt lettering. Page edge foxing. Bookplate and different owner's name.(recent). Near Fine Copy~$90~
  161. ~Seaton, Major-General Thomas. ~From Cadet to Colonel: Record of a Life of Active Service. (2 Vols.). ~London: Hurst and Blackett, 1866. ~1st ed. NAP. 2 vols. 327p. + 336p. From 1822. Served in India during the Mutiny. Commanded the 60th NI which mutinied at Umballah on May 10th. Served at the Siege of Delhi and then Doab and Rohilcund. A friend of Hodson. Seven chapters on the Mutiny. Retired 1859 as Maj. Gen. See Sorsky 937. Original red embossed cloth with gilt titles. Minor foxing to title pages. Ex.lib. 19th Century bookplates only. Near Fine Set~$300~
  162. ~Outram, Lt. Col. (James.). ~Conquest of Scinde: A Commentary. Part I. General Sir Charles Napier's Negotiations with the Ameers. Part II. Campaign in the Scinde and the Treatment of the Ameers. ~William Blackwood, 1846. ~1st ed. 2 vols. 567p. total. See Riddick. 155. Outram was in conflict with Gen Charles Napier over methods of subjugation of the native tribes. A rebuttal of Napier's account. Original embossed brown cloth. Part I in inscribed "with the author's compliments" on the half title. Original owner's name on end paper. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$950~
  163. ~Rait, Robert. ~Life and Campaigns of Hugh First Viscount Gough, Field-Marshal. (2 Vols.). ~Archibald Constable, 1903. ~1st ed. 2 vols. 393p. + 412p. Engravings. Photos. 11+ 8 Folding Maps. Gough commanded the 2nd Battalion of the 87th (Royal Irish Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot during the Peninsular War. After serving as commander-in-chief of the British forces in China during the First Opium War, he became Commander-in-Chief, India and led the British forces in action against the Mahrattas defeating them decisively at the conclusion of the Gwalior Campaign and then commanded the troops that defeated the Sikhs during both the First Anglo-Sikh War and the Second Anglo-Sikh War. Original Green cloth with gilt coat of arms on fronts. Gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. Some pages uncut. SIGNED & inscribed by Rait to William L. Davidson dated 1903. No foxing. Near Fine Copy~$500~
  164. ~Young, Co. Keith; Scott, Arthur (ed.). ~Scinde in the Forties: Being the Journal and Letters of Colonel Keith Young C.B. Sometime Judge-Advocate-General in India. ~Constable, 1912. ~1st ed. 201p. 1 Illustrated plate. 3 Engraved portraits. Folding Map in rear. See Riddick 187. Conflicts the Gen Napier in the application of justice….Original Dark brown cloth. Gilt lettering slightly rubbed. Boards slightly rubbed on the sides. Foxing to flyleaves. In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$450~
  165. ~Lambrick, H. T. ~Sir Charles Napier and Sind.~ Oxford Univ., 1952. ~1st ed. NAP. 402p. Photos. 2 Folding Maps. Detailed & scholarly assessment of Napier's administration in India & the annexation of Scinde, including his campaigns & generalship, Black cloth. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy ~$125~
  166. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~Military Memoirs of Lt.-Gen. Sir Joseph Thackwell, GCB, KH, Colonel, 16th Lancers. ~John Murray, 1908. ~1st ed. 424p. 4 Folding Maps. Illustrations. "Arranged from Diaries & Correspondence". Extensive service from Napoleonic War to 1854. With the 15th Hussars in the Peninsula (retreat to Corunna &c.) & at Waterloo (lost a leg)) Service in India. 1st Afghan & 1st & 2nd Sikh Wars, commanding cavalry division in the Army of the Sutlej, briefly the 3rd Div. in the Army of the Punjab then the cavalry division. Present at Aliwal, Sobraon, Chillianwallah, Gujerat. Promoted Gen in 1854. Original black cloth. Gilt lettering. Pager edge foxing. Near Fine Copy~$125~
  167. ~Knollys, Col. Henry. ~Life of General Sir Hope Grant With Selections from his Correspondence. (2 vols.). ~William Blackwood, 1894. ~2 Vols. 359p. + 362p. 2 Folding Maps in vol. I. 1 Folding in vol. II. Illustrations. Grant served in the First Anglo-Chinese War, First Anglo-Sikh War, Indian Mutiny of 1857, and Second Anglo-Chinese War. In the Mutiny: After rendering valuable service in the operations before Delhi and in the final assault on the city, he directed the victorious march of the cavalry and horse artillery dispatched in the direction of Cawnpore to open up communication with the commander-in-chief Sir Colin Campbell, whom he met near the Alambagh, and who raised him to the rank of brigadier-general, and placed the whole force under his command during what remained of the perilous march to Lucknow for the relief of the residency. Original Light brown cloth with gilt rest on fronts and gilt lettering. Assembled Set. Vol. I. Bookplate of a bookclub. Later owned by Anglesey in 1967. Newspaper clippings on the death of Sir Charles Napier pasted on flyleaves. Some underlines and annotations. Vol. II.: Uncut pages. Spine lettering on a bit faint. Smokey. Very Good Set~$100~
  168. ~Gordon, Surgeon Gen. Charles Alexander. ~Recollections of Thirty-nine Years in the Army. Gwalior and the Battle of Maharajpore, 1843; The gold Coast of Africa, 1847-48; The Indian Mutiny, 1857-58; The Expedition to China, 1860-61; The Siege of Paris, 1870-71. ~London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co., 1898. ~1st ed. 320p. See Sorsky 439. Gordon was surgeon in the 10th regt. During the Indian Mutiny. With the Joonpore Field Force, Capture of Lucknow and the Azimgurh Field Force. Red cloth. Heavy. Spine rubbed. Lettering a bit faint. Very Good Copy~$250~
  169. ~Broadfoor, Maj. W. (R.E.). ~Career of Major George Broadfoot C. B.: (Governor-General's Agent N. W. Frontier, 1844-5), in Afghanistan and the Punjab; Compiled from His Papers and Those of Lords Ellenborough and Hardinge. ~John Murray, 1888. ~1st ed.445p. 2 Maps. Broadfoot first served in India in the late 1820s with the 34th Native Infantry Madras Army. After returning to Britain to study at Addiscombe, he rejoined the Madras Army, commissariat department, in 1838 serving with distinction during the latter stages of the First Afghan War, famously prevailing against the majority to insist on the defense of Jalalabad. After the lifting of the siege, Broadfoot joined the relieving army under Major-General George Pollock and distinguished himself in the at Mamu Khel, Jagdalak, and Tezin. In October he was promoted brevet major and made a CB. He had caught the eye of the governor-general, Lord Ellenborough, for his inspirational role at Jalalabad, and was made commissioner at Tenasserim in Burma, but his health suffered in the climate, and he requested a transfer. "In 1844 Sir Henry Hardinge, the new governor-general, appointed him his agent for the north-western frontier: an important position when war with the Sikhs seemed likely. He reported on the Punjab situation, negotiated with the Sikhs and, when war seemed imminent, gathered supplies for the army. In December 1845 the Sikhs invaded British territory. Broadfoot served on Hardinge's staff and was at the battles of Mudki and Ferozeshahr. Killed in action at the latter place. See Riddick 73. Original maroon cloth the gilt coat of arms on front Gilt lettering on spine. Heavy. Spine sunned. Many pages uncut Manuscript PRESENTATION TO SIR HENRY B. LOCK FROM ALEX THE QUEEN, Douglas I. O. M. 1889, Lock was in the Bengal Light Cavalry & on the Staff of Gen Hugh Gough. In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$200~
  170. ~Burton, Lt. Col. R. G (Reginald George). ~First and Second Sikh Wars Compiled for the General Staff, India. ~Simla: Government Central Branch, 1911. ~1st ed. (Nov 24). 148p. 8 Folding Maps. British wars against the Sikh principalities in the 1840s. These two wars have been noted for their brutality and sophistication of tactics with large-scale cavalry clashes, sieges, and artillery and infantry engagements. Original red cloth. Fine Copy~$550~
  171. ~Taylor, A. Cameron. ~General Sir Alex Taylor.: His Times, His Friends, and His Work. (2 vols.). ~Williams & Norgate, 1913. ~1st ed. two vols. 325p. 4 Folding Maps. + 325p. 2 Folding Maps. 2 Photos. + frontispieces. Service during the Sikh Wars (1845-1849) where he built a bridge over the Sutlej aiding troop movement to Lahore; the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859) where he was directing engineer at the siege of Delhi and in several campaigns on the North West Frontier. Later he was Chief Engineer in the construction of the Grand Trunk Road between Lahore and Peshawar. Original blue embossed cloth with gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. Page edge foxing. Faint sunning to spines. In mylar sleeves Near Fine Set~$300~
  172. ~Rait, Robert. ~Life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Haines. ~Constable, 1911. ~1st ed.366p. Frontispiece. 1 map in text. 1 Folding Map before the index. Participated in Sikh campaign of 1845-9 and the Crimean War. Original Blue cloth with gilt titles. Top edge gilt. Heavy. In mylar sleeve. Foxing to endpapers and page edges. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  173. ~Sidhu, Amarpal. ~First Anglo-Sikh War. ~Amberley, 2010. ~1st ed. 256p. Maps. Color Photos. Jacket Priced. Heavy. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$135~[ 1848689837 ]
  174. ~Bruce, George. ~Six Battles for India: Anglo-Sikh Wars, 1845-46 and 1848-49. ~Barker, 1969. ~1st ed. NAP. 336p. Photos. Maps. Price clipped. In mylar. Fine/Fine Copy~$125~[ 021317796X ]
  175. ~Anon. ~History of the Guides. 1846-1922. ~Gale & Polden, 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~$450~
  176. ~Talbot, Col. F. E. G. ~14th King George's Own Sikhs: The 1st Battalion (K.G.0.) (Ferozepore Sikhs), the 11th Sikh Regiment, 1846- 1933. ~Royal United Service Institution, 1937. ~1st ed. 164p. Maps. See Perkins page 466. Raised at the end of the first Sikh War as the Regiment of Ferozepore. Served with distinction at Lucknow during the Mutiny. Many actions on the NW Frontier during the latter half of the 19th century. Third China war in 1900. Service Egypt, Gallipoli & Palestine in the Great War. Red cloth with gilt crest on front and gilt lettering. Bookplate. Minor page edge foxing. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$200~
  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. ~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~$600~
  178. ~Daly, Maj. Hugh. ~Memoirs of General Sir Henry Dermot Daly. Sometime Commander of Central India Horse, Political Assistant for Western Malwa. ~Murray, 1905. ~1st ed. 388p. 2 Folding Photos. Photos. "In the Second Anglo-Sikh War Daly took part in the operations at Multan He was mentioned in dispatches for conspicuous gallantry by Brigadier-General Stalker and Brigadier-General Dundas. He joined Lord Gough's army, was present at the battle of Gujrat on 21 February 1849, took part in the pursuit under Sir Walter Gilbert of the Sikh army, and was present at the capture of Attack and the occupation of Peshawar. On 28 May 1849 Daly was appointed to command the 1st Punjab cavalry with directions to raise it in co-operation with Major George St Patrick Lawrence, the deputy commissioner of the district. Daly raised and trained a fine unit, and in February 1850 marched with it under Sir Charles Napier to punish the Afridis. He took part in the action of the Kohat Pass, and remained to occupy Kohat as an outpost. His regiment and his own services were praised by Napier. In October 1851 he served with the field force under Captain Coke from Kohat to Thal. On 10 May 1852 he joined the force under Brigadier-General Sir Colin Campbell at Abazai, and took part in the operations against the village of Noadand in the Utman Khel country, in the attack and destruction of Prangarh on 13 May, in the attack of the 18 May on the Swattis at Skakot in the Ranizai valley, and subsequently in the affair at Erozshah, for which he was mentioned in dispatches" See Riddick 96. .Red cloth. Heavy. Bookplate. Foxing. Very Good Copy~$100~
  179. ~Wylly, Col. H. C. ~History of the 5th Battalion 13th Rifles Frontier Force 1849-1926. ~Gale & Polden, 1929. ~1st ed. 135p. Photos. 6 Folding Maps in pocket. Original embossed green cloth, Gilt crest on front, Gilt lettering on spine. Perkins page 474: "A good professional narrative account of the entire period with much helpful and interesting detail not recoded elsewhere". Bookplate. Owner's name (recent). In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$250~
  180. ~Jones-Parry, S.H. (late Captain Royal Dublin Fusiliers). ~An Old Soldier's Memories. ~Hurst & Blackett, 1897. ~290p. Photo frontispiece. Commissioned in India 1849. Crimea, the Mutiny. Served in the Madras Fusiliers during the Burmese War of 1852-53 where he was involved in the investment and defense of Pegu, Took part in the Crimean War in 1854-55 when he was Assistant Quarter-Master General of the 2nd Infantry Division. Then stationed in India when the 1857 Mutiny broke out, and marched with General Havelock's column to relieve the siege of Lucknow. He took part in the storming and reduction of the Secunderabagh, Shahnujuff, and Tara Kotee, and returned to Lucknow with General James Outram when the siege was lifted a second time. He took part in the final campaign to repress the remnants of the Mutiny in Oudh. Red cloth. Gilt lettering. Spine slightly sunned. Foxing. Mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  181. ~Elsmie. G. R. (ed.). ~Field-Marshal Sir Donald Stewart G.C.B, G.C.S.I., C.I.E.: An Account of His Life, Mainly in His Own Words. ~John Murray, 1903. ~1st ed. NAP. 482p. Photos. He fought on the Aka Khel Expedition to the North-West Frontier in 1854, took part in the response to the Indian Rebellion in 1857 and, after serving as commandant of the penal settlement of the Andaman Islands, fought in the Second Anglo-Afghan War as Commander of the Quetta Army. In that role, he advanced through the Bolan Pass to Quetta, and then on to Kandahar in January 1879. In March 1880, he made a difficult march from Kandahar to Kabul, fighting on the way the Battle of Ahmed Khel and Battle of Arzu, and then holding supreme military and civil command in northern Afghanistan. He became Commander-in-Chief, India in April 1881 See Sorsky 379. Original Blue cloth with gilt crest on front. Top edge gilt. Heavy. Bookplate. Near Fine Copy~$95~
  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. ~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~$900~
  183. ~Innes, Lt. Gen. J. J. McLeod~Life and Times of General Sir James Browne, R.E., K.C.B., K.C.S.I. (Buster Browne). ~John Murray, 1905. ~1st ed. NAP. 371p. Photos. Commissioned in the Bengal Engineers 1857. He served in the expedition against the Mahsud Waziris in 1860, being mentioned in dispatches, and in 1863 in the Ambela Campaign, when he was three times mentioned. In 1878-1879 accompanied Sir Donald Stewart as political officer during the Second Anglo-Afghan War. He took part in several engagements, was mentioned in dispatches, and received the CB. In 1881 he became colonel, and in 1882 commanded the Indian engineer contingent sent to Egypt, being present at the Battle of Tel el-Kebir during the Anglo-Egyptian War. For his services in Egypt he received the 3rd class of the Osmariieh Order and the Khedives Star. In 1884 he was appointed engineer-in-chief of the Sindh-Pishin railway. Red cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Flyleaf has large gift inscription 1911. Spine slightly sunned. Near Fine Copy~$80~
  184. ~Ladendorf, Janice. ~Revolt in India 1857-58. Annotated Bibliography of English Language Materials. ~Inter Documentation, 1966. ~NAP. 191p. Index. Covers books, periodicals, manuscript collections. Maps. etc. Fine/Near Fine Copy~$75~
  185. ~Lowe, Thomas. ~Central India During the Rebellion of 1857 and 1858: A Narrative of Operations of the British Forces from the Suppression of Mutiny in Aurungabad to the Capture of Gwalior under Major-General Sir Hugh Rose, G.C.B. and Brigadier Sir C. Stuart, K.C.B. ~Longman Green Longman and Roberts, 1860. ~1st ed. NAP. 369p. Folding Maps. See Sorsky 665. Original embossed red cloth. Gilt lettering on spine. Original advertisements on end papers. Top two inches of front damp stained. Page edge foxing. Very Good Copy~$700~
  186. ~McDonnell, A. Ranald& Macaulay, Marcus. ~History of the 4th Prince of Wales's Own Gurkha Rifles 1857-1939. (2 vols.). ~William Blackwood, 1940. ~1st ed. Ltd ed. #161 of 250 copies. By subscription. 2 Vols. 433p. + 247p. Photos. Illustrations. Maps in text. 11 Folding Maps in pocket of Vol. II. . See Perkins page 501. Original Green cloth. Regimental insignia on front. Black lettering. Oversize. Very Heavy. Fine Set~$700~
  187. ~David, Saul. ~Indian Mutiny 1857. ~Viking, 2002. ~1st ed. 504p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$60~[ 0670911372 ]
  188. ~Rowbotham, Cdr. W. B. ~Naval Brigades in the Indian Mutiny 1857-58. ~Naval Records Soc., 1947. ~322p. Folding Map. Naval Brigades were put ashore from H.M.S. Shannon, Pearl and Pelorus. Served as artillery. Includes letters not published elsewhere. Blue cloth. Bookplate. Fine Copy~$55~
  189. ~Jones, Capt. Oliver, RN. ~Recollections of a Winter Campaign in India, 1857-58. ~Saunders & Otley, 1859. ~1st ed. 213p. Maps. 16 Lithographic Plates based on the author's drawings. Indian Mutiny memoirs of a British Naval Officer who was attached to the 53rd Regiment of Foot and Peel's Naval Brigade from HMS Shannon. He recounts the campaign to relieve Lucknow including the final siege & assault. Informal aide to Gen. Colin Campbell. See Riddick 228. ¾ Dark green leather over marbled boards. Red title bands on spine. Gilt decorations. Oversize. Mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$500~
  190. ~MacMunn, Lt. Gen. George. ~History of the Sikh Pioneers (23rd, 32nd, 34th). ~Sampson Low, c. 1936. ~1st ed. 460p. Color frontispiece of soldiers. Photos. 2 Folding Maps. Formed 1857 Service in India, China, Afghanistan, WW I in Mesopotamia. Disbanded 1932. See Perkins page 442. "A Most desirable book" Original red cloth with gilt lettering and image of soldier on spine. Four unit crests in gilt on front. Heavy. Spine slightly sunned. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$500~
  191. ~Goldsmid, Maj. Gen. F. J. ~James Outram: A Biography. ( 2 vols.). ~Smith, Elder & Co., 1880. ~2nd ed. 429p. 6 Maps. + 449p. 2 Maps. + 1 Folding Map at rear. Photos. Bruce: Mostly extracts of his papers. Original Blue cloth with gilt titles. Top edge gilt. In mylar sleeves. Fine Set~$400~
  192. ~Hunt, Capt. G.H. (78th Highlanders). ~Outram & Havelock's Persian Campaign. To which is prefixed, A Summary of Persian History, an account of Various Differences Between England and Persia, and an Inquiry into the Origin of the Late War, by George Townsend. ~London: G. Routledge & Co. 1858. ~1st ed. NAP. 352 p. frontispiece and 7 litho. plates. Original blue cloth with Gilt title. Yellow endpapers. Owner's name on first page of chapter one. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$400~
  193. ~Maude, Col Francis Cornwallis & Sherer, John. ~Memories of the Mutiny to Which is Incorporated the Personal Narrative of John Walter Sherer. ( 2 vols.). ~Remington, 1894. ~1st ed. NAP. 2 vols. Totaling 568p. Photos. Illustrations. Maude was Artillery commander of Gen. Havelock's column. He received the Victoria Cross. Sherer was Magistrate at Futtchpore and Cawnpore. See Riddick 235. Original Maroon cloth with gilt lettering. Spine slightly sunned. Some foxing. In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set. ~$400~
  194. ~Maxwell, Capt. E. L. ~History of the XI King Edward's Own Lancer's (Probyn's Horse). ~Curtis, 1914. ~1st ed. NAP. 163p. Photos. See Perkins page 404. Raised in 1857. Service in China under Hope Grant, Umbeyla Expedition. Etc. "A useful book: long on fine detail; short on historical perspective." Red cloth with gilt crest on front. Top edge gilt. Oversize. Broadsheet laid-in in the local Indian language. Spine sunned. Some foxing. Mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$400~
  195. ~Vibart, Col. G. M. ~Richard Baird Smith: The Leader of the Delhi Heroes In 1857. Private Correspondence of the Commanding Engineer During the Siege and Other Interesting Letters Hitherto Unpublished. ~Archibald Constable & Co., 1897. ~1st ed. 172p. Folding Maps. Frontispiece Photo. Red cloth. SIGNED & inscribed to Gen. Sir Harry Pendergast with warm regards 1897. Pendergast was awarded the Victoria Cross for actions in the Indian Mutiny when he was 23. See Sorsky 1098. See Wiki. Flyleaves foxed. Near Fine Copy~$400~
  196. ~Reid. Maj. (ed.). 2nd King Edward VII's Own Goorkha Rifles ( Sirmoor Rifles). ~Centenary of the Siege of Delhi 1857-1957: Defence of the Main Piquet at Hindoo Tao's House and Other Posts on the Ridge. ~Kingham, 1957. ~61p. 2 Folding Maps. Illustrations. Red & Blue cloth. Presentation Bookplate. Spine sunned. Near Fine Copy~$40~
  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. ~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~$350~
  198. ~Perkins, Roger. ~Kashmir Gate: Lieutenant Home & the Delhi VCs. ~Picton Pub., 1983. ~1st ed. 161p. Photos. Maps. SIGNED 1988. Jacket Priced. Jacket spine sunned. In mylar. Fine/Near Fine Copy~$35~[ 0902633872 ]
  199. ~Cardew, Maj. F. G. ~Hodson's Horse, 1857-1922. ~Blackwood, 1929. ~1st ed. 402p. Photos. Illustrations. 8 Folding Maps. Indian Mutiny, 2nd Afghan War, WW I: Western Front, Palestine & Mesopotamia. Roger Perkins Page 402: "A magnificent history- well written, authoritative, and finely produced…one of the best of all Indian Army histories." Original blue cloth with gilt lettering and crest on front. Top edge gilt. Heavy. Beveled edges. Minor foxing. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$300~
  200. ~Young, Col. Keith. Mrs. Young & Norman, General Henry (eds.). ~Delhi 1857: The Siege Assault and Capture as Given in the Diary and Correspondence of the Late Colonel Keith Young, Judge-Advocate General Bengal. ~W. & R. Chambers, 1902. ~1st ed. 371p. Two Folding Maps. Photos. See Riddick 265. "a most complete story of the Siege of Delhi from June to September 1857. Young addressed such issues as the physical and intellectual weakness of the British commanders before Delhi, the tediousness of waiting to launch an attack, the differing aims of certain key officers, and a running account of daily operations." Original Black cloth with Mutiny medal in gilt & red on front. Gilt lettering on spine. Small (half inch square) piece of paper adhering to front fly leaf near hinge. Some foxing. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$300~
  201. ~Tuker, Lt. Gen. Francis (ed.). ~Chronicle of Private Henry Metcalfe, H.M. 32nd Regiment of Foot. ~Cassell, 1953. ~117p. Photos. Color Illustrations. Maps. Account by a common soldier who took part in the defense of Lucknow during the Indian Mutiny 1857. See Riddick 237. It has an honest ring though written many years after the events. Jacket Priced. In mylar. Near Fine/Near Fine Copy~$30~
  202. ~Brasyer:, Jeremiah. ~Memoirs of Jeremiah Brasyer: Who Commencing his Service as a Private Soldier Rose to the Rank of Colonel and Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath. ~Bombay: Thacker, 1892. ~1st ed. NAP. 73p. Original red cloth with gilt lettering on front. "Formerly of Brasyer's Seikhs" Sorsky 190: Besieged in the Allahabad Fort. Relieved & marched with Renaud in the advance column to Cawnpore. Served with Havelock in the first relief of Lucknow. Upon the evacuation of Lucknow he remained at Alumbagh and later served under Hope Grant. Minor page edge foxing. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  203. ~Heathcote, T. A. (ed). ~Indian Mutiny Letters of Colonel H. P. Pearson, August 1856 - March 1859. ~Royal Armouries, 2008. ~1st ed. 209p. Photos. Large Wraps. As New Copy~$25~[ 0948092653 ]
  204. ~Llewellyn, Alexander. ~Siege of Delhi. ~MacDonald and Jane's, 1977. ~1st ed. 182p. Photos. Maps. Price clipped. In mylar. Fine/Fine Copy~$25~[ 0354040928 ]
  205. ~Anon. ~History of the 20th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Infantry. Brownlow's Punjabis From its Formation in 1857 to 1907. ~Devonport: Swiss & Co., c. 1909. ~147p. Photos. Map. See Perkins page 476. Covers 16 campaigns. Half brown leather over tan cloth. Gilt regimental crest on leather with gilt title on front. Top edge gilt. Endpaper/flyleaves appear to be replacements. Calling card of Capt. C.C. Stewart of this regiment is laid-in. In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$200~
  206. ~Ewart, Lt. Gen. John Alexander. ~Story of a Soldier's Life; or, Peace, War, and Mutiny (Two Volumes). ~Sampson Low, 1881. ~1st ed. Two Volumes. 472p. + 368p. Color frontispiece of 35th Regt uniforms in each volume. See Riddick 209. Participated in the 2nd relief of Lucknow. Lost an arm at Cawnpore. Original Red cloth. Gilt titles. Regimental Crest on front. Very Heavy. Spines rubbed with wear & tears top & bottom Front flyleaves chipped. Hinges intact. Good copies. ~$200~
  207. ~Home, Surgeon General A. D. (Anthony Dickson); Melville Lt. Col. Charles Henderson Editor. ~Service Memories. ~Edward Arnold, 1912. ~1st ed. 340p. Frontispiece. Crimean War, India Mutiny, China War 1860, Canada. For deeds as a surgeon in the 90th Foot, British Army during the Indian Mutiny on 26 September 1857 at the Relief of Lucknow, India, he was awarded the Victoria Cross. See Riddick 225. Original Red cloth with gilt titles. Heavy. Minor foxing. . In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$200~
  208. ~Innes, Lt-Gen McLeod. ~Sepoy Revolt. A Critical Narrative. ~Innes, 1897. ~1st ed. NAP. 319p. Seven Folding Maps. Sorsky 553: A good work on the Mutiny by a capable writer and military author". Original red cloth. Gilt titles. Mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$200~
  209. ~Jocelyn, Col. Julian R. J. ~History of the Royal and Indian Artillery in the Mutiny of 1857. ~John Murray, 1915. ~1st ed. 520p. Illustrations. Maps. Eleven Folding Maps. (Five in rear). Blue cloth. Gilt decoration on front. Top edge gilt. Heavy. Spine very sunned, front a bit at the top. Perkins page 424: An excellent book, full of detail, almost exclusively on the period 1857-58. Bookplate of Maj. Gen. T. Bland Strange. Inscribed to him by the author in 1916. In Canada: Strange organized a field force for the District of Alberta. This force, consisting primarily of inexperienced militiamen and a few members of the North-West Mounted Police, participated in the Battle of Frenchman's Butte fighting against forces under the command of Cree leader Big Bear. Strange's greater importance is as the father of the Canadian artillery and one of the initial organizers of the Canadian army. Good Copy~$200~
  210. ~Vibart, Col. Henry. ~Life of General Sir Harry N. D. Prendergast: R E, V C, G C B, (The Happy Warrior). ~Eveleigh Nash, 1914. ~1st ed. NAP. 445p. Photos. 3 Folding Maps. Red cloth with gilt titles & crest on front. Top edge gilt. Service in Persia, Central India and the Indian Mutiny, where he was assigned to the Malwa Field Force, wounded and awarded the VC. Disabled by wounds but volunteering (unsuccessfully) for the Austrian army in 1859 to fight the Italians or for the Second Opium War in 1860: 'I can play cricket so I can fight', he protested" He did participate in the Abyssinian expedition in 1867-68 and the 3rd Burmese War (1885-86), in which he conducted a lightning campaign that annexed Upper Burma. See Brice 1458. Heavy In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  211. ~Ward, Andrew. ~Our Bones Are Scattered: The Cawnpore Massacres and The Indian Mutiny of 1857. ~Holt, 1996. ~1st ed. 703p. Photos. Maps. Heavy. Not clipped. As New/As New Copy~$20~[ 0805024379 ]
  212. ~Gordon-Alexander, Lt. Col. W. ~Recollections of a Highland Subaltern: During the Campaigns of the 93rd Highlanders in India, under Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde, in 1857, 1858 and 1859. ~Arnold, 1898. ~1st ed. 360p. Photos. Maps, 1 Folding. See Riddick 212. At Cawnpore, Lucknow, and Rohilkhand. Critical of Malleson's history. Original blue cloth with Gilt lettering. Gilt crest on front. Institutional Bookplate. & withdrawal rubber stamp inside. No other markings. Mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$190~
  213. ~Hughes, Derrick. ~The Mutiny Chaplains. ~Michael Russell Pub., 1991. ~1st ed. 192p. Photos. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New~$15~[ 0859551725 ]
  214. ~Officers of the Regiment. ~History of the 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles (Frontier Force) 1858- 1928. ~Gale & Polden, c.1929. ~1st ed. Subscribed edition #27 of 200 copies. 518p. Photos. Maps. Folding Maps in pocket. Green & black cloth with gilt regimental badge on front. Gilt lettering on spine. Top edge gilt. Perkins, page 502. "A superb unit history…covers early days at Abbottabad, Second Afghan War, Black Mountain Expedition, Hunza affair and the services of three battalions in WWI -Gallipoli & Mesopotamia." Very Heavy/Oversize. In mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$600~
  215. ~Robson, Brian (ed.). ~Sir Hugh Rose and the Central India Campaign, 1858. ~Army Records Soc./Sutton, 2000. ~1st ed. 323p. Maps. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$60~[ 0750925418 ]
  216. ~Forrest, G. W. ~History of the Indian Mutiny, Reviewed and Illustrated From Original Documents. (2 Volumes). ~Blackwood, 1904. ~2 Vols.: 507p. with 1 Folding Map laid-in. + 415p. with 2 Folding Maps laid-in. Photos. Vol. I. Covers Siege of Delhi, Defence of the Residency at Lucknow, Story of Cawnpore, Havelock's campaign. Vol. II. Covers Havelock's succor of the Lucknow residency, the second defense. Relief by Sir Colin Campbell, Outram's defense of the Alum Bagh, Siege & capture of Lucknow. See Sorsky 406. Original Red cloth with gilt lettering. Very heavy. Some pages are not cut. Page edge & inside foxing. Mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$500~
  217. ~Watson, Maj. Gen. W. A. ~King George's Own Central India Horse: Story of a Local Corps. ~William Blackwood, 1930. ~1st 474p. Photos. Folding 4 Maps (2 folding). Perkins p 419: "Good readable narrative". Covers from 1858 to 1920's with emphasis on the Mutiny, 2nd Afghan War, Campaign in Tirah, WWI on the western front and Palestine. "One of the best of all India Cavalry histories." ¾ Red cloth over khaki cloth. Crest in gilt and red on front with Gilt lettering on spine. Page edge foxing. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$475~
  218. ~Roberts, Field Marshal. of Kandahar. ~Forty-One years in India: From Subaltern to Commander-in-Chief. (2 vols.). ~London: Bentley, 1897. ~2 vols. 26th edition. 511p. + 522p. Engravings. Folding Illustrations. Folding Map. Original embossed blue cloth With gilt crests on front. Gilt lettering on spine. Owner's name: Lt. Col Players? Hinges are delicate but not cracked at this time. Near Fine Set~$100~
  219. ~Durand, Mortimer. ~Life of Field-Marshal Sir George White, V. C. (2 Volumes). ~Blackwood, 1915. ~1st ed. NAP. 2 vols. 448p. + 328p. Photos. Maps. Top edge gilt. at Peshawar during the Indian Mutiny and then fought at the Battle of Charasiab in October 1879 and at the Battle of Kandahar in September 1880 during the Second Anglo-Afghan War. For his bravery during these two battles, he was awarded the Victoria Cross. He went on to command a brigade during the Third Anglo-Burmese War in 1886 and became commander of Quetta District in 1889 in which role he led operations in the Zhob Valley and in Balochistan. He was commander of the forces in Natal at the opening of the Second Boer War and fought at the Battle of Elandslaagte in October 1899. He commanded the garrison at the Siege of Ladysmith: although instructed by General Sir Redvers Buller to surrender the garrison he responded "I hold Ladysmith for the Queen" and held out for another four months before being relieved in February 1900. Vol. 2 is inscribed & SIGNED by Durand. Vol. I has page edge foxing. (a made up set?) Heavy In mylar sleeves. Near Fine Set~$300~
  220. ~UK. ~Papers Relating to the Expedition Against Certain Tribes Inhabiting the Black Mountain. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. ~HMSO, 1888. ~1st 180p. Large Folding Map. Original blue wraps. Oversize. Front cover chipped at the margins. Back cover has separated leaving about an inch and half on the spine side still attached. Remainder is present. A ragged tear. Spine chipped top and bottom. Text block is solid. Fair Copy~200~
  221. ~Hills, Maj. Gen Sir John. ~Bombay Field Force 1880 and Battle of Maiwand. ~London: Brimley Johnson, 1900. ~1st ed. 64p. Two Folding Maps. Brown/khaki wraps. Original owner's name on front. Some foxing inside. Near Fine Copy~$175~
  222. ~Evatt, Brig. J. ~Historical Record of the 39th Royal Garhwal Rifles. Vol. I. 1887 - 1922. ~Gale & Polden, 1922. ~1st ed. 216p. Photos. Maps. 5 Folding Maps in pocket. Original embossed green cloth, Gilt crest on front, Gilt lettering on spine. Oversize. Perkins page 484p. "A well written book, admirable produced…bulk of the book is devoted to services in WWI." No addenda or corrigenda slips present. or Ex. Lib. No exterior markings. Bookplate. Rubber stamps. No card pocket. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  223. ~Mills, H. Woosnam. ~Pathan Revolt in North-West India. ~Lahore: Civil & Military Gazette, 1897. ~2nd ed. 191p. 5 Maps: One Folding. "Complete narrative of the Maizor Outrage and Punitive Expedition in the Tochi Valley, Siege and Relief of Malikand…etc. Green cloth spine. Wraps. Near Fine Copy~$225~
  224. ~Thomsett, Lt. Col. Richard. ~With the Peshawar Column: Tirah Expeditionary Force. ~Digby Long, 1899. ~1st ed. 248p. No Maps. or Illustrations. Original embossed red cloth. Black lettering on front. Gilt on spine. Spine lettering faint. Slight soiling to boards. Spine sunned. Paper toned. Some foxing. In mylar sleeve. Very Good Copy~$100~
  225. ~Fincastle, The Viscount & Eliott-Lockhart, P. C. ~A Frontier Campaign: A Narrative of the Operations of the Malakand and Buner Field Forces, 1897 - 1898. ~Methuen, 1898. ~1st ed. NAP. 232p. Folding Map. Illustrations by officers of the force. Compiled, with the aid of the official dispatches, from the rough diaries of two officers, who served in different brigades of the force and witnessed many of the events described, Original red cloth. Image of drummer and flag bearer in gilt on front. Foxing. Near Fine Copy~$150~


    AFGHAN OPERATIONS
  226. ~Kennedy, Richard Hartley M. D. ~Narrative of the Campaign of the Army of the Indus, in Sind and Kaubool, in 1838-9. (2 Vols.). ~Richard Bentley, 1840. ~1st ed. Two vols. 291p. + 307p. 2 engraved plates in Vol. I+ 3 plates in Vol. II. Several other Illustrations in the text. Author was chief of Medical Staff of the Bombay Division of the Army of the Indus. First Afghan War. See Riddick 132. Original embossed brown cloth. Spines slightly sunned. 19th c. library bookplates Very Good Set~$2500~
  227. ~Taylor, William. (Troop Sergt-Maj. 4th Light Dragoons). ~Scenes and Adventures in Affghanistan. ~T. C. Newby, 1842. ~1st ed. NAP. 239p. Experiences of a soldier in the army of the British East India Company during the First Anglo-Afghan War (1838-42). Serves with Gen. Keene's expedition to Kabul. Marching from Bombay to Afghanistan. Storming of Ghazni. Coves Nov. 1838-March 1840. See Riddick 175. Original black embossed cloth. Gilt titles on spine. Text on rag paper. Scribble of rear end paper, missing rear flyleaf. Very Good Copy~$325~
  228. ~Dennie, Col. William H.. (13th Light Infantry, Aid-de-camp to the Queen). ~Personal Narrative of the Campaigns in Affghanistan, Sinde, Beloochistan, etc. Detailed in a Series of Letters of the Late Colonel William H. Dennie. Compiled and arranged by William E. Steele. ~Dublin: William Curry, 1843. ~1st ed. 223p. Folding Map. With an appendix containing Col Dennie's correspondence with Lord Keane, Sir Henry Fane, etc. A valuable record of the First Afghan War by an officer involved in the conflict. "In October 1841 a brigade under Sir Robert Sale was sent from Kabul against Afghan insurgents who had occupied the Khurd Kabul Pass. This brigade, which included the 13th light infantry, seized the ruined fortress of Jalalabad and rendered themselves 'illustrious' by its subsequent defense from November 1841 to April 1842. Dennie commanded the rear-guard in the operations in the Khurd Kabul between 9 and 30 October, and, when Sir Robert Sale was wounded, succeeded to the command of the force, which he held during the greater part of the defense of Jalalabad. In the sortie of 7 April 1842 Dennie was shot through the body when riding at the head of his regiment and died soon after". See Riddick 99. Original embossed black cloth. Spine title faint. Near Fine Copy~$900~
  229. ~Eyre, Maj. Gen. Vincent.; Malleson, Col. G. B. (ed.). ~Kabul Insurrection of 1841-42. (Revisedo and Crrected from Lieutenant Eyre's Original Manuscript). ~W. H. Allen, 1879. ~1st ed. 335p. 1 Illustration. 1 Map. & 1 Folding Map. Bookplate. Four period newspaper illustrations show landscapes in Afghanistan taped to front flyleaves and rear of folding map. Original dark green cloth with gilt lettering. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  230. ~An Officer in Honourable East India Company's Service. ~A Narrative of the Recent War in Affganistan, Its Origins, Progress and Prospects, With the Official Despatches of Government and Authentic Returns of Killed, Wounded and Missing. ~London: William Strange, 1842. ~64p. Sketch map at front. In original marbled Wraps. Near Fine Copy~$500~
  231. ~By A Bengal Officer. ~Recollections of the First Campaign West of the Indus and of the Subsequent Operations of the Candahar Force Under Major General Sir W. Nott. ~Smith, Elder and Co., 1845. ~1st ed. NAP. 89p. Original red embossed red cloth. Gilt panoply of arms on front. Gilt title on spine. Bookplate. Near Fine Copy~$150~
  232. ~UK, Parliament. ~Causes of the Afghan War: Being a Selection of the Papers Laid Before Parliament with a Connecting Narrative and Comment. ~Chatto & Windus, 1879. ~1st ed. 319p. Original red cloth. Gilt letter on spine. Spine darkened. Some foxing. Very Good Copy~$200~
  233. ~Forrest, G. W. ~Field Marshal Sir Neville Chamberlain. ~William Blackwood, 1909. ~1st ed. 512p. 2 engraved photos of Chamberlain. Chamberlain was commissioned a sub-lieutenant in the 11th Foot on 9 August 1873,and promoted to lieutenant in August 1874. In 1878, during the Second Anglo-Afghan War, he joined the staff of Field Marshal Sir Frederick Roberts, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army in Afghanistan. He was wounded slightly at the Battle of Kandahar. He served with Roberts at Ootacamund between 1881 and 1884.He was promoted to captain in August 1885, and to brevet major in November 1885.In 1890 he became Military Secretary to the Kashmir Government. He was promoted to brevet colonel in 1894, and this was made substantive in February 1899. He rejoined Lord Roberts in South Africa in December 1899, as "First Aide-de-Camp and Private Secretary", and was highly commended by Roberts in dispatches. Original Red pebbled cloth Gilt titles. Top edge gilt. Spine slightly sunned. Near Fine Copy~$300~
  234. ~Shadbolt, Sydney. ~Afghan Campaigns of 1878 - 1880: Compiled from Official and Private Sources. Two volumes: Historical Division, and Biographical Division. ~Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1882. ~2 vols. 252p. + 274p. Portrait frontispiece of Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick Roberts tipped-in the Historical Division. Twenty pages of 7 bust photos of officers lost in the operations in the Biographical Division. 6 maps (1 folding) in the Historical Division. "Containing a Rapid Sketch of the War, Maps illustrating the Operations and the Movements of the Forces, One Hundred and Forty Permanent Photographs of Officers who lost their Lives in the Campaigns and of Recipients of the Victoria Cross, with Memoirs prepared from Materials furnished by their Relations and Surviving Comrades, Summaries of the Movements in the Field of the Various Regiments which were engaged, and Separate Records of the Services of Every British Officer who was employed in the War." Original Dark green cloth with gilt lettering. All edges gilt. Very Oversize. Original owner's name: Capt. Shirley Apthorpe in the Biographical Division. Recent end papers in both volumes. In mylar sleeves. Fine Set~$2500~
  235. ~Army Headquarters, India, Intelligence Branch. ~Second Afghan War 1878-80: Abridged Official Account. ~Murray, 1908. ~734p. Folding Maps. Red cloth. Top edge gilt. Gilt lettering on spine. Heavy. Near Fine Copy~$1700~
  236. ~Colquhoun, Maj. J. A. S. (R. A.). ~With the Kurram Field Force 1878-79. ~W. H. Allen, 1881. ~1st ed. 419p. Folding maps and table. Illustrations by the author. Original blue cloth. Gilt lettering on spine. Armorial Bookplate of Hereward Brackenburry. Also signed by him. Rubber stamp title page says "Compliments of the publisher" Fine Copy~$1200~
  237. ~Hanna, Col. H. B. ~Second Afghan War 1878-79-80. Its Causes, Its Conduct and Its Consequences. (Vols. I, II, III.). ~Constable, 1899, 1904, 1910. ~1st ed. Three Vols. 386p. + 372p. + 583p. Folding Maps: 3 in Vol. II, 9 in Vol. III. Bruce 2115. "A controversial study, still of much value." Assembled set: Vol. I. spine darkened. Owner's name: Anglesey 1965; Vol. II Spine darkened but less so. Owner's name: Anglesey 1965. Vol. III. Ex military library. Rubber stamps. Back hinge repaired. Label removed from spine. Sunned. Heavy. Good Set. ~$400~
  238. ~Thomson, H. C. ~Chitral Campaign: A Narrative of Events in Chitral, Swat, and Bajour. ~Heinemann, 1895. ~1st ed. 312p. Photos. Illustrations. Map. Original red cloth with gilt lettering & image of knife on spine. Gilt view of Chitral on front. Spine slightly sunned. In mylar sleeves Near Fine Copy~$200~
  239. ~Robson, Brian. ~Road to Kabul: The Second Afghan War 1878-1881. ~Arms & Armour, 1986. ~1st ed. 312p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. As New/As New Copy~$26~[ 0853687196 ]
  240. ~Duke, Joshua. Bengal Medical Service. ~Recollections of the Kabul Campaign, 1879 & 1880. ~London: W. H. Allen, 1883. ~1st ed. 424p. Illustrations. Folding Map. See Riddick 319. Describes the advance of the Kuram Field Force to Kabul , defeat of the Afghan force to storm the British garrison, March to Kandahar by Roberts. Lacking in observations of medical practice. Original red cloth with gilt bands and lettering. Copy of Maj. J. M. Pratt dated 1883 who is mentioned in several passages in the book. Manuscript letter tipped in addressed to a Mr. Hagley declining an invitation to dine SIGNED by Rea? Or Gea? Roberts dated 1882. This is Lt. Gen. Frederick Sleigh Roberts? Frontispiece is of Roberts. Endpapers may be new? Near Fine Copy~$500~
  241. ~O'Moore, Creagh, Sir General. ~Autobiography of General Sir O'Moore Creagh, V.C., G.C.B., G.C.S.I. With an Introduction and Notes by Major-General Sir Charles E. Callwell, K.C.B. ~Hutchinson, 1925. ~1st ed. 304p. Photos. Black embossed cloth. Gilt lettering. He was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions in April 1879 at Kam Dakka, on the Kabul River during the Second Anglo-Afghan War and later commanded the Indian contingent during the Boxer Rebellion in China. Later Commander In Chief British Forces In India 1911-1914. Retired 1914. Near Fine Copy~$75~
  242. ~Ashe, Maj. Waller (Walter)Editor. (King's Dragoon Guards). ~Personal Records of the Kandahar Campaign by Officers Engaged Therein. ~David Bogue, 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~$1100~
  243. ~Le Messurier, Maj. Augustus. (R.E.). ~Kandahar in 1879; Being the Diary of Major Le Messurier, R. E.; Brigade-Major with the Quetta Column, Reprinted with Corrections & Additions, from the Royal Engineers' Journal. ~W. H. Allen, 1880. ~1st ed. NAP. 282p. See Riddick 378. He says the author includes much technical detail. Original embossed red cloth Gilt lettering. Inscribed: "With Compliments of the author, 1901" opposite title. Spine darkened. Near Fine Copy~$350~
  244. ~Brooke, Henry Francis. ~Private Journal of Henry Francis Brooke, Late Brigadier-General Commanding 2nd Infantry Brigade, Kandahar Field Force, Southern Afghanistan, from April 22nd to August 16th, 1880. ~Dublin: William Curwen, 1881. ~1st ed. NAP. "For private circulation only" 204p. Tipped-in photo as frontispiece. Service from the Crimean War, China 1860- wounded in the assault on the Taku Forts, Adj.-General of the Bombay Army, Killed in action at Kandahar August 16 1880. Original black leather. Page edges gilt. "HHO from Hastings Brooke on flyleaf. Page 75/76 missing small chip in margin.~$200~
  245. ~Stackpoole.-Ryding,, Richard J. ~Maiwand: Last Stand of the 66th (Berkshire) Regiment Afghanistan, 1880. ~History P., 2008. ~1st ed. 224p. Photos. Maps. Large Wraps. Bookplate. Near Fine Copy~$70~[ 0752445375 ]
  246. ~Atwood, Rodney. ~March to Kandahar: Roberts in Afghanistan. ~Pen and Sword, 2008. ~1st ed. 214p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$65~[ 1844158489 ]
  247. ~Robertson, Charles Grant (Lt. 8th King's Regiment). ~Kurum, Kabul & Kandahar. Being a Brief Record of Impressions in Three Campaigns under General Roberts. ~Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1881. ~Original black cloth. Title on spine; Three Campaigns in Afghanistan. No publisher on spine. 240p. Maps. Period newspaper clipping on rear endpaper. 1/8th inch tear at top of spine. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  248. ~Robertson, Charles Grant (Lt. 8th King's Regiment). ~Kurum, Kabul & Kandahar. Being a Brief Record of Impressions in Three Campaigns under General Roberts. ~Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1881. ~Original black cloth. Title on spine; Three Campaigns in Afghanistan. Publisher on spine. 240p. Maps. Exlib. No exterior markings. Bookplate. Rubber stamps. Hinges cracking. Very Good Copy~$100~
  249. ~McFall,Capt. Crawford. ~With the Zhob Field Force 1890. ~Heinemann, 1895. ~1st ed. 232p. Illustrated by the author. Some full page. 4 in color. The author was attached to the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry during this operation on the Northwest Frontier. See Riddick 384. Original green cloth with black lettering on front. Gilt lettering on spine. SIGNED & inscribed with a drawing to Mrs. Langrish on the front end paper. Flyleaf foxed. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$300~
  250. ~Robson, Brian. ~Crisis on the Frontier: Third Afghan War and the Campaign in Waziristan 1919-1920. ~Spellmount, 2004. ~1st ed. 318p. Photos. Maps. Bookplate. Jacket Priced. Fine/Fine Copy~$35~[ 1862272115 ]


    AFRICAN OPERATIONS
  251. ~Mendelssohn, Sidney. ~Mendelssohn's South African Bibliography: Being the Catalogue Raisonne of the Mendelssohn Library of Works relating to South Africa, including the Full Titles of the Books, with Synoptical, Biographical, Critical, and Bibliographical Notes on the Volumes and their Authors. ( 2 vols.). ~Maurizio Martino, 1993. ~Reprint of 1910. Ltd ed. of 175 copies. 2 Vols. : 1008p + 1139p. Red/Maroon cloth. Very heavy. As New Set~$150~[ 1578980305 ]
  252. ~Blood, Gen. Bindon. ~Four Score Years and Ten. Sir Bindon Blood's Reminiscences. ~G. Bell and Sons, 1933. ~1st ed. NAP. 356p. Photos. Maps. Engineer officer. India 1871, Zulu War 1879, 2nd Afghan War 1880, Egypt 1882, NW Frontier, A mention of Winston Churchill in the Makaland Field Force. Boer War. See Riddick 283. Red cloth. Printed coat of arms on front. Page edge foxing. Mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$60~
  253. ~Holme, Norman. ~Noble 24th: Biographical Records of the 24th Regiment in the Zulu and South African Campaigns 1877-1879. ~Savannah Pub., 1999. ~1st ed. 384p. Photos. Rorke's Drift etc. Oversize. Fine/Fine Copy~$50~[ 1902366042 ]
  254. ~Callwell, Maj. Gen. Charles. (ed.). ~Memoirs of Major-General Sir Hugh McCalmont. ~Hutchinson, 1924. ~1st ed. 295p. Photos. Maps. Eaton. 6th Dragoon Guards. Red River Rebellion, Ashanti War, Zulu & Transvaal Wars, Marri Expedition, Tel-el-Kebir, the Nile 1884. ADC to Gen Wolseley. Brigade Major in the 1st Cavalry brigade in 1882 campaign. Later member of Commons. Heavy. Chip missing from jacket front t bottom. Near Fine/Good Copy~$75~
  255. ~David, Saul. ~Zulu: The Heroism and Tragedy of the Zulu War of 1879. ~Viking, 2004. ~1st ed. 467p. Photos. Maps. Heavy. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$60~[ 0670914746 ]
  256. ~Hall, Sheldon. ~Zulu With Some Guts Behind It: The Making of the Epic Movie. ~Tomahawk Press, 2005. ~1st ed. 431p. Photos. Some Color. Oversize. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$40~[ 0953192660 ]
  257. ~Knight, Ian. ~Zulu Rising: Epic Story of iSandlwana and Rorke's Drift. ~Macmillan, 2010. ~1ST ed. 698p. Photos. Maps. Heavy. Jacket Priced. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$35~[ 1405091851 ]
  258. ~Montague, Capt. W. E. (94th Regiment). ~Campaigning in South Africa: Reminiscences of an Officer in 1879. ~Blackwood, 1880. ~1st ed. NAP. 368p. Describes his journey to northern Natal, campaign life, Battle of Ulundi and aftermath of the Zulu War. Original Decorated blue cloth with gilt lettering. Foxing. Bookplate. Mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$300~
  259. ~War Office, QM General, Intelligence Branch. ~Companion to Narrative of the Field Operations Connected with the Zulu War of 1879. ~N & S Press, 1989. ~Reprint of 1907. 23p. Intro by John Leband. With Index. Orange Wraps. As New Copy~$25~[ 0620142499 ]
  260. ~UK, War Office, Intelligence Branch. (Rothwell, Capt. J. S. ). ~Narrative of Field Operations Connected with the Zulu War of 1879. ~HMSO, 1907. ~Later ed. of 1881. 174p. 10 Maps in text of which 8 are folding + 7 Folding Maps in pocket. Official History. Raugh: "invaluable reference" Original press run 1,500 copies. Original embossed bright red cloth. NOT faded. Gilt lettering on spine. Mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$2000~
  261. ~Raugh, Harold. ~Anglo-Zulu War, 1879: A Selected Bibliography. ~Scarecrow, 2011. ~664p. Covers books, periodicals, and archival collections. Some annotation on the content or author(s). Large Wraps. Heavy. Fine Copy ~$195~[ 0810872277 ]
  262. ~Young, John. ~They Fell Like Stones: Battles and Casualties of the Zulu War, 1879. ~Greenhill/Presidio, 1991. ~1st ed. 224p. Period Illustrations. Maps. In mylar. As New/As New Copy~$17~[ 1853670960 ]
  263. ~Mackinnon, J. P. & Shadbolt, Sydney. ~South African Campaign of 1879. ~Sampson Low Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1880. ~377p. 60 "cabinet" photos of officers killed in the Zulu War. Maps. Original Black cloth with gilt lettering. All edges gilt. Original endpapers. Very Oversize. . In mylar sleevs. Fine Copy~$1500~
  264. ~Wilson, Col. Sir Charles. ~From Korti to Khartum: A Journal of the Desert March from Korti to Gubat, and of the Ascent of the Nile in General Gordon's Steamers. ~Blackwood, 1885. ~1st ed. NAP. 313p. 1 Folding Map. Wilson served as Deputy Adj.-Gen. for intelligence then as commander of the Desert Column of the Gordon Relief Expedition 1884-1885. He wrote this book in part to show he was not responsible for the delay of Gordon's rescue. Red cloth. Gilt title on spine. Spine sunned. Foxing principally to page edges. Period gift inscription on half title. Very Good Copy~$400~
  265. ~Paine, Capt. Arthur. Gordon Highlanders. ~Original Photo of Capt. Arthur Henry Pain. 1851-1937. ~NP, c. 1880. ~c. 1880. In uniform of Gordon Highanders. Commissioned 1870, Promoted to Major 1886, Retired 1893. Served in the Egyptian Expedition of 1882. Battle of Tel-el-Kebir medal with clasp. About 3 ½ x 3/12 inches. Rough at edges. Probably removed from a frame. Mounted on a stiff backing. Fine Copy~$30~
  266. ~Colvile, Colonel H. E. (Preface by Henry Brackenbury). ~History of the Sudan Campaign. Part II From the Departure of the Desert Column to the Conclusion of the Campaign. With Map Case. ~HMSO, 1889. ~1st ed. NAP. 327p. One Folding Map at rear. Original embossed red cloth. Spine slightly sunned. Spine lettering faint. Bookplate of the Royal Artillery Institution indicates that it was given by C. H. Brackenbury (who wrote the preface in Vol. I. ) With accompanying Map Case in red cloth with ten Folding Maps. Original Title label on front. One side sunned. Near Fine Set. ~$550~
  267. ~Sandes, Lt. Col. E. W. C. ~Royal Engineers in Egypt and the Sudan. ~Institution of Royal Engineers, 1937. ~1st ed. 571p. Photos. Folding Maps. Covers the period 1882-1898. And some on WWI. Includes civil projects as well. See Raugh 1123. Heavy. 1945 gift inscription to Donald MacViear , RNLI SIGNED by Reginald Wingate. Extensive service in Egypt and Sudan 1880-1900. Promoted to General about 1914. Jacket spine sunned. Fine/Very Good Copy~$220~
  268. ~Melville, Col. C. H. ~Life of General the Right Hon. Sir Redvers Buller. Volumes 1 & 2. ~Arnold, 1923. ~2 vols. NAP. 328p. + 325p. Folding Maps. Photos. Buller was awarded the Victoria Cross. Ashanti War. River War 1884-5, Boer War: Colenso, Spion Kop. Ladysmith etc. Red cloth. Gilt tiles bright. Foxing to page edges. Near Fine Copy~$200~
  269. ~Neillands, Robin. ~Dervish Wars: Gordon and Kitchener in the Sudan, 1880-1898. ~John Murray, 1996. ~1st ed. 230p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. As New/As New Copy~$20~[ 0719556317 ]
  270. ~Raugh, Harold. ~British Military Operations in Egypt and the Sudan: A Selected Bibliography. ~Scarecrow, 2008. ~247p. Organized primarily by campaign. Covers books, periodicals, and archival collections. Some annotation on the content or author(s). Large Wraps. Fine Copy~$125~[ 0810859548 ]
  271. ~Gordon, John. ~My Six Years with the Black Watch 1881-1887. Egyptian Campaign, Eastern Soudan, Nile Expedition, Egyptian Frontier Field Force (Including a Study of General Charles G. Gordon and His Commission from the British and Egyptian Governments to Khartoum). ~Fort Hill P., 1929. ~1st ed. NAP. 362p. Photos. Maps. Blue cloth. Gilt lettering bright on front, less so on spine. SIGNED & inscribed to W. Pitt Gifford esq, dated 1934. Near Fine Copy~$160~
  272. ~Lehmann, Joseph. ~The First Boer War. ~Jonathan Cape, 1972. ~1st ed. 330p. Photos. Maps. Jacket Priced. As New/As New Copy~$50~[ 022400686X ]
  273. ~Keown-Boyd, Henry. ~Soldiers of the Nile: Biographical History of the British Officers of the Egyptian Army, 1882-1925. ~Thornbury Pub., 1996. ~1st ed. 224p. Phar. Aotos. In myls New/As New Copy~$55~[ 0952804700 ]
  274. ~Royle, Charles. ~Egyptian Campaigns 1882 to 1885. New and revised Edition, continued to December, 1899. ~Hurst & Blackett, 1900. ~606p. Maps. 1 Folding at front. See Raugh 585. Standard contemporary study of the 1882 British campaign in Egypt. And Gordon Relief Expedition of 1884-5. Original red cloth gilt lettering on spine. Black Sphinx on front. Spine slightly sunned. Minor wear at top. Some pages uncut. Armorial Bookplate. In mylar sleeve. Near Fine Copy~$400~
  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. ~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~$250~
  276. ~Philip, Sgt. John. (2nd Bn., Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 44th Regt.). ~Reminiscences of Gibraltar, Egypt and the Egyptian War 1882. (From the Ranks). ~Aberdeen: Wyllie, 1893. ~1st ed. 159p. Member of 2nd Bn., Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 44th Regt. See Raugh 1778. He participated in the 1882 campaign in Egypt including the Battles of Kassassin 26 august & 9 sept. 1882 & Tel-el-Kebir 13 Sept 1882. Original blue cloth with Gilt crest and lettering on front. Some acidic bleeding/staining to end papers. Near Fine Copy~$250~
  277. ~Gleichen, Count; Edward (Lt. Grenadier Guards). ~With the Camel Corps Up the Nile. ~Chapman & Hall, 1889. ~3d ed. 320p. Map. Gordon Relief Expedition 1884-1885. Khaki cloth. Gilt camel with soldier attempting to mount on front. Heavy. Mylar sleeve. Fine Copy~$350~
  278. ~Galloway, William. ~Battle of Tofrek: Fought Near Suakin March 22nd 1885 Under Major General Sir John Carstairs McNeill. Its Relation to the Mahdist Insurrection in the Eastern Sudan and the Campaigns of 1884 and 1885. ~W. H. Allen, 1887. ~1st ed. Ltd ed. #308 of 500 copies. 399p. 2 Maps & 3 full page monochrome Illustrations (plates). Other Illustrations. See Raugh 700. Original Brown cloth with gilt sword hilt on front. Oversize. Ex.lib. Top of spine chipped. Number on spine. Lower spine has tears. Hinges repaired with green cloth tape closely matching the end papers. On rear end paper is a bookplate stating that the book was present by William Galloway in 1890 to the library. Good Copy~$175~
  279. ~Miller, David S. (Ed. Margaret & Helen Russell Miller). ~A Captain of the Gordons: Service Experiences 1900-1909. ~Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1914. ~1st ed. Title page dated. 315p. Tipped-in frontispiece photo. Photos. Maps. Letters of Captain David S. Miller, The Gordon Highlanders, While Acting As A.D.C. Boer War 1900-1902 and Special Services Officer Somaliland Campaign 1903-1905. Also contains 2 essays by D.S. Miller. 'Criticism of Napoleon's Action After Ligny' & 'Brief Summary of Grant's Operations in Virginia And Maryland, Of June 1964. Red cloth. Gilt titles. Top edge gilt. Heavy. Some pages uncut. Page edge foxing. Period gilt inscription. Near Fine Copy~$100~

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