The best known. of all eighteenth-century military treatises in the English language. The author was in 1727 lieutenant-colonel of the 2nd Horse, had seen service under Marlborough, and was to serve again as a general officer under Cumberland in Scotland and Flanders; he was an officer of sound judgement, and an author who organised his ideas and his prose with the greatest clarity.
TREATISE OF MILITARY DISCIPLINE 1762 In Which is Laid Down and Explained The Duty of the Officer and Soldier
“Revised, Corrected, and Altered to the Present Practice of the Army” original pub 1762). SB. 29+400pp. Illustrated with Plans & Tables