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Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research.

Corporate Author: Society for Army Historical Research (London, England)
Language(s): English
Published: [London] Society for Army Historical Research.
Subjects: United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783 > British forces > Periodicals.
Great Britain > History, Military > Periodicals.
Note: Part of the illustrative material is folded, part colored.
Title varies slightly.
Special no. were issued as follows: v. 1, Dec. 1922, special no.: Tangier--1680. The diary of Sir James Halkett. With an introduction and notes by Captain H. M. McCance; v. 2, 1923, special no.: The orderly book of Lord Ogilvy's regiment in the army of Prince Charles Edward Stuwart, 10 October, 1745 to 21 April, 1746, with explanatory notes by Brevet Colonel Sir Bruce Seton, bart. Another special no. announced on back cover of v. 2, Oct. 1923 as: Notes on army inspection returns in the Public Record Office. 1750-1804, by the Rev. Percy Sumner, was issued in the text of v. 3, 4, 5 and 6, and there is no reference to a separate issue in General index, 1921-27. (cf. p. 9, under "Inspection returns, Army.)
Physical Description: v. ill., plates, ports., maps, plans, facsims. 25 cm.
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