The military cabinet;
being a collection of extracts from the best authors, both ancient and modern;
interspersed with occasional remarks, and arranged under different heads. The whole calculated to convey instruction in the most agreeable manner, and to give to young officers correct notions in regard to many subjects belonging to or connected with the military profession. By Capt. T. H. Cooper.
|Main Author:||Cooper, Thomas Hammont.|
London, T. Egerton, 1809.
Military art and science.
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