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Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry

Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry

compiled and adapted to the organization of the Army of the United States, agreeably to a resolve of Congress, dated December, 1814.

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Published by Printed by T. & W. Mercein in New-York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army -- Infantry -- Drill and tactics

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 36412.
    ContributionsScott, Winfield, 1786-1866., Lacroix, Irenée Amelot de.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination360 p., [41] leaves of plates (40 folded)
    Number of Pages360
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17711265M

    The complete soldier's pocket companion; or, A plain and easy method of military discipline. Containing: the new system of manual and platoon exercise, now practised in the Army of Great-Britain; together with filing, grounding, advancing, handling, easing and reversing of arms, with field manoeuvres, camp and garrison duty. This is an extract from my unpublished book on tactics, which I began to write over 30 years ago, but never finished. It covers obstacle avoidance drills, used by all armies when moving in column or line. I originally wrote it based on the British Regulations, but I have added some extracts at the. rules & regulations state texas ranger force by gov. hobby "very rare" rules & regulations & state regulations rules hobby "very texas gov. rare" force ranger by by rare" ranger force & texas gov. "very state rules regulations hobby. $ rare discovery! billy the kid photo william bonney regulators croquet yard scene rare. Winfield Scott has 38 books on Goodreads with ratings. Winfield Scott’s most popular book is Ivy League Admissions: How My Average Child Got Accepted.


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Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry compiled and adapted to the organization of the Army of the United States agreeably to a resolve of Congress dated December ; and published by order of the War Department.

Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manœuvres of infantry Item Preview HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.). Major General Winfield Scott, president of the Board of officers for "modifying the Pages: advancing afterwards aid-de-camp alignment arrived ARTICLE bearers cadence captain commanding caution centre change of front colonel colours commander in chief commence conform countermarch covering sergeant defile deploy dress echellon elbow executed face fifth battalion fire firelock form line fourth battalion front rank full distance geant give the word ground half distance halt head.

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United States. War Dept; Scott, Winfield, Pages: Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry, (Philadelphia, A. Finley, ), by United States War Department and Winfield Scott (page images at HathiTrust) The R.O.T.C.

manual, infantry: a text book for the Reserve Officers Training Corps. Rules and regulations for the field exercise, and manoeuvres of the French infantry, [electronic resource]: issued August 1, And the manoeuvres added, which have been since adopted by the Emperor Napoleon.: Also, the manoeuvres of the field artillery with infantry.

Item Details. An antique volume of Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manœuvers of the volume is bound in leather with a black label to the spine and hand-sewn text blocks. These rules and regulations were revised after the War of to update the regulations used since the American Revolution that were written by Baron von Steuben.

regulations for the field exercise, manoeuvres, and conduct of the infantry of the united states drawn up and adapted to the organization of the militia and regular troops. by an officer of the army.

by order of the secretary of war. with explanatory plates philadelphia: as printed by fry and kammerer. File Size: 2MB. Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of the French infantry issued August 1, and the manoeuvres added which have been since adopted by the Emperor Napoleon: also, the manoeuvres of the field artillery with infantry.

Boston: T.B. Wait. : RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE FIELD EXERCISE AND MANOEUVRES OF INFANTRY, COMPILED AND ADAPTED TO THE ORGANIZATION OF THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES AGREEABLE TO A RESOLVE OF CONGRESS, DATED DECEMBER Concord:Isaac Hill. Early edition. Hardcover, bound in full leather.

Leather is soiled, rubbed and worn. Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manoeuvres of Infantry - Ebook written by United States. War Department. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manoeuvres of Infantry. Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry: abridged for the use of the militia of the United States.

by United States. War Dept.; 5 editions; Subjects: United States, Drill and tactics, United States. OCLC Number: Notes: "Published by order of the War Department" Adapted, by Winfield Scott and a board of officers, from Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of the French infantry, by Irenée Amelot de Lacroix, as translated by Lt.-Col.

John Macdonald. Excerpt from Infantry Tactics, or Rules for the Exercise and Manoeuvres of the United States' Infantry, Vol. 3: Evolutions of the Line In the evolutions, he will place himself at the point whence he can best direct the gene ral execution of the : Winfield Scott.

Field Exercise and Evolutions of the Army is an original Georgian era British Army handbook published in It is a detailed guide to the revisions made in to the rules and regulations surrounding the systems of field exercise and manoeuvres for infantry in the British Army.

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“THE MEN CARRY THEIR ARMS AND THE DRUMS BEAT A MARCH”: FIRST EDITION OF SMYTH’S REGULATIONS, WITH 34 FOLDING PLATES (WAR OF ) SMYTH, Alexander. Regulations for the Field Exercise, Manoeuvres, and Conduct of the Infantry of the United States.

Modification of The rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of the French infantry as translated by Macdonald made by a board of officers headed by Major General Winfield Scott and officially adopted for the Army of the United States by General order of Feb.

28,   Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manœuvres of the French Infantry, London: A. Wilson, Two volumes. Numerous fold-out plates. Half-bound in red polished calf. Front hinges broken. Good or better. More Information: This lot: Issued August 1. Title and Author/Editor: The Soldier’s Manual (J.

Nesmith), Instruction for Field Artillery (Various), Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manœuvres of Infantry (Various), Infantry Drill Regulations (Various): Genre: Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs, Military: Binding: Cloth, Leather: Publisher: Riling and Lentz, J.

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In the margin opposite this paragraph H wrote “Qr.” In the French regimental organization, the distance from rank to rank was one foot (MacDonald, French Infantry description begins France, Ministere de la guerre, Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manœuvres of the French August 1, Translated from the French.

Scott, Winfield, Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry, (Philadelphia, A. Finley, ), also by United States War Department (page images at HathiTrust) Scott, Winfield, Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manœuvres of infantry, (New-York: Printed by T.

& W. Mercein,   Yet in an interesting table collected by Raoul F. Camus of CUNY of different US pace distances has the usual 24 inch pace noted for von Steuben and Smyth, yet right at the end of the War our Scott, in his work for the US Adjutant General’s Office - Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manoeuvres of Infantry, Concord: Isaac Hill.

Page - If, upon marches, guards, or in quarters, different corps of the army shall happen to join, or do duty together, the officer highest in rank of the line of the army, marine corps, or militia, by commission, there on duty or in quarters, shall command the whole, and give orders for what is needful to the service, unless otherwise specially directed by the President of the United.

rules and regulations for the manual and platoon exercises, formations, field-exercise, and movements of his majesty's forces.

for the use of the non-commissioned officers of the british armyparts i. and abstract, part iiiwar office, printed and sold by t. Rules & Regulations for the Formations, Field-Exercise & Movements of His Majesty's Forces Published inthis drill book details the formations and manoeuvres of the British infantry during the Revolutionary Wars with France.

Francis de Rottenburg‘s manual, Regulations for the Exercise of Riflemen and Light Infantry, and Instructions for their Conduct in the Field, was historically the most influential of these treatises. Translated from the original German init would remain the official riflemen/light infantry manual for the army until the s and thus.

Thus my research started again, I had to get a copy of what is known as Dundas. “Dundas'.s, Rules and Regulations. For the Manual and Platoon Exercises, Formations, Field Exercise, and Movements of His Majesty’s Forces, -Published by Authority.” Having got a copy of this manual, my understanding of drill became crystal clear.

One of the topics at the school this year was street firing. Unlike most topics presented over the years at the school, this manœuvre was never included in any official British Army drill manual until the Field Exercise (FE). Nevertheless, both Russell and Suasso, to name but two examples, deemed street firing important enough to include in their treatises on British infantry drill.

John Macdonald (active ) Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of the french infantry, issued August 1, ; v. 1 / translated from the French by John MacDonald Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry [electronic resource]: compiled and adapted to the organization of the Army of the United States, agreeably to a resolve of Congress, dated December, [].

British Napoleonic Infantry Tactics Osprey Publishing. 29– ISBN United States War Department (). Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry (4 ed.).

W.A. Mercein. Infantry tactics: or, Rules for the exercise and manoeuvres of the United States' Infantry. v Liddell Hart: 15/8/3. 'Field exercise and evolutions of infantry', issued by the War Office (Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, ).

1 booklet. The success of Napoleon's army drew attention to the French regulations from English speaking military scholars. InJohn MacDonald published a complete translation of the manual entitled Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manoeuvres of the French Infantry.

Dominicus, Capt. G.: General Dundas' XVIII Manoeuvres Rottenburg, F de: Regulations for the Exercise of Riflemen and Light Infantry, London (trans W. Fawcett, 2nd Ed ) [GPP p.] written with the encouragement of HRH, originally for the 5/60th but authorise as the official light infantry manual for the British Army.

His Rules and regulations for the formations, field-exercise, and movements, of His Majesty's forces became the standard drill book for the infantry. As the wars progressed line infantry tactics were developed to allow more flexibility for command and control, placing more reliance upon the officers on the spot for quick reactions.Great deals on Military Antiquarian & Collectible Books.

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