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. To which are added, forms of morning reports, monthly returns, recruiting returns, muster rolls, returns of arms, accoutrements, cloathing, &c. with a roll of country, age, size and servitude. Also, the field piece and great gun exercise, wit some extracts and observations from Baron Steuben's publication. By John Campbell, late adjutant in the British 73d Regiment of Foot.

  • Campbell, John, late adjutant in the British 73d Regiment of Foot.
M,DCC,XCVIII. [1798]
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Philadelphia : Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no. 41, South Second-Street, M,DCC,XCVIII. [1798]

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iv,5-52p., 9folded leaves : forms ; 80.

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