The Art of war, containing, I. The duties of all military officers in actual service; including necessary instructions, in many capital matters, by the knowledge of which, a man may soon become an ornament to the profession of arms. By Monsieur de Lamont, Town-Major of Toulon. II. The duties of soldiers in general; including necessary instructions, in many capital matters, by remaining ignorant of which, a man who pretends to be a soldier, will be every day in danger, of bringing disgrace upon himself, and material injury, to the cause of his country. III. The rules and practice of the greatest generals, in the manoeuvres of encamping, marching, order of battle, fighting, attacking, and defending strong places, with the manner of surprising towns, quarters, and armies; exhibiting what is most requisite to be known, by all who enter into the military service. By the Chevalier de la Valiere.
- La Vallière, Chevalier de.
- MDCCLXXVI. 
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