2 edition of Remarks on cavalry. found in the catalog.
Remarks on cavalry.
Charles Emmanuel de Warnery
1798 by The Translator, and sold by T. Edgerton, and T. Gardiner; printed by J. Barfield in London .
Written in English
Pages 31-32 bound in backwards.
|Statement||Translated from the original [by G.F. Koehler]|
|Contributions||Koehler, George Frederick|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 125,  p.|
|Number of Pages||125|
Sheridan and R. But as I close, let me remember one other hero in particular, and the contributions that he made. One story there is that has not been told, at least not all of it; nor will it be until the last of those who took part in that great drama shall have gone over to the silent majority. And there was no need to depopulate the University at once. Chalmers, T.
If any one imagines he has got an armament, he will find it miserably small, and lacking in every qualification necessary to risk an open encounter. He was not an imposing figure, though of large frame, being Remarks on cavalry. book and puffy, with a heavy look about the eyes, and a general appearance of senility. Wilder D. Kelly to grant dismounted troops 5 day furloughs to seek new horses 9 February ; a report regarding the number of horses and mules foraged in William Y. He spoke with no apparent effort. I was offered a commission as first lieutenant in that regiment, but my ambition was to go in the cavalry and it was soon to be gratified.
He looked like a preacher, though he would swear like a pirate. If, on the contrary, he elect to guard the territory outside the walls with a number just sufficient to keep a look-out on the enemy, and to withdraw into safe quarters from a distance whatever needs protection--a small number, be it observed, Remarks on cavalry. book just as capable of vedette duty, as well able, say, to scan the distant horizon, as a large; and by the same token men with no great confidence in themselves or in their horses are not ill-qualified to guard, or withdraw within shelter the property of friends; since fear, as the proverb has it, makes a shrewd watchman. Passing successively through the grades of first sergeant, second and first lieutenant, he in was detailed as acting adjutant. The details may be put in by an infinite number of hands, and those features that seen separately appear incongruous, when blended will form a perfect picture. Hindman, ; J.
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