18.00 The Military Dictionary of 1768.
Quit the Firelock with the right Hand, and sinking it at the same army Time british with your Left, seize it at the Muzzle, which must be of an british equal Height with your Chin, and hold it close against your right Side.
6.00, the Regulations for the Exercise of Riflemen and Light Infantry, London, 1799.
4th Handle the Cartridge!
army Bring up the left Hand army and seize the Piece manual at the Swell.This work is indispensable for those wishing to do an accurate portrayal of the American Army during its arms formative period.It contains 9 folding plans and is bound in marbled wraps.It is an extremely rare work, despite its wide use with only a handful of originals still extant.It is accompanied by a complete series of illustrations displaying each british position of the exercise, and is supplemented with an analysis of the drill using modern English usage.#29- To the Left Face!Turn the Barrel opposite to your Face, and place your Thumb upon the Cock, raising the Elbow square at this motion.To the Left Face!
To the opening Right About Face!
Bring your right Hand with a quads short Round to your Pouch, slapping it hard; seize the file Cartridge, and bring it with a quads quick motion to your Mouth, bite the Top well off and bring the Hand as low as the Chin, with the Elbow down.
Quit the left Hand, and place it strong upon the Butt.
The other edition is sarcev a small pocket version without plates that was printed in London in 1770 and is ideal for the haversack or manual pocket.
The Americans used a two rank formation.When capitalized, the term has reference to one of several important manuals, such as the.To stand streight and firm upon his Legs; Head turned to the Right: Heels close: Toes a little turned out; the Belly drawn in a little, but without constraint; the Breast a little projected ; Shoulders square to the Front, and kept back; the right.Available in an 18th century style paper version, with printed stiffended wrap, re-enforced with pasted endpapers and side stitched as per period.Motions as in the two first british of the Secure.Shut your Pan briskly, drawing your right Arm at this Motion towards your Body, holding the Cartridge fast in your Hand, as in the former Position.This work is provided as a companion to the Mutiny Act of 1807, listed above.The official rules and articles for the better Government of His Majesty's Horse and Foot Guards and all other forces.#14- Rest your Firelocks!Bring up the Firelock, with a quick Motion high before you, till your left Hand comes even with your Eyes, with the Fingers of that Hand extended along the Stock, just above the Feather Spring.The book illustrates all aspects of major fortification and was drawn principally from Vauban, who was considered the dean of military engineering.