MILITARY RECORD OF THE Army and Civilian Appointments IN THE United States Army

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Page 73 - The work thus assumes, in some sense, the character of a historical commentary on celebrated military actions, and becomes of interest to the general reader, as well as to the student of the art of war."—-New York Tribune.
Page 45 - A Course of Instruction in the Elements of the Art and Science of War, for the Use of the Cadets of the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY 12mo, cloth $1 .75 Field Fortifications.
Page 101 - Army, for faithful and meritorious services in the Quartermaster's Department during the war, to date from March 2, 1867.
Page 60 - OF MILITARY BRIDGES, in Use by the United States •-} Army ; those adopted by the Great European Powers ; and such as are employed in British India. With Directions for the .Preservation, Destruction, and Re-establishment of Bridges.
Page 50 - TREATISE ON GRAND MILITARY OPERATIONS. Illustrated •*• by a Critical and Military History of the Wars of Frederick the Great. With a summary of the most important principles of the Art of War. By BARON DE JOMINI. Illustrated by Maps and Plans.
Page 74 - It is a brief but comprehensive statement of all that needs to be known upon the subject by any except professional engineers. All the principles of the art of field fortification are clearly explained, with copious illustrations, drawn from military history, especially from the operations of our late war, the whole made plain by diagrams.11 — Arny and Navy Journal.
Page 285 - Aug. 20, 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the battles of Contreras and Churubusco.
Page 50 - They seem to think that the knowledge of a few insignificant and useless trifles constitute a great officer. This art, like all others, is founded on certain and fixed principles, which are by their nature invariable ; the application of them only can be varied." In this work these principles will be found very fully developed and illustrated by Immediate application to the most interesting campaigns of a great master. The theoretical and mechanical part of...
Page 239 - ... incapacity resulting from long and faithful service, from wounds or injury received, from disease contracted, or from exposure in the line of duty, had passed Congress and become a law, and under its provisions several officers had retired.
Page 217 - He was soon appointed professor of chemistry in the New York Free Academy, now the College of the City of New York.

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