A collection of bound pamphlets on the subject of artillery

Object Title

A collection of bound pamphlets on the subject of artillery

A collection of bound pamphlets on the subject of artillery

Reference

LEF 1 [RAL 04030; Bound Pamphlets 122]

Scope and Content

Includes:

1) Burtt, Joseph. -- Extracts from the Pipe Roll of the Exchequer, 27 Edw. III (A.D. 1353), relating to the early use of guns and gunpowder in the English Army / by Joseph Burtt. -- Archaeological Journal 19 (1862), 68-75

2) Angelucci, Angelo. -- Degli stiletti o fusetti con tacche e numeri / Angelo Angelucci. - Torino : Tipografia editrice G. Cassone, 1865. -- 16 p., [1] leaf of plates : [1] ill.

3) Hewitt, John. -- Contributions to the history of mediaeval weapons and warlike appliances in Europe : jousting vamplate of the sixteenth century, from the Royal Artillery Museum at Woolwich / by John Hewitt. - London : Archaeological Institute, 1866. -- 3 p., [3] leaves of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 23 (1866), 51-53.

4) Hewitt, John. -- Notice of a German tilting saddle of the fifteenth century, recently added to the Tower collection / John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, nd. -- 12 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal, XV (1858).

5) Hewitt, John. -- Contributions towards the history of medieval weapons and military appliances in Europe : the goedendag a foot-soldier's weapons of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries / by John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, 1862. -- 9 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 19 (1862), pp. 314-318.

6) Hewitt, John. -- Contributions towards the history of medieval weapons and military appliances in Europe : unique example of a sabre with finger-guard, of the beginning of the sixteenth century / by John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, nd. -- 9 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 19 (1862), pp. 318-322.

7) Lefroy, Sir John H.. -- Helmet of the fourteenth century, and other objects preserved in the Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich / by Brigadier-General Lefroy. - London : Royal Archaeological Journal, 1867. -- 3 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 24, no. 96 (1867), 315-317.

7) Hewitt, John. -- Contributions to the history of armour, arms, and military appliances in Europe : hand-mortar of the beginning of the seventeenth century, from the Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich / by John Hewitt. - London : Archaeological Institute, 1866. -- 6 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 23 (1866), 218-223.

8) Lefroy, Sir John H.. -- Notes on the contents of some of the Armouries in the Swiss arsenals / by Major-General Lefroy. - London : Archaeological Institute, 1868. -- 6 p., [1] leaf of plates : 6 ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 25 (1868), 139-144.

9) Hewitt, John. -- Contributions to the history of mediaeval weapons and warlike appliances in Europe : tilting lances of the sixteenth century / by John Hewitt. - London : Archaeological Institute, 1869. -- 5 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill.

10) Note on the origin and use of the coronel / Albert Way. - Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 22 (1869), 295-298.

11) Lefroy, Sir John H.. -- Les Michellettes : two large English cannon of the fifteenth century preserved at Mont St. Michel in Normandy / by Brigadier-General Lefroy. - London : Archaeological Institute, 1865. -- 15 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 22, no. 86 (1865), 137-149.

12) Lefroy, Sir John H.. -- The great cannon of Muhammad II (A.D. 1464) : recently presented to the British government by the Sultan, and now in the Museum of Artillery, Woolwich / by J.H. Lefroy. - London : Archaelogical Institute, 1868. -- 20 p., [3] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 25 (December 1868), 261-280.

13) Hewitt, John. -- Contributions to the history of mediaeval weapons and warlike appliances in Europe : tilting-helm of the fifteenth century, in the Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich / by John Hewitt. -- Archaeological Journal 81 (1864), 60-62.

14) Hewitt, John. -- Contributions to the history of mediaeval weapons and warlike appliances in Europe : helmets of the fifteenth and sixteenth century, called salades / by John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, 1869. -- 5 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 26 (1869), 20-24.

15) Hewitt, John. -- Notice of some examples of buff armour and of defences formed with scales of leather or of plate / by J. Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, 1862. -- 6 p. : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 19 (1862), pp. 93-98.

16) Watson, C. Knight. -- [Bombards figured in fifteenth century manuscripts] / by C. Knight Watson. -- Reprinted from: The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries.

17) Hewitt, John. -- Weapons and munitions of war in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth / John Hewitt. -- 4 p.

18 ) Scott, Sir Sibbald David. -- On the history of the bayonet / by Captain Sir Sibbald David Scott, Bart., FSA. - London : Royal United Service Institution, nd. -- 16 p., [2] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution. Vol. 7, no. 28 (1863), 333-3348.

19) Hewitt, John. -- Notice of the combined use of the match-lock and the flint-lock, in the progressive improvements in fire-arms / John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, nd. -- 2 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal.

20) Pritchett, Robert T.. -- Gun-locks and their history / by Robert T. Pritchett. - London : United Service Institute, nd. -- 7 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Journal of the United Service Institution. Vol. 3, no. 11 (1859), 307-313.

21) Hewitt, John. -- Helms from sculptured effigies at Furness Abbey / J. Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, nd. -- 4 p. : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Journal of the Royal Archaeological Institute.

22) Hewitt, John. -- Contributions to the history of mediaeval weapons and warlike appliances in Europe : tilting-helm found in the triforium of Westminster Abbey / by John Hewitt. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, 1868. -- 4 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal. Vol. 25 (1868), 224-227.

23) Angelucci, Angelo. -- Ago o spillo? archibugio o fucilo? prietto oblungo o pallottola oblunga? / al signor avvocato cavaliere aristied caimi lettera di Angelo Angelucci. - Torino : Tipografia G. Cassone, 1867. -- 14 p. -- Reprinted from: La Palestra. No. 65 (September 1867).

24) Angelucci, Angelo. -- Ago o spillo? / al signor avvocato cavaliere aristide caimi replica di Angelo Angelucci. - Torino : Tipografia G. Cassone, 1867. -- 15 p. -- Reprinted from: La Palestra. No. 65 (September 1867).

25) Lefroy, Sir John H.. -- An account of the great cannon of Muhammad II : recently presented to the British government by the Sultan, with notices of other great oriental cannon / by J.H. Lefroy. - London : Royal Archaeological Institute, nd. -- 25 p., [6] folded leaf of plates : ill. -- Reprinted from: The Archaeological Journal.

26) Dethier, Dr.. -- Materiaux pour l'histoire de l'artillerie en general et de l'ottohane en particular : tires d'un manuscrit grec inedit de kritoboulos de l'an 1467, renfermant les dix-sept premieres annees du regne de Mahomet le Conquerant / par le Dr. Dethier. - Constantinople : imprimerie Centrale, 1865. -- 12 p.

27) Puiseux, Leon. -- Siege et prise de Caen par les Anglais en 1447 : episode de la guerre de cent ans / par M. Leon Puiseux. - Caen : Le Gost-Clerisse, 1858. -- 98 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : [1] plan.

28) Watson, C. Knight. -- [A large folio manuscript enriched with illuminations] / C. Knight Watson. - London : Society of Antiquaries, 1866. -- 6 p. -- Reprinted from: The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries (1866).

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