Diagrams to illustrate the service and management of heavy ordnance referred to in Treatise of Artillery, prepared for the use of the Royal Military Academy, by Captain E.M. Boxer

Object Title

Diagrams to illustrate the service and management of heavy ordnance referred to in Treatise of Artillery, prepared for the use of the Royal Military Academy, by Captain E.M. Boxer

Diagrams to illustrate the service and management of heavy ordnance referred to in Treatise of Artillery, prepared for the use of the Royal Military Academy, by Captain E.M. Boxer

Date

1854

Reference

BOX

Level

File

Scope and Content

Section 2, Part I' and 'Section 2, Part II', 1854, 'London: Printed by George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode... For Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 1854 [1853]'

1. List of plates, with their contents. Plates numbered I-XXXV. The majority illustrating carriages and accessories and methods of moving and transporting guns. Most plates attributed to 'E.M.B.'; others to 'C. O'Grady, Gentn. Cadet delt.'[IX, XII, XXII, XXIII, XXVI, XXVII, XXXII], 'J.F.D. Donnelly Gentn. Cadet, R.M.A. delt.' [XI, XXIX, XXX, XXXI, XXXII], 'W. Stirling Gentn. Cadet' [XII, XIII, XVI, XXV], 'W. M. Somerville, Gentn. Cadet, R.M.A., Novr. 17th, 1852' [XIV, XVIII, XXVIII], 'J. Cornes, delt.' [XX], 'Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen',

2. List of plates, with their contents. Plates I-XLIII, illustrating guns and mortars and their ammunition. All plates attributed to 'R. Forrest, Corpl. R.A.' 'Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen'

Extent

1 volume

Physical Characteristics / Technical Requirements

Two volumes. Original paper boards bindings, need repair. 9.6 x 23.6 inches

Access Conditions

Open access

Associations

Creator(s) Captain E M. Boxer