Six Engravings Representing the Six Cuts in the Sword Exercise of the Cavalry; Accompanied with Instructions for Making Them, and for Performing the Several Guards; the Mode of Exercising in Classes, the System of Attack and Defence: and the Words of Command. Also Directions by which Any One May Become a Complete Horseman
J. Cundee, 1803 - Cavalry - 28 pages
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