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Notes on the Origin, Nature, Prevention, and Treatment of Asiatic Cholera
John Charles Peters
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Página 10 - 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.
Página 5 - THE BATTLE-FIELDS OF VIRGINIA. Chancellorsville, embracing the Operations of the Army of Northern Virginia. From the First Battle of Fredericksburg to the Death of Lt.-Gen. TJ Jackson. By Jed. Hotchkiss and William Allan. Illustrated with five Maps and Portrait of Stonewall Jackson. Andrews
Página 13 - Instruction for Heavy Artillery ; prepared by a Board of Officers, for the use of the Army of the United States. With service of a gun mounted on an iron carriage. In one volume, i zmo, with numerous illustrations.