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[Cannons shooting fire tubes to frighten charging cavalry troops who are shown retreating]

[Title page to The arte of warre by Niccolò Machiavelli]

Abris der herrlichen Victori welche ihr Kön. Maii. zu Schweden bey Erobervng Freisstat den 1. Avgvsti dises lavffenden 1632 Iahrs erlanget

Dissegno di Nitria attaccata in prospetiva

Der kayserlichen residenz - stadt Wien / von Leonhard Loschge, buchhændlern in Nürnberg.

Eigentliche abermalige Belägerung der Kayserlichen Residentz-Stadt Wien von der Ottomannischen Porten An. 1683

Gründliche Vorstellung und Beschreibung der Stadt und Vestung Erla nebst denen Accords-Puncten welche von Ih. Kays. Maj. eigenhändig unterschrieben worden

Umständliche Beschreibung und ausführliche Vorstellung der höchst-glücklichen Schlacht und Preiss-würdigen Victorie welche von der Christlichen Kaiserl. Armee mit resolutester Tapferkeit An. 1687 den 12. Augusti st. nov. wider die abgesagtesten Feinde Christliches Namens die Türcken zwischen Mohatsch und Darda unfern Esseck in Ruinierung etlicher 1000. Mann und Eroberung aller Stücken, Baggage, Munition, und also des gantzen Türkischen Lagers rühmlichst erhalten worden

Wahrhaffter Endtwurff des Sigreichen Treffens so den 12. Augusti 1687 von Ihro Röm.-Kaÿserlichen Maijes. u deren des Röm. Reichs Comingierten Waffen wider den Erbfeindt erhalten ..

Eigendliche Abbildung des grossen Haupt-treffens so sich Anno 1687 den 12. Augusti zwischen denen Keyserischen und der Türkischen haupt Armee bei Mohaz ereignet

Umständliche Beschreibung dess in Irland zwischen König Wilhelm und König Jacob den 1. Julii bey Drogeda vorgegangenen Treffens nebst den wahren Bildnuss dess dabey gebliebenen tapfern Herzogs von Schomberg und dann des richtigen Grund-Risses der Stadt Dublin

Eigentlicher Abriss und umständlicher Bericht des hitzigen Treffens der Christen wider die Türcken zwischen Salankamena und Semblin unweit des Sau-Flusses den 19. August. st. n. dieses 1691. Jahrs A. J

Siegreiche und fast nie erhörte herzliche Victoria so Ihro Hochfl. Durchl. Printz Ludwig Marggraf von Baaden A. 1691. den 19. August st. n. in Hungarn wieder dem Türcken zwischen Salankamena und Semblin unweit des Sauflusses erhalten

Abbildung der den 15. Augusti 1702 durch die Keÿsl. Siegreiche Kriegswaffen wider die Königl. frantzösische Kriegs-Völcker und deren Alyrten in Italien erfochtenen blutige Niderlag Ios. Frid. Leopold excudit

Eigentliche Abbildung und umständlicher Beschereibung der zwischen der Königliche Schwedisch und Conjungirten Königlichen Polnisch u. Chursächsischer Armee bey Puschoff gehaltenen Battaille A. 1702 d. 19. Iul. Ios. Frid. Leopold excudit

Die von denen Chur-Bayrischen Truppen des 31. Jan. berennte und den 3ten Febr. an Ihro Churfürstl. Durchs. in Bayrn per Accord ergebene Pfältzische Statt Neuburg, Anno 1703

Eigentliche Abbildung und Beschreibung der durch Göttliche Direction von denen Kayserli. und Hohen Alÿrten Truppen bey Höchstett erhaltenen gloriosen Victori und dess aus dem Feld völlig geschlagenen Feindts Anno 1704 den 13ten Augusti

Die accurateste Fürstellung der Belägerungs Arbeit vor Landau wie solche im Sept. 1704 zu infestirn Angefangen und den 25. Nov. zu unsterblicher Glorie ihrer Maÿ. des Röm. Königs erobert worden I.C. Marchant delineavit et sculpsit

Eigentlicher Abbildung der denckwürdiger Action so bey forcirung der feindlichen Linien in Braband bey Hillesheim durch tapfferen und klügen Angriff dess Herzogs von Marlborough den 18 Julii, Anno 1705 glücklich aussgeführet worden ist

Vorstellung des Sieg beglückten Treffens da der tapffere Printz Eugenius den 16. Aug. 1705 über die Adda setzte und durch dessen kluge Anführung machte das sich Vendome wenden und denen Teutsche samt Stücken und Bagage das Feld in der Gegend vor Cassano lassen müsste

Cheveaux de-frize, large joints or beams, stuck full of wooden pins, armed with iron, to stop breaches, or to secure a passage of a camp against the enemy's cavalry

To the worshipful the County Court of Gentlemen, The last General Assembly having authorised me, with the advice of Council, to raise as many additional companies of artillery and troops of cavalry as will constitute a regiment of each, in the f

Erin go bray

Return of the troop of cavalry, commanded by [blank] in the [blank] battalion, and [blank] regiment in the county of [blank] 18 [blank].

Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, February 7, 1813

Napoleon defeating the Mamelukes, at the battle of the pyramids, near Cairo / engraved by Mr. George Cruikshank from the design of Swebach, originally published at Paris, and dedicated to the Grand Army.

Peter Francisco's gallant action with nine of Tarleton's cavalry in sight of a troop of four hundred men

Clash of cavalry near the bank of a river Wouwermans pinx. ; P. Ayres del. ; Sonne sc.

Battle of Turin, 1706 Hugtenburch pinx. ; P. Ayres del. ; Sonne sc. Toschi scul

[Calvary officer from rear, mounted cavalry officer receiving message]

[Battle scene with charging cavalry and artillery]

L'Affaire d'orient 1854. 20, Balaklava. Charge heroique des Hussards Anglais 25 Octobre 1854 Balaklava. Heroic charge by the English Hussars 25 October 1854 A.Adam ; dessine et lith. par Albert Adam ; Imp. Lemercier, Paris

The cavalry affair of the heights of Bulganak - the first gun, 19th Sepr. 1854 / W. Simpson del. ; Needham lith.

Cavalry camp, looking towards Kadikoi

Charge of the heavy cavalry brigade, 25th Octr. 1854 / W. Simpson del. ; E. Walker lith.

Charge of the light cavalry brigade, 25th Oct. 1854, under Major General the Earl of Cardigan / W. Simpson delt. ; E. Walker lith.

Union Cavalry leaders & raiders: Averill, Kilpatrick, Rauls, Gregg, Sheridan, Custer, Streight, Grierson, Wilson, Stoneman, Merritt, and Torbert

Capt. James S. West, C.S.A. (Cavalry)

Maj. A.G. Enos, 8th Cavalry

Capt. R.G. Prendergast, 1st New York Cavalry

Lt. Col. Wm. B. Hyde, 9th N.Y. Cavalry

Union Cavalry leaders & raiders: Averill, Kilpatrick, Rauls, Gregg, Sheridan, Custer, Streight, Grierson, Wilson, Stoneman, Merritt, and Torbert

Col. A.T. McReynolds, 1st NY Cavalry

[Horseman galloping across a battlefield]

Col. Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cavalry

Maj. C.W. Deane, 6th Mich. Cav

Capt. R.G. Prendergast, 1st New York Cavalry

Union Cavalry leaders & raiders: Averill, Kilpatrick, Rauls, Gregg, Sheridan, Custer, Streight, Grierson, Wilson, Stoneman, Merritt, and Torbert

Capt. R.G. Prendergast, 1st New York Cavalry

Outpost

Col. Thornton F. Brodhead 1st Mich. Cav

Col. Frank Wolford, 1st Ky. Cavalry

[Portrait of a musician, 2d Regulars, U.S. Cavalry]

Lt. Col. L.D. Rogers, 16th Pa. Cavalry

Col. Frank Wolford, 1st Ky. Cavalry

[A calvary charge]

Col. B. Grierson, 6th Ill. Cavalry

Col. Henry Ashby, 2nd Regt. Tenn. Cavalry

Col. Henry Ashby, 2nd Regt. Tenn. Cavalry

[Full-length rear view of standing officer]

Capture of a U.S. Cavalry

Lt. Col. E. Gould, 5th Mich. Cav

[Portrait of Pvt. Bentley Weston, bugler, Company A, 7th South Carolina Cavalry, C.S.A.]

Lt. Col. Ferries Nazer, 4th N.Y. Cavalry

[James S. Cassady, Captain, 7th West Virginia Cavalry, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

Col. J.G. Wilson, 4th U.S. Colored Cavalry

Col. B. Grierson, 6th Ill. Cavalry

Questioning the farmer of the period on topography

Capt. James S. West, C.S.A. (Cavalry)

Col. Henry Ashby, 2nd Regt. Tenn. Cavalry

Col. J.B. Swain, 11th N.Y. Cavalry

[A Cavalryman]

Col. J.B. Swain, 11th N.Y. Cavalry (Scott's 900)

Col. J.G. Wilson, 4th U.S. Colored Cavalry

Col. R.B. Lawton, 1st R.I. Cavalry

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate cavalry uniform with Sharps carbine, pistol, and knife]

Col. Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cavalry

Col. Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cavalry

[Portrait of Pvt. Philip Carper, 35th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A.]

Lt. Col. J.H. Childs, 4th Pa. Cavalry

Col. A.T. McReynolds, 1st NY Cavalry

John F. Farnsworth 8th Ill. Cavalry

Col. Frank Wolford, 1st Ky. Cavalry

Halstead, Hon. Wm. M.C. N.J. Raised the 1st Regt. of Vol. Cavalry of N.J. and served as Colonel until Feb. 18, 1862

[Jacob M. Rife, Captain, 7th West Virginia Cavalry, head-and-shoulders portrait, wearing uniform, facing left]

[Soldier on horse]

[Full length portrait of soldier on horse]

Maj. F. Foote 6th Mich. Cav

Col. B. Grierson, 6th Ill. Cavalry

Capt. James S. West, C.S.A. (Cavalry)

[Portrait of Corp. Nailer, 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry, U.S.A.]

Col. A.T. McReynolds, 1st NY Cavalry

Lt. Col. W.B. Way, 9th Mich. Cavalry

[Officer reading a letter]

[Portrait of Pvt. Walter Miles Parker, 1st Florida Cavalry, C.S.A.]

Maj. S. Von Forstner, 3rd N.J. Cavalry

Maj. A.G. Enos, 8th Cavalry

Col. M.H. Beaumont, 1st N.J. Cavalry

[Charles Whittington, Sergeant Major, 7th West Virginia Cavalry, half-length portrait, wearing uniform, seated, facing front]

[Portrait of Col. John S. Mosby, 43rd Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A., and friend]

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