A CIRCUMSTANTIAL NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN IN RUSSIA, EMBELLISHED WITH PLANS OF THE BATTLES OF THE MOSKWA AND MALO-JAROLSLAVITZ.; Interspersed with faithful descriptions of those affecting and interesting scenes, of which the author was an eye-witness. By...Captain of the Royal Geographical Engineers, Ex-Officer of the Ordnance of Prince Eugene, Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, and of the Iron Crown. Author of an abridged history of the Republic of Venice.
London: Samuel Leigh, 1814. 8vo, pp. xii, 408. Translated from the French. TEG. Dark blue straight grained morocco, stamped in gilt. Two fold-out maps (Plan of the Field of Battle of The Moskwa, Sept. 7, 1812, and Plan of the Field of Battle of Malo-Jaroslavetz, 24 Oct. 1814.) Cover little rubbed along hinges, occasional foxing, but generally a nice tight copy. Item #40037