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Centurions of a Century Among Which Are May Who Have Soldiered In The Twelfth, or The Suffolk Regiment of Foot, Distinguished Be Its Services At DETTINGEN June 27th, 1743; MINDEN, August 1st, 1759; and in The Glorious DEFENCE OF GILBRALTAR from the year 1779 to 1782, Obtaining For Its Badge and Motto "Gibraltar", Castle and Key- "Montis Insignia Calps;" For The Storming and Capture of Seringapatam, My 4th, 1799; And for its Gallance Conduct on many duties in India from 1798 to 1807; South Africa, 1851-2-3; New Zealand; Afghanistan, 1878-80; South Africa, 1899-1902.

By [C. H. Gardiner]

1911

Messrs. Cox & Co (Shipping Agency) : London

9" by 6"

xi, 499pp

 

 

 

DETAILS

A scarce work of military history by C. H. Gardiner, illustrated with eight illustrated plate throughout.

In the publisher's original cloth binding. Illustrated with 8 plates, lacking the original frontispiece replace with a facsimile reprint. Written by C. H. Gardiner this work explores the military history, with a particular focus on the 12th or Suffolk Regiment, spanning from the 18th to the early 20th century. The Suffolk Regiment was a regiment of the British army which dates from the late 17th century, serving in numerous military operations internationally. With a bookplate to the front pastedown of 'Brinton'.

CONDITION

In the publisher's original cloth binding. Externally sound, with light bumping to the head and tail of the spine and also to the extremities, resulting in light fraying. Spotting to the spine and to the extremities of the front and rear boards. Spotting to the fore edge. Spotting and light offsetting to the front and rear endpapers, with the previous owners bookplate to the front endpaper. Internally firmly bound, aside from the title page which is partially detached to the head, and is at risk of becoming detached. Pages are generally bright, with scattered spotting, heavier to the first and last pages. The frontispiece has been replaced with a facsimile reprint.

Overall Condition: Very Good

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