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Hart's New [Quarterly] Army List No. CIV, 1st October 1864. The Army & Militia List with seniority & war services. Modern qtr. blue cloth with marbled paper covd. boards, VG.  #56560
  £20
Harts Army List: A New Annual Army List for 1846. Regimental listings + war services of officers &c. Index. Contemp. full calf with raised bands to sp. & claret lettering label, sp. & extremities somewhat rubbed but VG. See illustration on our website.  #48478
[HLMainPic]   £50
Harts Army List: The New Annual Army List & Militia List for 1861. Regimental listings & War Services of officers &c., including Royal Marines Ordnance & Indian Staff Corps (including Crimean War & Indian Mutiny). Index. Later maroon cloth, gilt, VG. See illustration on our website.  #64126
[HLMainPic]   £45
List of Officers of the Royal Regiment of Artillery from June 1862 to June 1914, With Appendices. New Edition, Volume II. ix+405pp., 4to. Sheffield: Sir W.C. Leng & Co., For the RA Institution. 1914  #66381
[HLMainPic] Details of birth date, promotions & other career details including foreign & war service, decorations &c., of all officers during the period 1862-1914. Orig. red & blue cloth, gilt, little stained & worn, entirely sound. See illustration on our website.   £35
The British Imperial Calendar & Civil Service List for the Year of Our Lord 1895, or General Register of the United Kingdom... xii+532+127pp. Warrington & Co. 1895  #63543
[HLMainPic] Including staff of the various public departments, senior military officers of the various colonies, &c. Orig. red cloth, gilt, worn, pp. 261/262 lacking but replaced with photocopies. See illustration on our website.   £30
The Commonwealth Relations Office List 1951. 1st Ed., 215pp. HMSO. 1951  #63711
[HLMainPic] A description of the work of this department with various lists of officials & a Statement of Services of Staff (Administrative) of the Commonwealth Relations Office Serving At Home & Abroad - this includes education, war service (where applicable), promotions & appointments, &c. Orig. blue cloth, gilt, VG. See illustration on our website.   £25
The Commonwealth Relations Office List 1952. 1st Ed., 274pp. HMSO. 1952  #63793
[HLMainPic] A description of the work of this department with various lists of officials & a Statement of Services of Staff (Administrative) of the Commonwealth Relations Office Serving At Home & Abroad - this includes education, war service (where applicable), promotions & appointments, &c. Orig. blue cloth, gilt, VG. See illustration on our website.   £25
The Monthly Navy List for March 1917. 1924. Corrected to 18th Dec. 1923. Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Indian Marine, RNR & Retired/Reserve lists + full ship listings (noting appointments in the ship &c.). Orig. blue printed wraps., lower lackijg, o/w VG. See illustration on our website.  #61269
[HLMainPic]   £75
Who's Who in the British War Mission to the United States of America 1917. Chairman Viscount Northcliffe. 1st Ed., 55pp., lge. fldg. chart. NY: Clode. 1917  #65166
[HLMainPic] Biogs. of members (many military officers &c.) & detailed guide to the objects of the Mission. VG with typed note "With Lord Northcliffes Compliments" on the headed notepaper of the Mission. See illustration on our website.   £35
McMICKING (Maj.-Gen. N.) Comp. Officers of the Black Watch 1725-1937. 1st Ed., 95pp., 4to. Perth: Hunter. 1937  #67220
[HLMainPic] Service details of regular officers. Orig. red full morocco, gilt, VG wiith ownership inscrip. & armorial bookplate of Bernard Edward Fergusson. Note: Bernard Fergusson, 1911-1980, was commissioned in the Black Watch in 1931. In October 1943 he was promoted to acting brigadier & given command of the 16th Infantry Brigade, which was converted into a Chindit formation for operations in the deep jungles of Burma miles behind Japanese lines. He commanded this brigade throughout the Chindit operations of 1944 before becoming Director of Combined Operations from 1945-46. He retired from military service in 1958. He was Governor-General of New Zealand, 1962-67, & raised to the peerage as Lord Ballantrae. Interesting copy previously owned by a distinguished Chindit brigade commander. See illustration on our website.   £45

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