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Muller, John (1699-1784) A Treatise of Artillery

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC05306.03 Author/Creator: Muller, John (1699-1784) Place Written: Ottawa, Ontario Type: Book Date: 1965 Pagination: 1 v. : xl, 214 p. ; 26.4 x 18 cm.

Modern facsimile reprint of Muller's Treatise of Artillery, in the 1780 edition, thought to be the best. Limited to 850 numbered copies, of which this is copy 400. Muller's Treatise was first published in 1759 and went through four edition before 1800. According to preface by Harold L. Peterson, Muller's influence appears to have been greater in America than in his homeland. Collateral to Paul Revere signed copy of this book, GLC 5306.01.

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