2 vols., 8vo., nineteenth-century half leather binding with marbled paper boards and gilt ornamentation and lettering to spines, spines compartmentalized with terracotta compartments for title and black compartments for vol. number; sprinkled edges, pp. viii, 360 [+ 8 pages of advertisements]; vi, 456; vol. I with 1 large folding, linen-backed, hand-tinted map and elaborate frontispiece copper-engraved with portrait bust of the Duke of Wellington and illustration of the Battle of Waterloo (‘The Portrait drawn from a Gem by Satchwell, the Battle piece drawn by Duplessi Bertaux, the whole engraved by Mr. Freeman’); vol. II with 2 large folding, linen-backed, hand-tinted maps. Boards bowed, some foxing to pages; stains, foxing, some repair work to maps with no loss of material. First edition. Text in English.
BOYCE, Edmund, The Second Usurpation of Buonaparte; or a History of the Causes, Progress and Termination of the Revolution in France in 1815: particularly comprising a minute and circumstantial account of the ever-memorable Victory of Waterloo. To which are added Appendices, containing the official bulletins of this glorious and decisive battle. With accurate maps, plans, &c., Samuel Leigh, 1816
GOULD, Robert Freke., Military Lodges (1732-1899): The Apron and the Sword, Freemasonry Under Arms; Being an account of lodges in regiments and ships of war, and of famous soldiers and sailors (of all countries) who have belonged to the society […] By Robert Freke Gould (late 31st Foot, Barrister-at-law) […], Gale and Polden Ltd., 1899