Current As Of 10 December 1996
Adye, Stephen Payne. A Treatise on Courts martial .... New York: H. Gaine, 1769; Philadelphia: R. Aitken, 1779.
Amherst, Jeffrey. A Journal of the landing of his Majesty's forces on the Island of Cape-Breton, and of the siege and surrender of Louisbourg .... Boston: Greene and Russell, .
Anonymous. The Gentleman's compleat military dictionary, containing the military art, .... Boston: Greene and Russell, 1759.
Anonymous. Rules, maxims, and observations, for the government, conduct, and discipline of an army. By a General Officer. Norwich: John Trumbull, .
Blakeney, William. The New Manual exercise, by General Blakeney. To which is added, The Evolutions of the foot, by General Bland. New York: James Parker, 1746; Philadelphia: B. Franklin, 1746 and 1747; New York: J. Parker and W. Weyman, 1754 and 1756.
Bland, Humphrey. A Treatise of Military Discipline .... (Variant titles). Boston: D. Henchman, 1743, 1744, 1747 and 1755; New York: Henry de Forest, 1754; New York: Hugh Gaine, 1759.
Brattle, William. Sundry rules and regulations for drawing up a regiment, &c. Boston: N.p., 1733.
Breton, William. Militia Discipline. The words of command, and directions for exercising .... Boston: D. Henchman, 1733; New York: William Bradford, 1738.
Clairac, Louis Andre de la Mamie, Chevalier de. L'Ingenieur de campagne: or, field engineer. Written in French by the Chevalier de Clairac, and translated by Major Lewis Nicola. Philadelphia: R. Aitken, 1776.
Dalrymple, Campbell. Extracts from a military essay .... Philadelphia: Humphreys, Bell, and Aitken, 1776.
Davis, [Thomas]. A Treatise on the military duty. By Adjutant Davis. Williamsburg: John Pinkney, 1776.
Elton, Richard. The compleat body of the art military. (Variant titles.) Boston: Nicholas Boone, 1701; boston: B. Green and J. Allen, 1702.
Fawcett, William, translator. The Prussian (short) exercise. Published by our sovereign's special command. New York: H. Gaine, 1757; New York: J. Parker and W. Weyman, 1757.
Fitzroy, James, Duke of Monmouth. An Abridgement of the English military discipline. Boston: Samuel Green, 1690.
Great Britain. A New Exercise to be observed by his Majesty's troops on the establishment of Great Britain and Ireland. By his Majesty's special command. (Variant titles.) New York: H. Gaine, 1757 (two editions); New York: J. Parker and W. Weyman, 1757; Philadelphia: W. Dunlap, 1758.
Hanson, Thomas. The Prussian evolutions in actual engagements .... 2 vols. New York: J. Douglass M'Dougal, .
Harvey, Edward. The New manual and platoon exercise, as ordered by his majesty in 1764. (Variant titles.) New York: W. Weyman, 1766; New York: Hugh Gaine, 1769, 1773, 1775 and 1777; New Haven: Thomas and Samuel Green, ; Boston: T. and J. Fleet, ; Boston: Isaiah Thomas, ; Providence: John Carter, 1774; Newbury Port: E. Lunt and H. W. Tinges, 1774; Norwich: Robertsons and Trumbull, 1775; Albany: A. and J. Robertson, 1775; Baltimore: M. K. Goddard, 1775; Lancaster: Francis Bailey, 1775; Philadelphia: R. Aitken, 1775; Philadelphia: William and Thomas Bradford, 1775; Philadelphia: J. Humphreys, R. Bell and R. Aitken, 1776; Williamsburg: Alexander Purdie, 1775; Williamsburg: J. Dixon and W. Hunter, 1775; Wilmington: James Adams, 1775.
Johnson, Guy. Manual exercise, evolutions, manoeuvres ... to be observed ... by the militia of the province of New-York. Albany: Alexander and James Robertson, 1772.
Lambert, Richard, Earl of Cavan. A New system of military discipline founded upon principle. By a General Officer. Philadelphia: R. Aitken, 1776.
Nicola, Lewis. A Treatise of military exercise, calculated for the use of the Americans. Philadelphia: Styner and Cist, 1776.
Pickering, Timothy, Jr. An Easy plan of discipline for a militia. Salem: Samuel and Ebenezer Hall, 1775.
Simes, Thomas. The Military guide for young officers .... 2 vols. Philadelphia: Humphrey, Bell and Aitken, 1776.
Smith, William. A Historical Account of the Expedition against the Ohio Indians in the Year MDCCLXIV under the Command of Henry Bouquet, Esq. ... to which are annexed military papers containing reflection on the War with Savages. Philadelphia: N.p., 1765.
Stueben, Frederick. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States. Part I. Philadelphia: Styner and Cist, 1779. Other editions Philadelphia: Francis Bailey, 1779; Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin,  and ; Philadelphia: Charles Cist, 1782; Hartford: Nathaniel Patten, .
Stevenson, Roger. Military Instructions for officers detached in the field: containing a scheme for forming a corps of a partisan. Philadelphia: R. Aitken, 1775.
La Valiere, Chevalier de. The Art of war .... Philadelphia: Robert Bell, 1776.
Windham, William. A Plan of exercise for the militia of Massachusetts-Bay; extracted from the Plan of discipline of the Norfolk militia. Boston: Richard Draper, 1768, 1771, 1772 and 1774; New London: Timothy Green, 1772; New Haven: T. and S. Green, 1772.