A Treatise on the Tactical Use of the Three Arms: Infantry, Artillery, and Cavalry
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A Treatise on the Tactical Use of the Three Arms: Infantry, Artillery, and Cavalry

By Francis J. (Francis James) Lippitt
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  • A TREATISE
    • ON THE
  • TACTICAL USE OF THE THREE ARMS:
    • INFANTRY, ARTILLERY, AND CAVALRY.
      • BY
    • BY
    • FRANCIS J. LIPPITT,
      • EX-COLONEL SECOND INFANTRY, CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS.
    • EX-COLONEL SECOND INFANTRY, CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS.
    • TO THE MILITARY PUBLIC.
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • TACTICAL USE OF THE THREE ARMS.
    • TACTICAL USE OF INFANTRY.
      • I.—Its Attack, generally.
      • II.—Formations for Attack.
      • III.—The Attack, how made.
      • IV.—Bayonet Charges.
      • V.—Defence against Infantry.
      • VI.—Defence against Artillery.
      • VII.—Defence against Cavalry.
      • VIII.—Squares.
      • IX.—Skirmishers.
    • I.—Its Attack, generally.
    • II.—Formations for Attack.
    • III.—The Attack, how made.
    • IV.—Bayonet Charges.
    • V.—Defence against Infantry.
    • VI.—Defence against Artillery.
    • VII.—Defence against Cavalry.
    • VIII.—Squares.
    • IX.—Skirmishers.
    • TACTICAL USE OF ARTILLERY.
      • I.—How posted with respect to the Ground.
      • II.—How posted with respect to our own Troops.
      • III.—How posted with respect to the Enemy.
      • IV.—Posting of Batteries and of Pieces as between themselves.
      • V.—How used.
      • VI.—Its Fire.
      • VII.—Its Supports.
    • I.—How posted with respect to the Ground.
    • II.—How posted with respect to our own Troops.
    • III.—How posted with respect to the Enemy.
    • IV.—Posting of Batteries and of Pieces as between themselves.
    • V.—How used.
    • VI.—Its Fire.
    • VII.—Its Supports.
    • TACTICAL USE OF CAVALRY.
      • I.—Its Formations.
      • II.—Its Strong and its Weak Points.
      • III.—How Posted.
      • IV.—Its Supports.
      • V.—How Used.
      • VI.—How it Fights.
      • VII.—Its Charge.
      • VIII.—Its Attack on Infantry.
      • IX.—General Remarks.
    • I.—Its Formations.
    • II.—Its Strong and its Weak Points.
    • III.—How Posted.
    • IV.—Its Supports.
    • V.—How Used.
    • VI.—How it Fights.
    • VII.—Its Charge.
    • VIII.—Its Attack on Infantry.
    • IX.—General Remarks.
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