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[Illustration of ballistics showing cannon with Tartaglia's gun quadrant to measure its angle of elevation; and surrounding text]

Sir William Johnson, Major General of the English forces in America / T. Adams, delin.; Spooner, fecit.

Prise de l'isle de la Grenade / dessiné par le Paon peintre de S.A.S. Mgr. le Prince de Condé ; gravé par Godefroy de l'Académie Impèriale et Royale de Vienne &c.

Washington (Georges), Président de la République des Etats-unis d'Amérique du Nord +1799 / Dessiné par Girardet ; tableau du temps gravé par Wolff.

Thad: Kosuiszko, the friend of Washington / A. Girard, 1839.

[Artillery wagons, caissons, travelling forges. ca. 1850; various illus. surrounding scene of horse-drawn field gun and caisson being moved into position]

A quiet day in the diamond battery - portrait of a Lancaster 68 pounder, 15th Decr. 1854 / W. Simpson del.

A hot night in the batteries / W. Simpson delt. ; E. Walker lith.

A quiet night in the batteries - a sketch in the Greenhill battery (Major Chapman's), 29th Jany. 1855 / W. Simpson delt.

Sentinel of the Zouaves, before Sevastopol / W. Simpson del.

Commissariat difficulties - the road from Balaklava to Sevastopol, at Kadikoi, during the wet weather / W. Simpson del. ; E. Walker lith.

Sebastopol from the sea - sketched from the deck of H.M.S. Sidon / W. Simpson delt. ; T. Picken lith.

Highland Brigade camp, looking south / W. Simpson del. ; T. Picken lith.

X-X Brand--Petersburg, Va. / C.A. Butler del.

Molly Pitcher [i.e. Molly McCauley loading cannon at Battle of Monmouth, 1778]

A soldier's wife at Fort Niagara / engd. by T. Walker.

Hancock's headquarters 1861

Battery on Morris Island, gun that fired over 1200 shots into Fort Sumter

[Ship deck with sailors and cannons]

First Conn. Artillery, Ft. Richardson, Arlington Heights, Va.

[Sling for heavy artillery. Drewry's Bluff, Virginia]

South-Western angle and face of Fort Moultrie, Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 16th, 1861

Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Fort Sumter in distance

300 pdr. [i.e. pounder] Parrot Rifle, Fort Chatfield, Morris Isand

[Rear view of a cannon with a soldier sitting adjacent to it facing forward]

Fort Brady [i.e. Fort Carroll]

1st Conn. Artillery, Ft. Richardson, Arlington Heights, Va. 20 pounder Parrott

Dark artillery, or, How to make the contrabands useful

Bombardment of Fort Sumter by the batteries of the Confederate states, April 13, 1861

View at Fort Prentiss (The old distillary at the Point)

Battery at Annapolis, Md.

[Three soldiers posing by a mounted cannon with a wall of sandbags behind them]

[Mounted guns and ammunition around the perimeter of a fort, and tents in the background]

Interior view of Fort Brady, James River, Va., near Dutch Gap Canal

[The gun "Jeff Davis," identified as a Rodman smooth bore gun in Port Royal, South Carolina]

The Swamp Angel Battery from drawing

Gallant charge of United States cavalry. Gallant charge of Lieutenant Tompkins of the second cavalry, at Fairfax Court House, Va., on the morning of June 1, 1861

Confederate Artillery captured at Missouri (i.e. Missionary) Ridge headquarters Army of the Cumberland

[Union soldiers stand around a mounted cannon at a fort]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform standing with Napoleon cannon in front of encampment]

Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Fort Sumter in the distance

Confederate artillery near Charleston, S.C., 1861

[Union soldiers and three mounted cannons inside a fort]

A squad of Capt. Smith's battery - Lieut. Woods in command

Battery - 1st N.Y. Artillery Battalion near Fair Oaks, June 1862

Secesh Gun, Fort Welles [i.e., Wells], Hilton Head, S.C.

[Richmond, Va., vicinity. 1st New York Pettit's Battery, Artillery]

Battery B, 2d U.S. Artillery near Fair Oaks, Va., June, 1862

Battery No. 1, near Yorktown, Virginia / negative by Wood & Gibson ; positive by A. Gardner.

Pivot guns crew, U.S. Steamer Pocahontas

Richmond, Virginia (vicinity). Major (JM) Robertson's Battery of Horse Artillery

Battery D, 2d (i.e. 5th?) U.S. Artillery, going into action on south side of Rappahannock River below Fredericksburg, Va., June 4, 1863

[Lieutenant Samuel K. Thompson of Co. C, 54th U.S. Colored Troops Infantry Regiment with unidentified soldiers posed with a Columbiad cannon at an earthwork fort]

[John B. Gallie gun, Fort McAllister, Georgia]

Ft. Brady, James River, Va. View showing battery ready for action

View in the Arsenal Yard, Charleston, S.C. Captured Blakely Guns in the foreground

Interior views of Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C., April, 1865

A large gun in the Rebel Works at Petersburgh (i.e. Petersburg), Va.

Captured Confederate artillery on docks at Rocketts

Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery

Interior view of Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, S.C. City in the distance

District of Columbia. Company F, 3d Regiment Massachusetts Heavy Artillery at Fort Stevens

Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Sling for heavy artillery

Fort C.F. Smith, Co. L, 2d New York Artillery

Captured siege guns, at Rocketts, Richmond, Va.

Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. View of mortar and artillery

Washington, District of Columbia. Officers and men, 3d Regiment Massachusetts Heavy Artillery by Columbiad guns, Fort Totten

Dismantling of the rebel forts after the storming of Petersburgh (i.e. Petersburg), Va.

Captured siege guns, at Rocketts, Richmond, Va.

Washington, District of Columbia. Officers and men, 3d Regiment, Mass. Heavy Artillery

Indian squaws weaving a blanket / sketched by Theodore R. Davis. "Old Abe" - eagle of the Eighth Wisconsin volunteers / photographed by F.R. Curtiss. Pictures of the South - gathering moss on Berwick Bay, Louisiana / sketched by A.R. Waud.

The situation

Bombardment von Paris / L.R.

[Dominican Republic, 1871]: View of Ocoa Bay, the Azua port, or embarkadero

Peace insecure - afraid for her life / Th. Nast.

"1775 - another 'shot heard round the world' - 1875"

[Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, 1876: "Mach. Hall, Krupp Exhibit from rear (showing large wheeled cannon)"]

The Krupp guns in Machinery Hall

The human canon ball

North from the battery, West Point

[The artillery exercises of the Osmaniye]

[The ancient cannons captured from foreign states] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The cannon drill on the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Osmaniye] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[Lancers on horseback, in field in front of barracks(?)]

[The ancient cannons captured from foreign states] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The ancient cannons captured from foreign states] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The cannon drill on the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Mahmudiye] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The crew of the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Osmaniye] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The cannon drill on the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Osmaniye] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The cannons captured from the foreign countries] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The attachment of the artillery to a limber (two-wheeled vehicle)] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The parade of the First Mobile Artillery Bodyguard Brigade with the battery of artillery] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[Charleston, S.C.]

[The stern cannon of the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Mes'udiye] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The preparation of artillery] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The ancient cannons captured from foreign states] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

An apparatus by means of which suicides can get the better of the "penal code" / F. Graetz.

Gun Model on Pneumatic Carriage #1467

[Cannons at the Paris Exposition, 1889]