Howard Douglas

British military officer

Howard Douglas

Works Edit

  • Essay on the Principle and Construction of Military Bridges and the Passage of Rivers in Military Operations (1816)
  • Observations on the Motives, Errors, and Tendency of M. Carnot's System of Defence, showing the Defects of his New System of Fortifications, and the alterations he has proposed with a view to improve the defences of existing places (1819)
  • Treatise on Naval Gunnery (1820)
  • Observations on the Proposed Alterations of the Timber Duties (1831)
  • Considerations on the Value and Importance of the British North American Provinces and the circumstances on which depend their Prosperity and Connection with Great Britain (1831)
  • Naval Evolutions; containing a review and refutation of the principal essays and arguments advocating Mr. Clark's claims in relation to the action of 12 April 1782 (1832)
  • Speech of Lieut.-General Sir Howard Douglas, Bart. M.P. on Lord Ingestre's motion for an address to the crown, to issue another commission for the investigation and trial of Mr. Warner's alleged discoveries (1845)
  • Observations on the Naval Operations in the Black Sea and at Sebastopol (1855)
  • On Naval Warfare under Steam (1858)
  • Observations on the Modern System of Fortification, including the proposals of M. Carnot, to which are added some reflections on entrenched positions, and a treatise on the naval, littoral, and internal defence of England (1859)
  • The Defence of England (1860)
  • Postscript to Remarks on Iron Defences in the 5th edition of Naval Gunnery, in answer to the "Quarterly Review" (1860)

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Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1928, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.

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