Peyster, General J. Watts de. Anthony Wayne, Third General-in-Chief of the United States Army. NP: NP, 1886. Reprint. 
Blue wrapper with gilt titles, 6 1/4 x 9 3/4 inches, some chipping to the edges of the wrapper, 34 clean pp., portrait of Wayne. Good. Pamphlet.
Reprinted from The United Service, March, 1886.
A fact-filled account of the military career of General Wayne, with observations on the officer corps of the American army of the Revolution.
John Watts de Peyster (1821-1907), a native of New York City, one of the organizers of the New York City Police Department and Fire Department, an officer in the New York State Militia who was promoted to Brigadier General in 1851. He wrote extensively on military topics, his New American Tactics were used by the Union Army during the Civil War and adapted by several foreign militaries.