Has anybody read this? it came to my attention on a 10mm news email I regularly get. Apparently it is the experiences of an English gentleman adventurer who accompanied Marshal Daun on several campaigns in which the Austrians were successful. There are also sections giving the Prussian point of view and modern input from Neil Cogswell . Not sure of the publisher, but it is in a series entitled From Reason To Revolution, so my guess is either Helion or Pen and Sword.
It's Helion. The other volume of Horace St. Paul's journal (also available from Helion) is, "Lobositz to Leuthen".
Haven't got either of them yet, but they're planned purchases for the future. Not the immediate future...I've been spending a horrendous amount on books recently, mostly on eighteenth century titles; the two most recent being James Falkner's, "The Battle of Fontenoy", and Reed Browning's, "The War of the Austrian Succession", and before them a pile of Helion's "Century of the Soldier", and "From Reason to Revolution" titles.
Since I posted I have bought both and started to read volume I. They contain a wealth of information. There are tables and plans of orders of battle throughout the book and a huge number (really huge) of battlefield maps and sketches at the back of each volume. Very useful indeed for scenario design. For devotees of the eastern theatre, we are very lucky that Horace had to flee the country and seek service with the Austrian army.