The perfection of military discipline, after the newest method; as practiced in England and Ireland, &c., Or, The industrious souldier's golden treasury of knowledge in the art of making war Containing, instructions for the exercising the pike and musket in all their postures, with the signs of the drum, by its beating the several points of war; the exercise of granadiers, horse, and dragoons: the explanation of the words of command, and how to be put in practice: the manner of drawing up in several forms of battel: the various fireings and advantages to be gained thereby: the several doublings, wheelings, and drawing up of battalions, squadrons of horse, &c. with the conduct of armies in open, or enclosed countries, or upon any occasion or emergency, ... The method to be observed in garrisons, and the manner of fortification, with that of besieging strong holds, &c. To which is added, as a second part, The art of gunnery; or, The complete engineer, shewing the practice of the ordnance, mortars, &c. with the manner of making and using fire-works for war, at sea and land,
printed by W. Wild, for Nicholas Boddington, at the Golden Ball in Duck-Lane,
|Edition:||The second edition corrected, with large additions in both parts.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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