APA Citation

Stone, N. (1669). Enchiridion of fortification, or, A handful of knowledge in martiall affaires: Demonstrating both by rule, and figure, (as well mathematically by exact calculations, as practically) to fortify any body, either regular or irregular. How to run approaches, to pierce through a counterscarfe, to make a gallerie over a mote, to spring a myne, &c. With many other notable matters belonging to war, useful, and necessary for all officers to enrich their knowledge and practice. Never before imprinted. London: printed [by M.F.] for the author.

Chicago Style Citation

Stone, Nicholas. Enchiridion of Fortification, Or, A Handful of Knowledge in Martiall Affaires: Demonstrating Both By Rule, and Figure, (as Well Mathematically By Exact Calculations, As Practically) to Fortify Any Body, Either Regular or Irregular. How to Run Approaches, to Pierce Through a Counterscarfe, to Make a Gallerie Over a Mote, to Spring a Myne, &c. With Many Other Notable Matters Belonging to War, Useful, and Necessary for All Officers to Enrich Their Knowledge and Practice. Never Before Imprinted. London: printed [by M.F.] for the author, 1669.

MLA Citation

Stone, Nicholas. Enchiridion of Fortification, Or, A Handful of Knowledge in Martiall Affaires: Demonstrating Both By Rule, and Figure, (as Well Mathematically By Exact Calculations, As Practically) to Fortify Any Body, Either Regular or Irregular. How to Run Approaches, to Pierce Through a Counterscarfe, to Make a Gallerie Over a Mote, to Spring a Myne, &c. With Many Other Notable Matters Belonging to War, Useful, and Necessary for All Officers to Enrich Their Knowledge and Practice. Never Before Imprinted. London: printed [by M.F.] for the author, 1669.

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