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.
printed [by M.F.] for the author,
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|Item Description:||By Nicholas Stone.|
A reissue of the 1645 edition, with cancel title page.
With an additional title page, engraved.
Printer's name from colophon, which reads: London printed by M.F. for R. Royston, and are to be sold at the sign of the Angel in Ivie-Lane.
With eight final glossary and contents leaves.
Reproduction of original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
|Physical Description:||, 70,  p., 20 folded plates : ill. (metal cut)|