A path-way to military practise.
|Main Author:||Rich, Barnabe, 1540?-1617.|
Amsterdam, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum; 1969.
Military art and science
Military art and science /
Early works to 1800.
S.T.C. no. 20995.
Original t.p. reads: A path-way to military practise. Containinge offices, lawes, disciplines and orders to be obserued in an army, with sundry strategems very beneficiall for young gentlemen, or any other that is desirous to haue knowledge in martiall exercises. Whereunto is annexed a kalender of the imbattelinge of men: newlie written by Barnabe Rich souldiour, seruaunt to the right honorable Sir Christopher Hatton, knight. ... Perused and allowed at London, Printed by Iohn Charlewood, for Robert Walley, 1587.
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