|Author:||Mansfeld, Ernst, graf von, 1585-1626.|
|Title:||Count Mansfields directions of vvarre. Giuen to all his officers and souldiers in generall.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Count Mansfields directions of vvarre. Giuen to all his officers and souldiers in generall.
Mansfeld, Ernst, graf von, 1585-1626., W. G., fl. 1624,
London: Printed by Edw: Allde for Richard Whittaker, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard, at the Kings head, 1624.
|Alternate titles:||Count Mansfields directions of warre Count Mansfields directions of warre.|
Editor's dedication signed: W.G.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Military art and science -- Early works to 1800.
TO The High, Mighty, and inuinci∣ble CHARLES Prince of Wales: the Right Honourable GEORGE Duke of Buckingham: and IAMES Marquesse Hambleton; with the rest of his Maiesties Honourable and faithfull Councell for Warre.
THE OFFICE OF A REGIMENT AND THEIR Duties.
The Office of a Collonell.
The Office of a Lieutenant Colonell.
The Office of the Sergeant Maior.
The Quarter Masters Office.
The Office of a Prouost of a Regiment.
The Office of a Captaine of foote.
The Office of the Leiftenant of a Company.
The Office of an Ensigne.
The Office of the Sergiant of a Company.
The Office of a Corporall of a Company.
The Office of a Lanspreado.
The Office of a Drum.
The Office of a Troupe of Horse.
Captayne of Horse.
The Lieutenant of Horse.
The Quarter Master his Office.
Corporall of Horse.
The Dignitie of Souldiers in their Fyles.
Of the Ordering of a Foot Company, and of the Dignitie of each Souldier in their Fyle: With the manner of Exercising now vsed.
The Dignitie of Leaders.
The Generall motions which the Company or Troupes are to obserue.
These following Motions are to bee per∣formed, both Standing and Marching.
Make ready, Present, Giue Fire.