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Author: Norton, Robert, d. 1635.
Title: Of the art of great artillery, viz. The explanation of the most excellent and necessary definitions, and questions, pronounced and propounded, by that rare souldier and mathematician, Thomas Digges Esquire and by him published, in his Stratiaticos, and Pantometria, concerning great ordinance, and his theorems thereupon. Together, vvith certaine expositions, and answers thereunto adioyned: written by Robert Norton gunner. And by him dedicated, to the worshipfull Iohn Reinolds Esquire, master gunner of England.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Of the art of great artillery, viz. The explanation of the most excellent and necessary definitions, and questions, pronounced and propounded, by that rare souldier and mathematician, Thomas Digges Esquire and by him published, in his Stratiaticos, and Pantometria, concerning great ordinance, and his theorems thereupon. Together, vvith certaine expositions, and answers thereunto adioyned: written by Robert Norton gunner. And by him dedicated, to the worshipfull Iohn Reinolds Esquire, master gunner of England.
Norton, Robert, d. 1635.

London: Printed by Edw. Allde, for Iohn Tap, and are to bee sold at his shop, at the corner of Saint Magnus Church, 1624.
Alternate titles: Of the art of great artillery Explanation of the most excellent and necessary definitions, and questions, pronounced and propounded, by that rare souldier and mathematician, Thomas Digges Esquire.
Notes:
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Digges, Leonard, -- d. 1571?. -- Stratioticos -- Early works to 1800.
Digges, Leonard, -- d. 1571?. -- Pantometria -- Early works to 1800.
Artillery -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08351.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶ To the Worshipfull John Reinolds Esquire, Master Gunner of England: Robert Norton Gunner, wisheth all health and happinesse.
The Preface.
Certaine Definitions taken out of Mr. Digges his Pyrotechnie, and published in his Pantometria concerning Great Or∣dinance. Explaned by R. N. Gunner.
Mr. Digges his Theoremes, concerning the new Sci∣ence of great Ordinance, resoluing the most part of his Artillery Questions in Stratiaticos proponed.
The first Theoreme.
The 2. Theoreme.
The 3. Theoreme.
The 4. Theoreme.
The 5. Theoreme.
The 6. Theoreme.
The 7. Theoreme.
The 8. Theoreme.
The 9. Theoreme.
The 10. Theoreme.
The 11. Theoreme.
The 12. Theoreme.
The 13. Theoreme.
The 14. Theoreme.
The 15. Theoreme.
The 16. Theoreme.
The 17. Theoreme.
The 18. Theoreme.
The 19. Theoreme.
The 20. Theoreme.
The 21. Theoreme.
The 22. Theoreme.
The 23. Theoreme.
The 24. Theoreme.
The 25. Theoreme.
The 26. Theoreme.
The 27. Theoreme.
The 28. Theoreme.
The 29. Theoreme.
The 30. Theoreme.
The 31. Theoreme.
The 32. Theoreme.
The 33. Theoreme.
The 34. Theoreme.
The 35. Theoreme.
The 36. Theoreme.
The 37. Theoreme.
The 38. Theoreme.
The 39. Theoreme.
The 40. Theoreme.
The 41. Theoreme.
The 42. Theoreme.
The 43. Theoreme.
The 44. Theoreme.
The 45. Theoreme.
The 46. Theoreme.
The 47. Theoreme.
The 48. Theoreme.
The 49. Theoreme.
The 50. Theoreme.
The 51. Theoreme.
Mr. Digges his Questions, in the Art of Artillery with Mr. Nortons Answers to them as followeth.
Of Powder.
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Of the length of the Peece and Powder.
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Of the Powder & length of the Peece considered with the Bullet.
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Example.
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Example.
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Certaine Erronious Positions and Grounds published by professors of this Art of Great Artillery, noted by Mr. Digges.
Other Erronious Positions published concerning Or∣dinance; Noted by Robert Norton.