|Author:||Person of great experience in military affairs.|
|Title:||The accomplished commander being necessary instructions for the prudent conduct of officers in an army / written by a person of great experience in military affairs, and published for the common benefit, by R.C.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The accomplished commander being necessary instructions for the prudent conduct of officers in an army / written by a person of great experience in military affairs, and published for the common benefit, by R.C.
Person of great experience in military affairs., R. C.
London: Printed for J. Taylor ..., and S. Holford ..., 1689.
Errata: prelim. p. .
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
England and Wales. -- Army -- Regulations.
Preparation for War.
How Commanders ought to be qualified.
How to gain and keep the Love of Sol∣diers.
Of Wisdom and Poli∣cy in War, and Ex∣amples thereof.
Of Courage and Valour in War, with Ex∣amples thereof.
Of Strategems, and Examples thereof.
Of Expedition and Resolution in War.
Of Errours in War, and the evil Conse∣quences thereof.
Of Honourable Re∣treats, with Exam∣ples thereof.
Of Temperance and Chastity in Com∣manders, with Ex∣amples thereof.
Compassion in War.
Of Fame gotten in War, with Ex∣amples thereof.
Experience in Arms is the Original of true Nobility.