|Author:||Howett, Samuel, mechanician.|
|Title:||Some few proposals for publick service both by sea and land: humbly offered to consideration, by Samuel Howett.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Some few proposals for publick service both by sea and land: humbly offered to consideration, by Samuel Howett.
Howett, Samuel, mechanician.
[London: s.n., 1689]
Imprint from Wing.
A1r is blank; caption title on A2v.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
England and Wales -- Armed forces -- Early works to 1800.
SOME FEW PROPOSALS For publick Service, both by SEA and LAND: Humbly offered to Consideration,
The first Two PROPOSALS, Being FOR and AGAINST, Humbly and Chiefly offered to Consideration:
Second PROPOSAL. For the more safe and speedy landing an Army in an Ene∣mies Country, than hath been yet practised.
Third PROPOSAL. Whereas ordinary Musquet-Barrels are about three Foot and quarter, and three Foot and a half long, and weigh but about six or seven Pounds weight each.
Fourth PROPOSAL. For Field-Pieces. That Field-Pieces, of what bore or length soever, may be laden with as much Expedition and more Security with∣out Cartheridges and Ladles, as with them: For these three Reasons, viz: