|Author:||Plunket, Thomas, b. 1625.|
|Title:||The character of a good commander together with a short commendation of the famous Artillery (more properly military) Company of London : also a brief encomium on the great duke and worthy prince, Elector of Brandenbourg : lastly, plain dealing with treacherous dealers : wherenuto [sic] is annexed the general exercise of the Prince of Orange's army / by Captain Tho. Plunket.|
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The character of a good commander together with a short commendation of the famous Artillery (more properly military) Company of London : also a brief encomium on the great duke and worthy prince, Elector of Brandenbourg : lastly, plain dealing with treacherous dealers : wherenuto [sic] is annexed the general exercise of the Prince of Orange's army / by Captain Tho. Plunket.
Plunket, Thomas, b. 1625.
London: Printed for William Marshal ..., 1689.
"The magnanimity and gallantry of that illustrious prince the Elector of Brandenburg" (p. -46) has special t.p. "The general exercise ordered by His Highness the Prince of Orange, to be punctually observed of all the infantry" has separate paging and special t.p.
Most of the text is in verse.
"Licensed, March the 4th, 1689"
Errata: p. 55.
Reproduction of original in Harvard University Libraries.
William -- III, -- King of England, -- 1650-1702.
Friedrich Wilhelm, -- Elector of Brandenburg, -- 1620-1688.
TO His most Excellent MAJESTY, WILLIAM III. By the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, Defender of the True Faith.
AN Advertisement TO THE READER.
THE CHARACTER OF A Good Commander.
A LITTLE TOUCH Of the Renowned ARTILLERY, (Or rather MILITARY) Company of London.
1. A. DISTANCES.
2. E. FACINGS.
3. I. DOƲBLINGS.
4. O. Counter-Marchings.
5. U. WHEELINGS.
TO His MAJESTY.
A LETTER FROM THE Duke of Brandenbourg, To several Ministers of STATE; SHEWING His Firm RESOLUTION to Defend the Protestant Religion.
A Touch at Waverers, Instead of a PREFACE.
AN ENCOMIUM On the Worthy Duke of Brandenbourg, FOR His Noble and Seasonable LETTER, giving his Resolution to Defend the Protestant Religion.
AN ENCOMIUM On the Worthy Duke of Brandenbourg.
PLAIN DEALING WITH Treacherous Dealers. ANNO 1683.
To the Luke-warm Protestants.
The Manual of the Muskets.
Here follows the Manual of a Gre∣nadier, beginning from a shoul∣der'd Fire-lock.
Here follows the Manual of the Pike, beginning from the Advance.
Here follow the Evolutions.
General Words of Command.
Evolutions with Muskets and Pikes together.