|Author:||Kellie, Thomas, Sir.|
|Title:||Pallas armata, or Militarie instructions for the learned: and all generous spirits, who affect the profession of armes. The first part¨ Containing the exercise of infanterie, as well antient, as moderne: wherein are clearelie set downe all the postures and motions, belonging to battallions of foote|
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Pallas armata, or Militarie instructions for the learned: and all generous spirits, who affect the profession of armes. The first part¨ Containing the exercise of infanterie, as well antient, as moderne: wherein are clearelie set downe all the postures and motions, belonging to battallions of foote
Kellie, Thomas, Sir., Dickesonn, Charles,
Printed at Edinburgh: By the heires of Andro Hart, 1627.
|Alternate titles:||Pallas armata Militarie instructions for the learned: and all generous spirits, who affect the profession of armes.|
The author's name, Sir Thomas Kellie, appears in the preliminaries.
No more published.
With a title-page engraving signed: C. dickesonn sc. Exc. T. finlason.
P. 130 misnumbered 121.
The title page is in two settings; line 7 has (1) "clearelie" or (2) "clearely".
Identified as STC 14906a on UMI microfilm reel 558.
Reproductions of the originals in the Folger Shakespeare Library and the British Library.
Appears at reel 558 (Folger Shakespeare Library copy) and at reel 760 (British Library copy).
Drill and minor tactics -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONO∣RABLE, and NOBLE LORD, JOHN Earle of Rothes, LORD Leslie, &c.
To His Fellow Advocates.
To the indifferent Reader.
D. THOMAE KELLIE Equiti Aurato, Libellum eruditum, De Re Militari aedenti, Simul & in Militiam, cum Mandato Serenissiimi Regis proficiscenti.
TO THE RIGHT WOR∣shipfull, His Deare Friend, Sr. Thomas Kellie Knight.
To the Right Worshipfull Sr. Thomas Kellie, Captaine, & Gentle-man of His MAIESTIES Privie Chamber.
OF THE ARTE MILITARIE. Of Foote-men, and their Arming: Of drawing of them into bodies.
Of Files and Rankes.
Of the seuerall Postures of the Picke and Musquet.
Of Motions, and first of Faceing.
Of Evolution or Counter-March.
Of Closiing, and Opening the Battell.
Of Conversion or VVheeling
Of the particular exercising of Picke-men and Musquetiers.
A Collection of the VVords of Command which are most ne∣cessare in exercise and seruice.