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Author: Monro, Robert.
Title: The Scotch military discipline learned from the valiant Swede, and collected for the use of all worthy commanders favouring the laudable profession of armes: By Major Generall Monro, being novv generall of all the Scotch forces against the rebels in Ireland, communicates his abridgement of exercise, in divers practicall observations for the younger officers better instruction; ending with the souldiers meditations going on in service.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Scotch military discipline learned from the valiant Swede, and collected for the use of all worthy commanders favouring the laudable profession of armes: By Major Generall Monro, being novv generall of all the Scotch forces against the rebels in Ireland, communicates his abridgement of exercise, in divers practicall observations for the younger officers better instruction; ending with the souldiers meditations going on in service.
Monro, Robert.

London: printed for William Ley at Pauls-Chaine, 1644.
Subject terms:
Military discipline
Ireland -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89228.0001.001

Contents
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COLONELL MONRO TO HIS HIGHNESSE THE PRINCE ELECTOR PALATJNE OF RHJNE, wisheth health, and happinesse.
TO THE READER.
EX NAVFRAGIO VICTORIA GENEROSI DOMINI DN. ROBERTI MVNRO TRIBVNI MILITARIS, EX PROSAPIA BARONVM DE FOVLES ORIVNDI.
SCHIFELBENVM URBS ET ARX MARCHIAE BRANDENBVRGJCAE A GENEROSO DN. ROBERTO MVNRO bene defensæ.
ILLVSRTI AC GENEROSO DOMINO, DN. IOANNI SINGELAIRE, COMITIS CATHENESIAE FILIO, VICE∣TRIBVNO SCOTO, Pro libertate Germanica ad Neomarcam in superiore Palatinatu fortiter vitâ defuncto.
ILLVSTRI AC GENEROSO DOMINO, Dn. ROBERTO MVNRO, TRIBVNO MILITARI, Epitaphium.
ILLVSTRI AC GENEROSO DOMINO, Dn. IOANNI MVNRO, TRIBVNO MILITARI, Epitaphium.
MONRO HIS EXPEDITION, AND OBSERVATIONS.
The first Dutie discharged in Holsten at Crempe.
The first Observation.
The second dutie discharged, of the rising of the Regiment from Quarters going on their first March.
The second Observation.
The third dutie discharged of our March from the Waser towards Bysenbourg on the Elve.
The third Observation.
The fourth dutie discharged of our march from Beysenburgh to Rapine in the Marke, and of the storming of Bey∣senburgh Skonce.
The fourth Observation.
The first Dutie discharged of our Retreat from Rapine to Wismere on the Baltick Coast.
The fift Observation.
The sixt duety discharged of our expedition by Water from Wismer to Heligenhoven, and of our service at Oldenburgh.
The sixt Observation.
The seventh Dutie discharged of our Retreat from Owldenburg unto Assens in Denmarke by Sea.
The seventh Observation.
The eight Dutie discharged of our Quartring and Mustring in Fune, and of the Colonels going for a Recreute unto Scotland.
The eighth Observation.
The ninth Dutie discharged of Major Dumbarre his Service at Bredenberg.
The ninth Observation.
The tenth Duety discharged of our March unto Lowland, leaving three Companies in Fune.
The tenth Observation.
The eleventh Dutie discharged of our expedition by water unto the Isle of Feamer, and of the in-taking of it.
The eleventh Observation.
The twelfth Dutie discharged of our expedition by water to Aickilfourd in Holsten, and of the intaking of it.
The twelfth Observation.
The thirteenth Dutie discharged upon our expedition by water to Kele, and of our service there.
The thirteenth Observation.
The fourteenth Duty discharged at Grottenbrode in Holsten.
The foureteenth Observation.
The fifteenth Dutie discharged of our March from Low∣land to Alzenheure, and from thence to Trailesound by water.
The fifteenth Observation.
The sixteenth Dutie discharged of our Watches and Accidents, that occurred in this Towne, before the Enemy did storme our Workes.
The sixteenth Observation.
The seventeenth Dutie discharged of the storming of our Poast, and of our losses and the enemies.
The seventeenth Observation.
The eighteenth Duty discharged of the second nights storme at Trailesound and of the successe thereof.
The eighteenth Observation.
The nineteenth Dutie discharged of the out-fall made by Spynies Regiment, and of their Retreate made good by Captaine Mac-Kenyee.
The nineteenth Observation.
The twentieth Dutie discharged of the Regiments March to Wolgast, and of their Retreate unto Denmarke.
The twentieth Observation.
The twenty-one Dutie discharged at Copemanhagen, where the Regiment was completed a∣gaine with the Recreut.
The twenty-one Observation.
The twenty-second Dutie discharged being the last under his Maiesties service of Denmarke, of our expedition by water unto Holsten.
The twenty-second and last Observation on our Danes service.
The Colonells Observation of the Kingdome of Denmarke.
THE TABLE OF THE FIRST PART.
THE LIST OF THE SCOTTISH OFFICERS IN CHIEFE (CALLED the Officers of the Field) that served his Majesty of Sweden, Anno, 1632.
Colonells that served then of Scots.
The English Colonells served then.
Scots Colonells that served at this time in Sweden, Leefland and Spruce.
Lievetenant Colonells who served then, whereof since some have beene advanced.
Scots Majors.
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MONRO HIS EXPEDITION JN GERMANY.
MONRO HIS EXPEDITION IN GERMANY VNDER HIS MAIESTY OF SWEDEN, of blessed memory.
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THE MANNER OF OVR INGAGEMENT WITH HIS MAIESTIE of SVVEDEN, in Anno, 1629. And of the Colonels Iourney and mine vnto Sweden in Februarie, 1630.
THE SECOND PART, OF MONRO HIS EXPEDITION VNDER HIS Majestie of SVVEDEN, discharged in severall Duties and Observations.
The first Dutie discharged in the Swedens service of our Expe∣dition by Water from Pillo in Spruce vnto the Coast of Pomerne at Rougenvalde.
The First Observation.
The second Dutie, discharged of our march from Rougenvalde to Colberg, and from thence to Shivel-beane, and of our service there.
The second Observation.
The third Dutie discharged of our March to Prymhaussen neere Stargard, and from thence to Statin.
The third Observation.
The fourth Duty discharged of our March to New-Brandenburg, and of the In-taking of it.
The Fourth Observation.
The fifth Dutie discharged of the Intaking of Dameine by Accord.
The fifth Observation.
The sixth Dutie discharged of the Intaking of Bran∣denburg, and of Maior Iohn Sinclaire his escape out of Trepto.
The sixth Observation.
The seventh Dutie discharged of our march to Swede, and of our reformation there, being made into Brig∣gades.
The seventh Observation.
The eight Dutie discharged of our March to Francford on the Oder, and the intaking of it, the third of Aprill 1631.
The eighth Observation.
The ninth Dutie discharged of the intaking of Laudsberg on the Wert by ac∣cord.
The ninth Observation.
The tenth Dutie discharged of our March to Berlin, and from thence to Spandaw, and backe to Botsaw.
The tenth Observation.
The eleventh Duty discharged of our March to old Brandenburg.
The eleventh Observation.
The twelfth Duty discharged of our March from Bran∣denburg over the Elve at Tangermound and from thence to Werben.
The twelfth Observation.
The thirteenth Duty discharged at our Roy∣all Leaguer of Werben on the Elve against Generall Tillie his Army.
The thirteenth Observation.
The fourteenth Duty discharged of our March from Wirben to our Leaguer at Wittenberg.
The fourteenth Observation.
The fifteenth Dutie discharged of our March over the Elve at Wittenberg to Diben.
The fifteenth Observation.
The sixteenth Duty discharged on our Fight at Leipsigh.
The sixteenth Observation.
The seventeenth Dutie discharged of our March from the place of Battaile towards Leipsigh.
The seventeenth Observation.
The eighteenth Duty discharged of the intaking of Hall and of the Castle, and of our March from Leipsigh to Hall.
The eighteenth Observation.
The ninteenth Duty discharged of our March from Hall towards Erfort in During∣land.
The nineteenth Observation.
The twentieth Dutie discharged of our March towards Wurtzburg in Franconia.
The twentieth Observation.
The twenty one Duty discharged at Oxenford on the the Maine in Franconia.
The twenty one Observation.
The twenty second Duty discharged of our March from Wurtzburg to Franc∣ford on the Maine.
The twenty second Observation.
The twenty third Duty discharged of the intaking of the Skonce at Oppenham, and his Maiesties erossing the Rhine.
The twenty-third Observation.
The twenty-fourth Dutie discharged of our March to Mentz, and of the intaking of it.
The twenty-fourth Observation.
The twenty-fifth Dutie discharged of my March with a partie to the Mosell.
The twenty five Observation.
The twenty sixth Duty discharged of the accidents occurred in our warres during our lying in Mentz.
The twenty-sixth Observation.
The twenty seventh Duty discharged of our Marchfrom Mentz unto Fran∣cony and to Shawbach.
The twenty-seventh Observation.
The twenty-eight Dutie discharged of our March to Donavert, for the In-taking of it.
The twenty-eight Observation.
The twenty ninth Duty discharged of his Maiesties forcing the passage over the Leacke, and of the intaking of Ausburg.
The twenty ninth Observation.
The thirtieth Duty discharged of our expedition toward En∣golstat.
The thirtieth Observation.
The thirty one Duty discharged of our Ex∣pedition unto Munchen, and of our abode there.
The thirty-one Observation.
The thirty-two Duty discharged of our March to Donavert, and from thence to Furt on the Peignets.
The thirty-two Observation.
The thirty-three Dutie discharged of our Expedition from Furt unto the vpper Palatinate.
The thirty-three Observation.
The thirty-fourth Duty discharged at Nurenberg, and of the occur∣rences there.
The thirty-fourth Observation.
The thirty-fifth Duty discharged of the Accidents that occurred at Nurenberg before the suc∣course was come.
The tirty-fift Observation.
The thirty-sixt Dutie discharged of the joyning of our Armie with the Succours, and of our service at Nurenberg.
The thirty-sixt Observation.
The thirty-seventh Duty discharged of our up-breaking, from Nurenberg towards Newstat.
The thirty-seventh Observation.
The thirty-eight Dutie discharged of our March from Newstade towards Winchene.
The thirty-eighth Observation.
The thirty-ninth Duty discharged of our March to Dunkelspill, and from thence unto Bavier.
The thirty-ninth Observation.
The fortieth Dutie discharged of the Battaile of Leitzen.
The fortieth Observation.
The fourty-one Duty discharged at the intaking of Landsberg on the Leake, and the reliefe of Rhine.
The fourty-one Observation.
The fourty-two Duty of our March through Schwabland under the Alpes to our Leaguer at Donavert, being the end of my Expedition with the Regiment.
The forty-two Observation; being the last.
AN ABRIDGEMENT OF EXERCISE FOR THE Younger Souldier his better Instruction. Wherein first we shew a complete Com∣pany, and then we make twelve Com∣panies to complete a Briggad.
A direction to Traine single Souldiers apart.
The manner to exercise a body of Musketiers.
CERTAINE OBSERVATIONS VVORTHY THE YOVNGER Officer his consideration, being short and practicall for his Highnesse speciall use.
I.
II.
III.
IIII.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
XIIII.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.
XXI.
XXII.
XXIII
XXIIII.
A short observation of Jntelligence, necessary for a Commander.
Of Recognoscing.
A short Observation to be observed in Garrison.
For making of Accord, an Observation.
Of the taking of Prisoners an observation.
For quartering an Army in field upon March, Dorpe, Towne, or Leaguer, An Observation.
Of Artillerie an Observation.
THE CHRISTIAN SOVLDIER GOING ON SERVICE HIS Meditations.
I.
II.
III.
IIII.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.
XXI.
XXII.
XXIII.
XXIIII, And last Meditation going before thine Enemie.
THE TABLE OF THE SECOND PART.
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