|Author:||Newark, David Leslie, Baron, d. 1682.|
|Title:||Generall Lessley's direction and order for the exercising of horse and foot.: Being a most exact, compendeous, and necessary direction for all such as are studiously devoted to the due exercise of armes, and principally intended for the young sort of the militia.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Generall Lessley's direction and order for the exercising of horse and foot.: Being a most exact, compendeous, and necessary direction for all such as are studiously devoted to the due exercise of armes, and principally intended for the young sort of the militia.
Newark, David Leslie, Baron, d. 1682.
London: Printed by Richard Badger, for L. Blaikelock, 1642.
Drill and minor tactics
England and Wales. -- Army -- Drill and tactics -- Early works to 1800.
To the Reader.
Generall LESSLEY'S DIRECTION AND ORDER For the exercising of a FOOTE COMPANY, The Files being eight deepe.
Observations before you wheel.
A way how to give fire retreating from an enemie:
A manner how to give fire, either from the right or left hand Flank.
The manner of Ordering a Regiment.
The Demonstration of Places in a Regiment.
to the reader