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Author: Innes, George, fl. 1644.
Title: A militarie rudiment, or Observations of the form of militarie exercise, according to His Excellens Guard in Holland. With the ranges and number of officers in an armie, from the lowest to the highest, and their dueties, in short. As also is added a little anent the composition of an armie. And finallie, some few principalls, in the art of fortification. / By George Innes.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A militarie rudiment, or Observations of the form of militarie exercise, according to His Excellens Guard in Holland. With the ranges and number of officers in an armie, from the lowest to the highest, and their dueties, in short. As also is added a little anent the composition of an armie. And finallie, some few principalls, in the art of fortification. / By George Innes.
Innes, George, fl. 1644.

Aberdene: Imprinted by Edward Raban, 1644.
Subject terms:
Military art and science -- Soldiers' handbooks -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B03797.0001.001

Contents
title page
frontispiece
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To the thryce Noble and Illustrious Lord, both in Vertue, and in Discent, My LORD GORDON.
To the Loving Reader.
To the young Souldiour.
A Contraversie betwixt Theorie and Practick, discerned by M. G. M. in prayse of the Author, for preventing MOMUS.
A MILITARIE RUDIMENT, Or Observations vpon Militarie exercise.
The Ranges of Officers, from the lowest, to the highest.
There is a second Range, and haue another Dependance; And most of them wayt vpon the Horsmen; And take their Direction from the LORD MARSHALL.
Most considerable observations, anent Fortifi∣cation, both in Engines vse of Works, or Skill in Artiliarie; collected from the most expert; who hath verified them by their practise.