|Author:||Stokes, William, fl. 1641.|
|Title:||The vaulting master: or the art of vaulting: Reduced to a method, comprized under certaine rules, illustrated by examples, and now primarily set forth, by Will. Stokes.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The vaulting master: or the art of vaulting: Reduced to a method, comprized under certaine rules, illustrated by examples, and now primarily set forth, by Will. Stokes.
Stokes, William, fl. 1641.
Imprinted at London: by I. Okes, 1641.
Vaulting (Horsemanship) -- Early works to 1800.
The Epistle to the Reader
To the truly noble Gentleman, Mr. Heury Percy, Master of the Horse to the Prince his Highnesse, &c.
To the Reader: On this new and excellent Book, called the Vaulting-Master.
On the Art of Vaulting.
Upon a Book written by Mr. STOKES of the Art of Vaulting.
To Mr. STOKES: Vpon his new and admirable Booke of the Art of Vaulting.
To his friend the Author of this Book, and most expert Instructer in this Art.
On the Author and his Book.
The first Passe.
The third Passe.
The fourth Passe, called the Pomado at the taile.
The fifth Passe, called the Miller.
The sixth Passe, called the Pomado at the hinde leg of the Horse.
The seventh Passe, called Hercules his Leap.
The eighth Passe, called the Pomado at the hinder Bow of the Saddle.
The ninth Passe, called The Mistresse Command.
The tenth Passe, called the Pegasus.
The eleventh Passe, called the Times whole Pomado.
The twelfth Passe, called the Poysado.
The thirteenth Passe.
The fourteenth Passe, called the Pomado at the wall.
The fifteenth Passe.