A discourse of military discipline devided into three boockes, declaringe the partes and sufficiencie ordained in a private souldier, and in each officer; servinge in the infantery, till the election and office of the captaine generall; and the laste booke treatinge of fire-wourckes of rare executiones by sea and lande, as alsoe of firtifasions [sic]. Composed by Captaine Gerat Barry Irish.
Barry, Gerat.
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A TABLE OF THE NOTABLESTE THINGES contained in this Booke.

    A.
  • A Bad and covardly incli∣nation to be givin to quarelles and dispu∣tes bienge on the watch. Folio 6
  • Abase and odiouse acte in the persuenge of a victory to fall a spoylinge til the enemy by wholy yeal∣ded and licence granted. Folio 7
  • Alferis Oloa his valour and brave deter∣mination. Folio 17
  • Alferis or ensigne bearer is not to give li∣cence to any souldior to leaue the com∣pany nor put any souldior at liberty withoute the consente of his Captaine or superior Officeres. Folio 16
  • An Alferis Tudesco his valoure. Folio 17
  • A good Cristian of vertouse life and goo∣de applicationes moste comonly is wonte to haue good succeses. Folio 22
  • A necessary thinge in warr to haue some horses in each company of foote for many respectes. Folio 22
  • Acomendable thinge in warr to see mat∣teres prudently prevented in due time. Folio 22
  • Asouldior ought to conforme him self with his hoste for bienge comendable. Folio 23.
  • Agenerouse and louinge minde of an offi∣cer in warr, is highlie to by comended. Folio 36
  • Alouinge prudente and kinde Officer causeth alouinge and obediente soul∣dior. Folio 37
  • Abad custome, and not to by tolerated that souldiores do lende theire armes. Folio 37
  • A perfecte Sardgente-Mayor is wourdie to by emploied in any execusion in warr. Folio 40
  • Alarme bienge presented, the necessary instructiones. Folio 46
  • A souldior of a prudēte cariadge is wour∣die to by esteemed by his Captaine. Folio 60
  • A Sargente oughte to by inclined to con∣tinuall good aplicationes and exam∣ples. Folio 133
  • Auditor his election and obligationes. Folio 141
  • Arcabusero, a Spanish wourd singnifie∣the a souldoure which carieth acaliver for armes.
  • Aguasiill, a Spanish wourde one tha doth asiste the executiones of justice.
  • Ambuscado, a Spanish wourde signifien∣ge an ambuish.
  • Armada, a Spanish wourde signifiethe anavall army of shippes of warr.
  • Alerta, a Spanish wourde singnifieth that when theire is any suspicion of the enemy, the souldiors to by presently reddy with their armes in hand.
  • Artillerie, a Spanish wourde whiche wee call in Englishe greate ordenance.
  • Alferis, aspanish wourde singnifieth an Ensigne bearer.
  • A dangerouse thinge the manadging of pouder. Folio 151
  • Amunitiones of pouder led and matche are to by put in secure places. Folio 152
  • Amater of greate emportance to by well provided before hand of all sortes of amunitiones for many respectes. Folio 153
  • Artillery required for the executions of an army in the filde. Folio 154
  • A Governor of any place of importance bienge determined to yealde the same covardly, or by meanes of intereses, the necessary prevention. Folio 158
  • A prudente conductor of aresolute deter∣mination Page  [unnumbered] of his and his soldiores are wonte to haue good successes. Folio 161
  • A general inclined to rewarde all braue actiones in warr, agreate comforte to honorable soldiores. Folio 161
  • Atilla Kinge of the hunos a proude and cruel man overcomed be Theodorico Kinge of the Burgon̄onos. Folio 162
  • Alexander Mangnus bienge yonge of yea∣res begon to governe. Folio 166
  • Anibal after triumphinge so many victo∣ries was overcomed by Scipio Africa∣no. Folio 167
  • A rare invencion to discover the enemy at nighte bienge resolved to fall on any peece of service. Folio 178.
  • Artificial canes or tronckes armed with Fire-wourck for many rare executio∣nes by sea and lande. Folio 179
  • Artificial enstrumentes of Fire-wourk ar∣med. Folio 192
  • Artificial arowes. Folio 193
  • Artificial instrumentes to burne any combustable thing. Folio 194
    B.
  • BAse facsioneres are not to by permi∣ted amongst hon̄orable souldio∣res. Folio 22
  • Barberes necessary instrumentes in acom∣pani. Folio 26
  • Beste ordered and disciplined in warr, are moste comonly Masteres of the victo∣ry. Folio 30
  • Bad customes prevented in due time. Folio 37
  • Barber his election and what resulteth. Folio 142.
  • Bagadge and the order given to march. Folio 54.
  • Battelles of severall formes, and theire ge∣nerall rules and proufes. Folio 61
  • Battell square of men of 464. souldiors. Folio 69.
  • Battell square of men of 361. souldiors. Folio 71
  • Battell of 576. souldiores Folio 73
  • Battell or cross battell of 1416. men. Folio 67
  • Battell square of men of severall sortes of armes proporsionally devided and guarnished by the rule of proporsion. Folio 79.
  • Battell of so muche and the one haulfe more in fronte then in flanke. Folio 8
  • Battells of proporsions of inequality, and the generall rules for theire framinge. Folio 81.
  • Battell of so much and the /3. parte more in fronte then in flanke. Folio 84.
  • Battell of two times more in fronte then in flank and the general rule for theire framinge in proporsion. Folio 87
  • Battell square of men. Folio 88
  • Battell square of men with a center for hurte men and bagadge guarnished proporsionally withe drie pikes, corse∣letes, and musketes. Folio 93
  • Battell square of men of six nasiones aluenge by the rule of proportion to each nasion his parte of the vangarde. Folio 99.
  • Battells of the saied 6. nasiones devided into 3. battelles. Folio 105
  • Battell square of grounde. Folio 113
  • Battell square of grounde. Folio 116
  • Battell square of grounde devided into fi∣ve battelles. Folio 119
  • Battell or cross battell of broade fronte devided into 4. battelles. Folio 123.
  • Battell of broade fronte of 6000. Folio 129
  • Battell with a center of arcabuseros. Folio 139
  • Battelles or an army devided into severall battallones of broade fronte. Folio 123
  • Battell of 3000. men devided into 6. bat∣telles of broade fronte. Folio 124
  • Battell of the forme of a triangle. Folio 125
  • Battell or an army divided into five bat∣telles square of grounde. Folio 138
  • Battell or an army devided into 7. battel∣les square of grounde by the rule of proportion. Folio 138
  • Boates necessary instrumentes for an ar∣my. Folio 153
  • Better and more honorable to die in de∣fence of a juste and honorable acte then yealde to any base imaginasion. Folio 159.
  • Brimstone and howe it is to be refined to give it more force. Folio 177
  • Page  [unnumbered]Bulletes or cross barres armed with wilde fire theire rare execusiones. Folio 185.
  • Balles of wilde fire and their rare execu∣siones. Folio 186
  • Balles of wilde fire made to burne with greate vehemence within the water. Folio 195
  • Bisono a Spanish wourde whiche singni∣fieth in English arawe souldior vnex∣perte in his armes and Military Disci∣pline.
    C.
  • COrporall and the goode partes and qualities in him required. Folio 11
  • Corporall is to instructe and give goode examples to the souldiores of his squa∣dron. Folio 11
  • Captaine de campaina is to observe. Folio 143
  • Captaines, and howe they oughte to by elected. Folio 20
  • Chaplen mayor his election and goode examples. Folio 142
  • Captaines and expectasiones of theire mi∣litary prudence, and goode examples and aplicationes. Folio 20
  • Comessaries theire instructiones and pri∣viledge. Folio 47
  • Captaines theire sinister election to the greate decay of Military Discipline. Folio 20
  • Captaines electinge corporales and devi∣dinge the company into squadrones and howe. Folio 22
  • Captaines and the Military prudence and goode partes ordained in them. Folio 24
  • Captaines of prudente cariadge and goo∣de examples are to by imitated. Folio 25
  • Captaines to take their turne in marchin∣ge. Folio 53
  • Chaplenes necessarie instrumentes in acompany. Folio 26
  • Captaines in march when they are to goe ahorsbak. Folio 53
  • Captaines in marchinge or in garison and who they are to by imitated trough their good examples. Folio 27
  • Captaines marchinge troughe acountry and howe they are to behaue them sel∣ves givinge good examples to dischard∣ge them selves and ministring justice. Folio 27
  • Cause of decay of Military Discipline. Folio 40
  • Centery perdue. Folio 43
  • Captaines chosen to by imploied in exe∣cutions of importance. Folio 57
  • Centery whate he is to do, the enemy aprochinge. Folio 64
  • Captaines oughte to asiste theire soul∣diors in time that they are driven to ex∣treame necessity. Folio 59
  • Centery perdue, cauled the security of the campe. Folio 60
  • Captaine de campaina to cause the ba∣gadge to by charged in due time in ocasiones of marchinge. Folio 132
  • Campe Master general of an army his election and office and the aproved partes and suficiency required in him. Folio 147
  • Convoyes and howe they are to by em∣ploied. Folio 148
  • Convoyes to take a convenient course for their goode order and security. Folio 148
  • Ciro Kinge of Percia for revenge of the drowninge of adeere frende of his did overcom the force of the greate river of gange Folio 150.
  • Compositiones and mixtures required for the executiones of Fire-wourkes. Folio 152.
  • Conductores of the greate ordenance. Folio 155.
  • Generals to prevente many matteres in time. Folio 165
  • Careles officeres and soldiors are wonte to by puzeled and amazed. Folio 156
  • Captaine generall bienge resolued to con∣ker aforaigne country. Folio 168
  • Cause of discontentement of souldiores. Folio 170
  • Corporal or Cauo de esquadro a Spanish wourde singifieth acomaunder vnder the Captaine over 20. or 25. souldio∣res.
  • Camisada, a Spanish wourde signifieng the investinge or putinge on a shurte over the souldior is armor or a parell Page  [unnumbered] which is used in night time in ocasio∣nes of soddaine exploites on the enemy.
  • Campaina, a Spanish wourd which signi∣fiethe a filde.
  • Campaina rasa, a Spanish wourde is to say an open filde rased plaine withoute any incombrance.
  • Campe Master generall a Spanish deriva∣tive is to say the high marshal of the fil∣de.
  • Castallano, is the cheef comaunder of a castel.
  • Cannonnero, signifieth a guner.
  • Cavalleria, a Spanish wourde singnifieth souldiores a horse bake.
  • Cavallero a Spanish wourde singnifieth a gentelman, in some places, it singnifieth a high mounte of earth wheruppon greate ordenance is planted to disco∣ver the filde.
  • Center is the juste midell of a battel or other thinge.
  • Cintinell, a Spanish wourde a souldior standinge in poste.
  • Coronell or Collonell, singnifieth a Cam∣pe master over a regimente.
  • Coloures a wourde in vse in English for the ensigne biēge of variable coulores.
  • Corselete, a Spanish wourde is the com∣plet armor of a foote souldior.
  • Convoy, a Spanish wourde singnifienge a garde of souldiores sente for the safe conducte of munision, or any other thinge to be safe-conducted from one place to another.
  • Contra rounde, a Spanish wourd and is a number of Officeres goinge to visite the corpes de garde, watches, cintine∣les, and also the ordinary roundes, to see if they a complish theire dutie with vigilance and care.
  • Captaine generall inventinge neowe oca∣siones in vvarr to diverte the enemy and corruptinge them vvith money. Folio 169.
  • Compositiones ordained for artificial ca∣nes. Folio 180.
    D.
  • DIsobedience breedeth many mischi∣fes. Folio 4
  • Don Pedro Conde de Feria his goode ex∣amples in the expungnation of dura. Folio 7
  • Decay of Military discipline and of vvhi∣che it doth resulte. Folio 21
  • Ducke de Alua examples of his admini∣strasion of justice and severitie for dis∣orderes comitted. Folio 23
  • Doctor of fisicke his election. Folio 142
  • Drom mayor his election. Folio 142
  • Device or token amongste the souldiores of an army that they may knovve one another, necessary to by prevented. Folio 159.
  • Don Sebastian Kinge of Portugall the cau∣se of his perdition. Folio 167
  • Decay of Military Discipline. Folio 170
  • Deposito or center is the midle of a batel or of any other thinge a Spanish vvourde.
    E.
  • ENsignes at theire firste deliveringe to the Alferishes the seremonies vsed Folio 22.
  • Examples of punishmente resultinge of disobedience, and disorder, and theire due revvard. Folio 5
  • Examples of constancie, pascience, braue determination and resolution of soul∣diores. Folio 4
  • Examples of the diference betvvexte oul∣de experimented souldiores and ravve men. Folio 136.
  • Executiones of pouder, no apelasion nor graoe to by expected. Folio 151
  • Envie dayly decaienge into many crimes and disgrases. Folio 163
  • Escalada, a Spanish vvourde singnifiethe the scalinge of a vvall vvith ladderes.
  • Enginero, a Spanish vvourde, it is one skilfull in fortificasiones, and other stratagemes for vvarr.
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    F.
  • FUrieles, of companies are to by cho∣sen of men of aproved fidelitie and goode partes for many respectes. Folio 25
  • Furieles, in the distributinge of munitio∣nes and makinge of quarteres theire instructiones. Folio 25
  • Furieles, sometimes do comit disorderes wourdie of severe punishmente. Folio 26
  • Furious countenance of officeres some ti∣mes are odiouse when it resulteth of a proude inconciderate minde. Folio 27
  • Furieles marchinge their instructiones for to make the quarter. Folio 54
  • Fidelitie a precious thinge in warr. Folio 158.
  • For wante of trustispies many goode oca∣siones and interprises are loste. Folio 169
  • Favor frendship and afection in Military electiones is cause of greate decay of Military Discipline. Folio 170
  • Fosso a Spanish wourde singnifieth the ditche of a towne or forte.
  • Flanke a frence wourde singnifiethe the side of a battell of men.
  • Fronte, a frence wourd is the face or fo∣reparte of a battell, fronte is alsoe the fore parte of a wall or bulwarcke.
  • Furiel a Spanish wourde singnifieth ac learke.
  • Fortificasiones and confines of a King∣dome and necessary instructiones. Folio 198
  • Fortificationes their memberes. Folio 201
  • Fortificasiones and the consideration to by taken for the placinge of the gates of a citty or any stronge place.
  • Fortificationes and prevention to be ta∣ken for their better security. Folio 202
  • Fortificationes and the conveniente course to by taken for theire situasion. Folio 203.
  • Fortification and severall necessaries for their defence and to be prevented in due time. Folio 203
    G.
  • GOode aplicationes furderethe the prosperitie and goode success of many ocasiones. Folio 9
  • Greate considerationes and military pru∣dence is required for severall execu∣tions of Captaines and brave comaun∣deres. Folio 24
  • Goode examples of Aniball and his Mili∣tary prudence, and the cause of his de∣cay and overtrowe. Folio 38
  • Gardes or watches, are places of greate respecte. Folio 44
  • Gamesteres theire instructiones. Folio 47
  • Gastadores necessaire to prevente and re∣medie dificulties in march. Folio 149
  • Generall aproachinge nere a place which he determines to beleager. Folio 150
  • General of the artillery the care he is to take in the election of his officeres and gentleman of the artillery. Folio 151
  • Greate ordenance when it is planted to batter. Folio 152
  • Goode and vigilante watche is to by putt upon the storte houses and amunisio∣nes. Folio 152
  • Greate store of pouder and other necessa∣ries required for an army. Folio 154
  • Generall of the artillery verie necessary he by acompanied with persones of perfe∣ction in severall sortes of Fire-wour∣kes. Folio 156
  • Generall of an army conquestinge aforai∣gne contry necessary preventiones to by taken. Folio 160
  • Generall, in chosinge persones for ocatio∣nes of importance and of whome. Folio 160
  • General, oughte never to by weery in toi∣linge after vertue. Folio 170
  • Garitas a Spanish wourd singnifieth a cen∣tery house.
  • Generall of an army the glorious issues of his deepe and prudente designes. Folio 170
  • General, in ocasiones of reforminge of companies, to by well informed for bienge conveniente to his Majesties service. Folio 170
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    H.
  • HArd it is for a souldior to acomplish his obligationes with the pun∣ctualitie and care required, if he by maried. Folio 6
  • How a souldior is to serve in a juste vvarr, and not to serve againste goddes true religion. Folio 7
  • Horse to recnoledge pasadges and places to by suspected, to by prevented in due time. Folio 54
  • Happy are thos that do not intermidle in thinges oute of scence. Folio 28
  • Horceses required for to carry several sortes of greate ordenance. Folio 155
  • Hovv a perfecte souldior is to dischardge matteres of importance refered to his care and truste. Folio 163
  • Hardly any master cā by had of such per∣fection but some times he muste err. Folio 166
    I.
  • IMitate those of prudente and vertouse cariadge, and good aplicationes and tacke notice of those decayinge trough their bad govermente. Folio 6
  • Iulius Caesar his examples in executinge justice for disorderes. Folio 23
  • In ocasiones of marchinge prevensions to by taken againste the enemys desin∣gnes and stratagemes. Folio 149
  • Instructiones for the defence of any pla∣ce of importance and how the same is to be honorably defended. Folio 158
  • Instructiones to give ascallada or to scale any place of importance. Folio 160
  • Iulius Caesar with his generouse minde to∣wardes his souldiores a companied with his Military prudence triumpheth victori of 52. battelles. Folio 161
  • Iulius Caesar pasinge over the rhine his re∣noomed victories. Folio 161
  • Iulius Caesar triumpheth over Asia Africa and Europa. Folio 162
  • In the profession of armes the wicked vice of invy is moste odiouse. Folio 163
  • Imitationes of the Greeckes and Romai∣nes comendable. Folio 171
    K.
  • KInges and Princes to asiste in per∣son with their armyes it impor∣teth much. Folio 167
  • Kinge Edwarde the thirde his happie su∣cess in France and overcomed the whole power of France. Folio 167
    L.
  • LOnge yrones are vsesed in the gar∣des or watches apointed on the ga∣tes of townes, to visite wagones loaden with hay strawe, &c. for prevention of fraude. Folio 35
  • Legion in time of the Romaines was that vvhich vve call a regimente, Tribunus vvas that vvhich vve call a Master de campe. Folio 141
  • Learninge becometh none better then a souldior for many good reasones. Folio 163
    M.
  • MAny goode partes vvished in a souldior. Folio 1
  • Many disgraces do resulte troughe the filthie vice of drunkardes. Folio 3
  • Master de campe may marche vvhere hi thincketh more conviente. Folio 61
  • Mutineres and revolteres of base actes, and inclinationes their due revvarde. Folio 142
  • Marvelouse examples of the resolution of experimented oulde souldiores in the sacke of Anvvourpe and other pla∣ces. Folio 136
  • Marchinge trough an enemy contry ne∣cessary instructiones to by observed. Folio 148
  • Many instrumentes necessary for the greate ordenance. Folio 157
  • Many matteres in vvarr are discovered Page  [unnumbered] and prevented vvithoute facte of ar∣mes. Folio 170
    N.
  • NEcessaries required for manuall fy∣ry vveapones. Folio 41
  • Necessarie observationes the firste nighte when the army is to pitche theire cam∣pe. Folio 150
  • Necessary to knowe the qualitie and con∣disiones of the enemye is generall, and conductores. Folio 169
    O.
  • OBedience duely observed amongste the professores of warr, is lauda∣ble. Folio 1
  • Odiouse in a souldior to by inclined to the bace vice of dronknes. Folio 3
  • Of greate importance that officeres by exercised in warr for many goode res∣pectes. Folio 28
  • Orderes of the proclamationes or vandos to by put in writhinge on the watches or gardes. Folio 36
  • Observationes to by kepte when the Kin∣ge or Generall comes to vieow the ar∣my. Folio 42
  • Opiniones betwexte the infantery and cavallery. Folio 134
  • Officeres of the generall of the artillery. Folio 151.
  • Obedience and Military prudence. Folio 161
  • Ocurrantes of warlike affaires are some times subjecte to disgraces and may by when we lesh feare. Folio 168
  • Ocasion of greate repose to the general. Folio 169.
  • Officeres reformed to asiste nexte the ge∣neral for many goode respectes. Folio 169
    P.
  • PArtes besitinge and ordained in a souldior. Folio 10
  • Prevention to by taken for the overmuch liberty of stragleres. Folio 23
  • Prevension to be taken when the enemy is superior on horse. Folio 149
  • Preventiones taken in narow pasadges to by secure and prevented. Folio 149
  • Pouder required for eache peece of greate ordenance, is the ⅔ partes of the weigh∣te of the bullet of the peece and other necessaires therunto apertaininge. Folio 157
  • Pouder rather to spare then to wante. Folio 157
  • Prevencion for the defence of a place of emportance. Folio 164
  • Prudente Captaines, resolute and experi∣mented soldiores bienge hit uppon, greate expectasiones ought to by hoped of theire prosperouse succeses in ocatio∣nes of importance. Folio 169
  • Pattares theire several executiones and in∣dustry used for to efect the same. Folio 175
  • Prevensiones to by taken in due time for the executiones of pattares. Folio 176
  • Pikes armed with artificial Fire-Wourkes and theire execusions. Folio 186
    Q.
  • QUarter master to him belonges the recivinge of armes and muni∣tiones. Folio 45
    R.
  • REsoninge the cause that a souldior is to respecte other officeres. Folio 8
  • Roundes, and howe they are to by pru∣dently ordered to acomplish. Folio 43
  • Roundes and howe they shall acomplish theire obligationes. Folio 43
  • Roundes and the care and punctualitie they are to take in acomplishinge their obligationes. Folio 49
  • Remedy for the preventinge of fraudes vsed in deceivinge the souldiores of theire righte. Folio 56
  • Resolution to by taken to conqueste a fo∣raigne country. Folio 157
  • Resolution taken for to remaine in po∣session of aforaigne contry preventio∣nes to by taken. Folio 159
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    S.
  • SOuldiores to by reddi vvhen alarme do presente vvith speede. Folio 61
  • Souldiores stealinge at nighte to the ene∣my prevention for the same. Folio 62
  • Sardgente Mayor and other Officeres are to take great care that in ocasiones of persuinge a victory the souldiores do not fall a spoylinge for bienge bothe odiouse and dangerouse. Folio 64
  • Spies of doble dealinges very dangerouse. Folio 169
  • Sardgente Mayor is to animate the soul∣diores in many ocasiones. Folio 61
  • Shot in ocasiones of skirmish. Folio 134
  • Sutleres and instructiones to by observed withe care and punctuality. Folio 141
  • Souldiores of vertues and prudente ca∣riadge are to by honored and rewar∣ded. Folio 144
  • Sardgentes are not to by elected by favor nor affection for many goode respe∣ctes. Folio 13
  • Souldiores missinge theire rankes. Folio 133
  • Sardgentes to instructe and learne the souldiores howe to manadg their ar∣mes. Folio 133
  • Shott and opiniones for their divisiones. Folio 133
  • Shott to observe goode order, and howe to serve with their armes. Folio 13
  • Sardgent bienge well disciplined can re∣dress and remedy many disorderes. Folio 13
  • Sardgentes are to haue the roale of the names of the souldiores of his company aboute him. Folio 14
  • Sardgente Mayor is to apointe the table ordained for gamesteres. Folio 50
  • Sardgente Mayor arivinge neere the quar∣ter in ocasiones of marchinge. Folio 54
  • Souldiors oughte to by devoote. Folio 26
  • Sardgente Mayor how he is to be elected. Folio 29
  • Scipio Africano with his sagacitie and ex∣traordinary Military prudence did overcome Aniball. Folio 30
  • Sardgente Mayor now and then is to visite the walls and watches for goode respe∣ctes. Folio 45
  • Souldiores carefully exercised is comen∣dable. Folio 38
  • Sardgente Mayor oughte to carefulli in∣structe the souldiors in the exercice of armes. Folio 40
  • Sardgente Mayor is to take a special care to see the souldiores provided with fire in the watches. Folio 42
  • Souldiors exercised. Folio 44
  • Souldiores bienge on the watch instru∣ctions. Folio 46
  • Sardgent Mayor givinge many good in∣structions. Folio 51
  • Sardgente Mayor in ocasiones to be pro∣vided with pouder match led it impor∣teth. Folio 52
  • Souldiores to prevente theire bad custo∣mes. Folio 53
  • Souldiores prevensiones of false alarmes. Folio 57
  • Souldior how he is to governe him selfe standinge in poste or centery. Folio 57
  • Sardgente Mayor givinge instructiones to the cinteryes when the enemy are aprochinge, for to be prevented. Folio 64
  • Souldiores breakinge order or array thei∣re due reprehinsion. Folio 149
  • Spinola provided of boathes and other necessaries in takinge Reinberk and Breda. Folio 153
  • Suitchers with 43000. men resolved to conquest France, Borgondy and Flan∣deres defeated by Caesar. Folio 162
  • Singular vertue and constancie are foun∣de but in feowe. Folio 166
  • Scaling of atowne or forte necessary in∣structiones. Folio 168
  • Saltpeter reduced into vvater vvhich is goode to give more force to many compossiones of Fire-vvourkes. Folio 177
    T.
  • THe imitasion of the discipline of the Ianisaros Turkes. Folio 9
  • The professores of armes oughte diligent∣ly to learne the arte of vvarr. Folio 10
  • Trough sinister election do resulte many Page  [unnumbered] disgraces and loshes. Folio 21
  • The acomplishinge of orderes som times are hurtefull, for certaine consideratio∣nes. Folio 23
  • Thesarios their Military goode instructio∣nes. Folio 38
  • Table to by put in memory for the fra∣minge of battelles for suche as are no∣table in aritmeticke. Folio 70
  • To refresh or coule greate ordenance vvhen it is very hote by overmuch shutinge. Folio 156
  • The order for the setinge of the greate ordenance belonges to the Campe ma∣ster generall and the executiones to the general of the artillery. Folio 157
  • Torches to be artificially made vvith compositiones of Fire-vvourke to in∣dure againste the force of vvinde and vvater. Folio 177
    V.
  • UN fitt that a souldior by inclined to delicate meates. Folio 3
  • Un fittinge to see a souldior leadon vvith much bagade or traish. Folio 5
  • Very many raised into greate dingnitie be theire vertue. Folio 2
  • Vandos or proclamationes to by duly ob∣served for many respectes. Folio 36
  • Very many instrumentes necessary for the executiones of the artillery. Folio 154
  • Vigilante and goode vvatch to by apoin∣cted on the pouder for many goode respectes. Folio 157
  • Vando a Spanish vvourde an acte or la∣vve made by the Generall and Coun∣sel of vvarr and published by sounde of drum and trompet to the souldiores.
    W.
  • VVAtch vvourd and concidera∣tions touchinge the same. Folio 49
  • Watch vvourde in campaina and conci∣derationes touchinge the same to by in due time prevented. Folio 56
  • When the army shall encampe the firste nighte the houre vvhiche is apointed for the scoutes of horse to rerire. Folio 150