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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THIES Military instructiones of Captaine GERAT BARRY bienge visited by order of his Majesties privy Counsell, by the Censor of Bruxeles, and aproved by the Archbishop of Maklin the 9. of December, 1633. his saied Majesties privy Counsell founde it profitable and comodiouse for the advancemente of his Majesties service; wherfore they granted licence for the printinge of the same, as by the contentes of theire patente and broade zeale doth a peere: Defendin∣ge that in paine of the penalties contained in the saied patente, that no Printer, or any other boddi, shall printe, conterfet, or sel the saied Booke within the limites of their jurisdiction for the space of six yeares, nexte insuenge withoute full consente and commission, in writinge of the saied Captaine. Dated at Bruxells the 15. of January, 1634.

HENRICUS CALENUS, sacrae Theologiae Licentiatus, Archipresbyter Bruxellensis, Librorum Censor.