The souldiers accidence. Or an introduction into military discipline containing the first principles and necessary knowledge meete for captaines, muster-masters, and all young souldiers of the infantrie, or foote bandes. Also, the cavallarie or formes of trayning of horse-troopes, as it hath beene received from the latest and best experiences armies. A worke fit for all noble, generous, and good spirits, that loue honor, or honorable action. G.M.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637.
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THE CAVALLARIE; OR THE FORMES AND Manner of Trayning of HORSE, as it hath beene received from the latest and best experienced ARMIES.

Together with all such Knowledges as are meete for the practise of those that are profest Teachers, or profest Lear∣ners of this Noble ART.


VIRG. AENEI.
Arma virum{que} Cano—

By G. M.

LONDON Printed by I. D. for IOHN BELLAMIE, and are to be sold at his Shop at the three golden Lyons, neere the Royall Exchange. 1625.