[Certen] instruct[ions, obseruati]ons and orders militarie, requisit for all chieftaines, captaines [and?] higher and lower men of charge, [and officers] to vnderstand, [knowe and obserue]
Smythe, John, Sir, ca. 1534-1607.
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Faults happened in the printing of this Booke, by reason, that for Iohn Smythe was absent from London at the time of the imprinting thereof, And they are tobe cor∣rected and read, as followeth.

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5 23 Put out And march.
7 18 for Armour, read, Armours.
9 32 for, the left feet, read, their left feet.
21 16 for, Captain Lieutenant, read, Captaine or Lieutenant.
31 26 for opinions, read, opinion.
36 31 for, in aank, read, in rankes,
39 18 for, therein make, read, there make.
43 3 for, which like number, read, which little number.
48 9 for, forpart corner, read, forpart and corner.
48 16 for, sort and weapon, read, sort of weapon.
56 26 for, substance of the powder, read, substance & body of y powder
62 11 for, 145. Read, 143.
63 18 for 5. in frunt, read, 50. in frunt.
63 33 for, the flanke, read, the left flanke.
74 1 for, but one kind, read, but of one kind.
87 33 for, that their in encountring, read, that in their encountring.
88   In the margent, for 3000. read, 5000.
93 30 for piquers, read, piques.
94 4 for ranke, read, rankes.
106 27 for flankes, read, flanke.
111 14 for 18000. read, 1800.
126 35 for like, read, little.
134 3 for double, read, doubt.
143 2 for sortes, read, sort.
148 33 for, and without, read, and not without.
150 35 for, narrow or short, read, narrow and short.
156 17 for motions, read, motion.
189 25 for stocks, read, cocks.
194 10 for, the piques of such sagging, read, the points of such sagging
197 29 for septrionall, Read, septentrionall.
203 16 for, into their bands, read, into bands:
218 3 for, at a great But discharge, read, at a great white in the midst of a great But.