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Author: Smythe, John, Sir, ca. 1534-1607.
Title: [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] / Composed by Sir Iohn Smythe, knight, 1591. And now first imprinted. 1594.
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Print source: [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] / Composed by Sir Iohn Smythe, knight, 1591. And now first imprinted. 1594.
Smythe, John, Sir, ca. 1534-1607.

Imprinted at London,: by Richard Johnes; dwelling at the signe of [-] and Crowne neer to Sai[nt] [Andr]ewes church in Holborne, 1594.
Subject terms:
Military art and science -- Early works to 1800.
Arms and armor -- Early works to 1800.
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Certen Instructions, obseruations and orders military, requisit for al Chieftains, Captains, and higher and lower men of charge, & officers to vnderstand, know and obserue. Composed by sir Iohn Smythe, knight, 1591.