The practice, proceedings, and lawes of armes described out of the doings of most valiant and expert captaines, and confirmed both by ancient, and moderne examples, and præcedents, by Matthevv Sutcliffe.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629.
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THE PRACTICE, PRO∣CEEDINGS, AND Lawes of armes, described out of the doings of most valiant and ex∣pert Captaines, and confirmed both by ancient, and moderne exam∣ples, and praecedents,

BY MATTHEVV SVTCLIFFE.


Luke 14.31.

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What king going to make warre with a forreine prince, sitteth not downe first, and taketh counsell, whether he be able with ten thousand, to meete him that commeth against him with twen∣tie thousand?


Cicer. offic. lib. 1. In rep. maximè conservanda sunt iura belli.

Ibidem. Sunt qui quod sentiunt, etsi optimum sit, tamen inuidiae metu non audent dicere.

IMPRINTED AT LON∣don by the Deputies of CHRISTOPHER BARKER Printer to the Queenes most ex∣cellent Maiestie. 1593