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.

Faultes escaped.

IN pag. 17. lin. 16. lege Tatius. pag. 42. in margine, 〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉. pag. 56. in margin. gouuer∣narsi. pag. 61. lin. 7. scriuanoes. pag. 83. lin. 13. by long peace. pag. 88. in margin. arcendi belli. Liu. 21. pag. 112. lin. 31. a la legiere. pag. 117. lin. 17. Purlilia. pag. 130. lin. 32. their countrey. pag. 159. lin. 18. of dust and smoke. pag. 191. lin. 15. ordonance, or shot. pag. 231. lin. 5. Sansac. pag. 238. lin. 5. deferre. pag. 243. lin. 11. Limoges. pag. 248. lin. 25. some dege∣nerat English. pag. 249. lin. 24. Aluarez Sander. pag. 255. lin. 9. Brouage. pag. ead. lin. 15. de∣fence and gouernment. pag. 264. line 8. Plimmouth, Dartmouth. pag. 277. line. 4. disorder. pag. 284. line 24. Philippin Doria. pag. ead. lin. antepenult. Spaniards.

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