|Author:||Charles V, Duke of Lorraine, 1643-1690.|
|Title:||Political and military observations, remarks and maxims, of Charles V. late duke of Lorrain, general of the Emperor's forces: From a manuscript left by him, and never printed before.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Political and military observations, remarks and maxims, of Charles V. late duke of Lorrain, general of the Emperor's forces: From a manuscript left by him, and never printed before.
Charles V, Duke of Lorraine, 1643-1690., Beck, Rupert., Savage, John, engraver. fl. 1680,
London: printed for J. Jones at the Dolphin and Crown in S. Paul's Church-yard, and W. Hawes at the Rose in Ludgate-street, 1699.
Military art and science
TO THE Right Honourable ARNOLD JUSTE, Earl of Albemarle, Viscount of Berry, Baron of Keppel and Ashford, Master of his Majesty's. Wardrobe, General of the Swissers, and Major General of the Horse in the Service of the States General of the United Pro∣vinces.
TO THE READER.
Political and Military Observations, Remarks, AND MAXIMS, OF CHARLES V. Late Duke of Lorrain, &c.
Rewards and Punishments.
Of Treaties, and Negotiati∣ons of Peace.
There are two kinds of War, viz. Civil, and Foreign.
Of Foreign War.
Of Ʋnjust, Offensive War.
Of Just Offensive War.
Of Defensive War.
Of the use of Infantry.
Of the Common Souldier.
Of the Corporal.
Of the Sergeant.
Of the Ensign.
Of the Lieutenant.
Of the Captain.
Of the Major.
Of the Colonel.
Of the Major-General.
Of the Field-Marshal.
Of the Lieutenant-General.
OF THE CAVALRY.
Of the Trooper.
Of the Brigadier, or Corporal.
Of the Quarter-master.
Of the Cornet.
Of the Lieutenant.
Of the Captain of Horse.
Of the Colonel of Horse.
Of the Major-General of Horse.
Of the Lieutenant-General of Horse.
Of the General.
Incampments, or Lodgings, Marches, Ingagements, Sieges, which are a mixture of Incamping and Ingaging.
Of Incampments or Lodgings, of which there are three sorts.
As to Sieges, they are a mix∣ture of Incamping and In∣gaging.
Of defending Places.
Of the Artillery, and the Officers belonging thereunto.
Of the General of the Artillery.
Of the Baggage
Of the Master of the Waggons.
Of the Subservients to the Army; as Aides de Camp, Chaplains, Physicians, Chirurgeons, Provosts, Guides, Spies.
Of Physicians, Apothecaries and Chirurgeons.
Of Spies and Guides.
Of the General-Provost.
Of an Army.
Of a Truce.
Of GERMANY; its Strength and Power.
Books Printed for, and sold by John Jones, at the Dol∣phin and Crown in Saint Paul's Church-Yard.
Books printed for William Haws, at the Rose in Lud∣gate-street.