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Author: Davies, Edward, gentleman.
Title: The art of vvar, and Englands traynings; plainely demonstrating the dutie of a priuate souldier; with the office of each seuerall officer belonging to a foot-company: and the martiall lawes of the field. : As also, the office and charge belonging to the command of a colonell; the exercise of trayning or drilling: with diuers other necessary and profitable disciplined notes and obseruations. / By Edw. Davies gentleman..
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Print source: The art of vvar, and Englands traynings; plainely demonstrating the dutie of a priuate souldier; with the office of each seuerall officer belonging to a foot-company: and the martiall lawes of the field. : As also, the office and charge belonging to the command of a colonell; the exercise of trayning or drilling: with diuers other necessary and profitable disciplined notes and obseruations. / By Edw. Davies gentleman..
Davies, Edward, gentleman.

London: Printed by Edward Griffin, dwelling in the Little-Olde-Baily neere the signe of the Kings-head., 1619..
Subject terms:
Military art and science -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Drill and minor tactics -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Armed Forces -- Early works to 1800.
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THE THIRD BOOKE OF MILITARY Directions: Contayning the exercise of Trayning or Drilling: and also the manner of arming both Pike and Musket, according to the custome allowed in these dayes within this Realme of England, with certaine other Obseruations.
CHAP. III. A Rule to set Souldiers in aray.