A breviary of military discipline, compos'd and published for the use of the militia

Publication Date1692
RemainderContaining explanations how to perform the postures of pikes and musquets; also the several facings, distances, doublings, wheelings, and the uses thereof. The manner of drawing up and forming battalions, the posts of the officers in line, and march, with directions for orders of battle, and various ways of firing on divers forms; also directions for passing bridges, or defiles with other usefull observations. Whereunto is added the Exercise of the horse. By Captain Lieutenant John Darker, Adjutant of the Westminster Militia Regiment.
Extent[18], 96 p.
Publisherprinted and sold by D. Brown at the Swan without Temple-Bar, T. Fox in Westminster-Hall, and F. Sanders in the New Exchange, and most other booksellers


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