A military discourse

Publication Date1740
Remainderwhether it be better for England to give an invader present battle, or to temporize and defer the same. Together with a A certain, ready, and orderly course for speedy arming in Kent, or any other County, at an Alarm given to the Country. Both written by Sir Thomas Wilford, An Eminent Commander, and Cotemporary with Sir Walter Ralegh. To which is added, an appendix; giving an accoun of Nennius, a worthy Briton, his gallant Encounter with Julius Caesar, at his first Landing, grasping his Sword from him, and putting him to Flight
Publisherprinted for J. Wilford, at the Three-Flower-de-Luces in Fleet-Lane, near the Old-Bailey




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