The art of war, and the way that it is at present practised in France

Publication Date1678
RemainderTwo parts. Wherein the duties and functions of all the officers of horse and foot, artillery and provisions, from the general of the army to the private souldier, are treated of: with the method of conducting armies, encamping, besieging and giving of battel: as also an account of all offices and charges; and the names of the towns, places, citadels, castles and forts where the most Christian King keeps garison; with the general and particular terms of war. Written in French by Louis de Gaya an expert officer of the French army, and dedicated to his most Christian Majesty. Translated for publick satisfaction and advantage
Extent[16], 79, [1], 118, [2] p., [9] leaves of plates
Publisherprinted for Robert Harford, at the sign of the Angel in Cornhil near the Royal Exchange



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