The art of war. In four parts. Containing, I. The duties of officers of horse. II. Of officers of foot. III. Of a soldier in general, with variety of Examples of such as have been Disgrac'd for being ignorant of their. IV. The rules and practice of war by all great generals ; the Order of Marching, Incamping, Fighting, A tacking and Defending Strong Plates, and the Method of Surprizing garrisons, or Armies, and of ... up of Quarters. Written in French by four able officers of long service and experience, and translated into English by an English officer. Illustrated with several copper cuts.
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London : printed, and sold by J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1707.
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