English military discipline. Or, The way and method of exercising horse & foot, according to the practice of this present time. :
With a treatise of all sorts of arms and engines of war; of fire-works, ensigns, and other military instruments, both ancient and modern. Enriched with many figures.
|Main Creator:||Harford, Robert, fl. 1677-1680.|
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London : printed for Robert Harford at the Angel in Cornhil, near the Royal Exchange, 1680.
Dedication signed: R.H., i.e. Robert Harford.
Running title reads: A treatise of arms.
"An elogy on the profession of arms, and the original of true nobility" (caption title) begins new pagination on ²B1r.
A different work from Wing E3105.
Physical description: , 31, , 143,  p.,  plates : ill ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), E3105A
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|J 3551 Har / 1680||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|