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Militia discipline. : the words of command, and directions for exercising the musket, bayonet, and carthridge: and the exercise for the soldiers of the militia horse, Arm'd with Carbine, Pistols, and Sword: Required by the late Act of Parliament, Anno Primo Georgii Regis, For making the Militia of that Part of Great-Britain call'd England, more useful, &c. with Observations on the several Beats of the Drum, of Ranks and Files, of their several Distances. Directions for compleating a Battalion, or Company, before an Officer begins to Exercise. The Evolutions. Of Firing. Demonstrating every Posture, and Motion of the Body, Hand, and Foot, with the Number of Motions, in performing the several Commands ; which have been perused and approv'd of by several Great Commanders, and Adjutants ; who agree, 'tis the compleatest Method for Disciplining the said Militia. For the instruction of young soldiers. By W.B. gent. Preview this item
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Militia discipline. : the words of command, and directions for exercising the musket, bayonet, and carthridge: and the exercise for the soldiers of the militia horse, Arm'd with Carbine, Pistols, and Sword: Required by the late Act of Parliament, Anno Primo Georgii Regis, For making the Militia of that Part of Great-Britain call'd England, more useful, &c. with Observations on the several Beats of the Drum, of Ranks and Files, of their several Distances. Directions for compleating a Battalion, or Company, before an Officer begins to Exercise. The Evolutions. Of Firing. Demonstrating every Posture, and Motion of the Body, Hand, and Foot, with the Number of Motions, in performing the several Commands ; which have been perused and approv'd of by several Great Commanders, and Adjutants ; who agree, 'tis the compleatest Method for Disciplining the said Militia. For the instruction of young soldiers. By W.B. gent.

Author: W B Breton
Publisher: London : Printed by R. Harbin, and sold by J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1717.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: W B Breton
OCLC Number: 642291624
Description: 1 online resource ([8], 67, [1] pages)

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