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Author Silver, George, active 1599.
Title Paradoxes of defence : wherein is proued the true grounds of fight to be in the short auncient weapons, and that the short sword hath aduantage of the long sword or long rapier. And the weakenesse and imperfection of the rapier-fights displayed. Together with an admonition to the noble, ancient, victorious, valiant, and most braue nation of Englishmen, to beware of false teachers of defence, and how they forsake their owne naturall fights: with a briefe commendation of the noble science or exercising of armes. By George Siluer Gentleman.
Alternative Title George Siluer his Paradoxes of defence.
George Silver his Paradoxes of defence.
Publication Info London : Printed [by Richard Field] for Edvvard Blount, 1599.



Descript [12], 72 p., plate : ill. (woodcut)
Note Printer's name from STC.
The first leaf is blank.
Running title reads: George Siluer his Paradoxes of defence.
The "plate" is a woodcut.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
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Author Silver, George, active 1599.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Fencing -- Early works to 1800.
Alternative Title George Siluer his Paradoxes of defence.
George Silver his Paradoxes of defence.
Descript [12], 72 p., plate : ill. (woodcut)
Note Printer's name from STC.
The first leaf is blank.
Running title reads: George Siluer his Paradoxes of defence.
The "plate" is a woodcut.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Author Silver, George, active 1599.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Fencing -- Early works to 1800.
Alternative Title George Siluer his Paradoxes of defence.
George Silver his Paradoxes of defence.

Subject Fencing -- Early works to 1800.
Descript [12], 72 p., plate : ill. (woodcut)
Note Printer's name from STC.
The first leaf is blank.
Running title reads: George Siluer his Paradoxes of defence.
The "plate" is a woodcut.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.

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