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Author Hexham, Henry, 1585?-1650?
Uniform Title Principles of the art militarie. Part 1
Title The principles of the art militarie : practised in the vvarres of the Vnited Netherlands. Represented by figure, the vvord of command, and demonstration. Composed by Henry Hexham quarter-master to the regiment of the Honourable Coronell Goring.
Alternative Title Appendix, of the quarter for the ransoming of officers of all qualities, and souldiers.
Uniform title Exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.
Publication Info [London : Printed by M.P. for M. Symmons, 1637]



Descript [4], 55, [1], 20 p., [4] leaves of plates (2 folded) : ill. (metal cuts)
Note Imprint suggested by STC (2nd ed.).
"An appendix, of the quarter for the ransoming of officers of all qualities, and souldiers, concluded betweene the King of Spayne his side, and the side of the States Generall, of the vnited Netherlands. Together, with the lawes, and articles of marshall discipline enacted on the States side" has separate pagination and title page with imprint "Printed ad [sic] Delfe, by Ian Petersen VVaelpote boeck-printer, in de printerie, anno 1637." In fact the whole book except for the preliminaries was printed at Delft (STC).
The engravings of pike and musket are derived from: Gheyn, Jacob de. The exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.
P. M1v-r2 have circles drawn in by hand, with two diameters at right angles.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Imperfect: t.p. torn with loss of imprint.
With: With: The second part of the principles of the art militarie / composed by Henry Hexham. London : Printed by Robert Young ..., 1639 -- The third part of the principles of the art militarie / written and composed by Captaine Henry Hexham. Printed at the Hagh in Hollan : By Francis vander Spruyt ..., anno 1640.
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Author Hexham, Henry, 1585?-1650?
Series Early English books online.
Subject Military art and science -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800.
Alt author United Provinces of the Netherlands, Staten Generaal.
Gheyn, Jacob de, 1565-1629. Exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.
Spain. Sovereign (1621-1665 : Philip IV)
Alternative Title Appendix, of the quarter for the ransoming of officers of all qualities, and souldiers.
Uniform title Exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.
Descript [4], 55, [1], 20 p., [4] leaves of plates (2 folded) : ill. (metal cuts)
Note Imprint suggested by STC (2nd ed.).
"An appendix, of the quarter for the ransoming of officers of all qualities, and souldiers, concluded betweene the King of Spayne his side, and the side of the States Generall, of the vnited Netherlands. Together, with the lawes, and articles of marshall discipline enacted on the States side" has separate pagination and title page with imprint "Printed ad [sic] Delfe, by Ian Petersen VVaelpote boeck-printer, in de printerie, anno 1637." In fact the whole book except for the preliminaries was printed at Delft (STC).
The engravings of pike and musket are derived from: Gheyn, Jacob de. The exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.
P. M1v-r2 have circles drawn in by hand, with two diameters at right angles.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Imperfect: t.p. torn with loss of imprint.
With: With: The second part of the principles of the art militarie / composed by Henry Hexham. London : Printed by Robert Young ..., 1639 -- The third part of the principles of the art militarie / written and composed by Captaine Henry Hexham. Printed at the Hagh in Hollan : By Francis vander Spruyt ..., anno 1640.
Author Hexham, Henry, 1585?-1650?
Series Early English books online.
Subject Military art and science -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800.
Alt author United Provinces of the Netherlands, Staten Generaal.
Gheyn, Jacob de, 1565-1629. Exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.
Spain. Sovereign (1621-1665 : Philip IV)
Alternative Title Appendix, of the quarter for the ransoming of officers of all qualities, and souldiers.
Uniform title Exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.

Subject Military art and science -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800.
Descript [4], 55, [1], 20 p., [4] leaves of plates (2 folded) : ill. (metal cuts)
Note Imprint suggested by STC (2nd ed.).
"An appendix, of the quarter for the ransoming of officers of all qualities, and souldiers, concluded betweene the King of Spayne his side, and the side of the States Generall, of the vnited Netherlands. Together, with the lawes, and articles of marshall discipline enacted on the States side" has separate pagination and title page with imprint "Printed ad [sic] Delfe, by Ian Petersen VVaelpote boeck-printer, in de printerie, anno 1637." In fact the whole book except for the preliminaries was printed at Delft (STC).
The engravings of pike and musket are derived from: Gheyn, Jacob de. The exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.
P. M1v-r2 have circles drawn in by hand, with two diameters at right angles.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Imperfect: t.p. torn with loss of imprint.
With: With: The second part of the principles of the art militarie / composed by Henry Hexham. London : Printed by Robert Young ..., 1639 -- The third part of the principles of the art militarie / written and composed by Captaine Henry Hexham. Printed at the Hagh in Hollan : By Francis vander Spruyt ..., anno 1640.
Alt author United Provinces of the Netherlands, Staten Generaal.
Gheyn, Jacob de, 1565-1629. Exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes, and pikes.
Spain. Sovereign (1621-1665 : Philip IV)

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