Soldiers England : A compleat schoole of vvarre, or, A direct way for the ordering and exercising of a foot company : whereby may bee attained with ease the perfection both of musket and pyke in short time : now as most necessary thought fit to be set forth for a generall good / by an expert commander R.M.; R. M.
Soldiers England Billeting : The Humble petition of the inhabitants of the county of Oxford to His Majesty, with His Maiesties answer thereunto
Soldiers England Billeting Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the Northerne Army : with instructions concluded at a Councell of Warre, concerning the northerne forces. Also a Letter concerning the countries resolutions in relation to the Scots. Decemb. 30. 1647. I approve, ratifie, and confirme these orders of the Councell of Warre, and require all officers and souldiers, of the Army under my command duly to observe the same; and all field officers (in their severall places) to see that they be made known to all under their respective command, as other the Articles and laws of Warre; and to cause them forthwith to be published in every parish church with in the quarters of each troope and company, that they may be the better made known to the country. Given under my hand the 30 of Decemb. 1647. J. Lambert.
Soldiers England London Early Works To 1800 : By the King. A proclamation, requiring all cashiered officers and souldiers of the late army, to depart, and not come within twenty miles of the cities of London and VVestminster, until the twentieth day of May next.; England and Wales.
Soldiers England Pay Allowances Etc : By the Queene, a proclamation concernnig [sic] the souldiers appointed to serue in Her Maiesties seruice beyond the seas, vnder the charge of Sir Iohn Norris and Sir Francis Drake; England and Wales.
Soldiers Fiction Early Works To 1800 : A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier : contayning his supplication to Mars: bevvtified with sundry worthy histories, rare inuentions, and politike deuises. wrytten by B. Rich: gen. 1574.; Rich, Barnabe,
Soldiers Great Britain History 17th Century : By the King, a proclamation prohibiting all persons within this county of Oxford from buying or receiving horse or armes of any kind from any souldiers of His Majesties army, with a command for bringing in of all such as have been sold, pawned, left, or lost by any souldier; England and Wales.