4 edition of Certain additions to the booke of gunnery, with a supply of fire-workes found in the catalog.
Certain additions to the booke of gunnery, with a supply of fire-workes
by Printed by H.L. and are to be sold by R. Dawlman, in Fleet-street neere the great Conduit in London
Written in English
|Statement||all done by the former author Thomas Smith ... ; both pleasant and profitable|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 939:17, Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1824:28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
Religion, identity and empire
Life of Oliver Goldsmith.
Aurelia and other poems
Tennis for Teachers, Coaches and Programme Directors
Supplement to Clinkers register of closed passenger stations and goods depots in England, Scotland,and Wales, 1830-1977.
Advances in Silicon Chemistry:
Healing while walking
That ancient trail (The Old Mine Road)
Down in the valley
Websters elementary dictionary
The Power of Acknowledgment
The making of jazz
Federal Employee Representation Improvement Act of 1995
Victorians and Social Protest a Symposium
Get this from a library. Certain additions to the booke of gunnery, with a supply of fire-workes. [Thomas Smith]. Thomas Smith (fl. –), was an English soldier, of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Smith as he styles himself on the title-page of the first edition (4to, ) of ‘The Art of Gunnery: wherein is set forth a number of serviceable secrets and practicall conclusions belonging to the Art of Gunnerie, by Arithmeticke skill to be accomplished: both pretie, pleasant and profitable for all such as Certain additions to the booke of gunnery Authority control: LCCN: n, VIAF:.
In he published ‘Certain Additions to the Booke of Gunnery, with a Supply of Fire-Workes’ (4to), in which he still styles himself ‘Soldier of Berwick-upon-Tweed.’ He speaks also, inof having written ‘two or three years since,’ ‘“Arithmeticall Military Conclusions,” and bestowed on my Captain, Sir John Carie, knight.
The art of gunnery wherein is set forth a number of seruiceable secrets, and practicall conclusions, belonging to the art of gunnerie, by arithmeticke skill to be accomplished: both pretie, pleasant, and profitable for all such as are professors of the.
Author. Smith, Thomas, fl. Published. London: Printed for William Ponsonby, A discourse on the theory of gunnery Delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Royal Society, Novem By Sir John Pringle Baronet. Published by their order. by: Pringle, John, Sir, Published: ().
Author / [Publication date] Title; Smalbroke, Thomas. /  The judgment of the fathers concerning the doctrine of the Trinity opposed to Dr. Bull's Defence of the Nicene faith: Part I. Full text of "Catalogue of books in the British museum printed in England, Scotland " See other formats.
Full text of "A bibliography of English military books up to and of contemporary foreign works" See other formats. The complete works of Captain John Smith (– ) Bibliography: p. a letter or mark at the bottom of each gathering (folded sheet) in a book. In the absence of printed page numbers, reference is made instead to the signature, the order of the leaf in the gathering, and the side of the leaf.
The Maister Gunner haththe charge of the. The life, times, and scientific labours of the second Marquis of Worcester: to which is added a reprint of his century of inventions, / with a commentary thereon by Henry Dircks.
London. Artificiall fire-Workes: Or the manner of making of Rockets and Balls of fire, as well for the Water, as for the Aire; with the composition of Starres, Golden-rain, Serpen•s, Lances, Whee•s of fire and such like, pleasant and Recreative. Of the composition for Rockets.
For Rockets of one ounce. For Rockets of 2 or 3 ounces. For Rockets of 4. Thomas Smith, in his "Additions to the Book of Gunnery, both pleasant and profitable," published in quarto,black letter, mentions " certain short muskets of an inch, or very near an inch bore, out of which you may shoot either chained bullets, or half a score pistol bullets, or half a dozen harquebus bullets at one shot, or you may shoot.
Coast Artillerie Journal. Booke of Genesis. ron Hunsdon who was the dedicatee of The First: Booke of Songs or Ayres. instruments of a 'broken consort' in his First: Booke of Consort Lessons (London, ).
In he published ‘Certain Additions to the: Booke of Gunnery, with a Supply of Fire-Workes' (4to: slation and Protestant adaptation of The first.
Gunpowder e Glory From Fireworks to Zeebrugge The Short Explosive Life of Frank - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. A Guide to Sources in Early Modern European Military History in.
The book is also a survey and analysis of literary theory over the last twentyﬁve years in relation to the issue of early modern war and develops an argument about the study of literature and war in general.
WAR AND NATION IN THE THEATRE OF SHAKESPEARE AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES War and Nation Simon Barker M BARKER PRE M/ 26/9/07.