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The Resource The compleat captain, or, An abridgement of Julius Caesar's commentaries : with political remarks on his wars with the Gauls, Brittains, Spaniards, Affricans, Alexandrians, and the civil wars, by Henry Duke of Rohan ; with the military dicipline of the Greeks and Romans, shewing the means by which they obtain'd so many glorious victories, and explaining the manner of their encampments ; to which is added the maxims of war now in use, together with a comparison betwixt the ancient and modern way of making war, with observations on both, (electronic resource)

The compleat captain, or, An abridgement of Julius Caesar's commentaries : with political remarks on his wars with the Gauls, Brittains, Spaniards, Affricans, Alexandrians, and the civil wars, by Henry Duke of Rohan ; with the military dicipline of the Greeks and Romans, shewing the means by which they obtain'd so many glorious victories, and explaining the manner of their encampments ; to which is added the maxims of war now in use, together with a comparison betwixt the ancient and modern way of making war, with observations on both, (electronic resource)

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The compleat captain, or, An abridgement of Julius Caesar's commentaries : with political remarks on his wars with the Gauls, Brittains, Spaniards, Affricans, Alexandrians, and the civil wars
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The compleat captain, or, An abridgement of Julius Caesar's commentaries
Title remainder
with political remarks on his wars with the Gauls, Brittains, Spaniards, Affricans, Alexandrians, and the civil wars
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by Henry Duke of Rohan ; with the military dicipline of the Greeks and Romans, shewing the means by which they obtain'd so many glorious victories, and explaining the manner of their encampments ; to which is added the maxims of war now in use, together with a comparison betwixt the ancient and modern way of making war, with observations on both
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  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
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Citation location within source
C202
Citation source
Wing
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1579-1638
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Rohan, Henri
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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d. 1681
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  • Cruso, John
  • Caesar, Julius
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  • Caesar, Julius
  • Military art and science
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general
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The compleat captain, or, An abridgement of Julius Caesar's commentaries : with political remarks on his wars with the Gauls, Brittains, Spaniards, Affricans, Alexandrians, and the civil wars, by Henry Duke of Rohan ; with the military dicipline of the Greeks and Romans, shewing the means by which they obtain'd so many glorious victories, and explaining the manner of their encampments ; to which is added the maxims of war now in use, together with a comparison betwixt the ancient and modern way of making war, with observations on both, (electronic resource)
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  • Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library
  • Attributed to Henri Rohan. cf. NUC pre-1956
  • Translated by John Cruso
  • "A treatise of modern war" has special t.p
  • Loss of text on pages 121 and 124 in filmed copy. Pages 110-139 photographed from Bodleian Library copy and inserted at end
  • Table of contents: p. [9]-[13]
  • Advertisement at end
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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ocm12499266e
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unknown
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[14], 176, 143 p
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one file format
Form of item
electronic
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lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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ocm12499266e\
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The compleat captain, or, An abridgement of Julius Caesar's commentaries : with political remarks on his wars with the Gauls, Brittains, Spaniards, Affricans, Alexandrians, and the civil wars, by Henry Duke of Rohan ; with the military dicipline of the Greeks and Romans, shewing the means by which they obtain'd so many glorious victories, and explaining the manner of their encampments ; to which is added the maxims of war now in use, together with a comparison betwixt the ancient and modern way of making war, with observations on both, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library
  • Attributed to Henri Rohan. cf. NUC pre-1956
  • Translated by John Cruso
  • "A treatise of modern war" has special t.p
  • Loss of text on pages 121 and 124 in filmed copy. Pages 110-139 photographed from Bodleian Library copy and inserted at end
  • Table of contents: p. [9]-[13]
  • Advertisement at end
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
ocm12499266e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[14], 176, 143 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocm12499266e\

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