|Statement||written by Sir Roger Williams, knight ; vvith his opinion concerning some parts of the martiall discipline.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Orwin, Thomas, d. 1593, printer., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||U101 .W72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 62,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||14007134|
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Briefe Discourse of the New-Found-Land book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published b Pages: The Briefe Discourse belongs to the very small group of good military textbooks composed in the sixteenth century. Instructive, relatively comprehensive and severely practical. Sir Roger's book says little about military theory, unit-organization or drill — the stock-in-trade of most other contemporary books Author: Geoffrey Parker. Rear cover text. This book describes the development, construction and operation of the 'People's Hive' of Abbé Émile Warré (d. ). Responding to the obvious decline in beekeeping in France since his youth, Warré experimented with some three hundred and fifty hives of various designs with the aim of producing a hive that was simple, economical, bee-friendly and assured a surplus for the. A briefe discourse of vvarre. VVritten by Sir Roger VVilliams Knight; vvith his opinion concerning some parts of the martiall discipline. Newly perused.
This unsettling little book, A briefe discourse of a disease called the Suffocation of the Mother (), is the first English work on hysteria. It was written by the physician and chemist Edward Jorden (d. ), after his testimony at the trial of Elizabeth Jackson, who was accused of bewitching Mary Glover in Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe (–) was an internationally known Bible teacher, author, and conference served as the pastor of Moody Church in Chicago from to In his lifetime, Dr. Wiersbe wrote over books - including the popular BE /5(5). A Breefe Discourse, Concerning the Force and Effect of All Manuall Weapons of Fire and the Disability of the Long Bowe or Archery, in Respect of Others of Greater Force Now in Author: Humfrey Barwick. This is the first book to bring together both theoretical works by this important Jacobean musician and to provide critical studies and transcriptions of these treatises. A Briefe Discourse furthermore introduces an anthology of music by Ravenscroft, John Bennet, and Ravenscroft's mentor, Edward Pearce, illustrating some of the precepts in the Author: Ross W. Duffin.