Context

Context of The gentleman's dictionary. : In three parts. Viz. I. The Art of Riding the Great Horse: Containing the Terms and Phrases us'd in the Manage, and the Diseases and Accidents of Horses. II. The Military Art; Explaining the Terms and Phrases us'd in Field or Garison; The Terms relating to Artillery; The Works and Motions of Attack and Defence; and the Post and Duty of all the Officers of the Army: Illustrated with Historical Instances, taken from the Actions of our Armies. III. The Art of Navigation; Explaining the Terms of Naval Affairs; as Building, Rigging, Working, and Fighting of Ships; the Post and Duty of Sea-Officers, &c. With Historical Examples taken from the Actions of our Fleet. Each Part done Alphabetically, from the Sixteenth Edition of the Original French, Published by the Sieur Guillet, and Dedicated to the Dauphin. With Large Additions, Alterations and Improvements, adapted to the Customs and Actions of the English; and above Forty Curious Cuts, that were not in the Original
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