a#39;l^he rest of his Troops, being 48 Squadrons and 10 Battalions, he threw upon the Height of the Plain, near half a Mile from ... We made several Attempts to force in upon them, but could not ; in which we lost many brave Officers and Soldiers, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A system of camp-discipline, military honours, garrison-duty, and other regulations for the land forces, collected by a gentleman of the army. In which are included, Kane's Discipline for a battalion in action. To which is added, General Kane's Campaigns of king William and the duke of Marlborough|
|Author||:||Army, Richard Kane|