2 edition of The arte of shooting in great ordnaunce. found in the catalog.
The arte of shooting in great ordnaunce.
|Series||The English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile,, no. 117|
|LC Classifications||UF144 .B68 1587a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||77025950|
Bourne, William. A Regiment of the Sea. —— Inventions and Devices. —— The Arte of Shooting in Great Ordnaunce. —— The Safeguard of Sailors: or, a Sure Guide for Coasters. Describing the Sea-Coasts of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Flanders, Holland, Jutland and Norway. Case book collection for books with original prints and photographs (Library of Congress) Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available ca. 2, items ; various sizes. | Includes books and serials (bound volumes) that contain original visual materials such as engravings, woodcuts, lithographs, fine photogravures, and photographic prints.
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The arte of shooting in great ordnaunce Contayning very necessary matters for all sortes of seruitoures eyther by sea or by lande. Written by William Bourne.
Bourne, William, d. The arte of shooting in great ordnaunce: Contayning very necessary matters for all sortes of seruitoures eyther by sea or by lande. Written by William Bourne. The Art of Making Fireworks, Detonating Balls, etc. London, Dean and Munday. No date. “Practicus.” Pyrotechny, or the Art of Making Fireworks at Little Cost and with Complete Safety and Cleanliness.
London, Ward, Lock and Tyler. No date. Anonymous. The Art of Making Fireworks Improved to the Modern Practice. Derby, Thomas Richardson. The arte of shooting in great ordnaunce Contayning very necessary matters for all sortes of seruitoures eyther by sea or by lande.
Written by William Bourne. (): ISBN (). THE FIELD 27TH YEAR OF PUBLICATION ARTILLERY JOURNAL. MAY-JUNE, "The Arte of Shooting in Great Ordnaunce and, in a period of great change, one which is of considerable weight.
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Written by William Bourne. (Imprinted at London: [By Thomas Dawson] for Thomas Woodcocke, ), by William Bourne (HTML at EEBO TCP) Trattato dell' artiglieria.
Comment: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner cturer: A.S. Barnes And Co., Inc. A revised bibliography of William Bourne.
E.G.R. Taylor published a bibliography of the Elizabethan mathematical practitioner William Bourne in her Hakluyt Society edition of A Regiment for the Sea and other Writings on Navigation by William Bourne of Gravesend, a Gunner (c. ) (Cambridge, ). Taylor’s bibliography was drawn up by D.
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Ms/5. An image from William Bourne’s The arte of shooting in great ordnaunce, first published inshows how the long arm of the quadrant is placed in the barrel of the gun. The plumb bob then shows the inclination on the degree scale.5/5.
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The Gunner’s Rule The gunner’s rule that we use for living history i s a copy of the one that appears in Eldred’s The Gunners Glass, and he is depicted with both his gunner’s rule and his linstock in the image of him at the beginning of the book.
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Light volume - shipping charge will be reduced at processing stage. William Bourne, in charge of the gun platforms at Gravesend, in The Arte of Shooting Great Ordnau published inpointed out that the primary weakness in a gunner's education was faulty instruction in the use of the quadrant and the gunners’ rule (which he called an ‘inche rule’), and that by better instruction in mathematical Cited by: 1.
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The Arte of Shooting in great Ordnaunce says on its first page that it is written by William Bourne, “Imprinted in London for Thomas Woodcocke.” The author of this. In the first chapter this takes the form of a discussion of key works, ranging from The Arte of Shooting in Great Ordnaunce by the Elizabethan gunner, William Bourne, to the History of the Making of Salt-Peter by the philosopher, Thomas Henshaw, in the 17th century.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, vol Springer, Cham. First Online 16 Author: Steven A. Walton. The art of good shooting.
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How to Practise. The arte of shooting in great ordnaunce Contayning very necessary matters for all sortes of seruitoures eyther by sea or by lande. Written by William Bourne. Bouvet, Joachim, / .And our countryman, William Bourne, in his “Art of Shooting in great Ordnaunce,” published forty years after Tartaglia, tells us, in chap.
I, that serpentine powder, (which he opposes to corn, or grained-powder) should be as fine as sand, and as soft as flour: and in his third chapter he says that two pounds of corn-powder will go as far as.