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advance advantage adverſary againſt alſo Attack avoid batter bear begin blade body bring catch Cavè Circle cloſe cut inſide cut outſide dart deceive defend directed diſarm diſengage a Quarte Ditto double draw engage enter explained extended face fame feint fide firſt flip Foil force George Guard in Quarte Half Half-Circle Hanging Guard head hold inſide left foot left hand Low Quarte Lurch manner Meaſure Medium method motion move muſt obſerve Octave once opening oppoſe Oppoſition outſide over-the-arm parry Paſs Play poſition practice Prime Quarte-over Quarte-over-the Quarte-over-the-arm quick quickly Quinte raiſe recover repoſt Repriſal retire right foot right forward Round Parade Round Quarte Round Tierce S E C ſame ſecond SECT Segonde ſide ſingle ſome Stand Stand on Guard ſtill ſuch ſword the-arm theſe throw thruſt Quarte turn turn your wriſt uſe whip whirl wrench wriſt
Page iii - Precautions, and an Index explaining every Term of that Art throughout the Book. The Whole being carefully collected from long Experience and Speculation, is calculated as a VADE MECUM for G?n;lemen of the Army, Navy, Univerfuies, Academies, &c.
Page iii - Play, and that in a moore subtile and accurate manner than ever appeared in Print. And to these are, added Particular Lessons for the Gentlemen of the Horse, Dragoons, and Light Horse, or Hussars, with some necessary Precautions and an Index, explaining every term of that Art throughout the book. The...
Page iii - The Fencer's Guide, being a Series of every branch required to compose a Complete System of Defence, Whereby the Admirers of Fencing are gradually led from the First Rudiments of that Art, through the most complicated...
Page iii - Use of the Broad Sword, such an universal Knowledge of that Weapon, as may be very applicable to the Use of any other that a Man can lawfully carry in his hand. Part IV is a compound of the Three former, explaining and teaching the Cut and Thrust, or Spadroon Play, and that in a more subtile and accurate manner than ever appeared in Print.