A light to the art of gunnery Wherein is laid down the true weight of powder both for proof and action, of all sorts of great ordnance. Also the true ball and allowance for wind. With the most necessary conclusions for the practice of gunnery, either in sea or land-service. Likewise the ingredients and making of most necessary fire-works: as also many compositions for the gunner's practice, both at sea and land. By Capt. Thomas Binning

Thomas Binning London : printed by J.D. for W. Fisher and R. Mount, at the Postern on Tower-Hill, 1689

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