The Art of Fencing; Or, The Use of the Small Sword
The ART of
or, the USE of the
ART of FENCING;
USE of the SMALL-SWORD.
Of chusing and mounting a Blade.
The middling Guard.
The straight Guard or flat Sword.
A Lunge in Quart.
A Thrust in Quart.
Of Pushing Quart.
Of recovering in Guard.
Of the Parade of Quart.
Parade of Quart.
Parade of Quart opposing with the Hand.
A Lunge in Tierce.
Of pushing Tierce without, or on the Outside of the Sword.
Parade of Tierce.
Parade of Tierce yeilding the Feeble.
The same parade & opposition of the Hand.
Of pushing Seconde.
The Parades of Seconde.
Of Quart under the Wrist.
Thrust under the Wrist.
The Opposition of the Hand to the lowering the body.
Of the demarches, or manner of advancing and retiring.
Of cutting over the Point of the Sword.
Of the Reprise, or redoubled Thrust.
The Reprises on the Outside.
Of passing Quarte within the Sword.
A Pass in Quart.
The Lowering the Body on the Pass.
The Turning the Body on a Pass in Tierce.
Pass in Seconde Volting the Body.
To Pass in Tierce.
To Pass in Seconde.
Of volting the Body.
Of Joining or seizing the Sword.
The Seizing and presenting the Sword.
Parrying and Disarming.
Of engaging in Quarte in a midling Guard.
Of engaging in Tierce in the Midling Guard.
When you are engaged within the Sword.
Of several Guards, and the Manner of attacking them.
To attack a strait Guard.
Attack in the high Guard.
Attack in the low Guard.
To attack the high Guard.
To attack the low Guard.
To attack the Guard where the Sword is held in both Hands.
Of Left-handed Men.
Of the Parade of the Hand.
Of the Opposition of the Hand.
Of the beat of the Foot, in closing the measure, or in the same place.
Of the Good Effects of a nice Discernment of the Eye.
Of the Necessity of some Qualities in a Master.
Rules for pushing and parrying at the Wall, and for making an Assault.
Against several erroneous Opinions.
Thrusts of Emulation for Prizes, Wagers &c.
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