A treatise on archery: or, the art of shooting with the long bow, containing every requisite to obtain a complete knowledge of that noble weapon considered as an instrument of amusement, likewise a dissertation on the steel cross bow, with directions for using it, to which is added a summary sketch of the laws of archers, with many observations and instructions
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