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" Schooletrickes and iugling gambolds: whereby it grew to a common fpeech among the countrie-men, Bring me to a Fencer, I will bring him out of his fence trickes with good downe right blowes, I will make him forget his fence trickes I will warrant him.... "
The Works of George Silver: Comprising "Paradoxes of Defence" [printed in ... - Page 2
by George Silver - 1898 - 134 pages
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The Encyclopedia of the Sword

Nick Evangelista - Sports & Recreation - 1995 - 690 pages
...Againe upon the head or face with a sharpe sworde, is most commonly death." He further notes, "Bring me a Fencer, I will bring him out of his fence trickes with good downe right blowes." Silver talks at length about fighting methods, but even at this he is never far from a disparaging...
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The Woman Fencer

Nick Evangelista, Anita Evangelista - Sports & Recreation - 2001 - 211 pages
...master George Silver remarked of rapier fencers in his book The Paradoxes of Defrnse (1599), “Bring me a Fencer, I will bring him out of his fence trickes with good downe right blowes.” For the time period, such an opinion may have had some validity. The cutting sword was a long established...
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