VVITH THE VVORTHY
SCOTS REGIMENT (CALLED
Mac-Keyes regiment) levied in August 1626.
by Sr. Donald Mac-Key Lord Rhees, Colonell for
his Majesties service of Denmark, and reduced
after the battle of Norling, to one Com-
pany in September 1634 at
Wormes in the Paltz.
Discharged in severall duties and observations of service
first under the magnanimous King of Denmark, during his warres
against the Emperour; afterward, under the Invincible King of
Sweden, during his Majesties life time; and since, under the
Directour Generall, the Rex-chancellor Oxensterne and his Generalls.
Collected and gathered together at spare-houres, by Colonell
ROBERT MONRO, at first Lievtenant under the
said regiment, to the Noble and worthy Captaine,
THOMAS MAC-KENYEE, of Kildon, Bro-
ther to the noble Lord, the Lord Earl of
Seafort; for the use of all worthie Cavaliers favouring the laudable
profession of Armes.
To which is annexed the Abridgement of Exercise, and di-
vers practical observations, for the younger officer
his Consideration; ending with the Souldiers
Meditations going on service.
Printed by William Jones in Red-Crosse streete.
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