ing armies formed opposite ▓one another at about 400 yards range, an●d after due considerati
on one side attacked,● and without any real tactical plan● the battle became a series of independent comb▓ats, in which, practically, t
he last unb●roken body remained master of the fi●eld, and called it victory.S●till this was a great advance on t●he tactics of earlier days.The● idea of “tactics” was there, ▓but, like the Caroline “strategy,▓” it was of a very feeble description.
y, little of the ●combined effort which “tactics” implies.● Artillery. Early B.L.Cannon Culverin● B.L.Ship Gun, 1545 (Recovered 1836). ▓ M.L.Burgundian (without trunn▓ions) 1477. M.L.Spanish (with trunnions & ▓dolphins) 180
0. R.B.L.Field Gu▓n 1896 But with the Stuarts had arisen a ●new power.To loyalty to the head o●f the State was to be added re▓verence for an asserted divine r▓ight to govern, of which little had been said be●fore.With Ja
mes I.arose the theory of▓ the divine right of kings.H▓ow it c
ame to be that his peopl●e,