PRINCIPLES Of SQUAD INSTRUCTION for the BROADSWORD by A. J. Corbesier

By A. J. Corbesier

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AFTER THE PARRY OF LEFT FLANK. 1. --Make the point describe a circle similar to that of "left moulinet," using the wrist alone, then stretch the arm and execute the cut per Rule 64. The cut at the left cheek can be made in the same manner; also the "thrust," if the attack is made with the hand too high, by pointing the sword toward the right nipple; and the cut at "right cheek" can be made, if the attack is made with the hand too low, by drawing back the wrist and then passing over the opponent's sword.

Left flank--Cut. --At the head--Cut. --Feint at the left flank--at the head--Cut. SIXTH LESSON. --Feint at the head--Cut, left flank. --At the head--Cut. --Left flank--Cut. --This last exercise is one of the most essential, but it is necessary before commencing it to understand each separate part well, and execute it in such a manner as to give it its full effect; if these blows are made quickly, in succession, without letting them be learned well in detail, the instruction will result in failure.

101st. " 102d. The instructor wishing to close the ranks, will command : No. 1--ABOUT FACE. 103d. Executed as in 76. 1. CLOSE ORDER. 2. MARCH. 104th. Execute per Upton's Tactics. 1. BY THE RIGHT (OR LEFT) FLANK--CLOSE INTERVALS . 2. MARCH. 105th. Same as in 40. 1. RIGHT FACE. 2. BREAK RANKS 3. MARCH. 30 SABER EXERCISE PRINCIPAL RETURNS AFTER EACH PARRY, AND THE MANNER OF EXECUTING THEM. __________ AFTER THE PARRY OF HEAD. 1. --Describe a circle with the point above the head, the point first going to the rear, without disturbing the position of the hand, then turn the nails up, the edge to the left, and execute the blow per Rule 58.

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