MONRO HIS EXPEDITION WITH THE WORTHY SCOTS REGIMENT CALLED MAC-KEYES

Bibliographic and Editorial Note

Frontispiece

Title Page

Dedication

TO THE READER.

THE FIRST PART, OF MONRO HIS EXPEDITION UNDER HIS Majesty of DENMARK, discharged in several Duties and Observations.

The first Duty discharged in Holstein at Krampe.

The second duty discharged, of the rising of the regiment from quarters going on their first March.

The third duty discharged of our March from the Weser towards Boizenburg on the Elbe.

The fourth duty discharged of our march from Boizenburg to Ruppin in the Mark, and of the storming of Boizenburg Skonce.

The fifth Duty discharged of our Retreat from Ruppin to Wismar on the Baltic Coast.

The sixth duty discharged of our expedition by Water from Wismar to Heiligenhafen, and of our service at Oldenburg.

The seventh Duty discharged of our Retreat from Oldenburg unto Assens in Denmark by Sea.

The eighth Duty discharged of our Quartering and Mustering in Funen, and of the Colonels' going for a Recruit unto Scotland.

The ninth Duty discharged of Major Dumbarre his Service at Breddenburg.

The tenth Duty discharged of our March unto Lolland, leaving three companies in Fune.

The eleventh Duty discharged of our expedition by water unto the Isle of Fehmarn, and of the in-taking of it.

The twelfth Duty discharged of our expedition by water to Ekernförde in Holstein, and of the in-taking of it.

The thirteenth Duty discharged upon our expedition by water to Kiel, and of our service there.

The fourteenth Duty discharged at Grossenbrode in Holstein.

The fifteenth Duty discharged of our March from Lolland to Elsinore, and from thence to Stralsund by water.

The sixteenth Duty discharged of our Watches and Accidents, that occurred in this town, before the Enemy did storm our Works.

The seventeenth Duty discharged of the storming of our Post, and of our loss and the enemies'.

The eighteenth Duty discharged of the second night's storm at Stralsund and of the success thereof.

The nineteenth Duty discharged of the out-fall made by Spynie's regiment, and of their Retreat made good by Captain Mac-Kenyee.

The twentieth Duty discharged of the regiment's March to Wolgast, and of their Retreat unto Denmark.

The twenty-one Duty discharged at Copenhagen, where the regiment was completed again with the Recruit.

The twenty-second Duty discharged being the last under his Majesty's service of Denmark, of our expedition by water unto Holstein.

The Colonel's Observation of the Kingdom of Denmark.

THE LIST OF THE SCOTTISH OFFICERS IN CHIEF (CALLED the officers of the Field) that served his Majesty of Sweden, Anno, 1632.

Table of Time spent and Distances Travelled.

THE SECOND PART, OF MONRO HIS EXPEDITION UNDER HIS Majesty of SWEDEN, discharged in several Duties and Observations.

The first Duty discharged in the Swedens service of our Expedition by Water from Pillau in Prussia unto the Coast of Pomerania at Ruegenwalde.

The second Duty discharged of our march from Ruegenwalde to Kolberg, and from thence to Schivelbein, and of our service there.

The third Duty discharged of our March to Priemhausen near Stargard, and from thence to Stettin.

The fourth Duty discharged of our March to Neubrandenburg, and of the In-taking of it.

The fifth Duty discharged of the In-taking of Demmin by accord.

The sixth Duty discharged of the In-taking of Brandenburg, and of Major John Sinclaire his escape out of Treptow.

The seventh Duty discharged of our march to Schwedt, and of our reformation there, being made into brigades.

The eighth Duty discharged of our March to Frankfurt on the Oder, and the in-taking of it, the third of April 1631.

The ninth Duty discharged of the in-taking of Landsberg on the Warthe by accord.

The tenth Duty discharged of our March to Berlin, and from thence to Spandau, and back to Bernau.

The eleventh Duty discharged of our March to old Brandenburg.

The twelfth Duty discharged of our March from Brandenburg over the Elbe at Tangermünde and from thence to Werben.

The thirteenth Duty discharged at our royal leaguer of Werben on the Elbe against General Tilly his army.

The fourteenth Duty discharged of our March from Werben to our leaguer at Wittenberg.

The fifteenth Duty discharged of our March over the Elbe at Wittenberg to Bad Dueben.

The sixteenth Duty discharged on our Fight at Leipzig.

The seventeenth Duty discharged of our March from the place of Battle towards Leipzig

The eighteenth Duty discharged of the in-taking of Halle and of the castle, and of our March from Leipzig to Halle.

The ninteenth Duty discharged of our March from Halle towards Erfurt in Thuringia.

The twentieth Duty discharged of our March towards Würzburg in Franconia.

The twenty one Duty discharged at Ochsenfurt on the the Main in Franconia.

The twenty third Duty discharged of the in-taking of the skonce at Oppenheim, and his Majesty's crossing the Rhine.

The twenty-fourth Duty discharged of our March to Mainz, and of the in-taking of it.

The twenty-fifth Duty discharged of my March with a party to the Moselle.

The twenty sixth Duty discharged of the accidents occurred in our wars during our lying in Mainz.

The twenty seventh Duty discharged of our March from Mainz unto Franconia and to Shawbach.

The twenty-eight Duty discharged of our March to Donauwörth, for the In-taking of it.

The twenty ninth Duty discharged of his Majesty's forcing the passage over the Lech, and of the in-taking of Augsburg.

The thirtieth Duty discharged of our expedition toward Ingolstadt.

The thirty one Duty discharged of our Expedition unto Munich, and of our abode there.

The thirty-two Duty discharged of our March to Donauwörth, and from thence to Fürth on the Pegnitz.

The thirty-three Duty discharged of our Expedition from Fürth unto the upper Palatinate.

The thirty-fourth Duty discharged at Nuremberg, and of the occurrences there.

The thirty-fifth Duty discharged of the Accidents that occurred at Nuremberg before the succours was come.

The thirty-sixth Duty discharged of the joining of our army with the Succours, and of our service at Nuremberg.

The thirty-seventh Duty discharged of our up-breaking, from Nuremberg towards Neustadt.

The thirty-eighth Duty discharged of our March from Neustadt towards Windsheim.

The thirty-ninth Duty discharged of our March to Dinkelsbühl, and from thence unto Bavaria.

The fortieth Duty discharged of the Battle of Lützen.

The forty-one Duty discharged at the in-taking of Landsberg on the Lech, and the relief of Rain.

The forty-two Duty of our March through Schwabenland under the Alps to our leaguer at Donauwörth, being the end of my Expedition with the regiment.

Table of Time spent and Distances Travelled

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS AND EXERCISES

An Abridgement of Exercise for the Younger Soldier His Better Instruction

Certain Observations Worthy the Younger Officer his Consideration

A short observation of Intelligence, necessary for a commander.

Of Recognoscing.

A short Observation to be observed in garrison.

For making of accord, an Observation.

Of the taking of Prisoners an observation.

For quartering an Army in field upon March, Dorp, Town, or Leaguer, An Observation.

Of Artillery an Observation

The Christian Soldier Going on Service his Meditations.

APPENDICES

Current Placenames

Glossary and Translations