He was always a good shot with a falconet or a mortar-piece.
To each of the brigantines was allotted a falconet, and three hundred of the troops were detailed to man the fleet.
How vivo affected aiming is easily seen: with its bore level, a 4-pounder falconet ranged 250 paces.
Mr Fuseli criticises the passage, and assumes that the painter had better reason than that given by Mr falconet.
They were provided with sails and twelve oars each, and a falconet, or small brass cannon.
In some of the greatest artists, the inventive powers have been of late developement; as in Claude, and the sculptor falconet.
falconet, the sculptor, wrote a volume to prove that Pliny was in error concerning atmospheric stones.