Astley, John, -1595. : The art of riding : set foorth in a breefe treatise, with a due interpretation of certeine places alledged out of Xenophon, and Gryson, verie expert and excellent horssemen: wherein also the true vse of the hand by the said Grysons rules and precepts is speciallie touched: and how the author of this present worke hath put the same in practise, also what profit men maie reape thereby: without the knowledge whereof, all the residue of the order of riding is but vaine. Lastlie, is added a short discourse of the chaine or cauezzan, the trench, and the martingale: written by a gentleman of great skill and long experience in the said art.
Astley, John Philip Conway, 1767-1821. : Young Astley : Royal Grove, Westminster-Bridge. This evening, Young Astley will display His astonishing equestrian exercises, In three parts, on several Horses, among which are his still vaulting. An Exercise never attempted by any Performer whatever; the great Agility, strength, and Dexterity, exhibited in this Exercise, has been the Admiration of the principal Nobility of this and Other-Countries. Exercises on Two Horses, Among which are various curious Attitudes, dancing, ballancing, and flying over the Garter and Stick, at the same Instant jumping at least twelve Feet perpendicular from the Ground, and sixteen Feet horizontally. Extraordinary Exertions on a single Horse, Consisting of a new Hornpipe; a comic Attitude; a Peasant Dance, &c. &c. - The Equestrian Exercises of Young Astley, are peculiar to himself, and his Abilities so well known, that they need no Encomiums; the Minuet danced by two Horses, the Entry of Horses, and the Evolutions by the whole Troop; which will conclude with the Representation of light Troops dispersed, as in real Action, will.
Astley, John, 1687-1772. : John Bradshaw, Richard Roe, Thomas Broxsum, and Joyce his wife, John Street, and Elizabeth his wife, Grace Shelmerdine, widow, and Bracey Dorcas, appellants. Sir John Astley, bart. respondent. The respondent's case.
Astley, Jon : WHO'S SERIOUS - Symphonic Music Of The Who (London Philharmonic, Scholes) [electronic resource]
Astley, Lesley Ruth. : Teachers in the middle : reflections from teachers on middle secondary school curriculum / Lesley Ruth Astley.
Astley, M C. : Domestic proceedings : under the jurisdiction of the magistrates' courts / by J.H.Luxford and M.C.Astley.