Train of artillery

any number of cannon, mortars, etc., with the attendants and carriages which follow them into the field.

See also: Train

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Mahomet on his part was not idle; he solicited the assistance of the Mahometan princes, pressed them with all the motives of religion, and obtained a reinforcement of two thousand musketeers from the Arabs, and a train of artillery from the Turks.
I understand you, Seignior Inglese, I understand you; but Seignior Chinese understood you his own way."--"Well," says I, "do you think it would stand out an army of our country people, with a good train of artillery; or our engineers, with two companies of miners?
Early in the American Revolution, Colonel Henry Knox's "noble train of artillery,'' from Fort Ticonderoga to the Continental Army camp outside Boston, traveled on Route 20 in Northboro and Marlboro.