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Tracts, concerning the ancient and only true legal means of national defence, by a free militia. : I. The ancient Common-Law Right of associating with the Vicinage, in every County ; District, or Town, to support the civil Magistrate in maintaining the Peace. II. A general Militia, acting by a well-regulated Rotation, is the only safe Means of defending a free People. III. Remarks concerning the trained Bands of the City of London. IV. Hints of some general Principles, which may be useful to military Associations. Preview this item
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Tracts, concerning the ancient and only true legal means of national defence, by a free militia. : I. The ancient Common-Law Right of associating with the Vicinage, in every County ; District, or Town, to support the civil Magistrate in maintaining the Peace. II. A general Militia, acting by a well-regulated Rotation, is the only safe Means of defending a free People. III. Remarks concerning the trained Bands of the City of London. IV. Hints of some general Principles, which may be useful to military Associations.

Author: Granville Sharp
Publisher: London : [publisher not identified], Printed In The Year M. DCC. LXXXI. [1781]
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OCLC Number: 642350745
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