Great Britain Milita Early Works To 1800 : The Crosses case in Cheapside; : vvhether its militia, the setting of it in a posture of defence, be according to law. The contrary is maintained by one, who hath little of that, we commonly call law; against those, who have as little of that, we truly call reason. Notwithstanding, the dispute is carried all along in a coole and orderly way, by the law of heaven, the line and rule of the Word, and as in Gods presence, who is judge Himselfe; so as the man in understanding may finde strong meate here; the childe milke.; One who hath little of that we commonly call law.
Great Britain Military Appropriations And Expenditures Early Works To 1 : An account of the amount of the sums granted by Parliament for service of His Majesty's Ordnance [electronic resource] : in the years 1786, 1787, 1788, 1789, and 1790, respectively : and also, an account of the expences incurred for services not provided for by Parliament, in each of the said years.; Great Britain.
Great Britain Military Relations Netherlands : Extract uyt het register der resolutien van de hoog. mog. heeren Staten Generaal der Vereenigde Nederlande, veneris den 15 july 1701 [electronic resource].; United Provinces of the Netherlands.
Great Britain Militia 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Instructions unto [blank] : appointed by commission from his Highness the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, by and with the advice of his Council, to be Commissioners for ordering and mannaging [sic] the militia of the [blank].; England and Wales.
Great Britain Militia 1642 1649 : Huntington 15⁰ Martii, 1641. His Majesties message to both Houses of Parliament upon his removall to the citie of York..; England and Wales.
Great Britain Militia Public Opinion : Further objections to the establishment of a constitutional militia [electronic resource] : being a reply to the Monitor, the Review, city and country news-papers, and many other formidable opponents ; in vindication of a pamphlet, intitled, A word in time to both houses of Parliament.
Great Britain Militia Recruiting Enlistment Etc Law And Legislation : Rules and directions for all such persons as are obliged to find or contribute, either towards horse or foot, in the militia [electronic resource] : with the manner and proportions of assessing and charging the same ; as also of furnishing arms, according to the mandate which is expected, from the present circumstances of affairs, will speedily be issued out ; the whole carefully abstracted from all the several acts of Parliament in force relating thereto.