Tracts, Concerning the Ancient and Only True Legal Means of National Defence, by A Free Militia

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

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Publisher: London : [s.n.], Printed In The Year M.DCC.LXXXI. [1781]
Characteristics: 95,[1]p. ; 80

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