An Act for the Better Regulation of the Militia of the City of Baltimore passed by the Legislature of Maryland, December session, 1817 : together with an appendix, containing all the sections of the act of 1811 still in force

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Published by J. Robinson in Baltimore [Md.] .

Written in English

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  • Military law -- Maryland,
  • Maryland -- Militia

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 44702
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FormatMicroform
Pagination25, [3] p
Number of Pages25
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An Act for the Better Regulation of the Militia of the City of Baltimore: passed by the Legislature of Maryland, December session, together with an appendix, containing all the sections of the act of still in force.

BALTIMORE CITY. AN additional SUPPLEMENT to the ACT, entitled, an Act for the better regulation of the Militia in the City of Baltimore.—ch. See note to the preceding act. Brigade of volunteers. SEC. Be it enacted, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That a light brigade of uniformed volunteers, shall be and is.

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APA Citation (). An Act for the Better Regulation of the Militia of the City of Baltimore: Passed by the Legislature of Maryland, December session, together with an appendix, containing all the sections of the act of still in force. in the said original act or supplement thereto, inconsistent with the provisions of this act, be and the same is hereby repealed so far as respects the said brigade.

AN additional SUPPLEMENT to the ACT, entitled, an Act for the better regulation of the Militia of the City of Baltimore.—, ch.

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