The army's regulator

Publication Date1738
Remainderor the British monitor. Discovering I. The frequent infringements upon his Majesty's articles of war, and Military Acts of Parliament; or the various Enormities in modern Practice. II. A vindication of the sword. III. How the Government may save 40704 l. a year, by Fagots; and considerably upwards of 100000 l. a Year, by a just Regularity in furnishing his Majesty's Forces with sufficient Horse, Arms, Accoutrements, Cloathing, &c. By J. Railton
Publisherprinted for, and sold by W. Smith, at Lord Chancellor Talbot's Head, Serle's Gate, Lincoln's-Inn ; E. Davis, in Fullwood's Rent, Gray's-Inn, Holborn ; and by the author, at the Star and Garter, in the Haymarket, St. James's


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