2 edition of Militia rates and militia statutes, 1558-1663. found in the catalog.
Militia rates and militia statutes, 1558-1663.
Alfred Hassell Smith
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See A. Hassell Smith, "Militia Rates and Militia Statutes," in The English Commonwealth, Essays in Politics and Society Presented to Joel Hurstfield ed.
Peter Clark, et. (Leicester, ), pp- 5. The history of this national prejudice is recounted by Lois Schwoerer in "No Standing Armies!". On the English Militia, see Schwoerer, Lois, No Standing Armies: The Antiarmy Ideology in Seventeenth-Century England (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, ), 14–15; Smith, A.
Hassell, “Militia Rates and Militia Statutes, –,” in The English Commonwealth, –, ed. al, Peter Clark by: 8. 55 The Northamptonshire militia had been ordered to disarm all persons “notoriously knowne to be of ill principles Militia rates and militia statutes [who] have lately by words or actions shewn any disaffection to his Majestie or his Government, 1558-1663.
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Part of the Problems in Focus Series book series (PFS) Abstract. T HESE A. Hassell Smith, ‘Militia Rates and Militia Statutes, –’, in The English Commonwealth, – ed. Clark, A. Smith, and N Ashton R.
() From Cavalier to Roundhead Tyranny, –9. In: Morrill J. (eds) Reactions to the English Civil Cited by: 3. For an excellent analysis of the thorny problem of militia assessment, a problem any new militia act would have to resolve, see A. Hassell Smith, 'Militia rates and militia statutes, ', The English commonwealth:ed Peter Clark et al.
(Leicester, ), pp A. Hassell Smith, "Militia rates and militia statutes " in: The English Commonwealth Essays in Politics and Society Presented to Joel Hurstfield, ed.
Peter Clark, Alan G.R. Smith and Nicholas Tyacke (Leicester, ) pp PUBLICATIONS IN SERIES should be cited thus. Constructed as an accessible, wide-ranging guide to research practice, the book describes and represents the methods which have been developed within various disciplines for analysing pre-modern material culture.
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Hassell Smith, “Militia rates and militia statutes ” in: The English Commonwealth Essays in Politics and Society Presented to Joel Hurstfield, ed. Peter Clark, Alan G.R. Smith and Nicholas Tyacke (Leicester, ) pp The full reference should be given at the first citation. had a scheme ‘for the settling of a perfect militia’ and, as Hassell Smith says, ‘ironically, the ship-money levies of the ’s represent the first government-directed moves towards a system of parochial assessments for general militia rates.’ Furthermore, the Council supplanted the deputy lieutenants as ship-money collectors.
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