The Militia System of South-Carolina: Being a Digest of the Acts of Congress Concerning the Militia, Likewise of the Militia Laws of this State, with an Appendix, Containing the Statutes at Large Relating to the Militia, from the 8th May, 1792, to the 17th December, 1834, Inclusive; with the Judicial Decisions Thereon. Also, the Patrol and Quarantine Laws, the Constitution of this State and of the United States ...
A. E. Miller, 1835 - Military law - 211 pages
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