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argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government

John Trenchard

argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government

by John Trenchard

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Published by The Rota in Exeter .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Facsimile reprint of an original printed in London in 1697.

Statementby John Trenchard with Walter Moyle.
ContributionsMoyle, Walter.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21399487M

21 John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon, An Argument, shewing that a Standing Army is inconsistent with a Free Government, and absolutely destructive to the Constitution of the English Monarchy, , The Online Library of Liberty and Chapter 3 in John Locke, Second Treatise of Government, , Project Gutenberg. An argument shewing, that a standing army, with consent of Parliament, is not inconsistent with a free government, &c., London: Printed for E. Whitlock, A brief reply to the History of standing armies in England With some account of the authors., London: [s.n.],

T.E., "A Letter from a Parliament-Man to His Friend" (London, ) in State Tracts (), p. 70, John Trenchard, "An Argument shewing that a Standing Army Is Inconsistent with A Free Government, and absolutely destructive to the Constitution of the English Monarchy" (London, ). The Trenchard quotation is taken from the title. Some remarks upon a late paper, entituled, An argument, shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government, and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchy [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At LaTrobe Uni Melb.

[Anon] Argument shewing, that a standing Army, with Consent of Parliament, is not inconsistent with a free Government, [Anon] The True Born Englishman: A Satyr, [ ed] [Anon] The Freeholders Plea against Stock-jobbing Elections of Parliament-men, [ ed]. Bibliography Includes index. Contents. Volume; 1: Constitutional Theory Some Reflections on a Pamphlet Lately Publish'd ()-- An Argument Shewing that a Standing Army is not Inconsistent with a Free Government ()-- A Brief Reply to the History of Standing Armies ()-- The Original Power of the Collective Body ()-- Some Remarks on.


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