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Hardesty, John. The militia law, being all the Acts of Parliament thereof, methodically digested. Shewing under proper heads, and in the full words of the said acts the several powers of the King, Lord Lieutenant, and Deputies, one, two or three, therein: And the Qualifications and Duty of all Persons chargeable, and charged, or otherwise employed in the said Service. Also The Ordinance of the Lords and Commons made in the Year 1660, for raising of 70000 l. per Month, &c. Being out of Print, and containing the Rules and Directions to be observed in raising Trophy Money, and necessary Instructions to the Assessors and Collectors of the said Tax. The whole of great Use to the Honourable Lieutenancies, and to all Landlords, Tenants and others concerned in the Militia, to prevent Abuses in the same.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 26044, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/26044. Accessed 2024-06-22.

@book{ wphp_26044
  author={Hardesty,John},
  year={1718},
  title={The militia law, being all the Acts of Parliament thereof, methodically digested. Shewing under proper heads, and in the full words of the said acts the several powers of the King, Lord Lieutenant, and Deputies, one, two or three, therein: And the Qualifications and Duty of all Persons chargeable, and charged, or otherwise employed in the said Service. Also The Ordinance of the Lords and Commons made in the Year 1660, for raising of 70000 l. per Month, &c. Being out of Print, and containing the Rules and Directions to be observed in raising Trophy Money, and necessary Instructions to the Assessors and Collectors of the said Tax. The whole of great Use to the Honourable Lieutenancies, and to all Landlords, Tenants and others concerned in the Militia, to prevent Abuses in the same.},
  publisher={Jacob Tonson I [Strand] \& William Taylor},
  address={London},    }

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