3 edition of An Act to Organize the Militia of the State of New York found in the catalog.
An Act to Organize the Militia of the State of New York
New York (State)
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2774|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
The Militia of the State. Sections (§§) 1 - Article 2. The Organized Militia New York State Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act. Sections (§§) - Read An Act Relating to the Militia of the State of New-York, Passed Ap absolutely for free at
AN ACT further to amend an act entitled An act for regulating the militia of the State of New York, and other purposes therein mentioned. Passed the 9th of October, Whereas experience and the present exigences have shewn the said law to be defective in many instances which require a remedy. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Excerpt from R.
On May 8, , Congress passed the Militia Act authorizing the States to enroll and organize for military service all able-bodied free white citizens between the ages of 18 and The War of exposed serious deficiencies in the performance of the militia forces, and in , Richard H. Wilde of Georgia proposed that a standing. To which is added, an Appendix, Containing the United States Militia Act; Together with the Law Organizing the Militia of the State of New-York, as Now Amended. An Improved Edition, illustrated by Nine new and accurate Coper-Plte Engravings.: 12mo. 17 by cm. pp., with 8 plates, most of which are folding.
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An Act to Organize the Militia of the State of New-Yor[k] [microform]: Passed Ap published by order of the Legislature. Format Book; Microform Published Albany [N.Y.]: Printed by I.W. Clark, Language English Series Early American Imprints Second Series Description 46 p.
Notes Includes index. Reproduction Notes Microopaque. New York, N.Y., 3 Broadsides and fragment of broadside 3 Pass Book - Trust & Deposit Company of Onondaga in account with J.W. Abell, Sr., News Clippings 3 Funeral of Mrs.
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State of New York, An Act to Organize the Militia, Passed Ap, with Rules and Regulations, Forms and Precedents, Prescribed by the Commander-in-Chief, for Use and Government of the Militia of the State of New York (Albany, NY, Leake and Croswell, ) Donald : History Bot.
An act to regulate the Militia of the state of New-York. Passed the 4th of April, An act to organize the Militia, of the state of New-York.: Passed the 7th of April, Together with an act to amend the same: passed April 5, Laws of New York 2.
The unorganized militia shall consist of all able-bodied male residents of the state between the ages of seventeen and forty-five who are not serving in any force of the organized militia or who are not on the state reserve list or the state retired list and who are or who have declared their intention to become citizens of.
The Militia Act of (32 Stat. ), also known as "The Efficiency in Militia Act of ", also known as the Dick Act, was legislation enacted by the United States Congress which created an early National Guard and codified the circumstances under which the Guard could be federalized.
Members of the New York Guard are entitled to many of the benefits accorded members of other components of the 'Organized Militia of the State of New York,' the legal collective term describing the New York Army and Air National Guards, New York Naval Militia and New York ance: New York.
Further, NY Mil Law 6a seems to also go against the Federal Militia Act of (aka: Dick Act). The Dick Act specifically notes the the Reserve (aka: unorganized) militia consists of every able bodied man, ages 17 to 45, who is not already a member of a military branch or organized militia, automatically falls into this category.
An Act to Organize the Militia of the State of New York: passed the 7th of April, together with an act to amend the same, passed April 5th, New York State Militia, New York, New York.
likes 4 talking about this. God Bless America!Followers: Regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States: to which is added an appendix containing the United States Militia Act, together with the law organizing the militia of the state of New-York, as now amended by United : An act, to organize the militia of this state: Passed the 9th of March, An act for regulating the Militia of the state of New-York, passed at Albany, in the third session of the legislature thereof, and in the fourth year of the independence of the United States of America.
Published: () An act to amend an act, entitled, An act to regulate the Militia. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States: To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing the United States Militia Act; of New-York, as Now Amended (Classic Reprint) Hardcover – April 5, by.
Be the first to review this item.5/5(1). The Militia Acts of were a pair of statutes enacted by the second United States Congress in The acts provided for the organization of the state militias and provided for the President of the United States to take command of the state militias in times of imminent invasion or insurrection.
Get this from a library. An Act to Organize the Militia of the State of New-Yor[k]: passed Ap [New York (State); New York (State). Legislature.]. Originally Posted by Norm DeGuerre experience of us older folk Just because its always been that way doesn't mean the future won't be different.
Need. Today, as defined by the Militia Act ofthe term "militia" is used to describe two classes within the United States: Organized militia – consisting of State militia. The United States Militia Act, Together With the Law Organizing the Militia of the State of New-York, as Now Amended by Baron de Stuben Inspector-General of the Army of the United States.Internet Archive BookReader Regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States: to which is added an appendix containing the United States Militia Act, together with the law organizing the militia of the state of New-York, as now amended.APA Citation ().
The Militia act: That is to say, an act to organize the Militia of the state of New-York.: Enacted into a law, by the people of the state of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, the ninth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three--and in the seventeenth year of the independence of the United States of America:: also, two.