The military laws of the United States
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The military laws of the United States relating to the army, Marine corps, volunteers, militia, and to bounty lands and pensions, from the foundation of the government to the year 1858. by John F. Callan

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Published by J. Murphy & Co. in Baltimore .
Written in English


  • Military law -- United States

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SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 14255.
The Physical Object
Pagination484 p.
Number of Pages484
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Open LibraryOL13599178M

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