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Senate. Comm. on the Militia. Act in addition to acts for regulating the Militia, 1835
SEE ALSO 52679, 52693 On March 3, 1835, the Committee on the Militia reported a new draft: An Act in addition to the several acts for the
regulating, governing, and training of the militia of this Commonwealth, 1835. Much of the 1834 Act was repealed. The volunteer companies would remain in
place. There was a list of persons who could NOT enlist. If any one made fun of the militia, they could be fined. If an officer appeared unfit for
duty, he could be suspended. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library)
Title:   The Committee on the Militia, to whom was re-committed "An act in addition to the several acts for regulating, governing and training the militia of this commonwealth," report the same as taken into a new draught.
OCLC Number:   1402309149
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