Creator/Contributor:Trenchard, John, 1662-1723
Creator/Contributor:Somers, John Somers, Baron, 1651-1716
Creator/Contributor:Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731
Creator/Contributor:Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703
Creator/Contributor:Great Britain, Parliament., House of Commons.
[no.1] The case of a standing army fairly and impartially stated. 1698. -- [no.2] [Trenchard, John] A letter from the author
of the Argument against a standing army, to the author of The ballancing letter. 1697. -- [no.3] [Somers, John Somers, baron]
A letter, ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace. 1697. -- [no.4] [Defoe, Daniel] Some reflections
on a pamphlet lately publish'd, entituled, An argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government.
1697. -- [no.5] [Trenchard, John] A short history of standing armies in England. 1698. -- [no.6] [Johnson, Samuel] A confutation
of a late pamphlet intituled, A letter ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in time of peace, with the dangers
that may follow on it. 1698. -- [no.7] A letter to A, B, C, D, E, F, &c. concerning their argument about a standing-army.
1698. -- [no.8] Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. The several debates of the House of Commons, in the reign of
the late King James II. pro & contra; relating to the establishment of the militia, disbanding the new raised forces, and
raising a present supply for His Majesty. 1697. -- [no.9] [Defoe, Daniel] A brief reply to The History of standing armies
in England. 1698. -- [no.10] [Defoe, Daniel] An argument shewing, that a standing army, with consent of Parliament, is not
inconsistent with a free government, &. 1698. -- [no.11] [Trenchard, John] An argument, shewing, that a standing army is inconsistent
with a free government, and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchy. 1697.
Subject:England -- London
11 pam. in 1 v. 20 cm.
Origin:England unknown place London