A Letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of York on Recent Events: With a Statement of the Conduct of Generals Trigge and Fox, During Their Commands at Gibraltar, and an Inquiry Into Major Charles James's Claims to Promotion
Wm. Horseman, 1809 - 54 páginas
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Página 20 - by their own authority, and for their private advantage, shall they lay any duty or imposition upon, or be INTERESTED in, the sale of any victuals, liquors, or other necessaries of life, or merchandizes brought into the garrison,
Página 20 - for so enlightened and excellent a system ; the more so, because it was a branch of the public service, which, had been most neglected.
Página 20 - or barracks under their command, for the use of the soldiers, on pain (upon