Legal and Historical Aspects of the Militia

S. T. Ansell
The Yale Law Journal
Vol. 26, No. 6 (Apr., 1917), pp. 471-480
DOI: 10.2307/786428
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/786428
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  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Turner, History of the Anglo-Saxons, Vol. IV, chap. 54
    • Samuel, History of the British Army, p. 4
  • 2
    Blackstone, Commentaries (ed. Cooley) Book I, chap. 13, pp. 410, 4I3.
  • 3
    Ibid., p. 413
  • 4
    (II54) 27 Henry II.
  • 5
    Clode, Military Forces of the Crown, Vol. I, p. 3I
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • (I285) I3 Edw. I, chap. 6
    • 1 St. Realm, p. 97
  • 7
    1 St. Realm, p. 246
  • 8
    (I403) 2 St. Realm, p. i44
  • 9
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • (i66i) I3 Chas. II, chap. 6
    • (I662) 14 Chas. II, chap. 3
    • (I663) I5 Chas. II, chap. 4
    • (I757) 30 Geo. II, chap. 25
    • (I76i) 2 Geo. III, chap. 20
    • (i8o2) 42 Geo. III, chap. go
    • (i8_2) 15 and i6 Vict., chap. 75.
  • 10
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • British War Office, Manual of Military Law (I9I4) p. i9i
    • Clode, Military Forces of the Crown, Vol. II, p. 34
    • Rex v. Rotherfield Greys (I8&3) I B & C, 349, 350
    • Rex v. Hardwick (I82I) 5 B & Ald. I76.
  • 11
    (1694) General Laws and Liberties of Massachusetts
  • 12
    Elliot, Debates, Vol. II, pp. 3I2-368, et passim
  • 15
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Story, Commentaries on the Constitution, Vol. II, sec. I207
    • Opinion of the Justices (i866) I4 Gray (Mass.) 614
    • Ex parte Coupland (i862) 26 Tex. 387, 396
    • Kneedler v. Lane (i863) 45 Pa. St. 238
    • Cooley, Constitutional Principles, p. 100
    • Kent, Commentaries, p. 265
  • 17
    Houston v. Moore (i820) 5 Wheat. (U. S.) I.
  • 18
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Thorpe, Federal and State Constitutions and Colonial Charters, passim
    • Watson, The Constitution, Vol. I, p. 690
    • Houston v. Moore (i82o) 5 Wheat. (U. S.) i
    • Luther v. Borden (i849) 7 How. (U. S.) I
    • Martin v. Mott (I827) 12 Wheat. (U. S.) ig
    • Elliott, Debates, Vol. II, pp. 292-309
  • 28
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Art. II, sec. 2, cl. 1, supra
    • Art. I, sec. 8, cl. 12, supra
    • Amend., Art. V, supra.
  • This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Tarbie's Case (i87I) I3 Wall. (U. S.) 397, 408
    • Dines v. Hoover (1857) 20 How. (U. S.) 65
    • Johnson v. Sayre (i895) I58 U. S. Io9, I"4
    • In re Grimley (i890) I37 U. S. I47, I53
    • Ex parte Milligan (i866) 4 Wall. (U. S.) 2, I39
    • United States v. Sweeney (i894) 157 U. S. 28i, 284.
  • 31
    27 Op. Att'y. Gen. 322.
  • 32
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • A. Gt. So. R. R. v. United States (1914) 49 Ct Cl. 522
    • McClaughry v. Demting (I902) i86 U. S. 49, SI, 58
    • Kneedler v. Lane (i863) 45 Pa. St 238
    • McCall's Case (i863) 5 Phil. 259, Fed. Cas. 8669
    • Burroughs v. Peyton (i864) i6 Gratt. (Va.) 470, 483
    • Dunne v. People (i897) 94 Ill. I20.
  • 33
    (I903) 32 St. at L. 775.