Excerpt from Memoir on the Organization of the Army of the United States, With a View to Its Giving Effect to the Militia, When Called Into Actual Service The military establishment of the United States should therefore be so organized, that while it 1s capable of ex tending itself, it may be able to afford the best means of giving efficiency to the-'great natural arm of the republic, the militia. And it is accordingly proposed, in the sequel, to offer some reflections 'on the classifi ation and organization of the Militia, with a view to the defence of the country against attacks from abroad, and the main tenance of order, and the support of the laws within the republic.
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