A short history of standing armies in England

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Gwyn There is nothing in which the generality of Mankind are so much mistaken as when they talk of Government. The different Effects of it are obvious to every one, but few can trace its Causes.

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Published: (). A standing army is a permanent, often professional, is composed of full-time soldiers who may be either career soldiers or differs from army reserves, who are enrolled for the long term, but activated only during wars or natural disasters, and temporary armies, which are raised from the civilian population only during a war or threat of war and disbanded once the.

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This was followed the next year by Trenchard’s A Short History of Standing Armies in England (London, ). He was also the author of the anonymously-published work, A Letter from the Author of the Argument Against a Standing Army, to the Author of the Ballancing Letter [an essay defending standing armies] (London, ).

The next quote is from John Trenchard’s book “A SHORT HISTORY OF Standing Armies IN ENGLAND” ([link edited for length]): I will venture to say, that if this Army does not make us Slaves, we are the only People upon Earth in such Circumstances that ever escaped it Author: Darren Wolfe.

With Walter Moyle he wrote An Argument, Shewing that a Standing Army is Inconsistent with a Free Government () and A Short History of Standing Armies in England ( and ).

He developed anticlerical lines of argument in The Natural History of Superstition (), and The Independent Whig, a weekly periodical published in –  A Short History of England Simon JenkinsProfile Books, pp, £25Foundation: the History of England (vol 1) Peter AckroydMacmillan, pp, £25The BBC outside broadcasts of the Last Night of the Proms on 10 September lingered on jolly, flag-waving crowds in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

When it came to Blake's "Jerusalem". Trenchard's Short Essay is a classic argument against standing armies, a central theme in the commonwealthmen tradition (that was quite influential in America).

This issue was probably a reaction to the expansion of England's military establishment during the Anglo-Spanish War () The State of Justice is a rare title.