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" ... with justice and propriety, it is incumbent on all officers to apply themselves diligently to the acquirement of a competent knowledge of military law ; to make themselves perfectly acquainted with all orders and regulations, and with the practice... "
A General Code of the Military Regulations in Force Under the Presidency of ... - Página 133
1824 - 606 páginas
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General Regulations and Orders for the Army: Adjutant General's Office ...

Army, Great Britain. Army - 1811 - 326 páginas
...both General and Regimental. The Duties attached to Officers employed on Courts Martial are of the most grave and important Nature, and in order to discharge...perfectly acquainted with all Orders and Regulations, and with the Practices of Military Courts. With this View, Officers on their Entrance into the Army are...
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The practice of courts-martial, and other military courts

William Hough - 1834
...serious consequence. The King's regulations and orders, p. 199, declare these duties to be " of the most grave and important nature, and in order to discharge...propriety, it is incumbent on all officers to apply themtelves diligently to the acquirement of a competent knowledge of military The advantage of this...
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The Practice of Courts Martial

Alexander Macomb - 1841 - 144 páginas
...Courts Martial, are of the most grave and important character : that these duties may be discharged with justice and propriety, it is incumbent on all...the acquirement of a competent knowledge of Military Jaw ; to make themselves perfectly acquainted with the Acts of Congress relating to the Army and Militia,...
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Notes on miitary law; proceedings of courts martial; &c., by the author of ...

Frederick Augustus Griffiths - 1841
...A. Griffiths. INTRODUCTION. By the Regulations and Orders for the Army, all Officers are directed " to apply themselves diligently to the acquirement of a competent knowledge of Military Law, and of the Orders, and Regulations founded thereon, and also of the practice of Military Courts," &c. As...
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Remarks on the Constitution and Practice of Courts Martial: With a Summary ...

Thomas Frederick Simmons - 1843 - 648 páginas
...of the army, which declare, " that the " duties attached to officers on courts martial, are of " the most grave and important nature ; and, in order "...is " incumbent on all officers to apply themselves dili" gently to the acquirement of a competent knowledge " of military law, and to make themselves...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volumen10

1849
...Regulations and Orders for the Army. " The duties devolving on members of courts martial are of the most grave and important nature, and, in order to...the acquirement of a competent knowledge of military Jaw."1 The proceedings of Captain Douglas' court martial afford a melancholy, but instructive, commentary...
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A Letter to the Queen on a Late Court Martial

Samuel Warren - 1850 - 262 páginas
...paragraph 2,) wherein it is stated, that ' the duties devolving upon members of Courts Martial are of the most grave and important nature; and, in order to...acquirement of a competent knowledge of Military Law/ If I have been mistaken in supposing that the work to which I have referred is not an authority, I...
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A catechism and hand-book on regimental standing orders

Anthony Walshe - 1852 - 288 páginas
...important nature, and para. 2. ^ order ^ d;scnarge them with justice and propriety, it is incumbent upon all Officers to apply themselves diligently to the...acquirement of a competent knowledge of Military Law, and of the Orders and Regulations founded thereon, and also of the practice of Military Courts, with the...
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Guide to the examinations for promotion of regimental officers in the infantry

1863
...themselves for the discharge of the duties devolving upon members of courts-martial 1 A. They should apply themselves diligently to the acquirement of a competent knowledge of military law, and of the regulations founded thereon, and also of the practice of military courts, with the view of making...
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The Queen's (King's) regulations and orders for the army. 1868 [2 eds.], 73 ...

War office
...with instructions to the Court.) 733. The duties devolving upon members of courtsmartial are of the most grave and important nature, and in order to discharge them with justice and propriety it is incumbent upon all officers to apply themselves diligently to the acquirement of a competent knowledge of Military...
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