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  • Hi Pauline. I don't have a clear answer but the Militia Act had several regulations within it regarding fines. The one that seems most likely would be for ins ubordination: NCOs and Privates who refused to obey lawful orders or abused their officers could be fined ranging from 10 shillings (minor offence such as quarrelling or abusive language) to 5 pounds (insubordination and...
    Gregory Carraro May 7, 2014
  • Welcome! As a new member myself, I can assure that you'll find the group to be very useful and informative. ‎ Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Rogers network. From: tracylhaven@^$1 Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2013 9:12 PM To: WarOf1812@^$2 Reply To: WarOf1812@^$3 Subject: 1812 New Member I am Tracy Haven. I work with a number of New Orleans writers (writing, editing...
    gregorycarraro@... Oct 11, 2013
  • Hi folks,I've been asked to post something about myself so I'll try to keep it brief! I teach Canadian and European history, I am the father of two young kids and the husband of a very patient wife. I have many interests not least of which is world politics and history. I am the C.O. of a reenactment unit, Thompson's Company. Thompson's Company is a new reenactment unit whose...
    militia_1812 Aug 17, 2013
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