la#39;z7] in the Observation, that he that buys the Devil, will be sure to sell him again, whenever he has Opportunity and the rather here, s0r ... a#39;Tis these and the like Practices, so much in use, that are so very destructive to the Army by their Conscquences , for Rewards and ... nor no Friend for a#39; them, to the best os their Knowledge] But at this time, the Practice is so directly contrary , that any that will but giveanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Essay on the most effectual way to recruit the Army, and render it more serviceable, by preventing desertion ... By a Lover of his Country and the Army. [By Daniel Defoe?]|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Army|