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C. Suetonius Tranquillus, The Lives of the Caesars (ed. Alexander Thomson) 2 0 Browse Search
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C. Suetonius Tranquillus, Divus Augustus (ed. Alexander Thomson), chapter 49 (search)
With respect to the army, he distributed the legions and auxiliary troops throughout the several provinces. He stationed a fleet at Misenum, and another at Ravenna, for the protection of the Upper and Lower Seas.The Adriatic and the Tuscan. A certain number of the forces were selected, to occupy the posts in the city, and partly for his own body-guard; but he dismissed the Spanish guard, which he retained about him till the fall of Antony; and also the Germans, whom he had amongst his guards, until the defeat of Varus. Yet he never permitted a greater force than three cohorts in the city, and had no (praetorian) camps.It was first established by Tiberius. See c. xxxvii. The rest he quartered in the neighbourhood of the nearest towns, in winter and summer camps. All the troops throughout the empire he reduced to one fixed model with regard to their pay and their pensions; determining these according to their rank in the army, the time they had served, and their private means; so that
d is determined to enforce the law at all hazards. The region where this resistance to the law has occurred is where the miners recently had a difficulty with the coal operators. The rioters will find that if they encounter Marshal Millward there will be no child's play in the matter.--Philadelphia Bulletin. Schuyler Colfax has just finished stamping the St. Joseph district, Indiana, for volunteers, and has procured thirty five hundred for the war. Hugh J, Hastings, of the Albany Knickerbocker, has been appointed conant to Ravenna, in Italy. Four hundred and sixty three bales of cotton arrived at Cincinnati one day last week by the river. Governor Kirkwood has issued a proclamation for an extra session of the lows Legislature, at Des Moines, on the 3d of September. The Louisville Journal learns that the draft in that State has been postponed to the 21st of September. One of the Pittsburg companies at Camp Curtin contains no less than thirty butchers.