We have no meanings for "warlike stores" in our records yet.
He made a landing at Tavagna and threw in almost all his warlike stores.
The artillery and warlike stores were expedited from Massachusetts.
He himself took up his residence at Adrianople, to collect warlike stores and siege artillery.
Both food and warlike stores in large quantities have been accumulated at Volksrust, Vryheid and Standerton.
Boston itself aided in supplying these warlike stores.
Nothing but the warlike stores were taken away.
By going about the districts he got many men, ships, and warlike stores sent as he required.
The Arms Act 1860 was the later legislation that referred to " warlike stores" and keeping gunpowder.
Whenever the circumstances will permit, a grand provision of warlike stores, arsenals and dock-yards ought to be made
His orders were to prevent the troops and warlike stores which De la Motte was taking out from reaching Canada.
The captain ordered the people to throw the quarter-deck guns, and all the arms and warlike stores overboard, which they did.
The colonists had now, in fact, begun to arm, to collect warlike stores, and to train the youth to military exercises.
Tresilian, in the lecture already alluded to, gave the following facetious account of the warlike stores which were on board the vessel:-
Accordingly the heavy artillery was conveyed on board ship, the warlike stores collected, and the troops warned to be ready for embarkation.
The Afghans suffered much more severely, besides leaving in our possession all their guns, with quantities of ammunition and other warlike stores.
Moreover, Carleton's army was in no way prepared for a midwinter campaign, even if it could have been supplied with food and warlike stores.
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