Modest address to the Livery-men of London, upon their choice of sheriffs, June 24. 1681.
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Published by Printed for Richard Janeway in Queens-Head-Alley in Pater-Noster-Row in London .
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A modest address to the livery-men of London, upon their choice of sheriffs, June Published. London: Printed for Richard Janeway in Queens-Head-Alley in Pater-Noster-Row, [] Physical Description. 1 sheet ([2] p.). Series (Early English books online) Notes. Electronic reproduction. Buy A Modest Address to the Livery-men of London upon their Choice of Sheriffs, J by London Livery of the City (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: London Livery of the City. The rights and authority of the Commons of the city of London in their Common-hall assembled, particularly in the choice and discharge of their sheriffs, asserted and cleared in answer to the vindication of the Lord-Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Council. by: . A collection of several tracts and discourses written in the years , , , , , , , / by: Burnet, Gilbert, Published: ().

The speech of the right honourable Sir John Moore, Knight, at Guild-Hall, Septemb. 29th, when he was elected lord-mayor of London, together, with some passages of his deportment on the twenty-fourth of June, , and before, in relation to the election of sheriffs for the said city, and county of Middlesex. MLA Citation. Moore, John. There are three main ways by which an individual can obtain admission to the Company, subject to the approval of the Court: By Servitude: Available to apprentices who are formally “bound in” to the Company and serve a full term of apprenticeship (7 years) and can provide a certificate of good and faithful service signed by their master, who has to be a Freeman of the Company. A load-starre to spirituall life. Or, a Christian familiar motiue to the most sweet and heauenly exercise of diuine prayer. With prayers for morning and euening. Written to stir vp all men to watchfulnesse and reformation of their carnall and corrupt liues. By I. Norden. [Printed Anno Dom. ]. Full text of "Historical reminiscences of the city of London and its livery companies [electronic resource]" See other formats.

Full text of "Historical reminiscences of the city of London and its livery companies" See other formats. Project Gutenberg's London and its Environs Described, vol. 1 (of 6), by Anonymous This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.   Here, , J the Duke of Buckingham attended with the Mayor and Sheriffs, by command of Richard Duke of Gloster, and addressing a great multitude of Liverymen assembled in the Common Hall, pointed out to them the bastardy of King Edward V., and urged the superior claim of Richard Plantagenet, as depicted in Shakspeare’s Richard III Author: The Underground Map. A seasonable address to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and commoners of the city of London, upon their present electing of sherifs [sic] by Philo-Patris, citizen, &c. Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, / [re-printed, anno Dom. ].