The charters of London, or, The second part of Londons liberty in chaines discovered in which by the ancient, rationall, and fundamental charters of the famous city of London is proved and declared that it is the true and undeniable right of all and every the barons, burgesses, free-men, or commoners of London to have their free vote in chusing out annually from amongst themselves a Lord Major, two sheriffes and all their aldermen ...
Printed at London
Decemb. 18, 1646, [not provided]
|Collection:||Making of the Modern World - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
|Item Description:||Errata: p. , 1st group. - Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 00921.1. - Includes (p. 37-52) The plea for free-mens liberties by Thomas Johnson and (p. [1-4], last group) To the right honorable the high court of Parliament. The humble remonstrance of William Sykes, merchant, for free trade in transporting & importing of lawfull and needfull commodities. - OCLC, 20885925. - Reproduction of original from Kress Library of Business and Economics, Harvard University. - Texts in English or Latin. - Wing, L2087|
|Physical Description:||, 6, 64,  p 18 cm|
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