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245 00 [London's liberties, or, A learned argument of law & 
       reason upon Saturday, December 14, 1650. Before the Lord 
       Major, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Councell at Guild 
       Hall, London] :|b[between Mr. Maynard, Mr. Hales, & Mr. 
       Wilde, of the Councell for the Companies of London, and 
       Major John Wildman and Mr. John Price of the Councell for 
       the Freemen of London.  Wherein the freedom of the 
       citizens of London in their elections of their cheif 
       officers, is fully debated, the most auncient charters and
       records of the city examined and the principles of just 
       government cleared & vindicated. /|cThis discourse was 
       exactly taken in short-hand by severall that were present 
       at the argument, who have compared their notes, and 
       published them for publique use.]. 
246 30 Learned argument of law & reason upon Saturday, December 
       14, 1650 
260    [London, :|bPrinted by Ja. Cottrel for Gyles Calvert at 
       the signe of the black spread Eagle at the west-end of 
300    [1]+ leaves. 
500    Ms. surrogate t.p. only. 
500    Some variation from original. 
500    Reproduction of original in the British Library. 
650  0 Elections|zEngland|zLondon|vEarly works to 1800. 
700 1  Maynard, John,|cSir,|d1602-1690. 
700 1  Hale, Matthew,|cSir,|d1609-1676. 
700 1  Wilde, William,|cSir,|d1611?-1679. 
700 1  Wildman, John,|cSir,|d1621?-1693. 
700 1  Price, John,|cCitizen of London. 
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