London England Commerce 17th Century Sources : Chiverton Mayor. Tuesday the eighth day of December 1657. An order of the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, against concealing and colouring the goods of aliens and foreyners.; City of London (England).
London England Commerce Directories : Pigot and Co.'s London & provincial new commercial directory, for 1823-4 [electronic resource] : containing a classification of the merchants, manufacturers and traders of London, the county of Middlesex, and all the towns and villages within twelve miles of the metropolis ... three hundred cities, towns and sea ports in the counties of Befordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire ...
London England Commerce Europe : Markets and merchants of the late seventeenth century : the Marescoe-David letters, 1668-1680 / selected and edited with an introduction by Henry Roseveare.; Marescoe, Charles.
London England Commerce Sermons : Mercy in the midst of judgment : by a gracious discovery of a certain remedy for London's languishing trade : in a sermon preached before the right honourable, the lord mayor and the citizens of London, on September 12, 1669, at the new repaired chappel at Guild-Hall / by D. Barton ...; Barton, William,
London England Description And Travel 19th Century : London and Westminster : city and suburb : strange events, characteristics and changes of metropolitan life / by John Timbs, F.S.A., author of "A century of anecdote," "Club-life of London," etc.; Timbs, John,
London England Docks Wharves Etc Early Works To 1800 : Bowles's new London guide, and hackney-coach directory [electronic resource] : being an alphabetical index to all the streets, squares, lanes, courts, alleys, docks, wharfs, keys, stairs, &c. churches, chapels, and other places of worship; villages, hamlets, hospitals, and public buildings of every denomination, in and within five miles of the metropolis : with the fares of hackney-coaches, calculated from the several stands, agreeable to the late act of Parliament, which took place on the 1st of August, 1786 : and rates of watermen, as newly regulated by the Court of Aldermen, and approved by His Majesty's Privy Council.; Bowles, Carington,
London England Economic Conditions Sources Early Works To 1800 : A letter intercepted (at sea) by Captaine Moulton, and sent by the Admiralls to the councell of state. Written from Parson Wolby, directed to Mr. Edward Ball, the Princes agent, with Prince Rupert at Kingsale in Ireland. : Wherein is discovered a most fearfull and sad designe against the City of London, and such who have estates in England. A new platforme of the Catholicke religion, intended for England. Severall transactions of the Prince's Navy. And the Governour of the island of Scilly. And an account of the Governours letter (who is salne sick) to the Prince. Parson VVolby his desires to Prince Rupert, and his transactions with Sir John Moene, Sir John Beak, Doctor Wats, and Mr. Ball. And some transactions at sea, between 500 of the King of Spain his souldiers at sea, and the Princes Navy. And severall fights at sea, with other considerable passages of the Princes Navy. May 7. 1649. To the end that all who are faithfull to this nation, may unanimously unite, against the common enemy; whose bitternesse doth appeare against us, both in words, and action, in this letter. Therefore I say imprimatur: Theodore Jennings.; Wolley, Edward,