London England Officials And Employees Sources : The Writ of quo warranto served upon the Lord Mayor, commonalty, and citizens of London : to inquire by what authority they use and lay claim to their liberties, privledges, and franchises.
London England Orphans : A true copy of two speeches spoken by two orphans, educated in Christ-Hospital, on the 13th day of August, 1663 : being a day set apart to commemorate God's mercies bestowed on their fellow-brethren, who were formerly educated and brought up in the said hospital.; Parker, John.
London England Plague 1665 : Lamentatio civitatis, or, Londons complaint against her children in the countrey : shewing her weaknesse, poverty, and desolatenesse ... : as also a brief account how many died in the years 1529 [i.e. 1592], 1603, 1625, 1630, 1636,1637, 1638, 1646,1647 1648, with this present year 1665 : likewise several preservatives against the infection.
London England Politics And Government Sources : A Trve copy of the petition of the Lord Maior, aldermen, and the rest of the Common-Councell of of London, presented to both Houses of Parliament, March 18, 1641 : with the answer of both Houses of Parliament to the said petition : together with Mr. Speakers letter, ordered by the Honourable House of Commons, to the High Sheriffe and gentry of Yorkshire, shewing their dislike of such as have endeavoured to perswade the countrey that their petition to the Parliament was ill relished : secondly, their dislike of such as have endeavoured to preswade godly ministers that their exercises are not acceptable to the Houses : thirdly, their dislike of such as have endeavoured to perswade the trained band from going into Hull upon the Parliaments order.; City of London (England).
London England Religion : Puzzled people : a study in popular attitudes to religion, ethics, progress and politics in a London borough : prepared for the Ethical Union / Mass Observation.; Mass-Observation.
London England Religion 17th Century : Reasons humbly offered in justification of the action of letting a room in London-House unto certain peaceable Christians, called Anabaptists
London England Religion 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Certaine considerations shewing the imminent danger of this city, together with the remedies. : Humbly presented to the Right Honourable the Lord Major, the Right Worshipfull the Aldermen, and Common Councell-men. By the ministers of the citie.
London England Religion Miscellanea : Rules for our more devout behaviour in the time of divine service in the Church of England : together with an account of the several places and hours in and about the city of London where the service of the church is celebrated morning and evening, every day in the week.
London England Religion Miscellanea Early Works To 1800 : Rules for our more devout behaviour in the time of divine service in the Church of England : Together with an account of the several places and hours, where the service of the church is celebrated morning and evening, every day in the week, in and about the city of London.
London England Sermons : A sermon preach'd Febr. 14, 1698, and now publish'd, at the request of the Societies for reformation of manners in London and Westminster / by John Howe ...; Howe, John,
London England Sheriffs Court : Praxis utriusque banci, the antient and modern practice of the two superior courts at Westminster, viz. The King's Bench and Common Pleas : together with the rules and orders of the said courts, to which is added the Practice of the Sheriffs Court, London : containing divers antient customs and immunities of that city, not hitherto published in print : as also Norma curiarum inferiorum, or, A rule to keep inferior courts within their just bounds.
London England Social Conditions 16th Century Early Works To 1800 : A nevv booke intituled the blasinge of bawdrie : Daylie procured by Beldame B. principall broker of all iniquitie. Geuen for a Newyeares gyfte, aswell to all suche: in whose charge, the due punishment ther of is co[m]mitted: as also to all other that may reap co[m]modytie by lothyng their practises, either by readyng, or hearyng of the same. By R.C. citizen.1574; R. C.,