Chambers John : An abstract of His Maiesties commission, granted the tenth day of Iuly, 1624, under the great seale of England : taken forth the 25 of Septemb. 1624, a duplicate of the said commission, by Iohn Chambers, citizen and mercer of London, dwelling at the signe of the Hand and Bible in Rood-lane neere Fanchurch-street in London, where the commissioners may assemble as they please, for the reliefe of the poore prisoners in the seuerall prisons ... published to moue in all creditors whom it may concerne, an obedient conformitie to His Maiesties gratious will and charitable inclination.
Chambers Ltd Publ Firm : [Envelope containing : 1) letter from publisher explaining why entry for T.S. Eliot in Chambers biographical dictionary; edited by J.O. Thorne; new ed.1961, had to be changed, 2) cancelled leaf containing original entry, 3) photostats of 2) and of cancel leaf superseding it with changes in text underlined].
Chambers Peter Active 1652 : They must needs go, that the devil drives: or, a whip for traytors: : comprising, the charge, and articles of impeachment, against all those commissioners, treasurers, exoize-men, clerks, overseers, and surevyors, who have collected great sums of money, cheated the common-wealth of many thousands, oppressed the poor, favour'd the rich; and heap'd up chests of gold and silver for themselves. Also, a declaration to the people, for the taking off all taxes and assesments; and gallant propositions for the increase of trading, relieving the poor, and seting the bondmen free (throughout city and countrey) from rich and cunning assessors, and crafty catch-poles and collectors. Sent in a letter to the Parliament of England; and published by special authority.
Chambers Richard 1583 : Sarahs sepulture, or A funerall sermon : preached for the Right Honourable and vertuous lady, Dorothie Countesse of Northumberland, at Petworth in Sussex. By Richard Chambers Doctor of Diuinitie.