Inland Water Transportation England : A mediterranean passage by water, from London to Bristol, &c., and from Lynne to Yarmouth, and so consequently to the city of York : for the great advancement of trade & traffique / by Francis Mathew, Esquire.; Mathew, Francis,
Inland Water Transportation England London Early Works To 1800 : The prices and rates that euerye perticuler person ovveth to pay for his fayre or passage, vnto watermen, or whyrrymen : from Londo[n] to Grauesende, and likewise from Grauesende to London, and to euery commen landyng place, betwene the sayd two places, and the rates and pryces also of an hole fare in a whyrye, tylte bote, or tyde bote, to and from any of the said places hereafter breyfelye appeareth.; Watermen's Company (London, England)
Inland Water Transportation England London Metropolitan Area Transit Charge : A Book containing the several rates for wharfage and cranage, to be taken and paid at the wharfs and keys of the new channel or cut of Bridewel-Dock and Fleet-Channel, from the River of Thames to Holborn-Bridge, set and appointed by the King's Majesty, with the advice of his Privy-Council : and also for tolls and other profits arising by the navigation of the said channel or cut : set and appointed by the Lord Maior and Court of Aldermen ... in pursuance of an act of Parliament, entituled, An additional act for the rebuilding of the city of London, &c.
Inland Water Transportation Law And Legislation England Early Works To : The case of Richard Scotcher : one of the persons impowred by act of Parliament, to make the river Wye in the county of Surrey navigable, truly stated. And humbly presented to the consideration of the Parliament of England, Scotland and Ireland and every member thereof.; Scotcher, Richard,
Inland Water Transportation Law And Legislation England Lincolnshire : Instructions for jury-men on the Commission of Sewers : shewing, 1. what they are to surveigh and view, 2. what to enquire and present, 3. how, delivered in a charge to 3 several juries at a session of Sewers holden at Spalding in the county of Lincoln : to which is added two other charges, the one concerning Lovell's works the other touching the river of Glean in the said county.; England and Wales.
Inmate Guards England Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the most vvofull and miserable state and condition of those distressed prisoners, taken by His Maiesties forces, and deteined and kept in the Castle at Oxford : VVith the inhumane, unspeakable, and unheard-of usage of their keeper or gaoler Captaine Thomas Smith the Marshall Generall. As also, a relation of the execrable cruelties of the cavaliers in Yorkshire, upon a young man, horsing him, and hanging lead waights upon his legges untill he dyed. Written, and sent by a poore gentleman a prisoner there, to a gentleman a friend of his here in London.