London England Social Life And Customs Anecdotes : The floating island, or, A new discovery : relating the strange adventure on a late voyage from Lambethana to Villa Franca, alias Ramallia, to the eastward of Terra del Templo, by three ships, viz. the Pay-naught, the Excuse, the Least-in-sight, under the conduct of Captain Robert Owe-much, describing the nature of the inhabitants, their religion, laws and customs / published by Franck Careless, one of the discoverers.; Head, Richard,
London England Social Life And Customs Humour : Strange & true nevves from Jack-a-Newberries six windmills, or, The crafty, impudent, common-whore (turned bawd) anatomised : and discovered in the unparralleld practises of Mris Fotheringham ... with five and twenty orders agreeed upon by consent of Mris Creswell, Betty Lawrence ... with divers others for establishing thereof / published by way of admonition to all persons to beware of that house of darkness ... by Peter Aretine, cardinall of Rome [pseud.]; Aretine, Peter.
London England Social Life And Customs Poetry : Newes out of Powles Churchyarde : now newly renued and amplifyed according to the accidents of the present time. 1579. and otherwise entituled, syr Nummus. Written in English satyrs. Wherein is reprooued excessiue and vnlawfull seeking after riches, and the euill spending of the same. Compyled by E.H. Gent. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.; Hake, Edward,
London England Statistics Early Works To 1800 : A moderate computation of the expences in provisions, spent in the cities of London and Westminster, : and the places within the weekly bills of mortality, for a year, month, week, day, hour and minute, founded upon this modest supposition, that there may be but [a] million of people within the said cities and weekly bills of mortality, observed by a scrutinous enquiry i[n] most of the particulars. / By John Seller, Sen.; Seller, John,
London England Transportation History Early Works To 1800 : Rules, directions and by-laws, devised, and made by the Court of Aldermen of the City of London, by vertue of the late ordinance of His Highnesse the Lord Protector, with consent of his Councell; for regulation of hackney coachmen, within the said City, and places adjacent.; City of London (England).