Silver : Some few considerations, supposed useful, concerning the vote of the House of Commons, Friday the 24, February, upon the bill for the hindring the exportation of gold and silver, and the melting down of the coin of this realm / humbly proposed by Dr. Hugh Chamberlain, to the wisdom of the Honourable House of Commons.; Chamberlen, Hugh.
Silver Coins England Early Works To 1800 : Reasons humbly offer'd for the making a law to prohibit the exportation of all silver which has been or shall be once melted in England : and to prevent the clipping of our money for the future.
Silver Coins Europe Early Works To 1800 : Dia Savado 24. de Febrero, 1643/4. Los Senores y Communes del Parlamento aviendo recevido ynformacion por los mercaderes estrangeros y otros que trattan de traer plata a este reyno, que sus correspondientes residentes en las partes ultra marinas an concebido algunos temores y zelos que les desanima en remittir la dichaplata a este reyno, sigun lo solian hazer.... :; England and Wales.
Silver East Indies Early Works To 1800 : An account of gold & silver exported to the East Indies from Micha[elma]s 1699 to the 4th Febr[uary] 1700 by the old, & new Comp[a]ny[?] & priuaate adventurers.
Silver England : Christopher Dodsworth's proceedings against the exportation of silver by the Jews and others; Dodsworth, Christopher.
Silver Great Britain : Severall orders of the House of Commons and Committee of the Navie; : with the proceedings thereupon, touching the discovery and prevention of transportation of gold and silver: with other abuses practised upon the coyn and bullion of the kingdom.; England and Wales.
Silver Law And Legislation Great Britain : A proclamation against exportation, and buying and selling of gold and silver at higher rates then in our mint : as also against culling, washing, or otherwise diminishing our current moneys.; England and Wales.
Silver Standards Of Fineness Early Works To 1800 : A brief and easie way by tables to cast up silver to the standerd of XI ounces ij penny-weight, and gold to the standerd of XXII carrots : with questions wrought by the golden-rule, also by decimall tables / calculated by John Reynolds of the Mynt in the Tower.; Reynolds, John,
Silver Standards Of Fineness Scotland Tables Early Works To 1800 : A table of the value of bullion (in standart silver) : according to the several deniers and grains of finess, and the ordinary denominations of weights, by which merchants and others may know what weight of coyned money of standart fineness they are to get out, when their bulzeon given in to th mint doth arise above, or fall below the standart fineness, which is 11 deniers 2 grains.
Silver Thread : A publication concerning all sorts of gold and siluer threed, granted by His Maiesties letters patents, vnder the great seale; England and Wales.
Silverware England Mildenhall Suffolk History : The Mildenhall treasure : late Roman silver plate from East Anglia / Richard Hobbs ; with contributions by Janet Lang, Michael J. Hughes, Roger Tomlin and Jude Plouviez.; Hobbs, Richard,
Silverwork England : A new touch-stone for gold and silver wares : directing all buyers of large plate, or small works (as silver or goldhilts, buckles, watch-cases, pins and studs in watch-cases, money-boxes, tobacco-boxes, bells and sockets for corals, buttons and tags for garments, chirurgeons-instruments, rings, chains, lockets, or other goldsmith works), how to know whether they buy or wear such as are of the lawful standard-allay, or adulterated and unlawful, and how to recover recompence against the offenders : and also discovering the principal matters of the goldsmiths and cutlers (and material things of all other manual) trades.; W. B.