London ss. Ad general' quarterial' session' pacis dom' regis tent' pro civitat' London, per adjornamentum apud Justice-hall in le Old-Baily in parochia Sancti Sepulchri in warda de Faringdon extra London pręd', die mercurii, scilicet sexto decimo die Octobris, anno regni dom. nostri Caroli Secundi, Dei gratia, Anglię, Scotię, Francię & Hibernię regis, fidei defensoris, &c. vicesimo quarto, coram Georgio Waterman milite, majore civitat' London, Ricardo Chiverton milite, Thoma Aleyn milite & baronetto, Thoma Bludworth milite, & Ricardo Ford milite, aldermannis civitat' pręd' & Johanne Howel milite, servien' ad legem ac recordatore ejusdem civitat'. Justic' dicti dom. regis ad pacem in civitat' pręd' conservand', necnon ad divers' felon' transgression' & alia malefacta infra eandem civitat' perpetrat' audiend' & terminand' assign'. Whereas daily complaints are made by merchants and other citizens and inhabitants within the city of London and the liberties thereof, of the excessive rates demanded and received by car-men above what is reasonable and hath been limited and appointed for carriages within this city and liberties,

Publication Date1672
Extent2 sheets ([2] p.)
PublisherPrinted by Andrew Clark, printer to the honourable city of London, at his house in Aldersgate-street


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