A just and true account of the malt lottery tickets, drawn in Guild-Hall, London

Publication Date1697
RemainderFrom the 10th of August, 1697, to the 17th inclusive, wherein the prizes, with the course & manner of payment of each several thousand, are numerically set down and described. And where, at first view, (without the tedious and uncertain looking over the whole numbers, by knowing the 1000) any person may know whether they have any benefits. Being carefully examined by the original register, kept at the Exchequer, where they are to be paid; to which also is added the page to each respective prize, so that any person may immediately refer to the page in the said register, where his said prize is. Being very necessary for all persons who have any tickets, or shall buy either blanks or prizes to have this book, for the better and more easie finding out their prizes, and by which book they will be paid. Printed by order of the managers.
Extent[2], 21, [1] p.
Publisherprinted and sold by Freeman Collins in the Old-Bailey



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