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164 An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons, for the Provision of Turff and Peate, for the Cities of London and Westminster. 4to.
London. 1644. A briefe Declaration for what manner of speciall Nusance concerning
private dwelling Houses, a Man may haue his Remedy by Assise, &c. 4to.
London. 1639. A Declaration and Vindication of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Cominons of the City. 4to.
London. 166o. Observations both historical and moral upon the burning of London.
London. 1667. A brief Memorial, wherein the present Case of the antient Leasees,
the inward Pawn Sub-Tenants and the outward Pawn present Tenants, of the Royal Exchange truely and impartially stated, &c. 4to. (see No. 278.)
London. 1674. An Act for preventing and suppressing of Fires within the City of London. 4to.
London. 1677. A modest Enquiry concerning the Election of the Sheriffs of London. 4to.
London. 1682. 150 Troia Redeviva, or, the Glories of London surveyed in an Heroick Poem. 4to.
London. 1674. War Horns, make room for the Bucks with Green Bowes. 4to. London.
1682. Midsummer-Moon: or the Livery-Man's Complaint, by Tho. Thomp
London. 1682. son. 4to. Diyartorexia, or, a full and true Relation of the great and bloody Fight, between three Pagan Knights and a Christian Gyant. 4to. London.
1682. Ad Populum Phaleræ: or the Twion-Shams. The triennial Mayor: or, the new Raparees, a Poem. 4to. London,
1691. The Morning Walk; or, City encompass’d. A Poem in blank Verse. 8vo.
London. 1751. Londinum Heroico Carmine perlustratum per Joannem Adamum ; and translated into English by W. F. 4to.
London. 1670. 282 Articles of High Treason exhibited against Cheap-side Crosse, by R.
Overton. 4to. (see No. 148. 212. 226. and 235.) London. 1642. Cheap-side Crosse censured and condemned, &c. London. 1641. The last Will and Testament of Charing Crosse. 4to.
282 “ Here begynneth the Boke named the Assyse of breade, what it ought
to weye after the pryce of a quarter of Wheete. And also the Assyse of Ale, with all maner of Wood and Cole, Lath, Bowrde and tymbre, and the weyght of Butter and Chese. Imprynted by
me Robert Wyer.” 4to. black letter. 165 The Assize of Bread newly corrected and enlarged, &c. 4to. London.
1592. 282 The Assize of Bread. 4to.
London. 1595. The Assize of Bread, &c. 4to.
London. 1630. The Assize of Bread. 4to.
London. 1632. Artachthos or a new Booke declaring the Assise or Weight of Bread, &c. 4to.
London. 1638. The Assize of Bread, &c. 4to.
London. 1661. The Assize of Bread. 4to.
London. 1684. The Assize of Bread and other Assizes of Weights and Measures, &c. 4to.
London. 1714. Authentic Accounts of the History and Price of Wheat, Bread, Malt,
&c. from the coming in of William the Conqueror, to Michaelmas 1745. 4to.
London. 1765. London's Plague-Sore discovered. 4to.
London. 1665. St. Leonard's Hill. A Poem. 4to.
London. 1666. A Relation of a strange Apparition near Sommerset-House. 4to.
London. 1641. Fearefull Apparitions or the strangest Visions, that ever hath been heard of, in Lumbard Street. 4to.
London. 1647. London's triumphant Holiday, being a brief Relation of the chiefest
memorable Proceedings, that hath attended his Majesty since his Troubles, by Charls Hammond. 4to.
London. 1660. The Chimney-Sweepers sad Complaint and humble Petition to the City of London. 4to.
London. 1663. 259 The Case of Samuel Horsey, Esq. Governor of the York Buildings Company. 8vo.
London. 1733. Answer of S. Horsey, Esq. to the Misrepresentation of his Conduct. 8vo.
London. 1733. A Royal Edict for Military Exercises : in a Sermon to the Artillery Company, by J. Davenporte, B. D. 8vo.
London. 1629. The Bow-man's Glory; or Archery revived ; by William Wood. 12mo.
259 Orders made by the Court of Assistants of the Artillery Company. 8vo.
London. 1739. 278 Articles to be enquired of in the generall Visitation of Edmonde Bisshoppe of London 1554. 4to.
London. 1554. The true Copie of a Letter from the Queenes Majestie, to the Lord Maior of London and his Brethren. 4to.
London. 1586. The Wood-mongers Remonstrance, or, the Carmens Controversie rightly stated. 4to.
Merchant-Taylors Hall by certain Gentlemen of the Artillery
London. 1639. A Vindication of the Proceedings of the Gentlemen of the Inner-Temple. 12mo.
Cambridge. 1662. Strange and wonderful News from London-Wall. 4to. London. 1674. The Case of Edmund Heming, who first set up the New Lights in the City of London. 4to.
London. 1689. The Wheel of Fortune : or, Nothing for a Penny; being Remarks on the Dawing the Penny-Lottery, &c. 4to.
London. 1698. An Account of the past and present State of the Amicable Society for a Perpetual Assurance-Office, by W. Wbiston. 8vo.
1731. The Case of the Coffee-Men of London and Westminster. 12mo.
London. Abstract of the Deed of Settlement of the Amicable Contributionship,
or Hand-in-Hand Fire Office.
Case of the Silk-Weavers ; likewise the Case of the Parish of St.
“ Mansion-House." 4to. The Exercise of Arms to be performed by the Hon. the Artillery Com
pany, 1st August, 1728. An Act for the preventing of the Multiplicity of Buildings in and about the Suburbs of London. folio.
London. 1657. 204 The Liberties, &c. of London. 4to.
London. 1642. Another Edition. 4to.
204 Remarks upon the Case of the fifteen Coal-Meeters of the City of London. 4to.
London. 1714. A modest Enquiry concerning the Election of the Sheriffs of London, &c. 4to.
London. 1682. The Lord Mayor of London's Vindication, &c. touching the Election
of Sheriffs. 4to. A List of the Poll for Members of Parliament for the City of London.
1713. The Folly of publick Resentments for private Disappointments ; or,
the Grounds of the Discontent arising from the Choice of a Town
London, 1708. 265 The pleasant Walkes of Moore-Fields ; being the Guift of two Sisters,
now beautified, to the continuing Fame of this worthy Citty; by Rich Johnson. 4to.
Painting as have been placed in Guildhall at the Expence of the
London. 1783. Critical Observations on the Buildings and Improvements of London. 4to.
London. 1771. An abridged State of the Weather at London for one Year, by S. Horsley, L. L. D. 4to.
1775. London and Westminster improved, illustrated by Plans, by John Gwynn. 4to.
London, 1766. Public Improvement; or, a Plan for making a convenient and hand
some Communication between the Cities of London and Westminster, by William Pickett, Esq. 4to.
Temple Bar; for making a more commodious Street at Snow
35 Geo. III. folio.
London. 1712. An Answer to a Pamphlet entituld“ Frauds and Abuses at St. Paul's.” 12mo.
London. 1713. Fact against Scandal: or, a Collection of Testimonials, Affidavits, and
other authentick Proofs, in Answer to “ Frauds and Abuses, &c.” 12mo.
London. 1713. 285 A Continuation of the Frauds and Abuses at St. Paul's; in Answer to “ Fact against Scandal.” 12mo.
London. 1713. The second part of Fact against Scandal, in Answer to the “ Continua« tion of Frauds, &c." 12mo.
London. 1713. 28 An Abstract of a Treatise concerning the Payment of Tythes and Oblations in London, 4to.
London. 1641. The Articles of Lete and Courte for the Lyberties of Southwarke. 4to.
London, 1561. Orders appointed to be executed in the Cittie of London, for setting
Roges, and idle Persons to Worke, and for Releefe of the Poore. 4to.
London. 1579. A profitable and necessarie Discourse, for the Meeting with the bad Garbelling of Spices, used in these Daies. 4to.
London, Anno Quarto Henrici Octavi. These be the Statutes established in
diuers Parlyaments, for the Mistery of the Pewterers of London, &c. 4to.
London. 1593. The Liberties &c. of London, collected by Sir J. Colthrop, Kt. 4to.
London. 1642. The City-Law, or, the Course and Practice in all manner of juridicall
Proceedings in the Hustings in Guild-Hall, englished, out of an ancient French Manuscript. 4to.
London. 1647. Orders taken and enacted for Orphans and their Portions. 1580. 4to.
Raising of the Prizes of Coals. 1664. 4to.
Wharfs and Keys of the new Channel of Bridewell-Dock, and
London. 1676. The Priviledges of the Citizens of London contained in the Charters, &c. 4to.
London. 1682. 45 Gesta Grayorum : or, the History of the High and mighty Prince,
Henry, &c. who reigned and died A. D. 1594: together with a Masque, as it was presented for the Entertainment of Q. Elizabeth. 4to.
London. 1688. A true and perfect Narrative of the strange and unexpected Finding
the Crucifix and Gold-Chain of that pious Prince, St. Edward the King and Confessor. 4to.
London. 1688. The State and Case of a Design for the better Education of Thousands