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By the Queene. Whereas of late yeeres, there hath ben an intermission of the free traffike of marchauntes, betwixt the kyngdomes and countreyes of the Queenes Maiestrie of Englande, and the Kyng of Portugall, by reason of certayne stayes and arrestes made of diuers subiectes on both partes ...
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A proclamacion, set furthe by the kynges Maiestie, with the aduise of his highnes moste honorable counsail, the xvij. of July, in the v. yere of his highnes most prosperous reigne, wherein diuers wholsome and profitable lawes, made against regrators, forstallers, and engrossers, &c., are mencioned and recited
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Rules and directions to be observed by the ware-house-keeper, and by the severall officers of the customes, and others that shall make any stay or seizures, or demises of any goods or merchandizes for custome-causes within the port of London
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White-Hall. May 8. 1654. By the Commissioners for Appeals and Regulating the Excise. It is ordered, (that notwithstanding the additionall ordinance for the excise) the Commissioners of Excise do forbear to make repayment of any monies upon exportation ...
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Whereas [Henry Erle of Huntingdon] hath paid in ready mony to Sir Thomas Smith Knight, Treasurer of Virginea [sic], the somme of [fortye powndes] for his aduentures towards the said voiage ... Written this [forth] of [Aprill] Anno Domini 1610.
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Reasons humbly offered to the honorable, the members of the House of Commons, on the behalf of several persons, concerned in the makeing, carving, turning, and caneing of chairs, in and about the city of London why the same trades ought not to be suppressed, as is designed by the upholsters, by a petition preferred to this honorable House, to that intent and purpose.
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