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Commune concilium tentum in camera Guild-Hall ciuitatis London septimo die Aprilis, anno Regni Domini nostri Iacobi dei gratia Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, Regis fidei defensoris &c. viz. Angliæ, Franciæ & Hiberniæ decimo nono, & Scotiæ quinquagesimo quarto, coram Francisco Iones milite, Maiore ciuitatis prædict, Heanagio Finch Armigero, recordatore eiusdem ciuitatis, Thoma Bennet milite, Thoma Low milite, ... Roberto Ducy eiusdem ciuitatis vice-comibus, necnon maiore parte communiariorum dictæ ciuitatis existent assemblant &c. An act for the reformation of the negligences of constables, and of the abuses and misdemeanors of apprentises, carmen, and others, and for the better apprehension of the offendors.
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A letter to the loyal apprentices in and about London and Westminster, for their making of a noble, extraordinary, rejoycing prossession, on Monday the eleventh of April, 1698 : being His Majesties coronation day, in congratulation of His Majestys safe return home; : and for the honourable, firm, and lasting peace. /
by Stampe, Anthony.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The honour of London apprentices: exemplified, in a briefe historicall narration; containing many heroicall actions done by (some in particular, the rest in generall) prentices of the most renowned, and (in that regard) truly honourable City of London, both at home and abroad. In long, fore-past, present, and moderne times. /
by A well-Wisher to What Himselfe Once Was.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
An additionall ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning dayes of recreation, allowed unto schollers, apprentices and other servants. Die Lunæ 28 Junii. 1647. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
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A just and modest vindication of the many thousand loyal apprentices that presented an humble address to the Lord Mayor of London: in which is manifested the reason, why they engaged themselves in such an affair: and, that they have so great a veneration and esteem for parliaments, because they are the wisest, best and safest counsellors any prince can consult and confide in, for redressing the grievances of the nation, and to make himself and his kingdom happy: as is clearly though briefly evinced in the following discourse.
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The Protestation and declaration the well affected young men and prentises in and about the city of London and other parts adjoyning wherein they declare their resolutions to live and dye in defence of the the true protestant religion now prosest : in confutation of divers petitions and scandalous pamphlets lately printed in their names to the contrary and presented to the High Court of Parliament.
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The apprentices vvarning-piece being a confession of Peter Moore, formerly servant to Mr. Bidgood, apothecary in Exeter, executed there the last assises for poysoning his said master : wherein is observed such lamentable expressions proceeding from him as may produce a trembling to all who reade or heare thereof : and be a warning to such leud servants who walk the same steps, lest they receive the same punishment.
by Moore, Peter, d. 1641.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A True remonstrance of the vpright apprentices of London shewing their good affections to the King and Parliament, and the reason of their dislike of the malignants petition for peace : with a full copy of their honest petition.
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The honour of an apprentice of London Wherein is declared his matchless manhood, and brave adventures done by him in Turkey, and by what means he married the Kings daughter of that same country. The tune is, All you that are good fellows.
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This indenture made [blank] witnesseth that son of [blank] hath put himselfe apprentice [blank] to the University of Oxon [blank] to learne his art, and him after the manner of an apprentice to serve from the [blank] of [blank] yeares from thence next following fully to be compleat and ended ...
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