The charters of London, or, The second part of Londons liberty in chaines discovered in which by the ancient, rationall, and fundamental charters of the famous city of London is proved and declared that it is the true and undeniable right of all and every the barons, burgesses, free-men, or commoners of London to have their free vote in chusing out annually from amongst themselves a Lord Major, two sheriffes and all their aldermen ... : also it is declared to be the right of the said barons or commons to chuse the bridge-masters, chamberlain, common-clerk, and common-sergeant, &c., of the city of London ... : unto which charters is annexed a discourse to prove that though kings or parliaments may confirme unto the people their rights, freedoms and liberties, yet it lies not in their poweer to take them from them againe ... : in which is also proved that all pattentee-monopolizing-corporations are against and destructive to the fundamental laws of England ... : with divers other things worth the knowedg of all the free-men not only of London but of all England /
Printed at London :
Decemb. 18, 1646.
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