By the Queene. A proclamation for the reformation of sundry abuses about making of clothes called Deuonshire kersies, or dozens, whereby the statutes made in Queene Maries time, for the weight, length, and breadth thereof, may be duely obserued hereafter.
[Imprinted at London :
By the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie,
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by: Napadensky, Eugene.
by: Paleczny, Barbara.
by: Buck, Anne.
by: Well-wisher to that trade, and the true English interest.
by: Litchfield, F.
by: Forsberg, Krister, 1943-
by: Russell, Joycelyne Gledhill.