APA Citation

Ravenhill, W. (1686). The case of the Company of Grocers stated: And their condition in their present circumstances truly represented: together with a short account of their original; how eminent they have been in this city; and also of some of their antient priviledges and usages. And an account of the rebuilding and enlarging their Hall, consumed by the fire, happening anno. 1666. To which is added A short account of their charter and confirmation, with enlargement of priviledges granted by his late Majesty, King Charles the second, of blessed memory, upon their surrender, and petition, after the quo warranto, brought against them. And their by-laws and ordinances thereupon made, for well governing their members and mystery. Designed for information, satisfaction, and benefit of the members, and vindication of the Company, and encouragement of their benefactors. Licensed March 29. 1686. Rob. Midgeley. London: printed for the Company of Grocers.

Chicago Style Citation

Ravenhill, William. The Case of the Company of Grocers Stated: And Their Condition in Their Present Circumstances Truly Represented: Together With a Short Account of Their Original; How Eminent They Have Been in This City; and Also of Some of Their Antient Priviledges and Usages. And an Account of the Rebuilding and Enlarging Their Hall, Consumed By the Fire, Happening Anno. 1666. To Which Is Added A Short Account of Their Charter and Confirmation, With Enlargement of Priviledges Granted By His Late Majesty, King Charles the Second, of Blessed Memory, Upon Their Surrender, and Petition, After the Quo Warranto, Brought against Them. And Their By-laws and Ordinances Thereupon Made, for Well Governing Their Members and Mystery. Designed for Information, Satisfaction, and Benefit of the Members, and Vindication of the Company, and Encouragement of Their Benefactors. Licensed March 29. 1686. Rob. Midgeley. London: printed for the Company of Grocers, 1686.

MLA Citation

Ravenhill, William. The Case of the Company of Grocers Stated: And Their Condition in Their Present Circumstances Truly Represented: Together With a Short Account of Their Original; How Eminent They Have Been in This City; and Also of Some of Their Antient Priviledges and Usages. And an Account of the Rebuilding and Enlarging Their Hall, Consumed By the Fire, Happening Anno. 1666. To Which Is Added A Short Account of Their Charter and Confirmation, With Enlargement of Priviledges Granted By His Late Majesty, King Charles the Second, of Blessed Memory, Upon Their Surrender, and Petition, After the Quo Warranto, Brought against Them. And Their By-laws and Ordinances Thereupon Made, for Well Governing Their Members and Mystery. Designed for Information, Satisfaction, and Benefit of the Members, and Vindication of the Company, and Encouragement of Their Benefactors. Licensed March 29. 1686. Rob. Midgeley. London: printed for the Company of Grocers, 1686.

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