The carmens remonstrance, or a reply to the false and scurrilous papers of the woodmongers,by them put out against the carremen in a way of opposing them in getting of their charter, and a vindication of the carmens intentions against the scandal of the vvoodmongers. Directed to the right honourable, Alexander Garland esquire, and the rest of the committee of Parliament who heard the businesse between the woodmongers and the carmen. And likewise to the Lord Mayor and court of Aldermen of the City of London. By Stephen Spratt solicitor for the carremen.
Printed at London :
by G. Dawson,
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