A friendly dialogue between a livery-man and a freeman of the City of London concerning the late proceedings at Guild-Hall, in the election of sheriffs, and other officers for the City of London, and county of Middlesex, for the year ensuing. In order to the right stating and clearing up the controversie between the Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, and the livery-men of the respective companies, as to their present establishment. By a true and most sincere well-wisher to the peace, plenty and prosperity of this most antient and renowned corporation, and to all the members and inhabitants thereof. Beati Pacifici.
printed, and sold by John Whitlock, in Stationers-Court, near Stationers-Hall,
|Edition:||The second edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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