An ordinance and declaration of both Houses of Parliament sent to the Lord Maior [sic] of London, for the religious observation of the Lords Day, commonly called Sunday. And a command from the Maior, directed to all church-wardens and constables, in every ward in the City of London, for the due execution thereof. Also concerning the election of certaine new captaines chosen for the security of the city, in these dangerous times, with the names of the said captaines, chosen for the new militia. Also a relation of a late tumult, happening in Chancery Lane, by certaine gentlemen of Lincolns-Inne, to the great disturbance and amazement of all the inhabitants. /
Printed for Iohn Wright.
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