The charter and grants of the Company of Stationers of the city of London, now in force, containing a plain and rational account of the freemen's rights and privileges, ... To which is added, an appendix: shewing, that the court of assistants was imposed upon the freemen by a charter granted by Charles II. ...
printed by R. Nutt,
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|Item Description:||Includes: 'The charter granted .. in the third and fourth of Philip and Mary', 'Letters patents granted .. in the first year of King James I.', 'Letters patents granted .. in the thirteenth year of King James I.', and 'The charter granted .. in the thirty sixth year of King Charles II.', each with a divisional titlepage.|
Published by Thomas Osborne and his son as a protest against the officers of the Stationers' Company.
Reproduction of original from the Harvard University Houghton Library.
|Physical Description:||,xvi,65,,28,p.,plate ; 8⁰.|