|Author:||Layer, John, 1585?-1641.|
|Title:||The office and dutie of constables, churchwardens and other the overseers of the poore together with the office and dutie of the surveyours of the high-wayes / collected for the help and benefit of such as are ignorant and unskilfull in the discharge and execution of the said offices.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The office and dutie of constables, churchwardens and other the overseers of the poore together with the office and dutie of the surveyours of the high-wayes / collected for the help and benefit of such as are ignorant and unskilfull in the discharge and execution of the said offices.
Layer, John, 1585?-1641.
Cambridge: Printed by Roger Daniel and are to be sold by Francis Eaglesfield ..., 1641.
"To the reader" signed: John Layer.
Imperfect: pages stained and torn with loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois Library.
Constables -- England.
Police, Rural -- England.
To the Reader.
A brief direction touch∣ing the office and duty of Con∣stables, collected for the help of such as are unskilfull and ignorant in the dis∣charge and executi∣on of the said office.
Directions touching the office and duty of the Overseers for the Poore.
The Office and Duty of Surveyers for the a∣mending of High∣wayes.