|Title:||The reply of Richard Peirce farmer of the duties of package, scavage, balliage and portage; to a paper intituled, The case of Thomas Kilner relating to the duties of package, scavage, &c. lately industriuously dispersed.|
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The reply of Richard Peirce farmer of the duties of package, scavage, balliage and portage; to a paper intituled, The case of Thomas Kilner relating to the duties of package, scavage, &c. lately industriuously dispersed.
[London: s.n., 1698]
|Alternate titles:||Case of Richard Peirce. Reply of Richard Peirce the present farmer of the scavage duties, to Kilner's case.|
Imprint from Wing.
With docket title: The reply of Richard Peirce the present farmer of the scavage duties, to Kilner's case.
On verso: The case of Richard Peirce ..; docket title below.
Copy has extreme print showthrough on both sides.
Reproduction of the original at the Harvard University Library.
Land settlement -- Law and legislation -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Landlord and tenant -- England -- Early works to 1800.
The REPLY OF RICHARD PEIRCE, Farmer of the Duties of Package, Scavage, Balliage and Portage; to a Paper Intituled, The Care of Thomas Kilner Relating to the Duties of Package, Scavage, &c. lately Industriously Dispersed.
REASONS why the Contract made by the Committee of City-Lands with Col. Peirce ought to be confirmed, and Mr. Kilner's Proposal rejected.
The CASE OF RICHARD PEIRCE, Citizen and Grocer of London, and Collector and Farmer of Package, Scavage, &c.