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Title: An abstract of the grieuances of the poore clerkes of his Maiesties custome-house London: by reason of letters pattents lately obtained for the erecting of a new office called the office of clerke of the bils in all his Maiesties custome-houses of England, contained likewise in briefe in a petition by them exhibited vnto this honorable assembly: as also relating the grieuances and inconueniences that do arise thereby to many merchants and tradesmen of the Citie of London: as by certificates vnder the hands of neare three hundred of them (annexed to the said petition) may appeare: viz.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An abstract of the grieuances of the poore clerkes of his Maiesties custome-house London: by reason of letters pattents lately obtained for the erecting of a new office called the office of clerke of the bils in all his Maiesties custome-houses of England, contained likewise in briefe in a petition by them exhibited vnto this honorable assembly: as also relating the grieuances and inconueniences that do arise thereby to many merchants and tradesmen of the Citie of London: as by certificates vnder the hands of neare three hundred of them (annexed to the said petition) may appeare: viz.
[London: W. Jones, 1621]
Subject terms:
Customhouses -- England
Customs administration -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A72812.0001.001

Contents
An Abstract of the grieuances of the poore Clerkes of his Maiesties Custome-house London, by reason of Letters Pattents lately obtained for the erecting of a new Office called the Office of Clerke of the Bils in all his Maiesties Custome-houses of England, contained likewise in briefe in a petition by them exhibited vnto this honorable Assembly: as also relating the grieuances and inconueniences that do arise thereby to many Merchants and Tradesmen of the Citie of London: as by certificates vnder the hands of neare three hundred of them (annexed to the said Petition) may appeare: viz.
Hence therefore ariseth the grieuances of the said poore Clerkes: which grieuances, together with the dammage to the Merchants and Shop-keepers, do consist in these particulars following.