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Title: An abstract of the grieuances of the maister, vvardens and commonaltie [sic] of the cutlers, paynter-stainers, and book-binders of the Cittie of London: and consequently of all England concerning the pattent or charter of sole making of gold and siluer foliat and the proclamation prohibiting the importation of any into this kingdome, conteyned likewise in briefe in a petition exhibited into the Commons house of Parliament. 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 maister, vvardens and commonaltie [sic] of the cutlers, paynter-stainers, and book-binders of the Cittie of London: and consequently of all England concerning the pattent or charter of sole making of gold and siluer foliat and the proclamation prohibiting the importation of any into this kingdome, conteyned likewise in briefe in a petition exhibited into the Commons house of Parliament. viz.
[London: W. Jones, 1621]
Subject terms:
Gold foil -- England
Metal foils -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A72813.0001.001

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An abstract of the grieuances of the Maister, VVardens and Commonaltie of the Cutlers, Paynter-stainers, and Book-binders of the Cittie of London, and consequently of all England concerning the Pattent or Charter of sole making of Gold and Siluer Foliat and the Proclamation prohibiting the importation of any into this Kingdome, conteyned likewise in briefe in a Petition exhibited into the Commons house of Parliament. viz.
The grieuances therefore arising thereby doe subsist of these particulars following.