|Author:||Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671.|
|Title:||A warrant of the Lord General Fairfax to the Marshall Generall of the Army,: to put in execution the former ordinances & orders of Parliament, and act of Common Councell, concerning the regulating of printing, and dispersing of scandalous pamphlets. Whereunto is annexed the said ordinances and orders.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A warrant of the Lord General Fairfax to the Marshall Generall of the Army,: to put in execution the former ordinances & orders of Parliament, and act of Common Councell, concerning the regulating of printing, and dispersing of scandalous pamphlets. Whereunto is annexed the said ordinances and orders.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671., Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684.
London: Printed by John Macock, for John Partridge, MDCXLIX.
Freedom of the press -- England
Censorship -- England
Press law -- Great Britain
Great Britain -- History
A Coppy of the WARRANT OF THE Lord General Fairfax TO THE Marshal General of the Army.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE LORDS & COMMONS Assembled in PARLIAMENT, Against Ʋnlicensed or Scandalous Pamphlets, AND For the better Regulating of PRINTING.
Die Mercurii, 14 Junii, 1643.
Die Jovis, 9 Martii, 1642.
13 March, 1642. At the Committee of the House of Commons for Ex∣aminations.
An Act of Common councel, for the prohibiting of all persons whatsoever, from crying or putting to sale about the streets in this City and Liberties, any pam∣phlets, books or papers whatsoever, by way of hawk∣ing to be sold, and for the punishment of the offen∣ders therein, according to the Custom and Law of this City.