An Historical Treatise of English Cities, and Burghs Or Boroughs: Shewing Their Original, and Whence, and from Whom They Received Their Liberties, Privileges, and Immunities : what They Were, and what Made and Constituted a Free Burgh, and Free Burgesses : Also when They First Sent Their Representatives to Parliament. With a Brief Account of the Burgh-laws of Scotland, and when First Published. A Concurrent Discourse of Most Matters, and Things Incident, Or Relating Thereto. Also an Explanation of Several Antient Words Used in Charters, &c

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Printed, and sold by D. Browne, at the Black-Swan, without Temple-Bar, 1722 - Municipal government - 133 pages
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