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 - Political Science - 133 pages
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