2 edition of charters, ordinances, and bye-laws of The Mercers" Company. found in the catalog.
charters, ordinances, and bye-laws of The Mercers" Company.
Worshipful Company of Mercers
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|Pagination||96 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Mercers' Company (London, England) The charters, ordinances, and bye-laws of The Mercers' Company First Edition Hardback London: privately printed, Very Good Book Publishing Details Author: Mercers' Company (London, England).
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2 The Charters, Ordinances, and Bye-Laws of the Mercers' Company, ed. Selby (London: Wyman and Author: Matthew W. Irvin. Between the year when the above Fundamental Laws and Ordinances were approved, and the yearvarious resolutions of the Court, having the effect of Bye Laws for the governance of the business of the Company having been passed, some of these resolutions were of a conflicting character, and con- sequently a new set of Bye Laws were.
Bye Laws Between the year when the above Fundamental Laws and Ordinances were approved, and the yearvarious resolutions of the Court, and bye-laws of The Mercers Company.
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The Livery Companies of London. but the ancient Charters themselves, although usually conceived to be the reverse of entertaining, disclose various curious facts, illustrating the simplicity of early times, and of the infant state of commerce.
The government of the various Companies was by bye-laws or ordinances—the preserving of. Observations on the Clothworkers' Company. Clothworkers Company. Observations on the Evidence given by the Witnesses before the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the City of London Livery Companies, especially so far as the same relates to, or affects, the Clothworkers' Company.
The Bye Laws of Dorchester - dated 22nd October Pages 56 to 58 [See comments at the end of this section concerning the delay of 11 years] The Charter granted by James I. to the Borough of Dorchester, 26th June,provided that no person not being a free burgess or free inhabitant of the Borough should presume to exercise any art, occupation or mistery, or use.
“Divers and many ordinances have been made by many and divers private bodies corporate within cities, towns, and boroughs contrary to the King’s prerogative, his laws, and the common weal of his subjects:” in future therefore the Gilds are prohibited from making any new by-laws or ordinances concerning the prices of wares and other things.
It gives us, therefore, no ordinances: nothing but a few, though highly interesting, Charters. The earliest of these is the following:— [supplied by ed.] *. [The absence of any ordinances, in the returns made by this and the like Gilds, is much to be regretted.
The annual revenue of the company, derived from their property, from the annual contribution of 5s. by each member of the company, from the payment of £1, 2s.
on the enrollment of an apprentice, on the admission to the freedom of the company, when obtained by patrimony, of £1, 18s.
or by servitude, of £1, 15s. with fines, and. Page - And whereas in divers cities, towns, and boroughs a certain custom hath prevailed, and certain bye laws hath been made, that no person, not being free of a city, town, or borough, or of certain guilds, mysteries, or trading companies within the same, or some or one of them, shall keep any shop or place for putting to show or sale any or certain wares or merchandize.
There are bodies of "Bye-laws, Acts, and Ordinances," made so late as A.D. andbearing the signatures, in approval of them, of the Justices of Assize in those years. (See before, p. ) One of James the Second's unlucky Charters (17 October, 3.
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The Chair of the Master of the Salters' Company: Bell (cast ) from All Hallows', Staining, belonging to the Grocers' Company: The Hall of the Mercers' Company: Entrance Colonnade and Site of Ancient Cloister: (From a drawing by A. Quinton) Merchant Taylors' Company—the Kitchen Crypt: Samuel Pepys's Loving Cup: The corporate origins of judicial review.
Link/Page Citation these companies were "bodies corporate and politic" with the power to "make good and reasonable bye-laws and ordinances." (79) The ordinances regulated those within and without the company. The companies thus "brought in their Book of Ordinances, which, not being approved of.
The collection consisted of some 1o,ooo vols. of MSS. and more tooo original rolls, charters, etc. In the Catalogue Bibliothecee Harleiana, of A.D. 18o8, the number is thus described: " A very thin book in 4to, wherein I find‑1. ~o$04p. gould's. history. throughout. of the. freemasonry world.
revised by dudley wright editor of the masonic news. Their bye-laws are particularly interesting, and give minute directions with regard to their profession.
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