All persons then in trade were obliged to take up their freedom, paying a guinea each, before June 24, 1723, and all future manufacturers being/brcignrr*, upon their request at any publick assembly, were to be admitted and made free of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||An essay towards a topographical history of the county of Norfolk. (Continued from p. 678 [of vol. 3] by C. Parkin).|
|Author||:||Francis Blomefield, Charles Parkin|