The Resource Proofs of the necessity of the repeal of the Act of 5th Elizabeth, Chap. 4, commonly called the Statute of Apprentices, so far as the same regards certain penalities ; set forth in remarks upon a statement which has appeared in the public prints of the 'objections' to the said repeal, with an explanation of the views of those who wish for its continuance

Proofs of the necessity of the repeal of the Act of 5th Elizabeth, Chap. 4, commonly called the Statute of Apprentices, so far as the same regards certain penalities ; set forth in remarks upon a statement which has appeared in the public prints of the 'objections' to the said repeal, with an explanation of the views of those who wish for its continuance

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Proofs of the necessity of the repeal of the Act of 5th Elizabeth, Chap. 4, commonly called the Statute of Apprentices, so far as the same regards certain penalities ; set forth in remarks upon a statement which has appeared in the public prints of the 'objections' to the said repeal, with an explanation of the views of those who wish for its continuance
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Proofs of the necessity of the repeal of the Act of 5th Elizabeth, Chap. 4, commonly called the Statute of Apprentices, so far as the same regards certain penalities ; set forth in remarks upon a statement which has appeared in the public prints of the 'objections' to the said repeal, with an explanation of the views of those who wish for its continuance
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  • Apprentices
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Proofs of the necessity of the repeal of the Act of 5th Elizabeth, Chap. 4, commonly called the Statute of Apprentices, so far as the same regards certain penalities ; set forth in remarks upon a statement which has appeared in the public prints of the 'objections' to the said repeal, with an explanation of the views of those who wish for its continuance
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18 cm.
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31 p.
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Proofs of the necessity of the repeal of the Act of 5th Elizabeth, Chap. 4, commonly called the Statute of Apprentices, so far as the same regards certain penalities ; set forth in remarks upon a statement which has appeared in the public prints of the 'objections' to the said repeal, with an explanation of the views of those who wish for its continuance
Publication
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
31 p.

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