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  • * British History Online *

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    Preface

    Preface Preface. It is notoriously evident, that, in the agitation of every important question which has occupied the attention of the City of Bristol during the last ten years, the Corporation and Citizens have been divided: which, it is

    Errata

    Errata ERRATA. Page 6. Robret read Robert, 27. no doubt made read no doubt he made. 29. parcets read parcels. 49. Welsh fires read Welsh fries. 57. All keepers read Also the keep'. after Mr. Mayor read vnto the

    Chapter 1, Origins of the grant of the town of Bristol

    Chapter 1 Origins of the grant of the town of Bristol Bristol Town Duties. A collection of original and interesting documents. Origin of the Grant of the Town of Bristol. On consulting our early Historians we find, that for

    Chapter 2, Origin of the town dues

    Chapter 2 Origin of the town dues CHAPTER II. ORIGIN OF THE TOWN DUES. We have already shown, in our former Chapter, that the Corporation, as Grantees under the Crown, have an unquestionable right to a certain Toll, called

    Chapter 3, Murage, keyage and pavage

    Chapter 3 Murage, keyage and pavage Chapter III. ORIGIN OF THE TOWN DUES. In the first part of these Inquiries, the reader will observe, that it has been there stated, that on the 29th May, in the 17th year

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