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    Appendix 1, Chapter 6 APPENDIX.

    Groats for Candles and Bread; I told him I never was us'd to such Food. An aged Man with a Broom I espy'd, I thought he'd been going to sweep the Streets, He told me he would me a Lodging

    Book 5, Chapter 11 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Brewers.]

    Drinkers thirsty, they might drink the more. And that for Cheapness, when Hops were dear, they put into their Drink, Broom , Bay -berries, Ivy-berries, and such like things. But their Surveyor never found this upon Examination to be true.

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. St Georges Parish. The Mint.

    but ill Built, chiefly Inhabited by Broom Men, and Mumpers. But here are divers large Yards wherein are vast Stocks of Birch , Heath and some only of Broom Staves which the Master Broom Men dispose of to those that

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