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England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I). By the King a proclamation for quickning the lawes made for the reliefe of the poore, and the suppressing, punishing, and setling of the sturdy rogues and vagabonds

García, Carlos. The sonne of the rogue, or The politick theefe With the antiquitie of theeves. A worke no lesse curious then delectable; first written in Spanish by Don Garcia. Afterwards translated into Dutch, and then into French by S.D. Now Englished by W.M

García, Carlos. The sonne of the rogve, or. The politick theefe With the antiqvitie of theeves. A worke no lesse curious then delectable; first written in Spanish by Don Garcia. Afterwards translated into Dutch, and then into French by S.D. Now Englished by W.M

England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I). By the Queene. Whereas aduertisement is giuen vnto vs, that there is at this time dispersed within our city of London, and the suburbs thereof, a great multitude of base and loose people ...

England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I). By the Queene. The Queenes Maiesties proclamation of suppressing of the multitudes of idle vagabonds, and for staying of all vnlawfull assemblies, especially in and about the citie of London, and for orders to punish the same

England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I). By the Queene. Where the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, being giuen to vnderstand of a very great outrage lately committed by some apprentices, and others being masterlesse men, and vagrant persons, in and about the suburbs of the citie of London ...