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Apprentices -- England -- Early works to 1800
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The apprentices vvarning-piece. Being a confession of Peter Moore, formerly servant to Mr. Bidgood, apothecary in Exeter, executed there the last assises for poysoning his said master. Wherein is observed such lamentable expressions proceeding from him, as may produce a trembling to all who reade or heare thereof, and be a warning to such leud servants who walk the same steps, lest they receive the same punishment
Moore, Peter, d. 1641
London : Printed, and are to be sold by Henry Walker, 1641
1641
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The apprentices vvarning-piece being a confession of Peter Moore, formerly servant to Mr. Bidgood, apothecary in Exeter, executed there the last assises for poysoning his said master : wherein is observed such lamentable expressions proceeding from him as may produce a trembling to all who reade or heare thereof : and be a warning to such leud servants who walk the same steps, lest they receive the same punishment
Moore, Peter, d. 1641
London : Printed and ... sold by Henry Walker, 1641
1641
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The cities aduocate in this case or question of honor and armes; whether apprentiship extinguisheth gentry? Containing a cleare refutation of the pernicious common errour affirming it, swallowed by Erasmus of Roterdam, Sir Thomas Smith in his common-weale, Sir Iohn Fern in his blazon, Raphe Broke Yorke Herald, and others. With the copies of transcripts of three letters which gaue occasion of this worke
Bolton, Edmund, 1575?-1633?
London : Printed [by Miles Flesher] for William Lee, at the signe of the Turkes Head next to the Miter and Phœnix in Fleet-street, 1629
1629
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A letter to the loyal apprentices in and about London and Westminster, for their making of a noble, extraordinary, rejoycing prossession, on Monday the eleventh of April, 1698 : being His Majesties coronation day, in congratulation of His Majestys safe return home; : and for the honourable, firm, and lasting peace.
Stampe, Anthony
London, : Printed for E. Whitlock, near Stationers-Hall, 1697
1697
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Londons looking-glasse. Or The copy of a letter, written by an English trauayler, to the apprentices of London
D. N
[Saint-Omer : English College Press], Imprinted, anno M.DC.XXI [1621]
1621
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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 ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I)
Imprinted at London : By the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie [i.e. B. Norton and J. Bill, ca. 1618] 1590
1618
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Report of the Bridewell or House Committee, respecting the admission and future regulation of apprentices
Bridewell Royal Hospital (Witley, England)
[London : s.n., 1799]
1799
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