Browsing by Author "Wilde, William, Sir, 1611?-1679."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Londons liberties, or, A learned argument of law and reason, before the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Council, at Guild-Hall between Mr. Maynard, now the Kings eldest serjeant at law, Mr. Hales, late Lord Chief Justice of the Kings Bench, and Mr. Wilde, lately one of the justices of the same court, of council for the Livery-men of London, and Major John Wildman, and Mr. John Price, of council for the Freemen of London : wherein the freedom of the citizens of London in their elections of their mayor, sheriffs, aldermen, and common-council-men, is fully debated, their most ancient charters examined, and on both hands agreed to be but a confirmation of their former rights : with their opinions concerning the forfeiture of Londons charter.Date of publication:
1682Author(s):Description:Identified in reel guide and on film as H249;cancelled in Wing (2nd ed.). Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library and Huntington Library.This item contains 4 files (1.76 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)The speech spoken by Sir William Wylde Knight & baronet, one of his Majesties serjeants at law, (and recorder of the City of London.) To his most sacred Majesty Charles the Second: in his passage from the Tovver to White-hall. April 22. 1661. Being the day before his coronation.Date of publication:
1661Author(s):Description:Date of publication from Wing. Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aprill 22". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (37.97 KB).Publicly Available