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Showing 1 - 20 of 38 Results for subject:"Constables -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800."
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by G. H
London : Printed by M. Hitchie, Middle Street, Cloth Fair, and sold by S. Sael, Strand, T. Conder, Bucklersbury, and T. Burnett, Tabernacle Walk, Finsbury Square, October, 1799
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by J. P. (Gent.)
London : Printed by the assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, Esquires, and are to be sold by most booksellers in London, 1709
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Uniform title: Duties of constables, borsholders, tithingmen, and such other low ministers of the peace
by Lambarde, William, 1536-1601
London : Printed by Miles Flesher, Io. Haviland, and Robert Young, the assignes of Iohn Moore Esquire, [1633]
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by Sheppard, William, -1675?
London : Printed by Ric. Hodgkinsonne with permission of the assignes of John Moore, Esq. for William Cooke and Philip Nevill, 1641
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London : Printed by J. Downing in Bartholomew-close near West-Smithfield: and are to be sold by D. Brown at the Black Swan and Bible without Temple Bar, 1701
 
 
London : Printed by J. Downing in Bartholomew-close near West-Smithfield: and are to be sold by D. Brown at the Black Swan and Bible without Temple Bar, 1701
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by J. P., Gent
London : Printed by the assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, Esquires, and are to be sold by most booksellers in London, 1709
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