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The History of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of London, Vol. 2

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Excerpt from The History of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of London Vol 2 Principally Compiled From Their Grants and Records With an Historical Essay and Accounts of Each Company Its Origins Constitution Government Dress Customs Halls and Trust Estates and CharitiesThe Fishmongers as well the other Victuallers of this city were anciently under the direction the court of Lord Mayor and Alderman which power was confirmed to the magistrates by direction of the court of Lord Mayor and Alderman which power was confirmed to the said magistrates by of Parliament n the seventh of Richard I1 anno The dealers n fish of this city the. N consisted of two communities viz the Salt and Stock fishmongers; the former were Discovery In Bondage incorpo rated by Letters Patent of the eleventh of Henry VIncorpo rated by Letters Patent of the eleventh of Henry VI 1433 and the latter by Charter of the twenty fourth of Henry VII Anno But this division proving preju dicial to the profession Babylon The Concubine S Son in general they were united and werencorporated by Letters Patent of the 28th of Henry VIII Anno 1536 by the appellation of The Wardens and Common alty of the Mystery f Fishmongers of the City of London'About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rar.