Price, Rees, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The interesting trial, (lately tried before Mr. Justice Burrrough and a special jury) of Price versus Marsh, Stracey, Fauntleroy and Graham, (bankers of Berners street,) [electronic resource] : wherein will appear the law and custom of banking and how far the entries of bankers in the pass-book will entitle a person to recover without proof of actual payment, should such entries be subsequently erased, altered, alledged as errors or disputed, a fac simile of the figures sworn by the clerks of the defendants to have been mistaken for others, the application to and refusal of the court to grant the defendants a new trial, with the opinions of the judges on the case delivered at great length / taken in short hand.
Price regulation -- Connecticut. : At a General Assembly of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, [electronic resource] : holden at Hartford, by adjournment, on the 12th day of February, A.D. 1778. An act for the regulation of the prices of labor, produce, manufactures, and commodities within this state.
Price regulation -- Connecticut -- Groton. : The civil authority and select-men of the town of Groton, [electronic resource] : met agreeable to the direction of an act of the General Assembly of this state, passed at Hartford, 12th Feb. 1778, for regulating the price of labour, internal produce, manufactures, and inn-keepers within said town, which is as follows, viz. ...
Price regulation -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : VVhereas at the open generall quarter sessions of the publick peace holden for the city of London, at the Guildhall of the same city on Munday the three and twentieth day of Aprill, in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred fifty and five; ... [electronic resource]
Price regulation -- England -- Oxford -- Early works to 1800. : Univers. Oxon. The price of provision, appointed by the Reverend Timothy Halton, Doctor of Divinity [electronic resource] : Provost of Queens-Colledge, and Vice-Chancellor to the most illustrious James Duke of Ormond, &c. Chancellor of the University, His Majesties clerk of this market. VVhich prices all sellers are required not to exceed.
Price regulation -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Early works to 1800. : By Alderman Edmond Reily present Deputy Lord Mayor of the city of Dublin. [electronic resource] : Whereas several of the inhabitants of the said city and liberties thereof, and many of His Majesties army, and others now residing in the same, ...
Price regulation Law and legislation -- See Price regulation --subdivision Prices--Law and legislation under individual products and other objects; also subdivision Prices--Law and legislation under industries where one general subject heading for the products of that industry is lacking, e.g. Construction industry--Prices--Law and legislation
Price regulation -- Massachusetts -- Essex County. : Proceedings of a convention of delegates from eighteen towns in the county of Essex, [electronic resource] : begun and held at Ipswich, in said county, on Thursday, the nineteenth day of August, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine, for the purpose of carrying into effect the resolutions of the convention, began and held at Concord, on the fourteenth day of July last ...
Price regulation -- Massachusetts -- Ipswich. : The Price Act or, the list of prices now in force in the town of Ipswich, for the prevention of monopoly and oppression. [electronic resource] : At a meeting of the select-men and committees of correspondence, inspection and safety ... February 10, 1777. Whereas by an act of the great and General Court of this state ... the following articles shall not be sold for a higher price in the town of Ipswich, than is hereafter set ...
Price regulation -- Massachusetts -- Newburyport. : In pursuance of an act from the great and General Court, of the state of Massachusetts-Bay, entitled an "Act to prevent monopoly and oppression," the selectmen and committee of the town of Newbury-Port, have set and affixed the following prices to the articles herein after enumerated ... [electronic resource]
Price regulation -- Massachusetts -- Wenham. : The Price Act: or, the list of the prices now in force in the town of Wenham, for the prevention of monopoly and oppression. [electronic resource] : At a meeting of the select-men and committee of safety, in Wenham, (Massachusetts state) March 14, 1777. Whereas by an act of the great and General Court of this state ... the following articles shall not be sold for a higher price in the town of Wenham, than is herein hereafter enumerated, viz.
Price regulation -- Massachusetts -- Worcester County. : Proceedings of the convention, began and held at Worcester, in and for the county of Worcester, on the 3d day of August, 1779. [electronic resource] : For the purpose of carrying into effect the several interesting and important measures, first recommended by Congress to the inhabitants of the United states, and since, to the inhabitants of this state by a convention of their delegates at Concord on the 14th ult. ...