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Author Great Britain.

Title An Act to explain and amend an Act passed in the sixth year of His Majesty's reign, intituled, An Act for ascertaining the breadths, and preventing frauds and abuses in manufacturing serges, pladdings, and fingrums : and for regulating the manufactures of stockings in tha part of Great Britain called Scotland, so far as the same relates to serges.

Published [London] : [printed by John Baskett, and by the assigns of Henry Hills, deceas'd], [1724]

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Uniform title Public General Acts. 1724. 10 Geo.I.c.18.
Physical description 2 unnumbered pages,331-336 pages ; 2⁰
Notes At head of drop-head title: 'Anno decimo Georgii Regis.' - Text in black letter.
Last word of first line of text: 'Sixth'; first word of line below initial: 'thereupon,'; last word of last full line of text: 'contained'.
Issued separately with a general titlepage, and also as part of: 'Anno Regni Georgii Regis .. decimo. At the Parliament begun .. the ninth day of October, anno Dom. 1722. .. And from thence continued by several prorogations to the ninth day of January, 1723. Being the second session of this present Parliament.' - Imprint from general titlepage.
Reproduction of original from "Department of Special Collections, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas".
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns.
Notes Great Britain England London.
Subject Poor laws -- Ireland.
Other uniform title Anno Regni Georgii Regis .. decimo. At the Parliament begun .. the ninth day of October, anno Dom. 1722. .. And from thence continued by several prorogations to the ninth day of January, 1723. Being the second session of this present Parliament.