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eBook Early History of the Goldsmiths' Company, 1327-1509: Including the Book of Ordinances, 1478-88 ePub

by Lorna E.M. Walker,T.F. Reddaway

  • ISBN: 0713157496
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Lorna E.M. Walker,T.F. Reddaway
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Arnold Publishers; First Edition edition (September 18, 1975)
  • Pages: 408
  • ePub book: 1195 kb
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The Company’s early history, from 1327-1509 was the subject of a book by . The minute books and committee books contain much of the narrative of the Company’s property ownership

The Company’s early history, from 1327-1509 was the subject of a book by . Reddaway and Lorna M. Walker (The early history of the Goldsmiths’ Company 1327-1509: the book of ordinances 1478-83. London, Edward Arnold & C. 1975). The minute books and committee books contain much of the narrative of the Company’s property ownership. Other series include lease books and volumes of contracts for leases; assignments and alienations exist in the 17th century; a 1651 Committee of Survey; and estate maps of 1692 by John Ward.

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Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, to 1509. Guilds - England Plate

Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, to 1509. Guilds - England Plate. Notes: Responsibility: by T. F. Reddaway; prepared for publication with additional material including the first volume of the Company's ordinances and statutes: the Book of ordinances, 1478-83, by Lorna E. M. Walker.

F. Reddaway and L. E. Walker, ‘The Early History of the Goldsmiths’ Company 1327–1509’, London, 1975, xixGoogle Scholar. T. Walker, Op. ci. 70Google Scholar. 2. Richard, Son of Nigel, ‘Dialogus de Scaccario’, translation by C. Johnson, London, 1950, 36–38Google Scholar. 3. John Stow, ‘A Survey of London’, translation by C. L. Kingsford, Oxford, 1908, 149 and 306Google Scholar. 4. Annual Report of the Mint, London, 1963Google Scholar. 7. R. Ruding, ‘Annals of the Coinage’, 3rd e. London, 1840, Vol. I, 73Google Scholar. 8. G. V. Newman, Gold Bull, 1975, 8, (3), 90Google Scholar.

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Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths. Book of ordinances, 1478-83

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The Early History of the Goldsmiths' Company, 1327-1509, including the Book of Ordinances, 1478-83. The Early History of the Goldsmiths' Company, 1327-1509, including the Book of Ordinances, 1478-83. Walker (pp. 680-681).

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3 T. Reddaway and Lorna E. Walker, The Early History of the Goldsmiths’ Company 1327-1509 . 11 The oldest extant ordinances of the craft, mainly dealing with occupational matters, were approved by the mayor and aldermen in 1344.

3 T. Walker, The Early History of the Goldsmiths’ Company 1327-1509, London 1975. 4 Rawcliffe, ‘Guild Almshouses’. 12 As with other organizations of crafts and trades, the cutlers established a fraternity. 13 This fraternity, which was probably dedicated to the Holy Trinity, was established in the Charterhouse in 1370, according to the ordinances of ‘la Fraternite de Cotellers’.