A new-years-gift for the tories, alias rapperrees, alias petitioners of London

Representing, in a few particulars, a comparison of the administration of some publick affairs (especially in the City) in the mayoralty of Sir Thomas Pilkington, the present lord mayor, with the administration in the mayoralty of Sir John Moore, Sir William Pritchard, &c in the latter end of the reign of K. Charles II., and in the late K. James"s reign.

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Subjects:

  • Pilkington, Thomas, -- Sir, -- d. 1691 -- Early works to 1800.,
  • London (England) -- History -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800.

Edition Notes

GenreEarly works to 1800.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1817:16.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18746245M

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A new-years-gift for the tories, alias rapperrees, alias petitioners of London: Representing, in a few particulars, a comparison of the administration of some publick affairs (especially in the City) in the mayoralty of Sir Thomas Pilkington, the present lord mayor, with the administration in the mayoralty of Sir John Moore, Sir William Pritchard, & c in the latter end of the reign of K.

A new-years-gift for the tories, alias rapperrees, alias petitioners of London: Representing, in a few particulars, a comparison of the administration of some publick affairs (especially in the City) in the mayoralty of Sir Thomas Pilkington, the present lord mayor, with the administration in the mayoralty of Sir John Moore, Sir William Pritchard, &c in the latter end of the reign of K.

A new-years-gift for the tories, alias rapperrees, alias petitioners of London: Representing, in a few particulars, a comparison of the administration of some publick affairs (especially in the City) in the mayoralty of Sir Thomas Pilkington, the present lord mayor, with the administration in the mayoralty of Sir John Moore, Sir William.

We are further aided by the fact that most of the city Tories attacked in The Tribe of Issachar had already been attacked in the poems by D’Urfey and Defoe as well as by name in a broadside entitled A New-Years-Gift for the Tories, Alias Rapperrees, Alias Petitioners of London Pilkington, Thomas, Sir, d.

-- Poetry. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Pilkington, Thomas, Sir, d. ; Poetry; Narrower term. Thomas Darwin. One of the leading civic Tories.

A Whig broadside (Guildhall Tracts,6) headed 'A New Years Gift for the Tories alias Rapperrees, alias Petitioners of London,' arranges the names of 38 persons acrostically so that the first letters form the words 'The British Rapperee R.

Lestrange his gang.'. Near Charing Cross, over against Northumberland (alias Suffolk) House, at a turners house, nigh the Golden Lyon Tavern, is to be seen the wonder of this present age: Goddard, William, fl. / [] A neaste of vvaspes latelie found out and discouered in the Law-Countreys, yealding as sweete hony as some of our English bees [].

Full text of "Dictionary of national biography" See other formats. Full text of "The aldermen of the city of London III With notes on the parliamentary representation of the city, the aldermen and the livery companies, the aldermanic veto, aldermanic baronets and knights, etc.".