Scriveners" Company common paper, 1357-1628

by Worshipful Company of Scriveners

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Statementwith a continuation to 1678 ; edited by Francis W. Steer.
SeriesPublications / London Record Society -- 4
ContributionsSteer, Francis W. 1912-, London Record Society.
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Open LibraryOL14158721M

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The Worshipful Company of Scriveners is one of the livery companies of the City of Scriveners Company was originally known as the Mysterie of the Writers of the Court Letter and, since its incorporation, as Master Wardens and Assistants of the Company of Scrivenors of the Cittie of London [sic].It is one of the few livery companies that from its foundation to the present day has Location: c/o HQS Wellington, London WC2.

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ed., Richard Hutton's Complaints Book: The Notebook of the Steward of. THE COMMON PAPER [p. 1 translation] The authorities, articles and ordinances for the Company of the Writers of the Court Letter of London, enrolled in Guildhall, London, book G, folio 61 20 May, 31 Edward III [], it was ordered and agreed by Henry Pycard, Mayor, and the Aldermen, that the writers of court and text letter, the limners and barbers [illuminatores et barbitonsores] dwelling in.

An account book of (the only document to survive the burning of Scriveners' Hall in apart from the Company's Common Paper -a compendium of its corporate annual activities and enrolments now preserved in the Guildhall Library Department of Manuscripts), shows that at this time the Company was paid annual Quarterage not only.

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An account book of (the only document to survive the burning of Scriveners' Hall in apart from the Company's Common Paper –a compendium of its corporate annual activities and enrolments now preserved in the Guildhall Library Department of Manuscripts), shows that at this time the Company was paid annual Quarterage not.

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