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Mercuius Civicus (Newspaper) - September 28, 1682, London, Middlesex T H 1 From September to N days I frail to give a and True Ac count of fome remarkable in order as they were the three lait days of the laft at the Londt on and and at To that on 1 fay the by have already rheir relations But to acquaint you that it being the day for the New She to be Companies the were called upon early in the Morn Marched to one being ap pointed into the as a Guard before the at the entrance of the to keep fuch from entring were judged to have no very few of the Livery being to enter the before the Lord Mayor and the Warden and of the demanding were turned About ten a Clock in the the Lord Mayor attended as came to the Hall but before from his Citizens took upon them to find fault with the being and to tell his concerning and they were kept out of their Lur the Lord Mayor made a harp re commanding them to depart at their as having no bu or words pau to that and its reported the names of were then his alighted to go in tothe a or more for ced through the Guards in after be fore the could make but were however kept from coming near die by the within the Warden and of the Mer cers were admitted into the but not to the About half an hour after his with the came upon the where being Common or fome other holding out the Books to Dudly and Peter in order to their being Sworn being alfo upon the came and put on his Hand upon the Book Dubois the at which his his offered a and delivered in words to his Importing that they had been in they were duly Sheriffs for the City of and County of Middle fex for the year and their readi to take upon them that accord ing to their which Paper and his to and eight or nine of the then leaving ft and were afterwards attired as Sworn to under Sheriff laft of all Proclamation made for all to the Lord and New being another Company came into the one conti without the Hall in which manner they kept Guard the whole The that day kept their Entertainment at about five in the returned to Guild and for the old Sheriffs and its faid that that Even ing they their Charge to the CI y men of the Companies of die City of London as were to a New Lord Between twelve and one a the Lord and new came upon the in all their Formali where being the Common Cryer made
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