Affectionate advice to apprentices, on their being bound at Weavers' Hall presented by the bailiffs, wardens, and assistants, of the Worshipful Company of Weavers.
by Watkins, Henry George.“...Affectionate advice to apprentices, on their being bound at Weavers' Hall...”
[We humbly request leave to submit to your consideration the following statement of our proceedings, with the causes that led to them]
A statement of facts, illustrating the administration of the abolition law and the sufferings of the negro apprentices in the island of Jamaica.
The Committee for conducting the bringing a bill into Parliament, to alter and amend the Statute of the 5th of Eliz. Cap. 4 respecting apprentices, artizans, &c., consider it neces...
Published 1978“... of the 5th of Eliz. Cap. 4 respecting apprentices, artizans, &c., consider it necessary to lay...”
[The Subjoined is the form of a petition intended to be presented to the House of Commons, in the ensuing session of Parliament ...]