Public nusance [sic] considered under the several heads of bad pavements, [electronic resource] : Butchers infesting the Streets, the Inconveniences to the Publick, occasioned by the present Method of Billetting the Foot-Guards, and the Insolence of Houshold-Servants. With some Hints towards Remedy and Amendment. To which are added, Some further Thoughts relating to Vagrants and desperate Poor, and how to keep them within better Rule and Government, the best Security to the Publick against Robbery and Murder. By a Gentleman of the Temple.
- London : printed for E. Withers, at the Seven Stars, opposite Chancery-Lane in Fleet-Street, 
,66p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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