An appeal to Cæsar [electronic resource] : wherein gold and silver is proved to be the Kings Majesties royal commodity : which by the lawes of the kingdom no person of what degree soever, but the Kings Majestie, and his Privy councel, can give licence to transport either gold or silver to any person after it is landed in any part of the kingdome of England ... / humbly presented to His Most Sacred Majestie and his most honourable Privy councel in opposition to some merchants who are endeavouring upon feigned pretences to dispossesse His Majestie of this royal trust ... by Tho. Violet ...
- London : [s.l.], 1660.
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To the right honourable the Lords in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of Tho. Violet, goldsmith (8 p.) inserted.
Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London.
Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 01524.
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- Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685.
England and Wales. Privy Council.
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