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This book of 152 pages with a gold embossed green cover showing the effigies of Charles II and Queen Victoria was complied by past Master William Ramsey,(PM) and printed privately byThomas Connor of Tothil Street, Westminister in a limited number of copies, by Desire of The Worshipful master Thomas Lampard Green Esq., 1897 and 1898. there are sixty liverymen named going back to 1867, and a photograph of the then Beadle Mr.T Lovell with his staff. Various company treasured are illustrated by sketch, and a fascinating history of glass making going back to "the earliest glass ever made was made by lighting or electricity, and that the first mirors were made in BC 1520 ( citing Job 37 c.19.v. It shows teh first steam engine 40Bc, ( and tehre we were imagining james Watt and mathew Boulten were responsable!).
It has many stories, fables and curious notes about glass, and reproduces in full the Charter from Charles II and extracts of other documents and deeds that affect teh company.