The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent, vol. 2Allen, Thomas
The Lord Mayor's officers, and their days of waiting, according to the Pamphlet before referred to.
Mr. sword-bearer to wait daily.
Mr. water-bailiff, to wait Friday and Saturday, and every Sunday.
Mr. common-hunt was in waiting at the Mansion-house every month during the mayoralty.
Mr. common-crier, to wait Tuesdays and Fridays.
The serjeant-carvers, in waiting every week.
The serjeants of the chamber, in waiting every week.
The serjeant of the channel, in waiting every Thursday.
The yeomen of the chamber, to wait upon the lord mayor on all public occasions.
The yeomen of the water-side, of them to wait weekly.
The yeomen of the channel, to wait daily.
The under water-bailiff, to wait on holidays and court days, if he goes not up the river.
The young men, to wait daily in turns.
The meal-weighers, to wait on holidays and court days.
The yeomen of the wood-wharf, to wait on general days.
The foreign-taker, to wait likewise on general days.