Middlesex Sessions:
General Orders of the Court

19th May 1743 - 22nd February 1753

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Image 263 of 5594th June 1747

July 1747.

Entry of Affidavit of
Tho: Harrison< no role > Gent . Under
Sheriff of Middx Concerning
the due taking of the Poll for
Knts . of the Shire for the
Said County.}

I Thomas Harrison< no role > Gentleman Under Sheriff to
Thomas Winterbottom< no role > Esquire and Robert Alsop< no role > Esquire
Sheriff of the County of Middlesex do Solemnly Swear that I
have not directly nor indirectly received any Sume or Sumes
of Money Office Place or Imployment Gratuity or Reward
or any Bond Bill or Note or any Promise or Gratuity
whatsoever either by my Self or any other Person to my life
or Benefit or Advantage for making any Return at the
present Election of Members to Serve in Parliament and
that I will return Such Person or Persons as Shall to the
best of My Judgment appear to Me to have the Majority of
legal Votes.

Tho: Harrison< no role >

Taken and Subscribed by the above named
Thomas Harrison< no role > at Brentford in the said County
on Thursday the Second day of July in the year of
our Lord 1747 imediately after reading the Writt
to elect Knights of the Shire to Serve for the Said
County in the ensuing Parliament before William
Underwood Esqr. one of his Majestys Justices of
Peace for the Said County

Wm. Underwood< no role > .

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