Middlesex Sessions:
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Image 264 of 55916th July 1747


By adjornment on Thursday the 16 Day of July, 1747 .

Order for printing an Order
of June Sesion last for
Suppressing unlawfull
Fairs}

It is Ordered by this Court that an Order made at the last
General Sessions of the Peace holden for the County of Middx
in the Month of June last for the Suppressing of Several
pretended Fairs in the Said County not warranted by Law,
to wit, Tottenham Court Fair Hamstead Fair , Paddington
Fair, Shepherds Bush Fair, the Welch Fair, Mile End
Fair, Bow Fair commonly called Green Goose Fair, and
May Fair, and for apprehending and punishing all Players
of Interludes, Plays or Drolls, Gamesters and other disorderly Persons
therein mentioned be Strictly put in Execution, and it is
farther ordered by this Court, that the aforesaid Order be
printed in one of the publick News Papers for the better
Notification thereof.

By adjornment on Thursday the 16th. day of July, 1747.

Order for paymt. of Money
to Joseph Walker< no role > , Edward
Tomkins &
< no role > Thomas Lane< no role >
Inspectors appointed to
take care of the distempered
Cattle in Middx.}

An Account of Money alledged to be due to Joseph Walker< no role > , Edward
Tomkins and Thomas Lane< no role > Inspectors appointed by the Justices
of the Peace for the County of Middx by virtue of an Act of
Parliament in Such case made to take care of the distempered
Cattle in the Said County being laid before this Court, In which

Account it is charged that there is due to Joseph
Walker
< no role > for the Service aforesaid from the tenth
day of January 1746 exclusive to the Sixteenth
day of July 1747 inclusive at five Shillings a day} 46.15s.0d

Unto Edward Tomkins< no role > for the like Service
for the time aforesaid at five Shillings a day} 46.15s.0d

And unto Thomas Lane< no role > for the like Service
for the time aforesaid at five Shillings a day} 46.15s.0d

Which three Sums amount in the whole to the Sum of One
hundred and forty Pounds and five Shillings, which respective
Sums the Said Persons pray may be paid into them, And it




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