Middlesex Sessions:
General Orders of the Court
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19th May 1743 - 22nd February 1753

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Image 493 of 55912th September 1751


Hicks Hall in St. John Street on Tuesday the 24th: Day of September
Instant at time of the Clock in the Forenoon to look into the Affidavits
made by or on behalf of Sr. Samuel Gower< no role > This name instance is in a workspace. Knt . One of the Justices
of the Peace of the sd. County in order to Answer Several matters
charged in the Representation exhibited against him to the Right
Honourable the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, and to
consider of a proper Reply to be made to the Said Affidavits, and
how to Support and make good the Charges setforth in the said
Representation against the said Sr. Samuel Gower< no role > This name instance is in a workspace. and to proceed
in Order thereunto in Such manner as the sd. Committee shall
think proper.

Middx

By Adjornment on Thursday the 12th. day of September 1751 .

Order for Mr. Higgs the
Treasurer to pay 200.
unto Mr. John Brown< no role > the
Carpenter employed to do
the repairs necessary to be
done to the Middx part of
Chertsea Bridge upon Account}

It is Ordered by this Court that Mr. John Higgs< no role > Treasurer of this
County do pay unto Mr. John Brown< no role > the Carpenter employed to
do the repairs wanting and necessary to be done to the Middx
part of Chertsea Bridge in the said County the sum of two
hundred pounds upon Account, whose receipt together with
this Order shall be a sufficient discharge to the said Treasurer
for such payments.

Middx

By Adjornment on Thursday the 12th. day of September 1751.

Order for Mr. Higgs the
Treasurer to pay 2:10s:
to Mrs. Martha Leeke< no role >
printer for printing 400
Orders of Sessions for
Settling Journeymans
Taylors Wages< no role > }

It is Ordered by this Court that Mr. John Higgs< no role > Treasurer for this
County do pay unto Mrs. Martha Leake< no role > Printer the sum of Two
Pounds and Ten Shillings for Printing Four Hundred Orders of
Sessions for Settling the Wages of Journeyman Taylors in Middx
And Westminster within the Weekly Bills of Mortality, which were
Ordered to be posted up in Publick places for the Notification thereof,
And that her Receipt together with this order shall be a sufficient
Discharge to the said Treasurer for Such Payment.

Middx

By Adjornment On Thursday the 12th. day of Sept.1751.

Order for inspecting and
puting the Account of the
inspectors of the distempered
[..] le and also the Account
Mr. James Wilder< no role > }

It is Ordered by this Court that it be And It is hereby recomended
and referred to the same Committee of his Majesty< no role > 's Justices of
the Peace, to When the drawing a Reply to the Affidts. made
by or on behalf of Sr. Samuel Gower< no role > This name instance is in a workspace. stands referred to
inspect the Account of the Inspectors of the distempered




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