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

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Image 513 of 55920th February 1752


By Adjornment on Thursday the twentyeth Day of February
1752 .

Order for Mr. Higgs< no role >
the Trearer to pay
2:10:0 to Mr. Owen< no role >
& Mr. Harrison< no role >
Printers for printing
400 orders of
Sessions against
Throwing at Cocks &
Playing at Dice in
Wheelbarrows.}

It is ordered by this Court that Mr. John Higgs< no role > Treasurer of the County of
Middx do pay unto Mr. Edward Owen< no role > & Mr. Harrison Printers or
one of them the sum of Two Pounds and Ten shillings for Paper and
Printing four hundred Orders of the Justices of the peace of the said County
in sessions against Throwing at Cocks and playing at Dice in Wheelbarrows
Etc. And the Reciept of the said Mr. Owen & Mr. Harrison or one of them
together with this Order shall be a sufficient Discharge to the said
Treasurer for such Payment.

By Adjornment on Thursday the 20th. Day of February 1732.

Order for the Keeper
to Keep an Account and
to deliver it in the first
Day of every Session
of Work done in the
House of Correction at
Clerkenwell }

It is Ordered by this Court that the Keeper of the House of Correction at Clerkenwell
in this County Do keep an Account in Writing of Workdone in the said House of
Correction from one Session to another and by whom and to keep such an
Account weekly And also an Account of the Names of those who have done no
Work and why they have not done Work And to deliver in the same in an
Writing the First Day of every Sessions of the Peace for the said County for the
Justices perusal.

By Adjornment on Thursday the 20th. Day of February 1752

Order for continuing Mr. Saunders
Welch
< no role > High Constable of
Holborn Division Mr.
Thomas Hurford< no role > High
Constable of Finsbury
Division and Mr.
Edmund Adlington< no role > High
Constable of the Tower
Division for three
Years longer

Whereas Saunders Welch< no role > Gent High Constable of Holborn Division Thomas
Hurford Gent. High Constable of Finsbury Division and Edmund Adlington< no role >
Gent High Constable of the Tower Division in this County have served
their respective Offices of High Constable for several years last past This
Court being satisfied of their great Diligence in the Execution of their respective
Offices and of their Endeavours to suppress Vice prophaneness and Immorality,
Doth Order that the said Saunders Welch< no role > Thomas Hurford< no role > and Edmund
Adlington do Continue in their Respective Offices of High Constable for the
space of three Years longer and untill from thence respectively discharged
by Due Course of Law.

By Adjornments on Thursday the 20th. Day of Febry 1752

Order for Justices to
mention in their
Committments the
Value of Goods stollen
when of small Value}


alld.

For preventing of some Inconveniencys which may otherwise happen
It is ordered by this Court that it be And it is hereby recommended and to every
Justice of the Peace of this County when they Committ a Prisoner for stealing
any thing of small Value that they examine the Prosecutor or Presecutrix
as to the Value and specify the Value of such Goods in their Warrant
of Committtment that it may appear whether the said Goods are of




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