Middlesex Sessions:
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January 1734

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Image 34 of 14615th January 1734

To the Worshipfull His Majties Justices of the Peace
att Hicks Hall sessions Assembled

The Humble Peticon of Robt Kirkpatrick< no role >

Most Humbly Sheweth

That Yor. Peticon Now doe and have [..]
for some time past [..] a House in the parish of St
[..] only Eight pounds
[..] and most humbly [..] that he is very
which erecesed in the Takes or Rites more pertien parly in
the [..] and as it [..] at [..] apprehend or Discover
[..] with deri [..] able [..] him [..] ten an other house
which doe new in any manner been [..] For that the Last
Year [..] she Books were Rate [..] Three shilling in the
[..] ditch shilling in the pound was Demanded of Your
Peticoner And on his Returing to comply there with his
Goods were Discharged when away and sold the Same day
which be humbly conceived was contrary to Saw for as
[..] Sett Stied the sd four shilllings on the pound

That Yor peticon is now this present year
Labours Rated to be same prosecution. serve

That yor peticon is served the Goverment
in the were in Spain and [..] there and throt Wounds
and Shilling [..] gett in the said Service is very much
Disable [..] beyond Recovery and More over has
[..] Wife and three Children to suport and
Bring Etc

That yor Peticoner has made his Application
to the vestry for Redress but was not able to Obtain Any
other ways than that he must Apply himself to Yr: Worspps:

Wherefore Yor Peticon: in the
Most humble Manner Prays Yor: Worpp
Consideration and that in yrs. known
Wisdom and Justice You will be Pleased
to afford him such Relief as to Your
Goodness shall seen Meet

Petr. Surgeon & apothcary Payes
hold 2 houses by one lease at 13:10s p ann
& letts ye other to John Almond< no role > for 4 p ann
the reliefe

And Yr: Peticon: as in Duty
For Yor. Worpps shall Ever Pray Etc:

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