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January 1734

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To the Right Worshipful his Majesties Justices of the Peace
for the County of Middlesex in Sessions Assembled

The Humble Petition of Joseph Gould< no role > Tallow Chaudler
And Jonas Sibley< no role > Backer now of the Parish of Saint Luke
Late Saint Gyles Cripplegate Without in County of Middlesex


That Your Petitioner: being Elected and Confirmed
Seaven Gent for the Prsent Year One thousand Seven Hundred and
Thirty three for that part of Golden Lane which is in the Lordship
Division of the said parish of Saint Gyles, And having agreed to pay
he usual Salary of Sixty Pounds A Year to the Raker thereof, Applyed
to the proper Officers of the said Parish for a Rate Book which they
could not obtain till long after the time Appointed by Act of Parliament
for that Purpose.

That on receiving the said Book Your Petitionrs; finding that
the Usual Assessments on the personal Estates Appertaining to the
said Division were Quitted, Requested that the said Rate Book might
be Justly setteled in the Customary Manner; But were denyed any
Amendment or Alteration thereof Whatsoever

That Your Petitionrs. are obliged to pay the Raker Sixty pounds
(as had for several Years past been paid by their predcessod [..] And
have already Paid one Past thereof beside their Charged on
Entring into there Said officer And the utmost their Collections can
Account to Cannot Exceed the Sum of Fifty Pounds.

That by such Occissions And Imperftioe the said Rate
Book on the personal Estates aforesaid, Your Petitionrs. must be above
Ten pounds out of pocket more than usual in the like Cases Where [..]
They Appneliend themselves to be very Much aggrieved And humbly [..]
Pray such Relief in the premisses as to Your Worships Shall been [..]

And Your Petitioner Shall ever pray Etc

Jas: Gould< no role >
Jones Sibly< no role >

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