Middlesex Sessions:
Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents

January 1734

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Image 49 of 1463rd December 1733


At the General Quarter Session of the peace of our sovereign
Lord the King holden for the County of Middx at Hicks hall in Saint
John street in the County aforesaid by adjornment on Monday the third
day of December in the Seventh years of the reign of our
sovereign Lord George the second King of Great Britain France
& Ireland Defender of the Faith,

It is Ordered by this Court that it be And It is hereby recomended unto
his Maties Justices of the peace for this County dwelling in Finsbury
Division in the said County to be Assembled at their Petty Sessions
to be holden in & for the same Division to Sumon before them the
Constable Churchwarden Overseers of the Poor & antient Inhabitants
of the Parish of St. Luke heretofore called the Parish of St. Giles
without Cripplegate within the Division & County aforesaid and
other persons concerned, And to examine into the truth of the
Matter specifyed in the within written petition, And to make
such Order & determination touching the premisses as the said
Justices shall think just, But if Any of the parties shall not [..]
acquiesce under such determination Then to make their Report
touching the premisses to the Court of the next General Quarter
Sessions of the peace for this County to the end [..] further Order may be
[..] as the Court Shall think just

[..] court

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