Middlesex Sessions:
Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents

May 1785

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To the Worshipful his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County
of Middlesex in their General Session of the Peace Assembled

The Humble Petition and Appeal of the Churchwardens
and Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of St
George Bloomsbury in the said County


That by Virtue of a Pass Warrant or Order under the Hands
and Seals of Reverend Herbert Mayo< no role > Doctor in DivinityClerkand William Blackmore< no role >
Esquire two of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said County
(one whereof being of the Quorum) bearing date the Seventh day of May
instant William Seager< no role > Mary< no role > his Wife and their five Children Vizt.
Rebecca< no role > Aged Ten Years Elizabeth< no role > Aged nine Years Richard< no role > Aged
Seven Years George< no role > Aged four Years and Sarah< no role > Aged five
Months were removed and Conveyed from and out of the Parish
of St. George in the said County to the said Parish of St. George
Bloomsbury as the Place of the last legal Settlement of
the said William Seager< no role > Mary his Wife and their said
five Children whereby Your Petitioners conceive themselves

Your Petitioners therefore humbly Appeal
to this Court against the Adjudication of the
said two Justices and their said Order And
Pray that your Worships will be pleased to
Appoint a day in this Present Session for the
hearing and determining the said Appeal

And Your Petitioners will Pray Etc

Herbt. Robertson< no role >
Solicitor for the Appellts.

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