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July 1794

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Fourth


For that Thirty Acres of Meadow Land in the Occupation of
Michael Coomes< no role > and Inhabitant of the said Parish of Kingsbury are
rated in the said Assessment at 40 Pr. Annum only Whereas the
same ought to be rated at 60 Pr. Annum Also that Seventy
Acres of Meadow Land in the Occupation of the said Michael Coomes< no role >
are rated at 80 Pr Annum only Whereas the same ought to be
rated at 130 Pr. Annum Also that five Acres of Meadow Land
in the Occupation of the said Michael Coomes< no role > are rated at 5 Pr Ann
only Whereas the same ought to be rated at 10 Pr. Ann

Fifth


For that Eleven Acres of Meadow Land in the Occupation
of Joseph Nicolls< no role > an Inhabitant of the said parish of Kingsbury are
rated in the said Assessmt. at 13 Pr. Annum only Whereas the same
ought to be rated at 24 Pr Annum

Sixth


For that Fourteen Acres of Meadow Land in the Occupation
of John Weedon< no role > an Inhabitant of the said Parish are rated at 10
Pr Ann Whereas the same ought to be rated at 28 Pr Annum

Seventhly


For that the Name or Names of one or more Inhabitants
and Occupiers of Houses and Lands in the said Parish of Kingsbury
who ought by the Laws of this Real no to be charged to the relief of
the Poor of the said Parish of Kingsbury are totally omitted in
the said Rate and nothing charged on them

Wherefore and for as much as your Petitioner and
several other Inhabitants of the said Parish are greatly injured
by the inequality of the said Rate or Assessment and by Persons
being considerably undercharged or not charged at all therein

Your Petitioner therefore humbly prays that
this Court will be pleased to appoint a Day to hear
and determine the matter touching your
Petitioners said Appeal and Objections

And that the said Rate or Assessment may be
quashed or amended in such manner as shall be
necessary for the giving such Relief to your Petition
as the nature of his Case doth and may require.

And your Petitioner shall ever pray Etc.

John Wright< no role >




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