Westminster Sessions:
Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents

October 1753

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To the WorshipfulMajestieshis
Majesties Justices of the peace assembled
in their General Quarter Session for
the City &Westminster Liberty of Westmr

May it please your Worships

The humble Petitioner of Thomas Oxlee< no role > of the Bull Head
in Vere Street Clare Markett Humbly prays that your
Worships will please to Grant him a Licence for his House
for Publick Entertainment of Musick and Dancing
According to the Act of the Twenty fifth of King George
the Second.

And your Petitioner as in Duty bound
will Ever pray for and am your Worships most Obedient
Humble Servant at Command

Thomas Oxlee< no role >

And wee whose Names are under Written being Neighbours
to your Petitioner and have known him Several Yeares
Certifyes that he Always kept a House of Good Rule & Order

Jno: Penford< no role > Apothey ;
Thos: Robinson< no role >
De Stevens< no role >
Geo: Sanderson< no role >
Math Dyer< no role >
John Winburk< no role >
Giles Alsop< no role >
Thos: Dy< no role > [..]
Thos, Rust< no role >

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