St Clement Danes Parish:
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17th April 1771 - 15th December 1775

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Image 23 of 27924th June 1771

Parish of Saint
Clement Danes}

At a Meeting of the Committee Elected and appointed
pursuant to an Act of Parliament Intituled ''An Act
to amend and render more effectual several Acts made
relating to Paving Cleansing and Lighting the Squares
Streets Lanes and other Places within the City and
Liberty of Westminster and parts adjacent'' in the Vestry
Room of Saint Clement Danes the 24th- day of June 1771

PresentMr. KitchinerIn the Chair

Mr. KennettMr. Sumner
Mr. WarcupMr. Roberts
Mr. IrelandMr. Price
Mr. MarrMr. Dewsbery
Mr RainforthMr. Seager

Proposed and Unanimously Agreed that Mr. Kitchiner take the

The Minutes of the last Meeting Read and Confirmed

Mr. John George< no role > and Mr. Roger Harrison< no role > This name instance is in set 1644. having severally requested
to be appointed Collector of the Rates or Assessments made by this
Committee and the said John George< no role > having in pursuance of an
Order of the 13th- Instant proposed as Security for his faithfully
Executing such Office Mr. George Dawson< no role > & Mr. Thomas Dawson< no role > of
the Strand Woollen Drapers , Mr. Francis Stone< no role > of Holywell Street
Robemaker , Mr. James Brooks< no role > of the same Pawnbroker , Mr. William
< no role > and Mr. George Pritt< no role > of the same Mercers , And the said
Roger Harrison< no role > This name instance is in set 1644. having proposed as his Security Mr. Philip Poole< no role >
of Islington and Mr. Joseph Folkes< no role > of Leadenhall Market it was
thereupon Moved seconded and Agreed to Ballot for such Office
And the said Ballot being accordingly taken it appeared that there
were for Mr. George Seven for Mr. Harrison four whereupon the
said Mr. George was declared duly Elected Collector during the Pleasure
of this Committee or their Successors for which he shall be allowed
three pence in the Pound for what he shall Collect And it is Ordered
that the Clerk take a Bond from him Mr. Stone and Mr. Brooks for
his faithfully Executing the said Office

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