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<p n="3076">5th Decemr. 1718.</p>
<p n="3077"> <note type="authorial" place="margin"> <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4509">Apprentices</rs>
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haveing been<lb></lb>
disorderly on ye 5th. Novr. 1718 &<lb></lb>
complaint being made to ye Court<lb></lb>
of Aldn ye matter is Several Orders of<lb></lb>
ye <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4510">Governor</rs>
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s abot. ye <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4511">artsmar</rs>
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s. &<lb></lb>
appr. & Ordr. of ye Court of Aldn<lb></lb>
Ref to ye Comee of ye house}</note>
<note type="authorial" place="margin"> <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4512">artsmar</rs>
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sSeveral orders<lb></lb>
concerning then}</note>
<p n="3078">A Report was read from the Comee of this house under the<lb></lb>
hands & <rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-1">John Tayler</rs>
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<rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4513">Esqr</rs>
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. <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4514">Trear</rs>
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<rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-2">John Roydhouse</rs>
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<rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4515">Esqr</rs>
<interp inst="BBBRMG20204_occ4515" type="occupation" value="Esqr"></interp>
. <rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-3">John Martyn</rs>
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<rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4516">Esqr</rs>
<interp inst="BBBRMG20204_occ4516" type="occupation" value="Esqr"></interp>
<rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4517">Col</rs>
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<rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-26">George Meddott</rs>
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Mr <rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-4">Christr. Bateman</rs>
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Mr <rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-96">Wm Lee</rs>
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<rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-5">John Cottle</rs>
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<interp inst="BBBRMG20204_n3078-5" type="surname" value="Cottle"></interp>
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<rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4518">Esqr</rs>
<interp inst="BBBRMG20204_occ4518" type="occupation" value="Esqr"></interp>
<rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4519">Mr Depty</rs>
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. <rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-6">Jno. Everett</rs>
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Mr <rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-54">Cha: Lloyd</rs>
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and Mr <rs type="persName" id="BBBRMG20204_n3078-63">Saml. Stanton</rs>
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<interp inst="BBBRMG20204_n3078-63" type="surname" value="Stanton"></interp>
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bearing date<lb></lb>
the 14th day of Novr. last as fellowes viztMr. Trear Tayler<lb></lb>
acquainted this Comee That The Rt. honble. The Lord Mayor haveing<lb></lb>
been informed that several of the apprentices in this hospital had<lb></lb>
broke out in the 5th of this Instant in the Evening and occasioned great<lb></lb>
disorders and Tumunts in the Streets had ordered ye Said apprentice and all<lb></lb>
the Artsmasters to attend his Lordship and ye said Artsmasters & apprentices<lb></lb>
& several persons who appeared there agt the apprentices to give an<lb></lb>
account of their behavior that night and also upon reading an abstract of<lb></lb>
Several Orders that had been made by ye <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4520">Governor</rs>
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. of this hospital at<lb></lb>
Several Courts holden Since ye year 1710. his Lordship and the Court<lb></lb>
Seemed Satisfyed that ye <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4521">Governor</rs>
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. had done all that was possible for<lb></lb>
the good Governmt. of the apprentices and to regulate the discipline<lb></lb>
which the Artsmasters ought to have kept over em and that in all<lb></lb>
probability no disorders of this kind had happened if the Artsmasters<lb></lb>
had not been mainfestly wanting in their DutyAnd that his<lb></lb>
Lordship had Ordered the Artsmasters to make ye most diligent Inquiry<lb></lb>
to find out who were ye promoters and ring leaders of the said late disturbans<lb></lb>
and to meet together and consult what was proper for them to do on their<lb></lb>
part towards preventing the like Enoimities for the futureAnd<lb></lb>
had also recomended it to the Treasurer to examine into ye matter<lb></lb>
then complained of and to consider upon this occasion what further night<lb></lb>
be done to keep the <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4522">artsmar</rs>
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s and apprentices under due obedience to ye<lb></lb>
Orders of the <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4523">Governor</rs>
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which as ye reason of calling this ComeeThen<lb></lb>
the <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4524">artsmar</rs>
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were called and delivered in a Representation which they had<lb></lb>
agreed on at a meeting among themselves which was read to ye following<lb></lb>
effect vizt.</p>
<p n="3079"> <note type="authorial" place="margin">Ex & Hal.</note>
That ye <rs type="occupation" id="BBBRMG20204_occ4525">Governor</rs>
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. had Ordered That the apprentices Should be kept to work on all<lb></lb>
"holy days wherein there was likely to be Mobbs in the Streets and that in Lien<lb></lb>
"thereof their Masters Should allow 'em a play day ye next day; That ye<lb></lb>
apprentices are not contented<obscured></obscured>
but make 'em both play days to then<lb></lb>
Masters prejudiceTherefore the artsmasters think that if the Boys<lb></lb>
were allowed no other holydays than what are contained in a List</p>

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