A Lecture on the Archives of the Cinque Port and Borough of Dover; Delivered Before the Corporation and Inhabitants on the 25th Day of April, 1877; To Which Is Added a Paper on the Ancient Connection Between the Cinque Ports, and the

A Lecture on the Archives of the Cinque Port and Borough of Dover; Delivered Before the Corporation and Inhabitants on the 25th Day of April, 1877; To Which Is Added a Paper on the Ancient Connection Between the Cinque Ports, and the

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 edition. Excerpt: ...that in the year 1607 Mr. Richards likewise refused to preach, and Mr. John Gray then p'son there preached before the Corpr'con at St. J ames' Church. D2 Following the above record of the election of Mayor, it is recorded that twelve Jurats were admitted to their former places of Jurats and sworn. Why such an admission became necessary does not appear. gigging; At the next Assembly "holden on Sunday in the afternone" the 0 cm. following were the oflicers chosen, viz., the Town Clerk, Town Sergeant, Audytors, 4 Chamberlaynes, Mayor's Sergeant, 4 Town Porters, Measurer of Come and Graine. eaEi' 'l." And on the 8th January afterwards a " com'on Cariyer " (qy Crier?) 7 ' was appointed, " he to pay xx! p'ann for the vse of the Corporation." Barrows At an assembly " holden on Wednesday the xv"! day of ffebruary" hst: 'e t " Sir Thomas Waller Knight and Mr. Georg Byng one the Juratts of pa, -1y, m;. this Towne are chosen to be Barrons for this towne at the next Parlyamt And the said Mr. Byng to have sixe shillings by the day during the said Parlyamt, and to have the hire of his horse ryding & comyng home. And to be further considered at his reterne, as by assent of Com'on Counsaile shalbe thought fitt." Sir Thos. On the 1st March Sir Thomas Waller "tendered the sum of flive Waller poundes to be admitted a flreeman," " wch some of vli was Redeliv'd sworn" " vnto him agayne in respect of his paynes to be taken in & about the ff... mama" affayres of this towne at the next parhamh And he was nowe sworne.." Mr. On the xxiijrd April, 2 J ac. " yt is...show more

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