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MIDDLESEX. Committee for Accounts and General Purposes
The report of the Committee for Accounts and for General Purposes, as to the Clerk of the Peace's account.
London: printed by J. Rider, [1830].
[2], 49, [1] p. ; 32.5 cm. (2º)

Half-title. Docket-title reads 'Middlesex. The Report ... From the 27.th of March 1826. to the 25.th of March 1827.' Imprint from docket-title. Signed by B.E. Hall, 8th December, 1829 (p. 7). Circulated in connection with a dispute over the remuneration of the Clerk of the Peace, Henry Collingwood Selby, attributed by Selby in the accompanying printed letter addressed to the magistracy, dated 4 January 1830 (q.v.), to the failure of his chief clerks to submit timely claims, in connection with which Selby shortly thereafter produced a 'Transcript of the Bill' containing his observations relative to the items not recommended for payment (q.v.).

Copy Notes Previously enclosed with the printed letter from the Clerk of the Peace.

Binding Folded paper, stitched.

Reference Number 5879


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