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SELBY, Henry Collingwood (1748--1839)
Middlesex Sessions-House, Clerkenwell-Green, 15.th January 1830. Sir, Since the delivery of the letter which I had the honor of addressing to you on the 4.th instant, it has occurred to me that probably it will be more proper that the transcript of my bill and the observations to which I therein referred should be circulated amongst the magistrates before the next County-day, ...
London: printed by J. Rider, [1830].
[2] p. ; 40.3 cm. (2º)

Drop-head title. Printed letter addressed to the magistracy by Henry Collingwood Selby, Clerk of the Peace to accompany the 'Transcript of the Bill' containing his observations relative to items not recommended for payment (q.v.). Selby had made payments from his own funds on behalf of the county for which he had not been repaid due to the failure of his clerks to file timely claims.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 5878


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