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MIDDLESEX. Clerk of the Peace
Transcript of the bill of the Clerk of the Peace for Middlesex against the County, for business done from 27.th March 1826. to 25.th March 1827.; shewing the allowances recommended by the Committee for Accounts and for General Purposes: and the Clerk of the Peace's observations relative to the items not allowed. January 1830.
London: printed by J. Rider, [1830].
59, [1] p. ; 33.5 cm. (2º)

Imprint from docket-title, reading as above. Circulated in response to The report of the Committee for Accounts and for General Purposes, as to the Clerk of the Peace's account (q.v.), in connection with a dispute over the remuneration of the Clerk of the Peace, Henry Collingwood Selby, attributed by Selby in a printed letter accompanying the original report to the failure of his chief clerks to submit timely claims.

Copy Notes Previously enclosed with a printed letter from the Clerk of the Peace dated 15 January 1830 (q.v.).

Binding Folded paper, stitched without wrappers.

Reference Number 5877


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