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ARIS, Thomas
Sir, An order of session having been circulated, stating that it had been resolved in the presence of twnty-nine of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, that I am not a fit and proper person to be admitted a candidate for the governorship of the House of Correction; ...
London: printed by J. & E. Hodson, [1810].
[4] p. ; 25.6 cm. (4°)

Folded half-sheet, first verso and conjugate leaf blank. Drop-head title. Signed and dated at the end 'Thomas Aris. Cold Bath Square, 12th Nov. 1810'. An appeal to the magistrates to reopen his candidacy for the position as Governor of the Clerkenwell House of Correction. It appears that Aris was appointed to the position but that within three years he was discharged from the position early in 1813 when called as a witness in a case before Lord Ellenborough in April 1813 (Old Bailey Proceedings, April 1813, Ref: t18130407-23).

Copy Notes Previously folded as a letter and addressed in ink to John Soane Esquire / Lincoln's-inn Fields, red postal frank.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6061


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