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A report of the trial of Mr. Joseph Downing, on an indictment charging him with the wilful murder of Mr. Samuel Whitehouse

at the Summer Assizes for the county of Salop, at Shrewsbury, on Saturday August 3, 1822, before Sir John Bayley, Knt., one of the judges of His Majestys Court of Kings Bench

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        Paginationxvi, 106 p. :
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As has been stated, the General Court conferred upon the towns the exclusive right to dispose of the lands within their limits, March 3, 1635.

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His attorney sold it, in 1652, to John Orne, the founder of the family of that name. Two hundred wheels and six looms are ready to commence work; so that in a short time it is expected, the greater portion of clothing required can be manufactured in the house from the raw material.

JOHN BROOKS, late of East Retford, in the County of Nottingham, Innkeeper, de- ceased, are requested forthwith to transmit their Accounts, with the Nature of their Securities if any to Messrs.on 11th September, paid by George Box; except by his card—the minute book is lost—we have not got an arrear book—there is nothing about arrears—the only knowledge 1 have of arrears is from some slips of paper left by the late secretary—he made out a list of arrears, in my opinion it is no use at all—it does happen that frequently there is a number of arrears, and it is then A report of the trial of Mr.

Joseph Downing secretary's duty to make them out—I have attended the meetings previously and heard of arrears—not publicly but privately.

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