- Order that the Treasurers of the County shall pay Mr John Chauncy, Clerk of the Peace, £20 for transcribing several letters from His Majesty s Secretary of State and the Lord Lieutenant of the County and sending them to the justices. – October 5, 1685 -
- Order that the Treasurers of the County shall pay Mr John Chauncy, Clerk of the Peace, £20 for transcribing several letters from His Majesty's Secretary of State and the Lord Lieutenant of the County and sending them to the justices.
- October 5, 1685
- An order was made at Easter Sessions last that John Casse, late Master of the House of Correction at Buntingford, should deliver up possession to George Bulling, of Buntingford, the new Master.
Bulling now complains that Casse has not delivered possession of the dwelling-house of the House of Correction, and is is ordered that Casse shall forthwith deliver it up.
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