Sessions report - From the Herts Quarter Sessions 1658-1700
- Order that Mr Turner, the County Treasurer, shall pay 40s to William Packer Esq, a justice, for money expended in printing orders for the passing of vagrants, and 40s to the Clerk of the Peace, to be employed by him in buying Acts of Parliament for the
- Order that Mr Turner, the County Treasurer, shall pay 40s to William Packer Esq, a justice, for money expended in printing orders for the passing of vagrants, and 40s to the Clerk of the Peace, to be employed by him in buying Acts of Parliament for the use of the justices.
- April 19, 1658.
- Upon examination of Mr Coe, minister of Braughin, and several inhabitants of the same, it is ordered that he be finally discharged from the repairs of the Vicarage House, Braughing.
- October 4, 1658
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