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of recognizances ... ... ... ... ... ... ... pp. 76-79

Memoranda: — "Aylesbury Chapel, in the parish of St. James', Clerken-
well, is appointed a meeting place for religious worship for protestants
dissenting from the Church of England, and so certified 4 December, 1705,"
&c. p. 80



SESSIONS BOOK 635— JANUARY, 1706.

Jury panel p. 3

Memoranda relating to recognizances, indictments, &c. ... pp. 5-26

[Pages 27-36 blank.]

Memoranda relating to committals, fines, &c. ... ... PP- 37-39

Order for Mr. Henry Whitchcott, of Finchley, to pay Richard Roome,
of the same parish, £^\ 14J. od., the balance of an account due to him for
digging gravel "for repair of the churchway at Finchley, called Neither
Street," on the report of two of the Justices, appointed to deal with the dispute.

p. 41

A pension of £,2^ per annum granted by the Court, out of the fund for
maimed soldiers and sailors, to Thomas Tiddaman. of Poplar, mariner. He
had been master of H.M.S. " Orford," and while on duty had lost the use of
his right arm, and received several wounds in his head ... ... p. 42



Sessio/is Book 635 — -Jamuiry, 1706. 295

A dispute between James Ball, butcher, of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, and
Peter and Margaret Woodcombe, was referred to one of the Justices for
settlement. Ball had been indicted for assaulting Elizabeth Woodcombe and
threatening to kill her, and a cross-indictment charged Peter and Margaret
with an assault made on him. Ball had lent the Woodcombes £^^, and they
had given him a pledge in goods and chattels of much greater value. They
had repaid him jQ2 \()s. 6d., and were ready to repay the rest on receiving
the goods pledged. Ball pleaded that he had sold the goods, and yet had
endeavoured to get the Woodcombes arrested for debt ... ... p. 43

Order concerning the settlement of Anne Kempe and her children, Mary
and Anne, in the parish of St. Mary Savoy. The dispute is between the
parishes of St. Clement Danes and St. Mary Savoy ... ... ... p. 44

Order concerning the settlement of Jane Harrison and her children,
Alice and Sarah, in the parish of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields. The dispute is
between the parishes of St. Anne, Westminster, and St, Giles... ... p. 46

Order concerning the settlement of Katherine King and her children,
Mary, Sarah, Margaret, and Katherine. The mother and Mary are sent to
St. Anne's, Westminster, the children Sarah, Margaret, and Katherine to
St. Martin's, Ludgate ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 47

A pension of ^t, per annum granted by the Court, out of the fund for
maimed soldiers and sailors, to John Allen, weaver, of the patish of St. Giles',
Cripplegate. He had been pressed, and had served on board H.M.'s ships
the " Royal Katherine" and the "Content." While serving on board the
latter vessel he had lost the use of his right arm by the fall of " the garned
block upon his left {sic) shoulder as he was hoisting the barge upon the
boomes of the sliip " ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 48

Order for the churchwardens, &c., of the fiamlet of Limehouse, in the
parish of Stepney, to pay ;£'JS 4-^- 3



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