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fees, 4/8 .". ibid.

Order for the discharge of Robert Archer, a poor child of South Mymms
Parish, apprenticed to John Archer, of I'^nfield, gardener ... ... p. 72

Order of reference as to the accounts of James Walker, gentleman,
Benjamin Ciirell, William Andrews, Nevinson Taylor, Ambrose Page, and
William Henley, former chapelwarden.s, and overseers of the hamlet of
Slratford-le- Bow and Old Ford ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 7 3

Order tor the discharge of John Pickance, apprenticed to William Evins,
of St. Andrew's Parish, Holborn, shoemaker. The said Evins has gone to he
a soldier and left his apprentice with Susanna Evins, his wife ... ... ibid.

Order that payment be made to Henry Southall. surgeon, for setting the
thigh of Elizabeth Boyle (a prisoner in the House of Correction, sent thither
h-om Newgate), who had broken it in endeavouring to escape from the latter
building ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 74



Scssiofis Book 660 — September, 1708. 331

Order for Nicholas Copping, of Ratcliffc Cross, woodmonger, to i)ay John
Harford the wages due to him ... ... ... ... ... ... j). 75

Order for vacating an order made last Sessions, for raising money for the
passing of vagrants ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order for raising ^^600 to reimburst- the constables for the passing of
vagrants. List follows of the parishes, with their respective amounts. j). 76

Order for Robert Smith, apprenticed to John Weeby, of St. Martin's-in-
the-Fields, tailor, to continue in the service of his said master ... p. 80

Order for the adjournment of the appeal of John Pether, of Hammersmith,
waterman, who has been adjudged the father of Jane Evans' male child, born
in AN'arwick Street, St. James's Parish, Westminster ... ... .. ibid.

[Pages 82-93, 97, 103 blank.]

Names of those taking oaths ... ... ... ... ... P- 94

Lists of names headed " New Prison " and " House of Correction."

PP- 95. 96
Alphabetical lists of names headed Calendar of indictments, pp. 98-102

Miscellaneous memoranda as to commitments, passing of vagrants, &c.

p. 104

SESSIONS BOOK 660— SEPTEMBER, 1708.

Jury panel p. 3

Memoranda relating to recognizances and indictments ... pp. 5-31

[Pages 32-42 blank.]

Memoranda relating to committals, fines, &c. ... ... pp. 43-45

Order for discharging William Greatorix from his apprenticehood with
John Street, wheelwright, of the parish of Stepney, as he has been ill-treated
and not instructed by his master... ... ... ... ... ... P- 47

Order for discharging William Hodgskin from his apprenticehood with
Benjamin Power, schoolmaster, of the parish of St. Paul, Shadwell, on the
ground that his master had beaten and misused him and not instructed him
in his art ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 48

Order for certain of the Justices to audit the accounts of Nathaniel
Chandler, late chief constable of the Holborn District... ... ... ibid.

Order for the churchwardens, &:c., of the Holborn Divi.sion to collect the
arrears of the rate ordered for the passing of vagrants ... ... ... p- 49

Order for discharging Thomas Arthington (son of Thomas Arthington,
goldsmith, of Poplar) from his apprenticehood with Joseph Lamb, tallow-
chandler and cheesemonger, on the ground that he has turned him out of
doors, and refused to teach him his trade. The bond which John Lamb had
given to Thomas Arthington the elder, that at the end of the lad's apprentice-
hood he would make him a freeman of the city of London, was to be given up.

ibid.
[Pages 51-76 blank.]



332 Middlesex County Records.

List of persons in the New Prison and in the House of Correction.

PP- 77, 78
Alphabetical list of indictments ... ... ... ... pp. 80, 81

Vlphabetical list of recognizances ... ... ... ... pp. 82, 83

Memoranda, miscellaneous.

Joseph Ofifiey to be continued chairman for the next half-year.
No money to be paid to constables for passing vagrants till next Quarter
Sessions ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 84

SESSIONS BOOK 661— OCTOBER, 1708.

Jury panel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. i

Miscellaneous memoranda — writ, appearances, acquittals, indictments, &c.

pp. 2-22

Order as to the settlement of Elizabeth Jarman, widow, and Mary,
William, Elizabeth, Christopher, John, and Anne, her children. The di.spute
is between the parishes of .St. Margaret's, Westminster, and St. Martin"s-in-the-
Fields ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 24

Order for Richard Ryder, esquire, J. P., treasurer of the fund for the
passing of vagrants, to i)ay Bryan Turbervill, high constable, ^10 due to him
from that fund ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 25

[Pages 26-32, 35, 36, 38 blank.]

Names of those taking oaths ... ... ... ... ... p. 33

Miscellaneous memoranda as to recognizances, indictments, &.c — p. 34

Alphabetical list of names headed Indictments ... ... ... p- 37

Note as to the appearance of Christopher Mooreland, of Denmark
Court ... p. 39

SESSIONS BOOK 662-OCTOBER, 1708.

Jury ])anel ]). 3

Miscellaneous memoranda as to a))pearances, acquittals, indictments, ilirc.

l)p. 5 29, 39 -45
[Pages 30-38, 46 blank.]

Writ of Ad quod dainpnuin sued out on behalf of the Duke of (Trafton,
the Earl of Grantham, Earl Powlett, and Mrs. Alice Wallopp, widow, as to
inclosing a certain way leading from Dover Street on the west, in and across
several other streets called Albemarle Street and Bond Street to Trinity Chapel,
in the parish of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields. The inquisition, taken at the Star
and (larter tavern, Pall Mall, on the 3rd of September, finds that the above
.said way may be so enclosed, provided that, in the place thereof, a certain other
way be made, leading from the end of Dover Street, and not beyond the space
of 90 feet distant, in, by, and across a certain close of the sa'id Duke, and the
others afore-named, called Conduit Field, to the aforesaid Trinity Chapel.

PP- 47, 4-'^



Sfssious Book 6O2 — October, 1708.



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Order as to the settlement of John I'age, his wife, and Sarah, Mary, Ann,
James, Joseph, and ^^■iUiam, their children. The dispute is between the
parishes of Enfield and Aston, in the county of Herts... ... ... p. 49

Order confirming an order adjudging John Pether, of Hammersmith,
waterman, to be the father of Jane Evans' male child, \yide Sessions Book
No. 659, p. 80] ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

•Order tor the assessment of a rate to pay Richard Osgood and John
Huggate, former overseers of the poor of Chelsea Parish, the money expended
by them when in ofifice ... ... ... ... ... ... ... P- 50

Order as to the settlement of Francis, son of Richard Plenty, and Mary,
his wife. The dispute is between the parishes of St. Sepulchre and
St. Bridget, otherwise St. Bride ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 51

Order as to the settlement of Mary, widow of Robert Harris, baker, and
her three children, William, Sarah, and Susanna Barton. The said Robert
is supposed to have served his apprenticeship with Mr. Bradly, of Threadneedle
Street, in the parish of St. Christopher. The children are by the said
Mary's former husband, Anthony Barton, deceased. The dispute is between
the parish of St. Christopher and the hamlet of Poplar ... ... ibid.

Order as to the inspection of the accounts of Stephen Chnch, Samuel
Ridgill, ^Mlliam Dobbs, and Benjamin Dunn, collectors of the scavengers' rate
in the parish of St. Anne's, Westminster ... ... ... ... p. 52

Order of reference as to the inspection of the accounts of Nathaniel
Chandler, gentleman, deceased, late chief constable of Holborn Division.
The attendance is desired of Mary Chandler, widow. \l'lde Sessions Book
No. 658, p. 39] p. 53

Order for William Dick man, of Chiswick Parish, to be admitted as a
pensioner on the fund for maimed soldiers and mariners. The said Dickman
was disabled while serving on board H.M.S. "Cumberland," under the
command of Captain Richard Edwards, and was afterwards a prisoner in
France for ten months ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order for Edmund Slatery, senior, to pay the churchwardens and over-
seers of the poor of St. Andrew's, Holborn, certain moneys they have expended
in maintaining Margaret, his wife, and their child, Edmund. The said Slatery
was born in Ireland and married to Margaret in France ... ... p. 54

Certificate showing that on or about the 13th of February last John
Newell, of Chis\vick Parish, maltster, had suffered loss by the burning of his
malthouse at Strand-in-the-Green, in the said parish, and that on the 20th of
August last he paid excise duty for the 57 quarters and 5 bushels of malt
which had been destroyed by the fire ... ... ... ... ... p- 55

Order as to the settlement of Mary, widow^ of William Bartholomew, and
her two children, Thomas and Katherine. The dispute is between the
parishes of St. Giles' Without, Cripplegate, and St. Olave's, Silver Street.

P- 56

Order of reference to certain Justices to consider the best methods for
ending the disputes between the inhabitants of this county and those of the



334 Middlesex County Records.

city and liberty of A\'estmin.ster as to the assessments, made on the several
parishes within the said city and Uberty, to pay the constables for their loss
of time and expenses in the passing of vagrants ... ... ... ]). 56

Order for certain Justices to attend the Lord Mayor and to place before
him the inconvenience which arises by the granting of warrants enabling
disabled soldiers and mariners, with their families, travelling from various parts
of Great Britain to London, to be passed to several parishes in this county,
with directions to be conveyed from the said several parishes, by the nearest
way, to their abodes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 57

Order confirming an order as to the settlement of William Combs and
his wife and children. The dispute is between the parishes of Waisbury
[Wraysbury ?], in the county of Bucks, and Sunbury ... ... ... ibid.

[Pages 59-67, 71 blank.]

Names of those taking oaths ... ... ... ... ... p. 68

List of names headed " New Prison " and "House of Correction."

pp. 69, 70

Alphabetical lists of names headed Calendar of indictments and Calendar
of recognizances ... ... ... ... ... ... ... pp. 72-75

Miscellaneous memoranda as to the accounts of the chapelwardens of
Bow ; names of the committee to consider the laws against vagrants, and the
disputes with the inhabitants of Westminster ; names of those appointed to
attend the Lord Mayor about passes ; colt money ; and Samuel Edwards'
receipt for wages due to him from Edward Kitchener ... ... ... p. 76

SESSIONS BOOK 663— DECEMBER, 1708.

Jury panel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ]>. 5

Memorandum relating to recognizances, indictments, &c. pji. 7-31

[Pages 32-40 blank.]

• Memoranda relating to committals, fines, &c. ... ... ... ji. 41

[Pages 42-44 blank.]

Order appointing certain Justices to examine the accounts of the chief
constables of the hundreds of Ossulston, Edmonton and Gore, connected with
the administration of the Act for passing vagrants ... ... ... p. 45

The complaint of Oliver Atkey, one of the late overseers of the parish of
St. Andrew, Holborn-above-Bars, that his fellow overseer would not come to
a settlement of accounts with the present overseers, was referred to certain of
the Justices for settlement ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order for certain of the Justices to deal with the complaint of Sir Thomas
Halton, Edward Wills, Charles Anthony, Stephen Mason, and Walter York,
of the parish of St. Mary's, Islington, that an unnecessary rate for the relief of
the poor has been levied ; they are to adjust the same, and report to the next
Quarter Sessions. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 46



Sessions Book 664 — faniiary, 1709. 335

Order for suppressing the license of Robert Higby, of Hounslow, in the
parish of Heston, to keep a victuaUing alehouse, &c. ... ... ... p- 47

[Pages 48-72 blank.]

Names of persons in the New Prison and in the House of Correction.

PP- 73, 74
Alphabetical list of indictments ... ... ... ... pp. 76, 77

Alphabetical list of recognizances ... ... ... ». . pp. 78, 79

Memoranda, miscellaneous... ... ... ... ... ... p. So



SESSIONS BOOK 664— JANUARY, 1709.

Jury panel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 2

Memoranda of indictments and recognizances ... ... pp. 3-18

[Pages 19, 20 blank.]

Order appointing Thomas Medlicott, esquire, the present chairman of
the Court, to be chairman for the next six months ... ... ... p. 21

Order discharging Robert Hale from his apprenticehood with Robert
Payne, cordwainer, of the parish of St. Anne's, Westminster, as his master has
absconded, being in debt, and left him destitute ... ... ... ibid.

Order concerning the settlement of EHzabeth Jarman, widow, and
her children, Mary, William, Elizabeth, John, and Anne, in the parish of
St. Margaret, Westminster. The dispute is between the parishes of
St. Margaret's and St. Martin's-in-the-Fields. It is mentioned in this order,
which is very long, that William Jarman, the husband of the above
EHzabeth, served as an apprentice with Caleb Clarke, citizen and weaver,
an artificer and "artsmaster" in the Hospital of Bridewell, London, an
extra-parochial place of royal foundation for the reception, education, and
maintenance of poor parish boys and others, from all parts of England, in
several trades and mysteries there taught at the charge of the hospital; and
that such poor boys, after serving their apprenticeship, have their .freedom
of the City of London gratis, on a certificate of the treasurer of the hospital of
their service there... ... ... ... ... ... ... pp. 22-24

[Pages 25-33 blank.]
Memoranda concerning oaths taken, committals, fines, &c. pp. 34, 35

[Pages 36, 37 blank.]
Alphabetical list of indictments ... ... ... ... ... p. 38

[Pages 39, 40 blank.]



^^6 Middlesex Co7inty Records.

SESSIONS BOOK 665-JANUARY, 1709.

Jury panel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... * ... p. 3

Memoranda relating to recognizances and indictments ... pp. 5-22

[Pages 23-36 blanlc.]
Memoranda relating to committals, fine?, &c. ... ... pp. 37, 38

[Pages 39-42 blank.]

Order for the churchwardens, &c., of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields to provide
for Eleanor Darling (7//(7i- Newton ... ... ... ... ... p. 43

Order extending the time for auditing the accounts of James Walker,
gentleman, and Benjamin Girell, late chapelwardens, and of William Andrews,
Nevinson Taylor, Ambrose Page, and William Henley, late overseers, of the
hamlet of Stratford-le-Bow, to the i8th of February next ... ... ibid.

Order for Solomon Cock, gentleman, John Mills, gentleman, and
Benjamin Gascoyn, gentleman, chief constables of Gore, Holborn, and
Kensington Divisions, to attend the Court on Tuesday next with their
accounts concerning the passing of vagrants ... ... ... ... p. 44

Order for certain of the Justices to audit the accounts of Thomas
Wilkes, gentleman, chief constable of the Tower Division, concerning the
passing of vagrants, and to report thereon at the next Court of Quarter
Sessions. As Wilkes is afflicted with stone, and much out of health, the
Justices are requested to meet as near his house as possible, and to give him
two days' notice thereof ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order for Sarah, wife of James Ridgely, convicted of petty larceny, to
be whipped from the Bars in Goswell Street to the hither end of Old
Street, in the parish of St. Giles', Cripplegate ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order discharging James Callender from his apjirenticehood with Joseph
Owen, tailor, of the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn. Callender had been
apprenticed by the churchwardens of St. Pancras to Owen, who received
with him £^^ in money and two suits of clothes. All the last year Owen
had very little work, and the apprentice was not provided for. Owen had
undertaken to find another master for him, but he had been taken to the
Compter, and was now a prisoner in the Fleet Prison... ... ... p. 45

Order adjourning the appeal of the churchwardens, &c., of the parish
of St. Olave, Southwark, against the settlement of Elizabeth Smith, widow, in
their parish till the next Sessions ... ... ... ... ... p- 46

Order for discharging Mary Essington from her apprenticehood with
Henry Stafford and Elizabeth, his wife, in Rosemary Lane [their trade is not
specified]. Sufficient lodging had not been found for the apprentice, and
she "hath some time been constrained to lie in the same bed with her
master and mistress, and some time upon the ground." Her mistress had
pawned divers of her clothes ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.



Scssious Book 66^ —/aiiitajy, 1709. T^Tfj

John Markly, churchwarden, and several other inhabitants of the parish
of the liberty of Church End and Hoxton, in the parish of St. Leonard, Shore-
ditch, represent to the Court that on the loth of January they had elected as
beadle, according to the usage of the parish, Thomas Leech, who was fully
qualified, having held that office for 12 years. William Darby, constable,
refused to accept Leech as beadle, and had " taken one Loyd, who knows
but very Httle relating to the matter." Further, they complain that Mr. Hyham,
\vho at that time was chosen headborough, had forcibly taken away the paper
showing the election of Leech, and refused to give it up. The Court decided
that the election was irregular, directed a fresh election, ordering Hayford
Wainw'right, crier of the Court, to attend it and take an account of the
voting, notice of the day of election to be given on Sunday, it, January, in
the parish church ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 47

Order concerning the settlement of Mary Durdant, and her children,
George, Julian, and Mary, in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn. The
dispute is between the parishes of Chobham, Surrey, and St. Andrew's.

p. 49

Order concerning the settlement of Joseph Field, an infant, in the
hamlet of Poplar and Blackwall, Stepney. The dispute is between the
parish of Hatfield (Herts), and the hamlet of Poplar ... ... ... ily/'d.

The appeal of the chapelwardens, &c., of the town of New Brentford, in
the parish of Hanwell, against the settlement of Richard and Sarah Yates,
children, in their town, adjourned to next Sessions. The dispute is between
the town of New Brentford and the parish of Ealing ... ... ... p. 50

Order concerning the settlement of Thomazin Frederick, in the parish of
St. Leonard, Shoreditch. The dispute is between the parishes of St. Botolph,
Aldgate, and Shoreditch... ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order concerning the settlement of Herbert Cad, Mary, his wife, and
Mary and Ann, their children, in the parish of St. Bride, Fleet Street.
The dispute is between the parishes of St. Bride and Hornsey ... p. 51

Order adjourning the dispute as to the settlement of Elizabeth Cogden,
adjourned to next Sessions. The dispute is between the parishes of Watford
and Willesden ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... p. 52

[Pages 53-63 blank.]
List of the persons taking the oath, &c. — 15
List of persons in the New Prison and House of Correction

[Pages 66, 67 blank.]
Alphabetical list of indictments
Alphabetical list of recognizances ...
Memoranda, miscellaneous...





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^;^S Middlesex Couniy Records.

SESSIONS BOOK 666— FEBRUARY, 1709.

Jury panel p. 3

Miscellaneous memoranda as to acquittals, indictments, iS:c.

pp. 5 - ^c, 37-39
[Pages 21-36, 40-42 blank.]

Order as to the settlement of Elizabeth, wife of John Cogden. The
dispute is between the parishes of Willesden and Watford ... ... p. 43

Order for the discharge of John, son of Thomas Nash, apprenticed to
Robert Ferrers, of St. Clement Danes, joiner ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order for the attendance, on the 15th of March, of the chief constables,
who are to bring their accounts as to the assessments made to pay for the
passing of vagrants, and for the Marshalsea, Queen's Bench, and Hospitals.

p. 44

Order for the discharge of Joseph, son of Elizabeth Hanks, apprenticed
to Samuel Cole, of Round Court, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, shoemaker, p. 45

Order for the discharge of Sarah Appleby, first apprenticed to NVilliam
Hefifield, .... and afterwards to Christopher Frankhn, cork -cutters... p. 46

Order for Hayford Wainwright, gentleman, to pay Simon Harcourt,
Clerk of the Peace, or to Mr. Hardisty, his deputy, the money received for the
rents of the "county estate at Clerkenwell." It is further ordered that the
Clerk of the Peace pay several bills (persons and amounts named) due for the
repairs of Hicks Hall ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 47

An unfinished address from the Justices of the Peace to the Queen,
applying for a royal proclamation against the disorders committed in May
Fair ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order for Robert Crafts, former constable of the Savoy Ward, to pay
John Mills, gentleman, chief constable of Holborn Division, money collected
by the said Crafts in the liberty of the Duchy of Lancaster, in the Strand, for
the passing of vagrants, &c. ; the said Crafts to be reimbursed ... p. 48

[Pages 49-64, 67, 71 blank.]

Lists of names headed "New Prison" and "House of Correction."

pp. 65, 66

Alphabetical lists of names headed Calendar of indictments and Calendar
of recognizances ... ... ... ... ... ... ... pp. 68-70

Miscellaneous memoranda as to colt money, acquittals, commitments,
appointment of Raphael Dubois as chief constable in the Tower Division
in the room of Thomas Wilkes discharged, order for the attendance of some
of the inhabitants of Saffron Hill, &c. ... ... ... ... ... p. 72



Sessions Book 6b8 — May, 1 709. 339

SESSIONS BOOK 667-APRIL, 1709.

Jury panel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 2

Memoranda concerning recognizances, indictments, tScc. ... pp. 3-22

[Pages 23, 24 blank.]

Order discharging John Lomax (son of John Lomax, porter and
watchman, of the parish of St. Anne's, Westminster) from his apprenticehood
with Isaac Bloom, cabinet-maker, of the same parish. Bloom had gone
beyond the seas and deserted Lomax ... ... ... ... ... p. 25

[Pages 26-33 blank.]

List of fifteen persons taking the oath, &c., including Samuel Clarke,
rector of St. James', and Joseph Smith, doctor of divinity ... ... p. 34

Memoranda relating to committals, fines, &:c. ... ... ... p. 35

[Pages 36-37 blank.]

Alphabetical list of indictments ... ... ... ... ... p. 38

SESSIONS BOOK 668— MAY, 1709.

Jury panel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 3

Orders appointing treasurers : — ■

1. For the maimed soldiers' and sailors' fund —

(n) Ossulston, Edmonton, and Gore, John Cleeve, esquire, in

place of David Hechstetter, esquire.
(b) Elthorne, Spelthorne, and Isleworth, Richard Shoreditch,

esquire, in the place of Jasper English, esquire.

2. For the Marshalsea, Queen's Bench, &c. —

{a) Ossulston, Edmonton, and Gore, John Mills, gentleman.
{b) Elthorne, Spelthorne, and Isleworth, John Styles, gentleman.

Orders continuing the rates of wages and assize of bread, as in the
previous year ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 4

Memoranda of recognizances, indictments, &c. ... ... PP- 5-23,

[Pages 24-40 blank.]

Memoranda relating to committals, &c. ... ... ... pp. 41, 42

Order for regulating the Haymarket as in previous years. John TuUy
and Edward Lawrence continued as treasurer and collector respectively.
The accounts are presented by the referees and confirmed by the Court.

PP- 43, 44
Order discharging Thomas Lott and William Wilkinson, constables, and
Thomas Aldridge and Thomas Turvin, headboroughs, of the parish of Acton,
William King, Thomas Ogborne, George Wise, and John Edwards, having
been nominated by Henry, Lord Bishop of I.,ondon, at a court leet held at
Fulham on 28 April, to serve the said offices ... ... ... ... p. 45,

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Order for the late overseers of the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, and
the overseers of the liberty of Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, and Ely Rents to
submit their accounts to certain of the Justices for audit ... ... p. 46

Order adjourning the appeal of the parish of Monken Hadley against the
settlement of a male infant in that parish, to the next Sessions. The infant
had been laid at the door of Stephen 'Westwood, in the parish of South
Mymms ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... p- 47

Order for the scavengers of the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, and of
the liberty of Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, and Ely Rents to ■ submit their
accounts to certain of the Justices ... ... ... ... ... p. 48

Order for certain of the Justices to view the part of Chertsey Bridge
which lies in the county, and report what it will cost to repair it ... iHd.



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