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Attendances of Aldermen, &c

Corporation of London. Court of Aldermen.

Attendances of Aldermen, &c

(Returns to an order of the Court of Aldermen on thenumber of meetings of the Aldermen in the court, committees, sessions and Guildhall justice room, November 1852-November 1853).

by Corporation of London. Court of Aldermen.

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Also contains return of the number of commitments to the Central Criminal Court from London.

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Pagination(4) l ;
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Having thus set forth the material which exists for supplying the names of Aldermen of London from an earlier period than that covered by the Letter Books at Guildhall, I proceed to give the succession in chronological order from c. It will be seen from the foregoing remarks that for the first forty years of that period the list cannot be.

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