Poor Law Commissioners' Report of 1834

Prepared by: Senior, Nassau
(1790-1864)
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1834
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London: H.M. Stationery Office
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1905
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Additional preparers include Edwin Chadwick. Includes testimony by Richard Whately.

1. [1] App. (A.) Part I. p. 902.

2. [2] App. (A.) Part II.

3. [3] App. (A.) Part I. p. 337.

4. [4] Mr. Maclean, App. (A.) Part I. p. 537.

5. [5] Mr. Tweedy, App. (A.) Part I. p. 728.

6. [6] App. (B.) Question 21, p. 424 b.

7. [7] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 166.

8. [8] App. (A.) Part II. p. 10.

9. [9] App. (B.) Question 39. Chadlington, Oxford, p. 369 d.

10. [10] See App. (A.) Part I. p. 345.

11. [11] Mr. Cowell, Extracts, p. 374.

12. [12] Mr. Power, App. (A.) Part I. p. 241.

13. [13] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 223.

14. [14] App. (A.) Part I. p. 227.

15. [15] A man and his wife, with four children and upwards, to be allowed the price of two quartern loaves each, weekly.

16. [16] Mr. Maclean, App. (A.) Part I. p. 547

17. [17] Mr. Tweedy, App. (A.) Part I. p. 732.

18. [18] "I merely mean to state that 2s. is the utmost weekly pension or allowance gratuitously given to a single able-bodied labourer. An applicant of this description, if he said that he could not live on his wages, would probably be taken into the poor-house, or set to work by the parish at perhaps 5s. a-week; but he would not receive for doing nothing more than 2s. a-week, while the sums which a married labourer receives for doing nothing increase with the birth of every additional child."

19. [19] Mr. Wilson, App. (A.) Part I. p. 140.

20. [20] App. (A.) Part II. p. 1. 13.

21. [21] App. (A.) Part. II. p. 34.

22. [22] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

23. [23] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 228.

24. [24] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

25. [25] Mr. Cowell, App. (A.) Part I. p. 598.

26. [26] Extracts, p. 144.

27. [27] App. (A.) Part I. p. 184.

28. [28] App. (B. 1.) Question 24, p. 9 b.

29. [29] App. (A.) Part II.

30. [30] App. (A.) Part II. p. 43.

31. [31] Extracts, p. 141.

32. [32] Mr. Power, App. (A.) Part I. p. 247.

33. [33] Mr. Richardson, App. (A.) Part I. p. 401.

34. [34] App. (B.1.) Question 26, p. 179 b.

35. [35] App. (B. 1.) Question 26, p. 177 b.

36. [36] App. (B. 1.) Question 21, p. 178 b.

37. [37] App. (B. 1.) Question 24, p. 246 b.

38. [38] App. (B. 1.) Question 25, p. 246 b.

39. [39] App. (B. 1.) Question 24, p. 257 b.

40. [40] App. (B. 1.) Question 24, p. 258 b.

41. [41] App. (B.1.) Question 24, p. 406 b.

42. [42] App. (B. 1.) Question 24, p. 293 b.

43. [43] App. (B. 1.) Question 25, p. 332 b.

44. [44] App. (B. 1.) Questions 24 & 27, p. 372 b.

45. [45] App. (B. 1.) Question 24, p. 378 b.

46. [46] App. (B.l.) Question 24, p. 407 b

47. [47] App. (B.1.) Question 39, p. 141 d.

48. [48] App. (B. 1.) Questions 38 and 43, p. 205.

49. [49] House of Lords' Report, 1830-31, page 185.

50. [50] Mr. Codd, App. (A.) Part I. p. 59.

51. [51] Mr. Codd, App. (A.) Part I. p.58.

52. [52] Capt. Pringle, App. (A.) Part I. p. 299.

53. [53] Mr. Power, App. (A.) Part I. p. 243.

54. [54] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p.186.

55. [55] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p.179.

56. [56] Mr. Stuart, App. (A.) Part I. p.346.

57. [57] Mr. Tweedy, App. (A.) Part I. p. 733.

58. [58] Mr. Villiers, App. (A.) Part II. p. 10.

59. [59] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

60. [60] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

61. [61] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 187, 188.

62. [62] Capt. Pringle, App. (A.) Part I. p. 306, 307.

63. [63] App. (A.) Part II p. 46.

64. [64] Mr. Richardson, App. (A.) Part I. p. 399.

65. [65] Mr. Okeden, App. (A.) Part I. p. 6.

66. [66] Mr. Okeden, App. (A.) Part I. p. 2.

67. [67] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 176.

68. [68] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 177.

69. [69] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 188.

Part I, Section 1, continued, In-Door Relief

70. [70] Extracts, p. 216, et post.

71. [71] Mr. Codd, App. (A.) Part I. p. 75.

72. [72] Mr. Codd, App. (A.) Part I. p. 75, 76.

73. [73] Ibid. p. 78.

74. [74] Ibid. p. 93.

75. [75] Mr. Codd, App. (A.) Part. I. p. 93.

76. [76] Ibid. p. 94.

77. [77] Extracts, p. 116.

Part I, Section 2

78. [78] Extracts, p. 384.

79. [79] Mr. Power, App. (A.) Part I. p. 253.

Part I, Section 3

80. [80] App. (A.) Part I. p. 230.

81. [81] App. (A.) Part I. p. 143.

82. [82] App. (B. 1.) Question 26, Easton. Southampton, p. 419 b.

83. [83] App. (B. 1.) Question 43, Castle Doningten, Leicester, p. 280 d.

84. [84] App. (A.) Part I. p. 334.

85. [85] See the whole of this transaction stated in a letter from the overseer of Royston. Extracts, p. 383; the answer of the magistrates, App. (A.) Part I. p. 652; and the reply of the overseer. App. (A.) Part I. p. 654.

86. [86] See Capt. Pringle, App. (A.) Part I. p. 297, 300, 307; Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 208, 209, 232; Mr. Stuart, App. (A.) Part I. p. 335, 344.

87. [87] App. (B. 1.) Question 40, p. 330 d.

88. [88] App. (B. 1.) Question 40, p. 249 d.

89. [89] App. (B. 1.) Question 39, p. 1699 d.

90. [90] Capt. Pringle, App. (A.) Part I. p. 304; Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. p. 179; Mr. Stuart, App. (A.) Part I. p. 344.

91. [91] Mr. Richardson, App. (A) Part I. 408.

92. [92] The witness whose examination the Report details.

93. [93] Mr. Cowell's Report, App. (A.) Part I. p. 610.

94. [94] App. (C.).

95. [95] See Letter of Mr. Cogshill, App. (C.).

96. [96] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. White Waltham, Berks, p. 29 c.

97. [97] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. Blunham-cum-Moggerhanger, Beds. p. 2 c.

98. [98] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. Pulborough, Sussex, p. 520 c.

99. [99] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. Langley Marish, Bucks. p. 39 c.

Part I, Section 4

1. [1] Extracts, p. 86.

2. [2] App. (A.) Part I. p. 213.

3. [3] App. (A.) Part I. p. 180.

4. [4] App. (A.) Part I. p. 181.

5. [5] App. (A.) Part I. p. 244.

6. [6] App. (A.) Part I. p. 249.

7. [7] Extracts, p. 384.

8. [8] App. (A.) Part II.

9. [9] App. (A.) Part II.

10. [10] App. (A.) Part II.

11. [11] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. Westfield, Sussex, p. 531 c.

12. [12] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. Gillingham, Kent, p. 245 c.

13. [13] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. Minster, Kent, p. 255 c.

14. [14] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. Adstock, Bucks, p. 30 c.

15. [15] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36. Sherrington, Bucks, p. 43 c.

16. [16] Sir Thos. Cotton Sheppard, App. (C.).

17. [17] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 37, Blunham, Beds, page 2 c.

18. [18] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 37, Pershore Division, Worcester, p. 588 c.

19. [19] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 37, Lenham, Kent, p. 252 c.

20. [20] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 40, Stiffkey, Norfolk, p. 324 d.

21. [21] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 37, Summertown, Oxford, p. 380 c.

22. [22] App. (B. 1.) Quest. 36 and 37, Millford, Southants, p. 424 c.

23. [23] App. (A.) Part I. p. 24.

24. [24] App. (A.) Part I. p. 181.

25. [25] App. (A.) Part I. p. 188.

26. [26] App. (A.) Part I. p. 234.

27. [27] App. (A.) Part I. p. 248.

28. [28] App. (B. 1.) Question 39, Moulton, Northants, p. 338 d.

29. [29] App. (B. 1.) Question 36, Rougham, Suffolk, p. 466 c.

30. [30] App. (B. 1.) Questions 39 and 40, Castle Donington, Leicester, p. 280 d.

31. [31] Mr. Villiers, App. (A.) Part II. p. 25.

32. [32] Ibid.

33. [33] Mr. Villiers, App. (A.) Part II. p. 25.

34. [34] Ibid.

35. [35] App. (A.) Part I. p. 602.

36. [36] Extracts, p. 46. App. (B. 1.) Question 15, p. 528 b.

37. [37] App. (B. 1.) Question 15, p. 332 b.

38. [38] Extracts, App. (A.) Part II. p. 270.

39. [39] Extracts, p. 379. App. (A.) Part I. p. 586.

40. [40] Extracts, p. 380.

41. [41] App. (A.) Part I. p. 402.

42. [42] App. (A.) Part I. p. 243.

43. [43] App. (A.) Part I. p. 242.

44. [44] Mr. Villiers' Report, App. (A.) Part II. p. 29.

45. [45] App. (A.) Part I. p. 347.

46. [46] Extracts, p. 83.

47. [47] App. (A.) Part I. p. 399.

48. [48] Mr. Villiers, App. (A.) Part II. p. 18.

49. [49] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

50. [50] App. (D.)

51. [51] App. (A.) Part I. p. 24.

52. [52] Extracts, p. 335. Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

53. [53] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

54. [54] Evidence of Mr. Barker, Extracts, p. 85.

55. [55] Evidence of Mr. Booker, App. (A.) Part. I. p. 88.

56. [56] Evidence of Mr. Hobler, App. (A.) Part I. p. 91.

57. [57] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

58. [58] App. (A.) Part I. p. 89.

59. [59] App. (A.) Part I. p. 347.

60. [60] App. (A.) Part I. p. 228.

61. [61] App. (A.) part I. p. 251.

62. [62] Extracts, p. 85.

63. [63] App. (A.) Part I. p. 583.

Part I, Section 5

64. [64] Mr. Walcott's Report from North Wales, App. (A.) Part II.

65. [65] Mr. Majendie's Report from Sussex, App. (A.) Part I. p. 180.

66. [66] Captain Chapman's Report from Somerset, Cornwall, and parts of Devon, Gloucester, and Wilts, App. (A.) Part I. p. 476, 477.

67. [67] Mr. Whipple, overseer of St. James, Clerkenwell, App. (A.) Part I. p. 62.

68. [68] Mr. Wilkes, assistant clerk and overseer of St. Andrew, Holborn-above-Bars, and St. George the Martyr, App. (A.) Part I. p. 70.

69. [69] Mr. Nicholson, overseer of Wandsworth, App. (A.) Part I. p. 71.

70. [70] Mr. Codd's Report on the Western Division of the Metropolis, App. (A.) Part I. p. 73.

71. [71] Mr. Chadwick's Report, Evidence of Mr. Brushfield, of Spitalfields, App. (A.) Part II.

72. [72] Mr. Majendie's Report from Sussex, App. (A.) Part I. p. 182.

73. [73] Captain Pringle's Report from Hants, App. (A.) Part I. p. 291.

74. [74] Major Wylde's Report from Lincoln, App. (A.) Part II.

75. [75] Mr. Majendie's Report from Sussex App. (A.) Part I. p. 201.

76. [76] Mr. Power's Report from Cambridge, App. (A.) Part I. p. 245.

77. [77] Mr. Stuart's Report from Suffolk, App. (A.) Part I. p. 350-381.

78. [78] App. (A.) Part I. p. 14.

79. [79] App. (A.) Part I. p. 556.

80. [80] App. (A.) Part I. p. 476.

81. [81] App. (A.) Part I. p. 72.

82. [82] App. (A.) Part I. p. 151.

83. [83] App. (A.) Part I. p. 168.

84. [84] App. (A.) Part I. p. 264.

85. [85] App. (A.) Part I. p. 280.

86. [86] App. (A.) Part I. p. 326.

87. [87] App. (A.) Part I. p. 350.

88. [88] App. (A.) Part I. p. 413.

89. [89] App. (A.) Part I.

90. [90] App. (A.) Part I. p. 685.

91. [91] App. (A.) Part I. p. 665.

92. [92] App. (A.) Part II.

93. [93] The Questions numbered 33, 34, and 35 of the Rural Queries, and 10, 11, and 12 of the Town Queries.

94. [94] App. (A.) Part I. p. 168.

95. [95] App. (A.) Part I. p. 181.

96. [96] App. (A.) Part I. p. 209.

97. [97] App. (A.) Part I. p. 232.

98. [98] App. (A.) Part I. p. 249.

99. [99] App. (A.) Part I. p. 297.

100. [100] App. (A.) Part I. p. 335.

101. [101] App. (A.) Part I. p. 351.

102. [102] App. (A.) Part I. p. 478.

103. [103] App. (A.) Part I. p. 681.

104. [104] App. (C).

105. [105] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

106. [106] App. (B. 1.) p. 224 c.

107. [107] App. (A.) Part I. p. 479.

108. [108] App. (A.) Part I. p. 481.

109. [109] App. (A.) Part I. p. 129.

110. [110] App. (A.) Part I. p. 239.

111. [111] App. (A.) Part I. p. 780.

112. [112] App. (A.) Part I. p. 182.

113. [113] App. (A.) Part I. p. 558.

114. [114] Eden, vol. i. p. 575.

115. [115] Eden, vol. i. p. 582.

116. [116] App. (A.) Part I. p. 546.

117. [117] App. (A.) Part II. p. 14.

118. [118] House of Commons' Report on Poor Laws, 1817, pages 110, 111, 113.

119. [119] App. (A.) Part I. p. 1.

120. [120] Extracts, p. 228. App. (A.) Part II.

121. [121] App. (A.) Part II. p. 16.

122. [122] Extracts, p. 233.

123. [123] Extracts, p. 235.

124. [124] App. (A.) Part I. p. 168.

125. [125] App. (A.) Part I. p. 252.

126. [126] App. (A.) Part I. p. 474.

127. [127] App. (B. I.) Question 44, Answer by Mr. Portman, Blandford Division, Dorset, p. 137 d.

Part I, Section 6

1. [1] 1 James II. c. 17: 3 W. and M. c. II.

2. [2] 8 and 9 W. III. c. 30.

3. [3] 8 and 9 W. III. c. 30.

4. [4] 9 Geo. I. c. 7.

5. [5] 35 Geo. III. c. 101.

6. [6] 59 Geo. III. c. 50; 6 Geo. IV. c. 57; I Will. IV. c. 18.

7. [7] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

8. [8] Ibid.

9. [9] Ibid.

10. [10] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

11. [11] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

12. [12] Extracts, p. 368.

13. [13] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

14. [14] App. (A.) Part I. p. 570.

15. [15] App. (A.) Part I. p. 570.

16. [16] App. (A.) Part I. p. 594.

17. [17] App. (A.) Part I. p. 673.

18. [18] App. (A.) Part I. p. 571.

19. [19] App. (A.) Part I. p. 230.

20. [20] Since this passage was written the law on this point has been materially improved by the 3d and 4th Will, IV. cap. 42, sec. 26 and 27.

Part I, Section 7

21. [21] Nolan's Poor Laws, vol. ii. p. 288, 289.

22. [22] App. (A.) Part I. p. 452.

23. [23] App. (C.) p. 214.

24. [24] App. (C.) p. 216.

25. [25] App. (C.) p. 218.

26. [26] App. (C.) p. 220.

27. [27] App. (A.) Part I. p. 453.

28. [28] App. (A.) Part I. p. 165.

29. [29] App. (A) Part I. p. 330.

30. [30] App. (A.) Part I. p. 828.

31. [31] App. (A.) Part I. p. 647, 648.

32. [32] Mr. Chadwick, App. (A.) Part II.

33. [33] Ibid.

34. [34] App. (A.) Part I. p. 136.

35. [35] App. (C.) p. 222.

36. [36] App. (A.) Part I. p. 261.

37. [37] App. (A.) Part I. p. 9.

38. [38] App. (A.) Part I. p. 399.

39. [39] App. (A.) Part I. p. 539.

40. [40] App. (A.) Part I. p. 540.

41. [41] Mr. Maclean, App. (A.) Part I. p. 541.

42. [42] Mr. Walcott, App. (A.) Part II.

43. [43] Minutes of Evidence taken before the Select Committee of the House of Lords on Poor Laws, in 1831, p. 284, 285.

44. [44] App. (A.) Part I. p. 323.

45. [45] App. (A.) Part I. p. 133.

Part I, Section 8

46. [46] App. (A.) Part I. p. 7-15.

47. [47] App. (A.) Part I. p. 26.

48. [48] "This practice is mentioned as a very common one in France, by M. de Chateauvieux, in his excellent Essay on the Condition of the Labouring Classes in France, which he has kindly enabled me to present to the Board."—App. (A.) Part I. p. 170.

49. [49] App. (A.) Part II.

50. [50] App. (A.) Part I. p. 254, 256.

51. [51] It will be observed that Captain Chapman states the amount of produce per acre higher than Mr. Okeden, but the price of a given quantity of produce lower. Mr. Okeden's estimates of prices appear to us much too high.

52. [52] App. (A.) p. 439-443.

53. [53] App. (A.) Part I. p. 378.

54. [54] App. (A.) Part I. p. 677.

55. [55] App. (A.) Part I. p. 669.

56. [56] App. (A.) Part I. p. 575.

57. [57] App. (A.) Part I. p. 739.

58. [58] App. (C.) p. 154.

59. [59] Answers from Surrey, App. (D).

Part II, Section 1

1. [1] App. (A.) Part II.

2. [2] App. (A.) Part II.

3. [3] App. (A.) Part II.

4. [4] App (A.) Part I. p. 600.

5. [5] App. (A.) Part I. p. 623.

6. [6] App. (A.) p. 617.

7. [7] App. (A.) Part II.

8. [8] App. (A.) Part II.

9. [9] App. (A.) Part II.

10. [10] App. (A.) Part II.

11. [11] App. (A.) Part I. pp. 611, 612.

12. [12] App. (A.) Part I. pp. 635, 636.

13. [13] Mr. Villiers' Report, App. (A.) Part II. p. 44.

14. [14] App. (A.) p. 623.

15. [15] App. (A.) Part II.

16. [16] App. (A.) Part II.

17. [17] App. (B.) Ques. 39, p. 312d.

18. [18] Appendix (B.) Quest. 44, p. 31 d.

19. [19] App. (A.) Part II.

20. [20] App. (A.) Part II.

21. [21] App. (A.) Part II.

22. [22] Agricultural Report, p. 575.

23. [23] Ibid. p. 574.

24. [24] Ibid. p. 576.

25. [25] Agricultural Report, p. 575.

26. [26] App. (A.) Part II. Report from Cookham.

27. [27] App. (A.) Part. II. Report from Cookham.

28. [28] App. (A.) Part II.

29. [29] App. (A.) Part II. Report from Cookham.

30. [30] App. (A.) Part II.

31. [31] App. (A.) Part I. p. 615.

32. [32] App. (A.) Part I. p. 622.

33. [33] App. (A.) Part I. p. 621.

34. [34] App. (A.) Part I. p. 638.

35. [35] App. (A.) Part I. p. 617.

36. [36] App. (A.) Part II.

37. [37] App. (A.) Part. II.

38. [38] App. (A.) Part I. p. 618.

39. [39] App. (A.) Part I. p. 616.

40. [40] App. (A.) Part I. p. 613.

41. [41] App. (A.) Part. II.

42. [42] App. (A.) Part I. p. 601.

43. [43] App. (A.) Part II.

Part II, Section 2

44. [44] See post 298.

45. [45] See pp. 44, 45.

46. [46] App. (A.) Part II.

47. [47] App. (A.) Part II.

48. [48] App. (A.) Part II.

49. [49] App. (A.) Part II.

50. [50] App. (A.) Part II. p.11.

51. [51] App. (B.) Question 30, p.38.

52. [52] App. (A.) Part II.

53. [53] App. (A.) Part II.

54. [54] App. (A.) Part II.

55. [55] App. (C.)

56. [56] App. (A.) Part II.

57. [57] "The casual list for 1829 is enormous, owing to a cargo of distressed German emigrants who remained for several months, their vessel being unseaworthy. The extraordinary charge thus incurred, included a rate of 122l. 7s. raised expressly for contributing to the hire of a vessel to carry them to their destination."

58. [58] App. (C.) pp. 164 and 173-4

Part II, Section 3

59. [59] App. (A.) Part II.

60. [60] App. (A.) Part I. Report of D. C. Moylan, Esq. p. 280 a.

61. [61] Appendix (C.) p. 152.

62. [62] Appendix (A.)

63. [63] App. (A.) Part II.

64. [64] Tweedy, App. (A.) Part I. p. 808.

65. [65] App. (A.) Part I. p. 292.

66. [66] App. (A.) Part I. p. 296.

67. [67] Mr. Majendie, App. (A.) Part I. pp. 173, 174.

68. [68] App. (A.) Part I. pp. 217, 218.

69. [69] App. (C.) p. 167.

70. [70] App. (C.) p. 166.

71. [71] App. (C.) p. 167.

72. [72] App. (C.) pp. 1, 2.

73. [73] App. (A.) Part II.

74. [74] Capt. Pringle, App. (A.) Part I. p. 309.

75. [75] App. (A.) part II.

76. [76] App. (A.) part II.

77. [77] App. (A.) Part II.

78. [78] App. (A.) Part II.

79. [79] App. (A.) Part II.

80. [80] App. (A.) Part II.

81. [81] App. (A.) Part II.

82. [82] App. (A.) Part II.

83. [83] App. (A.) Part II.

84. [84] App. (A.) Part II.

85. [85] App. (A.) Part II.

86. [86] App. (C.) [The reference to this footnote is missing.—Econlib Ed.]

87. [87] App. (A.) pp. 431, 432, 433, 434, 435.

88. [88] App. (A.) Part II. pp. 6-8.

89. [89] App. (A.) p. 894.

90. [90] App. (E.)

91. [91] App. (A.) Part I. p. 456.

92. [92] App. (E.)

93. [93] App. (A.) Part II. Ex.

94. [94] App. (A.) Part I. 317.

Part II, Section 4

95. [95] App. (A.) Part II.

96. [96] App. (A.) Mr. Chadwick's Report.

97. [97] App. (A.) Part II.

98. [98] App. (A.) Part I. p. 649.

99. [99] App. (F).

100. [100] 21st Article of Agreement for regulating the Friendly Society formed at Eltham, Kent.

101. [101] 8th Article for regulating the TRIPLE FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY, Blackfriars, London.

102. [102] App. (A.) Part II.

103. [103] Some allowance must be made in this case for the rapid increase of the town of Cambridge.

104. [104] Mr. Cowell's Rpep. Ap. (A.) Part I. p. 619 et seq.

105. [105] Mr. Majendie's Rep. App. (A.) Part I. p. 170; Mr. Stuart (A.) Part I. p. 375; Capt. Pringle (A.) Part I. p. 320; Mr. Maclean (A.) Part I. p. 573, &c.

106. [106] App. (A.) Part I. p. 377.

107. [107] App. (A.) Part I. p. 574.

108. [108] Mr. Majendie's Rep., App. (A.) Part I. p. 203.

109. [109] Mr. Codd's Rep., App. (A.) Part I. p. 50.

110. [110] Mr. Codd's Rep., App. (A.) Part I. p. 50.

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