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JOHN DEEDES, Esq. AND HERMAN MERIVALE, Esq.

BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

FORMING PART OF

VOL. IX. Of the NEW SERIES, AND VOL. XVIII. OF THE OLD SERIES,

OF

THE LAW JOURNAL REPORTS.

LONDON:

Printed by James Holmes, 4, Took's Court, Chancery Lane.
PUBLISHED BY E. B. INCE, 5, QUALITY COURT, CHANCERY LANE.

MDCCCXL.

REPORTS OF CASES

CONNECTED WITH

THE DUTIES AND OFFICE OF MAGISTRATES:

COMMENCING IN

MICHAELMAS TERM, 3 VICTORIÆ.

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THE QUEEN V. THE INHABIT

ANTS OF BURSLEM.

1839.

the pauper and his mother, of the first Nov. 9.

part, the said Thomas Lainton, of the seApprentice-Indenture, Service under- cond part, the Rev. William Sandford, Settlement.

minister of Newport, Thomas Blakeman,

and Thomas Collier, churchwardens of the Where there has been a binding by inden- said parish of Newport, of the third part, ture, and a residence with the master, a set- it was witnessed, that the said pauper, as tlement is gained ; although it be expressly well by the consent of his mother, as of the found, that the apprentice never served the minister, head schoolmaster, and churchmaster, at his trade, nor was instructed, wardens of Newport, and of five other during the apprenticeship.

persons of the town of Newport, elected

for setting forth three poor boys apprenAt the General Quarter Sessions of the tices, with the charity money left for that Peace for the county of Stafford, an ap- purpose by Mrs. Hannah Perks, deceased, peal was heard against an order for the did bind himself apprentice to the said removal of William Rogers, from the parish Thomas Lainton, for the term of seven of Burslem, in the said county, to the parish years, and the said Thomas Lainton, in of Newport, in the county of Salop. The consideration of the sum of 61. 12s. 8d., order was quashed, subject to the opinion paid by the said William Sandford, Thomas of the Court of Queen's Bench, upon the Blakeman, and Thomas Collier, or one of following

them, did thereby amongst other things CASE.

covenant to teach, inform, and instruct, or The pauper is the illegitimate son of cause to be taught or informed and inSusannah Rogers, and was born in the structed, the pauper, in the art, trade, or parish of Newport, about the year 1826. profession of a bricklayer, and during the Some years after the pauper's birth, his whole time to provide and allow the pauper mother married Thomas Lainton, a brick- meat, drink, washing, lodging, and apparel, layer, residing in the parish of Burslem. and to provide him with two suits of

By indenture, bearing date September clothes, and other apparel, at the end of 13, 1880, expressed to be made between the term. This indenture was duly execute

NEW SERIES, IX.-MAG. Cas.

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