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  • Named below; undermentioned.

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  • It is the opinion of the undernamed Jurymen, that John Kenny is Guilty of Stealing the Hay.

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  • IV.c. 82, 83, 84, it was arranged that the fees should be paid into the Exchequer, and that the undernamed great officers of justice should receive the following salaries and pensions on retirement: --

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  • The residue of all my goods, chattels, and debts not bequeathed, my funeral and burial performed, which I will shall be done without any earthly pomp, and my debts paid, I will shall be sold, and the money thereof coming, to be distributed in works of charity and pity, after the good discretion of mine executors undernamed.

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  • -- E.H. DUH.MEL and Co. 7 Duke street, Grosvenor square, have constantly on sale the undernamed Natural Mineral Waters, which they can supply fresh and genuine at a very reasonable price.

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  • Done and signed at St. Cloud, in triplicate, by the commissioners undernamed, the day and year above mentioned,

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  • Maker, Creator, and Redeemer, beseeching the most glorious Virgin and blessed Lady Saint Mary the Virgin and Mother, with all the holy company of heaven, to be mediators and intercessors for me to the Holy Trinity, so that I may be able, when it shall please Almighty God to call me out of this miserable world and transitory life, to inherit the kingdom of heaven amongst the number of good Christian people; and whensoever I shall depart this present life I bequeath my body to be buried where it shall please God to ordain me to die, and to be ordered after the discretion of mine executors undernamed.

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  • I went farther, and proposed that ten or a dozen of the most substantial woollen-drapers should join in publishing an advertisement, signed with their names to the following purpose: -- That for the better encouragement of all gentlemen, &c. the persons undernamed did bind themselves mutually to sell their several cloths and stuffs, (naming each kind) at the lowest rate, right merchantable goods, of such a breadth, which they would warrant to be good according to the several prices; and that if a child of ten years old were sent with money, and directions what cloth or stuff to buy, he should not be wronged in any one article.

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  • At least, we do not feel ourselves justified in doing so, without reference to the undernamed German work.]

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