2 edition of The antient manner of electing sheriffs of London and Middlesex found in the catalog.
The antient manner of electing sheriffs of London and Middlesex
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1841:17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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The antient manner of electing sheriffs of London and Middlesex: and other officers yearly, at the Guild-Hall on the 24th of June, offered to the consideration of all sober citizens, &c. The antient manner of electing sheriffs of London and Middlesex and other officers yearly, at the Guild-Hall on the 24th of June, offered to the consideration of all sober citizens, &c.
The Practice of the Office of Sheriff and Under Sheriff: Shewing the Powers and Duties of Those Offices, the Manner of Appointing the High Sheriff, Under Sheriffs, and Their Deputies, the Election of the Sheriffs of London and Middlesex, with the Bye-laws of the City Relating Thereto, the Nature of Actions by and Against Sheriffs, Including All the Modern Determinations and Necessary Precedents.
The Local Government Act created a new office of High Sheriff of Middlesex appointed in the same manner as other English and Welsh counties. At the same time, the most populous parts of Middlesex were included in the new County of London, which had its own High Sheriff.
List of sheriffs of London See also. List of lord mayors of London; Footnotes. Folios ccxxxvii - ccxxxviii: Nov - Pages Calendar of Letter-Books of the City of London: F, and go out of the City in order to avoid the office of Sheriff of London and Middlesex, and on that account others less able are elected through their default to the same office, to their great hurt and dishonour of the said City, and.
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In the jurisdiction of the sheriffs was restricted to the City. The Local Government Act created a new office of High Sheriff of Middlesex appointed in the same manner as other English and Welsh counties.
At the same time, the most populous parts of Middlesex were included in the new County of London, which had its own High Sheriff.
Pursuant to a royal charter of Henry I circathe liverymen of the City elected two sheriffs of "London and Middlesex" upon payment of £ per annum to the Crown. This practice continued untilwhen the Local Government Act came into force. The Knife Grinder has been a presence on London’s streets for hundreds of years, and his cry certainly pre-dates the Civil War.
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It also retained the services of numerous lawyers and others in government service to protect and promote its interests. The City paid a fee-farm of £ to the crown and a. Two Sheriffs are elected annually for the City of London by the Liverymen of the City Livery Companies.
Today Sheriffs have only nominal duties, but previously had important judicial responsibilities. They have attended the Justices at the Central Criminal Court Old Bailey since its original role as the Court for the City and Middlesex.
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