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Derbyshire Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1852

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Execution against the Goods of Defendant.E+W+S+N.I.

In the Small Barmote Court for the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth [orLiberty of ].




Whereas at a Small Barmote Court duly holden at within the Jurisdiction of the said Court, before the Steward of the said Court, the said Plaintiff, by the Judgment of the said Court, on the Day of recovered against the said Defendant the Sum of £ for a certain Debt before that Time due and owing to the said Plaintiff [ or for certain Damages by him sustained, or Possession of a certain Mine situate, & c.], together with the Sum of £ for Costs of the Suit by the said Plaintiff in that Behalf expended: And whereas Three Days have elasped since the Day on which such Judgment was given: And whereas the Sum of £ or the Sum of £ being Part of the said Sum of £ has not been paid to the said Plaintiff: These are therefore to require and order you forthwith to make and levy the said Sum of £ together with the lawful Fees and Expenses allowed by the ’’ Derbyshire Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1852,’’by Distress and Sale of the Mineral Property of the said Defendant, wheresoever it may be found within the Jurisdiction of this Court.

Given under the Seal of the Court, this Day of .

To the Barmaster of the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth [orBy the Court, Liberty of ].E.F.,Steward.

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