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Derbyshire Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1852

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To the Barmaster, whether the Duties be performed by him or by his Deputy.U.K.

£ s. d.
Threepence per Load upon all Ore measured in the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth, exclusive of Lot, Cope, and Tithe; Brown Ore in the same District, when weighed, Sixpence per Ton.
One Penny per Dish for measuring Offal and Hillock Ore in the Liberty of Crich.
For summoning a Jury to attend Small Barmote Court, 11. 1s.: for each Cause appointed to be heard at the Court for which the Jury is summoned; such Sum to be paid by the Plaintiff if the Cause does not proceed to the Taxation of Costs.
For attending Small Barmote Court, 10s. 6d.; for each Cause appointed to be heard thereat, to be paid by the Plaintiff, if the Cause does not proceed to the Taxation of Costs.
For summoning Jury to a View0 5 0
For attending a View, except when required by himself1 1 0
For transferring a Mine0 5 0
Entry or Register of every Transfer or other Document, under the 6th Article0 1 0
Copy of same0 1 0
Entering each Freeing0 1 0
Copy of same0 1 0
Entry of Gifts for each View0 1 0
For summoning and attending the Jury on the Sale of the Lord’s Meer0 10 0
Service of every Notice, Summons, or Order not before provided for0 2 0
Making out List of Jurors for the Small Barmote Court1 1 0
For every Search amongst or Examination of the Documents in the Custody of the Barmaster or Deputy Barmaster0 1 0
For giving Possession of a Mine under the Steward’s Warrant0 5 0
For executing any Warrant issued by the Steward:
1st. Where the Amount to be levied shall be less than 20l.:
Seizing the Property0 3 0
Each Man in possession, per Day0 2 6
All Expenses of Advertisements, if any0 10 0
Catalogues, Sale, and Commission, and Delivery of Goods, 1s. in the Pound on the Produce of the Sale.2d. Where the Amount to be levied shall exceed 20l
Seizing the Property0 10 0
Each Man in possession, per Day0 2 6
All Expenses of Advertisements, if any1 1 0
Catalogues, Sale, and Commission, and Delivery of Goods, 1s. in the Pound on the Produce of the Sale.

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