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Derbyshire Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1852

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XLIV Proviso for Small Barmote Courts within Stoney Middleton and Eyam, and several other Places.E+W+S+N.I.

And whereas it may happen that a sufficient Number of Miners, Owners, or Maintainers of Mines, not being Members of the Grand Jury, may not be resident within the united Liberty ofStoney MiddletonandEyam,or within the said united Liberty ofAshford, Tideswell, Peak Forest,andHartington,or within the said Manor or Liberty ofLitton,or within the said Manor or Liberty ofYoulgreave,from which the Barmaster may make a List of Forty-eight Persons liable to serve upon the Jury: It is therefore declared, That whenever a Small Barmote Court is held for the said united Liberty ofStoney MiddletonandEyam,or for the said united Liberty ofAshford, Tideswell, Peak Forest,andHartington,or for the said Manor ofLitton,or for the said Manor ofYoulgreave,respectively, it shall be lawful for the Barmaster of the Manor or Liberty in which a Small Barmote Court is required to be held to summon either the whole Number or so many Persons as may be necessary to form a Jury of Twenty-four Persons, either from his own List or from the Lists of the other Liberties mentioned in this Section, which last-mentioned Lists shall be produced for the Inspection of the Barmaster requiring the same.

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