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4I apply for a certificate under the Pedlars Act 1871, authorizing me to act as a pedlar within the police district.
Dated this day of (Signed)A.B.
Form of Pedlar’s Certificate
In pursuance of the Pedlars Act 1871, I certify thatA.B. [name of applicant] of in the county of aged years, is hereby authorized to act as a pedlar within the police district for a year from the date of this certificate. [To be altered, if necessary, to correspond to any order of the Secretary of State or Lord Lieutenant of Ireland as to time of expiration of licenses.]
Certified this day of A.D. (Signed)
The certificate will expire on the day of A.D.
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