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which said sum of

I, the said justice, do award the said A. B. to pay to the said C.D. the party grieved, as a reasonable satisfaction for his damage and costs, which said sum of

is now here demanded by the said C. D. of the said A.B. who doth not deny the same being due, but doth refuse to pay the same. ven under my hand and seal at

in the said county of the day and year first above written.

last past,

as such

day of

No. 6. Another Form of an Order of one Justice for not

paying a Hackney Coach fare, under 9 Ann. c. 23. s. 2. City and Liberty Whereas information and complaint of Westminster,

hath been made unto me W.R. one of tu wit.

his majesty's justices of the peace in and for the city and liberty of Westminster, by A.B. driver of the hackney coach numbered 356, that one C. D. had unlawfully refused and neglected to pay him the said A.B. as such driver as aforesaid, the sum of as and for the fare and hire of the said chariot on the day of for time in the parish of in the said city and liberty, and as being the money justly due to the said A.B. driver as aforesaid for carrying and conveying the said C.D. in the said chariot on the said

contrary to the statute in such case made and provided. And whereas the said C. D. having appeared before me to answer the said complaint, and the truth thereof having been satisfactorily proved before me by the said A. B. on the day of instant at in the parish of

in the said city and liberty, that he had not paid the said sum of

or any part thereof, or showed to me any just cause why the said fare for the hire of the said chariot should not be paid. I, therefore, having duly and justly examined into the truth and matter of the said complaint, and upon due consideration had thereof, do hereby adjudge, order, and award that he the said C. D. do and shall pay to the said A. B. as such driver as aforesaid the said sum of

money justly due to him the said A. B. for the cause aforesaid, and also the sum of

for the reasonable costs incurred in attending the prosecution of the said complaint by the said A.B. which said damage and costs being at the time and place last mentioned demanded of the said C.D. and he having refused and neglected to pay or make reasonable satis

as the

faction for the same, I, the said justice, did then and there, in pursuance of the said statute in such case made and provided, bind over the said C.D. to the next general quarter sessions of the peace to be held for the said city and liberty, to abide such order and adjudication as may be then and there made in the matter by the justices to be then and there assembled. Given under my hand and seal at

aforesaid, in the city and liberty aforesaid, the

in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and

day of

HAWKERS AND PEDLARS.

BePORE any person can obtain a licence to trade or travel from town to town, or to other men's houses, either on foot or with horse or horses, either by opening a room or shop, and exposing goods, wares, or merchandises to sale by retail, in any town, parish, or place, not being a householder there, or the same not being his usual place of abode, or by any other means, or device, to vend or sell either by himself

, or by any auctioneer, whether licensed or not, broker, appraiser, agent, servant, or other person in his behalf, any goods, wares, or merchandises whatever, by outcry, knocking down at hammer, candle, lot, parcel, or any other mode of sale at auction, whereby the best or highest bidder is decreed to be the purchaser, he must produce to the commissioners for licensing and regulating hackney coaches, a certificate signed by some one clergyman officiating within the parish, chapelry, or place where the person so applying has his usual place of residence; and also by two respectable inhabitants of the same place, attesting that such person is of good character and reputation, and fit to be licensed to exercise the trade of a hawker, pedlar, and petty chapman ; 50 Geo. 3. c. 4. s. 12.

No. 1. Form of a Certificate to be produced on applying for a Hawker's Licence, under 50 Geo. 3. c. 41. s. 12.

We T. N. the minister, and A. B. and C.D. being two householders residing at in the parish [chapelry or other

wise, as the fact is] of in the county of do hereby certify that E. F. hath been known to us for the space of a years last past, and during all that time hath usually resided in the said parish [chapelry or other place as the fact is) of in the said .county of and is a person of good character and reputation, and fit to be licensed to exercise the trade of a hawker, pedlar, and petty chapman. Dated at in the county of this

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day of

No. 2. Information against a Hawker for not having his

Packages, &c. marked with the words * LICENSED HAWKER,' fc. under 50 Geo. 3. c. 41. s. 14.

day of

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County of Be it remembered, That on this

in the

year

of our Lord to wit, one thousand eight hundred and A. B. of in the said county,

who sues (or informs] as well for our sovereign lord the king as for himself, in this behalf, comes before me W. R. esquire, one of his majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said county of and on his oath says, [or gives me the said justice to understand and be informed,] that one C. D. late of hawker of [describe the goods sold, or at least particulars to shew that he was a hawker or travelling trader,] did on the

instant, at the parish of in the said county, travel and trade under colour of a license, [or, as the case may be,] without causing to be written, painted, or printed, in large legible Roman capitals, upon the most conspicuous part of every pack, box, bag, trunk, case, and cart, (or waggon, or other vehicle, or conveyance,] in which he carries his goods, wares, and merchandize, [or, upon the most conspicuous part of the room and shop in which he so trades, or, upon every hand bill or advertisement which he gives out, distributes, or publishes,] the words • LICENSED HAWKER, together with the number, name, or other mark or marks of distinction so written or printed upon his license as aforesaid, contrary to an act of parliament passed in the fiftieth

of his late majesty king George the third, intituled, 'An Act for placing the duties of hawkers and pedlars under the management of the commissioners of hackney coaches, whereby and hy force of the said statute the said C. D. has forfeited the sum of ten pounds for his said offence, to be distributed as the law directs, according to the form of the statute in such case made and provided; whereupon the said A. B prays judgment of me the said justice in the premises, and that the said C. D. may be summoned to appear before me the said justice, to answer unto the said complaint, and make defence thereto. Ex and taken the day and year

year

first above written,

before me,

No. 3. Summons thereon.

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in the county of

hawker. [This summons may be addressed to a constable, in the common way; it is of no consequence who serves it, but the service of it must be proved on oath.]

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County of

Whereas information and complaint upon

oath have this day been made before me W.R. to wit. esquire, one of his majesty's justices of the peace in the said county, by

of in the said county,

who sues (or informs] as well for our sovereign lord the king as for himself in this behalf, that

you
C. D. late of

in the said county hawker of [describe the goods sold, or at least particulars, as in the information,] did, on the

day of instant, at the parish of

in the said county, travel and trade under colour of a license, (or as the case may be,] without causing to be written, painted, or printed, in large legible Roman capitals, upon the most conspicuous part of every pack, box, bag, trunk, case, and cart, (or waggon, or other vehicle, or conveyance,] in which you carry your goods, wares, and merchandize, (or upon the most conspicuous part of the room and shop in which you so trade, or upon every hand bill or advertisement which you give out, distribute, or publish,] the words ' LICENSED HAWKER,' together with the number, name, or other mark or marks of distinction so written or printed upon your licence as aforesaid, contrary to an act of parliament passed in the fiftieth year of the reign of his late majesty king George the third, intituled • An Act for

• One justice may receive the original information, and summon before two justices, 3 Geo. 4. c. 23. s. 2.

day of

placing the duties of hawkers and pedlars under the management of the commissioners of hackney coaches,' whereby and by force of the said statute, you C. D. have forfeited the sum of ten pounds for your said offence, to be distributed as the law directs, according to the form of the statute in such case made and provided: These are, therefore, in his majesty's name to will and require you personally to be and appear before me, or such other of his majesty's justices of the peace for the said county, as shall be then and there sitting at in the said county,

the

day of at the hour of ten in the morning, to answer the premises, as the law directs. Given under my hand, the

in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and For the Conviction, see the Form, No. 28, p. 30, post.

No. 4. Warrant of Distress thereon. County of

To the constable of the parish of to wit. Whereas C. D. late of

hawker of [describe the goods sold, or at least particulars, to shew that he was a hawker or travelling trader,] was on the day of

in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and at in the said county of

duly convicted before me, W. R. esquire, one of his majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said county, upon the oath of E. F. a credible witness, for that he the said C. D. did, on the

at the parish of in the said county, travel and trade under colour of a licence [or, as the case may be), without causing to be written, painted, or printed in large legible Roman capitals, upon the most conspicuous part of every pack, box, bag, trunk, case, and cart, (or waggon, or other vehicle, or conveyance,] in which he carries his goods, wares, and merchandise, [or upon the most conspicuous part of the room and shop in which he so trades, or upon every hand-bill or advertisement which he gives out, distributes, or publishes,] the words Licensed Hawker,' together with the number, name, or other mark or marks of distinction so written or printed upon his licence as aforesaid, contrary to an act of parliament passed in the fiftieth year of the reign of his late majesty king George the third, intituled ' An Act for placing the duties of hawkers

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