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A general Bill of Chriftning; and Burials from December 8, I795, to December 13, 1796.
* There have been executed in Middlesex and Surry, 32; 8 of which number were for murder and of the whole number (12 only) have been reported to buried (as such) within the Bills of Mortality. WHERE OF HAVE DIED,
Under Two Years 6772 –Thirty and Forty 4–Ninety and a Hundred 55
Between Two and Five 2840 –Forty and Fifty
—Five and Ten 900–Fifty and Sixty 1328 A Hundred I —Ten and Twenty 621–Sixty and Seventy 1 1 A Hundred and Two ... I -Twenty and Thirty 1211–Seventy and Eighty 892 A Hundred and Four I
land; or any meeting called by two or more justices of the peace of the county or place where such meeting shall be holden; or any meeting of any city or borough, or town corporate, called by the mayor or other head officer of such city, or borough, or town corporate; or any meeting of any ward or division of any city or town corporate, called by the alderman or other head-officer of fuch ward or division; or any meeting of any corporate body) fhall be holden, for the purpose or on the pretext of confidering of or preparing any petition, complaint, remonstrance, or declaration, or other address to the king, or to both houses or either house of parliament, for alteration of matters established in church or state, or for the purpose, or on the pretext, of deliberating upon any