The Later Records Relating To North Westmorland Or the Barony of Appleby. Originally published by Titus Wilson and Son, Kendal, 1932.
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1. The public Records in the custody of the Clerk of the Peace are the Commissions of the Peace; Bills of Indictments; Recognizances; Rolls of persons who have taken and subscribed the Oaths of Office and Certificates of their having received previously the Sacrament, commencing in 1724; Books containing Orders of Sessions and copies of Indictments, commencing in 1599; Books containing the registry of the names of Papists and their real estates; Copies of Awards of Commissions for inclosing Commons; Rules of Friendly Societies; Treasurer's accounts; Rolls of Orders of removal of paupers and orders in bastardy; Bonds for rebuilding and keeping in repair the public bridges; Lists of persons qualified to serve on juries; Land Tax Assessments etc. etc.
2. The building where the Records are lodged is at Lowther and in good repair, the property of the Custos Rotulorum of the County, held during his Lordship's pleasure without rent being paid for same.