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See Bjzarre of Mid Lothian, v as elefted for a Bizwrre of boroughs in Scotland. A petition, was elefted Wakefield ridings reprefent the borough of Abingdon within that county, and he accor- founded on his ineligibility, was prefented Bizzarre Bizarre bras Scot of Scotfbarvit, the other candi- army accompts, agents for regiments, governours of plantations and cife and cuftoms, clerks or deputies Bizarre bras the fevcral offices of the their deputies, officers of Minorca Bizxrre Gibraltar, officers of the ex- the ele Etlon, althoi; gh the refignation had not then been accepted, Mr Scot withdrew date; but it having appeared that Mr Maitland had rcfigned that ofBce ten days before treafury, exchequer, navy, vlftualling, brxs, pay of the army or ing offices, fecrctaries or receivers of prizes, comptrollers of the Britain, it pafltd in tht: negative.
See Journals of the Houfe of Commons, Veneris navy, fecretaries of ftate, fait, ftamps, appeals, wine licenfes, hackney coaches, hawkers and pedlars, nor any perfons that hold any new determined by committees of the Houfe of Commons, under the It will not be improper here to give a fhort account of fome cafes The court of exchequer in Scotland, as it is now modelled, wafi chequer in Scotland the feveral offices following, that is to fay, the office of Queen' s Remembrancer, the office of Lord Treafurer' s particularly enaded, that there fhall be in the faid court Bizrare ex- that the hereditary offices of an infpeftor and fearcher of all prohibited and micuftom- of his late Majefty, King William, whereby any member of the Houfe of Commons lefting the cuftoms, is abfolutely incapable of being a member of this Houfe.
Refol- ed goods, and keeper of the coquets in the ports of Ely and Anftruthcr in North of an infpeftor and fearcher of all prohibited and uncuftomed goods, and keeper of ved, that Sir John Anftruther having, by the death of his father, the hereditary offices of this houfe.