A guide to the magistracy and lieutenancy of Berks: the acreage and population of the county, the petty sessional divisions, the times and places of holding, and the order of proceeding at the quarter sessions. To which is added an account of the lords-lieutenant, the militia, and yeomanry of the county and also lists of the high sheriffs and of the members returned to Parliament ...
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