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T/MAG: Magistratesí Court


Acc. 796



Ref: T/MAG

Reference: [GB 0212] T/MAG
Title: Records of the Magistratesí Court
Date(s): 1925-1974
Level: Fonds
Extent:

Source of Acquisition:
Transferred from Carmarthenshire Record Office, 1 September 1991.

Scope and Content:
Records of the Magistratesí Court (formerly the Court of Petty Sessions) and papers relating to the Cardiganshire licensing Compensation Fund.

1. Accounts Ledger, 1956-1974

2. Sundry Lloyds Bank Statements, Statements of interest on investments, correspondence, invoices, 1971-1973

3. Certified Accounts, 1973/74 1964/65

4. Bundle of invoices from Cambrian News

5. Cheque book [Lloyds Bank], 25 August 1971-4 October 1973

6. File QS.18 [6] General Correspondence

7. File QS.20. Home Office circulars, 1953-1973

8. Bank book [Lloyds], 20 November 1925-30 September 1969

9. Order Book, 9 March 1966-28 May 1969

10. Cheque Book [Lloyds], 4 October 1948-7 April 1960

11. Invoices: Cambrian News, 1952-1953

12. Cashed cheques, 24 December 1952-1 October 1953

13. Compensation Committee Minutes March, 1952-Sept 1973

14. Applications for Off-Licence, 1927-1961

15. Minutes of County [licensing] Committee, 7 July 1938-4 October 1973

16. Financial Statement, 31 December 1971 and 31 December 1972

17. Miscellaneous financial papers, 1971-72

18. Minutes of Magistrates Courts' Committee, 3 April 1952-3 January 1974

19. Financial Statements, 1929-1963, 1965-1970, 1973

20. Invoices: Cambrian News and Welsh Gazette, 1960

21. Magistrates Courts Committee Minutes, 1955-1973

22. Home Office circulars, 1970-1974

23. Correspondence: General Council of Magistrates' Courts Committee, 1970-1974

24. General correspondence, Magistrates Courts Committee, 1969-74 [2 files]

25. Correspondence re training of new magistrates, 1972-1974

26. Correspondence re Petty Sessional Divisions [Cardiganshire], 1956-1974

27. Correspondence Justices' Clerk's Offices Lampeter and Cardigan, 1968-1974
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