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Oaths and Declarations of Corporate Officers

Has the wording of the oaths officers took and that of the declarations. It also includes how the Mayor making ceremony is conducted. Indicating in what order the Mayor, Recorder and Mayor-elect process and what oaths the Mayor-elect must take. Also the manner of swearing the Mayor. The oaths and declarations swear loyalty to the King, which have been crossed out and replaced with Queen in a number of oaths. The Oath of Alleigiance and Supremacy are to Queen Victoria by name. The oaths included in the volume are:

Oath of Allegiance (cross through with marginal note that it has been repealed)
Oath of Supremacy (cross through with marginal note that it has been repealed)
Declaration of Fidelity by a Quaker
Affirmation of a Quaker upon his being made a Freeman
Freemans Oath
Common Council Mans Oath
Aldermans Oath
Common Council Man's oath on choosing the Mayor
Mayors Oath
Mayors Oath as Clerk of the Market
Recorders Oath
Town Clerks Oath
Serjeants Oath
Deputy Clerk of the Markets Oath
Sacrament [?] carmerar [?]
Eastgate Oath
Southgate Oath
Constables Oath (a pencil annotation adds superintendent of police)
Leet Oath
Coal Metters Oath
Corn Metters Oath
Oath of the officer for the enquiry, surveying and punishment of offences committed upon the waters
Coroner's Oath
Justice of the Peace Oath

Declaration of officers in Pursuance of Act of Parliament 9th; Geo 4th; C17 (passed on 9th May 1828)
Declaration that I do profess the Roman Catholic Religion, including the oath of abjuration (cross through with marginal note that it has been repealed)

Ten oaths of allegiance and supremacy are written and signed, two are left blank. These are either undated or range from 1865-1867.
An edited meter's oath is also recorded and signed.

Coroner inquests and depositions

Coroner's rough handwritten deposition books with verdicts. E.M. Beloe was Coroner for the King's Lynn District but also contains inquests held by deputy and assistant deputy-coroners. They are not comprehensive, there are a few verdicts that do not appear in KL/C 22/260 and some verdicts in KL/C 22/260 for cases which do not appear in these volumes.

Edward Milligen Beloe; 1871-1932; the younger, solicitor, antiquary; King's Lynn, Norfolk

Norwich and Central Norfolk Coroner's District

  • COR 7
  • Fonds
  • 1997-2003

Daily Record Sheets, 1997-2001
Inquests, 2001-2003
Photographic Evidence, 2001-2003
Sudden Death Reports, 2001-2003
Returns, 2001
Treasure Trove, 2001-2003

Norwich and Central Norfolk Coroner's District; 2001-2007; Norwich, Norfolk

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