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Corporation tramways manager's miscellaneous correspondence and papers

Includes: Borough War Memorial list of subscriptions with covering letter, Apr 1919, lists of Yarmouth and Gorleston servicemen who attended a [? public] dinner, nd [c 1919], circulars from companies advertising their services, copies of letters re damage to tramcars, letters from advertising contractors re advertisement plates on corporation vehicles, 1919-1920, a response from Glasgow re queries about their tramway fares and distances per ticket, 1920, and a handful of memos and copy dismissal notices 1921-1922

Great Yarmouth Borough Council, Transport Department; ?-?; Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Borough Gaol

Gaol books; Bridewell book; Committal and Discharge books; Index and Receiving book; Gaol registers with indexes; Analyses of registers; Daily Number books; Discharge books; Diet books and accounts; Gaol accounts; Gaol Keeper's, Surgeon's, Chaplain's and Schoolmaster's journals; Visiting Justices' Order and Minute books; Gaol Sessions minute book; and other miscellaneous registers and papers.

Poor Rate Books

The poor rate was levied by parish officials, the Churchwardens and Overseers, and confirmed by the Borough Justices. Thus even after the inclusion of Gorleston-with-Southtown and Runham Vauxhall (a detached part of the parish of Runham) within the borough boundary, three separate rates continued to be levied, each of the three parishes being within a different Union. The Yarmouth rate books were numbered up in 1855 when the series, starting about 1740, was virtually complete. At some time after 1895, however, it was decided to retain books for every fifth year only. The terms 'St Nicholas Ward' and 'North Ward' are used interchangeably.

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