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Burgh of Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock District Seal and Charter 1975

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Elizabeth the Second by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Our other Realms and Territories Queen Head of the Commonwealth Defender of the Faith
To all such persons as may from time to time hold office as justices of the peace for Our District of Kilmarnock and Loudoun GREETING Know ye that you are and each of you is by these Presents assigned to keep Our peace in Our said district and to keep and cause to be kept in all points in Our said district the rules of law and enactments from time to time obtaining for the good of Our peace and for the preservation of the same of for the quiet rule and government of Our people And to deal according to law with all persons that offend against any of those rules of law or enactments And also to cause to come before you and to deal according to law with all persons against whom anything is alleged giving just cause under any rule of law or enactment for the time being in force why they should find security to keep the peace or be of good behaviour towards Us and Our people And to exercise all other such jurisdiction and powers as by any rule of law or enactment and may from time to time belong to justices of the peace And therefore We command you and each of you that you diligently apply yourselves in Our said district to the keeping of Our peace and of the rules of law and enactments aforesaid and to the other matters hereinbefore mentioned doing therein what to justice appertains according to law In Witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent WITNESS Ourself at Westminster rhe sixteenth day of May 1975 in the twenty-fourth year of Our Reign

Materials/Media:
paper, ribbon and wax seal
Source:
The Dick Institute
Digital Number:
EADO064a; EADO064b; EADO064c
Creation Date:
May-75
Copyright:
East Ayrshire Council


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