Medway Council Heritage Services catalogues
  • Title
    Meeting day book
  • Reference
  • Date
  • Level of description
  • Extent
    1 volume [repaired 2010/11]
  • Scope and content
    Special items are as follows: order that the little fire engine be put in good order (f.2), copy address to King on the victory over rebels, 1746 (f. 5), engine for weighing hay to be erected (f.22), copy petitions to the Commons against the bill for naturalising foreign protestants and against the excessive use of spirituous liquid by the common people, 1750/1 (f.50), purchase of two new fire engines, 1755 (fs. 88, 94), order that the court house be fitted up for the reception of the judge of assize, 1759 (f.120), copy address on Accession: of George III (f.136), town hall to be insured against fire, 1765 (f.187), agreement to petition parliament for the right to hold a court of requests, 1768 (f.214), inventory of the effects of Daniel Woodmeston and memorandum of the destruction of all the records of several charities to which he was provider in a fire at his house (f.214), copy petition to the Commons in opposition to a petition for the paving and lighting of the High Street of St Nicholas and Strood and to make a road through Star Lane to Chatham Hill, 1769 (f.215), copy petition regarding dispute pavement commissioners for Chatham and St Margaret's Bank (f.281), copy letter from the Secretary of State enclosing a plan for raising corps in the principal towns, 1782 (f.333), steps to be taken to hold a cattle market on the fourth Tuesday in each month, 1783 (f.346), copy address to King on his escape from assassination (f.372).
  • Existence and location of copies
    This document is microfilmed