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NOTICE is hereby given, that, by a poſitive Act of Parliament, the following Penalties are inflicted upon Perſons guilty of the following Offences in Lincoln's Inn Fields.

For laying or throwing any Filth, Dung, Aſhes or Rubbiſh, in any Part thereof, to forfeit Twenty Shillings, or be committed to Priſon.

For riding or airing any Horſe or Horſes, or going round with any Carriage for breaking Horſes, to forfeit Forty Shillings, or be committed to Priſon for a Month.

For any looſe, idle, or diſorderly Perſon or Perſons running Races, or uſing any ſport or ſports in the ſaid Fields, to forfeit Forty Shillings, or be committed as in the laſt Article.

For every Perſon who ſhall break through, or get over the Rails or Fence of the Incloſure of the ſaid Fields, to forfeit the Sum of Forty Shillings, or be committed to Priſon for a Month.

For beating Carpets on the Rails, or in any Part of the Fields,

the Penalty of Twenty Shillings, or be committed.


NOTICE OF PENALTIES FOR OFFENCES IN LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS—In the year 1805