the Disturbers of the Quiet and Peace

Derby, March 25

SIR,
++In Justice to this County, you are required to publish the Clerk of the Assizes Calendar, that the Publick may know who were the Disturbers of the Quiet and Peace of this Neighbourhood; it being very evident that a Leicestershire Mob has brought a scandal upon the County of Derby, by neglecting their lawful callings, and assembling in a riotous and tumultuous manner. I am, &c.
+++++++FRANCIS WATERS
++Deputy Clerk to the Assizes

At the General Delivery of the Gaol of our Lord the King, of the County of Derby in and for the same County, on Tuesday the 17th Day of March, in the Seventh year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, now King of Great Britain, &c. Before the Hon. Sir Richard Aston, Knt. one of the Justices of our Lord the King, assigned to hold pleas before the King himself, and others his Fellow Justices, &c.

Joseph Towle, Edward Bradley, William Lydel, William Stubley, Moses Hunt, Robert Underwood. Not Guilty delivered.
++Richard Wardale, John Thompson, junior, Joseph Neal, Thomas Berrisford, William Webster, Daniel Yates, Thomas Mallwood, Thomas Heywood, John Bennett, John Elverson, John Gent, John Hall, John King, Job Greensmith, Robert Plant, James Hedges, William Moss. Being convicted of a Riot and Misdemeanor, and having severally entered into a Recognizance with a surety each to keep the Peace, and be of good Behaviour for one year ensuing, are Fined one Shilling each, and ordered to be imprisoned a week, in the common Gaol, and until the said Fines be paid.
++Thomas Darsin, being convicted of the aforesaid Riot and Misdemeanor, and having entered into a Recognizance, with a Surety to keep the Peace, and be of good Behaviour for one year ensuing, is Fined one Shilling and discharged.
++George Burton, Francis Dexter, George Yeild, William Brotherhood, Thimas Miller, James Stretton, William Hill. Being convicted of a Riot and Misdemeanor, and having severally entered into a Recognizance to keep the Peace, and be of good Behaviour for one year next ensuing, are Fined one Shilling each, and to be discharged on Payment thereof.