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The council may by petition obtain the appointment of a stipendiary magistrate for the borough.
When they received pay, which must have been the usual case, they were literally his soldiers, or stipendiary troops.
In the remote country places more than anywhere is the stipendiary a necessity.
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He was made pensionary (stipendiary magistrate) of Middelburg; and two years afterwards of Dort.
The evidence was excessively contradictory, and the Stipendiary dismissed the summons with a good joke.
The borough has a separate commission of the peace, having a stipendiary magistrate since 1858.
To effect this object, a large police force was necessary, and it was accompanied by a stipendiary magistrate.
A stipendiary magistrate may do alone all acts authorized to be done by two justices of the peace.
He is responsible for the appointment and removal of recorders and stipendiary magistrates.
The first, collective or stipendiary, was levied by the towns and cities, and from them received its maintenance.

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