|Title:||W.J. Campbell Allen, Belfast to 'Sir'|
|Collection||Irish Emigration Database|
|File||Campbell Allen, William John/13|
|Sender||Campbell Allen, William J.|
|Source||D1558/1/1/11: The Papers of William John Campbell Allen, Deposited by F.D. Campbell Allen Esq., 15 London Road, Harrow-on-the-hill, Middlesex.|
|Archive||The Public Record Office, N.Ireland.|
|Log||Document added by LT, 13:04:99.|
|Transcript||Belfast July 30th 1841.|
I have received a notification from the
Secretary to the Lord Chancellor, that his Lordship
has been pleased to appoint me a magistrate
for the County of Antrim. At the present I am a
practising Barrister on the North East Circuit;
and I trust that there will be no objection
to my continuing my practice at the Bar, along
with holding the [Coun-ipi--?] of the Peace, upon
the understanding that I shall not appear
as counsel in any criminal court in the County
for which I am appointed.
I am, Sir,
Your very Obedient Servant
W.J. Campbell Allen.
The Rt. Hon.
The Attorney General