An ancient court of record in Liverpool, once called the “mayor’s court of pays sage,” but now usually called the “court of the passage of the borough of Liverpool.” This court was formerly held before the mayor and two bailiffs of the borough, and had jurisdiction in actions where the amount in question exceeded forty shillings. Mozley & Whitley.

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