Kings Bench

           It appearing unto this Court that Robert Dobinson of Staple Inn Buckings Holborn gentleman is duly qualified to act as an attorney of his Majesty’s Court of Kings Bench at Westminster and he having said day taken in open court the oaths appointed to be taken instead of the oath of Allegiance and Supremacy and also taken and subscribed the oaths appointed to be taken by attornies by an Act of Parliament made in the second year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Second Intitled “An Act for the better Regulation of attorneys and solicitors.”   This Court doth hereby admit him an attorney of his Majesty’s said Court of Kings Brench and order his admission to be Inrolled by the proper Officer pursuant to the direction of said Act  Dated this thirtieth day of April in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety three.//

                                                                                                             By the Court

Sworn in open Court of our Lord the King before
the King himself at Westminster the Thirtieth day of              By the Court
April in the Thirty Third year of the Reign of King
George the Third

                              Inrolled the same day                         [signature indecipherable]

Source: collection of Peter Tiersma