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Mr. Haseldine Jones opened in the negative. The following membe also spoke: Messrs. J. H. Bate, G. H. Daniell, Dr. Herbert-Smith, Dr. Archer White, Messrs. Archibald Hair, Arthur E. Clarke, A. \V. Sells, and J . F. \Valker. The motion was lost by the casting vote of the chairman.

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Mr. Hannr Maui, solicitor, of 2, Old Serjeants‘-inn, London, has been appointed a Commissioner of the High Court of Judicature at Fort \V liam, in Bengal, to take affidavits, or solemn aflirmations, or declarations in all suits, matters, and proceedings in the said court now pending, or which may hereafter be pending therein, and also to take the acknowledgments under Act 31 of 1854 of the Governor-General of India in Council or any other law now in force of married women in respect of property in India.

Mr. LEWIS Cowmn, barrister Recorder of Folkestone, has been elected Treasurer of the Honourable Sdcietg of Gray's-inn for the ensuing year, in succession to Mr. Mattinson, Q. ., whose term of office will expire on the 18th of April next.

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\Vednesday’s list of calls to the bur, says the Daily News, reveals the statistical fact of the growing disinclination on the part of lawyersto bring up their sons to be counsel “learned in the law.” Out of the entire number (61) there are only eleven whose parentage discloses any legal status or qualification.

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Monday being the grand day of Hilary term, the treasurer of Gray’s Inn (Mr. Mattinson, Q.C.) and the masters of the bench of this society entertained at dinner the following guests, viz. : —His Excellency the Japanese Minister, the Speaker of the House of Commons, the Home Secretary, Lord Macnaghten, Mr. Justice Bruce, Mr. Justice Ridley, Sir William Broodbent, Bart., M.D., Sir Clements Markham, K.C.B., Sir Edward Clarke, Q.C., M.P., Sir Forrest Fulton, Q.C., His Honour Judge Addison, Mr. K. Muir Mackenzie, Q.C., C.B., Mr. Lawrence, M.P., Mr. Fildea, B.A., Mr. Edward Pollock, Mr. Dickinson, and Mr. H. Harrison. The masters oi the bench present, in addition to the treasurer,were : Lord Watson, Lord Shaud, 1\[r. Bowen Rowlands, Q.C., Mr. Rose, Judge Paterson, Mr. Mulligan, Q.C., Mr. Lcwis Coward, Mr. Fleming, Q,.C., Mr. Macaskie, Mr. C. ARussell, Q.C., Mr. Montague Lush, Mr. Herbert Reed, Q.C., Mr. Terrell. Q.C., and Mr. Barnard, with the reacher, the Rev. J . H. Lupton, DDThe Japanese Minister was received by the students with great cheering.

Speaking at the annual meeting at Norwich, on Monday, of the Norfolk and Norwich Police-court Mission, Mr. Justice Grantham said th_at_any 0119 who had had anything to do with the administration of the cnuunn 1" knew that it was a great thing to be able to get at the offender at the inception of his criminal career, or then some good might be dope. but with hardened criminals the greatest possiblc difficulty arose. \Vith a person convicted once there was ii chance of reformation, but when the convictions numbered five or six the idea of reclamation _was almost hopelessTherefore, the great thing was to stop the criminal on the threshold of his career, and this could not be better done than by the influence of apoliceccurt mission. No doubt it was very diflicult to induce people _to give up criminal habits, but there was a_greater chance of reclaimmg young offenders than there was of reformmg the old. There had been a great decrease in the last few years in the number of persons who were brought before the magistrates and her Majesty's Judges. He could remember the time when barristers spoke of crime as prospering, and when they went on circuit expecting plenty of briefs. This was not the case now, for the character of the ower classes _seemcd to have changed for the better. This improvement was, he believed, due to two things—t_he spread Oi education and the remedial efforts that were made by such institutions s5 police-court missions.

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THE PROPERTY MART. ssnns or assume WEEK.

Feb. l.—Messrs DIBINHAII, Tlwsox, Fauuaa, & BBIDGIWATIE, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Shop Property in the Borough High-street, let on lease (4 years unexpired) at £300 per annum. _ Solicitors, Messrs. Hawks, Stokes, & MOKBIDID, London . (See advertisement, this week, p. 5.)

Feb. 3.—-Mr. Emuisr Owaas, at the Mart, at 2 p.m , Freehold Ground-rents of £180 per annum, secured upon property in Harrow and Hampstead, producing 111,000 per annum. Solicitors, Messrs. Preston, Stowe, & Preston, and Ernest Bevir, Esq., of London. Leasehold Ground-rents of £249 per annum, secured upon property at Clapham and Hampstead, producing £2,500 per annum. Solicitor, C. G. C. Shaw, Esq., London. (See advertisements, this week, p. 22;.)

Feb. 3.-——Messrs. H. E. Fosraa 6: CBANFIELD, at the Mart, at 2 p.m. :

BEVERSIONS: _ _ _

To One-Fifth of £880 on Mortgage and Deposit; lady aged 72. Solicitor, H.
Stanley-Jones, Fsq., London.

To £1,000 charged upon a Trust Estate; lady aged 51; provided a gentleman
aged 48 survive her. Solicitor, H. Stanley-Jones, Esq., Landon.

To One-Third of £20,000 secured upon a Trust Fund; gentleman aged 50; and
One-Third of £5,000 on decease of same gentleman, and lady aged S7.
Solicitor, Chas. F. Appleton, Foq , London. _

To a Trust Fund amounting to £500; lady aged T5. Solicitors, Messrs. Harris
8: Harris, Sittingbourne. _

To a moietiy of £2,500 Manchester Corporation Stock ; lady aged 52. Solicitor,
Chas. underdale, Esq-. Manchester.

SHARE IN POSSESSION :
One-ninth of Freehold Premises in Birmingham; let on lease at £610 per annum.
Solicitors, Messrs. Jordan 6: Lavington, London.
A BOX IN THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL:
On the Grand Tier (10 seats). Solicitors, Messrs. Barlow 8: Barlow, London.
POLICIES:
For £1,000, £1,000, £1,000, £500, £500, £100. Solicitors, Messrs. Strick, Belling-
ham, 5: Hanson. Swansea.
{Sec advertisements, this week, back page.)
Feb. 4.—Mr. R. (‘coarser KING, at the Old Ship Hotel, Brighton, at 3 p.m., Three Fres-
hold Residences in Brighton and Worthing. Solicitor, Hyde Bailey King, Esq.,
Margate. (See advertisement, this week, p. 224.)

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APPLETON, Fnlscii, 8: Seasr-rox, Ll)llTED—PEi.!l for winding up, presented Jan 11, directed to be heard on Wednesday, Feb 2 Hnlse 8: Co, 61, Cheppsido, solors for petners. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later an 6 o’clock in the afternoon of Feb 1

Coaacmvrso Rm ssn Ain Trris Co, Lnii-ran (of Pilgrim st, Newcastle on Tyne, and Wansbeck Cycle Works, Mo?eth)—Cr-editors are required, on or before March 4, to send in their names and ad resses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Thomas Gilles ie, 54, Westgate rd, Newcastle on Tyne

JOKER (YALGOO? Gonn Mums, Li im-so—Creditors are required, on or before March 4, to send their names and addresses, and the rticulars of their debts or claims, to Mr. Frank Cook, 1, Crosbie sq. Romer & Hasliiin 4, (‘opthall chmbrs, solors to liquidstor

Harness Nos.-ni Cimzsns Goi.u Misixo Co, Liiiirr.o—Creditors are required, on or before Feb 15, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Horace Herwin, 5, Moorgate I-it bldgs. Blachford 6.: Co, 15, Walbrook, solors for liquidator

KIATS Bsorasas, Liiiirsn—By an order made on Jan 12 it was ordered that the voluntary windingiup of Keats Brothers, Limited, be continued. Morten & Co, Newgate st, agents for C a liners k Shaw, Leek, solors for petner

N.\1iom'1u. C0)ll‘A.\'\’ FOB rm: DISTRIBUTION or Ei.sc-riiici-rr nr SECONDAIH‘ GENRE-A‘l'OB.<, Lnu'rsn—Petn for winding up, ‘resented Jun 15, directed to be heard on Feb 2. Edward Bettoley, 23, Surrey st, ictoria Embankment, solor for petner. Notice of glppepring must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of

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or before Tum;-lay, March 8, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or ms to Edward Mounsey, 3, Lord st, Liverpool. Oliver & Co., Liverpool, solors for liquidators

Baoivsrisins GUILD Poi-rsnr Socir.-rr (Lnm-an)-By an order of Dec 3 it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the Society be continued. Morten & Co, Newgate st, agents for Challinors 8: Shaw, Leek, solors or petners

Boiicii a O‘Rsii.i.r, Liiii-ran-Creditors are required, on or before Feb 14, to send in their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to William Herbert Chant:-ey, 57, Moorgate st. (.\ new company, registered on Oct 15, 1897 , under the same name, has taken over, and is carrying on, the businem at Snow hill.)

Erriiio NATURAL Misriur. Warns Co, Liiiirsn—Petn for winding up, presented Jan 12 directed to be heard Feb 2. Trower & Co, 5, New sq, Lincoln's inn, solors for petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Fe 1

THE Iscaxnsscsxr Fiai: FRAME S\'.\'D1CA'l‘E, Lnin-sn—Creditors are required, on or before the Feb 17, to send their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to Fredk S Salaman, 3, Bucklersbury

Loxuos DBAPHRY Sroaes, Lll!l’l‘BD—~Péf.lJ for winding up presented on Jan 20. directed to be heard Feb 2. Warner & Co, 21, Great Winchester st, solors for the pstnr. Notice gt gppearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of

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90 Mina DEVZLOPIIENI‘ SYNI)lCA'1‘I, Liiiirsn—Creditors are required, on or before Feb 28. to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Edward Joseph Townsend, 25, Bucklersbury

PINNACLBS Goi.n Miss, Liiiii'sn—Creditors are required, on or before March 12, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Ernest Henry Saunders, Boston House, New Broad st

Roxsoaoiis Paiiss (l.4lll'l‘ED£—P6i-ll.lOl1 for winding up presented Jan 21, directed to be heard Feb 2. Richard W ite, 7, New inn, Strand, so or for petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Feb 1

Was-rsau AUSTRALIAN Dsvsnornsnr Coaroanios (Luiiran) —Petition for winding up presented Jan 20, directed to be heard Feb 2. H. H. Cooke, 101, Idol lane, solor for petnsr. Notice of appearing must reach the above named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Feb 1

Winiisu Siuiiir & Soxs, Lniirizn —(.'rcditors are required, on or before March 8, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to George Dawson Deeley, 9, Bennett's hill, Birmingham

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Ti=|Annizi's, HARRY Joxss, Kensington, Artist High Court Pet Jan 17 Ord Jan 17

Tnousox, WALTER, Ramsey, Hunts, Builder Peterborough Pet Jan 18 Ord Jan 18 _

Wsngiinn, HENRY, Reading Reading Pet Jan 17 Ord

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Woon, Joni: CBITCIILOW, Burton on Trent, China Dealer

Burton on Trent Pet J an 17 Ord J sin 17

Amended notice substituted for that published in the London Gazette of Nov. 19 :

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Genius, Eu.in1. Bedminster Bristol, Licensed Victualler Bristol Pet Dec 30 Ord Jan 13

ORDER RESCWDING RECEIVING ORDER.

Oi.i>1s, THOMAS, 26, Miles st, Hammeismith, Clerk High Court OrdMarch 11. 1891 Resc Jan 19

FIRST MEETINGS.

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g ]an.,29, 1898. i THE SOLICITORS’ JOURNAL. 7 [Vol. 42.1 223,

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FIRST MEETINGS.

ALLsx, Roassr CATLEY, Bridlington Quay, Yorks,
Painter Feb 2 at 11 01! Bee, 74, Newborough st,
Scarborough

.Airrmirws, WiLi.iI, South lteddish, Lanes, Silk Finisher Feb 3 at 12 O11’ Rec, County chmbrs, Market pl, Btockport

'Cox, WiLLisu, Stockport, Labourer Feb 3 at 11.30 OB Bee, County chmbrs, Market pl, Stockport

Cl-UFDALL, Tsoius Bui.Loos,Barry Doc , Glam, Iron

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Borcnnn, Fnsxi: WiLLi.\ii, Gt Yarmouth, Labourer Gt Yarmouth Pet Jan 21 Ord Jan 22

Cocacsosr, Taoiiss, Halifax, Baker Halifax Pct Jan 17 Ord Jan 17

Dicicns, Snwsn, Manchester, Draper Manchester Pet Jan 6 Ord Jan 22

GAMKON, Hsxnr, Chesterfleld, Hardware Dealer Cheaterfield Pet Jsn 21 0r<lJan 21

GBTHING, \ViLi.iu1 Hssiiv, Melincrythan, nr Neath. Glam, Labourer Neath Pet Jan 20 Ord Jan 20 _

Gisns. \ViLLi.ni, Bedminster, Bristol, Butcher's Assistant Bristol Pet Jan 3 Ol‘(l Jan 20

HALL, Jniss Saran, and JOHN Sana HALL, Great Yarmouth, Shipsmiths Great Yarmouth Pet Jan 7 Ord Jan 22

Hsaniso, Rossnr, Barnstaple, Devons, Timber Merchant Barnstagle Pet Jan 22 Ord Jan 22

HAIILAND, ssnr, Hartlepool, Innkeeper Sunderland Pet Jan 19 Ord Jan 19

HARRISON, Roiisn.~r, Ilkeston, Derbys, Butcher Derby Pet Jan 20 Ord Jan 21

Hsar, Joan Hszmr Manx, Marylebone, Conchbuildei-'s Salesman High Court Pet Jan 7 Ord Jan 20

HILTON, Tiroins, Otley, York, Coachbuilder Leeds Pct Jan 20 Ord Jan 20

Huomzs, Tnonss, Wakefield, Grocer “Takefleld Pet Jan 19 Ord Jan 19

Joussross, Cnsanss, Leeds Leeds Pct Jan 21 Ord Jan 21

Joxns, JOHN’, Newport, Mon Newport, Mon Pet Jan 21 Ord Jan 21

KITCIIBN, WsLrsa Jozii, St Helen’s, Lanes, Fatate Agent Liverpool Pet Dec 23 Ord Jan 22

Lsscisrsiir, Hniar, Kingston upon Hull, Commercial }‘rav;ller Kingston upon Hull Pet J an 21 Ord

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LAUEHLLABD, EDWARD, Moorgate st bldgs High Court Pet Nov 18 Ord Jan 19

Mssssv, Josni-n, Preston, Wholesale Cabinet Maker Preston Pet Jan 21 Ord Jain 21

MATIIEWS, WiLLisu Hssar, Cardiil, Grocer Cirdifl Pet Jan 10 Ord Jan 20

MonssLL, JOHN ROOKES. Sidmouth, General Dealer Exeter Pet Jan 18 Ord Jan 20

Mrlns, HARRY, Bolton Percy, Yorks, Joiner York Pet Jan 18 Ord Jan 19

Psaruso, Bonner Jons, Slough, Bucks, Clerk High Court Pet Dec 2 Ord Jan 19

Rasnixo, Hssar, South Kilworth, Leicester, Schoolmaster Leicester Pet Jan 20 Ord Jan 20

RICHARDS, DAVID, Pontardulais, Carmarthens, Grocer Carmarthen Pet Nov 30 Ord Jan 19

Bosoriisii, ED\\’All.D, Kensington, Financial Agent High Court Pet Jan 20 Ord Jan 20

SAVIGNY, Eooaa Roniiiousz. Bed Lion ct, Fleet st High Court Pet Jan 5 Ord Jan 20

Scorr, Fmmcis, Holme Cultrain, Cumbrld, Farmer (farlisle Pet Jan 19 Ord Jan 20

Snrrsox, Aarnoa, Leeds, Estate Agent Leeds Pet Jan 21 Ord Jan 21

Siiisj Toéié Tredegar, Tailor Tredegar Pet Jan 22 Ord

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Sui-rs, Tnoins, York, Eating house Keeper York Pet Dec 23 Ord Jan 22

SNELL, Bicnsao Gloaoir, Piccadilly High Court Pet Sept 24 Ord Jan 20

STUTTABD, WILLIAM, Nelson, Lanes Burnley Pet Jan 20 Ord Jan 20

’l‘1irL0a, Hsassar J.uiss,Br0mley, Draper Croydon Pet

T Decal OrdJanl19

i-Lsa, DWABD, Co elorcl Gloucester Butcher Ne ort

Mon Pet Jan 21 Ord Jan 21 , WP ,

Wsvon, Bonnar, Cardifl‘, Commission Agent Cardiil’ Pet Nov 13 0rd J an 17

WiiirLsn, Gsoaox, Doneaster, Furniture Broker Sheflleld Pet Jan 20 Ord Jan 20

Winnox, Tuomss WiLi.i.ur, Kingston upon Hull, Master Mariner Kingston ugon Hull Pet Jan 21 Ord Jan 21

Woon, Eowsnn, London ndge Station, Auctioneer High Court Pet Dec 16 Ord Jan 20

WOODWARD, GEORGE FBIDEMCK, Henley, Stafls, Cattle Dealer Hanley Pet Jan 20 Ord Jan 20

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OLD FORD, PLAISTOW, HAMMERSMITH, HERNE-HILL AND WIMBLEDON. By order of the Trustees of the late Jno. Todd, Esq.Freehold Ground Rents. D] R. J. HORATIO HIBBARD has received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the MART, Tolcenhouse-yard, E.C., on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, FEB. 16 and 17, 189$, at TWO o'clock precisely each day, in suitable lots (as will be set forth in the particulars of sale), the following valuable INVESTMENTS = OLD FORD.—A Freehold Ground Rent, secured upon the valuable shop property, Nos. 285 to 293, Roman-road, of per annnin .. ......... .. £23 0 0 A Freehold Ground Rent, secured on two dwelling houses, Nos. 93 and 95 Parnell-road of

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or annum . 0 0 0 PEAISTOW.—A eliold G cured on Nos. 176, 178, 150, and 182, Plaistow

road, of per 18 0 0 A Freehold Ground Rent, secured on Nos. 15!. and 186, Plaistow-road, of per annuin ......... .. 9 0 0

HAMMERSM1TH.—I<‘i-eehold Ground Rents, secured on Nos. 122, 12$, 126, 128, 130, 132, and 131-, Blythe-road, amounting to per annum 56 0 0 A valuab e Freehold Ground Bent,secured upon the fully licensed property known as the Old Parr‘s Head, at corner of lllythe and MasBorough roads, producing per annuru ....... .. 7 0 0 A Freehold Ground Rent, secured upon five dwelling houses, Nos, 5 to 13, l\Iasboroughroad, producing per annum ...... ............... .. 25 O 0 A Freehold Ground Rent. secured on four dwelling houses, Nos., 39 to 45, l\Iasboroughroad, producing per annum ......................... .. 20 0 0 A Free old Ground Rent, scoured on two dwelling houses, Nos. 13 and 14, Springvaleterrace, at rear of Old Parr’s I-lead, producing per annum S O 0 HERNE-HILL. eehold Grou d Rent, secured on Nos. 6 and 8, Hardess-street, Herne-hill-road, Loughborough Junction, roducing per aunum ......... .......... .. 9 0 0 WJIMBLEDON, Surrey.—-Freehold Ground Rents secured on five residences, Nos. 1, 8, 5, 7,and1l,Tabor-grove,prodncingperannum. 21 0 0 Together producing a. gross rcnt per annum ...£205 0 0 Particulars and conditions, of sale may be obtained at the Mart, E.C. ; of Chas. G. T. Lucas, Esq., Solicitor, 16, Cliflord’s Inn, Fleet-street, E.C.; or of Mr. J. Horatio Hibbard, Auctioneer and Surveyor, Estate Ofllce, 17, Blesslngton-road, Lee, S.E., Winchrnore-hill, N., and 17, Union-court, Old Broad-street, E.C. CHELSEA AND PIMLICO. By order of the Trustees of the late John Todd, Esq.-— Valuable Leasehold Investments. MIR. J. HORATIO HIBBARD has been favoured with instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the MART, Tokenhouse-yard, E.C., on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16 and 17, 1898, at TWO o’clock precisely each day, in suitable lots (as will be set forth in tho particulars of sale), the following very valuable GROUND RENTS, Profit Rentals, and Dwelling Houses : GHELSEA.—-Lawrence-street.—Five Dwelling Houses, being Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, Lawrence-street, King's-road. Held for about 40 years unexpired, and producing per annum 15 0 A Leasehold Rental, arising from premises at rear of above in Upper Uheyiie-road, of per annum 30 0 0 Kasker-stree . Leasehold Gr , ing from Nos. 19, 21, 23, 21-, 25, 26, 27, 28, 20, 30, 32, 33, 3i, 85, 86, 38, 89, 40 42, 43, 44, 45, 4-s, 47, as, 49, 50, 52, 54 ima so, Husker-street. Held for about 47 years and producing per annum - 163 15 0 Two Dwelling‘ Houses Nos 31 and 41, Hackerstreet. He d for about 47 years unexpired, and producing per annnm ... 66 0 0 Britten-street.—An Im'Froved Rental, arising from the Brewhouse ap (formerly Builders Arms), 13, Britten-street. Term over seven yearstorun. Producing per aniinm .......... .. 50 0 0 First-street.-—A Leasehold Ground Rent upon No. 56, First-street. 47 years unexpired, at a peppercorn, producing Ber annum .......... .. Milner-strect.—A valua le long Leasehold double—frcnted Residence, Stanley House, containing eight bed rooms, three reception rooms, and omestic oiliccs. Held for 46 years imexpired. Let on Lease, producing per annnm. ........ ...................... 159 0 0 Leasehold Ground Rents, secured on Nos. 2, 4, and 6, Milner-street, producing per annum 21 0 0 Rawlings-street.—Leesehold Ground Rent, secured on No. 22, Rawlings-street, and producing per annum ............... ........... .. 6 0 0 Orford-street.—A Short Leasehold Investment, Nos. 22 to 82 (inclusive), Orlord-street. Term 3% years to run. Together producing per annnm ....... 270 0 0 Ovington-strcet.—Leasehold Ground Rents, secured by Nos. 11, 15, 17, 10, 31, and 84-, Ovington-street. Tenn 47 years to ran. Together producing per annum ...... 43 0 0 Whitehead’s-izrove.—A Valuable Leasehold Rental, being No. 22, Whitehead's-grove, with premises at rear, with entrance from College-street, producing per annum 115 O 0 PIMLIO0 (Eccleston-place),-—Loasehold Property, being Nos. 27, 20, 30, 31, and 32, Eco eston-place. 13 years to run, and producing together per annum . 1

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TOKSl.Il0l”{)1‘O(ll10l11g a gross rent of per annum£1,170 10 0

Particu ars and conditions of sale may be obtained as at foot of previous advertisement.

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FRINDSBURY, KENT.

By order of the Trustees of the lute Jno. Todd, Esq.— Within 2!; miles of the city of Rochester, and about two miles from Strood and Higham-road Stations (S.E.Ry.).

“R. J. HORATIO HIBBARD has rel coived instructions to SELL by AUCTION at the MART, Tokenhouse-yard, E.C., on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1808, at TWO o'clock precisely, the valuable and picturesque FREEHOLD ESTATE known as The Mount, Frindsbury, together with an entrance lodge, stabling, greenhouses, outbuildings, gardens, and orchard well-stocked with fruit trees, the whole for many ycarsin the occupation of the deceased owner, and having an area of about six acres. The residence occupies a commanding position upon an eminence, with extensive views, and cont ins: On the first fioor—'1‘wo large best bed rooms, three other bed rooms, and servant s bed room, fitted bath room (h. and c.), and w.c. On the ground 1loor—-Entrance hall, large drawing room, dining room, morning room, kitchen scullcry, w.c., outhousc, with oil engine pumping water for domestic use and driving dynamo to supply electric light to residence. Goachnousc and s‘abling, vinery, greenhouses, outbuil dlngs, entrance lodge containing four rooms, together with garden, paddock, and orchard, well-stocked with fr ittre .

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D] R. F. H. B. RIDDLE is instructed to

SELL by AUG l‘ION, at the MART, Tokenhouse Yard, E.C.,_ on TUESDAY, MARCH B, at TWO o’clock punctually, in One Lot.

The above valuable FREE HOLD GROUND RENT S, abundantly secured on high-class property, situate close to Wandsworth-common Station, in the County of Surrey, and comprising 10 houses in Nightingale-lune, ll houses in Bolingbrcke-grove, 80 houses in Granard~road, 15 houses in More la-road, 21 houses in Estcourt-road, B houses in Thurleigh-road, 10 houses in Niglitingale-parlr crescent, and 4 ouses in Blenkarne-road, the whole lormmg a compact estate, and presenting an investment of unexceptionabie character notoftsn to be 0btained,wilh reversion to the rack rents of 1981.

Particulars and conditions of sale maybe had of Messrs. Leo and Pembertons, solicitors, 4-1, Lmcoln’s-inn-fields; at the Mart; and of the auctioneer, Mr. F. H. B. Riddle, 72, Park-street, Grosvenor-square, W.

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OROYDON.

By order of the Executors of the Will of the late John Webster, Esq.—A semi-detached Freehold Residence, with large garden and stabling for two horses, known as No. 1, The Close Chatsworth-road, a retired position, only about ten minutes‘ walk from East Croydon Station. The house contains ten bed, dressing, and bath rooms, handsome drawing and dining rooms, and full-sized billiard room, and ample domestic omca, and the lawn and garden occupy about a quarter oi an acre, with a considerable road frontage.

To be SOLD by AUCTION by

JOSEPH STOWER,

At the MART, Tokenhonse-yard (near the Bank of
England), E.C.,

On TUESDAY, FEB. 15, 1808, at TWO o'clock, in

Room B.

With possession.

Particulars of Messrs. S. HUGHES 5: SONS, Solicitors,

33, Bedford-street, Covent-garden, W.C., and at the

Auctioneer's oliice, 4'1, Chancery-lane, W.C.

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By order of the Executors of the Will of John Webster, Esq., deceas»-d.

WANDSWORTH COMl\lON.—Tnroe Leasehold Houses, Nos. 30, 35, and 36, Bucharest-road, Earlsfleld-road, five minutes from the Common and near Gl8pI1fll1ljunction. Let to respectable tenants, and producing £83 per annum, and held for 91 years at £5 10s. gioundrent each. In three lots.

BRIXTON-HILL.—A Leasehold Villa Residence, being No. 20, Crastor-road, Elm-park. containing eight rooms and kitchen, wash-house, 8:0. Garden at rear and side entrance. Held for 78 years at £7 10s. ground-rent, and let to a yearly tenant at £36 per annum.

WALHAM-GREEN.—15 Houses, Nos. 1 to 29 (odd numbers), Grove-avcnue, situate near Fulham-road and Walham-green Station. Producing from weekly tenants £429 per annum, and held for 66 years at £5 groundient each. In one lot.

To be SOLD by AUCTION, by

JOSEPH STOWER,

At the MART, Tokenhouse-yard (near the Bank of
England), E.C.

On TUESD/iY,FEB. 15, 1898, at TWO o‘clock, inRo<_>mll.
Particulars of Messrs. S. HUGHES it SONS, Solicitors,

33, Bedford street, Covent.-garden, W.C. ; and at the

Auctioneer’s ofllcc, ~13, Chancery-lane, W.C.

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