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BRUNTON, ARTUUR JOnn, Fakenham, Norfolk, Boot EDMONDSON, JAMES EDWARD, Leeds, Grocer Leeds Pet KNIGHT, HENRY WILLIAM, Chatham, Confectioner Feb 23
at 11 115, High st, Rochester
22 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st CUAMDERY, WILLIAM, Sutton in Ashfield, Notts, Joiner Francis, Sterex Jous, Frome, Somerset, Fruiterer LEWIS, PRYCE, Blaenivoa, Mon, Geocer Feb 23 at 12 0.1 Nottirgham Pet Feb 9 Ord Feb 9 Frone Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10
Rec, Westgate chmbrs, Newport, Joa Crocombe, GEORGE, Marwood, Devon, Farmer Barnstaple GARTSIDE, NEWLAND, (rewe, Restaurant Proprietor 13 LIXER, THOMAS CHARLES, Alfreton, Billposter Feb 21 a! let Feb 7 Ord Feb 9 ley Pet Feb 8 Ord Feb 8
12.30 Off Rec, 40, St Mary's gate, Derby, Davies, William, Penywain, nr Atcrdare, Innkeeper HONDAs, Hexey Oswald, Bromyard, Hereford, Draper Lovell, ALFRED, St George, nr Bristol, Boot Manufacturer Aberdare Pet Feb 9 Ord Feb 9 Worcester Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12
Feb 23 at 3.20 Off Rec, Baldwia st, Bristol Dawsov, Joux, Bradford, Worsted Epinner Bradford JEPICOTE, Rurus, Belgrave, Leicester Leices'e Pet Feb LUMSDEX, JAMES, Gateshead, Schoolmaster Feb 23 at 12 Pet Feb 9 Ord Feb 9 11 Ord l'eb 11
Off Rec, 30, Mosley st, Newcistle on Tyne EDMUNDS, CHARL8, Aberaman, Aberdare, Butcher Aber Johnson, Willia LARRY, Mountsorrel, Grocer Leicester Mason, Willian Janes, Leytonstone, Provision Dealer dare Pet Feb 7 Ord Feb 7 Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11
Feb 22 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Cirey st FLOWERB, JAMES STEPHENS, New Swindon, Wilts, Hair KniouT, HENRY WILLIAM, Chatham, Confectioner Roches OSBOBXE, BENJAMIN Joux, West Woodlanis, nr Frome, dresser Swindon Pet Feb 9 Ord Feb 9 ter Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10
Cattle Dealer Feb 23 at 12.15 Of Rec, Baldwia st, GRAY, HARRY, Alresford. Ilants, Corn Merchant Win Lewre, J ANKS, Charles st, Blackfriars rd, Milk Carrier Bristol chester Pet Feb 9 Ord Feb 9
High Court Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12
PARTRIDGE, Hexey William. Bedmiaster, Brist), B nt GREEN, JOHN GEORGE, Cheltenham, Dairy Farm Manager LoVELL, ALFRED, St George, nr Bristol, Boot Manufacturer Dealer Feb 23 at 3.45 Off Rec, Baldwin xt, Bristo! Cheltenham Pet Feb 8 Ord Feb 8
Bristol Pet Jan 22 Ord Feb 10
PAYNE, JESSE, Birmingham, Liceased Victualler
Feb 21 HAXNETT, JOHN WILLIAM, West Bridgford, Notts, Tiinber MCNAMEE, FRANCIS, Darlington Stockton on Tees Pet at 11 174, Corporation st. Birmingham Merchant Nottingh in Pei Jan 17 Ori) Feb 8
Feb 9 Ord Feb 9
PURDY, Thomas, Clay Cross, Derbys, Saddler Feb 22 at 12 HARPER, Noan, Wolverhampton, Coachbuilder Wolver- | Marx, William, Penzance. Cornwall, Coal Merchant Of Rec, 40, St Mary's gate, Derby hampton Pet Feb 7 Ord Feb 7
Truro Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11
Richards, ARTHUB Edwix, Leicester Feb 22 at 12.30 HILL, GEORGE, Skipton, Yorks, Commission Weaver Minty, WILLIAM HERBERT, and Walter II ExkY SKINNER,
Off Réc, 1, Berridge st, Leicester Bradford Pet Jan 3 Ord Feb 8
Trowbridge, Builders Bath Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12
RICHARDSON, ROBERT, Layton, Yorks, Farmer Feb 23 at HUGHES, THOMAS, Mountain Ash, Glams, Confectioner | MORGAN, GILDARS Owex, Llandebie, Carmarthens, Cabinet
12.15 Off Rec, 28, Stonegate, York Aberdare Pet Feb 7 Ord Feb 7
Maker Carmarthen Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11 HUXLEY, JAMES THOMAS, Old Kent rd, Licensed Victualler Morpuer, Robert, and John William Morphet, Earby, Siscos, BENJAMIN, West Bromwich, Dairyman Mar 4 at High Court Pet Feb 7 Ord Feb 9
Yorks, Stone Merchants Bradford Pet Feb 12 Ord
STOREY, JOSEPH, and Jour STOREY, Bradford, Bakers Joxes, Jonn, Mardy, Glam, Labourer Pontypridd Pet Feb 12
Feb 24 at 11 Off Rec, 31, Manor row. Bradford Feb 7 Ord Feb 7
PARTRIDGE, HENRY WILLIAM, Bedminster, Boot Dealer Swain, William, St Leonards on Sea, Tailor Feb 22 at KIBBY, HENRY, Aberystruth, Mon, Miller Newport, Mon Bristol Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11
12 30 Young & Sons, Bank bldg, Hastings Pet Feb 9 Ord Feb 9
PIXCHBECK, GRORGE, Great Grimsby Great Grimsby Pet LEACH, HARBY, Leeds, Flock Dealer Leeds Pet feb 7 Feb 7 Ord Feb 7
Thomas, JAMES, Hafod, nr Pontypridd, Grocer Feb 22 a$ Ord Feb 7 POWELL, JAMES, and John SMITH, Ashington, Northumber
12 65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil Mann, Thomas WILLIAM. Swinton, nr Rotherham, Glass land, Grocers Newcastle on Tyne Pet' Feb 12 Ord Turner, Joux, Heywood, Lancs, General Contractor Feb Bottle Hand Sheffield Pet Feb 8 Ord Feb 8 Feb 12
24 at 11 16, Wood st, Bolton MORGAN, JOns Aaron, Bridgend, Builder Cardiff Pet Richardson, Robert, Bielby, Yorks, Farmer York Pet
WATT, GEORGE MUTERER, Shincliffe, Durham, Printer Feb 7 Ord Feb 7 Feb 9 Ord Feb 9
Feb 22 at 12.30 Three Tuns Hotel, Durham Iasit, William Joux, Waltham Cross, Hertford, Licensed SANDERS, WILLIAN Davis, Cardiff, Grocer Cardiff Pet
WILKES, WILLIAM HENRY GRIFFIN, Birmingham, Surgeon Victualler Edmonton Pet Dec 20 Ord Feb 7 Fehii Ord Feb 11
Feb 23 at 11 174, Corporation st, Birmingham OSBORNE. BENJAMIN Joux, West Woodlands, nr Frome, Serd. JULIUS ARTHUR, Old Broad st, Clerk Wandsworth
WOODWARD, John, Worton, nr Isleworth, Market GarCattle Dealer Frome Pet Feb 8 Ord Feb 9 Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10
dener Feb 22 at 3 Off Rec, 95, Temple chmbrs, POLLARD, FREDERICK ABRAHAM, Treforest, Glam, Licensed Satu, Walter, Wellington, Hereford, Inukeeper Here Temple av Victualler Pontypridd Pet Feb 9 Ord Feb 9 ford Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10
Jan 24 Ord Feb 10
ARROWSUITH, JOHY, Adlington, Lancs, Mechanic Bolton Peice, SAMUEL, Aberaman, Aberdare, Greengrocer Aber- STRAHAN, R E, Southport, Commission Broker Liverpool
Pet Jan 27 Ord Feb 10 dare Pet Feb 7 Ord Feb 7
Pet Dec 22 Ord Feb 10
AspaLL, WILLIAM Laxtox, Leicester, Box Manufacturer PURDY, THOMAS, Clay Cross, Derby, Saddler Chesterfeld Thomas, Joux, Gowerton, Lougher, Glam, Builder Car
Leicester Pet Jan 17 Ord Feb 11 Pet Feb 8 Ord Feb 8
marthen Pet Feb 11 Ord F-bil
BARNES, SAMUEL, Andover, Hants, House Agent Salisbury Robson, ROBERT, Walmgate, York York Pet Feb 7 Ord Tooth, Artemus, Queen Victoria st, Picture Dealer High
Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11 Feb 7
Court Pet Nov 29 Ord Feb 10
BEAUMONT, JAMES, Old Lindley, Halifax, Farmer Halifax Roessler, FREDERICK Hexey, Stratford, Essex, Cork Turner, Joux, Heywood, Lancr, General Contractor
Pet Feb 11. Ord Feb 1! Merchant High Court Pet Dec 14 Ord Feb 8
Leicester Pet Bolton Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10
BRADY, ESTHER, Leicester, Mik Dealer Scott, ROBERT, Lastney, Hants, Cab Proprittor Ports WALTERS, WILLIAN JOSEPH, Pimlico High Court Pet
Jan 20 Ord Feb 11 mouth Pet Feb 9 Ord Feb 9
Jan 12 Ord Feb 10
BUTTERFIELD, WILLIAM, New Wortley, Leels, Baker Leeds SPAVEN, MARY, Sneaton, or Whitby, York Stockton on WHEATLEY, WILLIAM Robinsox, Gloucester, Piano Tuner
Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12 Tces Pet Jan 8 Ord Feb 7
Cheltenham Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10
CalvERT, WILLIAM Francis, Liverpool, Tailor Liverpo! STANSFIELD, JANE, Stubley Hall Farm, nr Rochdale, WINDSOR, ALFRED Ernest, Stramshall, nr Uttoxter, Con
Pet Sep: 20 Ord Feb 12 Farmer Rochdale Pet Feb 8 Ord Feb 8
fectioner Burton on Trent Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12
CLARKE, Thomas William, Ludborough, Lincs, Drape: Storey, JOSEPH, and John STOREY, Bradford, Bakers
Gt Grimsby Pet Jan 13 Ord Feb 12
Clough, JOSEPH, Castleton, nr Manchester, Tanner RochSWAIN, WILLIAM, Hastings, Tailor Hastings Pet Feb 8
London Gazette of Dec. 14:
dale Pet Jan 24 Ord Feb 10 Ord Feb 8
Martin, George HENRY, Twickenham Brentford Pet Cox, EDWARD Edwin, Redditch, Warehousem in BirmingThomas, SAMUEL, Wrexham, Grocer Wrexham Pet Feb Dec 8 Ord Dec 8
ham Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11 7 Orå Feb 7
Amended notice substituted for that published in the
Cross, Thomas William, Heanor, Derby, Licensed Vie. THORNE, Thomas WILLIAM, Gosport, Watchmaker Ports
tualler Derby Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 11
London Gazette of Feb 11: mouth Pet Feb 7 Ord Feb 7
CURRY, William, Buxton, But her Stockport Pet Feb 10 Trant, WILLIAM EDWARD, Kingswear, Devon, Baker CLOUGH, JOSEP11, Castleton, nr Manchester, Tanner Roch Ord Feb 10 Plymouth Pet Jan 20 Ord Feb 8
dale Pet Jan 25 Crd Feb 7
DEAKIN, GEORGE, Wakefield, Draper Wakefield Pet Feb TURNER, ISAAC, Leeds, Coal Merchant Leeds Pet Feb 7
11 Ord Feb 11 Ord Feb 7
Dentox, FLORENCE BEATRICE, Bradford Bradford Pet Watson, JAMES, Doncaster Sheffield Pet Feb 8 Ord ALLIN, SAMUEL SEALY, Garlick Hill, Canaon st Feb 22 at
Feb 11 Ord Feb 11 Feb 8
12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Dunne, John JosePa, Liverpool, Grocer Liverpool Pet WATT, GEORGE MUTERER, Shincliffe, Durham, Printer | Allisox, CI ES, Kirton, Lincs, Carpenter Feb 24 at
Jan 5 Ord Feb 10 Durham Pet Jan 20 Ord Feb 2
12.16 Off Rec, 4 & 6. West st, Boston
EDMONDSON, JAMES EDWARD, Leeds, Grocer Leeds Pct WESTLEY, J. H., Mrs., South Hackney, Boot Manufacturer ARROWSMITII, Jour, Adlington, Lancs, Mechanic Feb 23
Feb 10 Ord Feb 10 High Court Pet Dec 23 Ord Feb 7
at 11 16, Wood st., Bolton
EPTON, JOSEPH, Great Grimsby, Labourer Great Grimsby WRIGHT, WALTER WALKER, Burnley, Butcher Burnley ATCIIERLEY, Joun, Wellington, Salop Feb 24 at 11.30
Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10 Pet Feb 8 Ord Feb 8
Wright & Westhead, St Martin's pl, Stafford
FRANCIS, Stephen John, Frome, Somersets, Fruiterer
Jan 31 Ord Feb 10
HAWESLEY, WILLIAM, Sheffield, Butcher Sheffield Pet
Dec 30 Ord Feb 12
23 at 12.30 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
HOBDAY, HENRY Oswald, Bromyard, Hereford, Draper Feb 8, 1898 BLYTH, HABBY COLEMAN, Buxted, Sussex Feb 22 at 3.15
Worcester Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12 17, High st, Lewes
IS WORTE, WILLIAM BERNARD, Brighton, Jeweller Brighton
Pet Jan 14 Ord Feb 12
JEPACOTE, Rufus, Leicester Leicester Pet Feb 11 Ord
Jonsson, WILLIAM HARRY, Mountsorrel, Grocer Leicester BARNES, SAMUEL, Andover, Hants, House Agent Salis- Calveer, William FRANCIS, Liverpool, Tailor Feb 23 at
Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11 bury Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11 BEAUMONT, JAMES, Old Lindley, nr Halifax, Farmer Hali- CLARKE, THOMAS WILLIAM, Ludborough, Lincs, Draper
2.30 Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool
KNIGHT, HENRY WILLIAM, Chatham, Confectioner Roches
ter Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10 fax Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11
Feb 22 at 12 Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Great Grimsby Lewis, JAMES, Charles st, Blackfriars rd, Milk Carrier BENTLEY, REGINALD, Acton Brentford Pet Dec 20 Ord COOPER, John, Yeadon, nr Leeds, Shuttle Maker Feb 23
High Court Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12 Feb 11
at ii Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
MCNAMEE, Francis, Darlington Stockton on Tees Pet BUTTERFIELD, William, New Wortley, Leeds, Baker DE L'ISLE AND DUDLEY, Lord, Knightsbridge Feb 25 at 12
Feb 9 Ord Feb 9 Leeds Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12
Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
MANN, WILLIAM, Penzance, Cornwall, Coal Merchant CONISBEE, ALFRED, Leather bead, Veterinary Surgeon Dixon, WILLIAM HOLMES, South Shields March 1 at 11.30
Truro Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11 Croydon Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10
Off Rec, 30, Mosley st, Newcastle on Tyne
Mason, WILLIAM JAMES, Leytonstone, Provision Dealer Cook, SYDNEY HERBERT, Clacton on Sea Colchester Pet
ELLIOTT, JOHN JAMES, Bristol, Boot Dealer Feb 23 at 1 High Court Pet Jan 22 Ord Feb 10 Jan 18 Ord Feb 12
Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
Minty, William Herbeet, and WALTER HENRY Skinnes, Cox, EDWARD EDWIN, Redditch, Warehouseman Bir- Evans, Joun, Pontypridd, Commission Agent Feb 24 at
Trowbridge, Builders Bath Pet Feb 12 Ord Feb 12 mingham Pet Feb'11 Ord Feb 11 CRABTREE, JOHN A, Cardiff, Provision Merchant Cardiff FLOWERS, 'JAMES STEPHEN, New Swindon, Wilts, Hair
12'65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
MORGAN, GILDARS Owen, Ammanford, Llandebie, Car;
marthens, Cabinet maker Carmarthen Pet Jan 27 Ord Feb 10 dresser Feb 23 at 3 Off Rec, 46, Cricklade st, Swindon
Ord Feb 11 Cross, Thomas William, Heanor, Derbys, Licensed FrancIS, STEPHEN Joux, Frome, Somersets, Fruiterer Feb
Morpher, Robert, and Joun William Morphet, Earby, Victualler Derby Pet Feb 11 Ord Feb 11 23 at 3 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
Yorks, Stone 'Merchants Bradford Pet Feb 12 Ord CURRY, WILLIAM, Buxton, Butcher Stockport Pet Feb George, CHARLES ALBERT, Gt Yarmouth, Fisherman Feb
Feb 12 10 Ord Feb 10
26 at 12 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich
PAYNE, Jesse, Birmingham, Licensed Victualler BirmingDEAKIN, GEORGE, Wakefield, Draper Wakefield Pet Feb Haworth, JOHN ALFRED, Accrington, Grocer Feb 23 at 11 Ord Feb 11
11 County Court house, Blackburn
PINCHBECK, GEORGE, Gto Grimsby Gt Grimsby Pet feb Denton, FLORENCE BEATRICE, Bradford Bradford Pet Jones, RICHARD, Llanfynydd, Carmarthens Feb 22 at 12 7 Ord Feb 7 Feb 11 Ord Feb 11
Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen
Powell, James, and John Smith, Ashington, Northum, Dovey, Many, Stourbridge, Worcester, Licensed Victualler Jones, WALTER ROBINSON, Aberdare, Grocer Feb 23 at 2
berland, Grocers Newcastle on Tyne Pet Feb 12 Ord Stourbridge Ord Feb 9 65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
Pet Feb 11
WILSON, EDWARD, Bramley, Leeds Commission Waste BIR KBECK BANK Law Wigs and Gowns for Registrars, Town
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, RAMSHAW, FREDERICK CHARLES, Aldermanbury, Com
17.& 18 PICCADILLY
SPINK & SON mission Agent High Court Pet Dec 16 Ord Feb 10
W RAY, ALFRED JAMES, West Norwood, Builder High Court
COLD JEWELLERY, beg respectfully to Pet Dec 10 Ord Feb 9
that PLATE MEDALS
they RICHARDS, ARTHUB Edwir, Leicester Leicester Pet Jan
ACCURATELY APPRAISE 25 Ord Feb 11
JEWELS and SILVER RICHARDSON, ROBERT, Bielby, Yorks, Farmer York Pet
PLATE, &c., for the Feb 9 Ord Feb 9
LEGAL PROFESSION or ROBERTS, JAMES NASMYTI, Edward st. Hampstead rd,
PURCHASE the SAME for Baru boo Furniture Manufacturer High Court Pet
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E DE AND SON, Ord Feb 11
MAKERS. Feb 11 Ord Feb 11
BY BPKOIAL APPOINTMENT
Chancery-lans, W.C. VIALL, JOSEPH Henry, North Shields, Commission Agent
To Her Majesty, tho Lord Chancellor, the Whole of the Newcastle on Tyne Pet Jan 29 Ord Feb 8 Subscribed Capital, £1,200,000; Paid-up, £300,000.
Judicial Bench, Corporation of London, &c. WHEATLEY, WILLIAM ROBIxson, Cheltenham, Piano
Total Funds over £1,500,000. Tuner Cheltenham Pet Feb 10 Ord Feb 10
E, COZENS SMITH, General Manager. WILDMAN, E, Hammersmith High Court Pet Dec 8 Ord
BOBBS POR QUEEN'S COUNSEL AND BARRISTRRP. Feb 10 WILKES, WILLIAM HEXRY GRIFFIN, Birmingham, Surgeon
Clerks, and Olerke of the Peace,
Stramshall, Uttoxeter, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, London, W.C. Confectioner Burton on Trent Pet Feb 12 Ord
Corporation Robes, University and Clergy Gowns. Feb 12
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RECEIVÉR BY APPOINTMENT. and brass knobs and serted in their Western Suburbs Register free. Rent collec THE CEDARS ESTATE OFFICE, (opposite) WEST KENSINGTON chain. tions undertaken (large or small), and Property of all kinds
teed ; references to clients of 20 years' standing.-Offices,
Mr. J. W. Bibley has a large Estate Agency, and gives
References to Principals and Bankers.
JOHN GERMAN, SON, & BEVEN, and 67, CHARING-OROSB, LONDON.
LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS & AUCTIONEERS,
59 and 60, CHANCERY LANE, W.C.
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Cases Reported this Week.
In the Solicitors' Journal. Lord Monson's Settled Estates, Re...... 289 To see that the Insurance Covenants include a policy covering the risk of
Mander v. Ridgway
Olympia (Lim.), Re
Cronmire, Re. Ex parte Wand. Re
Cronmire. Ex parte Chetham......... 291
In the Weekly Reporter.
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ROBERT LEWIS, Chief Secretary. LEGAL AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
THE REMARKS which the Lord Chief Justice is reported to have recently made on R. S. O. ord. 22, r. 22, ought to insure
for the rule a speedy reconsideration. The rule provides that ESTABLISHED 1836.
where an action is tried by a judge with a jury no communication shall be made to the jury until after verdict, either of the
fact that money has been paid into court, or of the amount paid FUNDS
£ 3,000,000 in. The jury are required to find the amount of the debt or INCOME
£ 390,000 damages, as the case may be, without reference to any payment YEARLY BUSINESS
into court. In Williams v. Goose (45 W. R. 308 ; 1897, 1 Q. B. BUSINESS IN FORCE
- £ 11,000,000
473) an attempt was made to show that the rule 'was ultra vires. Under section 22 of the Judicature Act, 1875, no rule made
under the Judicature Acts is to prejudice the right of any party THE PERFECTED SYSTEM of Life Assurance is peculiar to this Society to have the issues for trial submitted and left by the judge to and embraces every modern advantage.
the jury with a proper and complete direction to the jury about PERFECTED MAXIMUM POLICIES.
the law, and as to the evidence applicable to the issues. It was
argued that when money is paid into court the only issue is WITHOUT PROFITS.
whether the money so paid in is sufficient to satisfy the plainThe Rates for these Whole Life Policies are very moderate.
tiff's claim, and this issue, consequently, either party who
desires it is entitled to have left to the jury. In that case £30 Age Premium Age Premium Age Premium
was paid in by the defendant; the jury returned a verdict of
£15, and the plaintiff urged that the non-communication of the 20 £1 7 8% 30 £1 16 %
£2 10 %
amount paid in was in effect a misdirection. The Court of
Appeal held, however, that the rule was a rule for regulating £1,000 POLICY WITH BONUSES
procedure which could properly be made under section 17 of the According to last results.
Judicature Act, 1875, and hence, if it is to be got rid of, this
can only be done through the instrumentality of the Rule ComValuation at 2} p.c. :-Hm. Table of Mortality.
mittee. The idea of the rule, apparently, is that the jury ought
to give their verdict purely on the merits of the case without Duration
regard to the sum at which the defendant has estimated his, Amount of Policy £1,199 $1,438 $1,724 £2,067
liability. The payment, however, is one of the facts of the
litigation which in the natural course should be communicated Next Bonus as at 31st December, 1901.
to the persons who have the issue of the proceedings in their hands, and it may be doubted whether there is any real advan
tage in concealment. Damages are at best an uncertain matter, OFFICES: 10, FLEET STREET, LONDON. and it is more just to the defendant for the jury to have to
consider whether the sum he has tendered is, under the security of the whole of the settled estates. In principle the circumstances, sufficient, than to make the result depend on case is the same as in the former instance. The mortgage on whether the sum which they fix more or less arbitrarily happens one estate is to be extended to both, and in theory the order in to be greater or less than the money paid into court.
which the estates have been brought in does not seem to be material. But practically there is the possibility, where the
incumbered estate has been subsequently brought in by the THE LORD CHANCELLOR appropriately devoted the main part tenant for life, that the equity of redemption may be worthless, of his address at the Hardwicke Society dinner to the dis- and that the tenant for life may be using the settlement as cussion of a Moot Point-namely, “That lawyers are the really machinery for getting rid of his own personal liability. Romer, disinterested class of the community, and are the most liberal J., held, however, that the possibility of such a fraud being minded and candid listeners and speakers in the community." perpetrated was no ground for denying to the tenant for life Possibly the "opener in the affirmativo" was more or less a power which on principle was exercisable; the fraud, if jocular, but if he was not, it was perhaps fortunate that attempted, could be checked by the intervention of the trustees; there were no speakers on the other side. His "argument" and he sanctioned the raising of the fresh advance in the way in support of his first proposition was limited to a state proposed. mont of the great Lord HARDWICKE's refusal of office and to a general reference to "the records of British history." A LESSEE who assigns his term remains, of course, personally He might have cited two or three comparatively recent liable on the covenants, and to protect himself against this refusals on the part of distinguished members of the profes- liability he can rely either on the implied or express liability of sion to sacrifice principle to position, of which all lawyers are the successive holders of the leasehold promises. Where no proud; but do two or three swallows make a summer? We express arrangement is made for passing on the liability, the do not think that lawyers, as a body, can claim the credit for law imposes upon each successive assignee the duty of indisinterestedness which the Lord Chancellor ascribes to them, demnifying the original lessee during the period of his ownerthough they are probably neither better nor worse in this respect ship. But the more usual course is to make the first assignee than other people of similar station in society. Upon the give the lessee an express covenant of indemnity, and then in second proposition the Lord Chancellor dwelt at some length; turn to take a corresponding covenant from the next assignee, but even as to this, he could apparently say no more than that and so on through the whole chain of assignments. By this lawyers are taught to recognize the fact of there being two means the lessee is not left to his remedy against the holder of sides to a questior, and that while most people thought they the term for the time being, who may be unable to pay, but can were certainly in the right, lawyers were apt to remember that look at all times to his own immediate assignee, as to whose they might possibly be in the wrong. The “opener in the solvency he has had the chance of satisfying himself. Does negative” (if there had been one) might have asked whether this arrangement for successive indemnification break down, litigants have not the fact of there being two sides to a question however, in case of the bankruptcy of any of the assignees? oven more forcibly impressed upon them than it is upon the In the recent case of Re Perkins, before North, J., it appeared lawyers who conduct their litigation, yet there is nothing to that in 1891 Cosier granted a lease to Poyser for nine years, show that litigants are a specially fair-minded body. It might In 1893 Poyser assigned to Plaistow, who gave a covenant of also be asked whether the success of a lawyer (off the bench) indemnity. In 1895 PLAISTOW assigned to Perkins, who in does not depend in great measure in his belief, or apparent turn gave a corresponding covenant. In the same year, 1895, belief, in his own caso. Certainly his influence upon judges PERKINS died and Plaistow became bankrupt. Subsequently and juries depends largely on this. We imagine the truth is Perkins' executors assigned, as they were entitled to do, to a that the constant endeavour of the lawyer to do the best he can man of straw, and so put an end to their personal liability: for his client is not very conducive to the habit of appreciating POYsER, the original lessee, was called upon to pay the rent, and both sides of a question, and that it needs rather a rare had there been no express covenants for indemnity, he would combination of qualities for him, while energetically enforcing have been abandoned to the worthless implied liability of the his client's view, to give full weight to what may be urged last assignee. On the other hand, the value of his express against it. On the whole, we are afraid we must not lay covenant had become doubtful owing to Plaistow's bankruptcy. the Lord Chancellor's "flattering unction” to our souls. However, he carried in a claim in the bankruptcy, and this was
compromised by his accepting a nominal payment and an
assignment of the benefit of the covenant of indemnity by PERKINS. IN THE CASE of Re Lord Monson's Settled Estates (reported The question thereupon arose what the value of this covenant elsewhere) ROMER, J., has given a useful construction to the in the hands of the lessee, might be. On behalf of Perkins' powers of a tenant for life to treat as a single settled estate, it was contended that since his contract was only one estate properties which have been brought into the settle- of indemnity, it was limited to the loss actually sustained by mont by different instruments. It has been established that, PLAIsTow's estate, which, under the circumstances, was nothing, under the definition of "settlement” contained in section NORTH, J., however, declined to take this view, and held that 2 (1) of the Settled Land Act, 1882, two or more instru- the lessee was entitled to be paid out of Perkins' estate the ments are admissible as forming the settlement (see Re Byng'& rent which he had already paid, and also to a declaration of Settled Estates, 1892, 2 Ch. 219); and, in general, the indemnity against future payments of rent and breaches of different properties are treated, for the purposes of the " com- covenant. The result is that the chain of indemnity does not pound settlement,” as a single property, so that, for instance, fail in consequence of the bankruptcy of an assignee. The gap capital money coming into the settlement under one instrument can be mended by carrying on the liability undiminished to the is applicable for the purpose of effecting improvements on land next covenantor. And an assignment by the executors of the brought in under another instrument. Upon this principle it last covenantor, though it saves themselves_personally, has no seems to follow that if an estate in the settlement is subject to effect in terminating the liability of his estate. mortgage, and a free estate is subsequently brought in, upon
Pllanila Perhuis any rearrangement of the mortgago it can be extended to both estates. Thus, if tho mortgage money was called in, SOME few months ago we commented on the case of Hatton V; and a new mortgage had to be effected, the trustees or the Treeby (46 W. R. 6; 1897, 2 Q. B. 452), in which it was decided tenant for life would be entitled to take advantage of the by the High Court that a constable has no right to stop & poradditional facilities for raising money which the possession son whom he sees riding a bicycle at night without a light. The of the unincumbered estate would give them. In Re Lord offence is governed by section 85 of the Local Government Act, Monson's Settled Estates the case was the reverse of this. The 1888, which declares bicycles to be carriages" within the unincumbered estate was already in the settlement, and the meaning of the Highway Act, 1835, and also makes it an offence mortgaged estate had been subsequently brought in by the to ride at night without a proper light, but does not give contenant for life. The mortgage-money had been called in, and stables any power of arrest for such offence. A case came the tenant for life desired to raise a fresh mortgage upon the recently before Mr. Hannay at the Marlborough-street police