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KNOWLSON, JAMES, Leeds, Boot Manufacturer Leads LEAKE, THOMAS SAYER VILE, Chatham, Baker Aug 22 at Line, Thomas Kirk, Coalville, Leicesters, Tailor Burton Pet May 13 Ord Aug 9 11.30 115, High st, Rochester

on Trent Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 LAWS, Joux FEEDERICK, Kingsland High Court Pet Aug Line, WILLIAM WELLER, Burnley, Boot Maker Aug 26 at Megson, John Henry, Quality ct, Chancery In High 9° Ord Aug 9 1.30 Exchange Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley

Court Pet June 25 Ord Aug 6 LinE, THOMAS KIRK, Coalville, Leicesters, Tailor Burton MARSDEN, FEARGUS Emmet, Batley, York, Innkeeper Aug Mullins, John, Boscombe, Builder Poole Pet June 30 on Trent Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 19 at 3 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley

Ord Aug 10 McCULLOUGH, DAVID, Lewisham, Furrier High Court MIDGLEY, TOM, Burnley, Assistant Schoolmaster Aug 26 PADDINGTON, WILLIAM HENRY, Boscombe, Confectioner Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 at 1 Exchange Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley

Poole Pet June 25 Ord Aug 10 MACKINTOSH, JAMES, King's rd, Brownswood Park, Builder Mills, JANE Anx, and ANNIE Mills, Basingstoke, Hants, PARR, JOHN EDWARD, Marton Moss, or Blackpool, SchoolHigh Court Pet July 11 Ord Aug 10

Costumiers Aug 22 at 3.30 Off Rec, 172, High st, master Preston Pet July 11 Ord Aug 10 McNELLAN, JF, Leinster sq, Hyde Park High Court Pet Southampton

PIKE, HENRY, Southwark pk rd, Bedstead Manufacturer July 20 Ord Aug 10

MORGAN, DANIEL, Llandovery, Innkeeper Aug 20 at 12.30 High Court Pet July 18 Ord Aug 6 PILKINGTON, TIMOTHY, Blackpool, Joiner Preston Pet Off Rec, 4, Qreen st, Carmarthen

PILKINGTON, TIMOTHY, Blackpool, Joiner Preston Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9

MULLINS, JOHN, Boscombe, Builder Aug 19 at 2.30 Grand Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 PORTLOCK, JOHN HENRY, Hereford, Bootmaker Hereford Hotel, Bournemouth

PORTLOCK, JOHN HENRY, Hereford, Bootmaker Hereford Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9

NICHOLS, ROBERT WILLIAM, Kendal, Innkeeper Aug 20 Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 PRICE, Henry, Builth, Builder Newtown Pet Aug 10 Ord at 11 Grosvenor Hotel, Stramongate, Kendal

PRICE, HENRY, Builth, Builder Newtown Pet Aug 10 Aug 10

Nixon, ALLEN, Barrow in Furness, Blacksmith Aug 19 Ord Aug 10 ROBERTS, Josiah Kitto, Mevagissey, Cornwall, Builder at 12 Off Rec, 16, Cornwallis st, Barrow in Furness ROBERTS, Josiah KITTO, Mevagissey, Cornwall, Builder Truro Pet Aug 10_Ord Aug 10

PADDINGTON, WILLIAM HENRY, Boscombe, Confectioner Truro Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10 Robson, MARY JANE, West Hartlepool, Dressmaker Sun Aug 19 at 1 Grand Hotel, Bournemouth

Robson, MARY JANE, West Hartlepool, Dressmaker Sunderland Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9

PARGETEE, FREDERICK W11.LIÁM, Radclive cum Chackmore, derland Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 Ross, ALFRED, Leeds Leeds Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9

Bucks, Coal Dealer Aug 20 at 12 1, 8t Aldate's, Ross, ALFRED, Leeds Leeds Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 SHEPPARD: DAVID, Kilburn, Refreshment Contractor High PARKER, ALFRED, Stockton on Tees, Master Painter Aug RUTHERFORD, JOHN Schaw, Old Jewry High Court Pet SAINGLER, EDWARD Isaac, Edgbaston, Metal Merchant Paull, FredERICK RICHARDS, Sydenham, Insurance In

24 at 3 Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough

Silvester, FREDERICK JAMES, Waterlooville, Hants, Birmingham Pet July 21 Ord Aug 9 SILVESTER, FREDERICK JAMES, Waterlooville, Hants, Porritt, John, Leeds, Pork Butcher

spector Aug 22 at 12 Bankruptoy bldgs, Carey st

Builder Portsmouth_Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug Builder Portsmouth Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 8

Aug 22 at 11 Of SLADE, JAMES, Torquay Exeter Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 SLADE, JAMES, Torquay Exeter Pet Aug 9 Ord

Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds

Ray, Bisco, Telegraph st, Solicitor Aug 19 at 12 Bank- TAYLOR, WILLIAM, and John Albert Taylor, Harrogate, Aug 9

Yorks, Fancy Drapers York

Ord

Pet Aug 8 SULLIVAN, MATTHEW, jun, and GEORGE WASHINGTON

ruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Aug 8 HUGHES, Bromley by Bow, Paperhangings Manufac

ROBERTSHAW, BENJAMIN, Bradford, Grocer Aug 19 at 11 VIVIAN, RICHARD, Smallridge, nr Axminster, Shoemaker turers High Court Pet Aug 9° Ord Aug 9 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford

Exeter Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 8 TAYLOR, WILLIAM, and John ALBERT TAYLOR, Harro

SANGER, EDWARD, Bournemouth, Baker Aug 19 at 3 Grand WARE, WILLIAM, Southsea, Cab Proprietor Portsmouth gate, Yorks, Fancy Drapers York Pet Aug 8 Ord Hotel, Bournemouth

Pet Aug 2 Ord Aug 8 Aug 8

SHEARS, George, New Barnet, Photographer Aug 22 at 12 Weston, ĎAVID, Dudley, Grocer Dudley Pet Aug 9 THOMAS, John David, Whitchurch, nr Bristol, School

Off Rec, 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple av

Ord Aug 9 master Bristol Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10

SLADE, JAMES, Torquay Sept 1 at 10.45 Off Rəc, 13, Bed WHITFIELD, John, and RICHARD WAITFIELD, Bramley, VIVIAN, RICHARD, Smallbridge, or Axminster, Shoem aker

fo:d circus, Exeter

Leeds, Builders Leeds Pet July 5 Ord Aug 9 Exeter Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 8

SWARBRICK, WILLIAM, Barrow in Furness, Joiner Aug 19 WILDINO, John, St Anne's on the Sea, Lancs Preston WESTOX, DAVID, Dudley, Grocer Dudley Pet Aug 9

at 11.30 Off Rec, 16, Cornwallis st, Barrow in Furness Pet July 21 Ord Aug 10 Ord Aug 9

TAYLOR, WILLIAM,' and John ALBERT TAYLOR, Harrogate, WILLIAMSON, J, Hornsey rise High Court Pet June 10 Wood, HARRY, Wetherby, Yorks Leeds Pet Aug 10

Yorks, Fancy Draper3 Aug 22 at 12.15 Off Rec, 28, Ord Aug 8 Ord Aug 10

Stonegate, York

WINTER, ROBERT GILROY, Willesden green, Solicitor High WOODCOCK, JOSEPH JACKMAN, Leeds, Insurance Agent

Tyson, RUBERT, Barrow in Furness, Licensed Victualler Court Pet June 10 Ord Aug 8 Leeds Pet Aug 6 Ord Aug 6

Aug 19 at 11 Off Rec, 16, Cornwallis st, Barrow in Wood, HARRY, Wetherby, York Leeds Pet Aug 10

Furness WRIGHT, ERNEST JAMES, Dudley, Bicycle Maker Dudley

Ord Aug 10 Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 8

Thomas, JOHN PARRY, Bangor Aug 22 at 11.30 Crypt WOODCOCK, JOSEPH JACKMAN, Leeds, Insurance Agent WYKES, HERBERT, Bexley Heath, Undertaker Rochester

chmbrs, Eustgate row, Chester

Leeds Pet Aug 6 Ord Aug 6 Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9

THORPE, THOMAS, Hulling Hill, Derby, But her Aug 19 WRIGHT, ERNEST JAMES, Dudley, Bicycle Maker Dudley at 2 Off Rec, Figtree lane Sheffield

Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 8 Amended notice substituted for that published in the TOWLER, JAMES, Upper Nor Food, Builder Aug 22 at 12.30 Wright, Thomas Hollis, Streatham High Court Pet London Gazette of July 22 : 24, Railway app, London Bridge

April 22 Ord Aug 8 BLACKMAN, ARTHUR, and EDWIN PalliP SHARP, East. VIVIAN, RICHARD, Bmallridge, nr Axminster, Shoemaker WrKES, HERBERT, Bexley Heath, Undertaker Rochester bourne, Builders Eastbourne Pet July 18 Ord S-pt 1 at 11 Off Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter

Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9 July 18

WalfoBD, HARRY EDWARD, and WALTER ARCHIBALD, Amended notice substituted for that published in the

TAYLOR, South Norwood, Beer and Spirit Dealers Aug

Amended notice substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of July 29:
19 at 11.30 24, Railway app, London Bri dge

London Gazette of July 29 :
TERRY, LUKE FORD THOMAS, Eastbourne, Laundryman
Wilson, EMMANUEL F&xwick, Plessey, Northumberland,

BLACKMAN, ARTHUR, and Edwin Philip SHARP, Eastbourne,
Eastbourne Pet July 25 Ord July 25
Dairyman Aug 19 at 11.30 Off Rec, 30, Mosley st,

Builders Eastbourne Pet July 18 Ord July 25
Newcastle on Tyne

ADJUDICATION ANNULLED.
FIRST MEETINGS.

WYKES, Herbeer, Bexley Heath, Kent, Undertaker Woolley, THOMAS, Sheffield, Temperance Hotel Keeper

Aug 22 at 11 115, High street, Rochester ASTBURY, JOSEPH BARKER, Hendon, Farmer Aug 22 at 3

Sheffield Adjud Jan 21, 1888 Annul Aug 4 Off Řec, 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple av

ADJUDICATIONS.

London Gazette.- TUESDAY, Aug. 16. BUBBOW, Paul, Milnthorpe, Westmorland, Joiner

Aug

ATTWELL, ARTHUR JOSHUA, New Swindon, Fishmonger 20 at 12_Grosvenor Hotel, Stramongate, Kendal

RECEIVING ORDERS.
Swindon Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 8
CHAMBERS, THOMAS, Kendal, Picture Frame Maker

Aug BLACKBURN, Jabez Frisby, Stocksbridge, York, Draper Addison, Walter, Ipswich, Seed Merchant Ipswich Pet 20 at 11.30 Grosvenor Hotel, Stramongate, Kendal Sheffield Pet Aur 9 Ord Aug 9

Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 CRAIG, John, Durham, Builder Aug 19 at 3.30 Three

BRINHAM, WILLIAM Hyden, Brixham, Devon, Fisherman BARFORD, GEORGE, GEORGE SIDNEY BARFORD, and HERBERT Tuns Hotel, Durham Plymouth Pet Aug 9 Ord A ug 9

GEORGE BABFORD, Luton, Beds, Straw Hat ManuCUBNICK, HENRY ALBERT, Leatherhead, Surrey, Builder

BROADHURST, John, Warrington, Wholesale Confectioner facturers Luton Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11 Aug 22 at 11.30 Railway app, London Bridge

Warrington Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10

BROOKS, HARRY, Southend on Sea, Bricklayer Chelmsford DAVIES, DAVID, Skewen, nr Neath, Publican Aug 19 at 12

CHRIMES, WILLIAM, Over Winsford, Cheshire, Commercial Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10 Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea

Traveller Nantwich Pet Aug 4 Ord Aug 10

BROOMFIELD, MARY, Netley Marsh, Hants, Grocer SouthDAVIES, Mary, Lampeter, Cardigans, Glass Dealer Aug Cook, Diana, Bridgwater, Grocer Bridgwater Pet Aug ampton Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11 at 2 Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen 10 Ord Aug 10

BROWN, SARAH ELLEN, Blackpool, Fancy Goods Dealer DEAN, WILLIAM, Burnley, Cabinet Maker Aug 19 at 3

CORNICK, HENRY ALBERT, Leatherhead, Builder Croydon Preston Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 11 Exchange Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley

Pet July 27 Ord Aug 8

COOKE, JAMES, Dewsbury, York, Herbalist Dewsbury Pet DEXTER, JESSE, and WILLIAM LAIDLER, Newcastle on Tyne,

DOURICK, Joux Hays, St Austell, Cornwall, Builder Trurs
Timber Merchants

Aug 11 Ord Aug 11
Aug 19 at 12.30
Off Rec, 30, Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10

DAVIES, EDWARD WILLIAM, Berriew, Montgomery, Butcher
Mosley st, Newcastle on Tyne.
Dy60, ALFRED, Evesham, Worcester, Bootmaker Aug

Dyson, ALFRED, Evesham, Worcs, Boot Maker Worcester Newtown Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11
Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 8

Doody, Robert, Handsworth, Cycle Maker Birmingham 20 at 11.30 Off Rec, 45, Copenbagen st, Wor Elisa, FREDERICK HARRY, Bradford, Confectioner Brad. Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 cester

ford Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10

EMBLING, DAVID, Newport, Mon, Confectioner Newport, Eyaxs, CAABLES, Swansea, Newsagent Aug 19 at 12.30 Evans, George, Newport, Com Merchant Newport, Mon Mon Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea

Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9

FAIRCLOUGH, WILLIAM HENRY, Wigan, Oilcloth Dealer Fox, ABRAHAM, Birstal, York, Innkeeper Aug 22 at 11

Fisher, GEORGE, Keynsham, Somerset, Butcher Bristol Wigan Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11
Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford

Pet Aug 8_Ord Aug 8
Frampton, ALBERT Tom, Branksome Park, nr Bourne- FITZMAURICE, DOUGLAS COMMERELL Menzies, Tollington

FELDMAN, M, Duke st, Aldgate, Wine Merchant High

Court Pet July 13' Ord Aug 12 mouth Aug 19 at 12' Grand Hotel, Bournemouth

park High Court Pet April 18 Ord Aug 6

FOSTER, JAMES, GEORGE ARTAUR Rawson, and James Frye, JOSEPH HENRY JAYE, Dalston, Surgeon Aug 19 at Forster, Max SAMUEL, Leeds, Tailor Leeds Pet Aug 10 Rowe, Leicester, Boot Manufacturers Leicester Pet 12 Bankruptos bldgs, Carey st Ord Aug 10

Aug Ord Aug 13
GALLOP, WILLIAM ALBERT, Poole, Dorset, Builder Aug
19 at 3.30 Grand Hotel, Bournemouth

FBYE, JOSEPH HENRY JAYE, Dalston, Surgeon High Court GallowAY, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Brighton, Fishmonger
Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9

Brighton Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11
GIBBON, HABBY, Ipswich, Wholesale Grocer Aug 19 at

GILBERT, GEORGE, Northampton, Shoe Manufacturer High GIBBONS, WILLIAM, Tiverton, Devons, Builder Exeter 12.30 Great Eastern Hotel, Liverpool st, London Court Pet July 15 Ord Aug 10

Pet July 30 Ord Aug 12 GILBERT, GEORGE, Old Compton st, soho, Shoe Manufac-Giles, Major GEORGE EDWARD, Jermyn st High Court Griffiths, John, Canon Pyon. Herefords, Shoemaker turer Aug 19 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Pet April 1 Ord Aug 10

Hereford Pet Aug 13 Ord Aug 13 GBESSWELL, FREDERIC, Southport, Confectioner Aug 23

GRAY, JOHN WILLIAM, Bristol, Tailor Bristol Pet Aug 8 Hextox, F W, & Co, King William st, Strand, Elecʻrical at 12_Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool

Ord Aug 8
HAND, HERBERT, Earnsley Aug 24 at 10.15 Off Rec, GREENBURY, CUARLES, Whitby, Yorks, Painter Stockton

Engineers High Court Pet July 14 Ord Aug 12

Hobson, Tom ALFRED, Doncaster, Cycle Dealer Wakefield Regent st, Barnsley on Tees Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 9

Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 HARDING, ELIZABETH Anx, Merthyr Tydfil, Boot Maker GresswELL, FREDERIC, Southport, Confectioner Liverpool ISBERN, ARTHUR FREDERICK, Kelvedon, Essex, Ionkeeper Aug 19 at 365, High st, Merthyr Tydfil Pet July 28 Ord Aug 8

Colchester Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 HASTINGS, FRANCIS TAEOPHILUS HENRY, South Kensing- HALMSHAW, GEORGE ALFRED, Doncaster, Bookseller LEAPMAN, LEWIS, Stamford Hill, Watchmaker High ton Aug 19 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Sheffield Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10

Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 13 HAYES, WALTER Palmer, Whissendine, Rutlands, Builder

HARDY, WILLIAM JOSEPH YORKE, Cheltenham, Bookseller LETTA, S Allen, Camberwell, Upholsterer High Court Aug 19 at 12.30 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester

Cheltenham Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 8 JARVIS, WILLIAM AARON, Haverhill, Sutfolk, Butcher Aug HegelTINE, THOMAS, Earlsheaton, nr Dewsbury, Teamer MCGREGOR, ALEXANDER GRANT, Kingston upon Hull, Ship

Pet July 15 Ord Aug 10 19 at 11.30 Rose and Crown Hotel, Haverhill Dewsbury Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10

builder Kingston upon Hull Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug il JEBEM, ALBERT EDWARD, Gt Grimsby Aug 19 at 11 Off

HOPKINSON, JAMES, Oldham, Shoemaker Oldham Rec, 15, Osborne st, Gt Grimsby

Pet Mayer, BENJAMIN, Canonbury, China Dealer High Court Aug 8 Ord Aug 8

Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11 JONES, WILLIAM, Llanelly, Baker Aug 20 at 11 Off Rec, JEFF3, JAMES, Low Eskrigg, or Wigton, Farmer Carlisle MERRYFIELD, ALBERT, Bulwell, Notts Nottingham Pet 4, Queen st, Carmarthen Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10

Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 Laws, Joan FREDERICK, Kingaland Aug 19 at 11 Bank

Klosz, HENRY GEORGE, Birmingham, Tailor Birmingham PARKER, ALFRED, Bishopgate st Within, Housekeeper ruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Pet July 25 Ord July 29
LEAK, CHABLES, Carnarvon, Boot Dealer Aug 22 at 3 LEAKE, THOMAS SAYER VILE, Chatham, Baker

High Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

Rochester Plows, ARTHUR, York, Painter York Pet Aug 11 Ord Crypt cbmbrs, Eastgate row, Chester Pet July 19 Ord Aug 8

Aug 11

ROUBKE, CHARLES JOSEPH, Old Trafford, Lancs, Traveller | HENTON & Co, King William st, Strand, Electrical En- MUIB, THOMAS, Trowbridge , Wilts, Draper

Bath Pet Smith, JOSEPH, Grenville st, Commercial Clerk High HIGGINS, HENRY WILLIAM, New Cross Aug 23 at 11.30 PARKER, ALFRED, Bishopsgate st Within, Housekeeper Court Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11 24, Railway app, London Bridge

High Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 SPENCER, RICHARD, Leigh, Lancs, Grocer Bolton

Ord Pet HOLMES, THOMAS, Folkestone, Boarding house keeper Plows, ARTHUR, York, Painter York Pet Aug 11 Aug 11 Ord Aug 11

Sept 15 at 9 Off Rec, 73, Castle st, Canterbury Aug 11 Brocken, ALFRED HEBBERT, Streatham, Insurance Agent HOWELLS, Roger, Neath Abbey, nr Neath, Tailor ROURKE, CHARLES JOSEPH, Old Trafford, Lancs, Traveller High Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 Aug 23 at 12 Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea

Salford Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10 STONE, CHARLES ROBERT, Cooper's row, Crutched Friars, JEFFS, JAMES, Low E-krigg, nr Wigton, Farmer Aug 24 Shaw-SAFE, T, Charles st High Court Pet May 6 Ord Licensed Victualler High Court Pet Aug 12 Ord ati Off Rec. 24. Fisher st, Carlisle

June 23 Aug 13

JOHNSON, WILLIAM, El wick, Durham, Innkeeper Aug 23 SHEARD, RICHARD ARTHUR, and HERBERT EMIL SABABD, SUMNER, WILLIAX Thomas, Southwater, Horsham, School at 3 Of Rec, 25, John st, Sunderland

Liversedge, York, Warp Manufacturers Dewsbury master Brighton Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

Jones, OWEN HENRY, Llandudno, Commission Agent Sept Pet June 23 Ord Aug 8 TAYLOR, SHEMELDS, Forest Hill, Northumberland, Com 1 at 12 Magistrates' Room, Bangor

SMITH, JOSEPH, Grenville st, Commercial Clerk High mercial Traveller Newcastle on Tyne Pet June 29 JORDAN, JAMES, Shebbear, Devons, Farmer Aug 25 at 11 Court Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11 Ord Aug 12

Underhi l's Railway Hotel, Exeter

SPENCER, RICHARD, Leigh, Lanc, Grocer Bolton Pet THOMSON, ROBERT, Birmingham, Coachbuilder Birming- LETTY, $ ALLEN, Camberwell, Upholsterer Aug 23 at 11 Aug 11 Ord Aug 11 ham Pet Aug 13 Ord Aug 13

Bankruptcy bldge, Carey st

STOCKEN, ALFRED HERBERT, Streath im, Insurance Agent TURNER, THOMAS, and PERCIVAL FREDERICK TURNER, Line, Thomas Kirk, Coalville, Liecs, Tailor Aug 23 at 3 High Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 Bingley, Yorks, Leather Tanners Bradford Pet Aug Midland Hotel, Station st, Burton on Trent

STRUVE, WILLIAM PEDDIE, Vaud, Switzerland, Mechanical 11 Ord Aug 11

MCCUE, PATRICK THOMAs, Warrington, Builder Aug 23 Engineer High Court Pet May 17 Ord Aug 11 WAKEFORD, ALFRED JOSEPH, Bradford Bradford

Pet
at 3 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester

SUMNER, WILLIAM Thomas, Horsham, Sussex, Schoolmaster Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

McCULLOUGI, DAVID, Falcon sq, Furrier Aug 24 at 11 Brighton Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 WAKELEY, JOSIAH, Corsham, Wilts, Clothier Bath Pet Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

SZEK, JOSEPH THEODOR, Chancery In High Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

MACKINTOSH, JAMES WAUGH, King's rd, Brownswood Park, June 27 Ord Aug 13 Walton, Frank, and Marian Walton, Walsall Walsall Builder Aug 24 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Tavlor, FREDERICK, ERNEST TAYLOR, and JOHN TAYLOR, Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11

MONELLAN, JF, Leinster sq, Hyde Park Aug 24 at 1 Leicester, Boot Manufacturers Leicester Pet July 19 WABD, Thomas SWALES, Gt Grimsby, Draper Gt Grimsby Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st,

Ord Aug 10 Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11

MAYER, BENJAMIN, Canonbury, China Dealer Aug 23 at TURNER, THOmas, and PERCIVAL FREDERICK TURNER, BingWARRICK, ALBERT, Crossgates, nr Leeds, Violin Manu 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st,

ley, Yorks, Leather Tanners Bradford Pet Aug 11 facturer Leeds Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 Nixon, JAMES, Lanercost, Cum berland, Farmer Aug 24 Ord Aug 11

Bradford WESTERN, Joux Adams, Knaresborough, Yorks, Brush

WAKEFORD, ALFRED JOSEPH, Bradford

Pet at 12.30 Off Rec, 34, Fisher st, Carlisle Manufacturer York Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

Plows, ARTHUR, York, Painter Aug 25 at 12.15 Off Rec, Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 WHITE, SIDNEY, Cardiff Cardiff Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 28, Stonegate, York

WALKDEN, CHARLES, Richmond, Surrey, Solicitor's Clerk WHITEHEAD, RICHARD JAMES, and Joux Cox, Birmingham,

PORTLOCK, John Henry, Hereford, Boot Maker Aug 24 Wandsworth Pet July 5 Ord Aug 12 Camera Makers

WARD, THOMAS SWALES, Gt Grimsby, Draper Gt Grimsby Birmingham Pet Aug 11 Ord

at 2.302, Offa st, Hereford

ROBERTS, Jogiau Kitto, Mevagissey, Cornwall, Builder Pet Aug 1 Aug 11

Ord Aug 11 WIENER, Uszer, Commercial rd, General Draper High Rolfe, CARISTIAN, East Dulwich Aug 26 at 11 Bank

Aug 25 at 12 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro

WARRICK, ALBERT, Crossgates, nr Leeds, Violin Manu

facturer Leeds Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 WIL&on, Thomas, Leeds, Broker Leeds Pet Aug 11 Ord

bldgs, Carey st,

WESTERN, JOHN ADAMS, Knaresborough, Yorks, Brush Aug 11 SAMUELS, SAMUEL, Abertillery, Pawnbroker Aug 24 at 12

Manufacturer York Pet Aug 12 Ord Auz 12 Wing & Co, Kingsland, Commission Agents High Court

65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil

WIENER, USZER, Commercial rd, General Draper High Pet July 5 Ord Aug 11

SILVESTEE, FREDERICK JAMES, Waterloo ville, or Cosham, Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 WOOTTON, JOAN, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicesters, Clerk

Hants, Builder Aug 23 at 3 Off Rec, Cambridge Wilson, THOMAS, Berwick, Cabinet Maker Newcastle on Burton on Trent Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 junction, High st, Portsmouth

Tyne Pet July 19 Ord Aug 8

Leeds Pet Aug 11 YARWOOD, THOMAS, Northwich, Coal Merchant Nantwich SPENCER, Richard, Leigh, Lancs, Grocer Aug 25 at 3 16, Wilson, TAJMAS, Leeds, Broker

Wood st, Bolton

Ord Aug 11 Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

SULLIVAN, Matthew, jun, and GEORGE WASHINGTON WOOTTON, JOHN, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicesters, AucAmended notice substituted for those published in the HUGHES, Bromley by Bow, Paperhangings Manufac tioneer's Clerk Burton on Trent Pet Aug 12 Ord London Gazette of July 26 : turers Aug 26 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Aug 12 VILLENEUVE, CHABLES FREDERICK HERMAN, Brockley

Toomas, JOHN Ďavid, Whitchurch, nr Bristol, Schoolmaster YARWOOD, Thomas, North wich, Coal Merchant Nantwich
Greenwich Pet July 20 Ord July 20
Aug 31 at 12.30 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol

Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12
VERDON, MARY ANN, Grangetown, Cardiff, Grocer Aug 25
Amended notices substituted for those published in the

Amended notice substituted for that published in the
at 11 Off Rec, 29, Queen st, Cardiff
London Gazette of August 9:

London Gazette of July 29:
WAJKDEN, CHABLES, Richmond, Solicitor's Clerk Aug 23

VILLENEUVE, CHARLES FREDERICK HERMAN, Lewish ım RUTHERFURD, JOHN Schaw, Old Jewry High Court Pes

at 12.30 24, Railway app, London bdge

Greenwich Pet July 20 Ord July 26 July 12 Ord Aug 4

WOODCOCK, JOSEPH JACKMAN, Leeds, Insurance Agent CLARKE, George EDWARD, Wolverhampton, Cycle Manu

Aug 23 at 11 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds facturer Wolverhampton Pet July 25 Ord Aug 5

ADJUDICATIONS.

SPECIAL HOME READINGS.

Bir-
FIRST MEETINGS.

Adams, HARRY, Birmingham, Metal Manufacturer
mingham Pet July 18 Ord Aug 13

Beries II.-THE DIETARY OF WELL-REGULATED

FAMILIES.
Astins, GEORGE SAMUEL, Iford, Essex, Fine Art Pub- ADDISON, WALTER, Ipswich, Seed Merchant Ipswich Pet
lisher Aug 26 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa has become a household word, and ATTWELL, ARTHUR Joshua, New Swindon, Fishmonger BAKER, JOSEPH, Chester, Travelling Draper Chester Pet this wonderful Food-beverage has come to take an Aug 25 at 10.15 Off Rec, 46, Cricklade st, Swindon

July 13 Ord Aug 12

important place in the dietary of the best-r-galated BARFORD, GEORGE, GEORGE SIDNEY BARFORD, and Her BARFORD, GEORGE, GEORGE SIDNEY BARFORD, and HERBERT families. Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocos is a natural food, and by

BERT GEORGE BARFORD, Luton, Straw Hat Mapu GEORGE BARFORD, Luton, Beds, Straw Hat Manufac its merits alone-having been once fully and fairly placed facturers Aug 25 at 10.15 Chamber of Commerce turers Luton Pet Aug 11, Ord Aug 11

before the public it must become a national food, to the bldgs, 53, George st, Luton

Bell, Joseph EDWARD, Wolverhampton, Hosier Wolver general advancement of British health and vigour. BIDON, Marius, Broad st bldgs, Company Promoter Aug hampton Pet July 27 Ord Aug 11

Tired men, whether suffering from physical or mental 24 at 11 Bankruptcy bldge, Carey st

BOOTH, ARTHUR, Manchester, General Draper Man- fatigue delicate women, growing girls, and little children BRINHAM, WILLIAM Hydex, Brixham, Devons, Fisherman chester Pet June 30 Ord Aug 10

fiad this unique beverage of inestimable benefit. The Aug 24 at 116, Athenæum terr, Plymouth

BROOKS, Harry, Southend on Sea, Bricklayer Chelmsford nauseous drugs and disagreeable medicines associated with BROADHURST, John, Warrington, Wholesale Confectioner Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10

ill-health are, in Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, replaced by Aug 23 at 2 30 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester BROOMFIELD, MARY, Bartley, Hants, Grocer Southampton something which is pleasant and nice, with a distinctive BROOMFIELD, MARY, Bartley, Hants, Grocer Aug 24 at Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11

flavouring of its own which will appeal to the fas'idions 3.30 Off Rec, 172, High st, Southampton

Brown, SARAH ELLEN, Blackpool, Wool Dealer Preston and over-nice palate of the invalid, and its soothing effect Calvert, ALBERT FREDERICK, Lothbury, Mining Engineer Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 11

renders it an ideal “Pick-me-up.' Aug 25 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

CLARKE, GEORGE EDWARD, Wolverhampton, Cycle Manu Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, by taking the place of stimulants CHARD, WILLIAM, Yeovil, Butcher Aug 23 at 12.30 Off facturer Wolverhampton Pet July 25 Ord Aug 12 of an ardent nature, has made happy many a home which Rec, Endless st, Salisbury

COOKE, JAMES, Dewsbury, Herbalist Dewsbury Pet Aug other wise to-day would have been wretched and the CarīMES, WILLIAM, Over Winsford, Cheshire, Commercial 11 Ord Aug 11

ultimate effects of which it is impossible to foresee. For Traveller Aug 30 at 10.30 Royal Hotel, Crewe Davies, EDWARD WILLIA», Berriew, Montgomery, Butcher

breakfast, dinner, supper-indeed, at any hour of the COBBETT, F M, Ashley gdns, Victoria st Aug 24 at 12 Newtown Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11

tweniy-four-Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa will be found light and Bankruptcy bldge, Carey st

DUTCH, FRANK, Worthing, Grocer Brighton Pet July 14 refreshing; it leads the way among all beverages, and Cook, DIANA, Bridgwater, Grocer Aug 26 at 11 W H Ord Aug 11

nothing can equal it. Tamlyn, High st, Bridgwater

EMBLING, DAVID, Newport, Mon, Confectioner Newport, Dr. Tibbles Vi-Cocoa can be obtained from all Ch-mists, CONEY, ARTHUR EDWARD, Sleaford, Lincs, Cabinet Maker Mon Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

Grocers, and stores, or from 60, 61, and 62, Bunhill-row, Aug 23 at 12.15 Off Roc, 4 and 6, West st, Boston FAIRCLOUGH, WILLIAM HENRY, Wigan, Oilcloth Dealer

London, E.C. Davies, John, Burslem, Slipmaker Aug 21 at 11 Off Wigan Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11

As a test of its merit a dainty sample tin of Dr. Tibbles' Rec, King st, Newcastle under Lyme

Foster, JAMES, GEORGE ARTHUR Rawson, and JAMES Vi-Cocoa will be sent free on application to any address, if Davies, THOMAS Cefn Mawr, Denbigh, Licensed Vic Rowe, Leicester, Boot Manufacturers Leicester Pet tualler Aug 23 at 3 Priory, Wrexham

when writing (a postcard will do the reader will name the Aug 6 Ord Aug 13

SOLICITORS' JOURNAL.
DOURICK, John Hars, St Austell, Cornwall, Builder Aug GRIFFITHS, John, Canon Pyon, Herefords, Shoemaker
25 at 12 30 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro

Hereford Pet Aug 13 Ord Aug 13
ELING, FREDERICK Harry, Bradford, Confectioner Aug HASTINGS, FRANCIS THEOPHILUS Heney, South Kensington

EDE AND SON. 24 at 11 Off Rec, 31, Maror row, Bradford

High Court Pet July 7 Ord Aug 12
FAIRCLOUCH, WILLIAM HENRY, Wigan, Oilcloth Dealer HAWKINS, MORRIS, Cardiff, Licensed Victualler Cardiff
Aug 25 at 10.30 16, Wood st, Bolton
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MAKERS. FISHER, GEORGE, Keynsham, Somerset, Butcher Aug 31 Hobson, Tom ALFRED, Doncaster, Cycle Dealer Wakefield at 11.30 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol

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FRYER, FRANK, Cheltenham, Baker Aug 23 at 3.15 JACKSON, THOMAS ABSOLOM CAREW, Cannon st High Court

BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT.
County Court bldgs, Cheltenham

Pet April 16 Ord Aug 12 GITTI»S, TIMOTHY HEWITT, Liverpool Aug 24 at 12

To Her Majesty, the Lord Chancellor, the whole of the Off JOLLY, HAMILTOX WILLIAM, Liverpool, Surgeon's Assistant Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool Liverpool Pet June 22 Ord Aug 11

Judicial Bench, Corporation of London, &o. GRAY, JOHN WILLIAM, Bristol, Tailor Aug 31 at 12 Off King, Henry, Southsea, Fruiterer Portsmouth Pet Aug Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol

3 Ord Aug 11 GREENBURY, CHABLES, Whitby, York, Painter Aug 24 at 3 LE APMAN, LEWIS, Durley rd, Stamford Hill, Watchmaker BOBBS FOR QUEEN'S COUNSEL AND BARRISTAPS. Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough

High Court Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 13
GRIFFITHS, John, Canon Pyon, Herefords, Shoemaker Aug McGregor, ALEXANDER GRANT, Kingston upon Hull, Ship-

SOLICITORS' GOWNS. 24 at 3 2, Offa st, Hereford

builder Kingston upon Hull Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11 GRIFFITH, John, Llanrwst, Denbighs Aug 25 at 2.30 MACKINTOSH, JAMES WAUGU, Brownswood Park, Builder Law Wigs and Gowns for Registrars, Town Crypt chmbrs, Eastgate row, Chester High Court Pet July 11 Ori Aug 12

Olerks, and Clerke of the Peace. HALT, John, Kidderminster, General Milliner Aug 24 at MACINTOSII, ROBERT Howells, Southampton York Pet 2' Lion Hotel, Kidderminster

July 29 Ord Aug 13

Corporation Robes, University and Clergy Gowns. Habdy, WILLIAM JOSEPH Yorke, Cheltenham, Bookseller / MAYER, BENJAMIN, Canonbury, Glass Dealer High Court Aug 23 at 4 County court bldgs, Cheltenham Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 11

ESTABLISHED 1689. HAWEBWELL, WILLIAM, Leeds, Furniture Remover Aug MERRYFIELD, ALBERT, Bulwell, Nottingham Nottingham 24 at 12 Off Roc, 22, Park row, Leeds

Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12

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is likely to give rise, it states in succinct language the effect income, including under that term investments of donations and operation of section 2, which, unlike the remaining which may lawfully be applied as income (ReClergy Orphan provisions of the Act, takes effect from the 12th inst. (the date Corporation, 43 W. R. 150; 1894, 3 Ch. 145). In the present of its passing) and not merely from the 1st January next. As case, however, there was a third source of income-namely, this section comprises the now celebrated conscience clause (sub- Government grants and payments by boards of guardians and section (1)) it is important that it should speedily receive school boards. Hence on this ground the case was held to be judicial interpretation. Meanwhile, some doubt appears to outside section 62 altogether. prevail as to what evidence should be deemed sufficient to satisfy justices or magistrates that the conscientious objector really believes that vaccination would be prejudicial to the health of a IN THE CASE of the Metropolitan Electric Supply Co. (Limited) child. In this connection it is to be noticed that, in the case of Mr. HANNAY has not allowed the difficulties caused by the each objector, the court will have to determine, not whether Welsh coal strike to be any excuse for causing a nuisance by vaccination would really or probably prejudice the health of a the emission of black smoke. The Public Health (London) child, but whether, rightly or wrongly, the objector con- Act, 1891, provides against nuisance by smoke in two cases. scientiously believes that it will do so (section 2 (1)). In other Clause (a) of section 24 requires that every furnace which is words, the question in issue in each case will be the reality of used for working engines by steam, or which is used in any the belief of the objector and not whether such belief is well manufacturing or trade process, shall, as far as practicable, founded. It is, however, evident that in cases where the consume the smoke arising from the combustible used therein; alleged conscientious belief is justified by some reasonable or but no offence is committed under this clause if the court probable cause, the objector will have less difficulty in estab- hearing the complaint is satisfied that the furnace is constructed lishing his right to a certificate under the Act than in cases in such a manner as to consume, as far as practicable, having where his belief has no solid foundation, Moreover, it is regard to the nature of the manufacture or trade, all smoke submitted that in some cases, at all events, the court will, before arising therefrom, and that the furnace has been carefully granting a certificate to the conscientious objector, require him attended to by the person in charge. But the section is stricter to produce corroborative evidence, and, in default of his doing when it comes to deal with the emission of black smoke, and it £0, will refuse the application. That the court is at liberty to is provided by clause (6) that when any chimney (not being the proceed in this way seems clear from the language of section 2 chimney of a private dwelling-house) sends forth black smoke in (1), which does not enable the objector to claim, as of right, a such quantity as to be a nuisance, it is a case to be dealt with certificate of conscientious objection, but, on the contrary, summarily under the Act without the benefit of the priviso requires him first to satisfy the court that he conscientiously relating to the structure and care of the furnace. Against the believes that vaccination would be prejudicial to the health of stringency of this enactment the pressure of special circumthe child.”

stances is, according to the decision of Mr. HANNAY, of no avail.

It would be of no avail in an ordinary case, and the Electric IN THE CASE of Re Stockport Ragged, fe., Schools (ante, p. 730) Supply Co. appear to be precluded by the terms of their the Court of Appeal have given an important decision on the Provisional Order from setting up their special duty to their effect of the proviso standing at the end of section 62 of the customers. The order, so it is provided, is not to exonerate them Charitable Trusts Act, 1853. The section confers exemption from proceedings for a nuisance in the event of any nuisance from the Act upon a number of institutions either specifically or

being caused by them. in general terms, and in particular it exempts institutions for religious or other charitable purposes wholly maintained by voluntary contributions. Where a charity is maintained partly by voluntary subscriptions and partly by income arising from

ACKNOWLEDGMENT BY ONE OF SEVERAL endowment, the Act applies only to the income from endowment.

DEVISEES IN TRUST. Then at the end of the section come the words, “Provided The decision of STIRLING, J., in Astbury v. Astbury (46 W. R. always that the said exemption shall not extend to any cathe- 536) is the latest authority on the difficult question of the effect dral, collegiate, chapter, or other schools.” If the proviso is to of an acknowledgment by one of several persons interested in be read literally, it follows that no schools of any kind are land in keeping alive a claim to principal or interest charged exempted from the Act. Consequently, a school wholly sup- upon the land. Under Section 8 of the Real Property ported by voluntary subscriptions would be subject to the control Limitation Act, 1874, a claim to any principal sum charged of the Charity Commissioners. An alternative construction, upon land is barred in twelve years from the accrual of the and one more in accordance with the spirit of the section, is to right “ unless in the meantime some part of the principal restrict the term "echools," upon the ejusdem generis principle, money, or some interest thereon, shall have been paid, or an to schools of the same nature as those which have just been acknowledgment of the right thereto shall have been given specifically enumerated

namely, cathedral, collegiate, and in writing signed by the person by whom the same shall be chapter schools.

This latter construction was adopted by payable or his agent"; and by section 42 of the Real Property STIRLING, J., when the case was before him (46 W. R. 455), Limitation Act, 1833, no arrears of interest are to be recovered and his view has now been endorsed by the Court of Appeal. but "within six years next after the same shall have become The schools specifically mentioned are all, as STIRLING, J., held, due, or next after an acknowledgment of the same in writing schools connected with ecelesiastical foundations, for he applied shall have been given. signed by the person by whom the phrase "collegiate schools” to schools attached to collegiate the same was payable or his agent.” The subject is also dealt churches, not to schools connected with colleges, as in the case with by section 5 of 3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 42, which imposes a of Magdalen College School at Oxford. It is thus possible limitation of twenty years on specialty debts, but provides for an to construe the word "other" as meant to sweep in any schools extension of the time "if any acknowledgment shall have been connected with ecclesiastical foundations, not designated as made, either by writing signed by the party liable cathedral, collegiate, or chapter schools. It is also obvious his agent, or by part payment or part satisfaction on account of and this consideration had weight both with STIRLING, J., and any principal or interest.” the Court of Appeal-that, if the Legislature intended to Upon these enactments questions have arisen both with exclude from the exemption schools of every kind, there was no regard to part payment and acknowledgment. Section 42, it object in referring particularly to certain specific classes. It will be noticed, refers only to acknowledgment, and it does not, would have been easy to make the proviso extend to "any as STIRLING, J., has pointed out in Astbury v. Astbury, make school whatever." Upon the construction now adopted it wil any provision for the time for recovery of arrears of interest be possible for the exemption to extend to an ordinary school, being enlarged by any payment on account. With respect to and whether it does so or not will depend on whether the school acknowledgment, both section 8 of the Act of 1874 and section is supported wholly by voluntary contributions, or is supported 42 of the Act of 1833 require that the acknowledgment shall be partly by such contributions and partly by endowments, in given by the person by whom the principal or interest is pay which latter case the exemption extends only to the voluntary able; and section 5 of chapter 42 requires that it shall be given

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by the person liable. Apparently in section 8 of the Act of interest saved the bar of the statute under section 42 of the 1874, as in the earlier provision of section 40 of the Act of 1833, Real Property Limitation Act, 1833. the words “ by the person by whom the same shall be payable The difficulty begins when it is necessary to consider the do not refer also to part payment; but even so the payment case where there are several persons at the same time either must still be by a person who is liable to make it. “The interested in the estate or liable to pay the debt. From the underlying principle of all the Statutes of Limitation,” said reasoning adopted in Roddam v. Morley (supra) it seems to have JESSEL, M.R., in Harlock v. Ashberry (19 C. D., p. 545), " is been considered that even here payment by one person liable that a payment to take a case out of the statute must be made would be effectual to preserve the claim against all. But in by a person liable, as an acknowledgment of right."

practice the decision has been restricted to the case of tenant The liability, however, need not be direct. It is enough that for life and remainderman with which it was immediately conthe

person who makes the payment is interested to make it in cerned. It certainly does not apply generally where there are the sense that he is liable to lose the land if it is not made. So, several persons simultaneously interested in the mortgaged estate too, in interpreting the phrase "the person by whom the money or under the same liability. Thus in Coope v. Cresswell (2 Ch. 112) is payable" as applied to acknowledgments, it has been held payment of interest on a testator's specialty debt by his deviseos that, in the case of an equitable lien not involving any personal in trust for the payment of debts was not allowed to be effectual liability the money is payable by the person entitled to the to keep the debt alive against a beneficial devisee. So, part land on which the charge is sought to be fixed. “The money payment of a simple contract debt by an executor has been held is payable by him in the only sense in which it is payable by to be ineffectual to keep the debt alive as against the devisee anyone. Unless he pays it he will lose his land, and it is of the real estate (Putnam v. Bates, 3 Russ. 188); and, though obviously in that sense that the statute speaks of the money as the executors are also devisees of the real estate, yet payment payable” (per Lord CRANWORTH, L.J., in Toft v. Stephenson, 1 made by them in the character of executors will not keep the D. M. & G., p. 40). But a payment, equally with an acknow- debt alive against the real estate (Fordham v. Wallis, 10 ledgment, must be made by a person who is thus either liable Hare 217). to make a payment, or at least entitled to make one.

The recent case of Astbury v. Astbury differed from those just ment by a mere stranger will have no effect in checking the referred to in that the acknowledgment upon which reliance operation of the statute (Chinnery v. Evans, 11 H. L. Cas., p.

was placed was made by one of two devisees in trust specifically 133); nor will payment of rent to the mortgagee by the tenant as such. A testatrix had, in 1885, created an equitable mortof the mortgagor, although such rent will go in satisfaction pro gage by deposit of title-deeds to secure £500 and interest at £5 tanto of the mortgage debt (Harlock v. Ashberry, 19 Ch. D. 539). per cent. She died in 1887, having by her will appointed two

No But after it has been ascertained that a payment or acknow. executors and devised her real estate to them in trust. ledgment may be effectual to stop the statute, it is still necessary interest had been paid, and in 1897 one of the executors to consider whether it is effectual generally, so as to stop the and devisees, describing himself in both characters, gave an statute for all pụrposes, or whether it is effectual only as against acknowledgment in writing that the whole interest was due. the person by whom it is made. In this respect it would seem

The mortgagee brought foreclosure, and in the foreclosure prothat there is a distinction between part payment and acknow- ceedings claimed, on the strength of this acknowledgment, ledgment, and that to the former a greater effect will be more than six years' arrears of interest. The presumption is, ascribed than to the latter. Acknowledgment, it has been however, to judge from the above cases, that, as between pointed out (Lewin y. Wilson, 11 App. Cas., p. 645), costs the several persons jointly interested, an acknowledgment giver. person who makes it nothing, and it is no guarantee that he has by one is effectual to keep the debt alive only as against that any substantial interest in the matter ; nor does it immediately effect of an acknowledgment is apparently inferior to that of

This is so as to part payment, and, as has been sean, the and tangibly benefit the person to whom it is given. But it is otherwise with payment. “Payment,” it was said in the case part payment. Indeed, the decision of Lord WESTBURY, L.C., just referred to, " is certain to be made only by those who have in Bolding v. Lane (1 D. J. & S. 122) seems to show that for some duty or interest to pay. As regards the recipient, so long of interest under section 42 of the Real Property Limitation

of charging land with more than six years' arrears parties, he is in full enjoyment of his bargain, and is not put Act, 1833, an acknowledgment is only effectual as against the upon any further assertion of his rights ; but not so if he only person who makes it—at any rate in the case where there are receives acknowledgement.” Hence the effect of acknowledg- several persons simultaneously interested in the land. In the ment is to be viewed less liberally than the effect of payment.

present case accordiogly STIRLING, held that the As regards both acknowledgment and part payment, there is acknowledgment of one devisee in trust was ineffectual to bind no absolute rule that the effect is limited to the person by whom the other. Hence the land was not affected and in the forethe acknowledgment or payment is made. This is clearly shown closure preceedings only six years' arrears of interest were by the case of tenant for life and remainderman. It is well

recoverable. settled that payment of interest by a tenant for life keeps the mortgage debt alive, and that it keeps it alive as against every person interested in the mortgaged estate (per KAY, J., in

CASES OF THE WEEK. Barclay v. Owen, 60 L. T., p. 222; Dibb y. Walker, 1893, 2 Ch. 429). And the principle has been applied even to the case of

Before the Vacation Judge. payment of interest by the tenant for life on a simple contract

BROWN v. BROWN. 24th August. debt of his testator. This keeps the debt alive against the Contempt of Count-ATTACHMENT_ORDER COMMITTING Custody or CHILD remainderman, notwithstanding that in such a case the payment TO MOTHER-DISOBEDIENCE OF FATHER TO ORDER-WHETHER ORDER is only effectual as implying a promise to pay the debt (Re

SUFFICIENTLY SPECIFIC TO BE ENFORCED BY INJUNCTION. Hollingshead, 37 Ch. D. 651). So under section 5 of 3 & 4 Will. This was a motion on behalf of the respondent Catherine Brown for an 4, c. 42, payment by a devises for life of interest on a specialty | order that he might be at liberty to issue a writ of attachment against debt of his testator is effectual to keep the action on thở her husband, Frederick William Brown, the appellant, for his contempt in specialty alive against those entitled in remainder (Roddam v.

disobeying an order of the court dated the 2nd of August, 1898, and in

not delivering Doris Clements Brown, the child of the marriage, to the Morley, 1 De G. & J. 1). Under that section, as appears from said Catherine Brown, the legal custody of which child had been comthe quotation given above, the debt is kept alive where an mitted to her by such order. By the order the court found that F. W. acknowledgment is given by part payment; in other words, the Brown had deserted his wife, Catherine Brow part payment must operate as an acknowledgment, and Roddam the wife be no longer bound to cohabit with her husband, and that the

legal custody of Doris Clements Brown, the child of the marriage, while v. Morley supports the view that an acknowledgment given by a

under the age of sixteen years, be committed to the said Catherine tenant for life will bind the remaindermon. There is, however, Brown.” Upon behalf of the husband the preliminary objection was no doubt on the point. An opinion to this effect was intimated taken that upon the face of the order no writ of attachment could issue. in Smith v. Smith (5 Ir. Ch. R., p. 101), and a direct decision was

The order must be one to perform or abstain from performing some act. given in Re Fitzmaurices (15 Ir. Ch. R. 445), where it was held The order in the present case did not require the husband to perform any

act, nor 10 perform it within any specific time. that the acknowledgment by the tenant for life of arrears of PHILLIMORE, J., said that the preliminary objection must be overruled.

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