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COATEN, Mark, Leicester, Fruit Salesman Oct 14 at 3 Off Lewis, John, and JOSHUA Lewis, Grangetown, Cardiff
Tailors Cardiff Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30
CONDUIT, GEORGE Edwin, Alton, Hants, Music Seller Oct MCINTYRE, HECTOR DUNCAN, Putney, Colliery Proprietor
Carmarthen Pet Aug 27 Ord Oct 4
CROSTHWAITE, THOMAS ELLERAY, jun, Windermere, West- Manx, JAMES, Burton on Trent, Beerhouse Keeper Burton
morland, Grocer Oct 15 at 12 Grosvenor Hotel, on Trent Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
MABLES, Joux, Walsall, Coal Dealer Walsall Pet Oct 1
Ord Oct 1
Oct 14 at 2 John Nicholls, Commercial blogs, Kidder- | MITCHELL, HARRY, Birstall, York, Wine Merchant Dews-
bury Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3 BASTENDORFF, J. & Co, Islington, Bamboo Furniture Manu
Manufacturer facturers High Court Pet Sept 2 Ord Oct 3 Davis, GEORGE, Mile End rd, Egg Merchant Oct 18 at 11
Nottingham Pet Oct 3 Ord'Oct 3
Pearsox, Jonn, Darlington, Commission Agent Stockton
on Tees Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5 BEAUMONT, Joseph, Micklehurst, nr Mossley, Piecer Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester
PRESTON, Joun, Beaby, Farmer
Pet Sept 8
Ord Sept 30
PRICHARD, HENRY GEORGE, Parson's Green High Court
Pet Sept 8 Ord Oct 3 BLUNDEN, HENRY James, Clacton on Sea Cambridge Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool
Rowe, John Willis, Dulwich rd, Herne Hill, Cycle Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5 GANE, WILLIAM JAMES, Wath upon Dearne, York, Priater
Manufacturer High Court Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3 BREARLEY, WILLIAM MARSHALL, Heckmondwike, York, Oct 14 at 2 Off Rec, Figtree la, Sheffield Painter Dewsbury Pet Sept 23 Ord Oct 4
GOLD, FREDERICK, St Leonards on Sea, Coal Merchant SELLENS, WILLIAM, Coventry, Seedsman Coventry Pet BREW, JOHN ARCHER, Gospel End, Staffs, Licensed Vic Oct 14 at 12.30 Young & Co, Bank bldg3, Hastings
Oct 5 Ord Oct 5 1ualler Dudley Pet Oct 1 Ord Oct 1
HANLEY, ARTHUR, South Kirkby, Yorks, Farmer Oct 14 Stant, John, Walsall, Butcher Walkall Pet Sept 20 CHESTER, CHARLES JOSEPH, St Leonards, Sussex, Com at 11 Off Rec, 6, Bond toe, Wakefield
Ord Oct 3 mercial Traveller Hastings Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4 HOLLAND, Edwin HARRIS, Nottingham pl, Regent's Park, STEVENBox, FREDERICK, Leicester Leicester Pet Oct 4 COLE, CHARLES WILLIAM, Charing Cross High Court Pet
Professor of Music Oct 17 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs,
Ord Oct 4 Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
WATTERS, JOHN WILLIAM, West Hartlepool, Steel Worker COOPER, JOHN Moxham, Salisbury, Wilts, Decorator Salis-HOLLY, JAMES EDWARD, Boscombe, Hants, Commission
Sunderland Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3 bury Pet Cct 4 Ord Oct 4
Agent Oct 17 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st WILLIAMS, ROBERT, Kingsbridge, nr Gorseinon, Glam, CROWE, WILLIAM, Halifax Burnley Pet Oct 5 Ord HOWARD, WILLIAM, Peckham rye, Clothier Oct 14 at 11
Grocer Carmarthen Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4 Oct 5
Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Wills, JOHN, Shepherd's Bush, Baker High Court DIBB, GEORGE, Hulme, Lancs, Sugar Boiler Manchester HULSE, ARTHUR, Chester, Contractor Oct 14 at 3 Crypt Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3 Pet Sept 13 Ord Oct 5
chmbrs, Eastgate row, Chester
WISE, THOMAS HAROLD, Coventry, Grocer Coventry Pet Ellis, John William, Batley, York, Hairdresser Dews-Jones, JOHN EDWARD, Tylorstown, Glam, Grocer Oct 14 Oct 3 Ord Oct 3 bury Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
at 1265, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
WOODYATT, Jonn, Chiswick Brentford Pet June 16 Ord FEwINS, JULIA JOAN, North Evington, Leicester, Baker | LEES, Emma, Saddleworth, Yorks, Farmer Oct 14 at 10 15 Sept 30 Leicester Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Queen st, Oldham
Woollen, Thomas, Bristol, Hay Dealer Bristol Pet Oct GERRARD, JOHN BURTON, Oldham, Plumber Oldham Pet LESTER, HAROLD, Kingston upon Hull, Traveller Oct 14 1 Ord Oct 4 Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
at 11 Off Rec, Trinity House In, Hull
Wright, NICHOLAS, Birkdale, Lancs, Cab Proprietor GREGORY, Joan Thomas, and WALTER GREGORY, Hather- MOCLUNE, JAMES William, Sherringham, Norfolk, Hair Liverpool Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
sage, Derbys, Mill Stone Manufacturers Derby Pet dresser Oct 15 at 12.30 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
PHILLIPS, THOMAS GEORGE, Swansea, Mercer Oct 14 at 12 Amended notice substituted for that published in the HOLLAND, EDWIN HARRIS, Nottingham pl, Regent's pk, Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea
London Gazette of Aug 26 :
LIDDLE, THOMAS TEASDALE, Gateshead, Durham, Glass HOWARD, William, Peckham rye, Clothier High Court Such, Charles FREDERICK, Bootle, Lancs, Boot Dealer
Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester
Manufacturer Newcastle on Tyne Pet Aug 23 Ord Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
Oct 19 at 12 Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool
Amended notice substituted for that published in the 14 at 12.40 Off Rec, 17, Hertford st, Coventry
London Gazette of Sept 30: KEENAN, James, West Hartlepool, Labourer Sunderland
TRIPP, GEORGE WILLIAM, Gt Yarmouth Oct 15 at 1.30 Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich
BENDALL, ARCHIBALD Harry, Cheltenham, Athletic OutLe Mesurier, F N, Portsmouth, Lieutenant High Court TysoE, David, Walthamstow, Shopfitter Oct 17 at 11
fitter Cheltenham Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27 Pet March 23 Ord Oct 5 LEWIS, John, and Joshua LEWIS, Grangetown, Cardiff, WAKEFIELD, JULIA, and WILLIAM WAKEFIELD, Swindon,
Bankruptcy blds, Carey st
London Gaze'le.-TUESDAY, Oct. 11.
WINCHESTER, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Ilkeston, Boot Dealer Mann, JAMES, Burton on Trent, Beerhouse Keeper Bui ton Oct 14 at 12 Off Rec, 4, Castle pl, Park st, Nottingham
Adaus, Sam, High Halden, Kent, Farmer Hastings Pet
Oct 6 Ord Oct 6 on Trent Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
WISE, THOMAS HAROLD, Coventry, Grocer Oct 14 at 11.30 MABLES, John, Walsall, Coal Dealer Walsall Pet Oct 1
ALLEN, William, Bristol Biistol Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7
Off Rec, 17, Hertford st, Coventry
ANDERSON, WESLEY HERBERT, Kingston upon Hull, PlumMITCHELL, HENRY, Birstall, York, Wine Merchant Dews Barkruptcy bldgs, Carey st
ber kingston upon Hull' Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 bury Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3 WOOLLEN, THOMAS, Bristol, Hay Dealer Oct 19 at 12 Off
Ansatt, John Ossoo, Brixton High Court Pet Aug 27 PACKER, ELLEN, Nottingham, Lace Manufacturer Not Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
Ord Sept 19 tingham Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 8
Aston, GEORGE, Cardiff, Grocer Cardiff Pet Oct 4 Oid PEARSON, JOHN, Darlington, Commission Agent Stockton
Oct 4 on Tees Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
Bacon, Ben, Manchester, Merchant Manchester Pet Penny, DELIA, Wimbledon Kingston, Surrey Pet Sept Adams, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Walsall, Greengrocer Wal.
sall Pet Sept 28 Ord Oct 3
Sept 14 Ord Oct 7 15 Ord Oct 4 Rayson, John ARTHUR, Bas' ghall avue, Commissi on
BAYLEY, Moses, Wilmslow, Chester, Builder Manchester Bacon, RICHARD, and EDGAR Bacon, Ketley Brook, nr Agent High Court Pet Aug 3 Ord Oct 5 Pet Sept 8 Ord Oct 5
Wellington, Cycle Makers Madeley Pet Oct 7 Ord
Piecer Ashton under Lyne Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
BASTABLE, WILLIAM THOMAS, West Lulworth, Dorset,
Blacksmith Poole Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 8
BELLAMY, ARTHUR, Leicester, Hardware Dealer Leicester
BURR, ARTHUR, Walbrook, Land Agent High Court Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
Oct 8 Ord Oct 8 STEVENSON, FREDERICK, Belgrave, Leicester
BLUNDEN, HENRY James, Clacton on Sea Cambridge Pet
Leicester Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
BURROWS, GEORGE GOLDEN, Dawlish, Devon, Baker
Exeter Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 8 TILLING, WILLIAM RICHARD, Carnarvon, General Merchant Capps, EDMUND, jun, Turnham Green, Builder Brentford
CARTLIDGE, Thomas JAMES, Burslem, Staffs, Uren Builder
Hanley Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6
mercial Traveller Hastings Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4 CLARK, WILLIAM, Elwick, Durham, Innkeeper Sunder--WILLIAMS, ROBERT, Kingsbridge, nr Gorseinon, Glam, CLELLAND, ROBERT, Sleekbud, Northumberland, House
land Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5 Grocer Cainarthen Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
Agent Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 CLARKE,. Thomas, Nottingham, Commercial Traveller Wills, John, Shepherd's Bush, Baker Pigh Court Pet COLE, CHARLES WILLIAM, Cha.ing Cross High Court Pet
Nottingham Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6 Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
CLEAR, JAMES THOMAS, Cullercoats, Northumberland, WISE, THOMAS HAROLD, Coventry, Grocer Coventry Pet COOPER, JOun Moxham, Salisbury, Wilts, Decorator
Grocer Newcastle on Tyne Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
Salisbury Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
CE&J F COOKSON, Stockport, Manufacturers, Stockport WRIGHT, NICHOLAS, Birkdale, Cab Fcoprietor Liverpool
CROWE, WILLIAM, Halifax Burrley Pet Oct 5 Ord Pet Sept 12 Ord Oct 6
Oct 6 Pet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
COOMBS, WILLIAM THonas, Canton, Ca rdiff, Chemist
Cardiff Pet Oct 4 Ord'Oct 4
Court Pet April 5 Ord Oct 4
Cox, EDWARD RANDALL, Oxford st, Boot Dealer High
Court Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 7
DUNCOMBE, A GERALD, Queen Anne's mansioni High
Cox, HARRY WILLIAM, Landport, Hants, Tronmonger Aug 23
Portsmouth Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6
CRAFT, Hexey, Gt Grimsby Gt Grimsby Pet Oct 4. Ord
CURD, GEORGE, ELIJAH CURD, and William CURD, City rd,
Leicester Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5 BENDALL, ARCHIBALD HARRY, Cheltenham, Athletic Out
Cabinet Makers High Court Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 fitter Cheltenham Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
GERRARD, JOHN BURTON, Oldham, Plumber Oldham Pet
DALLING, WILLIAM, Swansea Swansea Pet Oct 6 Od
GOLD, FREDERICK, St Leonards on Sea, Coal Merchant
DULLEY, HENRY PURSER, Canonbury sq, Commercial BAGSHAW, SAMUEL MARK, sen, Lowestoft, Marine Store GREGORY, JOHN THomag, and WALTER GREGORY, Hather
Traveller High Court Pet Sept 9 Ord Oct 7 Dealer Oct 15 at 12 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich
sage, Derbys, Mill Stone Manufacturers Derby Pet
ELLIS, GEORGE, Walsall, Groger Walsall Pet Oct 7 Ord BALL, MARION PONSONBY, Darlington, Durham Oct 14 at
Oct 4 Ord Oct 4 ií Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough
HOLLAND, EDWIN HARRIS, Nottingham pl, Regent's Park, FAB DELL & Co, Noble st, Gresham st, Manufacturers' BEAUMONT, JOSEPH, Micklehurst, nr Mossley, Piecer Oct Professor of Music High Court Pet Oct 3 Ord Agents High Court Pet July 13 Ord Oct 7 14 at 2.30 Off Rec, Bgrom st, Manchester
FARRANT, Jons Quillix, York York Pet Oct 6 Ord
Fet Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
Field, HARRY, Whitby Scarborough Pet Oct 7 Ord
Oct 7 36, Princes st, Ipswich
Ord Oct 5
FoxALL, ELLEN, Highgate High Court Pet Sept 15 Ord
Sept 12 Ord Oct 5
GALLEHAWK, WILLIAM James, Sheerness, Kent Rochester
Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
July 25 Ord Oct 4
Holt, WILLIAM, Prestwich, nr Manchester, Milk Dealer
Salford Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 8 Oct 18 at 11 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 3
Hoy, Joax, Leeds, Chemist Leeds Pet Oot 6 Ord Oct 6
IRVING, SAMUEL, Coventry, Glass Dealer Coventry Pet
Pet Oct 6 MABBETT, FRANK BURMAN, Whitminster, Glos, Farmer Oerton, SIDNEY, Walsall, Traveller, Walsall Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 Oct 18 Off Rec, Station rd, Gloucester
Ord Oct 6 Isaacs, EDWARD ABRAHAM, Maida Vale, Stationer High Marles, John, Walsall, Coal 'Dealer Oct 20 at 11 Off PAGE, ABRAHAM Exoch, West Bromwich, Hay Dealer Court Pet Sept 13 Ord Oct 7 Rec, Walsall
West Bromwich Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 Judsox, CHARLES, Manchester, Weighing Machine Fitter MARTINDALE, GEORGE H, Bridlington Quay, Yorks, To Rowan, Thomas, St Mary Axe High Court Pet July 8 Manchester Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 bacconist Oct 19 at 11 Off Rec, 74, Newborough,
Ord Oct 6 KENSHOLE, JOHN WILLIAM, Torquay, Butcher Exeter Scarborough
Skeltox, EDWARD HARRY, Bexley Heath, Mining Engineer Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 7
MITCHELL, HENRY, Birstal!, Yorks, Wine Merchant Oct Rochester Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6 LANGXEY, Johx, Holmfield, nr Halifax, Builder Halifax 18 at 3 Off Rec, Bank chrbrs, Batley
SLATTER, OLIVER Thomas, Canonbury, Medical PractiPet Oct 7 Ord Oct 8
MURGATROYD, SAMUEL, Luddendeo, nr Halifax, Joiner tioner High Court Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6 LEWIS, Evan, Kennington cross, Milk Seller High Court Oct 19 at 11.30 Off Rec, Townhall chmbrs, Halifax STEELE, WILLIAM, Hatfield Peverel, Essex, Butcher Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6
OLD, WILLIAM Charles, Birmingham, Tobacconist Oct 21 Chelmsford Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 LEWIS, JOAN, Pontyberem, Carmarthens, Builder Carmar at 11 174, Corporation st, Birmingham
Thomas, WilLIAM Jons, Dowlais, Glam, Draper Merthyr then Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
Pritchard, Henry GEORGE, Parson's Green Oct 19 at 1 Tydfil Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 7 MABBETT, FRANK BURMAN, Whitminster, Glos, Farmer Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Toon, JOSEPH John, Leamington, House Decorator WarGloucester Pet Sept 23 Ord Oct 5
PU'RKIS, CHARLES, Kingston on Thames, Clothier Oct 18 wick Pet Sept 30 Ord Oct 5 MURGATROYD, SAMUEL, Luddenden, nr Halifax, Joiner at 12.30 21, Railway app, London bridge
Vixes, H KENRICK, Brockley, Medical Practitioner GreenHalifax Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 8
Rees, DAVID, Rhymney, Mon, Grocer Oct 20 at 1265, wich Pet Aug 24 Ord Oct 7 OERTON, SIDNEY, Walsall, Traveller Walsall Pet Oct 6 High st, Merthyr Tydfil
WALKER, RICUARD HEATH, Catford Greenwich Pet Sept Ord Oct 6
REEVES, AARON, Parkstone, Dorsets, Grocer Oct 18 at 5 Ord Oct 7 O’SULLIVAN, JAMES ALEXANDER, Chancery In High Court
12.30 Off Rec, City chmbrs, Endless st, Salisbury WOODWARD, CHARLES JAMES, Clapton, Fruiterer High Pet March 24 Ord May 25 SELLERS. WILLIAM, Coventry, Seedsman Oct 20 at 11.30
Court Pet Aug 5_Ord Oct 6 PAGE, ABRAHAM Exoch, West Bromwich, Hay Dealer Off Rec, 17, Hertford st, Coventry
Wright, WILLIAM, Hucknall Torkard, Notts, Farmer West Bromwich Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 SHELDON, JOSEPH, Oldbury, Worcester, Brickworks Fore
Nottingham Pet Sept 16 Ord Oct 7
Oct 19 at 2 County Court. West Bromwich
Dar, WILLIAM HENRY SILVESTER, St Helens, Lancs, High Court Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6
STANT, John, Walsall, Butcher Oct 20 at 11.30 Off Rec, Veterinary Surgeon Liverpool Adjud Feb 2, 1895 STEELE, WILLIAM, Hatfield Peverel, Essex, Butcher Walsall
Annul Oct 7 Chelmsford Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7
TURNER, JAMES Vincent, Hanley, Staffs, Solicitor Oct 19 Thomas, William John, Dowlais, Glam, Draper Merthyr at 11.30 Off Rer, King st, Newcastle under Lyme Tydfil Pet Oct 3 Ord Oct 7
VINES, H KENRICK, Brockley, Kent, Medical Practitioner WAGHOBNE, Edwin HOAD, Cheltenham, Hotel Proprietor Oct 18 at 11.30 24, Railway app, London bridge
Ali letters intended for publication in the Cheltenham Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 WALKER, RICHARD HEATH, Catford, Kent Oct 19 at 11.30
“ Solicitors' Journal” must be authenticated
24, Railway app, London bridge
by the name of the writer. BoxD, ALFRED ERNEST, Derby, Pianoforte Tuner Derby
WELLS, THOMAS, Princes st, Cavendish sq Oct 18 at 11 Pet sept 27 Ord Sept 28
Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Where difficulty is experienced in procuring the White, John OSBORN, Freshwater, I W, Builder Oct 22 Amended notice substituted for that published in the
at 2 Off Rec, Newport, I W
Journal with regularity, it is requested that London Gazette of Oct 7:
application be made direct to the Publisher. DIBB, GEORGE, Manchester, Cabdriver Manchester Pet Sept 13 Ord Oct 5
ALLEN, WILLIAM, Bristol Bristol Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7
Andersox, James, Whitehaven Whitehaven Pet Sept 19 Subscription, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE, which ina FIRST MEETINGS.
Ord Oct 5 ADAMS, FREDERICK WILLIAY, Walsall, Greengrocer Oct
ANDERSON, WESLEY HERBERT, Kingston upon Hull, Plum cludes Indexes, Digests, Statutes, and Post20 at 10.30 Off Rec, Walsall
ber Kingston upon Hull Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 ALLEN, William, Bristol Oct 19 at 12.15
Aston, GEORGE, Cardiff, Grocer Cardiff Pet Oct 4 Ord age, 52s. WEEKLY REPORTER, in wrapper, Baldwin st, Bristol
Oct 4 ANDERSON, JAMES, Whitehaven, Cumberland
26s. ; by Post, 288. SOLICITORS' JOURNAL, Oct 21 at 12 Bacox, RICHARD, and EDGAR Bacox, Ketley Brook, nr County Court house, Whitehaven Wellington, Cycle Makers Madeley Pei Oct 7 Ord
268.; by Post, 28s. Volumes bound at the ANDERSON, WESLEY HERBERT, Kingston upon Hull, Oct 7
Plumber Oct 18 at 11 Off Rec, Trinity House lane, BASTENDORFF, JOSEPH. Islington, Bamboo Furniture office-cloth, 2s. 9d., half law calf, 58. 6d. Hull
Manufacturer High Court Pet Sept 2. Ord Oct 5 Axsay, John Ossoo, Brixton Oct 18 at 12 Bankruptcy BREW, John ARCHER, Gospel End, Staffs, Licensed Vicbldgs, Carey st
tualler Dudley Pet Oct 1 Ord Oct 6 BARRETT, HERBERT J, Kensington Oct 19 at 12 BankBURROWS, GEORGE GOLDEN, Dawlish, Devon, Baker
EXCESSIVE EATING AND DRINKING. ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Exeter Pet Octs Ord Oct 8 BASTENDORIF, JUSEPH, Islington, Bamboo Furniture CARTL IDGE, THOMAS JAMEO, Burslem, Staffs, Oven Builder We all eat two much fiesh food and drink too much tea. Manufacturer Oct 18 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs, Hanley Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6
The former militates against working energy, and the Carey st
CLARK, William, Elvick, Durham, Innkeeper Sunderland tannic acid and other deleterious properties to be found in BELLAMY, ARTHUR, Leicester Oct 19 at 12.30 Off Rec, 1, Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
tea lower the spirits and injure the health. The body, in Berridge st, Leicester
CLARKE, THOMAS, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, Commercial BLUNDEN, HENRY JAMES, Old Chesterton, Cambs Oct 19
fact, is a working engine, and as such it must be treated. Traveller Nottingham Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6
The waste of tissue which daily goes on can only be at 10.15 Off Rec, 5, Petty Cury, Cambridge
CLEAR, JAMES Thomas, Cullercoats. Northumberland, replaced by the proper assimilation of food.
It cannot be done with medicine.
Science, however, has again come to the rescue, and it CABD, EPHRAIM, Yeovil, Tailor Oct 18 at 1 Off Rec,
Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
cannot be too widely known that tone and vigour can be Endless st, Salisbury
Coombes, WILLIAM Thomas, Cardiff, Chemist Cardiff Pet promoted, and the rosy cheeks natural to health restored CHESTER, CHARLES JOSEPH, St Leonards, Commercial
Oct 4 Ord Oct 4
by the vitalising and restorative properties of a most
valuable discovery. The evidence of medical men and the Hastings
Portsmouth Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6
public is conclusive on this point. COLE, CHARLES William, Tooting Graveney, Surrey Oct CRAFT, HENRY, Gt Grimsby Gt Grimsby Pet Oct 4 Ord
It proves that Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa as a Food-beverage 20 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
possesses nutrient, restorative, and vitalising properties, 10.45 Off Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter
Cabinet Makers High Court Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 It aids the digestive powers, and is invaluable to tired Cox, HARRY William, Landport, Hants, Ironmonger Oct DALLING, WILLIAM, Swansea Swansea Pet Oct 6 Ord men and delicate women and children. 18 at 3 Off Rec, Cambridge junction, High st, Ports Oct 7
It has the refreshing properties of fine tea, the nourishmouth
Dand, CHARLES, Copthall ct High Court Pet Aug 26 ment of the best cocoas, and a tonic and recuperative force Davies, James, Troedyrhiwfwch, Glam, Grocer Oct 18 at 3
Ord Oct 4
possessed by neither, and can be used in all cases where 65, Eigh st, Merthyr Tydfil
DIBB, GEORGE, Manchester, Cabdriver Manchester Pet tea and coffee are prohibited. DE BULNES, ELIAS FERNANDEZ, Liverpool, Manager Nov 2 Sept 13 Ord Oct 8
It is not a medicine, but a unique and wonderful fooda at 2.30 Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool
ELLIS, GEORGE, Walsall, Grocer Walsall Pet Oct 7 Ord beverage. DIBB, GEORGE, Manchester, Cabdriver Oct 21 at 2.30 Off Oc", 7
Dr. T'ibbles' Vi-Cocoa is made up in 6d. packets and 9d. Rec, Byrom st, Manchester FIELD, HARDY, Whitby Scarborough Pet Oct 7 Ord
and is. 6d. ting. It can be obtained from all Grocers, Ellis, John WILLIAM, Batley, Yorks, Hairdresser Oct 18 Oct 7
Chemists, and Stores, or from 60, 61, and 62, Bunhill-row, at 11 Off Rec. Bank chmbrs, Batley GALLEHAWK, WILLIAM JAMES, Sheerness, Journeyman
London, E.C, Evans, RICHARD HENRY, Aberdare, Glam, Decorator Oct Coachbuilder Rochester Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7
As an unparalleled tast of merit, a dainty sample tin of 21 at 1265. High st, Merthyr Tydfil Hassell, LEWIS, and WILLIAM EDWARDS, Birmingham
Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa will be sent post free on application FARRANT, Joan Quillix, York Oct 20 at 12.15 Of Rec, Tailors Birmingham Pet Aug 19 Ord Oct 8
to any address, if when writing (à postcard will do) the 28, Stonegate, York
Hensby, ALBERT WILLIAM, Upper Holloway, Builder High reader will name the SOLICITORS' JOURNAL.
HOLT, WILLIAM, Prestwich, Dr Manchester, Milk Dealer AW.-A Solicitor and Notary of great FRANCIS, John, Armley, Leeds, Coal Merchant Oct 19 at Salford Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 8
experience desires a Situation ; salary £100.11 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
Hoy, John, Leeds, Chemist Leeds Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6 INGERTIA, 2, Marsden-street, South Shields. GALLEHAWK, WILLIAM James, Sheerness, Journey Coach- IRVING, SAMUEL, Coventry, Glass Dealer Coventry Pet
builder Oct 31 at 12.30 115, High st, Rochester HASSELL, LEWIS, and WILLIAM EDWARDS, Birmingham,
Oct 7 Ord Oct 7
ATENTS.Mr. F. W. GOLBY, A.I.M.E., Tailors Oct 19 at 11 174, Corporation st, Birming ham
JUDSON, CHARLES, Manchester, Weighing Machine Fitter M.S.A., Patent Agent (late of H.M. Patent Offices
Manchester Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 7 Irving, SAMUEL, Coventry, Glass Dealer Oct 20 at 1ž Off
36, Chancery-lane, London, W.C. Letters Patent obKENSHOLE, JOHN WILLIAM, Torquay, Butcher Exeter ained and Registration effected in all parts of the JAMES, FLORENCE, Brompton rd Oct 18 at 12 Bankruptcy Lewis, Evan, Kennington Cross, Milkseller High Court
Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5
World. Oppositions conducted. Opinions and Searches bidgs, Carey st
as to novelty. KEENAN, JAMES, West Hartlepool, Labourer Oct 18 at
Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 6 3 Off Rec, 25, John st, Sunderland
Lewis, John, Pontyberem, Carmarthens, Builder Carmar PATENTS and TRADE-MARKS. KIILAM, WILLIAM, Snienton, Nottingham, Engine Driver
then Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 5 Oct 18 at 12 Off Rec, 4, Castle pl, Park st, Lrnes, BENJAMIN CHABLES, Brixton, Licensed Victualler Nottingham
High Court Pet July 25 Ord Oct 8
W. P, THOMPSON & CO., KENSHOLE, JOHN WILLIAM, Torquay, Butcher Oct 20 at MABBETT, FRANK BURMAN, Whitminster, Glos, Tarmer 10.45 Off Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter Gloucester Pet Sept 23 Ord Oct 8
322, High Holborn, W.C. LANE, CHARLES, Cardiff, Baker Oct 20 at 11 Off Rec, 29, MAY, Henry, Hampstead, Fruiterer High Court Pet Queen st, Cardiff Sept 24 Ord Oct 8
(and at Liv::RPOOL, MANCHESTEE, and BIRMINGHAM), LANGLEY, John, Halifax, Builder Oct 19 at 11 Off Rec, MURGATROYD, SAMUEL, Luddenden, nr Halifax, Joiner LONDON and INTERNATIONAL AGENTS of ProTownhall chmbrs, Halifax Halifax Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 8
vincial and Foreign SOLICITORS in LONSDALE, WILLIAM Henry, Stockton on Tees, Fruiterer MUSSELWHITE, CHARLES, Wilton, Wilts, Saddler Salis
PATENT matters. Oct 18 at 11 Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough bury Pet Sept 28 Ord Oct 8
Representatives in all Capitals,
FULLER, HORSEY, SONS, & CASSELL,
TREATMENT OP INEBRIETY.
BRISTOL and WESTERN COUNTIES
SALES and VALUATION8 of LANDED, RESIDENNATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY
TIAL, and BUSINESS PROPERTY, SHARES,
REVERSIONS, &c., by
ESSRS. DUROSE SUTTON & CO., COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED.
THE COUNTY AUCTION MART, BRISTOL. RICKMANSWORTH, HERTS.
19 The attention of Solicitors, Trustees, &c., is inChairman H. R. GRENFELL, Esq.
vited to the central and commanding position of the Mart, For Gentlemen, under the Act and privately.
affording the greatest publicity to Sale Announcements. Por Terms, &c., apply to CAPITAL £1,000,000.
The Auctioneers have numerous Clients at all times pre. Called Up, £200,000. Uncalled, £800,000.
R. WELSH BRANTHWAITE,
pared to Purchase or make Advances on Mortgage of Real
Medical Superintendent. The Company receives money on Debentures for five or
PETERBOROUGH. Established 1820. seven years. Interest payable half-yearly by coupons TREATMENT OF INEBRIBTY and ABUSE of DRUGS. attached to the Bonds.
BRISTOW, WARWICK, & By the Articles of Association the issue of Debentures
POTTER, is restricted to the amount of the uncalled capital, and HIGH SHOT HOUSE, they are secured by a Trust Deed, establishing a prefer
SURVEYORS, LAND AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS, ential charge thereon for the holders. ST. MARGARET'S, TWICKENHAM,
JARKET SQUARE, PETERBOROUGH. Prospectuses and full information as to the rates of For Gentlemen under the Acts and privately. Terms, interest may be obtained from the Manager, 8, Great
23 to 4 Guineas.
Surveys made, Reports and Valuations for Mortgage, ParWinchester-street, London, E.C.
Apply to Medical Superintendent,
tition, Exchange, Enfranchisement, Estate Duty, Tenant
right, and Timber; Estates Managed and Rents Collected. F. BROMHEAD, B.A., M.B. (Camb.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.)
QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS RENDERED.
Bankers: Stamford, Boston, & Spalding Bank, Peterborough.
11, BILLITER SQUARE, LONDON, E.C.
AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND SURVEYORS
MILLS AND MANUFACTORIES.
PLANT AND MACHINERY
WHARVES AND WAREHOUSES
Vlerks, and Clerke of the Peace, Corporation Robes, University and Clergy Gowns.
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Cases Reported this week.
(BEFORE THE VACATION JUDGE.)
Hobbs, Hart, & Co. (Lim.) v. Grover and Roe.
Taylor v. The Cambridge Gazette Co. (Lim.) and Kilner......
(County COURTS.) Suitable clauses, settled by Counsel, can be obtained on application to
Jones v. C. & W. Walker
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CURRENT TOPICS. Mortgages Guaranteed on Licensed Properties promptly, without THE APPEAL list for the ensuing sittings keeps up, its special valuation and at low rates.
recently increased figures. It contains 283 appeals, of which
94 are from the Chancery Division, 159 from the Queen's ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Bench Division, and 3 from the Probate and Divorce Division ;
Established 1824. Capital, £5,000,000 Sterling.
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4 appeals in Bankruptcy, and 19 cases in the New Trial Paper. LONDON BRANCHES : 1, ST. JAMES'S ST. W. 83, CHANCERY LANE, W.C.; A year ago there were only 159 appeals, and at the commenceNORFOLK ST., STRAND; WIGMORE ST.; 3, MINCING LANE, E.Č. LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCES AT MODERATE RATES.
mont of the last sittings there were 234 appeals.
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THE CHANCERY Division cause lists shew & decline in the LEGAL AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE number of causes and matters. There are in all 585 causes SOCIETY.
and matters as compared with 743 actions and matters a year ago, and 617 at the commencement of the last sittings.
£1,000,000 - £ 11,700,000
A DECLINE in numbers is also a feature of some of the Queen's Bench lists, which contain 603 causes in all, as against 1,041 a year ago.
There are 453 actions for trial, as against 906 a year ago, and 431 at the commencement of the last sittings. On the other hand, there are 122 matters in the Divisional Court list, in place of 44 matters at the commencement of the last sittings.
THE ARRANGEMENTS made by the Judges of the Chancery Division for the trial of witness actions during the ensuing sittings are as follow : Mr. Justice NORTH will take his Witness List for the fortnight beginning on Tuesday, the 15th of November, and will sit continuously (Monday, the 21st of November, excepted) until Saturday, the 26th of November, his motions, &c., being taken by ROMER, J. Mr. Justice STIRLING will begin on Tuesday, the 15th of November, and sit continuously (Monday, the 21st of November, excepted) until Saturday, the 26th of November, his motions &c., being taken by KEKEWICH, J. Mr. Justice KEKEWICH will begin on Tuesday, the 1st of November, and sit continuously (Monday, the 7th of November, excepted) until Saturday, the 12th of November, his motions, &c., being taken by STIRLING, J. Mr. Justice ROMER will take his Witness List as stated in the Sittings Paper, his motions, &c., being taken by NORTH, J.
THE CRIMINAL Evidence Act has now been in force for over a week, and as far as can be gathered from the newspaper accounts of trials in which the accused persons have given evidence, it has worked very satisfactorily up to the present. Cases
have been reported in which persons have been acquitted when the THE CASE of Barnes v. Glenton (1898, 2 Q. B. 223) is the latest evidence for the prosecution made things look very black indeed of the series of decisions relating to the operation of section 8 of for them, apparently entirely because of the new aspect put the Real Property Limitation Act, 1874. Money was lent to A. upon the facts by the sworn testimony of the accused. On the and others in 1882 on security which may be shortly described other hand, more than one case has occurred in which a guilty as a sub-mortgage not containing any covenant for repayment person has secured his own just punishment by clearing up in of the advance. Interest was paid from time to time by A.'s the course of cross-examination any doubts which the evidence co-debtors up to 1896, and, the above action being subsequently for the prosecution might have left in the minds of the jury. brought against A. and his co-debtors, the question arose Not many serious difficulties seem to have yet arisen as to the whether such payment by them kept the debt alive as against construction of the Act, but at least two decisions have been A. Section 8 bars any action or suit to recover any money given which will probably be generally disapproved of. The secured by “any mortgage, judgment, or lien, or otherwise first of these is a matter of small importance. The Act provides charged upon or payable out of any land or rent" after twelve that an accused person “shall not be called as a witness in pur- years, " unless in the meantime some part of the principal suance of this Act except upon his own application.” At the money or some interest thereon shall have been paid," or such London Sessions, counsel defending a prisoner proposed, at the acknowledgment given as the section requires. "It, then, the end of the evidence for the prosecution, to call his client as a case fell within section 8, it would seem to follow, on a literal witness. The Deputy-Chairman, however, ruled that counsel construction of the words of the enactment, that any payment must not make the application for the person charged, but that on account of principal, or any payment of interest thereon, such person must apply with his own mouth for leave to go into would altogether stop the statute from running. But it was the witness-box. We cannot think that the Act means this. contended for A. that, there being no express coveuant, the Surely an application made by a prisoner through his counsel liability, if any, was for a simple contract debt within the is bis own application. If the Act does mean what Mr. Limitation Act, 1623, with the result that the six years' limitaLOVELAND-LOVELAND thinks it means, there does not seem to be tion of actions applied, and with the further result that A. was any good reason for such a provision, as a prisoner will, of protected by the Mercantile Law Amendment Act, 1856, s. 14, course, make the application as a rule on the prompting of his from being chargeable by reason of any payment made by A.'s counsel. Moreover, it is hardly seemly, when a prisoner is co-contractors or co-debtors, which enactment, it was admitted, defended by counsel who advises that he shall give evidence, did not apply to the Real Property Limitation Act, 1874: see for a judge to intervene and deter the man from following his Re Frisby, Allison v. Frisby (38 W. R. 65, 43 Ch. D. 106). counsel's advice by an exposition of the law as to perjury. In Sutton v. Sutton (31 W. R. 369, 22 Ch. D. 511) section 8
was held to apply not only to the remedy against the land, but
also to an action on an express personal covenant to repay in a THE OTHER decision referred to is one of much greater mortgage. The decision of the Court of Appeal in that case importance, and is really a serious matter. Section 2 of the was a surprise to the profession (808 43 Ch. D., at p. 108), and Act provides that when the only witness called for the defence the subsequent history of the case (which is to be found in the is the accused person himself, he shall be called immediately judgment of CHITTY, J., in Re Turner, Turner v. Spencer, 43 after the close of the evidence for the prosecution. Also, by W. R. 153) shews that the plaintiff's claim might have been so section 3 it is enacted that where the right of reply depends framed as not to have raised the point decided, which proved upon
the question whether evidence has been called for the not to be conclusive of the case, but it leaves the decision defence, the fact that the person charged has been called as a witness'shall not of itself confer on the prosecution the right of limitation. In Barnes v. Glenton the court (Lord RUSSELL, C.J.)
untouched, and that has become a landmark in the law of reply. On these two sections the Recorder of Nottingham has refused to confine section 8 to cases where there was a specialty, decided, in a case defended by counsel in which the prisoner holding that the effect of section 8 was to take out of the alone gave evidence for the defence, that counsel for the Limitation Act of James I. for all purposes all actions of debt prosecution had no right to sum up his case after the prisoner secured by mortgage or otherwise charged upon or payable out had given evidence. Now, it is expressly provided by 28 Vict. of land. It was pointed cut that cases of security by lien,
18 (commonly known as Denman's Act), that where a which were not often effected by specialty contract, were prisoner is defended by counsel, counsel for the prosecution
expressly included in section 8. The case was therefore shall have the right to address the jury a second time “ for the governed by section 8, and the only question left was whether purpose of summing up the evidence against such person," in the payments made by A.'s co-debtors were sufficient to keep the case witnesses are not called for the defence; and further, that claim alive against A., as to which the decision in the Court of save for this alteration in the practice the “right of reply should be as theretofore. It is clear, therefore, that a “summing In the opinion of Fry, L.J., in that case, “a payment satisfying
Appeal in Re Frisby (supra) was held to be conclusive against A. up” is not the same as a “reply.” Both are mentioned in the the words of the section is made whenever there is a render same section of Denman's Act. The Recorder of Nottingham, of money to a person entitled to receive it by a person liable to however, seems to have rather confused the two. reply, it is submitted, is one in answer to speech by the other side. pay it” (88 W. R. at p. 66, 43 Ch. D. at p. 117). If it is proper for counsel for the Crown to sum up his case where no witnesses are called for the defonce, still more desirable is it that he should do so when the prisoner gives evidence, and the Ir is, perhaps, one of the chief functions of the courts to Criminal Evidence Act could nover have intended to take away apply Acts of Parliament to cases which the wisdom of the the power given by Denman's Act. It is to be observed that Legislature has not foreseen. A good illustration is afforded by where the prisoner alone gives evidence for the defence, it is the the case of Jones v. Walker in the Birmingham County Court, express purpose of the Act to reserve to his counsel the valuable which is reported elsewhere. A man who had been working as privilege of having the last word to the jury, and this is a a blacksmith applied for employment in the erection of a gasmost fair and proper provision. If, however, the Recorder of holder for the Birmingham Corporation. There was no vacancy Nottingham is right, we are brought to face this absurdity, that for him in that capacity, but the contractors' foreman put him in a long and complicated case, where it is most desirable for on to a job which only required unskilled labour. Nothing was counsel for the Crown to sum up his case, he can be deprived of said as to the rate of wages. He had not worked more than the right so to do by the calling of the accused alone as a three hours when an accident occurred by which he was severely witness, which perhaps still further complicates the case, though injured and rendered incapable of work. it in no way deprives the prisoner's counsel of his privilege of accident brought the case within the Act of 1897, but a dispute the last word. "We observe that Lord Ludlow, in his remarks arose as to the rate of compensation. The rule upon this on the now Act, which our readers will find elsewhere, says that subject is laid down by clause 1 (6) of the first Schedule. the object of section 2 “is to give the prosecution in cases In case of total or partial incapacity for work the compensation defended by counsel, in summing up the evidence, an oppor- is to be a weekly payment not exceeding 50 per cent. of the tunity of commenting on the evidence so given" (1.e., by the workman's " average weekly earnings during the previous prisoner).
twelve months, if he has been so long employed, but if not, then