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Bacon, and be marked in the cause books accordingly. And this order is to b° drawn up by tbe registrar and set np in tbe sereral offices of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice.
Mavnard v Marks 1881 M 846 Eccois & Co T Alaing 1881 E 1,603 Mejers T Oldaker 1881 M 3.506 la re Speigbt, deed Speight v Gaunt
1881 S 2,862 Duke T Vanderbergh 1881 D 954 Chawner v McLean 1880 C 1,568 Taylor»Johnson 1880 T 1,655 Emanuel College, Cambridge v Midland
Ry Co 1881 E 688 Holroyde v Garnett 1881 H 2,467 Charles r Jones 1880 C 359 Id re de la Motte, deed de la Motte v
Turner 1879 D 260 In re Turner, deed Boynton v Tidy
1880 B 3,438
Brown v McCowan 1881 B 896 Bowq v Baylies-Thomas & Co 1881
B 1,755 Jones v Blow 1881 J 991 Jackson » Winnifrith 1881 J 1,524 CampvCcnder 1881 C 5,354 Caiherwood T Direct Fish Supply Association, Id 1880 C 01,064 Lon & County Land & Building Co T The Estates Association Id 1881 L 2,418
Betjemann v Howe 1881 B 3,393 O'Bryen T O'Bryen 1881 O 239 Lloyd's Banking Co v Macalister
1881 L 2,529
In re Denoon, deed Denoon v Denoon
1879 D 155
Yorkshire Banking Co Id v Mason
1880 Y 058
Loxleyy Norman 1881 L 1,610 Cook v Hsyes 1881 O 5,365 Ulrici v The Metropolitan Ry Co 1881 U 527
Todd T Thornton 1881 T 157 Robinson v Fulham District Board of
Worki 1881 B 967 Tankard v Alexander 1881 T 1,938 Noel T Tyler 1881 N 652 Geen v Socie 6 Genoralo de Paris
1881 G 2,673 Williams v Dollar 1881 W 1,585 Rowland v Meakin 1881 K 913 Meritt v Johnstone 1881 M 3,558 Alcock v Banner 1881 A 653 Blaiberg y Eylea 1881 B 2 339 Blaibtrg v Eyles 1881 B 2,307 In re Cooper, deed Godwin v Berridge
1881 C 4 271 Russell v Watts 1880 R 1,100 Bennett v Whiteley 1881 B 3,899 Halsey v Marcussen 1881 H 3,197 Adams v The Army and Navy Hotel
Id 1881 A 788 SyervMulkern 1881 S 2,773 Sampson v Webb 1881 S 4,961 In re Burton, deed Boulton v Jones
1881 B 1,521 McAndrew v Indian Mammoth Gold
Mines Id 1880 M 3,560 In re Hopkins, deed Carver v Coote
1880 H 0,401a Harrison v Lcotner 1879 II 403 Selborke, C
Mills, Nathamel, Handswortb, Stafford, Merchant. Feb 10. Mills v Muller, Fry, J. Jeli, Birmingham
Phillips, Gboboe, Grafton st, Mile End, Fish Salesman. Feb 15. Phillips T Baxter,
Fry, J. Wilkinson, Bermondsey st, Southwark
Corbett, Hall, V.C. Edwards, Birmingham
[Gazette, Jan. 17.]
Booth, John Gidney, Blundcston, Snffolk, Labourer. Feb 13. Brooks v Bounce,
Bacon, V.C. Seago, Lowestoft Coet, Samuel BilltR, Great Yarmouth, Gentleman. Feb 14. Cory v Cory, Chitty,
J. Cory, Caister
D'epihecil, Lionel Count, Ashford, near Staines. Mar 6. Tadman v D'Epineuil,
Fry, J. Warner, Quality ct, Chancery lane Gann, Francis Ann, Whitstable, Kent, Widow. Feb 20. Gann v Anderson, Chitty, J.
Gold, Nicholas Charles, Fellows' rd, South Hampstead. Feb 16. Gold v Steele,
Fry, J. Bell, Lincoln's inn fields Laxaecb, Geobge, Brede, Sussex, Grocer. Feb 17. Harris v Lazarus, Hall, V.C. Tol
'■ • - N, John Charles, Star ct. Bread st, Warehouseman. Feb 18. Hicks v
Bacon, V.C. Wellborne, Duke Bt, London Bridge Patchbtt, Geace, Liverpool, Widow. Feb 14. Patchett v. Patchett, Chitty, J. Qui Ilia m, Liverpool [Gazette, Jan. 20.]
CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 25.
LAST DAY OF CLAIM. Aldridge, Geobge Olive, Christchurch, Southampton, Merchant. Feb 20. Sharp, Christchurch
Baeee, Frank Kibxby, Park grove, Battcrsea pk rd, Gent. Mar 4. Hunt and Williams, Nottingham
Bbll, Susan, Benfleld st, York rd, Battersea. Mar 15. Ward, Furnival's inn, Holborn Biddi'lph, Joair, Lowndes so;. Mar 1. Franki&h and Buchanan, Devereux chmbrs, Devereux ct. Temple
Bbothebs, Sarah Hurst, Alexandra pk, Nottingham. Feb 26. Burton and Co, Not
Bcrbebx, Alice, I^amington Priors, Warwick. Mar 15. Hepburn and Co, Biid-inII and ct, Cheapside
Cbesswbll, Owen Edward, Pall Mall, Wine Merchant. Mar 1. Thomson and Co, Cornhill
Elgab, Samuel, Lymington, Southampton, Painter. Mar 14. Sharp, Lymington Field, Alfred, Bristol. Mar 25. Harwood, Bristol
Fleming, William Lancaster, Gas Engineer. Feb 20. Nelson and Storey, Lancaster Fox, Calvin, Bled Lion passage, St George the Martyr, Watch and Clock Maker. Mar L Footner and Son, liomsey
Graham, John, Egremont, Cumberland, Iron Merchant. Mar 4. Musgrave, Whitehaven
Grange, Joseph, Weaverham, Chester, Retired Farmer. Mar 1. A and J E Fletcher,
Heaton, John Coupe, Rotherham, York, Brass Works Foreman. Feb 13. Pashleyand Hodgkinson
Jones, George, Gloucester, Esq. Feb 18. Bonnor, Gloucester
Lloyd, Evan, Ponn Fields, Penn, Stafford, Gent. Mar 1. Flewker and Page, Wolverhampton
Masters, George Samuel, Church rd, West Hackney, Parish Clerk. Mar 20. Lucas,
High st, Stoke Newington Moody, Penelope, Upper Norwood. Feb 20. Rollit and Sons, Hull Moobe, Henry, C.B., Cheltenham, Lieut-Col on the Retired List of the Bengal Army.
Mar 1. Stroud and Ryland, Cheltenham Pendlebuey, John, Pendleton, Lancaster, Esq. Mar 18. Cunliffe and Co, Manchester Poole, John, Weaste, near Manchester. Mar 25. Diggles and Ogdeo, Manchester Rawlings, William Henry, York pi, Richmond, Surrey, M.R.C.S. Mar 1. Whites
and Co, Cannon st
Seaoer, Caroline, South Lambeth, Surrey. April 1. Morrison, Reigate
Thompson, Thomas, Bowden, Chester, Gent. Mar 1. Welsh and Son, Manchester
[ Gazette, Jan. 20.]
Baker, George Chamberlain, Myddelton sq, Pentonville, Contractor. Feb 28. Gush
and Phillips, Finsbury circus Barrow, Ltdia, Crosby, Lancaster. Feb 28. Field and WTeightman, Liverpool Barton, Edward, Boundary rd, St John's Wood, Esq. Mar 25. Stephens, Orchard st,
Biggs, John Walter, Gravesend, Kent, Oilman. Marl. Drawbridge, Gravesend Casswell, John, Derby, Licensed Victualler. Mar 1. Sale and Mills, Derby Cuthbbrt, John, Rangoon, British Burmah, Captain in Her Majesty's 80th Regiment.
Feb 28. Freeman, Clement's lane, Lombard st Drews, James William Adams, Saltash, Cornwall, Commercial Traveller. Feb 28,
Fishbb, Ann, St Helier's, Jersey. April 3. Cattell, Gt James st, Bedford row
Green, John William, Bradfield, Essex, Farmer. Mar 2. Mustard, Manningtree
Hartnell, John, Honiton, Devon, Farmer. Feb 28. Cox, Honiton
Husbands, William, Derby, Gent. Feb 17. Sale and Mills, Derby
Jkssett, George, Sheffield, Surgeon. Mar 1. Hinde, Sheffield
King, Thomas, Barnstaple, Devon. Mar 25. Bromham, Barnstaple
Macdougall, Anne Duncan, Clarendon rd, South Kensington. Mar 20. Whitakers
and Woolbert, Lincoln's-inn-fields Pattinson, John, Repton, Derby, Grocer. Mar 1. Sale and Mills, Derby Potter, Jambs, Epsom, Trainer of Horses. Mar 1. Andrew, Clement's lane Rose, William, Torquay, Trunk Maker. Mar 1. Hooper and Wollen, Torquay Rooeb, John, Manchester, Innkeeper. Mar 1. Addleshaw and Warburton, Manchester Samuel, Peter Wesley, Stockton on-Tces, Surgeon-Dentist. Feb 7. Draper, Stockton-on-Tees
Webb, Samuel, Barbraham, Cambridge, Farmer. Mar 1. Eadcns andKnowles, Cambridge
Whitwobth, Edwabd, Facit, Lancaster, Cotton Spinner. Mar 1. Stott and Wallis, Rochdale
Wilson, John, Bellevue, Wakefield, Gent. April 2. Harrison and Beaumont, Wakefield
[Gazette, Jan. 24.]
Blane, Mahy Magdalene, Bath. April 19. Cowdry, Bath
Branpobd, Elizabeth, Thorpe, Norwich. Mar 1. Copeman and Ladell, Norwich Brierley, Abbam, Lepton, nr Huddersfleld, Woollen Manufacturer. Mar 21. Vaudrey, Manchester
Broom, Richard Nathaniel, Wolverhampton, Gent. Mar 3. Thome and Co, Wolverhampton
Bbown, Frederick James, Bath, Gent. April 1. Jeans and Morgan, Manchester
Edwabds, Joseph Moors, Hyde, Chester, Beersellor. Feb 17. Smith Bros., Hyde
Laing, Charles Parkinson Benjamin, Lee, Kent, Mar 25. Mount, Gracechurch st
and Wilson, Old Cavendish st
Rainey, John, Cheltenham, Dealer in Antiques. Mar 11. Gill and Bush, Bath
Saltharsh, John, Chelmsford, Gent. Mar 1. Leaver and Maskell, Lincoln's inn fields
[Gazette, Jan 27.]
The Calcutta correspondent of the Time? says that a recent meeting of the Indian Legislative Council was enlivened by a dWcussion of an interesting and somewhat acrimonious character. The Transfer of Property Bill, one of the new codes which Mr. Stokes is so anxious to pass into law during the few remaining weeks of his term of office, had reached its final stage, and he moved tbat it be passed. After several members bad spoken in favour of the motion, Mr. Plowden in along speech, argued that tbe Bill had not received sufficient publicity, and cited opinions adverse to its provisions expressed by Sir James Stephen, Sir Richard Garth, and Justice Cunningham. The Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal and Mr. Rivers Thompson also deprecated undue haste. Mr. Stokes replied with some warmth, but consented to a postponement for three weeks, which was eventually agreed to.
Monby Saved.—Adopt Chappuis' Daylight Reflectors, to supersede gas or lamplight during the day. They are universally used from gentlemen's houses to workmen's shops or dwelling-places. (S. J.) Chappuis, Patentee, 69, Fleet-street, London.—[adVt.J
1 Hutton v Churchley
2 Chapman and anr v Berk and Co
3 Mountain, Hoisley, and Collett v Irwin 1 Kirk v Boykett
5 Jones v Helder and ors
6 Liverpool Cotton Powder Co v The Cot
ton Powder Co
7 Fleming v Arbuthnot
H Campoverdo v Calcina
10 The Eureka Consolidated Mining Co v
The Richmond Consolidated Mining
11 Arundel nnd anr v Bigncll
12 Same v Same
13 Goddard v Brewin I t Barnes v Lacey
15 Unsworth v Locnl Board or Urban
Sanitary Authority of Haydock 10 Benjamin v Stanger
17 Nicoll v Paull and ors
18 Hastie v Gomperts, B.S. 10 Same v Same, M.S.
20 Bell v Lawes
21 Shooltvrcd v Bianchi and Co
22 The Midland By Co v T and L Lennard
23 Chartered Mercantile Bank of India,
London, and China v Netherlands India Steam Navigation Co, limd 23a May and Co v Syndicate of Financiers, limd
24 Curtice v The Fine Arts Alliance Co
25 Hirst and anr v Law ton
26 Sponce and Co v Carling
27 Goodo v Jones
28 Stiinpson v K and G McDonald
29 Ivans v Morris
30 Paine v Hay (espte Owen)
31 Newbould v Steado
32 Ward v Drodgo
34 Luce v The Bail way Passengers Assur
35 King and Co v The Mayor, &c, of the
Borough of Leamington 30 Manning v Laroque
37 Toke v Andrews
38 Herrmnn v Wallace
30 Vint and Brothers v Freestone and anr ■11 Lamb, Bart, v The Metropolitan Life Association
42 Jones v Davies and anr
43 The Queen v Rowley
44 Forster v Tyndale
45 Turner v Bridjett [C H Wright, Clmnt) 40 Davis v Tompson
47 Hind v Cottroll
48 Wood v Bishop and anr
49 Nicoll v Paull and ors
50 In re Henry Stnmland, a Solicitor
51 In re C G Grueber, a Solicitor
52 McManus v Pearce
53 Manning v Bayley
54 Chard Brothers v Jones
55 Thomson v South Eastern Ry Co, South
Eastern Rv Co v Thomson 58 Dalton V The Guardians of the Poor of the Parish of St Mary Abbott, Kentington
57 In the Matter of E B Tattershall, a solicitor (expto Messrs Hepworth and Co)
At a dinner given by tbe Clothworkers' Company on tie l»t inst., the Master of the Hulls, responding for "The Beach and Bur," remarked that lie was sorry to observe that one half the members of the tench, for whom he had but a few years since returned thanks in thnt hull, hart lelt us for a different tribunal. Changes had been painfully raj id. Within the 1 ast twelve months six new judges had been appointed, aud seeing that the total number of the judges of the superior courts was only twenty-eight, this was surely a remarkable addition to be made within Fo short a spate ol time as one year. The only consolation he could find was that, in considering the ages of those who had recently departed this life, it was to ba noticed that the oldest was eighty-fonr years of age; the youngest seventy-four; tho average being the respectable age of severity-seven. As lawyers were fond of precedents, they might hope that the precedent was now well established, and that the next six would attain a similar tge. Passing then to the question of the length of the legal terms, Sir George Jessel pointed out that it was quite an exception for judges to be appointed under the age of fifty. Men past sixty years of age —the average age of judges—were not generally considered to be in the bloom of youth, and only in the case of judges did the public seem to expect that there should be an exception to tbe rule. But the public seemed to be horrified to find that the gentlemen who had worked very hard to attain this position, and who worked very hard to keep it, actually enjoyed a vacation of seventeen and a half weeks during the year. Speaking personally, he might say that one great attraction for him in making a very great, indeed, an enormous pecuniary sacrifice when he accepted the pesi ion he now held, was that he should lessen, to some extent, the severe and continuous labour which it was his lot as a law officer of the Crown to undergo. His predecessor, who had worked harder than any preceding Master of the Rolls, had at the end ol his terra of office Bat for twenty-four weeks in the yeir. In nccepting that post, therefore, Sir George Jessel said ho had not expected to sit for moie than ball tbe year. But if a servant was engaged to work for half the year and his wages were calculated on that basis, it was not fair to make him work three
frurths of the year. Since the passing of the Judicature Act, however, he had been sitting for over thirty-four weeks in the year, and his vacation of seventeen weeks was now threatened with diminution. Being one of those anxious to attain the respectable age of his predecessors, be might say that he did not think it possible profitably to get more work out of the judges. The public might make them sit longer, but they wonld get less work out of them. Responding to the toast of "The hee.lth of the Benob," he would venture to add that the best way to preserve their health was to give them sufficient time to recruit their strength.
BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Barn Es.—J,m. 21, at 80, Ker slngton-paik-road, W, the wife of John droll
Barne?, harrister-at-law, of a sen. Bhoadwood — Jan. 29, at '25, Ovington-square, S.W., the wile of Edward Broai
wood, hnrrif-ter-at-U*, of a son. Casky.—Jan. 25, at Hereford-road, W., the wife of T. J. S. Casey, barrister-at
law, of a son.
Cassehley.—Jan. 21, at 43, Brownswood-road, Finsbury-park, N., the wild of S.
W. Ca^e-frley, b»rri«ter-at-Uw, of a son. Grubs.—Jan. 28, at 93, St. George'srosd, S.W., the wife of William Hanry
Cross, barrister-at-law, of a fon. Dees —Fib. o, at 58, Suaredale-villas, Kensington, the wife of William H. Dee-,
solicitor, of a daughter.
Shaepe—Leioh.—Jan. 31, at St. S'ephen's, Hampstead, John Sutton Sharp', of West Brouiwicb, Staffordshire, solicitor, to Elizabeth Kate, daughter of the la'o JoBeph Manuel Leigh, of Haverstock-hiU.
Burgass.—Jan. 28, Richard Burgass, of the Middle Temple, barrister-at-law,
late Fint Judge of the S.C. Court, Madras, aged 71. Dennis.—Jan 29, at Northampton, William Dennis, solicitor, Registrar of tbe
County Court and District Registrar of the High Court of Justioe, aged 65. Stkanoways.—Feb. 8, at 2, Keppel-street, Russell-square, Thomas Henry
Strangways, solicitor, aged 67.
Tet Jan 30. Crosby. Tot Jau 31. Meyler.
Jones. Brighton, Feb Waugh. Cocker
FainAT, Feb, 3,1882.
Murray. Feb 17 at 11
To Surrender in the Country.
Drinkwater, Joseph, Wolverhampton, Beerhouse Keeper. Tet Jan 30. Sanders.
Wolverhampton, Feb 16 at 12
Stockton-on-Tees, Feb 16 at 2.30
Taunton. Feb 18 at 11.30
22 at 12
Tato, John, and George Graham, Carlisle, Ironfounders. Pet Jan 25.
mouth, Feb 15 at 12.30 Thomas, Elizabeth, Llungunnor, Carmarthen. Pet Jan 31. Lloyd. Carmarthen/Feb
18 at 12
Wreir, James Thomas, Fortsea, Hants, Toy Dealer. Pet Feb 1. Renny. Portsmouth,
Feb 23 at 12
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 1882. Un^er the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in Loudon. Cooper, James, Dorset st, Portmau sq, Licensed Victualler. Pet Feb 3. Pepys. Feb 17 at 12
Williams, George Thomas, Commercial rd East, Nautical Instrument Maker. Pet Feb
6. Murray. Feb 22 at 12
To Surrender in tho Countrr. Aston, Edwin, Over, Chester, Draper. Pet Feb I. Speakman. Crowe, Feb 21 at 10.30 Cox, James Hamsun, Birmingham, Baker. Pet Feb 2. Colo. Birmingham, Feb 10 at 12
Fonnbv, Mvlcs Lonsdale, Snlcombe, Devon, Esq. PetFob 4. Edmonds. East Stonehouso,
Feb 22 at 12
Howes, Josiah, Aylesbury, Bucks, Builder. Pet Feb 4. Watson. Aylesbury, Feb 25 at 3
Jewhurst, Richard, Margate, Ironmonger. Pet Feb 3. Furlev. Canterbury, Feb 21 at 11
Lester, Charles, East Finchley, Retired Publican. Pet Jan 24. Boyes. Barnct, Feb 21
Liddlc, Thomas, and William Edward ITorncnst.Ie, Gateshead, Durham, Glass Manufacturers. Pet Feb 4. Daggett. Newcastle, Feb 17 at 11
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 1882.
Liquidations by Arrangement.
FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS.
Austin, John, Bodicotc, Oxford, Miller. Feb 10 at 12 at offices of Munton and Stockton
Bainbridge, Thomas, Millom, Cumberland, Chemist. Feb 17 ut 12 at offices of Dickson, Newton st, Millom
Baker, James Walter, Wcrrington, Stafford, Farmer. Feb 13 at 1 at offices of Ashmall, Albion at, Hanley
Barton, Richard, Birmingham, Hatter. Feb 10 at 11 at Midland Hotel, New st, Birmingham. Jackson and Sharpc, West Bromwich
Beckton, Ernest, Westgate-on-Sea, Isle of Thanet, Kent, Plumber. Feb 22 at 2 at Station Hotel, Westgate-on-Sea. Wilkins, King's Arms yd
Beeby, Joseph, Stratford, Essex, Grocer. Feb 22 at 3 at offices of Brewer, City rd, Finsbury sq
Bennett, John Horatio, North Collingham, Nottingham, Schoolmaster. Feb 1G at 11 at
offices of Foottit, Market pi, Newark-upon-Trent
Thomas, Middles bo rough, York, Commisaion Agent. Feb 20 at 11 at offices of
Dobson, Gosford st, Midd leaborough Brown, Charles Rowland, Sun st, Finsbury, Printer. Fob 23 at 3 at Guildhall Coffee
House, Ores ham 6t. Sole and Co, Aldermanbury Buse, John.jun, Cardiff, Chemist. Feb 16 at 11 at 7, Working st, Cardiff. Dalton and
Byron, George Henry, Dukinfield. Chester, Grocer. Feb 15 at 11 at -19, Hanging Ditch, Manchester. Buckley and Miller, Staly bridge
Charles, Frederick, Liverpool, Jewoller. Feb 16 at 3 at office of Madden, Lord st, Liverpool
Coatea, George, Chester st, Coventry, Watch Manufacturer. Feb 15 at 3 at office of
Nealeand Addison, Hay lane, Coventry Coleman, Edward, Norwich, Hotel Proprietor. Feb 17 at 12 at offlco of Miller and Co,
Bank chbrs, Norwich
Corfe, Thomas, Devons rd, Bromley by Bow, Leather Seller. Feb 21 at 3 at offices of
Cooper and Co, Lincoln's inn fields Corfield, William, Bury, Lancaster, General Draper. Feb 21 at 3 at Mitre Hotel,
Cathedral yd, Manchester Coward, Clement, and Egerton Cappnr Gilbert, Nantwich, Boot Manufacturers. Feb
16 at 2 at Royal Hotel. Crewe. Lisle, Nantwich Couldwell, George, West Melton, York, Grocer. Feb 21 at 12 at office of Parker and
Hirkmott, Regent st. Barnsley Curtis, John William, Walton, nr Liverpool, Boot Dealer. Feb 16 at 3 at offices of Cox,
Crosshall st, Liverpool Comngham, Richard, Strood, Watchmaker. Feb 16 at 3 at King's Head Hotel, High
st, Rochester. Shakespear, Chatham Dvunington, William, Old Catton, Norfolk, Market Gardner. Feb 18 at 11 at offices of
Miller and Co, Bank chmbrs, Norwich Darcy, Bartholomew, Kettering, Northampton, Tailor. Feb 16 at 3 at office of Toller,
Dobson, Daniel, Coato, nr Devizes, Wilts, of no occupation. Feb 18 at 12 at Castle and
Ball Hotel, Marlborough. Marshall, Devizes Dobeon, William, Preston, Lancaster, Printer. Feb 23 at 3 at offices of Charnley and
Finch, Fox st, IVston Dunger, Martin, Gooderstone, Norfolk, Miller. Feb 14 at 12 at officea of Maher, High
st, King's Lynn
Douglas. Thomas Headon cum Upton, Nottingham, Farmer. Feb 10 at 11 at office of
Marshall, Chapelgate, East Retford Emery, James, Fieldgate, Walsall, Stafford, Wholesale Saddler. Feb 15 at 11 at offlco of
Bill, Bridge st, Waltall Fisher, John, Culcheth, Lancaster, Farmer. Feb 20 at 2.30 at offices of Whittingham,
Church st, Leigh
Foord, Joshua William, Brighton, Grocer. Feb 16 at 3 at offices of Lamb and Evett, Ship at, Brighton
Griffin, Cornelius Christopher, Cannock, Stafford, Baker. Feb 15 at 11 at offices of
Duignan and Co, Bridge, Walsall, Stafford Gledhill, John, Town End, Golcar, Huddersfleld, Woollen Cloth Manufacturer. Feb 22
at 11 at office of Ainley, New at, Huddersfleld Graham, JohnCarrnthers, Bolton, Lancaster, Dra ur. Feb 17 at 4 at offices of Dowling
and Urry, Silverwell st, Bolton Hawkeswood, George, Wcbheath, nr Redditch, % oroester, Grocer. Feb 10 at 3 at offices
of Williams, Prospect Hill, Redditch Haxthausen, Olaf, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, Shipping Agent. Feb 15 at 3 at the Vine
Hotel, WTest Cowes. Hooper, Newport
Chapman, High st, Bridgewater
Feb 16 at 11 at offices of Miller, St Stephen's chmbrs, Baldwin at, Bristol
Morrison, High st, Reign to
James, Harry, Walsall, Stafford, Grocer. Feb 14 at 12 at offices of Bill, Bridge st, Walsall
Jones, David Erskinc, and William Owen Davies, Conway, Carnarvon, Timber Merchants. Feb 15 at 11 at offices of Sheen, North John st, Liverpool, Hughes and Pritchard, Bangor
Jones, David Hugh, Tregaron, Cardigan, Drapers' Assistant. Feb 14 at 2 at officea of
Edwardcs, Tregaron, Cardigan Jones, Isaac Thomas, Low Thorston, nr Hartlepool, Durham, Cow Keeper. Feb 18 nt 12
at office of Todd, Sorteea st, West Hartlepool Jones, David, and Evan Jones, Caron Upper, Cardigan, Farmers. Fob 16 at 2 at
office of Hughes, Pier st, Aberystwith, Cardigan Jones, Robert, Llandudno, Carnarvon, Grocer. Feb 21 at 1 at Hop Pole Hotel, Chester.
Keulewell, Thomas, Great Ousbern, York, Farmer. F eb 16 at 11.30 at office of Batc
aon and Hutchinson, Harrogate Kirkpatrick, Roger, Abercorn pi, Abbey rd, Regent's pk, Gent. Feb 15 at 2 at 9, Cloak
lane. Cannon st. Toppin Lay, James, Warborough, Oxford. Feb 15 at 12 at offices of Bealo and Co, London Bt,
Laveock, Aaron, Bradford, York, Con! Merchant. Feb 15 at 11 at Sunbridge chmbrs, Bradford. Rhodes
Linden, Peter, Bethnal Green rd, Tailor. Feb 22 at 3 at office of Goldberg and Langdon, West at, Finsbury circus
Lyons, Jacob, Middlesex st, Aldgate, Butcher. Feb 13 at 3 at office of CatUin, Wormwood at, Old Broad Bt
Lyons. Solomon H3-am, and Leopold Samson Baburger, St Mary Axe, Importers and Dealers in Fancy Goods. Feb 10 at 3 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Lauo, Gresham st
Makin, Peter, Birkenhead, Chester, Bricklayer. Feb 16 at 3 at offices of Thompson,
Hamilton si, Birkenhead Mann, Samuel, Manningham, Bradford, York, Gardener. Feb 15 at 11 at offices of Beverley and Freeman, HusUergntc, Bradford
, William, Cardiff, Glamorgan, Sail Maker. Feb 20 at 12 at Grand Hotel,
McKelvie, Charles, Bolton, Lancaster, Draper. Feb 17 at 3 at offices of Dowling and
Lrry, Silverwell at, Bolton Mercer, Arthur Bosworth, Liverpool, Manufacturer's Agent. Feb 17 at 3 nt Law Asso
nation Rooms, Cook st, Liverpool. Evans and Co Hole, Richard Loved ale Homer, Brampton, Solicitor. Feb 20 at 11 at offices of Wannop. Carrnthers crt, Scotch at, Carlisle
John Physic, Kirton Skeldyke, Lincoln, Farmer. Feb 17 at 11 at offices of Rice and Co, Main ridge, Boston
, Butcher. Feb 20 at 3 at offices of Bell and Son,
Myerscough, Samuel, Castlemere, Rochdale, Lancaster, Teacher of Music. Feb 16 at 10
at offices of Brierley, Butts. Rochdale Nicholls, George, Birmingham, Warwick, Seedsman. Feb 13 at 10.15 at offices of East,
Temple st, Birmingham Newton, William Feakes, Saham Toney, Norfolk, Farmer. Feb 21 at 2 at offices of
Grigsonand Robinson, Watton Noble, George, Armley, Leeds, Builder. Feb 17 at 11 at Law Institute, Albion pi,
Leeds. Grisdale, Leeds Norris, Maria Esther, Old st, Shoreditch, Mangle Manufacturer. Feb 21 at 2 at officea
of Davies, Basinghall st Oldham, Samuel, Wakefield, Provision Dealer. Feb 15 at 3 at office of Kemp, Bars tow
Osborne, John George, Birmingham, Grocer. Feb 16 at 3 at office of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham
Patch, Robert, Lewisham, Grocer. Feb 20 at 3 at offices of Laidman, Serjeant's inn, Temple
Pickard, Charley, Bradford, Plumber. Feb 15 at 4 at office of Wilson, Tyrrel st, Bradford
Pinnock, Alfred, Laudsecr rd, Holloway, Cheesemonger. Feb 21 at 2 at Cannon Bt Hotel,
Cannon st. Scott, College hill Powell, William, Merthvr Tydfil, Grocer. Feb 17 at 1 at offico of Simons and Plows,
CI urch st. Merthyr Tydfil Price, T)&\ id, Treorky, Glamorgan, Grocer. Feb 11 at 3 at Royal Hotel, Cardiff. Morgan,
Print, James, Blackwell, Worcester, Labourer. Feb 17 at 2.30 at offires of Barkes,
Morcton-in-Marsh, Gloucester Richardson, Henry .Tames, Ellerby-in-Holderness, York, Farmer. Feb 1 tat 2 at offices
of Middlomiss and Pearco, Parliament st, Kingston.upon-Hull Scrimshiro, Robert, Allington, Lincoln, Farmer. Feb 27 at 12 at office* of Thompson
and Sons, Grantham
Shelton, Charles, Newport Pngnell, Buckingham, Bnildcr. Feb 16 at 12 at Anchor
Hotel, Newport Pagnell. Bull Shepard, Francis, West Hartlepo
Simmons, Elijah, Middlesborough, Iron Merchant. Feb 27 at 12 at officea nf Wilkes and
Wilkes, Middlesborough Simpson, William, Eaglcscliffe, Durham, Saddler. Feb 13 at 2 at offices of Tcnlo, Middlesborough
Smith, Edward Brigham, Field Dalling, Norfolk, Grocer. Feb 15 aLlat2S, Castle
Meadows, Norfoltc, Cotes and Bates, Fakenhatn Stephens, Charles, Birmingham, Warwick, Builder. Fob 14 at 3 at offices of Barber,
Stone, Henry, Croydon, Cambridge, Clerk in Holy Orders. Feb 21 at 11 at Red Lion
Hotel, Petty Cury, Cambridge. Nosh, Royston Swinnerton, James, Manchester, out of business. Feb 10 at 3 at offices of Lamb, St
Peter's sq, Manchester Taylor, Thomas, Holywell, Rowington, Warwick, Farmer. Feb 10 at 11 at offices of
Thompson, Richard, Coatham, York, Grocer. Feb 15 at 11 at offices of Jackson and
Jackson, Albert rd, Middlesborough Thompson, William, Beresford st, Woolwich, Kent, Greengrocer. Feb 13 at 3 at offioos
of Cooper and Co, Lincoln's inn fields Thorn, James, Longton, Stafford, Beerhouse Keeper. Feb 20 at 11 at offices of Young,
High st, Longton
Ticehurst, Wil iam Mark, Mayfield, Sussex, Farmer. Feb 15 at 11 at Camden Hotel,
Calverley-road, Tunbndge Wolls. Burton, Tunbridge Wells Toms, Henry Lewis, BiccH^r, Oxford, Gentleman, of no occupation. Feb 15 ot 12 at
Roebuck Hotel, Oxford. Cripps. Oxford Treadwell, William, Broughton under Blcan, Kent, Farmer. Feb 21 at 11 at offices of
Gibson, West st, Sittingbourno
Tullv. William, Walsall, Stafford, Grocer. Feb 14 at 11 at offices of Bill, Bridge st, Walsall
Turk, Charles, Gloucester, Licensed Victualler. Feb 15 at 3 at offices of Champney College ct, Gloucester
Turner, George, Newbury, Berks, Greengrocer. Fob 15 at 12 at offices of Belcher Market pi, Newbury
Ulvett, John, West Derby, Liverpool, Brewor, Feb 17 at 3 at offices of Lupton, Sweet iug st
Utley, George, and William Walker, Bnmsley, York, Stonemasons, Feb 17 at
otfices of Tyas and Co, Regent st, Barnsley Walker, Charles, and Thomas Walker, Kirkdale, nr Liverpool, Contractors. Fob 14 at
3 at offices of Radcliffo and Co, Huckiny Hey, Dale st, Liverpool Walton, Jesse, Long Crendon, Buckingham, Grocer. Feb 23 at 3 at the George Hotel,
Aylesbury. White, Queen st, Cheapside Ward, William, Hilgay, Norfolk, Licenced Victualler. Feb 21 at 11 at offices of Sidney
and Ollard, York row, Wisbech, Cambridge Washington, George, and Isaac Smith Washington, Halifax, Wool and Waste Dealers.
Feb 16 at 1 at offices of Stansfeld, Bull green, Halifax Whiting, Goorgc, Coleman st, City rd. Steam Rolling Mills, Feb 16 at 3.30 at offices of
Minton and Co, Carey lane. General Post Office. Anning, Cheapside Wilde, Richard, Osbaston, Kinnerley, Salop, Farmer. Feb 21 at 1 at the Cross Keys
Hotel, Oswestry. Pugh, Wrexham W'illiams, William Henry, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan, Collier, Feb 18 at 12 at offices
of Rosser, High st, Pontypridd
Tuesday, Fob. 7,1882.
A1H, George, and Rowland AUt, Parkgate, near Rotherham, York, Builders. Fob 22
at II at Ship Hotel, Rotherham. Favell Applin, John Harry, llinton St Mary, Dorset, Pig Dealer. Feb 23 at 3 at offices of
Davies, Newland, Sherborne Barber, George Alfred, Norton, Malton, York, Grocer. Feb 10 at 12 at Royal Oak Hotel,
Church st, Norton
Bergen, Stephen, Waterloo, near Blytb, Northumberland, Grocer. Feb 22 at 3 at offices
of Nicholson, Bridge st, Morpeth Braccgirdle, Samuel, Leftwich, near Northwich, Chester, Wood and Iron Ship Builder.
Fob 21 at3 at offices of Tremewen, Ward's bldgs, Deansgato, Manchester Brewis, Robert, J arrow, Durham, Grocer. Feb 15 at 2 at ufficos of Robson, Townhall.
Brimblc, Artemas James, Wclton, Midsomer Norton, Somerset, Nurseryman. Feb 29 at
12 at Wnldegrave ArmB Hotel, Frome Broadhuist, Josoph, and George Thomas Broadhurst, Hulme, Manchester, Bricklayers.
Fob 23 ut ;f at offices of Rylance and Son, Essex st, Manchester Bromley, Edward Charles, Fornham, Surroy, Coach Builder. Feb 20 at 2 at offlco of
Herbert, Vigo st, Regent st Brown, Frederick P.irtitt, and William George Brown, Frome, Somerset, Builder3. Feb
21 at 2 at Graud Hotel, Broad st, Bristol. Dunn and Payne, Frame Carter, John Tree, Hendon, Farmer. Feb 20 at 3 at 62, Chancery lauo. Marshall Clare, John, Beverley, York, Druggists' Porter. Fob 23 at 11 at office of Shephord
and Co, Lairgate
Cooper, John Waldrcn, Leicester, Provision Dealer. Feb 20 at 3 at office of Hincks,
Bowling Gxeen st, Leicester Cole, Ellen, Evesham, Worcester, Market Gardener. Feb 21 at 12 at office of Byron and
Cox, North ter, Evesham Cullimore, Henry, High st, Ealing, Coffee House Keeper. Feb 23 at 12, in Uou of the
date originally named, at offico of Hadley, Queen Victoria st Corrigun, George, Checthum, Manchester, Boot Manufacturer. Feb 23 at 3 at offices of
Myers, John Dalton st, Mauchestcr Dando, William Elbert, Wolsey rd, Teddiugton, Advertisement Contractor. Feb 11 at 2
at offices of Harrisons, Fowkes bldgs, Groat Tower sb
Davies, Richard, Newtown Baschnrch, Salop, Batcher. Feb 21 at 3 at office of Hariss, Mardol, Shrewsbury
Davies, Robert, Chester, Coal Merchant. Feb 20 at 2.30 at offices of Bridgman and Co,
Westminster bldgs, Newgate st Dawson, George Thomas Lowndes, Eyam, Derby, Shoo Manufacturer. Feb 17 at 11
at the North-Western Hotel, Stafford. Fishwick, Stone Dixon, John, Pipewellgate, Gateshead, Durham, out of business. Feb 22 at 2 at offices of
Dix, Wellington chmbrs, Wellington st, Gateshead Dray son, Valentine, Queen st, Gravesend, Grocer. Feb 16 at 12 at Guildhall Tavern,
Grcsbam st. Mitchell, Windmill et, Gravesend Dunning, William Stephenson, Leeds, Coal Merchant. Feb 21 at 3 at offices of Craven,
East parade, Leeds
Edgar, Fergus, Blackburn, Lancaster, Travelling Draper. Feb 17 at 3 at offices of
Scott, Victoria st, Blackburn Farrer, John, jun, Methley, York, Farmer. Feb 21 at 2 at offices of Butler and Middle
brook, Park sq, Leeds
Gardner, William, Glendining's Wharf, Bermondsoy wall, Granary Keeper. Feb 21 at
12 at offices of Tower, Lower Thames st Godden, Edward Thomas, Kingston-on-Thames, Auctioneer. Feb 15 at New Exchange
bldgs, George yd, Lombard st, in lieu of the place originally named Gower, George, Whitechapel rd, Corn Merchant. Feb 23 at 2 at Guildhall Tavern,
Gresy, William Wools ton, Cecil st, Strand. Lime Merchant. Feb 21 at 4 at Guildhall
Tavern, Gresham «t. Houghtons and Byfielil, Gracechurch st Grint, James, Selwyr. rd, Bow, Engineer. Feb 22 at 3 at offices of Hulbert, Coleman st Hall, George Maurice, Brighton, Beerhouse Keeper. Feb 23 at 3 at 3, Newrd, Brighton.
Hanson, Arthur, Derby, Innkeeper. Feb 20 at 11 at office of Briggs, Amen alley, Derby Hardy, John, Bexley Heath, Builder. Feb 20 at 2 at office of Hughes, Eastcheap Herrison, Edward, Moss Side, Manchester, Beerseller. Feb 20 at 11 at office of Bates
and Jellicorse, Market st, Manchester Hindle, Robert. Over Darwen, Draper. Feb 22 at 11 at White Bull Hotel, Church st,
Blackburn. Broadbent, Over Darwen Taplin, Thomas, and Thomas Webb Hockin, Albion bldgs, Bartholomew close, Mantle
Manufacturers. Feb 24 at 12 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Flunkett and Leader,
St Paul's chyd
Holloway, Edward, Brighton, Builder. Feb 21 at 3 at 9, North st, Brighton. Nyo Hunt, Harry Arthur, West Dean, nr Chichester, Baker. Feb 17 at 2 at offices of Gregory, East st, Chichester
Jennings, Joseph David, London lane, Hackney, Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. Feb 14 at 3 at offices of Chidley, Old Jewry
Jerono, Berthold, Upper Spring st, Marylebone, Baker. Feb 21 at 3 at offices of Pain, Marylebone rd
Johnson, Robert Brown, Nayland, Suffolk, Butcher. Feb 20 at 4 at offices of Jone s,
Townhall chmbrs, Colchester Lacey, John, Southampton. Furniture Dealer. Feb 16 at 1 at offices of Davis and Bigg,
Threadneedle st. Killby, Southampton . Lamb, Charles Job, Henley in Arden, Warwick, Ironmonger. Feb 20 at 11 at offices of
Price and Co, Paradise st, Birmingham Lawrence, Henry Burton, Battersca Park rd, Surrey, Clothier. Feb 17 at 3 at offices of
Bennet and Co, Moorgate st. Sheppard, St John's Hill, Clapham Junction Lloyd, Arthur Rice, Jeffrey's rd, Clapham, Professional Vocalist. Feb 24 at 2 at offices
of Pannell and Co, Basinghall st. Harrison, Pancras lane, Queen st Leeder, John, Bnnwell, Norfolk, Farmer. Feb 25 at 2 at offices of Sadd and Linay,
Theatre st, Norwich
Long, Josiah, Buckland, Portsea, Whitesmith. Feb 21 at 3 at offices of Foreman and
Son, Gresham st. King, Portsea Major. John, jun. Wantage, Berks, Beerhouse Keeper. Feb 21 at 2 at offices of Jot
cham, Wantage, Berks Maltby, John Chadwick, Rotherham, York, Accountant. Feb 20 at 3 at offices of
Badgers and Co, Moorgate st, Rotherham MawdBley, William Henry, Bolton, Lancaster, Solicitor. Feb 22 at 3 at Grosvonor
Hotel, Manchester. Hughes, Bolton McFall, George, Chester, Slater. Feb 21 at 2 at offices of Danger, Orange ct, Castle st,
McKee, John, Whitehaven, Cumberland, Grocer. Feb 21 at 2 at offices of Mason and
Thompson, Duke st, Whitehaven Mead, George, Wickfonl, Essex, Carpenter. Feb 20 at 10.30 at offices of Sutthery,
C holme ford
Meyer, Joseph, Broadwall, Blackfriars. Watchmaker. Feb 15 at 11 at offices of Clarke
and Co, Tooley st, London Bridge. FeuillaUe Milnei', John Henry, Southampton st, Strand, Cigar Dealer. P'eb 20 at 4.30 at offices of
Norman, Gt Marlborough st, Regent st Morgan, Charles, Gt Berkhampstead, Herts, Straw Hat Manufacturer. Feb 21 at 12 at
offices of Lovell and Co, Gray's inn sq Moss, Thomas Andrew, Gorton, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. Feb 22 at 3 at offices of
Ritson and Grundy, Princess st, Manchester Myers, Edward William, Old Broad st, Stock and Share Broker. Feb 23 at 2.30 at
offices of Harper and Battock, Rood lane Naylor, Joseph, Manchester, Umbrella and Shirt Manufacturer. Feb 21 at 2 at offices
ot Bootc and Edgar, Booth st, Manchester Newbery, William John, The Cedars, Canton, Cardiff, Glamorgan, Gentleman. Feb
22 at 1 at offices of Tribe and Co, Bristol. Heard, Cardiff Newton, James, Warrington, Lancaster, Licensed Victualler. Feb 24 at 3 at offices of
Brook, Lyme st, Warrington Nickson, Thomas, Leeds, York, out of business. Feb 17 at 3 at offices of Watson,
Great George st, Leeds Osborne, Thomas Henry, Bridport, Dorset, Grocer. Feb 20 at 2 at Mermaid Hotel,
Yeovil. Lock, Dorchester Palmer, John Styche, High st, Clapham, Surrey, Hosier. Feb 16 at 2 at offices of
Freeman, Gutter la, Cheapside Patrick, Ellis, Leeds, York, Woollen Merchant. Feb 20 at 3 at offices of Turner and
Hewson, Park sq, Leeds Pedder, Thomas, Kingston upon Hull, Tripe Dresser. Feb 20 at 3 at offices of Martinson, Exchange bldgs, Bowlalley la, Kingston upon Hull
Pearce, James, Amersham, Buckingham, Grocer. Feb 28 at 2 at offices of Buchanan
and Rogers, Basinghall st Phillips, John, Cambridge, Manager of Tennis Court. Feb 20 at 3 at offices of Symonds,
Benet st, Cambridge
Pierpoint, Thomas Coldwcll, Warrington, Architect. Feb 20 at 11 at offices of Jeans and Co, Warrington
Powell, William, DowUis, Merthyr Tydfil, Grocer. Feb 17 at 1 at offices of Collins,
Bristol, in lieu of place originally named Pace, Enoch, Over, Chester, Grocer. Feb 18 at 11 at offices of Green and Dixon, High
Pragnell, Hugh, Marten, Gt Bedwyn, Innkeeper. Feb 24 at 11 at offices of Goulter, Hungerford
Price. Elwin Lawrence, New Soutkgate, Builder. Feb 20 at 3 at 7, Wilmington sq, Clerkenwell. Lewis
Priest, Douglas Stewart, Goldhawk rd, Shepherd's Bush, House Agent. Feb 20 at 2 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Harrison, Pancras lane
Raffael, Eliassaf, Manchester, Cigarette Manufacturer. Feb 28 at 11 at offices of Simpson, Manchester
Rastall, Richard, Donington, Lincoln, Farmer. Feb 23 at 11 at office of Wise, Church yard, Boston, Lincoln
Richbell, Emily, Leicester, Widow. Feb 20 at 11 at offices of Oram and Co, Welford place, Leicester
Ruppert, John Bcnony, Gateshead, Durham, Beerhouse Keeper. Feb 22 at 1 at offices
of Dix, Wellington chmbrs, Gateshead Russett, George, St Phillip's Marsh, Bristoi, Horse Dealer. Feb 13 at 13 at offices of
Esserv, Nicholas st, Bristol Scott, William Thomas, li lack man st, Southwark, Licensed Victualler. Feb 24 at 2 at
63, St Paul's churchyard- Attenborough Skidmoro, Edwin, Tottcrdown, Bristol, Boot and Shoe Maker. Feb 28 at 2 at offices of
Sibly, Exchange West, Bristol Stead, Rufus, Cleckheaton, York, Tailor. Feb 16 at 11 at Victoria Hotel, Bradford.
Stevenson, Henry, Mayfield, Sussex, Grocer. Feb 20 at 2.30 at offices of Sprott, Tunbridge Wells
Stone, Daniel, Wroxall, Isle of Wight, Hants, Farmer. Feb 21 at 11.30 at Dolphin
Hotel, High st, Southampton Tearle, William, Watford, Hertford, Monumental Mason. Feb 16 at 11 at offices of
Sedgwick and Turner, High st, Watford Turner, William, Estelle rd, Haverstock hill, Builder. Feb 21 at 2 at Inns of Court
Hotel, Lincoln's inn fields. Smith and Co Ward, Robert, Yerbury road, Upper Holloway, Builder. Feb 17 at 3 at offices of Scott,
Wellford, Isaac Moon, Hinderwell, North Riding, York, Farmer. Feb 16 at 2 at offices
of Lewis, Zetland rd, Middlesborough Welsby, William, Preston, Lancaster. Joiner. Feb 20 at 3 at offices of Forshaw and
Parker, Cannon st, Preston Warren, Reuben Watts Hoythorpo, Pyc Bridge, Norwich, Carpenter. Feb 18 at 11 at
offices of Kent, St Andrew's hill plain, Norwich White, William Charles, Maldon, Essex, Grocer. Feb 23 at 2 at Creditors* Association,
Arthur st East
Wilson, Henry, and Sarah Ann Wilson, Hunslet, Leeds, Tanners. Feb 22 at 2 at offices
of Scatchard, Albion st, Leeds Withers, William, Lechlade, Gloucester, Farmer. Feb 22 at 2 at offices of Hes, London
Wood, Henry, Ely, Cambridge, Market Gardener. Feb 25 at 11 at Lamb Hotel, Ely. Salmon and Son, Bury St Edmunds
Wright, Henry Philip, Manchester, Ladies Mantle Manufacturer. Feb 29 at 3 at offices of Jones*, Princes st.. Manchester
Wright, John, High st, Camden Town, Builder. Feb 23 at 12 at offices of Ellen, Chancery lano
Yorwood, Clementina, Macclesfield, Provision Dealer. Feb 23 at 3 at offices of Barclay and Hens took, Exchange chmbrs, Macclesfield
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No Date has yet been fixed for the introduction of the Government Bankruptcy Bill, and it is, at present, impossible to say when it will be brought in.
Mb. Justice Kay will not sit on Saturday, but will proceed with his own non-witness causes on Monday and subsequent days.
An Obdeb for the re-transfer of all Mr. Justice Chittt's causes from Mr. Justice Kay is about to be issued.
Mb. Justice Chitty, having returned from circuit, will sit in the Rolls Court on Monday next at eleven o'clock, and will take non-witness causes. His lordship's petitions of this week will be taken on Tuesday. Non-witness causes will be taken on Wednesday and Thursday; motions on Friday, and petitions on Saturday; on each day, with the exception of Monday, at ten o'clock.
It Would Appeae that the repeated discussions in this journal with reference to the condition of the Middlesex Registry are likely to lead to some practical result, the Attorney-General having introduced a Bill to make better provision for the office of the Middlesex Registry. The Bill is not yet in print, but it may be hoped that it will contain some provision for improving the index, than which, as Mr. Osbobne Mobgan's committee declared, "nothing can be more unsatisfactory."
The Lettee we print from a correspondent, complaining of the delays in the chambers of the judges of the Chancery Division, deserves the careful attention of the authorities. No one can deny that the chief clerks and their staffs are among the most efficient of the officials attached to the courts, but they are tco few in number to cope with the work, and the result is (in some of the chambers) that even in the simplest cases it is impossible to obtain an appointment for an early date. Our correspondent tells us that in a simple administration action he applied for an appointment to proceed on inquiries, but could not obtain one earlier than seven weeks hence. This is a very serious state of things, not only for the client, but also for the solicitor, who is always blamed for delays which are really due to the inadequacy of the official staff.
In Two Cases, which were in the list of the Court of Appeal for the 10th hist., but which had not been reached at the close of the sitting, applications were made, at the rising of the court, that they should not be in the paper for the following day, on the ground that there was no objection on either side, and that the leading counsel engaged would have to be employed elsewhere, in one case in the Court of Bankruptcy, in the other case in the House of Lords. The court refused both applications, the Master of the Rolls stating that their lordships had. determined to lay down a definite rule in these matters, and that it must be understood that in future such applications would not be granted in any case. To act otherwise would lead to great confusion and inconvenience, and also to giving an advantage to particular counsel at the expense of others. Equal justice ought to be done to all.
We Pbint this week the report of the Committee of the Incorporated Law Society appointed to consider the report of the Lord
Chancellor's Legal Procedure Committee. We comment elsewhere on some of the leading features of this document, and need only add here the remark that, although we cannot concur in all the recommendations, we can gladly testify to the care and ability shown by the committee. The report, taken in connection with the former action of the council, will be a standing proof of the expediency of referring all matters of exceptional importance to the consideration of the members at large, instead of keeping them within the privacy of the council chamber. The recommendations of the committee will be discussed at the meeting to be held on Wednesday next, and it is to be hoped that members of the society will testify their appreciation of the services rendered by the committee by attending in considerable numbers; that they will be prepared with definite opinions on relevant subjects, and will be willing to deny themselves the luxury of long speeches.
Since The Betibement of Vice-Chancellor Malins there has arisen some danger of the public's failing to understand or appreciate aright the paternal jurisdiction exercised by the judges of the Chancery Division over wards of court, both male and female. Mr. Justice Fby's solemn lecture, appropriately delivered on Valentine's Day, on the subject of marriages of wards, will, it may be hoped, recall to the recollection of lovers the penalties incurred by those who, without the permission of a judge, make declarations to wards of court. In the case of an unauthorized proposal to a female ward, the result varies from imprisonment of the proposer to a lecture to him by the judge, combined with a costly injunction to him, and perhaps to the friends and relations of the parties, and possibly also (for such orders have been known) to the clergyman of the parish, against communicating with by word or letter, or aiding, or abetting, or taking part in, the marriage of the ward. In the case of a male ward of court the procedure is not quite so stern. It is practically impossible to imprison, in the first instance, a young lady to whom the male ward has made unauthorized advances; and the course usually taken is to remit her, if she is an infant, to the care of her guardians, and if she has attained years of discretion, to grant an injunction against her having any communication with her unauthorized lover, for breach of which injunction she may be imprisoned. Over and above all this there is the possibility of all the tender communications between the parties being ordered (as was done in one instance) to be handed over to an unsympathetic Registrar of the Supreme Court, to be destroyed by fire in the presence of the solicitors of both parties. We abstain from harrowing the feelings of our readers by enlarging upon the terrific penalties which are incurred in the case of an actual unauthorized marriage of a ward of court.
The Bepbactoby Juby at Bristol, who refused to take their law from the judge, and desired to be furnished with a copy of the report of B. v. Negtis (L. R. 2 C. C. 34), were probably unaware that they were guilty of a most unconstitutional usurpation, and a grave breach of their duty. If instead of remitting them with a mild lecture to the bosoms of their families, Lord ColeBidge had detained them while he read the observations of one of his predecessors, they would probably have understood more clearly the heinous nature of their offence. "The fundamental definition of trial by jury," said Lord Mansfield in 22. v. The Dean of St. Asaph (21 How's State Trials, 1039), "depends upon the universal maxim ad quwstionem juris non respondent juratores; ad qucestionem facti non respondent jttdices," and he added, "the constitution trusts that, under the direction of a judge, they will not usurp a jurisdiction which is not in their province. They do not know, and are not presumed