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liberty of Huntingdon, on the abolition of which, by the passing of the first County Courts Act, he became registrar of the Huntingdon County Court

MR. JOHN BREWER. (Circuit No. 35), and he held the office till 1867, when he was succeeded by Mr. John Brewer, solicitor (of the firm of Rose, Norton, & Brewer), his son. He was also for many years coroner for the hundred of Hunting. 1 of 6. Victoria-street, and 24, Coleman-street, died at his residence at stone, and clerk to the Huntingstone Burial Board, and he had been several | Clapham on the 6th inst., after a few weeks' illness. Mr. Brewer was born in times under-sheriff for Cambridgeshire and Hantingdopshire. Mr. Margetts 1822. He was for several years engaged in the office of Messrs. Baxter, Rose, was a Conservative, and had taken an active part in municipal business. He

& Norton, with whom be served his articles, and he was adinitted a solicitor was for several years a member of the Huntingdon Town Council, and he had

in 1871. Two or three years later he went into partnership with Messrs. served the office of mayor.

Philip Frederick Rose, George Alfred St. Craix Rose, Henry Elland Norton,

and Henry T. Norton, and he had ever since practised at 6, VictoriaMR. CHARLES WELLBORNE.

street, Westminster, the firm having also a city office at 24, Coleman-street.

Mr. Brewer had large experience in railway business, and for many years the Mr. Charles Wellborne, solicitor, of 17, Duke-street, Southwark, died at

legal affairs of the London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Company had Herne Bay on September 16, having been for many months in failing health.

been under his direction. "He represented the company at the inquest and the Mr. Wellborne was born in 1816. He had practised for over forty

preliminary inquiry before the magistrates as to the murder of Mr. Gold. It years within the borougb of Southwark, and he had a large local practice in the South of London. He was formerly clerk to St. Olave's Board of

may also be remembered that he was an attesting witness to the will of Lord

Beaconsfield. Guardians, and since his retirement from that post he had retained the position of solicitor to the board. He was also for many years superintendent registrar for the St. Olave's district. Mr. Wellborne was also for many

LORD CURRIEHILL, years a member of the St. Olave's Vestry, and a representative of the parish Mr. John Marshall, Lord Currighill, one of the judges of the Court of at the St. Olave's District Board of Works. His son, Mr. Charles Evelyn

Session in Scotland, died at Curriebill, near Edinburgh, on the 5th inst., at Wellborne, was associated in partnership with him. He had been for many the age of fifty-four. Lord Curriebill was the son of Mr. John Marshall, and years a member of the Court of Assistants of the Clockmakers' Company,

& Company, was for many years a judge of the Court of Session in Scotland, with the title of and at the time of his death he was serving the office of master of the

Lord Curriehill. He was born in 1827, and was educated at the University company for the second time. Mr. Wellborne was buried at Norwood Cemetery

of Edinburgh. He was admitted a member of the Faculty of Advocates in on September 21.

Scotland in 1851, and he enjoyed a good practice for many years, being

considered a high authority on all questions of conveyancing and feudal law. MR. EDWIN TYRRELL HURLSTONE.

In 1875, on the death of Lord Benbolme, he was appointed a Lord Ordinary, Mr. Edwin Tyrrell Hurlstone died suddenly at his lodgings in Thanet-place,

and assumed (like his father) the honorary title of Lord Curriebill. He had

within the last few months succeeded the late Lord Gifford as a member of the Temple, on September 29, at the age of seventy-five. Mr. Hurlstone was born | Second Division of the Court of Session. Lord Curriebill was assessor of ¢be in 1806 and was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Hilary Term, | University Court at Edinburgh. He had for several months been in bad 1834. He was a member of the South-Eastern Circuit, and was known for

health, and had visited the Continent for change of air. The deceased was many years as a reporter in the Court of Exchequer. He was one of the

un karried. compilers of the series of “Exchequer Reports," 'which were continued by him in conjunction, first with the late Mr. Justice Normao, of the Bengal High Court, and afterwards with Mr. F. J. Coltman. Mr. Hurlstone was appointed a revising barrister a few years ago, and at the time of his death

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS. he was engaged in the revision of the list of voters for Hertfordshire. He had freqnently suffered from epileptic fits, but a post mortem examination Sir WilLIAM REYNELL ANSON, Bart., has been elected Warden of All showed that his death had been caused by rupture of the heart.

Souls College, Oxford. Sir W. Anson is the eldest son of the late Sir John

William Adson. He was born in 1843, and succeeded his father in the MR. JAMES WILBERFORCE STEPHEN.

baronetoy in 1873. He was educated at Eton and at Balliol College,

Oxford, where he graduated first class in litera humaniores in 1866, Mr. James Wilberforce Stephen, second puisne judge of the Supreme Court

and he was afterwards elected a fellow of All Souls College. He was called of the colony of Victoria, died at Melbourne on the 14th of August. He

to the bar at the Inner Temple in Michaelmas Term, 1869, and he is a had suffered for a long time from illness, but his death was rather sudden,

member of the South-Eastern Circuit. Sir W. Anson was, in 1874, elected Mr. Justice Stephen was the son of ihe late Sir George Stephen, Q.O., of the

Vinerian Reader in Common Law. Victoria bar, and cousin of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, K.C.S.I. He

Mr. HENRY GEORGE ALLEN, Q.C., M.P., and Mr. RICHARD EVERARD was formerly fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, where he graduated

Webster, Q.C., have been elected Benchers of Lincola’s-inn. as fourth wrangler in 1844, and he was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Hilary Term, 1849. He shortly afterwards went to Australia, and was

The Right Hon. Thomas O'Hagan, Lord O'Hagan, late Lord High Chan. called to the bar at Melbourne, where he had for many years a good equity

cellor of Ireland, has been created a Knight of the Order of St. Patrick, practice. He was formerly a member of the Legislative Assembly, and he was

Lord O'Hagan is the eldest son of Mr. Edward O'Hagan, of Belfast, and was for a short time Attorney-General for the colony. In 1878 he was appointed a

born in 1812. He was called to the bar at Dublin in 1836, and he was puisne judge of the Supreme Court. Mr. Justice Stepben was an able lawyer,

Solicitor-General in Ireland from 1860 till 1861, and Attorney-General from and was very highly esteemed at Melbourne and throughout the colony.

1865, when he was appointed a puisne judge of the Court of Common Pleas and a member of the Irish Privy Council. He was M.P. for Tralee in the Liberal interest from 1863 till 1865, and in December, 1868, on the formation

of Mr. Gladstone's first Ministry, he was appointed Lord Chancellor for MR. WILLIAM EASTLAKE.

Ireland, being the first Roman Catholic who bad ever held that office. He Mr. William Eastlake, solicitor, died at Plymouth on the 12th ult. Mr. retired with his party in 1874, but was re-appointed in April, 1880, and held Eastlake was the son of Mr. George Castlake, solicitor. of Plymouth, and the Great Seal of Ireland until within the last few days. In 1870 be was raised was born in 1821. He was educated at Repton School, and was admitted a to the peerage with the title of Baron O'Hagan. solicitor in 1844, having been articled to his father, with whom he was for | Mr. WILLIAM MOORE Johnson, Q.C., M.P., Solicitor-General for Ireland, several years in partnership. He had practised for nearly thirty years at succeeds the Right Hon. Hugh Law, as Attorney-General. Mr. Johnson Plymouth, and during a great portion of that time he had been agent for the is the son of the Rev. William Johnson, and was born in 1828. He was Admiralty at Plymouth, and Deputy Judge.Advocate of the Fleet. He had educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and he was called to the bar in Ireland conducted many important prosecutions for the Admiralty, and had taken part in 1853. He was created a Queen's Counsel in 1872, and he was Law in many naval courts-martial, though he was prevented by ill-health from Adviser to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland from 1872 till 1874. He was attending the recent inquiry into the loss of The Doterel. Mr. Eastlake was a eleoted M.P. for Mallow in the Liberal interest in April, 1874, and he nephew of the late Sir Charles Eastlake, R.A., and was himself an accom

was shortly afterwards appointed Solicitor General. plished artist, several of his water colour-sketches having been exhibited in

Mr. Andrew MARSHALL PORTER, Q.O., succeede Mr. Johnson as SolicitorLondon. He took a warm interest in the subject of artistic education, and in the management of the local school of art. Mr. Eastlake leaves a widow

General for Ireland. Mr. Porter was called to the bar in Ireland in 1860, and a large family,

and he practises on the North-East Cirouit. He became a Queen's Counsel in 1872.

MR. JOHN HURRELL.
Mr. John Hurrell, barrister, died at his residence, Gwynne House, North

LEGAL MAYORS. Brixton, on the 15th ult., after a very short illness. Mr. Hurrell was called to Mr. John GEORGE LAURENCE BULLEID, of Glastonbury, has been elected the bar at the Middle Temple in Easter Term, 1940, and had practised for Mayor of that borough for the fifth time. Mr. Balleid was admitted a over forty years on the Home (and South-Eastern) Circuit, and at the Surrey solicitor in 1848, and is one of the borough aldermen. Sessions. He was oce of the prosecuting counsel for the Post Office on the

Mr. Robert GEORGE RAPER, solicitor and notary, of Chichester, has been South-Eastern Circuit, and had been for many years revising barrister for the elected Mayor of that city for the seventh time. Mr. Raper is deputy borough of Southwark, and for the eastern division of the county of Surrey. registrar of the diocese and archdeacopery of chichester, district probate He had only partly completed the county revision when he was attacked with registrar, clerk to the Commissioners of Taxes, and lecturer on Eoclethe illness from which he died. Mr. Arbuthnot, the revising barrister for siastical Law at the Chichester Theological College. He was admitted a Mid-Surrey, before commencing the revision of the lists at Wandsworth on solicitor in 1850, and is in partnership with Mr. William Bennett Barton Monday, the 17th ult., expressed his sorrow at the death of his colleague, Freeland, clerk to the county magistrates. and alluded to the ability with wbich the latter had discharged his duties as Mr. William Shenton, solicitor (of the firm of Adame, Moberley, a revising barrister.

Shenton, & Faithfull), of Winobeeter and Alresford, has been elected

NEW ORDERS, &c,

1829.

Mayor of the City of Winchester for the ensuing year. Mr. Shenton was admitted a solicitor in 1869.

Mr. RICHARD Deacon, solioitor, of Wallingford, bag boen ole oted Mayor of that borough for the third time. Mr. Deacon was admitted a solicitor in

TRANSFER OF CAUSES. Mr. THOMAS LLANWARNE, solicitor, of Hereford, has been elooted Mayor The several ca0808 and matters set forth in the first schedule hereto are of that city for the engging year. Mr. Llanwarne was admitted a solicitor to be transferred from Mr. Justice Chitty to the Vice-Chancellor Sir James in 1859. He is & magistrate for the borough, and clerk to the county Bacon, and the causes set forth in the second sobedule hereto, being some magistrates,

of the causes already transferred for the purpose only of trial or hearing to Mr. REGINALD ALDRIDGE, solicitor, of Poole, Swanage, Bournemouth, and Mr. Justice Kay, are to be for all other parposes transferred to ViosParkstone, bas been elected Mayor of the Borough of Poole for the ongoing Chancellor Sir James Bacon. year. Mr. Aldridge was admitted a solicitor in 1867. Mr. JOHN LEAK, solicitor of the firm of Leak, Tiil, & Stephenson), of

FIRST SCHEDULE. Hull, bas been re-elected Mayor of the Borongh of Kingston-upon-Hall for the epsping year. Mr. Leak was admitted a solicitor in 1853.

Mogtyn v Lancaster 1830 M 3,152 Mr. WYNNE EDWIN BAXTER, solicitor (of the firm of Wynne-Baxter, &

Taylor y Mostyn 1881 T 77 Rance), of 9, Lawrence Poontpey-bill, and of Lewes, has been elected as

| In re Werderman's Electrio Light Patent the first Mayor of the newly incorporated Borough of Lewes, Mr. Baxter

The Great Western Ry Co v The Metropolitan Ry Co 1880 G 1,904 was admitted a solicitor in 1867, and he is in partnership with Mr. Henry

Io re the Western Distriot Bank ld & Co's Aots William Heoniker Rance, LL.D. He is coroner for East Sussex, olerk to

| Herring v The Erie Ry Co 1879 H 394 the Farriers' and Gold and Silver Wire Drawers' Company, solicitor to the

Herring v The Erie Rg Co 1880 H 43 Shipwrights' Company, and he has served the office of ander-sheriff of

Carroway v Briscomb 1880 C 2,821 London and Middlesex.

Snowdon v. Riobardson 1880 8 0,285

Taylor v. Peel 1879 T 63
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.

Maokintosh v. Chambers 1880 M 1,585
GEORGE COTTRELL and CHARLES ALBERT CARTER (Cottrell & Carter),

Coates v. The London Works Limd 1880 0 2,200 solicitors, Walsall. Nov. 3.

[Gazette, Nov. 8, 1881.]

Gray v Dixon 1881 G 444
Corbett v Bowers 1880 077

In re Hall, deod, Watnough v Snaith 1880 H 4,405
COMPANIES.

The Monarob Investment Building Sooiety v Peace 1880 M 2,949
Whitfield v Now Quay Looal Board, Cornwall 1879 W 471

Smith v The Staffordshire Ry Co 1880 S 0,380
WINDING-UP NOTICES.

Carpenter v Stevens 1880'S 3,749
Joint STOCK COMPANIES,

Griffiths v The Silicate Paint Co 1881 G 159
LIMITED IN CHANCERY,

In re Featherstonbaugh, deod, Bailey » Featherstonbaugh 1881 F 1,511 ANGLO-AYERICAN CATTLE COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up presented Nov 2, directed to be heard before Chitty, J, on Nov 12. Heritage and Co, Clement's lane,

In re Harrowsmith, deod, Clayton v Brogden 1881 H 1,056 solicitors for the petitioner

Herring » The Erie Ry Co 1881 H 337 INDUSTRIAL Bank, LIMITED.-By an order made by Cave, J, dated Nov 2, it was ordered Crawshay v Orawshay 1881 O 1,104 that the above bank be wound up. Beall and Co, Queen Victoria st, solicitors for the petitioner

Parker v Turner 1881 P 1,206 PESARTI, SULLY, AND BARRY RAILWAY COMPANY.-Fry, J. has, by an order, dated Aug | In re Glen, Cook v Doncaster 1880 G 0,360 1, appointed Horace Woodburn Kirby, 4, Coleman st, to be official liquidator

In re Medcalf, Olifford , Morrison 1880 M 0,556 WHEAS ELIZABETH, LIMITED.--Cave, J, has, by an order, dated Aug 17, appointed |

Leaver v Bath 1880 L James Cooper, of Coleman st bldgs, to be official liquidator

896

Gazette, Nov. 4. ALFREIOX AERATED WATER COMPANY LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before I Bradley v Tindall 1079 B 63 Dec 2, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, | Hextall y Harvey 1881 H 1,547 to William Watson, Alfreton, Accountant. Friday, Dec 16, at 11, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

In re Walker, deod, Anderson v Pickard 1880 W 01,231
Alex Baxx COAL AND CANNEL COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented

In re Russell, decd, Rogsell v Chell 1881 R 680
Nov 7, directed to be heard before Hall, V.C., on Nov 18. Hamlin and Grammer, Max v Thomson 1881 M 1,192
Staple inn, agents for Cartwright, Chester, solicitor for the petitioners

Ciarke v Fox 1881 0 927
CAMBRIAN MIXING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Nov 3,
directed to be heard before Hall. V.O.. on Nov 18. Linklater and Co. Walbrook | Butler v Butler 1851D 2,004
solicitors for the petitioner

The Indemnity Fire Office limd v Cousins 1880 I 1,331 G. H. FLOOD & COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Nov 1, directed Bowen v Fraser 1880 B 0,887 to be heard before Fry, J, on Nov 18. Clarke and Co, Lincoln's inn fields, solicitors for the petitioners

The Snowden Slate Quarries Co limd v Griffith 1879 8 570 PEENIX CHEMICAL WORKS, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before Dec 6, to Bugs v Richardson 1881 B 1,073

send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts and claims, to Wilson v Lavington 1881 W 1.187 James Wood Sully, Queen Victoria st. Tuesday, Dec 20, at 11. i

ppointed i

Bartram v Garbutt 1880 B 61,710 bearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims PHOTO CERAMIO COLOURING COMPANY. LIMITED.-Petition for winding up. presented | Prowse V Marks 1881 1,000

Nov 2, directed to be heard before Hall, V.O., on Nov 18. Gibney, Queen st pl, In re Trobridge, decd, Cooper v Pethick 1881 T 390 solicitor for the petitioner

Wooler v The North Eastern Ry Co 1881 W 112 WHITCHURCH AND ELLESMERE BANKING COMPANY, LIMITED,-Creditors are required, on or before Dec 5, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their

Walker v Cooke 1880 W 3,315 debts and claims to Samuel Whaley. Monday, Dec 12 at 12, is appointed for hearing | Macon v Kimber 1879 M 107 and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Gazette, Nov. 8.] The New London and Brazilian Bank v Brocklebank 1881 N 294
COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER.

Press v Reeve 1881 P 640
UNLIMITED IN CHANCERY.
GUARDIAN PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY.-Petition for winding up,

Grey v Burn 1881 G 489 presented Nov 2, directed to be heard before Bristowe, V.O., on Nov 14 at 21, Old sq, Marsh v Chambers 1881 M 2,637 Lincoln's inn. Boote and Edgar, Manchester, solicitors for the petitioner

In re Taylor, decd, Jones v Edwards 1880 T 867

[Gazette, Nov. 4.7 BLACKBTEX AND DISTRICT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY.--By an order made by the

Thomas v Foster 1880 T 0,140 Vice-Chancellor, dated Tuesday, Oct 25, it was ordered that the society be wound up,

Bird v Johns 1880 B 4 ,671 and the court did appoint Henry Edge,'Tacketts st, Blackburn, and Thomas Hayes / Watts y Milburn 1881 W 1,525 Sheen, North John st, Liverpool, official liquidators. Etty, Liverpool, solicitor for Jennings y Mason 1881 J 603 the petitioners

[Gazette, Nov 8.] FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED.

Shirley Fisher 1881 S 2,025 DEKE OF BEAUFORT LODGE ODD FELLOWS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Odd Fellows' Hall,

Ransome v Graham 1880 R 2,049 Fishponds, Stapleton, Gloucester. Nov 4

[Gazette, Nov 8.] Leech v Graham

Kirkham v Peel

Foster v Harrison At the Stock and Sbare Auction Company's sale, held on the 4th inst., at

Walter v Head 1881 W 2,345 Crown-court-buildings, Old Broad-street, the following were amongst the prices

Attorney-General v Gaskell obtained :- Monkstown Manganese Mine, £2 fully paid, 20s. ; Confederate

Hoff v Hoff 1881 H 2,731
States of America Dollar Bonds, if dols. per cent. ; Indian, Kingston, and
Sandhurst Gold Mine, £1 shares, 8s. 6d.; Neuchatel Asphalte Company Ordi.

SECOND SCHEDULE.
Dary Shares, 178. ; Didcot, Newbury, and Southampton Junction Railway, £2 Denman v Cripps 1880 D 1,889
paid, Five per Cent. Preference Shares, 379. 60.; Junior Army and Navy Drum Slate Quarries Co v Spence 1879 D 154
Shares, £1 shares, 158.; Date Coffee Company, bi sbares, £3 18.; Pioneer Tomkins v Martin 1880 T 67
Mines, £1 shares, 20s. ; Great Soutbern Mysore Gold Mine, £1 shares, 10s. ; Verminck v Edwards 1879 V 654
Rio Tinto Shares, 261; Great Western Railway, 133]; Philadelphia and Read. Harwood v Bates 1881 H 526
ing Deferred, 1 dol. premium. On the 8th inst. the following were amongst Kempson v Bates 1881 K 126
the prices obtained :-Standard Fire Insurance, £10 shares, £2 108. paid, McGill v Collingridge 1881 M 550
£1 178. 60.; Royal Aquarium, £5 preference shares, 64 lls. 3d. ; Ystwith Nye v Bradbory 1880 N 1,060
Lead Mine Sbares, £1 fully paid, 158. ; Central Wynaad Gold Mine Shares, Mandy v Duke of Rutland 1880 M 60
108. paid, 12s. 6d.; House Property and Investment Company, £25 shares, Richardson y Local Board of Broadstairs 1881 R 562
£28 156.; United Horse Nail, £1 shares, 11s. ; Coffee Taverns Company, £i Pellas y Gerli 1880 P 1,881
shares, 8s.; Philadelphia and Reading Deferred, 1 dol. premiam ; Consols, Robarts v Mayor, &c., of London 1881 R 427
Caledonian Rails, and Confederate Dollar Bonds were dealt in at market prices.

SELBORNE, C.

D 1,889 879 D 154

COURT PAPERS.

Ward ortonder. Jackson

Koe

Ellery, John, Plympton St Mary, Devon, Wine Merchant. Pet Oct 8. Edmonds. East

Stonehouse, Nov 17 at 12
Leighfield, Charles, and Samuel Hart, Wootton Basset, Wilts, Brewers. Pet Oct 31.

Townsend. Swindon, Nov 21 at 12
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.

Sadler, Reginald Hayes, Richmond, York, Lieutenant, 19th Regiment. Pet Oct 29.

Jefferson. Northallerton, Nov 15 at 11
ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON

Slater, Thomas, Ripon, Physician. Pet Oct 29. Jefferson. Northallerton, Nov 18 at 11
COURT OF

Spencer, Thomas Arthur, Manchester, Fancy Stationer. Pet Oct 31. Lister ManchesDate.

y. O. Bacon. V.C. HALL. ter, Nov 28 at 12 APPEAL.

Spencer, Joseph, Bishop's Itchington, nr Leamington, Warwick, Farmer. Pet Nov 1. Monday, Nov......... Nr. Ward

Mr. Farrer

Campbell. Warwick, Nov 16 at 11
Tuesday .........

Pemberton
Cobby

Teesdale Stevens, Richard, Rusholme, nr Manchester, Builder. Pet Oct 31. Lister. ManchesWednesday.......

Jackson Farrer

ter, Nov 21 at 12
Thursday ........
Pemberton Cobby
Teesdale

TUESDAY, Nov. 8, 1881.
Friday

Ward
Jackson
Farrer

Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
Saturday........

Pemberton Cobby

Teesdale

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Mr. Justice
Fry.
KAY.
CHITTY,

To Surrender in London.
Monday, Nov....

Mr. King Mr. La ham Mr. Clowes Tuesday .......

Richens, Edwin, Hackney rd, out of business. Pet July 28. Pepys. Nov 23 at 11
Merivale Leach
Wednesday......

Wooster, Henry, Billingsgate Market, Fish Dealer. Pet Nov 4. Pepys. Nov 23 at 11
King
Latham

Clowes
Thursday

Merivale
Leach
Koe

To Surrender in the Country.
Friday .....

King
Latbam

Clowes Brown, Frederick Seth, The Quadrant, Richmond, Tailor. Pet Nov 1. Willoughby. Saturday......

Merivale
Leach

Koo

Wandsworth, Nov 25 at 11
Jeffreys, Thomas, Llandysgul, Cardigan. Pet Nov 3. Lloyd. Carmarthen, Nov 21 at 12
Roberts, Robert, Tritby, Hope, Flint, Farmer. Pet Nov 4. Vaughan-Williams.

Wrexham, Nov 21 at 12
We have seen (says the Albany Law Journal) that it has been judicially

White, William, Durham, Retired Excise Officer. Pet Nov 5. Marshall. Durham,

Nov 22 at 11 decided that an Indian and a Negro look so much alike that a person of ordinary discrimination cannot distinguish their likenesses by a casual

Liquidations by Arrangement. glance. The same doctrine is now held in respect to the heads of a bull.

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. dog and a terrier. In Read v, Richardson, the plaintiffs and the defendants

Friday, Nov. 4, 1881. were bottlers of beer for export. The plaintiffs' label consisted of a bull.

Allison, Adam Stainsby, Stockton-on-Tees, Shop Assistant. Nov 14 at 11 at 67, Mordog's head on a black ground surrounded by a circular band on which were ton rd, Middlesborongh the words, “Read Brothers, London. The Bull.dog Bottling.” The Anderson, Ralph John, Sunderland, Plumber. Nov 15 at 3 at offices of Crow, jun, West defendants' label represented a rough terrier's head on a black ground sur

Sunniside, Sunderland rounded by a red circular band on which were the words Celebrated

Ash, Joseph' Robert, Approach rd, Lower Norwood, Builder. Nov 25 at 11 at offices of

Swan, Camberwell New rd Terrier Bottling, E. Richardson." The plaintiffs' beer was well known in the Ashmore, Oliver, Heeley, Sheffield, Licensed Victualler. Nov 14 at 12 at office of Auty colonies as the “Dog's Head” beer, and they alleged that the defendants,

and Son, Queen st, Sheffield

Ashton, William John, Newington, York, Smack Owner. Nov 17 at 12 at office of Stead by exporting to certain colonies beer with the terrier's bead label, led to

and Sibree, Bishop lane, Kingston-upon-Hull their beer being substituted and taken for the plaintiffs' beer. Held Atkins, William Henry, Oidbury, Worcester, Matchet Maker. Nov 17 at 11 at Queen's (reversing the decision of Jessel, M.R.), that the plaintiffs were entitled to

Hotel, Birmingham. Shakespeare, Oldbury an interim injunction restraining the continuance of the terrier's head in the

Bamford, John, Blackwell, Derby, out of business. Nov 22 at 12 at George Hotel,

Alfreton. Wilson and Bone, Alfreton label on the bottles of beer exported to such colonies by the defendants. Barnes, James Wyndham, Edenham st, Westbourne Park, Grocer. Nov 23 at 3 at office Jessel, M.R., had observed below : "I should certainly never have taken of MacArthur and Son, John st, Bedford row one of these dogs' heads for the other, and I do not think anybody else

Barnes, Thomas, Gt College st, Camden Town, Coffee house Proprietor. Nov 16 at 3 at

offices of Wynne-Baxter and Rance, Laurence Pountney hill, Cannon st would. With the exception of the one witness I have mentioned, nobody Baum, Noe Meyer, Regent st, Bullion Dealer. Nov 18 at 2 at the Guildhall Tavern, says he would. It is a very different animal. Of course they are both Gresham st. Pollard, Coleman st dogs and dogs' heads, but I think there the resemblance stops.

Nov 21 at 2 at They Bell, James Mackenzie, Commercial st, Whitechapel, Cork Merchant.

• offices of Jennings and Sons, Leadenhall st are differently coloured : one is yellow and white and the other

Benson, James Levett, Beeston hill, Leeds, Dispenser. Nov 17 at 11 at offices of Newis brown and tan. They are a very different kind of dog, remark son, South Parade, Leeds ably different. This bull.dog's head is a most emphatic bull dog's head, Billington, John, Dalton in Furness, Lancaster, Iron Ore Miner. Nov 17 at 2 at the whereas the terrier is a remarkably mild species of terrier, and by no means

Temperance Hall, Ulverston. Coward, Ulverston BO acute as a terrier generally is. They are very different animals in.

Botten, Luke, Tunbridge Wells, Builder. Nov 14 at 2 at the Camden Hotel, Tunbridge

Wells. Stone and Simpson, Tunbridge Wells deed ; in fact, the terrier looks something like a cat. It is a very mild

Bower, Charlotte, Attercliffe, Sheffield, Licensed Victualler. Nov 15 at 4 at offices of specimen. The dogs too have different collars on. I do not think that Binney and Co, Queen st chmbrs, Sheffield ordinary people who cannot read, who are generally pretty observant,

Boyce, Charles, Storks rd, Bermondsey, Grocer, Nov 14 at 3 at offices of Cattlin, Worm.

wood st, Old Broad so would take one of these for the other.” But the stress of the case on the

Brangwin, George Thomas, Albany st, Regent's Park, Builder. Nov 14 at 12 at the Inns appeal was placed on the fact that the colonists called the beer “Dog's of Court Hotel Bartlett, Bedford st, Covent garden Head,” without distinguishing the breed, and it was held that the bull.dog

Bravshav, Arthur Edwin, Ivegate, Bradford, York, Refreshment Contractor. Nov 18

at 3 at offices of Pullan, Albion st, Leeds beer man should have a monopoly of the whole dog kingdom in respect to

Brewer, John Leonard, Heavitree, Devon, Tailor. Nov 16 at 11 at offices of Andrews. beer labels.

Bedford-circus, Exeter. Brown, Exeter
Brown, Richard, and Duncan Redford, Old Kent rd, Builders. Nov 17 at 3 at Kennans

Hotel, Crown crt, Cheapside. Lovett and Co, King William st

Butler, James, Holbeck, Leeds, Grocer. Nov 16 at 1 at offices of Rook and Midgley, SALES OF ENSUING WEEK.

White Horse st, Boar lane, Leeds Nov. 15.- Messrs. CHINNOCK, GALSWORTHY, & CHINNOCK, at the Mart, at 2

Butt, Frank, Dartford, Kent, Beer Retailer. Nov 24 at 3 at offices of Armstrong, Broad

crt, Covent-garden p.m., Leasehold Chambers (see advertisements, Oct. 22, p. 3).

Calloway, William, Levenshulme, nr Manchester, Labourer. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Nov. 15.-Messrs. DEBENHAM, TEWSON, FARMER, & BRIDGEWATER, at the Needbam and Co, York st, Manchester

Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold Properties (see advertisements, this C'anter, Joseph, Houndsditch, Wholesale Jeweller. Nov 23 at 2 at Grand Hotel, Birweek, p. 18).

mingham. Pittman, Guildhall chmbrs, Basinghall st Nov 16 —Messrs. EDWIN Fox & BOUSFIELD, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Carruthers, Hugh, Liverpool, Grocer. Nov 18 at offices of Rouse and Price, North John Shares and Leasehold Property (see advertisement, Oct. 29, p. 4).

st, Liverpool. Mather, Liverpool Nov 17.-Messrs. BEAN, BURNETT, & ELDRIDGE, at Winchester, at 3 for 5 p.m.

Caseley, George, Bedminster, Bristol, Butter Dealer- Nov 14 at 2 at offices of Clifton

and Carter, Broad st, Bristol (see advertisement, this week, p. 18).

Chamberlain, William, Waltham Abbey, Essex, Shoe Maker. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Nov 18.-Mebere. FAREBROTHER, ELLIS, CLARK, & Co., at the Mart, at 2 p.m.,

Brakenridge, Bartlett's bldgs, Holborn. Allsup, Waltham Abbey Freehold and Leasehold Properties (see advertisements, this week, p. 18). Cooke, Willian Michael, Eve, Northampton, Soda Water Manufacturer. Nov 16 at 12

at offices of Bristow, Market pl, Peterborough. Gaches, Peterborough Corbett. Elizabeth, Wordsley Green, Kingswinford, Stafford, Saddler. Nov 15 at 3 at

offices of Homfray and Holberton, High st, Brierley hill DEATH.

Cressall, Arthur, Glengarry rd, East Dulwich, Commission Agent. Nov 14 at 10 at 188,

Camberwell rd. King, Cheapside SHERRATT.-Nov. 3, at 17, Lancaster-street, Hyde Park, Frank Warren Sherratt, Crocker, Edward Ezekiel, City rd, Stationer, Nov 21 at 12 at offices of Richards on, solicitor, 21, Abcburcb-lane, second son of W. Sherratt (Sherratt & Sons,

Broad st bldngs Eolicitors and notaries, Birkenhead), aged 22.

Crust, John, Gorton-on-the-Wolds, York, Farmer, Nov 15 at 2 at offices of Silvester

and Son, Ladygate, Beverley
Dickinson, George Thompson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tobacco Manufacturer. Nov 23

at 12 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn, White, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Dickinson, Robert Cousens, King's rd, South Hornsey, Retired Naval Officer. Nov 19

at 1 at Magon's Tavern, Basinghall st
Duckett, Godfrey Lloyd, Liverpool, Shop Assistant. Nov 16 at 12 at offices of Paynter,

Cable st, Liverpool
Bankrupts.

Ellis, Tom, Ellacombe, Torquay, Devon, Fish Dealer. Nov 17 at 12 at offices of Mac-
FRIDAY, Nov 4, 1881.

kenzie and Hext, Fleet st, Torquay Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

Evans, John David, Cowbridge, Glamorgan, Grocer. Nov 21 at 11 at offices of Rees,
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.

Cowbridge
To Surrender in London.

Farrar, Frederick, Salford, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Nov 17 at 3 at offices of Stevenson, Gooderson, William, Devonshire st, Mile End, Corn Factor. Pet Oct 17. Hazlitt. Nov Ward's bldgs, Manchester 15 at 11

Frater, Robert, South Shields, Draper. Nov 14 at 2 at offices of Aitchison, Collingwood Percivall, Charles, Camberwell New rd, Lambeth, Auctioneer. Pet Nov 2. Brougham. st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Nov 16 at 2

Furniss, John William, Shadwell, nr Leeds, Farmer, Nov 17 at 3 at offices of Granger To Surrender in the Country.

and Raper, Bank st, Leeds Atwood, William, Kimberley, Nottingham, Cottage Farmer. Pet Nov 2. Speed. | Gill, William Robert, Seaton, Devon, Shoe Maker, Nov 17 at 11 at offices of Southcott, Nottingham, Nov 15 at 3

Post Office st, Bedford circus, Exeter

LONDON GAZETTES.

Griffiths, James, and Lot Griffiths, Pembroke Dock, Shoe Makers. Nov 17 at 12 at 2, Vineall, James Samuel, Western Wharf, old Kent rd, Barge Owner. Nov 14 at 3 at Water st, Pembroke Dock. Stokes, Tenby

offices of Philp, Walbrook Grindrod, William, Darcy Lever, nr Bolton, Compositor. Nov 15 at 10 at offices of White, Joseph, Braemar ter, Tottenham, Builder. Nov 26 at 12 at offices of Groom, Fielding, Fold st, Bolton

1 Wormwood st, Old Broad st. Cattlin, Wormwood st Gunson, William, Liverpool, out of business. Nov 17 at 2 at offices of Culshaw, Lord Wisebart, Isaac, Albert st, Stamford hill, Glazier. Nov 23 at 3 a t offices of Medcalf, st, Liverpool

Union ct, Old Broad st Hartley, Eli, Wakefield, York, Contractor. Nov 14 at 3 at offices of Burton, Wood st,

TUESDAY, Nov. 8, 1881. Wakefield Harwood, Mark, Birmingham, Baker. Nov 16 at 2 at offices of Beaton and Adcock, | Arnfield, Squire Owen, Southport, Lancaster, Milliner. Nov 29 at 11 at offices of Etty, Waterloo st, Birmingham

| Lord st, Liverpool Hodgson, George, Oxford st, Milliner. Nov 16 at 3 at offices of Chatfield, Conduit st, Barnard, Robert Henry, Maidstone, General Dealer. Nov 25 at 10 at Dover pl, Church Regent st. Lomax, Conduit st

Est, Maidstone. Stephenson Hopkins, John Rogers, Long Sutton, Lincoln, Bookseller. Nov 16 at 11 at offices of Bayes, George, Wellingborough, Northampton, Builder. Nov 21 at 2 at the Hind Hotel, Mossop and Co, Long Sutton

Wellingborough. Heygate, Wellingborough Hosgood, Thomas Hopkin, and George Smith Aberdare, Glamorgan, Tin Plate Manu. Beal, Thomas Edwin, Gray's inn rd, Furniture Dealer. Nov 17 at 3 at offices of facturers. Nov 18 at 12 at the Angel Hotel, Cardiff. Corbett and Corbett, Cardiff

Browne-Kidder and Son, John st, Bedford row Hontine, John, Hulme, Manchester, Poulterer. Nov 17 at 3 at offices of Leigh, Brown st, Beauchamp, Thomas, Brentford End, Isleworth, Builder. Nov 23 at 11 at the County Manchester

Court Offices, Town hall, Brentford. Woodbridge and Sons, Clifford's inn H:rolls, Henry Grenville, Ventor, Isle of Wight, Stationer. Nov 16 at 2 at offices of Best, Walter, Huddersfield, Provision Merchant. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Learoyd and Woe and Co, Aldermanbury. Hooper, Newport

Co, Huddersfield Howkins, John, Primethorpe, Leicester, Carrier. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Hincks, Bottle, Henry Alexander, Pertenhall, Bedford, Farmer. Nov 23 at 11.30 at offices of Bowling green st, Leicester

Wade-Gery, St Neots Hugbes, John, Bootle, Lancaster, Tallow Chandler. Nov 18 at 12 at offices of Paynter, Bradley, George, Huddersfield, Printer. Nov 17 at 3 at offices of Mills and Bibby, Cable st, Liverpool

Estate bldgs, Huddersfield Humphreys, Owen, New Brighton, Chester, Builder. Nov 16 at 2 at offices of Francis, Brearley, John Robert, Halifax, Music Seller. Nov 18 at 3 at offices of Philbrick and Hamilton bq, Birkenhead

Corpe, Austinfriars. Kerr, Halifax Hutchinson, Henry, Unwell, Cambridge, Wheelwright. Nov 17 at 12 at offices of Webber, Brooke, Charles William, Bournemouth, Ironmonger. Dec 2 at 2 at the Midland Wisbech

Hotel, New st, Birmingham, Basset and Co, Southampton Jackson, Joseph, Flint, Hotel Keeper. Nov 24 at 12 at the Green Dragon Hotel, Chester. Brown, Thomas Alfred. Braughing, Hertford, Farmer. Nov 23 at 2 at offices of Arm. Williams, Flint

strong, Fore st, Hertford Jones, Hamphrey, Llangollen, Denbigh, Grocer. Nov 17 at 10 at Bank bldgs, Llangollen, Budden, Frederick Alston, Bridport, Dorset, Grocer's Assistant. Nov 21 at 12.30 at Richards, Llangollen

offices of Gundry, Downe st, Bridport. Lock, Dorchester Jones, Roger, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Grocer. Nov 15 at 12 at offices of Lovett, Duke Bullough, Edwin James, Shear Brow, Blackburn, Book Keeper. Nov 22 at 3 at offices st, Cardiff. Rosser, Pontypridd

of Brothers, Exchange Flags, Blackburn Keddle, Frederick, Skenfrith, Monmouth, Licensed Victualler. Nov 22 at 10 at offices Carter, Charles Henry, Wallingford, Oxford, Farmer. Nov 25 at 3 at Oxford House, of Minett and Piddocke, St Mary st, Ross

Wallingford. Slade, Wallingford Lane, William, Cirencesier, Gloucester, Edge Tool Maker. Nov 15 at 11 at offices of Cartwright, John, Oldhury, Worcester, Boot and Shoe Maker. Nov 24 at 3 at offices of Jackson, George st, Gloucester

Forrest, Church st, Oldbury Levy, Robert, Walworth rd, Potato Salesman. Nov 22 at 3 at offises of Foreman and Clifton, Thomas, Southgate, Lincoln, Haberdasher. Nov 22 at 11 at offices of Rodgers, Co, Gresham st. Cannon, Wool Exchange, Coleman st

Northgate, New Sleaford Lovelock, Charles, Alpha pl, Caledonian rd, Cabinet Maker. Nov 12 at 10.30 at the Castle Coe, George, Wolverhampton, Mineral Water Manufacturer. Nov 24 at 3 at oflices of Camberwell rd. King

Wilcox, North st, Wolverhampton Manning, Charles, Totterdown, Somerset, Grocer.; Nov 21 at 2 at offices of Hobbs, Clare Cooper, Francis Blades, jun., York, Beerhouse Keeper. Nov 18 at 3 at offices of Dilcock st, Bristol

Coney st, York Marchant, James, Crowhurst, Surrey, Farmer. Nov 18 at 2 at offices of Pearless aad Cornelius, George, Tranquil pl, Blackheath, Nov 17 at 2 at offices of Collings, BuckBeeching, Tunbridge Wells

ingham st, Strand Mealor, Joseph, Rock Ferry, Chester, Butcher. Nov 18 at 11 at offices of Bleakley and

Craker. Edward William, Harrow, Boot Manufacturer. Nov 30 at 2 at office of Cogs. Downham, Hamilton sq, Birkenhead

well and Corp, Argyll st. Rashleigh, Three Crown sq, Southwark Miles, Robert James Falconer, Torquay, of no occupation. Nov 24 at 11 at offices of Crosthwaite, Wilfred, Crosthwaite, Cumberland. Farmer. Nov 18 at 3 at offices of Lindop, Fleet st, Torquay

Broatch and Hall, Keswick Moeller, John, St Ann's rd, Stepney, Baker. Nov 17 at 2 at offices of Lockyer. Gresham Daler, Rioharp, Egmont ter, Shepherd's bush, Builder, Nov 18 at 3 at office of Freeman bldgs

and Winthrop, Bedford row Morgan, Daniel, Nelson, Glamorgan, Draper. Nov 15 at 2 at offices of Parsons, High st, Day, George, Whitechapel rd, Builder. Nov 25 at 3 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Bristol. Beckengham, Bristol

Rubinstein, Regent st Verhold. Nathan. senr. Joseph Newbould. and Robinson Newbould. Bradford, Wheel. | Donnellan, James Joseph, Heeley, Shefbeld, Builder. NOV 21 at 3 at offices of the wrights. Nov 16 at 11 at offices of Beverley and Freeman, Hustlergate, Bradford

Incorporated Law Society, Aldine court, Sheffield. Watson and Barker, Sheffield Non. Henry Frederick, Gt Warley, Essex, Grocer. Nov 15 at 1 at otfices of Postans Dofrill. George Edwin, Oxford, Tobacconist. Nov 29 at 12 at offices of Ward, Broad st. and Landons, New Broad st

Oxford Olding, Robert John Read, Southampton, Draper. Nov 17 at 12 at Guildhall Tavern. Douglas, John, York, Tailor. Nov 22 at 11 at offices of Shaftoe, Bland's ct, Coney st, King st, Cheapside. Kilbcy, Southampton

York Palmer, Joseph, Borough, High st, Auctioneer. Nov 21 at 2 at offices of Mote, Wal. Draper, Emmanuel Guppy, Bridport, Dorset, Grocer. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Gundry. brook

Downe st, Bridport. Lock, Dorchester Pearce. Austin John, Alveston, Gloucester, Farmer. Nov 17 at 2 at offices of Ward, Duckers, Henry, Tunstall, Stafford, Beerseller. Nov 18 at 11 at offices of Alcock, Newcastle Albion chmbrs, Bristol

st, Burslem Pearce. Edward Heague, Bradford, York, Bookseller. Nov 13 at 3 at offices of Stamford East, Frederick William, Reading, Upholsterer. Nov 22 at 3 at offices of Beale, London and Hines, Chapel lane, Bradford

st, Reading Peers, Joseph, Mancaester, Photographers Assistant. Nov 16 at 3 at offices of Ram- | Ellis, Owen, Carnarvon, Grocer. Nov 24 at 12 at offices of Allanson, Bron Seiont, well and Co, Ridgefield, Manchester

Carnarvon Philpot, Charles, St Martins-gate, Worcester, Tobacconist. Nov 17 at 11 at offices of Emmerson, Robert Charles Owen, Brentford, Lighterman. Nov 28 at 3 at the IncorTree and Son, High st, Worcester

porated Law Society, Chancery lane. Woodbridge and Sons, Clifford's inn Pinder, Jonathan, Kingston-upon-Hull, Fruit Merchant. Nov 16 at 3 at office of Locking, Endersby, David, Cambridge, Grocer. Nov 22 at ll at offices of Ellis and Co, Alexander Temple bldge, Kingston upon Hull. Hearfield, Hull

st, Petty Curry, Cambridge Pine, Samuel, Lowestoft, Smackowner. Nov 14 at 3 at offices of Seago and Son, High Endsor, Seymour, Shrewsbury, Tailor. Nov 24 at 2 at 6, Lincoln's inn. Nutsey, st, Lowestoft

Shrewsbury Poole, Thomas Walter, Bristol, Stationer. Nov 14 at 11 at office of Pigeon, Guildhall | Evans, John, Aberaman, Glamorgan, Grocer. Noy 24 at 4 at offices of James and Co, chbrs, Broad st, Bristol

Canon st, Aberdare Price, Henry, Edge hill, Liverpool, Grocer, Nov 17 at 3 at offices of Cowl, South John Evenden, Henry, St Martin's ct, Leicester sq, Licensed Victualler. Nov 17 at 11 at st, Liverpool

Haxell's Royal Exeter Hotel, Strand. Johnson, St Martin's court Roberts, William Richard, Tooley st, Southwark, Tailor. Nov 12 at 1 at office of Schol Fairbanks Frederick, Hanley, Stafford, Grocer. Nov 16 at 11 at offices of Ashmall, feld, King st, Cheapside. Martin, London wall

Albion st, Hanley Rushforth, Joseph, and John Thornton, Bradford, Ironfounders. Nov 15 at 11 at office Felmingham, Henry, Nottingham, Looking Glass Manufacturer. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Terry and Co, Market st, Bradford

of Stevenson, Weekday Cross, Nottingham Sartain, Stephen, Widbrook, Bradford-on-Avon, Farmer. Nov 17 at 12 at Cross Keys Fidler, Thomas, Buxton, Derby, Beerhouse Keeper. Nov 17 at 11 at offices of Brown Hotel, Orange grove, Bath. Grey, Bradford-on-Avon

and Ainsworth, Hardwick Mount, Buxton Bills, Joseph, Nottingham, Shoeing Smith. Nov 21 at 12 at office of Black, Low pave- Fisher, Mary, Widow, and John Fisher, York, Farmers. Nov 18 at 10.30 at offices of ment, Nottingham

Harland, Squire lane, Bridlington Simmons, John, Abbey rd, St John's Wood, Accountant. Nov 17 at 12 at Mullen's Foakes, Alfred, Claines, Worcester, Florist. Nov 18 at 3 at offices of Beauchamp, SanHotel, Ironmonger lane. Kisbey, Cheapside

some pl, Worcester Sinnock, William, Tunbridge Wells, Sussex, General House Decorator. Nov 14 at 4 at Fowler, John, Lytham, Lancaster, General Draper. Nov 24 at 11 at 16, Winckley st, offices of Stone and Simpson, Church rd, Tunbridge Wells

Preston. Whiteside, Preston Smith, George Alfred, Nottingham, Barman, Nov 15 at 3 at offices of Cranch, Poultry Garbutt, Thomas, Darlington, Durham, Land Agent. Nov 23 at 3 at 11 at offices of arcade, Nottingham

Wooler, Priestgate, Darlington Smith, Stephen, Halifax, Painter. Nov 15 at 3 at Creditors' Association, Southgate, Godbolt, Charles, and Hiram Godbolt, Brentwood, Essex, Builders. Nov 17 at 11 at Halifax

Anderton's Hotel, Fleet st. Crick and Freeman, Maldon Spybey, Francis George, Nottingham, Tobacconist. Nov 21 at 11 at Assembly Rooms, Goodrick, James, Byker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grocer. Nov 16 at 2 at offices of Low pavement, Nottingham. Martin and Son, Nottingham

Aitchison, Collingwood st, Newcastle upon Tyne Stanton, William John, Hightown, Manchester, Chartered Accountant. Nov 17 at 3 at Green, John, Broadheath, Worcester, Farmer. Nov 18 at 11 at offices of Hill, Pierpoint oices of Evans, St George's chmbrs, Albert sq, Manchester

st, Worcester Stanway, William Read, Smethcote, Hadnall, Salop, Farmer, Nov 17 at 11 at offices of Greenaway, John, Penquite, Cornwall, Farmer. Nov 18 at 1 at offices of Wallis, Market Morris and Son, Swan hill, Shrewsbury

st, Bodmin Strae, Edwin, Chippenbam ter, Harrow rd, Furniture Dealer. Nov 17 at 11 at offices of Gutteridge, Joseph, Tanner's Moat, York, Commission Agent. Nov 23 at 1 at offices of Wood, Southampton bldgs, Chancery lane

Wilkinson, St Helen's sq, York Sach. Henry Cull, Stratford-on-Avon, Shoe Maker. Nov 16 at 11.30 at Seven Stars Inn,

Hacket, Alfred, Liverpool, out of business. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Quelch, Dale st, Stratford-on-Avon. Warden, Stratford-on-Avon

Liverpool Sammerfield. Samuel, Great Warford, Chester, Farmer. Nov 15 at 12 at offices of Kill Hall, George, Hereford, Carpenter. Nov 22 at 10.30 at offices of Garrold, Widemarsh st, master, Brunswick st, Macclesfield

Hereford Sumners, John Henry, Donington, Lincoln, out of business. Nov 18 at 2.30 at Crown Harper, John, Belper, Derby, Builder. Nov 22 at 3 at the Lion Hotel, Bridge-street, Inn, Bourn. Deacon and Wilkins, Peterborough

Belper. Walker, Belper Thomas, Peter, Trausdir, Radnor, Nov 18 at 11 at Norton Arms Hotel, Knighton. Heath, John, Orange st, Southwark, Carman. Nov 23 at 2 at the Guildhall Tavern,

Gresham st. Truefitt and Gane, Bishopsgate st, Within Thomas, William, Dorrington, Coffee House Keeper. Nov 16 at 3 at offices of Morris Hill, George, Nottingham, Shoe Manufacturer. Nov 24 at 12 at the Assembly Rooms, and Sons, Swan hill, Shrewsbury

Low-pavement, Nottingham, Black, Nottingham Tibbets, Thomas, Rochester row, Westminster, Licensed Victualler. Nov 21 at 3 at Hills, Samuel, Edwardstone, Suffolk. Farmer. Nov 24 at 12:30 at the Rose and Crown offices of Webb, Austin Friars

Hotel, Sudbury. Pollard, Ipswich Tite, Thomas, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Boot Dealer. Nov 15 at 1 at York Hotel, George st, Holmes, Robert John, Cowick, near Snaith, York, Gardener. Nov 18 at 3 at offices of Ryde. Joyce, Newport

Lodge, Townhall chmbs, King st, Wakefield Toda, Walter, Northallerton, York, Farmer. Nov 18 at 3 at Golden Lion Hotel, North. Horscroft, Henry Thomas, Worthing, Builder. Nov 17 at 3 at the Royal Hotel, South allerton. Teale, Northallerton

st, Worthing. Lamb and Evett, Ship st, Brighton Iolley, John, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Boot Dealer. Nov 22 at 12 at offices of More Howes, James, Queen's rd, Battersea, (Builder, Nov 30 fat 2 at High, Holborn, gan and Co, Victoria st, Merthyr Tydil

Lomax, Haymarket

ler st, '

Dest Con Lyme "verhonse Re

Hughes, Charles Henry, Mold, Flint, Painter. Nov 21 at 2 at the Queen Hotel, Chester. Spinks, Robert Raven, Shrubland) grove, Dalston, Stationer. Nov 26 at 11 at Mogg, Roberts, Mold

Dashwood House, New Broad st. Fulcher, Horton rd, Hackney Jackson, William, Smyrk's rd, Old Kent rd, Out of Business. Nov 18 at 3 at offices of Steele, George, Stockton-on-Tees, Grocer. Nov 19 at 11.30 at offices of Thomas, Market Lincoln's inn fields. Cooper and Co

Cross chmbrs, Stockton-on-Tees James David Thomas, Treharris, near Quakers' yd, Glamorgan, Grocer, Nov 22 at | Stone. Edwin, Maidstone, Chairmaker. Nov 23 at 2 at the Priory, Maidstone. Joslen 12 at offices of Collins, Broad st, Bristol. Rosser, Pontypridd

Strang, James William, Plymouth, Watchmaker. Nov 21 at 12 at offices of Phillips, Jones, John William, Llangefelach, Glamorgan, Labourer. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Frankfort st, Plymouth Thomas, Fisher st, Swansea

Stubbs, John, Longton, Stafford, Beerhouse Keeper. Nov 22 at 11 at offices of Griffith, Kirkham, Josiah, Hanley, Stafford, Fruiterer. Nov 19 at 11 at offices of Ashmall, Lad lane, Newcastle-unde-Lyme Albion st, Hanley

Thomas, Richard, West Cornforth, Durham, Grocer. Nov 21 at 11 at offices of Cham. Kirtley, Alfred, Gateshead, Durham, Innkeeper. Nov 26 at 12 at offices of Dix, Welling. bers, Sadler st, Durham ton chambers, Gateshead

Todd, 'William, Úlverston, Lancaster, Builder. Nov 22 at 11 at the Temperance Hall, Lamprell, Henry, New North rd, Hoxton, Grocer. Nov 16 at 3 at offices of Kingdon, Ulverston. Poole, Ulverston Lawrence lane, Cheapside

Townsend, Henry, Regency st, Westminister, Cab Proprietor. Nov 22 at 2 at offices of Lando, Louis, Stockton-on-Tees, Glazier. Nov 18 at 11 at offices of Draper, Finkle st,

Keane and Storey, Lincoln's inn fields
Stockton-on-Tees
Latimer, John, Hanslope, Buckingham, Farmer. Nov 18 at 11 at offices of Andrews,

Tuck, William George, Winton, near Bournemouth, Southampton, Blacksmith, Noy

24 at 3.15 at the Royal Bath Hotel, Bournemouth, Sharp, Christchurch Market sg, Northampton

Varcoe, John, Stephenson-by-Saltash, Cornwall, Market Gardener, Nov 11 at 12 at Leyland, Thomas, Boothstown, Worsley, Lancaster, Grocer. Nov 21 at 11 at offices of

offices of Square and Co, Bank of England chambers, Plymouth Whitt, King st. Manchester. Smith and Sykes, Manchester

Walker, Jabez, Riekmansworth, Hertford, Grocer. Nov 23 at 12 at the Guildhall Lincoln, Robert, Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk, Builder. Nov 21 at 12 at offices of Chittock

Tavern, Gresham st. Rowell, Rickmansworth and Woods, Bank st, Norwich

Ward, Samuel, Swansea, Cabinet Maker. Nov 16 at 11 at offices of Hartland and Co, Martin, Horace, Maidstone, Grocer. Nov 21 at 12 at 6, Arthur st, East. Monckton and

Rutland st, Swansea Co, Maidstone

Ward, John, Sheffield, Corn Dealer. Nov 23 at 12 at offices of Mercer and Alderson, Massey, William, Hurdsfield, Macclesfield, Wheelwright. Nov 23 at 3 at offices of

Bank st, Sheffield
Barclay and Henstock, Exchange chambers, Macclesfield
McEvoy, Peter, Liverpool, Contractor. Nov 24 at 3 at ofices of Gibson and Bolland,

Warner, John, Leicester, Painter. Noy 21 at 12 at offices of Hunter and Curtis, Halford South John st, Liverpeol, Whitley and Co, Liverpool

st, Leicester Miller, Thomas, Sunderland, Gun Maker. Nov 21 at 11 at offices of Crow, jun, West

Weeks, Hiram, Cardiff, Glamorgan, Milliner. Nov 23 at 12 at the Grand Hotel, Broad Sunniside, Sunderland

st, Bristol, Merrils and Son, Cardiff Milne, Margaret Sim, Ilkley, York, Schoolmistress. Nov 21 at 2 at the Law Institution,

White, Henry Hugh, Barrow-in-Furness, Grocer. Nov 21 at 11 at King's Arms Hotel, Albion st, Leeds. Fawcett, Otley

Dalton rd, Barrow-in-Furness. Sims, Barrow-in-Furness Moir, Alexander Mitchell, Lancaster rd, Belsize Park, Gent. Nov 30 at 3 at offlces of

Whittingham, Henry, Richmond st, Citý rd, Printer. Nov 22 at 2 at offices of RobinCreditors' Association, Arthur st, East. Churchill, Clement's inn, Strand

son, Vestry House, Christchurch passage, Newgate st Mitchell, John, Huddersfield, Oil Merchant. Nov 24 at 3 at offices of Learoyd and Co,

Williams, William, Seabright st, Bethnal Gn rd, Cowkeeper. Nov 16 at 2 at offices of Buxtou rd, Huddersfield

Parke, Warwick ct, Gray's inn Morton, John Maccabe, Liverpool, Journalist. Nov 21 at 3 at 14, Cook st, Liverpool. Wilson, Arthur, Ossett, nr Wakefield, Rag Merchant. Nov 16 at 2 at offices of Burton, Snowball and Co, Liverpool

New st, Ossett Munro. Kenneth, Lupus st, Pimlico, Cheesemonger. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Wright Wilson, James, Ossett, near Wakefield, Bookkeeper, Nov 16 at 4 at offices of Burton, and Co, Queen Victoria st

New st, Ossett Myers, Horace, Clapham Common, Gent. Nov 17 at 12 at offlces of Coe, Imperial Winder, John, Thomas Winder, and Stephen Winder, Kirkby Lonsdale, Watchmakers. buildings, Ludgate circus

Nov 23 at 2 at Royal Hotel, Kirkby Lonsdale. Gregg, Kirkby Lonsdale Newton, John, Sunderland, Tailor.}/Nov 11 at 2 fat offices of Lawson, Villiers st, Wood, William, Ashbourne, Derby, Licensed Victualler. Nov 18 at 3 at offices of Briggs, Sunderland

Amen alley, Derby Norden, Richard James, Gt Peter st, Westminster, Licensed Victualler. Nov 23 at 11 Wootten, Frederick John, Richmond, York, Hotel Keeper. Nov 19 at 11 at offices of at offices of Norman, Gt Marlborough st, Regent st

Robinson, Chancery lane, Darlington Nottingham, Robert, Dunnington, York, Farmer. Nov 18 at 3 at Law Society's Hall, Wyatt, William, Bagpath, Gloucester, Cowkeeper. Nov 17 at 12 at offices of Kearsey Bowlalley lane, Kingston-upon-Hull. La verack, Hull

and Parsons, Russell st, Strand Parkes, Isaiah, Brierley Hill. Stafford, Licensed Victualler. Nov 15 at 3-30 at offices of

Addison, High st, Brierley Hill
Paul, Thomas, Shepton Beauchamp, Somerset, Carpenter. Nov 23 at 11 at offices of
Paull, Court Barton, Ilminster

CONTENTS.
Payne, Charles Henry, Kettering, Northampton, Architect. Nov 23 at 12 at offices of

Rawlings and Son, Market st, Kettering
Pearce, Henry George, Mile End rd, Licensed Victualler. Nov 18 at 3 at Mason's Hall CURRENT TOPICS .................... 17 Forrestier v. Buddicombe ..........
Tavern, Basinghall st. Ricketts

IMPLICATION OF CONTRACT THAT GOODS

Re Fisher's Trusts Phelp, William Aubrey, Southwark st, Commission Agent. Nov 21 at 3 at oflices of SOLD SHALL BE OF THE VENDOR'S

Cox y. James ..... Finch, Borough High st. Southwark

OWN MANUFACTURE....

In re Bonner (deceased); Tucker v. Pierce, Robert, Birkbeck rd, Acton, out of business. Nov 24 at 3 at offices of Emanuel THE PRACTICAL EFFECT OF THE CONand Simmons, Finsbury circus

VEYANCING ACT..

Howell v. Met. District Railway Co Piggins, Samuel, Middle st, Old Brompton, Licensed Victualler. Nov 10 at 3 at King's LEGISLATION OF THE YEAR ......

CASKS BEFORE THE BANKRUPTCY Head Hotel, High st, Rochester, Shakespear, Newgate st

REVIEWS

REGISTRAR ...... Finkney, Joséph, Hunmanby, York, Saddler. Nov 18 at 3 at Abbot's North-Eastern CORRESPONDENCE ......

SOCIETIES....... Hotel, York. Appleyard, Scarborough

CASES OF THE WEEK

LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL... Redney, John Fodon, Sheffield, Cutlery Manufacturer. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Web Emden v. Carte.

OBITUARY.... ster and Styring, Hartshead, Sheffield

Coltman v. Coltman

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS .......... Rigby, William Halsall, Erdington, Warwick, Commercial Traveller. Nov 16 at 12 at Schjott v. Schjott ............

COMPANIES ...... offices of Francis, Moor st, Birmingham

Stevens v. Morson ......

NEW ORDERS ... Robinson, Thomas,'Kirklington, Nottingram, Licensed Victualler. Dec 2 at 2.30 at Warner v. Mosses................

COURT PAPERS ..... Midland Hotel, Mansfield. Pratt and Hodgkinsons, Newark

In re The Cape Breton Company 25 LONDON GAZETTES, &
Rose, Frederick, Bedford, Fishmonger. Nov 21 at 12 at offices of Conquest and Clare,

Earl De La Warr v Miles ...
Duke st, Bedford
Rowles, Richard, Runcorn, Chester, Licensed Victu aller. Nov 23 at 3 at Bank chmbrs,

High st, Runcorn. Linaker, Runcorn
Rorse, Frederick, Manchester, Hat Manufacturer. Nov 29 at 3 at offices of Hankinson,

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V Author of a “ Complete Guide to Stephen's Com. The Faculty pronounce it “the most nutritious, perA PURE, EPARKLING, PEFRESHING BEVE

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particulars on application to 35, Southampton-buildings, Being without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it suits

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[N.B.-Two of the six prizemen at the June Honors the strength of cocoas THICKENED yet WEAKENED with

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up for the Final this year 62 passed at their first atMade instantaneously with boiling water, a teaspoonful

PACKHAM & CO. (LIMITED), CROYDON. tempt, 17 taking Honours.] to a Breakfast Cup, costing less than a halfpenny.

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EDE AND SON,

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ESTABLISHED 1889.

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