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chase should be set aside ought to be determined in a previous independent proceeding. The suggested inquiry would be entirely contrary to the practice

SOCIETIES. of tbe court and would be rery inconvenient. The action was accordingly dismiesed, but without prejudice 10 any action which might be brought by the trustees of the settlement, either alone or in conjunction with any other

SOLICITORS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. person, to impeach the transaction.-SOLICITORS, H. Windybank; Robinson, The usual monthly meeting of the board of directors of this association Preston, f Slow ; J. H. Child.

was held on the 12th inst, at the Law Institution, Chancery.lane,

London, Mr. P. Rickman in the chair, the other directors present being TRADE-MARKS REGISTRATION ACT, 1875, s. 6-TRADE-MARKS RULES, RR.

| Messrs. Asker (Norwich), Hedger, Mellersh (Godalming), Pennington, 17, 19-NEW MARK-LIMITED REGISTRATION.-In the case of Re F. Braby

Roscoe, Styan, and Veley (Chelmsford), Mr. Eiffe, secretary. A sum of

£145 was distributed in grants of assistance ; thirty-two new members & Co's Applications and Re The Shropshire Iron Company's Trade-marks,

admitted to the ageociation ; Mr. Samuel Harris, of Leicester, and Mr. before North, J., sittiog for Chitty, J., on the 21st inst., an application

Henry William Cobb, of Salisbury, elected directors; and other general was made under the Trade-Marks Registration Acts, by a firm of gal. |

business transacted. vanized iron merchants, for the registration of a trade-mark in respect of galvanized iron sheeting, the principal features of which mark consisted of a figure of the sun and the words “Sun Brand," It appeared that the applicants had been in the habit, for several years past, of selling sheeting under the mark sought to be registered, but the registration

LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL. was now opposed by the Shropshire Iron Company, who had long since been the registered proprietors of a similar mark in respect of galvanized wire, and the grounds of objection were, that the respondents were

COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION entitled to use the mark already registered for any goods of the class in

EASTER EXAMINATION, 1882. which the galvanized wire had been registered, comprising, amongst such GENERAL EXAMINATION of Students of the Iong of Court, held at Lincoln's. goods, galvanized iron sheeting, and also that the similarity of the design

inn Hall, on the 28th, 29tb, 30th, and 31st of March, 1882. was a colourable imitation of the respondents' trade-mark. The respond. ents stated that they had only recently heard of the user alleged by the

The Council of Legal Education bave awarded to the following students applicante. NORTH, J., held that a new mark might be registered for

certificates that they have satisfactorily passed a public examination:- Ernest some of the goods in a clags, even though & similar old mark may have

Henry Ainslie, Alfred Back, George Stayplton Barnes, Lewis Beard, William been already registered for other goods in the same class, provided that

James Bell, Cbarles Thomas Beresford. Hope, Robert Wallaca Glen L98 the goods and the trades of the proprietors were sufficiently distinct for no

Braddell, James Henry Tecbudi Broadwood, Petrus Burgers, John Selwin confusion to take place. That no confusion in the present instance had

Calverlos, Richard Christian, Charles Henry Fehler Christie, Lewis Henry taken place was shown by the fact that the respondents had been igno.

Hugh Clifford, John Courroux, Joseph Yelverton Dawbarn, Francis Damesnil rant of the sale for several years by the applicants of artioles under this

Dawson, Elwin Arthur Dillon, Frederick William Dillon, Jobn Draper, John particular mark. His lordship therefore ordered the mark to be admitted

Duocuft, Henry Miles Finch, Arthur James Foord, Arthur Fanshawe Fox, to registration.-SOLICITORS, H, Kimber d Co.; Hare Co.; Fowler &

Jobo Fraderick Gibson, George Crosby Gilmore, George Francis Gregory, Parks.

Robert Darley Guinness, Gavin Francis Hamilion, Sidney Barrington Robson
Hawkins, Frederio William Heather, Francis John Hext, Miller Hooper,

Collingwood Hope, Robert Malcolm Napier Kerr, Henry George Lefroy, John RE-INVESTMENT-PERMANENT INPROVEMENTS AND REPAIRS - LANDS William Lodge, Heman William Loehois, Alfred Owen Lyon, George Jobson CLAUSES CONSOLIDATION ACT, 8. 69.-la the case of Re Aldred's Estate, Marples, Robert Marshall Middleton, Thomas Moore, James Mason Mulgan, before North J., sitting for Obitty, J., on the 22nd inst.. a petition was pre- Charles Francis Miller Mundy, William Charles Niblott, Glencairn Stuart gented for re-investment of a sum of £160 paid into court under the provi. Ogilvie, George Marcus Parker, Leonard Marlborough Powell, Thomas George sions of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act. The petitioners' were the Wood Reavely, Charles Artbur Reeve, Shirley Harris Salt, William Philip sole trastes of the will of J. Aldred, deceased, and a costui que trust taking a Schreiner, Thomas Vincent Scully, John Sanders Slater, Frederick Ernest life interest in two-thirds of the testator's estate. Part of the trust estate | Slee, William Arnold Statham, Allan Gibson Steel, Martinus Theunis Steyn, consisted of a lease of a house at Camberwell, of which ten years were un

James Henry Stock, Charles Giesler Thomas, John Mytton Thornycroft, expired. This house had been taken by the Metropolitan Board of Works | Harold Ward Topham, Edmund R1199 borough Turton, Henry Pigot Ireland under tbe Metropolitan Streets Improvement Act. 1877. with wbich is Warburton, Robert Stuart Aucher Warner, Frederick Samuel White-White, incorporated the Lands Olauses Consolidation Aot,' and the above sum of and Robert Blake Yardley, of the Inner Temple ; Edmund Nicholas Alpe, £160 was paid into court to the credit of the trust estate. The petitioners Charles Halman Beard, William Evans Bottrill, Demosthenes Gregory Cuppa, prased that a part of the £160. amounting to £50. might be expended in | Thomas Drever, Jobn Dyer, William Codgbrooke Gillies. Randolph Orme repairing & copyhold messuage comprised in the testator's trust estate.

Gilmore, Henry Nowell Harvey, John Henry Elstob Hunton, Robert Donald NORTH, J., after doubting whether he had jurisdiction to make the order

Douglas McLean, William Bernard Megone, Wil'iam Mitchell, Stevenson prayed for, referred 10 In re Leigh's Estate (L. R. 6 Cb. 887), and being of Stewart Moore, Jonathan Oakeslott, Robert Emle Partridge, Henry Elwin opinion that the present application caine within that case, ultimately made Poirs, Thomas Arthur Jones Stradlyn Morgan Phillips, Cyril Henry the order. -Solicitoks, Edmund Chalk ; Solioilors to the Metropolitan Board

| Prichard, Martin Luther Rouse, Sherwin Scudamore, Valentine John Hussey of Works,

Walsh, Alfred Edmund Wigan, and Thomas Walter Williams, of the Middle

Temple; Francis Robert Anderton, John Labouchere Beattie, John Dathie,

| William Bates Ferguson, Arthur Fraser, James William Greig. George INJONCTION-NOVELTY OF DESIGN-COPYRIGHT AMENDMENT Act (6 & 7 Peterson Francis Keogh, Lees Knowles, Paul Ogden Lawrence, Basil George Vict. c. 65), s. 2.-In the case of Morris v. Reece, before Nortb, J., sitting Nevidson, George Henry Norris, and Charles Henry Sargant, of Lincoln's. for Chitty, J., on the 25th inst., & motion was made for an idjonotion ion ; and Arthur William A'Beckett, of Gray's-inn, Esqe. restraioing the defendant from making or selling any tubes or holders for The following students passed a satisfactory examination in Roman law :cigarettes made in infringement or in colourable imitation of the plaintiffs'

| Edmund Broughton Barnard, Henry Ferryman Bowles, Henry Fetherstone design for similar articles. It appeared that the plaintiffs olaimed to have Chance, Thomas Elger Cundy, John Williams Ouoliffe, Joseph Denhaminvented a bolder for wbat are known ag compressed cigarettes, and the | Smith, Edward Thomas Holden Devas, Patrick Robertson Don, Percy Francis novelty of the holder consisted in having the orifice shaped into an oblong Du Croz, William Seymour Eastwood, Gervas Selwya Eyre, John Evelyn form so as to fit the flattened shape of tbese partioalar oigarettes. This

| Gladstone, Gavin Fullarton James, Jobn Alexander Dixie Mackey, Edgar design bad been registered under tbe Copyright Amendment Act (6 & 7 | Robert Moline, William Robert Moore, George Ebenezer Morrison, Charles Viot. c. 65). The defendart had brought out a similar holder, but with

| Kensit Norman, Frederick William Payne, Robert Henry Pritchard, John the interior or the orifice flated. The question raised was whether the

Ross, James Shapland Sargeaunt, John George Smith, Cecil Blair Sparrow, plaintiffs' design was a novel and usefal one capable of registration under

dion nnder Arthur Dudley Stallard, Ernest Stanbury, Robert Temperley, Henry Lacroix the Act, or whetber its simplioity was fatal. His lordship intimated that his

hat his Temple, Samuel Howard Wbitbread, John Barker Wilkin, and John Edward opinion was adversa to the claim of the plaintiffe, bat ordered the motion to

Ivor" Yale, of the Inner Temple; Butler Cole Aspinall, William George ataud until the hearing upon the defendant's undertaking to keep an

Atkinson, William Henry Bagot, Charles Sidney Brandon, Adrian Charles account.-SOLICITORS, Mac Arthur, Son, g Beokford; Joel Emanuel.

Chamier, Peter Alexander D'Rozario, Lowrenco Edye, Arthur Edward Hill
Hutton, Octave Camille Henri Laurent, Edgar Meynell, Alfred Cyril Morasso,
Edward Steward Reynolds, Thomas Berry Cusac Smith, and Henry Terrell, of
the Middle Temple; Robert Bruce Burnside, Arthur Alexander Ciapersz, Henry
Weston Devenish, John Eccles, Frank Campbell Gates, Arthur Perceval

Keep, Henry Fricker Lawes, Kennard Golborne Metcalfe, John Adam Milne, Mr. Edward Swain, of 38, Old Jewry, solicitor, writes to say that he is not Francis Charles Montagne, Christopher Hird Morgan, George Hayes Paice, the same person as, or connected with, the Mr. Swaine, solicitor, referred to Thomas Swift, Charles Willoughby Williams, and Herbert Reynold Williams, in the report of the case of Warren v. Swaine.

of Lincoln's-inn, Esqs. Kemp's Mercantile Gazelle states that the number of bills of sale published in England and Wales for the week ending April 22 was 829. The number

LAW STUDENTS' DEBATING SOCIETY. in the corresponding week of last year was 809, showing an increase of 20, April 4.-The whole of the evening was occupied in discussing business of being a pett increase in 1882, to date, of 26. The number published in Ire. the society. The secretary, in his report for the second quarter of the ses. land for the same week was 47. The number in the corresponding week of sion, mentioned that the society had held twelve meetings. Fifteen new last year was 8, showing an increa e of 39, being 4 nett decrease in 1882, to members had been elected, and four members had resigned. The total date, of 116.

number of members on the rolls was 272. The average attendance at the meetings had been thirty. The average length of meetings, two hours and twenty minutes. Messre. T. B. Napier and H. Mossop were elected members

OBITUARY. of the committee, in the place of Messrs. F. J. Green, resigned, and W. A. Bilney, appoioted to the office of reporter. Thiits-fi79 members were present.

MR. JOHN ROBERT WRIGHT. April 18.-The society discussed the question, “Is the Government pro.

Mr. John Robert Wright, barrister, was killed at Clayton Hill, Sogsex, on posal for the closure of debate satisfactory ?" Mr. Goody opepel the debate the 5th inst. The deceased was spending the Easter Vacation at a house in the affirmative, and was supported by Messrs. Hurst, Bartlett, J. Van which he rented in the neighbourhood, and was driving bis wife and some of Sommer, and Hick; while Messrs. C. E. Barry, Stereoson, Vanderpump,

his family in an open carriage, wben the horse was frightened by a passing Iulton, and Pope, spoke in favour of tbe pegative. Mr. Goody having

vebicle, and ran away. Mr. Wright was ibrown out, his skull was fractured, replied, the question was, on a division, negatived by a majority of three and he died almost immediately. He was the only surviving son of the late votes.

Mr. Frederick Wright, of Eridge-house, Fulham. He was born in 1843, and

UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.

was for a short time on the Norfolk Circuit, but he afterwards joined the

Home Circuit, and for several years be had a considerable criminal business At a meeting beld at the Law Institution on March 27, Mr. F. 0. Edlin

at the Surrey Sessions. Mr. Wright's death bag caused a deep feeling of in the chair, the following question was opened in the affirmative by Mr. Par.

sorrow among all bis professional friends, as he was a man of most lively und sons :-"Can a cheque for a smaller amount be a full legal satisfaction for a

genial manners, and kindly and liberal disposition. He leaves a widow and debt of larger amount ? " The opener was supported by Messrs. Colyer, Lomas,

four young children. and Cook. The negative view of the question was taken by Mr. Trotter. The opener then replied, and the question was decided in the affirmative by a majority of four votes.

MR. WILLIAM BURR. At the usual weekly meeting held at Clement's-inn Hall, on Wednesday, Mr. William Barr, solicitor (of the firm of Weatherhead & Barr), of March 29, Mr. Kaips-Jackson in the chair, Mr. H. Richardson moved :

Keighley and Biogley, died about three weeks ago. Mr. Barr was admitted a " That divorce ought to be granted to women upon the same grounds as to solicitor in 1843, and had practised for nearly forty years at Keighley, having men," and was supported by Messrs. Paton abd Elliott. The motion was been for some time in partnership with Mr. Samuel Weatherhead and Mr. opposed by Messrs. Le Breton and Rundle Levey. An independent position George Burr, the firm having a branch office at Bingley. Mr. Burr had a was taken by Messrs. Dawbarn and Tillotson. The chairman then summed very extensive private practice. He was a commissioner for taking affidavits up, declaring his own intention of not voting on the motion, and inviting in ihe Supreme Court of the colony of Victoria, and he was clerk (jointly with those members who were opposed to divorce altogether to take the same Mr. Weatherhead) to the county magistrates at Keighley. His firm were also course. On the motion being put to the meeting it was declared carried by law clerks to the Keighley Local Board. His death has caused general regret a majority of one. Two members did not vote.

in the district. The Keighley Local Board have passed a resolution expressing At a meeting held at Clements-inn Hall on Wednesday, April 12, Mr. C. the regret of the members at Mr. Burr's death, and their sense of the value of Kaing-Jackson in the chair, Mr. Beaumont Morice moved, “That the Vivi- his servicos as legal adviser to the board. section Act, 39 & 40 Vict. o. 71, should be repealed." The opener was opposed by Messrs. Spence, Williams, Cooke, and Bartrum. Mr. Beaumont Morice having replied, the chairman summed up, and the motion, on beiog

MR. GEORGE SLADE BUTLER, F.S.A. put to the meeting, was lost by three votes.

Mr. George Slade Butler, solicitor, of Rye, died on the 11th inst. Mr. Butler was the son of M:. Richard Weldon Butler, surgeon, of Rye. He was

admitted a solicitor in 1843, and had for many years practised at Rye. H: BIRMINGHAM LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.

bad a very extensive private practice, and had held several public appoint. A meeting of the above society was held on Taesday evening, April 25,

ments. He was a perpetual commissioner for the counties of Kent and in the Law Library, Bennetl's-bill. Edward Bickley, Esq., occupied the

Sussex, and he was town clerk of Rye from 1875 till 1881, when failing health chair. The subject for the evening's debate was :-“If in the written

| caused him to resign the appointment. He acted for several years as chair. aoceptance of an offer reference is made to a fatore formal contract, ought

man of the Rye Harbour Commissioners, and he was at the time of his dea:h the acceptance to te opbeld as a binding contract ?" Many of the most

clerk and solicitor to that body. He was also clerk of the peace for Rse, important cases on the point were argoed opon and criticised daring the

registrar of the Rye County Court (Circuit No. 50), and clerk to the Rye debate. The speakers on the affirmative were-Messrs. Streetly, Browett,

Scbool Board. Mr. Butler bad obtained some local fame as an antiquarian,

and he was a member of the Sussex Archæological Society, and a fellow of E. C. Rogers, and Ryland ; and in tbe negative, Messrs. Coobrane, Travie, and Lynex. The obairman bummed up, and put the question to the meeting,

the Society of Antiquaries. Although his health bad long been failing, his

| death was rather sudden. wben it was decided by the majority in favour of the affirmative. A hoarty voto of thanks to the chairman oopoluded the proceedings.

MANCHESTER LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY,

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS. The twelfth meeting of the session of this society was beld on Tuesday evening, April 18, at the Law Library, Cross-street, the chair being taken by Mr. WILLIAM JOHN GILKS, solicitor (of the firm of Morgan & Gilks), of 7. E. Robinson Walker, Esq., solicitor. A lecture was delivered by C. H. M. Furnival's-inn, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Wharton, Esq., barrister-at-law, on “Stoppage in Transilu," who gave a Supreme Court of Judicature. history of the subject and the law relatiog thereto. The lecture was after

Mr. JOSEPH LAZONBY, solicitor, of Wigton, has been appointed a Com. wards discussed by Messrs. Peacock and Casper, and the lectorer replied. Votes of thanks to the lecturer and chairman closed the proceedings. Mem.

missioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature. bers present, twenty-five.

Mr. EUGENE CARDER, solicitor, of Dover, has been elected Clerk to the
Dover Board of Guardians, Assessment Committee, and Rural Sanitary

Authority. Mr. Carder was admitted a solicitor in 1870.
GRAY'S INN MOOT SOCIETY,

Mr. Ruggell Louis RICCARD, solicitor, of Southmolton, has been appointed At a meeting of this society, held at Gray's-inn Hall, on Monday, April 24, Clerk to the Bishops Nympton School Board. Mr. Riccard was admitted a under the presidency of Mr. Serjeant Polling, the following common law solicitor in 1867. He is town clerk and clerk of the peace for the borough

jeweller, goods for approval and purchase or return; amongst others, a diamond tendent registrar. necklace, which bad six months before been stolen from C., who, on seeing the

Sir CHARLES SARGENT, knight, senior puisne judge of the High Court of Jud'. necklace at A.'s house, claims the same and takes possession of it and refuses

cature at Bombay, has been appointed Chief Justice of the Bombay Presidency, to give it up. The thief had not been found and, therefore, had not been pro.

in succession to Sir Michael Robert Westropp, resigoed. The new Chief Justice secuted. B., who had no guilty knowledge of the slealing, purchased the

was born in 1821, and he was formerly fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, necklace from a diamond dealer in Paris. Can B. recover the necklace and

where he graduated as fisth wrangler in 1843. He was called to the bar at damages from A. for its detention ?" B.'s right to recover was upbeld by Mr.

Lincoln's-inn in Michaelmas Term, 1848, and he was for several years a judge T. d'Eyncourt, J. T. Banister, and Mr. Crooke, M.T. A.'s right to have

of the Supreme Court of the Ionian Islands. He received the honour of verdict entered for him on C.'s title was supported by Mr. Beard, M.T., and Mr.

knighthood ia 1860. Dyer, M.T. Mr. Serjeant Pulling having expresed his own and the benchers' present bigh opinion of the ability displayed by the speakers, reviewed the facts

Mr. FREDERICK WHITTAKER, Attorney-General of New Zaland, has been as admitted, and declared that C.'s title to goods had not been lost, ani gave appointed Prime Minister for that colony. judgment for defendant. The debate closed by a cordial vote of thanks to Mr. Joux Scott, barrister, succeeds Sir Charles Sargent as a Judge of the Mr. Serjeant Pulling, on the motion of Mr. Wheelhouse, Q.C., seconded by | High Court of Judicature at Bombay. Mr. Justice Scott was born in 1840. Mr. Fooks, Q.C. The next moot will be held on Thursday, May 4, under the He was educated at Pembroke College, Oxford, where he graduated B.A. in presidency of Mr. William Barber, Q.C.

1863. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Michaelmas Term, 1865, and he formerly practised for several y-ars on the Northern Circuit He has been vice-president of the International Court of Appeal in Egypt since

1879. The St. James's Gazette says it is rumoured that an additional judge will Mr. WALTER MASKELL, solicitor (of the firm of Spencer, Gibson, & Maskell) shortly be appointed to clear off arrears in the Chancery Division.

of 7, Great Janes-street, Bedford-row, London, has been elected Clerk to the

Governors and Directors of St. Andrews, Holborn above the Bars, and St.
George the Martyr, Middlesex, in the place of Mr. S. W. Hopwood, resigned.

CREDITORS' CLAIMS.
Mr. John FREEMAN NORRIS, Q.C., has been appointed a Judge of the
High Court of Judicature at Calcutta, in succession to Mr. Justice Pontifex.
Mr. Justice Norris is the son of the Ven. John Pilkington Norris, Archdeacon

CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY. And Canon of Bristol. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in

LAST DAY OF PROOF. Michaelmas Term, 1865, and he is a member of the Western Circuit. He formerly practised locally at Bristol, and he became a Queen's Counsel in

TURNER, THOMAS VINCENT, Cottingham, York. May 8. Boynton v Tidy, Bacon, V.C.

Abbott, New inn, Strand January last. Mr. Norris was an urguccessful candidate, in the Liberal

[Gazetto, April 14.) ioterest, for Wilton in 1877, and for Porismouth in 1880.

BASKIN, ROBERT CAMPBELL, Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland. May 23. Baskin v Bas.

kin, Hall, V.C. Preston, Kirkby Stephen DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.

CAMERON, GEORGE POULETT, Cheltenham, Retired Liet.-Col. May 15. Rowcliffe v

Cameron, Hall, V.C. Rawle, Bedford row OLIVER BRYANT and JERROLD JOSEPH, solicitors, 25, Philpot-lane, in the COCKCROFT, JOIN, Leeds, Greengrocer. May 15. Broadbent v Groves, Hall, V.C. City of London (Bryant & Josepb). December 31, 1881.

Hopps, Leeds

[Gazette, April 18.] [Gazette, April 25, 1882.]

COMPANIES.

CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35.

LAST DAY OF CLAIM.
AINSWORTT, WILLIAM HARRISON, Reigate, Surrey, Esq. June 1. Hinde and Co, Man.

chester

BARTON, Thomas, Deptford, Builder. April 20. Sandom and Co, Gracechurch st WINDING-UP NOTICES.

BeeDLE, JOSEPH, Leeds, Chomist. June 20. Malcolm, Leeds

BENSON, HANNA MARIA, High st, Southwark. May 1. Diggles, Hibernia chmbrs JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

BITARAY, THOMAS, Westbury rd, Harrow rd. May 10. Baker and Co, Lincoln's inn

fields LIMITED IN CHANCERY.

BRANCKER, JAMES ASPINALL, Liverpool, Gent. May 5. Field and Weightman, Liver. DIAMOND MINING CORPORATION OF LONDON AND SOUTH AFRICA, LIMITED.-Creditors pool

are required, on or before May 15, to send their names and addresses and the par. BÚLKELEY, THOMAS JAMES WILLIAMS, Beaumaris, Anglesey, Lieutenant-Colonel 10th ticulars of their debts or claims, to John Henry Tilley, 37, Queen Victoria st. Juno Hussars. May 18. Bloxams and Ellison, Lincoln's inn fields 15 at 1 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

CHORLTON, SARAH, Heaton Norris, Lancaster. May 9. Partington and Allen, Man. KEIGHLEY HERALD NEWSPAPER COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, pro chester

sented April 20, directed to be heard before Chitty, J, on April 29. Sharpe and Co, CROOKES, WILLIAM HENRY, Sunderland, Shipowner. May 19. Ritson, Sunderland New ct, Carey st, agents for Weatherhead and Burr, Keighley, solicitors for the EDMINSON, GEORGE, Newcastle upon Tyne, Retired Merchant. June 1. Brewis and Co, petitioner

Newcastle upon Tyne GERMAN DATE COFFER COMPANY, LIMITED.-Chitty, J., has by an order dated March 16 EsTALL, MARY, Leadenhall st. April 22. Harris, Tichborne st, Edgware rd appointed Horace Woodburn Kirby, 4, Coleman st, to be official liquidator

HENRY, JAMES, Stanhope gdns, South Kensington, Esq. May 20. Burt, Leadenhall st GREAT SOUTHERN MYSORE GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.--Chitty, J.. has fixed HOUGHTON, Thomas, Southport, Gent. May 30. Winder, Preston, May 1 at 12 at his chambers for the appointment of an official liquidator

Johnsox, HERBERT CLAYTON, Chesterfield, Derby, Horse Dealer. May 25. Bunting, INDUSTRIAL BANK, LIMITED,-Creditors are required, on or before May 5, to send their Chesterfield names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to James Cooper, LANE, JOAN, Leicester, Bookseller. May 9. Wright, Leicester Coleman st bldgs, Moorgate st. May 19 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudi. NUTTER, ROBERT, Burnley, Contractor. May 10. Artindale and Artindale, Burnley cating upon the debts and claims

OWSTON, ROBERT HENRY, Lincoln, Gent. May 16. Toynbee and Co, Lincoln NILGHERRY AND SOUTH INDIAN GOLD MINING SYNDICATE, LIMITED.-Creditors are PEARSON. WILLIAM, Haughton le Skerne, Durham, Miller, May 8. Hutchinson and

required, on or before May 6, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars Lucas, Darlington,
of their debts or claims, to Edward Llewellyn Ernest, 4, Queen st pl. May 19 at 12 is ROLFE, JAMES, Lydd, Kent, Grazier. May 1. Stringer, New Rompey
appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

SEARLE, ELIZA Axx, Church st, Camberwell. May 19. Baker and Nairne, Crosby sa WHITEHAVEN IRON MINES, LIMITED.-Bacon, V.C., has fixed May 1 at 12.30 at his SHAW, JOSEPH, Kingston upon Hull, Gent. May 15. Thompson and Co. Hull chambers for the appointment of an official liquidator

SKINNER, JOIN EDGCUMBE, Hollydale rd, Peckham, Retired Paymaster, R.N. May 8. [Gazette, April 21.] Straker, Green lanes, Finsbury park

SMITI, ANNE, Worsley, Lancaster. May 1. Weston and Co, Manchester ANGLO-VIRGINIAN FREEHOLD LAND COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, STORBY, JAMES, Sheffield, Tailor. May 1. Spyer and Son, Old Broad st

presented April 21, directed to be heard before Hall, v.c., on May 5. Parton, Rood SYMONS, CHRISTOPHER JELLINGER, Barrington rd, Brixton, Lieut.-Col. Aug 1. Travers lane, Fenchurch st, solicitor for the petitioner

and Co, Throgmorton st LEGAL, MEDICAL, AND GENERAL STORES, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented

TARTT, WILLIAM MACDOWAL, Cheltenham, Esq. June 3. Griffiths, Cheltenham April 22, directed to be heard before Hall, V.C., on May 5. Wood, Theobald's rd, UNDERHILL, Henry, Wolverhampton, Solicitor, June 1. Underhill and Lawrence, solicitor for the petitioners

Wolverhampton
QUARTZ HILL CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding

WHITFIELD, MARY, Ashford, Kent. May 1. Stringer, New Romney
April 22, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on May 6, Venning

Gazette, April 7.7 and Co, Gresham House, Old Broad st, solicitors for the petitioner SEVEEN VALLEY COLLIERY COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented

BILLINGHAM, WILLIAM, York st, Baker st. May 10. Clarkson and Co, Doctors' April 24, directed to be heard before Hall, V.C., on May 5. Rogers and Chave, commons Queen Victoria st, agents for Williams and Co, Newport, solicitors for the petitioners

DEARDEN, JOSEPH, Bury, Lancaster, Grocer, May 6. Grundy, Bury UNIVERSAL STEAM TRAM CAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED,--Petition for winding

LIGHTBOUND, JOHN WARING, Liverpool, Baker. May 13. Bellringer and Cunliffe, up, presented April 22, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on May 6. Bolton and

Liverpool Co, Temple gardens, solicitors for the petitioner

LINDSEY, HENRY, Burton st, Burton crescent, Gent. May 10, Dale, Furnival's inn
[Gazette, April 25.] LONGBOTHAM, JONATHAN, Darlington, Durham, Gent. May 13. Dunn and Watson,

Darlington
COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER.

PARKIN, LUCY, Louth, Lincoln. May 23. Allisons and Allison, Louth
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
TAYLOR, SAMUEL, Prescot, Lancaster, Esq. May 15. Taylor and Co, Manchester

[Gazette, April 11.] RHYL GARDENS, LAKE, AND LAND COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Bristowe, V.C., dated April 17, it was ordered that the company be wound up. March, Roch

BAKER, JULIA Ann, Birmingham. Aug 31. Coleman and Co, Birmingham dale, solicitor for the petitioner

(Gazetto, April 25.]

BLACKIE, ALEXANDER, Nelson st, Camberwell, Coal Merchant. May 31. Williamson

and Co, Sherborne lane, King William st FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED.

Brown, WILLIAM JAUES, Neal St, Long Acre, Oil and Colourman. May 13. Meynell,

Castle st, Holborn Exocu FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Mr Cavo's Temperance Hotel, George and Dragon yard, CLERKE, Sir WILLIAM Henry, Mertyn, Flint, Bart. May 21. Tathams and Procter, Briggate, Leeds. April 17

Lincoln's inn fields FRIENDLY SISTERS SOCIETY, Yspytty Ifar, Denbigh. April 17

ELEY, WILLIAM THOMAS, Adelaide rd, South Hampstead, Esq. May 21. White, Bedford SHEFFIELD INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FRÉB GARDENERS' SOCIETY, Brown Cow Inn, row Bridge houses, Sheffield, April 17

ESTRIDGE, ARETAS WILLIAM, Trowbridge, Wilts, Civil Engineer. June 10. Jones, [Gazette, April 21.] Trowbridge

FINCH, Hon DANIEL GREVILLE, Bury st, St James's. May 31. Bennett and Co, New KNIGHTS OF MALTA FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Prince of Orange, Shelf, York. April 21

s, Lincoln's inn VICTORIA LODGE OF THE FEMALE GRAND PROTESTANT CONFEDERATION, Boar's Head Inn,

GETLIFFE, CHARLES, Piccadilly, Steward to the Baroness Rothschild. May 14. Wilkins, Newchurch, Lancaster. April 20

Cannon st
[Gazette, April 25.)

GLYN, EMMA ALICE, Sutton Montis, Somerset. June 1. Grant, Kennington cross
Hills, JAXES, Brixton, Isle of Wight, Retired Farmer. May 31, Eldridge, Newport
HOLMES, RICHARD, Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, out of business. June 15. Coleman and

Co, Birmingham
HOPKINS, MARTHA, Henley in Arden. June 5. Coleman and Co, Birmingham

HOPKINS, WILLIAM FREEMAX, Henley in Arden, Warwick, Chemist. June 5. Coleman At the Stock and Share Auction Company's sale held on Friday last, the 21st and Co, Birmingham inst.. the followidg were amongst the prices obtained :-Marbella Iron Ore £10 | JOINSON, CHARLES WALTER, Walthamstow, Essex. May 11. Russell, Coleman st hares, 616; Globe Steamship sbares, £60; Civil Service and General Stora 61 |

LEVY, LEWIS (otherwise Louis), Martlett's ct, Bow st, Carman and Fruit Salesman.

May 18. Button and Co, Henrietta st, Covent Garden shares, fully paid, 178. 6d.; Dieu Donne Gold £1 shares, 1s. 93. ; Lion Life Insur. LISTER, Joux, Birstal, York, Retired Worsted Spinner. June 30. Thompson, Bradford ance £10 shares, £2 paid, 208. ; Norway Copper Mines £1 sbares, 129, 6d. paid, PALMER, JOSEPH BREVITT, Handsworth, Stafford, Gent. June 1. Wright and Marshall, par; La Plata Mining and Smelting 10dol, shares, 21; and other miscel.

Birmingham

PARKIN, WILLIAM, Louth, Lincoln, Gent. May 23. Allisons and Allison, Louth laneous securities tetobed fair prices. At their sale beld on Tuesday, the lol. | ROLLAND, STEWART ERSKINE, Hythe, Southampton, Esq. May 17. Paterson and Co, lowing were amongst the prices obtained :-Nundydroog Gold Mining £1 Lincoln's inn fields sbares, 4s. 60. ; La Plata Mining and Smelting 10dol. shares. £2 2s.60.: THORNE, JOSEPT GEORGE, Brownswood rd, South Hornsey, Gent. June 1. Whites and Gold Mining Trust £1 sbares, 178. 60.; Assam Railways and Trading WILSON, GEORGE, Oldham, Lancaster, Millwright. May 29. Simpson and Hockin,

Co, Budge row, Cannon st £10 Preference shares, £5 paid, 21. ; West Prussian Mining £10 shares, Oldham

premium ; Nine Reefs Gold Mining £1 shares, 59. 61. ; Indian Trevelyan Wolpe, Tuomas BIRCI, Arkesden, Essex, Esq. May 9. Fladgate and Co, Craven st, Gold Mining £1 shares, 108.; Hoover Hill Gold Mining £1 shares, 78, 6d.;

Strand

Wyatt, EMMA MONTAGU, Tue Brook, nr Liverpool, May 1, Hill, Monmouth and other miscellaneous securities fetched fair prices.

[Gazette, Apr 14.]

LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK,

SALES OF ENSUING WEEK,
May 1.-Messte. FLETCHER & Co., at 171, Strand, Rare Etchinge, Engraving,

&c. (seo advertisement, this week, p. 4).

Muy 2.-Messre. PRICKETT, VENABLES, & Co., at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freebold
HOUSE OF LORDS.

Ground Ren'(see advertisement, April 15, p. 4).
April 20.-Bill Read a Second Time.

May 3.-Messre. FAREBROTHER, ELLIS, CLARK, & Co., at the Mart, Freehold Private Bill. -Londoo, Brighton, and South Coast Railway (Capital). and Leasehold Properties, and Roversions (see advertisement, this werk, p. 4,

and April 15, p. 4). Bill in Committee.

May 3.-Messrs. Eown Fox & BOUSFIELD, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freebold Duke of Albany (Establishment).

Property (see advertisement, April 22, p. 3).
April 21.-Royal Assent.
The Royal Assent was given by Coumission to the Duke of Albany (Estab-

• BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. lisbment) Act, and the London and St. Katharine Docks Act.

BIRTHS,
Bill Read a Third Time.

HANCOCK. - April 14, at 35, Blandford-square, N.W., Ottilie, the wife of Charles Duke of Albany (Establishment).

Hancock, barrister-at-law, of a daughter.

HEATHFIELD.-April 24, at The Poplars, St. George's-equare, Regent'e-park, New Bill.

the wife of W. H. Heatbfield, solicitor, of a son. Bill to amend the Law respectiog the Recovery of Stolen Articles (the LORD WOODHOUSE.—April 19, at 16, Brunswick-terrace, Hall, the wife of J. T. Wood. CHANCELLOR).

house, solicitor, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES.
Army Bill.
April 24.-Bills Read a Second Time.

BAKER -Hughes - April 19, at Rhodes, Lancashire, Henry Baker, of Bishop's

Stortford, Herte, solicitor, to Elizabeth Louisa, daughter of the late Rev. Freik. PRIVATE Bills.—Golden Valley Railway.

G. Hogher, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Bishop's Stortford. Army (annual).

HILL-BARNARD.-April 13, at St. George's, Hanover-square, Lionel Furneaux Bill Read a Third Time.

Hill, M.A., barrister-at-law, Temple, to 'Helen, daughter of John Barba-d, Private Bill — Carnarvon (Morsa Seiont Common),

The Hollies, Epsom.

LAYARD-Julius.- April 15, at St. Paul's Church, Kandy, Ceylon, Charles Peter Bill Read a Second Time.

Layard, M.A., Cantab, barrister-at-law, of Colmbo, to Ada Alexandrins, Stolen Goods.

daughter of the late Alfred Alexander Julius, of Stanley Lodge, Mortlake. Bills in Committee.

ROBERTSON-DICKINSON.-April 10, at the British Consulate, Genoa, and the day Metropolitan Commons Supplemental,

after at St. John's Church, Alassio, John Robertson, barriąter-at-law, to Army (Appual).

Caroline Clai iera, daughter of Edward Dickinson, M.R.C.S., of Alassi, Bili Read a Third Time.

and lata of Rugby. PRIVATE Bill.–London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway (Capital) WATKINS-RICKARDS.-April 18, at Dartmouth, Francis William Watkias, of

the Middle Temple, barrister-at-law, to Ada McCausland, daughter of the late HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Richard Rickards, of L'antrissant, Glamorganshire.

DEATHS.
April 20.-Bills Read a Third Time.

DAVIS.--April 13, at Sydooy, N.8.W., Gatoward Coleridge Davis, barris'er, of the
PRIVATE BILLS.-Great Western Railway (No. 2); Merionetbsbire Railway; Ioner Temple, aged 48,
North-Eastern Railway (Additional Powers) ; Taff Valo Railway.

WOODFORDE.- April 23, at Ansford-villa, Clevedon, Henry Woodforde, aged 74.
April 17.--Bills Read a Second Time.
PRIVATE BIĻL.-Walton Vicarage.
Artillery Ranges.

LONDON GAZETTES.
Bills Read a Third Time.
PRIVATE Bills.-Horncastle Water ; London, Brighton, and South Coast

Bankrupts. (Various Powers); Northampton Corporation,

T'RIDAY, April 21, 1882.

Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
April 24.-Bills Read a Second Time.

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
PRIVATE Bills. -anglo-American Brush Electric Light Corporation ;

To Surrender in London. British Electrio Light Company ; Central Metropolitan Railway ; Coventry Bagot, Fitzroy, Cheniston gardens, Kensington. Pet Apr 17. Brougham. May 5 at 11 and District Tramway.

Maunder, William John, Little Moorfields, Licensed Victualler, Pet Apr 18, Murray.

May 3at 12.30 Parliamentary Elections (Corrupt Practices) ; Bankruptcy Law Amendment.

Rumney, Walter, Balham, Mercer. Pet Apr 19, Brougham, May 3 at 1

To Surrender in the Country.
Bills Read a Third Time.

Hutchings, Arthur, Hele, nr Bude, Cornwall, Yecman, Pet Apr 18. Bencraft, East PRIVATE Bills.-Metropolitan Board of Works (Various Powers) ; Millwall

Stonehouse, May 9 at 12 Dock; Windsor and Ascot Railway.

Murray, Alexander Brown, and James Murray, South Stockton, York, Farmers. Pet

Apr 19. Crosby, Stockton-on-Tees. May 5 at 11
April 25.-Bill Read a Second Time.

Nind, Benjamin, Crumpsall, nr Manchester, Builder, Pet Apr 17, Lister, Manches. Private Bill. - Maidstone Water.

ter, May 8 at 12

Tinn, John William, Jarrow, Durham, Foreman Boiler Maker, Pet Apr 18. Dagsett. Bills Read a Third Time.

Newcastle, May 6 at 11

TUESDAY, April 25, 1882,
PRIVATE BILLS.-- Driffield and Distriot Water ; West Lancasbire Railway.

Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
April 26.Bills Read a Second Time,

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
Bankruptcy (Mr. Dixon-HARTLAND); Metropolis Management and Build-

To Surrender in London.

Entecott, Henry, Latimer rd, Notting Hill, Provision Merchant. Pot April 21. Pepys. ing Acts Amendment ; lotermenis (felo-de-se) ; Militia Storehouses,

May 9 at 11.30
Bill Read a Third Time.

Gabbott, Edward Ridyard, Gresham House, Old Broad st, Stock and Share Jobber,

Pet April 20. Brougham, May 9 at 11 PRIVATE BILL.--Peckham, Lewes, and Catford Bridge-road.

Leith, James, Lower Adam st, Adelphi, Brewers' Agent. Pet April 22. Hazlitt. May

10 at 11
McConnal, George, Abchurch lane, Solicitor. Pet April 20. Hazlitt. May 10 at 11
Willock, Henry Davis, King st, st James', Lieutenant 1lth Hussars. Pet April 121.
Pepya. May 10 at 11.30

To Surrender in the Country.
COURT PAPERS.

Baker, Frank, Cardiff, Accountant. Pet April 20. Langley. Cardiff, May 6 at 11
Garrett, Wyndham, Bradford Abbas, Dorset, Innkeeper. Pet April 22, Batten. Yeovil,

May 6 at 11
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.

Hughes, Thomas, Shrewsbury, Innkeeper. Pet April 21. Peele. Shrewsbury, May 9

at 11 ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON

Simpkin, William, Crewe, Chester, Architect. Pet April 20. Speakman, Orewe, May

9 at 10.30
COURT OY
Date.

7. O. Bacon. V.C. HALL. Willock, Henry Davis, Ashford, Kent, Captain 11th Hussars. Pet April 21. Furley. APPBAL.

Canterbury, May 12 at 2
Monday, May ...

Nr. Teesdale
Mr. Cobby
Mr. King

Liquidations by Arrangement.
Tuesday ...

Ward
Koe
Farrer

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS.
Wednesday........

Teesdale
Cobby

FRIDAY, April 21, 1882.
Ward
Koe

Farrer

Adams, Annie Maria Caroline, Plaistow, Essex, out of business. Apr 28 at 4 at offices Friday

of Staniland, Queen st, Cheapside
.. .

Teesdale
Cobby

King
Saturday .......
Ward

Adcock, Robert, sen, Syston, Leicester, Builder. May 8 at 3 at offices of Hinoks,
Koe

Farrer

Bowling Green st, Leicester
Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Archer, Smith, Dewsbury, York, Beerhouse Keeper. May 4 at 3 at offices of Shaw,
FRY.

Bond st, Dewshury
KAY.

CHITTY
Monday, May ......
Mr. Merivale

Ashton, William Henry, Forest rd, Dalston, Builder. Apr 29 at 11 at offices of Lang.
Mr. Jackson Mr. Pemberton

dale and Turner, Bedford row Tuesday ...... ......

Latham
Carrington Clowes

Ashwell, Thomas Payne, Huntingdon, Machinist, May 5 at 11 at George Hotel, Wednesday...

Merivale
Jackson

Pemberton Huntingdon. Jessopp, Bedford
Thursday ............

Latham
Carrington

Clowes

Averillo, John Charles, Queen Victoria st, Tea Merchant. May 4 at 3 at High Holborn. Friday

Merivale
Jackson

Pemberton

Seeley
Saturday.

Latham
Carrington Clowes

Barritt, John Linton, and William Stork Barritt, Kingston upon Hull, Bricklayers.
May 5 at 11 at offices of Martinson, Exchange bldgs, Bowlalley Ine, Kingston upon-
Hull
Bell, Thomas, Greenwich. Baker. Apr 20 at 12 at ofices of Haydon and Stoley, Bishops

gate st Within

Bell, Thomas Finch; Loeds, Watchmaker. May 4 at 2 at offices of Pullan, Albion st, DAYLIGHT IN DARK Rooms, -Chappuis' Patents, 60, Fleot-streot. -[Adv.]

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Bennett, Edward, Southampton, no occupation. May 2 at 3 at office of Kilby, Port-Morgan. James, Osborne ter, Finsbury pk, Jobmaster. May 4 at 2 at Guildhall Tavern, land st, Southampton

Gresham st. Lockyer, Gresham bldgs, Basinghall st Betts, William, Norwich, Marine Store Dealer. May 4 at 12 at office of Tillett, Opie st Newell, George, Mitcham, Corn Dealer. May 10 at 3 at offices of Cannon, Wool Es, Norwich

change, Coleman st Blackshaw, Frederick, Barnsley, York, Boot and Shoe Merchant. May 9 at 10 at Queen's Newham, William Sanday, Nottingham, Baker, May 3 at 3 at offices of Norman, Hotel, Barnsley. Gray, Barnsley

Middle pavement, Nottingham Blanshard, John Fearby, Easingwold, York, Auctioneer. May 6 at 11.30 at office of Orme, Charles, Birmingham, out of business. May 5 at 3 at offices of Tyler, Colmore Waddington, York

row, Birmingham Bradbury, Charles Henry, Croydon, Surrey, Baker. May 4 at 3 at office of Pullan, Paley, John, Barrow-in-Furness, Furniture Dealer. May 8 at 10 at Trevelyan Temper. North End, Croydon

ance Hotel, Dalkieth st, Barrow-in-Furness. Sims, Barrow-in-Furness Brookes, Isabella, West Bromwich, Stafford, Beerseller. Mar 5 at 11 at office of Travis, Church Ine, Tipton...

Palmer, William, Norwich, Tobacconist. Apr 28 at 11 at Duke's Palace Inn, Duke st,

Norwich Brown, Alfred, East Lydford, Somerset, Innkeeper, May 3 at 3 at Mermaid Hotel, Patchitt, Henry, Leeds, Ironmonger. May 5 at 1.30 at offices of Patchitt, Derby st,

Somerset. Innkeeper. May 3 at 3 at Mermaid Hotel, Pattingham. 'Hopps and Yeovil. Davies, Sherborne

Nottingham. Hopps and Bedford, Leeds Brown, Trueman, Leathley, near Osley, York, Farmer. May 2 at 12 at office of Pearson, William, Kensington pl, Page st, Wheelwright. May 4 at 3 at offices of Bateson and Hutchinson, Harrogate

Barnard, Westminster bridge rd Bull, Frederick William, East India rd, Hosier. May 4 at 3 at office of Wells, Pater. Phillips, Edward, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Commission Agent, May 8 at 12 at offices of noster row

Sayce and Baker, Lion st, Abergavenny Bundock, Edward, Green st, Bethnal Green, Oil and Colourwan. May 10 at 3 at office Pocock, Thomas Windebank, Reading, Butcher, May 3 at 11 at 31, Battle st, Realing, of Vant, Leadenhall st

Parnell, Fenchurch st Cadby, George, Tipton, Stafford, Baker. May 4 at 2 at office of Travis, Church lane, Reuter, Charles, Silk st, Cripplegate, Engineer, May 11 at 3 at offices of Smith and Tipton

and Eldridge, Gt James st, Bedford row Cameron, Hugh, jun. Bristol, Engineer. May 1 at 2 at office of Sibley and Dickinson, Ricketts, Edward, Plumstead, Builder, May 12 at 2 at Law Institution, Chancery lane, Exchange West

Thomson and Ward, Bedford row Carlin, William, St. Albans, Hertford, Builder. May 4 at 3 at Masons! Tavern, Masons' Robbins, Henry, Westbourne grove, Bayswater, Bookseller. May 9 at 3 at offices of Avenue, Coleman st. Wells, St. Albans

Brown, Lower James st, Golden sq. Normar, Gt Marlborough st, Regent st Chapman, William Henry, West Croydon, Surrey, Pluinber. May 9 at 3 at office of Rogers, James Crescent, Stratfieldsaye, Southampton, Farmer. May 4 at 11 at Rerl Streeter, High st, Croydon

Lion Hotel, Basingstoke. Cave, Bracknell Child, John, Arundel st, Strand, Licensed Victualler. May 2 at 2 at office of Ford, Salomos, Mark, Commercial rd, Peckham, Commission Agent. May 1 at 10 at New Cheapside. Bennett, Gresham bldge, Basinghall st

Exchange bldgs, George yd, Lombard st. Rawlins, Queen Victoria st Chisnail, Robert, Ipswich, Suffolk, Baker. May 2 at 11 at office of Jennings, Princess Sarson, James, Tranmere, Chester, Greengrocer, May 8 at 3 at offices of Thompson, st, Ipswich

Hamilton st, Birkenhead Clayton, Richard, Leominster, Hereford, Innkeeper. May 4 at 4 at office of Corner, Saunders, William John, Swansea. Weigher and Sampler. May 4 at 8 at offices of High Town, Hereford

Evans and Davies, Wind st, Swansea Cobden, Halstead Sayer, Bruton, Somerset, no business. May 3 at 12 at office of Hiley, Scott, George, and George Scott, jun, Spennymoor, Bakers. May 3 at 3.30 at offices of Nicholas st, Bristol. Wade, Burnham

Proud, Market pl, Bishop Auckland Colbourn, William, Withernsea, York, Hotel Proprietor, May 8 at 2 at office of Nettle, Scantlebury, Alfred, Exeter, Tailor. May 6 at 12.30 at Swan Hotel, Bridge st, Bristol, ton, Chancery bids, Manor st. Hull

Hartnoll, Exeter Cooper, William, and Joseph Eldridge, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Honee Furnisher. Sivel, Dominick, Workington, Cumberland, Watchmaker, May 6 at 11 at offices of May 8 at 2 at Painters Hall, Little Trinit y lane. Pritchard and Co

Paisley, Bridge st, Workington Crane, William, Gisleham, Suffolk, Farmer. May 4 at 12.30 at office of Dowsett, Hall Smith, Edwin, Sheffield, Warehouseman. May 5 at 12 at offices of Mercer and Alder. Quay chmbrs, Gt Yarmouth

son, Bank st, Sheffield Cranfield, George Henry, Minster, Sheppey, Kent, Veterinary Surgeon, May 8 at 3 at Smith, Esau, Llantrissant, Glamorgan, Grocer. May 4 at 12 at office of Morgan, Ponty: office of Stallon, High st, Mile Town, Sheerness

pridd Cunningham, Edward, Leytonstone, Builder. May 3 at 12 at offices of Dewy, Mark Spencer, Jabez, Huddersfield, York, Beerhouse Keeper. May 5 at 3 at office of Lealane

royd and Co, Buxton rd, Huddersfield Davis, William, Bristol, Licensed Victualler, May 2 at 12 at office of Benson and Car Stark, John, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tobacconist May 4 at 2 at office of Aitchison, Col. penter, Bank chmbrs, Corn st, Bristol

lingwood st, Newcastle upon Tyne Dodd, Joseph, Llanelly, Brecknock, Farmer. Apr 29 at 1 affices of Tydfil, Glebeland st, Steed, Edward George, Devonport, Devon, Licensed Victualler. May 4 at 12 at office Merthyr Tydfil

Sole and Gill, St Aubyn st, Devonport Edmonds, John Crudge, Sutton. Surrey, China Dealer. May 10 at 2 at Cannon st Stratton, James, sen, Whittlesey, Cambridge, Farmer, May 5 at 12 at office of Reeve, Hotel, Cannon st. Pettiver, College st, College Hill

High Causeway, Whittlesey Edwards, John, Northwich, Chester, Ironmonger, May 10 at 12 at Royal Hotel, Crewe, Sykes, Moses, Southampton, Wholesale Potato Merchant. May 2 at 12 at office of Ashton and Jollie, Runcorn

Pegam, Bar Gate, Southampton Elgie. William Ralph, Harrogate, York, Grocer. May 4 at 12 at office of Hirst Taylor, James, Rochdale, Grocer. May 5 at 2.30 at office of Brierly, the Butts, Roch. and Capey, Jamos st, Harrogate

dale Ellis, James, Wombwell, York, Butcher, May 10 at 3 at office of Rideal, Chronicle Taylor, James, Bristol, Publican's Cellarman. May 3 at 12 at office of Benson and Car. chmbre, Barnsley

penter, Bank chmbre, Corn st, Bristol Evans, Mary, Eckington, Derby, Grocer. May 5 at 3 at office of Gee, High st, Chester Thomas, William, jun, South Molton, Devon, Builder. May 8 at 2 at office Finch and field

Chanter, Bridge Hall chmbrs, Barnstaple Fairweather, Henry, Westbçurne Park mews, Westbourne Park, Jobmaster. May I at Turnbull, John Cuthill, Windmill st, Finsbury sq, Upholsterer. May 7 ac 3 at office of 3 at office of Cooper and Bake, Portman st, Portman sq

Nye and Greenwood, Serjeants' inn, Fleet st Foster, William, Lincoln, Coach Builder. May 4 at 11 at office of Page, Flaxengate, | Upton, John Winkles, and John Elliott, Banbury, Oxford, Grocers. May 8 at 11 at the Lincoln

White Lion Hotel, Banbury. Whitehorn, Banbury Franks, Joseph, Manchester, Optican. May 4 at 3 at offices of Hankinson, Manches Waite, Charles, Crofton rd, Camberwell, Private Tutor. May 1 at 12 at 1 Mitre court, ter

Temple. Morris Froomberg, Samuel, Bow rd, Mile End, General Agent. May 5 at 2 at office of Lockyer, Walker, Thomas, Sutton within Macclesfield, Chester, Pawnbroker, May 3 at 11 at Gresham bldgs, Basinghall st

Church side, Macclesfield. Morgan Fryer, William, Birmingham, Painter. May 3 at 3 at office of Wright and Marshall, Watson, Thomas, Hartlepool, Durham, Draper. May 5 at 3 at office of Todd and Harri. New st, Birmingham

son, Town wall, Hartlepool Giles, Alexander. Malpas rd, New Cross, Salesman. May 1 at 1 at Long lane, Alders Wauer, Gerhard William, 'Wool Exchange, Basinghall st, General Agent. May 8 at 11 gate st. Sydney, Guildhall chmbrs

at office of Godfrey, Chancery lane Gittoes, Thomas, West Bromwich, out of business. May 4 at 12 at office of Topham, Webb, Samuel, Gt Shelford, Cambridge, Farmer. May 3 at 3.30 at office of Turner, St High st West Bromwich

Andrew's st, Cambridge Gould, William, Grindon, nr Leek, Stafford, Farmer. May 3 at 11 at Angel Hotel Whiteley, Richard Hamer, Melksham, Wilts, Surgeon. May 3 at 11 at office of Titley, Hanley. Redfern, Leek

Orange grove, Bath Grant, Alfred Charles, Watford, no occupation. May 9 at 4 at Masonic Hall, High st, Wood, William Joseph, Droitwich, Worcester, Builder. May 5 at 2 at Rayen Hotel, Watford. Sedgwick and Turner, Watford

Droitwich. Parr and Hayes, Birmingham Grant, Mary Ann, Watford, no occupation. May 9 at 4.15 at Masonic Hall, High st, Wat Woodward, John, Temple Balsall, Warwick, Grocer. May 4 at 2 at office of Woodward, ford. Sedgwick and Turner, Watford

Church st, Colmore row, Birmingham Gronow, John, Loughor, Glamorgan, Carpenter. May 6 at 1 at office of Thomas, Fisher st, Swansea

TUESDAY, April 25, 1892. Hall, George, Mare st, Hackney, Fishmonger, May 4 at 2 at office of Sydney, Leaden. Ainley, Cameron, Middlesborough, York, Stationer. May 6 at 11 at offices of Dobson, ball st

Gosford st, Middlesborough Harding, Samuel Henry, Woodville, nr Burton-upon-Trent, Grocer, May 2 at 2 at Mid. Allen, Joseph, Durham, Saddler. May 11 at 11 at offices of Marshall, Market pl, Durham land Hotel, Burton-upon-Trent. East, Birmingham

Attwell, Walter, and Robert Savage, Chiswell st, Wholesale Milliners, May 10 at 3 at Harvey, Benjamin Rose, Swansea, Corn Dealer. May 5 at 2 at office of Tribe and Co, offices of Boyes and Child, Poultry Morris, Walbrook Temple st, Swansea, Jones, Cardiff

Backett, Isaac, Angell rd, Brixton, Accountant. May 8 at 2 at offices of Norris and Hayler, William, Rochester, Draper. May 8 at 3 at Bull Hotel, Rochester. M'Lellan, Norris, Bedford row Rochester

Bailey, Charles, Walsall, Stafford, Fancy Goods Dealer. May 10 at 3 at offices of Horton Holmes, James, Walworth rd, House Agent. May 9 at 3 at office of Cannon, Wool Es. and Co, Newhall st, Birmingham change, Coleman st

Bailey, George, Guisborough, York, Grocer. May 4 at 12 at ofices of Teale, Albert rd, Hoyle, Edward, Birkenhead, Clothier. May 10 at 3 at office of Thompson, Hamilton st, Middlesborough Birkenhead

Bawdon, Looman, Newton Abbot, Devon, Draper, May 12 at 11 at Crayen Hotel, Craven Howie, Joseph, Birkenhead, Tailor. May 4 at 2 at office of Bleakley and Downhum, et, Strand. Baker and Watts, Newton Abbot Hamilton sq, Birkenhead

Benson, Robert, Ulverston, Lancaster, Tailor. May 8 at 11 at the Temperance Hall, Hagbes, John, Llanrug, Carnarvon, Farmer. May 5 at 3 at office of Roberts, Church st,

Ulverston, Pearson, Ulverston Carnarvon

Birch, John, Balsall Heath, near Birmingham, Fruiterer. May 4 at 11 at offices of Jones, William, Cardiff, Builder, Apr 28 at 3 at office of Lewis, Glebeland st, Merthyr East, Temple st, Birmingham Tydfil

Bosley, William, Bath, Painter. May 8 at 11 at offices of Titley, Orange grove, Bath Jones, William Henry, Teesdale st, Hackney rd, Cabinet Maker. Apr 29 at 12 at office Bowen, John, Lladdeiniolen, Carnarvon, Grocer, May 10 at ii'at Offices of Williams of Martin, London Wail

and Hughes, Carnarvon Jones, William John, Bankside, Southwark, Iron Merchant, May 11 at 3 at office of Bowring, George, Edgware rd, Dyer's Agent, May 15 at 11 at offices of Boulton, Gres. Waddell, Queen Victoria st

ham st, Guildhall Keates, Worthy, Westbury, Wilts, Licensed Victualler. May 1 at 12 at office of Rodway, Brook, Samuel, Huddersfield, York, Woollen Cloth Manufacturer, May 10 at 3 at offices Forest, Trowbridge

of Ramsden and Co, John William st, Huddersfield Knott, Robert, Leytonstone, Ironmonger. May 8 at 3 at office of Lovering and Co, Brown, William, Sunderland, Fruiterer, May 8 at 11 at offices of Green, John st, Sun. Gresham st. Nicholls and Grant, Gresham st

derland Koesick, Samuel, South Shields, Durham, Clothier. May 4 at 4 at office of Scott, King Bryan, James, and Walter Bryan, Dacre st, Army Contractors, May 8 at 2 at Cannon st, South Shields

st Hotel, Benson, Clement's inn, Strand Leach, Frank, Harrow rd, Paddington, 'Cabinet Maker. May 1 at 3 at office of Boydell, Buckley, William, Oldham, Lancaster, Commission Agent. May 10 at 3 at offices of Warwick ct, Gray's inn

Shaw, Clegg st, Oldham Lee, Henry, Birmingham, Corn Factor. May 2 at 2.30 at office of Dale and Vachell, Burch, George Percy, Kidsgrove, Stafford, Licensed Victualler. May 4 at 2 at oflices Bennett's hill, Birmingham

of Sherrat, Market st, Kidsgrove Leech, William, Wigan, Lancaster, Beerseller, May 4 at 11 at office of Wilson, King st, Butler, William, Walsall, Stafford, Harness Maker, May 5 at 11 at offices of Evans, Wigan

Bank chmbrs, the Bridge, Walsall Littlehales, Tom, Pontypool, Grocer. May 9 at 1 at office of Tribe and Co, High st, Caupling, Robert Henry, Leeds, Schoolmaster. May 8 at 3 at offices of Lodge and Newport, Watkins, Pontypool

Rhodes, Park row, Leeds Longworth, Archibald, Creetham, Lancaster, Plumber, May 5 at 3 at offices of Board. Catling, Charles Edward, Seething lane, Corn and Seed Merchant, May 6 at 3 at the man, Booth st, Manchester

Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st

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