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t>f the summon?, the solioitor shall, before having his order issued, take it to the filing offioe, and having indorsed on the baok the words "The affidavits referred to within are on the file," the seal will be affixed to oertify that the affidavits are filed. Bach certificate will have the tame effect as producing the affidavits on drawing the Order.

As to county conrt certificate of result of trial, no fee to be charged for search.

Judgment may be signed on a certificate of "No affidavits filed in answer to interrogatories," or on a certificate of non-payment of money into court without affidavit.

On entering judgments under order xli., rule 1, in actions in the Chancery Division, when drawn up by the chancery registrars, the engrossment of the judgment together with the pleadings to he filed shall be brought to the writ appearance and judgment department, and the officer receiving the same shall make a note in the margin of the engrossment that the pleadings have been filed, and shall authenticate such note with the small seal of the office, and return the engrossment to the solicitor.

The date of the judgment as shown by the engrossment of the order and the date of leaving the pleadings shall be entered iu the cause book.

The solicitor on leaving tte pleadings must indorse thereon and sign a certificate in the words or to the efleot following :—

"I certify that these axe all the pleadings required to be left for filing."

When judgment is signed under order xli., rules 4 and 5, on any order, certificate, or other document, such document shall be filed.

Original stamped judgment to be filed and office copy to be delivered out at Cd. a folio. The judgment need not be signed by the solicitor entering it.

If judgment removed from Lord Mayor s Court the fixed cost of removal to be one gninea in all cases.

An allocatur for costs is to be placed on a certificate in the form settled.

Judgments are to be numbered consecutively in each alphabetical division in the right-hand corner, and the number enteral in the cause book.

In cases where the plaintiff is entitled to a final judgment mj to part of his cam, and to an interlocutory judgment as to the remainder, one judgment only is necessary, final as to part and interlocutory as to the rest, and one fee paid.

In the case Of cross judgments in the same action where after a trial there is a direction for judgment for plaintiff against sornfe of the defendants, and fur some of the defendants against the plaintiff, and alio for some of the defendants against the others, the whole direction may he embodied in one judgment, and the different parties may take office copies for use.

Date of filing of pleadings filed on entering judgment and of oertificftes of costs are to be entered in cause books and on the dooumeuts.

As to Costt on Judgments for Default of Appearance.

£ s. d.

In town case's: . : . . . . . . 3 14 0

In country and agency cases and cases In which service

effected beyond five miles from General Post Office, St;

Martin s-le-Grand 4 8 0

And 6s. in addition for each service beyond one defendant. The above allowances include all mileage.

At to the Cottt of Hemming Judgment* from Inferior Courts for Purposes of Execution.

The order should direct that the party removing the judgment have his costs of and relating to the removal (to be taxed);

At to Common Pleas Judgments between November, 1875, and April, 1880.

Any office copy required may be made from the copy filed iu the office and issued as an offioe copy of the original judgment, unless there shall be some special reason against doing so, in which case the parties shall be referred to a practice master.

As to writs of attachment issued in pursuance of an order for making default in payment of a sum of money made in any case excepted by the 4th section of the Debtors Act, 1869, from the operation of that section, these should have a note stating that the writ does not authorize an imprisonment for any longer period than one year.

Note.—All question of practice, sufficiency of affidavits, &c, are to be referred to a practice master, and not to any other master.



The forty-eighth half-yearly general meeting of the members of this association was held at the Incorporated Law Sooiety'a Hall, Chancerylane, London, on Wednesday, the 26th ult.

The following was the report of the directors :—

The board of directors have the pleasure, in obedienoe to the provisions of the sixteenth rule of the association, of presenting this their (forty-eighth) report of the progress and operations of the association during the past half-year.

Since their report in Ootober last to the general meeting of members at Brighton, sixty-two new members have been added to the aseooiation, and the aggregate number enrolled is now 2,662, o( whom 997 are life, and 1,665 annual members. Forty-seven of the life members are, in addition, annual subscribers to the association of from one to five guineas each,

The oustomary balance-sheet for the half-year, as certified by the auditors, is appended to this report.

The board have the pleasure of reporting the receipt of a share of the residue of the personal estate of the late Miss Ellen Reardon (daughter of a deceased solioitor), to whioh bequest they alluded, for the first time, in their report of April, 1880. The share amounted to £5,351 8s. 8d., and this sum has been invested in £5,048 10j. 5d. Metropolitan Consolidated Three and a Half per Cent Stook.

A sum of £52 3s., whioh followed the bequest, appears in the accounts, and is a balanoe of dividends whioh had accrued after the death of tha testatrix and prior to the transfer to this association, less dad notions for necessary law oharges.

With regard to Miss Reardon's bequest the board desire to mention thaf, in aooordanoe with the provisions of her will and a declaration of trust which has been executed, the dividends to arise from the trnst fund are to be applied in payment of annuities bearing the names of certain members of the testatrix's family.

In addition, the association has received during the past half-year £1,678 3s. 3d., inoluded in whioh amount was a bequest of £19 19.'. under the will of the late Mr. William Coleman Gill, solioitor, ot Bath, a member of the association.

The operations of the association during the past half-year will be found set forth in the balance-sheet, from whioh it will be seen that the board have distributed in grants of assistance a sum of £1,005, of whioh amounts! averaging £46 each were applied in the relief of nine recipients of tho primary olass of members and their families, and amounts averaging £14 eaoh in the relief of forty recipients of the secondary olass of non-members and their families.

The board have invested during the half-year a sum of £499 13s. 9d. in the purchase of £500 Reduced Three per Cents., and the entire capitalized funds of the association are now £9,000 Consols, £6,500 Reduced Three per Cents., £19,000 India Four per Cents., £4,207 London and North-Western Rail way Four per Cent. Debenture Stook, £250 London and St. Katharine Docks Four per Cent. Debenture Stock, and £5,048 10s. 53. Metropolitan Consolidated Three and a Half per Cent. Stock, the whole producing together annual dividends amounting to £1,579 13s.

A balanoe of £305 18s. remained to the credit of the association, with the Union Bank, of London, at the date of the dosing of the half-yearly account (February 28 last), and a sum of £15 was in the hands of the secretary.

The board greatly regret having to record the deaths of two of their colleagues during the past half-year, Mr. Joseph Harris, of Leicester, and Mr. Charles Marsh Lee, of Salisbury; and in the room of these deceased gentlemen they have elected Mr. Samuel Harris, of Leicester, and Mr. Henry William Cobb, of Salisbury.

With much pleasure the board have to announce that Mr. Francis Thorc&s Bircham, of London, one of the members of the association, has kindly accepted their invitation to preside at the anniversary festival of the association, to he held on Wednesday, the 14th of June next, at the Star and Garter Hotel, Richmond, Surrey; and they earnestly hope that all their brother members will give them the advantage of their kind and valuable co-operation in their efforts to render that festival as beneficial as possible to the association.

Thirty-five gentlemen have already given their names as stewards, and the secretary will be happy to receive, as early as possible, the names of any other gentlemen who may be willing to have them added to tha list.


COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION. Easter And Trinity: Course Op Lectures, 18S2. Prospectus of the Lectures of the Professors.—The Professor of Roman Livr will deliver, during the ensuing educational term, a course of Bix leotures on "Real rights with speoial referenoe to pledge, mortgage, and lien." Tha first lecture of this oonrse will be delivered on Monday, tha 24th of April, 1882, at 3 p.m. The subsequent lectures will be delivered on Wednesday s and Mondays at the same hour.

Jurisprudence.—The Professor of Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, and Legal History will, during the ensuing educational term, deliver six lectures on " The law of status and family relations, regarded from the point of view— first, of jurisprudence, secondly, of the oonfliot of law." The first lecture of this course will be delivered on Friday, the 9th of June, 1882, at 3 p.m., and the subsequent leotures at the same hour on Mondays and Fridays.

Equity.—The Professor of Equity will, during the ensuing educational term, deliver a course of twelve leotures upon the principles of assignment and oharge in equity. The first lecture will be delivered on Wednesday, April 19, 1882, at 4.15 p.m., and the subsequent lectures at the same hour on Fridays and Wednesdays.

Note.—The lectures iu this subject will be suspended after Friday, May 5, and be resumed ou Wednesday, June 7, at the usual hour.

Zaui of Real and Personal Properly.—Ths Professor of the Law of Real and Personal Property will, during the ensuing educational term, deliver twelve leotures on the following subject:—" Vendors and purchasers of real estate; the conveyance aud. matter* connected with the completion of the purchase." The first lecture will be delirered on Thursday, April 20, 1882, at 3.5 p.m. The subsequent lectures on this subject will be delivered on Tuesdays at4 p.m., and on Thursdays at 3.6 p.m.

Notb.—The lectures in this subject will be suspended after Tuesday, May 9, and be resumed on Thursday, June 8, at the usuul hour.

Common Late.—The Professor of Common Law will, during the ensuing educational term, deliver twelve lectures on Criminal Law, comprising aiz lectures on offences against the State and six lectores on offences against the person. The first lecture will be delivered on Thursday, April 20,1882, at 4.IS p.m. The subsequent lectores on this subject will be delivered on Mondays and Thursdays at the same hour.

Note. —The lectures In this subject will be suspended after Monday, May 8, and be resumed on Thursday, June 8, at the usual hour.

CALLS TO THE BAR. The undermentioned gentlemen were on Wednesday oalled to the bar by the Honourable Society ot the Inner Temple, viz. :—Biohard Christian, B.A., Oxford; John Courroux, Assooiate of King's College, London ; Charles Francis Miller Mundy, B.A., Cambridge ; Robert Malcolm Napier Kerr, B. A., Oxford; Chnrohill William Coster, B.A., Cambridge; Alfred Owen Lyon, B.A., Cambridge; James Henry Taohudi Broadwood, B.A., Cambridge; Franois John Hext, B.A., Oxford; Henry Pigot Ireland Warbnrton; Joseph Yelverlon Dawbarn, M.A., L.L.M., Cambridge; Thomas Oeorge Wood Beaveley; Petrug Burgers, LL.D.; Edmund Rusaborough Torton, Oxford; Frederic William Heather, B.A., Cambridge; Charles Thomas Beresford-Hope, M.A., Cambridge; Harold Ward Topham, B.A., Oxford; George Cawston ; Edgar Brierley (holder of a pupil scholarship in common law awarded by the loner Temple, February, 1882), B.A.; Oxford; Bernard Henry Holland, B.A., Cambridge; George Francis Gregory; George Anson Byron, B.A., Oxford; Shirley Harris Salt, B.A., Cambridge; William Philip Sohreiner (holder of a studentship, awarded by the Council of Legal Education, Hilary, 1881, and of a pupil scholarship in common law, awarded by the Inner Temple, July, 1881), B.A., LL.B., Cambridge; Gavin Francis Hamilton. B.A., Oxford; the Right Hon. Lord Clifford, B.A., London; Willianl Charles Niblett; Walter Yeatea Hargreaves, B.A., Cambridge; Arthur James Foord, LL.B., Cambridge; Arthur Fanahawe Fox, M. A., Oxford; Henry Gordon Jeaffreson, M.A., Cambridge; Abraham Hebron; Edaljee Jamsetjee Khory; Lionel Croaskey, B.A., Cambridge; William Percy Pain (holder of a studentship awarded by the Counoil of Legal Education, Hilary, 1880, and of a pnpil scholarship in equity, awarded by the Inner Temple, February, 1880), LL.B., London, with honours; Charles Henry Fehler Christie, B.A. Oxford; John Frederick Gibson, B.A., Oxford; and George JohnBon Marples, Esqs.

The undermentioned gentlemen were called to the bar by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple:—Philip Henry Clifford, M.A., Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge; Stuart Forster, Trinity College, Cambridge; Martin Luther Rouse, Aberdeen University; William Mitohell; Alfred Crooke, Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. (holder of a studentship of 100 guineas in Roman law and jurisprudence granted by the Council of Legal Education) ; Robert Donald Douglas Maclean; Reginald Cautley Saunders (first-class 50 guinea*, Middla Temple, Real and Personal Property Scholar in Hilary Term, 1881) ; Joseph Sydney Merton; Edward George Macleod; Harry Nowell Harvey; Thomaa Crossley Rayner, of the University of London; John Dyer; Nasarvanji Framji Bhandara, Edinburgh University, Esqs.

The undermentioned gentlemen were called to the bar by the Honourable Society of Lincoln's-inn :—William Gurney Angus, University of London; John Dnthie, University of Aberdeen; George Smith, LL.B., Cambridge; John Labouchere Beattie ; William Frederick Webster, M.A., Cambridge; William Lewis Comrie, B.A., Cambridge; Francis Robert Anderton, M.A., London; Thomas Henry Boileau Graham, B.A., Cambridge; Cbarlea Henry Sargaot, B.A., Oxford; Mortimer Drewe Malleson, late scholar Of Corpus Christi Colleze, Oxford; Francis Henry Lanncelot Errington, B.A., Oxford; and George Henry Norris, University of London, Esqs.

The undermentioned gentleman was called to the bar by the Honourable Society of Graj's-inn :—Arthur William A'Beckett, Esq.


At a meeting of this society, held at the Law Institution, Chancery-lane, on Monday, April 17, Mr. B. T. Bartrnm in the chair, Mr. Shirley Shirley opened the following question in the negative: "B., by his will, directs his executors to hand over hu body to C. for cremation, and to reimburse C. the expenses of such cremation. The body is cremated, but the executors refuse to reimburse C. Can C. recover the amount P'' The opener was supported in his view of the question by Messrs. Elliott and Sutcliff \ Mr. Collyer contended that C. could recover, and upon the question being put to the meeting it was decided in the negative nem. con.

The nsnal weekly meeting was held at Clement's-lnn Hall on Wednesday, April 26, Mr. A. D. Maclareu in the chair. Mr. Spence moved, " That any extension of the franchise is undesirable." The hon. opener was supportedby Messrs. Kains Jackson, Whitehouge, Rosher, and Boll, and opposed by Colonel MalleBon and Messrs. Parsons, Richardson, Dowson, and Conybesre. Mr. Kains-Jackson, in the absence of Mr. Spence, replied, and on the motion I ting pnt to the meeting the voting was equal, and the chairuigu gave his catling vote fgaiost the motion.


[The Scottish Journal of Jurisprudence publishes the following report of an appeal of M'Vey v. Mennifan, heaid before tbe Couit of Saision on January 12 Int.]

There lived, as I am tould,

Io Stirling's noble city
Two Irish lads so bouUl,

The subjec' av me ditty;
They both had pigs galore,

And sties to fence and screen 'em,
And each possessed a boar
With only a hedge between \m.
Says M'Vey,
*' Darllnt Mr. Hennigan,

You must pay
If your boar comes in rgain!

Tony Hennigan's boar,

Faix! he loved to wandher;
Divvle a wall or door

Would kape him from his daniher.
And mostly he would hie

To Pat M'Vey'e back garden,
And grunt about the sty

Where Patbriok's pies were hatred in.
Says M'Vey, etc.

At last one day, when Pat

Was atin' av his dinner,
His wife cried out, "There's fiat

Ould boar, as I'm a sinner 1
O Pat, rise up, make haste !"—

And Pat obeyed her ordheis,
And Bwore he'd drive the baste

From out his garden bordhi r>.

Says M'Vey, etc.

But Tony's boar! worse luck!

He had a heart so dariu',
Bedad! he ran amuck

At this bould son av Erin;
So Pat was forced to fly,

And moighty quick he went, too,
While Piggy from his thigh

Tore out a small memento.

Says M'Vey, eto.

Then Pathrick to the Coort

He dhraggod the porker's masther,
And swore that such a hurt

Bank notes alone could plasther.
The fly was insecure,

The boar was most fberocious,
And Tony's conduct, stiure,

Was blackgyard and athrocidas.
Says M'Vey, eto.
"Me piggy has," says Tone,

"The swatest, best av naytures,
And, Pat, ye should have known

Tbe ways av them dumb oraytures;
His timper's easily stirred

When takin' av his airin',
Nor oan be stand a worrd

Av ourgin' or av swearin'."

Says M'Vey, etc.
Upon the case there Bat

Two Sheriffs, lamed brothers,
One gave bis vote for Pat,

And Tony got the other's;
And so when months bad passed

In sthrife and opposition,
Tbe case was brought at last

Before the Coort av Siasion.

Says M'Vey, etc.
The Lorrds, in gownds Bo grand,

Were tould the dismal story
How Piggy, though so bland,

Made Pnthrick's groin so gory
They said 'twas not polite

For Pat to use such langwidge,
Still, Piggy had no right

To eat a raw ham sandwich!

Says M'Vey, etc.
Then nivver, if you're wise,

Permit your pigs, be jabersl
To threspass on the thighs

Av your Milesian neighbours
For boars whose moral sinse

Is shocked by impreoation
Are apt to take offince

At all the Irish nat'on.

gays M'Y«J» etc,


Mr. Charles Pontifex, one of the judges of tbe High Court of Judicature at Calcutta, who baa been appointed L»gal Adviser to the Secretary of State for India, is tbe son of the late Mr. John Pontifex, solicitor, of St. Andrew'sconrt, Holborn. He is a graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge, and he was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Easter Term, 1854. He formerly practised in the Court of Chancery, and he was appointed a puisne judge of the High Court at Calcutta in 1871.

Mr. Frederick Adolphus Philbrick, Q.C., has been appointed an Examiner in Common Law and the Principles of Evidence at the University of London. Mr. Philbrick is tbe eldest son of Mr. Frederick Blomfield Philbrick, solicitor, town olerk of Colchester. He,was educated et University College, London, and be graduated B.A. in 1853. He was called to the bar at tbe Middle Temple in Trinity Term, 1860, having, in November, 1858, obtained an open studentship,and be beoame a Queen's Counsel in 1874. Mr. Philbrick practises on the South-Eastern Circuit and at the parliamentary bar. He is a bencher cf the Middle Temple, and recorder of the borongh of Colchester,

Mr. Percy William Bunting, barrister, has been appointed an Examiner in Equity and the Law of Real Property at the University of London. Mr. Banting was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Trinity Term, 1862. He praoiUes in the Chancery Division.

Mr. William Dawes, solicitor, of Rye, has been appointed Clerk of tbe Peace for that borough, in succession to Mr. George Slide Butler, deceased. Mr. Dawes was admitted a solicitor in 1863.

Mr. Frederick Atkinson, solioitor, of Hastings and Rye, has been elected Clerk to tbe Rye School Board, in succession to Mr. George Slsde Butler, deceased. Mr. Atkinson was admitted a solicitor in 1877. He is in partnership with Mr. Theodore John Smiih, the clerk to the Rye Board of Guardians. Messrs. Smith & Atkinson have also been appointed Solicitors to the Rye Building Society, in succession to Mr. Butler.

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Joint Stock Companies.

LIMITED IS Chancbby.

Globe Accident Assurance Company, Limited.—Petition for winding up, presented April 25, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on May 0. Wyatt and Barrand, Cannon st, solicitors for the petitioner

New Penrose Tin And Copfeb Mine Company, Limited.—Hall, V.C., has fixed May 8 at 12 at his chambers for the appointment of an official liquidator

Oil. Vabnisb MASTrtcTi-Rixu Company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before May 24, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Mr. Percy Head Baily, 115, Cannon st. Wednesday, May 31 at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Peel Pabk Bbxwxbt Compakt, Limited.—By an order made by Hall, V.C., dated April 21, it was ordered that the winding up of the company be continued. Sykes, Old Broad st, solicitor for the petitioner

Tyn-t-fbon Murine- Company, Limitbd.—Petition for winding up, presented April 24. directed to be heard before Hall, V.C., on May 12. Jones, Falcon ct, Fleet at, agent for Jonea and Co, Aberystwith, solicitors for the petitioner

United Sebyicb Provision Mabket. Limitxd.—Creditors are required, on or before May 20, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to traymn Pagden Child, 42, Ponltry. Friday, May 26 at 12, is appointed for hearing aud adjudicating upon the debts and claims

{Gazette, April 28. j

Citt Syndicate, Limitbd.—Petition for winding np, presented April 27, directed to be heard before Chitty, J, on May 13. Courtenay and Croome, Gracechurch st, solicitors for the petitioners

Gband Duchess Silver, Lead, And Babttes Mining Compakt, Limited.—Hall, V.C.,

has by an order, dated April 18, appointed John Martin Winter, 16, Market st,

Nowcastle on Tyno, to be official liquidator Hexsmak Akd Compakt, Limited.—By an order made by Hall, V.C., dated April 21, it

was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the company be continued. Eardley

and Co, solicitors for the petitioner London Akd Pbovikcial Tbadebb' Wholesale Stobes, Limited.—Chitty, J., has, by

an order, dated March 14, appointed Mr. James Waddell, of 1, Queen Victoria-street,

to be official liquidator of the above-named company. Niw Hsr Cottox Spinning Akd Maxueactitbiho Company, Limited.—By an order

made by Hall, V.C., dated April 21, it was ordered that the voluntary winding np of

company be continued. Gregory and Co., Bedford-row, agents for Wright, Bacup,

solicitor for the petitioner.

{Gazette, May 2.1

Uklimited Ik Chakcbby. City or Chester Bekbfit Building Society.—By an order made by Chitty, J., dated April 4, it was ordered that the society be wound up. Chester and Co, Staple inn, Holborn, solicitors for the petitioner

{Gazette, April 28.1

Potteeies, Shrewsbury, Akd Nobth Walib Railway.—By an order made by Fry, J., dated April 21, it was ordered that the Potteries, Shrewsbury, and North Wales Hailway Company be wound up. Markby and Co., Coleman-street, solicitors for the petitioners.

Bomtobd Canal Company.— Hall, T.C., has, by an order, dated April 26, appointed Henry BiBhop, 41, Coleman-street, to lie official liquidator. Creditors are required, on or before May 31, to send their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts nr claim* to the above. Wednesday, June 7, at 113, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and, claims, . ■ - ■' v

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Fkiendly Societies Dissolved.

Garibaldi Lodge, a Branch of the Philanthropic Order of True Ivorites, St David's Unity, Lamb and Flag Inn, Aberaman, Glamorgan. April 26

{Gazette, April 28.J

Bceley New Fbiendly Society, the Queen's Head, Burley, Ringwood, Hants. April 27

Old Fbibkdly Sick Society, the Bull's Head Inn, Winstar, Derby. April 20 Shabbshill Old Fbibndly Society, the White Horse Inn, Shareshill, Stafford. April


Victobia Lodob or Loyal And Independent Modern Oedeb or Foresters' Society, the Crown Inn, East Hanney, Berks. April 29

{Gazette, May 2.1


April 26.—Bill Read a Second Time.
Private Bill.—Nottingham Coiporation.

Mill Bead a Third Time.
Metropolitan Commons Supplemental; Army (Annual).

April 28.—Royal Commission. The Royal Assent was given by Commission to the following Bills :— General Police and Improvement (Scotland); Army (Annual) ; Drainage and Improvement of Lands (Ireland) Supplemental; Metropolitan Common* Supplemental ; London, Brighton, and South Coast Hallway (Capital) ; and Maidstone Waterworks,

BilU Read a Second Time. Private Bills.—Welshpool and Llanfair Railway (Abandonment) ; West Ham Local Board; North-Eastern Railway (Alnwiok and Cornhill Branch); Birkenhead Borongh; East and West India Dock Extension; Teign Valley Railway,

May 2.—Bills Read a Second Time. Private Bills.—London Riverside Fish Market; Alnwick Corporation; South Metropolitan Gas. Payment of Wages in Public-houses Prohibition.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. April 27.—Bills in Committee. Commonable Rights ; Judgments (Inferior Courts) ; Places of Worship Sites.

New Bill.

Bill to amend the Documentary Act, 186S, and other enactments relating to the evidence of documents by means of copies printed by the Government printers (Mr. J. Holms).

Bill Read a Third Time. Private Bill.—Northwich Gas.

April 2S.—BM Read a Second Time. Patents for Inventions.

Bills Real a Third Time. Private Bills.—Bristol Port and Channel Dock ; London (City) Court.

May 1.—Bills Read a Second Time. Private Bills.—Gateshead and Distriot Tramways ; Sicmeos Brothers and Company (Electric Lighting). Military Manoeuvres.

Bill in Committee.

Militia Storehouses.

Bills Read a Third Time. Private Bills.—Cleator and Workington Junction Railway; Latnbonm Valley (Light) Railway; St. Philip's Church (Liverpool).

New Bill.

Bill to amend the County Courts Act, 1867 (Mr. H. Fowler).

May 2.—Bill Read a Second Time.
Municipal Corporations.

Bills in Committee.
Distress Amendment; Metropolis Management Amendment.

Bills Read a Third Time.
Private Bill.—Fulwood and Whittingham Water.
Militia Storehouses • Places of Worship (Sites).

May Kr-BiU Read a Second Time. Private Bill.—Portsey Harbour.

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Arhott, David, Grove House. Wandsworth, Esq. Jane 1. Shepheard, Finsbury circus
Balchin, John, Blackfriars rd. Bookseller. May 30. Wild ana Co, Ironmonger lane
Boys, Be? Jambs, Biddenden, Kent. May 27. Philpott and Wood, Cranbrook
Bocz, William James, Snap, Westmorland, Gent. May 11. Little and Lamonby,

Bccxland, William, Dover, Boot and Shoe Maker. May 31. Claris, Dover
Cohen, Louis, Gloucester pi, Portman sq, Esq. June 2. Emanuel and Simmonds,
Finsbury circus

Cbawskaw, Thomas, Kington upon Hull, Gent. June 3. Jennings, Driffield
Edwards, Charles, SmaUwood, Chester, Yeoman. May 1. Latham, Sandbach
Finch, Hon Daniel Grrvillb, Bury st, St James's, Colonel. May 31. Bennett and

Co, New sq, Lincoln's inn
Fbeeman, William, Denham, Bucks, Licensed Victualler. May 1. Gardiner, TJxbridge
Gardxrr, Edwin, Redland, Bristol, Sadler's Ironmonger. May 11. Roberts, Bristol
Lovrdat, Bobrrt, Norwich, Gent. June 1. Winter and Francis, Norwich
Marshall, William, Plymouth, Solicitor. Dec 25. Rooker and Co, Plymouth
Mckaiv, Eliza. Axabblla, Callow st, Chelsea. May 15. Herbert and Kent, Grace-
church st

MoarHBT, Asm, Bebington, Chester. May 23. Laces and Co, Liverpool
Ran Dell, Martha, Brighton. May 20. Grover and Humphreys, King's Bench walk,

Smith, William, Wolviston, Durham, Machinist. May 14. Draper, Stockton on Tees
Stkrs, Joseph, Huddersneld, Woollen Manufacturer. June 1. Laycock and Co,

Thorm, John, Northchurcb, Hertford, Yeoman. May 15. Bullock and Penny, Great Berkhompsted

Wilson, Josbph, West Thriston, near Felton, Northumberland, Butcher. May 25. Nicholson, Morpeth

[Gazette, Apr. 18.]

Allen, Qrorob, St Leonard's on Sea, Gent. May 18. Norris and Carless, St Leonard's on Sea

Arnold, Benjamin Alfred, Teignmouth, Devon, Esq. June 1. Lorell and Co, Gray's inn sq

Babnes, Leonora Habbiot, Thorpe Saint Andrew, Norfolk. May 25. Abbott, Lincoln's inn fields

Bodbit, Samuel Standidqe, Tavistock st, Bedford sq, Artist. June 8. Hewitt and

Alexander, Ely pi, Holborn Buckle, Rev. Gboror Mauley, Cambridge, Clerk. May 31. Lowe, Temple gardens,


Cabb, James, High st, Deptford, Cheesemonger. May 20. Carter and Bell, Eastchoap Collet, Mary Ann, Belsize rd, South Hampstead. May 29. Allen, Birmingham Cottam, Henby, Gloucester gardens, Hyde park, Gent. May 22. Paterson and Co, Lincoln's inn fields

Gribblr, Maby Ass, East Harriet, Herts. May 23. Tilleard and Co, Old Jewry Hodgson, Rev. Edward Franks, Holton-cnm-B'eckering, Lincoln. June 11. Broughton

and Broughton, Gt Marlborough st Howard, Frederick, Wingham, Kent, Gent. July 19. Sankeys and Co, Canterbury Howbon, Sarah Maria, Rugby, Warwick. May 26. Parkin and Co, Doncaster Hurry, Clara Ann, Chichester, Shopkeeper. Jane 6. Sowton. Chichester Johnson, Edward, Birmingham, Merchant. June 10. Milward and Co, Birmingham Jubbrr, Henby, Gipsy Hill, Surrey, Hotel Proprietor. May 31. Chappie and Co,

Carter lane

Killinqton, Edward, Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. May 25. Clowes and Son, Great

Kirkham, Josrph, Liverpool, Builder. May 20. Evans and Co, Liverpool
Mead, Ann Susannah, Brixton, Surrey. May 20. Hyde and Co, Ely pi, Holborn
Millbr, Mary Anne, Knowle, nr Bristol. May 20. Danger and Cartwright, Bristol
Mooinie, William, Lichfield grove, Finchley, Gent. June 1. Fisher, Essex st, Strand
Rider, Philip. Lancaster rd, Netting hill. May 20. Rider, Lancaster rd
Saxby, John, Rodmell, Sussex, Farmer. Aug 1. Gell and Drake, Lewes
Smith, Annie Mabia, Newcastle st. Strand. May 16. Hicks and Arnold, Wellington Bt
Smith, Edward, Newcastle st, Strand, Licensed Victualler. May 18. Hicks and

Arnold, Wellington st
Smith, Geoboe Frrderick, Winston rd. Stoke Newington, Box Maker. May 31.

Perry, Guildhall chambers Smith, Thomas Littlxhalbs, Fetter lane, Surgeon. May 1C. Hicks and Arnold,

Wellington st

Tabtr, John, South Kensington, Esq. May 31. Dingwall, Tokenhouso yard
Tucker, Robrrt, Waterloo, Lancaster, Gent. May 31. Norris and Sons, Liverpool
UllAthornr, John, Bristol, Licensed Victualler. May 29. Benson and Carpenter, Bristol
White, Feanxlayland, Liverpool, Bookkeeper. May 9. Rogereon and Co, Liverpool

[Gazette, Apr. 21.]

Adams, Charles Haden, FiUongley, Warwick, Esq. June 21. Twist and Sons,

Atkins, Belinda Martin, Reading. June 1. Collins, Reading
Barer, OctaviUs, Fawloy, Southampton, Miller. June 1. Spence and Co, Hertford
Blair, Huoh Ramsay, Bradford, York, Merchant. May 31. Taylor and Co, Bradford
Bovill, William John, Lincoln's inn, Barrister at Law. June 30. Palmer and Co,
Trafalgar sq

BrAund, Elisr, Bromley, Kent. June 10. Shepheard, Finsbury circus
Brookes, Georob, High Erca.ll, Salop, Gent. June 10. Taylor, Stourbridge
Cesbswell, Ann, Marylebone rd. June 1. Smith and Mammatt, Ashby de la Zouch
Dai.v, Ciikistofheb, Erdington, Warwick, Gent. June 1. Tyndall and Co, Birmingham
Goulteb, Gbobsb, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, Gent. Juno 3. Walter and Durham,
Kingston on Thames

Johnston, William, Junction rd, Upper Holloway, Printer. June 1. Hughes, Bedford st, Co vent Garden

Lee, Edward Hrnby John, Leeds, Tanner. June 21. Simpson and Burrell, Leeds
Lies, George Wyld, Bakewell, Derby, Esq. May 31. Noble, Lendal
Lees, Rev. John, Clifton, York. May 31. Noble, Lendal

Malins, Right Hon. Sir Richard, Lowndes sq. June 1. Freshfiolds and Williams,
Bank bldgs

Phillips, Elizabeth, Shifnal, Salop. May 15. Phillips and Co, Shifnal
Rryroux, Rev. Fredebicx, Appleford, Berks, Clerk. June 6. Sedgefleld and Pryce,

Roe, Henry Barnard, Liverpool, Gentleman. June 30. Rowe and Co, Liverpool
Saunders, Hugh, Keymer, Sussex, Licensed Victualler. June 21. Haselwood,

Sxelton, Geobge Bennett, Hibaldstow, Lincoln, Farmer. May 1. Hayes and Son, Brigg

Stevens, James John, Clupham Common, Surrey, Esq. June 24. Keily, Molyneax

chmbrs, Goswell rd Waite, John, City rd, Gent. May 30. Burr, Little Britain

Warren, George, Cambridge, Grocer. July 20. Eadens and KnowleB, Cambridge Wolstenholme, John Pbocteb, Bradford, Timber Merchant. June 1. Watson and Dickons, Bradford

Yeld, Hiitex John, Bishopwearmouth, M.D. May 3. Alcock and Routledge, Sunderland

[Gazette, Apr. 26.]

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MR. WILLIAM HENRY SCOTT. Mr. William Henry Scott, solicitor, of Aylsbam, died recently. Mr. Scott was admitted a solicitor in 1840, and had practised for about forty years at Aylsbam. He had a large prtctice in the town and district, besides holding several important appointments. He was for many years deputy-coroner for the Duchy of Norfolk, and he was also registrar of the Aylsham County Court (Circuit No. 32), clerk to the Commissioners of Taxes for the South Erpingham Division, clerk to the Felmiogham United District School Board, clerk to the Aylsham Board of Guardians, Assessment Committee, and Rural Sanitary Authority, and superintendent-registrar for tbe district. Mr. Scott was universally respeoted at Aylsbam, and bis death has caused a general feeling of regret.


On the 27th ult., the election of a registrar of deeds for the East Riding, to fill tbe vacancy caused by tbe death of Mr. John Maister, took place at Beverley. The candidates were Mr. George Arthur Thompson, of Terrington Hall, York ; Mr. Robert Stanley Scholfield, Sand Ball, Howden ; and Mr. Joseph Smith, Huggate, Pocklington. The polling commenced at nine a.m., and continued until eight p.m., and from tbe first-mentioned hour nntil about seven in tbe evening there was a continuous influx of voters into Beverley from all parts of the Riding. Botb candidates had quite a host of carriages engaged to convey people from the railway station, to which place they were brought from all parts free of expense, and vehioles of all kinds were also employed in bringing in voters from the adjacent country. A number of special trains were also run from Hull at intervals during the day for the purpose of conveying voters. In the usually quiet town of Beverley tbe greatest excitement prevailed, and as each of the two principal candidates alternately headed the poll nntil seven in the evening this was kept up until the poll was declared. Mr. Smith retired from the contest early in the day. The method of voting was somewhat peculiar, and in accordance with what has been the usage at similar contests. Each voter, on entering the voting-room, having previously given bis name and address, plaoed his card, which he had already filled up, in a glass urn. The cards of Mr. Thompson's voters were white in colour, and those of Mr. Scholfield buff, and when a sufficient number of these hid been deposited they were removed, and counted by the officials, so that as the poll proceeded a pretty accurate idea could be obtained by tbe agents of each oandidate as to the state of the poll. Any voter who was objected to by the agents of the candidates was sworn before he was allowed to vote. Mr. Thompson's agents were Messrs. Rollit & Sons, Hull, and Mr. George England, solicitor, Howden, acted as agent for Mr. Scholfield. The doors of tbe polling-room were closed precisely at eight o'clock, and about twenty minutes past that hour the result was declared by Mr. Barton, in the Sessions Court, as follows :—Mr. Thompson, 1,565 ; Mr. Soholfield, 1,031; Mr. Smith, 31; majority for Thompson, 84.


May 10.—Messrs. Edwin Fox & Bousfield, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Property (see advertisement, April 22, p. 3).

May 10.—Mr. F. Ellis Morris, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Property (see advertisement, April 29, p. 4).

May 11.—Messrs. C. C. & T. Moobk, at the Mart, at 1 for 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold Estates (see advertisement, this week, p. 3).

May 12.—Messrs. Horns, Evxrsfield, & Co., at the Mart, at 1 for 2 p.m , Leasehold Property (see advertisement, April 29, p. 4).

May 12.—Mr. Millar, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Properly (see advertisement, April 29, p. 4).

May 12.—Messrs. Norton, Trist, Watney, & Co., at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold Properties (see advertisement, this week, p. 4).


Natlor—Granvillb —April 27, at Biarritz, Charles Topham Naylor, of the Inner Temple, barrister-at-law, to Eleanor Katharine, daughter of Capt. Granville, lite 26th Regt., of Grand Pr<, Biarritz.

WalkerBbare.—April 27, at Savoy, Philip F. Walker, barrister-at-law, to Mary Alice Beare, daughter of the late Major Bears, 46th Regiment, of Devonshire-place.



Fbiday, April 28,1882. Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors most forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in London. Honck, John, Havenflcld Lodge, Hornsey Rise. Pet March IS. Brougham. May 9 at 11

Parker, George, and George Parker, jun, Wardour st, Soho, Manufacturing Chemists. Pet April 20. Brougham. May 10 at 12.30

To Surrender in the Country. Mitton, John, Halifax, Blacksmith. Pet April 24. Rankin. Halifax, May 13 at 11 Sorrell, Richard Henry, Saffron Wulden, Essex, Grocer. Pet April 26. Eaden. Cambridge, May 10 at 3

Tuesday, May 2, 1882. TJnler the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in London. Snow, Percy Tonkin, Mildmay road, Stoke Nowington, a retired Lieutenant-Colonel of

the Madras Army. Pet April 29. Brougham. May 17 at 12.30 Stenson, Robert Crooks, Millman st, Bedford row. Pet April 28. Pcpys. May 17 at 12

To Surrender in the Country. Bridgewater, John Thomas, and Francis Foster Bridgewater, Cleckbeaton, York,

Woollen Manufacturers. Pet April 28. Ormo. Bradford, May 10 at 12 Chambers, William Hoole, Barnsley, "York, Mining Engincor. Pet April 20. Bury.

Barnsley, May 10 at 11 Cutler, Wiliam, East 8heen, Mortlako, Surrey, Brewer. Pot April 26. Willoughby.

Wandsworth, May 12 at 11 Grenfell, Annie Marjorio, Somcrs villa, Wandsworth. Pet Feb 21. Willoughby. Wandsworth, May 12 at 11

Lewis, Thomas, Abercarne, Monmouth, Farmer. Pet April 28. Davis. Newport, May 16 at 11

Bayer, Charles, Liverpool, Quarry Proprietor. Pet April 28. Coopor. Liverpool, May IS at 18

Worsley, Henry, Golborne, Lancaster, Surgeon. Pet April 27. Holdon. Bolton, May 15 at 11

Fiiday, April 28, 1882.
Buckland, Stephen, Clapham rd. April 20
Mann, James, Hartlepool, Durham, Innkeeper. March 16.

Tuesday, May 2.1883.
Eggar, Frederick, Woking, Surrey, Brick and Tile Manufacturer. A pri) 20
Hallowes, Thomas Arthur Tooke, Tavistock sq, Architect. April 25

Liquidations by Arrangement.

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Friday, April 28, 1882. Adams, David. Middlesborough, Earthenware Dealer. May 10 at 11 at office of Ward,

Albert rd, Middlesborough Allen, George Alfred Smith, Walthomstow, Builder. May 23 at 12 at offices of Dubois,

8erjcants' inn, Chancery lane. Toulmin-Smith and Fuller, Chancery lauo Allen. Robert, Wolthom Cross, Herts, Hairdresser. May 10 at 3 at offico of Rumney, Walbrook

Aram, Eugene (not Oram, as erroneously printed in last Gazette), Greyhound rd, Fulham Fiolds, Oilman. May 5 at 12 at office of Shearman, Gresham st

Ashmead, Joseph, Rotherham, out of business. May 11 at 4 at Law Society, Hoole's chbrs. Bank st, Sheffield. Hickmott

Ashworth, Herbert, Beswick, nr Manchester, Grocer. May 12 at 3 at office of Chew, Swan st, Manchester

Attwell, Walter, Chiswell st, Wholesale Milliner. May 10 at 3.30 at office of Boyes and

Child, Poultry. Morris, Walbrook Baker, George William Sanzen, Gateshead, Grocer. May 0 at 3 at offico of Pybus, Post

Office chbrs, St Nicholas sq, Newcastle on Tyne Bell, John, and Henry Bell, Wedmore st. Carriers. May 10 at 3 at Inns of Court Hotel,

Holborn. Godfrey, Highgatc rd Bennett, Samuel, Stourbridge, Worcester, Shopkeeper. May 8 at 11 at office of Roskell

Worcester st, Stourbridge Binge, John, Rampton, Nottingham, Fanner. May 10 at 11.30 at office of Marshall,

Chapelgate, East Retford Bowes, William, Kirby Mispcrton, nr Pickering, Tailor. May 15 at 2 at Bay Horse Inn,

Pickering. Harrison, Kirov Moorsido Brand, Edward, and John Brand, Gore rd, Victoria pk, Hatters. May C at 10.30 at office

of Hicks, Victoria pk rd Brennan, Amelia, Blackley, nr Manchester, Match Manufacturer. May 18 at 1 at Mitre

Hotel, Cathedral yd, Manchester. Leigh, Manchester Broadhnrst, James, Brighton, Wine Dealer. May 15 at 3 at office of Helmoro, Bishopsgate st Within

Brooks, William, West Bromwich, Stafford, Horse Dealer. May 11 at 11 at office of

Jackson ana Sharpe, High st, West Bromwich Buckler, William, Blatchington, Sussox, Builder. May 24 at 3 at office of Edmonds

and Co, Cheapside. Schomlierg, Brighton Budworth, Samnel, Frodlingham, Lincoln, General Dealer. May 17 at 11 at Angel Hotel,

Brigg. Stephenson and Mountain, Gt Grimsby Capstick, Felix, Bristol, Beerhouse Keeper. May 10 at 12 at office of Benson and Car

peDter, Bonk chbrs, Corn st, Bristol Collins, William Henry, High Wycombe, Buckingham, Chair Manufacturer. May 13

at 1 at the Coffee Tavern, Frogmore gardens, High Wycombe. Clarko, High


Cook, Charles, Swansea, Trunk Maker. May 12 at 3 at offices of Evans and Davies, Wind st, Swansea

Cook, Joseph, Oldbnry, Worcester, Plumber. May 16 at 11 at offices of Jackson and

Sharpe, High st, West Bromwich Corbott, Bonjohn, Grimsburv, Northampton, Cattle Salesman. May 11 at 2.30 at office

of Munton and Stockton, High st, Banbury Cottroll, James, Bristol, Saddler. Moy 10 at 12 at offlcos of Horo and Co, High st,

Bristol 1 Cowper, Henry, Spennymoor, Durham, Clothier. May 10 at 11.30 at offices of Edgar,

Silver st, Bishop Auckland Cox, James, Leicester, Corn Dealer. May 11 at 12 at offices of Harris, Frior lane,


Cruwys, George, Ball's Pond rd, Grocer. May 12 at 2 at offices of Coram, Lincoln's inn fields

Cullingford, Robert, West Cowcs, Isle of Wight, Hotel Keeper. May 15 at 11 at offices

of Edmonds and Co, Cheapside. PittiB, Newport Darwin, Henry John, Birmingham, Tailor. May 9 at 11 at offices of Fowke, Colmore

row, Birmingham

Davies, David, Llandebie, Carmarthen, Grocer. May 18 at 12,30 at Dynevor Arms

Hotel, Pnntyffynon, Llandebie. Bishop and Childs, Llandilo Diamond, Zyman, Huntingdon bldgft, Bethnal green, out of business. May 11 at 2 at

offices of Brighten and Parker, Hishopsgate st Without Druiff, Sidney, Wood st, Cheapsido, Millinery Warehouseman. May 16 at 2 at

Masons' Hall Tavern, Masons' avenue, Basinghall St. Myers, Gresham buildings,

Guildhall J ^

Edmund, Henry, Dafen, nr Llanelly, Publican. May 11 at 2 at offices of Jellicoe,

Prospect place, Swansea Evans, Henry Page, Denbigh pi, Pimlico, Grocer. May 11 at 2 at offices of Broad and

Wiltshire, Queen st. Cheaiwide. Mote, South sq. Gray's inn Fairbrother, Frederick Marshall, Manchester, Baker. May 12 at 3 at office of Lcyland,

Moselcy st, Manchester Fane, Henry John, Bury st, St James's, of no occupation. May 19 st 3 at Inns of Conrt

Hotel, Holborn. Davis, Weymouth st, Portland pi Feast, John, and Joseph Feast, George yd, Wardour st, Builders. May 18 at 3 at 1,

Second Floor, Lonsdale bldgs, Chancery lane. Horston, Throgmorton st Flood, John, King's rd, Chelsea, Medical Practitioner. May 0 at 11 at offices of Stol

lard, South Molten st, Oxford st Fogg, James, Wigan, Lancaster, Boot Maker. May 11 at 11 at offices of Byrom, King

st, Wigan

Francis, Susannah, Stalbridge, Dorset. May 5 at 11 at Red Lion Inn, Stalbridge. Balch, Bmton

Frcegord, Alfred, Holloway End, nr Stourbridge, Commission Agent. May 10 at 3 at offlcos of Waldron, High st, Brierley Hill

Frost, Alfred, Coventry, Cabinet Maker. May 11 at 11 at offices of Goate, Little Park st, Coventry

Gorse, Thomas, Orrell, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. May 10 at 11 at office of Wilson, King st, Wigan

Haines, Walter, Knighton, Radnor, Innkeeper. May 15 at 2 at Crown Inn, Knighton.

Green and Peters

Hnmer, Samuel, Chorlcy, Lancaster, Grocer. May 10 at 3 at office of Whitfield, Townhall, Chorley

Hammond, John Thomas, Macclesfield, Chester, Silk Dealer. May 18 at 11 at Brunswick

st, Macclesfield. Killminster Hammond, Nathan, Brighton, Butcher. May 16 at 3 at office of Penfold and Co,

Middle st, Brighton

Harker, George, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Shoemaker. May 10 at 2 at offices of Fardell and

Doshwood, Market st, Ryde Hardaker, James, Bradford, Confectioner. May 12 at 11 at offices of Wilkinson, Kirkgate, Bradford

Hart, James, and James Hart, jun, Coventry, Ribbon Manufacturers. May 10 at 12 at

the Craven Arms Hotel, Coventry. Browett, Coventry Hensman, Arthur John, Goldhawk rd, Hammersmith, Builder. May 15 at 3 at offices

of Nelson and Co, Bennet's hill, Doctors' Commons Higgs, Edward Milward, Stourport, Worcester, Blacksmith. May 22 at 3 at office of

Thursfield, Swan st, Kidderminster Hill, Frederick, Wolverhampton, Oil and Colour Merchant. May 15 at 11 at Queen st,

Wolverhampton. Riley Holdsworth, Robert Moskill, Wakefield, York, Grocer. May 10 at 3 at Royal Hotel,

Wakofiald. Dryden, Wakefield Hollis, Henry, Bury st, Edmonton, Licensed Victualler. May IS at 3 at office of Rumney, Walbrook

Hollway, James, Houghton le Spring, Durham, Grocer. May 11 at 11 at offices of

Graham and Shepherd, John st, Sunderland Howard, Robert. Birmingham, Glass and Colour Merchant. May 12 at 3 at offices of

Jaqucs, Temple row, Birmingham Hudson, Peter, Liverpool, Brass Founder. May 15 at 2 at offico of Dickson and Syers Lord st, Liverpool

Hughes, John, Llonaberis, Carnarvon, Joiner. May 12 at 12.30 at Castle Hotel, Bangor.

Lewis and Edwards, Ruthin Hurley, Abraham, Williton, Somerset, Miller. May 10 at 11 at office of Foster, East st,


Jacobs, George Maurice, Aldersgate st. Fancy Goods Dealer. May 12 at 2 at the

Masons' Hall Tavern, Masons' avenue. Myers, Gresham bldgs, Guildhall Jacobs, Israel, Sunderland, Draper. May 10 at 3 at offices of Asher, Manor pi, Sander

May 15 at 3 at office of Buckby, Gallowtrea


Jacobs, Joseph, Leicester, Fishmonger, gate, Leicester

Jones, William, Hampstead rd, Builder. May 10 at 3 at Martin's ct, Loicester squaro.


Jones, William Garratt, Wrexham, Denbigh, Bookseller. May 12 at 12 at office of

Pierce, Regent st, Wrexham Kahn, Aaron, Hyde rd, Hoxton, Boot Maker. May 10 at 2 at offico of Sydney, Finsbnry


Kelly, Florence, Halifax, Milliner. May 18 at 3 at Pack Horse Hotel, Huddcrsficld.

Freeman, Huddersfield Kirby, Joel, Mexborough, York, Stone Merchant. May 9 at 2 at offico of Nicholson

and Co, East Parade, Sheffield Knight, Robert Hipwell, and Evan Jenkins, Friday st, Mantle Makers. May 11 at 12

at office of Plunkett and Leader, St Paul's Churchyard Langford, Robert, Colyford, Devon, Builder. May 16 at 4 at Colcombc Castle Hotel,

Colyton. Wilton, Colyton Laurent,|William Angelo, Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, Co nfectioner. May 11 at 11.30

at office of Thomas, Market Cross chmbrs, Stockton-on-Tees Levite, Louis, Trinity st, Borough, Solicitors Clerk. May 6 at 12 at office of Thompson

and Co, Gt Dover st, Borough Mason, Christopher Bottomley, Bradford. Waste Dealer. May 11 at 11 at offico of

Beverley and Freeman, Hustlergate, Bradford May, Frederick Francis. Harp lane, Gt Tower st. Printer. Moy 11 at 3 at offico of

Martin and Banks, Qveen st. Cheapsido Mayne, Thomas Smith, Hackney rd, Boot Maker. May 16 at 3 at office of Rudoll,

Watling st

Mills, Edward Thomas, Battlefield, nr Shrewsbury, Salop, Innkeeper. May 12 at 3 at

office of Morris, Swan Hill, Shrewsbury Morrison, Edward, Liverpool, Shipwright. May 11 at 3 at offico of Gibson and

Bolland, South John st, Liverpool. Gregory, Liverpool Morrison, Robert, Swansea, Commission Agent. May 10 at 2 at Royal Talbot Hotel,

Victoria st, Bristol

Movie, Joseph, Broadway, Hammersmith, Chemist. May 16 at 12 at office of Bockett,


Murrells, George, Sudbury, Suflolk, Grocer. May 17 at 11 at Canon st Hotel, Canon sr.

Audrewes and Co, Sudbury Myer, Edward, Liverpool. Auctioneer. May 10 at 11 at offico of Horner, Stafford st,


Nobbs, James John, and William Blako, Park crescent Mews, Crescent rd, Clapham, Carman. May 15 at 3 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Keene and Co, Mark lane

Nolan, AloysiuB Patrick, Levenshulme, nr Manchester, Commercial Traveller. May 18 at 3 at Mitre Hotel, Cathedral yard, Manchester. Leigh, Manchester

Parker, William Henry, Walsall, Stafford, Commercial Traveller. May 10 at 11 at office of Stanley, Bridge st, Walsall

Patmore, Thomas Abraham, Hatfield Brood Oak, Essex, Farmer. May 10 at 12 at office of Baker and Thornycroft, Bishop Stortford, Hertford

Patrick, Archibald Peter, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grocer. May 16 at 11 at offico of Scott White Houso bldgs, Pilgrim st, Newcastle-upon-Tyno

Percy, Thomas, Castleford, York, School Attendance Officer. May 15 at 11 at NorthEastern Hotel, Castleford. Bradley, Castleford

Perkins, George Brett, Nottingham, Provision Merchant. May 10 at 4 at office of Cockayne, Fletcher gate, Nottingham

Phillips, Robert, Bristol, Coach Builder. May 10 at 2 nt office of Clifton and Carter, Broad st, Bristol

Rice, John, Bagshot, Surrey, Miller. May 17 at 12 at George Hotel, Reading. Cave,


Richards, David, Rhantlirmwyn, Carmarthen, Grocer. May 15 at 10.30 at King's Head

Inn, Llandovey. Phillips, Llandovery Ritson, Henry, Cockermouth, Cumberland, Painter. May 16 at 1 at office of Jennings,

Main st, Cockermouth Robertson, John, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tailor. May 12 at 3 at office of Clark, Regent

st, Cheltenham

Rosser, J en kin, Resolven, nr Neath, Glamorgan, Postmaster. May 8 at 11 at office of

Sims, Queen st, Ncnth Rosser, William, Llnngeinor, Glamorgan, Colliery Manager. May 13 at 2.30 at office of

Morgan, Mill st, Pontypridd Sainsbury, Francis Samuel, Wellingborough, Northampton, Draper. May 19 at 3 at

office of Hollier and Battiscombe, Market pi, Leicester Saltonstall, Gilbert, and Arthur Mortimer Brown, Friday st, Silk Importers. May 11

at 12 at Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham st. Bannister, Basinghall st Savage, Robert, Chiswell st, Wholcsalo Milliner. May 10 at 4 at office of Boyes and

Child, Poultry. Morris, Walbrook Selby, Arthur, Sevenoaks, Kent, Steam Plough Proprietor. Moy 15 at 12 at the Crown

Hotel, Sevenoaks. Lepper and Blaxland, Mark lane Sharpin, William John, Norwich, Toboconist. May 11 at 3.S0 at office of Storey and

Cowlond, Theobold'B rd. Gray's inn. Tilett, Norwich Shea, Francis James, Kveleigh st, Tollington pk, Manufacturers' Agent, May 8 at 3 at

offico of Preston and Co. Southampton bldgs, Chancery lone

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