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took place and the mother's claim was barred. B'aiberg s'ates the matter Railways Clauses Act, 1863, or under any special Aot, with respect to the thas in his afidavit: that he levied as execution creditor; that Bentote's approval of working agreements between railway companies, were trang. mother claimed, was cross-examined before the Lord Chief Justice, that her ferred to the Railway Commissioners. claim was barred, and that afterwards be consented to withdraw, the debtor The facts sufficiently appear from the judgmont. paying him something on account.
Ingleder (solicitor) appeared for the Treferig Valley Company, and Morgan From this it is evident that Blaiberg's execution must have been levied (solicitor) for the Great Western Railway Company. before Hollingsworth's bill of sale was tered, or Hollingsworth would The COMMISSIONERS delivered the following judgment:-By the Treferig have claimed and recovered. He does not seem to have claimed. But it is Valley Railway Act, 1879, with which part 3 (relating to working agree. argued that the execution defeated the first bill of sale, and, therefore, Hol. ments) of the Railways Clauses Act, 1863 (26 & 27 Vict. c. 92), is inoor. lingsworth must now prevail. For this, reliance is placed on Richards v. porated, the Treferig Company were authorized to make and maintain a James (L. R. 2 Q. B. 285), which decided that when there were two bills railway, and by section 48 they, on the one hand, and the Great Western of sale under the old Act, one not registered, the latter one registered, and Company and the Taff Company, or either of them, on the other hand, were then an execution by a judgment creditor against whom the holder of the given power from time to time to enter into and carry into effect agreements second bill of sale prevailed, that he was not bound to band over
with respect to the following parposeg, or any of them :goods to the first bill of sale holder. The reason was this: the first
“(1) The use by the Great Western Company and the Taff Company, bill of sale was void against the execution creditor, but the execution or either of them, of the Treferig Company's railways, or any part or parts was void against the second bill of sale, and it would have been absord thereof. to let the holder of the first bill of sale, who had no title against the
“ (2) The regulation, interchange, collection, transmission, and delivery execution creditor, recover the goods through the better title of the holder of traffio coming from or destined for the railways of the contracting of the second bill of sale. But here the execation was levied before the companies, or any or either of them. first bill of sale, not while both were existing, and the holder of the second bill of sale did not recover against the execution creditor, which makes all and distribution of the tolls, rates, income, and profits arising from such
“(3) The fixing, collection, payments, appropriation, apportionment the difference. What has happeced is, that the execution creditor, who traffic. recovered against everybody who then claimed, withdraw his execution,
“(4) The payments to be made and the conditions to be performed with giving back bis goods to the grantor of the second bill of sale. It was
respect to the purposes aforesaid." suggested that this might be treated as a parobase by the mortgagor from
The agreement eubmitted for approval has been made under this section, the execution creditor, so that he acquired a new title. But if this and it provides that it shall continue in force until it is terminated by the argoment were available it would be equally fatal to both bills of sale, as parties jointly. By this agreement the Treferig Company give to the Taff the goods seem to bave been given back after the registration of the second Vale Company the exclusive right to use the railway from the time when it bill of sale. If that were not so it seems clear that, according to Otto pi
is opened for traffic, with power to use it as fully and freely as if it was their Lord Vauz (6 De G. M. & G. 638), that a mortgagor parobasing from a own property, and the exclusive right also of fixing, collecting, and receiv. prior incumbrancer under a power of sale, cannot set up the estate so ing all tolle, races, and fares to be demanded and taken in respect of the acquired against a subsequent incumbrancer under a charge created by him. traffic of the railway both through and local ; and the Taff Vale Company sell. But I am olearly of opinion that the transaction was not a sale by undertake in return to maintain the railway in good working order and the exeontion creditor, but simply a withdrawal of the execution, which, condition, to provide and employ a proper staff
, and the whole of the workfor the purpose of the present question, must be treated as though it bad ing stock required, and to pay to the Treferig Company four per cent. never existed.
per annum on all money raised at any time by shares, mortgages, or other. I think, therefore, that every ground of objection to the plaintiff's claim wise, and expended by the Treferig Company in or about the construction fails. According to Ex parte Allen (L. R. 11 Eq. 209), he is first incum. of the railway, commencing from the time when it is opened for traffio. brancer, and Hollingsworth mast pay to him all the costs oocasioned by
Now it appears to us that the purposes with respect to which the 48th the claim he has made, wbiob I bar by this order.
section authorizes agreements are more limited than those which this Solicitors for the plaintiff, Moresby-White & Co.
agreement embraces. Power to agree as to the use of a railway, and power to Solicitor for the defendants, J. S. Matthews.
agree as to its maintenance, are perfectly distinct subjects; and use and Solicitor for the olaimant, Poncione.
maintenance are treated as separate and distinct purposes in the Railways Clauses Act (26 & 27 Vict. c. 92), part 3, which is incorporated with the
Treferig special Act. The two companies are authorized by that Act to THE RAILWAY COMMISSION.*
enter into agreements with respeot to the use of the railway, but the Aug. 2, 13.- Taf Vale and Treferig Valley Railway Companies v. Great
subject of maintenance is not mentioned, and in the absence of anything in Western Railway Company.
section 48, from which we might infer that maintenance was one of the subjects
about which it was intended that the companies might enter into agreement, Working agreement — Approval — Objections · Ultra vires - Regulation of
we think an agreement by which the Taff Company are to maintain the Railways Act, 1873, s. 10.
railway ought not to have our approval. But the undertaking of the Taff Vale The A. Company applied under section 10 of the Regulation of Railways Act, Company to pay over balf-yearly to the Treferig Company such a sum as 1873 (36 & 37 Vict. c. 48), for the approval of an agreement made between them and the B. Company. The C. Company raised objections to the approval of the also open to objection. The guarantee is not limited to the funds to be
may be necessary to pay interest at four per cent. per annum on their capital is 1879, with which part 3 (relating to working agreements) of the Railway Claudes derived from the user of the Treferig Valley Railway; it requires the Taff Act, 1863 (26 & 27 Vict. c. 92), is incorporated. By the Act of 1879 power was given Vale Company to employ their own funds in case of need. It is a pledge by to the B. Company on the one hand, and the Company
and the A. Company to raise money to make a railway. The Taff Vale Company have certainly
that company of their own funds for the purpose of enabling another company on the other hand, to ecter into agreements with respect to the following purprees:
no authority for giving any such pledge in anything contained in the special (1) The use by the C. Company and the A. Company, or either of them, of the Act, and they would probably go beyond the scope of any legal powers they B. Company's railways.
have were they so to employ their funds. These, we ibink, are sufficient (2) The regulation, &c., of traffic coming from or destined for the railways of reasons why we should decline to approve the agreement, and accordingly the the contracting parties.
agreement is not approved. (3) The fixing, apportionment, and distribution of the tolls, rates, income, and profits arising from such traffic.
Solicitors for the Treferig Valley Railway Company, Ingledew & Ince, for (4) The payments to be made and the conditions to be performed with respect
Ingledew, Ince, & Vachell, Cardiff. to the purposes aforesaid.
Solicitor for the Great Western Railway Company, R. R. Nelson.
SOLICITORS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. mortgages, or otherwise, and expended by the B. Company in or about the con- The usual monthly meeting of the board of directors of this association was struction of the railway. Held, that the agreement could not be approved, because the 8. Company's Act inst., the following directors being present : Messrs. Asker (Norwich), Brook,
held at the Law Institution, Chincery.lane, London, on Wednesday the 9th of 1879'did not authorize the two companies to enter into agreements with respect Hedger, Kays, Keen, Lewis (Wrexham), Mellersh (Godalming), Pennington, to the maintenance of the railway, but only with respect to the use of the aih: Rickman, Roscoe, Smith. Veley (Chelmsford), Walters, and Woolbert (Mr. B. Company's Act of 1879), treasing use and maintenance as separate and distinst Eiffe, secretary). Mr. Philip Rickman (London) was elected chairman, and purposes ; and also because the undertaking of the A. Company to pay over Mr. Herbert Tritton Sankey (Canterbury) deputy.chairman, of the board for hall-yearly to the B. Company such a sum amight be pecessary to puy interest the current year ; a sum of £380 was distributed in grants of relief amoug at four per cent. per annum on their capital was ultra vires , such guarantee not necessitous solicitors and their widows and families ; thirteen new members being limited to the funds to be derived from the user of the B. Railway, it were added to the association ; the receipt of a beqnest to the association was requiring the A. Company to employ their own funds in case of Deed.
announced of nineteen guineas under the will of the late W. Coleman Gill, This was an application for the approval of a working agreement by Esq., of Bath, solicitor; aud other general business was transacted. tbe Taff Vale and Treferig Valley Railway Companies, the Great Western Railway Company objecting.
The applicatio was under the 10th section of the Regulation of Railways The Solicitors' Benevolent Association has just received a donation of ten Act, 1873, whereby the powers of the Board of Trade, ander part 3 of the guineas from the worshipful the Mayor of Wolverhampton, and president of
the Wolverhampton Law Association (Herbert Charles Owen, Esq.), in addition • Reported by W. H. MACNAMARA, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
to bis previous payment of ten guineas as a life member of the association,
Mr. HERBERT CHARLES Owen, solicitor, of Wolverhampton, has been LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.
elected Mayor of that borough for the enguing year. Mr. Owen was admitted
a solicitor in 1872. Mr. Wynne Edwin Baxter, solicitor, of 9, Lawrence Pountney-bill, and
Mr. John Eustace Grubbe, barrister, has been elected Mayor of the Lewes, who has been selected as the first Mayor of the newly-incorporated borough of Southwold for the ensuing year. Mr. Grubbe was called to the borough of Lew has also been elected an Alderman for that borough
bar at the Inner Temple in Trinity Term, 1841. Mr. MONTAGUE SPENCER BLAKER, solicitor, has been elected Town Clerk of the newly.incorporated borough of Lewes. Mr. Blaker was admitted a
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. solicitor in 1869. He is registrar of the Lewes County Court, and was, till William Henry MAWDDLEY, and THOMAS Hughes, solicitors (Mawdsley recently, clerk to the Local Improvement Commissioners.
& Hughes), Bolton, Lancashire. November 10. The business will be carried Mr. WILLIAM Henry COBB, solicitor, of York, has been appointed Under. on by the said Thomas Hughes on his separate account. Sheriff of that city for the ensuing year. Mr. Cobb was admitted a solicitor
[Gazette, Nov. 15, 1881.] in 1854.
Mr. EDWARD CUBITT FRANCIS, solicitor (of the firm of Winter & Francis), of Norwich, has been appointed Under-Sheriff of that city for the ensuing year. Mr. Francis was admitted a solicitor in 1862.
COMPANIES. Mr. THOMAS GEORGE GIBSON, solicitor, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, has been appointed Sheriff of the town and county of the town of Newcastle-upon
WINDING-UP NOTICES. Tyne for the ensuing year. Mr. Gibson was admitted a solicitor in 1851. He
Joint Stock COMPANIES. is honorary secretary to the Newcastle Incorporated Law Society.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY, Mr. John Wright Guide, solicitor, of Gloucester, has been appointed COALVILLE, BRICE AND TERRACOTTA COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up,
presented Nov 4, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Nov 19. Wright, Leicester, Registrar of the Newnham County Court (Circuit No. 53), in succession to solicitor for the petitioner Mr. John Wakefield Barrup, resigned. Mr. Guise is the son of Mr. Francis LA CONCEPCION GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Edward Guise, recorder of Hereford and clerk of the peace for Gloucestershire,
Nov 5, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Nov 19. Brandons, Essex st, Strand,
solicitors for the petitioner. and he was admitted a solicitor in 1830.
LAMBERT, GRAY, AND COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Nov 8, Mr. John HENRY Jones, solicitor and notary, of Gloucester, has been
directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Nov 19. Ashurst and Co, Old Jewry,
solicitors for the petitioners appointed Under-Sheriff of that oity for the ensuing year. Mr. Jones was LAMBERT, GRAY, AND COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Nov 4, admitted a solicitor in 1874.
directed to be heard before Chitty, J. on Nov 26. Goldberg and Langdon, West st, Mr. ANDREW PARKER, solicitor, of Newnham, has been appointed Registrar LOCAL FISH MARKETS, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Nov 3, directed to
Finsbury circus, solicitors for the petitioners of the Winchcomb County Court (Circuit No. 53), in succession to Mr. be heard before Chitty, J., on Nov 19. Wilson and Co, Copthall bldgs, solicitors for William Smitb, deceased. Mr. Parker has been for several years deputy Nibe BRONPLOYD COMPANY, LIMITED.--Chitty, J., has fixed Monday, Nov 21, at 12, at registrar of the Newnham County Court. He was admitted solicitor in 1876.
his chambers, for the appointmentlof an official liquidator Mr. Thomas Robson, solicitor, of York, has been appointed Clerk to the ONLLWIN AND DULAIS COLLIERY COMPANY, LIMITED. --Creditors are required, on or
before Dec 10, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or Pocklington Board of Guardians, Assessment Committee, and Rural Sanitary
claims, to William Waddell, 1, Queen Victoria st. Monday, Dec 19, at 12, is Authority, and Superintendent Registrar for the district, in succession to the appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims. lute Mr. Richard Boulby Bell, of Pocklington. Mr. Robson was admitted a PATENT COMPOSITE FIXe Light COMPANY, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or solicitor in 1880.
before Nov 30, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts
or claims, to Walter Winder Feast, 27, Mincing lane. Wednesday, Dec 7, at 12, is Mr. JOSEPH AYNSLEY DAVIDSON SHIPley, solicitor (of the firm of Hoyle, appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims Shipley, & Hoyle), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, has been appointed Under: Scotch BANK, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before Dec 1, to send their
names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to William Henry Sheriff of the town and county of the town of Newcastle-upon-Tyne for the
Thurston, 118, Bishopsgate st.* Thursday, Dec 8, at 12, is appointed for hearing and en-uing year. Mr. Shipley was admitted a solicitor in 1862.
adjudicating upon the debts and claims
[Gazette, Nov. 11.]
Argus NEWSPAPER COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Hall, V.C., dated Nov Mr. LUMLEY SMITH, Q.C., and Mr. William Potter, Q.C., have been
4, it was ordered that the above company be wound up. Turner, Serjeants' inn, elected Benchers of the Inner Temple.
Chancery lane, solicitor for the petitioners Mr. WARREN WILLIAMS ARROWSMITH TREE, solicitor, of Worcester and
Astox STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Chitty, J., dated Nov 5,
it was ordered that the above company be wound up. Burn, Clement's lane, Lombard Malvern, has been appointed Uoder-Sheriff of the City of Worcester for the st, solicitor for the petitioners ensuing year. Mr. Tree is the son of Mr. James Tree, solicitor. He was BIRMINGHAM Acorn Hotel COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Chitty, J., admitted in 1876.
dated Nov 5, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the above company be
continued. "Robinson and Co, Lincoln's-inn-fields, agents for Rowlands and co, Mr. WILLIAM WARMAN, solicitor, of Stroud, has been appointed Clerk to Birmingham, solicitors for the petitioners the Stroud Board of Guardians, Assessment Committee, and Rural Sanitary GENERAL MINERAL Water Supply Association, LIMITED.-Chitty, J., has fixed Authority, and Superintendent Registrar for the district in succession to Mr.
Thursday, Nov 21, at 12, at his chambers, for the appointment of an official liquidator
OIL VARNISH MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED. By an order made by Bacon, V.C. Alfred Jobo Driver, deceased. Mr. Warman was admitted a solicitor in 1860. dated Nov 5, it was ordered that the above company be wound up. Jenkinson and
Co, Frederick's pl, Old Jewry, solicitors for the petitioners
5, it was ordered that the above company be wound up. Flint and Gardner, St Helen's LAWYER MAYORS.
pl, solicitors for the petitioner Mr. John Hughes, solioitor (of the firm of Miller, Peel, & Hughes), of ST. VINCENT'S Rocks HOTEL COMPANY, LIMITED:--By an order made by Fry, J., dated
Nov 4, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the above company be conLiverpool, has been eleoted Mayor of that boroagh for the ensuing year. tinued. Clarke and Co, Lincoln's-inn-fields, solicitors for the petitioner Mr. Hoghes is a magistrate for the borough. He was admitted a solicitor Tawe TIN PLATE COMPANY, LIMITED.--Petition for winding up, presented Nov. 11, in 1861.
directed to be heard before Hall, V.C., on Nov 25. Crowder and Co, Lincoln's-inn
fields, agents for Gaskoin and Fry, Swansea, solicitors for the petitioners Mr. JOSEPA GRIFFITH, solicitor, of Newcastle-under-Lyne, has been WETLEY BRICK AND POTTERY COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Hall, V.C., elected Mayor of that borough for the ensuing year. Mr. Griffith was
dated Nov 4, it was ordered that the above company be wound up. Russell, Coleman st, solicitor for the petitioners
TGazette, Nov. 15.] admitted a solicitor in 1875.
UNLIMITED IN CHANCERY. Mr. John OSBORNE SMETHAM, solicitor and potary, of Lyon, has been MIDDLESBROUGH, Redcar, SALTBURN-BY-THE-SEA, AND CLEVELAND DISTRICT PERelected Mayor of that borough for the sixth time. Mr. Smetbam was MANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY.-Kay, J., has by an order, dated Sept 16, admitted a solicitor in 1834.
appointed William Barclay Peat, Middlesbrough, and John Vernon Cooper, joint
official liquidators. Creditors are required, on or before Dec 8, to send their names Mr. BORLASE CHILDS, solicitor, of Liekeard, has been re-elected Mayor of and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to the above. Tuesday, that borough for the ensuing year. Mr. Childs was admitted a solicitor in PENARTA, SULLY, AND BARRY RAILWAY COMPANT.-Creditors are required, on or before
Jan 10 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims. 1869.
Dec 13, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, Mr. Jonn Blick, solicitor, of Droitwich, has been re-elected Mayor of
to Horace Woodburn Kirby, 4, Coleman st. Thursday, Dec 22, at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts or claims
[Gazette, Nov. 11.] that borough for the ensuing year. Mr. Blick was admitted a solicitor in
COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER. 1852, and is clerk to the county magistrates at Droit wiob.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY. Mr. RICHARD NICHOLAS HOWARD, solicitor, of Weymouth and Portland, has IBON, STEEL, AND HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED. -- Petition for winding up, presented
Nov 9, directed to be heard before the V.C., at his chambers, 21, Old sq, Lincoln's inn, been re-elected Mayor of Weymouth for the ensuing year. Mr. Howard was
on Monday, Nov 21. Barrell and Co, Liverpool, solicitors for the petitioner admitted a solicitor in 1855. He is coroner for the Island of Portland, and
(Gazette, Nov. 11.] clerk to the Portland Local Board,
UNLIMITED IN CHANCERY.
LONGSIGAT PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY.-By an order made by the V.O., Mr. EDWARD ROBERTS, solicitor (of the firm of Lloyd & Roberts), of dated Nov 1, it was ordered chat the above society be wound up. Dowse, Manchester, Ruthin, has been elected Mayor of that borough for the ensuing year. Mr. solicitor for the petitioner
[Gazette, Nov, 11.] Roberts was admitted a solicitor in 1876.
STANNARIES OF CORNWALL.
MEDLYN Moor MINING COMPANY.-Petition for winding up, presented Nov. 7, directed Mr. Henry CROMWELL WILKINS, solicitor, of Chipping Norton, bas been to be heard before the Vice-Warden, at the Prince's Hall, Truro, on Nov 21, at 11. elected Mayor of that borough for the ensuing year. Mr. Wilkins was ad- Affidavits intended to be used at the hearing, in opposition to the petition, must be mitted a solicitor in 1871.
filed at the Registrar's Office, Truro, on or before Nov 22, and notice thereof must at
the same time be given to the petitioner or his solicitors. Hodge and Co, Truro, Mr. JAMES Watson, solicitor, of Hall and Hedon, has been elected Mayor of petitioner's solicitors
[Gazette, Nov, 11.] Hedon for the ensuing year. Mr. Watson was admitted a solicitor in 1869.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. Mr. EDOAR BOND, solicitor, of Eye, has been elected Mayor of that borongh FeiendLY Society, Old Sportsman inn, Steeple Claydon, Buckingham. Nov 7 for the ensuing year. Mr. Bond was admitted a solicitor in 1859. He is one INDEPENDENT ORDER OF MAsons. Shawforth, near Rochdale. Nov 12
| Gazette, Nov, 11. of the borough aldermen, and registrar of the Eye and Diss County Courts.
[Gazette, Nov. 15.
District registrar.-One calendar month, dating from the end of the August LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL.
sitting of the court; one week at Christmas-namely, from the 22nd to the
28th of December, both inclusive ; and one week at Easter-namely, from the LAW STUDENTS' DEBATING SOCIETY.
Wednesday before Easter day to the Tuesday in Easter week, both inclusive.
Assistant registrar.-Such period not exceeding one calendar month as may Tuesday, November 15.-Mr. Kirk in the chair.—Messre. A. St. J. Steven. elapse between the expiration of one calendar month after the end of the sen, H. H. Richardson, F. N. Chapple, R. B. Pope, D. Hick, and M. J. August sittings of the court and the period fixed for the commencement of the Greener were elected members. Mr. E. G. Spiers opened in the affirmative October sittings of the court; one week at Christmas—namely, from the 29th of the question appointed for discussion, which was as follows: "A. employed B. December to the 4th of January, both inclusive, and one week at Whitsuntide to collect the rents of certain property, the latter contracting to pay the rents .-namely, from the Friday before till the Thursday after Whit Sunday, both to him (A.) when received. *A. afterwards assigned the property to C. B., inclusive. having continued to collect the rents, was sued by A. upon his contract. Could That the clerks in the office be allowed such vacations as the district B., in the absence of any claim on the part of the assignee, resist A.'s action ? " registrar, with the consent, in writing, of the Vice-Chancellor shall appoint. - Biddle v. Bond (34 L. J. Q. B. 137); Kingsman v. Kingsman (L. R. 6 Q. B.D.
XI.-That no clerk in the office be allowed, under any pretext wbatsoever, 122); A debate ensued. in which the affirmative view was supported by Messrs. to receive payment for office work done out of office bours. Breach of this Child, P. T. Rhys, C. E. Barry, and Lemon, and the negative view by Messrs. rule to render clerk liable to instant dismissal. F. J. Green, E. Williams, Handcock, and Richardson. The opener having
XII.—That the present head clerk, Mr. Ryland, be paid by a fixed yearly replied, the chairman summed up, and the question on being put to the meet- salary of £ and that any profits accruing to the office by copyiog done by ing was decided in the negative by nine votes to six. The following is the stationers be carried to the general credit of the Suitors' Fund Account. subject for debate on the 22nd inst. : “ That the prosecutions promoted by the
XIII.- That the present offices of the court be altered so as to give to the Church Association under the Pablic Worship Regulation and the Church district registrar and to the assistant registrar private rooms for the transaction Discipline Acts are impolitic.”
XIV.-Tbat any solicitor desiring to obtain tıxation of a bill of costs may UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.
obtain an appointment for such taxation, notwithstanding that his bill has
not then been voucbed. But such bill must be properly vouched before the At a meeting held at the Law Institution on the 7th inst., Mr. Bartrum in same is brought in for taxation, and if it be not so vouched the taxation tte chair, the moot for discussion—"Should the posting of a letter be deemed thereof will not be proceeded with. All costs incurred by reason of an to affect the person to whom it is addressed, although it never in fact reaches unvouched bill of costs having been brought in for taxation shall be dealt with him ?"-was opened by Mr. Parsons in the negative. Mr. Parsons was by the district registrar or assistant registrar, as the case may be, subject, supported by Messrs. Lomas and Rosher, and opposed by Messrs. Collyer and novertheless, to appeal to the Vice-Chancellor, whose decision shall be final. Bates. The opener having replied, the chairman summed up, and the question on being put to the meeting was decided in the negative. Members present, 9; visitor, 1. At a meeting held at Clement's-ion Hall on the 9th inst., Mr. D'A. B.
CREDITORS' CLAIMS. Collyer in the chair, Mr. Mott-Whitehouse inoved, “ That the present system of trading, miscalled Free Trade, is injurious to England.” Mr. Whitehouse was opposed by Messrs. Tillotson, Robinson, Blackwell, and Spence, and
CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY. sapported by Mr. Parsons. The opener replied, and the chairman having HARVEY, MABY Ann, Mutford, Suffolk. Dec 1. Wright v Woods, Chitty, J. Reeve,
LAST DAY OF PROOF. summed up, the motion was put to the meeting and declared lost. Members
Lowestoft present, 14 ; visitors, 3. The committee bas awarded the Union Prize to HongSOX, JOHN BELLSHAW, Kingston-upon-Hpll, Wine Merchant. Dec 5. Hodgson v Mr. F, W. Steere, of the Birmingham Law Students' Society.
Beecroft, Fry, J. Walker, Hull
Hall, V.C. Gardiner and Co, John st, Adelphi
OVEY, HENRY, Roydon, Essex,
Broadbent v Barrow, Fry, J. Lawford, In en appendix to the report of the Liverpool Incorporated Law Society we
STOCKEN, WILLIAM, Baldock, Hertford, Solicitor. Dec 1. Obert v Stocken, Hall. V.C find the following suggestions of the Vice-Chancellor as to the improvement
Andrew, Gt James st, Bedford row
[Gazette, Nov. 4.) in the practice and procedure in the Palatine Chancery Coart and the offices Benyon, SAMUEL ASHTON YATE, Stetchworth, Cambridge, Lieutenant in Her Majesty's thereof :
63rd Regiment. Dec 8. Benyon v Hervey, Chitty, J. Wright, Fenchurch st 1.-That the Vice Chancellor reside within the district of the Palatine
EARP, HENRY SMITH, Wolverhampton, Dec 19. Earp v Earp, Hall, V.C. Colebourn,
Wolverhampton Court, or within easy access of the towns of Liverpool and Manchester. FELL, JOSEPH, Parlour Door Keeper of the Bank of England. Dec 9. Fell v Fell. Fry, II.-That instead of sittings being held as now in London, there be held a
J. Randall, Copthall bldgs sitting of the court one day in eaob week alternately in Liverpool and Man
HORSFALL, JOIN, Butcher hill, near Todmorden, Lancaster, Gentleman. Dec 10. Briggs chester when the Palatine Court is not in regular session, and when the High MIDGLEY, GEORGE, Kingston-upon-Hull, Grocer. Nov 28. Midgley v Booth, Hall, V.C.
v Wadsworth, Fry, J. Blomley, Todmordən Court is sitting. But that power be reserved to the Vice-Chancellor to Jackson, Kingston-upon-Hull adjourn any sitting to London if he shall think it proper so to do, and to dis
REVELL, HENRY ALBERT READE, Cavendish rd, Brondesbury. Dec 16. Revell v Revell, pose of any extra costs consequent thereon as he shall direct.
Chitty, J. Rooke, Lincoln's iun fields
RICHARDS, EVAX MATTHEW, Brooklands, near Swansea, Colliery Proprietor, Dec 16. III.-That doring the regular sittings of the Palatine Court, the Vice- Dillwyn v Richards, Chitty, J. Richards, Swansea Chancellor sball on two days in each week sit in chambers, on sach days and
ROYLE, GEORGE BRADBURY, Lovell's ct, Paternoster row, Bookbinder. Dec 1. Cullen at soch hours as he may appoint, to hear and dispose of summonses adjourned WHALLEY, GEORGE, Chorley, Lancaster, Plasterer. Dec 5. Holliday v Blacklidge,
v Royle, Hall, V.C. Hare, Pinner's ct, Old Broad st for hearing before him, and that the practice in respect of such adjourned Bacon, v.0. Jackson, Chorley summouses be, as far as possible, assimilated to that of the High Court. WILDMAN, John. Baildon Wood Bottom, near Shipley, York, Contractor. Dec 15. IV.-Tbat if the suggestions I., II., and III. be adopted, the clerk of the
Wildman v Wildman, Fry, J. Neill, Bradford Vice-Chancellor do also reside witbio tbe district or within easy access of
WOOLFOOT, JAMES, Leeds, Innkeeper. Dec 10. Nutter v Dennison, Hall, V.C. Perkins,
Sherburn, near South Milford Liverpool and Manchester, and that he be paid a salary of £300 per annum,
[Gazette, Nov 8.] instead of, as at present, receiving £50 certain, 59. for each order made in London, and the payments dow made to him for attendance on the Vice
CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 25. Chancellor when the court is sitting at Liverpool or Manchester.
LAST DAY OF CLAIM. V.-That the district registrar's appointment book be during office hours BARTES, Osmond, Faversham, Kent, Coal Merchant. Dec 3. Tassell and Son, Faveropen to public inspection at the registrar's office, and that nothing but the business appointments of the office be entered therein.
BEBB, HORATIO, Gloucester pl, Portman sq, Esq. Dec 19. Garrard and Co, Suffolk st,
Pall Mall East VI.-That a further officer be appointed on the permanent staff of the BRODIE, GEORGE SIXclair, Pembridge sq, Bayswater, Esq. Dec 12. Rose and Co, registrar's office, to be called “the assistant registrar,” at a salary of not Great George st, Westminster exceeding £500 per annum.
BUTLER, JOHN MATTIEW, Honiton, Devon, Doctor of Medicine. Dec 31. Hores and VII. - That such assistant registrar shall in all matters act under the CARR, SOPHIA, Bootham, York. Dec 3. Taylor, ɔld Burlington st
Pattisson, Lincoln's inn fields guidance and control of the district registrar, but that the duties more im- Collier, Martha, Plymouth, Devon, Gentlewoman. Feb 2. Wilson, Plymouth mediately devolving upon him shall be-(a) to attend sales made under the COLLIER, MARY HINGston, Plymouth. Feb 2. Wilson, Plymouth order and direction of the court ; (b) to tax costs; (c) to take examinations
Davis, JOSEPH BARNARD, Shelton, Stafford, M.D., F.S.A., F.R.S. Dec 26. Jackson,
Hanley and cross-examinations of witnesses ; (a) to prosecute ordinary class inquiries, Fraser, Jonn, Great St Helen's, Merchant. Feb 1. Johnsons and Co, Austin Friars inquiries as to next of kin, heirsbips, and the like, and to take ordinary HIBBERT, WILLIAM TERLow, Princes gate, Hyde Park, Esq. Nov 30. Freshfields and accounts.
VIII.- That in addition to the duties above specifically mentioned, the HOTA HOS HOBATIO NELSON Sandys, Cricket St Thomas, Chard. Doc 17. Hallett, assistant registrar shall, if and when required so to do by the district registrar, HowoRTH, WILLIAM, Bedford, a Commander in the Royal Navy. Dec 17. Hallett, attend the Vice-Chancellor in court, and transact such other business of the ISAAC, HENRY, Warrington crescent, Maida Vale. Nov 30. Grover and Humphreys, office as the district registrar may from time to time direct.
King's Bench walk, Temple IX.--That during the periods when the district registrar shall be absent KIMBER, CLARISSA Ellen, Norwich. Nov 24. Miller and Co, Bank chmbrs, Norwich from the office, for vacation or any other reasonable cause, the district registrar Law, David, Beckenbam, Kent. Dec 31.
Last and Sons, Queen Victoria st may, in writing onder his band, appoint tbe assistant registrar to transact all | PASCALL, HENRY, Bromley, Kent, Brickmaker. Jan 20. Collins and Wilkinson, King business now transacted by the district registrar; and the assistant registrar shall thereupon transact all sach business accordingly.
PERRY, ROBERT, Crewkerne, Somerset, Banker. Dec 31. Sparks and Blake, Crewkerne X.–That the district registrar and the assistant registrar shall henceforth RICHARDS, ALEXANDER, Guilford st, Russell sq, Gent. Dec 2. White, Epsom be entitled to the following vacations in each year, namely:
RIGIY, HENRY, Clanricarde gdns, Bayswater, Retired General. Dec 1.
Nov 30 at 12
Pet Nov 4.
SAYER, Edwin COBOURG, Rutland st, Hampstead rd, Gent. Dec 15. Sayer, Maindee,
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.
ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON WALKER, THOMAS, Nottingham, Maltster. Dec 20. Watson and Co, Nottingham
COURT OT WELSTEAD, ANNE MARIA HARRIETT, Kimbolton, Huntingdon. Nov 30. Newman and
V.O. Bacon. V.C, HALL.
TGazette, Nov. 4.] Monday, Nov......... 21 Mr. Clowes Mr. Leach Nr. Ward
Pemberton Wednesday.. 23 Clowes
Ward LEGAL NEWS.
Latbam Pemberton Discussing the Government Bankruptcy Bill on Tuesday evening, at a
Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Mr. Justice meeting of the Manchester Law Students' Society, Dr. Pankhurst said that
KAY. the Government Bill provided for the appointment of an official receiver, but Monday, Nny........ 21 Mr. Teesdale Mr. King Mr. Cobby vested in the Board of Trade power to appoint and control him. He sub. Tuesday
Merivale Jackson mitted that that was inadmissible. The official receiver should be attached to Wednesday.
23 Teesdale King
Cobby the court, and to the court should in all respecto be responsible. When the Thursday
25 Teesdale King creditors were duly assembled, the official receiver presiding, they should have Friday
Cobby 26 Farrer
Merivale Jackson full power to determine in a preliminary way, by ordinary resolution, whether Saturday. the estate should be wound up in bankruptcy, or be realized by arrangement, or under a composition. The ordinary resolution should be confirmed by a
LONDON GAZETTES. special resolution, grounded upon a prior statement transmitted to each creditor of the terms of the proposal, together with a report thereon by the official receiver. If the special confirming resolution should be passed, then
Bankrupts. the official receiver should report the terms of arrangement or composition to
FRIDAY, Nov 11, 1881. the court, who might approve of the same if deemed reasonable and for the
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. benefit of the creditors; when so approved the same should become absolutely
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
To Surrender in London, binding: In such method of procedure there were provided for the creditors, Bannerman, Edward Mordaunt, Bury st, St James, of no occupation. Pet Nov 8. os a body, the necessary securities of official information, sull opportunity for Murray. Nov 25 at 11 deliberation, and judicial supervision. The Goveroment Bill proceeded upon Burford, James, High st, Hampstead, Builder. Pet Nov 8. Brougham, Nov 22 at 11
Booth, Lionel, Duchess st, Portland pl. Pet Nov 8. Murray. Nov 25 at 11.30 that plan, but without reason prescribed that a special resolution should Evans, William Dennett, and Hemington Cant, Marsh Gate lane, Stratford, Dye Manuinitiate, and ordinary resolution should confirm; it also most indefensibly pro- facturers. Motion Nov 10. Brougham. Nov 22 at 12.30 posed to postpone the confirming resolution until the bankrupt bad passed' his Green, Frederick John Church lane, Whitechapel, Leather Bag Manufacturer. Pet
Nov 9. Brougham. Nov 22 at 12 public examination, and empowered the court to refuse to confirm the
To Surrender in the Country. arrangement or composition if the bankrupt had been guilty of misconduct | Beynon, Isaac, Narberth, Pembroke, Grocer. Pet Nov 7. Parry. Pembroke Dock, which would affect his discharge. It was an error to mix up, as the Govern
Pet Nov 7. ment Bill did, questions relative to the action of the creditors in administering Davenport, George, the elder, Nantwich, Chester, Boot and Shoe Dealer. the estate with questiors affecting the conduct of the bankrupt, which Hildred, Alexander, Barnsley, York, Saddler. Pet Nov 7. Bury. Barnsley, Nov 25 at 11 simply concerned his liberation from undischarged debts. Above all, the Micklewood, Philip Henry, Plymouth, Dealer in Paper Waste. Pet Nov 7. Gidley. declaration of the Government Bill, that no composition should be valid unless
East Stonehouse, Nov 24 at 12
Payne, Ephraim, Leicester, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. Pet Nov 7. Ingram. it provided for the payment of not less than five shillings in the pound, was Leicester, Nov 21 at 12 distinctly contrary to principle. The creditors alone were fit judges on that Pearson, Zachariah Charles, Kingston upon Hull, Coal Merchant. Pet Nov 8. Rollit. point. When in meeting assembled the creditors should have full power to
Kingston upon Hull, Nov 29 at 3 appoint a trustee of the estate, which appointment should be confirmed by the Shearburn, William, Joseph, Dorking, Surrey, Surveyor.
Rawnsley, James, Bradford, York, Grocer. Pet Nov 9. Lee. Bradford, Nov 22 at 12
Rowland, court. The Government Bill, while vesting in the creditors the power Croydon, Nov 25 at 2 to appoint a trustee, introduced the Board of Trade as the confirming Watson, William, Wednesbury, Stafford, Innkeeper. Pet Nov 7. Clarke. Walsall
Nov 24 at 3 authority. In his opinion the power to confirm ought certainly to be in the
TUESDAY, Nov. 15, 1881. court, and it was quite impossible to conceive that anything but mischief
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. could arise from the intervention of the Board of Trade. The remunera
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. tion of the trustee should be secured partly upon the basis of a scale and
To Surrender in London.
Pet July 13, partly upon a special report by the committee of inspection or the official Blandy, Alfred Addison, Brook st, Grosvenor sq, Surgeon Dentist, receiver, subject to the sanction of the court. The Government Bill Hall, James Walter Cressy, Park lane, Hyde Park, Forage Contractor. Pet Nov 11. endeavoured to secure those objects, but without just reason substituted for Pepys. Nov 29 at 11 the court the Board of Trade. The clauses in the Government Bill placing Palmer; W: 1:3 Bolton rd, St John's Wood, of no occupation. Pet Nov 10. Hazlitt. the trustee under adequate responsibility as to receipts, payments, &c., did Richardson, John, Shrewsbury rd, Willesden, Builder. Pet Nov 10. Hazlitt. Nov 30, not seem workable. What were wanted were a district comptroller, the at 12.30 report of the official receiver, and the ccntrolling authority of the court.' By Springall
, John, Beaconsfield terrace, Fulham, Builder. Pet Nov 10. Hazlitt. Nov 30, the action of such arrangements direct responsibility would be applied to the Temple, Leofrie, King's Bench, Walk, Temple, Counsel. Pct Nov 11. Pepys. Nov 30, trustee upon the spot by competently informed authority.
To Surrender in the Country.
Hope. Wigan, Noy 29 at 11
Dawes, Joseph, Brynmawr, Brecon, Outfitter. Pet Nov 11. Shepard. Tredegar, Nov Nov, 21.-Messrs. SMALLPEICE & Bishop, at the Mart, at 1 p.m., Reversions (see advertisement, Nov. 12, p. 18).
Evans, Henry, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan, Grocer. Pet Aug 29. Spickett. Pontypridd,
Nov 26 at 12
Hall, William Hnery, Manchester. Pet Nov 14. Lister. Manchester, Nov 28 at 12
Macfarlane, John, Cavendish rd, Tottenham, Builder. Pet Nov 11. Pulley. Edmonton, Nov. 25.- Messrs. NORTON, TRIST, WATNEY, & Co., at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Roversions (eee advertisement, Nov. 12, p. 18).
Paley, Robert, Low Harrogato, York, Grocer. Pet Nov 10. Perkins. York, Nov 28 at 11
Spooner, Richard Lechmere Wilberforce, Westou super Mare, Gent. Pet Nov 12. At the Stock and Share Auction Company's sale held on Friday at their Lovibond. Bridgwater, Nov 28 at 11 sale room, Crown-court-buildings, Old Broad-street, the following were
Shaw, William Edward, Birmingham, Boot and Shoe Maker. Pet Nov 10, Parry.
Birmingham, Dec 1 at 2 amongst the prices obtained :-French Date Coffee sbares, 13s.; Exchequer | Wood, Joseph, 'Nottingham, Picture Frame Maker's Manager. Pet Nov 11. Patchitt. Gold and Silver Mines, 2s. 6d.; Old Shepherd's Mines, £1 fully paid, 15s. ; Nottingham, Nov 28 at 11 Royal Aquarium Summer and Winter Garden Society, £5 ordinary sbares,
BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. £3 10s. ; Junior Army and Navy Stores, £1 shares, 15s. 6d. ; Greys Brewery, Featherstonhaugh, William. Oct 25
FRIDAY, Nov. 11, 1881. £10 6 per cent. debentures, £9 158.; Bodidris Mining Company, £1 shares,
Liquidations by Arrangement. 3s. 60. ; L'anrwst Lead Mining shares, 25. 6d. ; Confederate Dollar Bonds,
FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Great Western, Great Eastern, and North-Eastern Railways were dealt in at
Friday, Nov, 11, 1881. market prices. Tuesday, November 15, the following were amongst the Ashton, Thomas William, London, rd, Lower Clapton, Licensed Victualler. Nov 24 at prices obtained :-Didcot, Newbury, and Southampton Rails, £10, preference Allsop, John, Castle Hotel, Dudley, Worcester, Licensed Victualler, Nov 28 at 11 at shares, £2 paid, 32s. 6d. ; Central Wynaad Gold Mines, £1 sbares, 103. paid, offices of Shakespeare, Church st, Oldbury par : Wala Wypaad Indian Gold Mines, £1 shares fully paid, 7s. ; Oriental Bates, Thomas, Bilston, Stafford, Pavior. Nov 26 at 11 at offices of Whitehouse, Queen Telephone, £1 shares, 10s. paid, par ; Wypaad District Gold Mines, £1 sbares, Bees, William, Prince's-mews, Regent's pk rd, Cab Proprietor. Nov 29 at 3 at office of fully paid, 10s. ; Alhambra Company, £10 sbares, fully paid, £9 78. 6d. ; Rabbidge,
King st, Cheapside. Bird, Bedford row Hingston Down Consols Mines, £1 shares, 138. paid, 188. 64. ; Gold Hill Mines, Booth, Joe, Upperbridge, Homfirth, York, Grocer. Nov 28 at 11.30 at the King's Head £1 shares, fully paid, 138. ; Pioneer Mining, 178.; Roval Aquarium Preference Booth, John. Gilstead Moor nr Bingley, York, Beerhouse Keeper. Nov 24 at 11 at office shares 4 9-16, ordinary shares, 23; Grand Trunk, 3; Turks, 71; Spanish of Hutchinson, Piccadilly chmbrs, Bradford Three per Cents, Peruvian Five per Cents, Confederate Bonds, Indian Boulton, Charles, Wolverhampton, Lock and Latch Manufacturer. Nov 24 at 11 at Trevelyans, Glenrock, Phoenix, and Rio Tinto shares were dealt in at market Bragg, Walford, Heath, Bedford. Wine and Spirit Merchant, Nov 22 at 11 at the Hunt quotations,
Hotel, Linslade. Roberts, Luton
26 at 12
Dec 2 at 11
at 12 30
Breyenzer, Henry, Clarence rd, Hackney, Baker. Dec 1 at 3 at 33, Kingsland green, Richards, Edward, Crewe, Chester, Stonemason. Nov 28 at 11 at office of Hill, Market Fenton
st, Crewe Brook, Joseph, Halifax, Ginger Beer Manufacturer. Nov 22 at 2 at Creditors Associa- Richardson, Benjamin, Batley, York, Grocer. Nov 24 at 10.15 at office of Scholes and tion, Southgate, Halifax
Son, Wakefield rd: Dewsbury Brown, Ann, Gloucester, General Dealer, Nov 23 at 12 at office of Champney, College Richardson, John, Shrewsbury rd, Willesden, Builder. Nov 24 at 2 at office of Green. st, Gloucester
field and Co, Abchurch lane Bryden, James, Watford, Herts, ont of business. Nov 10 at 11 at office of Armstrong, Rothery, Allen, Wakefield, Worsted Spinner. Nov 23 at 3 at Royal Hotel, Dewsbury. Forest, Hertford
Curry, Cleckheaton Buckenham, William, Wramplingham, Norfolk, Farmer. Nov 22 at 12 at office of Bavin Rourke, John Leaney, James st, Oxford st, Tailor. Nov 30 at 3 at offices of Weed and and Daynes, Exchange st, Norwich
White, Poultry Burnett. James, Liverpool, Agent. Nov 28 at 3 at offices of Bartlett, Dale st, Liverpool Seth, Gustav Wilhelm Louis, Queen Victoria st, Commission Merchant. Dec 1 at 2 at Cady, Alfred William, Beccles, Suffolk, Grocer. Dec 1 at 12 at offices of Hall, Quay office of Linklater and Co, Walbrook chbrs, Gt Yarmouth, Palmer, Gt Yarmouth
Sewell, John, Southampton, Tailor. Nov 26 at 12 at Old Bell Hotel, Holborn. Bull, Calver, Walter, Ilketshal' St Andrew, Suffolk, Builder. Nov 28 at 12 at offices of Hall, Southampton Quay chbrs, Gt Yarmouth. Hartcup and Sons, Bungay
Shaw, Nicholas Barbour, Huddersfield, Milliner. Dec 1 at 11 at office of Whitley and Clay, Thomas, Beeston, Notts, Baker. * Nov 28 at 3 at offices of Stroud, Low pavement, Whitley, New st, Huddersfield Nottingham
Stevenson, David, Leeds, Tailor. Nov 24 at 2 at Law Institute, Albion pl, Leeds. Mal. Cocker, Joseph Edward, Dewsbury, Bookkeeper. Nov 23 at 10.15 at offices of Scholes colm, Leeds and Son, Wakefield rd, Dewsbury
Sheard, Marshall, Southowram, Halifax, Quarryman. Nov 25 at 3 at offices of Storey, Cock sedge, Henry Leheup, Drinkstone, Suffolk, no occupation. Dec 6 at 12 at Council King Cross st, Halifax Chamber, Guildball, Bury St Edmunds. Salmon and Son, Bury St Edmunds
Stancliffe, Jere, Paddock, nr Huddersfield, Boot Dealer. Dec 2 at 3 at offices of North Cook, William, Somersham, Huntingdon, out of business. ' Nov 24 at 2.30 at offices of and Co, Devonsbire chmbrs, Huddersfield. Freeman, Huddersfield Gaches, Cathedral-gateway, Peterborough
Stilolph, George Frederick, Woodbridge, Suffolk, Organ builder. Nov 29 at 3 at Crown Collins, Alfred, Stalbridge, Dorset, Grocer. Nov 25 at 12 at Antelope Hotel, Sherborne Hotel, Woodbridge. Gooding, Ipswich Bennett, Bruton
Stinton, Samuel, Alfrick, Worcester, Innkeeper. Nov 22 at 2 at Hop Market Hotel, Cosgrove, Joseph, Railway Vaults, Flint, Beerhouse Keeper. Nov 28 at 2 at offices of Foregate st, Worcester. Browne, Bromyard Cartwright, White Friars, Chester
Smith, Thomas, Sunderland, Durham, Upholsterer. Nov 28 at 12 at offices of Neilson Daniels, William, Huddersfield, Coal Merchant. Nov 30 at 11 at offices of Johnson and and Co, John st, Sunderland. Wawn and Smith, John st, Sunderland Crook, Market-walk, Huddersfield
, Alfred, Walthamstow, Essex, Grocer. Nov 23 at 3 at offices of Fowler and Co, Davis, James, Highbury Vale, Bulwell, Nottingham, Miner. Nov 25 at 3 at offices of Borough High st, Southwark Lees, Severn chmbrs, Middle-pavement, Nottingham
Tolly, John, Merthyr Tydfil, Boot Dealer. Nov 22 at Trade Protection Society, High st, Dixon, James, Leeds, Coal Dust Manufacturer. Nov 23 at 3 at offices of Pullan, Albion Bristol, in lieu of the place originally named st, Leeds
Tongue, Charles Tom, Birmingham, Baker. Nov 24 at 3 at offices of Hawkes and Reaney, John Eadon (and not Redney, as erroneously printed in last Gazette), Weekes, Temple st, Birmingham
Cutlery Manufacturer, Sheffield. Nov 21 at 3 at offices of Webster and Styring, Trotman, Edwin, Cardiff, Builder. Dec 1 at 11 at offices of Dalton and Co, Working st, Hartshead, Sheffield
Cardiff Evans, John, Llanwrin, Montgomery, Quarryman. Nov 23 at 3 at Lion Hotel, Twemlow, Francis Ernest Crichton, Queen st, Soho, Licensed Victualler. Nov 30 at 3 Machynlleth, Montgomery. Smith, Aberystwith
at offices of Shearer, Basinghall st. Downing, Basinghall st Fanlkner, Samuel, Higher Crumpsall, nr Manchester, Agent. Nov 22 at 3 at offices of Warren, Henry William, Stockport, Chester, Joiner. Nov 21 at 2.30 at offices of Brown Heath and Sons, Manchester
and Ainsworth, St Peter's gate, Stockport, Chester Felsenstein, Jacob, Worship st, Wholesale Furrier. Nov 23 at 3 at offices of Goldberg Watson, John, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancaster, Paper Bag Manufacturer. Nov 25 at 12.30 and Langdon, West st, Finsbury circus
at offices of Hall and Co, Fountain st, Manchester, Lord and Son, Ashton-underFeun, Joseph, Birmingham, Tailor. Nov 23 at 11 at offices of Free, Temple row, Bir. Lyne mingham
Wilcock, Richard, Wigan, Lancaster, Boat Builder. Nov 24 at 11 at offices of Wilson, Finney, William, Bromyard, Hereford, of no occupation. Nov 22 at 3 at Hop Market King st, Wigan Hotel, Foregate st, Worcester. Browne, Bromyard
Williams, Catherine, Llanfaelog, Anglesea, Grocer. Nov 25 at 2 at British Hotel, BanFlicker, Edwin James, Bexley Heath, Kent, Grocer. Nov 24 at 3 at offices of Cooper gor. Roberts, Holyhead and Co, Lincoln's-inn-fields
Williams, John, Liverpool, Trunk Manufacturer. Nov 25 at 3 at offices of Lumb, ImpeFriar, John, and John Fitzgerald, South Bank, York, Grocers. Nov 21 at 11 at offices rial chmbrs, Liverpool of Robson, Linthorpe rd, Middlesborough
Williams, Williams, Penderyn, Brecon, Glamorgan, Colliery Proprietor. Nov 23 at 12 Gain, John Thomas, Leeds, Commission Agent. Nov 22 at 11 at Borough Arms Cocoa at offices of James and Co, High st, Merthyr Tydfil House, New market, York st, Leeds
Williams, William, Morriston, Swansea, Boot Dealer. Nov 21 at 11 at offices of Dauncey, Garnham, Joseph, and John Abraham Watkins, Gosbeck, Suffolk, Farmers. Nov 29 at Albion chmbrs, Newport Il at offices of Pollard, St Lawrence st, Ipswich
Wood, John, Huddersfield, Draper. Nov 24 at 10.30 at Imperial Hotel, New st, HuddersGoold, Jabez Canning, and Rose Ann Goold, Leamington, Warwick, Milliners. Nov 19 fieid. Ainley and Hall, Huddersfield at 3 at offices of Overell and Son, Warwick st, Leamington Friars
Wood, William Edward, and Edmund Nicolas, Accrington, Engineers. Nov 24 at 12 at Gregory, John, sen, and William Gregory, Hurlfield, nr Sheffield, Brick Manufacturers. Mechanics'Institute, Willow st, Accrington. Haworth and Broughton Nov 24 at 12 at Cutler's Hall, Churchist, Sheffield. Thomas and Co
Woollons, John Thomas, Kingston-upon-Hull, Manufacturing Confectioner. Nov 23 at Groves, Edwin Alfred, Purbeck, Dorset, Farmer. Nov 26 at 11 at offices of Trevanion. 2.30 at offices of Pickering, Parliament st, Kingston-upon-Hull. Holden and Co New st, Poole, Dorset
Wheeler, John James, Leytonstone, Essex, Builder. Nov 28 at 3 at Guildhall Tavern, Hitchcock. Henry, Birmingham, Coal Dealer. Nov 24 at 2 at offices of Eaden, Bennett's Gresham st. Armstrong and Lamb, Old Jewry hill, Birmingham
Whittaker, Joseph, Bouverie st, Paddington, Builder. Nov 28 at 3 at offices of Hall, Hall, John, Ilkeston, Derby, Miner. Nov 23 at 11 at offices of Stevenson, Weekday Warwick ct, Gray's inn cross, Nottingham
Young, William, Walthamstow, Essex, Builder. Nov 22 at 3 at offices of Sewell and Haley, William Holdsworth, Stanningley, nr Leeds, Furniture Dealer. Nov 22 at 3 at Edwards, Gresham House, old Broad st
othices of Lodge and Rhodes, Park row, Leeds Halford, Edwin, Moncrieff ter, Peckham, Gold and Silver Smith, Nov 29 at 2 at Law
TUESDAY, Nov. 15, 1881. Institution, Chancery lane. Boulton and Co, Northampton sq
Andrew, Frederick Theodore, Broadgate, Preston, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. Halse, Thomas Jeffery, Exeter, Furniture Broker. Nov 24 at 11 at Craven Hotel, Askew, Thomas, and Henry Askew, Parkgate, nr Rotherham, York, Builders. Nov 29
Bates, Joseph, Blackheath, Kent, Builder. Nov 25 at 2 at Guildhall Coffee-house,
Blades, William, Stamford, Lincoln, Fishmonger. Nov 29 at 10 at offices of Law, St Hibdle, Robert, Sale, Chester, Manager.' Nov 25 at 4 at offices of Rowley and Co. Mary's pl, Stamford Clarence bldgs, Booth st, Manchester
Bond, Henry Francis, Birdingbury, Farmer, Nov 28 at 3 at offices of Wood, Hisenck, Susan Eliza, Wormweod st, Mat Manufacturer. Dec 6 at 4 at Guildhall Tavern, Southam Gresham st. Houghtons and Byfield, Gracechurch st
Booth, Abel, Pendleton, Lancaster, Butcher. Nov 28 at 3 at 35, Cannon st, Manchester, Hodgson, Frank Benjamiu, Worcester ter, Kilburn pk, Silk Throwster, Nov 28 at 3 at Alderson, Manchester the Railway Hotel, Stroud, Gloucester. Pain, Marylebone rd
Bowen, John, Redditch, Worcester, Grocer. Nov 23 at 3 at offices of Simmons, Eve. Holland, John, High st, Mold, Flint, Licensed 'Victualler. Nov 23 at 2 at the Albion sham st, Redditch Hotel, Chester. Roper, Mold
Brown, Edward, Beaconsfield ter. Stratford, Builder. Nov 29 at 3 at offices of Curtis, Holiday, Alfred, Oxford, Jeweller. Nov 29 at 11.30 at offices of Mallam, High st, Ox. Union crt, Old Broad st fordi
Brown, Robert Hubberstey, Batley, York, Grocer. Nov 29 at 3 at offices of Shaw, Bond Holmberg, Constantine, Kingston-upon-Hull, Commission Agent. Nov 21 at 3 at the st, Dewsbury Imperial chmbrs, Kingston upon Hull. Jackson
Burtsal, Frederick Robert, Hove, Sussex, Corn Merchant. Nov 24 at 3 at offices of Howell, Thomas, Docking, Norfolk, Bootmaker. Nov 25 at 12 at offices of Sadd and Co, Maynard, North st, Brighton Norwich
Cambrey, William, Birmingham, out of business. Nov 28 at 2 at offices of Brown, Hutchinson, Frederick, Starsted st, Kennington pk, Packing Case Maker, Nov 21 at Waterloo st, Birmingham 1 at offices of Robinson, Philpot lane
Cave, Thomas, Oxford, Coal Merchant. Dec 1 at 11.30 at offices of Mallam, High st, Jerrard, John Coombs, Scarborough, York, Milliner, Nov 19 at 12 at 62, Ludgate hill. Oxford Watts, Scarborough
Claydon, Agnes Charlotte, Plumstead, Kent, Milliner, Nov 30 at 3 at offices of Fowler Jordan, Robert, Bishop Auckland, Durham. Grocer. Nov 23 at 11.30 at the Talbot and Co, Borough High st, Southwark Hotel, Bishop Auckland. Chapman, Durham
Clifton, William, Horsington, Lincoln, Farmer. Nov 30 at 11 at offices of Clitherow Keyete, Charles, Paxford, Worcester, Carpenter. Nov 25 at 2 at the White Hart Hotel, and Elsey, Lindsey ct, Horncastle Moreton-in-Marsh, Barkes, Moreton-in-Marsh
Cooke, Edward, Richard William Cooke, and Charles Cooke, Woodhouse, Derby, Latgham, George, Accrington, Lancaster, Lime and Coal Merchant. Nov 26 at 3 at Farmers. Nov 28 at 2 at offices of Gee, High st, Chesterfield the Adelphi Hotel, Avenue parade, Accrington. Sharples, Accrington
Cooke, Richard William, Dronfield, Derby, Farmer. Nov 28 at 4 at offices of Gee, High Mandams, Joseph, Cromwell mews, South Kensington, Coachman. Nov 18 at 10 at st, Chesterfield Offices of Whitwell and Co, Finsbury sq bldgs, Chiswell st
Derry, John, Hugglescote, Leicester, Farmer. Nov 22 at 11 at offices of Fisher and Co, Yarson, Thomas, Birmingham, Manufacturing Jeweller. Nov 23 at 2 at Grand Hotel,
Ashby-de-la-Zouch Colmore row, Birmingham
Dickie, Fredric Randall, Kennington rd, Barman. Nov 25 at 2.30 at offices of Chappell Yaybury, Edward Milner, Southport, Lancaster, Schoolmaster. Dec 1 at 2 at 1, Cross- and Gibbons, Lincoln's inn fields hall. st. Liverpool. Eccles, Southport
Eaton, James, Barnsley, York, Hairdresser. Nov 26 at 11 at offices of Gray, Eastgate, MeEane, Robert, Gateshead,
Durham, Grocer. Nov 23 at 1 at offices of Hoyle and Co, Barnsley Bardon bldgs, Westgate rd, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Ebdon, William Lewis, Exmouth, Devon, Builder. Nov 26 at 11 at offices of Toby, Midgley, George, Southowram, Halifax, Quarryman. Nov 25 at 3.15 at offices of Storey, Castle st, Exeter King Cross st, Halifax
Eddison, William, Leeds, Grocer. Nov 28 at 11 at offices of Dale, Albion st, Leeds Nichol, John Henry, Halifax, Hatter. Nov 23 at 12 at Thatched House Hotel, New Ellison, Henry, Goswell' rd, Islington, Grocer, Nov 30 at 2 at offices of Hanson, King Market pl, Manchester, Wavell and Co, Halifax
st, Cheapside Norton, Thomas, Leicester, Confectioner. ' Nov 29 at 3 at offices of Hincks, Bowling Eskell, Sarah, Hanover sq, Dentist. Nov 23 at 2 at offices of Beyfus and Beyfus, Lin. Green st, Leicester
coln's inn fields Phillips, Panlin, Ramsey St Mary's, Huntingdon, Farmer. Nov 23 at 11.30 at George Essenhigh, Lethem John, Gravesend, Water Rate Collector. Nov 29 at 12 at offices of Hotel, Ramsey. Gaches, Peterborough
Sharland and Hatton, Court house, King st, Gravesend Philpot, Isaac, High st, Tunbridge Wells, Boot and Shoe Maker. Nov 23 at 12 at the Evenson, Joseph, Penmaenpool, Dolgelley, Merioneth, Innkeeper. Nov 30 at 1 at Guldhall Tavern, Gresham st. Andrews and Cheale,
Wynnstay Arms, Ruabon Ramsden, Samuel, Huddersfield, Innkeeper, Nov 25 at 11 at offices of Bottomley, New Faggotter, Lewis, Sandgate, Kent, Mineral Water Manufacturer. Nov 30 at 2 at *, Huddersfield
Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Minter, Folkstone