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council, on the recommendation of the committee, after every examination before Hilar; and Trinity Terms respectively, to the two students of eaoh set of competitors who shall hare passed the best examination in both jurisprudence and Roman law. But the committee shall not be obliged to reoommend any studentship to be awarded if the result of the examination be such as in their opinion not to justify such recommendation.

No student admitted after the 31st of December, 1872, shall receive from the council the certificate of fitness for call to the bar required by the four Inns of Court unless he shall have passed a satisfactory examination in the following subjects—viz, (1) Roman law ; (2) The law of real and personal property; (8) Common law ; (4) Equity.

No student admitted after the 31st of December, 1872, shall be examined for call to the bar until he shall have kept nine terms ; exoept that students admitted after that day shall have the option of passing the examination in Roman law at any time after having kept four terms.

An examination will be held in December and January next, to which a student of any of the Inns of Court, who is desirous of becoming a candidate for a studentship, or honours, or of obtaining a o rtificata of fitness for being called to the bar, or of pisdng the examination ia Roman hw only, will be admissible.

Each student proposing to submit himself for examination will be required to enter his name, personally or by letter, at the treasurer's or steward's office of the Inn of Court to which he belongs, on or before Saturday, the 9th day of December next; and he will further be required to state in writing whether his objaot in offering himself for examination is to compete for a studentship, or honours, or of obtaining a certificate preliminary to a call to the bar, or whether he is merely desirous of passing the examination in Roman law under the above-stated rule.

The examination will take place in the hall of Lincoln's-inn; and the doors will be closed ten minutes after the time appointed for the commencement of the examination.

The examination by printed questions will be conducted in the following order :—Thursday and Friday, December 21 and 22, 1882, at ten until one, and from two until five on each day, the examination of candidates for studentships in jurisprudence and Roman law.

The examination of candidates for honours and pass certificates, ani for pass in Roman law only, will take place as follows :—Wednesday morning, December 27, at ten, on real and personal property law ; Thursday morning, December 28, at ten, on common law; Friday morning, December 29, at ten, on equity; Tuesday morning, January 2, 1883, at ten, on jurisprudence and Roman law; Tuesday afternoon, January 2, 1883, at two, on constitutional law and legal history.

The oral examination will be oonducted in the same order, and on the same subjects, as above appointed for the examination by printed questions.

Jurisprudence, International Law, and Roman Law.

Candidates for the studentships will be examined in all the following Bubjecls:—(1) Institutes of Gaius and Institutes of Justinian; (2) Digest, book 18, title J, "Decontr empt" ; book 19, title 1, "Do act empt et vend"; (3) History of Roman law; (4) Principles of jurisprudence, with special reference to the writings of Bentham, Austin, and Maine; (5) Elements of international law; (6) Principles of private international law. Candidates for honours will be examined in subjects numbered 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6. Candidates for a pass certificate will be examined in the Institutes of Justinian, books 1 and 2 ; book 3, title 13, to the end of the book; book 4, titles 1 to 5 inclusive.

The examiner in the law of real and personal property will examine in the following subjects :—The elementary principles of the law of real and personal property, with reference chiefly to the treatises of Mr. Joshua Williams on those subjects. Candidates for a pass certificate will be examined in the elements of the foregoing subjects ; candidates for honours will hare a higher examination.

The examiner in common law will examine in the following subjecls :—(1) The law of oontracts; (2) The law of torts; (3) Criminal law; (4) The procedure in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice. Candidates for a pass certificate will be expected to know general and elementary principles of law. From candidates for honours the examiner will require a more advanced knowledge of the application of those principles, and a knowledge of leading decisions.

The examiner in equity will examine in the following subjeots :—(1) Trusts; (2) Administration of assets; (3) Partnership; (4) Husband and wife. Candidates for honours will be examined iu all the above-mentioned subjects. Candidates for a pass certificate in those numbered 1 and 2 only.

The examiners in constitutional law and legal history will examine in the following books and subjects: — (1) Stubb's Constitutional History of England ; (2) Hallam's Constitutional History; (3) Broom's Constitutional Law; (4) The Principal State Trials of the Stuart Psriod ; (5) The concluding chapter of Blackstone's Commentaries, being that "On the Progress of the Laws of England." Candidates for honours will be examined in all the above-mentioned books and subjecls.

By order of the council,
(Signed) Jas. Anderson. Chairman, pro tern.

Council Chamber, Lincoln's Inn Hall, June 5.

UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.

At a mooting of this sooiety, held at Clement's-inn Hall on the 21st nit., Mr. E. F. Spenoe in the ohair, Mr. Williams moved, "jThat plaoes of amusement should be opened on Sundays." The motion was supported by Messrs. Parsons, Spenoe, and Roberts, the opinion being that the words did not necessarily mean that all plaoes of amusement should be opened. Messrs. Collyer and Edlin opposed the motioD, and au independent position was

taken by Messrs. Richardson and Ball. After a reply from the opener, the motion was put to the meeting, whiob, upon a division, was oarried by the casting vote of the ohairman.

OBITUARY.

MR. JOHN ROBERT DANIEL TYSSEN.

Mr. John Robert Daniel Tyssen, who formerly practised as a solicitor, died at his residenoe, Lower Rock-gardens, Brighton, on the llt.h ult. Mr. Tyssen was born on November 7, 1805, and was educated at Westminster. He practised for many years as a solioitor at Haokney, where he was steward of the manors and attended to the management of the estates now belonging to Mr. Tyssen—Amherst, M.P. for West Norfolk. Mr. Tyssen retired from business in 1858, and moved to Brighton, where he has resided ever sinoe. He was one of the original direotors of the Law Fire Inauranoe Society, and oontinued to take an aotive part in its affairs till disabled by illness, some six months before his death. He was well known in the arobtoologioal world, both in this country ani in Holland, and he accumulated a vast mass of information relating to his own ancestors and other Dutch settlers in England, and the ancient history of the parish of Haokney, and the history of church bells.

CHIEF JUSTICE SEMPER.

Mr. Hugh Reilly Semper, Chief Justice of Gibraltar, died on the 18th ult., after a short illness, at the age of fifty-one. The late Chief Justice was the youngest son of Mr. Hugh Reilly Semper, of St. Kitt's, where he was born in 1831. He spent the early part of his life in the West Indies, and was for several years a member of the Executive Council of Montserrat. He afterwards came to England and entered at the Middle Temple, where he was called to the bar in Trinity Term, 1866. He waa for some time Crown Liw Offloer for the Island of Tortola, and he was appointed Attorney-General of St. Kitt's in 1870, of the Leeward Islands in 1872, and of Barbadoes in 1874. Ho was a puisne judge for the colony of British Guiana from 1878 until about four months ago, when he succeeded Sir George Philippo as Chief Justice of Gibraltar.

MR. THOMAS WOOLLETT. Mr. Thomas Woollett, solicitor and notary, died at Newport, Monmouthshire, on the 20ih ult., from paralysis. Mr. Woollett was bora in 1807. He was admitted a solicitor in 1833, and had practised for nearly fifty years at Newport. He was a notary public, a perpetual commissioner for Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire, and a commissioner for affidavits in admiralty. Mr. Woollett was elected town clerk of Newport in 1833, and held that office till his death, although (in consequence of his feeble health) there has been for several years a deputy town clerk. Ho was a widower and leaves no family. Mr. Woollett was buried at the Newport Cemetery on the 23rd ult., most of the members of the corporation beiog present at the funeral.

SIR PHILIP PROTHEROE SMITH; Sir Philip Protheroe Smith, solicitor, died at his residence, Premorvab, Truro, on the 24th ult., in his seventy-second year. Sir P. Smith was the son of Mr. Thomas Smith, of Bideford, and was a younger brother of the Right Hon. Montigue Smith. He was born in 1810, and was educated at the Bidoford Grammar School. He was admitted a solicitor in 1832, and for nearly fifty years had carried on an extensive practice at Truro. During the last few years he had been associated in partnership with Mr. John Richard Paull (the clerk to the county magistrates and commissioners of taxes), and with .Mr. Robert Macleane Paull. He was a perpetual commissioner for the county of Cornwall ; and bad been for several j ears secretary to the ViceWarden of the Stannaries. Sir P. P. Smith was one of the borough aldermen, and had been three times mayor of Truro. He filled that office in 1830 on the visit of the Prince of Wales to Truro to lay the first stone of the new cathedral, and be received the honour of knighthood in commemoration of that event. He was an aotive supporter of the Conservative party, and a few years ago declined an invitation to become a candidate for the representation of Truro. Sir P. Smith was married to a daughter of the late Mr. William Paull, of Truro.

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. Philip Edward Lionel Budge, solioitor and notary, of Poole, has been appointed Clerk to the Poole Board of Guardians, Assessment Committee, and Rural Sanitary Anthority. Mr. Budge was admitted a solicitor in 1874. He is olerk to the Commissioners of Taxes at Poole.

Mr. Augustus Fin Dkake, solioitor, of Lewes, has been appointed Clerk to the Magistrates at Seaford and Town Clerk of that borough, in succession to his partner, the late Mr. Inigo Cell. Mr. Drake was admitted a solioitor in 1872.

Lord Bramwkll has been appointed a Member of the Royal Commission on Thames Sewage. Mr. Joseph Bradbury, solioitor, of Oldham, Ashton-nnder-Lyne, and Saddlewortb, bag been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Conrt of Judicature.

Mr. George Edward Cokayne, barrister, Lanoaster herald, bas been appointed Norroy King of Arms and Principal Herald of the North Parts of England. Mr. Cokayne.is a graduate of Exeter College, Oxford. He was called to the bar at Linooln's-inn in Eister Term, 1853.

Mr. Gabriel Prior Goldney, barrister, who has been eleoted Remembrancer to the Corporation of London, in suooession to Mr. Charles Henry Robarte, is the eldest son of Sir Gabriel Goldney, baronet, M.P. for Chippenham, and was born in 1843. He was educated at Harrow and at Exeter College, Oxford, and was oalled to the bar at the Inner Temple in Easter Term, 1867. He has praotised at the Parliamentary Bar, and also on the Western Circuit, and at the Wiltshire, Salisbury, Bath, and Bristol Sessions. Mr. Goldney acted in 1875 as a commissioner to inquire into the existence of Corrupt Praotioes in the city of Norwiob, and ha was recorder of Helston from 1876 till 1879, when he was appointed reoorder of Poole,

Mr. Frederick Bailet, Q.C., and Mr. Walter Blackett Trevelyan, Lave been eleoted Benchers of the Middle Temple.

Mr. Beaumont Shbfheabd, solicitor, of Ealing (of the firm of Shepheard & Soar, of 32, Finsbury-oircup, E.C.), has been appointed by Joseph Sayory, Esq., sheriff-eleot for London and Middlesex, to be big Uudor-Sheriff for the year ensuing.

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.

JonN G. Dearle, and John Edoeworth, solicitors, Eastbourne and Ilailsham, Sussex. June 20. John Edgeworth will alone carry on (he businesses. [Gazette, June 23 ]

COMPANIES.

WINDING-UP NOTICES.
Joint Stock Companies.

LlHITBD IN ClTANCEBY.

Anglo-aubrican Cattle Company, Limitkd.—Chitty, J., has by an order, dated March 4, appointed George Augustus Cape, 8, Old Jewry, to bo liquidator

Bognob Residences And Hotel Company, Limited.—By an order made by Bacon, V.C, on May 6, the company was ordered to bo wound up. Cridge and Bell, Bi.slmpsgate st, solicitors for the petitioner

Dynevor Iron And Tix Plate Company, Limited.—Petition for winding up, presented Juno 19, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on July 1. Meredith and Co, New sq, Lincoln's inn, agents for Brown, Bristol, solicitor fur the petitioner

Cwm Avon Esta.tr And Works CovPANY, Limited.—Petition for winding up, presented Juno 15, directed to be heard before Chitty, J, on July 1. Vant, Leadenhall st, solicitor for the petitioner

Globe Accident Assurance Compvny, Limitkd.—Creditors are required, on or before Aug 1, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Henry Nowson Smith. 37, Walbrook. Oct 27 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Haven Gold Mining Company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before July IS, to 8?nd their names and addrc^cs, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Horace Woodburn Kirby, 1, Coleman st. July 20 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Keighley Heeald Newspaper Company, Limited.—Chitty, J., has by an order, dated May 22, appointed William Maun, Keighlej, to bo the official liquidator

Kopp's Extract Of Meat And Compressed Food Company, Limitkd.—Petition for winding up, presented Juno 20, directed to bo hoard before Fry, J., on July 7. Lewin and Co, Southampton st, Strand, solicitors for the petitioning company.

SouTn-EvsTERN BoNDitn WARKiiorsEK And Wharf Company, Limited.—Petition for winding up, presented Juno 19. directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on July 1. Hughes and Co, Budge row, solicitors for the petitioners

\_Gazcttc, Juno 23.J

Associated Wine Mehchants, Limited.—Petition for winding up presented Juno 23,

directed to be heard before Fry, J., on July 7. Coodo and Co, Bedford row, agents

for Daw and Son, Exeter, solicitors for the petitioners Great Southern Mysore Gold Mining Company, Limited—Chitty, J., bas by an

order dated June 2, appointed Arthur Cooper, 14, George st, Mansion House, to bo

official liquidator

Indian Kingston And Sandhurst Gold Mining Company, Limited.—Petition for windinjr up presented Juno 26, directed to l>o heard l>cforo Hall, V.C, on July 7. Styor, Royal Exchange avenue, solicitor for the petitioners

North Wales Freehold Copper Mines And Sheltinh Company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or bo Fore July 23, to send their names aud addresses, and the particulars of their dubt» or claims, to Alfred Cotton Harper, BilliUT House, Ililliterst. Aug 2 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and churns

Halifax Building And Qu\kbyixg Company, Limited.—Chitty, J., has by an order, dated April 27, appointed Jonas Dearnlcy Taylor, Halifax, to bo official liquidator

Standard Credit Company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before July 21, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to William Cornish Cooper, 20, King's Arms yd, Coleman st. July 28 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating u'xjn the debts aud claims

Standard Credit Company, Limited.—Kay, J, Las, by an order dated June 0, appointed William Cornish Cooper, 20, King's Aims yd, Coleman st, to bo official liquidator

Standard Bank Of London, Limited.—By an order mado by Hall, V.C, dated May 19, it was ordered that the above bank bo wound up. Norton, Queen st, solicitor for the petitioner

Vincent Tin Mining Company, Limited.—By an order mado by Chitty, J, dated June 17, It was ordered that the above company bo wound up. Bomer, Warwick ctf solicitor for the petitioner

[Gazette, Juno 27.1

Stannaries Of Dkvoit. Lady Beetha United Copper And Tin Mining Company Limited.—Petition for winding up, presented June 20, directed to be heard before the Vice Warden, at the Law institution. Chancery lane, ou July 3 at 3.16. Affidavits intended to bo used at the

hearing in opposition to the petition must be filed at the Registrar's Office, Truro, on

or bofore Juno 30, and notice thereof must, at tho same time, be given to tho petitioners, their solicitors, or agent. Cock, Truro, agent for Snell and Co, George n, Mansion House, solicitors for the petitioners

[Gazette, June 23.J

County Palatine Of Lancaster. Unlimited In Chancery. Saint Helens And Sutton Victoria Permanent Benefit Building Society.—Petition for winding up, presented June 22, directed to be heard at the sitting of tho court on Aug 3, at St Georgo's Hall, Liverpool. Collins aud Co, Liverpool, solicitors for the potitioner

[Gazette, June 23.]

Friendly Societies Dissolved. Fbiexdly Society Op Miners, Tavistock, Devon. June 17

f Gazette* Juno 23.]

TaAwsriNTDD Friendly Society, Trawsfynydd, Merioneth. June 21

[Gazette, Judo 27.]

LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK.

HOUSE OF LORDS.
June 22.—Bills Read a Second Time.
Cathedral Statutos Amendment; Judgments (Inferior Courts).

Sills in Committee.

Interments (felo-de-se); Local Government Provisional Order, Noi. 2, 6, and 10 ; Land Draioage Provisional Order; Customs and Inland Revenue; Somersham Rectory.

Bills Head a Third Time. Private Bills.—Nowbaven Harbour; Liverpool Tramways; Liverpool United Gaslight Company; Exmouth Gas; Metropolitan Railway; London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway (Various Powers); East and West India

Dock Extension.

Publio Health (Fruitpiokera' Lodgings); Lojal Government Provisional Order (Artizans' and Labourers' Dwellings).

June 23.—Bills Head a Second Time. Private Bills.—Swindon, Marlborough, and Andover Railway; North London Suburban Tramway ; London Street Tramways Extension; London and South-Western Railway.

Bills in Committee. Artillery Ranges; Cathedral Statutes Amendment.

Bills Bead a Third Tims. Private Bills.—Stroud Water; Northwich Gas. Interments (felo-de-se).

June 26.—Bill in Committee.

Poor Ritts.

Bills Bead a Third Time.

Private Bills.—Lecky and Smith's Patent ; West Lancashire Railway; Seacombe, Hoy lake, and Deeside Riilway; Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway and Cheshire Lines; Northampton Tramways (Extensions); Padiham and Hapton Local Boird.

Local Government Provisional Older, Nos. 4 and 7 ; Artillery Ringes.

Kew Bill.

Bill to amend tho Merchant Shipping Acts (Earl of Kimberlex).

June 27.—Bill Bead a Second Time. Lunaoy Regulation Acts Amendment.

Bill in Committee. Local Government Provisional Order (No. 8).

Bills Read a Third Time. Phivate Bills.—Rngby Ga<; Accrington Corporation Tramways; Hull Extension and Improvement; Osnaldtwistle Local Board. Poor Rates.

Kew Bill.

Bill to amend "Hho Supreme Court of Judicature Acts (lord Chancellor).

HOUSE OF COMMONS.
June 22.—Bill in Committee.

Partnerships.

Bills Bead a Third Time.

Private Bills. — Accrington Improvement j Blackburn Improvement; Bolton Improvement; Bristol City Corporation of the Poor ; Chadderton Improvement; Macclesfield Corporation ; Manchester Corporation; Newcastleupon-Tyne Improvement; Local Government Provisional Orders (No. 5).

Vagrancy.

June 26.—Bills Read a Second lime. Private Bills.—Cyfartufa Works; Devon and Cornwall Central Railway.

Bill Read a Third Time. Private Bill.—Liskeard and Caradon Railway.

June 27.—Bill Read a Second Time. Publio Health (Frnitpickers' Lodgings).

Bill in Committee.

Corn Returns (No. 2).

Bill Witfulraum.

Copyhold Enfranchisement.

Bill in Committee. Metropolitan Board of Works (Money).

Jane 28.—Bills Mead a Second Time.

Private Bill.—Bawtry and Trent Riilway atd Dock. Surrey (Trial of Causes); Interments (felo-de-se).

Bill in Committee. Baths and Washhouses Act Amendment.

NEW ORDERS, &c.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

Chancery Division.Order Of Court.

Wednesday, the 10th day of May, 18S2.

Whereas there are in court Various sums of ordinary, preference, debenture, and other stocks, shares, and securities in railway, canal, and other oompanies and undertakings standing to the credit of certain causes, matters, and accounts.

And whereas from time to time such stocks, shares, and securities are converted into other securities by resolutions of tbe companies or undertakings under powers in Acts of Parliament in that behalf, or by effluxion of time, or otherwise, and new shares or sums of stock are from timo to time allotted to holders of suoh stocks, shares, and securities so in court as aforesaid, and are so allotted to the Chancery Paymaster; and it is for the benefit of the persons interested therein that such allotments should be sold, and the proceeds thereof dealt with in manner hereinafter mentioned.

And whereas the Chancery Paymaster is unable to deal with the securities so substitnted for other securities, or with the dividends thereon, or to dispose of such allotment!), or realize the value thereof, without an order in that behalf, and the making of such order, if an order of court, involves some unavoidable delay, and if orders are obtained by the parties to the causes and matters to the credit of which the securities stand upon which suoh allotments are made, unavoidable expense is also incurred, and it is desirable to prevent each delay and expense.

Now I do order that whenever from any cause any sum of stock or any share or shares, or other security standing in court to the credit of any oanie, matter, or account is or are converted into any other stock, share, or other security, so that the description thereof will differ from the description given of such original stock, share, or seourity in the order, fiat, report, rr certificate, power of attorney, or other instrument under which the Chancery Paymaster acts respecting the same, the Chancery Paymaster do write off from the credit of the several causes, matters, and accounts the snras of sto:k, share or shares, or other security so converted, and do place to the credit of thesime causes, matters, and accounts proportionate amounts or numbers of the stocks, shares, or other seourity so substituted for the same ; and that, except in so far as any of such sums of stock, shares, or security may be affected by any order brought to the Chanoery Pay Offioe in due time for that purpose, the Chancery Paymaster do, as far as may be praotioable, give effect to all directions contained in any order, fiat, report, or certificate, and to all powers of attorney and other instruments ffhioh Bhall refer to any of such snms of stock, ebare or shares, or other seourity so converted as aforesaid, or the dividends thereon, aa if they referred to the Becurity substituted in lieu thereof or the dividends thereon, but no payments of income moneys shall be made in pursuanoe hereof in any oaeo where the substitnted security is in the nature of a terminable annuity.

And I do further order that whenever any allotment letters, scrip allotments, or other securities be allotted or assigned in respect of any snms of stock, or of any share or shares or other security standing in court to the credit of any cause, matter, or account, such allotment letters, scrip allotments, or other securities, excepting such of them, if any, as may be affected by any order brought to the Chancery Pay Office previously to the delivery of such allotment letters, scrip allotments, or other security to the Chancery Broker for sale, be delivered by the Chancery Paymaster to the Chancery Broker to be sold. And that the moneys to arise by the said sale be paid (without deduction for brokerage) by the Chancery Broker to the Chancery Pay Office Account at the Bank of England, and be placed in the books of the Chancery Pay Office to the credit of the various accounts on which the said stocks, share or shares, or other security are standing, in respect of which such allotment letters, scrip allotments, or other security have been received; and that such moneys, if amounting to or exceeding £10, be placed on deposit without any request for that purpose. Selbobnb, C.

We concur io this order,

G. Jessel, M.R.
James Bacon, V.C.

We concur in this order,

Charles C. Cotes.
John Holms.

According to the last bulletin, Vice-Chancellor Hall continues to improve. No further bulletin will be issued for a few days.

CREDITORS' CLAIMS.

CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY. LAST DAY OF PROOF. Adams, Frances, Cochrane tcr, St John's Wood July 15. Portcous v Smith, Fry, J.

Smith, Furnival's inn, Holborn Cowdeby, William Lansley, Newport, Islo o£ Wight, Gent. July 21. Wadliam v

Cowdorv, Kay, J. Estcourt, Newport. Cubtis, Michael Jossrn, Southport, Laucaster, Draper. July 11. Parry v Curtis,

Chitty, J. Throlfall, Southport Edwabds, Fbancis, Bognor, Sussex. July 10. Harvio v Stanley, Bacon, V.C. Evans,

Gracechurch st

Evans, Edwin Paul, Cleobury Mortimer, Salop, Chemist. July 11. Evans v Evans,

Chitty, J. Trow, Cleobury Mortimer Pollaed, Daniel, Great Horton, Bradford, York. July 10. Wood v Bottomley, Hall,

V.C. Pool, Bradford

Raixfobd, William, Preston, Auctioneer. July 10. Bainford v Rainford, Bacon,

V.C. Abbott, Preston Sharp, Alexandre, Goro pi, Hackney. July 15. Dundas v Korwin, Hall, V.C.

Copping, Godlirnan st, Doctors' commons Stone, Henry, Donuington-le-Heath, Ibstock, Leicester, Fanner. July 20. Thomas

v Stoue, Kuv, J. Deano, Loughborough Swibe, Samuel, Ashton-under-Lyne, Coal Merchant. July 11. McllorvSwiro, Bacon,

V.C. Gartsidc, Manchester Teale, William Henry, Stanstead Abbots, Hertford. July 15. Tealo v Teale, Kay,

J. Jenkins, Doctors'commons [Gazette, June 16. J

BtAcnFOBn, Ellen Makgabet, Oxford. July 20. . Blacliford v WorsloyJ Fry, J. Millett, Old Palace yard, Westminster

Brailsford, Rev Hodgson, D.D., Exbourno, Devon. July 11. Brailsfcrd v Brailsford, Chitty, J. Broome, Staple inn, Holborn

Callaghan, Danirl, Pusoy Hall, Clarendon, Jamaica, Planter. Dec 1. Callugb.au v Lambert, Hall, V.C. Pennington, New sq, Lincoln's inn

Fox, William, Lovcrtou, Lincoln, Blacksmith. July 20. Brown v Fox, Hall, V.C. Waite, Boston

Gillott, Joseph, Runskill, Nottingham, Yeoman. July 17. Gillott v Gillott, Kay, J.

Burdekin and Co, Sheffield Jefferson, William, Pudsoy, York, Gent. July 10. Jefferson v Jefferson, Bacon,

V.C. Porrett, Sheffield Jones, Rohrbt, Gronaut, Anglesey, Fnrmor. July 17. Williams v Williams, Kay, J.

Tonos, Finsbury circus Murray, Thomas Hunter, Chestcr-lc-Streot, Durham, Engineer. Juno 23. Woods v

Greonwoll, Hall, V.C. Maddison, Durham Wallis, John, Bishopweannouth, Durham, Master Mariner. July 15. Craggs v

Wnrdropper, Kay, J. Mann, Sunderland Waenes, Hbwlixg Luson, Falling, Norfolk, Miller. July 21. Lacons v Wamcs, Kay,

J. Clowes, Groat Yarmouth Wilson, William, Po Caw Graneo, Durham, Timber Merchant. July 22. Swiuney v

Wilson, Fry, J. Indormaur, Chancery lane [Gazette, June 20. J

CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35. LAST DAY OF CLAIM. Anderson, Murray, Camden st, Camden Town, Gent, Aug 1. Billinghurst and Wood, Bucklersbury

Ayres, Sarah, New Barnet, Herts. Aug 1. Boyes, Barnot

Batson, SiRAn, Kenninprton pk id, Surrey. July 10. Piatt, Robert st, Adolphi

Birch, James, Liverpool, Corn Merchant. July 8. Bellringor and Cunliffo, Liverpool

Bullivani, William, Brnadstairs, Kent, Gent. July 15. Dodd, Reading

Carveth, William, St Allen, Cornwall, Yeoman. July 15. Chilcott, Truro

Day-, William, Bath, Gardener. July 25. Stone and Co, Bath

Duncan, Margaret, Liverpool. June 26. Priest, Liverpool

Elgee, Jeremiah Savage, Ventnor, Islo of Wight, Esq. Aug 7. Asprey, Furnival's inn

Eliott, Russell, Appleby Castlo, Westmoreland, Rctirod Admiral in Her Majesty's

Navy. Aug 8. Bennett and Co, Lincoln's inn Godfree, John Bayliss, Great Rissiugton, Gloucester, Farmer. July 10. Brown,

Burford

Hamlby, Walter Raleigh Gilbert, Paddington. Aug 1. Lougcroft and Myors, Clement's inn, Strand

Haslewood, Frances Catherine, Brighton, Sussex. July 12. Hare and Co, Surrey st, Victoria Embarkmonc

Hrath, Henry, Knowle, Warwick, Licensed Victualler. July 31. Woodward, Birmingham

Johnson, Charles Richardson, Southsea, Hants, Vice-Admiral in the Royal Navy.

Aug 1. Johnsons and Co, Austin Friars Jones, Charlrs Hyndman, Demcrara, British Guiana, Gent. Aug 31. Arnold and Co,

Carey st, Lincoln's inn Lang, William, Kirkdalo, Upper Sydenham, Kent. Jnly 31. Burroughs and Bisdeo,

Forost Hill

Lloyd, Janb, Llantysilio, Denbigh. Aug 5. Richards, LIungollen
Mckbrrbll, William, Norfolk sq, Hydo Park. July 20. Baileys and Co, Bomers st
Mckerbow, Geobge Pagan, Watorloo, Lancaster. July 8. Morecroftand Winstanley,
Liverpool

Makings, Sarah, BiUoricay, Essex. July 17. Woodardand Hood, Ingram court, Fonchurch street

Mallinson, John RicnvnD, Almondbury, York, Woollen Cloth Manufacturer. July

10. Bottomlcy, Huddersneld Mattock, John, Euiljsay, near Skip ton, York, Grocer. July 1. Heelis and Thompson,

Skipton

Newton, Elizabeth, The Shade?, Montague Close, London Bridge. July 20, Pops, Gray's inn sq

Nuttall, Edward Morgan, Liverpool, Gent. July 15. Harvey mid Co, Livorpool Rumboll, Henry', Lawrenco lane, Stuff Merchant. July 20. Chandler, Bisliopsgato st within

Skinnbb, Eliza, Clarcnco pi, Clapton sq. July 18. Buikitt, London wall
Stoddaet, Joseph, Hudderstield, York, Jeweller. Aug 1. Craven and Sunderland,
Huddersfleld

Webb, Maby Ann, Upper Tooting, Surrey. July 1. Stoneham and Co, Philpot lane,
Fenchurch st

White, William, Rawlins st, Livorpool, Tailor. Aug 1. Dauncey and Co, Wottonunder-Edgo

White, Williams Causton, Sandown, Isle of Wight, Gent. June 30. Carter and Barber, Austin Friars

[Gazette, June 9.]

Ashton, Mary, Axminster, Dovon, Waitress. July 3. Forward, Axminster
Campbell, Arthur Edward, The Albany, Piccadilly, Esq. Aug u. Wade and Lyall,
St Helen's pi

Coopeb, Frances Charlotte, Louth, Lincoln. Sept 1. Allisons and Allison, Louth
Davenport, Esther, Rodborough, Gloucestor. June 3i>. Heelas and Davis, Stroud
Dickinson, Rev Henry, Golboruo rd, Notting bill, Clerk in Holy Orders. July 10.
Sykes, Old Broad st

Feeris, Richard, Dawlish, Dovon, Coal Merchant. Aug 1. Gidley, Bedford circus, Exeter

Flbtchbb, John Shepherd, Kgrsal, near Manchester, M.D. July 23. Atkinson and Co, Manchester

Geb, Maby Ahw, Manchester. July 31. Bond, Manchester

Gillard, ,ion.\, Rectory rd, Stoke Newington, Dealer in Horse Food, July 20, Neave,
Friday Bt

Hanson, Samuel, Grevill pi, Kilburn, Merchant. July 15. Drake and Co, Rood lane
Harmon, William, Woolwich, Kent, Gent. July 21. Sutherland, Woolwich
Howbt, Juhv, Southampton. July 15. Watts, Southampton

Kingston, William John Whiie, Gateshead, Provision Dealer. Aug 13. Dixon,
Gateshead

Leigh, Jonif, New Windsor, Berks, Chemist. Ang 31. Long and Co, Windsor
Lett, Edward, Brixton rd, Esq. July 15. Cornford, Devereux bldgs, Devereux ct.
Temple

Lunir, Thomas, Newcastle upon Tyno, Barman. July 1. Robson, Gateshead.
Mcadam, Grobgina Keith, Weston Park, near Bath. Aug 1. Gibbs, Bath
May, James, Lansdowne crescent, Notting hill, Esq. Sept 5. Broomhead and Co,
Sheffield

May, Johit, Lncretia rd, Kennington rd, Lambeth, Mat Maker. June 30. Cooper and
Walker, Billiter st

Nunn, Roger Stdrlry, Colchester, Surgeon. July 22. Turner and Co, Colchester

Prentice, William, Leicester, Gent. July 17. Burgess and Williams, Leicester

Pbichabd, Mattib, Onslow pi, South Kensington. July 20. Fussell and Co, Bristol

Shaw, Jabez, Golcar, York, Gent. Aug 10. Bottomley, Huddersfield

Sparham, John Jbffbs, Rock Ferry, Chester, Gent. July 4. Walker, Wolverhampton

Sykbs, Mary, Hadfleld, Derby. Aug -i. Farrar and Hall, Manchester

Taylob, William Freeman, Coventry. July 10. Dewos and Co, Coventry

Tobdiffe, Joycr, Bath, Somerset. July 1. Chanter and Co, Barnstaple

WAldington, Ely Wilkinson, Blackpool, Lancaster, Gent. July 81. Chambers and

Chambers, Brighouso Wallis, Frrdbrick Poyntz Starlet, Sussex rd, Gont. July 3. Clapin, Green Hill,

Sherborne, Dorsetshire [Gazette, June 13.]

AM.iN-r.nAM, Charles James, Esher st, Upper Kennington lane, Gent. Aug 1. Grant

Kennington cross, Lamlwth Bridgehan, Frederick, Boscobcl gdns, Regent's park, Gent. Aug 1. Tamplin and

Co, Fenchurch st

Cabman, John, Wrexham, Retired Tailor. Jul3r 20. James, Wrexham
Coxon, Edwin, Davies st, Berkeley sq, Gent. Aug 14. Mandale, Mitre ct, Fleet st
Gumming, Hugh, Bootlc, Lancaster, Gent. July 12. Thornsby and Dismore, Liverpool
Gurar. Sir Richard Thomas, Hickliffe, Beds,* Bart. July 4. Hunters aud Co, New
eq, Lincoln's inn

Grant, Lady Isabella Elizabeth, St George's sq, Pimlico. July 18, Tatnams and

Pym, Frederick's pi, Old Jewry Holroyb, Hon. Douglas Edward, Netsneld, Sussex. July 27. Bennett and Co, New

sq, Lincoln's inn

Hopson, Maby Ann, Fores Gate, Essex. July 17. Baker and Nairne
Howard, Hon. CnARLRs, Tuubridgo Well?*, Kent. July 27. Bennett and Co, New sq,
Lincoln's inn

Hunslry, John, Sheffield, out of business. July 4. Rodgcrs aud Co, Bank st, Sheffield
Hunton, William, Abbey rd, St John's Wood. July 14. Hatton and Wcstcott, Strand
Ingham, John, Wiswell, Lancaster, Corn Miller. July 21. Ingham, Barrow Bridge,
nr Whalley

I'on, Caroline, Chester villas, Tcddiugton. July 20. Thompson and Groom, Raymond bldgs. Gray's inn

Lobaine, Edward, Riding, Northumberland, Esq. Aug 1. Stanton and Atkinson, Newcastle on Tyne

Mitchrlmore, William Henry, Dartmouth, Butcher. July 14. Smith, Dartmouth

Neslen, Sblina Anne, Howland st. July I. Harrison, Chancery lane

Nottidgb, Elizabeth Sabah, Tonbridge, Kent. July 25. Howard and Co, Colchester

Obobn, Mary Jane, Swansea. July 1. Colli us and Woods, Swansea

Pebkbs, William, Uttoxetcr, Stafford. Builder. July 10. Dunnett, Uttoxoter

Pointer, Jane, Brighton. Aug 21. Hasolwood, Brighton

Reeve, Thomas Wiggins, Richmond rd, Barnsbury. June 30. Lane and AndrowB, Essex st, Strand

Rilky, Joseph, Ashton under Lyno, Yeoman. July 20. Brooks and Co, Ashton under Lyno

Tennant, Mary Earnshaw, Heath, nr Wakefield, York. July 24. Marsden and Co,

Wakefield

Trevanion, Ada, Brixton hill terr, Brixton. July 25. Booty and Bayliffe, Raymond bldgs, Gray's inn

Winnrld, John, Mansfield, Notts, Licensed Victualler. July 31. Maltby, Mansfield

{Gazette, Juno 16. | Alderson, Gborgiana, Cheltenham. Aug 1. Stenton and Co, Southwell Blatherwick, Thomas, Red car, York, Farmer. July 31. Trevor, Guisborough Llenxin, Christiana, Kingston upon Hull. Aug 1. Leak and Co, Hull Chatto, William John Potts, St Mary Church, near Torquay, Esq. Aug 10. Hyde

and Co, Ely pi, Holborn Clark, Henry Edwabd, Beaumont Arms, Shepherd's Bush. July 22. Button and Co,

Henrietta Bt, Covent garden Clbwett, Felix John, Duncannon st, Strand, Licensed Victualler. Aug 10. McMillin,

Bloomsbury Bq

Cbipps, William Cuarles, Tunbridge Wells, Gent. Aug 10, Cripps, Tunbridge Wells Cbokam, Francis, Starcross, Devon, Contractor. July 31. Battiuhill and Houlditch, Exeter

Dawson, Andrew, Kendal, Westmorland, Cattle Dealer. Aug 5. Thomson and Wilson, Kendal

Edgeworth, MicnAEL Pakbnham, Lex ham gardens, South Kensington,Esq. July 31.

Young and Co, St Mildred's ct, Poultry
Egdbll, Ann, Alnwick, Northumberland. July is. Middlemas, Alnwick
Elphjck, Gbobgb, Cliffe, nr Lewes, Sussex, Gent. July 24. Hillman, Lewes
Graham, Jane, Liverpool. July 21. Bremner and Co, Liverpool
Gbist, Elizabeth, Wnndsworth rd, Surrey. July 20. Jerwood, Furnival's Lan
Grist, James, Ealing, Gent. July 20. Jerwood, Furnival's inn

Hacking, Thomas, sen., Walton-le-Dale, Lancaster, Retired Farmer. July 22. Cotman, Preston

Hall, Sabah, Elton, nr Bury, Lancaster, Grocer. July 17. Grundy, Bury
Brathcotb, Catherine, Southwell, Notts. Aug 1. Stenton and Co, Southwell
Inglb, William, Guildfurd, Esq. July 22. Potter, Faruham
Lake, William, Folkestone. July 31. Lake and Co, New sq, Lincoln's inn
Maddison, Henry, Bristol, Engineer. July 15. Bedell, Bristol
May, Samcrl, Long Sutton, Southampton, Yeoman. July 22. Potter, Farnham
Neal, John Arthur, Willmelow, Chester, Tallow Chandler. Aug 3. Vaughan,
Cbeadle

Olivo, Marco, Manchester, Merchant. Aug 13. Cunliffe and Co, Manchester
Packman, William Edward, Campsbourne villas, Horusey, Salesman. July 11.
Brown, Basinghall st

Parsons, Elizabeih, Midsomer Norton, Somerset. July 31. Clark and Collins, Trowbridge

Pabsons, William Lansdown, Midsomer Norton, Somerset, Gent. July 31. Clark

and Collins, Trowbridge Power, Rev. Henry Bolton, Bramley, nr Guildford. July 10. Hunters and Co,

New sq, Lincoln's inn
Procter, Jane, Darlinptnn, Durham. July 10. Stcavenson, Darlington
Slattery, Michael, Elton, Lancaster. July 17. Grundy, Bury

Smith, Faruham, Midsomer Norton, Somerset, Gent. July 31. Clark and Collins,
Trowbridgo

Sparrow, Geobgb, Wolverhampton, Ironmaster's Clerk, Aug 1. Flcwker and Page,

Wolverhampton

Bpeakman, Hbnby, Tyldcslcy, Lancaster, Retired Farmer. Sept 10. Whitaker, Lancaster pi, Strand

TJ?,*llT,£iJ?VARD» Brown's lane, Spitalfields, Licensed Victualler, July 30, Randall, , Copthall bldg*

Walker, James Scott, Oxford Bq, Hyde pk, Esq. July 13. Miller and Co, Salter's Hall ct

Whitfokd, George, Bristol, Gent. July 31. Cooke, Bristol f Gazette, June 20.] Adkivb, Jambs, West Brighton, Gent. Aug 1. Tibbitts and Son, Field ct, Gray's inn Ash, Georgb Slade, St John's Wood, Gent. Aug 4. Smith and Moggridge, Furnival's inn

Ashley, John, Wellington, Salop, Grocer. July 17. Bidlake, Wellington Bainrs, Edward, Yalding, Kent, Clerk. Aug 1. Ovans and Co, Potter's Fields, Tooley at

Barry, Lady Sarah, Cleveland sq, Hyde park. July 20. Cooper and Walker, Billiter st Brnnett, James Macs, Barry rd, Peckham rye, Wine Merchant's Clerk. Aug 1

Blachford and Co, College hill, Cannon st Brookrs, Sarah, Melbourne, Derby, Licensed Victualler. July 31. Sale and Mills,

Derby

Buttebwobth, Robert Lrach, Russell rd, Kensington, Warehouseman. July 31.

Heather, Paternoster row Collins, William Davis, Leytonstone, Gent. Aug 1. Plunkett and Leader, St Paul's

church3'ard

E As I'm, Sarah, Bow rd. Aug 3. Ratcliff and Son, New Brood st
Fussell, Maria Mary, Brighton. Sept 20. Burne and Rooke, Bath
Guest, Jambs, Leeds, Plumber. July 28. Horsfall and Latimer, Leeds .
Hanmeb, Right Hon. Sir John, Bettisfield park, Flint. July 31. Frere and Co, Lin-
coln's inn fields

Higgins, James, Salford, Lancaster, Machine Maker. Aug 1. Ormerod and Allen,
Manchester

Hildyard, CAtHBrine Frances, East Chelborough, Dorset. July 20. Newman and

Co, Clement's inn

Hildyaed. Rev. Richard, Lewcombe Rectory, Dorset. July 20. Newman and Co, Clement s inn

Hoadlry, Thomas, Halifax, Damask Manufacturer. July 15. Jones, Halifax Holroyd, Hon. Douglas Edward, Ucktield, Sussex. July 27. Bennett and Co, New sq, Lincoln's inn

Humphrey, Eliza Sarah, High st, Wandsworth. July 29. Francis, Southampton

bldgs, Chancery lane Irrdale, George, Hoadingley, York, Chemist. June 30. Iredale, York st, Loeds Kay, Samuel, Bury, Lancaster, Hatter. July 5, Woodcock, Bury Kent, Rev. Frederic William, East Barsham, Norfolk. July 22. Lawson, Essex st,

Strand

Litchfield, Elijah, Hasbro rd, Brook green, Gent. Aug 3. Lucas and Son, Fen.

church st

Llewellyn, Edward, St Hilary, Glamorgan. July 25. Roes, Cowbridge
Martin, Petee, Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, out of business. Aug 1. Cooper,
Wincauton

Mitchrlmorr, Willxam Henby, Dartmouth, Butcher. July 14. Smith, Dartmouth
Mocatta, David, Prince's gate, Esq. Aug 1. Lousada and Emanuel, Austinfriars
Ollivibb, Emily Janb, Old Bond st, Music Publisher. July 17. Lambe, Hereford
Pensam, Philip, Emperor's gate, South Kensington, Gent. July 17. Smiles and Co,
Bedford row

Poole, David Charles, Dover, Barrister-at-Law. July 31. White and Sons, Bedford row

Robbbts, Frederick Boyd, Manchester st, Manchester sq, Major, Royal Artillery.

Sept 1. Mackerson and Co, Lincoln's inn fields Roberts, William, Shipston on St our, Worcester, Gent July 22. Hancock and Hiron,

Shipston on Stour

Rcding, John Clement, Sisters' avenue, Wandsworth rd, Gent. Sept 1. Cox, Saltors' hall ct, Cannon st

Salmon, Thomas Deere, Lincoln's inn, Esq. Aug 1. Smith and Wilmer, Lincoln's inn

fields

Storm, Oliver, Robin Hood's Bay, York, Fisherman. Aug 1. Frankland and Co,

Whitby

Storm, Reuben, Robin Hood's Bay, York, Fisherman. Aug 1. Frankland and Co,

Whitby

Thackbb, William, Brownhills, Stafford, Publican. July 31. Barnes and Russell,

Lichfield

Whitwobth, Robert, Rochdale, Relieving Officer. Aug 1. Standring and Taylor. Rochdale {Gazette, June 23.3

Ablttt, Matilda, Colchester, Essex. Aug. 16. Howard & Co., Colchester

Argyle, Matthew, Southwark Bridge-road, Coach and Harness Currier. Aug. 1.

Lea, Old Jewry-chambers Armitage, William, Huddersfield, York, Cloth Finisher. Aug 6. Johnson and

Crook, Huddersfield

Atkinson, Mary Elizabeth, Bedford-gardens," Kensington. June 24. Pickett &

Mytton, King's-bench-walk, Temple Ball, William Wellington, Bristol, Hop Merchant. July 31. Chilton & Green

Armytage, Bristol

Bores, William, Kingston-upon-Hull, Gentleman. Aug 19. Middlemiss & Pearce, Hull

Bosworth, Edwin, Birmingham, Tarpaulin Maker. Aug. 7. Fallows, Birmingham Brick, Daniel, Chialett, Kent, Farmer. Aug. 31. Sankeys and Co., Canterbury Carbuthbbs, Fbancis John, Minto-villa, Staines, Lieutenant-Colonel. Aug. 1. Turner

and Low, King-st, Cheapside. Chapman, Ann, Compton sq, Islington. Aug. 1. Combs and Co, Bucklersbury Chktham, John Clark, Lancaster, Common Brewer. Aug 31. Smith, Stockport Clement, John Villxbbs, Brighton, Sussex, Esq. Aug 1. Mount, Gracechurch st Ccrtis, Catherine, Ampthill, Bedford. July 31. Tanqueray, Woburn Daniel, Samuel, Nether Knutsford, Chester, Innkeeper. Aug 10. Davis, Glossop Ella, Mary, Birmingham. August 1. Wright and Marshall, Birmingham Fearon, Charles Augustus, Sible Hcdingham, Essex, Merchant. July 25. Harwood

and Stephenson, Lombard st Fitz-george, Emma, Regent sq. Gray's-inn-rd. August 7. Pope, Gray's-inn-sq Fry, William, Stoke Tristor, Somerset, Manure Manufacturer. July 22. Mc»siters

and Bennet, Wincanton Gurney, Samuel, Hanover ter, Regent's pk, Esq. July 31. Young and Co, St. Mildred's ct, Poultry.

Gwilliam, James, Birmingham, Pump-maker. August 15. Wright and Marshall,

Birmingham.

Gwilliam, W 11 i.i or, Birmingham, Pump-maker. August 15. Wright and Marshall,

Birmingham.

Hale, Alfred Thomas, Handswoxth, Stafford, Licensed Victualler. Aug 1. Price and Co, Birmingham

Harrow, Henry, LymingtOD, Hants, Commander R. N. Aug 22. Ryde, Fontcnoy rd,

Holmes, Daniel, Leeds, Paper Stainer. July 31. Harland, Leeds
Horsfall, Ellen, Barnsley, York. Aug 1. Maddison, Barnsley
Hunt, John, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancaster, Farmer. July 24. Pearson, Barrow-in-
Furness

Inglis, Jane, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France. Aug 31, Patcrson, Fallows rd, Haverstock hill

Kelly, Samuel William, Llandaff, Glamorgan, Esq. Aug 10. Davies, Pontypridd Leedham, Mary, Bristol. Aug 10. Perham, Bristol

Norton, Samuel, High-street, Wapping, Licensed Victualler. Aug I. Lea, Old J e w ry - ch ambers

Phifps, Samuel, Cainscross, Gloucester, Gentleman. Sept 1. Witcholl, Stroud Ryland, Charles, Birmingham, Metal Broker. Aug 7. Fallows, Birmingham Trotteb, Margarbt, Pecq, near Versailles, France. July 13. Williams A Co., Lin

coln's-inn-flelds

Wilson, Joseph, Handsworth, Stafford. Aug 1. Price A Co., Birmingham Wrigley, Isaac, Morton-rd, New North-road, Islington, Retired Wine Merchant. Aug 1. Emanuel & Simmons, Finabury circus [Gazette, June 27. J

COURT PAPERS.

SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. Rom or Registrars In Attendance On

Date. Ama. V.O.Biooir. V.C.H11*.

Monday, July 3 Mr.Carrington Mr. Farrer Mr.Cobby

Tuesday 4 Jackson King Koo

Wednesday 5 Carrington Farrer Cobby

Thursday 6 Jackson King Koe

Friday 7 Carrington Farrer Cobby

Saturday 8 Jackson King Koe

Mr. Justice Mr. Justioe Mr. Justice

F«T. Kay. Chittt.

Monday, July 3 Mr. Pemberton Mr. Teesdale Mr. Latham

Tuesday .„ . 4 Clowes Ward Merivale

Wednesday 5 Pemberton Teesdale Latham

Thursday 6 Clowes Ward Merivale

Friday 7 Pemberton Teesdale Latham

Saturday 8 Clowes Ward Merivale

NORTHERN CIRCUIT.

The commissions Tor holding these assizes will be opened at Appleby, on Monday, July 3 ; at Carlisle, on Wednesday, July fi; at Lancaster, on Saturday, July 8; at Manchester, on Wednesday, July 12; and at Liverpool, on Wednesday, July 26. In pursuance of the Rules of the Supreme Court, December, 1879, causes may at any time before the day next before the commission day, after notice of trial has been given, be entered for trial in the district registry of the city or town where the trial is to be had, or with the associate at the assize town as heretofore. The general entry of causes at each assize town will commence immediately after the opening of the respective commissions, and will close at nine o'clock the same evening. On entering a cause two copies of the pleadings mast be lodged, one for the use of the judge and the other for the associate. Solicitors are requested to indorse very ■hoitly on the pleadings the nature of the action—"Sltnder," "Breach of Contract," &c.—and to omit the usual indorsement of notice of trial. The court will sit for the despatch of business on the day after the commission day of each place (omitting Sunday), at eleven o'clock. The trial of special jury causes will commence at Manchester, on Monday, July 17, at the sitting of tbe conrt ; and at Liverpool, on Monday, the 31st of July, at the same hoar, unless the court shall otherwise order. A list of causes for trial each day (except the first) at Manchester and Liverpool will be exhibited in the corridor of the conrt and in the library. The associate's fees must be paid in Judicature stamp. Where a cause in the list has been settled, immediate notice thereof must be given to the deputy-associate by the party who entered

On Tuesday evening Lord Justice Lindley, in replying to the toast of the health of the judges at the Mansion House banquet, said that they were just now in a state of transition. The old judges said that the good old times had gone. There was, however, still to be found in the City occasionally some rare specimen of a creature with which all were once familiar—he meant t he learned Serjeant. Of that race, it so happened, he was the last created specimen.

SALES OF ENSUING WEEK. July 1.—Messrs. Debenham, Tewson, Farmer, & Bridoewatir, at Weybridge, at 11 for 12 p.m., Furniture, Works of Art, &o. (see advertisement, June 10, p. 9).

July 3.—Mr. Cheffins, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Estate (see advertisement, June 24, p. 4).

July 4.—MeBsrs. Debenham, Tewson, Farmer, & Bridoewatbr, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold Properties (see advertisements, June 10, pp. 9 and 10).

July 4.—Messrs. Farebrother, Ellis, Clark, & Co., at Hendon, Freehold

Building Land (see advertisement. May 27, p. 4, and Jane 10, p. 13). Jaly 6.—Messrs. Farebrother, Ellis, Clark, & Co., at the Mart, Freehold

Properties (see advertisement, June 10, p. 13). July 5.—Messrs. Edwin Fox & Bousfibld, at the Mart, at 2 p.m. Freehold

Properties (see advertisement, this week, p. 4). July 0. —Mr. Arthur Jackson, at Enfield Highway, at 7 p.m., Freehold and

Leasehold Properties (see advrrtisement, this week. p. 3). Jaly 6.—Messrs. Debenham, Tewson, Farmer, & Bbidobwateb, at 2 p.m ,

Freebold Properties (see advertisement, June 10, p. 10). Jaly 6.—Messrs. Qlabibr & Sons, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Property (see

advertisement?, June 10, p. 16).

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS.

Botes. — Jane 2?, at Barnet, Herts, the wife of William Osborn Boyes,

solioitor, of a daughter. Gibbons.—Jane 23, at Palace-square, Upper Norwood, the wife of A. W. Qibbons.

solicitor, of a son.

Weight.—June 24, at 29, Dawson-place, Bayswater, the wife of Richard T. Wright, barrister-at-law, of a daughter.

DEATHS.

Clark.—June 28, at his residence, 10, Albert-road, Regent's-park, Charles Clark, Q.C.

Mouriltan.—June 24, at 188, Boulevard Hausmann, Paris, Edmund John

Thomas Judge Monrilyan, solicitor, aged 40. Semper.—June 18, at Gibraltar, the Hon. Hugh Reilly Semper, Chief Justice of

that colony.

LONDON GAZETTES.

Bankrupts.

Friday, Juno 23,18S2.

Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.

To Surrender in London.

Butler, George Ernest, Pall Mall. Pet Juno 20. Murray. July 7 at 11 Hanrott, Philip Augustus, Thoobald's rd, Solicitor. Pet June 14. Brougham. July 4 at 12

Mann. William, Exmouth st, Clorkenwoll, Fancy Draper. Pet June 21. Brougham. July 5 at 11

To Surrender in the Country.

Barnard, Edward, Epsom. Pet Juno 20. Rowland. Croydon, July 7 at 2 Dunlop, Robert, St Helen's, Lancaster, Scotch Draper. Pet June 19. Cooper. Liverpool, July 6 at 12

Downs, Endon, George ronton, Samuel Willett Fenton, Joseph Brongh, Longton, Stafford, Earthenware Manufacturers. Pet Juno 20. Keary. Stoke upon Trent, July 4 at 2.30

Fenwick, W A F , Harrogate, York, Gent. Pet May 3. Perkins. York, July 12 at 11

Hulme, Thomas, Longton, Stafford, Earthonwaro Manufacturer. Pet June 20. Keary.

Stoke upon Trent, July 4 at 2.30 Walsh, Yates, Church, Lancashire, Cotton Manufacturer. Pet June 20. Bolton.

Blackburn, July 11 at 11

Tuesday, June 27, 1882.

Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.

To Surrender in London.

Lamb, Lonisa Mary, Huston st, Euston sq. Pet Juno 22. Hazlitt. July 12 at 12 Oppert, Emil, Palmerston bldgs. Old Broad st, Agent. Pet May 11. Hazlitt. July 12 at 1 Oxley, Frederick, and Francis Rashloigh Burnsido, Gt Winchester st, Merchants. Pet

June 22. Hazlitt. July 12 at 12 Rawley, E J , High st, Borough, Hop Merchant. Pet June 22. Hazlitt. July

12 at 12.30

Serff, Charles, Arnold terr, Fulham New Town, Baker. Pet June 24. Brougham. July 12 at 12

To Surrender in the Country. Bligh, Martin Joseph, Bradford, Grocer. Pet June 22. Lee. Bradford, July 11 at 12 Buxton, Thomas, Radcliffe on Trent, Notts, Builder. Pet June 23. Patchitt. Nottingham, July 13 at 3

Eagle, Frederick, Bank bldgs, Wandsworth, Cheesemonger. Pet May 23. Willoughby.

Wandsworth, July 7 at 11 Farris, Elizabeth, and Thomas Farris, Shaftesbury, Dorset, Agricultural Implement

Makers. Pet June 22. Wilsou. Salisbury, July 10 at 2.30 Owen, Thomas, jun, Ashford, Kent, Cattle Dealer. Pet June 23. Furley. Canterbury,

July 14 at 2

White, Helen, The Chase, Clapham common. Pet June 20. Willoughby. Wandsworth,
July 14 at 11

BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED.
Friday, June 23, 1882.
Purchase, J W , Moorgatc Bt, Secretary to a Public Company. June 20

Tuesday, June 27,1S82.

Rappard, William, Great Tower st. Export Merohant. Juno 22
Weinthal, Asher, Cannon st, Warehouseman. June 16

Liquidations by Arrangement.

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Fhiday, June 2:!, 1882. Alexander, Isaac Henry, Commercial rd East, Hosier. July 3 at 2 at Guildhall Coffee

House. Smith, Leadenhall st Allport, Daniel, South Stockton, York, Contractor. July 1 at 3 at offices of Vooholl,

Albert rd, Midtllesborough Andrew, Walter, Wakefield, York, Picture Frame Maker. July S at 3 at offices of

Horner and Edmondson, Wood st, Wakefield Barker, Joseph, Bolton/Lancaster, Coal Dealer. July 7 at 11 at offices of Cooper, Mawds.

ley st, Bolton

Barton, George, and Charles Wolferry Whaites, Coleman st, Woollen Warehousemen.

July 6 at 2 at offices of Cann, Fenchureh st Bennett, George Thomas, Nottingham, Bookseller, July 5 at 12 at at Ram Hotel, Long

row, the Market, Nottingham. Bonnet, Bristol Binns, John Philip, Churchfield rd, Acton, Butcher. July 11 at 3 at offices of Proctor

and Andrews, Princes st, Spitnlftelds Bladon, Alfred, Sparkhill, near Birmingham, outof business. July 0 at 3 at offices of

Bradley, Colmoro row, Birmingham Blakeborough, Joseph, Scarborough, York, Ironmonger. July 4 at 3 at North Eastern

Hotel, York. Watts and Kitching, Scarborough Bowler, William, Warwick, Licensed Victualler. July 10 at 2 at 17, Little Park st,

Coventry. Homer. Coventry Bune, William, Stock-cross, near Newbury, Berks, Baker. July 5 at 11 at Queen's Hotel,

Newbury, Lucas, Newbury Burnett, Isaac, jun, Workington, Oumberlnnd, Postmaster. July 4 at 12 at offices of

Thompson, Workington. Hayton nnd Simpson, Cockermouth Butler, Frederick, Norwich, Upholsterer. July 11 at 11 at offices of Winter and Francis,

St Giles st, Norwich Calvert, Samuel, Halifax, York, Plumber. July 5 at 3 at 5, Southgatc, Halifax Chinnyah, David Lazarus, Anerley, Surrey, Grocer. July 17 at 12 at offices of Moss,

Gracechurch st

Cleasby, Thomas Michael, Wilton, York, Farmer. July 5 at 2.30 at offices of Garbut and Fawcett, Finkle st, Stockton-on-Tees

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