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Clewes, John, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 'Licensed Victualler. June 30 at 3 at offices of

Joliffe, Collingwood Bt, Newcastle-nn-Tyne Cohen, Moss, Alexandra rd, St John's wood, Commission Agont. July 15 at 12 at office

of Reader, Ely pi, Holborn Council, William John, Small Heath, Warwick, Tobacconist. July 5 at 3 at offices of

Johnson and Co, Waterloo Ft, Birmingham Crab tree, James, Grewelthorpe, near Ripon, York, out of business. July 6 at 11 at offices

of Bateson and Hutchinson, Queen st, Ripon Crowley, John, Liverpool, Tallow Chandler. July 12 at 3 at offices of Horner, Victoria

st, Liverpool

Teller, Thomas George, Windsor, Berks, Baker. July 7 at 2 at offices of Philips and

Randall, Sheet st, Windsor Dilger, Ignatius, Bristol, Watchmaker. July 5 at 2 at office of Plummor and Parry,

Bristol chmbrs, Nicholas st, Bristol Ducrei, Eugene, Trinity sq, Tower hill, Wine Merchant. July 12 at 3 at office of Hil

bcry, Billiterst

Edwards, Robert Alfred, Southampton rd, naverstock-hill, Engineer. July 11 at 3 at office of Spencer and Co, Gt James st, Bedford row

Eggers, Henry, Sidney st, Mile End, Baker. July 5 at 2 at office of Armstrong, Chancery lane

Euglehart, Ernest , Lombard st, Hairdresser. July 7 at 2 at office of Woodier and Co,

Guildhall chmbrs, Basinghail st. Galloway, Gresham st Evans, Daniel, Talley, Carmarthen, Farmer. July 0 at 3 at Swan Inn, Tulley. Prioe

and Lloyd, Lampeter

Fitzer, Thomas Absalom, and Alfred Chiboust, St.. Brmet pi. Wine Merchants. July 10

at 11 at office of Lovering, Gresham st. Day and CartwrisTit, Loth bury Fox, William, Bradford, York, Tobacconist. July 7 at 3 at office of Wilkinson, Bradford Foxwell, William, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucester, Carrier. July 7 at 2 at office of

Dauncey and Co, Wotton-under-Edge Fretwell, Samuel, Ilkeston, Derby, Boot MaVcr. July 10 at 12 at Bulls Head Hotel,

Market pi, Leicester. Thurman and Slack, Ilkeston Fowler, James, and John Fowler, Macclesfield, Chester, Silk Manufacturers. July 0 at

11 at office of May, Churchside, Macclesfield Gardner, Harry, Havant, Hants, Baker. July 7at 12.30 at office of Edmonds and Co,

Cheapside. Fcltham, Portsea Gillvray, William, Doncnster, York, Coal Dealer. July 10 at 3 at office of Verity and

Baddiley, French gate, Doncnster Goldburg, Harris, Crawford st, Kdgware rd, Woollen Draper. July 12 at 3 at 145'

Cheapside. Haighand Agar, Gresham st Green, George, Salisbury, Wilts, Grocer, July 6 at 11 at Market Houso chmbrs,

Salisbury. Hodding, Salisbury Green way, Edward, and James Green way, Coventry, Bicycle Makers. July 10 at 12 at

office of Davis and Co, Hay lane, Coventry Harris, William Ashton, Vincont st, Old st, General Shop Keeper. July 3 at 1 at office

of Mogg, New Bread st. Parke, Warwick crt, Gray's-inn Harrison, Clement, Mexbrongh, York, Grocer. July i at 3 at office of Badgers and Co,

Moorgate st, Rotherhum Haward, Frederick Robertson, St George's sq, Pimlico, Surgeon. July 4 at 3 at Havelock Hotel, Robertson st, Hastings. Howard and Shclton, Threadnoedlo st Hay word, John Oxley, Margate, Kent, Toy Dealer, July 10 at 2 at office of Howard

and Shelton, Threadneedlc st Hnad, Charles Blake, Rye, Sussex, Sailmaker. July 5 at 11 at George Hotel, Rye.

Dewos, Rye

Holgato, George, Garstang, Lancaster, Butcher. July 0 at 2 at Oak Inn, Garstang. Blaekhurst, Preston

Hoi gate Thomas, and Robert Holgato, Burnley, Lancaster, Joiners. July 5 at 3 at New

Lion Hotel, Burnley, Hodgson, Burnley Horrex, Arthur Simpson, and Frank Bird, Hastings, Sussex, Booksellers. July 7 at

11.30 at Law Institution, Chancery lane. Chalindor, Hastings Illingworth, John, Otley, York, Worsted Spinner. July 5 at 11 at office of Killick and

Co, Commercial Bank bldgs, Bradford Ingle, William Stables, Eccleshill, York, Joiner. July 10 at 11 at office of Hutchinson,

Piccadilly chmbrs, Piccadilly, Bradford James, George, and John James, Clevedon, Somerset, Builders. July G at 1 at office of

O'Donoghue and Anson, St Augustines parade, Bristol Jardine, Alfred George, Old Change, Mantle Manufacturer. July 11 at 11 at office of

Lovering and Co, Gresham st. Buchanan and Rogers Jenkins, Rees, Ferndalo, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Grocer. July Oat 12 at office of

Lovctt, Duke st, Cardiff. Rosser, Pontypridd Jenkins, William, Swansea, Glamorgan, Public-house Manngor. July 4 at 12 at office

of John, Fisher st, Swansea Jennings, William Thomas, Jewinst, Costume Manufacturer. July 10 at 12 at office of

Plunkett and Leader, St Paul's Churchyard Johnson, Robert Braham, Blackfriars rd, Surrey, Boot and Shoe Dealer. July 10 at 3

at office of Montagu, Bucklersbury Jones, Samuel George, New Cross, Kent, Builder. July 17 at 2 at office of Moss, Gracechurch st

Lawry, Walter, Bristol, Dairyman. .Tulv 4 at 2 at office of Salisbury, Bristol

Lay ton, Richard Pears, Newark upon Trent, Nottingham, Butcher. July 13 at 12.30 at

office of Newton and Wallis, Middleirato, Newark upon Trent Lucas, Edward Albeit, Cricklade, Wilts, Cordwaincr. July 5 at 2 at Groat Western

Hotel, New Swindon. Lovctt, Cricklade Mabbott, William, Shrewsbury, Salop, Grocer. July 5 at 3 at the Crown Hotel, St

Mary's st, Shrewsbury. Morris, Shrewsbury McDonongh. Ann, Green st, Friar st, Blackfriars rd, Bedding Manufacturer. July 6

at 11 at office of Cooke, Grays inn sq McGeagb, William Stuart, Clapham rd, Chemist. July 5 at 3 at offices of Farkcs, Queen

Victoria st

Marshall, William Tripp, Weston super Mare, Somerset, Plumber. July 7 at 11 at

Grand Hotel, Broad st, Bristol. Smith, Weston super Maro Matthews, William, Newport, Monmouth, Grocer. July 5 at 12 at office of Farr and

Wade, Dock st, S'ewpoit Milgate, James, and Frederick Basil Amos, Brocklcy, Kent, Builders. July 0 at 4 at

office of Sandom and Co, Graeeehurch st Miller, James, Longsight, Manchester, Draper. July 5 at 3 at office of Simpson and

Hockin, Mount st, Albert sq, Manchester Millward, Henry, and Henry William Long, Birmingham, Jewellers. July 10 at 3 at

office of Filter, Bennett's hill, Birmingham Mnrphy, Neil, Wolverhampton, Stafford, Fish Dealer. Jnly Sat 1 at offices of Stratton,

Queen st, Wolverhampton Newman, Woolff, Mnm-h ster, Dealer in pictures. July 21 at 3 at offices of Casper,

Bra7enose st, Manchester Peacock, Jsmes, Ripon, York, Gent. July 7 at 1 at Queen Hotel, Leeds. Coppin and

Witham, Ripon

Pennington, John, Little Marlnw, Rucks, Farmer. July 13 at 2 at offices of Rawson and Awdry, High st, Gt Marlow

Plant, Thomas, Birmingham, Butcher. July 3 at 3 at offices of East, Temple st, Birmingham

Pritchard, David, Ccrrirccimven, Anglc^ca, Innkeeper. July 13 at 10.30 at offices of

Dew, Rose Cottage, Llangefni rurcell, Ferdinand Albert, Manchester sq, M.D. July 11 at 3 at 7 Manchester sq.

Jaquet, South st, Finslnirv sq Ramsey, William, Plumtree ct, Farrtntrdon st, Glass Manufacturer. July 10 at 2 at

offices of Spain and Co, CoV-man st. Allen and Edwards, Old Jewry Readier, Frederick, James Turner, and Albert Robeson, Birmingham, Chandelier

Manufacturers. July f> at 11 at offices of Hodgson and Price, Waterloo st, Birmingham Reynolds, John, Little Dawley, Salop, Grocer. July 5 at 12 at offices of Phillips and Co,

High st, Madelcy

Roberta, George, Whitney, Hereford, Farmer, July 7 at 4.30 at Crown Hotel, Hay. Corner, Hereford ,

Robson, Moses, Finsbury pk station, Auctioneer. July 10 at 2 at office of Wedlake,

Serjeant's inn, Fleet st Ross, John Charles, Birmingham, Refreshment houso Keeper. July S at U at office of

Fowke, Colmoro row, Birmingham Savago, Hannah, Levenshulme, Lancaster. July 6 at 3 at office of Johnston, Vernon st,


Sharland, Frederick George, Bristol, General Draper. July 0 at 3.30 at 145, Cheapside.

Salmon, Bristol

Sleigh, Alfred William, out of business. July G at 3 at office of Eckersley, Mawdsley st,


Smith, Thomas, Stockton on Tees, Innkeeper. July Cat 11 30 at office of Smith, Market

pi, Thirsk

Smith, Thomas, Norton on the Moors, Stafford, Farmer. July 3 at 11 at office of Hollina

head and Moodj', Tunstall Spiller, Henry, Barnwell rd, Brixton, Baker. July 8 at 12 at office of Ody, Blackfriars


Stewart, George, Pontefract, Slator. July Gat 3 at office of England, East parade,


St John, Thomas James Davcy, Lymington, Hants, Baker. July 6 at 11 at office of Cox. well, High st, Lymington

Sutton, Charles, Darlington, Grocer. July Oat 11 at offico of Barron, High row, Darlington

Taylor, Richard, Edmonton, Timber Merchant. July 7 at 2 at Law Institution, Chan

eery lane. Thomson and Ward, Bedford row ITrry, Albert, Newport, Innkeeper. July G at 12 at office of Edmonds and Co, Portsea.

Pittis, Newport

Venres, John Thomas, Craven st. Bays-water, Builder. July 10 at3 at Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn. Rubinstein, Regent st. Water loo pi

Walker, William, Salford, Boot Dealer. July 5 at 11 at Falstaff Hotel, Market pi, Man Chester. Tremewen, Manchester

Wallis, William, jun, Tibshelf, Derby, Miner. July 7 at 12 at office of Hibbert, Mansfield. Lees, Nottingham

Weathorit, Robert James, South Shield*, Grocer. July 4 at 32, Grainger st, West, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in lieu of the place originally named

Weldon, John George, Birmingham, Carver. July 7 at 11 at office of Taylor, Colmore row, Birmingham

Wells, John, Abergavenny, Shoemaker. July 10 at 11 at offico of Browne, Lion st, Abergavenny

Wheeler, Gervaso, Hovo, Sussex, Architect. July 0 at 3 at office of Reader, Ely pi, Holborn

Wilcock, John, Clayton, Stonemason. July 5 at 3 at Old Original Queen's Head Iod,

Queensbury. Ptansfeld, Halifax Williams, Henry Griffith, and John Thomas, Liverpool, Builders. July 7 at 3 at office

of Morris and Jones, Dale st, Liverpool Wilston, John Jamos, jun, Gt College st. Coach Builder. July 12 at 2 at Anderton's

Hotel, Fleet st. Johnson, Arundel st. Strand Winskill, Thomas, and Joseph Winskill, Warcop, Farmers. July 7 at 11 at 26, South

End rd, renrith. Fairer, Penrith Wormald, William, Wakefield, Innkeeper. July 6 at 3 at office of Lodge, Townhall

chmbrs, Wakefield

Wright-sou, Leonard Butler, John st, Minories, Clerk. July 1 at 12 at office of Free

tnans and Dicker, Gutter lane, Cheapside Wyatt, William Eden, Wolverhampton, Draper. July 7 at 11 at offico of Stratton,

Queen st, Wolverhampton

Tcssdat, June 27, 1882. Abrahams, Isidore, Edgware rd, Fruiterer. July G at 3 at offico of Comer and Co, Lincoln's inn fields

Afriut, Abraham do Joseph, Gt Prescott st, Whitechapel, Merchant. July 12 at 3 at

office of Jonas, Bisbopsgate st Within Ashman, Robert, Bristol, Coal Merchant. July 5 at 12 at offica of Nurse, Corn st, Bristol

Baker, Elizabeth, Wolverhampton, Stafford, Grocer. July 11 at 11 at Smith, Lich Gate?,


Barncll, James William, Alma rd. East hill, Wandsworth. July 12 at 11 at Guildhall

tvrn, Gresham st. Wright, Adelaido bldgs, London bridge Baugh, Sarah, Richmond rd, Dalston. July 13 at 8 at office of Paulin,Fenct, Fenchurch


Beard, Frances, Gravcsend, Kent, Licensed Victualler. July 14 at 3 at office of Weill,

PatcmosteJ row

Behbington, James. Manchester, Baker. July 19 at 3 at Falstaff notel, Market pi,

Manchester. Tremewen, Manchester Bell, William, Foulsham, Norfolk, Draper. July 7 at 12 at office of Coaks and Co, Bank

plain, Norwich

Bicknell, William, Taunton St James, Somerset, Farmer. July 0 at 11 at office of Foster and Crashaw, East st, Taunton

Biggs, Joseph, North Marston, Buckingham, Dealer. July 15 at 3 at office of Fell, Rickford's hill, Ayleslnuy

Bloore, John, Walsall,"Staford, Grocer. July 10 at 11.30 at office of Gt Western Hotel,

Birmingham. Bill, Walsall Bovey, John, Torquay, Devon, Butcher. July 4 at 11 at at office of Lindod, Fleet st,


Bromneld, Thomas, Minshull, Vernon, nr Middlewich, Chester, Inukeer. July 13 at 11

at office of Hill, Market st, Crewo Brown, William, Marlborough rd, Brownlow rp, Dalston, Grocer. July 0 at 2 at office

of Norris, Sonthompton bldgs, ChancJrv lane Bull, George, Cambridge Boot and Shoe Maker. July 11 at 2 at 7, Com Exchange st,

Cambridge. Whitehead, Cambridge Bull, John, Derby, Builder. July 12 at 3 at office of Briggs, Commercial Bank chmbrs,

Albert st, Derby

Busgon, AlfJed, Salford, Lancaster, out of business. July 11 at 3 at office of Sale anil

Co, Booth st, Manchester Carr, George, West Brighton, Sussex, Bootmnker. July 13 at 12 at offico of Edmonds

and Co, Cheapside. Cooper and Williams, Brighton Cartwright, CharloR Richard, Leicester, out of business. July 10 at 3 at office of Owston

and Dickinson, Friar lane, Leicester Caton, William, Tunstall, Stafford, Butty Collier. July 10 at 3 at office of Llewellyn

and Acrill, Piccadilly st, Tunstall . Chambers, David, Balsall Heath, Worcostcr, General Dealer. July 10 at 3 at offices or

Duke, Temple row, Birmingham Chappcll, John Frederick, Blackwood, Monmouth, Grocer. July 7 at 12 at offices 01

Dauncey, Albion chmbrs, Newport Clay, Tnoraas, Nottingham, Slater. July 12 at 4 at offices of Barlow, St Peter's Church

walk, Nottingham

Coombs, Barnard, Nottingham, Whitesmith. July 11 at 3 at offices of Clifton, St

Peter's chmbrs, Nottingham Cooper, Joseph William, and William Cooper, Walsall, Stafford, Bridlo Cutters. July <

at 11.30 at offices of Sheldon, High st, Wedneabury , Cooper, John Musgrave, Otley, York, Licensed Victualler. July 10 at 11 at offices 01

Lodge and Rhodes, Park row, Leeds Cuthbertson, Rev William, Oakley st, Chelsea. July 11 at 3 at the Chequers Inn,

Bishop's S tort ford. Shopheard, Finsbury circus Dane, Thompson, Crewe, Chester, Pensioner. July 5 at 3 at offices of Pointon, Albert

chmbrs, Church side, Crewe . Davies, Ann, Morriston, near Swansea, Glamorgan, out of business. July 7 at U *l

offices of Hartland and Co, Rutland st, Swansea Davies, Charles Edwin, Tipton* Stafford, Grocer, July 10 at IS at offices of "\

Queen st, Wolverhampton

Davies, Edward Thomas, and Henry Denson Jones, Roman rd, Old Ford, Leather Merchants. July 6 at 3 at offices of Ogle, Charles sq, Old st Dawson, Anthony Howlden, Newcastle upon Tyno, Grocer. July 12 at 3 at offices of

Warlow, Collingwood st, Newcastle upon Tyne Dcnley, Henry John Day, Newcastle upon Tyne, Vurrier. July 10 at 2 at Inns of Court

Hotel, Holborn. Clark, Newcastle upon Tyno Fenton, William, Wanstead, Essex, Farmer. July 21 at 3 at offices of Walker anil

Battiscombc, Wjiter lane, Great Tower st Fotherpill, Mark Perkins, Liverpool, Family Grocer. July 10 at i at offices of Lowe,

Mount Pleasant, Liverpool Fryer, Thomas, Bishopdale, York, Farmer. July 8 at 1 at offices or Clay, Railway

Hotel, Romanby, nr Northallerton. Jefferson, Northallerton. Fryer, William Purchas, Bishopdale, York, Farmer. July 8 at 1 at offices of Clfty,

Railway Hotel, Romimby, near Northallerton. Jefferson, NorLhallertou Genth, Johann Carl Wilhelm, Grosvenor Hotel, Gentleman. July 11 at 12 at offices of

Bradford and Thursby, Crown bldgs, Queen Victoria st Gower, James, Sunclednnd, Durham, Blacksmith. July 10 at 12 at Horse and Groom

Hotel, North Walsham. Harle, Chester le Street Graham, William, Dcwsbury, York, Wool Merchant. July 12 at 3 at Wellington Hotel,

Dewsbury. Shaw, Dewsbury Hackor, Thomas, Plymouth, Devon, Cab Proprietor. July 11 at 12 at offices of Brian,

Frankfort st, Plymouth Hann, Gil1)ert, and George Kick, Stockwell, Surrey, Builders. July 7 at 11 at offices of

Bilton, Leadenhnll st

Haughlin, Joseph, Kidderminster, Worccstor, Butcher. July 11 at 3 at offices of

Bagstor, Commercial bldgs, Kidderminster Hawkins, Richard William, Liverpool rd, Islington, Ham and Tongue Dealer. July G

at 2 at office of Plater, Southampton bldgs, Chancery lane Heater, George, Wantage, Berks, Watch and Clock Maker. July 11 at 11 at office of

Ormond, Wantage

Hieks, John, Tnnstall, Stafford, Watchmiker. July 10 at 2 at office of Llewellyn and

Ackriil, Piccadilly st, Tunstall Hiscox, Alfred John, Wisbech St Peter, Cambridge, Timber Merchant. July 12 at 1 at

Public Hall, Wisbech 8t Peter. Fraserand Co, Wisl>ech Hook, Evan James, and Herbert Evelyn Rawson, King's head ct, Bc.*ch st, Barbi

can. Fur Skin Dyers. July 17at 12 at'officeof Leslie and Co. Coleman st. Morleyand

ShirrofT, Gresham House, Old Broad st Hooper, Edwin James, Yeovil, Somerset, Grocer. July 10 aL 2 at Royal Talbot Hotel,

Victoria st. Bristol. Bollen, Yeovil Hope, Alfred John, Wolverhampton, Stafford, Lock and Key Manufacturer. July 11 at

3 at offices of Willcock, North st, Wolverhampton Ingram, Daniel, Hirwain, nr Abcnlare, Grocer. July 10 at 12 at office of Beddoe, Canon

st, Aberdaro

Ivanov, John, Kingsland rd, Manufacturing Furrier. July 20 at 3 at office of Chandler, Finsbury pavement

Ivimey, Robert, Southend, Tailor. July 10 at 3 at office of Parnell and Wesley, Fenchurch st

Jamas, Joseph, Newoastlo upon Tyno, Hardware Doalor. July 5 at 2 at o!fic*3 of Joel,

Newgate st, Newcastle upon Tyne Jeffery, William, Ipswich, Suffolk, General Furnituro Wtirehouscnian. July 13 at 12

at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Birkott and Bantoft, Ipswich Jeffrys, William Alexander, Lancaster, Watchmaker. July 10 at 2 at office of Johnson

and Tilly, Sun sr., Lancaster Jeffs, Henry, Small Heath, Birmingham, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. July 10 at 12 at

office of Cottrell, Temple row, Birmingham Kirk, Henry, Manchester, Metal and Machine Broker. July 13 at 2 at office of Phillips,

Marsdeu st, Manchester Kline, Louis, Kingston upon Hull, Tailor, July 7 at 3 at Law Society's Hall, Bowlalley

lane, Kingston upon Hull, Lnverack, Hull Lawton, John, Castleford, York, Innkeeper. July 12 at 2.30 at office of Gill and Hall,

Barstow sq, Wakofleld Leadbetter, William, Mirfield, York, Innkeeper. July 11 at 3 at office of Milnes and

Swift, New st, Huddersfleld Leader, Samuel Rouning, Peterborough, Northampton, Builder. July 12 at 11 at Bell

ond Oak Inn, Peterborough. Gachcs, Peterborough Lycett, James, High Offley, Stafford, Farmer. July 6 at 2 at Junction Hotel, Stafford.

Robinson, Eccleshall

Manifold, Joseph Henry, Roccster, Stafford, Plumber. July 13 at 12 at office of Flint

and Flint, High st, Uttoxeter Marchant, Albion Joseph, and Walter James Marchant, Modena terr, Kensal rd, Stone

Merchants. July 12 at 3 at Holies st, Cavendish sq. Underwood and C) Maskelt, George, Bradford, York, Lithographer. July 8 at 11 at offices of Wilkinson,

Kirkgate, Bradford

Morris, Charles Edward David, Bassaleg, Monmouth, Tin Plate Manufacturer. July

10 at 2 at offices of Colborne and Ward, Newport Mountford, Edward Thomas, Birmingham, Provision Dealer's Assistant. July 10 at 3

at offices of Wright and Marshall, New st, Birmingham Oakman, James Bogie, Wimbledon, Surrey, out of business. July 17 at 12 at offices of

Knight and Ward, Clement's inn, Strand Ombler, John, Newington, York, Hairdresser, July 5 at 3 at offices of Chambers, Scale

lane, Kingston upon Hull Parsons, James, Ilford, Essex, Farmer. July 6 at 3 at Angel Hotel, Ilford. Angove,

Bell yard. Temple Bar Peck, Thomas Edward, Plymouth, Devon, Grocer. July 10 at 11 at offices of Elworthy

and Co, Courtenay st, Plymouth Phillips, William Benjamin, Birmingham, Gilt Toy Manufacturer. July 13 at 3 at

offices of Tyudall and Co, Colmore row, Birmingham Pierson, Matilda Louisa, Folkestone, Kent, Milliner. July 0 at 3 at offices of Minter,

Guildhall st, Folkestone Price, Elizabeth, Worcester, out of business. July 10 at 11 at offices of Tree High st,


Raven, Heniy, and William HsrriRon Browis, Newgate st, Wholesale Furriers. July

10 at 3 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Young, Newgate st Reeve, Jesse, Bungay, Suffolk, Hairdresser. July 2 at 11 at offices of Angell, Blybur

gate st, Beccles

Rintoul, John, Marylebono rd, Carriago Builder. July 7 at 3 at offices of Cooper and

Co, Lincoln's inn fields Roberts, Joseph, Birmingham, Bottlo Jack Manufacturer. July 5 at 11 at offices of

Stokes, Temple st, Birmingham Schramm, Emil, Birmingham, Hardware Merchant. July 11 at 12 at Grand Hotel,

Birmingham. Walter, Birmingham Bhemwell, Allwood, Calver, near Evam, Derby, Farmer. July 12 at 2 at Castlo Hotel,

Bakewoll. Calder, Derby Skinner, Thomas, Washfield, Devon, Fnrnior. July 5 at 11 at Palmcrston Hotel,

Tiverton. Chirko and Payne, Tiverton Smart, Richard, Wellington, Salop, Provision Dealer. July 8 at 3,30 at Lion Hotel,

Shrewsbury. Marcy, Wellington Smith, John, Sedgley, Stafford, Horse Dealer. July 8 at 1 at offices of Stratton, Queen

st, Wolverhampton

Smith, Tom Julius, Warminster, Wilts, Cabinet Maker. July i at 12 at Bath Arms, Warminster. Dunn and Payne. Fromo

Steel, Harry Samuel, Listen, Essex, Miller. July 11 at 12 at Four Swans Hotel, Sudbury. Andrewes and Co, Sudbury

Taylor, John, and Geoige Parsons, Bradford, Ironmongers. July 12 at 11 at 12 Piccadilly, Bradford. Gardiner and Jeffery, Bradford

Thomas, Henry, Treherbort, Glamorj^an, Draper. July 10 at 11 at offices] of Davies, Mill st, Pontypridd

Thompson, John Robert, Richmond crescent, Barnsbury. July 7 at 3 at Essex Arms,

Brentwood. CavclL, Now inn. Strand Thorp, Frederick, Theobald's rd, Mercantile Clerk. July 0 at 2 at offices of Clarke,

Bedford row

Tipping, Henry, Portsca, Engineer. July 7 at 3 at offices of Edmonds and Co, Cheapside. Addison, Portsmouth Tomlinson, William Arthur, Reading, Grocer. July 10 at 11 at 2t, Friar st, Reading.


Triggs, Go;irgc, Chichester, Baker. July 20 at 3 at the Angel Hotel, Midlmrst. Jan

mitn, Chichester

Tweedale, Robert Leach, and John Twcedalc, Rochdale, Manufacturers. July li at3 at the Mitre Hotel, Manchester. Addloshaw and Warburton, Manchester

Walker, Thomas, Heme, Kent, Farmer. July 12 at 3 at Foresters' Hall, Canterbury, t'ollard, Canterbury

Walz, George, Upper Charlton st, Fitzroy sq, Cabinet Maker. July 6 at 2 at offices of

Lea, Old Jewry chmbers Warriner,Thomas, Hildcrthorpe, York, Joiner. July 12 at 11 at offices of West, King

st, Bridlington Quay

Watkins, Samuel Wadeson, Gloucester, Boat Builder. July 10 at 3 at office of Green,

Westgate chbrs, Gloucester Wellington, James Russell, Norwich, Timber Merchant. July 5 at 12 at Maid's Head

Hotel, Norwich. Turner and Prior, Norwich Woscott, Richard, Farnborough, Hants, Butcher. July 19 at 3 at Bush Hotel, Faniham.

Holiest and Co, Farnham White, James, Manchester, Dairyman. July 11 at 11 nt office- of Salomonsnn, Kennedy

st, Manchester

Wilson, Robert, jun, Park rd, Acton, Dairyman's Manager. July 7 at 12 at office of Harrison, Pancras lane

Worloy, Alfred, Derby, out of business. July 7 at 2 at 45, Full st, Derby. Bird, Nottingham

Worswick, Richard, Whitewell Bottom, nr Nowchurch in Rossendalo, Lancaster, Woollen Printer. July 10 at 3 at Duko of Bucclcuch Hot3l, Watorfoot, nr Nowchurch in Rossendalo. Wright, Rawtcnstall

Wright, Arthur, Cheadle, Stafford, Licensed Victualler. July 7 at 11 at office of Tennant arid Co, Cheapsido, Hanloy

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An Obdeb, which we print in another column, transfers all the matters pending before Mr. Justice Fbt to Mr. Justice Kay, as from the 3rd of July, to be heard and disposed of by him so far and to such extent as he shall consider necessary or expedient.

The Fbeqttency and rapidity with which causes in the Chancery Division are now transferred from one judge to another must be extremely puzzling to practitioners. If the practice is continued it will be almost as difficult for a practitioner in the Chancery Division to find out before what judge his cause is standing at a given time as it recently was to know in what court of the Queen's Bench Division a cause would be tried.

Fbiday is the last day on which the Court of Appeal sits at Westminster before the Long Vacation. On Saturday the court will not sit either at Lincoln's-inn or at Westminster. On Monday the court will sit at Lincoln's-inn and will take chancery appeals until it rises for the Long Vacation.

We Abe Enabled to state that an important step is in contemplation with a view to relieving the block of cases in the Chancery Division. For reasons well known to the profession it has become a common practice to commence in that Division many actions of the kind known as common law actions. It is intended to transfer to the Queen's Bench Division, as from the com mencement of the next Michaelmas Sittings, all actioDS com menced in the Chancery Division which are not of the descrip tion, by the 34th section of the Judicature Act, 1873, specially assigned to that Division.

The Mode in which this important step will be carried out is, we believe, still under discussion. It is presumed that the contemplated transfer will be under the 36th section of the Judicature Act of 1873, and under ord. 51, r. 2, of the Rules of the Supreme Court. The 36th section provides that any cause or matter may " at any time and at any stage, and either with or without application, be transferred by such authority and in such manner as the Rules of Court may direct from one Division to another," and the rule says that the transfer may be made by an order made by the court or any judge of the Division to which the action is assigned, but with the consent of the President of the Division to which the action is transferred. There is, therefore, full power to make the proposed transfer if the Lord Chief Justice consents. The selection of the causes to be transferred will obviously require great discrimination, and it is to be hoped that provision will be made that suitors shall not be put to any expense of re-transfer in any cause which, for any reason whatever, the court may find it necessary to re-transfer.

It Was Announced in the House of Commons on Monday night that the courts in the building of the Royal Courts of Justice will be opened on the 2nd of November next, and that the clock will be placed in the tower before that time. The promise made in the sprirg of 1881, that the clock would be completed during the summer of that year, has hitherto remained unperformed, and the public had better not expect too much from this last utterance. As regards the opening, which is to take place on the first day of

the Michaelmas Sittings, there is very little doubt that nine or ten courts will be ready for use by that time, but it is doubted in some quarters whether all of them can be completed by that date. It is understood that the grand opening ceremony, which it was hoped would be accompanied by the presence of her Majesty, has been abandoned. The usual procession of judges, which hitherto has taken place at Westminster Hall, may be anticipated, and nothing more.

The Lobd Chanoelloe, on the second reading of the Judicature Bill, explained that the provisions as to judges of the High Court sitting in the Court of Appeal "would not introduce an element of constant strength into the Court of Appeal, but would provide for emergencies, such as the illness of individual members of the court." We are glad to know this, but if this is the object of the provision it ought to be expressed in the Bill, the power to request the attendance of judges of the High Court being limited to the illness or unavoidable absence of a judge of the Court of Appeal. And may we again draw attention to the singular phraseology of clause 2? This clause is apparently intended to "introduce an element of" more "constant strength" than clause 4, and it is very desirable that it should be so expressed as to raise no doubt as to the nature of the " strength" intended to be added. As it stands at present the clause is as full of doubt as if it were a section of the Conveyancing Act, 1881. Any person who " has held" the office of judge of the High Court is to be competent, if he consents to do so, to sit in the Court of Appeal. A person holding the office of judge of the High Court may be said to have also held it. Then, again, the " person" who attends the sittings of the Court of Appeal is, " during such attendance," to "have all the jurisdiction and powers of a judge of the said court, but he shall not otherwise be deemed to be a judge of the said court." That is say, as regards jurisdiction and power, he is to be a judge of the court during his attendance. What can be the "otherwise" in which he is not to be deemed a judge of the court during his attendance? The clause subsequently provides that the "person" is, "if a peer or privy councillor," to "rank among the judges of the said court."

It Is A Common Habit of judges, when, as sometimes happens in the course of a litigation, the original subject-matter of dispute has disappeared or become of no importance, to say that the only question between the parties has become a mere matter of costs, and, without exactly declining to hear the case on that ground, to put such pressure on the parties as to compel them to make some arrangement between themselves as to the costs, or to be content to bear each his own costs. Any one frequenting the courts knows that what we refer to is a matter of constant occurrence. We venture to think that this is often a mistake. There is, perhaps, a natural reluctance to decide questions no longer substantially in dispute between the parties for the mere purpose of determining the incidental question of costs. All English judges dislike deciding questions not really at issue, and when a question is not directly in issue, but merely for an incidental purpose, something of the same feeling is unconsciously experienced. And, again, there is, we fancy, some sort of idea that, by the course of proceeding we allude to, the practice of running up costs unnecessarily is discouraged. It seems to us, on the contrary, when the substance of the thing is considered, very doubtful whether the balance of justice and advantage is not in favour of deciding the questions that the parties seek to have decided even though only costs depend upon them. A litigant, to whom the question after all is generally one of money, naturally fails to appreciate the distinction between £100 debt or damages and £100 costs. And, again, in many of these cases there is a very important moral

element concerned. Sometimes both parties or their solicitors are somewhat to blame, and have been in some respects unreasonable and litigious, but very often the blame is altogether, or chiefly, on one side. In such cases it is very hard for the reasonable and blameless litigant to be left ■without remedy because it is a "mere question of costs," and to have to pay his own costs of proceedings in which his opponent has conducted himself in an unreasonable, litigious, or vexatious manner. It seems to us that justice is often interested in having questions fought out, though merely the costs depend upon them.

Ir A Man Dies of injuries received by being run over through the negligence of a railway company's servants at a level crossing, his widow cannot recover for the loss caused to his estate by the medical expenses incurred between the injury and the death, whereas, if he had been a passenger, and had received injuries resulting in death, she would have been able to recover for a similar " loss to the estate." Such is the result of the authorities on the curious point first mooted in Bradshaw v. Lancashire and Yorkthire Railway Company (L. R. 10 C. P. 180), as explained in the recent case of Pulling v. Great Eastern Railway Company (L. R. 9 Q. B. D. 110) by Denman, J., who, with Geove, J., decided Bradshaw's case, in which it was held that the widow of a passenger was entitled to recover. As is pointed out in the judgments, Bradshaw's case proceeded on the ground that the action was for a breach of contract to carry safely, so that the maxim actio personalis moritur cum persond could not apply; and to the same effect are dicta in the older cases of Knights v. Quarles (2 B. k B. 102) and Alton v. Midland Raihoay Company (34 L. J. C. P. 292). But there is no breach of contract, but a breach of duty merely, or, in legal phraseology, a tort, in a case where any member of the public, not being a passenger, is injured by negligence at a level crossing; and, as is observed by Denman, J., "none of the authorities go so far as to say that where the cause of action is in substance an injury to the person, the personal representative can maintain an action merely because the person so injured incurred in his lifetime some expenditure of money in consequence of the personal injury." The distinction is probably sound in law, if somewhat artificial and obscure, and it is of especial consequence to bear it in mind, as the ruling in Bradshaw's case was questioned in Leggott v. Great Northern Railway Company (L. R. 1 Q. B. D. 599) by Mellor and Qitain, J J. Independently of authority, we agree with Gkove, J., that, whether the action be for breach of contract or duty, it is very hard to see why the damage to the estate, which would be clearly recoverable if the injured party lived, should be the less recoverable in case of his death.

We Obseeve with satisfaction that Mr. Justice Fey has this week, in a case of Elliot v, Langston, set rigorous bounds to the doctrine of the validity of verbal contracts collateral to written leases. In the case which set the doctrine afoot {Morgan v. Griffith, L. R. 6 Ex. 70) the decision was based on the fact that the plaintiff would not have signed the lease unless the verbal collateral promise had been given. But in Erskine v. Adeane (21 W. R. 802, L. R. 8 Ch. 756) Lord Justice James gave a much wider scope to the rule. He said that, "While there was an agreement going on for a lease which was to contain certain stipulations only, a promise was made, or a representation which amounted to a promise, by [the landlord] that the game of which the tenant was then complaining should be so dealt with as not to amount to a serious nuisance to the tenant"—and this promise the court held to be valid. It would be very dangerous to allow any promise or representation made during the negotiations for a lease to constitute a collateral verbal contract. In order to constitute such a contract there ought to be a promise on the strength of which the tenant signed the lease, and without which he would not have signed it. And, as Mr. Justice Fry (who was counsel for the landlord in Ersleine v. Adeane) has pointed out in the recent case, the evidence of this promise, and that it was the condition of the lessee's signing the lease, ought to be very clear, for " there is a strong presumption that the parties intended the whole of the agreement to be contained in the written document, and that whatever else might be intended to be done

should be left to honour and not be binding." We venture to think that it is matter for great regret that this should only be a presumption, foi there can be little doubt that it expresses the true state of the case in almost every instance. The lengths to which the doctrine of collateral agreements might be pushed are illustrated in the recent case, where one of the verbal representaions alleged by the plaintiff to constitute an agreement collateral to a lease of offices was that "a housekeeper lived in the back kitchen who had no children," whereas it appeared that the housekeeper had a husband and children, and lived partly in the back kitchen and partly on the ground floor. If the recent action had succeeded wc should have had applications to set aside leases of offices on the ground of collateral agreements by the lessor as to the housekeeper's temper, temperance, and tidiness.

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It Was Stated in a case of Truningery. Keene, before the Court of Appeal on Monday (which will be found reported elsewhere), that it is not an uncommon practice for the solicitor of a party who has issued a writ of elegit, instead of delivering it in due course at the office of the under-sheriff in order that a warrant to levy may be issued to the sheriff's officer, to deliver the writ to a sheriffs officer in order that he may obtain the warrant, "a small fee being paid to him for the purpose;" and it was stated that "some advantage is supposed to be derived from thus securing the personal attention of the officer." We know nothing of the case before the court, but we may point out that if this practice has become common, the benefit supposed to accrue from it is likely to disappear. So long as the " small fee" was an exceptional thing, it might secure " personal attention," but when it is the common practice, special personal attention is likely to bccome^less vigilant. It would seem that in the recent case the fee did not prove Tery efficacious in securing attention, and the decision in the case shows that if the writ is delivered by the execution creditor or his solicitor to a clerk of the sheriff's officer, the creditor cannot (in the absence of proof of direct authority from the officer to his clerk to receive such writs) sue the sheriffs officer for negligence in not procuring the warrant in time.

It Is Satisfactory to learn from the report of the Council of the Incorporated Law Society that they have prepared an amendment, to be moved by Mr. Gregory, M.P., to the clause in the Conveyancing Bill which provides for the abolition of the acknowledgment of deeds by married women. The amendment provides that one commissioner, not interested in the matter, should be sufficient, instead of two as at present required, and that no other certificate of acknowledgment should be necessary than a memorandum indorsed on the deed, signed by the commissioner, to the effect of the present certificate, and that no affidavit should be required. This seems to meet the requirements of the case very fairly.

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