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any session since the foundation of the society. The total number of members (i.) As to the extent of the security for rent which landlords generally now on the roll is 275. The following wore the officers elected for the ensuing posse88 in the amount acording to a tepant for ots of husbandry, session :-Secretary, Mr. E. G. Spiers; treasurer, Mr. Walter Bartlett ; l omblements, and other oustomary claims. reporter, Mr. W. A. Bilney ; committee, Megers, T. B. Napier, E. C. Barry, (5.) The probable effeot of abolition as regards large and small tenants G. H. Bower, J. P. Burst, and H. Mossop ; auditors, Megsts. Kirk and Lloyd respectively. Jones ; representatives of the society at the Social Science Association, Messrs. (k.) As to whether the law should be amended or abolished. C. E. Barry and E. G. Spiers.
(1.) As to the expedienoy, should the law be abolished, of giving the July 11.-_The society held its annnal dinner at the Criterion Restaurant owner a more summary means of re-entry in cases where the tonant is in Mr. H. M. Phillips in the chair. Seventy-four members and visitors (among
arrer with his rent or otherwise breaks his covenants. whom were several members of the Council of the Incorporated Law Society)
(M.) If the law is not abolished, but amended, what changes are desirable.
(n.) The effect of the law on the cultivation of the soil, and on the extent of were present.
poor land reclaimed,
Evidence was also adduced in respect of the law as affecting urban tenancies
The arguments for and against the existence of a law of distress have been LAW OF DISTRESS.
explained by the witnesses before your committee with much ability.
In favour of the retention of the law it has been urged, The following report of the Select Committee appointed to consider the wbolo
(a.) That it is founded on immemorial custom. subject of the Law of Distress, especially as regards agricultural landlords and |
(6.) That it gives additional security to mortgagees, and in certain cases to tenants, has jast been issued :
small annuitants, and also enables landowners to borrow money upon casier Your committee have taken evidence upon the history, the working, and
terms. the effect of the Law of Distress, and bave had before them, as witnesses, the
(c.) That the general opinion of tenants is in favour of its retention in an Attorney-General for England, the Lord Advocate of Scotland, tbe Solicitor to
amended form. the Inland Revenue Office, two country solicitors, two of the Assistant Com.
(d.) That it is favourable to small tenants, missioners to the Royal Commission upon Agriculture, two land agents, two house agents, two bank managers, one oilcake and manure merchant, one
(e.) That if it were abolished some law or condition in the creation of agricultural implement dealer; also pipo farmers, of whom
one tenangies more objeotionable, and possibly injurions, would of necessity be
several occupy introduced, each an their own land ; two are land valuers as well as farmers, and one acted as an
1. Ront paid in advance. Assistant Commissioner to the Royal Commission upon Agricultare. The law of distress is stated to be of great antiquity. It is probably
2. Finding security.
3. Bills of sale. cotemporaneous with the feudal law. Distresses were originally merely
4. Stringent power of immediate re-entry. pledges given to the lord, to compel the tenant to render the rent, or the
(f.) That it is a cheap and easy remedy. services to which he was liable under his feudal contract. After & time, I
(9.) That though the law is very rarely enforced, the existence of the statute law endeavoured to define aud to regalate this feudal custom. The law of distress now rests upon a mass of case law, and upon a great
power is of great praotical service.
(h.) Tbat from the peopliarity of his position, and the fact of his claim number of Acts of Parliament. Statutes have been enacted, sometimes for
continually soorging, a landlord should have a preferential right over an the proteotion of the tenants, sometimes for the security of the lord, extend. ing from the Statute of Marlebridge, in the reign of Henry III., 1267, to
(i.) That in case of a tenant's insolvency, the landlord would be in a worse 35 & 36 Viot. 0. 50, in 1872. The right of distress-op to the time of
position than any other creditor, since he not only runs the risk of loss of rent, William and Mary, limited to goods in the hands of the tenant which
| but may be compelled suddenly to resume possession of his property, deprecould be re-delivered to bim without deterioration—was by the 2nd William
ciated in quality, and ruined in letting value. and Mary, o. 5, extended to corn sheaves and other kinds of out crops, and
(j.) Tbat in respect of house property, the abolition of the law would check by the 11th George II., o. 19, the right of seizure was further extended to
the erection of dwellings for the class of small tenants. grass, hay, and other products of the soil. This brief statement is im.
(k.) That it is often difficult to find tenants with ample capital, and desirable portant, as showing how the law of distress, though varying from time to
to encourage rising men who have knowledge and industry, even though their time ander various influences, has been implanted in the ideas and habits,
capital be smell, and that on the poorer classes of soil such men are alone and contraots of the people, during many generations.
available, and prove more successful caltivators. The consolidation of the numerous and complicated statutes relating to
(1.) That by the operation of the law of distress & tenant obtains longer the law of distress is a matter for the consideration of experienced lawyers credit from his landlord, equivalent to an advance of money often amounting rather than for the decision of your committee. This question is one of to half a year's rent of a farm, or more, and for which the tenant pays no importance, and if the law of distress should be maintained, it should not be forgotten.
On the other hand it is contendedThe principle of satisfaction by distress is the one general remedy now That the existence of the law leads to undue competition for farms, and inexisting in all cases of rent, assessment, and charge when property is the basis duces owners (especially needy ones) to accept as eligible tenants persons with of liability. In modern statutes, whetber for the recovery of tithe rent-charge, insufficient means--one effect being to raise the rent to solvent men; and recovery of rates of every class, or recovery of penalties, the remedy of distress that the repeal of the law would prove an additional incentive to landowners is generally the one provided in the first instance, and in some cases the only to secure first-class tenants ; remedy. With respect to rates and penalties generally, no procedure can be (a.) That it impairs the general credit of tenant farmers ; taken against the individual until tbe power of distraint has been exhausted.
16.) That it gives the landlord an unfair preference over other oreditors; The Crown's remedy for recovery of Crown debts is by distress.
ic) That there is no difference in the commercial position of the landlord The present law of distress gives power to the landlord to distrain for six
who supplies the land and the man who supplies any other commodity; years' rent, and allows the seizure of stock, macbioery, &c., belonging to a tbird (d.) That it encourages bad farming and leads to diminished production : party wben found on the occupation of a defaulting tenant. These, apart from se. That it is class legislation, conferring an undue preference. the question of pripciple, appear to be the two main points wbich have led to
The law of distress enables the landlord to distrain for the full amount of the desire for investigation into the general bearing of the existing law. rent due, without allowing for any counter-claim which the tenant may have
It appears that in Scotland, notwithstanding recent legislation upon the secured to him under agreement against his landlord, and some cases of great law of bypotbec, the landlord may, when six months' rent is unpaid, sue before hardsbip have been given in evidence when the tenants have bad to resort to the judge ordinary for his rent, and get a decree of removing against the
action at law for the recovery of their claims. Provision should be made to tenant, unless the tenant finds security for the rent due .and for the rent of
meet this difficulty. the next five years. The law of hypothec is not abolished as regards urban The right of distress is stated to be all-important for the purposes of the tenements, nor with respect to holdings under two acres in extent. The Act Inland Revenue, but the law employed for the recovery of the taxes appears to of 1880 relating to hypothec does not apply to leases current at the time of
rest mainly upon special statutes. the passing of the Act. Therefore as yet it is impossible to form a fair judg. Most of the witnesses who expressed themselves in favour of a retention ment as to the effect of the changes in the law. The law of distress differs
of the law, at the same time advocated considerable modifications in its profrom the Scotch law of hypothec in that the landlord in England has not the
visions. Those who desired the total abolition of the law were of opinion power to prevent his tenant from disposing of bis crop before the rent becomes
that oheaper and more speedy means of re-entry, in the event of nondue. This power was given by the law of hypothec.
payment of rent, must be given to the landlord. In respect of agricultural landlords and tenants, the main points upon which
In the opinion of your Committee a period of commercial and agricultural the witnesses gave evidence are as follows :
depression would be very inopportune for the abolition of the law of distress, (a.) The origin of the law, and its subsequent history.
which would of necessity impair the existing system of credit given by the lo ) The effect of the law upon rents and on competition for farms.
landlord to the tenant, and cange serious inoonvenience. c) Whether the existence of the law has had any effect in increasing or There are some special enactments relating to exemptions that require diminishing the size of farms.
notice. The Lodger Act of 1871 proteots goods that are not the property (n.) The operation of the law as regards the position of large and of small of the tenant ; workmen's tools are exempt from seizure ; looms and frames tenunts respectively.
used by workmen at their homes are not liable for the rental of those (e.) The effect of the law upon the credit of the tenant with the landlord, homes. Goods sent to a house for the parposes of trade, as, for instance, a banker, and trader.
watoh for repair, are not endangered by the law of distress. Beasts at the (.) The extent to which the law has been put in force.
ploogh are excepted, apless there are not sufficient goods otherwise to (9.) The cost of, and occasional hardships incident to, the levying of distrain opon; and there are some other exemptions. distress.
The titheowner oan distrain for two years only. (re.) As to the relative position of the landlord and other creditors under Under the bankruptcy law the landlord has the privilege of preference with the law.
regard to one year's rent only.
LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK,
Upon a careful review of the evidence placed before them, your Committee
Bilis Read a Third Time. are of opinion that a law of distress should be retained. The evidence seems
PRIVATE BILL.-Driflield and District Water. to them to favour modification rather than abolition of the law.
Turp pike Acts Continuance. Your Committee recommend the following alterations in the law :
July 18.- Bills Read a Second Time. That the right of distraint be restricted to one year's rent, and that this Dover Harbour; Ionian Bank. right should only be exercised within six months after the said year's rent has
New Bill. become due.
Bill to amend the Agricultaral Holdings Act, 1875 (Mr. STAVELEY HILL). That with regard to agisted stock, the limit of distress should be the con
July 19,- Bills Read a Second Time, sideration payable for the grazing to the farmer who takes in the stock in PRIVATE BILLS. --Alexandra (Newport) Docks ; Great Western Railway accordance with section 5 of 30 & 31 Viot. c. 42.
(No. 1); Earl of Aylesford's Estates. That provision be made for the protection of machinery not the property of the tenant ; also that animals not the property of the tenant, temporarily upon the holding for breeding purposes, be exempt.
That the limits of £20 distress, regulated by the Act of 1817 (57 Geo. 3, C. 93), be raised to $50, and that the allowance in the schedule of that Act
COMPANIES. for a man in possession be raised from 2s. 6d, to not exceeding 58. a.day. That, the attention of your committee having been called to the heavy
WINDING-UP NOTICES. and unnecessary costs incident to the processes of distress and the sale of
Joint STOCK COMPANIES. effects, the costs and charges relative to distress for rent in cases above the
LIMITED IN CHANCERY. limit regulated by the Act, should be subject to taxation by the registrar of | ANGLO-VIRGINIAN FREEHOLD LAND COMPANY, LIMITED.-Kay, J., has fixed Friday; the county court or other proper officer.
July 21, at 12, at the chambers of Hall, V.C., for the appointment of an official That the time a bailiff may remain in possession under a distress may, at
Bognor BRICK AND TILE COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented the request of the tenant, and on his giving security for the costs, be increased July 10, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on July 28. Harlow, Southampton from five to fifteen days, and that in such case no sale shall take place sooner, bldgs, Chancery lane, agent for Gregory, Chichester, solicitor for the petitioner except at the request or with the consent of the tenant ; also, that at the CONSTITUTIONAL PR
CONSTITUTIONAL PRESS CORPORATION, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented
July 7, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on July 22. Chandler, Finsbury pave. ed, or of the tenant, the goods of the tenant may be re
ment, solicitor for the petitioners moved for sale to public auction-rooms or some other fit place.
INDIAN CO-OPERATIVE AGENCY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented July 12, That appraisemont previous to sale may be omitted, and that bailiffs should directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on July 22, Mote, Walbrook, solicitor for the be approved by the county court judge of the district in which they act, and
INDUSTRIAL OPERATIVE BRICKMAKING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Kay, J., has fixed Monday, be subject to removal by bim for extortion or misconduct.
July 24, at 12, at the chambers of Hall, V.C., for the appointment of an official Your Committee are of opinion that, so far as possible, the above recome liquidator . mendations should be embodied in a Bill, and laid before Parliament.
Rio MALAGON SULPHUR, COPPER, AND SILVER MINES, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented July 7, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on July 22Vernon and
Co, Moorgate st, solicitors for the petitioners RYE VALE DISTILLERIRA COMPANY, LIMITED.-Kay, J., has, by an order dated June 21. appointed Baker Philip Daniels, 7, Poultry, to be official liquidator. Creditors are required, on or before Aug 31, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to the above. Monday, October 30, at 12, is appointed for
hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims
STANDARD BANK OF LONDON, LIMITED.-Kay, J., has, by an order dated July 6, HOUSE OF LORDS.
appointed Henry John Leslie and Simeon Charles Hadley, to be official liquidators July 13.-Bill Read a Second Time.
UNITED SHEPHERDS' WHEAL ROSE, LIMITED.-Petition for winding u p, presented Corn Returns (No. 2).
June 29, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Saturday, July 22. Chapman,
Pancras lane, solicitor for the petitioner
WILLIAM SLACK AND Son, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented July 12, PRIVATE BILLS.-London Street Tramways Extension ; Kingsbridge and directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on July 22, Woodfin and Co, Tower chambers, Salcombe Railway ; Gravesend Railway ; Ascot District Gas.
Moorgate, solicitors for the petitioner Stolen Goods.
[Gazette, July 14.) July 14.--Bill Read a Second Time.
EAST LONDON AND SUBURBAN DAIRY COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Fry, J., PRIVATE BILL. -Sock Dennis Rectory.
dated July 7, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Johnson, Lombard ct,
solicitor for the petitioner Copyright (Musical Compositions) ; Public Offices Site.
GENERAL FINANCIAL BANK, LIMITED.-Bacon, V.C., has, by an order dated April 12, ap. Bills in Committee.
pointed William Lott Wade, 46, Queen Victoria st, to be official liquidator. Creditors
are required, on or before Sept 1, to send their names and addresses, and the parBaths and Wasbhouses Acts Amendment; Metropolitan Board of Works ticulars of their debts or claims, to the above. Wednesday, Nov 1 at 12, is appointed (Money); Corn Returns (No. 2).
for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims
NEW ZEALAND LAND CORPORATION, LIMITED.-By an order made by ay, J., dated Bills Read a Third Time.
July 7, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the corporation be continued.
Miller and Vernon, Moorgate st, solicitors for the petitioner PRIVATE BILL.-Swansea Corporation Loans.
WEST FRONTIXO AND BOLIVIA GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Judgments (Inferior Courts).
Chitty, J., dated July 8, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Davis and July 18.-Bills Read a Second Time.
Co, Coleman st, solicitors for the petitioner
WILTS AND GLOUCESTER ADVANCE AND DISCOUNT COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order Bills of Exchange; Consolidated Fund (No. 4).
made by Bacon, V.C., dated July 8, it was ordered that the company be wound up.
Clarke and Co, Lincoln's inn fields, agents for Kinneir and Tombs, Swindon, solicitors Bill in Committee.
for the petitioners Public Offices Site.
[Gasette, July 18.) Bills Read a Third Time.
COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY. PRIVATE BILLS.-Rotherham Corporation : Maryport District and Harboar ; ROGER LEIGHTON AND COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Bristowe, V.C., Plymouth and District Tramways ; Lyon and Fakenham Railway ; Eastern dated July 7, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Ritson and Grundy,
Manchester, agents for Bryan, Hindley, solicitor for the petitioner and Midlands Railway; Accrington Improvement ; Newcastle-upon.Tyne
UNITED STEAM TUG COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented July 11, Improvement.
directed to be heard before Bristowe, V.C., on Monday, July 24, at St. George's Hall, Metropolitan Board of Works (Money); Corn Returns (No. 2).
Liverpool. Pemberton and Co, Liverpool, solicitors for the petitioner
[Gazette, July 14.]
GOOLE ALUN AND SMELTING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Hearing of the petition for winding Bill for the better protection of ancient monuments (LORD CHANCELLOR). up, directed to take place July 17, has been adjourned to Monday, July 24 at 11, at
St George's Hall, Liverpool. Chorlton, Manchester, solicitor for the petitioner
[Gazette, July 18.] HOUSE OF COMMONS.
STANNARIES OF DEVON.
LIMITED IN CHARCERY.
LADY BERTHA UNITED COPPER AND Tıx MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order Turnpike Aets Continuance; Friendly Societies (Quinquennial Retarns) ; made by the Vice-Warden, dated July 3, it was ordered that the company be wound
up. Snell and Co, George st, Mansion House, solicitors for the petitioners Customs and Inland Revenue ; Merchant Sbipping (Colonial Inquiries).
[Gazette, July 14.] Bills in Committee.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. Consolidated Fund (No. 4); Settled Land.
COURT PARADISE REGAINED A.O.F. SOCIETY, Odd Fellows' Hall, Upper Green,
Keighley, York. July 11
PRINCE OF WALES BENEFIT SocIETY, Red Lion Inn, Aberavon, Glamorgan. July 11 PRIVATE BILL.-Derby Corporation.
SAINT ALBANS FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Townhall, St Albans, Hertford. July 10
TALIESIN-AB-JOLO LODGE OF TIE TRUE IVORITES BEAUFORT FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Swar Bill Withdrawn.
Inn, Beaufort Iron Works, Llangattock, Brecon, July 11 Rivers Conservancy and Floods Prevention.
Gazette, July 14.] July 14.-Bill Read a Second Time. Militia Acts Consolidation.
Subscriptions are invited for 21,600 sbaros of $100 each in the “ Southport Bills in Committee.
and Cheshire Lines Extension Railway Company," which has been incorTurnpike Acts Continuance ; Friendly Societies (Quioquennial Returns) porated for the purpose of constructing & line to connect Southport with the (also read a third time).
Midland, Great Northern, and Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire July 15.-Bill in Committee.
systems. It is stated that these three companies, through their Cheshire Electric Lighting.
Lines Committee, have agreed to find all necessary rolling-stock, and to work July 17.--Bills Read a Second Time,
the line when completed ; that a contract has been made for the construction PRIVATE Bills-Metropolitan Streets Improvement Act, 1877 (Amend. upon terms within the capital of the company, and that interest at the rate of ment); Wrexham, Mold, and Connah's Quay Railway.
five per cent. will be paid until December 31, 1883, by which date the line Medical Act, 1858 (Amendment).
will have been opened three months,
LAND LAND CORPORA Sropon the debts and claimsday, Nov 1 at 12, is appointer
NATION, WILLIAM GERMAN, Birkdale, Lancaster, Gent. Aug 8. White, Liverpool
Sutton and Elliott, Manchester
[Gazette, July 11.)
CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY.
LAST DAY OF PROOF.
Newcastle upon Tyne
J. Wilkins, Uttoxeter
Gwyn v Bowen, Kay, J. Thomas and Browne, Carmarthen
Fry, J. Gee, Chesterfield
[Gazette, July 7.) GILL, MARGARET, St John st rd, Clerkenwell. Oct 4. Gill v Smith, Kay, J. Naunton,
and Co, Berners st, Oxford st
v Halford, Fry, J. Maskell, Gt James st
Bacon, V.C. Elgood, Lincoln's inn fields
Shipman, Kay, J. Grange, Great Grimsby
Gresham house, Old Broad st
Parker, Chitty, J. Pritchard, Bridge st, Westminster
[Gazette, July 11.]
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.
V.O. BACON. V.C. HALL,
Mr. Merivalo Mr. Jackson Mr. Pemberton
Pemberton Thursday ........
Carrington Clowes Friday .........
CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35.
SALES OF ENSUING WEEK.
facturer. Aug 18. Cottrell, Birmingham ARMSTRONG, THOMAS, Nether Knutsford, Chester. July 31. Caldecutt, Chester
tisement, July 8, p. 3). BARKER, GEORGIANA, South Heigham, Norwich. Aug 16. Overbury and Gilbert, July 24.-Messrs. BAXTER, PAYNE, & LEPPER, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Leasehold Norwich
Properties (see advertisement, July 15, front page). BURTON, RECECCA, Newton Moor, near Hyde, Chester. Aug 24. Drinkwater, Hyde July 24.-Messrs. ELLIS & Son, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold CATTERNOUL, EVERET, Norwich, Gent. Aug 15. Overbury and Gilbert, Norwich CLARK, JOHN, Bear lane, Southwark, Engineer. Sept 4. "Yeilding and Barlow, George
| Properties (see advertisement, July 15, p. 2).
iniu 54 - Meassa. C. & F. RUTLEY, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Properties st, Westminster COWPER, HENRY, Banbury, Oxford, Draper. Aug 26. Fortescue, Banbury
(see advertisements, July 15, p. 2, and this week, p. 6). GE, Crewkerne, Somerset, Surgeon, Aug 12. Clarke and Lukin, July 25.--Messrs. DEBENHAM, TEWSON, FARMER, & BRIDGEWATER, at the Chard
Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Properties (s08 advertisements, June 10, p. 12). DELLAGANA, BARTHOLOMEW, The Terrace, Kennington. Aug 19. Barnard and Co, 1 July 25.-Mr. FRANK STATHAM HOBBon, at the Mart, at I p.m., Dessous
Lincoln's inn fields
Properties (see advertisement, July 8, p. 4). st bldgs
July 27.-Messrs. C, C. & T. MOORE, at the Mart, at 1 for 2 p.m., Freehold, FISHER, MARY ANX, Norwich. Aug 15. Overbury and Gilbert, Norwich
Copyhold, and Leasehold Estates (deo advertisement, this week, p. 6). HENDERSON, WILLIAM, Leicester, Draper. July 22. Hincks, Leicester
July 28.- Messrs. DEBENHAM, TEwson, FARMER,'& BRIDGEWATER, at the HERBERT, JOHN, The Grange, nr Leintwardine, Hereford, Farmer. Aug 10. Weyman, Mart, at 2 p.m., Advowson (see advertisement, this week, p. 6).
July 28.-Mr. F. ELLIS MORRIS, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Properties (see HIBBERT, OCTAVIA, Dorking, Surrey. Aug 12. Hopgood and Co, Whitehall pl
advertisement, this week, p. 3).
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
| Moon.—July 11, at 3, Elm-park-gardens, South Kensington, the wife of Tyne
Ernest Moon, barrister-at-law, of a son, SHILLITO, WILLIAM, Sandal Magna, York, Yeoman. Sept 4. Chadwick, Dewsbury
WILKINSON. - July 15, at 63, Harcourt-terrace, South Kensington, the wila of SPARROW, HERBERT EDWARD, Gosfield, Essex, Gentleman. Aug 22. Copland, Chelms
Thomas Lean Wilkinson, of the Inner Temple, barrister-at-law, of a Bon. ford THIRTLE, ELIZABETI, Heigham, Norwich. Aug 15. Overbury and Gilbert, Norwich
CHANCELLOR-BIRD.—July 12, at Cheltenham, John Brandon Chancellor,
barrister-at-law, to Ellen Faber, daughter of the late Charles James Bird, lericay WRIGHT, ROBERT JOHN, Norwich, Land Agent. Aug 15. Overbury and Gilbert
M.C.S., of Little Hatherley, Cheltenbam. Norwich
DEATHS. YOUNG, JAMES, Carlisle, Locomotive Foreman, Aug 3. Hough, Carlisle
GOLDSMITH.-July 13, at Maida-vale, of pneumonia, John Goldsmith, late of
[Gazette, July 7.] BEETESON, EDNA, Hanley, Staffordshire. Aug 19. Heath, Hanley
Doctors'-commone, solicitor, the beloved son of J. W. Goldsmith. BLOMBLEY, JAMES, Bury, Lancaster, Plumber. Aug 10. Grundy, Bury
LIEBSTEIN. -July 13, at Highbury-hill, Hermann Liebsteio, barrister-at-law, BRINDLEY, SOPHIA, Blackpool, Lancaster. Aug 31, May and Parry, Blackpool
aged 53. CARDWELL, WALTER, Dewsbury, York. Woollen Mannfacturer. Oct 1. Simpson and | TEMPEST.- July 15, at 18, Lawn-terrace, Blackbeatb, S. Bog Vases Burrell, Leeds
formerly of Leeds, solicitor, aged 62. CATTRELL, DANIEL, Liverpool, Carter. Aug 1. Lynch and Teebay, Liverpool Coutts, JOIN, James st, Covent garden, Potato Salesman. Aug 11. Smith, Alders
FRIDAY, July 14, 1882.
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. Hirou, ALEXANDER HENRY, Fish st hill, Gent. Aug 31. Prentice, Whitechapel rd
To Surrender in London.
Murray. Hore, Rev WILLIAM STRONG, Barnstaple, Devon. Oct 5. Whiteford and Bennett. Clark, Robert, Jewin crescent, Ostrich Feather Manufacturer. Pet July 11. Plymouth
July 28 at 12.30
gham. MEYNELL, GEORGB, sen, Northallerton, York, Machinist. Aug 31. Jefferson. North-| Dowling, William E Bruce, Clerk in the Post Office. Pet July 1. De allerton
July 28 at 1 MILLER, GEORGE SEYMOUR, Bradpole, Dorset, Gent. Sept 7. Gundry, Bridport
To Surrender in the Country. MORRIS, HENRY HARVEY, Milton-underWychwood. (
Y HARVEY, Milton-under-Wychwood, Oxford, Farmer. Ang ii. Wilkins. Beart, James Alfred, Dunstable, Bedford, Surgeon's Assistant. Pou Chipping Norton
Luton, July 28 at 11
BRETESON 3, JAMES, Blackpool, Lancaste Froollen Manutacareebay, Liverpooth, Alders
rter. Ang tato Salestaan. 10. Mayo and,
1ssistant. Pot July 8, Cooke. Gardner, Harry, Havant, Hants, Baker. Pet July 8. Renny. Portsmouth, Aug 3 | Harris, Nathan, Kennington rd, Wholesale Jeweller. July 31 at 2 at office of Lee, at 12
Gresham bldgs, Basinghall st" Kenrick, Herbert Archibald, no fixed residence, out of business. Pet July 11. Vaughan. Hart, Henry, Withington, Gloucester, Gentleman. July 21 at 3 at office of Smith, Corn Williams. Wrexham, Aug 1 at 12
Exchange, Cheltenham Marfleet, William Benjamin, Finchley, Grocer. Pet July 3. Boyes. Barnet, July 25 Hawkes, Frederick, Chesham, Buckingham, Wooden Ware Manufacturer. July 28 at 2 at 11
at George Hotel, High st, Chesham. Scott and Co, Lincoln's inn fields Rishforth, John, Kellington, York, Farmer. Pet July 10. Mason. Wakefield, July 26 Hedgcock, Henry, Commerce rd, Wood Green, Grocer. Aug 1 at 12 at office of Izard at 11
and Co, Arthur st. Norman, Chatham Wright, Thomas, Headingley, nr Leeds, Insurance Agent. Pet July 12. Marshall. Hickingbotham, William, Euston rd, Upholsterer. Aug 2 at 3 at office of Gamble and Leeds, July 26 at 11
Harvey, Gresham buildings, Basinghall st. Pittman, Guildhall chambers, Basinghall
st TUESDAY, July 18, 1882.
Hinton, James, Dudley, Worcester, Currier. July 28 at 12 at office of Whitehouse, Castle Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
st, Dudley Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
Hogg, John, Gt Ayton, York, out of business. July 26 at 11 at office of Draper, Finklo
st, Stockton on Tees To Surrender in London.
Holmes, John William, Wilson Lowther, and Howard Barss, Liverpool, Ship Chandlers. Keith, Lawrence, The Elms, West Kensington terrace. Pet July 13. Hazlitt. Aug 2 Aug 3 at 2 at the Law Association Rooms, Cook st, Liverpool. Bateson and Co, at 12
Liverpool Lazarus, Morris, Draper st, Walworth rd, Butcher. Pet July 13. Hazlitt. Aug 2 at 12
Holt, William, Accrington, Lancaster, Plumber. July 31 at 3 at Adelphi Hotel, Avenue To Surrender in the Country,
parade, Accrington. Sharples, Accrington Armstrong. Joseph, and Frank Hounsfield, Rotherham, Steel lanufacturers. Pet July
Hornblower, Jethro, Mark lane, Wine Merchant. July 31 at 3 at offices of Plows and 13. Wake. Sheffield, Aug 2 at 1
Co, Mark lane Dudding, Alice Wilson, Aberayron, Cardigan. Pet July 13. Jenkins. Aberystwith, Hull, Mark, Shirland rd, Paddington, Builder. July 28 at 2 at offices of Dubois, Ser. Aug 1 at 12
jeants' inn, Chancery lane. Smith and Co, Selborne chmbrs, Chancery lane Durno, Leslie, Leicester, Draper. Pet July 12. Ingram. Leicester, Aug 2 at 12 Flitton, John, Ryde villas, Wandsworth, Builder. Pet July 14. Willoughby. Wands.
Jarrett, Joseph John, sen, Old Shildon, Durham, Painter. July 31 at 11.30 at offices of
Edgar, Silver st, Bishop Auckland worth, Aug 4 at 11 Hodgson, Thomas, Bradford, York, Labourer. Pet July 14. Lee. Bradford, Aug 4 at
at Jordan, George, Holt, Worcester, Carpenter. July 28 at 11 at offices of Allan and Beau.
champ, Sansome pl, Worcester 12 John, William, Lanteague, Crunwere, Pembroke, Farmer. Pet July 12. Parry. Pem- Kiddle, Jonas James, Bristol, Watch and Material Dealer. July 25 at 2 at offices of broke Dock, Aug 3 at 1
Pitt, Nicholas st, Bristol Lycett, Alfred, and Frederick Lycett, Sutton, Surrey, Bakers. Pet July 11. Rowland. | King, George, Tower st, Hackney, Oil Merchant. July 31 at 2 at Guildhall Coffee House, Croydon, Aug 1 at 11
Gresham st. Carter and Bell, Eastcheap
Harrison, Pancras lane
Lawford, John Alfred, Fenchurch st, Asphalte Contractor. July 27 at 3 at offices of
Nicholls, Old Jewry chmbrs
Laycock, James, Calverley, York, Builder. July 26 at 11 at offices of Tunnicliffe, Market McConnal, George, Abchurch lane, Solicitor, July 11
st, Bradford Temple, Leofric, King's Bench walk, Temple, Q.C. July 7
Leach, William, Over Darwen, Lancaster, Cotton Manufacturer. July 27 at 11 at offices
of Broadbent, Bank chmbrs, Church st, Over Darwen TUESDAY, July 18, 1882.
Little, Thomas, Escomb lane Ends, near Bishop Auckland, Durham, Innkeeper. July Sheppard, James, Shakespeare terrace, Upper Holloway, Boot and Shoe Dealer. July 28 at 3 at offices of Maw, Market pl, Bishop Auckland 14
Mann, John, Comberton, Cambridge, Farmer. July 25 at 2 at offices of Whitehead, Post Liquidations by Arrangement.
office terrace, Cambridge
Mansbridge, Edwin, Southsea, Hants, Builder. July 26 at 3 at offices of Cousins and
Burbridge, St Thomas' st, Portsmouth
Mellor, William, and Thomas Robinson, Crispin st, Spitalfields, China and Glass
Dealers. July 21 at 2 at offices of Hulbert, Coleman'st Anthony, David, Llanstephan, Carmarthen, Publican. July 25 at 10.30 at office of White, Nash, George, Barron's pl, Waterloo rd, Turner. July 26 at 3 at offices of Ody, BlackKing st, Carmarthen
friars rd Badkin, Frederick Conrad, Strand, Law Stationer. July 28 at 1 at office of Yewdall,
Neeves, Benjamin George, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Commission Agent. July 26 at 11 Henrietta st, Covent Garden
at offices of Drake and Co, New Bridge st. Rogers, Tunbridge Bannister, Edward, Bradford, Machine Wool Comber. July 27 at 2.30 at office of Senior,
Newsome, Charles, Manchester, Cloth Raiser. Aug 7 at 11 at offices of Nadin, King st, New Ivegate, Bradford
Manchester Bawn, Henry, Bristol, General Shopkeeper. July 26 at 2 at office of Clifton and Carter, Olive, Luther, Keston, Kent, Miller. Aug 2 at 2 at offices of Latter and Willett, Market Broad st, Bristol
sq, Bromley Baxter, Thomas, Newmarket, Shoemaker. July 27 at 1 at White Hart Hotel, Newmarket. Page, Josiah, Dudley, Worcester, Draper. July 27 at 11 at offices of Tinsley, Priory st, Gross, Bury St Edmunds
Dudley Beck, Edwin, Worcester, Baker. July 24 at 11 at office of Tree and Son, High st, Wor
Parkin, Henry George, Kingston upon-Hull, Temperance Hotel Keeper. July 21 at cester
3 at Law Society, Lincoln's inn bldgs, Bowl alley lane, Kingston-upon-Hull, Shackles Belcham, Charles Francis, Southend, Butcher. July 29 at 2 at London Hotel, Southend.
Patterson, William, Birkenbead, Chester, Tallow Chandler. July 26 at 3 at office of Wood, Rochford
Thompson, Hamilton st, Birkenhead Bell, Thomas Leslie Gregson, Stratford, Chemical Manufacturer. Aug 1 at 2 at office of
Pearce, Samuel, Yiewsley, West Drayton, Coal Merchant. July 31 at 3 at George Inn, Wenham, Finsbury circus. Blachford and Co, College hill
Uxbridge. Philp, Hayes Biss, William, Tunbridge Wells, Grocer. July 27 at 2 at 6, Arthur st East. Carter and
Pell, Henry George, Boston, Lincoln, Grocer. July 28 at 12.30 at office of Wise, Church Bell, Eastcheap
yd, Boston Bodger, John Edward, Inkerman ter, Kensington, out of business. Aug 28 at 12 at office
Perry, Joseph, Old Swinford, Worcester, Licensed Victualler. July 26 at 11 at office of of Braund, Furnival's inn
Collis, Union chbrs, Stourbridge Bottomley, Robert Jennings, Gt Horton, nr Bradford, Innkeeper. July 26 at 3 at office
Polley, Arthur Ralph, and John Edward Dunn, Tottenham court rd, Cheesemongers. of Peel and Co, Chapel lane, Bradford
July 28 at 3 at office of Shearer, Basinghall st. Prockter and Andrews, Princes st, Bradshaw, Edwin, and Peter Gregson, Manchester, Accountants. Aug 4 at 3 at office
Spitalfields of Haslam, Mosley st, Manchester
Porter, Joseph, Bath, Sewing Machine Agent. July 29 at 12 at the Pioneer Coffee Brenner, Max, Upper Norwood, Shipping Agent. July 27 at 3 at office of Finch,
Tavern, Westgate st, Bath. Essery, Bristol Borough High st, Southwark
Pott, William Hallings, Mark lane, Merchant, July 31 at 2 at offices of Cooper and Co, Bridgman, John, Honiton, Devon, Innkeeper. July 26 at 3 at Black Lion Inn, Honiton.
George st, Mansion house. Hollams and Co, Mincing lane Every, Honiton
Powell, Alfred, Lye, Stourbridge, Worcester, Grocer. "July 22 at 11 at office of Davies, Bromhead, Henry, Earlestown, Lancaster, Ironmonger. July 27 at 11 at office of
Union st, Dudley Ridgway and Worsley, Cairo st, Warrington
Prudhoe, Robert, Spennymoor, Durham, Innkeeper. July 28 at 11 at office of Maw, Browett, Frederick, Coventry, Trimming Manufacturer. July 27 at 12 at office of
Market pl, Bishop Auckland Hughes and Masser, Little Park st, Coventry
Ravenscroft, William, Over, Chester, Coachbuilder. July 31 at 3.30 at cffice of Cheshire,
Northwich Caddick, William, Walsall, Grocer. July 27 at 11 at offices of Loxton, the Bridge, Robson, William Fisher, Kendal, Westmoreland, Bookseller. Aug 1 at 11 at office of Walsall
Arnold and Greenwood, Highdate, Kendal Cartwright, William Henry, St George, nr Bristol, Commission Agent. July 24 at 2 at
Rossington, John, North Collingham, Notts. Licensed Victualler. Aug 3 at 3 at office of office of Salisbury, Broad st, Bristol
Pratt and Hodgkinson, North gate, Newark upon Trent Charnock, Emanuel Nicholson, Leeds, Grocer, July 27 at 11 at office of Harrison, East
Rowland, Ephraim, Stafford, Boot Manufacturer. July 27 at 2 at office of Hand and Co, parade, Leeds
Martin st, Stafford Clayden,' John, jun, Essex rd, Islington, Corn Merchant. July 29 at 11 at offices of Royle. Anne, Manchester, Printer. Aug 1 at 3 at office of Barker, Princess st, Man. Hatchett and Co, Mark lane
chester Crowe, George Charles, Newcastle upon Tyne, Architect. July 26 at 3 at offices of Scoates, Samuel Francis, Ramsgate, Smack Owner. July 28 at 3 at office of Sparkes, Warlow, Collingwood st, Newcastle upon Tyne
Harbour st, Ramsgate Daw, Joseph, jun, Mark lane, Shipping Agent. Aug 2 at 12 at offices of Baylis and Stock, Richard, Thorley, Herts, Corn Merchant. July 27 at 10.30 at office of Acklands Pearce, Church ct chmbrs, Old Jewry
and Nockolds, Market sq, Bishops Stortford Daymond, William Easterbrook, Torquay, Devon, Builder. July 27 at 11 at offices of Taylor, George Edward, Margare, Grocer. Aug 1 at 2 at Guildhall Coffeehouse, Gresham Lindop, Fleet st, Torquay
st. Sparkes, Margate Dearden, Hilton, Halifax, York, Cotton Spinner. July 26 at 12 at the White Horse Thomas, John Whitta, Great Fenton, Stafford, out of business. July 22 at 11 at office Hotel, Hebden Bridge. Sutcliffe, Hebden Bridge
of Welch, Caroline st, Longton Dickenson, Joseph Edmund, Glossop, Derby, Grocer. July 28 at 3 at offices of Needham Thornton, William Winn, Castleford, York, Stationer. July 26 at 3 at office of Horner and Co, York st, Manchester
and Edmondson, Wood st, Wakefield Dover, John, Stanwix Bank, near Carlisle, Innkeeper. July 26 at 3 at offlces of Wannop, Thorogood, Thomas, Blackstock rd, South Hornsey, Baker. July 26 at 4 at office of Carlisle
Hanson, King st, Cheapside. Wetherfield, King's Arms yd Dutton, James, Pembroke Dock, Pembroke, Provision Merchant. July 31 at 12 at | Toms, Richard John, Falmouth, out of business. July 25 at 4 at Bush Hotel, Deansgate, 2, Water st, Pembroke Dock. Brown, Pembroke Dock
Manchester. Thomas, Swansea Faulkner, Richard Stogdon, Exeter, Currier. July 27 at 11 at offices of Southcott, Turner, Robert, Upton, Norfolk, Farmer. July 19 at 12 at office of Stanley, Bank Plain, Post Office st, Bedford circus, Exeter
Norwich Follows, James, Birmingham, Railway Inspector, July 26 at 3 at offices of Crompton, Tyrrell, Seymore, Milton, Berks, Farmer. July 28 at 12 at Queen's Hotel, Abingdon. Cannon st, Birmingham
Sedgefield and Pryce, Abingdon Fowler, Matthew, Newton, Lancaster, Shovel Manufacturer, July 26 at 3 at the Black- | Vasey, James, Evenwood, Durham, Grocer, July 25 at 3 at Grainger st West, Newcastle iriars Hotel, Blackfriars st, Manchester Hill, Manchester
upon Tyne. Richardson, Newcastle upon Tyno Green, George, Greenwich, Fancy Repository Proprietor. Aug 2 at 3 at offices of Hul. Wardroper, Frank, St Thomas': Hospital, Westminster Bridge, Clerk. July 24 at 3 at bert, Coleman st
3 at office of Canwarden, Old Jewry Grimley, Frederick Pouncey, Fore st, Upper Edmonton, Plumber. July 28 at 3.30 at Wallor, Alfred Mortimer, Greenbithe, Kent, Clerk. July 29 at 11 at office of Lord and offices of Rumney, Walbrook
Co, Bucklersbury. Hepburn and Co, Bird in hand ct, Cheapside Grimwood, Ramon, Harley st, Cavendish sq, Boarding-house Proprietor. Aug 1 at 3 at Webb, John, Euston rd, Paper stainer. July 31 at 12 (in lieu of the place originally 270, High Holborn. Henderson and Buckle, Fenchurch st
named) Hall, William Benjamin, Mile end rd, Licensed Victualler. Aug 4 at 3 at office of Whitehouse, Benjamin, Dudley, Worcester, Rope and Twine Manufacturer. July 26 at Montague, Bucklesbury
3 at office of Waldron, Brierley Hill Haran, Patrick, Batley, York, Grocer, July 28 at 3 at office of Law, Crowu bldgs, Com. Whittington, William Henry, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Grocer. July 28 at 3 at Market st, mercial st, Batley,
Ryde. Fardell and Dashwood, Ryde
Whitworth, James Parsons, Bedford, Ironmonger. July 28 at 12 at Inns of Court Hotel, Morgan, James, Romford, Essex, Builder. July 31 at 3 at offices of Aird, Eastcheap Holborn. Conquest and Clare, Bedford
Mutteen, Joseph Holten, Manchester, Auctioneer. Aug 1 at 3 at office of Horner, ClarWilliams, Charles Richard, Carlisle, Jeweller. July 27 at 12 at Scotch st, Carlisle. Murray, ence st, Manchester Carlisle
Moulding, Thomas James, and Thomas Peter Moulding, Northampton, Tanners. Aug Wood, John, Cannock, Stafford, Tobacconist. July 31 at 3 at office of Flewker and Page, 1 at 3 at office of Becke, Derngate, Northampton Darlington st, Wolverhampton
Needham, Anderson George, Leeds, Fish Salesman. July 31 at 3 at office of Dunn and Wraith, Charles Albert, New Brompton, Kent, out of business. July 31 at 3 at King's French, Easo parade, Leeds Head Hotel, High st, Rochester. Shakespear, Chatham
Payne, John, Hove, Sussex, Plumber. Aug 2 at 12 at 98, Cheapside. Cockburn,
Penston, Charles Attree, Ponton rd, Nine Elms, Butcher. July 28 at 12 at office of Ody,
Blackfriars rd Aston, Benjamin, Preston, Lancaster, out of business. Aug 11 at 12.30 at office of Phillips, John, Pembroke, Farmer. July 27 at 11 at office of Jones, Victoria pl, HaverCharnley, Winckley st, Preston
fordwest Baker, James, Blackheath, Kent, Baker. July 29 at 2 at office of Cooper and Co, Lin. Pitcher, William Michael, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. July coln's inn fields
31 at 12 at office of Potter, Northfield House, North pl, Cheltenham Barber, Robert, Woolwich, Kent, Slater. July 31 at 1 at office of Hughes, Gresham Pollington, John, Skegness, Lincoln, Tobacconist. July 28 at 2 at Lumley Hotel, Skeg bldgs
ness. Walker and Co Bartlett, Maria, Sittingbourne, Kent. Aug 3 at 11 at office of Gibson, West st, Sitting Potter, John, Bristol, Baker. July 28 at 2 at office of Sibly and Dickinson, Exchange bourne
West, Bristol Beale, William, Lombard Works, Totteridge rd, Builder. Aug 2 at 2 at 270, High Hol. Power, William, St Leonard's on Sea, Sussex, Carver. July 27 at 2 at office of Norris born. Rubinstein, Raymond bldgs
and 'Carless, Warrior sq, St Leonard's on Sea Benzie, James Robert, Basingstoke, Southampton, Jeweller. July 29 at 12 at office of Pratt, James, Wooburn, Buckingham, Grocer. July 31 at 2 at offices of Clarke, Easton Chandler, Basingstoke
st, High Wycombe Blanck, Francis, and Anton Peyser, Wilson st, Finsbury, Wholesale Fancy Stationers. Prior, Alfred, Bridge, Kent, Grocer. July 29 at 2 at Foresters' Hall, Canterbury. Aug 1 at 2 at office of Foster, Gracechurch st
Mercer, Canterbury Bostle, Thomas, Sunderland, Durham, Glass Merchant. July 31 at 2 at Griffin Hotel, Ratcliffe, Henry, Leicester, Licensed Victualler. July 31 at 12 at offices of Curtis, Leeds. Stokoe, Sunderland
Halford st, Leicester Burton, James, Selby, York, Farmer, July 28 at 3 at office of Haigh and Son, Wide st, Ratcliffe, Moses, Manchester, Wine Retailer. Aug 8 at 2 at offices of Cobbett and Co, Selby
Brown st, Manchester Chapman, Christopher Tom, Leicester, Bricklayer. July 28 at 3 at office of Wright, Raymond, John, Birmingham, Boot Maker. July 28 at 3 at offices of Hawkes and Belvoir st, Leicester
Weekes, Temple st, Birmingham Cole, John, Boxted, Essex, Coach Builder. Aug 4 at 3 at office of Jones, Townhall Reynolds. Mary, and William Reynolds, Warwick, Coal Merchants. July 31 at 11 am chmbrs, Colchester
offices of Boddington, High st, Warwick Coppard,' George, Monkwell st, Manufacturers' Agent. July 31 at 12 at offices of Roberts, George Thomas, St George's, Salop, out of business. July 28 at 3 at offices of Plunkett and Leader, St Paul's Churchyard
Morris, Swan hill, Shrewsbury Corney, Henry Bickerstaff, Liverpool, Publisher. Aug 2 at 3 at offices of Browne, Rother, Robert, Priest ct, Foster lane, General Merchant. Aug 8 at 3 at the Guildhall Westminster chmbrs, Crosshall st, Liverpool
Tavern, Gresham st. Hilbery, Billiter st Cox, Oliver, Bristol, Journeyman Baker. July 29 at 11 at offices of Pigeon, Guildhall Schutte, Reinhard, Great Grimsby, Lincoln, Leather Dresser. Aug 9 at 4 at offices of chmbrs, Broad st, Bristol
Grange and Wintringham, St Mary's chmbrs, West St Mary's gate, Great Grimsby Davies, William, and John Williams, Oswestry, Salop, Drapers. July 31 at 2 at the Seville, John Owen, Hulme, Lancaster, Grocer. Aug 2 at 3 at offices of Oram and C, Public Hall, Oswestry. Ellis, Oswestry
Peter st, Manchester Dodds, John, York, Cab Proprietor. July 28 at 11 at offices of Crumbie, Stonegate, York Sherratt, William, Biddulph, Stafford, Miller. Aug 2 at 11 at Lion and Swan Hotel, Donoghue, Bridget, Royal Mint st, Egg Merchant. July 27 at 1 at offices of Porteous, West st, Congleton. Sheldon Basingball st
Simms, Henry, West Bromwich, Stafford, Coal Dealer. Aug 1 at 11 at offices of Jackson Dye, William, Old Ford rd, Old Ford, Boot Manufacturer. July 31 at 3 at offices of and sharpe, 'High st, West Bromwich Funston and Hooper, Finsbury pavement
Simpson, Robert, Pickering, York, Hotel Keeper, July 31 at 3 at George Hotel, Picker Edmonds, Mary Elizabeth, and Ellen Edmonds, Cheltenham, Licensed Victuallers. ing. Harrison, Kirby Moorside July 26 at 12 at offices of Potter, Northfield House, North pl, Cheltenham
Smith, William, and William Phillips, Recruth, Cornwall, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. Evans, John, Hoole, Chester, Butcher. Aug 1 at 11 at offices of Price, Eastgate, July 31 at 11 at offices of Paige and Co, Redruth Chester. Brassey, Chester
Solomons, Eleazer, Wood st, Flower Importer. Aug 3 at 3 at Cannon st Hotel, Cannon Ewens, George Thomas, Brompton rd, Wine Merchant. Aug 4 at 12 at the Inns of st. Goldberg and Langdon, West st Court Hotel, High Holborn.Orgill, Bedford row
Stafford, Joseph, Thurmaston, Leicester, Labourer. Aug 8 at 3 at offices of Buckly, Exley, Benjamin, Idle, nr Bradford, York, Tailor. July 28 at 3 at offices of Atkinson Gallowtree gate, Leicester and Wilson, Tyrrel st, Bradford
Stonehouse, Alfred, Newport, Monmouth, Ship Broker. July 28 at 11 at offices of Field, William Ridewood, Catherine st, Strand. Aug 1 at 3 at office of Hicks and Arnold Vaughan, Dock st, Newport Wellington st, Strand
Tarrant, Henry, Whittington villas, Champion Hill, Builder. July 31 at 3 at offices of Fox, Richard, Pontefract, Butcher. Aug 8 at 11 at office of Foster and Raper, Ropergate, Saunders and Co, Coleman st Pontefract
Thomas, Elijah Edwin, Fonthill rd, Finsbury pk, Marble Mason. Aug 11 at 2 at ofiles Foxcroft, William, Birmingham, Oil Merchant. Aug 1 at 3 at office of Buller and of Wedlake, Serjeant's inn, Fleet st Bickley, Bennett's hill, Birmingham
Townshend, Charles, North Shields, Northumberland, Pork Butcher. July 28 at 3 at Franke, Johannes Hermann, Teddington, Musical Artiste. Aug 3 at 2 at 83, Gresham offices of Newlands, King st, South Shields st. Harwood and Stephenson, Lombard st
Troubridge, William Charles, Burton-on-Trent, Stafford, Builder. July 24 at 3 at the Fulford, Rev William, Cambridge gardens, Notting hill. Aug 2 at 3 at office of Rubin Midland Hotel, Burton-on-Trent. Mears, Burton-on-Trent stein, Regent st
Turner. William, Richard Turner, and Nathaniel Turner, Blackburn, Cotton Alsa Gate, Benjamin, Wigton, Cumberland, Innkeeper. July 31 at 11.30 at office of McKeever, facturers. Aug 4 at 3 at the Trevelyan Temperance Hotel, Corporation st, Manchester. Market pl, Wigton
Cooper, Preston Hvery, Wulan, Manchester, Contractor. Aug 4 at 3 at office of Wooddall and Marriott.
Vale, William, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancaster, Furniture Dealer. July 26 at 3 at the
Station Hotel, Carnforth. Hudson, Barrow-in-Furness Glubb, William, Devonport, Publican. July 28 at 12 at office of Square and Co, Bank of Whitburn, Nicholas John, Falmouth, Cornwall, Schoolmaster. July 31 at 2.30 at offices England chmbrs, Plymouth
of Jenkins, the Square, Penryn. Terrill, Penryn Greaves, Charles, Longsight, nr Manchester, Confectioner. Aug 2 at 3 at office of Horner Whitlock, Frank, Falcon rd, Battersea, Provision Dealer. July 28 at 11 at 105, Highs, and Son, Clarence st, Manchester
Borough, Southwark. Rashleigh, Three Crown sq, Borough, Southwark Greenwood, James, Todmorden, Shuttle Maker. July 28 at 3.30 at Mitre Hotel, Man Wilton, Stephen Thomas, Great Dunmow, Essex, Cabinet Maker. July 26 at 2 at 18 chester. Eastwood, Todmorden
Cheapside. Grigsby, Hills pl, Oxford st . Griffiths, Caleb, Newbury, Coachbuilder. July 31 at 11 at White Hart Hotel, Newbury. Wincott, William, Leamington Priors, Warwick, Builder. July 27 at 11 at the Manor Belcher, Newbury
House Hotel, Leamington Priors. Boddington, Warwick Guiders, Ronald Charles Edward, and Thomas Cartwright, Hanley, Stafford, Earthen. Withers, Frederick, Exeter, Baker. Aug 1 at 3 at the Castle Hotel, Castle st, Exeter.
ware Manufacturers. July 31!at 11.30 at Queen's Hotel, Hanley. Coopers, Newcastle Orchard, Exeter Habgood, Robert, Cirencester, Gloucester, out of business. Aug 1 at 2 at King's Head Wood, Samuel, Macclesfield, Chester, Ironmonger. July 31 at 3 at offices of Barclay Hotel, Cirencester, Mullings and Co, Cirencester
and Henstock, Exchange chambers, Macclesfield Haggerty, George, Newcastle upon Tyne, Clothier. July 28 at 2 at office of Keenlyside Wood, Thomas Henry, Eynsford, Kent, Farmer, July 31 at 11 at offices of Haywaru, and Co, St John's ch brs, Grainger st West, Newcastle upon Tyne
Dartford Hawksworth, Thomas, Liverpool, Licensed Victualler. Aug 2 at 2.30 at ofhce of Quinn Woolhouse, John, Wellinore, Lincoln, Farmer. July 26 at 11 at offices of Andres and Sons, Lord st, Liverpool
Silver st, Lincoln Henshaw, Edward, and Solomon Henshaw, Ashton under Lyne, Lancaster, Joiners. Wright, George, Great Grimsby, Grocer. Aug 0 at 3 at offices of Grange and Wintring
July 31 at 3 at the Pitt and Nelson Hotel, old st, Ashton under Lyne. Toy and Broad. ham, St Mary's chambers, West St Mary's gate, Great Grimsby
bent, Ashton under Lyne
CURRENT TOPICS...... ........... 501 Paving Company v. Slagg and The Hufton, Joseph Thornley, Sheffield, Joiner. July 28 at 4 at office of Pierson, Queen st, ANOTHER TRAP FOR UNWARY MORT Val de Travers Asphalte Paving Sheffield
Company ............... Hyatt, Charles Edward, Freemantle, Southampton, Grocer. July 27 at 12 Friar st,
LIQUIDATION OR COMPOSITION PRO.
In re Parker............ Reading. Newman
CEEDINGS BY DEBTORS WITH TRIVIAL
Ex parte Salaman ..... Jackson, David, West Hartlepool, Durham, Grocer. Aug 2 at 3 at office of Bell, Church
593 Nottage v. Buxton........ st, West Hartlepool
REVIEWS ................ ........ 596 SOLICITORS' CASES..... James, Reginald Haweis, Union ct, Old Broad st, Silk Broker. Aug 3 at 3 at office of
CORRESPONDENCE .............. 596 COUNTY COURTS ....... Fox and Greig, Austin Friars. Élwes and Sharpe, Furnival's inn, Holborn
CASES OF THE WEEK
OBITUARY ..... Jones, Peter, Warwick, Coachman. Aug 1 at 11 at offices of Boddington, High st, Ex parte Cocks .....
597 LEGAL APPOINTMENTS ...... Warwick
The Queen v. Weil...
697 NEW ORDERS, &c. ............ Klein, Nicholas, Green st, Bethnal Green, Baker. Aug 4 at 2 at offices of Brown, Smith v. Day
698 SOCIETIES ................... Basinghall st
Kirk v. Kirk .
698 LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL Leese, Albert Augustus, Mayfield, nr Ashbourne, Miller. July 31 at 3 at offices of Usher v. Henwood..
608 LAW OF DISTRESS Cooper and Co, Lincoln's inn fields
The Ship Douglas ...
598 LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK ........ Lewis, John, Reading, Berks, Coal Merchant. Aug 4 at 3 at office of Brain, Friar st, In re The Silver Valley Mines Com COMPANIES ...... Reading
pany ............................ 508 CREDITORS' CLAIMS ..... Luscombe, William Richard, Gt St Andrew st, Bloomsbury, Bootmaker. July 27 at 3 Paul v. Paul..........
...... 599 COURT PAPERS ......... at office of Lloyd, London wall
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