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before the execution of the deed, its effect was explained to the grantor.whi h was by custom and statute an essential clause in every simple mort. This, however, would be adding to the Act. If the Act was not clear, it gage.-SOLICITORS, Wilkins, Blyth, f Dutton; Field, Roscoe, & Co. followed from Ex parte National Mercantile Bank that the affidavit in the present case was sufficient. Cotton, L.J., said that the first point was entirely disposed of by what was said by James, L.J., in Ex parte Challinor.
INFANT-RELIGIOUS EDUCATION-WISHES OF FATHER.-In a case of In re He said, “Whether the whole of the mortgage money is actually paid by the
Clark, before Kay, J., on the 31st ult., a question arose as to the religious lender into the bands of the borrower, or whether part of it is with his privity
education of an infant ward of court whose father was dead. The application or by his direction employed in the payment of a debt due by him, it is
was made for the porpose of obtaining an allowance for the maintenance and equally in a legal sense paid to him." In the present case the £2,000
education of the infant out of real estate to which he was entitled as hei was, by the direction or with the privity of the mortgagor, applied in
of his father, and also to obtain directions as to the faith in which the infant Batislying what was due from him to the mortgagee. Of course, it must be
was to be brought up. The father of the infant was a Protestant. He married applied in paying a debt due at the time, independently of the mortgage
a German lady, who was a Roman Catholic. Before his marriage he stipulated transaction itself. The whole argument in support of the other objection
| in writing that bis children should be brought up in the Catholic faith. The arose from an inaccurate use of language in section 10. In sub-section 1 the
first child of the marriage, a girl, was born in England in February, 1871. word “attestation" must mean « attestation clause," and in sub-section 2
She was baptized as a Roman Catholic. The second child was a son, the the words “due execution and attestation" meant that the deed had been
infant now in question. He was born in Germany in November, 1873. He duly executed and attested. The thing required as to the mode of attestation
WAS baptized as a Roman Catholic ; his sponsor by proxy was an English was that the execution should be attested by a solicitor. The explanation was
Roman Catholic priest, to whom the father had written to ask him to be the something collateral, which was to be done before the deed was executed.
godfather. There was another child of the marriage, a girl, born after the
death of her father. The father appointed no guardian by will, be having died SOLICITORS, H. G. Field ; Chester & Co.
intestate. He was entitled in remainder, on the death of his own fatber, the
tenant for life, to the see simple of an estate in Lancashire, the income of CONTEMPT OF COURT-CHARITY COMMISSIONERS-DISOBEDIENCE TO ORDER which was about £2,600 a year. He had no other property, but received from TO ACCOUNT-MOTION TO COMMIT-CHARITABLE Thusts Act, 1853 (16 & 17 his fatber an allowance which was continued to his widow down to the time Vict. c. 137), ss. 14, 15, 16, AND CHARITABLE TRUSTS AMENDMENT ACT, 1855 of the grandfather's death. The father and mother after their marriage lived (18 & 19 Vict. 0. 124), s. 6.- In the case of Re The Royal Dramatic College, in Germany. The cbildren were brought up by the mother in her own faith before Chitty, J., on the 28th ult., a motion was made on behalf of without any interference by the father, who, although he professedly continued the Charity Commissioners for the committal of the respondent for contempt a Protestant, did not go to any Protestant place of worship, but often with his of court in not delivering to them, in compliance with an order made by them wife attended mass. On the other hand, in a letter to his mother prepiously on the gih of Judo last, a detailed statement in writing, showing where, and to bis marriage, he bad expressed an intention that, if he had a son who inin whose names, and upon what security, a sum of 2334 118. 3d., being herited the estate, notwithstanding that the children were to be baptized as moneys subject to the trusts of the above cbarity, and paid to the respondent, Roman Catholics, such child should be brought up as & Protestant, and his was deposited, standing, or invested. It appeared that the Royal Dramatic confidence that his intended wife would be satisfied by a Roman Catholio bapCollege was dissolved in 1878, and that, on the 29th of March of that year, a tism. He had also, subsequently to the marriage, in writing to his mother, sobeme was sanctioned by the Charity Commissioners for carrying on the expressed his desire that, if he bad a son, he should be educated at an English charity. Under this scheme the late Mr. Benjamin Webster was the sur public school. KAY, J., said that, in this kind of case, the court was placed viving trustee, and, by his direction, certain books, pictures, and costumes in much difficulty. In his opinion, the decision ought to be without the were, on the 24th of February, 1881, sold for the sum of £334 118. 3d., which smallest bias as to the question of faith. There was no doubt as to the sum was paid to, and still retained in the hands of, the respondent, who was ordinary rule affecting the faith in w bich a ward of court was to be brought up, the solicitor representing Mr. Webster in the matter. The respondent had that the court, or any person who had the guardianship of a child after the given notice to the commissioners of the sale and sum realized, and bad written father's death, should have sacred regard to the religion of the father in deal. to them for advice, but declined to comply with their applications for detailed ing with the child, and, unless under very special circumstances, ought to see accounts, on the ground that the proceeds of sale of the effects that the child was brought up in the religious faith of the father, whatever were not included in the scheme (which referred to the real estate tbat might have been. On the otber hand, tbe court had to consider wherber of the charity), nor subject to the trusts of the Royal Dramatic College, the father had himself indicated any particular faith in which he wished his or of any other charity, but received and held adversely to the charity. child to be brought up. If the father bad not indicated expressly wbat faith he It was contended by the respondert that tbere could be no jurisdiotion in wished his child to be brought up in, but had acted in such a manner fs to the commissioners over property which was not being administered, and that show an abdication or abandonment of bis right to have him brought up in his as be bad stated that he claimed adversely to tbem, tbe statotory jurisdiotionown faith, as bad happened in some cases, that again was a circumstance which of the commissioners under the Cbaritable Trusts Act, 1853, was ousted the court was bound to have regard to. Other circumstances to be looked at under the 15th section of the Act, and that in any event it was not shown were what, according to the existing state of things, it was likely that the by the commissiopers that any application in writing enabling them to father, if alive, would have desired, and what, under the particular circum. interfere under the 16th section had been received by them. CHITTY, J., stances of the case, was most for the benefit of the child. The agreement as said tbat the sum in question was admittedly the proceeds of sale of property to the religious education of the children, had, of course, no legal validity. comprised in the cbarity, and that the endeavoars of the respondent to On the facts his lordship came to the conclusion that the father had indicated opet the Charity Commissioners from tbeir useful statutory jurisdiotion was a wish that his children should be brought up in the Roman Catholic faith. absord, for it could not be contended that there was any olaim to bold Further, he thought it was for the advantage of the child that he should be the money adversely to all olaims in respect of its being obaritable property, brought up in that faith; if a contrary intention were come to, some proTherefore, in the absence of any proposition on behalf of the respondent, the vision would have to be made for taking the child out of the custody of the order asked for must be made. The matter then atood over until the 1st motber, except during holidays, and away from his sisters, who, as they had ipat., when it appearing that the respondent bad delivered the account no property, and were not wards of court, would, in any event, be brought required of him, it was arranged that upon his undertaking to, witbin eix up in the faith of tbeir mother. Again, there seemed to be no reason why the weeks, pay to the official trustee the amount in hand, lees £56 due to bimboy could not be educated at an Eoglish publio school, if the court should for posts, and also to pay the costs of the motion, an order of committal hereafter consider that desirable, though he were a Roman Catholic, or even sbould not be drawn up onless and until defadlt. -SOLICITORS, Clabon ; W. 8.
proceed to an English university. And, considering that the property was Webster.
situated in Lancashire, wbere there were many Roman Catholics among the gentry, when he grew up he would find himself in a position that was not in
the least injured by the fact of his being a Roman Catholic. His lordship TRUSTEE-TRUST FOR SALE_POWER TO MORTGAGE-POWER OF SALE. appointed the mother and a paternal uncle as guardians, and allowed £800 & In the case of Re The Gloucestershire Banking Company, before Chitty, J., year maintenance until further order, the guardians undertaking, when called on the 28th ult., a question arose whether the trustees of a will of real estate on to do so, to bring the infant within the jurisdiction.-SOLICITORS, Bower, with a trust to sell, with the consent therein mentioned, were ao thorized to Cotton, & Bower. mortgage the estates devised. It appeared that the estates were charged by the testator with the payment of bis debts, and that the trustees bad a discretionary power to postpone the sale for such period as should seem to them ex. | DIVORCE-DECREE NISI-DECREE ABSOLUTE-POWER TO FIX A SHORTER pedient. The trustees stated that they bad made various attempts to sell, TIME-MATRIMONIAL CAUSES ACT, 1866 (29 & 30 Vict. c. 32), s. 3.--In the but were unable to do so except at a sacrifice, and that a mortgage was the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division, on the let inst., on application discreetest mode of raising the money necessary for carrying out their trust. was made on bebalf of the petitioner in the suit of Rippingall v. Rippingall and The question was also raised whether a mortgage should, under the circum. Lockhart, to shorten the time for making absolute a decree nisi for a divorce. stances, contain the usual power of sale, Chitty, J., said that an examina The Matrimonial Causes Act, 1866 (29 & 30 Vict. c. 32), 8. 3, provides that no tion of the will showed that the case was excepted from the general rule that decree nisi for a divorce shall be made absolute till after the expiration of six a trust for sale did not authorize a mortgage. The case seemed to fall within months, “unless the court shall, under the power now vested in it, fix a the words of Lord St. Leonards in Stroughill v. Anstey (1 D. M. & G. 643), ) shorter time." In the present case the decree nisi was pronounced on the 15th roling that the question was wbether a mortgage was or was not authorized of February last, and therefore could not be made absolute before the 15th of by the will, and that it was to be considered that where the trustees bad the August, when the court would have risen for the long vacation. The special legal estate, and were to perform a particular trust through the medium of a grounds relied upon in support of tbe motion were these, that the petition sale, although the direction for a sale did not properly authorize a mortgage, was filed on the 8th of July, 1881, and was ready for trial in the ensuing yet, if the circumstances would justify the raising of the particular charge by November; but that in consequence of the court pot sitting for the trial of a mortgage, it was in the discretion of the court whetber the particular mode special jury causes during the Micbaelmas Sittings, it could not be heard until would be sanctioned, as it might be the saving of an estate and the most dis-alter Cbristmas, and thus three months had been lost through no laches 0.1 creet thing that could be done. With reference to the other question, his the petitioner's part. The Queen's Proctor bad been communicated with, but lordship was of opinion that, if the trustees were authorized to mortgage, there had refused to give his assent to the present application. The petitioner's counsel was po objection to the insertion in the mortgage of the usual power of sale, relied upon Fitzgerald v. Fitzgerald (L. R. 2 P. & D. 136) as an authority. HANNEN, P., observed that the real groand for the application was the cir. | The Lord Mayor acknowledged the compliment, and, in conclusion, cumstance that the six months for making the decree absolute expired during expressed the hope that the Law Society might flourish, for the advantage of the long vacation, but this was a matter of frequent occurrence, and to grant the public and the profession, and that he mizht have the honour of beiog the application would open the door for añ indefinite number of similar remembered for this occasion. " applications. Fitzgerald v. Fitzgerald was not in point, for that case ball been for many months before the Queen's Proctor, who had become satisfiel that there was no necessity for intervention. Here the Quren's Proctor had in
LAW ASSOCIATION. effeot left the matter in the bands of the court, and, dealing with the case At the usual monthly meeting of the directors, held at the Hall of the upon general principles, the application must be refused. — SOLICITOR, Incorporated Law Society, Chancery-lane, on Thursday, August 3, the Turner.
following being present-viz., Mr. E. Tylee (Chairman), and Messrs. Boodle, Desborough, jun., Finch, Hedg+r, Styan, Sidoey Smith, H. Tylee, and A. B.
Oarpenter (Secretary), grants of £5 werə made to the widows of solicitors, SOCIETIES.
and £25 to a member, and the ordinary g-neral business was transacted.
LAW STUDENTS JOURNAL.
INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY, As stated last week, the president, council, and members of the Incor. porated Law Society were entertained by the Lord Mayor at a banquet at the Mansion House on the 27th ult. At the close of the banquet, says the City Press, after the customary toasts, the LORD Mayor said: I have now to
INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY. propose a toast wbich I trust will be interesting to us all. It is “ The
PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION. Health of the President, the Vice-President, and the Council of the Incorpo. rated Law Society of the United Kingdom.” Gentlemen,-This hall is one in
The following candidates were successful at the Proliniairy Examination which there have been a great number and a great variety of entertainments.
held on the 12th and 13th of July, 1882 :There have been here received almost all the institutions, and the interests Apps, Whitmore Frederick
| Kerr, Francis James which have made law, religion, and commerce famous, but I think tbera bas
Knowles, Edward been one oversight which I trust this eveniog will remedy. Bacon said that | Badoock, Frederick
Lince, Cyril William religion formed the chief bond of human society. Well, no doubt it does in Banloft, Guy Cyril
Line, Horace Houlton a spiritual sense ; but I venture to think that in a physical sense the strongest physical sense the strongest Barker, Frederick Hubert
Leake, John Haslebam bond of buman society is the law. Now, I have also been attracted by an Berridge, Samuel Murpott
Ledsam, Henry Thomas Clutton Salt observation of Horace that some are razors and others are tbe hones on which Booth, Joseph Lister
Lewio, TẠomas Ellerker the razors are sharpened." Well, there are now a great many razors in this Booth, Sam
Lilley, George Trice world, but I venture to suggest that the interest which I have the honour to Bowen, Arthur Kendrick
Lloyd, Francis Horatio entertain this evening is a remarkable instance of the bone on which so many Bowen, Ignatius Edward
Logan, George Alfred razors are set. Gentlemen, I am muoh honoured in receiving you here this | Broomhead, Thomas
Lowther, Newton Ernest evening, for there is no question wbatever but tbat you represent tbe greatest | Bull, William James
McArthur, Allen Gordon power in this country, and I then look around and I say, how has that power | Bury, Walter Wilfred
Main, Francis Ingram been exercised ? Has it been for the good of society ? Has society prospered | Busb, Harrington Paul
Martin, Peroy William guided by a power which holds it in its grasp, and from which it cannot Byrne, Peter
Mead, James Ernest ** escape? Well, I think I am within the bounds of reason when I say that the Cadle, Clement Pearce
Mercalfe, Robert John Golborno national prosperity bas gone hand in hand with the advancement and the pro. | Cartmel, George Edward
Michell, G. B. tection of the law; that the law has ever been one of the civilizing elements of Clegg, Sam
Miles, Alfred Horsfall society; and that ihe most influential portion of society have been lawyers in Cockcroft, Richard Lonsdale
Milner, Charles Dickens this country. Of course, I include the bench and the bar, but those are Cockle, Ernest
Milne, Joseph elements which have been entertained in this room from time immemorial, 1 Coley, William
Monk-Smith, Robert Lionel but I think that at least those razors who bave sharpened themselves so long Coode, George Jones
Morland, Francis John upon the solicitors cannot but feel that I bave justification in asking you here Cowan, Thomas Galloway
Morland, George Holbrow to-night. The Incorporated Law Society, whom we more especially greet tbis | Cox, Henry Herbert
Mould, Samuel evening, is a special instance of the organization for good which the law and Crow, John Henry
Mumby, Frederick Hugh solicitors have effected for their country. They are incorporated by Act of Crump, Frank Charles
Nayler, Benjamin Round Parliament and by charter, and it is to them that we look, and on them that D'Arcy, Franc's Meager
Nevias, Victor Edgar Edmondson we depend, that there shall be none enter ioto practice of the law but of good Davies, Alexander Reid
Orford, Lewis Alfred reputation and of sound knowledge of the principles of law; and it is not a Davis, Hasbrouck
Purham, Maurice Crozier little to say that they have successfully established a great school of lawyers Day, Charles Gregory
Parisot, Henry W. W. J. which is now governing, with a power that few people imagine, but which Denman, Thomas Hercey
Parker, Alan Montague thoughtful men will admit, the whole of the ordinances of this Drake, Arthur Herbert
Parkin, Agar Hooper country; and that service of examination, that service of domina- | Druitt; Alan
Pauli, Frederick Reginald tion over evil and support of good is rendered by the Iacor. Dubois, William Arthur
Payne, Thomas Stockwood porated Law Society without 'fee or endowment. I think, therefore, Dano, Henry Peoniston
Pears, Arthur Grant that I have made a good case, and a good reason why I, as the Chief Magis. Edwards, William George Albert Phillips, Llewellyn trate, should feel honoured in the presence of the president, the vice-president, Eley, Robert Spence Taylor
Pollard, John Empson Toplis and members of the Incorporated Law Society, and that I have also good | E laby, Arthur James
Prishard, Riehard Henry reason to ask the representatives of the solicitors of London and England to Elliot, Michael William Harry Ransom, D'Ogley Scott be present here to-night. I couple with this toast the name of Mr. Paine, Emsley, Robert Garside
Reckett, Charles Coleby the president of the Incorporated Law Society.
Eskrigge, Theodore Robson
Ridley, William Allder The PRESIDENT, in reply, thanked his lordship for the flattering manner in Evans, Charles Denham
Roberts, John Richard which he had spoken of the society and lawyers generally. In proposing the Faber, Frank Stanley
Robinson, Cecil Peregrine toast, the Lord Mayor had touched upon nearly everything which could be Fenwick, Joseph
Roshe, Charles Hubert said on the subject. It was not for him to dwell upon responsibilities and Ferrington, George William
Rogers, William Augustus Fydell duties of solicitors, for that his Inrdsbip knew all about, nor bad he anything Fielders, R.
Rotherham, Richard Alexander new to say to the company present, for all assembled there tha: evening were | Fletcher, James Herbert
Round, Charles members of the society, and were well acquainted with what was being done. Floger, Sydenha'n Ecoest
Salt, Walter Sutton Some might not agree with all the council sometimes did, but they might Fox, Edmund Thomas
Sanderson, Stephen Goodman rest assured tbat the intention was the best interest of all. There was one Galt, William Bruce
Sandiford, H. M. matter which had given a good deal of trouble, but which he hoped would be Grabam, Peter
Scholefield, John 8000 settled. At the present time his mouth was closed on the subject, and, Green, John Walter
Scholefield, Joshua therefore, he asked the indulgence of the company to pass from it. Speaking Hall.Say, Geoffory Norman Elward Shackell, Obarles Henry of the society itself, Mr. Paine said they had in their course generally been Harries, James Symous
Sharpley, Philip Henry reticent, and had not couried public notoriety. The leadiog journal, bow. Hart, Samuel Hopgood "
Sharpley, Sydney Thomas ever, bad recently favoured them with an article, in which it was shown the Hetherington, John Bowerbank Shaw, Bernard Lefevre kiod of duties performed by the society, how they were carried out, and the Hill, Frederick Williams
Shaw, Frank great strides wbich the society had made in later years.
Hills, Henry Maurice
Shaw, Walier John Mr. F. H. JANSON (vice-president) then submitted the toast of "The Lord Hod ,son, James Harvey
Simpson, Clayton Mayor," which was warmly received. Without expatiating on the subject, Huskingson, Charles John
Sleigh, Myles Atkinson he would at once remark that it was very good of the Lord Mayor to ask this Jackson, Æmilius Hiriman
Smiib, Charles Jobo Bedford society to the Mansion House, where they had been received with so much Johnson, Simuel Jo':n
Steele, Charles Deans cordiality, hospitality, and splendour. The Lord Mayor had referred to his Jones, Harry (or London)
Stephen, St. Legor Grant conneciion with lawyers ; and be (the speaker) would remark that he had Jones, Harry (of Wolverhampton) | Stirk, James William Edward noticed what a large amount of legal knowledge his lordsbip brought to bear Jones, Lloyd Overstone
Stokóe, John Herbert in dealing with the cases bronght before him at the Mansion House, and bis | Jones, John Piers Lloyd
Stonebam, Reginald Charles judicial mind had so developel, if he might be allowed to put it in that way, Jones, William Edward
Swaine, William ihat he thought they ought to make bim an honorary member of the society. Kelly, John Joseph
| Swift, William Gilbert
Swinhoe, Rodway Charles Jobo | Watson, Frank
PROPOSED INCORPORATED LAW Phelps
White, Charles Edward
SOCIETY FOR SCOTLAND.
White, George Alfred Huelin
The Scottish Journal of Jurisprudence says :-A meeting of enrolled law
agents was held in Edinburgh on the 20th olt. to receive a report from a Walker, Henry Baines Wilson, Robert Henry Bourcbior
committee appointed at a meetiog held on the 19ih of December last, and to Walsh, Jobn Williams, Herbert
take such action thereon as might be considered desirable. Mr. W. M'Clure, Waltbew, James Bankes Winnall, Charles Pears
of Greenock, was in the obair ; and representatives were present from Glasgow, Ward, Harry Dacre Michael Wood, Henry Plant
Edinburgh, Dundee, Greenock, Dumfries, Perth, Hamilton, Airdrie, Elgin, Watkins, Daniel Wright, Arthur Ernest
Falkirk, &c. The report of the committee, inter alia, stated that the committee bad acted upon the resolutions passed at the meeting last December.
These resolutions were: (1) “ That in the opinion of the meeting it is UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.
desirable to form a society similar to the Incorporated Law Society of England, At a meeting of this society, held at Clement'g-inn Hall, on Wednesday,
which shall be open to the whole legal profession in Scotland, to be called the July 26, Mr. E. F. Spence in tbe obair, after tbe business of the evening
Incorporated Law Society of Scotland.” (2) “ That the society shall consist
of individuals, and sball not be confined to any branch of the profession, the bad been dieposed of, Mr. Mott-Whitebouge bronght forward the following
sole qualification being that the member shall be an advocate or law agent duly motion :-“That the circuit' system abould be abolis ed, and provincial
admitted to practise before either the Supreme or Local Courts of Scotland." (3) courts of justice establiebed in its place." The opeper was supported by
“ That a committee be appointed to take the necessary steps for the formation Messrs. Spence, Templer, add Bartram, and opposed by Messrs. Ball and
of such a society, to draw up & constitution and rules, and when Napier. Mr. Mott.Wbitebonde replied, and the motion, on being put to the
members have expressed their intention of becoming members, & meeting be vote, was carried by a majority of one.
called to consider the constitution and rules drawn up by the committee." The committee nominated had framed drafts of all doouments necessary, with the view of an application being made to the Crown for a charter of incorpora.
tion. They had thereafter, by issuing a circular to the profession stating the OBITUARY.
objects and scope of the proposed society, takeo means to satisfy tbemselves tbat the incorporation of such a society would be heartily supported. They
bad received assurances of support from 300 members of the profession, and they MR. G. W. ANSTIE.
bad re asou to believe that this number would be largely increased so soon as
the society is actually formed. Tbe committee further stated that having Mr. George Washington Anstie, solicitor, who died at his residence, Park
ascertained tbat the Lord Advocate would be prepared to consider the terms Dale, Devizes, on the 17th ult, in his eighty-third year, was the sixth son
of the constitution and bye-laws, together with any memorial in support tbereof Benjamin Webb Anstie, Esq., of Devizes, by Hannab, daughter of John
of, they bad prepared, and now submitted for the consideration of the meeting, Overbury, Esq., of Tetbury, and was born in the year 1800. Mr. Anstie
| drafts of a charter and bye-laws on the model of the charter and bye-laws of was educated at Mill Hill Grammar School. He was articled in Bristol, but
the English Incorporated Society, together with a memorial and other documents spent a year or two in the office of Messrs, Swain & Co., of London, and it
to be transmitted to the Lord Advocate. In laying this report before the was during his stay there that the late Lord Beaconsfield made, in the same
meeting, the convener mentioned that he had received from Inverness and other cffice, his transient acquaintance with tbe lawyer's desk. Mr. Anstie was
important local faculties com munications to the effect that they cordially apadmitted in 1822 and went into practice at Devizes, where for many years he
proved of the whole proposals contemplated, and accordingly thought it on. took an active part in public business. He worked energetically for Parlia
necessary to send special deputations to this meeting. The report baring mentary Reform, Negro Emancipation, and Corn Law Repeal, and he was an
been adopted, the meeting proceeded to consider the various drafts submitted early add zealous promoter of the Temperance movement. He retired from
to them. These were generally approved of, and were ultimately remitted to practice many years before his death. Mr. Anstie married first, Harriet,
a committee, consisting of Messrs. Spens, Glasgow; M'Clare, Greenock; daughter of William Tomkins, Esq., of Abingdon, by whom be has left five
Cameron, Elgin ; Gair, Falkirk ; Dougall, Ayr; Downie, Glasgow ; Sbaw, surviving children ; and, secondly, Aone, daughter of Robert Tomkins, Esq.,
Glasgow; and Barty, Dunblane, finally to adjust. Power to take otber steps of Berkeley, who survives him.
necessary towards an incorporation of the society was also conferred on the same committee.
Mr. WILLIAN COMENS CLIFTON, solicitor (of the firm of Haynes & Clifton),
NEW ORDERS, &c. of 4, Tokeu bouse-yard, and of Stratford and Romford, has been appointed A Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Jadicature.
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE. Mr. HENRY LATHAM, Bolioitor, of Congleton, bas been appointed Registrar of the Congleton and Sandbach County Court (Circuit No. 9), on the
CHANCERY DIVISION. resignation of his father, Mr. John Latham. Mr. H. Latbam was admitted
LONG VACATION, 1882.-NOTICE. & solioitor in 1870.
Dariog the vacation until further notice :--All applications whioh may reMr. FRANCIS ROBERTSON MOORE, solioitor, of Warwiok and Leamington, has been eleoted Clerk to the Warwiok Bohool Board. Mr. Moore was
quire to be immediately or promptly heard, are to be made to the judges who admitted a solicitor in 1861. He is coroner and clerk to the magistrates
for the time being sball act as Vacation Judges. for the boroogb of Warwick.
One of the Vacation Judges will sit in the court of the Vice-Chancellor, Sir Mr. JOSEPH PEARCE, solicitor, of 39, Essex-street, bas been appointed a
Charles Hall, at eleven a.m. on Wednesday in every week, commencing on Commissioner for taking Affidavits in England for Use in the Sapreme
Wednesday, the 16th of August, until further notice, for the purpose of Court of the Colony of Victoria.
| hearing such applications.
No case will be placed in the court paper unless leave has been previously Mr. ROBERT MACLEANE PAULL, solicitor, ot Truro, has been appointed
obtained, or a certificate of counsel that the case requires to be immediately or Secretary to the Vice-Warden of the Stadnaries, in suocession to his partner,
promptly heard, and stating concisely the reasons, is left with the papers. the late Bir Philip Protheroe Smith. Mr. Paull was admitted a solicitor in 1866.
The necessary papers relating to every application made to the Vacation Mr. GEORGE SMITH, solicitor, of Salisbury, bas been elected Seoretary
Judges are to be left with, or addressed (under cover marked outside Chancery to tbe Salisbury Iofirmary. Mr. Smith is coroner for the oity of Salisbary.
Vacation Papers) to the officer in attendance, Chancery Registrars' Chambers He was admitted a solicitor in 1848, and is in partnership with Mr.
(Room 136), Royal Courts of Justice, before one o'clock on the Monday Henry William Cobb, who is clerk to the county magistrates.
previous to the day on which the application is intended to be made, Mr. TBEOPAILUS LOTT, solicitor, of Oxford and Shipston-on-Stoor, bas
In any case of great urgency the brief of counsel is to be sent to the judge by been appointed Registrar of the Shipston County Court (Circuit No. 22),
book-post, or parcel, prepaid, accompanied by offico copies of the affidavits in in 8000ession to Mr. Edward Vere Niooll, resigned. Mr. Lott was admitted
support of the application, and also by a minute, on a separate sbeet of paper, a solicitor in 1879.
signed by counsel, of the order be may consider the applicant entitled io, and Mr. GEORGE BURTON, solicitor (of the firm of Jennings, Son, & Burton),
an envelope capable of receiving the papers, and addressed as follows: of 17, Graceoborch-street, and of Burton-on-Trent, has been happointed a
“ Chancery Official Letter: To the Registrar in Vacation, Chancery Regis. Notary Public for Burton-on-Trent and ten miles round.
trars' Chambers, Royal Courts of Justice, London, W.C." Mr. WILLIAM B. CROFT, of Mildmag-chambers, 7, Union-court, Old Broad
On applications for injunctions or writs of ne exeat regno, in addition to th street, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oatbs in the Supreme above, a copy of the writ, and a certificate of writ issued, must also be Court of Judicaturo.
The papers sent to the judge will be returned to the registrar.
The address of the judge for the time being, acting as Vacation Judge in the DISSOLUTIONS OF PARINERSHIPS.
Chancery Division, can be obtained on app'ication at the Chancery Registrars' A. LESLIB and T. C. FENWICK, solioitore, 34, Conduit-street, Regent Chambers. street (Leslie & Fenwick). July 25.
The chambers of the Vice-Chancellor Hall will be open on Tuesday, Wednek. SAMUEL BRIGHT WILLIAMS and JOSEPH HOWLETT, solicitors, Redditob day, Thursday, and Friday, in every week, from eleven to on eo clock, and Birmingham. June 30.
[Gazette, July 28. Chancery Registrars' Chambers, Aug. 1
LONG VACATION, 1882.-NOTICE TO SOLICITORS. On and after Monday, the 21st of August, the registrar ia attendance will, for the purpose of facilitating vacation business, sign certificates for sale and transfer on Tuesday and Friday in every werk, but the certificates should be
CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY. left for examination at least one clear day previously, and on Tuesday in
LAST DAY OF PROOF. every week the registrar will make alterations necessary in orders to be acted EARNSHAW, WILLIAM PYBURN, Bramley, near Rotherham, Farmer. Sept 1. Earnshaw on by the Chancery Paymaster.
v Frost, Kay, J. Favell, Rotherham The registrar will not attend on Saturdays and Mondays onless | JONES, CHARLES, Witney, Oxford, Wine Merchant. Oct 1. Jones v Jones, Kay, J.
Ravenor, Witney on notice of any intended application to the judge for an order of an urgent
LEE, WILLIAM, De Foe rd, Stoke Newington, Gentleman. Aug 31. Holah v Hinks, pature.
Fry, J. Bretherton, Queen st, Cannon st
MAUD, HANNAH, Thornton Heath, Surrey. Sept 14. Sutcliffe v Kipping, Chitty, J.
Kipping, Essex st, Strand
NOYES, THOMAS HERBERT, Clifton hill, St. John's Wood. Aug 31. Arnold v Noyes, Changery Registrars' Chambers, Royal Courts of Justice,
Fry, J. Walters, New sq, Lincoln's inn
PARSONS, HANNAU ESTIER, Leather lane, Holborn. Sept 5. Parsons v Parsons, Chitty,
J. Wooton, Finsbury circus.
Chitty, J. Sykes, Harrogate
SMITI, CHARLES HẾNRY, Barforth rd, Peckham, Gentleman. Sept 1. Smith v Bowden, The following papers for the Vacation Julge are required to be left with the
Kay, J. Bartlett, Bedford st, Covent garden
[Gazette, July 28.] officer in attendance at the Royal Courts of Justice (Room 136), on or before the Monday previous to the day on which the application to the judge is in.
BICKERTON, WILLIAM HENRY, sen, Newton on the Hill, Salop, Yeoman. Aug 30. Cooper
v Bickerton, Chitty, J. Young and Co, St Mildred's ct, Poultry tended to be made :
BRIDGE, JAMES SOUTHBY, St Thomas's square, Hackney, Gentleman. Sept 1. Bridge 1. Counsel's certificate of urgency, or note of special leave, granted by the
v Bridge, Kay, J. Mackrell and Co, Cannon st judge.
HAWKINS, GEORGE Drew ADOLPHUS, Great Yarmouth, Ironmonger. Oct 1. Hawkins
v Hawkins, Bacon, V.C. Ruddock, Great Yarmouth 2. Two copies of writ and two copies of pleadings (if any), and any other HAWORTH, BARNES, Woodhey, Lancaster, Manufacturing Chemist. Oct 1. Nuttall v documents showing the nature of the application.
Hudson, Bacon, V.C. Watson, Bury 3. Two copies of notice of motion.
LOCK, SAMUEL ROBERT, King Henry's rd, Primrose hill, Gentleman. Oct 2. Smart v
Smart, Kay, J. Draper, Vincent sg, Westminster 4. Office copy affidavits in support with exhibits, and also the affidavits ia la
w.ce copyinaavits 10 support with exabits, and a180 tbe aindavits 10 Tyson, Ruti Hannai, Whitehaven, Cumberland. Sept 30. Walker v Atkinson, answer, if any filed.
Bacon, V.C. Dodgson, Great Winchester st Chancery Registrars' Chambers, Royal Courts of Justice,
Gazette, Aug. 1.7 August 1, 1887.
LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK.
• HOUSE OF LORDS.
July 27.-Bills Read a Third Time.
PRIVATE BILLS.-Ramsgate and Margate Tramways ; South London Tram.
way8 ; Swiodon, Marlborough, and Andover Railway ; Great Northern Rail. LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
way ; North London Suburban Tramways. AYYLINE COXPANY, LIMITED.--Chitty, J., has, by an order dated July 10, appointed William Waddell, 1, Queen Victoria st, to be official liquidator
July 28.- Bill in Committee. LIBERIA LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. --Creditors are required, on or Ancient Monuments. before Sept 14, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts
Bills Read a Third Time. or claims, to Edwin Banks Harding, 38, Old Jewry. Saturday, Oct 28, at 12. is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims
PRIVATE BILLS.-Llangammarch and Neath and Brecon Junction Railway; STANDARD BANK OF LONDON, LIMITED. --Creditors are required, on or before Sept 30, | Mersey Docks and Harbour Board ; Manchester Corporation; West Metro
to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to
July 31. -Bills Read a Second Time.
before Aug 31, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts Poor Law Amendment ; Artisans' Dwellings. or claims, to Charles Cross Holmes, 25, Abchurch lane
Bills Read a Third Time. STRAHAN AND COMPANY, LIMITED.-Chitty, J., has, by an order dated M8
ointed Arthur James Hill, i, Finsbury circus, to be official liquidator
PRIVATE BILLS.-Alford and Sutton Tramways ; Easton Neston Mineral, TYLLWYD AND DYNEVOR COLLIERY COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Chitty, I and Towcester, Roade, and Olney Junction Railway; Northampton Corpora
J.. dated July 19, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Walker and Co.
tion ; Loodon and South-Western Railway. WHITB OAK COLLIERY COMPANY, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before Sept 23.
Nero Bil. to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Frederick Augustus Jenkins, Bristol. Friday, Oct 27, at 12, is appointed for
Bill to amend the law with respect to the charges on and payment to the hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims
Mercantile Marine Fund (Mr. CHAMBERLAIN). [Gazette, July 28.]
Aug. 1.-Bills in Committee. BLAKE AND GOODYEAR BOOT AND SHOK MACHINERY COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for
| PRIVATE BILL.-Nottingham Corporation. winding up, presented July 31, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Nov 4, at the Rolls court, Rolls yard. Wilkins and Fanshawe, Founders' Hall. Swithin's lane,
Bills of Sale Act (1878) Amendment ; Local Government (Gas) Provi. solicitors for the petitioner
sional Order. BOGNOR BRICK AND TILE COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Chitty, J., dated July 22, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Harlow, Southampton bldgs,
Bills Read a Third Time. Chancery lane, agent for Gregory, Chichester, solicitor for the petitioner
PRIVATE BILLS.--Rotheram and Bawtry Railway; Peokham, East Dulwiob, DYNEVOB IRON AND TIN PLATE COMPANY, LIMIITED.-By an order made by Ch
dated July 22, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Meredith and Co New I and Orystal Palace Tramways ; Busby Water. sa. Lincoln's inn, agents for Brown, Bristol, solicitor for the petitioner
Aocient Monuments, INDIAN CO-OPERATIVE AGENCY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Chitty, J., dated July
22, it was ordered that the agency be wound up. Mote, Walbrook, solicitor for the
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
July 27.-Bill Road a Second Time.
Parcels Post. directed to be heard before the Vacation Judge, at the court of Hall, V.C., on Aug 16. Norton, Queen st, Cheapide, solicitor for the petitioner
Bill in Committee. SOUTHERN STATES COAL, IRON, AND LAND COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up,
Conveyancing (Re-committed). presented July 29, directed to be heard before the Vacation Judge, on Wednesday. Aug 16. Goldring and Mitchell, Southampton st, Bloomsbury, agents for Ramweli
Bilis Read a Third Time. and Co, Bolton, solicitors for the petitioner
(Gazette, Aug. 1.) PRIVATE Bills.—Glamorganshire Canal (Railway); Railway Working and COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER.
Management Company ; Tredegar Water and Gas.
July 28.-Bill Read a Third Time.
Electric Lighting. Liverpool, solicitor for the petitioners
Bill Withdrawn. [Gazette, July 28.]
Parliamentary Elections (Corrupt and Illegal Practices). GIDLOW IRON AND COAL COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented July 31, directed to be heard before Bristowe, V.O., on Aug 12, at 10, at St. George's Hall,
Aug. 1.-Bills Read a Third Time. Liverpool. Boote and Edgar, Manchester, solicitors for the petitioners
PRIVATE BILLS.-Earl of Aslesford's Estates ; Mabarajah Duleep Singh's UNLIMITED IN CIANCBBY.
Estates ; Oswestry and Llangynog Railway; Pontypridd, Caerphilly and
Aug. 2.-Bill Read a Second Time.
Bill in Committee,
Blaker, James Dyer, Southwick, Sussex, Timber Merchant. Aug 16 at 12 at office of
Cockburn, Duke st, Brighton
Palmer and Smith, Charles sg. Hoxton
Brady, Edwin, Norfolk ter, Westbourne grove, Licensed Victualler. Aug 17 at 3 at
Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn. Tilsley, St Benet's pl, Gracehurch st
Brady, Patrick, Bradford, York, Cutler. Aug 10 at 12 at Bell Hotel, Norfolk st, Shef. COURT OY
field. Last and Betts, Bradford
V. C. Bacon.
V. C. HALL.
Brettell, Margaret, Newport, Monmouth, Licensed Victualler. Aug 9 at 12 at office of Monday, Aug. ......... 7 Mr. Koe Mr. Latham Mr. Pemberton
Lloyd, Bank chmbrs, Newport
Bromley, Thomas Benson, Rusholme, Lancaster, Lodging house Keeper. Aug 17 at 3 Tuesday ..............
at office of Grundy and Co, Booth st, Manchester Wednesday.............. 9 Koe
Pemberton Burton, Joseph Saunders, High st, Aldgate, Hawker. Aug 10 at : at office f Bradley,
Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Mark lane
CHITTY. Cazes, Isaac, Quadrant rd, Canonbury, Merchant. Aug 21 at 3 at office of Cooper,
Chandler, Jonatban, Bedford, Coal Merchant. Aug 10 at 12 at offices of Conquest and Wednesday............
Clare, Duke st, Bedford
Chapman, Robert, Wild's rents, Long lane, Bermondsey, Beer Retailer. Aug 5 at 11 at The Long Vacation will commence on Thursday, the 10th day of August, and
6, Wild's rents, Long lane, Bermondsey. Biggenden, Kingsland rd terminate on Tuisday, the 24th day of October, 1882, both days inclusive.
Chase, James, Titchfield, Hants Builder. Aug 9 at 3 at offices of Goble and Warner,
Chesterton, John, Wrexham, Denbigh, Toy Dealer. Aug 12 at 3 at Bull's Head Inn, RECENT SALES.
Market pl, Manchester. Sherratt, Wrexham At the Stock and Share Auction Company's sale, lield on the 3rd inst., at Codling, Stephen, Walbrook, Woollen Warehouseman. Aug 11 at 3 at offices of Lover.
ing and Co, Gresham st. Keeble, Basipgball st their sole-room, Crown.court, Old Broad-street, the following were among
Cooke, Isaac William Henry, Lancaster rd, Notting hill, Upholsterer's Salesman. Aug the prices obtained :-West Deron Consols 10s. , Homachos Silver Lead 17 at 3 at offices of Crook and Carlill, Fenchurch st Mining Sbares, £5 109. ; Anglc-Continental Telephone Company (Limited) Coppard, George, Monkwell st, Manufacturer's Agent. Aug 8 at 12 at offices of Plunkett
and Leader, St Paul's churchyard £1 shares, 175. 60.; lodian Zoedope Cordpany £l shares, 10e. paid, is.;
Crofts, Isaac, Bramcote, Nottingham, Market Gardener. Aug 16 at 3 at office of Elliott, Lordon Fish Market and National Fishery Company (Limited) £1 phares, Cauldon pl, Long row, Nottingham 16. jaid, 108.;, Junior Army and Navy Stores (Limited) £1 shares, 10s.; Daniell, Claude Melville, Woolston, Southampton, Cabinet Maker. Aug 6 at 11 at
office of Guy, Albion ter, Southampton and other securities fetched fair prices.
rthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Grocer. Aug 10 at 12 at offices of Vaughan, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
Dawson, Walter William, Brotherton, Market Gardener. Aug 11 at 11 at offices of SALES OF ENSUING WEEK.
Kaberry, Pontefract Avg. 8.- Mr. WALTER KNIGHT, at the Masons' Hall at 1 s.m., Leasehold Dealtry, Hugh Thornton Cuningham, Southampton row, Bloomsbury, Tea Mercha pt. Wine Establisbment (see advertisement, Jüly 29, p. 4).
Aug 11 at 3 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn, Godfrey, South sq, Gray's-inn Avg. 8.-Messrs. THURGOOD & Co, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Leasehold Chambers
Drinkwaker, John, Maindee, nr Newport, Monmouth, Lime Merchant. Aug 10 at 11 at
office of Parker, Commercial st, Newport (see advertisement, July 29, p. 4).' Aug. 9.-Mex-re. EDWIN Fox & BOUBřIBLD, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Reversion
Easton, Robert, Bristol, Photographer. ` Aug 8 at 2 at office of Clifton and Carter,
Broad st, Bristol Policy (see advertisement, July 29, p. 4).
Evans, John, Pembroke, Grocer. Aug 24 at 11.30 at Water st, Pembroke Dock. Aug. 9,- Meeste. BAXTER, PAYNE, & LEPPER, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Gilbertson, Pembroke and Leasehold Properties (Bpe advertieement, ihis week, p. 4).
Everard, Thomas, Brownsover Mill, nr Rugby, Warwick, Miller. Aug 7 at 3 at office
of Wright, Belvoir st, Leicester Avg. 10.-Merbre. WAGSTAFF & WARMAN, at the Mart, at 12, Freetold Prop
Fieldhouse, Aquilla, Middlesborough, York, Joiner. Aug 9 at 2 at office of Lewis, erty (see advertisement, this week, p. 3)
Zetland st, Middlesborough Avg. 10 - Messre. C. C. & T. Mooke, at the Mart, at 1 for 2 p.m., Freehold and
Sonth rark. Durham. Builder. Aug 12 at 11 at office of Parr and
Groves, Christopher, Southwark, Durham, Builder, Aug
Co, Bridge st, Sunderland, Edgar, Bishop Auckland
mingham, Murly and Co
Hallwood, Henry, Warrington, Lancaster, Baker. Aug 9 at 3 at office of Davies and
Co, Market pl, Warrington
Halse, Charles Smith, New Bridge st, Blackfriars, Surgeon. Aug 16 at 3 at office of
Godden, Lime st
Hamden, Francis, Clee, Lincoln, Lobster Merchant. Aug 9 at 3 at Law Society, Bowl.
alley lane, Kingston upon Hull. Woodhouse, Kingston upon Hull Ashdown, W Forbes F , Gresham House, Old Broad st, Architect. Pet July 25. Hankey, Edward Haynes, Shrewsbury, Salop, Station Master. Aug 11 at 12 at Talbot Murray, Aug 10 at 1
chmbrs, Shrewsbury. Chandler Barton, Allen James, and John Henry Clay Spencer, Upper Thames st, Tavern Hardman, Alfred, Gloucester, Rent Collector. Ang 5 at 11 office of Jackson, Broad Keepers. Pet July 25. Murray. Aug 10 at 12.30
st, Gloucester Foulkes, Richard, Liverpool, General Broker. Pet July 24. Murray. Aug 10 at 12 Harris, William, Leyton, Essex, Timber Merchant. Aug 24 at 3 Masons' Hal Tavern, Gale, W E . Brook green, Hammersmith. Pet July 21. Murray. Aug 10 at 11 Masons' avenue, Basinghall st. Lewis, Stratford Harrison, William B Change alley, Cornhill, Commission Merchant. Pet July 12. Harrison, Henry Palmer, West Bromwich, Stafford, Stud Manufacturer. Aug 10 at Brougham. Aug 15 at 12
11 at office of Topham, High st, West Bromwich Taylor, William, Whitecross st, Draper. Pet July 26. Pepys. Aug 9 at 1
Heney, Robert Farrington, Strand, Electrical Novelty Depot. Aug 22 at 3 at office of To Surrender in the Country.
Foreman and Co, Gresham st. Curtis, Old Jewry chmbrs Campbell, Colin, Gateshead, Durham, Cowkeeper. Pet July 26. Ingledew. Newcastle, Hill, John Ebenezer, Old Swinford, Worcester, Iron Plate Worker. Aug 9 at 3 at office Aug 21 at 11
of Addison, High st, Brierley hill Farrington, Christopher, Wolverhampton, Builder. Pet July 24. Sanders. Wolver. Hiscox, John Henry Thomas, Woolston, Southampton, Grocer. Aug 8 at 3 at office of hampton, Aug 16 at 12
Watts, Albion place, Southampton Harry, William Marshall Dyer, New Cross, Kent, Clerk. Pet July 25. Pitt-Taylor. Humphreys, Eliza Ann, Seymour pl, Bryanstone sg, Oil and Colour Dealer. Aug io at Greenwich, Aug 22 at 1
2 at office of Carter and Bell, Eastcheap Hinchcliffe, William, and Benjamin Hinchcliffe, Bradford, Builders. Pet July 26. Huskisson, Charles Frederick, Birmingham, Letter Catter. Aug 10 at 3 åt office of Lee. Bradford, Aug 9 at 12
Higgs, Bennett's hill, Birmingham Lovegrove, William Henry, Sawbridgeworth, Herts, Hay and Straw Dealer. Pet July Jackson, William Knowles, Bury St Edmunds, Bookseller. Aug 21 at i at office of Hens26. Spence. Hertford, Aug 12 at il ** TUESDAY, Aug. 1, 1882.
man and Nicholson, College hill, Cannon st .
Jacob, Robert, Wolverhampton, Lock Maker. Aug 11 at 11 at office of Rhodes, Queen Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
st, Wolverhampton Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
Joel, Jacob, Bristol, Boot Manufacturer. Aug 8 at 2 at office of Benson and Carpenter To Surrender in London.
Bank chbre, Corn st, Bristol Kiel, Adam, Church st, Bethnal Green, Cabinet Maker. Pet July 27. Pepys. Aug 16
Kearton, Frank, Richmond, York, Butcher. Aug 10 at 3 at odice of Robinson, Great at 12
Channel, Richmond Luscombe, William Richard, Marlborough rd, Chelsea, Boot Maker. Pet July 29. Kett, Arthur William, Heigham, Norwich, Tobacconist. Aug 11 at 12 at office of Brock, Pepys. Aug 16 at 12
Briggs st, Norwich Pook, Charles Oliver, Chancery lane, Law Clerk. Pet July 27. Pepys, Aug 16 at 12 Kirkland, Job, Derby, Provision Dealer. Àug 10 åt 3 at Bell Hotel, Sadler Gate, Derby. Pryce, Thomas, Essex rd, Islington, Ironmonger. Pet July 27. ^ Pepys. Aug 16 at
Hextall, Derby 12.30
Laurence, Joshua, Birmingham, China Dealer. Aug if át 3 åt office of Rowlands and Shippy, Arthur, King st, Cheapside, Accountant. Pet July 29. Pepys. Aug 16 at 12 Co, Colmore row, Birmingham Thorogood, Thomas, Blackstock rd, South Hornsey, Baker. Pet July 29. Pepys. Aug Lawford, John Alfred, Fenchurch st, Asphalte Contractor. Aug 8 at 3 in lieu of time 16 at 1
originally pamed To Surrender in the Country.
Legg, Thomas Rowland, and Sidney Archer Legg, Bermondsey st, Woolstaplers. Aug Greeenwell, Thomas, Newcastle upon Tyne, Baker. Pet July 25. Ingledew. New.
16 at 12 at office of Turquand and Co, Coleman st. Hawks and Co, Borough High st, castle, Aug 11 at 11
Southwark Hancock, John, jun, North rd, Clapham, Fishmonger. Pet June 20. Willoughby. Levy, Mark, Comeragh rd, West Kensington, Builder. Aug 11 at 12 at office of Lane Wandsworth, Sept 1 at 11
and Monro, Queen Victoria st Lewis, James, Bucknell, Salop, Farmer. Pet July 24. Robinson. Leominster, Aug 16 Levy, Michael Charles, and Joseph Vann Lester, Duke st, Aldgate, Tobacconist. Aug at 2.30
14 at 2 at office of Helmore, Bishopsgate st Within Masters, George, Stileway, Meare, Somerset. Pet July 28. Foster. Wells, Aug 15 Maris, William, Norwich, Fruit Merchant. Aug 10 at 1 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham at 12
st. Sadd and Linay, Norwich Stichland, Samuel, Yetminster, Dorset, Grocer. Pet July 25. Batten. Yeovil, Aug
McNulty, James, Wigan, Lancaster, Bootmaker. Aug 10 at 2 at offices of Kenney, 18 at 3
King st, Wigan
Masters, Stephen, Lyndhurst, Southampton, Grocer. Aug 9 at 3 at omices of Bell and
Tayler, Portland st, Southampton
od, William Erskine, Sheffield, Merchant. Aug 11 at 3 at offices of Branson and
Co, Bank bldgs, Sheffield Rawley, E J High st, Borongh, Hop Merchant. July 20.
Maycock, Charles, and John Brightley, Fulham fields, Builders. Aug 11 at 2 at GuildTUESDAY, Aug. 1, 1882.
hall Tavern, Gresham st. Andrews, Fenchurch st Ferrell, Campbell, South Petherton, Ilminster, Esq. July 6
Mead, Edwin Samuel, Chester, Tallow Chandler, Aug 15 at 11 at offices of Brassey Liquidations by Arrangement.
Eastgate row North, Chester
. . FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS.
Middleton, Albert, Melcombe Regis, Dorset, Livery Stable Keeper. Ang 21 at 12 FRIDAY, July 28, 1882.
Queen's Hotel, King st, Melcombe Regis. Street, Weymouth Biddulph, Thomas, Openshaw, nr Manchester, Coal Merchant. Aug 16 åt 3 at Falstaff Miller, William Carver, Gt Yarmouth, Hairdresser, Aug 10 at 12.30 at office of Dow Hotel, Market pl, Manchester
sett, Hall Quay chmbrs, Gt Yarmouth