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which provides that, on any appointment of new trustees, separate that, in many cases, the new scale will be inadequate ; the question trustees may be appointed to administer distinct sets of trusts. to be settled is whether, taking difficult and complicated transThe court has often assumed jurisdiction to make such separate actions with simple transactions, it will afford a fair remunera. appointments; and there is probably nothing to which any one tion. will strongly object in the fact that the new enactment seems to In computing the commission, fractions of £100, under £50, are apply, notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in the settle- to be reckoned as £50, and fractions of £100, above £50, are to ment. Both this enactment and the former one are verbose with | be reckoned as £100. Under the Law Society's scale of 1873 out being explicit, and might, we think, have been made at once fractional parts of £100 were to be reckoned as £100. The shorter and clearer. We are left (as we ought not to have been) minimum remuneration on transactions over £100 is to be £5, and to infer that section 30 of the old Act will apply to the filling on transactions under £100, £3. Where property is sold subject up of vacancies occurring in separate sets of trustees constituted to incumbrances, the amount of the incumbrances is to be deemed by virtue of section 5 of the new Act.
| part of the purchase-money, except where the mortgagee purSection 6 shows another discrepancy between the text and the chases, in which case the charge of his solicitor is to be calculated marginal note. The latter speaks about trustees, and the language upon the price of the equity of redemption. of the former is perfectly general. It enables one (or, we sup The extra charges which are authorized to be made are-(1) pose, more than one) donee of a power to disclaim the power, £2 10s. for procuring the execution and acknowledgment of a and provides that such disclaimer shall not incapacitate the other deed by a married woman ; (2) £2 for perusal of draft on behalf donees from exercising it. The section was probably meant only of any party having a distinct interest “proper to be separately to supplement section 38 of the old Act, which provided for the represented” (where the party joining in the conveyance or mortsurvivorship of a joint power or trust in executors or trustees on gage is represented by a separate solicitor, “the charges of such a death. We infer that by some defect of original construction separate solicitor are to be dealt with under the old [i.e., present] the executors and trustees were omitted, or, more probably, that system as altered by Schedule II.]; (3) remuneration for extra in the subsequent polishing they were dropped out, leaving fossil work occasioned by changes occurring in the course of any busitraces of their existence in the marginal note.
ness ; (4) remuneration for business“ of a contentious character”; Section 7 contains some important provisions respecting the and (5) remuneration according to the present system, as altered by acknowledgment of deeds executed by married women. One Schedule II., in respect of all business the remuneration for perpetual, or one special, commissioner will, after the end of the which is not prescribed by rule 2 or Schedule I. An important present year, be able to take such acknowledgments, instead of question is as to the scope to be given to this last provision. two commissioners being required for the purpose. A What business will be considered as falling within the several memorandum of acknowledgment, if purporting to be signed by items of deducing and investigating title in respect of which coma person authorized to take the acknowledgment, is conclusive mission is allowed by the scale ? As regards the item for deducevidence of the acknowledgment; and the deed takes effect from ing title, it is presumed that it is intended to cover preparation of the time of acknowledgment. Probably this section may be abstract, and replies to requisitions. It does not seem that it will thought to hit the judicious mean between the greater elaboration cover any acts which may be necessary or advisable to be done by of the existing system and the original proposal to abolish | way of completing the title before the property is offered for sale. acknowledgments altogether. It is true that the practice of As regards the item for investigating title and preparing and comacknowledgment is by some competent persons thought to be only pleting conveyance, it would seem that it will not cover the a costly and worse than useless nuisance, which might with getting in of any outstanding estate ; for that is neither investigatadvantage be wholly abolished. But it is well known that cases ing title nor completing conveyance. It will apparently cover all have actually occurred where the process of acknowledging a journeys which may be necessary, except “ travelling or hotel deed has been the means of discovering that the married woman's expenses,” which are expressly excepted by rule 4. Will it cover execution of it was due either to fraud or to coercion. And it the preparation of statutory declarations ? will hardly be denied that a very few such cases are a sufficient With regard to sales by auction in lots, rule 1 in Schedule I. apology for retaining the practice, though in a great number it provides that “the commission for deducing title and perusing may be, or seem to be (for the two things are not identical), and completing conveyance on a sale by auction is to be charge. superfluous. To the number of the actually detected plots must able on each lot of property, except that where a property held be adıled the probably larger number of cases in which the fore- under the same title is divided into lots for convenience of sale, seen necessity for separate acknowledgment has prevented a plot and the same purchaser buys several such lots and takes one from being hatched to maturity. Upon these grounds we are conveyance, and only one abstract is delivered, the commission is not sorry that the change made is not more sweeping.
to be chargeable upon the aggregate prices of the lots.” What is “the commission” which is to be “chargeable on each lot" ? It will be observed that the rule does not provide that commission
shall be chargeable on each lot in respect of the price thereof; THE REMUNERATION ORDER. but it is clear that this must be the meaning of the rule. The
result will be that, in the case of sales in lots where the total pro
duce of sale is below £1,000, the only difference between comThe commission allowed in the case of completed sales or mort- mission on the aggregate price of the lots and commission on the gages for deducing title and perusing and completing a conveyance separate prices of the lots will be that in the latter case the solicitor or mortgage is one and a half per cent. for the first £1,000; one may get commission on fractions of £50, but in the case of sales per cent. for the second and third £1,000 ; one-half per cent. for in lots where the total produce of the sale is over £1,000, the the fourth and each subsequent £1,000 up to £10,000, and one- result will be to give a larger remuneration to the solicitor where quarter per cent. for each subsequent £1,000 up to £100,000. the lots are sold to different purchasers. And, as we remarked last week, the commission of the purchaser's! We have already discussed the commission on an ineffectual or mortgagee's solicitor for investigating title and preparing and sale by auction. The remuneration of the vendor's and purchaser's completing conveyance or mortgage is the same. In the scale solicitors, or of the mortgagor's and mortgagee's solicitors on a suggested by the Council of the Law Society the rates are under- purchase by private contract, or mortgage ,which is not completed, stood to have been two per cent. up to £1,000, one per cent. ou is (under rule 2 (c)) to be regulated according to the present any further amount up to £5,000, and one-half per cent. on any system as altered by Schedule II. further amount beyond £5,000. In the Law Society's scale of We now come to the commission for what may be termed com1873 the commission of the purchaser's solicitor was three per bined transactions—that is to say, transactions in which the same cent. up to £1,000, and two per cent. for every £100 up to £5,000. solicitor acts for different parties. The first point to be noticed is Whether the new scale will afford a fair remuneration is a question that to which a correspondent drew attention last week-viz., that on wbich no definite opinion can be pronounced until it has been no provision is made for the case of the same solicitor acting for in operation for some time, so as to enable practitioners to ascer- both vendor and purchaser in an ordinary purchase transaction. tain the average afforded by a series of transactions. It is clear Rule 2 in Part II, of Schedule I., which provides for the case of
a solicitor being concerned for both vendor and purchaser, applies acts for purchaser, mortgagor, and mortgagee is entitled to puronly to “ conveyances at a rent.” The result would seem to be chaser's solicitor's commission, and also to half the commission that the solicitor who acts both for vendor and purchaser in an under rule 3. But this view seems to be the result of a want of ordinary purchase transaction will be entitled to charge full com- observation of the terms of rule 6. That rule expressly provides mission both as vendor's solicitor and also as purchaser's solicitor that the solicitor shall, in addition to full purchaser's solicitor's -e.g., a solicitor acting for both vendor and purchaser in a pur-commission, only be entitled to one-half of the commission "for chase for £5,000 will be entitled to two commissions of £45 each. investigating title and preparing the mortgage deed”-that is to Considering the careful provision made for reduced commission in say, only to one-balf the mortgagee's solicitor's commission. It does other cases of combined transactions, it seems doubtful whether not entitle him to any part of the mortgagor's solicitor's commisthis result can have been contemplated by the framers of the sion. We think it clear that rule 3 must not be read with rule 6, Order.
and that in the case put of the solicitor acting for purchaser, The next matter to be noticed is the remuneration of a solicitor mortgagor, and mortgagee on a purchase for £5,000, and mortgage who is concerned for both mortgagor and mortgagee. This is for £5,000 of the same property completed at the same time, the provided for by rule 3 in Schedule I., under which he “is to be solicitor's commission (exclusive of negotiating commission) will entitled to charge the mortgagee's solicitor's charges and one-half be £67 10s. ; but it is certainly remarkable that the solicitor's of those which would be allowed to the mortgagor's solicitor up remuneration shculd be the same in this case as in the case where to £5,000, and on any excess above £5,000, one-fourth thereof.” he merely acts for mortgagor and mortgagee. On a mortgage for £5,000 the commission of the solicitor acting for mortgagor and mortgagee will therefore be as follows :
$ 8. d. Mortgagee's solioitor's commission for investigating title, &o. 45 0 0
THE REMUNERATION ORDER.
[To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.] Making a total commission of . . . £102 10 0
Sir, -Referring to the question raised in recent articles in your journal The next matter is that to which we briefly referred at the l as to the circumstances in which a vendor's solicitor can become entitled olose of our article last week—the case of a conveyance and mort. | to the commission for conduciing a sale by auction, I beg to point out gage of the same property completed at the same time and pre- that, while it is customary in London for the vendor to pay the pared by the same solicitor. In this case rule 6 in Schedule I.
auctioneer's commission, the usual conditions of sale in some pro. provides that the solicitor is to be entitled to charge “only half
vincial districts provide for the payment of such commission by the
purchaser. the fees for investigating title and preparing the mortgage deed up
The right of the vendor's solicitor to remuneration for conducting a to £5,000, and on any excess above £5,000, one-fourth thereof,
sale by auction may, therefore, depend upon the locality of the sale. in addition to his full oharges upon the purchase-money and his
| This can scarcely bave been the intention of the framers of the order, as commission for nogotiating (if any).” If this rule stood alone, there there seems to valid reason for depriving some solicitors of remuneration would be no question that, in the case put by our correspondent which others, more favoured by local custom, will earn for precisely of a purchase for £5,000 and mortgage for same amount of the similar work.
J. T. D. same property, completed at the same time, and prepared by the London, September 14. same solicitor, the remuneration of the solicitor would be as follows:
£ 8. d.
[To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.] Pall commission for investigating title, &o., on parchase for
Sir,-I have just had occasion to endeavour to ascertain what the costs
are on a lease at a rent of £120 per annum, according to the new scale. Half commission for investigating title, and preparing and com:
Is it £7 10s, or £10? After the first $100 the words in the order are pleting mortgage for £5,000 . . . . . . 22 10 0
-" £2 103, in respect of each subsequent £100." But the subsequent
£100 is not reached until the rent amounts to £200, and there is no pro
£67 10 0 If the solicitor negotiated the load, a commission of £35 would bave to
vision under Leases as in rule 7, Schedule I., Part I., as to fractionz.
What is meant, I presume, is that anything over £100 shall be treated be added.
as £200, but it is not so expressed.
A SOLICITOR. It will be observed that on this construction the commission of
[Will not rule 6 in Part II. of Schedule I., that “ fractions of £5 are the solicitor who acts for purchaser, mortgagor, and mortgagee is to be reckoned as £5," apply to the case P-Ed. S. J.] exactly the same as that of the solicitor who acts merely for mortgagor and mortgagee. It is not surprising that it should have occurred to practitioners that this could not have been intended, and that there must be some mode of construing the order so as
CASES OF THE WEEK. to give a higher remuneration to the solicitor who acts in the former case. It has been contended that in this case, since the
BEFORE THE VACATION JUDGE. purchaser is concerned for both mortgagor and mortgagee, rule 3
VACATION BUSINESS_URGENCY_PETITION-CONFIRMATION OF SALES ACT must be read with rule 6 as governing the commission of the (25 & 26 Vict. c. 108).- In the case of In re Hodgson, before Day, J., on the solicitor. It can hardly be meant by this contention that the solici. 6th inst., sitting as Vacation Judge, an application was made that a petition tor is to be entitled both to the commission under rule 3 and under the above-mentioned Act by trustees praying for the sanction of the under rule 6, for in that case the effect would be to give to the
court to a conditional cop'ract for the sale of minerals might be in the paper
for the following week. Day, J., having received an assurance from counsel solicitor who prepares a conveyance for £5,000 and mortgage for that the matter was pressing, gave the leave asked for. On the 6th inst. an £5,000 of the same property which are completed at the same time order was made in this case upon the petition of trustees and beneficiaries a higher commission than if he had acted first for the purchaser of | under the will of Mr. W. A. Hodgson, of Sharlston, York, giving the trastees the property for £5,000, and at a subsequent time for the mort
leave to sell minerals under testator's land Apart from the surface of the gagor and mortgagee of the same property. In the former case
land.-SOLICITORS, J. Bickersteth Ottley, for Dixons d Horne, Wakefield. the solicitor would (independently of any commission for negotiation), by the combined operation of rule 3 and rule 6, obtain a DEFENDANT RESIDENT A BROAD_EQUITABLE ASSIGNMENT OF MONEYS IN commission of £135, while in the latter case he would get a
BANK-INJUNCTION.-In Morris V. De Lamonta a motion was made on commission of £112 10s. only.
| behalf of the plaintiff to restrain the defendant De Lamonta from witbThis would be obviously absurd. drawing from the London and South-Western Bank (Limited), and Independently of this, we think it clear that rule 3 will be read as the bank from parting witb, certain moneys which had been paid into prescribing the remuneration of the solicitor concerned for both mort the bank on account of subscriptions for debentures of the Casino Manicipal gagor and mortgagee in all cases except that of a conveyance and
de la Ville de Nice. The last-mentioned corporation was a Société mortgage of the same property completed at the same time and pre
Anonyme incorporated in France, with power to issue debentures to the
amount of £410,000. The defendant De Lamonte had parohased the whole pared by the same solicitor, which case is provided for by rule 6. It issue from the corporation and bad offered £250,000, part of it, for subscrip has, however, been thought that under rule 6 the solicitor who tion in England.' There was a contract between the plaintiff and the
brake and Co. Rebay, J., in thation for winding on an official liquido sept 21 at 11.30
defendant De Lamonta that the plaintiff should advertise the debentures At the afternoon sitting speeches of welcome were delivered in the name of offered for subscription in London, for which he was to be paid $4,600. the King by M. Mancini, and in the name of the town by Count Ferraris, the Considerable sums of money had been paid into the back in con equenos of Syndic. The secretary-general then read a report on the work of the Institut the plaintiff's advertisements, and the plaintiff not having received payment since its last meeting, and of the reception of the Oxford resolutions on of his £4,600 as agreed, now moved to restrain the defendant De Lamonta, extradition and of the “ Manual of the Laws of War." He also touched and the bank respectively, from withdrawing or parting with any of the upon the losses sustained by the deaths of MM. Bluntschli, Bernard, Massó, moneys so paid in antil he had been paid tbat sum. Counsel for the defendant Laurence, and Dubois, upon the international subscription in honour of De Lamonta objected that the court had no power to make such an order, that Bluntschli, and upon the interesting reminiscences of the unification of Italy there had been no assignment to the plaintiff of the moneys in question, suggested by the chamber in which he was speaking. and that without such an assigament there could be no injunotion to restrain the removal of the food. In the course of the argument, however, some correspondence between the parties was read, from wbioh it appeared that it was fully understood and agreed between the parties that the $4,600
COMPANIES. should be paid to the plaintiff ont of the first moneys received by the bank from subscribers. Day, J., considered that this constituted in equity an
WINDING-UP NOTICES. assigoment of the fund, and made the order asked for.-SOLICITORS, Peace
Joint STOCK COMPANIES. & Co.; Michael Abrahams dRoffey.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
chambers of Hall, V.C., for the appointment of an official liquidator RAILWAY COMPANY-DITERTING ROAD-RAILWAYS CLAUSES CONSOLIDA
CENTRAL WYNAAD GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Day, J., has fixed Sept 21 at 11.30 TION ACT-INJUNCTION.-In Pickering v. The Metropolitan Railway Company, at the chambers of Hall, V.C., for the appointment of an official liquidator a motion was made to restrain the defendant company from obstructing the
C. W. MEITER & Co., LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Sept 8, directed to plaintiff's road to his warehouse in the rear of 33, Trinity-square, Tower.
be heard before Day, J., in the court of Hall, V.C., on Wednesday, Sept 20.
Drake and Co, Rood lane, solicitors for the petitioner hill. The right of user of the road in question had been demised by the MILLINERY AND DRESS ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Sept Corporation of the Trinity House (whose estate and interest in the premises 8, directed to be heard at the court of Hall, V.C., on Sept 20. Rooks and Co, King st, the railway company had since bought) to the plaintiff in 1865, together with
Cheapside, solicitors for the petitioners
NORTIGATE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding the warebouse to which it led. In April last the defendants diverted the road,
up, presented Sept 5, directed to be heard before Day, J., on Sept 20. Wright, Fenand from time to time, between April and June, substituted other approuches church bldgs, solicitor for the petitioner to the plaintiff's warehouse for the road in question. Since the 2nd of June no WALA WYNAAD INDIAN GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Day, J., has, by an order alteration bad been made. On the 24th of August the plaintiff issued his
dated Sept 1, appointed Thomas Stephen Evans, 5 and 6, Bucklersbury, to be official
liquidator writ in this action, and be now moyed for an injunction to restrain the de.
(Gazette, Sept. 8.) fendants from obstructing bis right of way. Counsel for the railway company C. W. MEITER & Co., LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Sept 8, directed to relied upon the statutory powers conferred upon them by their special Act
be heard at the court of Hall, V.C., on Wednesday, Sept 20. Pulbrook, Cloak lane,
solicitor for the petitioner and the Railways Clauses Consolidation Act wbich was in orporated with it ; GEORGIA LAND, LUMBER, AND COLONIZATION COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding and except that they had failed in April to give the proper statutory notices up, presented Sept 7, directed to be heard at the court of Hall, V.O., on Wodnesday, to the plaintiff of their intention to divert his road, they had in all respects
Sept 20. Wild and Co, Ironmonger lane, solicitors for the petitioner
HOOVER HILL GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented complied with their Act. They had provided proper temporary access to the
Sept 11, directed to be heard before the Vacation Judge at V.C. Hall's court, on Sept plaintiff's premises in substitution for that interfered with, and in two or 20. Jones, Bishopsgate st Within, solicitor for the petitioner
d to its | LONDON ESTATE AND MORTGAGE COMPANY, LIMITED.--Petition for winding up, pre
sented Sept 9, directed to be heard by the Vacation Judge at V.0. Hall's court, on original condition. With regard to the failure to give the notices required,
Sept 20. Hogan and Hughes, Martin's lane, solicitors for the petitioner
PREESGWEENE COLLIRRY COMPANY, LIMITED,Petition for winding ur, presented Sept this failure, and that he must be held by his conduct to have waived the right 11, directed to be heard before Day, J., in the court of Hall, V.C., on Wednesday, Sept to notice. DAY, J., held that the company had plain statutory powers to
27. Blake and Heseltine, Serjeants' inn, Fleet st, agents for Darlington and Sons,
Wigan, solicitors for the petitioner divert the road in question, and notwithstanding that they bad not strictly SOUTHERN States COAL, IRON, AND LAND COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by complied with all the requirements of the Act by not giving the plaintiff the the Vacation Judge, dated Aug 23, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of notices referred to, yet, having regard to the plaintiff's delay in bringing his
the company be continued. Goldring and Mitchell, Southampton st, Bloomsbury, action until the defendants' works were on the eve of completion, he would
agents for Řamwell and Co, Bolton, solicitors for the petitioner
[Gazette, Sept. 12.) not interfere with those works now, and he refused the motion with costs.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. SOLICITORS, Lumley & Lumley; Fowler & Perks.
CHRISTIAN FRIENDS' UNION SOCIETY, Lecture Hall, High st, Deptford. Sept 5
(Gazette, Sept. 8.) Sr. OLAVR's UNION BENEFIT SOCIETY, Dun Horse, Borough High st. Sept 6 WARESLEY PROVIDENT CO-OPERATINE SOCIETY, LIMITED, Waresley, Huntingdon. Sept 6
TGazette, Sept. 12.7 LEGAL APPOINTMENTS. Mr. FREDERICK EDWARD NICHOLSON, golicitor, of Doncaster, has been At the Stock and Share Auction Company's sale held on Suptember 14, at appointed Assistant Clerk to the Doncaster Board of Guardians and Superin their sale-rooms, Crown-court, Old Broad-street, E.C., the following were tendent Registrar for the district. Mr. Nicholson is clerk to the Lower
among the prices obtained:-Hoover Hill Gold Mining, 58.; Edinburgh and Strafforth and Tickbill Highway Board. He was admitted a solicitor in
Glasgow Insurance, 178. 6d. ; Georgia Bonds, 21 per cent. ; Alabama Bonds, 1876.
2 per cent. ; United Horse Nail, 103.; Indian Kingston, 53. ; Madras Gold Mr. HARRY Cousins, solicitor, of Cardiff, has been appointed a Perpetual Mining, 78. 6d.; Nundydroog Gold Mining, 63.; West Devon Consols Mine, Commissioner for Glamorganshire for taking the Acknowledgments of Deeds 78.; Belgravia Dairy Company, 12s. ; and other miscellaneous securities by Married Womeo.
fetched fair prices. Mr. EDWARD STONE has been appointed Crown Solicitor for the Colony of Western Australia,
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
Creditors must forward their proof of debts to the Registrar,
To Surrender in London,
8. Buckler, Charles W Upper st, Islington, Auctioneer. Pet Sept 7. Brougham. Among the members and associates present, there were from Germany, Pro Sept 26 at 11 fessors Bulmering and Schulze, of Heidelberg ; Professor Von Bar, of Göttin Fane, Henry John, Bury st, St James', of no occupation. Pet Sept 6. Brougham, gen; M. Gessner, of Dresden ; M. Perels, of Berlin; and Professor
Sept 20 at 11 Marguardsen, of Erlangen ; from Austria, Professor Neumann, of Vienna ;
Webster, Benjamin, Ponsonby pl, Vauxhall bridge rd, Dairyman. Pet Sept 4.
Brougham, Sept 22 at 12 from Belgium, M. Rolin-Jacquemyns, Minister of the Interior ; Professors Wood, Richard T ; Hatherley grove, Westbourne grove. Pet Sept 6. Brougham. Rivier and Arntz, of Brussels ; Professor de Laveleye, of Ghent; and M. Nys ;
Sept 22 at 11.30 from Switzerland, M. Moynier, President of the Red Cross Society; from
To Surrender in the Country. England, Mr. Hall and Professor Holland, of Oxford; from Russia, Professors
Badger, Thomas Wright, Whiston, York, Solicitor. Pet Sept 6. Wake. Sheffield,
Sept 27 at 12 Martens, of St. Petersburg, and Kamarowsky, of Moscow ; from Greece, Burns, Christopher, Cleator Moor, Plumber, Pet Sept 5. Were. Whitehaven, Sept 20 M. Savipolos; from Italy, M. Mancini, Minister for Foreign Affairs, and
at 11 Professor Brusa; from France, MM. Clunet, Montluc, and de Clerè.
Gorringe, Alfred, Nightingale rd, Wood Green. Pet Sept 6. Pulley. Edmonton,
Sept 27 at 11 The morning meeting, of members only, was devoted to private business Jones, George, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton, Licensed Victualler. Pet Sept 4. and elections. M. Mancini was elected president, but declined to accept the Middleton: Edward. jun. Ashgread. Yeaden, York, Cloth Manufacturer. Pet Sept 5.
Sanders. Wolverhampton, Sept 29 at 12 office, which he had already held at Geneva, as being incompatible with
Marshall. Leeds, Sept 20 at 11 his official position. M. Pierantooi, professor at Rome, was then elected Newman, James William, Bedworth, Warwick, Builder. Pet Sept 4. Kirby. Coventry, president, and Professors Neumann and de Laveleye vice-presidents. MM. . Sept 20 at Lucas and Mamiani were promoted to honorary membership, and MM. Hall,
Pike, Benjamin, Southtown, Suffolk, Timber Merchant's Clerk, Pet Sept 6.
Worlledge. Great Yarmouth, Sept 25 at 11 barrister-at-law, Pradier-Fodéré and Renault, professors at Paris, associates, Slater, John, Newchurch, Lancastor, Innkeeper. Pet Sept 4. Tweedale. Oldham, were elected members. The following were elected associates : Professors Sept 21 at 12 Carlé, of Turin; Gabba. of Pisa: Carnazza. Amari. of Catania . Martile of Vitale, Clerico, Newcastle upon Tyne, Café Proprietor, Pet Sept 6. Ingledew. New
castle, Sept 21 at 11 Tubiugen ; Lemonaco, of Naples; Martens, of Coimbra ; Roskowsky, of webber: Leonard J , Plymouth, Commission Agent. 'Pet Sept 6. Gidloy. East Leopol; Lord Reay, and M. Nys, judge at Antwerp.
TUESDAY, Sept. 12, 1882.
Irving, Henry, Bolton, Cumberland, Innkeepor. Sept 28 at 3 at office of Rigg, King st,
James, Edward, Llantrissant, Glamorgan, Tailor. Sept 29 at 10 at 64 St Mary st,
Cardiff. Williams Hammond, William, Commercial rd East, Baker. Pet Sept 9. Brougham. Sept 27 Jardine, Harry, Oxford, Boot Factor. Sept 22 at 11 at offices of Druce, High st, at 12
Oxford Hardy, John, Curtain rd, Shoreditch, Upholsterer. Pet Sept 8. Brougham. Sept 27 Kellond, Charles Ardon, Goldhurst rd, St John's Wood, Builder. Sept 19 at 3 at the at 11
Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Wells, Paternoster row Rhodes, Thomas, Colebrooke row, Islington, Commiesion Agent. Pet Sept 8. Kendall, Henry, Aspatria, Cumberland, Brower. Sept 28 at 12 at offices of Rigg, King Brougham. Sept 28 at 12.30
st, Wigton Storoll, Edwin, Goswell rd, Chemist. Pet Sept 8. Brougham. Sept 22 at 12.30 Kirkham, Joseph, Derby, Potato Merchant. Sept 21 at 3 at offices of Hextall, Full st,
Knight, George, Amhurst road, Hackney, China Dealer. Sept 20 at 11 at offices of
Cheapside. Feltham, Portsea Hiscox, John Henry Thomas, Woolston, Southampton, Grocer. Sept 6. Candy, Levy, Moss, Green lanes, Stoke Newington, China Dealer, Sept 18 at 10 at offices of Southampton, Sept 27 at 12
Harte, Moorgate st Pember, John William, Torbock, Lancashire, Commercial Clerk. Pet Sept 8. Cooper. Lewton, Thomas, Eastville, Gloucester, Commission Agent. Sept 20 at 12 at offices of Liverpool, Sept 27 at 12
Evans, Exchange buildings East, Bristol Russell, John Thomas, Kingston upon Hull, Timber Merchant. Pet Sept 7. Rollitt | Little, James, Reading, Berks. Auctioneer. Sept 21 at 10.15 at the Wheatsheaf Hotel, Kingston upon Hull, Sept 26 at 3
| Friar st, Reading. Parker and Wilkins, High Wycombe Williams, James Septimus, Liverpool, Carrier. Pet Sept 8. Cooper. Liverpool, Sept Luntley, Philip James, Scarborough, York, Musical Instrument Dealer. Sept 18 at 10 26 at 12
at offices of Williamson, Queen st, Scarborough Winstanley, Thomas, Wigan, Brass Founder. Pet Sept 7. Hope. Wigan, Sept 25 at 11 Maas, Jacob, Columbia rá, Hackney, Baker. Sept 28 at 3 at offices of Charlton and
Co, Sise lane, Queen Victoria st. Bassett, Fenwick rd, East Dulwich
McGuire, Thomas, sen, Sunderland, Grocer. Sept 19 at 11 at office of Stokoe, Fawcett FRIDAY, Sept. 8, 1882.
st, Sunderland Lowes, Christopher, Walbrook, Solicitor. Sept 4
Mark, Frederick, Bell st, Edgware rd, Builder. Oot 4 at 3 at offices of Munns and
Longden, Old Jewry
Matravers, George, Ashill, Somerset, Farmer. Sept 27 at 11 at office of Paull, Court
Mawson,' Horner, Bradford, Grocer. Sept 25 at 3 at office of Berry and Robinson,
Charles st, Bradford Allies, Thomas, Bromyard, Hereford, Innkeeper. Sept 20 at 10.30 at Hop Market Hotel, Merrifield, John, Burnley, Lancaster, Provision Dealer, Sept 28 at 3 at Exchange Worcester. Allen, Bromyard
Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley. Hartley, Burnley Balls, William Cooper, and James Langford Kirby, Queen Victoria st, Furriers. Sept Middleton, Thomas John, High Holborn, Optician. Sept 28 at 3 at offices of Freeman 28 at 11 at office of Tanner, Circus place, Finsbury circus
and Winthrop, Bedford row Barnes, James Adam, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Fancy Draper. Sept 22 at 12 at office of
Morfitt, William, Goole, York, Grocer. Sept 22 at 2 at office of England, East parade, Glyn, Bedford row. Gibson, Sittingbourne
Noden, Charles, Wolstanton, Stafford, Licensed Victualler. Sept 21 at 3 at offices of St Pat u nggam, Tailor. Sept 28 at 3 at office of Brittle St Da
Knight, Ironmonger. Newcastle-under-Lyme Batten, George, Eastville, Gloucester, Greengrocer. Sept 21 at 2 at office of Wilmott, Noel, Theophile Aime Arsene, Long Acre, Bedding Manufacturer. Sept 18 at 2 at Nicholas st, Bristol
office of Dubois. Serjeants' inn, Chancery lane. Moss, Gt Tower st Bennett, William Edward, Kidderminster, Worcester, Builder. Sept 22 at 3 at office Nowne, Henry, Rotherhithe, Surrey, House Decorator. Sept 25 at 3 at office of Wallis, of Waldron, High st, Brierley hill
Pancras lane Bentley, Frederick, Hanley, Stafford, Grocer. Sept 18 at 11 at office of Bennett, Picca
Nunnerley, Richard, and Joseph Nunnerley, Upper Norwood, Linen Drapers, Sept 22 dilly bldgs, Hanley
at 3 at office of Finch, Borough High st, Southwark Berzynski, Jacob, Leeds, Tailor. Sept 21 at 2 at office of Billington, Great George st, Owens, Price, Merthyr Tydfil, Wholesale Potato Merchant. Sept 20 at 1 at office of Leeds
James and Co, High st, Merthyr Tydfil Billington, John, James st, Covent garden, Licensed Victualler. Sept 25 at 2 at office
Paige, John, Plymouth, Provision Dealer. Sept 21 at 11 at office of Elworthy and Co, of Lee, New inn, Strand
Courtenay st, Plymouth Bradshaw, William, Oxford, Colliery Agent. Sept 21 at 12 at office of Galpin, New Inn
Pitt, John Edward, Birmingham, out of business. Sept 21 at 11 at office of Mallard Hall st, Oxford
Newhall chmbrs, Newhall t, Birmingham Braithwaite, Samuel, Samuel Braithwaite, jun., and John Braithwaite, Ashton under Plush, Robert, sen, St Ann's rd, Brixton, Coffee house Proprietor. Sept 27 at 3 at office Lyne, Contractors. Sept 21 at 3 at office of Booth, Delamere st, Ashton under
of Rudall, Watling st Lyne
Punton, George, Brockley Whins, Durham, Station Master, Sept 22 at 3 at the Queen Burrows, Herbert Morton, Wisbech, Cambridge, Watchmaker, Sept 21 at 3 at White
Hotel, Fawcett st, Sunderland. Salkeld, Durham Hart Hotel, Wisbech, Freeman, Haverhill
Reynolds, Thomas, Birmingham, Bootmaker. Sept 15 at 3 at office of Burton, Union st, Caisley, John, Glanton, Northumberland, Tailor, Sept 18 at 2 at office of Middlemas,
Birmingham Bondgate Without, Alnwick
Roberts, Robert, Liverpool, Builder. Sept 25 at 2 at office of Knowles, Cook st, Liver. Clifton, Arthur, Orange st, Red Lion sq, Plumber. Sept 21 at 10 at office of Day,
pool Southampton st, Bloomsbury
Roberts, Thomas John, Denbigh, Slate Merchant. Sept 22 at 12 at Green Dragon Hotel, Cook, John, Flint, Rhyl, Jeweller. Sept 28 at 12 at Crewe Arms Hotel, Crewe. Davis Chester. Gold and Co, Denbigh and Roberts, Rhylı
Rooksby, Walter, Tunbridge Wells, Butcher. Sept 22 at 11 at office of Burton, Dyott Coombs, John, Kingston on Thames, Surrey, Eating House Keeper, Sept 20 at 3 at ter, Tunbridge Wells
office of Andrews and Mason, Ironmonger lane. Lewis, Great Marlborough st Sandiford, Joseph, Radcliffe, Lancaster, Dyer. Sept 26 at 3 at office of Ritson and Covington, Joseph Richard, Roupell st, Lambeth, Omnibus Proprietor, Sept 15 at 2 at
Grundy, Princess st, Manchester office of Norris, Gray's inn pl, Gray's inn
Skillman, Francis. William st, Stamford hill, Provision Dealer, Sept 27 at 3 at office of Cutler, Edmund, South Stockton, York, Grocer. Sept 22 at 11 at office of Hunton, High Thwaites, Southampton bldns, Chancery lane. Parke st, Stockton on Tees
Smith, John, Blackburn, Brush Maker. Sopt 20 at 3 at office of Scott, Victoria st, Daniell, Samuel, Feock, Cornwall, Travelling Tea Dealer. Sept 21 at 2 at office of Cock,
Blackburn Pydar st, Truro
Stark, James, John James Ford, and Walter Stark, Bridgewater, Grocers. Sept 21 at 1 Dawkins, Charles, Beckenham, Kent, Brewer's Traveller. Sept 21 at 11.30 at 81, Gres. at Grand Hotel, Broad st, Bristol. Reed and Cook, Bridgewater ham st. King, Martin's lane, Cannon st
Stoakes, Richard, Portsea, Contractor. Sept 22 at 3 at Royal Oak Hotel, Queen st, Edmunds, Ann, Trevethin, Monmouth, Grocer. Sept 22 at 1 at office of Tribe and Co,
Portsea, King, Portsea High st, Newport. Collingwood, Brynmawr
Thornton, Alfred Elijah, South Norwood, Upholsterer. Sept 20 at 12 at office of HardEdwards, Lumley, Mile end, Cowkeeper. Sept 26 at 11 at offices of Cooke, Gray's
ing and Co, Old Jewry. Mote, Walbrook inn square
Tipping, William, Salford, no occupation. Sept 22 at 11 at office of Boote and Edgar, Enion, Thomas, Northampton, Coal and Coke Merchant. Sept 25 at 12 at offices of
Booth 'st, Manchester Hensman, St Giles' st, Northampton
Towe, Edward, Walsall, Stafford, Baker. Sept 19 at 12 at office of Baker, Bridge st, Evan, Thomas, Manchester, Commission Agent. Sept 20 at 3 at offices of Boote and Walsall Edgar, Booth st, Manchester
Wendt, Henry, Bristol, Beerhouse Keeper. Sept 20 at 11 at office of Ward, Albion chbrs, Eyre, Joseph, Hotspur st, Kennington rd, Brassfounder, Sept 29 at 2 at offices of
Bristol Barton and Pearman, Kennington rd, Lambeth
White, Henry, Naunton, Gloucester, Grocer. Sept 19 at 11 at office of Smith, Corn Es. Fellows, Thomas, Dudley, Iron Manufacturer. Sept 19 at 12 at offices of Hall, Wol.
change, Cheltenham verhampton st, Dudley
Whittle, John, Wigan, Engineer. Sept 20 at 11 at office of Wilson, King st, Wigan Goddard, James, Union mews, Middlesex Hospital, Pianoforte Maker. Sept 22 at 2 at Williams, Benjamin, Liverpool, Plumber. Sept 22 at 2 at office of Knowles, Cook st, offices of Stokes, Chancery lane
Liverpool Goodwin, Walter Booth, Macclesfield, Chester, Painter. Sept 25 at 3 at offices of Bar. Williamson, James, Huddersgeld, Wine Merchant. Oct 2 at 11 at office of Hardings clay and Henstock, Exchange chbrs, Macclesfield
and Co, Princess st, Manchester Gough, William Thomas, Bevenden st, Hoxton, Fancy Box Maker. Sept 18 at 12 at Worrall, John Henry, Redditch, Worcester, out of business. Sept 25 at 12 at offices of offices of Sydney, Guildhall chbrs, Basinghall st
Couchman and Co, Temple row West, Birmingham Grayson, Charles, Kingston upon Hull, Chemist. Sept 21 at 3 at offices of Summers, Wright, John, Northampton, Fruiterer. Sept 25 at 3 at offices of Palmer and Co, New. Kingston upon Hull
1 lande, Northampton, Wright, Leicester Hamson, Edwin Frederick, Oldham, Lancaster, Builder. Sept 20 at 3 at offices of Wright, Matthew, and Alphonso Rowland Wright, Bradford, York, Worsted Spinners. Ascroft, Clegg st, Oldham
Sept 22 at 11 at offices of Killick and Co. Commercial Bank bldge, Bradford Harding, John Mayman, Appleton le Moors, near Kirbymoorside, York, Farmer
Yealand, Charles, Calverton, Nottingham, Horse Breaker. Sept 23 at 12 at offices of 21 at 1 at King's Head Hotel, Kirbymoorside. Pearson, Helmsley
Williams, jun, Clinton st, Nottingham Harrison, Edwin, Shipley, York, Stuff Merchant. Sept 22 at 3.30 at Leuchter's Zanoli, Bernard, Exeter, Confectioner. Sept 20 at 3 at the Craven Hotel, Craven st, Restaurant, Darley st, Bradford. Morgan and Morgan, Bradford
Strand. Petherick, Exeter Haslock, George Stewart, Birmingham, Warwick, Builder. Sept 22 at 11 at Acorn
TUESDAY, Sept. 12, 1882. Hotel, Temple st, Birmingbam. Lowe, Birmingham
Annakin, Richard William, Pannal, near Harrogate, York, Butcher. Sept 25 at 3 at Haughton, George Watson, and John William West Thompson, Streatham, Surrey, offices of Richardson and Byron, James st, Harrogate Booksellers. Oct 4 at 3 at Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham st. Braikenridge, Baker, Thomas, Newark, Nottingham, Toll Collector. Sept 27 at 3.30 at offices of Bartlett's bldge, Holborn
Norman, Kirkgate, Newark Hayward, Arthur Thomas, North Malvern, Worcester, Grocer, Sept 21 at 3 at office of Bartholomew, William John, Hastings, Sussex, Tailor, Sept 27 at 12 at the Arundel Lambert, the Promenade, Gt Malvern
Hotel, Arundel st, Strand. Dawes, Rye Hillier, William, Sunnyside rd, Hornsey Rise, Baker. Sept 28 at 2 at office of Betteley, Bennett, Thomas, Salford, Lancaster, Hatter. Sept 25 at 3 at the Falstaff Hotel, Market South st, Finsbury sq
place, Manchester. Alderson, Manchester Hirst, Joseph Dyson, Blackburn, Lancaster, Tailor. Sept 21 at 11 at office of Tattersall, Blyth, Henry Wilby, Leicester, Working Jeweller. Sept 28 at 3 at offices of Hollier and Richmond ter, Blackburn
Battiscombe, Berridge st chmbre, Berridge st, Leicester Hooper, Cleve, jun., Weston st, Bermondsey, Leather Factor, Sept 19 at 12 at office of Booth, William, Manchester, Joiner. Sept 26 at 3 at offices of Knowles, Tib lane, Man. Young, Mark lane
chester Huggins, William, Exeter, Solicitor. Sept 20 at 3 at New London Hotel, Exeter. Burch, Burrell, John Thomas, Camden rd, Sheep Commission Salesman. Sept 27 at 12 at Exeter
offices of Philpott, Guildhall chmbrs, Basinghall st Hunt, Henry, Holly Park rd, New Southgate, Contractor. Sept 20 at 11 at Fairbridge Bushell, Alfred Thomas, Amhurst rd, stoke Newington, Tea and Coffee Merchant. Oct House, Upper Holloway rd. Smith
5 at 2 at the Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham st. Hindson and Co, Moorgate st Ingham, Jonathan, Bradford, York, Asphalter. Sept 25 at 11 at office of Cater, Piece
Campbell, John, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grocer, Sept 22 at 11 at offices of Aitchison, Hall yard, Bradford
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Clarke, William, Leicester, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. Sept 27 at 12 at offices of Mitchell, Henry, Crewe, Fishmonger. Sept 21 at 11 at Albert chmbrs, Church Side, Harvey, Selborne bldgs, Millstone lane, Leicester
Crewe. Pointon, Crewe Claye, Samuel John, Derby, Lime Stone Merchant. Oct 4 at 12 at Midland Hotel, Derby. Moss, Joseph, Ossett, nr Wakefield, Painter. Sept 25 at 3 at offices of Burton, New st, Robotham, Derby
Ossett Cluff, John, Kettering, Northampton, Coal Merchant. Sept 28 at 3 at offices of Shar. Nathan, Mark, Manchester, Wine Retailor. Sept 25 at 11 at Eltoft, King st, Manches
man and Jackson, Oxford st, Wellingborough Collins, Robert Allason, and William Cowan, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Provision Mer. Nutter, Joseph, Nelson, Lancaster, Grocer. Oct 2 at 3 at office of Holmes, Grimshaw
chants. Sept 22 at 11 at County Court, Westgate st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Stanford, st, Burnley Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Page, Robert William, the Grove, Hammersmith, Engineering Modeller. Sept 21 at 3 Craddock, William, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, Market Gardener. Sept 25 at 12.30 at at office of Lloyd, London wall offices of Rands, Newland, Northampton
Parker, John, Wrexham, Denbigh, Beerhouse Keeper. Sept 23 at 11 at office of Cart. Cutter, Charles Gaff, Knutsford, Chester, Coal Merchant. Sept 27 at 11 at Brunswick wright, Whitefriars, Chester Hctel, Piccadilly, Manchester. Davis, Glossop
| Parsons, Arthur Daniell, Dawlish, Devon, Surgeon. Sept 22 at 12 at office of SouthDay, Frank, sen, and Frank Day, jun, Fenchurch st, Commission Merchants. Oct 4 Ati
cott, Post office st, Bedford circus, Exeter 2 at offices of Josolyne and Co, King st, Cheapside. Rooks and Co, King st, Cheapside
Reynolds, George Edwin, Jamaica rd, Bermondsey, Provision Dealer. Sept 27 at 2 at Dean, John Benjamin, Abbey st, Bethnal Green rd, Cord Manufacturer. Sept 21 at 2
145, Cheapside. Girling, Chancery lane at Masons' Hall Tavern, Basinghall st. Ede, King st, Cheapside
Richards, Michael Stephens, Ellington st, Barnsbury, Commercial Traveller. Sept 25 Eagles, Thomas, Upper Thames st, Paper Merchant. Sept 25 at 2 at offices of Beard,
at 2 at office of Fraser, Moorgatē st 10, Basinghall st
Scott, David, Liverpool, Provision Dealer. Sept 29 at 3 at office of Sherratt, South Evans, Isaac, Llantrisant, Glamorgan, Dealer in Cattle. Sept 29 at 1 at offices of Castle st, Liverpool Simons and Plews, Church st, Merthyr Tydfil
Scurt, William, Landmoth-cum-Catto, York, Farmer. Sept 22 at 3 at Golden Lion Evans, James Rees, Cardiff, Tea Dealer. Sept 26 at 2 at offices of Phillips, Small st,
Hotel, Northallerton, Teale, Northallerton Bristol, Morgan and Scott, Cardiff
Sheffield, William, Clare st, Clare Market, Grocer. Oct 2 at 3 at office of Dyte and Fozzard, Tempest, Anfield, nr Liverpool, of no occupation. Sept 25 at 3 at offices of Stead, Chancery lune Jackson, C, Queen Insurance bldgs, Dale st, Liverpool, Quelch, Liverpool
Spradberry, Joseph, Queen's rd, Bayswater, Wine and Spirit Merchant. Seçt 25 at 3 Frank, Henry Charles, Thurston, Suffolk, Farmer. Sept 23 at 12 at Guildhall, Bury
at office of Tinkler, Regent st" St Edmunds. Salmon, Bury St Edmunds
Squire, Francis William, Oliver's yd, City rd, Cabinet Manufacturer. Sept 27 at 3 at
offlce of Cannon, Wool Exchange, Coleman st Gerrard, John, jun, Birkenhead, Hairdresser. Sept 25 at 3 at offices of Thompson,
Stewart, Henry Richard, Lewisham, Wine Merchant. Oct 5 at 10.30 at Inns of Court Hamilton st, Birkenhead
Hotel, High Holborn. Williams, Devereux ct, Temple Goddard, Thomas Richard, Shrivenham, Berks, Labourer. Sept 25 at 11 at offices of
Thomas, William, Liverpool, Coach Builder. Sept 28 at 3 at 44, Cook st, Liverpool. Gee, Boodle, Albion bldgs, New Swindon
Thorpe, William, Sheffield, Confectioner, Sept 23 at 11 at office of Mellor, Queen st, Hadfield, Alfred, and William Clack, Stockport, Chester, Grocers. Sept 25 at 3 at
| Tuke, John, West Hartlepool, Builder. Sept 22 at 3 at office of Bell, Church st, West offices of Heath, Swan st, Manchester Hall, John Daniell, Highworth, Wilts, Horsedealer. Sept 25 at 10 at offices of Boodle,
Hartlepool Albion bldgs, New Swindon
Vanstone, Frederick William, Dawlish, Devon, Architect. Sept 25 at 12 at Half Moon Hardacre, Richard, Birkenhead, Chester, Builder, Sept 25 at 11 at offices of Bleakley
Hotel, Exeter. Lindop, Torquay and Downham, Hamilton sq, Birkenhead
Vaughan, John, Liverpool, out of business. Sept 25 at 2 at office of Green, Sir Thomas's Harding, Edward Charlton, Manchester, Woollen, Merchant. Sept 26 at 2.30 at Mitre
Ward, Edward Robert, Falcon lane, Battersea, Refreshment house Keeper. Sept 20 at Hotel, Cathedral Gates, Manchester. Addleshaw and Warburton, Manchester Harwood, William, City rd, Carver. Sept 29 at 3 at office of Cannon, Wool Exchange,
12 at office of Sheppard, St John's Hill, Clapham Junction Coleman st
Webb, William, Biddenden, Kent, Farmer. Oct 2 at 11 at Lion Inn, Biddenden. Gard. Hewitt, James Goodwin, West Bromwich, Stafford, General Dealer. Sept 23 at 11 at
ner-Waterman, Ashford office of Hughes, High st, West Bromwich
Welch, George, Longsight, nr Manchester, Soap Manufacturer. Sept 28 at 3 at office of Howard, Frederick, Lower Thames st, Tea Dealers. Oct 3 at 3 at 145, Cheapside.
Welsh, Brown st, Manchester Martin and Banks, Queen st, Cheapside
Wheeler, Henry Whitford, White Horse st, Stepney, Cheesemonger. Sept 25 at 11 at Howell, Mary Ann, Cannock, Stafford, Beerseller. Sept 23 at 12 at George Hotel,
Masons' Hall Tavern, Masons' avenue, Coleman st. Fowler and Co, Borough High st,
Southwark Walsall. Carrané, Wellington, Salop Hughes, David, Llanglan, Carnarvon, Draper. Sept 22 at 1.30 at 84, High st, Pwlheli. Wilson, Nathan, Alresford, Hants, Farmer. Sept 26 at 11 at Red Lion Hotel, Basing.
stoke. Barnard and Co. Lincoln's inn fields Parry, Pwlheli Ivimey, Joseph, West Ham, Essex, Musical Instrument Dealer. Sept 23 at 1 at office
Wise, John William, Woolwich, Furniture Dealer. Sept 26 at 3.30 at office of Buttivant of Mills, Holly Villas, Cowley rd, Leytonstone
and Co, Cannon st. Stone, Woolwich Jackson, William, Skipton, York, Physician. Sept 26 at 2 at the Hole-in-the-Wall Inn,
Skipton. Cragg, Skipton
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