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completion, or the receipt for the last actual payment, although there may married to a danghter of the Right Rev. Dr. Rs der, Bishop of Lichfield, but be several subsequent instalments of rent in arrear ?
C. he bad been for several years a widower. His only son predeceased him, and [We have always understood the phrase, “the receipt for the last pay- | the baronetcy passes to his grandson. ment due for rent," to be an equivalent for “ the receipt for the payment of the last instalment of rent which accrued due." Upon the whole, we commend this interpretation to our correspondent.--En. S. J.]
MR. RICHARD ANNESLEY BILLING, Q.C. Mr. Richard Annesley Billing, Q.C., died at Melbourne about six weeks ago. Mr. Billing was born in 1814. He was called to the bar in Ireland
in 1839, and he practised for several years at Dablin ; but he afterwards went VOTES AT TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS.
to Australia for the benefit of his health, and he was admitted to the bar at [To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.]
Melbourne in 1856. He obtained a good practice in the colony, and he was for Sir,-Enclosed is a query on municipal law which I shall feel obliged
several years lecturer in law at the University of Melbourne, where his clasdes
were always largely attended. He was created a Q1een's Counsel in 1878, by your inserting in your columns.
and so recently as April last he had been appointed cogaty court judge for I am aware of some opinions on the point, notably of Mr. Mellish, Q.C.,
the Wcstern Division of the colony. in 1866, and the opinion of Mr. Gaches in his “ Town Councillors' and Burgesses' Manual," page 112 ; also that in Schedule II. of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1882, paragraph 10, the wording of the rule is slightly
MR. GEORGE LOCKETT ROBINSON, altered.
Mr. George Lockett Robioson, solicitor (of the firm of G. L. & O. F. September 26.
Robinson), of Burslem and Longton, died on the 4th iost. Mr. Robinson QUERY.At & town council meeting, where there were thirteen was admitted a solicitor in 1827, and he had practised for many years in the members present besides the chairman, on a question being put six voted Potteries district, where he had a large and importa
Potteries district, where he had a large and important business. For several for and four against, and three besides the chairman did not vote,
years Mr. Charles Frederick Robinson had been associated in practice with though they remained in the room. This vote has since been questioned
| him. Mr. Robinson was buried at Edensor on the 8th iost. by a member of the council, who contends that, according to section 69 of the Municipal Act (Will. 4), it is not good, as it was not a majority of the
MR. JOHNSON ATKINSON BUSFEILD. members present who voted for it. What is the generally received opinion as to the law on this point ?
Mr. Johnson Atkinson Busfeild, solicitor, formerly of Bradford, died very suddenly at his re.idence'at Morton, near Bingley, on the 19th inst., in his sixty-ninth year. Mr. Busseld was the fourth son of Mr. Charles Basseild, of Bradford, and was born in 1814. He was admitted a solicitor about the year
1836, and for several years carried on an extensive and important business at CASES OF THE WEEK.
Bradford, but he had for some time ce used to practise. Mr. Basfeild had
been for many years treasurer of the Huddersfiald, Bradford, and Keighley BEFORE THE VACATION JUDGE.
County Courts (Circuit No. 11), and after his retiremont from practice he was
placed in the commission of the peace for the West Riding of Yorkshire. He DEFAULTING TRUSTEE-ATTACHMENT PERSON PROSECUTING ORDER
was very active in his duties as a magistrate for the Keighley Division, in CONSOLIDATED ORDERS 23, R. 10, AND 29, R. 3.-In the case of Remington which capacity his professional training and experience provod extremely V, Remington, before Day, J., on the 20th inst., sitting as Vacation Judge, a valuable.' Mr. Busfeild was buri:d at Bingley on the 23rd inst. motion was made on behalf of a person having liberty to attend the proceed. ings in the action that a writ of attachment might be ordered to issue against a defaulting trustee for not paying into court certain sums ordered to be paid in.
MR. JAMES POWELL. Counsel in opposition to the motion took the preliminary objection that the applicant, being only a person having liberty to attend the proceedings, was not
Mr. James Powell, solicitor (of the firm of Powell & Surgent), of Pockling. the person prosecuting the order within the meaning of Conso'idated Order 29,
0 ton and Market Weighton, died at his residence at the former place on the r. 3. Dar, J., allowed the objection, and said that “the person prosecuting
15th inst. Mr. Powell was born in 1831. He was admitted å solicitor in the decree or order," meant the person having the conduct of the decree or
1856, and he had for many years practised at Pocklingtoa, having also a order. -SOLICITORS, J. B. & H. Scott; Symes & Son.
branch office at Market Weighton. He had a very extensive private practice, and had long held the office of registrar of the Pocklington County Court (Circuit No. 16). He had been for some time associated in partnership with Mr. John Thomas Sargent, who is deputy county court registrar and deputy
steward of the Manor of Millington. Mr. Powell was universally esteemed, OBITUARY.
and his premature death has caused a general feeling of regret throughout the neighbourhood.
SIR GEORGE GREY.
INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY. where be graduated first class in classics in 1821. He was called to the bar at
The following programme has been issued by the Hall Incorporated Law Lincoln's-inn in 1826, and be formerly practised on the Northern Circuit. In Society for the ninth annual provincial meeting of the Socorporated Law 1832, on the passing of tbe Reform Bill, he was elected M.P. for the borough Society on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 17 and 18, 1882. of Devonport in the Liberal interest. He soon made his mark as a speaker, and in 1834 he received from his uncle, the second Earl Grey, the appointment
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17. of Under Secretary of State for the Colonies. He filled the same office in the Government of Lord Melbourne, and in 1839 he was appointed Judge Advo. |
1.11la.m.—The members will be welcomed by the Mayor of Hull (Alderman cate-General and was sworn in as a Privy Councillor, but he retired with his Leak). party in 1841. In 1846, on the formation of Lord John Russell's Government,
The chair will then be taken by the President, Mr. Thomas Paino. he entered the Cabinet as Secretary of State for the Home Department, and in 11 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.-President's address; reading and discussion of the following year be was elected M.P. for the Northern Division of the county papers. of Northumberland. He lost his seat at the general election of 1852. but he 1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m.-Adjournment for lunch in the Museum and rooms was shortly afterwards elected M.P. for Morpeth, which borough he repre- / of the Royal Institution. sented during the remainder of his parliamentary career. His party went out
2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.-Reading and discussion of papers. of office in February, 1852, but in 1854 he became Secretary of State for the
6.30 p.m. for 6.45 p.m. precisely:-Dioner given by the Hull Law Sooiety Colonies in the Earl of Abardeen's Cabinet, and a year later, on Lord Palmer. at the Public Rooms, Jarratt-street, Mr. Francis Lowe (the president) in the sion becoming Prime Minister, he resumed the office of Home Secretary and chair, held it till February, 1858. On Lord Palmerston's return to office in June,
Note.-A limited number of ladies' tickets of admission to the balcony 1859, Sir G. Grey became Cbancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, but in 1861 | during dinner will be issued on application to the bon. sec. he became Home Secretary for the third time, and be finally retired from office in 1866. Sir G. Grey will be chiefly remembered from his career at the Home
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18. Office, where he was eminent as an administrator rather than as a legislator. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.-Meeting of the Solicitors' Benevolent Association in He was in office at several periods of great responsibility. In 1848 he had to the Royal Institution. deal both with an Irisb rebellion and with the Chartist riots in London, and 11 a.m. to 1,30 p.m.-Law Society's adjourned meeting; reading and he concerted, with the late Duke of Wellington, tbe measures taken for the discussion of papers. preservation of the peace of the metropolis on the 10th of April in that year. 1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. -Adjournment for lunch. In 1866, at the end of bis official career, he had to deal with a formidable 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.-Reading and discussion of papers. outbreak of cattle plague. In 1874 be finally retired from parliamentary life, 9 p.m.-Ball and conversazione in the Public Rooms, Jarratt-street. and on that occasion be declined the offer of a peerage. Sir G. Grey was NOTE.-Ladies' tickets for the ball and conversazione may be obtained od created a Civil Koight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath in 1849. He was application to the honorary secretary,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19.
notice must, in that caso, lo given fourteen days, at least, before the date of
guch subsequent examination. 10 a.m.-Excursion to Castle Howard and York, by rail and carriage.
The fee payable on giving notice of examination is £5, and for a renewed The party will leave the Paragon Railway Station by a special saloon train
notice, £2 103. Cheques ir Post-office Orders should be crossed “Meesrs. at 10 a.m., and, travelling via Beverley, Driffield, and Malton, will arrive at
Goslings & Sharpe." Castle Howard Station at 12 a.m. Thence they will be driven in carriages to the grounds of Castle Howard, distant about three miles; and, after inspecting the mansion, with its magnificent collection of paintings, and the park,
UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY. the journey will he resumed to York, which will be reached about 3 p.m. At
One of the vacation meetings of this society was held at Clements'-inn Hall, 3 p.m, a substantial lunch will be provided by the Hull Law Society, in the large dining room of the New Station Hotel, at York. After luncheon, the
on Wedoesday, September 20, when the chair was taken by Mr. Charles cathedral and other interesting sites of York can be visited, and the return
Parsons. The subject for debate was, “ That the theory of evolution is not train will leave at 5.25 p.m., and, travelling via Selby, reach Hull at 6.40 p.m.
inconsistent with the Christian faith,” which was opened by Mr. Bull in the Visitors going north or south, not desiring to return to Hnll, will find York
negative. He was supported in this view by Messrs. Sutcliffe and Baker and
opposed by Messrs. Ridley, Sbirley, and Templer. The opener replied, and a most convenient point for departure. Ladies' tickets, covering the above
the chairman summed up, and upon the motion beiog put to the meeting it journey and luncheon, may te obtained by any member on payment of 103.
was lost by a majority of five.
10.30 8.m.-Steam Yacht Excursion down the River.
Mr. WILLIAM CHARLES POWNING, solicitor (of the firm of Lee, Houseman, Humber to Spurn, returning so as to reach Hall again about 4 p.m. If tbe & Powning), of Salisbury, has been appointed a Perpetual Commissioner for weather should be fine this will be found a very enjoyable cruise. The
Wiltshire for takiog Acknowledgments of Deeds by Married Women. number of persons must necessarily be limited to fity, and names will be Mr. CARISTOPHER Fairer, solicitor, of Penrith, has been appointed by received until this number is completed. Luncheon will b; provided on
Lord Muncaster, lord-lieutenant of Camberland, to the office of Clerk to the board. The reading room of the Holl Subscription Library, in the Royal
Lieutenancy for that county, in succession to his partner, the late Mr. Thom us Institution, Albion.street, and the news room of the Church Institute (nearly
Gibson Cant. Mr. Fairer was admitted a solicitor in 1855, opposite the Royal Institution) will be available for the use of visitors on produc:ion of their cards of membership. It is hoped that the Hull Club, in
Mr. John CRICK FREEMAN, solicitor, who was recently elected town clerk Lowgate, will be similarly open to visitors. Arrangements will be made for
of Maldon, has also been appointed Cleck to the Magistrates of that borough. inspecting the New Alexandra Dock Works, in course of construction; Earle's
Both offices were held by the late Mr. Arthur Evans. Sbipbuilding Worke, the Trinity House, and H.M.S. Repulse, &c.
Mr. FREDERICK JOHNSON, solicitor, of Faversham, has been appointed SoliN.B. - There will be an inquiry office and writing room at the Royal citor to the Faversham Starr-Bowkett Building Society. Mr. Johnson was Institution during the meeting, where letters can be received and posted, and admitted a solicitor in 1868. telegrams sent direct.
Mr. PATRICK Ryan, barrister, of Bombay, has been appointed to act as a Hotel Accommodation.—The hotels are shown on tbe accompanying plan, Presidency Magistrate at Bombay. Mr. Ryan was called to the bar at the As some of these are already filled, the hon, secretary will be glad to arrange accommodation if members will be kind enough to make early application.
Inner Temple in Easter Term, 1873. If a member makes arrangements for himself, or intends to stay wi h a friend,
Mr. BUDRODEEN TYABJEE, barrister, of Bombay, has been appointed a it will be a great convenience if he will kindly inform the secretary thereof.
Member of the Bombay Legislative Council. Mr. Tyabjee was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in Easter Term, 1867.
Mr. JOHN BRIDGES, solicitor and notary (of the firm of Daff, Bridges, &
Women under any law in force within the Colony of New Zealand.
Sir HENRY JAMES BURFORD HANCOCK, Chief Justice of the Leeward Islands
who has been appointed Chief Justice of Gibraltar, in succession to the late Final EXAMINATION.
Mr. Hugh Reilly Semper, is the son of Mr. Henry Hancock, F.R.C.S. He Subjects of Examination in the year 1883.
was educated at Eton and was formerly an officer in the 45th Foot. He was Essential.-1. Principles of law and procedure; (a) In matters usually
called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Hilary Term, 1866, and pracrised determined or administered in the Chancery Division of the High Court of for several years on the Home Circuit and at the Sigsex and Brighton Sessions, Justice ; (6.) In matters usually determined or administered in the Queen's He was a judge of the District Court in Jamaica from 1876 till 1878, when Bench Division of the High Court of Justice ; 2. Principles of the law of real | he was appointed Attorney General of the Leeward Islands, and Chancellor and personal property, and the practice of conveyancing.
of the diocese of Antigoa. He has been Chief Justice of the Leeward Islands Optimal.-3. The law and practice of bankroptcy : 4. Criminal law and since 1880, and received the honour of knighthood a few months ago. practice-Proceedings before justices of the peace ; 5. The law and practice Mr. A. Toovey, solicitor, of No. 18, Orchard-street, Portman-square, W., of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice, has been appointed a Perpetual Commissioner for Middlesex, London, and and ecclesiastical law and practice.
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIPS. Candidates are also required, at the same time, to leave with the secretary EWART Jokes and CLEMENT STACKHOUSE HELPs (Ewart Jukes & Helps), of the society their articles of clerkship and supplemental articles (if any), and solicitors, 3, Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn. September 7. the certificates of their baving passed the preliminary examination, or JAMES Peace and ARTHUR WALLER (Peace & Waller), Grocers' Hall-court, evidence of their exemption therefrom, and certificates of having passed the Poultry. September 13. The business in future will be carried on by the said intermediate examination, together with answers to the questions as to due James Peace. service and conduct, to be answered by the candidate and his principal and
CHARLES BRAY HODGSON and Joux PRICE, solicitors, Waterloo-street, agent, if any. Prints of these questions can be obtained on application at the office of the Incorporated Law Society.
1 Birmingham. July 12.
[Gazette, September 22.] Where articles of clerkship expire between the 10th of January and 15th of April, canaidates may be examined in January, 1883; between 14th of April and 22nd of Mav, in April, 1883; between 21st of May and 2nd of Novem. ber, in June, 1883; between 1st of November, 1883, and 11th of January, 1884,
COMPANIES. in November, 1883 ; or at any subsequent examination.
The examinations in 1883 will be held at the hall of the society, Chancerylane, London.
WINDING-UP NOTICES. Days of examinations :- Tuesday, 16th, and Wednesday, the 17th of
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. January, at ten ; Tuesday, 24th, and Wednesday, the 25th of April, at ten;
LIMITED IN CHANCERY. Tuesday, 19th, and Wednesday, the 20th of June, at ten ; Tuesday, 6th, and
GEXERAL SKABE TRUST COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Sept Wednesday, the 7th of November, at ten.
21, directed to be heard at the court of Hall, V.O., on Oct 1. Billing, Church ct, 0.d Last day for giving notice and depositing articles, &c.-Monday, 4th of Jewry, solicitor for the petitioner December, 1882: Monday, 12th of March, 1883; Monday, 7th of May, 1883;
WELSH WOOLLEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petttion for winding up, Monday, 24th of September, 1883.
presented Sept 23, directed to be heard before the Vacation Judge, at the court of
Hall, V.O., on Wednesday, Oct 4. Ashurst and Co, Old Jewry, solicitors for the Last day for giving renewed notice, and re-depositing articles, &0.
petitioner Monday, 1st of January, 1883 ; Monday, 9th of April, 1883 ; Monday, 4th of
[Gazette, Sept. 26.1 June, 1883; Monday, 22nd of October, 1883.
UNLIMITED IN CHANCERY.
BELLE VUE FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY.-Day, J., has fixed Friday, Oct 6, at 12, at Candidates who fail to pass, or attend at the examination for which they
the chambers of Hall, V.C., for the appointment of an official liquidator have given notice, may attend at any subsequent examination. A renewed |
Gazette, Sept. 26.)
LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED.
CARDWELL, ROBERT, Blackpool, Lancaster, Surveyor. Oct 16. Charnley and Finch, LOYAL INDUSTRY SICK AND BENEFIT SOCIETY, Coach and Horses Inn, Steelhouse lane,
Blackpool Birmingham, Sept 18
CLARKE, MARY, Sheffield. Nov 1. Vickers and Co, Sheffield
(Gazette, Sept. 22. ] CUREDALE, EDWARD, Bury, Lancaster, Cotton Waste Dealer. Oct 14. Grundy, Bury ST. BRAN'S LODGE OF TRUE IYORITES FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Savings Bank, Tenby,
DEER, CHRISTOPHER, Boddioot, Oxford, Gent. Oct 31. Tayton, Banbury Pembroke. Sept 20
GRANT, ALEXANDER, St Mary's ter, Paddington green, Coffee Planter. Dec 12. Vizard TEMPLE OF PEACE LODGE FRIENDLY SOCIETY, NOTTINGHAM ANCIENT INDEPENDENT
and Co, Dursley UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, Ripley, Derby. Sept 20
HALLIGEY, JOIN WILLIAM, Falmouth, Cornwall, BuilderOct 31. Jenkins, Penryn [Gazette, Sept. 26.]
HARRIS, MARY ANNE, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster. Oct 14. Tyrer and Co, Liverpool
RAWBONE, GEORGE, Tooting, Surrey, Surgeon. Oct 22. Newman, Clifford's inn, CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY.
SALTER, SAMUEL, Charterhouse Hinton, Somerset, Farmer. Oct 31. Clark and Collins, LAST DAY OF PROOF.
Trowbridge GROVES, SAMUEL, Horselydown, Surrey, Wharf Superintendent. Oct. 2, Barnard y Savage, John, Waltham Abbey, Essex, Farmer. Oct 20. Nash and Field, Queen st Groves, Kay, J. Ottley, Lincoln's inn fields
STOODLEY, ANNE, Eaton pl, Belgrave sq, Housekeeper. Oct 20. Ranger and Burton, [Gazette, Sept. 1.]
WEBB, CHARLES JAMES, Landport, Southampton, Retired l’aymaster H.M. Navy. Oct Levy, Maria, Martlett ct, Bow st. Oct 2. Roffey v Roffey, Chitty, J. Stacpoole and
20. Webb, Pentonville rd Son, Pinner's Hall, Old Broad st
[Gazette, Sept. 19.) [Gazette, Sept. 5.) Askew, Joan, Cakickle, near Whitehaven, Cumberland, Carver.' Nov 1. Brockbank
and Co, Whitehaven
BAIXES, THOMAS, Waterloo, near Liverpool, Gent. Nov 1. Harvey and Co, Liverpool CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35.
BREARLEY, JAMES, Halifax, York, Innkeeper. Dec 1. Emmet and Walker, Halifax LAST DAY OF CLAIM.
BULLOCK, TIIOMAS, Solihull Lodge, Warwick, Farmer. Oct 10. Price, Birmingham
BUSBY, ALFRED Tromas, Southwark Bridge rd, Southwark, Licensed 'Victualler. Oct ALP, WILLIAX HALLIDAY, South Shoebury, Essex, Farmer. Oct 7. Gregson, Rochford
23. Boulton, Gresham bldgs, Guildhall ASHWORTH, JAMES, Rochdale, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. Nov 1. Mellor, Rochdale
Butlin, RICHARD, Weedon Beck, Northampton, Coal Merchant. Oct 21, Burton and BALL, THOMAS GERRARD, Chester, General H. M.'s Army. Oct 16. Kent and McKenna,
Willoughby, Daventry Liverpool
CLYMA, GEORGE, Truro, Cornwall, Gent. Oct 11. Hodge and Co, Truro BANAAN, CHARLES, Cambridge, Gent, Oct 26. Lyon, Cambridge.
EDWARDS, SILVANUS, Wolverhampton, Gent, Dec l. Smith, Wolverhampton BARNARD, CHARLES, Westminster Bridge-road, Lambeth, Gent. Nov 7. Barnard,
FIELDER, JOHN, Ardingly, Sussex, Farmer. Oct 21. Wade, Henfield Westminster Bridge rd, Lambeth
FISHER, JOHN, Halifax, York, Bank Manager. Nov 1. Emmet and Walker, Halifax BARNARD, ELEANOR, North Shields. Dec 4. Adamson, North Shields
HOWARD, ROBERT, Liverpool, out of business. Nov 1. Kent and McKenna, Liverpool BARRETT, RUSSELL BRENCHLEY, Truro, Currier. Oct 14. Smith and Paul, Truro
HANSOM, JOSEPI ALOYSIUS, Fulham rd, Chelsea, Architect. Oct 20. Crosse and Sons, BRIGAT, SAMUEL, Clunbury, Salop, Farmer. Oct 18. Onions, Market Drayton
Lancaster place, Strand CHAPMAN, Very Rev. RODERT, Birkenhead, Roman Catholic Priest. Nov 21. Tatlock,
HARRISON, Rev WILLIAM, Birch Rectory, Essex, Dec 1. Hores and Pattisson, Lin. Chester
coln's inn fields COOPFR, JOSEPI Rock, Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, Gent. Nov 1. Wraggo and Co,
BARROW, Many, Shepherd's Bush green. Novl. Willoughby and Winch, Lancaster Birmingham
pl, Strand COPPELL, ALFRED, Higher Broughton, nr Manchester, Cigar MerchantOct 13.
HICKMAN, EDWARD, Kingston upon Hull, Wholesale Butcher, Oct 23. Laverack, Hull Rowley and Co, Manchester
HINDES, MARIA, Norwich. Nov 8. Bailey and Barnard, Norwich DUTTON, THOMAS, Upton, nr Chester, Cattle Dealer. Oct 25. Bridgman and Co,
HOLLEY, GEORGE HUNT, Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Oct 31. Strick and Bellingham, Chester
Swansea HILDER, ALBERT, Aldershot, Southampton, Gent. Nov 1. Foster, Aldershot
IRVING, CARISTOPHER, Bradford, York, Gent. Oct 20. Watson and Dickons, Bradford HITT, THOMAS, Northampton, Leather Merchant. Oct 20. Pugh, Northampton
JAMES, WILLIAM, Newland, Gloucester, Mineral Proprietor, Oct 16. Caister and HUNTER, JOIN, Ulverston, Lancaster, Commission Agent. Oct 31. “Remington,
Shearman, New inn, Strand
JEFFERIS, JOHN, Hatcham, Surrey, Gent, Oct 20. Stoneham and Co, Philpot lane,
LANGWITH, CHARLES, Allen rd, Stoke Newington, Bootmaker. Nov I. Matilda Spivey,
9, Greenman st, Essex rd, Islington and Co, Whitehaven LINFIELD, ELIZABETH, Sydenham, Kent. Oct 31. Redpath and Holdsworth, Bush lane
LEK, Thomas, Upper Porchester st, Hyde park, Gent. Nov 1. Rooks and Co, King
st, Cheapside LONSDALE, EDWARD, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand, Gent, Oct 4. Wilkins and
MACLEAN, Major-Gen. Join NORMAN, Brighton. Oct 23. Walters and Co, New sq, Co, Gresham House, Old Broad st
Lincoln's inn LONSDALE, EDWARD CHARLES, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand. Oct 4. Wilkins and
MARTIN, CATHERINE, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Oct 20. Dimond and Son, Wimpole st Co, Gresham Honse, Old Broad st LOVELL, ROBERT, Wells, Somerset, Painter. Sept 30. Hobbs, jun, Wells
PARAMOR, MARK, High st, Camden Town, Licensed Victualler. Oct 25. Wolseley,
Lincoln's inn fields MILNER, WILLIAM, Glazedale, York, Yeoman, Dec 8. Gray and Pannett, Whitby
PROCTER, JOSEPH, York, Gent. Nov 23. Procter, York
SADLER, JAMES, Ashover, Derby, Farmer. Oct 29. Black, Chesterfield
Smith, THOMAS, Woolwich, Kent, Licensed Victualler. Oct 20. Crafter and Burton,
Blackfriars rd, Southwark digan PARKES, Rev. FRANCIS BARNEY, Atcham, Salop, Clerk. Sept 28. Sprott and Co,
STOKES, CHARLES Tomson, Deal, Kent, Gent. Oct 31. Greathead, Rochester Shrewsbury
WADE, WILLIAM, Guildford, Surrey, Confectioner. Oct 9. Capron and Sparkes, PARSONS, GEORGE, Barking, Essex, Innkeeper. Nov 8._Cree and Son, Gray's inn sq
WILLY. John, Broadway, Somerset, Retired Rope Manufacturer. Oct 6. PATCI, WILLIAN, Merriott, Somerset, Miller. Nov 9. Pool, South Petherton
Ilminster PENSAM, JOHN, Painswick, Gladstone, Victoria, Australia, Farmer. Nov 8. Wilkins
[Gazette, Sept. 22.] and Co, Gresham House, Old Broad st RICHARDSON, GEORGE, Bridlington, York, Gent. Oct 7. West, Bridlington Quay RUSHTON, WILLIAM, Derby, Yeoman. Oct 7. Sale and Mills, Derby STUART, ALEXANDER, Hurst Green, Sussex, Esq. Nov 3. Munton and Morris, Queen Victoria st
[Gazette, Sept. 12.7 BAILEY, HENRY, Bognor, Sussex, Yeoman. Oct 11. Harvie, Bognor BARBER, JOHN, Llandyrnog, near Denbigh, Gent. Nov 30. Gold and Co, Denbigh
According to Kemp's Mercantile Gazette, the number of billa of sale pub. BARNARD, WILLIAM, Fareham, Southampton, Surgeon, Nov 9. Ford, Portsmouth lished in England and Wales for the week ending September 23, was 652. BENTLEY, GEORGE, Dudley, Worcester, Grocer. Sept 20. Tinsley, Dudley
The number in the corresponding week of last year was 913, showing a BLOMLEY, WILLIAM, Rochdale, Lancaster, Joiner. Oct 18. Heap, Rochdale BOWMAX, EUGENIE, Macclesfield, Chester. Oct 13. Walker, Manchester
decrease of 261, being a net decrease in 1882, to date, of 1,871. The BBADSTOCK, JOHN CHAMBERS, Bristol, Commission Agent. Nov 7. Piper, Ledbury number published in Ireland for the same week was 24. The number in CLARK, Rev JOIN PERKINS, Gloucester. Oct 31. Clark and Collins, Trowbridge the corresponding week of last year was 33, showing a deceage of 9, being a CLEMENTS, WILLIAM, Swindon, Wilts, Hallkeeper at Mechanics' Institute. Oct 20.
net decrease in 1882, to date, of 298. Townsend, Swindon DENXEY, AGNES, Dalton-in-Furness, Lancaster. Oct 31. Holden and Holden, Bolton
At the half-yearly meeting of the Solicitors' Benevolent Association, to EMANUEL, LEON, Southampton. Oct 25. Emanuel and Co, Walbrook
be held at Hull on the 18th of October, notice of motion has been given by FARROW, JOSEPH, Bungay, Suffolk, Gent. Oct 11. Rix, Beccles
Mr. William Bariah Brook, of London, that rule 17 be amended, and, as GOODINGHAM, JOHX, Bath, Gentleman. Nov 13. Inman and Inman, Bath HEATON, WILLIAM, Wycollar, near Colne, Lancaster, Farmer. Nov 15. Hartley,
amended, shall be as follows :-XVII. At the automo general meeting Burnley
there shall be appointed three auditore, two of whom shall be members, MEEN, HARRIET, Beccles, Suffolk. Oct 11, Rix, Beccles
not directors, and one a public accountant, and not a member, to audit the MEEN, SOPHIA, Beccles, Suffolk. Oct ll. Rix, Beccles NEBDLER, WILLIAM, Kingston upon Hull, Gunsmith. Oct 21. Priestman, Kingston
| accounts for the ensuing year, the audit of two of whom (one being the upon Hull
public accountant) shall be sufficient." PAGE, GEORGE, Ashtead, nr Epsom, Surrey, Gardener, Oct 1. Warriner and Cross, Op Toesday, at the Mold aðjourned Licensing Sessions, the question of the Dashwood House, New Broad st
power of the magistrates as to the renewal of outdoor licenses was brought RISING, LUCY, Beccles, Suffolk. Oct 11. Rix, Beccles Scotson, JOHN, Little Woolton, nr Liverpool, Farmer. Nov 11. Garnett and Tarbet, prominently forward. In consequence of the passing of tbe new Aot, and the Liverpool
justices at first beiog doubtful of their powers under it, some balf-dozen of SCOTT, WILLIAM GEORGE, Minford gardens, Shepherd's Bush, Gentleman. Oct 30.
the licenses had been held over where there had been several cases of Tilsley, St Benet pl, Gracechurch st SMITH, CHARLES EDWARD, Southampton, Greengrocer. Oct. 1. Lamport, Southampton
drunkenness. Mr. Charton, solicitor, contended that the magistrates had no THOMÁSON, RICHARD, Tachbrook, Warwick, Farmer. Oct 11. Wright and Hassall, power to reconsider tbe mere question whether the houses were or were not
required in the district. Mr. Jobn Scott Bapker, obairman of the Court of TURNER, JOSEPH, Eastbourne, Sussex, Gentleman, Oct 6. Foyer, Essex st, Strand
Quarter Sessions, who presided, said he was of the contrary opinion, and WADE, WILLIAM, Guildford,' Surrey, Confectioner. Oct 9. Capron and Sparkes the bench, while renewing the licenses in question, ioformed the publicans Guildford
present that if conviotions for dropkenness were numerous in their neigh(Gazette, Sept. 15.]
bourhoods during the year the magietrates would take into consideration the BLACKLOCK, GEORGE, Leamside, Durham. Oct 10. Hargreaves, Durham
propriety of entirely withbolding their licenses. BOWLES, GÉORGE, Bradden House, Northampton, Servant. Oct 9. Whitton, Towcester CAMDEN, JULIA, Jamaica st, Mile End Old Town, Noy 1, King and Peto, Abchurch
Replying to the toast of his health at the banquet given to hina at Exeter lane
| on Thursday week the Lord Chancellor said :-"My oftice, as you know, is honorary and transitory, and it is partly political ; but perhaps it may seem Bowman, Benjamin, High st, Southwark, Boot Maker. 2 Oct 5 at 3 at office of Cooper
and Co, Lincoln's inn fields to some to be an anomaly that we should still retain in this country an office which is judicial on the one side and political on the other. To those who
Budds, Harry, Sittingbourne, Coal Merchant. Oct 4 at 11 at ofice of Gibson, West st,
Sittingbourne might think so I would observe, first, that the objection which would be Burge, Joshua William, Grove ter, Dulwich, House Decorator. Sept 30 at 11 at office of insuperable to such a union, if that officer had duties connected with the
Miller and Co, Chancery lane administration of criminal justice, does not apply, at all events, in that
Chalklen, Isaac, Gillingham, Kent, Grocer. Oct 2 at 11.30 at office of Stephens, Railway
st, Chatham way when he has no such duties. But I would also say that between the Clark, James, Dewsbury, York, China Dealer. Oct 6 at 3 at office of Shaw, Bond st, executive and the independent judicature there are many relations. There Dewsbury is much necessity for mutual understanding and constant communication,
Davies, David, Vaynor, Brecon, Grocer. Oct 5 at 12 at office of Vaughan, High st,
Merthyr Tydfil and I think it very doubtful whether, if you entirely exclude from the Davies, John Howard, Tottenham ct rd, Hatter. Oct 4 at 3 at office of Nicholl, Gt office of the Ministry of State every one who has judicial functions, you Portland st, Regent's park would not find the barmony and easy action of those relations considerably
Davis, Thomas, Birmingham, Furniture Remover. Oct 5 at 11 at office of Eaden, Ben
nett's hill, Birmingham impeded. One who is a judge associated with judges, and understands the
Douglas, John, Manilla College, Peckham Rye, Schoolmaster. Oct 10 at 3 at Guildhall judicial system, has a part in its maintenance, its authority, and its Tavern, Gresham st. Hayward, King st, Guildhall independence; and as the Executive Government must be assisted by legal | Dredge, William Herbert, Gt White Lion st, no occupation. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Boxall
and Boxall, Chancery lane counsel for most necessary purposes, I doubt greatly whether it is not a
Durant, Edwin Thomas, Tottenham Court rd, Draper. Oct 5 at 3 at office of Wills considerable advantage, from a judicial point of view, in having a minister and Watts, Carter lane of justice also conversant with the duties of the bench."
Dyer, Charles Wilson, Morecambe, Lancaster, Baker. Oct 9 as 3 at office of Johnson
and Tilly, Sun st, Lancaster
Maples and McCraith, Nottingham
Field, Richard, Hove, Sussex, Draper. Oct 6 at 3 at offices of Goodman, North st,
Brighton September, at their rooms, Crown-court, oid Broad-street, the following were Fishwick, Henry, St Helen's, Lancaster, Butcher. Oct 5 at 3 at office of Riley, Hardamong the prices obtained :— Hoover Hill Gold Mining, 58. ; Chalet
shaw st, St Helens Company £5 shares, £6 158. ; Olathe Silver Mining £10 bonds, £5 188.;
Foster, William, Leeds, York, Coal Merchant. Oct 3 at 11 at office of Butler and Middl
I brook, Park sq, Leeds Madras Gold Mining, 88.; Dieu Donne Gold, 18.; Lombardy Road Rails, £7; Glaister, Joseph," Carlisle, Draper. Oct 4 at 3 at office of Wannop, Scotch st, CarNundydroog Gold Mining, 6s. ; and other miscellaneous securities fetched fair islo.
Hackett, William Sutton, Birmingham, Fender Manufacturer. Oct 3 at 3 at office of prices.
Sargent, Bennett's hill, Birmingham
Colour men, Oct 11 at 3 at the Masons' Hall Tavern, Basinghall st. Lewis, West
Ham lane, Stratford
Handley, John Harris, Stroud, Gloucester, Boot and Shoe Maker. Oct 9 at 11.30 at New BIRTHS.
Inn Hotel, North Gate st, Gloucester. Stephens, Stroud LAW.-Sept. 20, at 33, Warrington-crescent, Muida-vale, the wife of W. 0. La v,
Hayward, Charles, St John's lane, Timber Merchant. Oct 6 at 3 at office of Wells, barrieter-at-law, of a son.
Hill, St Nicholas st, Ipswich
Hazlehurst, William, and Joseph Groening, Manchester, Timber Merchants. Oct 9 at 3 PEARCE-ARROW.-Sept. 26, at St. John's, Lewisham Aigh-road, S.E., James
at office of Brett and Oraven, Kennedy st, Manchester Collins Pearce, solicitor, Ealing, to Alice Mary Anne, daughter of the late
Henton, John, Aberdare, Glamorgan, Tailor, Oct 12 at 12 at Broad st, Bristol. John,
Swansea Major James Rods Arrow, M.N.I.
Hibbert, John, Sam Eyre, and James Cheetham, Denton, Lancaster, Hat Manufacturers, SMITH-HOWARD.-Sept. 21, at St. James's, Piccadilly, T. Eustace Smith, bar
Oct 5 at 11 at office of Grundy and Co, Booth st, Manchester rister-at-law, of Lincoln's-jon, to Katberine St. Osytb, daughter of James Hilton, Francis Ogden, Bolton, Lancaster, Licensed Victualler. Oct 2 at 3 at office of Howard, M.P., of Clapham Park, Bedfordshire.
Ramwell and Co, Mawdsley st, Bolton
Hotel, Liverpool. Owen, Bangor
Hotel, Kidderminster. Crowther and Prior, Kidderminster
Johnson, Francis, Liverpool, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. Oct 10 at 12 at office of
Cowl, South John st, Liverpool
Hotel, Welshpool. Morris, Shrewsbury
Joseph, Thomas, Fenchurch'st, Colliery Proprietor, Oct 5 at 3 in lieu of day originally
named, at Royal Hotel, St Mary st, Cardiff Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
Kick, George, Tintern st, Stockwell, out of business. Oct 2 at 2 at Masons' Hall
Tavern, Basinghall st. Bilton, Renfrew rd, Lambeth
Knight, James, Sawbridgeworth, Hertford, Farmer. Oct 5 at 12 at office of Baker and Berwick, William Alexander, Barnard Castle, Durham, Captain in Her Majesty's Army.
Thorneycroft, Bishop's Stortford Pet Sept 19. Crosby. Stockton-on-Tees, Oct 5 at 3
Lester, Alfred, Ticehurst, Sussex, Shoemaker, Oct 3 at 12 at office of Bolton and Co, Davies, Jabez, Worthen, Salop, Miller. Pet Sept 19. Talbot. Newtown, Oct 4 at 12.30 Lincoln's inn fields. Aitkens, Ticehurst Parsons, George, Mansfield, Nottingham, Builder. Pet Sept 13. Speed. Nottingham, Lumb, Thomas, Penrith, Cumberland, Wine Merchant. Oct 4 at 2 at office of Scott, Oct 3 at 11
King st, Penrith Potts, George Inglis, Cheetham, Lancaster, Clerk. Pet Sept 15. Hulton. Salford, Oct Maitland, Alexander John, and George Maitland, Monkseaton, Northumberland, 11 at 11
Brewers. Oct 6 at 1.30 at offico of Mather and Co. Bank chmbra, Moseley st, NewWilson, James Chisholm, Swindon, Wilts, Grocer. Pet Sept 20. Townsend. Swindon, castle-upon-Tyne Oct 4 at 12
Maudson, Joseph Walker, Sheffield, Harmonium Manufacturer. Oct 3 at 11 at office of
Cooke and Co, Duke st, Manchester sq. Mellor, Sheffield
Mears, George Edward, Stockton-on-Tees Auctioneer. Oct 3 at 11 at office of Peacock,
Zetland rd, Middlesborough
Mercer, Robert, Oldham, Lancaster, Coal Merchant. Oct 4 at 3 at Spread Eagle Hotel, Rees, David Williams, St James' st, Piccadilly, Esq. Pet Sept 21. Hazlitt. Oct 11 at Corporation st, Manchester. Ponsonby, Oldham 11
Milestone, Robert John, Swallow pl, Hanover sq, Fishmonger, Oct 9 at 2 at Masons' Parsons, George
Hall Tavern, Basinghall st. Linklater and Co, Walbrook 11 at 11.30
Modlen, Catherine Frances Ann, Warwick, Hatter. Oct 6 at 11 at office of Hanley, Bensande, Jacoh, Maud rd, Dagmar rd, Camberwell, Merchant. Pot Sopt 22. Hazlitt. Northgate st, Warwick Oct 10 at 11
Mumby, Charles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Draper. Oct 4 at 11 at Home Trade AssociaTo Surrender in the Country.
tion Rooms, Manchester. Scott, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Baybut, Fairhurst, Manchester, Fustian Manufacturer, Pet Sept 25. Lister, Man Murray, William, Brixham, Devon, Schoolmaster. Oct 5 at 2 at Bolton Hotel, Bris. chester, Oct 9 at 12.30
ham. Bartlett Chetwynd, Arthur, Rugeley, Stafford, Gent. Pet Sept 22. Spilsbury. Stafford
Nathan, Henry, Aldershot, Furniture Dealer. Oct 9 at 2 at Law Institution, Chancery Helliwell, Alfred, Halifax, Grocer. Pet Sept 19. Rankin. Halifax, Oct 6 at 11
lane. Myer, New Bridge st Hoare, James, Boscombe, 'nr Bournemouth, Hotel Manager. Pet Sept 22. Dickinson. Paul, Edward, Forest Hill, Cheesemonger. Oct 4 at 2 at office of Ladbury, Queen st, Poole, Oct 9 at 11
Chcapside Stoakes, Richard, Portsen, Contractor. Pet Sept 23. Renny. Portsmouth, Oct 19 at 12 Peachey, Richard Joseph, Eversholt st, Publisher. Oct 2 at 2 at oslice of Winkworth, Tomlinson, Richard, Sheffield, Silver Polisher. Pet Sept 21. Wake. Sheflield, Oct 11 as 1 Coleman st
Pepper, Edwin Sewell, Hinckley, Leicester, Goldsmith. Oct 6 at 12 at Union Hotel,
Hinckley. Cowdell, Hinckley
Pagh, Arthur, Brynmawr, Brecon, Baker. Oct 4 at 11.30 at offices of Powell,
Brynmawr Armatage, William Thomas, South Cave, York, Farmer. Oct 4 at 3 at office of Red. Pyrah, Anthony, Frizinghall, nr Bradford, Cardboard Manufacturer. Oct 5 at 2.30 at fern, Bank chmbrs, Land of Green Ginger, Kingston upon Hull
office of Wright, Darley st, Bradford Ashcroft, Timothy, Latchford, Chester, Coal Merchant. *Oct 4 at 3 at office of Moore, Redgrave, Elisha, Birmingham, Auctioneer. Oct 2 at 11 at office of Mallard, Newhall Upper Bank st, Warrington
chmbrs, Birmingham Atkinson, Jacob, Gateshead on Tyne, Builder. Oct 3 at 1.30 at oflice of Winter, Market Redway, 'Thomas, Exmouth, Devon, Ship Owner. Oct 6 at 10.30 at Craven Hotel, st, Newcastle upon Tyne. Paynter, Alnwick
Strand. Adams, Exmonth Bancroft, Harry, Halifax, Pro
Ridge, George, Ilfracombe, Devon, Baker. Oct 6 at 12 at office of Thorne, Castle st, Halifax
Barnstaple Bates, Joseph, Blackburn, Plumber. Oct 4 at 3 at office of Grundy, King st, Man Sadgrove, Arthur Augustus, East Hagbourne, Berks, Medical Practitioner. Oct 11 at chester. Parke Marriott, Blackburn
3.30 at oflice of Slade, St Martin's street, Wallingford Beckwith, Ambrose James, and Alfred Stevens, Greenwich, Wino Merchant. Oct 13 at Scaman, Daniel, Beaconsfield ter, Herries st, Grocer. Oct 9 at 12 at offices of Bind, 3 at office of Finch, Borough High st, Southwark
Finsbury pavement Bencroft, Richard Incledon, Barnstaple, Solicitor. Oct 7 at 2 at office of Chanter and Shaw, Edmund, Alfreton, Derby, Baker. Oct 9 at 11 at the Bell Hotel, Derby. Wilson Co, Bridge Hall chmbre, Barnstaplo
and Bone, Alfreton, Derby Berrett, Harry, Lewisham, Stationer. Oct 2 at 3 at office of Nicholls and Leatherdale, Simmonds, Thomas, Croydon, Boot Manufacturer. Oct 4 at 3 at offices of Wynne and Old Jewry chmbrs. Piesse, Old Jewry chmbre
Co, Laurence Pountney hill, Cannon st. Streeter, Croydon Binus, Thomas, Tipton, Stafford, Scrap Dealer, Oct 5 at 11.30 at office of Whitehouse, Smith, Albert Frederick, Lewisham, Kent, Carver. Oct 4 at 11 at offices of Hughes, Dudley rd, Tipton
Eastcheap Blews, William Henry Maxwell, West Smithfield, Brass Founder. Oct 13 at 12 at Queen's Stevens, James, and Joseph James Harrison, Essex rd, Islington, Provision Merchants. Hotel, Birmingham, Burton and Co, Lincoln's inn fields
Oct 6 at 2 at offices of Carter and Bell, Eastcheap Boorman, Richard Knight, Brenchley, Kent, Farmer, Oct 11 at 12 at Star Hotel, Maid. Taylor, Joseph Edward, Salford, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. Oct 5 at 3 at offices of stone, Cripps, Tunbridge Wells
Blakeway, Deansgate, Manchester
Thompson, Alfred, Cambridge, Raker. Oct 4 at 12 at office of Ellison and Co, Petty Jackson, Ralph Morris, Sunderland, Durham, Hairdresser. Oct 6 at 11 at office of Cury, Cambridge
Crow, West Sunniside, Sunderland Tilleard, Alfred, Kentish Town rd, Oilman. Sept 30 at 1 at office of Hutchinson and
Jennings, James, Lewisham, Kent, Newspaper Proprietor. Oct 16 at 3 at Guildhall
Tavern, Gresham st, Tucker, Leo
st, Middlesborougn Bull, Newport Pagnell
Kempe, Edward, Leeds, Machine Maker. Oct 9 at 3.30 at office of Burrell and Whitfield, John, jun, Cadishead, Lar.caster, Shopkeeper. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Brook, Pickard, Albion st, Leeds. Bowling, Leeds Lyme st, Warrington
Kempe, William, Leeds, Machine Maker. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Burrell and Pickard, Wilkinson, Thomas, Babworth, Nottiugham, Farmer. Oct 5 at 1 at office of Newton Albion st, Leeds. Bowling, Leeds and Co, the Square, East Retford
Kenny, James, North Shields, Licensed Victualler. Oct 5 at 3 at office of Joliffe, Woolstenholme, John, Oldham, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Oct 5 at 3 at office of Watson, Collingwood st, Newcastle on Tyne Church lane, Oldham
Loader, George Kellow, Dorchester, Dorset, Coal Merchant. Oct 6 at 12 at Junction Wragg, Jane, Kilbourne, Derby, Innkeeper. Oct 6 at 3 at office of Briggs, Amen alley,
Hotel, Dorchester. Andrews and Co, Dorchester
Lucas, Abraham, Croft, Leicester, Baker. Oct 9 at 12 at office of Harvey, Solborne TUESDAY, Sept. 26, 1882.
bldgs, Millstone lane, Leicester Airy, John, Paddington st, Marylebono, out of business. Oct 14 at 12.30 at offices of
Marler, Thomas, Newton Hyde, Chester, Cotton Spinner. Oct 12 at 3 at office of Brooke, Newson, South sq, Gray's inn
Hamnet st, Hyde Barber, George, Ashton-under-Lyze, Beerhouse Keeper. Oct 9 at 3 at office of White Mitchell, Edwin George, Cardiff, Glamorgan, Grocer. Oct 11 at 12 at office of Collins, head, Stamford st, Stalybridge
Broad st, Bristol, Stephens, Cardiff Bird, George, Commercial st, Whitechapel, Sail Maker. Oct 11 at 3 at office of Rubin
Morton, William Ibbotson, Sheffield, Grocer. Oct 4 at 3 at Bank st. Sheffield. Broomstein, Regent st, Waterloo pl
head, Sheffield Bishop, Robert, Lamborhurst. Kent, Farmer. Oct 10 at 2 at office of Cripps, Mount Pleasant rd, Tunbridge Wells
Norbury, Charles Henry, Myddleton st, Clerkenwell, Builder. Oct 12 at 2 at office of Blanchard, William, Gravesend, Coach Builder. Oct 10 at 12 at office of Sharland and
Cogan and Co, Chancery lane Hatten, Court house, Gravesend
Ockleshaw, William, and James Haworth, Liverpool, General Merchants. Oct 9 at 2 at Boycott, Robert, Wellington, Salop, Beerseller's Manager. Oct 12 at 11 at offices of office of Grace and Smith, Harrington st, Liverpool Carrane, Walker st, Wellington
Palmer, Charles, Great Bowden, Leicester, Builder. Oct 9 at 11 at Corn Exchange, Bradbury, John, Biddulph, Stafford, Colliery, Proprietor. Oct 9 at 12 at Bull's Head
| Market Harborough. Owston and Dickinson, Leicester Hotel, Congleton. Redfern, Congleton Broomhead, Hall, Halifax, Grocer. Oct 9 at 11 at offices of Holroyd and Smith, Wards
Parfitt, George, Bristol, House and Estate Agent. Oct 11 at 2 at office of Mosely, Shan
non ct, Corn st, Bristol End, Halifax Bruton, Llewellin, New Swindon, Wilts, Tea Dealer. Oct 11 at 2 at offices of Collins,
Peters, Samuel Edward, Pentrick, Derby, Cigar Manufacturer. Oct 10 at 2 at office of
Robotham, St Alkmund's Church yd, Derby Broad st, Bristol. Salmon, Bristol Burge, George, Newport, Monmouth, Firhmonger. Oct 9 at 12 at offices of Lloyd, Peters, Thomas, Stourbridge, Worcester, Boot and Shoe Dealer. Oct 7 at 11 at once of Newport
Andrew, Market sq., Northampton Caister, John, jun, Slough, Grocer. Oct I at 2 at 6, Arthur st East. Carter and Bell, Poole, William, Paternoster row, Booksellor. Oct 11 at 12 at office of Spain and Co, Eastcheap
Coleman st. Foster, Birchin lane Callaghan, Matthew, sen, and Matthew Callaghan, jun, St Helen's, Boot Manufacturers. Powell, William, Lisle st, Leicester sq, Ironmonger. Oct 16 at 3 at office of Wildo and Oct 12 at 11 at office of Hitchens, New Market pl, St Helen's
Venables, Moorgate st. Kimber, Walbrook Carr, Thomas, Burnley, Cotton Manufacturer. Oct 11 at 3 at office of Nowell, Har. Ribbans, Aaron, Middleton, Suffolk, Farmer. Oct 9 at 2 at ofico of Pollard, St greaves st, Burnley
Lawrence st, Ipswich Carter, Henry Alfred, Railway approach, London Bridge, Tobacconist. Oct 10 at 3 at Rubery, Luke, Worcester, Licensed Victnaller. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Allen and Beauoflice of Boxall and Boxall, Chancery lane
champ, Sansome pl, Worcester Clark, George, Leyton, Essex, Lead Merchant. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Chapman, Pancras | Shilvock, Joseph, Birmingham, Brass Caster. Oct 9 at 12 at ollice of Hawkos and lano
Weekes, Temple st, Birmingham Clarke, John Henry, Dudley, Draper. Oct 12 at 12 at office of Ladbury and Co, Cheap Shingleton, Mary Burgess, Carmarthen, Licensed Victualler. Oct I at 10.30 at office of side. Carter and Barber, Austin Friars
Morris, Red st, Carmarthen Clarke, John Huband, Handsworth, Grocer. Oct 11 at 3 at office of Jaques, Temple
Starbuck, John Bissil, Long Sutton, Lincoln, Photographer. Oct 9 at 11 at office of row, Birmingham
Mossop, Long Sutton Cross, William, Ruddington, Notts, Beerhouse Keeper. Oct 11 at 3 at office of Whit Steele, Charles Burton, Kensington High st, Ironmonger. Oct 6 at 2 at Guildhall
tingham, Middle pavement, Nottingham Dawson, Richard Edward, Margate, Fly Proprietor. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Sparkes,
Tavern, Gresham st. Bartlett, Arthur st West, London Bridgo Union row, Margate
Wales, James, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Smack Owner. Oct 11 at 2 at 21, Knight Rider st,
Doctor's Commons. Seago, Lowestoft Dear, William, Sambrook ct, Club Proprietor. Oct 10 at 12 at Cannon st Hotel. Fraser,
Whiteside, Richard Albert, Blackpool, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Oct 9 at 11 at Blackpool Moorgate st
Assembly Rooms, Talbot rd, Blackpool. Blackhurst, Preston Doughty, Samson, and Arthur Doughty, Nottingham, Manufacturers of Wood Mould
Williams, William Griffith, Llandilotalybont, Glamorgan, Timbor Merchant. Oct 4 at ing. Oct 6 at 11 at office of Clifton, St Peter's chmbrs, Nottingham Drabble, john, Chesterfield, Derby, Cotton Doubler. Oct 7 at 12 at offices of Gratton
11 at office of Williams, Castle st, Swansea and Marsden, Knifesmith gate, Chesterfield
Woodrow, Robert, Long Stratton, Norfolk, Farmer. Oct 7 at 11 at office of Blyth,
Castle chmbrs, Norwich
Worrall, William, Cleobury Mortimer, Salop, out of business. Oct 12 at 3 at office of Evanson, Charles, Market Drayton, Salop, Innkeeper. Oct 7 at 11.30 at Corbet Arms
Couchman and Co, Swan st, Kidderminster
Biggendale, Kingsland rd Garbutt, Joseph, Stockton, Durham, Beer Retailer. Oct 5 at 11 at offices of Best, High st, Stockton on Tees
CURRENT TOPIOS .....
.... 713 | OBITUARY ........................ Gardner, William, Lower Tooting, Surrey, out of business. Oct 6 at 12 at offices of MR. GREEN'S IMPRISONMENT .......... 714 | SOCIETIES ..... Moss, Gracechurch st
NON-COMPLIANCE WITI DEBTOR'S SUM- LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL ............ 720 Gaston, Francisco Garcia, Gracechurch st, Merchant. Oct 19 at 3 at offices of Waddell, MONS AS AN ACT OF BANKRUPTCY .... 715 | LEGAL APPOINTMENTS ...... Queen Victoria st
LEGISLATION OF THE YEAR............ 717 COMPANIES .......................... 720 Gorringe, George Henry, Beaufort st, Chelsea, Builder. Oct 12 at 12 at offices of Hud
... 718 I CREDITORS' CLAIMS .................. 721 son, Furnival's inn
CORRESPONDENCE .......... .... 718 LEGAL NEWS ........................ 721 Greenwood, Martha, William Patchett Greenwood,and George Henry Greenwood, Hali.
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of Connor, King st, Manchester Hooper, Edward James, Manchester, Picture Dealer. Oct 11 at 3 at Mitre Hotel,
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