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completion, or the receipt for the last actual payment, although there may be several subsequent instalments of rent in arrear? C.

[We have always understood the phrase, "the receipt for the last payment 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.—Ed. S. J.]

VOTES AT TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS.
[To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.]

Sir,—Enclosed is a query on municipal law which I shall feel obliged by your inserting in your columns.

I am aware of some opinions on the point, notably of Mr. Mellish, Q.C., in 18CC, 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 altered. W.

September 26.

Query.—At a town council meeting, where there were thirteen members present besides the chairman, on a question being put six voted for and four against, and three besides the chairman did not vote, though they remained in the room. This vote has since been questioned 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 members present who voted for it. What is the generally received opinion as to the law on this point?

CASES OF THE WEEK.

BEFORE THE VACATION JUDGE. Defaulting TbosteeAttachmentPerson Prosecuting OrderConsolidated Obdbrs 23, R, 10, And 29, R. 3.—In the ease of Remington v, Remington, before Day, J., on the 20th inst., sitting as Vacation Judge, a motion was made on behalf of a person having liberty to at'end 110 proceedings in the aetion that a writ of attachment might be ordered to isme against a defaulting trustee for not paying into court certain sums ordered to be paid in. Counsel in opposition to the motion took the preliminary objection thit the applicant, being only a person hating liberty to attend the proceedings, was not the person prosecuting the order within the meaning of Conso'idated Order 29, r. 3. Day, J., allowed the objection, and said that "the person prosecuting the decree or order," meant the person having the conduct of the decree or order,—Solicitors, /. B. & H. Scott; Byrnes $ Son.

OBITUARY.

SIR GEORGE GREY.

The Right Hon. Sir George Grey, baronet, G.C.B., died at his residence, Falloden, Northumberland, on the 9th inst., in his eighty-fourth year. Sir George Grey was the son of Sir George Grey, Bart., and first cousin of the present Earl Grey. He wis born at Gibraltar in 1799, and he succeeded his father in the baronetcy in 1828, He was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, where be graduated first class in classics in 1821. He was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in 1826, and be formerly practised on the Northern Circuit. In 1832, on the passing of the Reform Bill, he was elected M.P. for the borough of Devonpoit in the Liberal interest. He soon made bis mark as a speaker, and in 1834 he received from his uncle, the second Earl Grey, the appointment of Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies. He filled the same office in the Government of Lord Melbonrne, and in 1839 he was appointed Judge Advocate-General and was sworn in as a Privy Councillor, but he retired with his jurty in 1841. In 1846, on the formation of Lord John Russell's Government, lie entered the Cabinet as Secretary of State for the Home Department, and in the following year be was elected M.P. for the Northern Division of the county of Northumberland. He lost his seat at the general eleotion of 1852, but he was shortly afterwards elected M.P. for Morpeth, which borough he represented during the remainder of his parliamentary career. His party went out of office in February, 1852, but in 1854 he became Secretary of State for the Colonies in the Earl of Aberdeen's Cabinet, and a year later, on Lord Pulmerston becoming Prime Minister, he resumed the office of Home Secretary and held it till February, 1838. On Lord Palmerston's return to office in June, 1859, Sir G. Grey became Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, but in 1861 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 Office, where he was eminent as an administrator rather than as a legislator. He was in office at several periods of great responsibility. In 1848 he had to deal both with an Irisb rebellion and with the Chartist riots in London, and be concerted, with the late Duke of Wellington, the measures taken for the preservation of the peace of the metropolis on the 10th of April in that year. In 1866, at the end of his official career, he had to deal with a formidable outbreak of cattle plague. In 1874 he finally retired from parliamentary life, and on that occasion he declined the offer of a peerage. Sir G. Grey was created a Ciyil Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath in 1849. He was

married to a daughter of the Right Rev. Dr. R.ider, Bishop of Lichfield, but he had been for several years a widower. His only son predeceased him, and the baronetcy passes to his grandson.

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 Dublin ; but he afterwards went to Australia for the henef.t of his health, anl he was admitted t> the bar at Melbourne in 185C. Ha obtained a good practice in the colony, and he was for several years lecturer in law at the University of Melbourne, where his classes were always largely attended. He was created a Q teen's Counsel in 1878, and so recently as April last he had been appointed county court judge for the Western Division ol the colony.

MR. GEORGE LOCKETT ROBINSON.

Mr. George Lockett Robinson, solicitor (of the firm of 0. L. & 0. F. Robinson), of Burslem and Longton, died on the 4th inst. Mr. Robinson was admitted a solicitor in 1827, and he had practised for many years in the Potteries district, where he had a large and important business. For several years Mr. Charles Frederick Robinson had been associated in practice with him. Mr. Robinson was buried at Edensor on the 8th inst.

MR. JOHNSON ATKINSON BUSFEILD.

Mr. Johnson Atkinson Buafeild, solicitor, formerly of Bradford, died very suddenly at his re-Mence at Morton, near Bingley, on the 19:h inst., in hi* sixty-ninth year. Mr. Busfe'ld was tbe f ourth son of Mr. Charles Basfeild, 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 Bradford, but be had for sometime ccised to practise. Mr. Busfeild had been for many yours treasurer of the Hudderifield, Bradford, and Keighley County Courts (Circuit No. 11), and after his retirement from practice be was placed in the commission of the peace for the West Riding of Yorkshire. He was very active in his duties as a magistrate for the Keighley Division, in which capacity his professional training and experience proved extremely valuable. Mr. Busfeild was buri:d at Bingley on the 23rd inst.

MR. JAMES POWELL.

Mr. James Powell, solicitor (of the firm of Powell St Sirgent), of Pockliagton and Market Weighton, died at his residence at the former place on the l5thinst. Mr. Poveil was born in 1831. He was admitted a solicitor in lS.r>6, and he had for many years practised at Pocklington, having also a branch office at Market Weighton. Ho 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 sometime associated in partnership with Mr, John Thomas Sargent, who is deputy county court registrar and deputy steward of the Manor of Milling! >n. Mr. Powell was universally esteemed, and his prematuro death has caused a general feeling of regret throughout the neighbourhood.

SOCIETIES.

INCORPORATED LAAV SOCIETY. The following programme has been issued by the Hull Incorporated L iw Society for the ninth annual provincial meeting of the Incorporated Law Society on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 17 and 18, 1882.

Tuesday, October 17. 11 la.m.—The members will be welcomed by the Mayor of Hull (Alderman

Leak).

The chair will then be taken by the President, Mr. Thomas Paine. 11 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.—President's address; reading and discussion of papers.

1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m.—Adjournment for lunch in the Museum and rooms of the Royal Institution.

2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.—Reading and discussion of papers.

6.30 p.m. for 6.45 p.m. precisely.—Dinner given by the Hull Taw Society at the Public Rooms, Jarrait-stroet, Mr. Francis Lowe (the president) in the chair,

Note.—A limited number of ladies' tickets of admission to tbe ba'ony during dinner will be issued on application to the hon. sec.

Wednesday, October 18.

10 a.m. to 11 a.m.—Meeting of tbo Solicitors' Benevolent Association in the H >yal Institution.

11 a.m. to 1,30 p.m.—Law Society's adjourned meeting; reading and discussion of papers.

1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m.—Adjournment far lunch. 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.—Reading and discussion of papers, 9 p.m.—Ball and convtreazione 10 the Public Rooms, Jarratt-street. Note.—Ladies' tickets for the ball and convtrtazione may be obtained oil application to tbe honorary secretary.

Thursday, October 19.

10 a.m.—Excursion lo Castle Howard and York, by rail and carriage.

The party will leave the Paragon Railway Station by a special saloon train at 10 a.m., and, travelling via Beverley, Driffield, and Malton, will arrive at Castle Howard Station at 12 a.m. Thence they will he 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, the journey will be resumed to York, which will be reached about 3 p.m. At 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 cathedral and other interesting sites of York can be visited, and the return train will leave at 5.25 p.m., and, travelling via Selby, reach Hull at 6.40 p.m. Visitors going north or south, not desiring to return to Hull, will find York a most convenient poiut for departure. Ladies' tickets, covering the above journey and luncheon, may be obtained by any member on payment of Ioj. for each ticket. Intimation should be given to the bon. secretary as early as possible. The railway and lunclieon tickets will be issued on application to the clerks in attendance at the Royal Institution from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Tuesday, the 17th of October.

10.30 a.m.—Steam Yacht Excursion down the River.

The splendid steam yacht Sea Hone, of 340 tons, kindly placed at the disposal of the society by the owner, "Walter S. Bailey, Esq., J.P., will leave the Albert Dock Promenade at 10.30 a.m., and convey a party down the River Humber to Spurn, returning; so as to reach Hull again about 4 p.m. If the weather should be fine this will bo found a very enjoyable cruise. The number of persons must ncce'sarily be limited to fifty, and names will be received until this number is completed. Luncheon will bi provided on board. Tho reading room of the Hull Subscription Library, in the Royal Institution. Albion-street, and the news room of the Church Institute (nearly opposite the Royal Institution) will be available for the use of visitors on prodnc ion of their cards of membership. It is hoped that the Hull Club, in Lowgate, will he similarly open to visitors. Arrangements will be made for inspecting the New Alexandra Dock Works', in course of construction; Earle's Shipbuilding Works, the Tiinity House, and II.M.S. Bepulte, &c.

N. B.—There will bj an inquiry office and writing room at the Royal Institution during the meeting, where letters can be received and posted, and telograms sent direct.

Hotel Accommodation.—The hotels are shown on the accompanying plan. As some of these are already filled, the hon. secretary will be glad to arrange accommodation if members will be kind enough to m'ike early application. If a member makes arrangement for himself, or intends to stay wi h a friend, it will be a great convenience if he will kindly inform tho secretary thereof.

LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL.

INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY,

Final Examination.
Subjects of Examination in the year 1883.

Essintial.—1. Principles of law and procedure; (a) In matters usually detetmined or administered in the Chancery Division of the High Court of Just:ce; (A.) In matters usually determined or administered in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice; 2. Principles of the law of real and personal property, and the practice of conveyancing.

Optional.—3. The law and practice of bankruptcy: 4. Criminal law and practice—Proceedings before justices of the peico; 5. The law and rractice of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice, and ecclesiastical law and practice.

Candidates are required to givo notice in wriiing forty-two days at least before the date of the examination to the secretary of the Incorporated Law Society, Cbancfry-Iane, London.

Candidates are also required, at tho same tirro, to leave with the secretary of the society their articles of clerkship and supplemental articles (if any), and the certificates of their having passed the preliminary examination, or evidence of their exemption therefrom, and certificates of having passed the intermediate examination, together with answer* to the questions as to dne service and conduct, to be answered by the candidate and his principal and agent, if any. Prints of these questions can be obtained on application at the office of the Incorporated Law Society.

Where articles of clerkship expire between tho 10th of January and 15th of April, candidates may be examined in January, 1883; between 14th of April and 22od of Mav, in Apri', 1883; between 21st of May and 2od of November, in June, 18S3; between 1st of November, 1883, and ilth of January, 1884, in November, 1883 j or at any subsequent examination.

The examinations in 1883 ni l be held at the hall of the society, Chancerylane, London.

Days of examinations :- Tuesday, 16th, and Wednesday, the 17th of January, at ten ; Tnesdav, 21th, and Wednesday, the 25th of April, at ten; Tuesday, 19th, and Wednisday, the 20th of June, at ten ; Tuesday, 6th, and Wednesday, the 7th of November, at ten.

La-t day for gi'ing notioe and depositing article*, &c.—Monday, 4th of December, 1882; Mondav, 12th of March, 18S3; Monday, 7th of May, 1883; Monday, 24th of September, 1883.

Last day for giving renewed notice, and re-depositing articles, &a.— Monday, 1st of January, 1883 ; Monday, 9th of April, 1883 ; Monday, 4th of June, 1883; Monday, 22nd of October, 1883.

Candidates who fail to pa*', or attend at the examination for which they have given notice, may attend at any subsequent examination. A renewed

notice must, in that case, le given fourteen days, at least, beforo the date of such subsequent examination.

The fee payable on giving notice of examination is £5, and for a renewed notice, £2 10s. Cheques tt Post-office Orders should be crossed "Mows. Qoslings & Sharps."

UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY. One of the vocation meetings of this society was held at Clements'-inn Hall, on Wednesday, September 20, when the choir was taken by Mr. Charles Parsons. The subject for debate was, "That the theory of ovolntion is not inconsistent with the Christian, faith," which was opened bv Mr. Bull in the negative. He was supported in this view by Messrs. Sutclifft) and Baker and opposed by Messrs. Ridley, Shirley, and Tompler. The oponer replied, and the chairman summed np, and upon the motion being pat to the meeting it was lost by a majority of five.

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. William Charlks Pownino, solicitor (of the firm of Lee, Houseman, &. Powning), of Salisbury, has been appointed a Perpetual Commissioner for Wiltshire for taking Acknowledgments of Deeds by Married Women.

Mr. Christopher FAinEn, solicitor, of Penrith, his been appointed by Lord Mnncuster, lord-lieu tenant of Cumberland, to the office of Clerk to the Lieutenancy for that county, in succession to his partn>'r, the late Mr. Thomis Gibson Cant. Mr. Fairer was admitted a solicitor in 1855,

Mr. John Crick Freeman, solicitor, who was recently elected town clerk of Maldon, has also been appointed Clerk to the Magistrates of that borough. Both offices were held by the late Mr. Arthur Evans.

Mr. Frederick Johnson, solioitor, of Favershan, has been appointed Solicitor to the Faversham Starr-Bowkett Building Society. Mr. Johnson wai admitted a solicitor in 1863.

Mr. Patrick Rtan, barrister, of Bombay, has been appointed to act as a Presidency Magistrate at Bombay. Mr. Ryan was cilled to tbe bar at the Inner Temple in Easter Term, 1873.

Mr. Buurodekn Tt.vhjke. barrister, of Bombay, has been appointed a 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 Daft", Bridges, & Watts), of 5, Nicholas-lane, has been appointed a Cimmissioner for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Courts of the Colonies of S >uth Australia, Queensland, and New Z almd, and for taking the Acknowledgments of Married Women under any law in force within the Colony of New Zealand.

S r Henrt James Bcrford Hancock, Chief Justice of the Leeward Islands who has been appointed Chief Justice of Gibraltar, in succession to the late Mr. Hugh Reilly Semper, is the son of Mr. Henry Hancock, P.R.C.S. He was educated at Eton and was formerly an officer in the 45th Foot. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Hilary Term, 1866, and prac'ised for several years on the Home Circuit and at the S'issex and Brighton Session*. He was a judge of the District Court in Jamaica from 1876 till 1878, when he was appointed Attorney-General of tbe Leeward Islands, and Chancellor of the diocese of Antigua. He has been Chief Justice of the L"oward Islands since 1880, and received the honour of knighthood a few m >nths ago.

Mr. A. Toovet, solioitor, of No. 18, Orchard-street, Portman-sqmre, Wh is been appointed a Perpetual Commissioner for Middlesex, London, and Westminster.

DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIPS.

Ewart Jukes and Clement Stackhocsk Helps (Ewart Jukes & IWps), solicitors, 8, Raymond-buildings, Groy's-inn. September 7.

James Peaob and Arthur Waller (Peace & Waller), Grocers' Hall-court, Poultry. September 13. The business in future will be carried on by the said James Peace.

Charles Bray Hodoson and John Price, solicitors, Waterloo-street, Birmingham. July 12. [Gazette, September 22.]

COMPANIES.

WINDING-UP NOTICES. Joint Stock Companies. LiiciTip iir Chavckby. GtirsatL Sums Tacst Compaxt, LnfitBD.—Petition for winding up, presented Rep* 21, directed to bo heard at the court of Hall, Y.C., on Oct 1. Billing, Church c\ OA Jewry, solicitor for the petitioner Wsxsn WoOLLKS M»i»rrACTORino Compahy, Limitsd.—Petition for winding np, presented Sept 23, directed to be heard before tho Vacation Judge, at the court of Hall, V.C., on Wednesday, Oct 4. Aahurat and Co, Old Jewry, solicitors for the pailttonor

{Gazette, Sept. 28.1

I'm .mm n lie CnAjrcsar. Iir! t v Vn FaHHotD Lawd Socixtv.—Day, J., has fixed Friday, Oct 6, at IS, at the chambora of Hall, V.C., for the appointment of aa otlicinl liquidator

[<?«,««, Sept. 2C.J

Fbiendly Societies Dissolved. Loyal Ikdustbt Sice Aud Bexe?it Society, Coach and Horses Inn, Sloclhouao lane, Birmingham. Sept 18

[Gazette, Sept. 22. J

Si. Beam's Lodge Of Tece Iyoeitbs Feiebdly Society, Savings' Bank, Tenby, Pembroke. Sept 20

Trhple Of Peace Lodge Feibsdly Society, NoiriirGnAU Ancient Independent United Oedeb or Odd Fellows, Ripley, Derby. Sept 20

[Gazette, Sept. 20.]

CREDITORS' CLAIMS.

CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY.

LAST DAY OF PROOF. Groves, Samuel, Horselydown, Surrey, Wharf Superintendent. Oct. 2. Barnard v Groves, Kay, J. Ottley, Lincoln's inn fields

[Gazette, Sept. 1.]

Levy, Maria, Martlctt ct, Bow st. Oct 2. Roffey v Roffey, Cuitty, J. Stacpoolo and Son, Pinner's Hall, Old Broad st

[Gazette, Sept. 6.]

CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35. LAST DAY OF CLAIM. Alp, William Halliday, South Shoobury, Essex, Farmer. Oct 7. Grcjrson, Rochford AsHWOBTn, J A Hi s, Rochdale, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. Nov 1. Mcllor, Rochdale Ball, Thomas Gerbabp, Chester, General H. M.'s Army. Oct 1G. Kent and McKenna, Livorpool

Banham, Citables, Camhridsre, Gent. Oct 20. Lyon, Cambridge.

Barnard, Charles, Westminster Bridge-road, Lambeth, Gent. Nov 7. Barnard,

Westminster Bridge rd, Lambeth Barnard, Eleanor, North Shields. Bee 4. Adamson, North Shields BArbeit, Russell Brenchlet, Truro, Currier. Oct 14. Smith and Paul, Truro Bright, Sahubl. Clunbury, Salop, Farmer. Oct 18. Onions, Market Drayton Chapman, Very Rev. Robebt, Birkenhead, Roman Catholic Priest. Nov 21. Tatlock,

Chester

Cooppr, Joseph Rock, Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, Gent. Nov 1. Wraggo and Co, Birmingham

Coppbll, Alfred, Higher Broughton, nr Manchester, Cigar Merchant. Oct 19.

Rowley and Co, Manchester Dutton. Itiiomas, Upton, nr Chester, Cattle Dealer. Oct 25. Bridgman and Co,

Chester

Hildbr, Albert, Aldershot, Southampton, Gent. Nov 1. Foster, Aldershot
Hitt, Thomas, Northampton, Leather Merchant. Oct 20. Pugh, Northampton
Hcntbb, John, Ulverston, Lancaster, Commission Agent. Oct 31. Remington,
Ul vers ton

nTAM, John, Hounsditch, General Warehouseman. Oct 28. Spycr and Son, Winchester House, Old Brond st

Kitchin, JonN, Whitehaven, Cumberland, Earthenwaro Dealer. Nov 1. Brockbank and Co, Whitehaven

Linfield, Elizabeth, Sydenham, Kent. Oct 31. Redpath and Holdsworth, Bush lane Lonsdale, Edwabd, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand, Gent. Oct 4. Wilkinsand

Co, Gresham House, Old Broad st Lonsdale, Edward Charles, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand. Oct 4. Wilkinsand

Co, Gresham House, Old Broad st Lovbll, Robert, Wells, Somerset, Painter. Sept 30. Hobbs, jun, Wells Milneb, William, Glazodale, York, Yeoman. Dec 8. Gray and Pannctt, Whitby Mubbbll, William, Flood st, King's rd, Chelsea, Gas Engineer. Oct 5. Hctley,

Bedford row

Pa Bee B, Thomas, Llangoedmoro, Cardigan, Gent. Oct 4. Jenkins and Evans, Cardigan

Pabkks, Rev. Faancis Barney, Atcham, Salop, Clerk. Sept 28. Sprott and Co,
Shrewsbury

Parsons, Geobge, Barking, Essex, Innkeeper. Nov 8. Cree and Son, Gray's inn sq
Patch, William, Merriott, Somerset, Miller. Nov 9. Pool, South Petherton
Pensam, Johx, Painswick, Gladstone, Victoria, Australia, Farmer. Nov 8. Wilkins

and Co, Gresham House, Old Broad Bt
Richardson, Geobge, Bridlington, York, Gent. Oct 7. West. Bridlington Quay
Rushton, William, Derby, Yeoman. Oct 7. Solo and Mills, Derby
Stuart, Alexander, Hurst Green, Sussex, Esq. Nov 8. Munton and Morris, Queen

Victoria st

[Gazette, Sept. 12.1
Bailey, Hbnbt, Bognor, Sussex, Yeoman. Oct 11. Harvie, Bognor
Barber, John, Llandyrnog, near Denbigh, Gent. Nov 30. Gold and Co, Denbigh
Barnard, William, Fareham, Southampton, Surgeon. Nov 9. Ford, Portsmouth
Bbntley, George, Dudley, Worcester, Grocer. Sept 20. Tinsley, Dudley
Blomley, William, Rochdale, Lancaster, Joiner. Oct 18. Heap, Rochdale »
Bowman, Eugenie, Macclesfield, Chester. Oct 13. Walker, Manchester
Bhadstock, John Chambers, Bristol, Commission Agent. Nov 7. Piper, Ledbury
Clabk, Rov John Pebkins, Gloucester. Oct 31. Clark and Collins, Trowbridge
Clements, William, Swindon, Wilts, Ilallkeeper at Mechanics' Institute. Oct 20.
Townsend, Swindon

Dbxxxy, Agnes, Dalton-in-Furness, Lancaster. Oct 31. Holden and Holden, Bolton
Emanuel, Leon, Southampton. Oct 25. Emanuel and Co, Walbrook
Farrow, Joseph, Bungay, Suffolk, Gent. Oct 11. Rix, Beccles
Goodingham, John, Bath, Gentleman. Nov 13. Inman and Inman, Bath
Beaton, William, Wycollar, near Colne, Lancaster, Farmer. Nov 15. Hartley,
Burnley

Meen, Harriet, Beccles, Suffolk. Oct 11. Rix, Beccles
Meek, Sophia, Beccles, Suffolk. Oct 11. Rix, Beccles

Needlbr, William, Kingston upon Hull, Gunsmith, Oct 21. Pricstman, Kingston upon Hull

Page, George, ABhtead, nr Epsom, Surrey, Gardener. Oct 1. Warriner and Cross,

Dash wood House, New Broad st
Rising, Lucy, Beccles, Suffolk. Oct It. Rix, Beccles

Scotson, John, Little Woolton, nr Liverpool, Farmer. Nov 11. Garnett and Tarbet,
Liverpool

Scott, William Geobge, Minford gardens, Shepherd's Bush, Gentleman. Oct 30.

Tilsley, St Benet pi, Gracechurch st Smith, Chables Edward, Southampton, Greengrocer. Oct 1. Lamport, Southampton Thomabon, Richabd, Tachbrook, Warwick, Farmer, Oct 11. Wright and Hassall,

Leamington

Todd, Jane, Newbrough Park, Northumberland. Oct 31. Baty, Hexham
Tubneb, Joseph. Eastbourne, Sussex, Gentleman. Oct 6. Foyer, Essex st, Strand ,
Wads, William, Guildford, Surrey, Confectioner. Oct 9. Capron and Sparkes
Guildford

IGazette, Sept. 15.]

Blackloci, Geobge, Leamside, Durham. Oct 10. Hargreaves, Durham
Bowles, Geoegb, Bradden House, Northampton, Servant. Oct9. Whitton, Towcester
Camden, Julia, Jamaica st, Mile End Old Town. Nov 1, King and Pcto, Abchurch
lane

Cabdwbll, Robebt, Blackpool, Lancaster, Surveyor. Oct 16. Charnley and Finch, Blackpool

Claekb, Mary, Sheffield. Nov 1. Victors and Co, Sheffield

Curedale, Edwabd, Bury, Lancaster, Cotton Waste Dealer. Oct 14. Grundy, Bury
Deer, Christopher, Boddioot, Oxford, Gent. Oct 31. Tayton, Banbury
Gbant, Alexander, St Mary's ter, Paddington green, Coffee Planter. Dec 12. Vizard
and Co, Dursley

Halliget, John William, Falmouth, Cornwall, Builder. Oct 31. Jenkins, Penryn
Harbis, Maby Anne, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster. Oct 14. Tyrerand Co, Livorpool
Jones, William, Harpurhey, near Manchester, Packing Case Manufacturer. Oct 30.

Gee, Manchester

Kenton, William, Liverpool, Railway Employe". Nov 18. Toulminand Co, Liverpool Lucas, John, Burton on Trent, Stafford, Ironmonger. Nov 1. Drewry, Burton on

Trent

Mills, Matilda, Southall. Oct 18. Woodbridgo, Uxbridgo
Oemrod, Geobos, Hindley, Lancaster, Gent. Nov 1. Scott and Ellis, Wigan
Rawbone, Geobge, Tooting, Surrey, Surgeon. Oct 22. Newman, Clifford's inn.
Fleet st

Salter, Samuel, Charterhouse Hinton, Somerset, Farmer. Oct31. Clarkand Collins,

Trowbridge

Savage, John, Waltham Abbey, Essex, Farmer. Oct 20. Nash and Field, Queen st Stoodlet, Anne, Eaton pi, Bolgrave sq, Housekeeper. Oct 20. Ranger and Burton,

Idolluno

Webb, Charles James, Landport, Southampton, Retired Paymaster H.M. Navy. Oct 20. Webb, Pcntonvillo rd

[Gazette, Sept. 19.]

Askew, John, Cakickle, near "Whitehaven, Cumberland, Carver. Nov 1. Brockbank and Co, Whitehaven

Baines, Thomas, Waterloo, near Liverpool, Gont. Nov 1. Harvey and Co, Livorpool Breaeley, James, Halifax, York, Innkeeper. Dec 1. Emmet and Walker, Halifax Bullock, Tuomis, Solihull Lodge, Warwick, Farmer. Oct 10. Price, Birmingham Busby, Alfred Thomas, Southwark Bridge rd, Southward, Licensed Victualler. Oct

23. Boulton, Gresham bldgs, Guildhall Butlin, Richard, Woedon Beck, Northampton, Coal Merchant. Oct 21. Burton and'

Willoughby, Daventry Cltma, George, Truro, Cornwall, Gent. Oct 11. Hodge and Co, Truro Edwards, Silvanus, Wolverhampton, Gent. Dec 1. Smith, Wolverhampton Fielder, John, Ardingly, Sussex, Fanner. Oct 21. Wado, Henfield Fishkb, John, Halifax, York, Bank Manager. Nov I. Emmet and Walkor, Halifax Howard, Robert, Liverpool, out of business. Nov 1. Kent and McKenna, Livorpool Hansom, Joseph Ai.oysius, Fulham rd, Chelsea, Architect. Oct 20. Crosse and Sons,

Lancaster place, Strand Harrison, Rev William, Birch Rectory, Essex, Dec 1. Hores and Pattisson, Lincoln's inn fields

Barrow, Maby, Shepherd's Bush green. Nov 1. Willoughby and Winch, Lancaster pi, Strand

Hiceman, Edward, Kingston upon Hull, Wholesale Butcher. Oct 23. Laverock, Hull

Histdes, Maria, Norwich. Nov 8. Bailey and Barnard, Norwich

Hollry, Geobge Hunt, Oystermouth, Glamorgan. Oct 31. Strick and Bellingham,

Swansea

Ibving, Christopher, Bradford, York, Gent. Oct 20. Watson and Dickons, Bradford James, William, Ncwland, Gloucester, Mineral Proprietor. Oct 16. Caister and

Shearman, New inn, Strand Jbfferis, John, Hatcham, Surre3r, Gent. Oct 20. Stoncham and Co, Philpot lane,

Fenchurch st

Langwith, Charles, Allen rd, Stoko Newington, Bootmaker. Nov I. Matilda Spivoy,

0, Grcenman st, Essex rd, Islington Lee, Thomas, Upper Porchester st, Hyde park, Gent. Nov 1. Rooks and Co, King

st, Cheapsido

Maclean, Major-Gen. John Norman, Brighton. Oct 23. Walters and Co, New sq,

Lincoln's inn

Martin, Catherine, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Oct 20. Dimond and Son, Wimpolo st Paramor, Mark, High st, Camden Town, Licensed Victualler. Oct 25. Wolseley,

Lincoln's inn fields Procter, Josrph, York, Gent. Nov 23. Procter, York Sadler, James, Ashovcr, Derby, Farmer. Oct 28. Black, Chesterfield Smith, Thomas, Woolwich, Kent, Licensed Victualler. Oct 20. Crafter and Burton,

Blnckfriars rd, Southwark Stokes, Charles Tomson, Deal, Kent, Gent. Oct 31. Greathead, Rochester Wade, William, Guildford, 8array, Confectioner. Oct 9. Capron and Sparkes,

Guildford

Willy, John, Broadway, Somerset, Retired Rope Manufacturer. Oct 6. Paull,

Hminstor

[Gazette, Sepi. 22.]

LEGAL NEWS.

According to Kemp's Mercantile Gazette, the number of billa of sale published in England and Wales for the week ending September 23, was 652. The number in the corresponding week of last year was 913, showing a decrease of 261, being a net decrease in 1882, to date, of 1,871' The number published in Ireland for the same week was 24. The number in the corresponding week of last year was 33, showing a decease of 9, being a net decrease in 1882, to date, of 298.

At the half-yearly meeting of the Solicitor.' Benevolent Association, to be held at Hull on the 18th of October, notice of motion has been given by Mr. William Bariah Brook, of London, that rule 17 be amended, and, as amended, shall be as follows:—XVII. At the autumn general meeting there shall be appointed three auditors, two of whom shall be members, not directors, and one a public accountant, and not a member, to audit the accounts for the ensuing year, the audit of two of whom (one being the public accountant) Bhall be sufficient."

Oo Tuesday, at the Mold adjourned Licensing Sessions, the question of the power of the magistrates as to the renewal of outdoor licenses was brought prominently forward. In oonseqnenoe of the passing of the new Act, and the jastioes at first being doobtfnl of their powers nnder it, some hair-dozen of the licenses had been held over where there had been several oases of drunkenness. Mr. Churton, solicitor, contended that the magistrates had no power to reconsider the mere question whether the houses were or were not required in the district. Mr. John Scott Baokes, chairman of the Court of Quarter Sessionp, who presided, said he was of the contrary opinion, and the bench, while renewing thelioenses in question, informed the publioans present that if convictions for drunkenness were numerous iu their neighbourhoods during the year the magistrates would take into consideration the propriety of entirely withholding their licenses.

Replying to the toast of his health at the banquet given to him at Exeter 'on Thursday week the Lord Chancellor said:—"My office, as you know, is honorary and transitory, and It it partly political; bat perhaps it may seem 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 might think so I would observe, first, that the objection which would be insuperable to such a union, if that officer had duties connected with the administration of criminal justice, does not apply, at all events, in that way when he has no such duties. But I would also say that between the executive and the independent judicature there are many relations. There is mnoh necessity for mutual understanding and constant communication, and I think it very doubtful whether, if you entirely exclude from the office of the Ministry of State every one who has judicial functions, you wonld not find the harmony and easy action of those relations considerably Impeded. One who is a judge associated with judges, and understands the judicial system, has a part in its maintenance, its authority, and its independence; and as the Executive Government must be assisted by legal counsel for most necessary purposes, I doubt greatly whether it is not a considerable advantage, from a judioial point of view, in having a minister of justice also conversant with the duties of the bench."

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Bankrupts.

FsiDiT, Sept. 22,1882. Under the bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proof of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in the Country. Berwick, William Alexander, Barnard Castle, Durham, Captain in Her Majesty's Army.

Pet Sept 10. Crosby. Stockton-on-Tees, Oct 5 at 3 Davics, Jabcz, Worthcn, Salop, Miller. Pet Sept 19. Talliot. Newtown, Oct 1 at 12.30 Parsons, George, Mansfield, Nottingham, Builder. Pet Sept 13. Speed. Nottingham, Oct 3 at 11

rotts, George Inglis, Choetham, Lancaster, Clerk. Pet Sept 15. Hulton. Salfurd, Oct 11 at 11

Wilson, James ChiBholm, Swindon, Wills, Grocer. Pet Sept 20. Townscnd. Swindon, Oct 4 at 12

Tussdit, Sept. 20,18S2. Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in London. Roes, David Williams, St Jnnies'st, Piccadilly, Esq. Pet Sept 21. llazlitt. Oct 11 at 11

Parsons, George, son., Manor pi, Walworth nl, Engineer. Pet Sept 22. Tlazlttt. Oct 11 at 11.30

Bensaudc, Jacob, Maud nl, Dagmar rd, Cambcrwell, Merchant. Tot Sept 22. Ilazlitt. Oct lOatll

To Surrender in the Country. Baybut, Fairhurst, Manchester, Fustian Manufacturer. Pet Sept 25. Lister. Manchester, Oct 0 at 12.30 Chotwynd, Arthur, Ruerelcv, Stafford, Gent. Pet Sept 22. Spilslmry. Stafford Helliwcll, Alfred, Halifax/Grocer. Pot Sept 10. Rankin. Halifax, Oct 0 at 11 Honro, James, Boscombe, nr Bournemouth, Hotel Manager. Pet Sept 22. Dickinson. Poole, Oct 9 at 11

Rtoakes, Richard, Portsca, Contractor. Pet Sept 23. Renny. Portsmouth, Oct 19 at 12 Tomlinaon, Richard, Shofflcld, Silver Polisher. Pet Sept 21. Wake. Shollleld, Oct 11 a'. 1

Liquidations by Arrangement.

FIRST MEF.TINGS OF CREDITORS.
Fbiday, Sept. 22, 1982.

Armatage, William Thomas, South Cave, York, Farmor. Oct 4 at 3 at oflico of Redfern, Bank chmbrs, Laud of Green Ginger, Kingston upon Hull

Aahcroft, Timothy, Iditcliford, Chester, Coal Merchant. Oct 1 at 3 at oflico of Moore, Upper Bank st, Warrington

Atkinson, Jacob, Gateshead on Tyne, Builder. Oct 3 at 1.30 at office of Winter, Market st, Newcastle upon Tync. Paynter, Alnwick

Bancroft, Harry, Halifax, Provision Dealer. Oct 4 at 11 at office of Boocock, Silver st, Halifax

Bates, Joseph, Blackburn, Plumber. Oct 4 at 3 at office of Grundy, King st, Manchester. Parke-Marriott, Blackburn

Beckwith, Ambroso James, and Alfred Stevens, Greenwich, Wine Merchant. Oct 13 at 3 at oflico of Finch, Borough High st, Southwark

Bencraft, Richard Iiiciimioii, Barnstaple, Solicitor. Oct 7 at 2 nt orficc of Chanter and Co, Bridgo Hall chmhrs, Barnstaple

Bcrrott, Harry, Lewisham, Stationer. Oct 2 at 3 at oflico of Nicholls and Lcatherdale, Old Jewry chmbrs. Picsse, Old Jowry chmhrs

Binus, Thomas, Tipton, Stafford, Scrap Dealer. Oct 6 at 11.30 at oflico ot Whitohouse, Dudley rd, Tir-U>n

Bluws, William Henry Maxwell, West Smithfield, Brass Founder. Oct 13 nt 12 at Queen's Hotel, Birmingham. Burton and Co, Lincoln's inn fields

Boorman, Richard Knight, Breuchley, Kent, Farmer. Oct 11 at 12 at Star Hotel, Maidstone. Uripps, Tunbridgo Wells

Bowman, Benjamin, nigh st, Southwark, Boot Maker.">Oct 5 at 3 at oflice of Cooper

and Co, Lincoln's inn fields Builds, Harry, Sittingbourne, Coal Merchant. Oct 4 at 11 at oflico of Gibson, West st,

Sittingbourne

Burgc, Joshua William, Grove tor, Dulwich, House Decorator. Sept 30 at 11 at office of

Miller and Co, Chancery lane Chalklen, Isaac, Gillingham, Kent, Grocer. Oct 2 at 11.30 at office of Stephona, Railway

st, Chatham

Clirk, James, Dewsbury, York, China Dealer. Oct 6 at 3 at office of Shaw, Bond st,

Dewsbury

Davics, David, Vaynor, Brecon, Grocer. Oot 5 at 12 at oflico of Vaughan, High st, Merthyr Tydfil

Davio, John Howard, Tottenham ct rd, Hatter. Oct 4 nt 3 at oflico of Nicholl, Gt

Portland st, Regent's park Davis, Thomas, Birmingham, Furnitnro Remover. Oct S at 11 at office of Eailcn, Bennett's hill, Birmingham Douglas, John, Manilla College, PocVham Rye, Schoolmaster. Oct 10 at 3 at Guildhall

Tavern, Gresham st. Hayward, King st, Guildhall Dredgo, William Herbort, Gt Whito Lion st, no occupation. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Boxall

and Boxall, Chancery lane Durant, Edwin Thomas, Tottonham Court rd, Draper. Oct 5 at 3 at office of Wills

and Watts, Carter lane Dyer, Charles Wilson, Morocambe, Lancaster, Baker. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Johnson

and Tilly, Sun st, Lancaster Eddison, John, Leeds, Auctioneer. Oct 4 at 11 at George Hotel, George st, Nottingham.

Maples and McCraith, Nottingham Field, Richard, Hove, Sussex, Draper. Oct 0 at 3 at offices of Goodman, North st,

Brighton

Fishwick, Henry, St Helen's, Lancaster, Butcher. Oct 5 at 3 at office of Riloy, Hanlshaw st, St Helens

Foster, William, Leeds, York, Coal Merchant. Oct 3 at 11 ot office of Butler and Middl . brook, Park sq, Leeds

Glaistor, Joseph, Carlisle, Draper. Oct 4 at 3 at oflico of Wannop, Scotch st, Cnrlislo

Hackett, William Sutton, Birmingham, Fender Manufacturer. Oct 3 at 3 at office of

Sarifont, Bennott's hill, Birmingham Hallpike, Christopher, and Vincent Henry Hallpiko, Lcytoustonc rd, Essex, Oil and

Colour mon. Oct 11 at 3 at the Masons' Hall Tavorn, Baainghall st. Lewis, West

Ham lane, Stratford

Ilandloy, John Harris, Stroud, Gloucester, Bootand Shoe Maker. Oct 9 at 11.30 at New

Inn Hotel, North Gato st, Gloucester. Stephens, Stroud Hay ward, Charles, St John's lano, Timber Merchant. Oct 0 at 3 at oflico of Wells,

Paternoster row

Hayward, George, jun, Ipswich, Suffolk, out of businoss. Oct 0 at 12.30 at office f

Hill, St Nicholas st, Ipswich Hazlohurst, William, and Joseph Greening, Manchester, Timber Merchants. Oct 9 at 3

at otllco of Brett and Cravon, Kennedy st, Manchester Honton, John, Aberdare, Glamorgan, Tailor. Oct 12 at 12 at Broad st, Bristol. John,

Swansea

Hibbcrt, John, Sam Eyre, and James Cheetham, Denton, Lancaster, Hat Manufacturers,

Oct 5 at 11 nt office of Grundy and Co, Booth st, Manchester Hilton, Francis Ogdeu, Bolton, Lancaster, Licensed Victualler. Oct 2 at 3 at office of

Barnwell and Co, Mawdslcy st, Bolton Hughes, Hugh, Llanfairfechan, Carnarvon, Coal Dealer. Oct 7 at 1 at Washington

Hotel, Liverpool. Owen, Bangor Ireland, John Smith, Chaddesley Corlictt, Worcester, Farmer. Oct 6 at 3 at Lion

Hotol, Kidderminster. Crowther and Prior, Kidderminster Johnson, Francis, Liverpool, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. Oct 10 at 12 at oflice of

Cowl, South John st, Liverpool Jnncs, Evan, Hnpo Bowdlor, Church Stretton, Salop, Farmor. Oct 4 at 4 at Royal Oak

Hotol, Welshpool. Morris, Shrewsbury Joseph, Thomas, Fenchurch st. Colliery Proprietor. Oct 5 at 3 in lieu of day originally

named, at Hoyal Hotel, St Mary st, Cardiff Kick, George, Tintcrn st, Stockwcll, out of businoss. Oct 2 at 2 at Masons' Hall

Tavern, Basinghall st. Bilton, Renfrew rd, Lambeth Knijjht, James, Sawbridgcworth, Hertford, Farmer. Oct 5 at 12 at office of Baker and

Thorneycroft, Bishop's Stortford Letter, Alfred, Ticehurst, Sussex, Shoomakcr. Oct 3 at 12 at office of Bolton and Co,

Lincoln's inn fields. Altkcns, Ticehurst Lumli, Thomas, Penrith, Cumberland, Wine Merchant. Oct 4 at 2 at oflice of Scott,

King st, Penrith

Maiiland, Aloxander John, and Georgo Maitland, Monkseaton, Northumlwrland, Brewers. Oct 0 at 1.30 at oflico of Mather and Co, Bank chmbrs, Moscley st, Newcastlo-upon-Tyno

Maiulson, Joseph Walker, Sheffield, Harmonium Manufacturer. Oct 3 at 11 at office of

Cooke and Co, Duke st, Manchester sq. Mellor. Shofllcld Mears, George Edward, Stockton-on-Toes Auctioneer. Oct 3 at 11 at office of Peacock,

Zetland rd, Middlesborough Mercer, Robert, Oldham, Lancaster, Coal Morchant. Oct 4 at 3 at Spread Eagle Hotel,

Corjioration st, Manchester. Ponsonby, Oldham Milestone, Robert John, Swallow pi, Hanover sq, Fishmonger. Oct 9 at 2 at Mas-ins'

Hall Tavern, Basinghall St. Linkloter and Co, Walbrook Mwllcn, Catherine Francos Ann, Warwick, Hotter. Oct 0 at 11 at oflico of Hanley,

Nortligate st, Warwick Mumby, Charles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Draper. Oct 4 at 11 at Homo Trade Association Rooms, Manchester. Scott, Nowcastlc-upon-Tyno Murray, William, Brixham, Devon, Schoolmaster. Oct 5 ot 2 at Bolton Hotel, Brix.

ham. llartlctt

Nathan, Henry, Aldershot, Furnituro Dealer. Oct 9 at 2 at Low Institution, Chancery

lane. Mycr, Now Bridgo st Paul, Edward, Forest Hill, Cheesemonger. Oct 4 at 2 at oflico of Ladbury, Queen st,

Chcnpsido

Pcochey, Richard Joseph, Evorsholt st, Publisher. Oct 2 at 2 at oflico of Winkworth,

Coleman st

Pepper, Edwin Sewell, Hinckley, Leicester, Goldsmith. Oct 6 at 12 at Union Hotel,

Hmckley. Cowdcll, Hinckloy Pngh, Arthur, Brynmawr, Brecon, Baker. Oct 4 at 11.30 at offices of Powell,

Hryumawr

Pyrah, Anthony, Frixinghall, nr Bradfonl, Cardboard Manufacturer. Oct 6 at 2.30 at

oflico of Wright, Darlcy st, Bradford Redgrave, Elisha, Birmingham, Auctioneer. Oct 2 at 11 at oflico of Mallard, Newhall

chmbrs, Birmingham

Redway, Thomas, Exmouth, Devon, Ship Owner. Oct Oat 10.30 at Craven Hotel,

Strand. Adams, Exmouth Ridge, Goorgo, Ilfracombe, Devon, Baker. Oct 0 at 12 at office of Thornc, Castle si,

Barnstaple

Sudirrove, Arthur Augustus, East Hagbonrne, Berks, Medical Practitioner. Oct II at

3.30 at oflico of Slade, St Martin's stroct, Wallingfonl Seaman, Daniel, Beaconsfiold tcr, Horrics st, Grocer. Oct 9 at 12 at offices of Bird,

Finsbury pavement

Shaw, Edmund, Alfrcton, Derby, Baker. Oct 9 at 11 at the Bell Hotel, Derby. Wils n

and Bone, Alfreton, Derby Simmonds, Thomas, Croydon, Boot Manufacturer. Oct 4 at 3 at offices of Wynne and

Co, Laurence l'ountney hill, Cnuiton st. Strecter, Croydon Smith, Allien Frederick, Lewisham, Kent, Carver. Oct 4 at 11 at offices of Hughes,

Eastcheop

Stevens, James, and Joseph James Harrison, Es3ex rd, Islington, Provision Merchants.

Oct 0 at 2 at offices of Carter and Bell, Eastchcap Taylor, Joseph Edward, Salfonl, Lancaster, Provision Dealer, Oct 8 at 3 at offices of

Ulakoway, Dcausgate, Manchester

Thompson, Alfred, Cambridge, Baker. Oct ^ at 12 at office of Ellison and Co, Petty Cury, Cambridge

Tilleard, Alfred, Kentish Town rd, Oilman. Sept 30 at 1 at office of Hutchinson and

McKenna, Gresham st Vickera, Edward, Aylestone Park, Leicester, Architect. Oct 4 at 3 at office of Shires,

Market st, Leicester

Webb, Riohard, Hanslope, Bucks, Draper. Oct 9 at 12 at Cock Hotel, Stony Stratford.

Bull, Newport Pagnell Whitfield, John, jun, Cadishcad, Lancaster, Shopkeeper. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Brook,

Lyme st, Warrington

Wilkinson, Thomas, Babworth, Nottingham, Farmer. Oct 5 at 1 at office of Newton

and Co, the Square, East Retford Woolstenholme, John, Oldham, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Oct 5 at 3 at office of Watson,

Church lane, Oldham

Wragg, Jane, Kilbourne, Derby, Innkeeper. Oct 6 at 3 at offico of Briggs, Amen alley, Derby

Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1882.

Airy, John, Paddington st, Marylebono, out of business. Oct 14 at 12.30 at offices of Newson, South sq, Gray's inn

Barber, George, Ashton-undcr-Lyze, Beerhouse Keeper. Oct 0 at 3 at office of Whitehead, Stamford st, Stalybridge

Bird, George, Commercial st, Whitechapel, Sail Maker. Oct 11 at 3 at offico of Rubinstein, Regent st, Waterloo pi

Bishop, Robert, Lamborhurst. Kent, Farmer. Oct 10 at 2 at offico of Cripps, Mount Pleasant rd, Tunbridge Wells

Blanchard, William, Gravesend, Coach Builder. Oct 10 at 12 at offico of Sharlaud and Halt on, Court house, Gravesend

Boycott, Robert, Wellington, Salop, Beerseller's Manager. Oct 12 at 11 at offices of Carrane, Walker st, Wellington

Bradbury, John, Biddulph, Stafford, Collicry'Proprictor. Oct 0 at 12 at Bull's Head Hotel, Congleton. Redforn, Congleton

Broomheod, Hall, Halifax, Grocer. Oct 0 at 11 at offices of Uolroyd and Smith, Wards End, Halifax

Bra ton, Llewellin, New Swindon, Wilts, Tea Dealer. Oct 11 at 2 at offices of Collins,

Broad st, Bristol. Salmon, Bristol Burge, George, Newport, Monmouth, Fiphmonger. Oct Oat 12 at offices of Lloyd,

Newport

Caister, John, jun, Slough, Grocer. Oct 9 at 2 at 0, Arthur st East, Carter and Bell, Eastcheap

Callaghan, Matthew, son, and Matthew Callaghan, jun, St Helen's, Boot Manufacturers.

Oct 12 at 11 at office of Hitchens, New Market pi, St Helen's Carr, Thomas, Burnley, Cotton Manufacturer. Oct 11 at 3 at offico of Nowcll, Har

greavos st, Burnley

Carter, Henry Alfred, Railway approach, London Bridge, Tobacconist. Oct 10 at 3 at

office of Boxall and Boxall, Chancery lane Clark, George, Leyton, Essex, Lead Merchant. Oct 9 at 3 at offico of Chapman, Pancras

lano

Clarke, John Henry, Dudley, Draper. Oct 12 at 12 at office of Ladbury and Co, Cheapaide. Carter and Barber, Austin Friars

Clarke, John Huband, Hands worth, Grocer. Oct 11 at 3 at office of Jaques, Tcmplo row, Birmingham

Cross, William, Ruddington, Notts, Beerhouse Keeper. Oct 11 at 3 at office of Whit

tingham. Middle pavement, Nottingham Dawson, Richard Edward, Margate, Fly Proprietor. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Sparkcs,

Union row, Margate

Dear, William, Sambrook ct, Clnb Proprietor. Oct 10 at 12 at Cannon st Hotel. Fraser, Moorgate st

Doughty, Samson, and Arthur Doughty, Nottingham, Manufacturers of Wood Moulding. Oct 6 at 11 at office of Clifton, St Peter's chmbrs, Nottingham

Drabble, John, Chesterfield, Derby, Cotton Doublor. Oct 7 at 12 at offices of Gratton and Marsden, Knifesmith gate, Chesterfield

Duhrkoop, Max Emil Alexander, Kersley at, Albert rd, Battersea, Mercantile Clerk. Oct 6 at 3 at offices of Finch, Borough High st. Southwark

Evanson, Charles, Market Drayton, Salop, Innkeeper. Oct 7 at 11.30 at Corbet Arms Hotel, Market Drayton, Salop. Pearson, Market Drayton

Eyre, Joseph, Hotspur st, Kennington rd, Brass Foundor. Oct 5 at 2 at offices of Barton and Pearson, Kennington lane

Filliston, Joseph, New Inn yard, Shoreditch, Cheesemonger. Oct 9 at 11 at offices of Biggendale, Kingsland rd

Garbutt, Joseph, Stockton, Durham, Beer Retailer. Oct 5 at 11 at offices of Best, High st, Stockton on Tees

Gardner, William, Lower Tooting, Surrey, out of business. Oct 6 at 12 at offices of Moas, Gracechurch st

G&ston, Francisco Garcia, Gracechurch st. Merchant. Oct 19 at 3 at offices of Waddell, Queen Victoria st

Gorringe, George Henry, Beanfort st, Chelsea, Builder. Oct 12 at 12 at officoa of Hudson, Furnival's inn

Greenwood, Martha, William Patchett Greenwood.and Gcorgo Henry Greonwood, Halifax, York, Sanitary Tube Manufacturers. Oct 13 at 11 at Brown Cow Hotel, Halifax. Emmett and Walker, Halifax

Hay, William Francis, Teviot st, Bromley, Oilman. Oct 4 at 12 at office of Norris, Gray*8-inn pi, Gray's-inn

Hearn, Henry, Stoke St. Gregory, Somerset, Haulier. Oct 5 at 11 at office of Crawshaw, Eastst, Taunton

Herring, Stephen, Reding, Berks, Fishmonger. Oct 14 at 3 at offico of Nowman,

Friar st, Readington Hobbs, Amos, Mayflold, Sussex, Baker. Oct 11 at 3 at offico of Sprott, May field Hobson, Ne he mi ah, Beswick, nr Manchester, Monumental Mason. Oct 7 at 11 at office

of Connor, King st, Manchester Hooper, Edward James, Manchester, Picture Dealer. Oct 11 at 3 at Mitre Hotel,

Cathedral gates, Manchester. Storer and Lloyd, Manchester Hunt, Charles, Park view, Granville rd, Wandsworth, Artist. Oct 4 at 12 at Inns of

Court Hotel, Lincoln's-inn-flelds. Marshall, King st West, Hammersmith

Jackson, Ralph Morris, Sunderland, Durham, Hairdresser. Oct 6 at 11 at office of

Crow, West Sunniside, Sundorland Jennings, James, Lewiaham, Kent, Newspaper Proprietor. Oct 16 at 3 at Guildhall

Tavern, Gresham st, Tucker, Lee Jessop, John, Middlesborough, York, Slater. Oct 3 at 11 at office of Dohson, Gosford

st, Middlesborougn

Kempe, Edward, Leeds, Machine Maker. Oct 9 at 3.30 at office of Burrell and

Pickard, Albion st, Leeds. Bowling, Leeds Kempe, William, Leeds, Machine Maker. Oct 9 at 3 at offico of Burrell and Pickard,

Albion st, Leeds. Bowling, Leeds Kenny, James, North Shields, Licensed Victualler. Oct 5 at 3 at office of Joliffo,

Collingwood st, Newcastle on Tyne Loader, George Kellow, Dorchester, Dorset, Coal Merchant. Oct 0 at 12 at Junction

Hotel, Dorchester. Andrews and Co, Dorchester Lucas, Abraham, Croft, Leicester, Baker. Oct 9 at 12 at office of Harvoy, Solborno

bldgs, Millstone lane, Leicester Marler, Thomas, Newton Hyde, Chester, Cotton Spinner. Oct 12 at 3 at offico of Brooke,

Hamnet st, Hyde

Mitchell, Edwin George, Cardiff, Glamorgan, Grocer. Oct 11 at 12 at office of Collins, Brood st, Bristol, Stephens, Cardiff

Morton, William Ibbotson, Shoffiold, Grocer. Oct 4 at 3 at Bank st. Sheffield. Broomhead, Sheffield

Norbury, Charles Henry, Myddleton st, Clerkenwell, Builder. Oct 12 at 2 at office of

Cognn and Co, Chancery lano Ockleshaw, William, and James Ha worth, Liverpool, General Merchants. Oct 9 at 2 at

offico of Grace and Smith, Harrington st, Liverpool Palmer, Charles, Great Bowden, Leicestor, Builder. Oct 9 at 11 at Com Exchange,

Market Harborough. Owston and Dickinson, Leicester Parfltt, George, Bristol, House and Estate Agent. Oct 11 at 2 at offico of Mosely, Shannon ct, Corn st, Bristol Peters, Samuel Edward, Pentrick, Dorby, Cigar Manufacturer. Oct 10 at 2 at offico of

Robotham, St Alkmund's Church yd, Derby Peters, Thomas, Stourbridge, Worcester, Boot and Shoe Dcalor. Oct 7 at 11 at office of

Andrew, Market sq., Northampton Poole, William, Paternoster row, Booksellor. Oct 11 at 12 at offico of Spain and Co,

Coleman st. Foster, Birchin laue Powell, William, Lisle st, Leicester sq, Ironmonger. Oct 10 at 3 at office of Wilde and

Vonablcs, Moorgate st. Kimbcr, Walbrook Ribbans, Aaron, Middleton, Suffolk, Farmer. Oct 9 at 2 at offico of Pollard, St

Lawrence at, Ipswich

Rubery, Luke, Worcester, Licensed Victnallor. Oct 9 at 3 at office of Allen and Beauchamp, Sausome pi, Worcester

Shilvock, Joseph, Birmingham, Brass Caster. Oct 9 at 12 at office of Hawkcs and Weekes, Temple st, Birmingham

Shingleton, Mary Burgess, Carmarthen, Licensed Victualler. Oct 9 at 10.30 at office of Morris, Rod st, Carmarthen

Starbuck, John Bissil, Long Sutton, Lincoln, Photographer. Oct 9 at 11 at offico of Mossop, Long Sutton

Steele, Charles Burton, Kensington High st, Ironmonger. Oct 6 at 2 at Guildhall

Tavern, Gresham st. Bartlett, Arthur st West, London Bridgo Wales, James, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Smack Owner. Oct 11 at 2 at 2i, Knight Rider st,

Doctor's Commons. Seago, Lowestoft Whiteside, Richard Albert, Blackpool, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Oct 9 at 11 at Blackpool

Assembly Rooms, Talbot rd, Blackpool. Blackhurst, Preston Williams, William Griffith, Llandilotalybont, Glamorgan, Timbor Merchant. Oct 4 at

11 at Offico of Williams, Castle st, Swansea Woodrow, Robort, Long Stratum, 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

Couchman and Co, Swan st, Kidderminster

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