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| Williams, Henry Alexander Weddelí, Alexander George
Williamson, F. J. Weedon, Arthur Fountain
Wilson, Charles Wescott, Arthur Herbert
Winnett, William Henry White, Arthur Cecil
Wire, Cecil David Travers Whitefield, Henry
Witty, Jobn Percy
| Davis, John
Dennis, Frank Akerman, Portland Board
Devereux, Robert Allen, Edward H.
Dickinson, Willian Allin, Edward, B.A.
Dodson, Edward Andrews, Lancelot William
Donnison, Thomas Edward Arber, William Kipross
Doughty, E. Musgrave Armstrong, Charles Clarke
Drew, George Henry Arnold, Bernard
Danding, John Burder Ashworth, Frederick
Durant, Jobn Gray Atkinson-Grimshaw, Henry H. Dyson, Thomas Bailey, George
Edington, Robert Bailey, William Jobn
Edye, Williain Adolphus Baines, William Hodgson
Eley, Douglas William Baker, William Thomas
Ellison, Oborne James, LL.B. Banes, Arthur Alexander
Emmons, Samuel Barker, Claude
Erskine, Thomas E. Barker, Harry Yates
Evans, Arthur James Barkley, William Henry
Evans, Enoch Barnes, Charles George
Everall, John Roberts Bateman, Benjamin Watering
Everett, Charles Bateson, Harold Ding wall, B.A. Faber, Thomas Henry Battcock, Arthur Henry, B.A. Few, William Resbury Bennett, Ralph
Fisher, Lionel Paston Blagden, Richard Arthur
Fitter, George Bedford Bompas, Charles Steele Murchison Forrest, Daniel Boswell, Charles Stuart
Forward, Edward William Botsford, John William
Foster, Cecil Boycott, Richard Handford
Foster, Charles Blackwell Bradley, Henry George
Fox, Frank Edward Bridger, Herbert Edward
Galbraith, Jobn Hammond Bright, Frederick Henry
Galbraith, Richard Brimacombe, Joha
Gallop, Reginald George Broatch, Joseph
Gandy, Jeremiah Francis Brooks, George
Gane, Douglas Montagu Brougham, John Fry
Garstang, S. K. Broughton, Horace
Gaspar, Henry A. Brown, Robert
George, David Lloyd Brown, Thomas James
Gibson, Joseph Bull, Henry John Howard
Goodman, Samuel Burch, James Ernest
Goodwin, Frederick Burgess, Herbert Edward
Goulding, William Corbett Bords, Alfred Herbert
Gover, John Jullian, B.A., LL.B. Burrell, Herbert Charles
Gray, Joseph Sewell Bush, Philip Wathen
Gray, William Seaton Byrne, Patrick Diainond
Greenep, Francis Michael Calveri, James Washington
Griffith, James Frederick Cameron, William Stuart
Griffiths, George Stafford Lloyd Camidge, Frederick Adolphus
Griffitbs, Robert Christopher Carter, Hugh Adolphus
Grimes, Harry Warner Carter, Harold Mark
Groom, Frederic Edward Chalker, Henry
Gurney, Thomas Alfred, B.A. Chivers, Richard
Haines, Allan George, B.A. Clabburn, John George
Hall, John Henry Sussex Clark, Edward
Hall, Walter Clarke Clark, Frederick Hammond
Hansell, Arthur David Cleworth, Martin Ingle
Harby, Arthur Clowes, Harry Laird
Harper, Frank Brinsley Cockburn, James Dissington
Harrop, Arthur Frederic Holland Cook, Albert
Hart, James Walsord Cooper, William Frederiok, B. A. Hartley, James Bishop Cope, Lawrence Edwin
Hatt, John Julius Cousins, Henry Robinson
Hawkins, Geoffrey Grahame Cowlishaw, Charles Henry
Heath, Walter, B.A. Coxon, Thoma, William, B.A.
Higpett, Percy Craven, John Whipp
Hill, Leonard Crooke, John
Hinds, James Crooke, John Ryland
Hodson, James Hewitt Crowther, Arthur
Holloway, William (of Woodford) Dallas, John James
Holloway, William (of Warminster) Dashper, Alfred William
Holmes, John Caom Dauney, Frank Hastings
Hore, Henry Augustus David, Edward Thomas
Horsley, Thomas, B.A. David, Joseph Thomas
Howe, John George Davies, Alfred Thomas
Howorth, Bevjamin James Davies, David
Hudson, Charles James Davies, Thomas Henry
Hughes, John Arthur Davies, Vere Beaumont
Humberstone, Walter Davis, Henry Newoham
Humphreys, Griffith Jones
Huthart, Michael John, B.A.
Palmer, W. L. P.
Parry, Watkin Wyon
Payne, Alexander Edmund
Pedley, Charles Herbert
Phillips, Robert Koighton
Platnader, Emille Jules Louis
Playné, Francia George
Poole, Henry J. Ruscombe
Pope, Michael Herbert, B.A.
Prioe, Joseph Seymours
Priest, Walter B.
Ramsboitom, Henry Alfred
Raven, Henry Baldwin, B.A.
Rawlins, Charles Arthur
Rawlins, Henry Walter King
Read, Alexander Whiteway
Reay, Cland Edward
Reeves, William Warwick
Rideal, Edmund John Freeman
Roberts, Augustas Stewart
Roberts, Hampbrey Wroe
Roberts, Richard George Cameron
Robinson, Peroival George
Rombelow, Artbor Pierre
Russell, William Barker, B.A.
Rutter, Clarence Edwin
Salmon, Thomas William
Sandford, Henry Barlow
Savigny, Ethelstan Osmond
Sawbridge, Charles Walton
Schacht, Henry, B.A.
Shepherd, Edward William
Sherwood, Charles Gilbert
Siddall, Frederick James Dawson
Silburn, John Henry
Simpson, James Wason
Sinclair, Henry Valentine
Siemey, George Herbert
Skelton, Samuel Gissing
Skues, George Edward Mackenzie
Slater, William Wilkinson, B.A. Markby, Thomas
Slight, Lewis Alexander
Smedley, Joseph Benjamin
Smiles, Henry Locke
Smith, Edward Castleman
Smith, Henry Asheton, M.A.
Smith, John Sidney
Smith, Somers Percy
Smith, Thomas Duckworth Mellows, Frederick George
Soady, Sydney John, B.A.
Southgate, James Trippett
Spencer, Richard Henry
Sprott, George Herbert
Stubbs, Francis William
Sutcliffe, Arthur Frederick
Sweet, Charles Lacy
Tapscott, Benjamin Adams
Taylor, Herbert Stanley
Taylor, B.A., Thomas Litton
Thompson, Joseph French
Thomson, Harry Crawfuird
Todd, Charles Miles
Townsend, Henry Fox
Turnbuil, John Charles
Turnbull, Williain George
Tweed, Henry Richard Blomfield White, George Frederick Freeland Simmonds, Edwin Dill
Waddington, George Philip
Wade, William de Vins
Walker, Frank Arthur
Stanton, Henry Valentine Labrow Waring, John Barker
Warnes, Donald Charles
Waters, John Edward
Welldon, James Turner, B.A.
Wetherfield, Frederick George M.
White, Claud Hamilton
Thomas, Harry Bingham, B.A. Wnite, Henry
White, John Kelly
Whitingham, alired Edwin
Tiffen, Joseph Studholm
Wild, James Edward
Willders, Thomas Charles
Winter, Duncan Clerk
Withers, William George
Tyndale, Thomas Nicholson
Woosnam, William Wesley
Wright, G. Ernest
Vacbell, Beverley Robinson
LAW STUDENTS' DEBATING SOCIETY.
Hey, Colin Attenborougb, Stanley James Hill, Samuel Garerd
Tuesday, November 22.-Mr. Bartlett in the chair.—The subject appointed Austin, William Hillman, Arthur Chester
for discussion this evening was “ That the prosecutions promoted by the Baker, Dick Hodges, William John
Church Association under the Public Worship Regulation and the Church Baoke, Henry Alfred Holmes, Joseph Honby
Discipline Acts are im politic." Mr. C. E. Barry opened the debate in favour Barker, Edmund
of the motion, and in the discussion which followed he was supported by How, William Maynard Barradale, Sidney Thomas Jackson, Charles John
Messrs. Napier, Lloyd Jones, and Spiers. Messrs. Bilney, Goldsworthy, Barraud, Francis Alban
Todd, Green, and Davies opposed the motion. Mr. Barry having replied, the Jones, Arthur Symond Bartlett, Samuel Jones, Edward William
question was put to the meeting and decided in the affirmative by the casting Bayley, Thomas
vote of the chairman. There were twelve votes in favour of, and eleven against, Jones, George Farewell, B.A. Beaumont, George Walter Glyon
the motion. Kelsey, Reginald Birkbeck, James Braidwood
A meeting of this society was held on Tuesday, November 29, Mr. F. J. Kinch. Frederick Blakesley, William Holmes
Green being in the chair. Messrs. G. Gorton, B.A., C. J. Davison, W. H. King, Vere Villiers, B.A.
Dees, and G. J. Vanderpump were elected members. The question appointed Bonner, George Francis Lane, John Charles
for debate was: “ Was the case of Re Goodman's Trust (29 W.R. 586, L. R. 17 Bowes, Richard
Lear, George Bowman, Frank
Cb. D. 266) rightly decided ?" Mr. Kirk opened the question in tbe affirmative Lee, Frederick Petrie Nicholas and Mr. E. R. Carr followed on the negative side. The discussion was conBrewster, Sturgeon Nunn P. Lewis, Thomas
tinued by Mr. Napier and Mr. Claremont in the affirmative and by Messrs. Carr, Angostas, B.A. Looker, Horace Billingsley
Sargeant, E. Williams, and C. E. Barry in the negative. The opener having Charnley, William Eli Lowe, Herbert Francis
replied, the chairman summed up, and the question on being put to the Clarke, Robert Arnold McDonnell, James Mark
meeting was decided in the affirmative by twelve votes to six. The number Clements, Edward Mackenzie, William
present at the meeting was thirty-two. Next Tuesday, December 6, a debate Cookborn, Charles, B.A. Malpas, George
will be held upou the question: “Is it desirable to substitute an affirmation Colbeck, Artbor George Marobant, Arthur
for the oath in judicial proceedings ?" Coles, Harry Horsman
Marrable, Douglas Heron
Marshall, Charles Henry
UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.
At a meeting held at Clement's-inn Hall, on Wednesday, November 16,
Mr. W. Dowson in the chair, Mr. Brown moved “That the restrictions Crosskey, Cecil Midgley, Walter
placed by the Statute of Mortmain upon the alienation of land should be Coff, Charles Ernest Mille, Walter Herbert
removed." Mr. Brown was supported by Messrs. Robinson and Sbirley, Damant, Charles Samuel Minor, Philip Scott
and opposed by Messrs. Mott, Whitehouse, Jenks, Riobardson, and Collyer. Dashwood, Robert John Morgan, Rhys Daniel
The opener having replied, the chairman bummed up, and the motion on David, George Morse, Edward, B.A.
being pot to the meeting was deolared lost. Members present, 13; visitors, 2. Davidson, Artbur Charles Mousir, George
A meeting was held at the Law Institution on Monday, November 21, Davies, Richard Henry Arlingham Nankiwell, Charles Edward
Mr. D'A. B. Collyer in the chair, Mr. Jenks moved, “ Tbat the case of Davis, Graham James Nash, Richard Slade
Debenham v. Mellon (L. R. 6 App.) was rightly decided, and tbat the law bar, Davis, Jobn Richards Naylor, Frank
by tbat decision, been placed on a satisfactory footing." He was opposed by De'Atb, Harry Holmes Nealo, Henry Fitzwilliam
Mr. Bartrum, and supported by Messrs. Lomas, Brown, and Tillotson. The Dickinson, Adolphus Havergal Nicholson, Alfred Eiloart, Clarence
opener baving replied, the chairman summed up, and on being put to the Nicholson, John Arthur
meeting the motion was declared to be carried mem. con. Members present, Eldridge, Melanthon Zwingle Owen, John De Ville
nine. Evans, Edward Arthur Park, Robert Allan
At a meeting held at Clement's-inn Hall, on November 23, Mr. A. D. Mac. Ferguson, Frederick Pettiver, William Henry
laren in the chair, Messrs. L. M. Reed and H. H. Richardson were elected Foster, William Viotor Phillips, William Moreton
members of the society. Mr. Spencer moved the second reading of his Bill Por, Charles James Pitt, William James
to amend the criminal law, in which he proposed to alter the existing rules -(1) Fox, Thomas Merritt Pollard, James
by allowing or compelling a person charged with the commission of any offence Francis, Arthur Frederick Potrer, James William
to give evidence for or against bimself ; (2) by compelling or allɔwing the Fraser, Francis John, B.A. Potts, Cecil
husband or wife of any such person to give evidence against or for such perFreeman, Charles Radford Rackbam, Hanworth Edmund Burr
son ; (3) by removing the presumption of coercion in the case of a crime com. Gardner, Edwin Ram, Henry Stopford
mitted by a woman in the presence of her husband. Mr. Spence's motion baviog Garrard, Samuel Bromley Ramsbotham, Edward
been seconded, was opposed by Messrs. Jenks, Eustace Smith, Hobbs, Parsons, George, Frederick Rayson, William Robert, B.A.
and Hamilton, and supported by Mr. Maclaren (who left the chair). Mr. Godfrey, Edward Reed, Theophilus Maurice
Spence replied, and, upon being put to the house, the motion was carried by Goodball, Cecil Newton Relph, Samuel
a majority of five. Od the motion of Mr. Jenks, it was resolved to proceed Gover, Charles Sydney Rexworthy, John
with the consideration of the Bill in committee on Wednesday, the 7th of Gow, Horace Keay Rimington, George Arthur, B.A.
December. Greatrex, Bertram
Rider, John Edward Wage
Robertson, John Russell Thomson,
MANCHESTER LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.
The second meeting of the session of his society was held at the Law Gwydd, Jobo Crowtber, jan.
Robinson, William Charles Beasly Library, Mapobester, on Tuesday evening, the 15th ult., the obair being Hack, Thomas Rollason, Arthur Adolphus
occupied by J. W. Addlesbaw, Esq. A lecture was delivered by R. M. Hart, Tasker Peirson Rothwell, William Henry
Pankburst, Esq., LL.D., on "The Amendment of the Law of Bankruptcy, Harvey, Edwin John Rylance, William Turner
considered with reference to the Government Bankruptcy Bill." The Haswell, Jobo, M.A. Schofield, Thomas Henry
learned lecturer, in a very exbavstive and elaborate leotare, traced the Hathaway, Charles Scott, Harry
history of the Bankruptcy Law of England down to the Act of 1869, and Hayle, Edward Turner Shaw, John Mellodew
tben dealt with Mr. Chamberlain's Bill with whigh he in the main agreed.
He, however, offered soggestions upon several points not dealt with in the can assure you that it has been a labour of love to me to do my best accordBill and amendments upon other points. The lecture was discussed by ing to my ability, and to do it in such a way as to be acceptable to those who several members of the society and the learned chairman offered some terse had to practise before me. I am afraid I have not always succeeded in keeping and practical remarks both upon the lecture and the bankruptcy law is that even temper which is so desirable in a judge. I know I have an anxious general. Upon the motion of the chairman, it was resolved,' “ That Dr. temperament. I ask pardon of any whom I have offended, and I can assure Pankhorst be requested to allow the lecture delivered by him to night to be them that it has always been a subject of sincere regret to me when I have printed and published, and copies thereof to be sent to Mr. Chamberlain offended. I cannot but say and feel that if there be any duty which onght and Mr. Attorney and Mr. Solicitor-General.” Dr. Pankhurst replied at to be performed anxiously and carefully it is that of a judge. It is an office great length to the observations offered on the lecture, and a vote of thanks of great dignity; it is an office the holder of which is invariably treated with to the lecturer and the chairman broogbt the proceedings to a close. There great kindness and consideration; it is an office which may well satisfy a high were present nearly forty members, besides many friends.
ambition; it is an office, moreover, which gives great opportunity of doing good ; and, therefore, I am afraid I must add, of doing harm. But if a
judge will only listen patiently to the causes which come before him, BIRMINGHAM LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.
and do his best to understand them and decide them rightly, The sixth ordinary meeting of the autumn session of the Birmingham Law
then let even the defeated suitor 89e and understand that which. Students' Society was held in the Law Library, Bennett's-hill, Birmingham,
ever way the cause is decided-and, of course, whichever way it is de. on Tuesday, November 22, John Jelf, Esq., in the chair. The following moot
cided one of them must be disappointed-at all events he has been heard; and point was discussed: “ A. mortgages certain property to C. for £100, to be re
in criminal cases especially, if the party accused is heard impartially and dealt paid by instalments. B. joins in the mortgage as surety, and, together with
with kindlr, and a ferocious sentence does not follow, if, in cases where it is the A., covenants to pay the mortgage debt. A, makes a second mortgage of the
criminal's first offence, the judge speaks kindly to bim, much good may be done, property to D. A. keeps up the instalments till he has paid £50, when he
although often, no doubt, so good may be done, as in a case where, when I makes default. B. thereupon continues payment. When £20 only is still
was exhorting the culprit to repent and amend his life, he interrupted me by owing to C., D. claims to redeem the first mortgage upon payment of that
asking " How much?” Still, undoubtedly a judge has opportunities of doing sum. Is D, upon such payment entitled to possession of the deeds relating to
good, and small praise to bim if he so performs his duties as to do as much good the property as against thé surety?" The speakers on the affirmative side
as he can and display at least the ordinary good qualities of a judge. As to kind. were Messrs. E. C. Rogers, Thursfield, and Coley, and on the negative Messrs.
ness shown to the bar, of which the Attorney-General has spoken so hand, Lawden and Saunders. The chairman having sien med up, put the question
somely, I cannot really understand how it could ever be otherwise. It has been to the meeting, wben it was decided in the affirmative. A vote of thanks to
said, indeed, that Lethe often runs between the bench and the bar; but, if so, the chairman concluded the meetiog.
it certainly was to me a very narrow stream, and I have always seemed to myself as able to mingle with my old friends at the bar as before, and certainly there never was any difference in my feelings towards them when on the bench from what they were when I was myselp at the bar. And I should say
really that if a judge only wanted to enjoy his office with pleasure to himself, SIR GEORGE BRAMWELL.
the best way would be to try to bebave with kindness acd consideration to
those who came before him. I take this opportunity of thanking On Monday last a banquet was given at the Inner Temple Hall by the bar to
you (such of you AS belong to the former generation of the bar Sir G. Bramwell on his retirement from the bench. There were 250 members
Í may say) for your invariable kindness to me. I have now been on of the bar and twenty-six judges present. At the close the Attorney-General
the bench more than a quart-r of a century, and I can truly say that during rose to propose the health of Sir George Bramwell. He said :-I need not
that long period I have received nothing bui kindness from the bar, a kindness tell of the performance of his judicial duties, and how much he has con
which has made my office a pleasure to me and perhaps has helped me to hold tributed to the store of the unwritten law of England. I had rather tell you
it so long as I have done. I cannot recall to mind any instance of onpleasantthat we have gathered here to-night to meet an old friend and to convey to
ness, except, indeed, that once a very old and dear friend of mine provoked mo him how much we valge that old friendship. True, for more than a
so much and made me so angry ihat I actually threatened to commit him. quarter of a century he has fulólled judicial duties; but yet we have
And I remember that on my asking him afterwards what he would have done ever known that he always wished still to be one of us, and 89
if I had committed bimo, he answered promptly, “Move for zny own discharge.” we, at the bar, felt that, in spirit and sympathy, he still remained
I tbank, then, you of the past generation of the bar; but the majority of you among us. But what we valued most in him was this, that the youngest
have come to the bar since I left it, and many of you, indeed, have come into member of the bar ever felt that to him was shown the same sympathy, the
existence, I fancy, since then. I take this opportunity also of saying how same kindness which was sbown to the ablest and most experienced advocate
deeply obliged I feel to my late brethren on the bench for accepting the among us. How often have all of us had to recognize that when, by force of
invitation to be present here to-night. How glad I am to look back on the his inexorable logic, he has driven us into that much-loved dilemma, he was
many years passed with them and with their predecessors on the bench with prompt to hold out to us the hand, or, to be more characteristic of him, the
perfect goodwill and without the least unpleasantness. It is ended. It is finger of his friendship, in order to extricate us from the difficulty which was
over. I have resigned. I part with my friends at the bar and on the bench. overwhelming us. We all know, too, when necessity required that he should
I know it is so; I shall not see you as before. I do not lose your friendly strike an incisive blow with the sharp weapou of his speecb, how apt he was
regard, but I shall not see you as I have been so long in the habit of seeing to lessen the pain of the wound by the covering of an epigram. So we judged
you. It is sad! But I was obliged-not indeed that I am worn out, though bim, and so the public judged him too, who felt that his judgments were ever
if I was so I should be the last perhaps to see it; but I am sorry to part with you tempered with mercy, when he had to deal with errors, or even crimes, which
all. But in my recollections during the remainder of my lifo I shall have no sprang from the frailty of our nature. We know, too-the public know
thoughts so pleasant, so agreeable to me, as the recollection of tbis eveninghow severe he was when he had to deal with crimes which sprang
of your kindness and good will towards me. [Sir George sat down amid the from cruelty, so that he came to be regarded, as every judge ought most enthusiastic cheering.] to be regarded, as the hope of all that suffered and the dread of all that do wrong. [After an eloquent reference to the affection felt by the bar for Sir G. Bramwell, the Attorney-General concluded :-) I appeal to you, his old associates, and to you, his late colleagues, to you who bave practised before him, to make the assurance certain to him by the way in which you receive this toast, and tell him this, that your wishes are that he may long continue in life and health of body and mind; while we, on the other hand, may feel that while we lose the judge, we are not
NOTICE TO SOLICITORS. parting with a friend, to whom we heartily wish “ God-speed for the rest of his days. [Loud and long-continued cheering followed, amid which the
The cause books are not, on any pretext whatever, to be removed from whole company stood up and drank the toast, wbich was again followed by con
room No. 136, except under the custody of an official. tinued che-ring. ]
Solicitors desiring to enter causes are to bring the necessary papers Sir GEORGE BRAMWELL rose to return thanks, and his rising was the to one of the orders of course clerks, Room No. 138, who will enter them signal for the utmost enthusiasm. At last, silence being restored, Sir George on proper forms, and the cause books are not, for this purpose, to be said-Mr. Attorney-General, Lord Coleridge, my Lords, and Gentlemen of the taken into the orders of course room. Bar,-What am I to say in return for this unexampled honour? I declare I do If it is desired to mark a cause “ short ” at the same time that it is set nut know how to stand up before you—to present myself as deserving of this down, this will be done by the orders of course clerk on the production distinguished honour! I assure you it is not only to me a great honour, but of the proper certificate and consent, but in all other cases the cause it bas given me great pleasure, because I see bere the bar of England, or a clerks will mark the cause books, and they will also note in them all large portion of it, so large as to represent tbe whole-ant you, the bar of
abatements, consents, orders postponing the hearing, &c. England, represented by your bead, the Attorney-General-you, the bar of Eogland, a body whose good opinion I declare I value more than any other
No cause, &c., which has been in the paper, or is within twelve of the body of men in the kingdom-you, who knew me best-you, who had tbe
| last cause in the paper, is to be marked to stand over by consent. The best opportunities of knowing me-you have to-night assured me, through
name of the judge and the number in the cause books must be marked him, and in bis kind words, that in your judgment (and I trust it is true) I
on all consents left with the cause clerks. H. LATHAM, Registrar. have done my duty to the best of my ability, and that I have done it in such Chancery Registrars' Office, December 1. a way as to secore your approval. The Attorney-General has been pleased to assure me in your name that my conduct bas been such as to gain your good will, and I declare that if I had the choice whether to be a great judge or a good judge
CHANCERY REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. I should prefer the latter. I have received many letters, some from younger, some Vice-Chancellor Hall's Book having been improperly removed during the from older men--all mentioning that on some occasion or other I bave been past week, any person who is able to give any information which may lead to kind to them (occasions of which I often bad no recollection); but at least I its recovery, or to a discovery of the circumstances under which it has been
NEW ORDERS, &c.
removed from this office, is requested to communicate with Mr. Gloster or Mr. addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to the above. Friday, Jan 13, Hull.
at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims
WORKING Men's MUTUAL SOCIETY, LIMITED.-Hall, V.C., has, by an order dated Oct 5, As great inconvenience and expense has been caused by its abstraction, it is
appointed James Cooper, Coleman st bldgs, to be official liquidator. Creditors are hoped that all solicitors and solicitors' clerks will assist the officials in their required, on or before Dec 31, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars endeavour to guard against & repetition of such an act of misconduct,
of their debts or claims, to the above. Tuesday, Jan 31, at 12, is appointed for
hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims especially as it will be necessary, should any of the cause books again be
YORKSHIRE BREWERY COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Chitty, J., dated Nov removed, to curtail tbe present facilities of public access to them.
19, it was ordered that the winding up of the company be continued. Heritage and Dated, November 29.
H. LATHAM, Registrar.
[Gazette, Nov. 29.
presented Nov 23, directed to be heard before Bacon, V.C., on Dec 3. Enborough and Dean, Queen Victoria st, solicitors for the petitioner
[Gazette, Nov. 25.] County PALATINE OF LANCASTER.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
resented We are authorized to state that the Sheriff of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Nov 7, directed to be heard before Bristowe, V.C., at St George's Hall, Liverpool, on (Thomas George Gibson, Esq.) has appointed Mr. JOHN ATKINSON (of the
Dec 6. Ambler, Birkenhead, solicitor for the petitioner.
GUARDIAN PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY.-By an order made by Bristowe, firm of Stanton & Atkinson), solioitor, as his Uador-Sheriff for the ensuing V.C., it was ordered that the society be wound up. Boote and Edgar, Manchester, year.
solicitors for the petitioner
[Gazette, Nov. 25.]
MANCIESTER AND COUNTY INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on Sir John GEORGB INNES, barrister, has been appointed a Puisne Jadge
or before Dec 23, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their of the Sopreme Court of the colony of New South Wales. Sir J. Inpps was debts or claims, to John Merrett Wade, Fenwick st, Liverpool. Friday Jan 6, at 11, called to the bar at Lincolp'a-ion in Michaelmas Term, 1859, baving in the
at offices of the District Registrar, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims.
[Gazette, Nov. 29.) previous May obtained a first-class certificate of honour. He is a member
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, and bas held the office of
Moss Rose LODGE, Railway Inn, Rochdale, Lancaster. Nov 25 Attorney-General. He received the bonour of koightbood in 1874 in recog.
[Gazette, Nov. 20.1 nition of his services in connection with the annexation of the colony of Fiji.
Mr. ALFRED OXNARD SMITH, solicitor, of Dorham, bas been appointed a Magistrate for that city. Mr. Smith was admitted & solicitor in 1873, and is in partnership with Mr. John Watson, the registrar of the Durbam County Court. He is acting qoder-sheriff for the county of Darbam, and
CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY. be bas been mayor of the oity.
LAST DAY OF PROOF. Mr. JAMES HAWORTH, solicitor (of the firm of Haworth & Broughton), of FIRTH, Edwin, Huddersfield, Cotton Doubler. Dec 6. Firth y Firth, Chitty, J. John. Accrington and Barnler, bas been appointed a Commissioner to administer
Johnson, EMMA, Esmeralda rd, Bermondsey. Dec 3. Ashton v Matthews, Hogg v Oaths in the Supreme Coart of Judicature.
Johnson, Chitty, J Huntley, Tooley st Mr. CHARLES TURNER, solicitor, of Cambridge, has been appointed Clerk MANLEY, GEORGE, Wrexham, Denbigh, Hotel Proprietor. Dec 5. Williams v Jones,
Bacon, v.0. Hughes, Wrexham to the Cambridge Board of Guardians, Assessment Committee, and Rural
TAYLOR, WILLIAM, Liverpool, Warehouse Keeper. Dec 13. Pemberton v Taylor, Chitty, Sari'ary Authority. Mr. Turner was admitted a solicitor in 1876, and is J. Mason, Liverpool clerk to the magistrates for the Bottisham Division of Cambridgeshire.
TRUBLOVE, MICHAEL, Rye lane, Peckham, Licensed Victualler. Dec 15. Truelove v
Carter, Chitty, J. Lee, New inn, Strand Mr. CHARLES ALFRED COOKSON, barrister, has been created a Civil Com.
Gazette, Nov. 11.1 papion of the Order of the Barb. Mr. Cookson was educated at Oriel College, BARKER, GEORGE, Alsager, Chester, Engineer, Dec 15. Barker v Barker, Hall, V.C. Oxford, where he beld Dean Ireland's Exhibition, and gradnated second class
BURGE, JAMES DOBER, Henstridge, Somerset, Gentleman, and JOHN LONGMAN, exor, in classics in 1002. in classics in 1852. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Hilary
He was called to the bar at the loner sempre hlary Stalbridge. Doc 19. Gillard v Lawrenson, Hall, V.C. Trevanion, Poole; Bartlett, Term, 1867, and is a brother of Mr. Montague Cookson, Q.0. He was, in Sherborne 1874, appointed consol at Alexandria and judge of the British Chief Consular DYER, HANNAH, Witham. Dec 31. Dyer v Tattershall, Fry, J. Peace, Grocers' Hall Court for Egypt. The services rendered by Mr. Cookson during the recent
HOLDER, WILLIAM, Stowe, Salop, Farmer. Dec 15. Holder v Phillips, Hall, v.o. military émeute at Cairo will be within public recollection.
Gibbs and Llewellyn, Newport Mr. GEORGE PHILIPPO, Chief Justice of Gibraltar, who has been appointed
Howes, Mary Ann, Linden grove, Peckham. Dec 3. Chabot v Chabot, Bacon, y.C.
Washington, Trinity sq, Southwark Chief Justice of Hong Kong, in succession to Sir John Smale, resigoed, was JOYCE, Joun, Wimborne," Dorset, Pawnbroker. Dec 14. Joyce v Joyce, Chitty, J. called to the bar at the Middle Temple in Hilary Term, 1862, where he Rawlins, Wimborne obtained a first-class certificate of honour. He was appointed Chief Justice of KITCHEN, MARY, George st, Bethnal green, Cab Proprietor. Dec 8. Procter v Exton,
Bacon, V.C. Brunskill, Gt James st, Bedford row Gibraltar in 1879.
ROBINSON, MARY, Womersley House, Crouch hill. Dec 15. Robinson y Robinson, Fry, Mr. FREDERICK WILLIAM BIDDLE, solicitor (of the firm of Phelps,
J. Russell, Bedford row Sidgwick, & Biddle). of 18, Gresham-street, London and Lanheroe, the
RUTLEY, GEORGE, Queen st, Soho. Nov 30. Rutley y Rutley, Hall, V.C. Shiers,
Burleigh st, Strand Aveoue, Beckenham, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths Thomas, RICHARD, Kimberley Mines, South Africa. Mar 1. Thomas v Trahair, Fry, in the Supreme Court of Judicature.
J. Trythall, Penzance
v Blagden, Hall, V.0. Stone, Fenchurch avenue, Lime st
[Gazette, Nov. 15.]
EVERARD, PROSPER LEOPOLD, Bedford sq, Picture Dealer. Dec 31. NORTH SURRIDGE, ALFRED Henry Hunt, and ROBERT LLOYD WILLIAMS,
Hollender, Chitty, J. Beyfus, Lincoln's inn fields solicitors, Romford and Gray's Thurrock, E-sex, and Noe. 42 and 43, Lombard. NEWMAN, STEPHEN Moon, Bedminster, Bristol, Cabinet Maker. Dec 20. Newman v street, London. September 29. The practice will henceforth be conducted
Jaques, Chitty, J. Wasbrough, Bristol by the said Alfred Henry Hunt and Robert Lloyd Williams.
PIKE, GEORGE, Myrtle st, Hoxton, Gent. Dec 20. Bodell v Plke, Chitty, J. Villiers,
Field ct, Gray's inn
Chitty J. Watson, Stockton-on-Tees
Bank, Limited, v Smith, Fry, J. Smith, Wednesbury
v Shaw, Chitty, J. Jebb, Boston
WRIGHT, Thomas Pettitt, Buxa, India, Sorgeon-Major in H.M.'s Army, Dec 31.
[Gazette, Nov. 18. ] WINDING-UP NOTICES.
ATKINSON, JOJN, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Gent. Dec 30. Gibson Leadbitter v Willis,
Chitty, J. Brown, Newcastle-on-Tyne
KEANE, DANIEL, Lincoln's inn fields, Gent. Dec 31. Furber y Keane, Fry, J. Storry,
Lincoln's inn fields
LEMON, Robert, Stepney Green, Licensed Victualler. Dec 23. Lemon y White, Fry,
Chitty, J. Ikin, Lincoln's inn fields IMPERIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. -Kay J., has, by an order dated Sept ProUSE, SARAH ANN, Pall Mall. Dec 16. Dunville and Co, Limited, v Hicks, Bacon,
13, appointed James Cooper, 3, Coleman st bldgs, Moorgate st, to be offcial V.C. Arnold, Wellington st, Strand Liquidator. Creditors are required, on or before Dec 31, to send their names and Rose, Sir WILLIAM ANDERSON, Upper Thames st, Merchant. Jan 2. Rose v Rose, addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to the above. Thursday, Chitty, J. Rose, Salisbury st, Strand Jan 12, at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims.
[Gazette, Nov 22.] D INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. - Petition for winding up,
Belk, GEORGE, Nottingham, Solicitor, Dee 31. Marshall v Belk, Chitty, J. Travell, presented Nov 23, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Dec 3. Heritage and Co
Nottingham St. Clement's House, Clement's lane, solicitors for the petitioner
Brown, FRANCES Anx, and HENRY SLADE Brown, Westbury, Wilts. Dec 31. Pothe. TRAXES AND CHANNEL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED. --By an order made by Chitty,
cary v Little, Chitty, J. Smith, Lincoln's inn fields J., dated Nov 12, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Wyatt and Barraud,
BURGESS, HARRIETT, Church rd, Acton, Dec 30. Wise y Burgess, Chitty, J. Jarvis, Cannon st, solicitors for the petitioners
Gazette, Nov. 25.]
Lincoln's ing fields G. H. FLOOD AND COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by F
Burton, GEORGE, Dirtcar, nr Wakefield, Farmer. Dec 31. Burton y Burton, Fry, J. 18, the company was ordered to be wound up. Clarke and Co, Lincoln's inn fields, Burton, Wakefield solicitors for the petitioner
CARTER, JAMES, Haymarket, Licensed Victualler. Dec 29. Provident Clerks' Mutual IMPERIAL UNIOX ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.-Kay, J., has, by an order dated Sept Life Assurance Association v Dawes, Chitty, J. Stephens, Orchard st, Portman sq 13, appointed James Cooper, 3, Coleman st blags, to be official liquidator
LUXMOORE, JOHN CHAVE, Gloucester sg, Esq. Jan 2. Nainby v Nainby, Chitty, J. SORTH WALES CARRIAGE AND WAGON COMPANY, LIMITED.-Fry, J., has, by an order Hicks, Gray's inn sg dated March 26, appointed Edward Schubert, 32, St Swithin's lane, to be official Pitt, THOMAS Swallow, Sheffield, Lead and Glass Merchant. Dec 27. Fairburn Y liquidator. Creditors are required, on or before Dec 31, to send their names and Pitt, Fry, J. Smith Sheffield
RAYMENT. ELIZABETH, Pleshey, Essex. Jan 2. Rayment v Dowsett, Chitty, J. Bruty,
[Gazette, Nov. 25.]
CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 25.
FRIDAY, Nov 25, 1881.
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. ANDREW, JOHN, Whitby, York, Confectioner. Jan 31. Gray and Pannett, Whithy
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. ANDREW, WILLIAM, Billingborough, Lincoln, Blacksmith. Dec 31. Wiles and Smith,
To Surrender in London. Horbling
Esses, M , Brondesbury villas, Kilburn. Pet Nov 23. Brougham. Dec 6 at 11.30 Bolton, HARRIETT, Kingston-upon-Hull. Dec 14. Wilson and Son, Hull
Harris, George, Bonham rd, Brixton rise, Commercial Clerk, Pet Nov 23. Brougham. Bown, Susan, Weston-super-Mare. Feb 16. Slade, jun, New ct, Lincoln's inn
Dec 6 at 12 CLARKE, WILLIAM, Notting hill terr, Lieut.-General. Dec 31. Bowlings and Co, Essex
Paxton, George, Gloucester rd, Regent's park. Pet Nov 23. Hazlitt. Dec 7 at 11 st, Strand
Rivolta, John Ledbrooke, Southampton st, Bloomsbury, Solicitor. Pet Nov 22. Murray. CLARKSON, EUGENE COMERFORD, Paper bldgs, Temple, Q.C. Dec 31. Clarkson and Co,
Dec 7 at 2 Carter lane, Doctors' commons
Sharp, Arthur William, Chepstow villas, Bayswater, Artist. Pet Nov 21. Pepys. Dec DOWDEN, GEORGE, New Brentford, Coachbuilder. Dec 22. Ruston and Co, Brentford
7 at 12.30 DRAPER, ALFRED, Croydon, Hatter. Jan 1. Street, Lincoln's inn fields
Witherby, Francis, Warnford court, Throgmorton st, Stock and Share Broker. Pet GOURRIER, Rev. FRANCIS BONAVENTURE, Newnham-on-Severn, Gloucester. Dec 20.
Nov 21. Pepys. Dec 7 at 1 Willoughby and Winch, Lancaster pl, Strand
To Surrender in the Country. HATHERLEY, the Right Hon. Lord, Gt George st, Westminster. Dec 31. Field and Co,
Burt, Walter, Cromer, Norfolk, Schoolmaster. Pet Nov 17. Cooke, Norwich, Dec 3 Lincoln's inn fields
at 12 KING, HENRY, Abinger, Surrey. Hart and Co, Dorking
Evans, Peter, Liverpool, Engineer. Pet Nov 21. Bellringer. Liverpool, Dec 7 at 12 LAMB, John, Barnard Castle, Durham, Gent. Dec 15. Watson, Barnard Castle
Scowcroft, John Simpson, Deane, nr Bolton, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Pet Nov 23. MULLER, WILLIAM, Shenley, Hertford, Esq. Jan 1. Simpson and Co, Moorgate st
Holden.' Bolton, Dec 8 at 11 PARSONAGE, JOHN, Glazebrook, Lancaster, Farmer. Dec 19. Taylor and Sons, Bolton
Tait, John, Blyth, Northumberland, Patent Fuel Manufacturer. Pet Nov 18. Ingledew. SANDERS, Ann, Hornsey rd. Dec 31. Brown and Sons, Finsbury pavement
Newcastle, Dec 5 at 11 SANDERS, JAMES, Beanfort st, Chelsea. Dec 31 Brown and Sons, Finsbury pavement
Theakston, Álfred, Sutton, Surrey, Grocer. Pet Nov 19. Rowland. Croydon, Dec 9 SHUTE, Joux, Totnes, Devon, Cordwainer. Dec 17. Presswell and Son, Totnes
at 11 SILVERSIDES, WILLIAM, Riccall, York, Farmer. Jan 1. Gray, York
Weever, Edward Curston, Wem, Salop, Grocer. Pet Nov 21. Peele. Shrewsbury, SMITH, Dr. CHARLES, Sheffield. Dec 31, Smith and Son, si
Dec 6 at 11 SMITH, JAMES, Droxford, Southampton, Cordwainer. Jan 20. Hewitt, Bishop's
Westcott, Simon, Basingstoke, Hants, Surveyor. Pet Nov 16. Godwin. Winchester, Waltham
Dec 7 at 11 SMITH, REBECCA, Sheffield. Dec 23. Smith and Co, Sheffield
TUESDAY, Nov. 29, 1881. THOMAS, WILLIAM, Wooburn, Buckingham, Paper Manufacturer. Dec 19. Clarke,
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. High Wycombe
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. VARLEY, John, Over Darwen, Lancaster, Warehouseman. Nov 30. Hindle, Over
To Surrender in London. Darwen
Carnac, J Rivett, Cromwell rd, Kensington Pet Nov 25. Pepys. Dec 9 at 11 WATKINS, John, White Castle, Monmouth, Shoemaker. Jan 11. Baker, Abergavenny
Morgan, Edwin, Three Crown sq, Borough, Hop Merchant. Pet Nov 24. Hazlitt. WILLIAMS, MARY ANN ELIZABETH, Alma st, New North rd. Dec 25. Waller and Son,
Dec 14 at 12
Palmer, Joseph, Borough High st, Auctioneer. Pet Nor 24. Hazlitt. Dec 14 at 12
Windsor, William Gibson, St. John's terr, East Dulwich, Builder. Pet Nov 25. Pepys. Dec 31. Roy and Cartwright, Lcthbury
[Gazette, Nov. 22.]
To Surrender in the Country.
Evans, Robert, Cathays, nr Cardiff, Victualler, Pet Nov 23. Langley. Cardiff, Dec
12 at 10.30
Dec 16 at 12
Hustler, Richard, Coleford, Gloucester, Gent. Pet Nov 25. Davis. Newport, Dec 13
Knight, John, Bradford, Merchant. Pet Nov 25. Lee. Bradford, Dec 13 at 12
V. C. Bacon. V.O. HALL.
Mitchell, John, Huddersfield, Oil Merchant. Pet Nov 24. Jones. Huddersfield, Dec
15 at 11 Monday, Dec...... 5 Mr. Latbam Mr. Farrer
Mr. Cobby Newman, Charles Wright, Southtown, Suffolk, Builder. Pet Nov 25. Worlledge.
Great Yarmouth, Dec 14 at 11
Shoebridge, George, Sowerby Bridge, York, Pawnbroker. Pet Nov 22. Rankin.
Halifax, Dec 12 at 11
Jackson Wilkinson, John, Kettlewell, York, Farmer. Pet Nov 24. Lee. Bradford, Dec 13 at 12 Friday ................
FRIDAY, Nov. 25, 1881.
Liquidations by Arrangement.
FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS.
FRIDAY, Nov. 25, 1881.
Merivale Abrahams, James Hunt, Salisbury, Clothier. Nov 30 at 3 at offices of Josolyne and Co,
King st, Cheapside. Hodding, Salisbury
Adye, Arthur, New Swindon, Wilts, Clerk. Dec 9 at 12.30 at offices of Simmons and Co,
of Forster and Paynter, Alnwick At the Stock and Share Auction Company's sale, held on Friday last, at Atkinson, John, Bolton, Innkeeper. Dec 12 at 3 at Bolton Sale Rooms, Bolton, Hulton their sale-room, Crown-court-buildings, Old Broad-street, the following were
and Co, Bolton
Backhouse, Henry Mawson, and Hamor Backhouse, Bacup, or Leeds, Maltsters. Dec 7 amongst the prices obtained :-French Date Coffee £l shares, 158. paid,
at 12 at offices of Rooke and Midgley, White Horse st, Boar lane, Leeds 128. 60.; Cape of Good Hope Diamond Mining £5 shares, 49; Junior Banks,'Joshua, High Bentham, York, Grocer. Dec 7 at 1 at Royal Oak Hotel, High Army and Navy Stores £100 Debenture Bonds, 72 per cent. ; Tresaveap
Bentham. Thompson, High Bentham Mines £1 shares, 106., paid, par; Silver Peak Mining £1 shares,
Barton, Henry, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, Innkeeper. Dec 10 at 2 at Bush Hotel,
Carlisle Carrick and Co, Brampton fully paid, 11s. 6d. ; New Zealang Kapanga Gold Mines shares, Baynes, Thomas, Lamb st, Spitalfields Market, Fruit Salesman. Dec 15 at 3 at offices 7s. 8d. ; Spanish Three per Cents. 283 ; Call of Spanish Three of Lewis, Wilmington sq per Cents at 29; and oiber miscellaneous securities fetched fair prices.
Bearcock, George, Stow Bridge, Norfolk, Wheelwright. Dec 8 at 10 at office of Coulton
and Son, Athenæum, King's Lynn On Tuesday the following were amongst the prices obtained :Indian Beaumont, John, Pressland ter, Harrow rd, General Draper. Nov 26 at 11 at Bull Zoedone Company shares, 10s. paid, 28. 6d.; Sovereign Life Assurance Com Tavern, Holborn, Hyett, Manchester st, King's Cross pany sharer, 20s.; Pioneer Mining shares, 138. 60.; East Wheal Roge £1 Beynon, Thomas, Narberth, Pembroke, Coach Builder. Dec 10 at 11 at offices of Las
celles, Narberth, Pembrokeshire shares, 78. 60. paid, 58.; Indian Consolidated Gold Mines £l shares, 118. ; Birch, William, Hulme, Manchester, Baker. Dec 8 at 3 at offices of Heath and Sons, Capital Fire and Life Assurance Company £1 shares, 6s. ; Haven Gold Min. Swan st, Manchester ipg, 158. paid, 4s. ; Cooper, Box, & Company, £5 shares, £4 10s. ; Investors Bloor, Thomas Critchlow, Stanton, Ashborne, Stafford, Brewer's Agent. Dec 6 at 11 at
69, Stockwell st, Leek, Stafford. Redfern, Leek Co-operative Society, £1 A shares, 159. 60.; Great Southern Mysore Gold Min
Boon, Charles, Bristol, Builder. Dec 9 at 11 at offices of Salisbury, Broad st. Bristol ing £1 shares, 7s. ; amongst other securities Turks 71, Spanish 3 per cents., Boulton, George, Burton-on-Trent, Beerhouse Keeper. Dec 9 at il at offices of Wilson, Egyptian Preferences, Brighton Deferred, Metropolitan District, Reading New Station st, Burton-on-Trent Confederate Bonds, Rio Tinto, Indian Trevelyans, Glenrock, Phoenix, and
Brazier, Donald Bernard, Wolverhampton, Bicycle Manufacturer. Dec 19 at 11 at offices
of London, King st, Wolverhampton Rhodes Reels were dealt in at market prices,
Brooks, Cecil Cunningham, Catherine st, Strand, Printer. Dec 10 at 2 at offices of
Crowdy and Co, Serjeant's inn, Fleet st
Adelaide bldgs, London bridge. Duffield and Bruty, Tokenhouse yd
Brown, Henry, Southampton, Fishmonger. Dec 5 at 3 at offices of Harlow, SouthDec. 8.-Mesers. DEFENHAM, TEWSON, FARMER, & BRIDGEWATER, at the Mart, ampton bldgs, Chancery lane, Shutte, Southampton
at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground Rente, &c. (see advertise- | Browne, Charles Frederick, Woodbridge, Suffolk, Fancy Draper. Dec 13 at 2 at offices ments, Nov. 12, pp. 18, 19).
of Ladbury and Co, Cheapside. Welton, Woodbridge Dec 8.-Messrs. C. C. & T. MOORE, at the Mart, at 1 for 2 p.m., Freehold and
Budden, Frederick Alston, Bridport, Dorset, Grocer's Assistant. Dec 1 at 2 at offices
of Lock, High West st, Dorchester Leasehold Estates (gee advertisement, this week, p. 4),
Burnett, Charles Cade, West Hartlepool, Durham, Fruiterer. Dec 7 at 11 at offices of Dec 8.-Messrs. NORTON, TRIST, WATNEY, & Co., at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Free I Simpson, Church st, West Hartlepool bold and Leasehold Properties (seo advertisement, Nov. 12, p. 18).
Butler, Robert Joseph, Walton, Liverpool, Cab Proprietor. Dec 12 at 2 at offices of
E ty, Lord st, Liverpool
at offices of Howard and Co, New Bridge st WIY BURN Gas P-Adopt Chappuis' Reflectors. They supersede gas in daytime, and Campbell, Ewen Alexander, Birmingham, Draper. Dec 8 at 3 at offices of Buller and promote health, comfort, and economy. They are now in great use in private houses. Bickley, Bennett's hill, Birmingham For prospectus address two stamps to (S. J.) Chappuis, Patentee and Manufacturer, Carr. John, Thorrington, Essex, Licensed Hawker. Dec 8 at 4 at offices of Jones and 69, Fleet-street, London.-[Apyt.]
Son, Townhall chmbrs, Colchester