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A candidate, at the election of a town councillor, had omitted to file a declaration and statement of account in accordance with the requirements of section 21, sub-section 3, of the Municipal Corporations (Corrupt Practices) Act, 1884. He had published no_address and incurred no expenses in connection with his can idature, having been returned without opposition, but had omitted, as he stated on atlidavit, through inadvertence, to make any declaration and statement of account as required by the Act. Since his election he had taken his seat and voted as a t)wn councillor.

Ti-in Conar (HUl\DLBfiTON, B., and lllA.\‘lST\', J.) held that he should be excused from the penalties imposed by the Act. HUDDLIBTON, B., said that the Act required, not only a statement of account, but also a declaration of an extensive character as to the past and future acts of a candidate and other persons, and that declaration must be made. However, as the applicant in this case had given a sufllcient reason for his omission, he shouldbeheld excused from the consequences, and the time would be extended so that he might now make the declaration required by the Act. -Corsssn, Graham. Soiiciroas, Aldridyo, I7|orns, 4- Morris.

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The question in this case arose upon a prosecution under sections 75 and 80 of 24 8: 25 Vict. c. 96. The indictment charged the defendant with having, while being a trustee, under the will of S. Taylor, deceased, of a sum of £250, unlawfully and wilfully converted the same to his own use with intent to defraud. By section 85 of the same statute no person is to he exempt from answering questions, &c., in inter alia bankruptcy ‘proceedings by reason of anything in the ten preceding sections; an no person is to be liable in beconvicted of any misdemeanour in any of the said sections if, previously to his being charged with the ofienoe, e has first disclosed the act on oath in any compulsory examination before any court upon the hearing of any matter in bankruptcy. The point raised was as to the admissibility and value of evidence to rebut the fact that the bankrupt had first disclosed the offence in bankruptcy proceedings. The evidence at the trial shewed that the, bankrupt had received the £250 and had purported to create a charge therefor on certain property of his own, upon which there existed already a prior mortvlgage, the amount of which exceeded by £150 the value of the property. he prosecution then ut in the public examination of the defendant, who had been declaredp bankrupt. In that examination, on November 26, 1885, the defendant had admitted facts shewin the misappropriation of the £250. The prosecution then tendered the fofiowing evi. dance of G. F. Marshall :—“ [ am a solicitor. On January 9, 1885, I attended the first meeting of creditors of Gunnell held in London. Q. ‘After this meeting was there anything said to you with reference to £250, the subject of this indictment?’ A. ‘Yes.’ Q ‘ What was said?’ Objected to. Objection overruled. A. ‘ Andrews’ (defendant's solicitor) ‘told me that Gunnell had appropriated the sum of £250, and that he executed n. deed poll charging certain of his roperty with the repayment thereof.’ Q. ‘ Was Gunnell present?’ A. ‘lilo.’ " Lord Coleridge thereupon directed the jury that the defendant was a fraudulent trustee, and the jury found him guilty of the offence charged. The questions reserved for the consideration of the court were whether Marshall’s evidence was properly admitted and whether the judge’s direction to the jury was correct. It was contended for the prisoner that the evidence was not admissible at common law as bein merely hearsay evidence.

Tris Couar (Lord Conaainos, g.J., Dssuas, Hawxixs, S1-srnss and Dar, J J .) held that the evidence was not admissible. It rested on'me1-e gossip between two solicitors, and was quite insufficient to shew that the defendant's sp ropriation of this money was known prior to his disclosure of the fact on his public examination. The conviction must therefore be quashed.—CoimsaL, A. G. James, A. T. Lawrence, and Hon. .4. Lymlton. 5°u°"°"» T7" 7""-'"1‘i/; Tm! 6' Son, Worcester; Roberts Q Barlow.

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Iptthis case aii’important point was raised as to the meaning of the words dc; zainstcredit in the 31st section of thc _Bankrnptcy Act, 1883. The b:_en an vépss prosecuted under that section for the offence of, while boiphg anitip t clparged bankrupt under_ that Act, having obtained credit; 9 9! I1 Q £20 and upwards, without informing the erson from whom he obtained credit that he was an undischarged bangru t The defendant, who was an undischarged bankrupt trading at Leirgster on MB? 2_1- telegraphed to a firm named Kerr 8: Stevenson i.n Edinbui: h for price of potatoes, and on receiving a quotation from tliem in reply lie’ on May 22, wired to them as follows :—“ Send truck Magnums for sam Ile ‘i It was admitted in evidence that a truck meant in the trade 4 tonsp biit Kerr& Stevenson, not having a truck of 4 tons loaded sent two fmckg which they had then in hand, and which contained a'weight of 6 tons 5 Wt -°>qr=-, which. at 50=- s ton, would amount to £15 14s. 4d. These

goods were delivered to the defendant on June 2, when he signed the railway company's delivery book. On the 27th of hfay the defendant telegraphed ‘ Send truck Champions sample, forty shillings." In reply, a truck of 4 tons was sent and received, and signed for by the defendant

J on June 8. The defendant never made any complaint that more potatoes

had been sent than ordered, but on May 26 he had written asking for two or three more trucks to be sent, and promising to pay for the two trucks when weighed up. The value of the third truck ing £8, the value of all the potatoes received by defendant was £23 14s. 4d., no portion of which had been paid. The indictment charged the offence as having been committed on June 8. It was objected, on the defendant's behalf, that he had not obtained credit to the larier amount within the meaning of the statute, inasmuch as his first order eing for 4 tons at 50s. or £10, his whole order was for £18 only, but that such larger credit was forced upon him. The recorder overruled the objection, and the jury found the prisoner guilty. The question reserved was whether there was evidence to go to the jury. No one appeared for the prcsecution, but for the prisoner it was contended that “obtains credit" must refer to some antecedent act done by the prisoner, and inasmuch as at the time of the second order, May 27, he did not know that two trucks had been sent instead of one, according to his first order, he had not obtained the credit knowingly. In Rvg. v. Pours (34 W. R. 399, 16 Q. B. D. 646) the defendant knew he was ordering goods above the value of £20, and the only question was whether, having entered into a cash transaction, that could be called obtaining credit.

Ti-is Couar (Lord COLERIDGE, C.J., DBNMAN, HAWKINS, STIPHIN, and Dar, JJ.) held that the conviction was right. When the defendant received the last truck of potatoes he then knew that the value of the potatoes he had received exceeded £20, and when he accepted those goods without any objection he obtained credit as was explained in the judgment of the majority of the court in Itofy. v. Peters. They held that this case was entirely within the principle o that case.—Coi'nsni., A- T. Tollor. Souciros, Hood Burrs for Gu, Leicester.

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The applicaigts werphsolicitors for thizeplaintiffs din thifi case (mpfid 9 App. as. 71). ey were instruc to con uct t ree appeas y their clientsi who were fnaiiives of Ceyigon, grid were lLlCO88Bllll‘1 in one apfi unsuccessfu in two o t ese appea . eir costs in t e success appeal were taxed as between party and party against the Queen's Androcate at £317 l5s. 10d. ; and as soon asthey could they a plied to their c ‘eats for this sum, as well as their regular costs as b€i’,W86!l) solicitor and client. The clients refused to pay. The solicitors, therefore, in June, 1885, obtained an order to tax, and did tax, their costs before the registrar of the Privy Council, and sent their taxed bill to Ceylon for their agents to recover the amount. They were then met by an order, made under the General Rules for the Regulation of Proctor's Fees in the Supreme and District Courts of Ceylon, which enacts that no procl'or- i.e., solicitor in Ceylon—sha1l commence or maintain any action for the recovery of any fees, charges, Zr disbliliriements at law until the expiration of 011110 monttlli or more after e sha ave delivered unto the art char d t erewi or left for him, at his dwelling-house or last lags ofvabodefea bill of such fees, charges, and disbursements subscribed lay such proctor. To bring themselves within this rule the English solicitors then sent notices tr their clients of their intention to apply for a re-taxation of their bill ; and about two months afterwards they applied to the Privy Council for an order for re-taxation. The re ' trar refused to make an appointment as lg; was funclus qflicio. The solilditors thereupon applied to the Judicial

mmittee.

Tn: Coiznr (consisting of Lord Honuorss, Sir Bsauns Psacocr, and Sir RICHARD Coven) said that they did not see how a rule made in Ceylon for regulating th_e_practice or procedure in Ceylon courts_ could gpplg tphsolicitors praciiirilsipg in the Pipvy Coiancil ; but lthey getcillinedti

eie equesaonun iwas roer r‘ ; n eysa no reason for ordering the registlhrpto {lo Dtlllht falrlelpggin which he had already properly done merely for the sake of saving the applicants from a danger w ich might never ai'ise.—Coi'ssni., C'e‘ciI Clmpman. SOLICITORS] Balm" Q Naima.

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Oren! W¢-mm Railway Co. (17 Q. B. D. 215) was wrongly decided." Mr. V Temple in Trinity Tenn, 1872, and he has practised on the North-Eastern ire

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and was supported by Messrs. Adam Fox, P. T. Rhys, J. D. Crawford, Mr. Liddell is an Examiner of the Court, and junior prosecuting counsel C. W. L. Brewer, and W. G. Hawtin, and opposed by Messrs. G. A. to the Post Otflce on the North-Eastern Circuit. He was secretary to the

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OBITUARY. Mr. Hawkins was admitted a solicitor in 1849.

Mr. Ronsn-r WILLIAMS, barrister, died on the 7th inst. Mr. Williams en

was the eldest son of Mr. William White Williams, of Oxford. He was
born in 1843, and was educated at Magdalen College School. He
obtained a junior studentship at Christ Church, where he graduated first
in Classicsin1864, and he was afterwards elected a fellow of Merton
College. He was actively engaged for several years in private tuition, '5
and he was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Trinity Term, 1872. Mr.
Williams had devoted much of his time to literary work. He was a con-
tributor to the Exarniner, and he was also a leader-writer on the staif oi
the Daily Telegraph, and subsequently of the Smmiard. Although he was
not a member of an circuit he had at one time a con

Lord Hsuscruzu. has been elected treasurer of Lincoln’s-inn for the
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P . . . . ML A,mUM_Us FREDERICK GODSON, barrister’ n_P_‘ has been appointed ilsllllfld right to restrain reports was illegal, that a learned gentleman in

a Magistrate for Worcestershire Mr. Godson is the eldest son of Mr

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resswell Cresswell well understood that the judges had no power to re

Mr. Csaaus Enwsan Faasrrax, solicitor (of the firm ot Brook, Free- strain such reports, and therefore he appealed to the Legislature to give I113". & Batley), ot Huddersfield, has been appointed a Magistrate tor that them the power of doing so ; and Parliament refused the power. It is too borough. Mr. Freeman was admitted a solicitor in 1867. late now to ask Parliament to reconsider its decision.”

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. ~ m , appointed a Qommissjoner to administer Oatgs in the supreme Court of “That it is desirable to abolish the law of settlement and removal.’

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been in the direction of abolition, and whether a Inrther step should be taken towards the abolition was a mutter for great consideration. His own feeling in the matter was very much in the direction they desired. It would enormously simplify existing things and put an end to complications. He should be very glad it he could see l118 way to taking some action which would render the Act less obscure and put an end to the hardship which undoubtedly existed in consequence of the interpretation which had been put 11p0l\ ii.

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\Vednesday, January 26; Exeter, Saturday, January 29; Winchester, Friday, February 4; Bristol, Saturday, February 12. One Judge only will go to the first four places.

lllinaaso (Huddleston, B., and Field, J.)—Aylesbury, Tuesday, January ll; Bedford, Friday, January 14; Northampton, Tuesday, January 18 ; Leicester, Friday, January 21 ; Oakham, Thursday, January 27 ; Lincoln, Friday, January 28; Nottingham, Thursday, February 3; Derby, Friday, February 11 ; Warwick, Thursday, February 17 ; Birmingham, Tuesday, February 22. One judge only will go to the first nine places.

OXFORD (Manisty and Grantham, JJ.)—Reading, Monday, January 10; Oxford, Thursday, January 13 : Worcester, Saturday, January 15; Gloucester, Saturday, January 22; Monmouth, Saturday, January 29; Hereford, Thursday, February 3 ; Shrewsbury, Saturday, February 5 ; Stafiord, Saturday, February 12. One judge only will go to the first seven places.

Non-many (Hawkins and A. L. Smith, JJ.)—Carlisle, Tuesday, January 11; Appleby, Saturday, January 15; Lancaster, Tuesday, January 18; Manchester, Friday, January 21 ; Liverpool, Thursday, February 3. One judge only will go to the first three places.

Noam-Easrsmr (Cave and Day, JJ.)-Newcastle, Tuesday, January 4; Durham, Saturday, January 22 ;"York, Saturday, January 29 ; Leeds, Friday, February 4 One judge only will go to Newcastle.

Non-rn Warns (Stephen, J .) — Welshpool, Wednesday, January 12 ; Dolgelly, Friday, January 14; Carnarvon, Monday, January 17; Beaumaris, Thursday, January 20; Ruthin, Saturday, January 22 ; Mold, Tuesday, January 25; Chester, Thursday, January 27 ; Cardifi, Thursday, February 3. One judge only will go to the first six places.

Sonrri Warns (Wil s, J .)—-Haverfordwest, Friday, January 14; Cardigan, Monday, January 17 ; Carmarthen, ‘Wednesday, January 19; Brecon, Saturday, January 22; Presteign, Tuesday, January 25 ; Chester, Thursday, January 27; Cardifl’, Thursday, February 3. One judge only will go to the first five places.

Lord Coleridge, G.J., and Pollock, B., will remain in town.

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TOWNEND, LOUISA HARRIET, Charing, Kent. Jan 31. Cunliifes & Daven ort

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house. Country surv{;ys by arrangement. The Sanitary Engineering and Ven lation Company, llb, ictoria-street, Westminster. Prospectus Iree.—[ADv'I‘.

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BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. Londcn Gazefte.—FRIDAY, Dec. 10, 1886. RECEIVING ORDERS. ADAMS, HENRY, Bedford. Carpenter. Bedford. Pet Dec 7. Ord Dec 7 ANKERS, C1iAaLRs. Southport, Lancashire, Watchmaker. N autwich and Crewe. Pet Dec 8. ()rd Dec 8

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BRIEBLEY, EDWIN, Nottingham, Grocer. Nottingham. Pet 1 lec B. Ord Dec 8 CANNELL, ALBERT FRANCIS, Norwich, Tailor. Norwich. Pet Dec 7. Ord Dec 7

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DRUMMOND, Jone: NELSON, Kingston Hill, Artist. Kingston, Surrey. Pet Dec 4. Ord Dec 6

FORD. WILLIAM, Heath Town nr Wolverhampton, Bolt Manufacturer. Wolverhamston. Pet Dec 7. Ord Dec 7

FRENCH, OBN, Benwell, N orthumbelland, Builder. Newcastle on Tyne. Pct Dec 7. Ord Dec 7

FUGLI3‘I‘AIéLER, J UL1Us, Beckenham, Kent, Gent. Croydon. Pet Nov 10. Ord

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FUSSELL, Tnoius W., Plymouth, Clerk in Holy Orders. East Stonehouse. Pet Nov 25. Ord Dec 7

GLovRn, Axnnaw, jun, Btourport, Worcester, Accountant. Kidderminstcr. Pet Nov 30. Ord Nov 30

GOULD, SAMUEL APPLEBY, Stapleton, Gloucester, Commercial Traveller. Bristol. Pet Dec 7. Ord Dec 7 _

HA\VKfi3, Vg H, St Mary Axe, Telegraph Codist. High Court. Pet Nov 19. Ord

ec . HAYNE, TROIIAB, Bournemouth, Draper. Poole. Pet Dec 8. Ord Dec 8

HILL, EDWARD THOMAS, Pendleton, Lancasliire, Provision Dealer. Salford. Pet Dec 3. Ord Dec 6

HUTCIIINSON, WILLIAM, Park Gate, nr Rothcrhain, Butcher. Sheffield. Pet Dec 6. Ord Dec 6 _ _

J RLxs1.)WI5LI.IAJI, Holloway rd, Furniture Dealer. High Court. Pet Dec 6. Ord

cc J ENKIN8, J OIIN, Swansea, Stationer. Swansea. Pet Dec 7. Ord Dec 7

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OWEN, DAVID, Morriston, Glamorgan, Grocer. Swansea. Pet Dec 8. Ord Dec 8

PHILLIPS, MARY, DAvIn PHILLIPS, and Famous PRiLLIi>s, Blaonbowy, Cilrhedyn. Farmers. Carmarthen. Pet Dec 7. Ord Dec 7 PICKERING, RICIIARD, Hawarden, 1' aimer. Chester. Pet Dec 7. Old Dec 7

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FEE, TWO GUINRAS, for a sanitary inspection and report on a London dwelling

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g , uces er , BARTIéE’1'1‘, JsAM1gS ll€[eUR52A§,nI;‘o1‘l<estone, Boarding-house keeper. Dec. 17 at . 78 anga r, 0 esone

BENNETI‘, WELIAM HENRY, New rd, Chatham, Grocer. Dec 22 at 11.30. Ofi Rec, High st. Rochester

BLAMIRES STANSFIELD, Manningliam, Bradford, Draper. Dec 17 at 11. Ofi Rec,

' 31, Manor row, Bradford

BUXTON. WILLIAM, Chesterfield, Glass Dealer. Dec 18 at 11.30. Oii Rec. St J ames’s chbrs, Derby

DAYAOE, FREDERICK BYLEs, High Holborn, Tobacconist. Dec 17 at 11. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn

FRENCH, JOHN, Benwell, N orthumberland, Builder. Dec 21 at 2. Oi! Rec, Pink lane, Newcastle on Tyne

GLOVER, ANDREW, gun, Stourport, Worcester, Accountant. Dec 21 at 2.30. A G Hooper, Solic tor, Kidderminster

HERON, THOMAS, Chorlton u on Medlock. Manchester, Travelling Draper. Dec 17 at 2.30. Ofl Rec, Oggen's chbrs. Bridge st, Manchester

HILL, EDWARD THOMAS. Pendleton, Lancashire. Provision Dealer. Dec 17 at 3. Oif Rec Ogdens chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester _ _

HU'rcHINcs, BORERT COLEMAN, Wareham, Dorset, Solicitor. Dec 17 at 1. Red Lion Hotel, Wareham

JENKéNS, JOHN, Swansea, Stationer. Dec 18 at 10. Oti Rec, 6. Rutland st,

wansea

KINO. WALTER BURTON, Ipswich, Tar Distiller. Dec 17 at 12.16. Oi! Rec, 2, Westgate st, Ifiswich

MARSH, WILLIAM ARRISSON, Folkestone, Fish Salesman. Dec 17 at 2.30. 73, Sandgate rd, Folkestone

Moss, WILLIAM THoMAs, Stafford, Builder. Dec 1S at 11.30. Vine Hotel, Stai

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PARKER. gngnoz, Whitfield, Kent, Farmer. Dec 17 at 9.45. 32, St George's st,

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POWI.%8LAl\'tI;, BORERT, Barnstaple, Dairyman. Dec 20 at 12. King's Arms Hotel,

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RICIIABDSON,¥[‘HOMAS ROBERT, not now resident in England, Solicitor. Dec 17 at 12. 88. Carey s% Lincoln's inn

SEOWLER, WILLIAM DWARD, Freemantle, Hants, Mineral Water Maker. Dec 22 at 11. O11 Rec, 4, East st, Southangfiton

BOUTEB. SAMUEL, Hyde, Cheshire, Hat M er. Dec 20 at 2. Ofl Ree, Townhall chbrs, Ashton under Lame

TAPLEY. SAMUEL, Audlem, heshire, Thrasing Machine Owner. Dec 20 at 2.30 Off Rec, Newcastle under Lyme

THOMAS. LEv1. Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Innkeeper. Dec 18 at 3. Oflf Rec, 11. Quay st, Carmarthen

THORN. ALEEANDBB. Chelsea, Builder. Dec 21 at 12. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn

TREVILLION. C H, Iewisham rd, Kent, Glass Dealer. Dec 17 at 12. 109, Victoria st, Westminster

WHITE, JANE. Tonbridgset Wells, Boarding House Keeper Dee 17 at 2.30.

Spencer 8: Reeves, ount Pleasant, Toiibridge Wells '

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ROsE,DCHARI.Es, Harrold, Bedfordshire, Engineer. Bedford. Pet Dec 7. Ord ec SHELDON, GEORGE, Walsall, Potato Merchant. Walsall. Pet Dec 8. Ord Dec 8

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London Gazette.-—TUEsDAY, Dec. 1-L RECEIVING ORDERS.

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BAYNHAM, J AME3, Hereford, Seedsman. Hereford. Pet Dec 11. Ord Dec 11 BEAUMONT, FREDERICK EDWARD, Lound, Suffolk, Farmer. Gt Yarmonth. Pet

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BLAKE. J OB, St Helen's, Glass Dealer. Liverpool. Pet Dec 9. Ord D00 9

BOTTLE, HENRY ALEXANDER, Loughton, Essex, Farmer. Edmonton. Pet Dec 10. Ord Dec 10

CAs'rREY, WILLIAM. Wollaston, nr Stourbridge, Glass Cutter. Stouibiidge. Pét Dec 6. Ord Dec 6

CLARE, W ILLIAH BOULTON, Sheilield. Printer. Sheffield. Pet Dec 9. Ord Dec 9

CORDINGLEY, CHAm.Es WILLIAM, Tadcaster, Yorke, Ircnmonger. York. Pet Dec 9. Ord Dec9

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Hvomzs, JOHN, Woodehurch, Kent, Grocer. Hastings. Pet Dec 9. Ord D80 9

HUXTABLE. ARTHUR, Iliracombe, Wine Merchant. Barnstaple. Pet Dec 11Ord Dec 11

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JAcODsoN, LIONEL, Marylebone rd, Business Transfer Agent. High Court. P09 Dec 9. Ord Dee 9

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KING. THOMAS. and WILLIAM Kmo, West Hartlepool Smackcwners. Sunderland. PebDec 11. Ord Dec 11 '

KING. THOMAS. Tiflbllry. Wilts, Late Farmer. Salisbury. Pet Dec 7. Ord D82 9

LOCK. HENRY, Bournemouth, Traveller. Poole. Pet Doc 11. Ord Dec 11

MAsoN, HENRY, Jamaica rd, Bermondsey Confcctioner. High Court. Pet 00¢ 25. Urd Dec 10 '

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