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BELSHAW, ROBERT, Nottingham, out of business. Oct 30 at 11. Off Rec, CLIFTON, CHARLES, Oldbury, Baker. Oldbury. Pet Oct 14. Ord Oct 19
1, High Pavement, Nottingham BOOKER, JOHN GEORGE, Nottingham, Draper. Oct 29 at 3. Off Rec, 1, High DAVIES, RICHARD, Blaenllecha, Glamorgan, Carpenter. Pontypridd. Pet Aug 4.
ELLIS, JOHN WILLIAM, Conberton, Cambridge, Builder. Cambridge. Pet Oct BOWDEN, ALFRED TIDBALL, Newport, Mon, Saddler. Nov 1 at 12.30. Off Rec,
19. Ord Oct 19 12, Tredegar pl. Newport, Mon
Newcastle on Tyne. Pet Oct 5. BROOKS, JOSEPH, Radcliffe, Lancs, Painter. Nov 2 at 11.15. 16, Wood st, Bolton ELLWOOD, WILLIAM, North Shields, Saddler.
Ord Oct 19 CHANDLER, CHARLES, Luton, Butcher. Oct 30 at 11. Off Rec, 29, Park st West, FIELD, WILLIAM, West Bromwich, Brick Manufacturer. Oldbury. Pet Oct 9. Luton, Beds
Ord Oct 16
Pet COLLINS, JAMES PHILIP, Dovercourt, Essex, Builder. Nov 3 at 12.30. Pier Hotel, HANMER. LLEWELLYN, Timperley, Cheshire, Yarn Agent. Manchester. Harwich, Essex
Sept 21. Ord Oct 18
Ord CROSSFIELD, WILLIAM, FRANCIS JAMES CROSSFIELD, JOHN CROSSFIELD, and HAYNES, BENJAMIN, Clifton ter, Penge, Builder. Croydon, Pet June 26.
GEORGE CROSSFIELD, Arnside. Westmoreland, Joiners. Oct 30 at 11. Off Oct 15
HOPPER, CHARLES RICHARD, Kingston upon Hull, out of business. Kingston upon
HOWARTH, JAMES, Longwood, nr Huddersfield, Grocer. Huddersfield. Pet Oct FIELD, WILLIAM, West Bromwich, Brick Manufacturer. Nov 1 at 2. Off Rec, 15. Ord Oct 19 Colmore row, Birmingham
HULME, WILLIAM, Worcester, Hatter. Worcester. Pet Oct 20. Ord Oct 20 GLOVER, JOHN WILLIAM, Sheffied, Grocer. Nov 1 at 12. Off Rec, Figtree lane, JACKSON, WILLIAM THOMAS, Wetherby, Yorks, Grocer. York. Pet Oct 16. Ord Sheffield
Oct 16 HOPPER, CHARLES RICHARD. Kingston upon Hull, out of business. Nov 1 at 3.
KAY, JOHN, Hunslet, nr Leeds, Model Maker. Leeds. Pet Oct 18. Ord Oct 20 Off Rec, Lincoln's inn bldgs, Bowlalley lane, Hull HOROBIN, WILLIAM, Bradford, Drysalter. Oct 29 at 12. Off Rec, 31, Manor row, KILLINGBECK, WILLIAM, New Malton, Yorks, Innkeeper. Scarborough. Pet Bradford
Oct 14. Ord Oct 18 HOWARTH, JAMES, Longwood, nr Huddersfield, Grocer. Oct 29 at 11. Haigh & LARGE, CHARLES WILLIAM, Cornwall rd, Notting hill, Dentist. High Court. Son, solors, New st, Huddersfield
Pet Sept 21. Ord Oct 18 JACKSON, SARAH ANN, Nottingham, Lace Manufacturer. Oct 30 at 12. Off Rec, MORTON, THOMAS, Sheffield, Horn Cutter. Sheffield. Pet Oct 20. Ord Oct 20
1, High pavement. Nottingham JAMESON, GEORGE HENRY, Brockley, Kent, Surveyor. Oct 29 at 12. Off Rec, 109,
NEWTON, JOSEPH WALTER, Newport, I.W., Tailor. Newport and Ryde. Pet
Oct 2. Ord Oct 15
OXLEY, FREDERICK, Batley, Yorks, Furniture Dealer. Dewsbury. Pet Oct 11.
Ord Oct 19
RAINE, JOHN, Yearby, Yorks, Farmer. Stockton on Tees and Middlesborough.
ROBINSON, JOHN COLWELL, and EDWARD JAMES BAYLY, Liverpool, Bicycle ManuLANGLEY, EDWARD GEORGE, Gorleston, Suffolk, Licensed Victualler. Noy 2 at facturers. Liverpool. Pet Sept 25. Ord Oct 20 10.30. Lovewell Blake South Quay, Gt Yarmouth
ROWELL, JANE, Middle Brunton Farm, Northumberland, Widow. Newcastle on LISTER, JOSEPH, Dewsbury, Yorks, Rag Grinder. Oct 29 at 4. Off Rec, Bank Tyne. Pet Sept 10. Ord Oct 18 chbrs, Batley
Scott, EDMUND, and JOHN FREDERICK BECKETT, Myddleton st, Clerkenwell, LONGMAN, SYLVANUS PARTRIDGE, High st, Peckham, Butcher. Nov 3 at 11. 33, Jewellers. High Court. Pet Sept 7. Ord Oct 18 Carey st, Lincoln's inn
SHEARD, GEORGE HENRY, Mirfield, Yorks, Grocer. Dewsbury. Pet Oct 6. Ord MCGRATH, BERNARD, Liverpool, Provision Dealer. Nov 2 at 3. Off Rec, 35, Vic
Oct 19 toria st, Liverpool
SNOWBALL, JOHN, Pudsey, Yorks, Tailor. Bradford. Pet Oct 18. Ord Oct 13 MILLS, JOHN SAMUEL, Oldham, out of business. Nov 1 at 8.30. Off Rec, Ogden's TAYLOR, SAMUEL, Burnley, Lancashire, Auctioneer. Burnley. Pet Oct 16. Ord chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester
THISTLETHWAITE, WILLIAM, New Brighton, Cheshire, Cigar Merchant. Birken
head. Pet Oct 19. Ord Oct 20 NISBECK, GEORGE, Pontymister, Mon, Grocer. Nov 1 at Off Rec, 12, Tredegar TOWERS, WILLIAM, Cumberland, Farmer. Carlisle. Pet Oct 18. Ord Oct 18 pl, Newport, Mon
East O'CONNELL, WINIFRED, Carlisle, Milliner. Nov 2 at 12. Of Rec, 34, Fisher st, WATTS, JAMES, and JOSEPH Watts, Drewsteignton, Devon, Farmers. Carlisle
Stonehouse. Pet Oct 6. Ord Oct 18
London Gazette.- TUESDAY, OCT. 26.
RECEIVING ORDERS. ester PENN, EDWARD JOSHUA, Cardiff, Colliery Agent. Oct 29 at 2.30. Off Rec, 3, BICKMORE, STEPHEN JOHN, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, Builder. Nottingham. Crockherbtown, Cardiff
Pet Oct 21. Ord Oct 21. Exam Nov 16 PICKUP, THOMAS BARNES, Scunthorpe, Lincoln, Grocer. Nov 1 at 2. Hull In BIRCHALL, JOHN, Stapeley, nr Nantwich, Farmer. Nantwich and Crewe. Pet corporated Law Society, Lincoln's inn bldgs. Bowlalley lane. Hull
Oct 23. Ord Oct 23. Exam Nov 10 at 11 at Nantwich PRECIOUS, JOHN, Wetherby, Yorks, Innkeeper. Oct 29 at 12.30. Off Rec, York BLACKBURN, JOHN, Hunslet, Leeds, Miner. Leeds. Pet Oct 21. Ord Oct 21. RAINE, JOHN, Yearby, Yorks, Farmer.
Exam Nov 16 at 11 Nov 2 at 11. Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, BRAGG, THOMAS WILLIAM, Stoke upon Trent, Builder. Stoke upon Trent. Pet Middlesborough REED, RICHARD THEODORE, Swansea, no occupation. Oct 30 at 11. Off Rec, 6,
Oct 22. Ord Oct 22. Exam Nov 16 Rutland st, Swansea
BRISTOW, JOHN, Withington, Lancashire, Joiner. Stockport. Pet Oct 6. Ord
Oct 21. Exam Nov 11 at 11.30
BROMFIELD. CHARLES, Exeter, Manufacturing Stationer. Exeter. Pet Oct 23. SLEGG, HADAREZER (sep estate), Bishopsgate st Without, Builder. Oct 29 at 2.30.
Ord Oct 23. Exam Nov 18 at 11 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn
BROWN, GEORGE, Newport, Mon, Carpenter. Newport, Mon. Pet Oct 21. Ord SMITH, DANIEL, Temple Sowerby, Westmoreland, Clerk in Holy Orders. Oct 29
Oct 23. Exam Nov 4 at 11.30 at 4.30. George Hotel, Penrith
BURGESS, JAMES, Hunstanton St Edmund's, Norfolk, Baker. King's Lynn. Pet SNOWBALL, JOHN, Pudsey, Yorks, Tailor. Oct 29 at 3. Off Rec, 31, Manor row,
Oct 20. Ord Oct 20. Exam Nov 11 at 10.30 at Court house, King's Lynn Bradford
BUSH, JOHN, Gillingham, Kent, Schoolmaster. Rochester. Pet Oct 21. Ord Oct
21. Exam Nov 18 at 2 STEEDEN, THOMAS, Edgware rd, no occupation. Nov 3 at 12. Bankruptcy bdgs, CRANE, WILLIAM, Broadway, Westminster, Licensed Victualler, High Court.
Portugal st, Lincoln's inn
Pet Oct 21. Ord Oct 21. Exam Nov 24 at 11.30 at 34, Lincoln's inn fields circus, Exeter
CRUTCHLEY, HENRY HARDING, Kington, Herefordshire, Licensed Victualler. TAYLOR, SAMUEL, Burnley, Lancashire, Auctioneer. Nov 4 at 1. Exchange DAVIS, EDWIN CHARLES, Devonport, General Dealer. East Stonehouse. Pet
Leominster. Pet Oct 22. 'Ord Oct 22. Exam Nov 25
Oct 20. Ord Oct 21. Exam Nov 17 at 11
DAWKES, CHARLES, High st, Leamington Priors, Sign Writer, Warwick. Pet WARR, GEORGE WALTER, St Thomas rd, Seven Sisters' rd, Architect. Nos 3 at
Oct 22. Ord Oct 22. Exam Nov 16 11. 38, Carey st, Lincoln's inn
DE HOCHSTRASSER, HENRY, Upper Station rd, Finchley, Mercantile Clerk. WATTS, EDWARD, Aston Newtown, Warwickshire, Boot Dealer. Nov 1 at 11.
Barnet. Pet Oct 14. Ord Oct 23. Exam Nov 17 at 11 at Townball, Barnet Off Rec, Birmingham
DODD, HORATIO, Bishopsgate st, Merchant. High Court. Pet Sept 14. Ord Oct WILLIAMS, DAVID, Leeds, Grocer. Oct 29 at 11. Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
20. Exam Nov 26 at 11.30 at 34, Lincoln's inn fields WILLIAMS. THOMAS, Llanrwst, Denbighshire, Grocer.
EALDING, DANIEL, Folkestone, Cook. Canterbury. Pet Oct 22. Ord Oct 23.
Oct 29 at 1. Eagles Hotel, Llanrwst
Exam Nov 5 WOOLHOUSE, ENOCH, Ecclesfield, Yorks, Butcher. Nov 1 at 11. Off Rec, Fig
FOSTER, GEORGE, Cardiff, Builder. Cardiff. Pet Oct 23. Ord Oct 23. Exam Dec
7 at 2 tree lane, Sheffield WORKMAN, DANIEL WILLIAM AUGUSTUS. Dursley, Gloucestershire, Watchmaker.
FREEMAN, THOMAS, Smarden, Kent, Farmer. Canterbury. Pet Oct 19. Ord Oct Oct 30 at 3. Off Rec, 15, King st, Gloucester
21. Exam Nov 5 WORTHINGTON, WALTER, Tyldesley, Lancashire, Beerseller. Nov 2 at 3. 16,
FUNK, HENRY, Commercial rà, Grocer. High Court. Pet Sept 7. Ord Oct 22. Wood st, Bolton
Exam Nov 26 at 12 at 34, Lincoln's inn fields
HALLILEY, ROBERT THOMAS, Manchester. Manchester. Pet Oct 6. Ord Oct 21.
Exam Nov 15 at 11 ADCOCK, JONATHAN, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, Cottager. Lincoln. Pet Oct
HAMMOND, WALTER SCOTT, and JOHN EDWARD HAMMOND, Noel st, Soho, Book20. Ord Oct 20
binders. High Court. Pet Oct 19. Ord Oct 22. Exam Dec 3 at 11.30 at 34, ANTHONY, FRANCIS, Birmingham, Draper. Birmingham. Pet Oct 13. Ord Oct 18
Lincoln's inn fields ATKINSON, JOHN EDWARD, Sheffield, Joiner. Sheffield. Pet Oct 19. Ord Oct 19
HAWTON. EDMUND, Landport, Hampshire, Outfitter. Portsmouth. Pet Oct 23.
Ord Oct 23. Exam Nov 8 at 12 BELLERRY, HENRY, Stockton, Innkeeper. Stockton on Tees and Middlesborough. HILLE, FRITZ, Chiswick. Brentford. Pet Aug 19. Ord Oct 21. Exam Nov 23 BELLIS, JOHN, Liverpool, Coal Merchant. Liverpool. Pet Aug 31. Ord Oct 20
JOHN, CHARLES, Cardiff, Hat Manufacturer. Cardiff. Pet Oct 5. Ord Oct 19. BENNETT, JOHN, Liverpool, Provision Broker. Liverpool. Pet Sept 25. Ord
Exam Dec 7 at 2 Oct 18
NOYES, JAMES, Alfred pl, Tottenham ct rd, Milliner. Greenwich. Pet Oct 22. BEESON, HENRY, Sheffield, Refreshment House Keeper. Sheffield. Pet Oct 18.
Ord Oct 22. Exam Nov 19 at 1 Ord Oct 18
PARRY. JOHN, Briton Ferry, Glamorgan, Moulder. Neath, Pet Oct 23. Ord Oct BLEWETT, JOHN, St Neot, nr Liskeard, Farmer. East Stonehouse. Pet Oct 5.
23. Exam Nov 5 at 10 30 at Townhall, Neath Ord Oct 18
PHELPS, CHARLES, Cardiff, Fruiterer. Cardiff. Pet Oct 21. Ord Oct 21. Exam BOWDEN, ALFRED TIDBALL, Newport, Mon, Saddler. Newport, Mon. Pet Oct PYETT, WILLIAM, Esher, Surrey, Tailor. Kingston, Surrey. Pet Oct 19. Ord
18. Ord Oct 19 BRIDGE, FREDERICK, Oxford rd, New North rd, Islington, Corn Dealer. High REYNOLDS, THOMAS HENRY, Willington, Durham, Grocer. Durham. Pet Oct 23.
Oct 19. Exam Nov 12
Ord Oct 23. Exam Nov 23 at 2.30
Pet Oct 4. ROBERTS, EDWARD, Newport, Mon, Grocer. Newport, Mon. Pet Oct 21. Ord CLARIDGE, GEORGE, Earl's Barton, Northampton, Boot Manufacturer. North- ROBERTS, JOSEPH, Tipton, Stafford, Bootmaker. Dudley. Pet Oct 11. Ord Oct ampton. Pet Oct 16. Ord Oct 18
12. Exam Nov 4 at 11
ROBINSON. MARK, Stratford upon Avon, Saddler. Warwick. Pet Sept 23. Ord RANDALL, CHARLES, Newark upon Trent, Glass Dealer. Nov 2 at 11. Off Rec, 1'
High pavement, Nottingham
High Court. Pet Oct 20. Ord Oct 20. Exam Nov 23 at 11.30 at 34, Lincoln's pl, Newport, Mon
ROBERTS, JOSEPH, Tipton, Staffs, Bootmaker. Nov 4 at 10.30. Off Rec, Dudley
ROBSON, GEORGE, Liverpool, Contractor. Nov 3 at 3. Off Rec, 35, Victoria st,
ROYLE, JOHN, Sheffield, Butcher. Nov 3 at 1. Off Rec, Figtree lane, Sheffield
ruptry bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn
1, High pavement, Nottingham
Oct 13. Ord Oct 20. Exam Nov 3 at 11.15 at Temperance Hall, Pembroke pavement, Nottingham
SNEATA, MATTHIAS, Harringworth, Northampton, Farmer. Nov 5 at 3. 28 Friar
TAYLOR, ROBERT, Mildenhall, Suffolk, Coach Builder. Nov 4 at 12. Guildhall,
TAYLOR, ROBERT FREDERICK STOPFORD, Leicester, Surgeon. Nov 4 at 12. 25,
THISTLETHWAITE, WILLIAM, New Brighton, Cheshire, Cigar Merchant. Nov 3
THOMAS, GEORGE LLOYD, Newport, Mon, Draper. Nov 5 at 12. Off Rec, New-
port, Mon Ord Oct 22. Exam Dec 7
VAUGHAN, JOHN, Merthyr Tydfil, Minister. Nov 3 at 11. Off Rec, Merthyr WATTS, WILLIAM GEORGE, Ormskirk, Lancashire, Music Dealer. Liverpool. Tydfil
Pet Oct 23, Ord Oct 23. Exam Nov 4 at 11 at Court house, Government WAYRE, ALEXANDER, Oxford st, Furrier. Nov 4 at 12. Bankruptcy bldgs, Porbldgs, Victoria st, Liverpool
tugal st, Lincoln's inn WEBB, ALFRED ISAAC, Buckingham, Shoe Maker. Banbury. Pet Oct 21. Ord WEBSTER, HENRY CARPENTER, Bodmin, Cornwall, Tailor. Nov 2 at 2. New Oct 21. Exam Nov 16
London Hotel, Exeter WRIGHT, JAMES, Hendon, Nurseryman. Barnet. Pet Sept 7. Ord Oct 20. WOOD, MARY ANNA MARIA ELIZABETH, and MARY ALICE WOOD, Shrewsbury, Exam Nov 17 at 11 at Towhall, Barnet
Schoolmistresses. Nov 16 at 11. Law Society, Talbot chbrs, Shrewsbury The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the YORK, JOHN BENNETT, Horfield, Gloucester, Farmer. Nov 3 at 12. Off Rec, London Gazette of Oct 22.
Bank chbrs, Bristol
BEETON, ELIZABETH, Rattlesden, Suffolk, Shopkeeper. Bury St Edmunds. Pet ANDERSON, CHARLES FRANCIS, Boston, Lincoln, Feather Purifier. Nov 4 at 12. Oct 19, Ord Oct 23
Off Rec, 48, High st, Boston Atkinson, JOHN EDWARD, Sheffield, Joiner. Nov 3 at 11.30. Of Rec, Figtree BELLY EDWARD. Bootle, nr Liverpool, Commission Agent. Liverpool. Pet Sep
BELSHAW, RÓBERT, Nottingham, out of business. Nottingham. Pet Oct 16. Ord BAILLIE, WILLIAM EARNSHAW, and CHARLES KNOWLES, Blackfriars rd, South
Oct 21 wark, Ironmongers. Nov 3 at 11. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's BENNETT, JAMES WILLIAM, and JOHN EDWARD BENNETT, Leeds, Merchants. inn
Leeds. Pet Sept 28. Ord Oct 22 BEETON, ELIZABETH, Rattlesden, Suffolk, Shopkeeper. Nov 2 at 12. Off Rec, BENNETT, WILLIAM JAMES, Farnan rd, Streatham, Commercial Clerk. WandsIpswich
worth. Pet Sept 23. Ord Oct 21 BICKMORE, STEPHEN JOHN, Bingham, Nottingham, Builder. Nov 4 at 11. Off BLACKBURN, JOHN, Leeds, Miner. Leeds. Pet Oct 21. Ord Oct 22
Rec, 1, High pavement, Nottingham
BRODRICK, ARTHUR, Old Kent rd, Timber Merchant. High Court. Pet Oct 4.
Ord Oct 21 BOWIE, FRANCIS, College avenue, Lower Clapton, Builder. Nov 3 at 2.30. 33,
BROOKS, JOSEPH, Radcliffe, Lancashire, Painter. Bolton. Pet Oct 20. Ord
BROWN, GEORGE, Newport, Mon, Carpenter. Newport, Mon. Pet Oct 21. Ord
BUSH, JOHN, Gillingham, Kent, Schoolmaster. Rochester. Pet Oct 21. Ord Oct 21 BUTT, THORNTON, Bristol, Grocer. Nov 3 at 3. Off Rec, Bank chbrs, Bristol
BUTT, THORNTON, Bristol, Grocer. Bristol. Pet Oct 20. Ord Oct 22
COLDICUTT, CHARLES EDWARD, Burghfield, Berks, Farmer. Reading. Pet Sept CLAY, GEORGE WILLIAM, Faversham, Baker. Nov 5 at 10. 52, St George's st,
28. Ord Oct 20 Canterbury
CONOLLY, SUSANNAH, Lowestoft, Smackowcer. Gt Yarmouth. Pet Sept 24. COLCOCK, WILLIAN HENRY, Clifton, Ale Merchant. Nov 3 at 12.30. Off Rec,
Ord Oct 22
Cook, FRANCIS, Luton, Beds, Straw Hat Maker. Luton. Pet Oct 7. Ord Oct 23 Davis. EDWIN CHARLES, Devonport, General Dealer. Nov 4 at 11. Off Rec, 18, DYROFF, ADOLPHE, Crutched Friars, Wine Merchant. High Court. Pet Aug Frankfort st, Plymouth
25. Ord Oct 21 EALDING, DANIEL, Folkestone, Cook. Nov 3 at 3.30. 78, Sandgate rd, Folkestone FINCH, JOHN, and JOHN HENY FINCH, Dudley, Worcestershire, Fender Makers. EASTERBROOK, WALTER, sep estate, Upper Knowle, nr Bristol, Signal Maker.
Dudley. Pet Sept 21. Ord Oct 18
FOSTER, GEORGE, Cardiff, Builder. Cardiff. Pet Oct 28. Ord Oct 23
Ord Oct 22 FAIRER, GEORGE (sep estate), Sunderland, Fishmonger. Nov 3 at 3.30. Law
JAMES, JOHN WILLIAM, Morecambe, Lancashire, Fancy Goods Dealer. Preston. Society, 32, John st, Sunderland
Pet Oct 7. Ord Oct 22
KIRKWOOD, GEORGE, Cumberland, Auctioneer. Cockermouth and Workington.
KNIGHT, ROBERT, Kilvington Rectory, Notts, Olerk in Holy Orders. Nottingham. HANNAFORD, GEORGE HENRY (sep estate), Terrace, Chiswick, Signal Maker. Pet Oct 16. Ord Oct 22 Nov 2 at 11.30. 28 and 29, St Swithin's lane
LANGLEY, EDWARD GEORGE, Gorleston, Suffolk, Licensed Victualler. Great HAWTON, EDMUND, Landport, Hants, Outfitter. Nov 4 at 12.30. Chamber of Yarmouth. Pet Oct 12. Ord Oct 22 Commerce, 145, Cheapside
MILLER, WILLIAM Earox, Howden, Yorkshire, Draper. Kingston on Hull. HILL, HENRY EDWARD, Clee, Lincoln, Auctioneer. Nov 2 at 11.30. Off Rec, 3,
Pet Oct 4. Ord Oct 23 Haven st, Gt Grimsby
MORTER, FREDERICK, Norwich, Ticket Writer. Norwich. Pet Oct 20. Ord HILL, JOHN EDWARD, Sutton, Surrey, Photographer. Nov 4 at 12. Bankruptcy
Oct 22 bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn
MUNDAY, CHARLES, Luton, Bedfordshire, Straw Hat Manufacturer. Luton. Pet
Southgate chbrs, Wakefiela
MYNERS, JOHN CHARLES, Exeter, Bootmaker. Exeter. Pet Oct 7. Ord Oct 21
NATHANSEN, MICHAEL, Newcastle on Tyne, Cattle Salesman. Newcastle on Bristol
Tyne. Pet Sept 24. Ord Oct 22 HUTCHBY, WILLIAM, Whitehorse rd, Thornton heath, Tea Dealer. Nov 3 at 3.
NOYES, JAMES, Alfred pl, Tottenham ct rd, Milliner. Greenwich. Pet Oct 22.
Ord Oct 3
O'CONNELL, WINIFRED, Carlisle, Milliner. Car)isle. Pet Oct 19. Ord Oct 23 3.30. Off Rec, Ogden's chbrs, Bridgest, Manchester
PADDOCK, WILLIAM, Old Caynton, nr Newport, Farmer. Stafford. Pet Oct 14.
ROBERTS, EDWARD, Newport, Mon, Grocer. Newport, Mon. Pet Oct 21. Ord
Oct 22 NICHOLSON, JANEs, ard 'FAIRER GEORGE, Sunderland, Fishmongers. Nov 3 at
ROBERTS, JOSEPH, Tipton, Stafford, Boot Maker. Duiley. Pet Oct 11. Ord Papporter BILLIAM. Newport, Balop, Farmer. Nov 3 at 11.30. County court, ROBINSON, STEPHEN, Gt Hallingbury, Essex, Farmer. Hertford. Pet Sept 21. PARRY, JOHN, Briton Ferry, Glam, Moulder. Nov 5 at 10. Castle Hotel, Neath
SEANOR, SAMUEL EXLEY, Leeds, Hackle Maker. Leeds. Pet Oct 21. PLOWBIGHT, WILLIAM, Upton, Notts, Farmer. Nov 2'at 3. Of Rec, 1, High SIMMONS, 23AMUEL JAMES, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Smackowner. Gt Yarmouth. Pet PRINCE, GEORGE, Leeds, Whitermith. Nov 3 at 11. Of Rec, St Andrew's chbrs, L'ADMAN, RICHARD, N ormanton, Derby, Builder. Derby. Pet Sept 23. Ord 22, Park row, Leeds
CASES REPORTED THIS WEEK.
includes applications for discovery and interrogatories, &c., but
without asking for liberty to apply, requires a 10s. fee, as coming 27 under order 30, and not under ord. 54, r. 9. The practice hitherto
prevalent in the Queen's Bench Chambers of getting an “omnibus"
summons issued for 3s., by omitting the “liberty to apply," will, 25 therefore, now cease, and every summons including several matters 38 will be charged 10s., and require a four-day return.
In the Solicitors' Journal. An Application for a Rule for a
Mandamus, In the Matter of 29 Coleman v. Llewellyn
26 Collier v. Chadwick ....
28 Ebrard v. Gassier
80 France, Re, France v. Clark
28 Gray, Re, Acason v. Greenwood 28 Hall v. Comfort
29 Harris v. Rothwell ................
27 Huggins v. Jeffries .................
29 Hunt v. Archer
27 Jones, Re, Greene v. Gordon .. 28 Loder, Re
28 Pierce v. Williams (Jones, Claimant) 29 Reeve v. Fowle
29 Sailing Ship“ Garston” Co. v.
Hickie, Borman, & Co.............. 27 Shoreditch Election, Re
80 Wadsworth, Re, Rhodes v. Sugden 30
Wilson and Greene, Re
In the Weekly Reporter.
and Coal Co...,
Western Railway Co., Ex parte.
In re McHenry
30 20 29 26
THE PRESENT SITTINGS have not commenced auspiciously for bill of sale holders. Last week two important decisions were
given by the Court of Appeal invalidating bills of sale on the 17 usual ground that they were not “in accordance with the form."
In one of them (Hughes v. Little, ante, p. 9) the bill of sale was given by way of indemnity to the grantee on his becoming surety for the grantor, and the decision amounts to this, that inasmuch as in such transactions it is obviously impossible to specify the exact sum which the grantor will become liable to pay to the grantee on the indemnity, or the exact time of payment, the transaction cannot be brought within the four corners of the form, and so is void as a bill of sale. In the other case (Blaiberg v. Beckett, ante,
p. 9) the bill of sale contained a clause that, upon any sale by the The Solicitors' Journal and Reporter. grantee, the purchaser should not be bound to inquire whether
there had been any default by the grantor. This clause was held LONDON, NOVEMBER 6, 1886.
to render the bill of sale void, as not being a clause either for the " maintenance" “ defeasance” of the security. This, we
believe, is not an uncommon provision in bills of sale. The CURRENT TOPICS:
practical effect of the numerous decisions invalidating bills of
sale has, it is understood, been to raise enormously the rate of MR. JUSTICE Kar has announced that he will continue the interest charged on such securities. hearing of adjourned summonses during next week, in order to reduce the heavy list as far as possible before taking non-witness actions and further considerations.
SPEAKING of Lord MONKSWELL last week, we mentioned that his name did not appear in PULLING's list of serjeants, though we believed that he was styled a serjeant in the Gazette. The facts
appear to be these: The Gazette of November 7th, 1871, contains WE UNDERSTAND that it is in contemplation to issue a direction the following entry :-"Crown Office, November 7th, 1871. Her that an order giving leave to serve a writ out of the jurisdiction at Majesty has been pleased, by Letters Patent under the Great Seal, a particular place, may also allow the writ to be served within a to constitute and appoint Sir ROBERT PORRETT COLLIER, Knight, prescribed radius of the place named. It was recommended in the Serjeant-at-Law, one of the Justices of the Court of Common Direction of the Senior Registrar (30 SOLICITORS' JOURNAL, 658) on Pleas." So far this appears regular enough. But on turning the subject of time for entering appearance after service out of the to a Gazette of later date—that of December 1st, 1871– jurisdiction, “ to allow a certain area for service."
we find this entry : “Crown Office, November 30th, 1871. Her Majesty has been pleased, by a writ under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, to call WILLIAM ROBERT GROVE, Esq., one of
Her Majesty's Counsel learned in the law, to the state and degree IT HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED this week that the special licence of a Serjeant-at-Law. Her Majesty has also been pleased, by necessary to enable a Queen's Counsel to appear in court to defend Letters Patent under the Great Seal, to constitute and appoint a prisoner, which has hitherto been signed by the Queen personally, WILLIAM ROBERT Grove, Serjeant-at-Law, one of the Justices of is, in future, to be granted by the Home Secretary, and, wo Her Majesty's Court of Common Pleas." It is certain that the presume (although this is not stated), that a similar course is to be late Lord MONKSWELL was never admitted a member of Serjeant'sadopted in the case of all licences for employment of a Queen's inn, nor received any share of the purchase-money when that inn Counsel in a cause against the crown. "As the licence, at all was sold and the profits divided. What was the reason of Mr. events, in the case of criminal trials, is never refused, the only Justice Grove's call as serjeant being gazetted, while that of Mr. object of retaining the formality must be the fees connected with Justice Collier was not, while at the same time Mr. Justice the application. At the close of the last century the expense of COLLIER was styled a serjeant? The only reason that suggests obtaining the licence is stated to have been about £9 (see Chris- itself is that a writ calling Sir R. COLLIER to the degree of serjeant can tell us what it costs at the present day. tian's Blackstune, 12th ed., p. 27, note (2) ); perhaps some reader was made out, but was never publicly executed in open court
(with the quaint ceremony which was last gone through when the present Lord Chief Justice of England received his appointment), so that, as the philosopher of Greek comedy was within and yet
not within" when his clients called upon him, so the late Lord TIN 18STING a summons, including several matters, in the Queen's MONISWELL was and was not a serjeant, when the problem was Bench Chambers in cases where the summons also asked for the how to qualify for a judge by having been serjeant, and yet by not usual liberty to apply-viz.,
“that either party be at liberty, having been serjeant avoid the payment of some £400 in fees to without further summons, to apply to the master for further Serjeant’s-inn. directions, such application to be made upon two clear days' notice to be serred upon the other party”-it has been customary to charge a 108. fee and give a four-day return, as being a summons
IT MAY BE DOUBTED whether the law as to the right of the for directions under R. 8. O., 1888, XXX.; but in cases where the Bishop of London to prevent Mr. Hawels from preaching in the su mamons included several matters, but without asking for liberty City Temple is so clear as it is generally supposed to be. The Act to apply subsequently without further summons, the practice has of Uniformity, which has been cited as concluding the matter, has as being a summons in several matters under R. 8. c., 1888, directed at the securing of uniform services conducted by properly
end is silent as to the conduct of such persons elsewhere. And we THE DECISION of the Queen's Bench Division on the application have searched in vain for any reported case which has gone the for a mandamus against Mr. BENNETT, the police magistrate, to length of laying down as illegal the mere preaching, unaccom- state a case has, we suppose, practically settled the question when
" within the words panied by the celebration of other ordinances, by a clergyman a dog is “not under the control of any person in a Dissenting chapel. The canon most in point is the 71st, of the Dogs Act, 1871. The rule laid down by the court appears whereby it is provided that “no minister shall preach or to have been that the question whether a dog is or is not "under administer the Holy Communion in any private house"; and control” is one of fact only to be decided by the magistrate, and
he case most in point appears to be Trebec v. Keith (2 Atk. according to Lord COLERIDGE, the fact that :2 dog is neither muzzled 498), decided in 1742, in which Lord HARDWICKE said that nor led is, “in the absence of very positive evidence to the “there is no pretence for preaching without licence from the contrary,” sufficient to prove that it is not “under control.” The bishop," and that, though it is not necessary "for a minister to other judges appear to have concurred in this view, but Mr. Justice have licence from the bishop for each particular case, the bishop | STEPHEN apparently thought that the fact that a dog is neither may suspend him wholly where he is irregular.” But a place muzzled nor led is conclusive proof that it is not "under control,” like the City Temple could hardly be deemed a " private inasmuch as dogs are “insensible to moral influences”; which house" within the meaning of the 71st canon; and Trebec remark appears, at all events, to be conclusive proof that Mr. v. Keith, like Moysey v. Hillcoat (2 Hagg. 30) and other Justice STEPHEN has never kept a dog. The proper course for the cases in relation to unconsecrated proprietary chapels, was a case future will be for the local authority making an order under the where full services had evidently been conducted. What Mr. Dogs Act to state explicitly in such order that all dogs in public HAWEI8 proposed would, no doubt, have contravened the spirit of places must be either muzzled led, so as to give fair warning to the ecclesiastical law, which (see Act of Uniformity, 14 Car. 2, the public, instead of following the misleading course hitherto c. 4, s. 18, and Act of Uniformity Amendment Act, 1872, 35 & 36 adopted of merely stating that no dogs not under the control of Vict. c. 35, s. 6) forbids preaching in a church without specific any person shall be suffered to be in any public place. antecedent forms of worship; but it is at least questionable whether it would have contravened the letter of any canon or statute.
A STRONG APPEAL has been made in the Times to rescue Staple
inn from the hands of the destroyer. Following the example of LORD JUSTICE Fxy took occasion, on the hearing of an appeal in the Serjeants, the Principal and Ancients of this Inn of Chancery
are stated, some time ago, to have sold or shared among them Ebrard v. Gassier on the 29th ult., in the Court of Appeal, to the plate, fixtures, and movable ornaments, and to have sold the comment on the fact that it frequently happened in the Chancery land and buildings to Messrs. TROLLOPE for over £80,000. Messrs. Division that affidavits are entered in orders as having been read TROLLOPE have resold a part to the Board of Works for an exwhich, in fact, were never read to the court, and to express his tension of the Patent Office, and will offer the remainder for sale dissent from this practice. At the same time, he made no sug- by auction in the course of the present month. The appeal gestion for putting a stop to the practice, probably because his
seems to be directed either towards stopping this “trafficking remarks were only introduced as an illustration, and did not apply in quasi-corporate property," on the wrong assumption that Messrs. to the matter immediately before the court. Should the learned TROLLOPE are, in fact, only “feeling the pulse of the public on judge attempt to introduce any alteration, he must, at the same behalf of the Ancients,” or else towards inducing some public time that he excludes from judgments and orders in Chancery the body to purchase the Inn. As regards the latter object, everyentering of affidavits as read which are not in fact read, provide one must hope, though no one can expect, that it will be accompthat the cost of affidavits bona fide made for the purposes of the lished. But, as regards the prevention of the “trafficking,” the case shall not be forfeited. In taxing costs the taxing master experience of the Council of the Incorporated Law Society, who considers it his duty to reject charges for affidavits not entered in in 1884 took active steps to prevent the sale of Clement's-in the order as read, although he will take into consideration and is not encouraging. allow for witnessés summoned but not called on, and whose names communicated it to the Charity Commissioners, who, however,
They obtained the opinion of counsel, and are not stated in the order among those giving oral evidence. It declined to interfere. By the way, what has become of the Bill is submitted that the practice of the taxing masters is just, and which was introduced by the Attorney-General in 1885 for that the practice of the registrars of entering as read evidence on which, though not in fact read, the order of the court is really associations"?
"better cecuring the property of corporate and quasi-corporate based, cannot be altered without effecting injustice. The judges of the Chancery Division are often content to take from the statement of counsel the general effect of the evidence, and it frequently THERE IS A STORY going the round of the papers about someone occurs that the only reference made in court to an affidavit is the in a humble position having lately established a claim to statement of counsel that he has evidence of what he is saying. £300,000 in court, and it is added that, after funds have been in Again, when the parties have, by means of affidavits on both sides, court for a certain time without being claimed, they are forfeited arrived at a basis of settlement and come to the court to sanction a to the Crown, and special attention is drawn to the providential judgment by consent, no evidence is in fact read. Would it be fact that the right to the fund in question was established only right in either of these cases to deprive the solicitor of his costs of two days before that time expired. Suitors need not, however, be procuring this evidence, or, it may be, to throw on his client costs alarmed lest their property should become forfeited to the Crown. which in fact ought to be paid by the opponent ? Lord Justice It is indeed the fact that, under certain circumstances, funds in Fry, in his strictures on the practice, loses sight of the fact that the court not claimed are transferred to the Commissioners for the taxing masters, while refusing to allow for affidavits which are not reduction of the National Debt, but the Consolidated Fund is, by entered in the judgment or order as read, do not, as a matter of Act of Parliament, made liable to replace all such funds when the course, allow the whole cost of every affidavit which is read. Those ownership is proved—see the Chancery Funds Act, 1872 (35 & 36 who would uphold the view propounded by the learned judge Vict. c. 44), s. 14. would argue that to enter affidavits as read which are not read is to introduce a fiction. But is it a fiction? The court has made the order upon the evidence, though the physical reading of the evidence did not in fact take place, and in drawing up the order The funeral of Mr. Robert Few, the Deputy High Steward of Westthe registrar reads the evidence in order to see that it proves the minster, took place last week in Esher churchyard, the Dean of Westfacts it purports to prove, and will not enter any affidavit which minster, assisted by the Rev. C. Few oficiating. The chief mourners were was obviously unnecessary, while, on the other hand, he is occa- immediately behind them followed the High Steward (the Duke of Westsionally instructed by the judge to receive an affidavit to be made minster), and burgesses of Westminster, Mr. W. J. Farrer, the Revs. E; after the judge has in effect parted with the case. It is clear, Candwell, R. Milburn, Blakiston, and $. Warren, the leading gentry and then, that any alteration made in the present practice woulů tradesmen of Esher, the staff of his office, and many legal friends, as involve important considerations, and could only be effected after been so active a member. The head master and bursar of Marlborough due deliberation and with regard to the surrounding facts.
College, of the council of which he was a member, were present.