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or order that the land shall be restored to that person and that the person
(2.) Where the Court by any such order, or by any other order with
e and and to other matters arising out of the previous possession by that person of the land.
co“ I is gratifying to the executive committee to find that the numb f
widower. His second son,‘ Mr. Edward Tyi-rel Leith. was called to the bar at the Middle _Temple in_ Hilary Term, 1866, and is now Government Professor oi’ Law in the University of Bombay. His youngest son, Mr. Williani Ernest Gordon Leith, was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in June, 1876.
Mr. CHARLES Fniv, solicitor, of 19, Surrey-street, died at Lavington, Putney Heath, on the 4th inst., in his seventy-first year. Mr. Few was born in 1817. He was admitted a solicitor in 1839, and he for many year's carried 0: an extensive practice, first in Henrietta-street, Covent-garden, nnd ,aiterwiirds in Surrey-street, in partnership with his elder brother. Mr.
Robert_Few, who was for many years Deputy High Bailiff of the City of Westminster, and who died only a few months ago. He was at the time of his death associated with his nephew, Mr. Robert Hamilton Few. Mr. Few was a perpetual commissioner for the counties of Middlesex and Surrey, and for the cities of London and Westminster. and his firm are solicitors to the Metropolitan District Asylums Board. He was for several years a member of the School Board for London as a representative of the Division of Lambcth.
Mr. Joan Conan: BELL, solicitor, Sowerby Bridge and Rippondcn, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Coufl of J udlcature.
r ward \\ aiigh, solicitor, formerly M.P. for Cockermoiith. He was admitted a solicitor in 1873.
Earl COWPER has been elected Chairman of Quarter S ' f
7 essions or the 1, ry members who have slgmfied their intention of being Presefigs Hartford Division of Hertfordshire, on the resignation of the Marquis of very considerable, and the limit has not even yet been ascertained - but it Sahsbury' is clear to the committee that the funds at present at their dlsposalywill be Mr. Hasiir Snnrcnrx Bacon-, solicitor (of the firm of Upperton & iusuificient to meet the expenses of the entertainment, if it is to be con- Bacon), of Brighton, has been appointed by the High Sheriff of Sussex ducted so as to be a worthy return for the hospitality which has so often (Mr. Thomas Fnulconer Wisden) to be Under-Sheriff of that county for beenbextended and offered by the country solicitors to all the London the ensuing year. Mr. Bacon was admitted a solicitor in 1865. Inem ers. . . H - . . M . C P Do ' A s l'citor of the firm of Birch, Culhmore l U41-ider ih'ese~c1m“m'mnc?s the comm!“-ea hope that you-Wm be & Ddu l}iiii)R“:f }CIlig§ter Li}ihss'bE?ei1 apiiointed by tho High Sheriif oi Pélifl to Join in guaranteeing or subscribing to the funds in some .5 ' ' - - of the way; iudimted in our first circular, 3 print of which we enclomt. Cheshire (Mr. James Tonikinson) to be ijlldfil‘-Si1G1'lfi of that county for
Mr. JOHN Miinniorr RICIIARDSON, solicitor, of Bakewell has been
appointed by the High Sheriff of Derbyshire (Mr. Frederick Charles Arkwright) to be Under-Sheriff of_tha_t county for the ensuing year. Mr. Richardson was admitted n solicitor in 1877.
l Mr. Gannon James VVii.i.nls Axnnnivs, solicitor (of _the firm of ‘Andrews, Son, & Huxtable), of Dorchester, has been appointed by the
High Sherifl of Dorsetshire (Mr. \Villinm Ernest Brymer) to be UnderSheriff of that county for the ensuing year. Mr. Andrews is clerk to the county magistrates and the Commissioners of Taxes, and also to the Dorchester School Board, the Dorchcster Burial Board, the Dorchestsr Highway Board, and the Dorchester Board of Guardians.
Mr. Tiioiuis FREDERICK An-ri.~in.u.a, solicitor (of the firm of Artind_ale -is Artindale), of Burnley, has been appointed by the _High Sherifi of Lancashire (Mr. John Hardy Thursby) to be Under-Shsriif of that county for the ensuing year. Mr. Artindale is clerk to the county magistrates at Burnley. He was admitted a solicitor in 1865.
uc fomkins, but he had been for many years a M
ommissioner for taking Affidavits for the Courts of Ontario, Canada
Wnsrsim Cmcnrr (Denman, J .)—Wincliester, Saturday, April 23; Exeter and City, Monday, May 2; Taunton, Monday, May 9.
SOUTH-EASTERN (Field, J.)—Ipswicli, Tuesday, April l9; Cambridge, Tuesday, A ril 26; Hertford, Monday, May 2 ; Lewes, Saturday, May '1.
OX!-‘OED (Fininddleston, B.)—Reading, Tuesday, April 19; Gloucester, Monday, April 25; Worcester, Saturday, April 30; Staiford, Friday, May 6.
Noam-E.isrnaN (Manisty and Grantham, J.l.)—Newcaitle and Town, Wednesday, April 20; Durham, Saturday, April 23; Leeds, Friday, April 29. One judge only will go to the first two places:
Mmraxn (Hawkins. J.)-—Northampton, Friday, April 22; Lincoln and glity,1I£riday, April 29; Derby, Thursday, May 5; Warwick, Wednesday,
Noni-n asn Scorn Warns (Mathew, J .)—Carnarvon, Thursday, April 21 : Chester and City, Monday, April 25 ; Swansea, Saturday, April 30.
NORTHERN (Day and Wills, JJ.)—Carlisle, Wednesday, April 20; Manchester, Monday, April 25; Liverpool, Saturday, May 7. One judge only will go to Carlisle.
Civil business will be taken only at Leeds, Manchester, and Liverpool.
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8: Marshall. Newcastle upon Tyne
PAGE, Anraiin, i‘unhi-idge Wells. April 21. Holcroit 6: Co. Sevenoaks
Bcamininn, James. Torqnay, Gent. April 20. Kitsons 5: Co, Torquay
Gmatyarmomh , ense ictualler. April 26. Ayers, B
Arcaamn, MARY, Newport, Isle or Wight. May 18. Hickman & Son.
ERBYWEATHER. Emu, Leicester. April 5. Freer & Co, Leicester
11.Lls, SARAH, Kingston on Thames. May 19. Sherrard, Lincoln's inn ilelds
P LE, Exam MATILDA CHANDOS, Devonshire st Mnrylebone. M 75. S
DOBINGTON. J orm, Gracechurch st, Advertising Agent. High Court. Pet Feb 24. Ord March 30
Din-zw. wIU.IAM FREDERICK, Plymouth, Baker. East Stone-house. Pet March 28. Ord March 28 T
ELDRIDGE. LEVI. Ventnor, I.W., Boot Dealer. Newport and Byde. Pet March 28. Ord March 28
ELWYN, C E, Queen's gate, Gent. High Court. Pet Feb 14. Ord March 80
EVANS. EDWARD, Alton. Hanips‘-aire, Livery Stable keeper. \\lI1Ch0StQl‘. Pet
GAILUSBEB, JACOB. Bread st, Manufacturer of Laces. High Court. Pet March
GOSLING, JAMES WII.I.I.iM, Newingtori Green rd, Islingtoii. Corn Merchant.
(;iREll§’i Cnfiiigéms THOMAS, Cheapside, Tailor. High Court. Pet March 16. Ord
GREEN’. JOSEPH, Nottingham, Baker. Nottingham. Pet March 28. Ord
HALL. THOMAS HENRY, Batley, Yorks. Rag Merchant. Dewsbury. Pet March
HANSON, ANDERS. South Stockton, Yorks. Innkeeper. Stockton on Tees and
HARRISON WILLIAM. Grange over Sands. Lancashire. Civil Engineer. Ulverston
H.iwLr.r, Rossnr FREDERIC, Lower rd. Rotherhitlie, lumber Merchant. High
HAYWARD. GEORGE. Caulfleld rd, Peckham, Traveller. High Court. Pet March
HELLIEB, RICHARD. Peterborougli, General Dealer. Peterborough. Pet March 28. Ord March 28
HnwI'rr.ALrn1=:D, Great Grimsby, Watclimaker. Great Grimsby. Pet March
HILLCOAT, CHARLES HENRY. Liverpool, Lancashirc, Mariner. Liverpool. Pet
HOLD!-:.\'. JOHN, Halifax, Assistant Schoolmaster. Halifax. Pet March 30. Ord
Viciiaiir, J mas HENRY, New Swindon, Bootmaker. Swindon. Pet March 29.
WALKER, SAMUEL, Derby, out of business. Derby. Pet March 28 Ord
26. Ord Mai ch 28 HOLDEN, J OHN, Halifax, Schoolmaster. Halifax. Pet March 30. Ord March 80