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Fraser.” It would not be fair for Mr. Fraser and others to sit as judges facilities for registration of title under the existing Acts, and world bring into and the under-sheriffs to appear only as witnesses. He (Mr. Longmore) publicity defects and flaws of title which would otherwise never appear. was sure the under-sheriffs were not those obstructionists and performers This would lead to many unfounded claims and consequent litigation. of everything that was wrong which seemed to be the opinion in some Moreover, the disclosure of all transactions and incumbrances would operate quarters, but they would be prepared to give that assistance which they injuriously, and would certainly be distasteful and unpopular with the hoped would lead to some improvement.
present proprietors. Mr. FRERE seconded, reminding the meeting that this inquiry and It was considered that the work of getting all titles upon the Register in report would not be anything final, the object being to place upon the the first instance would be a gigantic undertaking requiring an army of committee persons who were capable of giving the society the best in- skilled officials, and, even assuming the initial difficulty to have been surformation. Surely that would be best arrived at by adopting the amend mounted, there would occur periodically, as at quarter days, times of great ment. Eleven seemed to him to be a more handy and useful complement pressure involving probably much delay and inconvenience. This would than twelve, there being, of course, the possibility of having a majority. lead to additional expense and end in general dissatisfaction. To transfer
Mr. Blyth said he had no complaint to make with reference to the the multitudinous transactions daily taking place in land from the existing under-sheriffs, but he simply wished that the question might be investi, conveyancing practitioners to an official board would be a serious undertaking, gated with the object of effecting an improvement in the law. He asked and tħe experience of the way in which business is transacted by such boards them not to add to the committee a sufficient representation of the vested does not in the least lead to the belief that the work will be effected either interests to imperil the value of its report. The committee should be, as better, more cheaply, or more expeditiously than at present.
On the far as possible, quite impartial, and if the sheriffs wished to have one or contrary, the red-tapeism of a public office and the official fees necessarily two nominees upon it they should have them, and should be at payable—would probably increase the cost, as well as cause great delay, liberty to call evidence to put their case before the committee.
especially in the numerous small and intricate transactions daily requiring Mr. KIMBER supported the amendment. [t was only fair and just that the attention of the conveyancer. the under-sheriffs should be represented.
It was also considered that the president of the Incorporated Law Society The PRESIDENT put the amendment as follows:-"That the committee should be associated with the Lord Chancellor in forming the Land Transfer consist of five members of the council, to be nominated by the president Board, which should consist, not of mere Government officials, but of persons of the society, three members of the society, to be nominated by the having a practical knowledge of conveyanciog, and that one of the convey; under.sheriffs, and three to be nominated by Mr. Fraser."
ancing counsel of the Court of Chancery, the president of the Incorporated The amendment was carried ; sixty-four voting in its favour, and nine Law Society, and the president of one of the large provincial law societies against. It was then adopted as a substantive motion.
should also he associated with the Lord Chancellor in framing the rules Mr. FRASER then nominated Mr. Blyth, Mr. Munton, and himself to under the Act. serve on the committee.
It was also considered that to vest real estate on the death of the owner in Mr. LONGMORE nominated Mr. C. Gepp (Chelmsford), Mr. F. Scudamore his personal representatives was an unnecessary interference with the right (Maidstone), and himself to represent the under-sheriffs.
of a testator to appoint his own trustee ; that the abolition of estates tail CHANCERY DIVISION.
was practically of little importance; and that while in principle there was no
objection to dividing an intestate's real estate amongst his next of kin as if it The following notice of motion by Mr. Munton was postponed until the were personalty, the society saw no adequate reason for the projected change. next meeting: -" That, in the opinion of this meeting, the appointment Indeed, the sub-division of small portions of real estate among a
large of a sixth judge in the Chancery Division is not only imperatively needed, number of persons would, in many instances, render it of little value to any but that the hearing of all chancery causes (with special exceptions) one, and necessarily increase largely the cost of dealing with it. In this should cease to be associated with any particular judge, and be taken in respect the change would press with some hardship upon small proprietors, their order (as set down) by two or more courts constantly sitting for trials to which class persons dying without a will generally belong. only."
Resolutions in accordance with these views were passed unanimously, and PROVINCIAL MEETINGS.
ordered to be transmitted to the Incorporated Law Society: The following notice of motion by Mr. MelviLL GREEN was also post The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks to the chairman. poned until the next meeting :-“That a committee be appointed to consider and report on the arrangements of the October meetings, and particularly as to choice of subjects; selection of readers and speakers, limiting length of speeches, and giving right of reply; time of distributing prints of the papers; previous publication of the programme of the meeting ; admission to the debates of solicitors not yet members ;
LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL. and all other points likely to increase the interest and beneficial influence
CALLS TO THE BAR.
The undermentioned gentlemen were on Wednesday called to the bar :-
Edward Weatherly, M.A. Oxford ; Helperius Benedictus Sauer, LL.B.
London ; Henry Erle Richards, B.A. Oxford ; Harry Redmond Thomson, At a meeting of the directors, held at the hall of the Incorpor. Edmund Lyon Keates, B.A. Oxford; George Benson Clough, London;
B.A. Oxford (holder of a scolarship in equity, awarded February, 1887) ; ated Law Society, Chancery.lane, on Thursday, the 5th inst. —the Felix Reginald Dias, B.A., LL.B., Cambridge ; Andrew Brocket Wilson. Collison, Desborough, jun., Hine-Haycock, Sawtell, Sidney Smith, and holme, B.A. Oxford; Lowji Merwanji Wadia, B.A. Cambridge ; Thomas Arthur Carpenter (secretary)—the ordinary general business was transacted.
Needham Wilson, 'B.A. Oxford; Charles Lushington Hickley, B.A.
Francis John Brownlow Bethune, B.A. Cambridge; John Hugh Arm.
strong Elliot, B.A. Oxford; Henry Goodwin Rooth, B.A. Cambridge ; THE LAND TRANSFER BILL.
Edwin Archibald Ley ; James Aiken Pixley, LL.B. Cambridge; William A special meeting of this society was held at the society's room, Shrews- 1886) ; Thomas Miller Maguire, M.A., LL.D., Queen's University, Tre
John Lewin (holder of a scholarship in real property law, awarded July, bury, on the 29th ult. There were present Mr. T. M. How (president), in land, and Robert Allen M'Nab. the chair; Messrs. E. Hodges (Fisher & Hodges, Newport, vice-president), Middle TEMPLE.-Shripad Babaji Thaknr, B.A. University of Bombay; G. G. Warren (Market Drayton), w. c. Tyrrell" (Anderson & Co., Ludlow), M'Lean, M.X. Edinburgh University'; Albert Charles Hayes, University E. B. Potts (Broseley), R. Marston (Ludlow), 'J. Bidlake (Wellington), Ralph Sillery Benson, M.A. LL.B., Dublin University; John James Benson, R. T. Hughes, 'W. M. How, C. Payne (Shrewsbury), w. H. Bott Williamson, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford ; Richard John Hodgson, M. A.,
Letters of apology for non-attendance were received from Messrs. H. Lee Hail, Oxford University Clarence Adolphus Hamlyn, st Mary Hall, (Brookes & Lee, Whitchurch), W. P. Gordon (Gordon & Nicholls, Bridge Oxford ; John Wilkins, B.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge: Edmund Prior north), and E. Williams (Longueville & Co., Oswestry): Messrs. P. H. Minstall and M. B. Lawford (Oswestry), Cecil Potts (Shrews- Parfitt, B.A., University of London Herbert Granville Grant;
Leresche ; James Walker Clydesdale, Glasgow University; James John bury), and R. Newill (Wellington), were elected members.
Adkins Rundell, B.A., London University. A donation of £10 10s. was voted to the Solicitors' Benevolent Association LINCOLN's Inn.-Richard Horatio Couch Kent; Edward Herbert Wid. as a Jubilee offering.
nell, B.A., Oxford; Henry John Newbolt, B.A., 'Oxford ; Edward Grain. The hon, secretary reported the purchase by the Library Sub-Committee ville Waddilove, Oriel College, Oxford ;' Bartle Henry Temple Freet, of the late Mr. Charles Chandler's series of law reports.
Trinity College, Cambridge ; Francis Edward Prescott Decie, New Col: was introduced by the president, Tanál considered and discussed at great het bestandefordrahamthuLincolnsorinn scholarship in Equity, rile; length. In the absence of information as to the rules to be made for carry and a real and ha personal property Law, 1886). B.A., Cambridge ing the scheme into effect, the society did not feel like a position to offer vany Hayward Radcliffe Darlington, B.A., Cambridge ; Charles Edmund Bohin wishful to co-operate int any improvement interher cases which briocid rendere Sarbah, Univeraing untuisondata and Dwarka Nath Banerji, Lower Bengal, conveyancing simpler and cheaper, they felt that there were serious objec- India.
who had shown no disposition to avail themselves of the present denice, Roiman Lawo, porivate international Law, constitutional Law, and
Legal History Prizeman, 1884 and 1885); John Henry Anderson, success Mr. HENRY FRANK GALPIN, solicitor, of Oxford, has been appointed
Superintendent Registrar for the Oxford District, in succession to Mr.
Mr. George ROBERTSON GILLESPIB, advocate, has been appointed Sec. retary to the Endowed Schools Commissioners for Scotland.
Mr. SEPTIMUS Burt has been appointed a Queen's Cour for the
Colony of Western Australia.
Mr. THOMER COPE, solicitor, of Birmingham, has been appointed a
Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.
[Gazette, May 3.]
The Bankruptcy Offices (Sites) Bill was read a third time and passed in the
It is stated that at an inquest held by Mr. A. F. Vulliamy, coroner for gown from Lord Campbell. In 1865 he was appointed by Lord Cran. Ipswich, last week, the Coroner requested the representatives of the Press worth to be judge of county courts for circuit No. 27 (which includes
who were in attendance to withdraw. They refused to do so, and the jury Hereford and a large portion of Shropshire). In 1879 he retired on a
also stated that they should decline to serve unless the Court were an open pension. Mr. Smith was a bencher of Lincoln's-ion, and a magistrate for
The Coroner threatened to fine the jurymen, and the chief constable, Herefordshire. He was married in 1844 to the second daughter of Dr.
at his request, proceeded to remove the reporters by force. The jury perGeorge Henry Hicks, of Baldock. He was buried at Baldock on the 15th sisting in refusing to receive evidence unless the reporters were admitted, the ult.
Coroner adjourned the inquiry for a week.
Mr. G. B. Gregory writes to the Times to enquire whether under the Bill APPOINTMENTS.
of the Lord Chancellor, which provides for an absolute title to land being
acquired after five years' registration and on certain notices being given, Mr. John William Pye Smith, solicitor (of the firm of Burdekin, Pye this title is to be free from the claims to succession duty, which can be carried Smith, & Benson), of Sheffield, has been elected Town Clerk of that back to the date of the Act of 1853. He adds that “If that is the construcborough, in succession to Mr. John Yeomans, deceased. Mr. Smith was
tion of the Bill, it would no doubt confer a great boon upon the purchasers admitted a solicitor in 1863.
of landed property, and those who act for them, but I do not think that this Mr. WALTER JAMES WEstcott BEARD, solicitor, of 10, Basinghall-street, would be the effect of the Bill as it now stands, or that such effect is con. has been elected Vestry Clerk of the parish of St. Michael, Bassishaw, on templated. I venture to state that without some provision to meet the point the resignation of Mr. James Henry Davidson. Mr. Beard is the son of I have raised, many persons would find that the proposed legislation had only Mr. Thomas Beard, solicitor-deputy for the ward of Bassishaw. He was been a delusion in respect of it.” admitted a solicitor in 1873.
In the House of Commons on the 28th ult., in answer to Mr. Howell, Mr. George LEY BODILLY, solicitor (of the firm of Trythall & Bodilly),
Mr. W. H. Smith said that the question of a cheap edition of the Statutes has been appointed Deputy-Coroner for the Penzance Division of the had been under the consideration of the Statute Law Revision Committee, County of Cornwall. Mr. Bodilly is coroner for the borough of and they had submitted to the Treasury the following proposals :—That á Penzance. He was admitted a solicitor in 1880.
revised edition of the statutes be undertaken, of convenient size, to be Mr. Leonard Field, barrister, has been appointed Examiner in Equity ecmmenced at once, in which case the first volume can probably be brought
published volume by volume as revision is completed; that the work be and Real Property Law at the University of London.
Mr. Field is the second son of the Rev. William Field, of Warwick, and was born in 1824.
out this year. The committee believed that such an edition could be supplied He was educated at University College, London, and he graduated B.A.
at a price not exceeding eight guineas for the complete set. The Treasury at the University of London in 1844. He was called to the bar at the
were about to give their sanction to the proposals of the committee. Juner Temple in Hilary Term, 1852, and he practises in the Chancery alluded to the proposed scheme for altering the existing assize arrangements
At the Swansea assizes, Mr. Justice Mathew, in charging the grand jury mar: Lumley Smith, Q.C., has been appointed Examiner in Common Law in England and Wales, by which it was suggested that three gaol deliveries and the Law of Evidence at the University of London. Mr. Smith is the the present system of grouping counties for this purpose should be abolished.
should be held in every county for the purpose of trying prisoners, and that Smith, Q.c. He was born in 1834, and he was formerly fellow of Trinity danger should be tried in his own county among the people who knew him,
He was and with that sentiment the present administration appeared to be clearly in called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Easter Term, 1860, and he is a sympathy, at any rate as regarded its application to England. The case of member of the South-Eastern Circuit. Mr. Smith became a Queen’s Wales, happily, differed somewhat from that of England, where there were Counsel in 1880. He is recorder of Sandwich, and a bencher of the
few counties in which there were no prisoners to be tried, whereas it fre
quently happened in the agricultural districts of North and South Wales Mr. JOSEPH Suity, solicitor, of Birmingham and Wednesbury, has been there were no prisoners for trial at the assizes. As the holding of assizes in elected Chairman of the Birmingham Central Tramways Company. Mr. Smith was admitted a solicitor in 1870.
every county entailed great inconvenience upon the grand and petty jurors, Local Board and to the Wednesbury Burial Board.
He is Clerk to the Wednesbury the officers of the Court, and others whose duty it was to attend, it cortainly in the Constitutional History of England at the Unipersity of London. It would be desirable to make the simple and obvious rule that Judges should
the Thomas Edward SCRUTTON, barrister, has been appointed Examiner present where there was nothing to do, and he ventured to recommend that BeScrutton is the eldest son of Mr. Thomas Scratton, erabuckhurst.dim; not attend where there were no prisoners for trial.
He was formerly scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated at the head of the first class of the Law Tripos in 1880. He was called to the bar at the Middle Temple iu June, 1882, and he is a member of the South-Eastern Circuit.
The London and Westminster Bank, Limited, are instructed by the
our. JOHN GERRARD, Q.O., has been appointed Prosecuting Crown of outstanding debentures of conversion, on the terms specified in their
the Cape Government, on giving twelve months' notice to the stockholders.
Callow v Young moto with witns by | In re Elizth Clark's Estate Burton v order
Tod Phipps v Tod (construction) COURT PAPERS.
Harris v Rothwell sot
adj eum Weaver v Stiff eot
In re Jas Ley, deo Hugman v Ley SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.
Warburg v Harris act
adj rum ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON
Ingram v Clarke act
In re Jones, dec Daniel v Daniel adj APPEAL COURT APPEAL COURT Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Powell, exr v Davies ACE Date. No. 1. No. 2.
CHITTY. Prior v Edwards act & m fj Cam Wasverv 8 tnitary Engin ering & Mon., May 9 Mr. Godfrey Mr. Leach Mr. Pemberton Mr. Ward
bridge, D. R.
Ventilator Co act
Cruv-n Bank, Id v Preston act lo re Cbarles Kearsler, dec KoererWednesday 11 King
horough & Clare Banking C, liv Thursday .. 12 Ward
No-sitness Causer, Adjourned Sum
Levy v The Abercorris Slate and Slab monses and Special Cases.
In re Cilfoten Benefit Building Soc Cô là m fj
dintribuion of assets adjd BQmos of
A henden v Jones ant
Tyler v Bank of Eogland aut
Archer Burton's Settlement
Perrin v Perrin mij
8 Smith & Co v Hawley mfj (short)
Trusts Pemberton v Arober-Barton
adja suuns to confirm compromise In re TC Clarke's Estate Bantoft v Friday 13 Carrington
Jackson lo re Tempro's Estate Lovegrove v Aylward (construction) adj emns Saturday
Waroer adj suns as to applo uoder In re G Wood's Estate Short v Wood
(gift or loan) adj emns In re W M Pybus, a solicitor adj sms In re Lister's Rotate Davies v Lister to tax bill
(taxation) adj emne HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.
In re Star Cab Co, ld (bill of sale) | In ra Galland, deo Lidiard v Galland CHANCERY DIVISION,
(Order 55) adj smos
In re Riobar Ison's Estate Shuldban
Bayliss, on behalf, & v The Birchillo
RN Lifeboat Institution adj sms Hall Iron Cold' act
In re B Winthrop's Estate Winthrop IQ re Oriental Bank Ex pte Oficial Causes fur Trial (with witnerses and Roovell v Robinson act wite
v Winthrop adj BUMAS
Liquidator adj son without witnesses).
Spalding v Skoulding act & couater In re C Williams's Estate Smith v Sutton v Town adj smos Cave v Niblett act wits olaim
Hill adj smas
Ward v Royal Exchange Shipping Co
Rogan mtn for judgt
Union Bank of London, Id v Kent act Before Mr. Justice NORTH.
Causes for Trial (with witnesser). Jelly v Cooper m fj wits
Gaulard v Sir Coutts Lindsay & Co, Id In re F Adlard, deo Barker Ay8- Prica v Simmons interpleader issue Rowoliffo Lingford Wire Iron & Co Act wits
J-nkias v Tbom 28 Hot act wita
Godwin v Rathbone act & rfj wits In re R Preece, deo freece v Haq Malcolm v Trustees of Rose Crask well, Sbarp v Allen act wits Hatten v Russell ant
cox adj sumos
badkrupt act arrie v Newitt Act wito
Modro v Met & Met Disct Ry Co Bot In re F Broughton's Estate Posts Stock y Ellison Act Evade v Benyon act wits
Broughtop udj sumns
R, James v The Que-n act Armitage v Bisbop of Manchester art Jobpson v Park act & m fj wits In re E G Cox's Estats Smith v Cux Io re Gulard & Gibbs' Patent peto in re Bond Big wood v B ad aot & Barnard v Hoare ant wits
Albo Carbon Light Co, ld v J Kidd & mfj Wilke v Newman act wits
In re Pidcock's Settlement Winterton Co 1886 A 859 act
v Pidcook. Henzell adj BuWDS Sama v J. Kidd & Co 1886 A 1,729 Wetmore v Rcket's aot
Io re Llangelaech Coal Co ld (ex parte Act
Cold act wite
Iore Gambling-Paelp's Settlement Cleaver v Bacon act &mfj MoDonald v Towerz-y act wits
In re L Harbord & Patent Designs &c Trusts Phelpa v Lumley adj -mos Forster v Cliffen Cliffany Forster act Horrison v Spitzlay art wits
In re L Powell's Trusts Powell v Goswell v Bishop act British Equitable, &o, co v Musgruve Slann v Smith aot wis
Williams adj sumn.
Frapwell v Dennis act lo re Furber Rooke v Blendy aot In re Hughes-Garbett & Falkner's Muskett v Poole et Williams v Kayler_adj AnmDS wite Bowden v Bowyer aot &mfi
Contract & V & P Aor, 1874 adj | Woorgate v Walker act In re Aardbottl. Harabuttle v H-rd Edison & Swan &o Co v Holland act BOMOS
Brodbeck v Scrickland sot bottle act wita ToppingWorkington & District Oakley & Son v Dalton act
Alexunder y Smith act Petty v Daniel act wits
Liberal Club ld act wits
Baxendale v Viscountess de Valmer act Myntt v Evelyn act
Crookes v Rae act & m&j lo re Horwood Horwood v Paddison Eteen v Goddard m fj (abort)
In re Earl of Mornington's Esta e Glanville v Heather Art act
Hawkins y Hawkins mfj (wbort) Eliis v Earl Cowley adj su a Eleman v Scholas act and mfj
Siadell • Vickers, Son & Co act In re W M088 Lloya's, Barnett's & In re Midland Land & Investment
Waring v Scotla d act lu re St John St Joho v St Job act Boranquet's Bk v Moss act
Corpo, ld (2) adj som
Io re Orsmond Diury v Oromond act and som wits Pemberton v Goodall Sot
In re John MoDonald, dec Hicksoa v Davieg v Davies ect Huncook v Wya't act
Bush-ll adj sum
Sbufflebotbem v Bipington act Huwkes v Curtice
Befo e Mr. Justioe CHITTY. la re Jobo Ďurie, dec Wetherall v Stanford v Hassallaot In re Shutt'eworth Briggs v Shuttle Causes for Trial (with witresses).
Best v Farber Furber v B 486 sot worth mij (abort)
Hammersley v Hammersler ant In re D: 1. Hunt & Penniogroo's In re Shortridge
A kinson on behalf &o v De Jeanson Contract & V & P Act, 1874 adj act &mfi
In re Ellis Jones Joneg v Evans act Thwaite v Hill act
claim and counter claim with pumns lo re Muwddach Gold Mining Co, Id & Crampton v Swete & Main act In re Coell Hicks • Payne act wits Jn re Honduras Inter-Oceanio Ry Cu's Acts adj sum
Cordingly v Alliance Soc sot Bullougb v Luncaster ACT
Co (petn) by order Humpbries v Doppithorpe act wito
la re Bridewell Hospital & Met Bd of Dovaston v Lloyd act Hards v Bragg W Union Finance Co, id o Williams
Works (purchase) adj sum (tax- Stockton & Middlesborough Water Bd Sot Smith v Taverner sct
v Tee Bridge Iron Co, id act wits Brinton v Howlett Glading Brinton Clarke'v Tboraton adj sum
In re Lister Hill v Tate act Thornbill v Hoyland act wits
claim & counter claim
Warwick v Warwick not Gowor v H M Postmaster Gea special
Capel & Co v Sims' Ship Compositions Uninn Bank of London, Id v Munster Sr. Barbe v Bucra d act
Co, id act 0480
Nesbiit v Manaing mfj
Woolf v S afford act
lo to w Eaeton, Solor (taxativn) Do Ferry, on behalf, &c v Turner act act wics
Cave v Harris Harris v Cave act adj sum lo ro Kippax Ackroyd v Kippax act
In re Crossley Fenton v Rimmington Cory v Roach act
la re Murrell Brown's Estate Claxton act wite
Cave v Hind act Goodall v Pemberton act and mij
v Cunniagbam adj sum
Salaman v lagle act
Andrew v Hudleston (construction) Wright v Sarubb act
Lane v Tarbatt got Wilts ire v Joyca act wits
lo re Ayres, &c Wright v Ayres act lo_re H Prater's Estate Desinge v Clarke v Butler Act
Dyann v Soott act
Beare adj sun
Smith v Brentnall act
In re Londoo & County lavestment Winfield v Crompton act
Curpn (Dr W srburton's claim) adj
Baxter v Lewis
Bucban v Artlett act
In re Tous Hoyland's Trusts Hoy-
Iu re Brown, dec Brown v Brown act
land v Hoyland SL Act adj sum
Causes for Trial (without witnesses)
In re T W Whelpton's Will Whelp-
and Aljourned Sammonses (Clabbe 3 wits
ton v Whelpton (construction) adj II. and III.) In re W. T. Clark, deo Mote v Clark sum Ellington v Clark, Burnett, & Co, ld
In re Kerrison Palmer v Pye adj Ailj somns with witns by order Gee v Liddell adj sum act wits
In re Giona Sulpaur Co, ld (Liquida-
In re J E Williams
tor's Remor) adj suin
liams adj sumos Backeridge v Patman act wits
In re Newbegin's Estate Eggleton v
Newbegia adj sum
Institution adj sumns act wits
In re D Ď Pellatt's Estate Pellatt v
Ia ro Hayward Hayward v Hayward
Salmon y Wallis
Jones v Wil.
In re Bell Strickland v Nat Benevolent
In re Bethune Wood v Frazer adj In re Coulson Cvok v Coulson Godfrey v Winsford act
American Braided Wire Co v Thomson
& Co act a
Freke v Hongoman act
Foster v Holland at
Puochard v Imperial Water Corpo, ld
Costes & Co - Moyle & Son aot
sot In re Worsley Worsley v Woolley act In re Sillo Sills v Sills
Bray v Gardner aot
Marshall v Cox aot
Radder » Booth
Birmiagham, &c, Daw Co, Id v L &
Bradcbi v Bennett ant & counter claim NW Ry Co act lo re T Hulme Hulme v Hulme adj Robins v Robing
Morgan & Cold EJ Wiadover & Co Ford, Rathbone & Co v Aspdin la re Cridland & LC Aot
Tegnant, W, v Ld Claude Hamilton
Woolfe v Monacott act
Earl of Daraley v LC & D Ry Co act
The Sohool Bd for London v Blum act
Stobbs v Kelsey act
Bashby v Steel act
Elborough v Jestor aot
Young r Berriman not
Wood v Aylward aot
Patents Investa Cold v Crompton act
Topham v Booth
Apollinaris Cold v Apollo Water Co
ld sot In re J Baker Johnson Baker adj In re De la Rue, Cumming v Marshall
Ede v Watson
Pile v Simons act
Foster v Waoeler act
Puget v Ethcuit Paget v Ellis aot In re C Moreton or wise Coppen Moro-
ton v Coppen act
Cooke, Sous, & Co v New River Co Clay v Brachen act
Earl Sydayy v Lowe act
Fox Bros & Co v Paget act & counter
Prior v Moore sot
Lovejny v Downes act
Robertson v Saukey act
Baroners Wenlook v River Deo Cold
Duck v Honghaot
In re Truauaa, Bradley v Turnbull - Sua Permanent &c Soc v Luke act In re J Barrati's Will adj sumo Evans v Mancbester, Sheffield, &o, Ry
Phillips v Paillips 8 st
In re Trueman, Bradley v Turnbull - Hawkins v King act
Pickford Piokford act
Caswell • Hunton act
Mudd v Latter act
Taylor v Faulkoer act
Condy & Mitchell, id v Taylor & Co, not
In re MoQuinn Hill v Buckley act
Smith v School Bd for Prescott Act Higgias v Macer aot & counter claim
Franke v Vort act
act (aot before Trinity).
Baxter v Harfield & Co act
In re Taylor
Turpin v Pain Act Edwardo v Jones aut la re Nelson, Brett v Nelson adj sums 26)
Ellis v Workman act
Parsons v Saffory act
Haynes v Loach Loach v Haynes act
act & counter-olaim
Parker v Biagban (aot before Trinity)
WINDING UP NOTICES.
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, April 29.
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
Frank v Cottrell act
B. HYAM & SON,, LIMITED.--Chitty, J., has fixed Monday, May 9 at 11, at bis
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28. appointed Allen Edwards, 82a, New st, Birmingham, to be official liquidaNewman v Campbell, Reeves & Hooper
tor Hobbs v Wayet
dot (oot before
LEIPSIC HALLE AND DISTRICT ICE CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented
April 27, directe, to be beard before North, J., on Saturday, May 7. Omman-
R. N. CUNNINGHAM & Co, LIMITED.-North, J., bas, by an order dated March 30,
appointed Mr Henry Newson Smith, 37, Walbrook, to be official liquidator in Winter v Baker act & mij
the place of Mr William Lott Grim wade
VILLA DO CONDE IRON Co, LIMITED.-Kay, J., has fixed May 16 at 12, at his
chambers, for the appointment of a liquidator
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Lamplough v Powell, Foley, & Co aot BOROUGH OF PORTSMOUTH, KINGSTON, FRATTON, AND SOUTHSEA TRAMWAYS Co.-
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May 7. Chapple & Co, Carter lane, solors for petner
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. Alexander v London Founders' Ass00, BENEVOLENT SICK FUND FRIENDLY SOCIETY FOR PAST GRANDS OF THE LONDON ld
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Dewsbury, Yorks. April 27
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Essex, April 25
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LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
ADAM EYTON, LIMITED.-By an order made by Worth, J., dated April 23, it was Litob field v Simmons et
ordered that Adam Eyton, Limited, be wound up. Hulbert, Broad st bdgs, act The Weaham Co, Id v May & Co act
solor for petner London Tavern Co, Id v Worley Act
BENJAMIN EVANS & Co, LIMITED.-By an order made by Stirling, J., dated April
28, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Gibbs & White, GraceTbe Duke of Northumberland V
church st, agents for Gibbs, Newport, solor for petners Bourdan, widow act
DAKOTA STOCK AND GRAZING Co, LIMITED.-Petn for voluntary winding up,
presented April 29, directed to be heard before Stirling, J., on Saturday, May Boston Deep Sea Fishing Co v Hensell Transferred from Justice CHITTY,
14. Brandon, Essex st, Strand, solors for petners North, and STIRLING, for Trial or
ITALIAN RAILWAYS SYNDICATE, LIMITED.-By an order made by North, J., dated
April 23, it was ordered that the syndicate be wound up. Gush & Co, Finsbury Heacing only-by Orier, dated 24
circus, solors for petner Anglo-American Brush Co v Edison & Ia re Naslor Naylor v Daws act
MYSORE ESTATES CO., LIMITED.-By an order made by North, J., dated April 23,
it was ordered that the company be wound up. Godden & Co, Ola Jewry, Cavanagh v Riddell
solors for petner
NORTH-WEST PROVINCES AND OUDE ICE CO, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on
or before July 16. to send their names, addresses, and particulars of their debts
or claims, to John Francis Clarke, 41, Coleman st. Tuesday, July 26, at 12, is Fox v Denton act
appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon debts and claims Croft v Rickmansworth Highway Bd READING IRON WORKS, LIMITED.-By an order made by North, J, dated April 23, sot
it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the works be continued. Rawlins v Webbaot
Spokes, Essex st, Strand, solor for petner
Moore v Tylee act
HAMMONDS, FREDERICK, Shrewsbury, Retired Fishmonger. June 10. OD & SHEFFIELD MORTGAGE AND ESTATES CO, LIMITED.-By an order made by North,
RA Craig, Shrewsbury J, dated April 23, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the company INGRAM, WILLIAM, Bromsgrove, Worcester, Baker. June 24. Holt, Bromsgrove bo continued. Church, Rendell, & Co, Bedford row, or Fernell, York, solor
KENNARD. STEPHEN PONDER. Kensington Palace gdns, Kensington, Esq. May for petner
28. Parker & Co, Cornbill UNIVERSAL CONTRACT CORPORATION. LIMITED.-By an order made by North, J,
Oated April 23, it was ordered that the corporation be wound up. Aird & KING, MARIAN, Liverpool. May 31. Bateson & Co, Liverpool
KING, THOMAS MATTHEW, Liverpool, Esq. May 31. Bateson & Co, Liverpool
LEYBOURN, ELIZA, Irlan, Lancaster. June 10. Diggles & Ogden, Manchester CROYDON AND NORWOOD TRAMWAYS Co.-By an order made by North, J., dated
April 23, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Webb & Co,'Queen LOCKERBY, THOMAS, Addiscombe, Surrey. May 31. Murray & Co, Birchin lane
MANSFIELD, EDWARD MIALL, Ely, Tobacconist. April 30. Hall, Ely
MASON, WILLIAM, Sacriston, Durham. May 22. Hargreaves & Joblin, Durham
MORLEY, ROBERT, Longpreston, York, Esq. April 30. Hartley, Settle LIVERPOOL AND BIRKENHEAD HOUSE PROPERTY INVESTMENT CO, LIMITED.-Petn
PEYTON, RICHARD, Gloucester pl, Ealing, Newspaper Proprietor. June 20. for winding up, presented April 30, directed to be heard at St George's Hall,
Ryland & Co, Birmingham Liverpool, on Monday, May 16. Goffey & Co, Liverpool, solors for petners
POWNALL, Venerable Archdeacon, ASSHETON, Leicester. May 31. Roopers & COLLYCROFT SCHOOL FEMALE FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Collycroft School, Bedworth, PRESLEY, RALPH, Highwood, Derby, Farmer. June 1. Hodding & Beevor, Warwick, April 30
Worksop FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Kean Castle Hotel, Saundersfoot, Pembroke. April 27
PRITCHARD, JOHN, Southend, Retired Licensed Victualler. May 21. W& F
ROBERTS, ROBERT, Trawsfynydd, Merioneth. May 25. Jones, Llanrwst
ROBERTS, THOMAS LLOYD. May 30. Clark & Co, Ludlow
SMITHERS, HENRY, Southwark Park rd, Fish Salesman, May 25. Roy & Cart"
TEECE, JAMES, Whitmore Reans, Stafford, Tailor. June 1. Gatis, Wolverhamp
ton Fitch, Bishopsgate Without BISHOP, THOMAS, Nether Whitacre, Warwick, Leather Seller. June 1. Pointon, TRACY, Hon. WILLIAM HANBURY, Ryde, Esq. May 21. Hanbury & Co, New
TURNER, JOHN THORNE, Littabourne, Devon, Esq. June 1. Stallard & Turner,
Shelton & Co, Wolverhampton
WARNING TO INTENDING HOUSE PURCHASERS AND LESSEES.-Before purchasing stone
or renting a house have the Sanitary arrangements thoroughly examined by an OLIVE, JOSEPH_CHARLES, Solihull, Warwick, Coffin Furniture Manufacturer.
expert from The Sanitary Engineering & Ventilation Co., 115. Victoria-st., West May 31. Hawkes & Co, Birmingham
mirster (Estab. 1875), who also undertake the Ventilation of Offices, &c.—[ADVT.] CROWTHER, RICHARD, Maidstone, Market Gardener. May 18. Stephens & Urmston, Maidstone
FURNISH ON NORMAN & STACEY'S SYSTEM; No Deposit; 1. 2, or 3 years credit; FOREMAN, STEPREN, Ingatestone, Essex, Farmer. May 31. Maskell & Arthy, Mall, S.W., & 9. Liverpool-st., E.C. Goods delivered free.-[ADVT.
60 wholesale firms. Offices, 79, Queen Victoria-st., E.O. Branches at 121, Pali Ohelmsford Foxon, WILLIAM, Birmingham, Coal Merchant. May 16. Glaisyer & Porter,
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, April 29. Stockport
High Court. Pet April 27. Ord April 27
ALLINGTON, WALTER, Weelsby, nr Gt Grimsby, Boot Dealer. Gt Grimsby. Pet HOLLAND, JOB, Acton, Middlesex, Gent. May 26. Brown, Lincoln's inn fields
April 26. Ord April 26
AULT, MARY, Fenton, Staffordshire, Grocer. Stoke upon Trent. Pet April 26. HORLEY, JAMES. Lambeth walk, Baker. June 24. Houghtons & Byfield,
Ord April 26 Gracechurch st
BALL, WILLIAM, Worcester, Milliner. Worcester. Pet April 25. Ord April 26 JACKSON, WILLIAM, Sheffield, Veterinary Surgeon. June 21. Broomhead & Co, BARNES, SAMUEL JOHN, Moseley, Worcestershire, Artist. Birmingham. Pet Sheffield
April 27. Ord April 27
Winchester. Pet April 28. Ord
April 26 MARSHALL, MARY, Fairfield, Lancaster. May 15. Logan & Co, Liverpool COOPER. GEORGE BINION, Drury lane, Ironfounder. High Court. Pet April 27. NÁLL. WILLIAM HERBERT, Blackburn, Lancaster, Cotton Waste Merchant.
Ord April 27 May 24. Eccles & Dempster Smith, Liverpool
CRANFIELD, EDWARD, Henley upon Thames, Tailor. Reading. Pet April 11. PRITCHARD. JOHN, Liverpool, Earthenware Dealer. June 1. Lewis & avies,
Ord April 25 Liverpool
DAVIES, DAVID WALTER, Blaenau Festiniog, Merionethshire, Grocer. Bangor. RICHARDSON, HENRY, Spondon, Derby, Farmer. June 16. Robotham & Co,
Pet April 16. Ord April 27
DODSON, EDWIN, London st, Tailor. High Court. Pet April 25. Ord April 25 ROBERTS, JOHN, Banbury, Oxford, Gent. July 14. Munton & Co, Banbury DONNITHORNE, THOMAS, St Swithin's lane, Solicitor. High Court. Pet April 1.
Ord April 27 SCOTT, THOMAS, Warwick ct, Holborn., June 1. Lee & Co, St Paul urchyard ESKRIGGE. ROBERT CROFT, and RICHARD JACKSON ESKRIGGE, Seaforth, Builders. SHEPHERD, ROBERT, Sherborne, Dorset, Plasterer. May 18.
Liverpool. Pet April 26 Ord April 26
GARRETT, JOSEPH, Gloucester, Refreshment House Keeper. Gloucester. Pet SHUTTLEWORTH, EPHRAIM WILSON, Ulverston, Lancaster, Bricher. May 20.
April 26. Ord April 26
GEER and LILLINGTON, Park lane, Clapham, Builders. High Court. Pet March SMITH, GEORGE THOMAS, Gilston td, South Kensington, Es May 23.
25. Ord April 27 Shrubridge & May, Lincoln's inn fields
GREENHOUGH, JOSEPH, Liversedge, Yorks, Insurance Agent. Dewsbury. Pet STEPHENS, CHARLOTTE FRANCES, Plymouth. May 26. Woollcombe & Pridham,
April 27. Ord April 27
HARRISON, THOMAS, Belper, Derbyshire, Ironfounder. Derby. Pet April 26.
HENSHAW, JOHN, and THOMAS JOHN COLES. Fenton, Staffordshire, Coliery TAYLOR, ELISHA, Warboys, Huntingdon, Straw Dealer. May 16. Ives
HICKMAN, OHARLES ALFRED, Sedgeley, Staffordshire,"Grocer. Dudley. Pet THACKWRAY, JANE ELIZA, Brighouse, York. June 1. Barber, Halifax
April 25. Ord April 25
HILL, JOHN, Alvescott, Oxfordshire, Farmer.
HUGHES, WILLIAM R., Bangor, General Dealer. Bangor. Pet April 13. Ord
April 27 WRICHT, RICHARD, Longridge, Lancaster, Gent.
Isaacs. GEORGE SOLOMON, Frome, Somersetshire, Hatter. Frome. Pet April Wigan
May 14. Mayhew & Co, 27. Ord April 27 WYATT, PENÉLOPE, Bournemouth. May 16. Tylee & Mortimer, Romsey
JACKSON, GEORGE, New Clee, Lincolnshire, Fisherman. Great Grimsby. Pet London Gazette.-FRIDAY, April 22.
April 26. Ord April 26 ADAMS, ROBERT, Over Stowey, Somerset, Yeoman. June 24. Trevor & Son,
JESSUP, JANE, Burham, Kent, Grocer. Rochester. Pet April 26. Ord April 26 Nether Stowey
JONESCADWALLADER, Llangynog, Montgomeryshire, Innkeeper. Newtown. BRUCE, ALEXANDER, Canonbury ter, Islington. May 23. Godwin & Son, Wool Exchange. Coleman st
JONES, WILLIAM ELLIS. fun, Haverfordwest, Printer. Pembroke Dock. Pet BUTTERFIELD, JOHN, Castleford, York, Innkeeper. May 31. Bradley, Castleford CARTWRIGHT, EDWIN, Cradley Heath, Stafford, Victualler. May 23. Wright,
JONES, WILLIAM, Bethesda, Carnarvonshire, Plumber. Bangor. Pet April 27. Cradley Heath, nr Brierley hill CARTWRIGHT, SOPHIA AMELIA, Oradley Heath, Stafford, Victualler. May 23.
LEECH, WILLIAM PRITCHARD, Latimer rd, Notting hill, Builder. High Court. Wright, Cradley Heath CONNINGHAM, JOHN, Bagshot, Wine Merchant. May 16. Robins & Co, Lincoln's
LINES, BENJAMIN AUGUSTUS, Tingewick, Buckingham, Thrashing Machine Proinn fields
prietor. Banbury. Pet April 27. Ord April 27 DAY, ANN, Oldbury-upon-Severn, Gloucester. May 30. Scarlett & Co, Thorn
LLOYD, NATHAN, Manchester, Merchant.
Manchester. Pet March 29. bury RSO DOYLE, WILLIAM PERCY, Half Moon st, Piccadilly, Esq, C.B. June 1. Farrer &
LOTERY, HYMAN, 8t Mary st, Whitechapel, Clothier. High Court. Pet April 2: Co, Lincoln's inn fields FOWLER, CHARLES, Axbridge, Somerset, Gent. May 31. Webster & Smith, Ax
MACHIN, ARTHUR, Dronfield, Derby, Draper. Chesterfield. Pet April 28. Ord bridge FULTON, JANE, Lee, Kent. May 31. Hill & Co, Liverpool
MANN, SAMUEL THOMAS PEGLER, 'Morley, Yorks, Butcher. Dewsbuiy. Pet
April 26. Ord April 26
Pet April 7. Ord