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DONNITHORNE, THOMAS, St Swithin's lane, Solicitor. Juve 17 at 2.80. 33, Carey
LYTH, CHARLES, Waterloo, Lancashire, Brewer. Liverpool. Pet May 23. Ord
June 7 st, Lincoln's inn EVANS, BENJAMIN, Tredunnock, nr Newport, Mon, Draper. June 20 at 12.80.
MITCHELL. SAMUEL, Horsforth, Yorks, Crane Maker. Leeds. Pet June 7. Ord
June 7 12, Tredegar place, Newport, Mon HALLIWELL, JOSEPH, Scarborough, Chemist. June 17 at 12.30. Station Hotel, MURPHY, JOHN. Landport, Hampshire, Auctioneer. Portsmouth. Pet June 3.
Ord June 3 York HARRISON, JOHN, Huggate, nr Pocklington, Yorks, Farmer. June 17 at 3. Of NORTON, EDWIN JAMES, Shaftesbury, Plumber. Salisburg. Pet May 21. Ord
June 6 Rec, 17. Blake st, York HOGGART, WILLIAM, Leeds, Grocer. June 20 at 12. Off Rec, 22, Park row, PELLING, EDWARD, Southampton, Grocer. Southampton. Pet June 1. Ord Leeds
June 6 HOWE, ROBERT WHITWORTH, Bedford, Innkeeper. June 24 at 10. 8, Paul's sq,
PERROTT, WILLIAM THOMAS. Luppltt, Devon, Clerk in Holy Orders. Exeter. Bedford
Pet May 24. Ord June 7
PLOMLEY, WILLIAM, Peasmarsh, Sussex, Veterinary Surgeon. Hastings. Pet ISAAC, GEORGE TOM. Whitecross pl, Wilson st, Finsbury, Licensed Victualler.
May 24. Ord June 8 JONES, WILLIAM, Swansea, Builder. June 22 at 3. Off Rec, 6, Rutland st, Swan.
POWELL, ANDREW. Tonypandy, Glamorganshire, Grocer. Pontypridd. Pet
June 7. Ord June 7 JOSEPH, JOSEPH sep estate), Birmingham, Jeweller. June 24 at 3. Grand
PREECE, WILLIAM THOMAS, Seven Sisters rd, Holloway, Job Master. High
Court. Pet June 1. Ord June 7
RAWSON, FREDERICK, Lincoln, Tailor. Lincoln. Pet June 4. Ord June 4
RUSSELL, WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, Kilham, Yorks, Fasmer. Kingston upon LAZARUS, SAMUEL, Hatton garden, Optician. June 22 at 11. Bankruptcy bldngs, Hull. Pet May 4. Ord June 8 Lincoln's inn
SHEFFIELD, THOMAS NEEDHAM, Wandle rd, Upper Tooting, Solicitor. High MASON, GEORGE FINCH, South Audley st, Artist. June 17 at 2.30. Bankruptcy Court. Pet June 1. Ord June 7 bídns, Lincoln's inn
SHELL, GEORGE, Brighton, Tailor. Brighton. Pet June 8. Ord June 8 MURPHY, JOHN, Landport, Hampshire, Auctioneer. June 27 at 3. 166, Queen st, Portsea
SMITH, HENRY, Sheffield, Boot Maker. Sheffield. Pet June 8. Ord June 8 PARET, JOHN PAUL, Great Sutton st, Clerkenwell, Artificial Flower Manu SOUTHWELL, JOHN, Bacup, Lancashire, Dealer in Toys. Oldham. Pet June 8.
facturer. June 17 at 11. Bankruptcy bldngs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn Ord June 8 fields
SUTTON, JAMES, Bheffield, Optician. Sheffield. Pet June 8. Ord June 8 PARTINGTON, EMMA, Purshall Hall, nr Droitwich, Worcestershire, Farmer. June 24 at 11. Off Rec, Worcester
WALLACE, WILLIAM, Aldersgate st, Paper Merchant. High Court. Pet May 5.
Ord June 8 PERKINS, THOMAS WALTER, Obepstow, Mon, Grocer. June 20 at 1. 12, Tredegar place, Newport, Mon
WHITFORD, ELIZABETH, Scorrier, Cornwall, Grocer. Truro. Pet June 7. Ord PRATT, HENRY JAMES, York, Chemist. June 17 at 2. Off Rec, 17, Blake st, York
WILLEY. WILLIAM JOHN LEICESTER, Birmingham, Stationer. Birmingham. REED. JOHN LIDDELL, Braidley, nr Raltwhistle, Northumberland, Farmer. Pet April 28. Ord June 8 June 22 at 12. Off Rec, 34, Fisber st, Carlisle
WHITTAKER, HENRY, jun, Heslington, Yorks, Cattle Dealer. York. Pet June RICHARDS, EDWIN, Maindee, nr Newport, Mon, Commission Agent. June 18 at 6. Ord June 6 12. 12, Tredegar pl, Newport, Mon
WILLIAMS, JOHN, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorganshire, Grocer. Pontypridd. Pet RYLE, GEORGE, Burton on Trent, Painter. June 18 at 12. Off Rec, St James's June 6. Ord June 6
chmbrs, Derby SMITH, REGINALD THOMAS, Hove, Sussex, Stockbroker, June 17 at 12. 4, Pavilion bldgs, Brighton
London Gazette.—TUESDAY, June 14. SYTNER, HILL, Birmingham, Merchant. June 23 at 11. 25, Colmore row, Birmingham
ADAMS, FREDERICK, Stonegate, York, Hairdresser. York. Pet June 10. Ord
June 10 ment, Nottingham
APPLETON, JAMES, Liverpool, Leather Dealer. Liverpool. Pet June 10. Ord WALTON, MONTEITH, Wakefield, Engineman. June 17 at 11. Off Rec, Bond ter
June 10 race, Wakefield
BIRD, ALFRED JAMES, Mintern st, Hoxton, Furniture Manufacturer. High WATERMAN, JAMES, Ramsgate, late Grocer. June 17 at 1. 72, High st, Rams Court. Pet June 9. Ord June 9 gate
BLIGHT, ANDREW, St Agnes, Cornwall, Farmer. Truro. Pet June 11. Ord WETHERELL, ROBINSON, Moorsley, Auctioneer. June 17 at 1.30. Off Rec, 21, June 11
Fawcett st, Sunderland
BRADLEY, EDWIN, Wolverhampton, IShop Assistant. Wolverhampton. Pet
June 9. Ord June 9
CANNINGS, JOHN, Birmingham, Grindery Dealer. Birmingham. Pet June 9.
Ord June 9 at 12. Off Rec, 17, Blake st, York WHITEHOUSE, GEORGE, Birmingham, Electro Plate Manufacturer. June 24 at 11.
COLEMAN, GEORGE, Walcote, Leicester, Carpenter. Leicester. Pet June 10.
Ord June 10 WILLIAMS, THOMAS, Swansea, Builder. June 22 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rutland st, DOWLING, REGINALD BLEWITT, Ramsden rd, Balham, Esq. Wandsworth. Pet
DAWSON, LEWIS, Rochdale, Iron Merchant. Oldham. Pet June 8. Ord June 9 Swansea WILSON, JOHN PATERSON, Birkenhead, Licensed Victualler. June 17 at 2. Off
May 12. Ord June 9 Rec, 48, Hamilton sq, Birkenhead
DOWNING, ROBERT COOPER, Ipswich, Furniture Broker. Ipswich. Pet June 11. WILSON, SARAH ANN, and CHARLES EDWARD FOSBROOKE, Water lane. Lower
Ord June 11 Thames st. Shipping Agents. June 17 at 2.30. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal
DUNFORD, SUSAN ELIZABETH, and EMMA JANE SAUNDERS, Poole, Builders. st, Lincoln's inn fields
Poole. Pet June 11. Ord June 11 WYATT, JOHN, Coleford, Gloucestershire, out of business. June 20 at 1,30 12,
EDWARDS, WILLIAM, Ruthin, Denbigh, Licensed Victualler. Wrexham. Pet Tredegar place, Newport, Mon
June 10. Ord June 10
Ord June 11
FISHER, JAMES FREDERICK, Southampton, Plumber. Southampton. Pet June
10. Pet June 10 ADDISON, GEORGE BARNABAS, Adam's ct, Old Broad st, Broker. High Court. GARNER, ROBERT, White Lion st, Clerkenwell, Marble Merchant. High Court. Artwood, THOMAS GARDNER, Northampton, out of business. Northampton.) GIBBONS, Hesn't HUHTON, Leeds, Plumbers' Factor. Leeds. Pet June 9. Ord Pet June 7. Ord June 7
High Court. Pet June 9. Ord June 9
HARNDEN, FRANCIS, Clee, Lincolnshire, Smack Owner. Gt Grimsby. Pet June BISHOP, HENRY, Dommett, nr Chard, Dairyman, Exeter. Pet May 21. Ord HARRISON, JOHN, Newcastle under Lyme, Gracer. Hanley, Burslem, and June 7
Tunstall. Pet June 2. BOND. LLOYD JOHN, St Dunstan's hill, Lighterman. High Court. Pet Nov 11. HASSALL, JAMES MAYBANK, Liverpool, Furniture Dealer. Liverpool. Pet June BOOTIROYD, VGHARLES INGLEBY, Derby, Boot Dealer. Derby. Pet June 8. Ord HUDIO, F., Juontpelier st, Knightsbridge, Watchmaker. High Court. Pet
June 8 BURNET, EDWARD, Liverpool, Music Seller. Liverpool. Pet June 7. Ord June 7 IEATT, AUGUSTUS BISSETT, Farnborough, Hante, Auctioneer. Guildford and COLE, GEORGE, Swansea, Bootmaker. Swansea. Pet June 3. Ord June 6 CROOK, JOSEPH MOSES WILSON, JOSEPH BOTTOMLEY, and FRED WORSICK,
ILLINGWORTH, JOHN, Bingley, Yorks, Coal Merchant. Bradford. Pet June 9. Halifax, Printers. Halifax. Pet June 8. Ord June 8 DAWES, FREDERICK, Walsall, Rope Maker. Walsall. Pet June 1. Ord June 6
JENNISON, RICHARD, Linby, Notts, Licensed Victualler. Nottingham. Pet
June 9. Ord June 9 DAWSON, THOMAS, High st, Sutton, Carpenter. Croydon. Pet June 1. Ord
KENNEDY, WILLIAM, Kingston upon Hull, Umbrella Maker. Kingston upon June 4 DAWSON, WILLIAM MASSEY, Burslem, Baker, Hanley, Burslem, and Tunstall.
KENT, ALDWYN PELHAM, George, ya, Lombard st, Eolicitor. High Court. Pet Pet June 6. Ord June 6 DAY, GEORGE, Harpenden, Herts, Hay Dealer. St Albans. Pet May 27. Ord
LEWIS, ISRAEL, Flixion, Lancs, Warehouseman. Salford. Pet May 27. Ord June 7
LIARDET, J EVELYN, London st. High Court. Pet May 23. Ord June 10
LLOYD, DAVID, Llanrhydd, nr Ruthin, Builder. Wrexham. Pet June 10. Ord June 3. Ord June 8 FLEMING, WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Landport, Hampshire, Furniture Dealer. Ports
McBean, John, Pembroke Dock, Bootmaker. Pembroke Dock. Pet June 9. mouth. Pet May 2. Ord May 26 HARRISON, JOHN, Huggate Farm, nr Pocklington, Yorks, Farmer. York, Pet
MILL, CHRISTOPHER GEORGE, Liverpool, Mercbant. Liverpool. Pet June 10. May 24. Ord June 8 HOWE, ROBERT WHITWORTII, Bedford, Innkeeper. Bedford. Pet June 1. Ord
MUSKETT, ROBERT ALBERT, High rd, Lee, Bootmaker. Greenwich. Pet June 9. June 8 HUSSEY, ALBERT MORGAN, Cardiff, Engine Factor. Cardiff. Pet June 4. Ord
PARKES, JOSEPH, Liverpool, Grocer. Liverpool. Pet June 10. Ord June 10 June 8 LEWIS, THOMAS, Ypyshir, Glamorganshire, Bootmaker.
PHILLIPS, S ELLIS, High Holborn, Tailor. High Court. Pet May 27. Ord June 11 June 1. Ord June 2
Pontypridd. Pat LIGHTFOOT, CHARLES EDWARD, Netley, Hampshire, Master Tailor. Southamp
PIRT, JOHN, Torpenhow, Cumberland, Farmer. Cockermouth and Workington. ton. Pet May 18. Ord June 2 LITTLEWOOD, JOSEPH LEONARD, Lincoln, Fruiterer. Lincoln. Pet June 7. Ord
PRINCE, THOMAS R., Kingsley, Staffs, Horse Dealer. Stoke upon Trent. Pet June 7
RAMSDEN, WULIAM, Langley by Marlpool, Derbyshire, Auctioneer.
Pet June 10, Ord June 10
RAWE, JOHN, Toft Hill, nr Bishop Auckland, Grocer. Durham. Pet June 9. SOUTHWELL, JOHN, Bacup, Dealer in Toys. June 22 at 2.30. Off Rec, Ogden's Ord June 9
chmbrs, Bridge st, Manchester ROBERTS, GEORGE, Portland rd, South Norwood, Builder. Croydon. Pet June VINK, RICHARD MAYLE WHICHELO, Lothbury, Clerk. June 22 at 11. Bank8. Ord June 8
ruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields ROBERTS, JAMES, Worcester, Licensed Victualler. Worcester. Pet June 9. Ord WARWICK, HENRY, Gt Suffolk st, Borough, Bootmaker. June 23 at 11. 33, Carey June 9
st, Lincoln's inn ROWLANDS, DAVID, Neath, Innkeeper. Neath. Pet June 11. Ord June 11 WEBB, THOMAS, Cambridge rd, Bethnal Green, Bootmaker. June 23 at 2.30. SEELIG, HENRY HORACE, Brighton, Tutor, Ph.D. Brighton. Pet June 9. Ord
Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn tields June 9
WHITFORD, ELIZABETH, Scorrier, Cornwall, Grocer. June 22 at 12. Off Rec, SMITH, ALFRED TURNER, Liverpool, Auctioneer. Liverpool. Pet June 9. Ord
Boscawen st, Truro June 9
WRIGHT, THOMAS, and GEORGE WRIGHT, Elmswell, Suffolk, Brickmakers. June SMITH, ALLAN J., Liverpool, Cigar Importer. Liverpocl. Pet June 6. Ord June 11
22 at 12.45. Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds SMITH, FLORENCE EMMA, Leamington, no occupation. Warwick. Pet June 2.
The following Amended Notice is substituted for that published in the Ord June 11
London Gazette of June 10. SMITH, THOMAS, Walsall, Hay Dealer. Walsall. Pet June 11. Ord June 11
PARTINGTON, EMMA, Purehall Hall, nr Droitwich, Worcestershire, Farmer.
June 25 at 11. Off Rec, Worcester
APPLETON, JAMES, Liverpool, Leather Dealer. Liverpool. Pet June 10. Ord TAYLOR, FRANCIS, Birmingham, Fruiterer. Birmingham. Pet June 10. Ord June 10 June 10
BED WORTH, DAVID, West Bromwich, Butcher. Oldbury. Pet May 14. Ord VINTEN, FREDERICK, South st, Wandsworth, Grocer. Wandsworth. Pet Máy 16. June 9 Ord June 9
BIRD, ALFRED JAMES, Northport st, Hoxton, Furniture Manufacturer. High WHITE, THOMAS, Carmarthen, Coal Merchant. Carmarthen. Pet June 11. Ord Court. Pet June 9. Ord June 10 June 11
BLAND, FREDERICK HARRISON, Long lane, Smithfield, Dealer in Oriental Goods. WHITWORTH, CHARLES HENRY, Newport Pagnell Mills, Bucks, Miller. North High Court. Pet May 25. Ord June 10 ampton. Pet June 9, Ord June 9
BLIGHT, ANDREW, St Agnes, Cornwall, Farmer. Truro. Pet June 11. Ord WOOD, E., 8t Thomas rd, Finsbury park, Builder. High Court. Pet April 13. June 11 Ord June 9
BOORMAN, FRANK, Preston, Sussex, Baker. Brighton, Pet June 4. Ord June 10 WOOD, GEORGE FREDERICK, Beaufort terr, Fulham, Provision Merchant. High BOWEN, THOMAS, Carmarthen, Draper. Carmarthen. Pet June 6. Ord June 10
Court Pet May 23. Ord June 9
BRADLEY, EDWIN, Wolverhampton, Shop Assistant. Wolverhampton. Pet June 11. Ord June 11
June 9. Ord June 10 WRIGHT, THOMAS, and GEORGE WRIGHT. Wetherden, Suffolk, Brickmakers. Bury
BROOKS. GEORGE, Vartry rd, Stamford hill, Minister of Religion. High Court. St Edmunds. Pet June 9. Ord June 9
Pet May 6. Ord June 8
CANNINGS, JOHN, Birmingham, Grindery Dealer. Birmingham. Pet June 9. RECEIVING ORDER RESCINDED AND ADJUDICATION ANNULLED.
Ord June 11 HUMBERT, PIERRE, Coventry st, Leicester sq, Engineer. High Court. Ord
COLEMAN, GEORGE, Walcote, Leicestershire, Carpenter. Leicester. Pet June
10. Ord June 10 March 23. Resc June 1o. Adjud April 16. Annul June 10
DONAGUE, JOHN, Swansea, Solicitor. Swansea. Pet Jan 25. Ord June 10 FIRST MEETINGS.
DOWNING. ROBERT COOPER, Ipswich, Furniture Broker. Ipswich. Pet June 11 ANDERSON, WILLIAM, Cannon st, Licensed Victualler. June 22 at 12. Bank
Ord June 11
St ruptcy bldgs, Lincoln's inn
EMERTON, ROBERT JOAN, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, Plumber. BARLEY, SAMUEL, Albeburgh, Suffolk, Smack Owner. June 23 at 12.15. Off Rec,
Albans. Pet June 2. Ord June 9 2, Westgate st, Ipswich
FORRESTER, JAMES, and THOMAS HOBSON, Longton, Staffordshire, Majolica BOORMAN, FRANK, Preston, Baker. June 23 at 12. Off Rec, 4, Pavilion bldgs, Manufacturers. Stoke upon Trent. Pet May 10. Pet June 11 Brighton
GARDINER, JOHN ROBERT, Kingston upon Hull, Draper. Kingston upon Hull. Pet BOWEN, THOMAS, Carmarthen, Draper. June 23 at 11. Off Rec, Carmarthen
May 25. Ord June 11 BUCKLE, WILLIAM, Leeds, Tea Dealer. June 24 at 11. Off Rec, 22, Park row
GARLAND, JOHN, Plymouth, Fish Buyer. East Stonehouse. Pet May 25. Ord
GIBBONS. HENRY HURTON, New Loeds, Plumbers' Factor. Leeds. Pet June 9.
Ord June 9 st, Liverpool CARTER, JAMES, Alresford, Essex, Blacksmith. June 23 at 11. Townhall, Col
HALLIWELL, JOSEPH, Scarborough, Ohemist. Scarborough. Pet June 7. Ord
June 11 chester CARTHEW, OLIVER JAMES, Exeter, Corn Merchant. June 25 at 11. Castle of
HARNDEN, FRANCIS, Clee, Lincs, Smack Owner. Gt Grimsby. Pet June 10.
Ord zune 10 Exeter
HOARE, THOMAS, residence unknown, Licensed Victualler. High Court. Pet CHAMPION, GEORGE JOHN, Bristol, Warehouseman. June 27 at 12.30. Off Rec, Feb 22. Ord June 10 Bank chbrs, Bristol
HOFFMEISTER, CHARLES, and EDWARD HOFFMEISTER, Mark lane, Corn MerCOLEMAN, GEORGE, Walcote, Leicestershire, Carpenter. June 23 at 11.30. 28, chants. High Court. Pet May 20. Ord June 9
Friar lane, Leicester
IEATT, AUGUSTUS BISSETT, Farnborough, Auctioneer. Guildford and Godalming.
Pet June 7. Ord June 11 11. 3, Varey st, Lincoln's inn COPE, JOHN, Rhuddal Heath, nr Tarporley, Cheshire, Joiner. June 29 at 10.30.
JONES. EVAN, Aberdovey, Merioneth, Butcher. Aberystwith. Pet June 7.
Ord June 11 152, Hospital st, Nantwich CROOK, JOSEPH MOSES WILSON, JOHN BOTTOMLEY, and FRED WORSICK, Halifax,
JONES, MAURICE, Queen Victoria st, Financial Agent. High Court. Pet Feb 9.
Ord June 9
KENNEDY, WILLIAM, Kingston upon Hull, Umbrella Maker. Kingston upon
Hull. Pet June 9. Ord June 9 at 2.30. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn DAWSON, LEWIS, Rochdale, Iron Merchant. June 22 at 3. Off Rec, Ogden's
LAMB. GEORGE WILLIAM THOMAS, Fulbeck, Lincs, Farmer. Nottingham. Pet
May 18. Ord June 9 chmbrs, Bridge st, Manchester DAWSON, WILLIAM MASSEY, Burslem, Baker. June 23 at 11.15. North Stafford
Mason, GEORGE FINCH, South Audley st, Artist. High Court. Pet Dec 30. Ord
June 10 Hotel, Stoke upon Trent
MORGAN, EVAN, Newtown, Mont, Shoemaker. Newtown. Pet May 9. Ord DOVE, JOHN, New Clee, Lincolnshire, Smack Owner. June 29 at 12. Off Rec, 3, May 24
Haven st, Gt Grimsby,
MUSGRAVE, BENJAMIN, Cottingham, Yorks, Contractor. Kingston upon Hull.
Pet May 24. Ord June 11 12. Off Rec, St James's chmbrs, Derby EVANS. DAVID, Fforestfach, nr Swansea, Furniture Dealer. June 25 at 11. Off
O’DWYER, A VIGORS, Belgrave rd, Gent. High Court. Pet Feb 8. Ord June 10 Rec, 6, Rutland st, Swansea
PIRT, JOHN, Torpenhow, Cumberland, Farmer. Cockermouth and Workington. FLINT, JAMES CLIFFORD, Solon rd, Brixton, Clerk. Sune 22 at 2.30. 33, Carey st,
Pet June 7. Ord June 11 Lincoln's inn
PRATT, HENRY JAMES, York, Chemist. York. Pet May 25. Ord June 8 FORD, WILLIAM, Birmingham, Licensed Victualler. June 28 at 11. 25, Colmore ROBINSON, WILLIAM, Hatton gdn, Insurance Agent. High Court Pet Apr 22. row, Birmingham
Ord June 9 GARLAND, JOHN, Plymouth, Fish Buyer. June 27 at 11. 18, Frankfort st, Plymouth
SHERSON, ERROLL H 8, Longridge rd, Earl's ct, Gent. High Court. Pet Mar
10. Ord June 9 GIRVAN, ALEXANDER, Colchester, Draper. June 23 at 11.30. Townhall, Colchester
SMITH, ALFRED TURNER, Liverpool, Auctioneer. Liverpool. Pet June 9. Ord
STIDDER, JAMES GEORGE, Southwark Bridge rd, Sanitary Engineer. High Court.
Pet May 3. Ord June 10 HOUGHTON, HENDEN, Old Kent rd, Grocer. June 23 at 11. Bankruptcy bldgs,
Ord Lincoln's inn
TAYLOR, FRANCIS, Birmingham, Fruiterer. Birmingham. Pet June 10.
Pet May 31. HYA, MONTAGUE, Holborn Viaduct, Tailor. June 22 at 12. Bankruptcy bldgs,
June 11 Lincoln's inn
TINSLEY, WILLIAM, Catherine st, Strand, Publisher. High Court. Pet May 6. ILLINGWORTH, JOHN, Bingley, Yorks, Coal Merchant. June 24 at 12. Off Rec,
Ord June 10
VINTON, WILLIAM HENRY Evans, Kingston upon Hull, Smack Owner. Kingston JONES, EVAN, Aberdovey, Merioneth, Butcher. June 24 at 12.30. Townhall, upon Hull. Pet June 7. Ord June 11
WALTON, MONTEITH, Thorne's lane, Wakefield, Engineman. Wakefield. Pet LINES, JOHN, Wigston, Leicester, Paper Box Manufacturer. June 23 at 12.30.
June 2. Ord June 8
WHITE, THOMAS, Carmarthen, Coal Merchant. Carmarthen. Pet June 11. Ord MOODY, WALKER, Gt Grimsby, Smackowner. June 28 at 2. Off Rec, 3, Haven
WILLIAMS, THOMAS, Sketty, nr Swansea, Builder. Swansea. Pet June 8. Ord PINCH, CHARLES, Cambridge, rd, Mile End, Chair Manufacturer. June 23 at 12.
WRIGHT, THOMAS, and GEORGE WRIGHT, Elmswell, Suffolk, Brickmakers. Bury PIET, JOHN, Torpenhow, Cumberland, Farmer. June 23 at 12. 67, Duke st,
St Edmunds Pet June 8. Ord June 10
SALES OF ENSUING WEEK.
advertisement, June 18, p. 4). RUMSEY, W. B., St Paul's churchyard, Manufacturers’ Agent. June 22 at 11.
June 23.-H. J. É. BRAKE, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Land (see advertise
ment, June 11, p. 2). SANDYS, W.A., Fleet st, Managing Director of Railway Time Tables Publishing June 24.- Messrs. BAKER & Son, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Land and Pro
SHARP, E, BANA, Bradfora, Contest dalecolarimet 24 at 11. O# Rec, 81, Manor June te persones, Laguna Co., tał the Mart, at 2 p.zn., Freehold Pro
perty (see advertisement, June 11, p. 13).
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ACCUMULATED FUNDS, £3,297,000. THE FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of this Company was held within their house at Aberdeen on FRIDAY, the 10th of JUNE, 1887, when the Directors' Report was presented. The following is a Summary of the Report referred to :
FIRE DEPARTMENT. The PREMIUMS received last year amounted to £581,967 168. 3d., showing an increase of £4,636 163. 8d. over those of the previous year. The LOSSES amounted to £310,826 88. 1d., or 53:41 per cent. of the Premiums, which is a lower ratio than has been experienced since the year 1878The EXPENSES of MANAGEMENT (including Commission to Agents and charges of every kind) came to £191,666 193. 4d., or 32-93 per cent of
the Premiums. After reserving the usual 33 per cent of the Premiums to cover liabilities under current Policies, a profit was earned of £77,928 168. 7d.
Annual Premiums amounting to £14,432 158. 3d., and Single Premiums amounting to £293 28. 2d.
The Report having been unanimously adopted, it was resolved that the total amount to be distributed amongst the shareholders for the year 1988 be £75,000, being Dividends of 42 and Bonuses of 105. per Share, and that the sum of £75,000 be added to the Fire Reserve Fund, making that Fund now stand at £675,000.
LONDON BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ALEX. HEUN GOSCHEN, Esq.
WM. E. HUBBARD, Esq.
FERDINAND M. HUTH, Esq.
HENRY JAMES LUBBOCK, Esq.
JOHN STEWART, Esq.
WILLIAM WALKINSHAW, Esq.
Life DEPARTMENT-THOS. 1. COOKE, Actuary. Copies of the Report with the whole Accounts of the Company for the Year 1886 may be obtained from any of the Company's Offices or Agencies.
571 CASES REPORTED THIS WEEK.
the new system are not yet revealed, and it may be found that in the Solicitors' Journal. "Sara,” The; Baker v. Owners of they are sufficiently easy to tempt purchasers. But, admitting
574 for the moment that all first registrations will be with a possessory Aaron Wray, Re
Tidswell, Ex parte, Re Tidawell .. 577 Ball, Re, Slattery v. Ball
575 Watkinson, Ex parte, Re Wilson.. 578 title only, let us see how the measure is likely to work. The first Board of Trade, Ex parte, Re Brown, Ex parte, Re M'Henry.
In the Weekly Reporter.
purchaser, registered with a possessory title, is tolerably certain
to apply for confirmation of title, and, unless compelled to do so, Condon v. Vollum
Attorney - General Welsh Critchley's Trusts, Re
will not be likely to re-sell until the five years requisite for Cunningham & Co., Re
Broderick, Ex parte, In re Beetham 613 obtaining it have elapsed, and his title has become absolute. If he Curtis & Betts, Re
Calvert v. Thomas Marrett, Re, Chalmers v. Wing. Castle, In re
621 buys with the intention of re-selling speedily he will in all probafield ...
Guardians of Bristol v. Bristol Norton, Ex parte, Re Mansel
Urban Sanitary Authority
bility (provided the terms are moderate) consider it cheaper to Ongley v. Chatham Local Board .. 576 Hartley,
register as absolute owner, so as to save his solicitor's fees on a Royal Liver Friendly Society, Re,
Dunster Tiplady v. The Royal Liver James v. Lovel
re-sale, when he can throw all the office fees on the purchaser. Friendly Society
Stokes v. Stokes
618 It appears to us, therefore, to be practically plain that, whether first Webster v. Southey
registration is with a possessory title or with an absolute title,
second registrations on a purchase will be with an absolute title. The Solicitors' Journal and Reporter. But on a sale with an absolute title there appears to be no possiLONDON, JUNE 25, 1887.
bility of remuneration for a solicitor beyond the registration fee, unless perhaps a small sum for the preparation of the purchase con
tract. If the first purchaser, registered with a possessory title, and CURRENT TOPICS.
having applied for confirmation, has to re-sell before the five years SOLICITORS will be gratified to see the name of the President of have elapsed, the affidavit made on the application for confirmation the Incorporated Law Society in the list of Jubilee honours. Sir .. which must state that the deponent has made due inquiry into H. W. PARKER has won uncommon esteem during his tenure of the title, is not aware of any question or dispute as to the title, office; and we believe that, on personal grounds, the distinction except such (if any) as is specified in the affidavit, and believes which has been conferred will be heartily welcomed. But there that, except as aforesaid, the confirmation of the title will not preare, of course, other reasons for satisfaction. The honour is judice any estate, right, or interest of any other person in, to, or without doubt intended as a recognition of the services which the over the land” (clause 10 (2) )-will afford a mode of framing a Incorporated Law Society has rendered in promoting the amend- plausible condition of sale precluding the production or examination ments of the law which constitute one of the main features of of the title prior to the first registration. Let us suppose, however, the present reign; and the fact that two knighthoods should have that the first purchaser, registered with a possessory title, has not þeen bestowed within a few years on presidents of the Incorporated applied for confirmation before re-selling. As the transfer, or part Law Society, in their capacity as such, may be accepted as satis- of the transfer, to the new purchaser will take place in the Land factory testimony to the increasing influence and estimation of the Transfer Office, and the scale fees do not apply unless all the work representative society of solicitors.
mentioned in them has in substance been done (Re Lacey & Son, 32 W. R. 1, 25 Ch. D. 301), the remuneration will be, we sup
pose, under Schedule II. But whether there will be any or much IT IS A GREAT CONVENIENCE that the profession should have an work to be remunerated will depend on the conditions under which authentic statement of the order in which their actions which have the sale is made; and it appears probable that sales after registrabeen transferred to Mr. Justice KEKEWICI will be heard.
tion with a possessory title will be largely made subject to restricanother column will be found a list shewing that order. The tive conditions as to investigation of the title prior to the first wonder is that no such list has been printed on previous occa
registration. sions; the only mode of ascertaining when a transferred action would be in the paper being by searching the cause book or
THE AMENDMENTS to the Land Transfer Bill standing on the inquiring of the cause clerk. We hope that the new practice will paper on Monday evening last were disposed in four sets, to be be continued.
moved by the Duke of MARLBOROUGH, Lord MONTEAGLE, Lord
HERSCHELL, and Lord THRING respectively. The Duke of MarlTILE SPACE allotted to the legal profession in Westminster Abbey, BOROUGH’s amendments were directed principally to (1) making the on Tuesday last, contained only 100 seats. The judicial bench Land Transfer Board a dependency of the Land Commission ; (2) was represented by fifteen judges, including two Lords Justices, all applying compulsion all over the country at once ; (3) giving the the judges of the Chancery Division, and the Vice-Chancellor of county courts jurisdiction in cases of under £500 value ; (4) the County Palatine of Lancaster. The Chief Justice of the rendering the concurrence of the Land Transfer Board necessary Irish Queen's Bench Division was also present, not in his judicial for life compulsory powers of purchasing the reversion in fee at
to the validity of rules under the Act; (5) conferring on tenants robes, but wearing a collar of SS over a uniform probably better known in Ireland than here. Several Queen's Counsel
a valuation ; (6) reducing the initial subscription to the insurance present in court suits, and one with his gown and full-bottomed fund from d. in the £1 to 1d. in £100—i.e., from about 1-10 wig; also two junior counsel in stuff-gowns. Among the officials per cent. to 1-240 per cent; and (7) stopping all further insurance were one Chancery registrar, one master of the Queen's Bench, and charges until a new. General Order has been made under the several district registrars.
Solicitors' Remuneration Act fixing fees for registry business. The object of this last amendment is rather obscure. Owing to the absence of the duke from the committee, his first two amend
ments have dropped. Lord MONTEAGLE's amendment is to make OUR OBSERVATIONS last week on the effect of the passing of the the alterations in real property law apply to Ireland. The most Land Transfer Bill on solicitors' remuneration seem to have excited important amendments (as might have been supposed) are those a good deal of attention, but, judging from some of the remarks which stood in the name of Lord HERSCHELL. Their main object we have heard, it would appear that the mode in which the and scope was as follows:-(1) To throw the duty of registrameasure is likely to act in this respect is not very well understood tion on the purchaser instead of on the vendor; (2) to rely on the in some quarters. It seems to be supposed that we overlooked mere deprivation of the legal estate as a sufficient penalty for the fact that first registration will, in general, be only with a non-registration ; (3) to give a proprietor injured by mistakes in possessory title ; and the opinion seems to be entertained that upon the register a direct claim for indemnity out of the insurance such a registration the title previous to registration will have to be fund without the necessity of first pursuing his remedies investigated upon every dealing with the land for many years after against any private person; (4) to lay down that, in cases the registration, and that therefore the present generation of prae- of mistakes on the register, the court shall, as titioners need not apprehend any diminution of profits. For rule, restore the land to the person deprived of it, and reasons which we have given before, we do not think it clear that award the compensation to the wrongly-registered purchaser, first registration will be universally with a possessory title. with a discretion to do otherwise only on special cause shewn; (5) The terms on which "absolute" titles will be granted under 1 to give surviving husbands and wives absolute interests in one
third, instead of life interests in the whole, of the lands of their to be paid, of course, must have some meaning, and upon this intestate spouses ; (6) to enable a proprietor to increase the amount meaning the opinion does not give much enlightenment in point of his insurance in cases of increased value. Lord HERSCHELL'S of detail. What does "exclusive of any allowance for past or amendments also comprise important improvements in the detail of future profits" mean? We think that “future profits” may be section 4 relating to the registration of settled land, and, in the lan- easily referred to the profits naturally to be expected from an guage of clause 9 (compulsory registration of all subsequent dealings), increase of population in most cases, and occasionally to be and clause 38 (devolution of real estate). Lord TurinG's amendments expected from a decrease in the cost of labour employed by the were (1) for shifting the duty of registration from vendor to pur- tramway company, “Past profits " it is not so easy to explain, chaser ; (2) for limiting compulsion to cases of sale ; (3) omitting but we think perhaps that the Legislature intended to exclude all express directions as to the exact manner in which settled land from consideration exceptional profits arising from exceptional is to be registered ; and (4) leaving the case of subsequent dealings circumstances in any past year, as, for instance, from the fact as it now stands under the Act of 1875-namely, that they can be of the town served by the tramway having been the scene of a validly made by common law assurances, subject only to a risk of Royal visit or an industrial exhibition. being ousted by subsequent inconsistent registrations.
BEFORE CONSIDERING the amendments in detail in committee, THE INQUIRIES WHICH WILL BE NECESSARY two speeches were made of some importance.
BEFORE COMPLETING A PURCHASE FROM A
The Lord Chancellor stated that, while be welcomed several of the
REGISTERED OWNER. amendments as improvements of the Bill, yet he would be un
In Mr. Hunter's paper on the Land Transfer Bill, read on the 7th able to admit any that touched upon either of the three fol- inst. before the Incorporated Law Society, five heads of inquiry lowing matters of principle :-(1) That the Land Transfer Board are stated as to which it will still be necessary for a purchaser should be independent of the Land Commission; (2) that compul- from a registered owner to satisfy himself before completing a sion should be applied gradually district by district; and (3) that purchase under the new system. the vendor should remain the person on whom the duty of registra
The first of these to the effect that, owing to the Settled tion is to be thrown. Lord HERSCHELL, following the Chancellor, Land Act and to the new mode of vesting trust estates in repeated his protest against the form of the Bill, pointing out trustees under the Conveyancing Act, it will be necessary in that an amending measure was only admissible where the law to be many cases to notice trusts on the register, with the result amended was familiar, which is not the case here. He also that' purchasers will be affected with constructive notice of the enlarged somewhat on the distinction between indefeasible and terms of the settlement—has been removed by the adoption guaranteed title, and expressed regret that the Bill, while in prin- of Lord Herschell's amendment of clause 5, noticed in another ciple inclining to guaranteed title, still retained the nomenclature column. In passing, it may, however, be pointed out that Lord of indefeasibility. He further stated that, in his opinion, the Thring's amendment abolishing clause 5 altogether would probably initial costs of compulsory registration ought to be reduced to have effected the desired object even better.
For, under the the lowest possible level, or, if this was impracticable, should existing registry practice, the provisions of the Settled Land Act be shared to some extent by the State. In the committee which have been satisfactorily met by the following arrangement:-The followed it very early appeared that the Lord Chancellor's word tenant for life is registered as "proprietor” simply, and the would be law. Lord HERSCHELL, supported by Lord KIMBERLEY, trustees' controlling power is preserved by a " restriction” (see pressed his first amendment (of clause 2) to a division, but it was sections 58 and 59 of the Act of 1875), to the effect that no dealnegatived by 40 to 16. The consideration of amendments was ing is to take place without their consent or till further order. carried on (notwithstanding an appeal from an overworked noble This simple arrangement will, however, be superseded by the lord at 6.45 p.m.) down to clause 10. The substantial alterations provisions of clause 5 if the Bill passes as it now stands. admitted were as follows:-(1) the registration of a person "as
Second.—The original Bill gave no protection against succession tenant for life" is not to "affect any person with constructive duty. But by the amended clause 43 provision is made for its notice of the terms of the settlement." The Lord Chancellor being treated as an “incumbrance." This means that unless it is undertook to reconsider sub-clause (4) of clause 5, requiring the registered it ceases to affect land in the hands of a purchaser. trustees of the settlement to apply for the registration of succeed-Provision is at the same time made for giving the Commissioners ing tenants for life. We have already commented on the need of of Inland Revenue an ample opportunity of asserting their rights. reconsideration here. An exception was introduced at the end of Mr. Hunter expresses a doubt whether the proposed clause will be clause 5, in consequence of which land held on trust for sale will effectual for its purpose. As to this we can only say that, in the not need to be registered in the name of the tenant for life, except absence of any reasons assigned, and after the best consideration where an order has been actually made under the Settled Land we can give to it, we fail to see on what ground it arises. Act, 1884. Clause 9 was also made more exact, according to Lord Third.—Until a central registry of the various matters which HERSCHELL’s amendments. Lord Thrina's amendments were with- now form the subject-matter of searches—for instance, executions, drawn. The Duke of MARLBOROUGH’s dropped, as already men- lis pendens, bankruptcies, &c.—is established, these searches will tioned. Lord MONTEAGLE's was not reached.
still have to be made. This assertion, coming from such an authority, is calculated to arouse considerable alarm. For it is
certainly the general impression that such searches will no longer THE PUBLISHED OPINION of the Attorney-General as to the terms transfer for value shall confer a feé simple, subject to the incum.
The Act of 1875, s. 30, says that a registered on which a tramway may be purchased by a local authority deals brances entered on the register, and to rights by the Act with a matter of very great importance. The 43rd section of the declared not to be incumbrancés, “but free from all other Tramways Act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vict. c. 78), enacts that a local estates and authority, after the expiration of a period of twenty-one years None of the matters usually made the subject of searches
interests whatsoever,” including the Crown. from the time when any tramway undertaking was first authorized, are included in the list of matters by the Act (section 1.8 may compulsorily purchase such undertaking upon terms of declared not to be incumbrances. On what ground, then, will paying the then value (exclusive of any allowance for past or they be held to affect purchasers of registered titles ? The words pulsory sale or other consideration whatsoever) of the tramway." express or implied, statutory, equitable, or by force of the compter. These words having alarmed a great tramway company, ana opinion la pressurely a system which, in the face of a registered transfera has been taken and published. For the effects that they undertaking ignores ure priorecereyance for value by indenture sealed and been sometimes put, ad so much old from conhe opinion is asiearing statutory priorities. ' Stil, a short clause determining this moderna Correct. The Art prescribes that the promote copinhon is ellene i definitely prould no doubt'be al desirable addition to the Act before attributed to it in the opinion. But the restrictions upon the price exposing themselves to any risk" by Omitting precautions that are