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N1-IALE.E Sr Jorm, Albemarle st, Piccadilly, Lieutenant. June 24 at 12. 33, Carey st. Lincoln's inn

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PRICE. BARAH ANN, Norwich, Tobaoeonist. Junc2-1 at 12.30. Auction Mart. Token house yd

ROBINSON. PERONI, Heigham, Norwich, Baker. J une 25 at 11. O11‘ Rec, 8, King st, Norwich

Ronmsox. WILLIAM. Hatton gdn, Insurance Agent. June 24 at 11. 33, Carey sf. Lincoln's inn

Ross, GEORGE, Leicester, Butcher. J ime 27 at 12 30. 28, Friar lane, Leicester Rowmmns, DAVID, Neath. Innkeeper. J une 25 at 3. Castle Hotel, Neath Rnssi-:LL, SYDNEY J AMES, Folkestone, Tobaceonist. June 25 at 11.30. Bankruptcy

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MCQUADE, ANDREW, Levensbulme, nr Manchester, Gent. Manchester. Pet May 9. Ord June 14 _ 1\IUNIgYd JCHARLES, Winchester, out of busmess. Winchester. Pet April 21. r une 15 PABKES, JOSEPH, Liverpool, Grocer. Liverpool. Pet June 10. Ord J une .14

PRESTON, HARVEY J AMES, Clifton rd, Clapton park, Cattle Dealer. High Court.
Pet June 13. Ord June 14
PRICE, JOHN, Nottingham, Builder. Nottingham. Pet May 20. Ord June 15

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Ross, GEORGE, Leicester, Butcher. Leicester. Pet J une 13. Ord June 13

Rowmrzns. DAVID, Neath, Glamorganshire, Innkeeper. Neath. Pet June 11. Ord J une 14

Susan/ow, WILLIAM, and ALI-‘BED HENRY CATLING, Billiter sq, Hemp Broker. Hi h Court. Pet May 11. OrdJvne 11

SMELE. innit JANE, Penryn, Cornwall, Grocer. Truro. Pet June 13. Ord

June 13 SMITH. FLORENCE EMMA, Leamington, no occupation. Warwick. Pet June 2. Ord June 14 4

SMITH, REGINALD Tnouas, Hove, Sussex, Stock Broker. Brighton. Ord June 13

SMIII3 TIIIOMAS, Halesworth, Suffolk, Builder. Gt Yarmouth. Pet June 13. rd une 13 SMITII, THOMAS, Walsall, Hay Dealer. _Walsall. Pet June 11. Ord June 14

VICKERMAN, THOMAS, Kingston upon Hull, Druggist. Kingston upon Hull.
Pet June 13. Ord June 13 _
WARE], FREDERICK, Bristol, Boot Manufacturer. Bristol. Pet May 21. Ord
une 14
WATSON, WALTER, JAMES WALLACE _W.i'rsoN, and ALi.i:.\' GROOME D0l.'Gl.:\S.
Birmingham. Lithographers. Buniiiiisham. Pet March 2. Ord J une 1.1
WIIITELL, JOSEPH Hnmzr, Richmond, Yor , out of business. Northallcrton.
Pet June 3. OrdJune15 _
WHITEHEAD, EBENEZER, King's Lynn, Norfolk, Accountant. Kings Lynn.
Pet May 18. Ord June 10
WOOD. GEoRoE FREDERICK, Beaufort ter, Fulham, Merchant. High Court-
Pet May 23. Ord June 11 _ _
The fol owing amended notice is substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of June 3. d
HARRISON, ROBSON, Tibthorpe, Yorks, Farmer. York. Pet May 27- 01‘

May 31
ADJ UDICATION S AN NULLEI).

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SOLICITORS’ IOURNALI June :5,

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MARRIAGE. 14, at Charleywood, Rickmansworth. Robert A. A.

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All letters intended for publication in the “ Solicitors’ Journal" must on authenticated by the name of the writer.

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SCHWEITZEB.’S COCOATIN

Anti-Dxyfipeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder. Guaranteed re Soluble Cocoa of the Finest Quality, 1 with the excess of fat extracted.

The Faculty pronounce it “the most nutritious, perfectly digestible bevempze for Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper, and invaluable for Invalids and Children."

Highly commended by the entire Medical Press. fo

Being without sugar, spice, or other mlmixturo, it suits all palates, keeps for years in all climates, and is ur iirues the strength cf cocoas TIIICXEIED yet WBAKBNED with starch, &c., and I1!’ REALITY cuasrsn than such Mixtures.

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Malls instantaneously with boiling water, a ts-‘spoon to T1 Breakfast Cup, costing less than a halipcnny. Coccsrnn A La Vnuun is the most delicate, digestible, cheapest Mamlla Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is prohibited. in tins at ls. 6d., 3s., 5s. 0d., &c., by Chemists a _ _ Grocers. Charities on Special Terms by the Sole Proprietor. H. Scawnrzsn it Co., l0, Adam-st., Strand, Lou1lon,W.C.

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SOLlClTORS' GOWNS. Law Wigs and Gowns for Registrars, Town Clorks, and Clerks of the Peace. ll

ilillifiliillifll RDBES. UNIVERSITY AND CLERGY BOW
ESTABLISHED 1689.
94, CHANCERY LANE LONDON.

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The Company is lprepared to receive money ior investment in First ernstered Mortgages oi Frcchold in the States of the United States of America, for flv years, yielding 6 per cent. interest, payable by coupons halt-yearly in London, principa and interest guaranteed by the Company. For full information as to these investments apply to the London Ofilce.

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D] ESSRS. JOHNSON & DYMOND beg

to announce that their Bales by Auction o! Plate, Watches, Chains, Jewellery, Precious Stones, &c., are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

The attention 0! Solicitors, Executors, Trustees, and others is particularly called to this ready means {cg thee disposal oi Property oi deceased and other O B11 .

In consequence 0! the trcquency oi their sales Messrs. J . is D. are enabled to include large or small quantities at short notice (if required).

Bales oi Furniture held at >rivate houses.

Valuations for Probate or 'l‘rzurs£er. Terms on application to the City Auction Rooms (established 1793), 38 and 39, Graceuhurcn-street, l:}.C.

Messrs. Johnson 6: Dymond beg to notiiy that their Auction Sales ct Weanng Appnrel, 1-Tic-cc Goods, Household and Ofllice Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, &c., are held on ouch day oi tho week Baturdsy excepted).

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NUNTEARABLE LETTEll

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l 1,000 Leaf Book, 55. ea. 500 Leaf Book, 3s. 6d. English made. THE BEST LETTER COPYING BOOK 001.

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In the Wee/ciy Reporter.
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CASES REPORTED THIS WEEK.

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The Solicitors’ journal and Reporter.

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_ We sac GL=_!D to_learn that Master BREWER, though still suffer-
ing from bruises, is recovering satisfactorily from the effects of
the accident which recently bcfell him; but, acting on the advice
of his medical attendant, it is probable that he will not resume his
duties until after the Long Vacation.

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Ir is sriirsn that in all probability several of the courts will be closed on_ Monday next in consequence of the irrepressible desire of leflflltd ]l1dgea to be present at the Imperial Institute ceremony. If this' practice is to continue, it will be desirable that a few words_sliould be added at the end of R. S. C., 1883, LXIIL, 2, providing that it shall not be necessary for the courts to sit “ on any day on which the Queen appears in public.”

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H°Tna %AND Tnusrsa BILL passed through committee in the intlisg 0 giords on Monday evening last. The main amendments Fund uce have the following cfl’ect:~—C'lauae 20 (1) (Insurance with l bl-'l°£V glvefl the Injured party ii direct claim on the fund first ("I012 e necessity of proceeding against any private delinquent restér ause 21 (Restoration of Land) _now directs the court to tar ofe wrongly registered _land to its rightful owner as a matthe wr°°l11iBe, except on special cause shewn to the contrary, leaving fund Ogghy registered pi-opi-ietor to be compensated out of the

8 B1 6' fl¢17H?e_1 (Insurance F1_ind).—No insurance fee will be sngai 6 on marriage or other family settlements, though for value, surfing 69:6 of improved value, a proprietor may increase his inare be? 8 any time. We understand that the real property clauses ing 0 tllg subjected to considerable revision with a view to carrymer more effectually the general policy of the Bill ; What the

a ions are will not probably appear till Monday next.

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' II-I; or the Registration of Deeds of Arrangement introg€c‘fgo:§ 31;‘ A. K. R0i.Lir, to which we referred on a previous with ameng" ei P437l- has now passed the House of Commons placed u 0 “guts, 5° that, in some form or other, it will probably be efiected linnth B statute-book this Session. The chief amendments upon that 0 _Bill in Committee of the House of Commons are

W0 points on which we commented, and we observe that

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our suggestions have been adopted by striking out the limitation of the Bill to traders, thus making it applicable to non-traders as well, and by the omission of the clause making it penal for u. debtor entering into an unregistered deed of arrangement to obtain credit to the extent of £20 or upwards from any person within two years from the date of the deed without informing such person of the nature and efiect of the deed. Beyond this, the Bill, which originally was made to extend to England and Wales only, has been made to apply to Ireland as well, Scotland only being now excluded. The rest of the amendments in committee are, more or less, of a verbal nature merely.

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Tns NEWS which has leaked out that a majority of the judges
have agreed to a scheme under which the number of assize towns
for civil business will be limited to two on each circuit, has
naturally caused great excitement among the common law bar.
Meetings of members of circuits are being held upon the subject,
and the Home Secretary has this week been plied with questions
upon it. The apprehension was widely entertained that the
sweeping changes proposed would be carried out by an Order in
Council under section 23 of the Judicature Act, 1875, which
would be quietly laid on the table of the House after the
legal members had left town to go on circuit, and after slum-
bering unobserved for forty days would become law. The
replies given to the questions in the House of Commons were
mostly evasive and mysterious, but at length Mr. W. H. Siiirn
was driven into giving a pledge that there would be “no rash
adoption of any such rule as that referred to,” and he added that
probably it would not take efiect during the present summer. It
seems likely that the judges and the Government will have to
reckon, not merely with the bar, but with the solicitors, authori-
ties, inhabitants, and representatives in Parliament of the thirty-
two counties which, if report speaks truly, it is proposed to deprive
of civil assizes, and not only with them, but also with the jurors for
London and Middlesex, on whom it seems to be proposed that an
increased burden should be thrown. So far as can be judged from
the statements which are prevalent, the judges’ scheme seems to
go beyond the requirements of reasonable reform, and to be con-
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Ma. Dsiir’s death, following with lamentable rapidity his retire-
ment from practice, has removed a. man of great and varied gifts.
There is no need to say anything to our readers of his eminence as
a lawyer; for years and years he was the Conveyancing Cadi,
sitting above, instead of beside, the gate of New-square, and
settling with marvellous rapidity and curtness the disputes of
vendors and purchasers and draftsmen of instruments. The
attempt made by the Legislature to infringe his monopoly
by the invention of the summons under the Vendor and Pur-
chaser Act, 1874, had, we believe, little effect on the busi-
ness in his court; it was obviously as impossible to imitate
the promptness of decision, unembarrzissed by the necessity for
explaining the grounds of decision, which characterized the New-
square tribunal, as it was to discovera judge who, like Mr. D.-U11‘,
was thoroughly familiar with every detail of conveyancing prac-
tice and every point of real property law. Mr. DART was, however,
much more than the successor of DUVAL and Cniiisris; he was an
accomplished scholar and a poet. In early life he won the
Newdigate prize for English verse with a poem on “The Exile of
St. Helena,” and in 1865 he published a translation of the Iliad
in hexameter verse, which, we believe, met with 'very favourable
notice from such a critic as the late Dr. Wniiwi-:LL. The proofs
were revised (or should we say “ settled ” ?) by another
eminent conveyancer, the late Mr. W. Hares. It is
singular that in the preface to the first edition of his Vendors
and Purchasers, in 1851, Mr. DART evidently expected the early
establishment of a new system of land transfer. He explained that,
although the establishment of a general register (which seems
then to have been in contemplation) would ultimately effect con-
siderable changes in the law and practice of sales, yet, as no part
of the then present systcm would become wholly obsolete until many
years after such a plan had received the assent of the Legislature,
he did not consider it necessary to delay the publication of his

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