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to account, either at the times actually agreed upon, or at the times fixed Trade Provisional Orders Confirmation Bill of that session, and the work by the custom of trade, or within a reasonable time, and he was bound lapsed. It was contended that it was the duty of the plaintiff as Parlianot to state his accounts in such a way as to mislead the principals into mentary agent to give due notice of each step to be taken by the prosupposing that he had not received moneys which he had, in fact, moters, and it appeared that he had given notice of the dates of the received. If, having received money which he ought to have accounted previous preliminary proceedings. The defendant counter-claimed for to his principals, he used it for his own purposes, and gave them mis- damages for this alleged negligence. A gentleman from the office of leading accounts to conceal what he had done, he was guilty of a gross Messrs. Baxters & Co., Parliamentary agents, stated that it was their infraud. On the evidence his lordship was of opinion that the present bank- variable practice to keep clients informed of the dates. The plaintiff's rupt had acted in this way, and, whether what he had done was an in clerk, on the otaer hand, stated that on the 14th of April he had called dictable offence or not, it was a gross fraud. It might not, in the strict the attention of Mr. Lobb, defendant's clerk, to the necessity of adversense of the words, amount to a fraudulent breach of trust, but anything tising by the 25th of April. Mr. Lobb denied this interview, but both Mr. more fraudulent in business could not be conceived. Looking at this and Gale and his clerk stated that on a subsequent occasion at the Board of the other offences of the bankrupt under section 28, the proper course Trade Office Mr. Lobb said that he imputed no blame to Mr. Gale. was absolutely to refuse the bankrupt his discharge. LINDLEY, L.J., After hearing the evidence, STEPHEN, J., said he must find for the could not understand how it could be said that an unpaid creditor could plaintiff for the amount of his claim and also upon the counter-claim. not be aggrieved by the granting of an order of discharge to a bankrupt His lordship could not see that it was the special duty of Mr. Gale to The effect of the order would be to preclude him from all remedy against keep Mr. Kite informed of this matter. Both Mr. Kite and Mr. Lobb the bankrupt and to affect his right to payment out of the estato. He were solicitors. They had this Act before them. That was not all. was clearly a "person aggrieved.” On the substance of the case his They had the Board of Trade rules, which specially called attention to lordship entirely agreed with the Master of the Rolls. LOPES, L.J., the dates. His lordship thought that these things were enough to reconcurred.

lieve Mr. Gale of the necessity of giving notice; but beyond that there The question was then raised whether the bankrupt should be was evidence of express notice given on the 14th of April by Mr. ordered to pay the costs of the appeal, and it w 18 urged that it would Sawyer, the plaintiff's clerk. After explaining his reasons for accepting be contrary to the practice to order an undischarged bankrupt to pay this evidence, his lordship said that in both views of the case, but more costs, he having no estate. Lord ESHER, M.R., said that the court had especially on the ground that there had been express notice, he gave jurisdiction to make such an order, and they thought it right to do so in judgment for the plaintiff.—Counsel, C. Crawley; Ēdwyn Jones.— Times. the present case.-COUNSEL, Winslow, Q.0., and Herbert Reed : Cooper Willis, Q.O. SOLICITORS, Parker, Garrett, f Parker; Redpath & Holds- RAVEN v. STEVENS & SONS—Q B. Div., Stephen, J., 11th November. worth.

This was an action brought against the publishers of the Law List to recover damages for an alleged libel in that publication, the

libel consisting in a mis-statement of the date of the plaintiff's CASES AFFECTING SOLICITORS.

admission as a solicitor. Counsel, in opening the case, said that IN THE MATTER OF A SOLICITOR-Q. B. Div., 11th November.

the plaintiff, Mr. John Raven, was a solicitor, admitted in 1869,

and practising at Wandsworth and in London. The defendants duly
Counsel, who appeared for the Incorporated Law Society in this case, published in the Law List particulars of his addresses and of his
said that the solicitor in question had acted for very many years for the admission until 1885, when they announced him as admitted in 1879.
trustees of the marriage settlement of Mr. and Mrs. D. Mrs. D. The plaintiff called their attention to the error, but in spite of that
died in 1862, and since then her husband had received the dividends they repeated it in 1886. The plaintiff could prove that he had suffered
on a sum of £1,340 in Consols from the solicitor, but the latter had damage from the mistake-among other things the loss of two chancery
received and never paid over the dividends due in July, 1885, and January actions. [Stephen, J.:- I don't see that the defendants were under any
of the present year. One of the trustees under the marriage settlement duty to give his admission correctly. The Law List is only a directory.]
had died, and the surviving trustee had resigned last year. In the The Law List is an official publication. It is accepted by your lordships as
autumn of 1885 the solicitor had given notice to Mr. D. that he should evidence. (STEPHEN, J.:-Is there any Act which makes it evidence ?]
no longer act under a power of attorney which the trustees had given It is made evidence by 23 & 24 Vict. c. 127, s. 22, that a solicitor is for that
him to receive the dividends on this sum in Consols; but it appeared that year entitled to practice. (STEPHEN, J., after referring to the statute :-
in January last he had obtained payment of the dividend then due and There is nothing here about dates. It is only evidence that a person has
that of the previous half-year. The matter having been placed in the taken out his certificate.] But if the person is misdescribed he may not
hands of the Incorporated Law Society last April, the solicitor, who be identified with the person who bas taken out the certificate. The
had been instructed by Mr. D. to apply to the court for the appoint- defendants are the authorized publishers of the list. They are
ment of new trustees, had expressed his willingness to pay over the two authorized by the Commissioners of Inland Revenue. [STEPHEN,
dividends to Mr. D. if it was thought that he ought to do so. The secre- J. :-But only to publish a list of persons certificated. I don't see
tary of the society had expressed an opinion that he ought to hand cver that there is a libel or anything like it.] Archibald v. Sweet (5 C. & P.)
the moneys, but he had, in fact, retained them. His excuse was that at is an authority that any untrue statement is actionable if injury results
the time of his having offered to part with the moneys he had not been from it. (STEPHEN, J. -I should like to see it. You do not say that
able to look at his papers, from which it appeared that a larger sum was there is express malice ?] No; but negligence, gross negligence. After
due to him for moneys advanced to Mr. D. than the amount of the some further argument STEPHEN., J., said he was of opinion that there
dividends, and also for bills of costs. The solicitor, in his affidavit, had must be judgment of nonsuit with costs, which was entered accordingly.
further stated that he was possessed of landed property of the value of - Times,
£50,000. There was no desire on the part of the Incorporated Law
Society to inculpate the solicitor, but they had thought the case, as
brought before them when there had been no suggestion of any money
having been due from Mr. D. to the solicitor, was one which ought to

be brought before the court. It would probably be best that there should
be an inquiry into the true facts of the case before a master. The court

having intimated that there was no case for such inquiry, counsel briefly The fifty-ninth annual general meeting of this society was held on the
addressed the court on behalf of the solicitor, and Lord COLERIDGE, C.J., 3rd inst.
in giving judgment, said that the application must be dismissed. Before The report of the committee and the treasurer's accounts having been
such a charge was made against a solicitor, on whom it might inflict very taken as read,
severe injury, due investigation into the facts ought to be made. The The PRESIDENT (Mr. T. BELLRINGER) delivered an address, in which,
Law Society had made a mistake in not giving notice to the solicitor of after tracing the steps taken towards promoting the objects of the Pro-
their intention

make this application, and he had made a mistake in vincial Sittings Bill, he said :-In August last the objectionable order not informing them of the claim he had against Canon Drake, who had regulating the trial of witness causes in chancery was annulled, and a clearly, at times, received moneys from him before he himself could have new rule passed, which has been circulated amongst the members. The received the dividends. MANISTY, J., in concurring, said that the legal effect of this new rule is that, if, on the 1st of June and 1st of December Society for the work which it had done in purifying the roll of solicitors. ceeding in the District Registries of Liverpool and Manchester, or either There had, in the present case, no doubt been on anxious desire on the of them, have been set down for trial, special sittings are to be held at part of the society to do its duty, but it had unfortunately failed to take Liverpool and Manchester for the trial of such causes. It appears one important step in the matter. Application dismissed without costs.- doubtful whether the rule means that, if on either date there are five COUNSEL, F. W. Hollams ; Wilkinson. Times.

causes proceeding and set down for trial in Manchester, and five in

Liverpool, there will be special sittings at both places or at neither, or GALE v. KITE-Q. B. Div., Stephen, J., 6th November.

whether there will only be a sitting at that place in the registry of which

there are ten causes set down. There has not yet been any opportunity DUTY OF PARLIAMENTARY AGENT.

of ascertaining how the rule will be interpreted, but it may be reasonably This was an action by a Parliamentary agent against a solicitor to expected that her Majesty's judges will put a liberal construction upon it. recover £47 10s., the amount of his bill of costs for services in connection You will have observed that the rule deals with only witness causes in with an application for the Lyndhurst Gas and Water Provisional Order, the Chancery Division, and does not meet the well-known hardship and 1885. The defence was that the plaintiff had neglected to give to the increased cost arising from having to try non-witness causes in the same

The success of the new rule depends upon the notice of the necessity for the publication of the draft order by advertise facilities which may be conferred of administratively dealing with causes ment before the 25th of April, in accordance with the provisions of the Gas in the district registries. The rules for this purpose are doubtless under and Water Facilities Act, 1870. In consequence of the order not being so the consideration of the Rule Committee of her Majesty's judges. advertised it was unable to be introduced in due course into the Board of | The report of the committee appointed by the Lord Chancellor to

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inquire into the subject of procedure in the Chancery Division was issued justified in lending the amount they propose to lend "; and then said that a few months since, and will well repay perusal. That committee, which although the trustees did take the opinions of the valuer they ought not to was presided over by the Master of the Rolls (Lord Esher), heard have been satisfied with them, but ought to have looked into the matter witnesses from Manchester and Liverpool, and the society is indebted to with more care. In Godfrey v. Faulkner (23 Oh. D. 483) Bacon, V.C., Mr. Isham Gill for the very able manner in which, as the witness from said :-" The test of liability always is whether or not the trustees Liverpool, he brought before the committee the present inadequate have acted as prudent men would have acted in dealing with their own powers of the district registrars in this division. You will be pleased to property." It cannot, I think, be doubted that the trustees in Re Olive know that the committee recommend that in Liverpool and Manchester believed they were acting as prudent men in doing what they did, and that the district registrars should, in causes and matters proceeding in the had they been lending their own moneys they would not have acted district registry, exercise the jurisdiction (as proposed to be regulated) differently or advanced one penny less than they did as trustees. I am and perform all the duties of a chief clerk, and that, in actions pending afraid there are many trustees who had made advances upon house proin the district registry, the registrar should act as taxing master. perty in contravention to this rule, and in most cases have acted upon the Unfortunately, reforms of this nature come but slowly. Seeing that our adviceof their solicitors. What I desire to point out is that the rule or efforts have so far obtained only the emall concession of the new rule, dictum having been so enunciated, and so strictly enforced, it behoves and as the condition of political affairs has prevented Mr. Whitley every solicitor to act and to advise trustees to act strictly in accordance pressing forward the Bill during the last two Sessions of Parliament, it | with it. may be wise to consider whether, before it is again introduced, it should I should be taking up too much of your valuable time if I entered into not be reconstructed in such a manner that, while securing by the Bill a full explanation of the important case of Re Pope (34 W. R. 693). But the facilities and privileges at present enjoyed in the Chancery of the it is one that illustrates the pitfalls which surround us in the practice of County Palatine, the consolidation of that court with the High Court our profession. It is hardly credible that it should be so; but according should form part of the scheme, as recommended by the Judicature to this decision, which is one of the Court of Appeal, a purchaser may Commission in their second report ten years ago, or in the alternative complete his purchase only to find that there is a judgment creditor, who, that an extended and common law jurisdiction should be conferred on the under an order appointing a receiver, the existence of which there is no Duchy Court. It cannot be too widely known that there are accumula means of finding out, is entitled to step in and have his judgment debt tions from suitors' fees in the Duchy Court of over £110,000, which can satisfied to the prejudice of the purchaser. There could not be a stronger (may I say should) be made available for the purposes of the main objects case to illustrate the absolute necessity of immediate legislation to remedy of the Bill.

such a defect as is there shewn to exist in the law relative to the registraBefore leaving this subject I desire to refer to the great hardship, tion of judgments, executions, &c. As stated in the report, the inconvenience, and loss caused to suitors by the masters in London (whose Incorporated Law Society of the United Kingdom have taken up the decisions are upheld by the judges) refusing to sanction the delivery of matter with a view to a remedy being provided. pleadings during the Long--the far too long—Vacation. Consider for With regard to the practice in the county courts the new orders and one moment the effect of this refusal. The arrangement for the trial of rules which came into operation in April last did not, I regret to say, make civil causes at the assizes held in Manchester and Liverpool, beginning at any provision for the much needed reduction in the court fees. These the end of October, is supposed to be a special concession to meet the fees are exorbitant, and from my experience I know they are often demand of these districts for the disposal of actions arising after, or absolutely prohibitory to parties taking proceedings in these courts. which were not ripe for trial at, the Summer Assizes. Now observe how There is one new rule, ord. 5, r. 9, relating to obtaining leave to sue beautifully that which is granted by one hand is practically withdrawn by out of the jurisdiction, which causes much unnecessary trouble and the other. An action is commenced, say on the 12th of August and the annoyance to suitors, as well as taking up much valuable time of the appearance is entered in London. A defendant wishing to gain time, officials. I trust that in the interests of suitors the committee may be and having the option, will enter it the rather than in the district successful in getting this rule abrogated. registry, where he knows that an order to proceed would be made as a I take this opportunity of mentioning that, as yonr president, I was matter of course. The district registry here is not only open for the honoured for the first time with an invitation to dine with the treasurer whole of every day of the Long Vacation, but there is one registrar and benchers of the Middle Temple. In proposing the toast of the visitors, always in attendance. The result of the masters' and judges' desire for the treasurer referred in flattering terms to the good work which this the strict observance of the rest the vacation affords is that under the society was doing in the North of England. When I tell you that the rule they will not permit any pleadings to be delivered until the 24th of treasurer was the Vice-Chancellor of the Duchy, you will appreciate all October, the end of the vacation. It is then absolutely impossible to try the more the good feeling shewn to the society, the action at the assizes in October or beginning of November, and it It was moved by the PRESIDENT, and seconded by the Vice-PRESIDENT goes over until February, or six months after the action has been com- (Mr. J. H. Kexion), and resolved :-"That the report of the committee, menced, to the prejudice and injury of the plaintiff, whose only chance together with the treasurer's accounts, be approved and adopted; and of recovering his demand is probably by an early trial. In the mean. that the same be printed and circulated.” time, rather than wait this long period, he is glad to compromise his It was moved by Mr. Gill, seconded by Mr. THORNELY, and resolved :claim even at a sacrifice, or he refers it to arbitration. And yet some of "That the thanks of the meeting be given to the president for his address, the judges say, “Look at the cause list, and you get an answer to the and that ihe same be printed as part of the report." demand for provincial sittings."

There were eleven nominations to fill the vacancies upon the committee, It is to be lamented that political controversies have, amongst other with the result that the following seven gentlemen were elected for the things, prevented pressing and urgent measures, such as the Bill relating term of three years next ensuing :- Messrs. H. H. Gibbous, J. H. Kenion, to trustees formerly introduced by Mr. Ince and backed by Mr. Whitley, F. D. Lowndes, C. H. Morton, W. T. Rogers, A. T. Squarey, and C. E. from being dealt with. I refer especially to that part by which it is Stevens. proposed to authorize trustees to advance up to two-thirds of the value It was moved by Mr. Bird, seconded by Mr. Srone, and resolved :of house properly. You are now, no doubt, all acquainted with the absurd That the thanks of the society be given to the president, officers, and rule that trustees may not advance more than two-thirds of the value of members of the committee for their services during the past year.” lands or more than half the value of buildings. We have been told, in recent cases, that this rule is an old one, but, if so, it has been more honoured in the breach than in the observance. The great depreciation The following are extracts from the report of the committee :which has taken place in the value of house property has caused con Members.--The number of members at the present time is 286. siderable losses upon mortgage investments, and unfortunate trustees, * Corporation Leases.-As soon as the committee became aware that the who have acted as they believed prudently, and as they would have done Corporation of Liverpool were about to make important alterations in for themselves, have been made, somewhat harshly, to recoup the loss their forms of lease, a request was made to the town clerk that the comsustained to the trust estate. Until the recent cases were decided, in mittee of this society might be afforded an opportunity of considering which the rule was emphatically laid down, it was, I believe, almost the the nature and objects of such alterations. Through the courtesy of the universal practice to advance up to two-thirds of the value of house Estates and Finance Committee of the Council, the town clerk, and the property: Had it been otherwise very little trust money would have been deputy town clerk, the drafts of the proposed new forms of leases were advanced on mortgage. The last case, Re Olive, Olive v. Westerman, submitted to this committee for their consideration. As at first drawn, upon this subject, seems to have been a particularly hard one on the unfortunate trustees. There the trustees did not obtain a formal that this committee reported in the strongest terms against many of the

the alterations were so drastic, and in several respects so objectionable, valuation of the property, that is to say, a certificate that it was worth clauses, and asked that the Estate and Finance Committee should receive so much and then divide it into one-half or two-thirds, and lend a deputation to discuss the matter. This was arranged, and a large that amount; but they consulted a surveyor and valuer of stand- deputation from this committee urged their views upon the Estate and ing in the district in which the property was situate, who advised Finance Committee, with the result that after three separate reports and that it would be safe to lend £8,000 upon it. however, wanted £8,300.

The mortgagor, considerable correspondence and several subsequent interviews with the The

surveyor he then wrote that he had no hesitation in assuring the trustees main object of the corporation in preparing a new form of lease was to

was again consulted, and deputy town clerk the most objectionable clauses were withdrawn. The that they would be safe in lending this amount. accordingly lent. The property went down in value, and a loss resulted and other lessees of the corporation, but the principle was carried so far

The money was put an end to all claims by lessees to easements as against the corporation in realizing the security. In giving judgment against the trustees, Kay, J., said there was no suggestion that there was any corrupt dealing or holders, both as regards rights acquired under the Prescription Act prior

as to place lessees from the corporation in a worse position than freeanything of that kind, and he had no reason to doubt that the trustees to a surrender of an existing lease, and also as to rights which might be did what they thought was the best thing to be done with reference to the acquired under the Prescription Act after the granting of a lease. The property of the testator, but added "surely trustees should tell their committee admitted that it was not unreasonable that the corporation valuers that they are lending trust-money, and that they do not desire to should protect themselves against the acquisition of easements by a lessee lend more than one-half the actual value of the property. They should ask by virtue of the maxim " that a man cannot derogate from his own grant,” for a valuation which would enable them to judge whether they are but they insisted that a leaseholder should not be placed in a worse

position with respect to the acquirement of easements than a freeholder, and pointed out that such stringent conditions as it was sought to impose

COUNTY COURT COMMITTALS. would have the inevitable effect of decreasing the value of corporation leaseholds. In the result the new form of corporation lease contains the Ar a recent sitting of the Brompton County Court, Judge Stonor made the following proviso : "Provided always that nothing herein-contained following observations :—Before I hear the judgment summonses to-day, shall operate to grant, by way of implication or otherwise, any right or I think it right to make some observations with reference to the recent easement not hereinbefore expressly granted or not hereafter by resolu. case of Reeve v. Fowle, on prohibition in the Queen's Bench Division, and tion of the council expressly given over or in respect of any land retained to the practice hitherto prevailing in this court of suspending the issue of by or belonging to the corporation whether now held on lease from the warrants under orders of committal whilst certain instalments are paid, corporation or not or over any land hereafter to be acquired by the in those cases where the defendants have been able to make the payments corporation.” It is, therefore, most important to note that any easement originally ordered by the court and neglected to do so, and are, therefore, of whatever nature a lessee from the corporation may require, must be the liable to committal, but nevertheless are, at the dates of the orders of subject of express grant, even though such easement be appurtenant to committal, only able to pay such instalments. This practice has always the property under a lease which is being surrendered for the purpose of been carried out by me by means of a simple direction to the registrar not renewal. The corporation have also inserted a covenant to insure against to issue the warrant to the high bailiff so long as the instalments are duly loss by fire whether a ground-rent is reserved or not. As at first proposed, paid. Such direction is wholly distinct from the order of committal, and it was intended to require the name of the corporation to be inserted is similar to the direction which I understand is given by the High Court in the policy, but on the representations of this committee that this in like cases when it directs that the order of committal • should lie in the would have seriously injured the position of mortgagees, the proposal was office” for a certain period ; but at the same time I must add that I withdrawn, and the usual form of covenant to insure with provisions as to understand some registrars have entered such suspension of the warrants production of the receipt for premiums, power for the corporation to insure on the minute book of the court, to which I see no objection. The order in default of the lessee doing so, and as to re building with insurance of committal itself, when issued, is, however, abeolute, and only voidable moneys, if required by the corporation, was adopted. The committee on payment of the whole sum for the non-payment of which it was desire it to be understood that, while they have succeeded in securing originally made. It is addressed to the high bailiff in the prescribed form, many important modifications in the drafts as originally drawn, they are signed by the registrar, and under the seal of the court. The practice not in any way responsible for them as adopted. They do not, however, has been followed in the various courts over which I have had the bonour consider them in their present form to be unreasonable.

to preside for 22 years during the whole of that period, and I believe that Judgments. The attention of members is called to the case of Re Pope it has been followed in the great majority of the county courts of England (34 W. R. 654, 693) which decides that the registration of an order during a much longer period. It has also, to my knowledge, been the appointing o receiver confers a good title upon the judgment creditor as subject of frequent and anxious consultations amongst the judges of against a subsequent bona fide purchaser without notice, notwithstanding county courts, and always with the result of its approval by the great that there are no means of ascertaining the existence of such an order. majority. In 1880 we had the satisfaction of learning the opinion of The attention of the Council of the Incorporated Law Society has been Lord Selborne, then Lord Chancellor, on the subject, and of finding it to called to this decision, with a view to protective legislation. The subject be in conformity with the views of the majority of the judges." In a was fully discussed in a paper read by Mr. Godden, of London, at the letter addressed to one of our body, dated November 3, 1880, and which recent meeting of the Incorporated Law Society in York.

for convenience was printed at the time, his lordship, thus expressed Attention is also directed to the case of Newbould v. Smith (29 Ch. D.

himself with reference to an order of committal then under his considera882, 33 Ch. D. 128), which is of practical importance to mortgagees.

tion :-"If you had satisfied yourself that the defendant could have paid the debt of £29 since the date of the judgment, then you could have committed him, or you might have, on being satisfied that he had not then

the means of paying it, made a fresh order. If you had committed him LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL

on being so satisfied, you might have ordered that the order of CALLS TO THE BAR.

commitment should not be issued so long as he complied with the The under-mentioned gentleman were on Wednesday called to the

terms you might impose which, in fact, had been the payment bar :

of the debt by monthly instalments of £1. The practice which has thus LINCOLN's Inx:- Theodore Riversdale Walrond, B.A., Oxford ; George been so long and so widely adopted and so highly sanctioned has, I need not Edwin Tyrrell, University of London ; Henry William Kent Roscoe, B.A., the number of committals, and in insuring the payment of debts, and,

say, proved most beneicial to the suitors and the public in diminishing Oxford ; John Singleton Clemons, Corpus Christi College, Oxford: Henry indeed, is generally pursued with the consent of both plaintiffs and Chartres Biron (Lincoln's Inn Scholarship in Common Law, 1886), B.A.,

defendants. Cambridge; Charles Frederic Deakin, B.A., Oxford ; Mordaunt

For the present, however, the decision of the Divisional Pemberton; and Edward Thomas Foakes.

Court, being subsequent to the contrary decision of Pollock, B., in Inner Temple.- Hugh Fraser, late Scholar and Law Student of Trinity be considered binding, and the practice in question must now be discon

the same case (ante, p. 29), although not on appeal from it, must, I think Hall, Cambridge, M.A., LL.M., proxime accessit Chancellor's Medal for Legal Studies, Cambridge University, 1885, holder of a studentship Divisional Court, and if it be reversed that practice will, of course, be

tinued. An appeal, however, will be entered against the decision of the awarded Hil., 1884, and a Scholarship in Common Law awarded July, restored. In the meantime no directions will be given for the suspension 1886 ; Arthur Grey, Walter Jack Howell, John Highfield Leigh, Oxford ; 1 of warrants, and no warrants will be issued unde

the numerous orders Herbert Heape, B.A., Cambridge: John Iltyd Dillwyn Nicholl, B.A., of committal as to which directions for the suspension of warrants have Oxford ; ' Alfred Clarke-Williams, M.A., LL.M., Cambridge; George hitherto been made. Ranken Askwith, B.A., Oxford ; Leonard Owen Howard Tripp, B.A., Cambridge ; James Rolt, B.A., Oxford ; Harry Armytage, B.A., Cambridge; Stephen Fairbairn, B.A., Cambridge; Roanden Albert Henry Bickford-Smith, M.A., Cambridge'; Sidney Arthur Taylor Rowlatt, B.A.,

Cambridge ; Ernest William Pearson, B. X., Oxford ; Lauriston Leonard
Batten, B.A., LL.B., Cambridge , Fordyce James Sheridan, Constantine

Albert Ionides, B.A., Oxford; Felix Arthur Davis, B A., LL.B., Cam. Mr. Arthur KEKEWICH, Q.C., who has been appointed a Judge of the
bridge, Sethur Biligirirangam Ramasami Aiengar, John Paget Mellor, B.A., Chancery Division on the resignation of Vice-Chancellor Sir James
LL.B., Cambridge ; Markham Richard Leeson-Marshall, B.A., Oxford Bacon, 'is the second son of Mr. Samuel Trehawke Kekewich, of
Henry Hyman Haldinstein, B.A., Oxford ; Thomas Bailey Saunders, B.A., Peamore, Devonshire, and was born in 1832. He was educated at Eton,
Oxford; George Augustine Blackwell, London ; Charles Frederic Duncan, and he was formerly a scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, where he
B.A., Cambridge ; Frank Ernest Ward, B.A., Oxford ; Frank Mellor, B.A., graduated first class in Classics and second class in Mathematics in 1854,
LL.B., Cambridge ; Arthur Barnsley Shaw, B.A., Oxford ; Arthur and he was subsequently elected a Fellow of Exeter Coliege. He was
Shepherd Har zreaves, B.A., LL.B., Cambridge: Alexander Hall called to the bar at Lincoln’s-inn in Trinity Term, 1858. He became a
Carrington, B.X., LL.B., Cambridge'; Christopher Mounsey Wilson, Queen's Counsel in 1877, and he formerly practised before Mr. Justice
B.A., Cambridge”; Barnard Thornton' Hodgson, B.A., LL.B., Cam Fry, and, more recently, in the court of Mr. Justice Kay. Mr. Justice
bridge; Henry Milner White, M.A., LL.M., Cambridge ; Herbert Kekewich is a bencher' of Lincoln’s-inn and a member of the In-
Stephenson Smith, Edward Joseph Vaugham, 'Arthur Russell, B. A, corporated Council of Law Reporting.
Oxford; and Henry Bournes Higgins.

Mr. Henry FRANCIS HERBERT Thompson, barrister, has been appointed MIDDLE Temple. - Thomas Boston Bruce; William R. Le Fanu, B.A., Honorary Secretary to the Preliminary Committee of the Imperial Insti. St. John's College, Cambridge, of the Irish Bar, 100 guineas Middle Temple tute. Mr. Thompson is the only son of Sir Henry Thompson, and was Equity Scholar, 50 guineas Real and Personal Property Scholar; Suresh born in 1859. He was educated at Marlborough Coilege and at Trinity Chundra Biswas, Balliol College, Oxford ; Leon Eugene Leclezio ; Aziz College, Cambridge. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Ahmad, B.A., Cambridge University; Francis Fitzgerald, B.A., LL. B., January, 1882, and he is a member of the Northern Circuit.

Mr. John HAMER Kenius, solicitor (of the firm of Tyrer, Kenion, & Topham; Arthur Stanley Wills, B. A., Trinity College, Cambridge ; John Simpson), of Liverpool, has been elected President of the Liverpuol

Brigg, B.A., LL.B., Čambridge University, William Edwin Barling ; Incorporated Law Society for the ensuing year. Mr. Kenion was adFrederick Charles Wells Durrant, M.A., Edinburgh University; Daniel mitted a solicitor in 1864.

Mr. ARTHUR JOHN BEAUCHAMP, solicitor (of the firm of Allen & BeauGray's Inn. —Peirce de Lacy Henry Johnstone, M.A., Balliol College, champ), of Worcester, has been appointed Under-Sheriff of that city for Oxford ; John William M'Carthy (Lecture Prizeman Equity, December, the ensuing year. Mr. Beauchamp was admitted a solicitor in 1874, 1885); Frederick Arthur Greer, M.A., late Fullarton Philosophical Scholar, Mr. WILLIAM HIRST SIMPSON, solicitor, has been elected Town Clerk of Aberdeen University, and Bacon “cholar, Gray's Inn, 1884; Arthur the newly-incorporated borough of Higham Ferrers. Mr. Simpson is Beaumont Wells, of 'Grenada, in the West Indies, and Horace' Bertram clerk to the county magistrates at Higham Ferrers. He was admitted a Nelson, M.A., B.O.L., Worcester College, Oxford.

solicitor in 1872.




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Mr. JOHN EDWARD Fox, solicitor (of the firm of Fox & Page), of 2, whole of the money on January 18 and then disappearing without giving Serle-street, has been appointed Registrar of the Croydon County Court any notice to the firm. Six charges were substantiated, and Mr. Wontner (Circuit No. 45) in succession to the late Mr. William Henry Rowland. now gave notice to the other side that he should prefer three other Mr. Fox was admitted a solicitor in 1880.

charges against the prisoner at the sessions. Mr. Lickfold having stated Mr. ALFRED JOHN WINTER, solicitor, of Swaffham, has been appointed a that, only recently having been instructed, he should reserve his crossCommissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature. examination and defence, the prisoner was fully committed to take his

Mr. THOMAS FOSTER BARHAM, solicitor, of Bridgewater, has been ap- trial at the Central Criminal Court.
pointed Assistant Clerk to the Bridgewater Board of Guardians. Mr.
Barham was admitted a solicitor in 1875. He is in partnership with his
fat Mr. Eustace Barham.

Mr. Thomas WALTERS, solicitor, of Carmarthen, has been appointed The letters of allotment in the Mortgage Insurance Corporation were
Under-Sheriff of the Town and County of the Town of Carmarthen for posted on Wednesday.
the ensuing year. Mr. Walters was admitted a solicitor in 1875.

Mr. HERBERT PARSONS, solicitor, of Mildenhall, has been appointed Clerk to the Mildenhall Board of Guardians, Assessment Committee, School Attendance Committee, and Rural Sanitary Authority, and Super

COURT PAPERS. intendent Registrar for the Mildenhall District.

SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. Mr. PATRICK Cumin, barrister, secretary to the Education Department,


Mr. Justice has been created a Civil Companion of the Order of the Bath. Mr. Cumin


Mr. Justice
No. 1.
No. 2.


CHITTY. is the eldest son of Dr. William Cumin, of Clifton, Bristol, and was born

Mr. Godfrey Mr. Clowes Mr. Pemberton in 1824. He was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, where he graduated Mon., Nov. 22 Mr. Jackson

Carrington King


Ward third class in Classics in 1845. He was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn

Wednesdy. 24 Pugh



Lavie in Trinity Term, 1855, and he formerly practised in the Court of Chan- Thursday .. 25



Pemberton cery. Mr. Cumin was secretary to the Scotch Education Commission, and Friday,

27 Leach


Ward he was private secretary to the late Mr. Forster when Vice-President of

Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Mr. Justice the Committee of Council on Education. He was assistant secretary to the


STIRLING. KEKEWICH. Education Department from 1871 till 1882, and counsel to the department

Monday, November 22 Mr. Lavie

Mr. Leach Mr. Carrington from 1882 till 1884, when he was appointed secretary to the department.



Jackson Mr. FREDERICK ODDIN TAYLOR, solicitor, of Norwich, has been elected Wednesday


Carrington Sheriff of that city for the ensuing year. Mr. Taylor is superintendent Thursday



Carrington registrar for the Norwich district. He was admitted a solicitor in 1872, Saturday


Jackson and he is in partnership with his father, Mr. John Oddin Howard Taylor.

Mr. SYDNEY COZENS-HARDY, solicitor, of Norwich, has been appointed Under-Sheriff of that city for the ensuing year. Mr. Cozens-Hardy is an LL.B. of the University of London. He was admitted a solicitor in 1873.

WINDING UP NOTICES. Mr. John Crow PORTER, solicitor, of Billiter House, Billiter-street, and of Richmond, has been appointed Honorary Solicitor to the Wine

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. and Spirit Trades Benevolent Society. Mr. Porter was admitted a solicitor


London Gazette. - FRIDAY, Nov. 12.

CHESMAN & CO, LIMITED.-By an order made by North, J., dated Nov 6, it was Mr. RICHARD ROBINSON RODD, solicitor, of Stonehouse, has been

ordered that the company be wound up. Rossiter, Verulam bdge, Gray's appointed Clerk to the East Stonehouse Local Board. Mr. Rodd was inn, agent for Joel & Parsons, Newcastle upon Tyne. solors for petner admitted a solicitor in 1884.

FLOYD CAB CO, LIMITED.-Bacon, V.C., has, by an order dated Nov 6, appointed Mr. EDWIN DOCKER, solicitor (of the firm of Docker & Jagger), of HYGIENIC HEATING AND LIGHTING CO, 'LIMITED. -Chitty, J., has, by an order

Arthur Richard Farlow, 3, Newgate st, to be official liquidator Birmingham and Smethwick, has been appointed Clerk to the King's dated Mar 15, appointed Walter Percy Eldrid, 10, Old Jewry chmbrs, to Norton Board of Guardians, Assessment Committee, School Attendance be official liquidator Committee, and Rural Sanitary Authority, on the resignation of his


sented Oct 25, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Nov 20. Norman, father, Mr. Ralph Docker, who is coroner for East Worcestershire. Mr. Gt Marlborough st, petner E. Docker was admitted a solicitor in 1879. He is superintendent NOTTINGHAM MALLEABLE IRON CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presente registrar for the King's Norton District, and clerk to the Smethwick Nov 10, directed to be heard before Kay, J, on Saturday, Nov 20. Stileman & Local Board.

Co, Southampton st, Bloomsbury sq, agents for Toynbee & Co, Lincoln, solors

for petner Mr. J. ARTHUR EISDELL, solicitor (of the firm of Eisdell & Thompson), of

UNLIMITED IN CHANCERY. No. 16, Jermyn-street, London, has been appointed a Commissioner to MYRTLE SPRING ESTATE.-By an order made by North, J, dated Nov 6, it was administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

ordered that the estate be wound up. Cunliffes & Davenport, Chancery lane,
agents for Alderson & Co, Eckington, solors for petner


No. 2, £10 BURIAL SOCIETY, Monument Inn, Canterbury, Kent. Nov 9 William Heaty, Robert William PARKER, and John George BRETT, PIONEERS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Ingress Tavern, Northfleet, Kent. Nov 4 solicitors, 3, New London-street, Mark-lane, London. The said William

LIMITED IN CHANCERY. Heath retiring from business, Messrs. Parker & Brett will continue the

London Gazette-TUESDAY, Nov. 16, business. June 30.

[Gazette, Nov. 12.]

CARDIGAN SLATE QUARRIES, LIMITED.-Kay, J., has fixed Wednesday, Nov 24, John Alfred Alsop and John Pidgley Mann, solicitors (Alsop, Mann, GITTENS, LICKFOLD, & Co, LIMITED.-By an order made by North, J., dated Nov

at 12, at his chambers, for the appointment of an official liquidator & Co.), 23, Great Marlborough-street, Regent-street, W., and Willesden, 6, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Beali & Co, Bucklersbury, N.W. Nov. 13.



winding up, presented Nov 15, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on SLATER, solicitors (Slater, Turnbull, & Slater), Manchester. The said William Saturday, Nov 27. Montagu, Bucklersbury, solor for the petner Slater and William Wilkinson Slater will continue the business at 87, H, F. VAN & Co, LIMITED. - Petn for winding up, presented Nov 13, directed to Mosley-street, Manchester, under the style or firm of W. Slater & Sons.

be heard before North, J., on Nov 27. Anderson & Sons, Ironmonger lane,

solors for the petners The said Thomas Strover Turnbull will practise at Garrick-buildings, 51, LIVERPOOL AND ISLE OF MAN STEAMSHIP CO, LIMITED.-By an order made by Fountain-street, in the said city, under the style or firm of Sutton, Bacon, V.C., dated Nov 6, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Elliott, & Turnbull. Nov 13.

[Gazette, Nov. 16 ]

Pritchard & Co, Painters' Hall, Little Trinity lane, solors for petner
NATIONAL TRUST CO, LIMITED.-By an order made by North, J., dated Nov 6, it

was ordered that the company be wound up. Beall & Co, Bucklersbury, solors GENERAL

for petners Mr. W. Bowen Rowlands, Q.C., M.P., has been elected by the Honour.

PRIMROSE PRESS AGENCY CO, LIMITED.-Kay, J., has fixed Nov 22, at 11, at his

chambers, for appointment of an official liquidator able Society of Gray's-inn a member of the committee of the Bar Library SHORT HORN DAIRY CO, LIMITED. - Petn for winding up, presented Nov 12: at the Royal Courts, in place of the late Mr. Hugh Cowie, Q C.

directed to be heard before Stirling, J., on Nov 27. Jennings, Holborn, solor A San Francisco paper defines the word jury as "noun substantive. A

for petner number of persons appointed by a court to assist the attorneys in prevent.

WEST OF ENGLAND SHIPPING CO, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before

Dec 81, to send their names and addresses and particulars of their debts or law from degenerating into justice.”.

claims, to Harry, Coleman Richardson, 99, Gresham st. Tuesday, Jan 18, at 12, On Wednesday, at the Southwark Police-court, Harvey Drew, solicitor,

is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims was finally examined before Mr. Slade on a charge of embezzling and stealing on various dates between February last year and January in this year divers sums of money, amounting in the aggregate to £4,083, received by him for and on account of the London Leather Warehouse Co, of

CREDITORS' NOTICES. which he was secretary. Mr. St. John Wontner appeared to prosecute ;

UNDER 22 and Mr. Lickfold for the defence. The prisoner had disappeared in

& 23 VICT. CAP. 35.

LAST DAY OF CLAIM. January last and had been traced to Sydney, New South Wales, where BAILY, JULIA, Cunningham pl, St John's Wood. Dec'6. Haigh, Gresham st

London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Nov. 5, 1886. Inspector Lansdowne, of Scotland -yard, who had been sent out under the Fugitive Offenders Act, found him living under the name of Sir

BIRCH, ARTHUR, Park village, Regent's pk, Gent. Nov 22. Keighley & Arnold, Arthur Adair. He appeared to have squandered a considerable fortune BUNN, ELIZA, Bath. Dec 18. Lindsay and Co, Basinghall st

Gracechurch st in a very short period. The evidence in the present case was that the FAIRÁLL, JAMES, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Retired Coal Merchant. Dec 24. Wooldprisoner had received certain sums on account of the company, of which Mr. Alfred Lafone, M.P., is the manager, and paid them into his own | FAWSITT, HANNAH, Sheffield. Dec 31. Smith & Co, Sheffield

ridge, Ryde banking account at the London and Westminster Bank, drawing out the FLINT, ELIZA, Buxton, Derby. Dec 25. Needham & Co, Manchester

FLINT, JANE, Buxton, Derby. Dec 25. Needham & Co, Manchester

OGDEN, HETH, Castleford, Yorks, Brassfounder. Wakefield. Pet Nov 4. Ord

Nov 4 GRAY, SARAH, Gateshead, Durham. Dec 1. Laws & Co, Newcastle upon Tyne

ROBERTS, JOHN, Hope, Flintshire, Labourer. Wrexham. Pet Nov 9. Ord Nov HAWORTH, JOHN, Southport, Lancaster, Gent. Dec 25. Needham & Co, Man

ROCKE, HENRY SERLE, Green lanes, Stoke Newington, Agent to Corn Merchant, chester JAYE. WILLIAM, Mildmay grove, Islington, Gent. Nov 30. Bridger, St

High Court. Pet Nov 10. Ord Nov 10

ROWE, WILLIAM, Cardiff, Glass Dealer. Cardiff. Pet Nov 8. Ord Nov 8 Helen's pl, Bishopsgate st Within JEWEL, HENRY, Salcombe Regis, Devon, Doctor of Medicine. Jan 1. Brutton, SAMPSON, HENRY, Southport, Lancashire, Photographer. Liverpool. Pet Nov 9. Ottery St Mary


Dec 1. Pritchard & Sons, SIMS, ARTHUR HENRY, Southampton, Grocer. Southampton. Pet Nov 10. Ord Gracechurch st

Nov 10 KING, RICHARD HENRY, Little Glembam, Suffolk. Dec 1. Henry King, SPARKES, FRANK PEACHEY, Funtington, Sussex, Farmer. Brighton. Pet Nov 6. Gresham st

Ord Nov 9 LALLAM, MICHAEL, Downham Market, Norfolk, Gent. Nov 30. Nunn, Down- STEVENS, ROBERT JOHN, Swansea, Plumber. Swansea. Pet Nov 5. Ord Nov 6

ham Market LAMPRELL, KATHERINE FRANCES, Cecil st, Strand. Nov 25. Jenkins, Tavistock

STOPFORD, JAMES, Manchester, Cigar Merchant. Manchester. Pet Nov 8. Ord

Nov 8 st, Covent garden MATTINSON, JOSEPH, Wood st, Warehouseman. Dec 6. Phelps & Co, Gresham st

STRANGE, JOHN, Southampton, Grocer. Southampton. Pet Oct 28. Ord Nov 8

TEMPERTON, JOSEPH, Kingston upon Hull, Seed Crusher, Kingston upon Hull. NEWTON, SAMUEL THOMAS, Manchester, Gent. Nov 30. Lee, Manchester

Pet Oct 25. Ord Nov 9 OLLIVANT, ELIZABETH, Symonstone Hall, nr Burnley. Dec 25. Needham & Co, THOMAS, ROBERT, Llanfairfechan, Carnarvon, Butcher. Bangor. Pet Nov 8. Manchester

Ord Nov 10 PEARSON, THOMAS, Foubert's pl, Regent st, Glass Dealer. Dec 14. Pearson, TUMMON, HENRY THOMAS, Crawshay rd, Akerman rd, Brixton, out of business. Foubert's pl, Regent st

Bigh Court. Pet Nov 8. Ord Nov 8 PRATT, Rev THOMAS, Barnsley, York. Jan 1. Jones, Cavan

VIRGO, HORACE, Bristol, Baker. Bristol. Pet Nov 8. Ord Nov 9 PRIESTLEY, JAMES, Guiseley, York, Grocer. Nov 31. Bond & Co, Leeds

WALE, JAMES FREDERICK, Birmingham, Grocer. Birmingham. Pot Nov 9. Ord

Nov 9
PROCTOR, CHARLES, Grafton st, Mile End rd, Dealer in Building Materials
Dec 31. Woodroffe, Gt Dover st, Southwark

WEBSTER, SIMEON, Leeds, Commission Agent. Leeds. Pet Nov 8. Ord Nov 8 RANDALL, SAMUEL, Bredfield, Suffolk, Farmer. Dec 31. Moor, Woodbridge WHITE, THOMAS, ahd LUKE WHITE, Rawmarsh, Yorks, Painters. Sheffield. Pet

Nov 6. Ord Nov 6 STOKES, MARY, Wolverhampton. Dec 10. Neve & Cresswell, Wolverhampton

WILSON, JOHN, Calverley, Yorks, Physician. Bradford. Pet Nov 9. Ord Nov 9 TIDD-PRATT, Rev CHARLES PALLMER, Bracknell, Berks, Clerk. Nov 13. Tidd-Pratt, Kington

Woods, WILLIAM, Gt Bealings, Suffo'k, Dealer. Ipswich. Pet Nov 9. Ord

Nov 9 UPTON, CHARLES WILLIAM, St Mark's eq, Regent's pk. Dec 1. Hunters &

RECEIVING ORDERS RESCINDED. Haynes, New sq, Lincoln's inn WARD, SARAH, Aylesbury, Bucks. Dec 11. Horwood & James, Aylesbury CHEESMAN, GEORGE EDWARD VINCENT SIDNEY, Gt St Helens, Solicitor. High

Court. Ord July 19° Resc Nov 8 WELLS, JOHN, Brixton rd, Leather Merchant. Dec 31. Woodroffe, Gt Dover st, SWALLOW, PHILLIS, Marlborough House, Pall Mall, Nurse. High Court. Ord Southwark

June 10. Resc Oct 28 WILKINSON, THOMAS, St Anne's on the Sea, Lytham, Lancaster, Accountant.

FIRST MEETINGS. Dec 29. Wilding & Son, Blackburn

ANDREASON, CHRISTIAN, Newcastle on Tyne, General Merchant. Nov 24 at 11.30. WILLIS, ROBERT, Sunderland, Joiner. Nov 30. Stockdale, Sunderland

Off Rec, Pink lane, Newcastle on Tyne WRIGHT, BENTLEY WARREN, Karesbrough, Chemist. Dec 1. Gilling, Kaares- BIRD, JOSEPH, Cheltenham, Tailor. Nov 20 at 3.30. County Court, Cheltenham brough

BOTTING, FREDERICK (Sep Estate), Shalford, Surrey, Farmer. Nov 20 at 10 45.

Borough and County Hall, Guildford. Surrey
BOTTING, THOMAS (Sep Estate), Chilworth, Farmer. Nov 20 at 10.45. Borough

and County Hall, Guildford, Surrey FEE, TWO GUINEAS, for a sanitary inspection and report on a London dwelling- BOTTING, THOMAS, and FREDERICK BOTTING, Chilworth, Farmers. Nov 2) at 10.45. house. Country surveys by arrangement. The Sanitary Engineering and Venti. lation Company, 115, Victoria-street, Westmirster. Prospectus free.-(ADVT.

Borough and County Hall, Guildford

BROMFIELD, CHARLES, Exeter, Manufacturing Stationer. Nov 22 at 11. Castle FURNISH ON NORMAN & STACEY'S SYSTEM; No Deposit; 1. 2, or 3 years credit ; of Exeter, Exeter 60 wholesale firms. Offices, 79, Queen Victoria-st., E.O. Branches at 121, Pall BUNNELL, JONATHAN, Middleton, Lancashire, Veterinary Stationer. Nov 22 Mall, 8.W., & 9. Liverpool-st., E.C. Goods delivered free.-TADVT.

at 11.30. Off Rec, Ogden's chmbrs, Bridge st, Manchester
COLLETTE, CHARLES, Torquay, Theatrical Lessee. Nov 25 at 2. Royal Hotel,

CONNELL, FREDERIC HENRY, High rd, Kilburn, Watchmaker. Nov 19 at 11. 33,

Carey st, Lincoln's inn

COURT, FRANCIS, Wingham, Kent, Farmer. Nov 19 at 10.30. 32, St George's st,
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Nov. 12, 1886.


DAVIDSON, JOHN, Tynemouth, Northumberland, Plumber. Nov 24 at 11. Off ANDREASON, CHRISTIAN, Newcastle on Tyne, General Merchant. Newcastle on

Rec, Pink lane, Newcastle on Type Tyne. Pet Nov 10. Ord Nov 10

DEHOCHSTRASSER, HENRY, Upper Station rd, Finchley, Mercantile Clerk. Nov BAGOT, ARTHUR GREVILLE, Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, Gent. High Court.

22 at 11. 28 and 29, St Swithin's lane Pet Aug 7. Ord Nov 8

Dixon, MARY, Church Coniston, Lancashire, Licensed Victualler. Nov 20 at 12. BAYNE, WILLIAM BICKNELL, Cork st, Burlington gdns, Tailor. High Court. Pet EDGAR, THOMAS JACKSON, Botcherbury, nr Carlisle, out of business. Nov 22 at 12.

37, Stramongate, Kendal Nov 8. Pet Nov 9 BENNETT, JESSE, Bristol, Builder. Bristol. Pet Nov 9. Ord Nov 9

Off Rec, 34, Fisher st, Carlisle

FRICKER, FRANK EDWARD, Swansea, Clothier. Nov 20 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rutland BIRD, JOSEPH, Cheltenbam, Tailor. Cheltenham. Pet Nov 6. Ord Nov 6

st, Swansea BLYTHE, CHARLES WEBSTER, Great Grimsby, Fish Curer. Great Grimsby. Pet

GARDNER, ARTHUR GILL, Leeds, Traveller. Nov 22 at 11. Off Rec, 22, Park row, Nov 9. Ord Nov 9

Leeds BURDEN, HAROLD NELSON, Hythe, Kent, Grazier. Canterbury. Pet Nov 8. Ord GLOVER, WILLIAM, Nottingham, Baker. Nov 19 at 12. Off Rec, 1, High paveNov 10

ment, Nottingham CHAMBERS, WILLIAM, Kimberley, Nottinghamshire, Egg Dealer. Nottingham. HAGG, JOHN, Geneva rd, Brixton, Warehouseman. Nov 19 at 12. Bankruptcy CUE, WILLIAM TAYLOR, address unknown, Draper, High Court. Pet Sept 18.

HALL, HERBERT HAMPTON, Liverpool, Commission Agent. Nov 19 at 3. Off Rec, Ord Nov 9

35, Victoria st, Liverpool DAVIDSON, JOHN, Tynemouth, Northumberland, Plumber. Newcastle on Tyne. HAMMOND, EDWARD, Tenterden, Kent, Miller. Nov 22 at 2.30. Spencer & Reeve, DE FRAINE, JAMES, Aylesbury, Nurseryman. Aylesbury. Pet Nov 8. Ord HANMER, LLEWELLYN, Manchester, Yarn Agent. Nov 25 at 11.30. Of Rec Nov 10

Ogden's ch brs, Bridge st, Manchester DUNSTAN, GEORGE, Nottingham, out of business. Nottingham. Pet Nov 10.

HEARSEY, WILLIAM, Margate, Coal Merchant. Nov 19 at 10.32, St George's st, Ord' Nov 10

Canterbury, ELLIS, JOHN, Sheffield, Collector. Sheffield. Pet Nov 4. Ord Nov 6

HOBSON, JAMES. jun, Baildon, Yorks, Carter. Nov 22 at 11. Off Rec, 31, Manor'

row, Bradford FRICKER, FRANK EDWARD, Swansea, Clothier. Swansea. Pet Nov 9. Ord HOUGHTON, RAPHAEL, Newport, Mon, Draper. Nov 22 at 12. Off Reo, 12, Trede

Nov 9 GARROD, HENRY GOLDING, Gt Yarmouth, Gasfitter. Gt Yarmouth. Pet Nov 9. HOYLE, JAMES, Accrington, Mill Furnisher. Nov 19 at 3. Commercial Hotel,

gar pl, Newport, Mon Ord Nov 9 GOREHAM, WILLIAM, Norwich, General shop Keeper. Norwich. Pet Nov 8. Ord HUNTER, ROBERT MARTIN, Clifton, Bristol, Plumber. Nov 22 at 12.30. Of Rec,

Bank chbrs, Bristol HALL, JOHN, Cranfield, Bedford, Farmer. Bedford. Pet Nov 9. Ord Nov 9 JONES, FREDERICK BROOKHOLDING, Bristol, Horse Repository Proprietor. Nov HOBINSTOCK, HUGO, and JULIUS HOBINSTOCK, Long lane, Furriers. High Court.

20 at 12. Off Rec, Bank chbrs, Bristol Pet Nov 8. Ord Nov 8

LEWIS, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, Cardiff, Builder. Nov 19 at 12. Off Rec, 3, OrockHOBSON, JAMES, jun, Baildon, Yorks, Carter. Bradford. Pet Nov 8. Ord Nov 8

herbtown, Cardiff

MEDWIN, LESLIE ALLEN, Ladbroke gr, Notting hill, no occupation. Nov 19 at HOUGHTON, RAPHAEL, Newport, Mon, Draper. Newport, Mon. Pet Nov 9. Ord 11. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn Nov 9

NEWNS, JOHN EDWIN, Warrington, Lancashire, Beerhouse Keeper. Nov 26 at HUNTER, ROBERT MARTIN, Clifton, Bristol, Plumber. Bristol. Pet Nov 8. Ord Nov 8

11.30. Court house, Upper Bank st, Warrington

OGDEN, HETH, Castleford, Yoks, Brassfounder. Nov 19 at 2. Off Rec, SouthJONES, CHARLES, Cardiff, Hair Dresser. Cardiff. Pet Nov 10. Ord Nov 10

gate chbrs, Southgate, Wakefield KNIGHT, JOHN HARRIS, Whitstable, Kent, Builder. Canterbury. Pet Nov 10.

PAOY, THOMAS, Bolton upon Dearne, Yorks, Farmer. Nov 22 at 3. Off Rec, FigOra Nov 10 KnorT, WILLIE JAMES, Colchester, Grocer. Colchester. Pet Nov 8. Ord Nov 8 PERKIN, HENRY, and ALBERT HARRY MAY, Newport, Mon., Outfitters. Nov 19 LEWIS, STEPHEN RICHARD, Begelly, Pembrokeshire, Builder.

at 12. Off Rec, Tredegar pl, Newport, Mon

Pembroke Dock. PEVERLEY, C. H., Long Newton, Darlington, Farmer. Nov 25 at 3.15. Grosvenor Pot Nov 8. Pet Nov 9 LLOYD GEORGE, Dawley, Salop, Licensed Victualler. Madeley. Pet Oct 29. REED, WILLIAM, Waddon New rd, Croydon, Baker. Nov 22 at 12. Off Rec, 109, LUNNON, DAVID, Abbotts Langley, Hertfordshire, Clerk. St Albans. Pet Oct | ROBERTS, JOAN WILLIAM, Bethesda, Carnarvonshire, Stonemason. Dec 2 at 10.30. MOULD JOHN CLARKE, Newport, Isle of Wight, Solicitor. Newport and Ryde. ROGERS, CHARLES, Leeds, Cabinet Maker. Nov 22 at 12. Off Roc, 22, Park row, NEILL, EDMUND, Stanley blångs, St Pancras rd, Gatekeeper. High Court. Pet SAMPSONS, HENRY, Southport, Photographer. Nov 23 at 2. Of Rec, 35, Victoria NEWLAND, MATTHEW, Dagenham, Essex, Auctioneer. Chelmsford. Pet Nov 9.

st, Liverpool Ord Nov 9

SHIPLEY, JOHN, Dalton in Furness, Licensed Victualler. Nov 19 at 10. 2, Paxton NEWROTE, CATHERINE, Markham sg, Chelsea, Muliner. High Court. Pet Nov SIMS, TATTBUT HENRY, Southampton, Grocer and Provision Merubant. Nov 24 at

11. Off Rec, 4, East st, Southampton

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