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FALCKE v. SCOTTISH IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO.–Kay, J., 3rd missed the appeal. They held that, upon the facts, the bankrupt was in
THE COURT (Lord ESHER, M.R., LINDLEY and LOPES, L.JJ.) disand 8th August.
contempt, as he was wilfully staying away to defeat and delay his crediPRACTICE-BILL OF Review-JURISDICTION-DECISION OF Court of APPEAL. tors. The bankrupt had been guilty of insolent behaviour towards the This was a summons for leave to bring an action in the nature of a
court, and was therefore in contempt. The court did not believe that he bill of review to vary an order made by the Court of Appeal upon a former
had any intention of shewing that he was not guilty of contempt, or even summons in the action.
of purging his contempt, but he intended still to stay away out of the Kay, J., held that the Court still had power to give leave to bring an
control of the court, while at the same time he might be represented by action in the nature of a bill of review, although it could now be
counsel and solicitor. The application must be refused.--COUNSEL, done on summons instead of by petition, and that the grounds of relief Winslow, Q C., and Yate Lee. Solicitors, G. S. & H. Brandon. were precisely the same as before the Judicature Act; and, further, that the application was rightly made to the High Court and not to the Court of Appeal.- Counsel, Solomon ; Bonsey. SOLICITORS, Harper f Battcock ; Longbourne f Stevens.
CASES AFFECTING SULICITORS.
LITCHFIELD v. JONES-North, J., 9th August. JENKINSON v. BRANDLEY MINING CO. ; JENKS (CLAIMANT), SOLICITOR-LONDON AGENT—Default IN PAYMENT OF Money-Person Q. B. Div., 8th August.
ACTING IN FIDUCIARY CAPACITY-COMMITTAL_DEBTORS Act, 1869, s. 4, COMPANY-EXECUTION CREDITOR AND DebentURE HOLDER-INTERPLEADER. SUB-SECTIONS 3, 4.
This was an interpleader summons referred to the court by Pollock, B., This action was brought by the representatives of a deceased country at the request of the parties. The plaintiff, having obtained judgment in solicitor against his former London agent for an account of moneys due an action for goods sold against the defendants, who were a limited com from the defendant in respect of the agency, and the defendant had been pany incorporated under the Companies Acts, proceeded to issue execu. ordered to pay to the plaintiffs a balance which had been found due from tion. The sheriff having seized certain goods of the defendants, the same him. The defendant had failed to obey the order, and the plaintiffs were claimed by the claimant, who was the holder of twenty debentures moved to commit him for bis default. It was contended that he was for £100 each issued by the defendant company, being the whole of their liable to arrest, as coming within the exceptions from the abolition of first issue. Each of the debentures bore a reference to a mortgage deed, imprisonment for making default in payment of a sum of money which which contained a declaration of trust in favour of the debentureholders. are contained in sub-sections 3 and 4 of section 4 of the Debtors Act, Neither the debentures nor the mortgage deed were registered under the 1869. Sub-section 3 excepts "default by a trustee or person acting, in a Bills of Sale Act, 1882. It was argued on behalf of the execution cre. fiduciary capacity and ordered to pay by a court of equity any sum in his ditor that the debentures were merely bonds for the payment of money, possession or under his control," and sub-section 4 excepts " default by a and did not pass any property whatever in the goods unless registered solicitor in payment of a sum of money when ordered to pay the under the Bills of Sale Act: Brocklehurst v. Railway Printing and Publish same in his character of an officer of the court making the order." ing Co. (W. N., 1884, p. 70). The present case was distinguishable from NORTH, J., though under the circumstances of the case he did not make Ross v. Army and Navy Hotel Co. (35 W. R. 40, 34 Ch. D. 43), which only an order of committal, was of opinion that the defendant came clearly applied as between grantor and grantee. On the part of the claimant it within sub-section 3. But he expressed a doubt whether the defendant was contended that section 17 of the Bills of Sale Act expressly excluded came within sub-section 4.-COUNSEL, Cookson, Q.O., and Woodfall; T. L. debentures from the provisions of the Act, so that there was no necessity
Wilkinson. for registering them. Moreover, section 43 of the Companies Act, 1862, provided that every mortgage granted by a company should be registered PRETTY AND OTHERS v. FOWKE.-Q. B. Div. (Stephen, J.), in the company's register book; and practically anybody had a right to
MONEYS-INSTRUCTIONS TO VALUER.
The The plaintiffs were trustees (the cestuis que trustent being also joined) for debentures entitled the holder to defeat the claim of the execution cre
whom the defendant, a solicitor in Birmingham, had acted in an invest. ditor: Judicature Act, 1873, s. 24, sub-section 4: Engelbach v. Nixon, 10 ment of certain of the trust moneys upon leasehold security. The defendC. P. 645.
ant was employed in 1880 to find a good security for £500, and himself The Court (Grove, J., and HUDDLESTON, B.) dealt with the case under employed a dr. Edwards to value the property now in question, consisting ord, 57, r. 8, as the summons had been referred to the court at the request of manufacturing premises. The valuer reported that the property was å of the parties, and barred the claim of the claimant. These debenture sufficient security for £500, which sum the trustees advanced upon it. The bonds did not confer on the holder any such right of property as to make it t-rest at once fell into arrear, the mortgagor became bankrupt, the prohim a successful claimant in an interpleader issue. The claimant said perty became unlet, and the trustees, being unable to realize, brought That if he could not succeed on the mortgage, because it was not regis.
this action against their solicitor. The negligence imputed was that the fered, he could succeed on the debentures, and he relied on section 17 of defendant had neglected to inform Edwards, the valuer, of the terms of a the Bills of Sale Act. But that section 'did not apply to all debentures tenancy under which one Smith held the premises of the mortgagor Ward. generally, and it was doubtful whether it applied to the debentures of this
Edwards was instructed by the defendant that Smith held at a rent of company. The case of Ross v. Army and Navy Hotel Co. was different from £80, and that there was no written agreement between him and Ward,
was decided that the debentures were a valid charge whereas in fact there was a written agreement for a lease, under which the against the company. That was not a decision affecting third parties. landlord was liable to pay the rates and taxes, amounting to over £20. In The claimant was not entitled to succeed against the execution creditor. - his evidence Edwards said that had he known the terms of COUNSEL, Wedderburn and D' Eyncourt; Ť. Willes Chitty, SOLICITORS, this tenancy he should not have reported the property as a good
£500. Nicol, Son, & Jones, for Isaac Lowthian, Keswick"; Pritchard, Englefield, $ Co! security for
The defendant, on the other hand, had, at the commencement of the negotiations, inquired of the mortgagor the nature of the tenancy, and had been informed by him that Smith held
as a yearly tenant at a rent of £80. At the completion of the mortgage, BANKRUPTCY CASES.
the mortgagor, being asked whether there was any written agreement in
existence with reference to the tenancy, replied that there was none. He R. LANGWORTHY, Ex parte LANGWORTHY-C. A. No. 1, 6th also purported to convey " free from incumbrances." The question, August.
therefore, was whether the defendant had sufficiently instructed Edwards BANKRUPTCY-APPLICATION BY A BANKRUPT IN CONTEMPT-Refusal or
ia telling him what he had heard from the mortgagor, or whether, as COURT TO HEAR HIM.
the plaintiffs contended, he ought to have ascertained from Smith himself This was an ex parte appeal by the bankrupt, E. M. Langworthy, from June, the jury found that the defendant had not made reasonable in. Mr. Registrar Hazlitt, refusing to appoint a day for the purpose of hearing quiries as to the terms of Smith's tenancy. They found, further, that if an application by the bankrupt to be allowed to be represented on an such inquiry had been made the valuer's report would have been in quiry before the Chief Official Receiver as to damages for breach of affected, supposing the agreement created a fourteen years' lease, to the bankrupt in the Argentine Republic, where he was resident. The receiving that their actual' value in 1880 was £300, and at present £200. The order was not served on him, and the bankrupt did not appear upon ang
case was now argued on further consideration when it was subof the proceedings. The official receiver was holding an inquiry as to mitted on behalf of the plaintiffs that, on the findings of the jury, they damages for breach of promise of marriage in a case of Long v. Lang were entitled to judgment for £500, or at the least for £350. The recent worthy, the plaintiff being Mrs. Mildred Langworthy, whose marriage bas case of Learoyd v. Whiteley in the House of Lords was cited, as well as been declared null and void. The official receiver having reported that Craig v. Watson (8 Beav.), Chapman v. Chapman (9 Eq. 276), and other attending the proceedings in the bankruptcy, refused to allow the bank- / Ward and Smith contained a clause empowering the landlord to mortgage mot to be represented on the inquiry. The registrar, holding that the in his own name as owner, Ward was entitled to mortgage free of incum. bankrupt had been wilfully-and-systematicallye in contempt, refused to brance, and the tenancy was in reality void as against mortgagees. Apart bankrupt that he had never received notice of these proceedings, or even defendant was not bound to make further inquiries than he had done. tonity of going before the registrare and of the wing that he was not in the jury that proper inquiries had not been made by Mr. Fowke ; having
regard also to the expression of the jury's opinion as to the value of the
security itself; and, lastly, having regard to the fact that Mr. Fowke murder him while walking in Kildare-street, Dublin. Mr. Justice Law-
Mr. REGINALD John Cust, barrister, has been appointed Chief that he had acted otherwise." Judgment was given accordingly, but his Commissioner of West India Incumbered Estates, in succession to the late lordship granted a stay of execution on notice of appeal being given by Mr. James Fleming, Q C. Mr. Just is the third son of the Hon. and Rev.
He was educated at
Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated as a wrangler and also in
He has been for several years assistant
commissioner of West India Incumbered Estates. THE CORPORATION RECORDS.
Mr. EDWARD WINGFIELD, barrister, has been appointed Assistant
Commissioner of West India Incumbered Estates, in succession to Mr. Sir John B. Monckton, the Town Clerk, has submitted to the Library Committee of the Corporation of London his eleventh annual report as to the Reginald John Cust, who has been appointed Chief Commissioner. Mr. condition of the records of the Corporation in his custody, and the progress Wingfield is the fourth son of Mr. John Muxloe Wingfield, of Tickencote,
He was educated at Winchester, made in arranging, calendaring, and indexing them. The calendar of the Rutlandshire, and was born in 1834. second series of Hustings Rolls, known as "Pleas of Land," had been
and he was formerly fellow of New College, Oxford, where he graduated
frst class in Classics and second class in Mathematics in 1856. He was continued and carried down from the first year of the reign of King called to the bar at Lincoln's-ion in Trivity Term, 1859. Mr. Wingfield Edward IV. to the sixteenth year of Elizabeth, and it formed a useful corollary to the Calendar of Deeds, recently completed to the first series of formerly practised in the Court of Chancery, and he was for several years
on the staff of the Law Reports. He has been an assistant underrolls for the corresponding period. Mr. Þaude had continued to devote himself to making an exhaustive index to all the names set out in the secretary of State for the Colonies since 1878. Calendar of Deeds. More than 45,000 slips had been written and alpha
Mr. Arthur SoTheron EstCOURT, solicitor, of Newport, Isle of Wight betically arranged, and the name of any party to a conveyance inrolled in has been appointed Town Clerk of the borough of Newport, in succession the Court of Hustings from A.D. 1272 to 1373 could now readily be found. to Mr. Richard Roach Pittis, resigned. Mr. Estcourt was educated at Dr. Sharpe was preparing a calendar to the wills inrolled in the Court of Marlborough College, and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where he graduated Hustings, and had completed a calendar of more than 2,000 wills in the second class of the Law and History Tripos in 1874. He was adinrolled between A.D. 1258 and 1348. The series continued down to mitted a solicitor in 1879. A.D. 1688, after which year, for some reason that was not appa Mr. WILLIAM MUSGROVE HOPLEY, barrister, has been appointed rent, the inrolment of wills ceased in the Hustings, while that of Assistant Law Adviser to the Government of the Cape Colony. Mr. deeds was continued down to the present day. The total number of wills Hopley is the eldest son of Mr. Frederick Hurling Hopley, and was born inrolled amounted to a little over 4,000. It was not too much to say that in 1854. He was educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he the existence of so large a number of early wills had been hitherto com graduated in the first class of the Law Tripos in 1878, and he was called paratively little known, notwithstanding their title to be considered a
to the at the Inner Temple in January, 1878. unique collection, unapproached by any other in the kingdom, either in point of number or interest. The benefit to be conferred on history and
Mr. RICHARD Ringwood has been appointed a Revising Barrister for the literature by rendering their contents more widely known could hardly be
West Riding of Yorkshiro. Mr. Ringwood is the fourth son of Mr. over-estimated. To take but a single illustration.
It was matter of Richard Ringwood, of Farrenmurry, Kilkenny. He was educated at history that in 1348 and 1349 the City was visited by an exceptionally Trinity College, Dublin, and he was called to the bar at the Middle severe epidemic, known as “the Black Death,” which is recorded to have Temple in Trinity Term, 1873. He practises on the North-Eastern carried off fifty thousand of its inbabitants. Nothing could be more sig.
Circuit. nificant, or afford a better criterion of the effect of the scourge on the Mr. MORGAN MORGAN, solicitor (of the firm of Morgan & Scott), of citizens of London, than the extraordinary number of wills proved and Cardiff, has received the honour of Knighthood. Sir M. Morgan was inrolled in the Hustings at the court held on January 25, 1348, and sub- admitted a solicitor in 1866. He is mayor of Cardiff for the present sequent courts throughout that year. It was far in excess of those year. inrolled for any similar period. In comparison with that, it was curious to note that in 1665, when the City was visited by “the Great Plague," only one will was inrolled, and that a will nuncupative. That was to be
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. accounted for by the custom of proving and inrollivg wills in the
Walter Storey and John Robert Roberts, solicitors (Storey & Roberts), Hustings having by that time almost died out. In the calendar now Halifax. July 30. under preparation everything which possessed any conceivable interest Thomas Wall and JAMES Hinds, solicitors, Stourbridge. July 29. or importance was, within reasonable limits, included. These limits must
[Gazette, Aug. 5.] necessarily expand as the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries were approached, as the wills of that period became of much greater length, while the value of their contents, if possible, increased. The Corporation
GENERAL, have decided to print the Calendar of Wills with an exhaustive index It is stated that the Doncaster Town Council on Wednesday suspended and a suitable introduction bearing upon the early history of testamentary Mr. W. E. Shirley, the town clerk. disposition of real and personal property, and more especially the various customs of the City relating thereto; and the first part of the calendar is (Regulation of Powers) Act, Public Libraries Acts Amendment Act, Incum:
The Royal Assent was given on Monday to the Water Companies now in hand with that view.
bents Resignation Act, Crofters Holdings (Scotland) Act, First Offenders
Provisional Orders Confirmation Acts.
To meet expenses incurred by the Local Government Board a Bill has
been introduced by Mr. Ritchie to authorize the Board to make, with the OBITUARY.
consent of the Treasury, regulations prescribing the fees to be paid by The Right Hon. JAMES ANTHONY LAWSON, LL D., one of the judges of for provisional orders, and also in respect of local inquiries held by the
local authorities in respect of applications for the sanction of loans and the Queen's Bench Division in Ireland, died at Shankill, near Dublin, on the 10th inst., at the age of seventy. Mr. Justice Lawson was the son of be laid before Parliament.
Board's inspectors. When a regulation is thus made by the Board it is to Mr. James Lawson, of Waterford, and was born in 1817. He was edu: paid by a local authority are not to be disallowed by a district auditor if
Another provision of the Bill is that expenses LL.D.
He was called to the bar at Dublin in 1840, and in 1857 he became they have been sanctioned by the Local Government Poard. a Queen's Counsel. He held for a short time the office of Whateley Professor of Political Economy in the University of Dublin. In 1857 he sale by public auction at Spalding on Wednesday. The estate consisted of
The Lincolnshire estates of the late Lord Saye and Sele were offered for unsuccessfully contested the representation of that university in the 2,781 acres of arable and grass land and farmhouses, all being tithe free; the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and in 1859" he became asslicitor in a hundred lots, which include 23 farms of from 40 to 200 acres in General for Ireland in the second administration of Lord Palmerston: extent. The attendance was large, but very poor prices were offered, and a member of the Irish Privy Council, and while in office he successfully acres 1 rood 25 poles were sold for £30,273, or an average of less than £40 conducted many Fepian prosecutions. In December, 1868, he suc
an acre with buildings. Pleas. In 1882 he was transferred to the Queen': Bench Division, and it Government have been sitting for the purpose of inquiring into the
For some weeks past a departmental committee nominated by the at several important political trials, and that an attempt was made to committee consists of sir Henry James, chairman, Lord Justice Bowen,
Mr. H. H. Fowler, Mr. John Hollams, and Mr. F. Mowatt, with Mr.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. H. W. Loehnis as secretary. The inquiries of the committee have been LONDON STEAMBOAT CO. LIMITED, PROVIDENT SOCIETY, 2, Adelaide buildings, directed to secure a more efficacious and more economical conduct of legal ST. CRISPIN LODGE FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Christian's Refuge Sunday School, Hazel business in connection with the Treasury, which for such purpose includes Grove, Chester. Aug 2 virtually all the Government departments. At the conclusion of Sir TOTAL ABSTINENCE SICK AND BURIAL FRIENDLY SOCIETY, New Schoolrooms, Augustus Stephenson's examination, which lasted for several days, the
A spatria, Cumberland, Aug 4 committee adjourned for the vacation, to meet again at the end of October.
The Corporation of London and the recorder (Sir T. Chambers,
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ROLLISSON, BENJAMIN, York, Innkeeper. Aug 12 at 12. Off Rec, 17, Blake st,
bldgs, Portugal st, Lincolo's inn, London RATH, FERDINAND, Ribblesdale rd, Hornsey, General Merchant. High Court.
SCOTT, THOMAS, Kingston upon Hull, Baker. Aug 12 at 11. Off Rec, Lincolu's Pet July 7. Ord July 29
inn bldgs, Bowla ley lane Hull RICHARDS, ALFRED LL., Southampton row, Bloomsbury, Solicitor. High Court. Pet July 11. Ord July 29
SHARP REUBEN, Tolleshunt Major, Essex, Farmer. Aug 13 at 11. County Court,
SMITH, THOMAS, Bromsgrove, Baker. Aug 12 at 10.30. Off Rec, Worcester
Aug 17 at 11, 25, Colmore row, Birmingham July 20. Ord Aug 3
SUMMERS, FREDERICK GEORGE (sep estate), Birmingham, Coal Merchant. Aug STENNBR, ROBERT, Upper st, Islington, Licensed Victualler. High Court. Pet SUMMERS, FREDERICK GEORGE, and EDWARD HORATIO SUMMERS, Birmingham,
25. Colmore row, Birmingham Aug 3. Ord Aug 3
Glass Bevellers. SYKES, BENJAMIN, Liverpool, Gent. Liverpool. Pet July 13. Ord July 29
Aug 17 at 11. 25, Colmore row, Birmingham
SYKES. BENJAMIN, I iverpool, Gent. Aug 16 at 2. Off Rec, 35, Victori 3 st, LiverTAYLOR, GEORGE SOUTHCOATE, Leeds, out of business. Leeds. Pet July 28.
pool Ord July 28
TAYLOR, GEORGE SOUTHCOATB, Leeds, out of business. Aug 15 at 11. Off Rec,
WHICKER, FREDERICK JAMES, Tunbridge Wells, Grocer. Aug 12 at 12. Bank-
WILLIAMS, FRANCES, Kingston upon Hull, Fruit Dealer, Aug 16 at 3. Off Rec,
WILDE, W.C. K,, address unknown, Gent. Aug 12 at 11. 33, Carey st, Lincolas
inn fields 27. Ord Aug 3
WOLSTENHOLME, JOSEPH, Sowerby Bridge, Yorks, Tailor. Aug 16 at 3.30. Off WRIGHT, ALBERT GEORGE, Broadwater, Builder. Brighton, Pet Aug 2. Ord
Rec. Halifax Aug 2
The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the WRIGHT, JOHN, Masbrough, nr Rotherham, Yeast Dealer. Sheffield. Pet July
London Gazette of July 26. 29. Ord July 29
BLISS, ROBERT ENOCH, Birmingbam. Fruiterer. Aug 9 at 11. 25, Colmore row,
ABBOTT, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Pilton, Devon, Paper Manufacturer. Barnstaple.
Pet July 15. Ord July 30
ALDERSON, JOHN, Shipley, Yorks, Carter. Bradford. Pet Aug 3. Ord Aug 3
Court. Pet April 29. Ord July 30 2, Paxton ter, Barrow in Furness
BARNES, WILLIAM CHARLES, New Clee, Lincolnshire, Smack Owner. Great BEACH, JOHN (sep estate), Handsworth, Merchant. Aug 30 at 11. Queen's
Grimsby. Pet Aug 2. "Ord Aug 3 Hotel, Birmingham
BASTERI, ANTHONY WILLIAM, Chalk Farm rd, Cheesemonger. High Court, Pet BEACH, JOHN, and FRITZ ALBRECHT HOLM, Birmingham, Merchants. Aug 80
July 21, Ord Aug 3
BOULBY, JOSEPH THOMAS, Sheffield, Builder. at 11. Queen's Hotel, Birmingham
Pet Aug 3.
minster. Pet July 22. Ord July 22 BUSWELL, JAMES, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, Saddler. Aug 16 at 12.15.
BUSWELL, JAMES, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, Saddler. Warwick. Pet July 3).
Ord Aug 3
CLAY, CHARLES ROBERT, Up-Hatherley, Gloucestershire, Cattle Dealer.
COSEDGE, HIRAM, Old Serjeants' inn, Chancery lane, Solicitor. High Court.
Pet March 16. Ord July 29
CoSWAY, THOMAS, Exeter, Baker. Exeter. Pet July 29. Ord July 30
DAVIES, HENRY, Llandyssul, Cardiganshire, Saddler. Carmarthen. Pet J y 30
Ord Aug 3
DEWHURST, ANDREW, Gt Harwood, Lancs, Weaver. Blackburn. Pet July 29. GROVES, THOMAS EDWARD, Aylestone pk, Leicestershire, Carriage Builder. Ord July 29
Leicaster. Pet Aug 5. Ord Aug 5 DODSON, JOHN, jun, Rugby, Fishmonger. Coventry. Pet July 21. Ord Aug 3 HARLEY, WILLIAM GEORGE, Southwark, Hop Merchant. High Court. Pet Aug FEATHERSTONE. MORRIS, Holme on Spalding Moor, Yorks, Farmer. Kingston
4. Ord Aug 4 upon Hu'l. Pet July 1. Ord Aug 3
HARRIS, HARRIETTE, Norfolk sq, Lodging House Keeper. High Court. Pet FLETCHER, JOHN, Yardley, Worces. Jeweller. Birmingham. Pet June 25. Ord Aug 5. Ord Aug 5 Aug 2
HARRIS, SIMON, Hatton gdn. High Court. Pet June 28. Ord Aug 4 FOULGER, THOMAS, Crecy, Anerley rd, Insurance Agent. High Court. Pet July | HIBBEN, JOHN MAXTEN, Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk, Ship Smith. Gt Yarmouth. 8. Ord Aug 1
Pet Aug 5. Ord Aug 5 FRANCIS. ARTHUR GIBBS. Wandsworth rd, Provision Merchant. High Court. ITIRD. HARTLEY, and HOLLINS SMITH, Bradford, Worsted Stuff Makers. Pet July 25. Ord July 29
Bradford. Pet Aug 4. Ord Aug 4 GORDON, WIL M, ai DUNCAN GORDON, Billiter st, Merchants. High Court. HODGKINSON, JOSEPA, Derby, Butcher. Derby. Pet Aug 4. Ord Aug 4
Pet May 5. Ord Aug 1 GODE. SAMUEL, Tenbury, Worces, Livery Stable Keeper. Kidderminster. Pet HUNT, CHARLES, Stroud, Cabinetmaker. Gloucester. Pet Aug 6. Ord Aug 6 July 21. Ord July 21
JONES, EVAN, Ruthin, Denbighshire, Farmer. Wrexham. Pet Aug 4. Ord Aug 4 GREEN, JOHN, Rotherham, Yorks, Grocer. Sheffield. Pet July 1. Ord Aug 3
MELBOURNE, JAMES, York, Painter. York. Pet Aug 6. Ord Aug 6
NOYES, ROBERT JOHN, Swansea, Bootmaker. Swansea. Pet Aug 4. Ord Aug 4 HAYWARD. WILLIAM, Christchurch, Hampshire, Watchmaker. Poole. Pet July ORME, JOHN, West Bromwich, Staffs, Butcher. Oldbury. Pet Aug 6. Ord Aug 6
16. Ord July 30 HAZLEWOOD, CHARLES, Tapner's hill, Deptford, Oilman. Greenwich. Pet July
PALMER, EDWARD, Bitton, Glouces, Draper. Bristol. Pet Aug 6. Ord Aug 6 29. Ord July 29
PAYNE, JAMES, Bath, Bootmaker. Bath. Pet Aug 4. Ord Aug 4 HENDERSON, THOMAS, Gosforth, Northumberland, Grocer. Newcastle on Tyne. PHILLIPS, WILLIAM, Hereford, Coal Agent. Hereford. Pet Aug 6. Ord Aug 6
Pet July 18. Ord Aug 2 HILLS, JOHN, Rochester, Mariner. Rochester. Pet July 30. Ord July 30 PHILPOT, C. DAWSON, Tokenhouse yard, Gent. High Court. Pet July 22. Ord HIRST, SAMUEL, Leeds, Bill Discounter. Leeds. Pet Aug 3. Ord Aug 3
PINCKNEY, JOHN ASHWORTH, Toxteth park, Lancashire, Accountant. Liverpoo!. HITCH, EVAN CAMERON, Billiter st, Engineer. High Court. Pet June 27. Ord Pet Aug 6. Ord Aug 6 Aug 3
POTTER, THOMAS, Gosforth, Northumberland, no occupation. Newcastle on JOHNSTON, THOMAS, the elder, Blackwell Farm, nr Carlisle, Farmer. Carlisle. Tyne. Pet Aug 4. Ord Aug 4 Pet July 27. Ord July 30
REDGATE, HERBERT, Nottingham, Lace Manufacturer. Nottingham. Pet Aug KEPPER, SAMUEL M, Stepney Green, Shoe Manufacturer. High Court. Pet 4. Ord Aug 4 June 13. Ord July 30
SAUNDERS, ELIZA, Folkestone, Boot Dealer. Canterbury. Pet Aug 5. Ord LAPTHORNE, JOHN JOSEPH, Barnstaple, Licensed Victualler. Barnstaple. Pet Aug 5 July 26. Ord July 30
SEAGE, WILLIAM, Kilkhampton, Cornwall, Farmer. Barnstaple. Pet Aug 3. LITTLER, ALFRED ROBERT, Worksop, Nottinghamsbire, Painter. Sheffield. Pet Ord Aug 3 Aug 2. Ord Aug 3
SILVER, RICHARD, the younger, Tittle row, nr Maidenhead, Machinist. Windsor. MAFFETT. JOHN, Boston Spa, Yorks, Photographer, York. Pet July 26. Ord Pet Aug 3. Ord Aug 3 July 30
SPRUCE, FRANK, Knutsford, Cheshire, Coal Merchant. Manchester. Pet Aug 5. MARKHAM, WALTER JAMES, Rugby, Tailor. Coventry. Pet July 20. Ord
Ord Aug 5 Aug 3
TATE, JOSEPH, Wentbridge, nr Pontefract, Farmer. Wakefield. Pet Aug 6. Ord MARKS, A., Old st, South Hackney, Furniture Dealer. High Court. Pet June Aug 6 June 16. Ord Aug 3
THOMSON, PETER, Hedworth, Durham, Farmer. Newcastle on Tyne. Pet Aug MITCHELMORE, JAMES HENRY, Newton Abbot, Tailor. Exeter. Pet Aug 2. Ord 4. Ord Aug 4 Aug 2
TILLOTSON, STEPHEN AINSWORTH, Burnley, Lancashire, Picker Maker. Burnley. PEAKE, JOAN NASH, Congleton. Cheshire, Colliery Proprietor. Hanley, Burslem, Pet Aug 2. Ord Aug 4 and Tunstall. Pet July 18._Ord Aug 2
TURNER, GEORGE, Strafford rd, Acton, Florist. Brentford. Pet Aug 3. Ord PICKERSGILL, RICHARD, Leeds, Woollen Merchant. Leeds. Pet June 22, Ord
Aug 8 July 28
TURNER, WALTER ERNEST, Bath, Eating-house Keeper. Bath. Pet Aug 4. Ord PINN, THOMAS, Wardour st, Soho, Baker. High Court. Pet July 9 Ord Aug 1 Aug 4 PRITCHARD, THOMAS, New lane, Enfield, Baker. Edmonton. Pet July 20. Ord
WILLARD, WILLIAM, Robsart st. Brixton, out of business. High Court. Pet July 30
Aug 6. Ord Aug 6
ALDERSON, JOHN, Shipley, Yorks, Carter. Aug 17 at 11. 31, Manor rd, Bradford ROLLISSON, BENJAMIN, York, Innkeeper. York. Pet July 29. Ord July 30
ALLERSON, EDWIN, Newcastle on Tyne, Tobacconist. Aug 18 at 2. Off Rec, SALSBURY, WILLIAM GEORGE, Great Grimsby, Smack Owner. Great Grimsby. Pink lane, Newcastle on Tyne Pet July 25. Ord July 29
BAILEY, WILLIAM, Rosherville, Kent, Gardener. Aug 18 at 11.30. Off Rec, High SMITH, WILLIAM, Great Haywood, Staffordshire, Labourer, Stafford. Pet July st, Rochester 23. Ord Aug 2
BINNS, JABEZ, Nelson, Lancashire, out of business. Aug 17 at 3. Midland Hotel, STENNER, ROBERT, Upper st, Islington, Licensed Victualler. High Court. Pet Skipton Aug 3. Ord Aug 3
BOND, WILLIAM. Hunslet, Leeds, out of business. Aug 17 at 12. Off Rec, 22, TAYLOR, GEORGE SOUTHCOATE, Leeds, out of business. Leeds. Pet July 28. Ord Park row, Leeds July 28
BROOM, GEORGE, Hoxton st, Hoxton, Timber Merchant. Aug 17 at 11. 33, Carey TEED, ALFRED HALL, Saint Marychurch, Devon, Grocer. Exeter. Pet Aug 3. street, Lincoln's inn Ord Aug 3
CALWELL, ROBERT, Hayton, Cumberland, Farmer. Aug 18 at 12. Off Rec, 34, TOMPKIN, GEORGE, Chestertonl. Staffordshire, Baker. Hanley, Burslem, and Fisher st, Carlisle Tunstall. Pet July 29. Ord Aug 2
CORNAH, JOHN. Pleasley hill, near Mansfield, Tailor. Aug 16 at 12. Off Rec, 1, TURNER, SOLOMON, Newcastle on Tyne, Money Lender. Newcastle on Tyne. High payment. Nottingham Pet July 8. Ord July 29
CURTIS, CHARLES, Kingston upon Hull, Saw Mill Foreman. Aug 18 at 11. Off VISCARDINI. GIOVANNI, John st, Bedford row, Cabinet Maker. High Court. Rec, Lincoln's inn buildings, Bowlalley lane, Hull Pet July 7. Ord Aug 1
CURTIS, CHARLES, Nottingham, Corn Factor. Aug 16 at 11. Off Rec, 1, High WINTERBURN, THOMAS, Bradford, Dyer. Bradford. Pet July 13. Ord July 29
pavement, Nottingham WORTHY, MARY, Elton, Cheshire, Licensed Victualler. Macclesfield. Pet July DAVIES, GEORGE HENEY, Swansea, Builder. Aug 17 at 8. Of Rec, 6, Rutland st, WRIGHT, JOHN, Masbrough, nr Rotherham, Yeast Dealer. Sheffield. Pet July DAWSON, WILLIAM WELLBURY, Gt Grimsby, Oil Manufacturer. Aug 17 at 12. 3,
GALLARD, GEORGE, Aldrington, nr Brighton, Gent. Aug 17 at 1. Bankruptcy ADJUDICATION ANNULLED. SEARLE, HENRY, Moretonhampstead, Devon, Bootmaker. Exeter. Adjud Feb
bldgs, Portugal st 24. Annul July 7
GERBARD, THOMAS, Hindley, Lancs, Grocer. Aug 17 at 11. 16, Wood street,
GORMAN, EDWARD, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Mealman. Aug 27 at 11. Off Rec, New
port. Isle of Wight RECEIVING ORDERS. ADAMS, HENRY CADWALLADER, Twickenham, Esq. Brentford. Pet Aug 5. Ord
GROVES, THOMAS EDWARD. Aylestone park, Leicestershire, Carriage Builder. Aug 5
Aug 19 at 12. 28, Friar lane. Leicester ALLERSON, EDWIN, Newcastle on Tyne, Tobacconist. Newcastle on Tyne. Pet
HALL, RICHARD BENJAMIN, Sandwich, Boot Maker. Aug 17 at 11.45. Bankruptcy Aug 4
bldgs, Lincoln's inn Ord Aug 4 ANDREW, RICHARD, Gainsborough, Miller. Lincoln. Pet Aug 4. Ord Aug 4
HASLER, WILLIAM WYNDHAM, Chichester, Esq. Aug 17 at 12. Bankruptcy bldgs,
Portugal st BAILEY, WILLIAM, Rosherville, Kent, Gardener. Rochester. Pet Aug 4. Ord HODGKINSON, JOSEPH, Derby, Butcher, Aug 17 at 12. Off Rec, St James's chbre, Aug 4
Derby BERESFORD, HUGH W., Knockholt, Kent, Gent. Tunbridge Wells. Pet June 20. HOLIDAY, JAMES, Skillington, nr Grantham, Farmer. Aug 17 at 12. Off Rec, 1, Ord Aug 4
High pavement, Nottingham BERRYWILLIAM, Darlington, Tailors' Assistant. Stockton
Bankon Tees and Hoy, WALTER, Romford road. Forest gate, Nurseryman. Aug 17 at 11. Middlesborough. Pet Aug 6. Ord Aug 4
ruptcy blogs, Portugflst, Lincoln sinn fields Brown, MARY ANN, Leamington, Pork Butcher. Warwick. Pet July 30. Ord HUDSON, WILLIAM JONN CHARLES, Margate, Baker. Aug 17 at 12.30. Bankruptcy
Aug 6 CALWELL, ROBERT, Hayton, Cumberland, Farmer. Carlisle. Pet Aug 6. Ord JAMES. WILLIAM HENNIS, Queen Victoria st, Café Proprietor. Aug 17 at 12. 81,
Carey st, Lincolo's inn COWDREY, ALFRED, New Clee, Lincolnshire, Fisherman. Great Grimsby. Pet LEWIS, HENRY, Caidicot, Mon, Grocer. Aug 17 at 12. Off Rec, 12 Tredegar pl,
Aug 5. Ord Aug 5 Crowe, EDWARD FREDERICK, jun., The Broadway, Hammersmith, Draper. High LEWIS, JAMES' THOMAS, Pembroke Dock, Grocer. Aug 16 at 3. Of Rec, Car
marthen DAVIES, GEORGE HENRY, Swansea, Builder. Swansea. Pet Aug 4. Ord Aug 4 MANNERING, THOMAS DAVID, Rye, Sussex, Coach Builder. Aug 16 at 2. County DAVIS, SAMUEL, Kingston on Hull, Fish Merchant. Kingston on Hull. Pet July MELBOURNE, JAMES, York, Painter. Aug 19 at 12. Off Rec, York DAWSON, GRORGE Mason, Broadstairs, Builder. Canterbury. Pet Aug 4. Ord MILLS, JOSEPH, Hanley, Brickmaker. Aug 25 at 4. Off Rec, Newcastle under
Lyme FABR, GWENLLIAN, Porth, Glamorganshire, Grocer. Pontypridd. Pet Aug 4. MITCHELMORE, JAMES HENRY, Newton Abbott, Deroeshire, Tailor. Aug 16 at
3. Castle of Exeter, Exeter FIRTH, FREDERICK, and WILLIAM HOWROYD FIRTH, Dewsbury, Yorks, Iron MORRIS, WILLIAM, Hunslet, Leeds, Commission Agent. Aug 17 at 11. Off Ruc. Firmu, FREDERICK, JOSEPH Fiera, and Erwan FPIRTI, Dewsbury, Yorks, ou NOYES, ROBERT WOHN, Swansea, Bootmaker. Aug 17 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rutları GORMAN, EDWARD, Ryde, 1.6., Healman. Newporiana Ryde. Pet July 5. Ord OVENS, JOSEP, Henbury, Gloucestershire, Wheelwright. Aug 17 at 12. of GROGAN HUGA, Chorlton upon Medlock, Manchester, Builder. Preston. Pet PARSONS, Bankah, Buckingham st, Ironmonger. Aug 18 at 12. Bankruptcy July 19, Ord Aug 5
bidngs, Lincoln's inn fields
Ord Aug 4