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say nothing harsh Mr. WILLIAM HOLLINGWORTH QUAYLE Jones, Queen's Advocate of the as to the procedure of Mr. Chaplin and the liquidators, who had Gold Coast Colony, has been appointed Chief Justice of the West Atrican apparently put the matter altaost entirely in Chaplin's hands, but he was not satisfied with the notices sent out of the meetings of the 29th of Chief Justice Jones is the eldest son of the Rev. Charles William Jones,
Settlements, in succession to Mr. Francis Frederick Pinkett, deceased. August and the 16th of September. The first notice gave no hint of vicar of Pakenham, Suffolk. He was educated at Caius College, Can. Chaplin being the purchaser, and the second notice was not much more bridge. He was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in November, specific; it gave the resolution of the 29th of August, and that a meeting 1877, and he was formerly a member of the South-Eastern Circuit. A was to be held on the 16th of September, to confirm it, that a company has been Queen's Advocate of the Gold Coast Colony since '1883. was to be formed to purchase the property, and that the resolution was Mr. Alfred BRAY Kempe, barrister, who has been appointed Chancellor passed by shareholders holding 12,176 shares. It was not, however, stated of the Diocese of Southwell, in succession to Mr. Justice Charles, is the that among the shareholders voting Mr. Chaplin held 7,000 shares. third son of the Rev. John Edward Kempe, rector of St. James's, Picca, The agreement was to be seen at the company's offices, but no one could dilly, and was born in 1849. He was educated at St. Paul's School, and have learnt the true facts from tbat; Woodrow was the apparent pur he was formerly scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated chaser as trustee for the new company. Considering the singular reticence as a wrangler in 1872. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in and the unsatisfactory language of the notices, he did not approve of the Michaelmas Term, 1873, and he is a member of the Western Circuit. conduct of the winding up remaining in the hands of these gentlemen. It Mr. Kempe is also Chancellor of the Diocese of Newcastle. He was was not necessary to remove them; if he made a compulsory order, and formerly one of the staff of the Weekly Reporter, and he was Secretary to appointed liquidators, the office of the provisional liquidators would come the Ecclesiastical Courts Commission. to an end. He made the usual order, and appointed James Hutton, of Mr. EDWARD ARCHDALE Frooks, solicitor, of Sherborne, has been apGlasgow, and Samuel Lovelock, of London, accountants, to be liquidators. pointed Clerk to the Sherborne Local Board. Mr. Ffooks was admitted a -COUNSEL, Marten, Q C., and Archibald Brown ; Lathan, Q.0, and H. M. solicitor in 1882. Finch ; Scarlett ; Charles Macnaghten; Millar, Q.C, and Ryland; Hatfield Mr. Henry COLEMAN FOLKARD, barrister, has been appointed Recorder Green ; Hyde ; and Nasmyth. Solicitors, J. W. Smart; Rollit & Sons ; of the city of Bath, in succession to Mr. Justice Charles. Mr. Folkard is Frank B. Wrightson ; Wilson, Bristow, f Carpmael; Wainwright f Buillie. the son of Mr. William Folkard, and was born in 1827. He was called to
the bar at Lincoln's-inu in Hilary Term, 1858, and he practises on the
Folkard is a revising barrister for Hampshire.
STUART EATON MASKELL and CHARLES BLOMFIELD DALTON, solicitors, The London Gazette of Tuesday contains an Order in Council directing Torquay. June 24.
[Gazette, Sept. 23. that in pursuance of the Winter Assizes Acts the jurisdiction of the CHARLES NeedhAM LONGCROFT and HERBERT BLANEY Wade, solicitors Central Criminal Court at any session held in October, November, Decem. (Longcroft & Wade, of 1, Clement's-inn, Strand. May 17. ber, or January shall extend to such parts of the county of Surrey as are
[Gazette, Sept. 27. not now included in the Central Criminal Court district. Other orders direct that the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland shall for the coming winter assize be united as winter assize County No. 1, the assizes
GENERAL to be held at Carlisle ; the Northern and Salford Divisions of Lancashire
It is stated that a large farm near Spalding of 164 acres was sold by as County, No. 2, the assizes to be held at Manchester; the North and auction on the 23rd ult. at £37 10s. per acre, and that a farm near AshEast Riding Division and th West Riding Division as County No. ford has been let at the extraordinary price of 78. 6d. per acre. 3, the assizes to be held at York; the counties of Lincoln and Nottingham
We are informed that part of the Suffield-park Estate at Cromer, and the county of the city of Lincoln as County No. 4, the assizes to be belonging to Lord Suffield, comprising 142 plots of freehold building held at Nottingham; the counties of Derby, Leicester, and Rutland as land, was sold on Monday last at Cromer, by Messrs. Baker & Sons, of County No. 5, the assizes to be held at Leicester; the counties of Bedford, Queen Victoria-street, E.C., for $400 per acre. Northampton, and Buckingham as County No. 6, the assizes to be held
The Liverpool Board of Legal Studies have issued their programme for at Bedford ; the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk as County No. 7, the
the new session, from which it appears that, in addition to lectures and assizes to be held at Ipswich; the counties of Huntingdon and
classes on the law of personal property, equity, and contracts, a course of Cambridge as County No. 8, the assizes to be held at Chesterton (Camb.
ten lectures on jurisprudence is to be delivered by Professor Munroe. ridge); the county of Hertford and so much of Essex as is not included in
The relatives of Mr. Payn, the late Dover coroner, have received a the Central Criminal Court district as County No. 9, the assizes letter of condolence from the Queen through her private secretary, in city of Canterbury, and so much of Kent as 'is not included in proclaimed her accession at Dover, should have lived to see her Jubilee. the Central Criminal Court district as County No. 10, the assizes to be
We regret to announce that Mr. A. R. Oldman, solicitor, of Serjeant's. held at Maidstone : the counties of Oxford and Berks ás County No. 11, inn, London, was one of the passengers drowned in the wreck of the the assizes to be held at Oxford; the counties of Monmouth and Glouces
steamer Romeo in the Seine on the 21st ult. His body was recovered at ter as County No. 12, the assizes to be held at Gloucester; the counties
Rouen two or three days ago. Mr. Oldman, who was admitted in 1865, of Salop and Stafford' as County No. 13, the assizes to be held at Stafford;
was in good practice, and will be deeply regretted by his professional
friends. the counties of Southampton, Wilts, and Dorset as County No. 14, the assizes to be held at Winchester; the counties of Devon and Cornwall as
The following are the circuits chosen by the judges of the Queen s County No. 15, the assizes to be held at Exeter; the county of Somerset
Bench Division for the ensuing Autumn Assizes :-North-Eastern Circuit, and the county of the city of Bristol as County No. 16, the assizes to be Lord Coleridge, C.J.; Western Circuit, Denman, J.; South-Eastern held at Bristol; the counties of Chester, Flint, Montgomery, Merioneth, Circuit, Field," J.; Midland Circuit, Huddleston,' B. ; ' Oxford Circuit, Carnarvon, Anglesey, and Denbigh as County No. 19, the assizes to be Hawkins, J., North and South Wales Circuits, Cave, J. ; Northern Cirheld at Chester; the counties of Glamorgan, Carmarthen, Pembroke, cuit, Day and Granthan, JJ. Cardigan, Brecknock, and Radnor, the county of the borough of Carmarthen, and the town and county of Haverfordwest as County No. 18, the assizes to be held at Swansea ; the county of Northumberland and the city and county of Newcastle-on-Tyne as County No. 19, the assizes to
WINDING UP NOTICES.
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, September 23.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
London wall, solor for petners
BRITISH, COLONIAL, AND GENERAL INVESTMENT TRUST, LIMITED.-By an order
made by Kekewich, J., dated Sept 14, it was ordered that the above be wound APPOINTMENTS.
up. Whitfield, Finsbury pavement, solor for petner
GULCHER ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO., LIMITED.-By an order made by Mr. Francis Reynolds Yonge Radcliffs, barrister, has been appointed Kekewich, J., dated Sept 14, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of Recorder of the Borough of Devizes, in succession to Mr. Ralph Ludlow the company be continued. Wilkins & Co, Gresham House, Old Broad st, Lopes, resigned. Mr. Radcliffe is the eldest son of Mr. John Alexander HOME AND PFOREIGN MINES TRUST, LIMITED.-By an order made by KekeRadcliffe, solicitor, of 20, Craven-street, and was born in 1851. He was wich, J., dated Sept 14, it was ordered that the above be wound up. ated first class in Classics in 1874, and he was uiterwards elected a Fellow PLUMBLEY, COLLIERT BY LOOTTED.-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 25,
to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, of All Souls College. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in to Edward Newsum, 20, Baxter gate, Doncaster. Friday, Nov 11, at 12, is June, 1876, and he practises on the Western Circuit and at the Wiltshire appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims Sessions.
RAILWAY DEBENTURE, STOCK, AND MORTGAGE CORPORATION, LIMITED.-Petn for Mr. HBNRY Mills, solicitor (of the firm of Harwards, Shepherd, &
winding up, presented Sept 20, directed to be heard before the Vacation Judge,
on October 5. Whitfield, Finsbury pavement, solor for petner Mills), of Stourbridge, has been appointed Clerk to the Stourbridge Ím SPURWAY, & Co., LIMITED. -Petn for winding up, presented Sept 21, directed to provement Commissioners. Mr. Mills was admitted a solicitor in 1870.
be heard before Cbarles, J, on Oct 5. Lowless & Co, Martin's lane, solors for Mr. ARCHIBALD HENRY JOHN FLETCHER, solicitor (of the firm of Lay- SDARD LEAD MINE, LIMITED.-By an order made by Kekewich, J., dated cock, Dyson, & Fletcher), of Huddersfield, has been appointed a Notary Public,
Sept 14, it was ordered that the company be wound up, Thomas & Hicks,
COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER.
BROWN, FRANCIS JULIUS, Leamington, Lodging house Keeper. Warwick. Pet LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
Sept 19. Ord Sept 19 LIVERPOOL EXCHANGE BANKING CO, LIMITED.-The Vice-Chancellor has fixed CARTER, JOHN BROADFOOT, Cheetham, Manchester, Draper. Manchester. Pet
Aug 31. Ord Sept 21 Monday, Oct 10, at 11, at 9, Cook st, Liverpool, for appointment of official liquidator
COOK, GEORGE, Higher Gobien, Bedford, Farmer. Bedford. Pet Sept 21. Ord
DONCASTER, EDMUND, Manchester, Carver. Manchester. Pet Aug 30. Ord
ELLIS, HENRY, Bideford, Refreshment house Keeper. Barnstaple. Pet Sept 19. directed to be heard before the Vacation Judge on Oct 5. Powles, Guildhali
Ord Sept 19 chors, Basinghall wt, solor for petners
FITZGERALD, CHARLES, and THOMAS YOUNG, Bristol, Watch Manufacturers. A. M. WOOD'S SHIPS" WOODITE" PROTECTION CO., LIMITED.-The Vacation
Bristol. Pet Sept 7. Ord Sept 19 Judge has fixed Thursday, Oct 6, at 11, at his chambers, for appointment of GLANVILLE, JOHNSON, Penzance, Innkeeper. Truro. Pet Sept 20. Ord Sept 20 official liquidator
GRIFFITHS, JOHN, Walton, nr Liverpool, Master Builder. Liverpool. Pet Sept BRITISH AND COLONIAL AGENCY, LIMITED.-By an order of Charles, J.. dated Sept
6. Ord Sept 19
HEPWORTH, MARTHA, Wakefield, Milliner. Wakefield.
Pet Sept 19. Ord
MANTON, WILLIAM, Boston, Printer. Boston. Pet Sept 20. Ord Sept 20
MAYHEAD, JAMES WILLIAM, Well et, Hackney, Middlesex, Cheesemonger. High
Court. Pet Sept 19. Ord Sept 19
NEWTON, BENJAMIN, Leeds, Greengrocer. Leeds. Pet Sept 20. Ord Sept 20
PIERCE, GEORGE, Margate, Fishmonger. Canterbury. Pet Sept 20. Ord Sept 20 ANTHONY, JOHN HENRY, Yealmpton, Miller.Oct 20. Stanbury & Phillips, POPE, THOMAS CABLE, Milton next Gravesend, Tea Merchant. Rochester. Pet Plymouth
Sept 19. Ord Sept 19
Ord Sept 19
Sept 21. Ord Sept 21
SHAW, FREDERICK, Wellington, Shropshire, Commission Agent. Madeley. Pet CHATTO, JOHN, Chapel rd, Notting hill, Surgeon and Librarian to the Royal Sept 20. Ord Sept 20 College of Surgeons Oct 20.Grover & Humphreys, King's Bench walk
SHAW, JOSEPH, and EDWIN SHAW, Cote hill, Warley, nr Halifax, Bobbin Makers. CLARKE, ELIZABETH, Maze hill, Greenwich. Oct 22. Grover & Humphreys, SIMONS, GEORGE HENRY, Builth, Brecknock, Jeweller. Newtown. Pet Sept
King's Bench walk
21. Ord Sept 21
STUBLEY, MARSDEN, South Shields, Confectioner. Newcastle on Tyne. Pet COATES, THOMAS AUGUSTUS, Grove rd, Walthamstow, Beer Retailer. Oct 31.
Sept 19. Ord sept 19 O'R. Randall & Son. Copthall buildings
TAYLOR, URIAH, Bradford, Stone Merchant. Bradford. Pet Sept 20. Ord CRAGOE. JOSEPH, Bıyphyfyrd villa, near Bridgend, Retired Innkeeper. Nov 19.
Sept 20 Stockwood, Bridgend
THOMAS, JOHN, Penygiaig, Glamorgan, Tailor. Pontypridd. Pet Sept 16. Ord CURTIS, MATTHEW, Thornfield, Heaton Mersey, Lancaster, Engineer. Nov 1.
Sept 15 Cooper & Sons, Manchester
TIPLING, JOSEPH ARTHUR, Mirfield, Yorks, Wheelwright. Dewsbury. Pet Sept DAVIES, COMENIUS, Liverpool. Nov 21. Garnett & Tarbett, Liverpool
20. Ord Sept 20 DAVY, JOHN TANNEB, Rose Ash, Devon, Esq. Oct 25. Crosse & Co., South WHITAKER. WILLIAM, Bolton, Heating Apparatus Maker. Bolton. Ord Sept Molton, Devon
21. Ord Sept 21 DISTIN, HENRY, Afton, Devon, Yeoman. Nov 1. Parrott, Clapton
WHITEHEAD, ROBERT, Blackpool, Draper. Preston. Pet Sept 19. Ord Sept 19 EDWARDS, GEORGE THOMAS, Queensborough terrace, Paddington, Esq, Barrister WOODHEAD, TITUS, Leeds, Gardener. Leeds. Pet Sept 19. Ord Sept 19 at Law. Nov 14. Burgoynes & Co, Oxford st, W
WOODRUFF, CHARLES WILLIAM, Waddington, Lincs, Builder. Lincoln. Pet GASKELL, WILLIAM, Ulverston, Ourrier. Sept 16. Postlethwaite & Son, Ulvers
Sept 21. Ord Sept 21 ton GREENHILL, EDWARD JAMES. Lion rd, Bexley Heath, Kent. Sept 12. Rooke &
The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the Sons, Lincoln's inn fields
London Gazette of September 20. HALL, THOMAS, Rock Ferry, Chester. Nov 4. Parkinson & Hess, Liverpool INDGE, THOMAS COVENTRY, Uhard, Somerset, Jeweller. Taunton. Pet Sept 16. HART, ELIZABETH, Nottingham. Nov 15. Ashwell & Johnstone, Nottingham
Ord Sept 16
AINSWORTH, EDWARD HARRISON, address unknown, Gent. Sept 80 at 1.30. 88,
ALLERTON, CHARLES HEDLEY, Lowestoft, Block Maker. Oct 1 at 4. Off Rec, 8,
King st, Norwich MARSHALL, LILIAS, Treherne rd, North Brixton. Oct 22. Draper, Vincent sq,
ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN, Battersea park rd, Grocer. Oct 3 at 12. 109, Victoria Westminster
st, Westminster MOLYNEUX, ASHER, Penny Bridge, Egton-cum-Newland, Lancaster. Oct 21.
BANKS, WILLIAM, Cumberworth, Lincolnshire, Farmer. Oct 6 at 12. Off Rec, Lambert, Manchester
46. Bigh st, Boston MORGAN, REV. GEORGE FREDERIC, Teversal, Nottingham. Nov 15. Ashwell &
BARRETT, JOHN, Cookham, Berks, no occupation. Oct 3 at 2.80.109, Victoria st, Johnstone, Nottingham
Westminster PEARCE, JOHN, Parkgate, Rotherham, Licensed Victualler. Nov. 1. Wilson,
BETTELLEY, JOSEPH, Hanley, Earthenware Manufacturer, Oct 3 at 4. North Sheffield
Stafford Hotel, Stoke on Trent POUNDEN, CAPTAIN LONSDALE, Brownswood, Wexford. Nov 21. Caprons & Co., BLAKE, JAMES, Manchester, Boilermaker. Oct 6 at 11.30. Off Rec, Ogden's Savile pl, W
chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester QUINN. THOMAS, Devopport, Superannuated Gunner R.N. Nov 20. Gard, BOLT, WILLIAM JOHN, Birkenhead, Olothier. Sept 80 at 2. Off Rec, 48, Hamilton Devonport
eq, Birkenhead SHEILD, WILLIAM THOMAS, Uppingham, Solicitor. Oct 28. Hall, Gray's inn sq
BOUGHEY, JAMES BALL, Hanley, out of business. Oct 3 at 2. Off Rec, Newcastle
under Lyme SHEPPARD, CHARLES, Winchester terrace, Westminster, Builder. Oct 1. Stoneham & Son, Philpot lane
BOWLES, WILLIAM, address unknown, Gent. Sept 30 at 1. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's
inn) SMITH, EDWARD, Haxby, York, Gent. Oct 22. Hugh W. & R. Pearson, Malton BRIERLEY, JAMES, Manchester, Baker. Oct 4 at 11. Off Rec, Ogden's chbrs, STOCK, AMY SARAH, Loughborough rd, Brixton. Oct 20. Wheatley & Son, New
Bridgest, Manchester inn
Cook, HENRY, Shirley, Hants, Auctioneer. Oct 5 at 1.30. Queen's Hotel, WALLGATE. LAMPLOUGH, Kingstone upon Hull, Wholesale Tea Dealer. Oct 31.
Reading Hearfields & Lambert, Hull
COOPER, DANIEL, Compton, nr Wolverhampton, Butcher. Oct 1 at 11.30. Off WELLS, JANE, Fittleworth, Sussex. Nov. 10. Clayton & Co., Lancaster pl
Rec, St Peter's close, Wolverhampton WHITE, GEORGE, Thornbury, Gloucester, Plumber. Oct 21. Scarlett & Co.,
COOPER, WILLIAM THOMAS, Bildeston, Suffolk, Saddler. Sept 30 at 11.80. Off Thornbury
Rec, Ipswich WISE, THOMAS, Smallford Farm, near Saint Albans, Farmer. Nov 1. Sedgwick
EASTON. EDWARD, the younger, Manchester, Joiner. Oct 4 at 11.80. Off Rec, & Co., Watford
Ogden's chmbrs, Bridge st, Manchester Wix, FREDERICK RANDOLPH, Hatton ct, Threadneedle st, Stockbroker. Dec 1.
ELLIS, HENRY, But: garden st, Bideford, Refreshment-house Keeper. Oct 3 at Costeker, Darwen
12. Mr. Hutchings, Auctioneer, Bideford WRAY, JULIA LOUISA, Clevedon, Somerset. Nov 3. Wynne & Son, Lincoln's inn
FITZGERALD, CHARLES, and THOMAS YOUNG, Bristol, Watch Manufacturers. Oct fields
5 at 1. Off Rec, Bank chm brs, Bristol HARDY, GEORGE, Craven park, Harlesden, Builder. Sept 30 at 1. Bankruptcy
bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields
HEWETSON, WILLIAM, Ireby, Cumberland, Saddler. Oct 3 at 12. Off Rec, 84, WARNING TO INTENDING HOUSE PURCHASERS AND LESSEES. -Before purchasing HOBBS, EDWARD JAMES, Hartham rd, Tottenham, Traveller. Sept 30 at 12. 83, or renting a house have the Sanitary arrangements thoroughly examined by an expert from The Sanitary Engineering & Ventilation Co., 116, Victoria-st., Westmirster (Estab. 1875), who also undertake the Ventilation of Offices, &c.-(ADVT.)
HUDSON, CHARLES JAMES, Oxford, Licensed Victualler. Eept 30 at 11.30. 1, St
Railway Hotel, Victoria st, Bristol
IRESON, DANIEL, Waterloo, Northampton, Builder. Oct 5 at 2. County Court,
JOHNSON, A, W., Oxford, Retired Captain in Army. Oct 6 at 11.30. 1,8t Aldates,
JONES, JOHN, Bristol, Baker. Oct 5 at 12.30. Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Bristol BRIGHT, ALEXINA, Mildenhall, Suffolk, Draper. Bury St Edmunds. Pet Sept LYLE, SAMUEL, Barnstaple, Tailor.
Oct 3 at 2. County Court. Hastings 21. Ord Sept 21
Oct 1 at 10.15.
Sanders & Son, High st, Barnstaple
POPE, THOMAS CABLE, Milton next Gravesend, Tea Merchant. Oct 3 at 11.30. CRAIG, ROBERT, Kendal, Westmoreland, Florist. Kendal. Pet Sept 20. Ord Off Reo. High st, Rochester
Sept 20 RANSOM, S., Gray's inn rd, Builder. Sept 30 at 1. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn DAVIES, HENRY, Velfrey, Pembrokeshire, Cattle Dealer. Pembroke Dock. Pet REVETT, ROBERT PATTLE, Parham, Suffolk, Farmer. Sept 30 at 12. Off Rec,
Sept 23. Ord Sept 23 Ipswich
DAWSON, GEORGE ABNER, Calverley, or Bradford, Milk Dealer. Bradford. Pet SHAW. FREDERICE, Wellington, Salop, Commission Agent. Oct 5 at 2. County
Sept 23 Ord Sept 23 Court, Madeley
FERRIS, RACHEL CAIRNIE, Bath, Widow. Bath. Pet Sept 5. Ord Sept 24 SHAW, JOSEPH, and EDWIN SHAW, Warley, nr Halifax, Bobbin Makers. Oct 3 at GIFFORD, WILLIAM EGERTON, Fenton, Staffordsbire, Ironmonger. Stoke on 3.30. Off Rec. Halitax.
Trent Pet Sept 23. Ord Sept 24 SIMMONS, DANIEL, New Village, nr Bilston, Baker. Oct 1 at 11. Off Roc, St GREEN, THOMAS JOHN, Coventry, Hosier. Coventry. Pet Sept 22. Ord Sept 22 Peter's close, Wolverhampton
GREENLAND, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Charlton, Kent, Hosier. Greenwich. Pet STUBLEY, MARSDEX, South Shields, Confectioner. Oct 3 at 11. Off Rec, Pink Sept 22. Ord Sept 22
lane, Newcastle on Tyne TAYLOR, THOMAS HARGREAVES, Manchester, Stationer. Oct 1 at 11. Off Rec, l'ANSON, JOHN, Liverpool, Ironmonger. Liverpool. Pet Sept 22. Ord dept 22
HOLEY, JOHN JARVIS, Selby, Yorks, Grocer. York. Pet Sept 24. Ord Sept 24 Ogden's chbre, Bridge st, Manchester THOMAS, WILLIAM, Cardigan, Cabinet Maker. Sept 30 at 11. Off Rec, Car JEFFERSON, JOSEPH, Holme Cultram, Cumberland, Farmer. Carlisle. Pet Sept marthen
23 Ord Sept 23 ULLYETT, EDWIN, Folkestone, Carpenter, Sept 30 at 3.30. 73, Sandgate road, JONES, DAVID HOPKIN, Cardiff, Accountant. Cardiff. Pet Aug 17. Ord Sept 22
Folkestone VASSALLI. JOHN, New Brighton, Tallow Chandler. Oot 5 at 2. Off Rec, 48, KENYON, JOSEPH, Clacton on Sea, Schoolmaster. Colchester. Pet Sept 24. Ord Hamilton sq, Birkenhead
Sept 24 TALLING, WILLIAM. Lost withiel, Cornwall, Bout Maker. Oct 1 at 12. Off Rec, LINGARD; WILLIAM, and JOSEPH BROOKE, Leeds, Dyers. Leeds. Pet Sept 24. Boscawen st, Truro
Ord Sept 24 WALTON, WILLIAM, Boston, Lincolnshire, Dealer in China. Oct 6 at 12.30. Off
MATHEWS, JOHN WILLIAM, Folkestone, Kent, Painter. Canterbury. Pet slept Rec, 48, High st, Boston
2. Ord Sept 24 WARDLE, ROBERT, Leeds, out of business. Oct 3 at 11. Off Rec, 22, Park row,
MORGAN, MORGAN CHARLES. Thomas st, Camberwell New rd, Cowkeeper. High Leeds
Court. Pet Sept 22 Ord Sept 22 WETHERELL, Tom, jun., Durham, Solicitor. Oct 4 at 12.30. Three Tuns Hotel, NORMAN, WILLIAM, Qt Yarmouth, Stationer. Gt Yarmouth. Pet Sept 23. Ord Durham
Sept 23 WHITEHEAD, ROBERT, Blackpool, Draper. Oct 3 at 3.30. Of Rec, Ogden's OWEN, JOSEPH ALBERT, Haverfordwest, Butcher. Pembroke Dock. Pet Sept chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester
22. Ord Sept 22 WILSON, JAMES NASMYTH, Southport, Engineer. Oct 4 at 12. Off Rec, 35, Vic
PARKER, WILLIAM, Ropsley, nr Grantham, Builder. Nottingham. Pet Aug 29. toria st, Liverpool
Ord Sept 23 WOODHAMS, JOHN NEWMAN, Erdington, Warwickshire, Traveller. Oct 4 at 11.
PINDER, THOMAS, Kingston upon Hull, Rully Man. Kingston upon Hull. Pet 26, Colmore row, Birmingbam
Sept 14. Ord Sept 23
PRATT, GEORGE, Norvich, Shoe Manufacturer. Norwich. Pet Sept 6. Ord ADJUDICATIONS.
Sept 23 ARMENER, JOHN, Eastbourne, Fruiterer. Eastbourne and Lewes. Pet Aug 23.
RHODES HANNAH, Dewsbury, Yorks, Widow. Dewsbury. Pet Sept 23. Ord
RILEY, THOMAS WILKINSON, Padiham, Lancashire, Printer. Burnley. Pet Sept
24. Ord Sept 24 ham. Pet July 26. Ord Sept 19 Cook, GEORGE, Higham Gobion, Beds, Farmer. Bedford. Pet Sept 20. Ord
ROBINSON, GEORGE HARRY, Leeds, Bookseller. Leeds. Pet Sept 24. Ord
SYKES, ELIZA, Slaithwaite, nr Huddersfield, Widow. Huddersfield. Pet Sept
8. Ord Sept 23 FITZGERALD, CHARLES, and THOMAS YOUNG, Bristol, Watchmakers. Bristol. TRANTER, THOMAS, Hereford, Gardener. Hereford. Pet Sept 23. Ord Sept 23
Pet Sept 7. Ord dept 21
WHITAKER, THOMAS, Bolton, Heating Apparatusj Maker. Bolton. Pet Sept 24.
Ord Sept 24 GLANVILLE, JOHNSON, Peozance, Innkeeper. Truro. Pet Sept 20. Ord Sept 20
WIGHTMAN, JOHN WILLIAM, Cambridge st, Pimlico, no occupation. High Court.
Pet Sept 23. Ord Sept 23 HANNETT, JOHN ROBERT, Nottingham, Furniture Dealer. Nottingham. Pet WINTER, CHARLOTTE, Sevenoake, Saddler. Tunbridge Wells. Pet Sept 22. Ord Sept 2. Ord Sept 19
Sept 22 HENDEY, FREDERICK CHARLES, Cowley rd, Uxbridge, Builder. Windsor. Pet
WITT, HARRY FREDERICK, Breamore, Hampshire, Innkeeper. Salisbury. Pet Sept 14. Ord Sept 21
Sept 21. Ord Sept 21
The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the HEWETSON, WILLIAM, Ireby, Cumberland, Saddler. Carlisle. Pet Sept 19. Ord
London Gazette of Sept 13. Sept 19
MATCHAM, THOMAS, Balham, Grocer. Wandsworth. Pet Sept 8. Ord Sept 8 HICKLING, EDWARD, Nottingham, Grocer. Nottingham. Pet Aug 31. Ord Sept 17
RECEIVING ORDER RESCINDED. HOLBORN, CHARLES, Norwich, Plumber. Norwich. Pet Aug 17. Ord Sept 20
NELSON, EDWARD ALBERT, Bennett's bill, Solicitor. High Court. Ord Sept 16.
Resc Sept 26
BEDINGHAM, BENJAMIN GEORGE, Sheffield, Cabinet Maker. Oct 5 at 2. Off Rec,
Figtree lane, Sheffield JONES, THOMAS WEBB, Malvern Wells, Worces, out of business. Worcester. BRIGHT, ALEXINA, Mildenhall, Suffolk, Draper, Oct 5 at 10.45. Off Rec, 2, WestPet Sept 16. Ord Sept 20
gate st, Ipswich KING, NOAH, Blunham, Beds, Publican. Bedford. Pet Sept 21. Ord Sept 21 BROWN, FRANCIS JULIUS, Leamington, Lodging house Keeper. Oct 6 at 12.30. MAYHEAD, JAMES WILLIAM, Wells st, Hackney, Cheesemonger. High Court.
Cookes & Southorn, Parade, Leamington Pet Sept 19. Ord Sept 24
BRUMMITT, JOHN, York, Coal Merchant. Oct G at 12. Off Rec, York NEWTON, BENJAMIN, Leeds, Greengrocer. Leeds. Pet Sept 20. Ord Sept 20 BURNS, ANNIE, Jarrow on Tyne, Confectioner. Oct 6 at 2.30, Off Rec, Pink lane, PEACOCK, JOSEPH HENRY, Salford, Lancs, Innkeeper. Salford. Pet Sept 15.
Newcastle on Tyne Ord Sept 20
CARTER, JOHN BROADFOOT, Manchester, Draper. Oct 4 at 12. Off Rec, Ogden's POPE, THOMAS CABLE, Milton next Gravesend, Tea Merchant. Rochester. Pet
chbrs, Bridge et, Manchester Sept 19. Ord Sept 19
CHURCHILL, CHARLES, Cazenove rd, Stoke Newington, Importer of Machinery. ROBERTS, CHARLES, Abergavenny, Mon, Watchmaker. Tredegar. Pet Sept 19. Nov 2 at 11. Bankruptcy bldgs, Lincoln's inn Ord Sept 19
DACOSTA, ALFRED, Piccadilly, Gent. Oct 4 at 12. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn SCORE, JAMES HENRY, Southampton, Shipwright. Southampton. Pet Sept 10. Ord Sept 19
DARTON, THOMAS GATES, and EDWARD HACK 1)ARTON, Kirby st, Hatton gdn, SHAW, FREDERICK, Wellington, Salop, Commission Agent. Madeley. Pet Sept
Bookbinders. . Oct 5 at 12. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn 19. Ord Sept 20
fields STUBLEY, MARSDEN, South Shields, Confectioner. Newcastle on Tyne. Pet DAVIS, SOLOMON, Brighton, Boot Dealer. Oct 4 at 2. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn Sept 19. Ord Sept 21
DELAHOY, JAMES, Doncaster, Milk Dealer. Oct 5 at 11.30. Off Rec, Figtree lane, TAYLOR, URIAH, Princeville, Bradford, Stone Merchant. Bradford. Pet Sept Sheffield 20. Ora Sept 20
DODD, WILLIAM ANDREW, Chester, Mason. Oot 4 at 2.30. Off Rec, Chester THOMAS. JOHN, Penygraig, Glamorgan, Tailor. Pontypridd. Pet Sept 15. Ord Sept 20
DONCASTER, EDMUND, Manchester, Carver. Oct 6 at 12. Off Rec, Ogden's chbrs TIPLING, JOSEPH ARTHUR, Mirfield, Yorks, Wheelwright. Dewsbury. Pet Sept FINLEY, JEAN. T'emple st, Whitefriars, Licensed Victualler. Oct 6 at 11. 33, WATTON, JOHN, Christchurch, Hamps, out of business. Poole. Pet Sept 1.
Carey st. Lincoln's inn Ord Sept 19
GLANVILLE, JOHNSON, Penzance, Innkeeper. Oct 4 at 12. Off Rec, Boscawen st, WHITEHEAD, ROBERT, Blackpool, Draper. Preston. Pet Sept 19. Ord Sept 19
Oct 11 at 10.30.
GLAZE, JOHN. Halesowen, Worcester, Boot Manufacturer. WILLIAMSON, EDWARD, Congleton. Macclesfield. Pet Aug 2. Ord Sept 19
Talbot Hotel, Stourbridge WOODHEAD, TITUS, Leeds, Gardener. Leeds. Pet Sept 19. Ord Sept 19.
GRAHAM, ELIZABETA, Sheffield, Fruiterer. Oct 5 at 12.30. Off Rec, Figtree lane,
Sheffield WOODRUFF, CHARLES WILLIAM, Waddington, Lincs, Builder.
Lincoln. Pet HANN, HERBERT, and WILLIAM HENRY HANN, Bournemouth, Builders' MerSept 21. Ord Sept 21
chants. Oct 5 at 1. Off Rec, Salisbury
HEPWORTH, MARTHA, Wakefield, Milliner. Oct 4 at 11. Off Rec, Bond terrace,
HULETT, W H, Sandmere rd, Clapham, Builder. Oct 6 at 12. Bankruptcy bldgs,
Portugal st, Lincoln's ion fields AYRES, FRANCIS CAMPEY, Riccall, Yorks, Farmer. York. Pet Sept 24. Ora JACKSON, JOAN, St Albans, Paddler. Oct 6 at 11. Blagg & Edwards, Solors, Bt BANTOFT, PEROY, Kingston on Hull, Corn Merchant. Kingston on Hull. Pet
Albans, Herts Sept 22. Ord sept 22
JEFFERSON, JOSEPH, Holme, Cultram, Cumberland, Farmer. Oct 10 at 12. Off BATE, GEORGE, Birmingham, Gun Manufacturer. Birmingham. Pet Sept 22.
Rec, 34, Fisher st, Carlisle
JONES, CHARLES, St Albans, Herts, Gent. Oct 6 at 10.30. Blagg & Edwards, BOSSOMAIER, R., & Co., Tabernacle st, Finsbury, Wire Rope Manufacturers.
Solors, St Albans, Herts High Court. Pet Sept 6. Ord Sept 24
JONES, JOHN, Egremont, Cheshire, Joiner. Oct 5 at 2,80. Off Rec, 48, Hamilton BRUMMITT, JOHN, York, Coal Merchant. York. Pet Sept 22. Ord Sept 22
KING, ARIHUR PEROY, Ingersoll rd, Shepherd's Bush, no occupation. Oct 4 at BURNS, ANNIE, Jarrow, Durham, Confectioner. Newcastle on Tyne. Pet Sept 11._33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn
LEVER, JOHN ORRELL, Worthing, Late M P. Oct 4 at 12. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's BUXEY, ARTHUR JAMES, Southampton, Tobacconist. Southampton. Pet Sept inn fields
MANTON, WILLIAM, Boston, Lincolnshire, Printer. Oct 6 at 1. Off Rec,48, High CHITTY, FRANCIS JAMES, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, Commercial Traveller. Bed
MUSSELL, JOHN THOMAS, Devon, Builder. Oct 4 at 11. 18, Frankfort st, PlyCOATES, WILLIAM, Leeds, Coal Merchant. Leeds. Pet Sept 24. Ord Sept 24
Ord Sept 22
NEWTON, JOHN, Southsea, Grocer. Oct 6 at 4. 166, Queen st, Portsea
JEFFERSON, JOSEPH, Holme Cultram, Cumberland, Farmer. Carlisle. Pet Sept
23. Ord Sept 23 ORPEN, CH, Gosport, Hants, Lieut. Oct 6 at 4.30. 166, Queen st, Porteea
JOHNSON, HENRY, Farnborough, Draper. Guildford and Godalming. Pet Aug
8. Ord Sept 20 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM, Hereford, Coal Agent. Oct 7 at 2.15. 2, Offa st, Hereford
JONES, CHARLES, St Albans, Herts, Gent. St Albans. Pet Aug 3. Ord Sept PIERCE, GEORGE, Margate, Fishmonger. Oct 6 at 10. 53, High st, Margate
KING, THOMAS BELLAMY, Grove lane, Camberwel no occupation. High Court PUCKEY, JAMES, Plymouth, Butcher. Oct 4 at 12. 18, Frankfort st, Plymouth
Pet Sept 12. Ord Sept 23 RHODES, MARY LOUISA, Heckmondwike, nr Dewsbury, Manufacturer. Oct 5 at LINGARD, WILLIAM, and JOSEPH BROOKE, Leeds, Dyers. Leeds. Pet Sept 24. 3. Off Rec, Bank'cbmbrs, Batley
Ord Sept 24 SALES, RICHARD TONGE, Kington upon Hull, Painter. Oct 4 at 2. Hull Incor MEYRICK, JOHN WILLIAMS, Beaumaris, Anglesey, Clerk in Holy Orders. Bangor. porated Law Society, Lincoln's inn bdgs. Bowlalley lane, Hull
Pet March 10. Ord July 4 SHARP. GEORGE HENRY, Bishop Auckland, Grocer. Oct 4 at 1.15. Three Tuns MOFFATT, WILLIAM, Barrow in Furness, Draper, Ulverston and Barrow Hotel, Durham
Furness. Pet Sept 1. Ord Sept 23 SIMMONS, GEORGE HENRY, Builth, Brecon, Jeweller. Oct 6 at 1. Off Rec, MONEY, JABEZ HENRY, Ironmonger lane, Surveyor. High Court. Pet Aug 13. Llanidloes
Ord Sept 23 SMELLIE, THOMAS HAIG, St Charles sq, Notting hill. Oct 7 at 11. 33, Carey et, MORGAN, MORGAN CHARLES, Thomas st, Camberwell New rd, Cowkeeper. High Lincoln's inn
Court. Pet Sept 22. Ord Sept 23 SPIERS. ALFRED, Kinver, Worcester, Grocer's Assistant. Oct 11 at 10.30. Talbot NEIL, JOHN, Poultry, Stock Dealer. High Court. Pet July 25. Ord Sept 28 Hotel, Stourbridge
NEVILLE, HENRY, Shenfield, nr Brentwood, General Dealer. Chelmsford. Pet SUGAR, MAX, Waltham bdgs, Holborn circus. Goods Dealer. Oct 5 at 11, Bank
July 12. Ord Sept 20 ruptcy bdge, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields
OWEN, JOSEPH ALBERT, Haverfordwest, Butcher. Pembroke Dock. Pet Sept SWETE, OSWALD RICKETTS, Baron's ct rd, West Kensington, Engineer. Oct 4 at
22. Ord Sept 22 11. Bankruptcy bdgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields
PINDER, THOMAS. Kingston upon Hull, Cartman. Kingston upon Hull. Pet SYKES, ELIZA, Slaithwaite, nr Huddersfield, Widow. Oct 7 at 3. Haigh & Sons,
Sept 14. Ord Sept 23 solors, New st, Huddersfield
REAY, HANNAH, end ROBERT REAY, Kirklinton, Cumberland, Farmers. Carlisle. TAYLOR, URIAH, Bradford, Stone Merchant. Oct 5 at 11. Off Rec, 81, Manor
Pet Sept 15. Ord Sept 22 row, Bradford
RHODES, HANNAH, Dewsbury, Yorks, Widow. Dewsbury. Pet Sept 23. Ord TEMPEST, FRANCIS ADOLPHUS VANE, Bury st, St James's, Gent. Oct 7 at 12.
Sept 23 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn
RILEY, THOMAS WILKINSON, Padiham, Lanos, Printer. Burnley. Pet Sept 24. TIPLING, JOSEPH ARTHUR, Mirfield, Yorks, Wheelwright. Oct 8 at 10.30. Off
Ord Sept 24 Rec. Bank chbrs, Batley TURNER, ELIZA, East India rd, Poplar, Tailor. Oct 4 at 12. Bankruptcy bldgs, ROBINSON, GEORGE HARRY, Harrogate, Bookseller. Leeds. Pet Sept 24. Ord
ROBINSON, JAMES, Chorlton upon Medlock, Lanos, Tailor. Manchester. Pet VARNEY, HENRY, and THOMAS VARNEY, Liverpool st, Boot Makers. Oct 4 at 11.
Sept 21. Ord Sept 21 Bankruptcy bldgs, Lincoln's inn
SMITH, THOMAS, Elbam, Kent, Shoemaker. Canterbury. Pet Aug 30. Ord WHITAKER, THOMAS, Bolton, Heating Apparatus Maker. Oct 5 at 11. 16, Wood
Sept 22 st, Bolton
SWETE, OSWALD RICKETTS, Baron's Court rd, West Kensington, Engineer. WHITAKER, WILLIAM, Bolton, Heating Apparatus MakerOct 5 at 11. 16,
High Court. Pet July 2. Ord Sept 24 Wood st. Bolton
WALE, ALFRED, Nottingham, Yarn Agent. Nottingham. Pet Aug 25. Ord WIGFALL, WILLIAM, the younger, Norfolk st, Sheffield, Brush Manufacturer.
Sept 21 Oct 5 at 3. Off Rec, Figtree lane, Sheffield WILSON, GEORGE, address unknown, Provision Dealer. Oct 5 at 12. 33, Carey WHITAKER, WILLIAM, Bolton, Heating Apparatus Maker. Bolton: Pet Sept 21.
WIGHTMAN, JOHN WILLIAM, Cambridge st, Pimlico, no occupation. High WITT. HARRY FREDERICK, Breamore, Hampshire, Innkeeper. Oct 5 at 3. Off Rec, Salisbury
Court. Pet Sept 23. Ord Sept 24. WOODCOCK. C G, Old Kent id, Grocer. Oct 5 at 11. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn
WINTER, CHARLOTTE, Sevenoaks, Saddler. Tunbridge Wells. Pet Sept 22. Ord
Sept 24 WOODLIFFE, ALFEFD, Bridlington, Yorks, Chemist. Oct 4 at 12. Black Lion WITT, HARRY FREDERICK, Breamore, Hants, Innkeeper. Salisbury. Pet Sept Hotel, Bridlington
Ord Sept 23
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law, of a son. BIRD, JORN, Lorton, nr Cockermouth, Farmer. Cockermouth and Workington.
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Francis, of Maida-bill, W. BRUMMITT, JOHN, York, Coal Merchant. York. Pet Sept 21. Ord Sept 22
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Frances Nora Prittie, daughter of the late Nathaniel Gore, of Clifton. COATES, WILLIAM, Leeds, Coal Merchant. Leeds. Pet Sept 24. Ord Sept 24
DEATH. Cook, HENRY, Shirley, Hants, Auctioneer. Reading. Pet Sept 1. Ord Sept 23
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CASES REPORTED THIS WEEK.
IT IS RATHER SURPRISING that there are so few applications Berridge v. Turner 773 Assessors for the Borough of
made of the nature of that in Berridge v. Turner, reported in Matthews v. The Mayor and Cor
Higham Ferrers ....... poration of Sheffield ..
Taunton v. Falla
... 772 another column. Testators possessed of large and complicated Municipal Corporations Act, 1882, Thompson v. The Mayor and Cor estates appoint executors and trustees, and omit to provide any and the Election of Reyising poration of Stratford-upon-Avon 772 adequate remuneration for duties which, if transacted personally,
are likely to occupy a considerable part of the time of the executors The Solicitors' Journal and Reporter.
and Reporter. and the business being transacted by the solicitors to the estate. LONDON, OCTOBER 8, 1887.
But suppose one of the executors and trustees is himself a
solicitor, and the usual solicitor-trustee clause is omitted, or is, CURRENT TOPICS.
under the peculiar circumstances of the property, likely to afford
altogether inadequate remuneration? In this case the prudent THE DECREASE in the court work of the Vacation Judge which course is for the executors and trustees, before proving the will or we ventured to anticipate has not taken place, but, on the con- accepting office, to stipulate for a reasonable remuneration. They trary, the work appears to have increased as time goes on. Each are at liberty to do this with the beneficiaries without the week hitherto Mr. Justice CHABLES has been obliged to sit on intervention of the court (Re Sherwood, 3 Beav. 338), but it very Friday as well as on Wednesday, and on Friday last there were no seldom happens that all the beneficiaries are of age or ascertained; fewer than thirty motions in the paper which stood over from the and these bargains are regarded with great jealousy by the court previous Wednesday.
(see Ayliffe v. Murray, 2 Atk. 58; Moore v. Frowde, 3 My. & Cr., at p. 48). The bargain must be shewn to have been entered into
without pressure, and with a full knowledge on the part of the MR. RICHARD Quain's munificent bequest for the benefit of cestuis que trustent of their rights (In re Wyche, 11 Beav. 209, University College, London (with which he desires the name of 210); and the intervention of an independent solicitor to peruse his brother, the late Mr. Justice Quain, to be associated), recalls the agreement on behalf of the cestuis que trustent is generally the gift of £10,000 made by the will of that learned judge to necessary (see Stanes v. Parker, 9 Beav. 385). The better course is trustees for the improvement of legal education. We believe that for the executors and trustees to apply to the court to settle and this bequest was subject to a life interest which has lately fallen in. sanction their remuneration. It seems to have been assumed in
the recent case that this application must necessarily be made
before the executors and trustees have proved the will or acTHERE IS A CURIOUS BLUNDER in section 6 of the Margarine Act Browne v. Collins (21 W. R. 222) are to this effect; but it
cepted the trusts, and Brocksopp v. Barnes (5 Mad. 90) and of last session (50 & 51 Vict. c. 29). Section 4 provides a penalty is to be observed that in Bainbrigge v. Blair (8 Beav. 596); for any person · dealing in margarine, whether wholesale or retail, the solicitor-trustee to whom an allowance was authorized whether as manufacturer, importer, or as ,consignor of con: had proved the will and acted in the trusts, and in his signee, or as commission agent or otherwise " who is guilty of an offence under the Act. Section 5 then provides for judgment Lord Langdale said that, "where a trust being in the exemption from the penalty of an employer who proves that the course of execution, and many things remaining to be done he “ had used due diligence to enforce the execution of this Act." which can be done beneficially only by a particular trustee, who Then comes section 6, relating to marking of cases, which provides and that party comes to the court, and states that he is in a situa
cannot, from his situation, do it without grievous personal loss, thut “every person dealing in margarine in the manner described in the preceding section shall conform to the following regulations." tion, and is willing to do these things, but that he cannot, conThe “ preceding section ” does not describe any manner of dealing gratuitously devote his time for the benefit of the trust—in such a in margarine, but section 4 does; and the blunder has obviously arisen from the proviso in section 5 being made into a separate the cestuis que trustent, and is calculated to promote their interest,
case it is competent for the court, considering what is beneficial to section instead of being appended to section 4. Probably the to take the matter into consideration, and to give proper remunecourts will adopt a liberal construction of the words “ preceding ration to that person who alone, by his own exertion, can produce section,” and will not construe them as meaning " the last preced- that benefit." The safe course, however, is no doubt to apply ing section."
before undertaking the duties. The allowance by the court to a
solicitor-trustee will not be of the usual professional charges in WHEN A JUDGE of such wide experience as Mr. Justice trust business, but of a fixed remuneration (Bainbrigge v. Blair, KEKEWICH directs that the parcels” should be set out verbatim 8 Beav., at p. 595). in an order of the court vesting real property, we are bound to assume that there must have been some good reason for his decision. In the case of Re Adams (ante, p. 717), THE COURTS frequently have to decide, as between two innocent that learned judge appears to have made such an order. There parties, which of them ought to suffer for the delinquency of a may be special reasons which do not appear in the short report fraudulent trustee. In the case of Magnus v. Queensland of the case, but it seems that the vesting oder was of copyholds, National Bank, reported in the current number of the Law with the consent of the lord, under section 28 of the Trustee Act, Reports (36 Ch. D. 25), the choice lay between two negligent 1850, which section expressly provides that, on such an order, the parties. Shortly put, the facts were as follows :—Two trustees, lands“shall, without any surrender or admittance in respect A. and B., employed their co-trustee, C., to manage the investthereof, vest accordingly.” There was therefore no reason why ments of the trust money. Upon the pretext that he wished to the parcels should be set out for the purpose of surrender or sell out B. Stock and invest in N. E. Stock, he induced A. and B. admittance, and we confess we are puzzled to know why to sign a transfer to two persons who were really trustees for a the parcels were set out in the order. It would seem bank. C. then used the transfer to borrow money for his own that the court has no
means of knowing what the prop- purposes from the bank by mortgage of the B.' Stock. Suberty vested is; it only knows, as in this case, where the sequently, this money was paid off, but the trustees of the bank, property was derived under a will, that the testator purported to instead of re-transferring to A., B., and C., transferred to a purdevise certain property, but does not know what passed under that chaser from c. C. received the purchase-money and invested it in devise. The practice has been to vest " what passed under the his own name in N. E. Stock. For a time he paid the dividends will and still remains subject to the trusts.” It is obvious that regularly to the beneficiary, and he reported the re-investment to A. such a solemn act as that of transferring by order of court land and B. They never inquired, however, into the truth of this which has not been proved to be the subject of the devise should report, and C. had, in fact, already sold out the N. E. Stock and only be done with the greatest circumspection. A vista of com-appropriated the proceeds. In the sequel he absconded and was plications opens before the eyes of the conveyancer who contem- made bankrupt. At first sight it certainly looks as though the loss plates the possible consequences of such an order, and we cannot were due to the negligence of A. and B., who had omitted to make anticipate that the case of Re Adams will be taken as a precedent. f any inquiry as to the genuineness of the re-investment. But there