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Jersey, clerk in holy orders, deceased (ante, p: 762). The defendant Falla | to trustees for the advancement of economical and sanitary science, and did not then appear. It was now asked on his behalf that the motion gave the residue of his estate to his eldest son. might stand over to enable him to answer affidavits. An affidavit of S. 0. Samuel Turner and John Hunter his executors and trustees. The testator
He appointed the Rev. Gray, the Chief Accountant, was read on behalf of the Bank of England. was formerly a partner in Meux's Brewery; he also owned large landed He said that he had been forty-one years clerk and eight years chief estates in Galway and elsewhere, including valuable oyster and salmon accountant of the Bank; as far as he was aware from time immemorial fisheries. The action was brought by the residuary legatee to administer the Governor and Company of the Bank of England had never been the estate. For the applicants it was said that the case was peculiar; the called upon to register any order of the court containing an injunction or any other stop upon stocks where the particular description of the stock trustees to wind it up without remuneration.
estate was so complicated that it would be a loss to the executors and had not been distinctly specified. There were 375,000 separate accounts
But they were bound to
make stipulations before proving the will and undertaking the trusts : of proprietors of forty-three distinct descriptions of stocks transferable Lewin on Trusts, 7th ed., p. 542; Marshall v. Holloway, 3 Swans 452; at the Bank of England, representing £800,000,000 of stock, or there. Bainbrigge v. Blair, 8 Beav. 588. All the family wished the executors abouts, the same name often occurring. The result of such a practice as and trustees nominated by the testator to act and to receive remunerato grant injunctions without specific descriptions of the stock would be to tion. cause inconvenience and damage to stockholders, and involve the Bank of CHARLES, J., said that, upon the authority of Marshall v. Holloway and England in serious risk. The plaintiffs, on an injunction being granted Bainbrigge v. Blair, he would make an order directing a reference to against the defendant Falla, and after hearing the affidavit of the Chief chambers to assess the remuneration of the trustees.-COUNSEL, George Accountant, did not press to continue the injunction against the Bank. Henderson ; Rolt. SOLICITORS, Hunters & Haynes ; Shadbolt.
CHARLES, J., granted an interim injunction over Wednesday against the
LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL.
LIVERPOOL BOARD OF LEGAL STUDIES. Charles, J., on the 5th inst., the question arose whether the erection of a The Lecture Session of this Board was opened on the 30th ult., when hospital for the reception of patients recovering from smallpox constituted Mr. T. Cyprian Williams delivered the first of a course of ten lectures on a nuisance. This was a motion on behalf of T. B. Matthews, Thomas the “Law of Personal Property.” The chair was taken by Mr. W. A. Wint, Thomas Newton, and Henry Bingham and his wife to restrain the Jevons (solicitor), the chairman of the board, who was supported by Mr. defendants, their servants and agents, until the trial of the action or J. H. Kenion, the president of the Liverpool Law Society, and a large further order, from using or causing to be used any part of the land called number of students. Before calling upon the lecturer the chairman Victoria-gardens, near Totley Rise, Dore, in the county of Derby, or any delivered a short address, in which he stated that the success of the last buildings erected or to be erected thereon as a hospital or place for the session, and the encouraging support the board had received from various reception of persons suffering or recovering from smallpox or any other sources, and the increased grant promised by the Incorporated Law infectious or contagious disease. An interim injunction was granted by Society of the United Kingdom, had encouraged them to extend their Charles, J., over the 5th of October. Evidence was read on behalf of the scheme so as to include a course on “Jurisprudence," to be delivered by plaintiffs to shew that the proposed hospital was in dangerous proximity Professor Munroe, of Owen's College, Manchester, one of the most emito the road, private houses, shops, a school, an orphanage, and a Wesleyan nent jurists of the day. After referring to the work of the Legal Educachapel. It was also said that the use of the gardens as a smallpox hospital tion Association, which was formed a good many years ago for the purpose was ultrà vires the memorandum and articles of association of the Victoria of estoblishing legal education on a scientific and systematic basis by the Gardens Co., to whom the land, and a pavilion erected upon it, belonged. foundation in the metropolis of a law university or school of law open to Evidence was adduced on behalf of the defendants shewing that po real laymen as well as lawyers, the chairman pointed out that, although the danger existed, and every precaution was taken by the defendants, a wall foundation of a central university had not yet been accomplished, the would be built on the boundary of the gardens, and a door on the side of necessary adjunct of law schools in the provinces was in a fair way of the road would be kept shut. There was a conflict of medical evidence as being supplied in Manchester by the Owen's College, in Liverpool and to whether convalescence was a dangerous stage of the disease. For the Newcastle-on-Tyne by boards of legal studies in those places, and in plaintiffs reference was made to the Metropolitan Asylums District v. Hill Birmingham by the law society in that town-an example which would (6 App. Cas. 193) and to the Public Health Act, 1875 (38 & 39 Vict. c. 55', no doubt be followed in other parts of the country. He hoped, therefore, 8. 133. If the plaintiffs proved that the hospital would cause a nuisance, that he might consider their board of legal studies as a branch of the law they were entitled to an injunction, no money could compensate for the university of the future. The success of the board must, however, depend injury. There had been no delay; the resolution of the town council was mainly upon the students themselves. The learning law by the systematic passed on the 14th of September, the agreement was signed on the 19th, teaching of skilled professors was not intended to be a substitute for the and the writ was issued on the 29th. The defendants, by their evidence, practical experience of the working of the law to be attained in a solicidid not deny that there was danger, only that there was no special tor's office or barrister's chambers, nor were the lectures designed as a danger. For the defendants it was said that the fears of mankind were system of cramming for examinations, but it was intended to substitute not a ground for granting an injunction. Reference was made to the systematic and well-directed training for desultory reading. No student Darenth case, Fleet v. The Metropolitan Asylums Board. There was less could possibly qualify himself as a practitioner without reading, and no danger in the convalescent stage; the plaintiffs had not shewn that there student could read so effectually“ as by following the guidance of the was any appreciable danger.
teachers provided by the board. As to the scope of its work, it CHARLES, J., said that in this case he had been in a good deal of was not confined to law students or lawyers, but was open to all. perplexity, but after giving the best consideration he could to the evidence A knowledge of the law would be very useful to laymen, in particular to on both sides, he declined to grant an interlocutory injunction. He those who might become magistrates and to that larger class who might came to that conclusion, though he might put the plaintiffs to some expect to belong to some of the various bodies to whom the local governo temporary inconvenience. He followed the cases of the Darenth and ment of the country was intrusted. Many people talked of the importance Hampstead Hospitals, and asked whether the plaintiffs had reasonable of amendments of the law when they did not know what the present law apprehension of danger. That there was apprehension he had no doubt, was. Surely it was worth their while to learn something of the subject
Be but whether the apprehension was well founded he was not satisfied matter they wanted to deal with before attempting to deal with it. Until he was sure that the apprehension was well founded, he would not, stated that the late Mr. Justice Quain had left a legacy of £10,000 which in his opinion, be justified in granting an interlocutory injunction. As tó had lately fallen into possession, to be applied to the promotion of legal the evidence, having regard to the evidence of the medical men, he came education in England, but so that such education should not be confined to the conclusion that there was no real danger from the temporary use of to any branch of the legal profession, but should be open to the public on the premises for a convalescent hospital; he particularly referred to the the same terms. The present trustees of the legacy were Lord Selborne, statement of one of the plaintiffs' witnesses that the stage of convalescence Mr. Justice Chitty, and himself. The income would be too small to enable was the most dangerous stage of the disease. The statement was satis- the trustees to accomplish very much, but he hoped that the cause of factorily answered by the defendants. The plaintiffs' witnesses did not legal education would receive some stimulus. Mr. Williams then proadhere confidently to that statement with regard to the convalescent stage ceeded with his lecture. of the disease, they said rather that it was difficult to speak for certain. Having regard to the evidence on both sides, and to the evidence of the defendants as to the mode of conducting the hospital, and the precautions they had taken, he declined to grant an interlocutory injunction on the terms that the interior wall should be at once erected, and that the cor
LEGAL NEWS. poration should undertake not to use the door on the side of the high road. Costs to be costs in the action.-COUNSEL, Marlen, Q.C.,
Warrington; Hemming, Q.O., and Baker. SOLICITORS, Torr, Janeways, $ Co., for Wightman The Right Hon. HENRY ORMSBY, formerly a judge of the Landed Nicholson, Sheffield ; Richard Smith f Wilmer, for the Town Clerk, Estates Court in Ireland, who died at Bray, on the 17th ult., at the age
of seventy-five, was the son of the Rev. Henry Ormsby, rector of Kilskier,
Meath, and was born in 1812. He was educated at Trinity College, EXECUTORS—TRUSTEES-REMUNBRATION.
Dublin, where he graduated B.A. in 1834. He was called to the bir in In the case of Berridge v. Turner, before Charles, J., on the 5th inst., & Ireland in 1835, and he became a Queen's Counsel in 1858. He was motion was made asking the court to direct a reference to chambers to his Solicitor-General for Ireland for a few months, under the first the remuneration of executors and trustees under the will of Richard administration of Mr. Disraeli. On the formation of his second administraBenridge, of Ballynahinch Castle, deceased. Richard" Berridge made his tion, Mr. Ormsby again became Solicitor - General, and in the will in 1863, and gave £16,000 to each of his daughters, and $200,000 following January he succeeded Mr. Ball as Attorney-General, and
774 became a member of the Irish Privy Council. He never had a seat in the House of Commons, and in July, 1875, he was appointed a judge of the
WINDING UP NOTICES. Landed Estates Court, which office he held till December, 1885, when he
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, September 30. retired on a pension. He was elected a bencher of the King's-inns in
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LIMITED IN CHANCERY. 1874. He was married in 1840 to the daughter of Mr. Henry Hamilton, and he leaves three sons.
BRITISH AND COLONIAL AGENCY. LIMITED.-The Vacation Judge has by an
order, dated Sept 9, appointed Alfred Philip King, 42, Queen Victoria st, to be Mr. EDWIN WELSH, solicitor, of Wells, died at Southgate, on the 6th Provisional Official Liquidator ult., from typhoid fever. Mr Welsh was the youngest son of Mr. William GENERAL ICE FACTORY CO, LIMITED.-By an order made by Charles, J., dated
Sept 2:, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the company be conInman Welsh, solicitor, of Wells, and was born in 1857. He was admitted
tinued. Gadsden & Treherne, solors for petner a solicitor in 1880, having been articled to his father, with whom he was
GREENSIDE_GLAZED AND FIRE BRICK CO, LIMITED. - By an order made by for several years in partnership, and on whose retirement three or four Charles, J., dated Sept 21, it was ordered that the company be wound up. years ago he became clerk to the county magistrates at Wells. Mr. Welsh Speechley & Co, New inn, agents for Mumford & Johnson, Bradford, solors for was also Clerk to the Wells Highway Board and a Perpetual Commissioner MORE WOOD & Co, LJMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented Sept 28, directed to for Somersetshire.
be heard before Charles, J., on Wednesday, Oct 12. Dawes & Sons, Angel Mr. William HENRY Payn, solicitor, died at Kearsney, near Dover, on
court, Throgmorton st, solors for petner
COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER. the 14th ult., at the age of eighty-four. Mr. Payn was born in 1803. He
LIMITED IN OHANCERY. was admitted a solicitor about the year 1826, and he practised for many NEWNAM CLUB, LIMITED.--Petn for winding up, presented Sept 29, directed to years at Dover.
He was formerly a member of the Dover Town Council, be heard at 9, Cook st, Liverpool, on Tuesday, Oct 11, at 11. J. Lynskey, Liverand in 1854 he was elected mayor of the borough, in which capacity he
pool, golor for petners received the late Emperor of the French on his State visit to England, NUTSKORO YALE BLEACHING AND DYEING CO, LIMITED:- Petn for winding up, who, on his embarkation at Dover, presented Mr. Payn with a gold snuff Sewell & Edwards, Gresham house, Old Broad st, agents for Dixon, Manchesbox. In 1860 Mr. Payn was elected coroner for the borough of Dover,
ter, solor for petner
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, October 4. and he held that office till 1882, when he was succeeded by his son, Mr.
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LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
wich, J., dated Sept 28, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Keene
& Co, Seething lane, solors for petners
COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER. Mr. HENRY ARTHUR DUDDING, solicitor, of Wigton, has been ap
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
CITY AND COUNTY FINANCE CO, LIMITED.-Peta for winding up, presented Oct pointed Registrar of the Wigton County Court (Circuit No. 5), in suc
1, directed to be heard at 9, Cook st, Liverpool, on Tuesday, Oct 11, at 11. cession to Mr. William John Carrick, resigned. Mr. Dudding was Danger & Neville, Liverpool, solors for petner admitted a solicitor in 1878.
Mr. WILLIAM Hayes, B.A., solicitor, of the City Solicitors' Office, Guildhall, has been elected Clerk to the Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards, upon the retirement of Mr. Thomas Roderick, Secondary of the City of London.
CREDITORS' NOTICES. Mr. GEORGE HIBBERT DEFFELL, barrister, has been appointed a Judge
UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35. of the Supreme Court of the Colony of New South Wales. Mr. Justice
LAST DAY OF CLAIM. Deffell is the third son of Mr. Henry Deffell. He was educated at Harrow
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Sept. 27. and at Trinity College, Cambridge. He was called to the bar at the Inner APPLETON, JAMES, Stainton, York, Gent. Nov 10. Robson, Middlesbrough Ten.ple in Michaelmas Term, "1846, and he formerly practised on the BASNETT. MICHAEL JAMES, Balfour rd, Ilford, Banker's Cashier. Oct 31. Gush Home Circuit. He was a Master in Équity of the Supreme Court of New & Co, Finsbury circus South Wales from 1857 till 1869, when he was appointed Chief Com BOULTON, JOHN, Albrighton, Salop, Farmer. Oct 1. Manby & Son, Wolvermissioner of Insolvent Estates for that colony.
hampton Mr. HAROLD ARTHUR SILVESTER, solicitor, of Beverley, has been ap
BRADLEY, JOHN NORTHAGE, Westhorpe, Nottingham, Gent. Nov 22. Stenton
& Co, Southwell pointed a Magistrate for that borough. Mr. Silvester was admitted a CHRISTIE. JAMES, Huddersfield, Joiner and Builder. Nov 1. Hall & White, solicitor in 1876.
Huddersfield Mr. CHARLES JAMES TARRING, barrister, has been appointed Her
COATES, SAMUEL, Belper, Derby, Shoemaker. Oct 31. Bland Walker, Belper Majesty's Consul at Constantinople. Mr. Tarring is the third son of Mr.
COLBRON, HETTY, New Malden, Surrey. Oct 29. Baileys & Co, Berners st John Tarring, and was born in 1845. He was educated at the City of
CONRY, MAURICE CROSBIE, Warwick st, Pimlico, Esq. Novi. Saw & Son, Queen London School and at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated in
Victoria st the first class of the Classical Tripos in 1868. He was called to the bar
DEANE, JOHN BATHURST, Finsbury sq. Oct 31. Louisa Elizabeth Deane at the Inner Temple in Trinity Term, 1871, and he formerly practised on
DERBYSHIRE, JANE, Gosforth, Northumberland. Oct 31. Dees & Thompson
Newcastle upon Tyne the South-Eastern Circuit and at the Surrey Sessions. Mr. Tarring was HARRISON, MARY ANN, Sibsey, Lincoln. Oct 2. Waite & Co, Boston for some time one of the staff of the Weekly Reporter. He has been vice HOBSON, DAVID, Carbrook, Sheffield. Oct 15. Swift & Ashington, Sheffield consul and assistant-judge of the Supreme Consular Court at Constantinople since 1883.
HORDERN, ANTHONY, Sydney, New South Wales, Merchant. Nov 1. Hordern, Mr. John KING FARLOW, jun., solicitor, of 1, Church.court, Clements. HYLAND, THOMAS, Liverpool, Master Carter. Oct 27. Woodburn, Liverpool lane, has been elected Clerk to the Needle Makers' Company, in succession JOHNSON, LOUISA CHARLOTTE, Atherton rd, Stratford. Oct 28. Watson, Graceto the late Mr. George Cole. Mr. Farlow is the son of Mr. John King JONES, TICOLAS, Reddish, Lancaster, Solicitor. Nov 1. Turner, Manchester, Farlow. He was admitted a solicitor in 1882.
Mr. T. G. VICKERY, solicitor, of Church-court-chambers, Old Jewry, JUBB, JOAN, Batley Carr, York, out of business. Nov 1. Ibberson, Dewsbury London, E.C., and Surbiton, has been appointed & Perpetual Com: MALSCHINGER, FREDERICK, Gloucester rd, Peckham, Jeweller. Nov7. Lawrence missioner for taking Acknowledgments of Deeds of Married Women in
& Sons, Raymond bldgs, Grays's inn the counties of Middlesex and Surrey.
MATTHEW, JAMES, Rochdale.' Oct 12. Brierley & Hudson, The Butts, Rochdale
Moss, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Wandsworth rd. Nov 5. Hammond, Furnival's inn
NICHOLSON, MICHAEL, South Bank, York, Draper. Nov 10. Robson, Middles-
LEXANDER THOMAS, Yarmouth, Marine Nov 1. Pakeman, Iron
monger lane Wandsworth, whilst the said Geoffrey Joseph Bulkeley Buckley will con
ROBERTS, CHARLOTTE, Parkhurst rd, Holloway, Oct 31. Chamberlain, Finstinue to carry on business at Nos. 3 and 4, Great Winchester-street. Sept. 29.
ROBERTS, ROBERT, Brynhyfryd, St Asaph, Flint, Notary Public. Nov 80. [Gazette, Oct. 4.
Sisson & George, Rhyl
SIMPSON, WILLIAM, Barton hill, Bristol. Nov 18. Benson & Carpenter, Bristol
STRAUGHAN, JOHN, Washington, Durham, Bachelor of Medicine. Dec 1. Hoyle
& Co, Newcastle upon Tyne The late Lord Cockburn's book, “ Trials for Sedition in Scotland,” is to SYMM, JOSHUA ROBINSON, St Giles, Oxford, Builder. Nov 1. Brook & Co, be issued early in November. The period covered is from 1793 to 1849.
TYZACK, MARY, Eccleshall, York. Oct 80. Sibray, Dore, nr Sheffield
WHARTON, JOHN, Sunderland, Licensed Victualler. Oct. 31. J & W J Robinson,
Sunderland cial assessor,
WHITTAKER, SAMUEL, Thorpe, Norfolk, Farmer and Brickmaker. Nov 26. The Globe says that early next session a Bill for amending the defects of WILLIAMS, JAMES MICHAEL, Portsea, Printer. Nov 1. Edgcombe & Co, Portsea the Limited Liability Acts will be introduced by the Secretary to the Board of Trade, and that the measure will include an entire revision of the AGATE, JOSEPH, Emsworth, Southampton, 'Grocer. Dec 3. Arnold &;Cooper,
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, September 30. existing regulations for the registering of public companies. The clauses
Emsworth of the Bill dealing with this important question have not yet been finally Ascott, ELIZABETH, Bayswater. Oct 31. Denton & Co. Gray's inn sa that no company shall be registered unless a certain proportion of its BABWELI, ANN SARAH, Oxford st. Oct 17. Routh & Co, Southampton st framed, but we may state that among other provisions it will be enacted BARNBY, THOMAS, Great Western Arcade, Birmingham, Fancy Goods Dealer. capital has been actually subscribed, and every company so registered BENDALL, AMELIA, Circus st, Marylebone rd. Oct 28. Smith, Great James st. will be required to file a copy of its half-yearly balance sheet for the in- BERRY, ALICE, Morecambe, Lancaster. spection of the public.
Artindale & Artindale, Burnley
CAMERON, PETER, Whitehaven, Bank Manager. Oct 14. Brockbank & Co, | GRAHAM, GEORGE, Weelsby, nr Gt Grimsby, Smack Captain. &t Grimsby. Pet
Sept 26. Ord Sept 26
GRAZIOLI, GIOVANNI, Rupert st, Coventry st, Hotel Keeper. High Court. Pet CRAGGS, JAMES, Ripon, Innkeeper. Oct 1. Hutchinson, Ripon
Sept 7. Ord Sept 28 DAWSON, JOHN, Levington, Sutfolk, Farmer. Oct 25. Cobbold, & Co, Ipswich
GRIFFITHS, ROBERT JAMES, St Martin's lane, Westminster, Jeweller. High Court.
Pet Sept 27. Ord Sept 27 DAY, WILLIAM, St Albans, Gent. Oct 29. Kearsey & Co, Old Jewry
HAMMON, THOMAS, Brabourne, Kent, Farmer. Canterbury. Pet Sept 28. Ord DERBETT, CAROLINE, Forest Gate lane, Stratford. Nov 5. Hunter & Davies, HAYHURST, HENRY JAMES, Hastings, Jeweller. Hastings. Pet Sept 28. Ord
King William st
Johnson & Co, Birmingham
HOPPER, WILLIAM, Strood, Kent, Builder. Rochester. Pet Sept 26. Ord Sept 26 DUSSEE, JOSEPH RICHARD, Greenwich. Oct 29.
Howard & Shelton, Tower LOWE, THOMAS, Rotherham, Yorks, Tailor. Sheffield. Pet Sept 26. Ord Sept 26 cbmbrs EDEN, LOUISA BEATRICE, Nottingham. Nov 26. Watson & Co, Nottingham
JOXES. CHARLES, Rhyl, Flintshire, Commission Agent. Bangor. Pet Sept 28.
Ord Sept 28 ELTRINGHAM, WILLIAM, Birkda'e, Lancaster, Gent. Nov 30. Buck & Co, South MACKENZIE, JOSEPI ANTHONY, and THOMAS SLAID OGILVY, Bristol, Pianoforte port
Makers. Bristol Pet Sept 24. Ord Sept 27
MARTIN, WILLIAM, Willesden Green, Builder. High Court. Pet Sept 28. Ord
Sept 28 FINN, ELIJAH, Malvern, Boarding house Keeper, Oct 23. Nevinson, Great Mal MURRAY, ALEXANDER, Newcastle on Tyne, Brick Manufacturer. Newcastle on
vern HALL, MARY HANNAH, Nottingham. Nov 26. Watson & Co, Nottingham
Tyne. Pet Sept 8. Ord Sept 28
NUNN, EDGAR, Thrandeston, Suffolk, Farmer. Ipswich. Pet Sept 12. Ord HARTLEY, WALTER, Marsden, York, Waste Puller. Oct 29. Piercy, Hudders- PYE, JOHN, Blackpool, Flagger. Preston. Pet Sept 26. Ord Sept 26
field LAMB, ALFRED, Merton rd, Wimbledon, Gent. Oct 28. Chilcott, St Martin's RADFORD, WILLIAM, Weston super Mare, Carpenter, Bridgewater. Pet Sept 26.
Ord Sept 26 LEIGH, WILLIAM, Rochdale, Lancaster, Cotton Spinner. Oet 8. Hartley & Co, RAYNHAM, FREDERICK, Forest Hill, Builder. Greenwich. Pet Aug 17. Ord Rochdale
Sept 27 MARSHALL, GEORGE, Sheffield, Licensed Victualler. Nov 25. Rodgers & Co, RICKETT, GEORGE, Margate, Joiner. Canterbury. Pet Sept 27. Ord Sept 27
Sheffield MULLER, SEBASTIAN, Bruchsal, nr Baden. Nov 9. Argles & Co, Great St Helen's SCARTH, ROBERT WILLIAM, Cridling Stubbs, nr Knottingley, Yorks, Farmer. NALDER, FRANK ISAAC, Westbury sub Mendip, nr Wells, Gent. Nov 30. Nalder, SPARLING, HENKY, Bury St Edmunds, Commercial Traveller. Bury St Edmunds. Shepton Mallet
Pet Sept 26. Ord Sept 26 NICKSON, ABRAHAM, Portland terr, Regent's park, Gent. Nov 1. Bilney, Salis THORNTON, THOMAS, Bradford, Woolstapler. Bradford. Pet Sept 27. Ord POPE, JAMES SANDLANDS, Lambridge, Gent. Nov 21. Stone & Co, Bath
WELLS, STANDISI GRADY, Swansea, Innkeeper. Swansea. Pet Sept 28. Ord RAYNER, HENRY, Widford, Essex, Farmer and Brickmaker. Nov 8. Dixon,
Sept 28 Chelmsford
WEST, JOHN MITCHELL, Shanklin, I.W., Coal Merchant. Newport and Ryde. RHODES, ISAAC WATSON, Bradford, Gent. Nov 7. Rhodes, Bradford
Pet Sept 24. Ord Sept 24 SALMON, FRANCES ELIZABETH, Shepton Mallett. Nov 30. Nalder, Shepton
WILLETTS, ELI, Netherton, Worcestershire, Chain Manufacturer. Dudley. Pet Mallet
Sept 23. Ord Sept 23 SCOTT, JOSEPH, Carleton Rode, Norfolk, Dealer. Nov 1. Clowes, New Bucken
FIRST MEETINGS. ham, Attleborongh SMART, MARY, Reading. Nov 10. Rashleigh & Smart, Lincolo's inn fields
AYRES, FRANCIS CAMPEY, Riccall, Yorks, Farmer. Oct 8 at 12. Off Rec, York STEVENS, WILLIAM, Portsea, Gasfitter. Oct 31. Kent, Portsea
BUXEY, ARTHUR JAMES, Southampton, Tobacconist. Oct 7 at 11. Off Rec, 4,
East st, Southampton STOREY, EDWARD, Birkenhead. Nov 29. Garnett & Tarbett, Liverpool
CHITTY, FRANCIS JAMES, Sharnbrook, Beds, Commercial Traveller. Oct 12 at 1.
8, St Paul's sq, Bedford TANKARD, JAMES MARŞLAND, Bowling, York, Worsted Spinner. Dec 1. Killick & Co, Bradford
CLARK, RICHARD, Settle, Yorks, Grocer. Oct 10 at 12.30. Ashfield Hotel, Settle TAYLOR, JOHN, At Horton, nr Bradford, Retired Schoolmaster. Nov 1. Long-CLARKE, DAVID, Coventry, Cab Proprietor. Oct 12 at 11.30. E W Peirson, of
Rec, 17, Hertford st, Coventry TEAGUE, ALEXANDER, Penryn, Merchant. Nov 12. Appleby Jenkins, Penryn
CLARKE, L'HOMAS WELSH, Whitwick, Leicestershire, Blacksmith. Oct 11 at 12.30.
28. Friar lane, Leicester TIFFIN, ELIZABETH, Bartholomew villas, Kentish Town. Nov 11. Shaen & Co, COOK, GEORGE, Higham Gobion, Beds, Farmer. Oct 12 at 11. 8, St Paul's sq, Bedford row
Bedford TOWNSHEND, EDMUND, Cheltenham, Esq. Oct 22. Billings, Cheltenham
DAVIES, HENRY, Llandewi, Velfrey, Pem, Cattle Dealer. Oct 8 at 12. Off Rec, WEBBER, JAMES, Budleigh Salterton, East Budleigh, Devon, Retired Shoe
11, Quay st, Carmarthen maker. Nov 15. Templeman, Budleigh Salterton
DAVIS, THOMAS, sen, Newport, Mon, Forgeman. Oct 10 at 12.30. Off Rec, 12, WHITE, ELEANOR, Cheltenham. Nov 14. Winterbothams & Gurney, Cheltenham
Tredegar pl, Newport, Mon
DAWSON, GEORGE ABNER, Calverley, nr Bradford, Milk Dealer. Oct 7 at 11. Off WILSON, WILLIAM, Abbey View Dore, Derby, Gent. Oct 21. Wightman & Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford Nicholson, Sheffield
FIELD, THOMAS MEAGHER, Worsley rd, Hampstead, Printer. Oct 8 at 11. 33,
Carey st, Lincoln's inn
Oct 10 at 3.30. Off Rec, Ogden's chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester
GADDA, ACHILLE, Oxford st, Restaurant Keeper. Oct 8 at 12. 33, Carey st, Lin
coln's inn or renting a house have the Sanitary arrangements thoroughly examined by an GETTINS, GEORGE EBENEZER, West Heath, dr Northfield, Worcestershire, Merexpert from The Sanitary Engineering & Ventilation Co., 115, Victoria-st., West chant. Oct 11 at 11. 25, Colmore row, Birmingham micster (Estab. 1875), who also undertake the Ventilation of offices, &c.—(ADVT.]
GREEN, THOMAS JOHN, Coventry, Hosier, Oct 12 at 11. Off Rec, 17, Hertford st,
35, Victoria st, Liverpool
Rec, Crypt'chmbrs, Chester
HAMMOND, SAMUEL (sep estate), Westbromwich, Brass Founder. Oct 10 at 10.30.
County Court, Oldbury
HARRIS, THOMAS, St Albans, Builder. Oct 7 at 11.30. Blagg & Edwards, SoliciRECEIVING ORDERS.
tors, St Albans, Herts ALLAN, JOHN Nixon, Scarborough, Grocer. Scarborough. Pet Sept 27. Ord
HARTSHORNE, JAMES (sep estate), Westbromwich, Staffordshire, Brass Founder. Sept 27
Oct 10 at 10.30. County Court, Oldbury ALLERTON, SAMUEL CHAMBERS, Lowestoft, Boat Builder. Gt Yarmouth. Pet
HARTSHORNE, JAMES, and SAMUEL HAMMOND, Westbromwich, Brass Founders. Sept 27. Ord Sept 27
Oct 10 at 10.30. County Court, Oldbury ANSPACH, LEOPOLD, Edmund pl, Aldersgate, Costume Manufacturer. High
HERD, GEORGE CHARLES, Tabard st, Southwark, Manager to a Provision Dealer. Court. Pet Sept 26. Ord Sept 26
Oct 7 at 1. 83, Carey st, Lincoln's inn BARNARD, LOUISA HOPKINSON, Sheffield, Confectioner. Sheffield. Pet Sept 28.
HESSE, EMIL, Kent ter, Regent's park. Oct 7 at 12. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal
st, Lincoln's inn fields PARROW, ROBERT KNAPP, Albion rd, Stoke Newington, Captain in Army. Ed
HOLEY, JOHN JARVIS, Selby, Yorks, Grocer, Oct 8 at 2. Off Rec, York monton. Pet March 23. Ord July 9
HOPPER, WILLIAM, Strood, Builder. Oct 10 at 11.30. Off Rec, High st, Rochester BAYLEY, HENRY, Margate, Draper. Canterbury. Pet Sept 28. Ord Sept 28 l'ANSON, JOHN, Liverpool, Ironmonger. Oct 11 at 3. Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, BUGDEN, FREDERICK BUGDEN, Margate, Dairyman. Canterbury. Pet Sept 27.
ICKE, THOMAS WILLIAM, Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Hotel Keeper. Oct 10 at 12. CATTERMOLE, CHARLES, Princess rd, Lambeth, Boot Dealer. High Court. Pet
Off Rec, Crypt chmbrs, Ohester Sept 27. Ord Sept 27
JACKSON, WILLIAM ASKEW, Darlington, Ale Merchant. Oct 10 at 1.30. King's CLARK, RICHARD, Settle, Yorks, Grocer. Bradford. Pet Sept 15. Ord Sept 26
Head Hotel, Darlington CLARKE, DAVID, Coventry, Cab Proprietor. Coventry. Pet Sept 27.
KING, NOAH, Blunham, Bedfordshire, Publican. Oct 12 at 12. 8, St Paul's sq, Sept 27
Bedford CLARKE, THOMAS WELSH, Whitwick, Leicester, Blacksmith. Leicester. Pet
MATTHEWS, JOHN WILLIAM, Folkestone, Painter. Oct 7 at 9.30. 47, St George's Sept 27. Ord Sept 27
st, Canterbury Cook, WILLIAM, Burdett rd, Mile End, Engineer. High Court. Pet Sept 26.
MCWALKER, WILLIAM, Durham, Draper. Oct 10 at 1. King's Head Hotel, Dar.
lington CRAWSHAW, ALBERT EDWARD, Leeds, Tobacco Dealer.
MURRAY, ALEXANDER, Newcastle on Tyne, Brick Manufacturer. Oct 12 at 11. Leeds. Pet Sept 26.
Off Rec, Pink lane, Newcastle on Tyne DAVIES, THOMAS, sen, Newport, Mon, Forgeman. Newport, Mon. Pet Sept 27.
NEIL, JOHN, Poultry, Stock Dealer. Oct 7 at 11. Bankruptcy bldgs, Lincoln's DAY, CHARLES WILLIAM, Market st, Barnsbury, Clerk. High Court. Pet Sept
NEWTON, BENJAMIN, Leeds, Greengrocer. Oct 10 at 11. Off Rec, 22, Park row,
Leeds DENCH, ALBERT, Southsea, Ironfounder. Portsmouth. Pet Sept 23.
OWEN, JOSEPH ALBERT, Haverfordwest, Butcher. Oct 8 at 11. Off Rec, 11, Quay Sept 28
Oct 10 at 12.45. EASTWOOD, JOHN, Leeds, Butcher. Leeds. Pet Sept 28. Ord Sept 28
PALEY, JOHN, Countersett, nr Hawes, Yorks, Innkeeper.
King's Head Hotel, Darlington FIELD, TOM, and ORD RICHARDSON, Gosforth, Northumberland, Builders. New PEACOCK, JOSEPH H, Salford, Innkeeper. Oct 11 at 11.30. Off Rec, Ogden's castle on Tyne, transferred from High Court. Pet Sept 1. Ord Sept 27
chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester Sept 26
Ord Sept 27
Ord Sept 26
Ord Sept 26
26. Ord Sept 26
FARRINGTON, THOMAS HENRY, Walsall, Auctioneer. Walsall. Pet Sept 29. RADFORD, WILLIAM, Weston super Mare, Carpenter. Oct 8 at 11.15. Railway
Ord Sept 29 Hotel, Weston puper Mare
HALL, HERBERT RICHARD, Faversham, out of business. Canterbury. Pet Sept RHODES, HANNAH, Dewsbury, Yorks, Widow. Oct 7 at 3. Off Rec, Bank chbrs,
29. Ord Sept 29 Batley
HARMSTON, WILLIAM BATTY, Ramsgate, Circus Proprietor. Canterbury. Pet ROBINSON, JAMES, Chorlton upon Medlock, Lancs, Tailor. Oct 11 at 12. Off Rec,
Oct 1. Ord Oct 1
Scarborough. Pet Sept 30.
HARRISON, JAMES, Filey, Yorks, Baker.
Sept 30 Louth SPURLING, HENRY, Bury St Edmunds, Traveller. Oct 8 at 12.45. Guildhall, HARVEY, GEORGE, William st, Hampstead rd, Carrier. High Court. Pet Aug
20. Ord Bept 30 Bury St Edmunds THOMAS, JOHN, Penygraig, Tailor. Oct 10 at 3. Off Rec, Merthyr Tydfil
HAYES, ALFRED, Boston, Fishmonger. Boston, Pet Sept 30. Ord Sept 30 THORNTON, THOMAS, Bradforıl, Wools ler. Oct 11 at 11. Off Rec, 31, Manor HUTCHINSON, ARTHUR, Huddersfield, Warehouseman, Huddersfiel Pet Septd.
30. Ord Bept 30 row, Bradford
JONES, RICHARD JOHN, Llanynghenedi, Anglesey, Grucer. Bangor. Pet Sept WEST, JOHN MITCHELL, Shanklin, I.W., Coal Merchant. Oct 8 at 2. Off Rec, Newport
28. Ord Sept 28 WILLIAMS, LEMUEL, Penygraig, Accountant. Oct 11 at 12. Court house, Punty
KNOWLES, MARK, Heckmondwike, Yorks, Draper. Dewsbury. Pet Sept 29.
Ord Sept 29 pridd WILSON, CHARLES, Knottingley, Yorks, Draper. Oct 7 at 11.15. Off Rec, Bond
LE BAS, CHARLES, Charterhouse sq, Aldersgate st, Gent. High Court. Pet ter, Wakefiela
Aug 11. Ord Sept 30
LLOYD, JOHN EVAN, Porth, Glam, Provision Dealer. Pontypridd. Pet Sept 15. The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the
Ord Sept 27
MILLATT, FREDERICK THOMAS, Buxton, Norfolk, Grocer. Norwich. Pet Oct 1.
Ord Oct 1 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM, Hereford, Coal Agent. Oct 7 at 2.15. 2, Offa st, Hereford
MORGAN, JOHN, Oystermouth, Glam, Corn Dealer. Swansea. Pet Sept 29. Ord
OLDIS, EDWARD CHARLES, and ALBERT JOHN OLDIS, Wilson st, Finsbury, AYRES, FRANCIS CAMPEY, Riccall, Yorks, Farmer. York. Pet Sept 24. Ord
Builders. High Court. Pet Sept 30. Ord Sept 30
PARGETER, JAMES, Clapham rd, Provision Dealer. High Court. Pet Sept 30.
Ord Nept 30
Pet Oct 1. Ord Oct 1
PERRIS, ALBERT, Birmingham, Clothier. Birmingham. Pet Sept 22. Ord Oct 1
READY, CHARLES, Sudbury, Suffolk, Grocer. Colchester. Pet Oct 1. Ord Oct 1 BOWLES, WILLIAM, address unknown, Gent. High Court. Pet July 29. Ord ROLFE, JAMES, Sheffield, Beerhouse Keeper. Sheffield. Pet Sept 30. Ord Sept 30 Sept 26
SANDERS, BENJAMIN, Upton on Severn, Worcestersbire, out of business. BROMLEY, ROBERT BELL, Goole, Yorks, Gent. Wakefield. Pet Aug 18. Ord
Worcester. Pet Oct 1. Ord Oct 1 Sept 24
SHELLABEAR, WALTER HENRY, Bristol, Commercial Traveller. Bristol. Pet BROWN, CHARLES THOMPSON, South Shields, Auctioneer. Newcastle on Tyne.
Oot 1. Ord Oct 1
SHOULER, JOHN BROWN, Melton Mowbray, Auctioneer. Leicester. Pet Oct 1.
Ord Oct 1
SKINNER, HARRY BATELY, Burlingham St Edmund, Norfolk, Farmer. Norwich.
Pet Sept 30. Ord Sept 30
STEPHENSON, FREDERICK GEORGE, Nottingham, Grocer. Nottingham. Pet
Sept 23. Ord Oct 1
STONE, JACOB, Leeds, Boot Dealer. Leeds. Pet Oct 1. Ord Oct 1
WARD, JOHN, Forncett St Peter, Norfolk, Farmer. Norwich. Pet Oct 1. Ord
WILL, GEORGE, Bristol, Restaurant Manager. Bristol. Pet Oct 1. Ord Oct 1
WILLIAMS, TREVOR LEWIS, Lllanllyfni, Carnarvon, Quarryman. Bangor. Pet DODD, WILLIAM ANDREW, Chester, Mason, Chester. Pet Sept 15. Ord Sept 27
Sept 29. Ord Sept 29 EASTWOOV, JOHN, Leeds, Butcher. Leeds. Pet Sept 28. Ord Sept 28
WRIGHT, HENRY, Southampton, Lead Merchant. Southampton. Pet Sept 29.
Ord Sept 29
Sept 14. Ord Oct 1
The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of July 15.
July 11, Ord July 11
ALLAN, JOAN Nixon, Scarborough, Grocer. Oct 12 at 11. Off Rec, 74, New.
borough st, Scarborough 1._Ord Sept 26 LOWE, THOMAS, Rotherham, Yorks, Tailor. Sheffield. Pet Sept 26. Ord Sept 26
BAYLEY, HENRY, Margate, Draper. Oct 12 at 2. 53, High st, Margate PYE, JOHN, Blackpool, Flagger. Preston. Pet Sept 26. Ord Sept 26
BEARD, HENRY, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Grocer. Oct 13 at 3.30. County
Court, Cheltenham RADFORD, WILLIAM, Weston super Mare, Carpenter. Bridgwater. Pet Sept 26.
BEARDSELL, WALTER EDWIN, Old Kent rd, Oilman. Oct 11 at 12. Bankruptcy Ord Sert 26
bldogs, Lincoln's inn RICKETT, GEORGE, Margate, Joiner. Canterbury. Pet Sept 27. Ord Sept 27 BLACK, FRANCIS DANIEL, Cheetham bill, nr Manchester, Butter Importer. Oct ROSENTHAL, EMANUEL, Birmingham, Tailor. Birmingham. Pet Sept 17. Ord BUGDEN, FREDERICK BUGDEN, Margate, Dairyman. Oct 12 at 12.30. 63, High st,
14 at 11.30. Off Rec, Ogden's chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester Sept 26 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM, Seven Sister's rd, Holloway, Butcher. High Court. Pet
Margate Sept 6. Ord Sept 26
CLAYTON, FRANKLIN, Halifax, Grocer. Oct 14 at 3.30. Off Rec, Halifax SMITH, JOHN RICHARD, Ledbury, Herefordshire, Wine Merchant. Worcester. COATES, WILLIAM, Leeds, Coal Merchant. Oct 12 at 11. Off Rec, 22 Park row, Pet Sept 8. Ord Sept 28
Leeds THORNTON, THOMAS, Bradford, Woolstapler. Bradford. Pet Sept 27.
Ord CLARK, ARTHUR THOMAS, Folkestone, Gasfitter. Oct 14 at 9.30. 47, St George's Sept 27
st, Canterbury TILLOTSON, STEPHEN AINSWORTH, Burnley, Picker Maker. Burnley. Pet Aug 2. COLLIN, GEORGE, Carlisle, Innkeeper. Oct 13 at 12. Of Rec, 34, Fisher st, CarVENVILLE, JOHN, Eastington, Gloucestershire, Farmer. Cheltenham. Pet Sept Cox, JOHN WALTER, Deptford, Builder. Oct 12 at 3. 109, Victoria st, West8. Ord Sept 26.
minster WHITAKER, THOMAS, Bolton, Apparatus Maker. Bolton. Pet Sept 24. Ord Sept 26
CRAWSHAW, ALBERT EDWARD, Leeds, Tobacco Dealer. Oct 14 at 11. Off Rec, 22, WOODCOCK, OG, Old Kent road, Grocer. High Court. Pet Aug 23. Ord Sept 28 DAY, CHARLES WILLIAM, Market st, Barnsbury, Clerk. Oct 12 at 12. 33, Carey
st, Lincoln's ion
FERRIS, RACHEL CAIRNIE, Bath, Widow. Oct 18 at 12.15. 1, Abbey st, Bath
FIELD, TOM, and ORD RICHARDSON, Gosforth, Northumberland, Builders. Oct
12 at 12. Off Rec, Pink lane, Newcastle on Tyne BARNETT, WILLIAM, Kidderminster, Shopkeeper. Kidderminster. Pet Sept 24. Ord Sept 24
GIFFORD, WILLIAM EGERTON, Fenton, Stafford, Ironmouger. Oct 13 at 2. Of BARR, WILLIAM SEYMOUR, Cardiff, Tailor. Cardiff. Pet Sept 28. Ord Sept 28 GRAHAM, GEORGE, Weelsby, nr Gt Grimsby, Smack Captain. Oct 12 at 12. Off BEAR, ALFRED JOHN, Buckingham rd, Kingsland, late Publican. Wandsworth, Pet June 16. Ord Sept 29
HALL, HERBERT RICHARD, Faversham, out of business. Oct 13 at 12. BankBICKLEY, THOMAS HENRY, Leicester, out of business. Leicester. Pet Oct 1.
ruptcy bldgs, Lincoln's inn Ord Oct 1
HAMMON, THOMAS, Brabourne, Kent, Farmer. Oct 14 at 10. 47, St George's st,
st, Scarborough Lancs, Stock Brokers. Manchester. Pet Sept 19. Ord Sept 28
HUTCHINSON, ARTHUR, Huddersfield, Warehouseman. Oct 14 at 3. Haigh & BOWMAN, HENRY CROWTHER, Manchester, Stock Broker. Manchester. Pet
Son, solors, New st, Huddersfield
JAMES, John, and THOMAS JAMES, Nanthir Garw Valley, Glamorgan, Builders.
Oct 11 at 12. Off Rec, 3, Crockherbtown, Cardiff monton, Pet Oct 1. Ord Oct 1 CHAMBERLAIN, RANDOLPH TANKERVILLE, Buckley rd, Streatham, Solicitor.
LINGARD, WILLIAM, and JOSEPH BROOKE, Leeds, Dyers. Oct 12 at 12. Off Rec, Wandsworth, Oet Sept 1. Ord Sept 29
22, Park row, Leeds CHAPMAN, RICHARD JOHN, Stratford, Essex, Contractor. High Court.
LOWE, THOMAS, Rotnerham, Yorks, Tailor. Oct 13 at 3. Off Rec, Figtree lave, Sept 19. Ord Sept 29
Pet OLARK, ARTHUR THOMAS, Folkestone, Gasfitter. Canterbury. Pet Sept 20. Ord
MACKENZIE, JOSEPH ANTHONY, and THOMAS SLAID OGILVY, Bristol, Pianoforte Sept 29
Makers. Oct 18 at 3.30. Off Rec, Bank chbrs, Bristol CLAYTON, FRANKLIN, Halifax, Grocer. Halifax. Pet Sept 29. Ord Sept 29
MORGAN, JOHN, Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Corn Dealer. Oct 13 at 11. Off Rec,
6, Rutland Bt, Swansea COLLIN, GEORGE, Carlisle, Innkeeper. Carlisle. Pet Sept 80. Ord Sept 80 DYSON, EDWARD RICHARD, James st, Oxford st, Draper. High Court. Pet Sept PARKER, Wn?s.inm, Ropüley, nr Grantham, Builder. Oct 11 at 12. Old Angel
OKELY, CHALES. Beresford st, Walworth, Tobacconist. Oct 13 at 11. 83, Carey st, 29. Ord Oct 1
BLACK, FRANCIS DANIEL, Oheetham hill, or Manchester, Butter Importer. Halleiter Purs. Filey, Yorks, Baker. Oct 12 at 12. Of Rec, 74, Newborougla
PYE, JOHN, Blackpool, Flagger. Oct 12 at 2 30. County and Lane Ends Hote', HARMSTON, WILLIAM BATTY, Ramsgate, Circus Proprietor. Canterbury. Pet
Sept 30. Ord Oct 1
HAYES, ALFRED, Boston, Lincs, Fishmonger. Boston. Pet Sept 30. Ord RILEY, THOMAS WILKINSON, Padiham, Lancashire, Printer. Oct 11 at 3. Ex
Sept 30 change Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley
HOLYLAND, JOHN TOM, Leicester, Hosiery Dealer. Leicester. Pet Sept 13. Ord ROBERTS, ÜHARLESAbergavenny, Mon, Watchmaker. Oct 12 at 3. Off Rec, HOPKINS, WILLIAM. Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, Butcher. Luton. Pet ROBINS, FRANCIS, Maddox st, Bond st, Court Milliner. Oct 12 at 11. 33, Carey st, IRESON, DANIEL, Waterloo, Northampton, Builder. Northampton, Pet Aug 22.
Lincoln's inn SANDERS, BENJAMIN, Upton on Severn, Worcestershire, out of business. Oct 15 JONES, CHARLES, Rhyl, Commission Agent. Bangor. Pet Sept 27. Ord Sept 28
Ord Sept 28 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM, Seven Sisters' rd, Holloway, Butcher. Oct 11 at 11. 35, JONES. RICHARD JOHN, Llanynghenedl, Anglesey, Grocer. Bangor. Pet Sept Carey st, Lincoln's inn
28. Ord Sept 28 TRANTER, THOMAS, Hereford, Gardener. Oot 14 at 10. 2, Offa st, Hereford KNOWLES, MARK, Heckmondwike, Yorks, Draper. Dewsbury. Pet Sept 29. WARD, ISAAC JAMES, Cranbourne st, Leicester sq, Picture Dealer. Oct 12 at 12.
Ord Sept 29 Bankruptcy bldgs, Lincoln's inn
LAWRENCE. J. W., Maida Vale, Lieutenant Colonel. High Court. Pet July 28. WELLS, STANDISH GRADY, Swansea, Innkeeper. Oct 12 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rut- LLOYD. JOHN EVAN, Porth, Glamoganshire, Provision Dealer. Pontypridd.
Ord Sept 29 land st, Swansea WIGHTMAN, JOHN WILLIAM, Cambridge st, Pimlico, no occupation. Oct 18 at 11.
Pet Sept 15. Ord Sept 20 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn
LYLE, SAMUEL, Barnstaple, Tailor. Barnstaple. Pet Aug 12. Ord Oct 1 WILLICOMBE, ALFRED, John st, Adelphi, Colliery Agent. Oct 13 at 12. 33, MATCRAM, THOMAS, Balham ter, High rd, Balham, Grocer. Wandsworth. Pet Carey st, Lincoln's inn
Sept 8. Ord Sept 29 WINTER, CHARLOTTE, Sevenoaks, Saddler. Oct 12 at 12. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's MILLATT, FREDERICK THOMAS, Buxton, Norfolk, Grocer. Norwich. Pet Oct 1. inn
Ord Oct 1
Sept 29. Ord Sept 29
NAYLOR, GEORGE, Leeds, Clerk. Leeds. Pet Sept 29. Ord Sept 29
OLDIS, EDWARD CHARLES, and ALBERT JOHN OLDIS, Wilson st, Finebury, BARNETT, WILLIAM, Kidderminster, Shopkeeper. Kidderminster. Pet Sept 24. PITT, CHARLES, Bournemouth, Tronmonger. Poole. Pet Sept 12. Ord Sept 80
Builders. High Court. Pet Sept 30. Ord Oct 1 Ord Sept 24 BARR, WILLIAM SEYMOUR, Cardiff, Tailor. Cardiff. Pet Sept 28. Ord Sept 28 PHILLIPS, SIDNEY HEATH, Plymouth, Solicitor. East Stonehouse. Pet July 22.
Ord Sept 7 BAYLEY, HENRY, Margate, Draper. Canterbury. Pet Sept 28. Ord Sept 28
PRATT, GEORGE, Norwich, Shoe Manufacturer. Norwich. Pet Sept 5. Ord BEARD, GEORGE WILLIAM, Bournemouth, out of business. Poole. Pet Sept 13. Sept 29 Ord Sept 30
RAYNHAM, FREDERICK, Forest Hill, Kent, Builder. Greenwich. Pet Aug 16. Ord BISHOP, GEORGE, and HORATIO WHITE, Boscombe, nr Bournemouth, Builders.
Sept 30 Poole. Pet Sept 14. Ord Sept 30
ROBINS, FRANCIS, Maddox st, Bond st, Court Milliner. High Court. Pet July 12. BLACK, FRANCIS DANIEL. Cheetham Hill, nr Manchester, Butter Importer. Ord Sept 29 Manchester. Pet Sept 29. Ord Sept 29
SARSONS, JABEZ, Birmingham, Baker. Birmingham. Pet Sept 6. Ord Sept 29 BROWN, FRANCIS JULIUS, Leamington, Lodging house keeper. Warwick. Pet SPINK, SUSAN EMMA, Howden, Yorks, Schoolmistress. Kingston upon Hull. ¡Pet Sept 19. Ord Sept 28
Aug 16. Ord Sept 29
Ord Sept 28
Pet Oct 1. Ord Oct 1
WILSON, GEORGE, address unknown, Provision Dealer. High Court. Pet Aug 4. 23. Ord Sept 30
Ord Sept 29
Sept 27 Ord Sept 29
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
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GODDARD.-Sept. 26, the wife of Charles Goddard, of Gray's-inn, of a son. Nept 29
OSMASTON.-Oct. 4, at Church-row, Hampstead, N.W., the wife of F. P. B. CLARK, RICHARD, Settle, Yorks, Grocer. Bradford. Pet Sept 14. Ord Sept 30
Osmaaston, barrister-at-law, of a daughter.
MARRIAGES. CLARKE, DAVID, Coventry, Cab Proprietor. Coventry. Pet Sept 27. Ord Sept 29 EKING-ELSEY.-Sept. 29, at St. Martin's (Trafalgar-square), William George CLAYTON, FBANKLIN, Halifax, Grocer. Halifax Pet Sept 29. Ord Sept 30
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DEATHS. Sept 26. Ord Sept 28
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