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Hughes, William Henry, St Dogmells, Pembroke, Farmer. Nor at 12 To'eman, Richard James, and Arthur Sansom England, Bristol,

at offices of Morgan and Richardson, Chancery lane, Cardigan. Bonded Store Dealers. Nov 8 at 11 at the Athenaeum, Cord st, Griffiths, Carmartben

Bristol. Bedell, Bristol Hont, Martin, Ouseburn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grocer. Nov 5 at 1 at Trower, Josiah Sharpe, Horncastle, Lincoln, Confectioner. Nov 5 at offices of Benning, Colingwood st, Newe astle-upon-Tyne

3 at offices of Olitherow and Elsey, Lindsey court, Horncastle Jennings, George, Chasetown, Lichfield, Butcher. Nov 6 at 3 at offices Turner, Heaswell Joseph, Praed st, Paddington, Dealer in China. Nov of Sheldon, High st, Wednesbury

8 at 12 at the Inns of Court Hotel, Lincoln's inn fields. Foster, Jones, Morris, Pwllheli, Carnarvon, Cosch Proprietor. Nov 6 at 2 at Birchin lane Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon. Owen, Pwllheli

Valentine, Lorenzo, Melton Mowbray, Leicester, Organ Builder. Nov Karney, David, Walsall, Clothier. Nog 5 at 11 at offices of East, 10 at 4 at offices of kuddle, High Holborn Temple st, Birmingham

Waddington, Christopher, Kiidwic, nr Leeda, Grocer. Nov 5 at 3.30 Kilborn, Charles, Market Harborough, Ironmonger. Nov 7 at 3 at at Pickle's Temperance Hotel, Cavendish st, Keighley. Peel and offices of Wright and Hincks, Belvoir st, Leicester

Gaunt, Bradford Knibb, Joseph Šalathiel, Northampton, Boot Manufacturer. Nor 6 at Wagsiaffe, Thomas Henry, Great Grimsby, Surgeon. Nov 6 at 3 at 3 at offices of Berke, Dern gate, Northampton

offices of Durance, Mint lane, Lincoln Knight, Richard Hartley, Metropolitan Meat Market, West Smithfield. Walker, George, Alkborough, Liacoln, Farmer. Nov 4 at 12 at offices Rutcher, Nov 3 at 2 at offices of Philby, Fenchurch bldgs

of Mends and Penny, Parliament st, Kingston-upon-Hull Lazarus, Solomon, Oxf rd st, Furniture Dealer. Nov 6 at 3 at 145, Wall, John, Tipton, Stafford, no occupation. Nor 5 at 3 at offices of Cheapside. Haigh and Agar, Gresham st

Stokes and Harper, Priory st, Dudley Lees, Henry, Lancaster, Surveyor. Nov 6 at 3 at County Court Offices Ward, Jacob, Eaton, Chester, Innkeeper. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of Winckley st, Presten. Edelston, Preston

Cobbett and Co, Brown st, Manchester Lewin, Wo fe, Leed", Dealer in Works of Art. Nov 7 at 12 at offices of Ward, William, Nottingham, Coal Merchant. Nov 7 at 12 at offices of Bond and Barwick, Albion pl, L-eds

Stevenson, Weakd'y cross, Nottingham Lewis, Thomas Heniy, Nap:on-on-the-Hill, Warwick, Farmer. Nov 10 Wardrop, Thomas, Harcourt rd, Svatb Penge park, Verchant. Nov 6 at ll at offices of Welchman, Southam

at 3 at offices of Kerly, Great Winchester et Little, Robert, Hesket New Market, Cumberland, Innkeeper. Nov 5 at Warren, Henry Edward, Little Hormead, Hertford, Farmer. Nov 6 & 12 at offices of Mounsey, Castle st, Carlisle

12 at offices of Baker and Thorneycroft, Bishop Stortford Long, Charles Albert, Albert st, Regent's park, Optician's Assistant, Wheatley, Sarah, Bishop Auckland, Wine and Spirit D:aler. Nov 5 at

Nev6 at 1 at Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn. Powell, Old Bur. 12 at offices of Maw, jun, Bishop Auckland lington st

Wheatley, William Henry, Sheepy Magna, Leicester, Blacksmith. Nov Longstaff, John, York, Upholsterer. Nov 6 at 10 at offices of Crombie, 11 at il at offices of Shaw, Church st, Tamworth Stopegate, York

Widgery, William, Bishopston, Gloucester, Co omission Agent. Nov 5 Lore, Henry.jon, Sandown, Isle of Wight, Butcher. Nov 5 al 3 at

at 2 at offices of Sibly, Exchange West, Bristol Warburton's Hotel, Newport. Pittis

Wignall, Abraham, Bradford, York, Grocer. Nov 5 at 10 at offices of Macgregor, George, Gold-mith's row, Hackney rd, Hosier. Nov 13 at

Peel and Gaunt, Chapel lane, Bradford

Williams, William Jone, Lambourne, Berks, Farmer. Nov 10 at 12 at 2 at offices of Coats, Basinghall st. Few, Borough High st Yarline, Hagh, Workington, Shoemaker. Nov 10 at ll at ofices of

Chequers Hot-1, Newbury. Orchard, John st, Bedfori row

Wills, George, High st, Marylebone, Stay Maker. Nuv 3 at 11 at offices Whitelock. Bridge st. Workington

of Marchant and Co, Ludgate hiil. Stan niland, Lidgate bill Malin on, William, Leeds, Provision Dealer. Nov 4 at 4 at offices of Tarner and Hewson, Purk eq, Leeds

Wright, Joseph, Bradford, York, out of business. Nov 6 at 3 at 16

Kirkgate, Bradford McCallum, John, Caldewgate, Carlisle, Joiner. Nov 6 at 3 at offices of

Yeo, Willian Cooke, Glenville, Coatham, York, Bullder. Nov 6 at 3 at Cartmell, Castle st, Carlisle

Kog's Head, Darlington. Dobbs and Co, Stockton-on-Tees Metcalfe, James, Bainbridge, York, Shoemaker. Nov 12 at 12 at offices

Young, Jobn Andrew, Barrow-in-Farness, Licensed Victa-ller. Nov of Teale, Leyburn, York Middletop, Edwin, Horsforth, nr Leeds, Engineer. Nov 4 at 11 at

1 at 11 at Temperance Hall, Ulverston. Bradshaw, Barrow-in

Furness offices of Clough, Booth st, Bradford Miles, William Charles. Shoreditch High st, Lamp Manufacturer. Nov

TUESDAY, Oct. 28, 1879. 14 at 2 at offices of Dieby and Liddle, Cireus pl, Finsbury circus

Ashmore, Harriott, Birmingham, Milliner. Nov 11 at 12 at offices of Miller, Mary Bridget, Yeovil, Wholesale Grocer. Nov 8 at 10.30 at

King. Temple st, Birmingham Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Watt, Yeovil

Aspin, John Stewart, Ramsbottom, Lancaster, Draper. Nov 11 a: 12 at Minns, Alfred Francis, Chard, Somerset, Builder. Nov 6 at il at

Mitre flotel, Church Gates, Manchester. Phillips, Bacap offices of Reed and Cook, Paul st, Taunton

Bates, Isaac, Bridge, Kent, Commission Agent, Nov 13 at 3 at Saracens Masa, Thomas, Roncorn, Chester, Groeer. Nov 5 at 2 at offices of

Head Hotel, Ashford, Hallett and Co, Ashford
Linaker and Hitchin, Bank chambers, Roncorn
Musker, George, Liverpool, Nantical Instrument Maker. Nov 10 at 2

Beament, Charles, Church Oakley, Southampton, Farmer. Nov 15 at

1.30 at offices of Adams and Co, Jewry st, Winchester bat offices of Gibson and Co, South John st, Liverpool. Bartley, Liver

Bell, Matthew, Deiglton, York, Farmer. Nov 10 at 11 at offices of pool

Mann and Son, New st, York Newton, John Gobbins, Bridestowe, Devon, Gent. Nov 6 at 12 at offices Berenburg, Julius, Suffolk lane, Wine Merchant. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of Bridgman, Chorch lane, Tavistock

of Fincb, Borough High st, Southwark Nield, John, Rochdale, General Undertaker. Nov 7 at 3 at White Blakeley, Colbeck, Batley, York, Rag Merchant. Nov 18 at 11 at Swan Inn, Rochdale. Heap, Rochdale

Wilton Arms Ion, Commercial st, Batley. Parker, Batley Nimmo, John, Melton Mowbray, Draper. Nov 7 at 12.30 at Wellington Boagey, Mary Elizabeth. Hartlepool, Durham, Milliger. Nov 18 at 2 Hotel, High st, Manchester. Baker, Walsall

at offices of Bell, Ohnrch st, West Hartlepool Pa!ten, John, Bridgnorth, Salor, Coal Merchant. Nov 7 at 12 at offices Bond, John, Waltham, Lincola, Grocer. Nov 14 at ll at offices of of Baekhoase. Whitburn st, Bridgnorth

Grange and Wintringham, St Mary's chambərs, West St Mary's gate, Parry, John, Newton, Chester, Cowkeeper. Nov 11 at 3 at offices of Gt Grimsby

Bridgman and Cn, Westminster buildings, Newgate st, Chester Bowcott, Henry, Wednesbury, Staffyril, Printer. Nov 8 at 11 at offices Parrods, Wiliam. jan, Halesowen, Worcester, Fruiterer. Nov 4 at 11 of Slater and Marshall, Butcroft, Darlaston at offices of Addisn, High st, Brierley hill

Boyce, Robert, Norton, York, Farmer. Nov 7 at 11 at offices of Wright, Rands, Robert, Tealby, Lincola, Farmer, Nov 1 at 11 at offices of Abbey pl, Selby Chambers, Market Rasen

Bradbury, William, Pollington, York, Farmer. Nov 11 at 12 at Bell Richardson, John, Ipswich, out of bnsiness. Nov 7 at 11 at offices of

and Crown Inn, Snaith. Mander and Son, Warefied U 11s, Elm si, Ipswich

Brown, Benj m'n, Beccles, Suffolk, Saddler. Nur 14 at 12 at offices of Richardson, Joseph, Wigton, Camberland, Ironmonger. Nov 6 at 12 at offices of Benson. W-st st, Wigton

Blake, Hall Quay chambers, Great Yarmouts. Palmer, Great Yar

month Biley, William, Springfield Mill, wham, Lancaster, Manufacturer. Nov 13 at 2 at offices of Rylance, Essex st, Marchester

Bullock, Frederic, London st, Paddington, Wine Merchant. Nov 12 at Rogers, Henry, Kingston-upon-Hull, sai maker. Nov 5 at 3 at offices

2 at offices of Harvey, Basinghall st. Grain and Nazer, Castle st, of Singleton and Martinson, Exchange buildings, Bowlally lane, Bulmer, Ralph, Claypath, Durham, Ironmonger. Nov 11 a: 11 at

Holborn Kingston upon-Hull

offices of Marshall and Oliver, Claypath, Durham Rutherford, Francis, West Hartlepool, Durham, Glass and China Mer. chant. Nov 4 at I at Scawlin's Hotel, York. Preston, Newcastle

Burton, Leonard Beecher l'ester, Brighton, Dealer in Wines. Nov 11

at 2 at offices of Routh and Co, Southampton st, Bloomsbury. Mayupon-Tyre Ryan, William Creswick, Ebury st, Pimlico, Carver. Nov 11 at 11 at

nard, Brighton cffices of Foster, Birchin lane

Calcraft, Samuel, Halifax, Coal Merchant. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of Sarderson, Wilan, Middleghorough, Joiner. Nov 7 at 3 at offices of

Storey and Ellis, King Cross st, Halifax Bainbridge and Barnley, Albert rd, Middlesborough

Carter, Ellis John, Leicester, Milk Salesman. Nov 7 at 3 at offices of écanian, Charles, Dreylsden, Lancaster, Chemist. Nov 12 at 11 at

Smart and Jeffs, Silver st, Leicester. Buckby, Leicester the Kings's Arms Hotel, Spring gar dens, Manchester. Duckworth,

Carter, Joseph, Manchester, Wheelwright. Nov 17 at 3 at offices of Manchester

Harris, Cannon st, Manchester Sharples, Peter, Walton-le-Dale, Lancaster, Coal Dealer. Nov 6 at 11 Carter, Joseph, Gt Grimsby, Lincoln, Mineral Water Manufacturer. at ilces of County Com:, Winckley st, Preston. Whiteside, Pres.

Nov 14 at 12 at offices of range and Wintringham, St Mary's chimbrs,

West St Mary's gate, Gt Grim by Shayler, Joseph Edward, Woodstock, Oxford, Innkeeper. Nov 11 at Clark, Robert David, High sé, Camden Town, Smith and Farrier. Nov li at ott ces of Mallam, High st Oxford

6 at 10.30 at offices of Greening, Budge row, Cannon st. Swaiue, King Eheringham, William, Spitalfields Market, Fruiterer. Nov 3 at 12 at st, CL eapside

the Old Catherine Wheel Hotel, Bishopsgate st Without. Hicks, Clarke, William, Dale rd, Kentish Town, Warehouse Porter. Nov 4 at Grove rd, Victoria park

3 at offices of Marsball, Chance y lane Emali

, Jobń, and John Cowdrill, Birmingham, Bedstead Manufac Clarke, William, Rishton, Lancashire, Quarrymaster. Nov 11 at 3 at tarers. Nox 5 at 11 at offices of Luke and Sharpe, Ann st, Birming offices of Ainsworth and Son, Exchange st, Blackburn ham. James, Birmingham

Ciayton, John, Stockport, Grocer. Nov 13 at 3 at offices of Addleshaw Suso, George, Cronk. Darham, out of business. Nov 5 at 3 at offices and Warburton, Norfolk st, Manchester of Naw, jan, Bishop Arckland

Collins, Henry. Warner place, Hackney rd, Steam Siwyer. Nov 4 at Tes plercari, Joel, Hollavington, Wilts, Grocer. Nov 5 at 11 at offices 2 at offices of Biggenden, Finsbury sq bldgs. Dobson, Coborn rd, of Phillips and Son, Market pl. Chippenbam

Bow Thomas, Xary Anne, Fettswy Ceed, Carnarvon, Hotel Keeper. Nov Cooper, William, Nottingham, Beerhouse keeper. Nov 11 at 3 at the

11 at il at ih, Lay Association Rooms, Cook st, Liverpool. Jones, Assembly Rooms, Low pavement, Nottingham. Whittiogham, NotCoaway

tingham

Cohen, Nathan, Old Kent rd, Boot Manufacturer. Nov 12 at 2 at

offices of Toppin, Cloak lane, Cannon st Cunnington, Stephen, Barrow-upon-Soar, Leicester, Labourer. Nov 17

at 12 at offices of Goode and Clifford. Baxter Gate, Loughborough Danks, Williem, Netherton, Worcester, Beerhouse keeper. Nor 10 at

4 st offices of Warmington, Castle st, Dudley Daibyshire, Matthias, Salford, Lancashire, Brass Founder. Nov 20 at

3 at 35, Cannon st, Manchester. Harris, Manchester Downs, Daniel, Toppesfield, Essex, Farmer. Nov 11 at 11 at the

George Hotel, Halstead. Holmes, Bocking Fenn, Henry, George court, Strand, Builder. Nov 12 at 12 at offices of

Norman, John st, Adelphi Fromm, Samuel, Great Tower st, Licensed Victualler. Nov 6 at 2 at

the Cannon st Hotel, Cannon st. Stanley, Austin Friars Garrard, Charles Riley, High 8t, Uxbridge, Bicycle Manufacturer.

Nov 12 at 2 at the Chequers Hotel, Uxbridge. Bird, Uxbridge George, Harry Bruce, Sandown, Isle of Wight, Photographer. Nov 11

at 11 at offices of Edmonds and Co, Holyrood st, Newport. Beckin

sale, Newport Gibson, Joshua, Brey, Berks, Baker. Nov 11 at 3 at offices of Jones,

Park st, Maidenhead Godfrey, George, Ipswich, Fruiterer. Nov 8 at 12 at Pearce's Rooms,

Princes st, Ipswich. Hill, Ipswich Goodwin, Samuel, Hogsthorpe, Lincoln, Farmer. Nov 6 at 3.30 at

offices of Walker and Co, Spilsby Gongh, William, Wolverhampton, File Manufacturer. Nov 10 at 11

at offices of Rudland, Queen st, Wolverhampton Gray, James, Manchester, Boot Dealer. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of

Heath and Sops, Swan st, Manchester Gresty, William, Nantwich, Cheshire, Grocer. Nov 10 at 3 at offices

of Roberts, Welch row, Nantwich Griffiths, Eli, Glcucester, out of business. Nov 11 at 12 at offices of

York, Berkeley st, Gloucester Hall, Samuel, Beaconsfield, Buckingham, Farmer. Nov 15 at 3 at the

Swan Hotel, Beaconsfield. Rawson, Great Marlow Hammond, William Bailey, Bedfordbury, Covent Garden, Butcher.

Nov 12 at 3 at offices of Vanderpump, Gray's ion sq Hannan, Benjamin. Bolton, Lancashire, Draper. Nor ll at ll at the

Wellington Hotel, High St, Manchester. Rutter and Fingey,

Bolton Hanson, Joho, Barmbrough, York, Blacksmith. Nov 15 at 2 at offices

of Gill and Hall, French gate, Doncaster Hart, Charles, Bassingham, Lincoln, Tailor. Nov 12 at 11 at offices of

Page, juo, Flaxen gate, Lincoln Hewer, John, Chatham st, Walworth, Cab Proprietor. Nov 15 at 3 at

offices of Ody, Blackman st, Southwark Hidveghy. Laszlo, Stratford, Essex, Fire Light Manufacturer. Nov 11

at 4 at offices of Chandler, Bishopsgate st Holland, George, George court, Strand, Licensed Victualler. Nov 11

at 12 at Haxell's Royal Exeter Hotel, Strand. Norman, Johnst,

Adelphi Howard, James William, Lower Thames st, Fish Salesman. Nov 10 at

12 at offices of Chandler and Co, Colemun st. Scott, Gresham build

ings, Basinghall st Howard, Thomas, Piccadilly, Manufacturer. Nov 14 at 2 at offices of

Tilley and Soames, Finsbury place, South Hughes, Ellen, Minera, Denbigb, Grocer. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of

Morris, the Priory, Priory st, Wrexham Hunter, William James, Kentish Town rd, Linen Draper. Nov 11 at 8

at offices of Hooper, Finsbury pavement Huntington, Thomas, Rock Ferry, Cheshire, Corn Broker. N 10 at

2 at offices of Thompson and Simm, Hamilton sq, Birkenhead.

Francis, Birkenhead Ipman, Edward, and Alfred Inman, Sale, Chester, Gardon House

Builders. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of Ritson and Grundy, Princess st,

Manchester Irish, Henry, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Smack Owaer. Nov 13 at 12 at offees

of seago, High st, Lowestoft Jee, William Taylor, Leicester, Builder. Nov 14 at 3 at offices of

Buckby, Pocklington's walk, Leicester Jones, David, Tyntıla Ystrad, Rhondda, Glamorgan, Relieving Officer.

Nov 8 at 3 at offices of Tribe and Co, Crockherbtown, Cardiff.

Morgan, Ponlypridd Jones, Henry Owen, Bryncastell Llanddona, Anglesey, Farmer. Nov 13

at 3.15 at Railway Hotel, Bangor. Dew, Llandudno Kirtley, George, and Robert Kirtley, West Hartlepool, Durbum,

Plumbers. Nov 18 at 3 at offices of Bell, Church st, West Hartlepool Knowlson, Charles Tomlinson, Drighlington, near Leads, Ooal Dealer.

Nor7 at 3 at offices of Browning, Queensgate, Bradford Langton, Joseph, Ball's Pond rd, Clothier. Nov 12 at 3 at offices of

Heathfield and Son, Lincoln's inn flelds Leech, William Henry, Longton, Stafford, Baker. Nov 6 at 11 at offices

of Young, High st, Longton Lott, Thomas, Green st, Beth Dal Green, Upholsterer. Nov 12 at 2 at

offices of Brighten and Co, Bishopgate st without Lowersby, John, Abingdon, Berks, Linen Draper. Nov 10 at 12 at offices

of Chatterley, Queen st Machin, John, Longton, Stafford, Butcher. Nov 6 at 11.30 at offices of

Stevenson, Cheapside, Hanley Machon, Caspar Joachim Wilhelm, Silchester rd, Notting hill, Pro

vision Dealer. Nov 13 at 3 at offices of Swaine, King st, Cheapside Meaby, William, Boscombe, Hants, Dairyman. Nov 18 at 1 at Plame

of Feathers In n, Salisbury. Sharp, Christchurch, Hants Mellin, Samuel Peploe, Neath, Glamorgan, Painter. Nov 6 at 11 at

cffices of Davies, Alma pl, Neath Mendham, John Haddock, Shipdham, Norfolk, Blacksmith. Nov 10 at

2 at offices of Grigson and Robinson, Watton Moore, Joseph, Halifax, Engineer's Tool Maker. Nov 12 at 11 at offices

of Walshaw, Crown et chmbrs, Halifax Manyard, Arthur, Greenwich, Baker. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of Champion

and Co, Ironmonger lane, Cheapside Murray, Thomas Fullarion, Melling, near Liverpool, Brick Maker. Nov

13 at 12 at Royal Oak Hotel, Welchpool. Harvey and Co, Liverpool Mustill, Joseph, Earith, Huntingdon, Farmer, Nov 10 at 11 at offices

of Wallingford and Co, St Ives

Myers, Rosetta, Wigmore st, Cavendish sq, Trunk Manufacturer. Nov

18 at 3 at offices of Harcourt, Moorgate st Naylor, Richard Armitage, Bowling, York, Fruiterer. Nov 10 at 11 at

offices of Haigh, Darley st, Bradford Noal, George, Binbrook, Lincoln, Grocer. Nov 10 at 12 at offices of

Falkner and Owen, Louth Norris, John, and Arthur King, Winchester, Hair Dressers. Nov 14 at

2 at offices of Adams and Co, Jewry st, Winchester Ogden, Henry, Chester, Ladies' Outfitter. Nov 7 at 3 at offices of Ellis,

The Fastgate, Eastgate st
Older, Ta, mas, Brommell's rd, Clapham, Cheesemonger. Nor 10 at 2

at offices of Aird, Eastcheap
Oyler, Henry, Danes pl, North Bow, Carman. Nov 1 at 10.30

49, Bromley rd, Commercial id East. Hicks, Victeria pk rd Parsons, George, Chepstow place, Westbourne grove, Wine and Spirit

Merchant. Nov 13 at 2 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Tyrrell,

Raymond's bldgs, Gray's inn Pattinson, George, Hensingham, Cumberland, Innkeeper. Nov 10 at 3

at offices of McKelvie, Sandhills lane, Whitehaven Payne, William, jun, Mioster, Kent, Dealer. Nov 11 at 11 at offices of

Stallon. Edward st, Mile Town, Sheerness Pepper, William, Dovercourt, Essex, Boot Maker. Nov 10 at 12 at

offices of Block, Westgate st, Ipswich Phillips, William Meredith, Pembridge, Hereford, Butcher. Nor 10 at

2 at offices of Andrews, Corn sq, Leominster Pougher, Abraham, and Samuel Iliffe, Leicester, Boot Manufacturers.

Nov 12 at 12 at offices of Harvey, Selborne buildings, Millstone lane,
Leicester
Poulter, Arthor Joseph, Wolverhampton, Draper. Nov 8 at 1 at the

Royal Hotel, Mosley st, Manchester. Riley, Wolverhampton
Reavill, John, Woodborough, Nottingham, Farmer. Nor 10 at 19 at

offices of Williams, jun, Clinton st, Nottingham Redhouse, Robert Franklyn, Leicester, Hairdresser. Nor 10 at 12

at offices of Barvey, Selborne buildings, Millstone lane,

Leicester Riley, Abraham, Leeds, Rag and Bone Merchant. Nov 10 at 3 at

the Law Institution, Albion place, Leeds. Teale and Appleton Rogers, William, Vorley rd, Upper Holloway, Grocer. Nov 6 at 3 at

33, High st, Kingsland. Fenton Ross, William, Nottingham, Draper. Nov 12 at 12 at offices of Black,

Low pavement, Nottingham Sankey, John, Walton-le-Dalo, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Nov 13 at 3 at

the County Court, Winckley st, Preston. Whiteside, Preston Saplain, John, Sorter's yard, Homerton, Dealer in Preserved Meats.

Nov 5 at 4 at offices of Shiers, Burleigh st, Strand Sayer, Robert, Ipswich, Bricklayer. Nov 10 at 11 at offices of Mills,

Elm st, Ipswich Sheppard, Samuel, Cheetham, Manchester, Salesman. Nov 17 at 3 at

offices of Rylance, Essex st, Manchester Simpson, Henry, Brampton, nr Chesterfield, Market Gardener, Nov

11 at 11 at the Angel Hotel, Market pl, Chesterfield. Badgers and

Co, Rotherham Smith, Charles James, Stroud, Gloucester, Innkeeper. Nov 7 at 12.15

at the George Hot-1, Stroud. Taynton and Sons, Gloucester Smith, Frederick Henry, and Thomas John Goddard, Mile End rd,

Wholesale Confectioners. Nov 8 at 3 at offices of Ody, Blackman st,

Southwark Smith, Joseph, Winkburn, Nottingham, Farmer. Nov 13 at 3 at

offices of Pratt and Hodgkinsons, North gate, Newark-upon

Trent Smith, Samuel, Somerton, Oxford, Farmer. Nov 18 at 3 at the Uni

corn Hotel, Deddington. Kinch, Deddington Snelson, William, Crewe, Chester, Greengrocer. Nov 7 at 2 at offices

of Warburton, Nantwich rd, Crewe Staley. Samuel, Burs lem, Beerseller. Nov 8 at 11 at ofices of Ellis,

Market pl, Burslem Stedınan, Thomas Nathaniel, 8t Leonard's-on-Sea, Hotel Proprietor.

Nov 12 at 3 at offices of Morten and Cutler, Newgate st Sykes, Samuel, Redcar, York, Painter. Nov ll at 12 at tko Weling

ton Hotel, Albert rd, Middlesborough. Collier, Lofthouse-in-Clere

land Thornton, Mortimer, Bradford, Joiner. Nov 10 at 11 at offices of

Singleton, New Booth st, Brad tord Tonge, Joseph, Bolton, Milliner. Nov 11 at 3 at offices of Whitt ing

ham, Exchange st, Mawdsley st, Bolton Towler, Reuben, Leeds, Estate Agent. Nov 7 at 1 at offices of Rooke

and Midgley, White Horse yard, Boar lane, Leeds Treleaven, Michael Vyne, Plymouth, Builder. Nov 12 at 2 at offices of

Square, George st, Plymouth Trodd, Thomas, East Greenwich, Kent, Grocer. Nov 17 at 2 at the

Creditor's Association, Arthur st East. May and Co, Adela ide place,

London Bridge Tunstall, Alfred Walter, Handford, near Stoke-upon-Trent, Coal Mer

chant. Nov 6 at 11 at offices of Ashwell, Glebe buildings, Stokeupon-Trent Turton, Frank, Sheffield, out of business. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of

Broomhead and Co, Bank chambers, George st, Sheffield Vale, Alfred, Bloxwich, Stafford, Grocer. Nov 8 at 12 at offices of

Stratton, Queen st, Wolverhainpton Vallender, Jean nette, Albang st, Regent's park, out of business. Nor

13 at 12 at the Star Hotel, Lewes. Mander, New 89. Lincoln's inn Venning, John, North Petherwin, Levin, Farmer. Nov 7 at 12 at the

King's Arms Inn, Launceston, Brial, Plymouth
Walsh, John, Baildon, York, Plasterer. Nov 8 at 11 at offices of

Billinton, Bond place, Le ds
Ward, George, Church, Lancashire, Boat Builder. Nov 10 at 3 at the
Derby Hotel, St James's st, Accrington. Forshaw and Parker,

Preston
Watkins, Charles, Hereford, Builder. Nov 11 at 10.30 &t offices of Gar-

rold, Widemarsh st, Hereford Watson, Frederick, Beckford, Gloucester, Farmer. Nov 8 at 10 at

offices of Smith, Corn Excbange, Cheltenham Watson, Jarvis, Sheffield, Boot Dealer. Nov 7 at 3 at offices of Clegg

and Sons, Victoria chambers, Fig tree lane, Sheffield Watson, Matthew, Darlington, Durham, Tailor. Nov 8 at 10 at onces

of Barron, High row, Darlington Watts, William,

Cardiff, Boot Maker, Nov 7 at 12 at ofices of Wir liams and Williams, Church st, Cardiff. Jacob, Cardiff

West, Thomas, Paddington st, Marylebone, Greengrocer. Nov 18 at 3 I AW EXAMINATIONS.-Mr. ALBERT ST. PAUD at offices of Cooper, Portman st, Portman 99

U (M.A.Oxon), Solicitor, prepares gentlemen for their Preliminary, Wilkioson, Walter Kirby, Hilderthorpe, York, Twine Manufacturer.

Intermediate, and Final Examinations, either privately, or in class. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of Wray, Market place, Bridlington

Resident pupils received.-Address, 11, Staple-inn, London, W.O. Wilke, George, Myddleton place, Clerkenwell, Watch Case Springer. Nov 17 at 2 at offices of Buchanan and Rogers, Basinghall st

THE FINAL and INTERMEDIATE EXAMINAWood, John, Qaeen's crescent, Haverstock hili, China Dealer. Nov 10 at 4 at offices of Paterson and Co, Bouverie st, Fleet st

TIONS.-A Barrister, who has had much successful experience. Wond, Mark, Badsworth, York, Farmer. Nov 11 at 2 at the Elephant in preparing Candidates for the above, is forming Classes for the next Hotel, Pontetract. Foster and Raper, Pontefract

Hilary Examination, or will prepare Candidates separately.-Apply to Wood, Richard, Ombersley, Worcester, Farmer. Nov 10 at 3 at ofllces H., care of Housekeeper, 60, Chancery-lane, or by letter.

of Ivens and Morton, Bank buildings, Kidderminster Wood, Samuel, Tadcaster, York, Grocer. Nov 7 at 2 at offees of

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FORMERLY THERE WERE CERTAIN PLACES in the neighbourhood of Lincoln's-inn where late in the afternoon a small crowd of solicitors' and barristers' clerks might be seen collected round the notice-boards containing the cause-lists of the several courts for the following day! But since last April these lists have only been placed on the doors of the several courts. It will be convenient to the profession to know that in future the commonlaw cause papers will be posted up in the porch under the tower at the south front of the Royal Courts of Justice; and that the Chancery cause papers will be found in the corridor at the Carey-street entrance of the building (which remains open till six p.m.), and also outside the cause-book room on the court floor.

CONTENTS.

CURRENT Toptos :

The Rules Relating to the Central Office of the Supreme Court..
Jndicature Fee Stamps........
The Caus- Lists ............
Marder by Agreeing to commit Suicide Together.....
Laws and Arms
Right of Defending Counsel to State the Prisoner's Version of

the Facts ...
Conveyancing Monopoly .....................................

A Collapse of the Cause Papers......
LEADERS:-

The New Edition of the Bankers' Books Eviderce Act.....
Unsatisfactory Witnesses......
Solicitors' Cases of the Year .....

REVIEWS ..................
GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE....
Casas OF TRB WEEK .........

Crose v. Smith ..
De Oleaza v. The West Cumberland Iron and Steel Company....
De Bergue v. De Bergue ...........
The Union Bank of London y. Manby......
Mete life's Estate, Re.........
Berkeley v. The Standard Discount Oompany.....

Armitage v. Elworthy
SOCIETIES.......... .....
LAW STUDEXT'JOURNAL
Vice-Chancellor Malins
APPOINTMENIE, ETC.
COMPANIES ...........
OBITUARY...............................
Sir Evelyn Wood .........
SOLICITORS' CASES .....
COUNTY COURTS......
CREDITORS' CLAJMS .....
COURT PAPERS
LEGAL NEWE ..
PUBLIC COMPANIES ..
LONDON GAZUTTES, &c.,

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A QUAINT PIECE of criminal law was disinterred at the recent Maidstone Assizes. A mon and his wife, after drinking heavily for eight days, threw themselves into a river, no doubt intending, so far they were capable of forming an intention, to commit suicide together. The husband was drowned, but the wife escaped, and she was thereupon charged with the murder of her husband. In the beginning of the seventeenth century the judges were perplexed with a similar case (Anon., Moore, 754). A man and his wife “ ayant long temps vive incontinent,'' were in great distress. The husband said to the wife, “I am weary of life and will destroy myself," upon which the wife replied, “ If you do, I will too,” and thereupon the husband mixed poison with some drink, of which both partook. The husband died, but the wife recovered. According to Moore, the question whether the wife was guilty of murder was considered, but he does not give the decision. Mr. Justice Pattison, however (8 C. & P. 418), evidently re. ferring to this case, says that the wife was acquitted on the grourd that she was under the control of her husband. In 1823, in a case (R. v. Dyson, R. & R.523), where the wife was drowned and the husband escaped, it was held by nine judges that, “ if the deceased threw herself into the water by the arrangement of the prisoner, and because she thought he had set her the example, in pursuance of the previous agreement, he was a principal in the second degree, and was guilty of murder ; " and in a subsequent case of R. v. Alison, (8 C. & P. 418), Mr. Justice Pattison told the jury that “supposing the parties mutually agreed to commit suicide, and one only accomplished that object, the survivor would be guilty of murder in point of law." Following these authorities in the recent case, the Lord Chief Justice, in summing up, told the jury that they must take the law to be that if two persons agreed together to commit self-murder and one of them survived, the survivor was guilty of murder. Happily, however, it was not necessary to put this doctrine into practical application, as the jury seem to thought that the parties were not in a condition to form a definite intention to commit suicide, and consequently found the woman not guilty.

CASES REPORTED IN THE WEEKLY REPORTER.
Allen v. Seckham (Ct, of App.)..............
Barnes v. Loach (Q.B.Div.)......................................
Bentham Muls Spinning Company, The, In re (Ct. of App.)....
Brocklebank v. East London Railway Company (Ch.Div. Fry, J

sitting for V.C.M.)..............
Griffith (deceased), In re. Carr v. Griffith (Ch.Div. M.R.) ....
Orr Ewing and Co. v. The Registrar of Trade Marks (G.L.)...

Thompson (deceased), In re. Herring v. Barrow (Ch.Div. V.O.
Union Bank of London v. Manby (Ct. of App.) ..............,
West Cumberland Iron and Steel Company v. Kenyon (Ct, of App.) 24

CURRENT TOPICS.

THE RULES UNDER THE ACT which establishes the Central Office of the Supreme Court are now drafted, and will shortly be submitted for suggestions to the various officers concerned.

WITH REGARD to the complaints which have recently appeared in the daily papers of inconvenience in the SIR EVELYN Wood, in his eloquent speech at the Middle purchase of Judicature fee stamps, we are enabled to

Temple Hall on Saturday, enumerated several instances state that arrangements are in progress which, so far at

of eminent judges who have commenced their career as least as the offices in the Royal Courts of Justice are

soldiers or sailors ; but he failed to complete the list. concerned, will give greater facilities for obtaining these

btaining these The greatest of equity lawyers, Sir William Grant stamps. We believe that it is intended to authorize

(who practised for a few years in Canada) commanded a certain officials on each floor of the building

| body of volunteers during the siege of Quebec. Chief to distribute stamps. But this will not remove the

Justice Jervis held for a short time a commission in whole grievance, for the stamps required in the Chancery the Carbineers, and the late Baron Watson, as a lieutChief Clerks' offices and in the Chancery Paymaster's enant of Dragoons, served in the Peninsula, and was office are numerous, and these offices are situate some engaged at the Battle of Waterloo. In all these instances distance from the Royal Courts of Justice and Somerset

however, it must be admitted that House. We are glad to learn, however, that Judicature fee stamps may now be obtained at the post-office in

... "mighty Julius, pleading at the Bar, Chancery-lane. This is a step in the right direction;

Was greater than when thundering in the war' and we may hope that something more will yet be done —which, in spite of his recent speech, cannot as yet to meet the convenience of practitioners.

be said of Sir Evelyn Wood.

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