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MR. GEORGE BODEN, Q.C.

UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY. Mr. George Boden, Q.O., recorder of the borough of The society met at Clement's-ion Hall, Strand, on WednesDerby, died at his residence, 7, Queen's-gardens, Hyde. day last, 18th inst., Mr. W. C. Owen in the chair, when Mr. park, on the 10th inst., in his sixty-fourth year. Mr. Boden A. H. Spokes moved " That the centralizing tendencies of the was the youngest son of the late Mr. John Boden, of present Government are opposed to the free spirit of English Edmaston Hall, Derbyshire, and he was born in 1816. He institutions." Messrs. W. Shirley Shirley, W. Dowson, was educated at Rugby and at Trinity College, Cambridge, W. T. Synnott, and W. F. Hamilton supported ; Messrs. E. and was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Rundle Levey, C. Kains-Jackson, and C. Parsons opposing. Easter Term, 1841. He joined the Midland Cironit, and The motion was carried by a majority of three. the Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, and Bir

On Wednesday next the society is to hold its sixmingham Sessions, and he obtained a considerable share teenth annual inaugural meeting at Clement's • ion of business at the sessions and assizes. He became a Hall, Strand, at 7.30. p.m. Mr. Farrer Herschell, Q.C., Queen's Counsel in 1862, but be had ceased to practice.

M.P. is to preside, and will be supported by Messrs. W. Mr. Boden was recorder of Stamford from 1855 till 1859,

Digby Seymour, Q.C., A. S. Eddis, Q.C., J. Morgan Howard, when he was appointed recorder of Derby, and he held Q.C., c. Locock Webb, Q.C., Montague H. Cookson, Q.C., the latter office until his death. He was a bencher of the

D.C.L., W. Willis, Q.C., T. W. Snagge, E. H. Busk, Inder Temple, having been treasurer of that society in

C. Ford, W. A. Hunter, and F. H. Janson. Members are 1876. The deceased was twice married-namely, in 1845

specially invited to bring friends. to the daughter of Mr. John Perfect, of Pontefract, and in 1863 to the daughter of the Rev. William Worsley, Doctor of Bratoft, Lincolnshire.

BIRMINGHAM LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY.

The first meeting of the spring session was held on

Thursday evening, February 12, in the Law Library. Mr. MR. JAMES GIBSON, Q.C.

G. J. Johnson presided. After the election of seven new Mr. James Gibson, Q.C., died at his residence, 35, members, the passing of votes of thanks to Messrs. C. J. Mountjoy-quare, Dublin, on the 5th inst. Mr. J. Gibson Edwards and A. L. Crockford for their services as hop. was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he grad. librarian and hon, treasurer respectively, add the election uated B.A, in 1826 and M.A, in 1832. He was called to of Messrs. A. G. Hooper and W. E. Taylor as auditors for the Irish bar in 1828, und practised for many years on

the year, a debate took place apon the following moot the North-East Circuit. In 1869 be received a silk gown

point :-"Can the law as to the contractual relations of from Lord O'Hagan, and he was for several years county

husband and wife, as illustrated in the following cases, be court judge and chairman of sessions for the county of regarded as satisfactory ?"-Agar-Ellis v. Lascelles, 27 W. Donegal. In 1837 Mr. Gibson contested the borough of

R. 117 ; L. R. 10 Ch. D. 48 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 1 ; 39 L. T.380. Belfast in the Liberal interest, and was returned at the Article in SOLICITORS' JOURNAL, Nov. 30, 1878; In re Besant, head of the poll, but be was afterwards unseated on 27 W. R. 741; L. R. 11 Ch. D. 508 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 497 ; 40 petition. He had been a commissioner of National Educa L. T. 469. The speakers on the affirmative were Messrs. tion in Ireland since 1848, and he was a member of the Edwards, Crockford, Smith, Samuel, and Dennison, and o Senate of the Queen's University,

the negative Messrs. Barrows. Platpaner, Rogers, Steere and Barber. After a summing up by the chairman, the question was put and decided in the affirmative. A yote

of thanks to the chairman concluded the meeting. Societies.

LIVERPOOL LAW STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION. SOLICITORS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.

The members of this association held a dinner at the The usual monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of Adelphi Hotel on Thursday, February 12. Mr. Charles this association was held at the Law Institution, Chancers. Russell, Q.C., presided, and there was a large attendance lane, London, on Wednesday, Febuary 11, the following direc of members and invited guests, among them being Mr. tors being present (Mr. S. Smith in the chair):- Messrs. Pope, Q.C., Mr. Hopwood, Q.C., M.P., Mr. Gully, Q.C., Asker (Norwich), Brook, Hedger, Gregory, M.P., Kays, Mr. Stone (president of the Liverpool Law Society), Mr. Keen, Paterson, Pennington, Rickman, Rose, Roscoe, Styan, Segar, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Bremner, Mr. Collins, and many Veley (Chelmsford), Williamson, and Woolbert (Mr. Eiffe, other members of the legal profession, and students. Mr. secretary). A sum of £185 was distributed

grants of

Aspinall, Q.C., recorder of Liverpool, had promised to assistance among eleven necessitous families of deceased preside, but was prevented from doing so in consequence of solicitors, members and non-members; eight gentlemen were

of the death of a near relative. After dinner the CHAIRYAN elected members of the association, and other general business proposed the loyal toasts, which were received with great transacted.

enthusiasm. Mr. SEGAR proposed the toast of " The Houses of Parliament," and coupled with it the name of Mr. Hopwood, M.P. for Stockport.

Mr. Hopwood, M.P., in responding, remarked that the Law Student's Journal. House of Lords was entitled to the foremost place in the

estimation of lawyers, as fully one-third of its members

were lawyers, or descendants of lawyers, who had been LAW STUDENTS' DEBATING SOCIETY,

ennobled. With regard to the other House, so long as be A meeting of the above society was held on Tuesday remained in it he should feel proud of being there. A evening last at the Law Institution, Chancery-lane, Mr. solemn duty was put before them in representing the A. M. Ellis, L.L.B., in the chair. The following question

enormous interests of the Empire, and any man, be hy an was discussed :—“Bequest of a sum of money to trustees on

Englishman, an Irishman, or a Scotchman, putting his trust to repair certain tombstones thereout, and to pay the

foot into that House must feel very much impressed with surplus to A. The first trust being void, is A. entitled to the necessity of maintaining the integrity of this vast the whole fund ?". The question was opened in the affirma Empire. Whatever might be at times the bickerings which tive by Mr. J. W. Evans, B.Sc. Mr. Lloyd Jones supported took place there, yet, on the whole, the House of Commons the negative side of the question. Messrs. J. K. Wright, E.

stood out as the greatest assembly of the world ; an Williams, C. E. Barry, and E. G. Spiers then addressed the assembly, too, that would last, because it was founded on society on the subject, and Mr. Evans having replied, the

the affections of the people, who continually renewed and question was decided in the affirmative by a majority of ten.

invigorated it by those whom they sent there to represent At the meeting of the society on Tuesday next the following them. question will be discussed :-“Is it desirable to increase the

Mr. W. H. Collins proposed “The Bench and the pumber of national holidays !”

Bar," associating with the toast the name of Mr. Pope, Q.C., recorder of Bolton.

Mr. Pore said the bar regarded with a great deal of per

not

sonal interest and very considerable hope the progress of the Mr. F. J. LESLIE, in responding, thanked Mr. Rassell

young men who were the members of that association. It for the eloquent and complimentary terms in which he had Fas of the greatest importance to the bar that in that wisbed the association success. They would, be thought, look branch of the profession from which they derived their in back upon that day as a red-letter day, in fact they might structions, there should be men of learning, character, and call the past week a red-letter week, as in it they bad integrity, who could maintain the high standing which the elected their 200th member, and had also been able to profession had hitherto occupied. He was old-fashioned write after the name of one of their most respected enough to believe that there was an advantage to the client members the magic letters, M.P. It was a source of regret in the separation of the two branches of the profession, and to Mr. Whitley that he could not be with them that he thought it was of the greatest importance that between evening. That was the first dinner they had keld, but those two branches there should be the most complete coafi. he hoped it would be by no means the last. All work dence, the most complete friendship, and the most complete and no play was just as bad for a corporate body as it reliance that each would perform ils duty honestly, faith was for the proverbial Jaok, and he was quite sure all of fully, and justly towards the other.

them would feel the benefit of that social gathering. The CHAIRMAN, in giving the next toast, said : I now Mr. GOLLY, Q.C., proposed the toast of The Liverpool propose to you what is called the toast of the evening, and Law Society. There was no one he felt sure who reckoned that is “The Liverpool Law Students' Association." I more personal friends among the members of that society have to couple with it the name of your zealous and inde. than he did. He considered a law institution a very valofatigable secretary, Mr. F. J. Leslie, to whose exertions so able one in any city. They were of the utmost value in keepmuch of the success of the society is attributable. This ing watch and guard over the profession, and all knew how association, as you are aware, started in February, 1876. It admirably they performed their duties ; law institutions has not, therefore, had a very long life. It began in a very were the modern representatives of the ancient guilds, which small way, and it is now, at the end of something less than used to exist in every trade. The latter had become little four years from its origin, able to reckon 200 members, thus better than eating institutions, while the former were in the showing that it has successfully appealed for support to vigour of their youth and would continue to increase in those for whose benefit it is chiefly intended, and also has the power. support of those who, not students, themselves recogoize the Mr. Stone, president of the society, responded. He important objects and duties it falfils. It is not confined to alluded to the great assistance they always received from articled clerks and bar students, but by the wise constita- the members of the bar. In connection with the somewhat tion which governs it, it admits to membership barristers and vexed question of assizes, he thought if they could have solicitors. The objects of the society may be briefly three assizes at equal intervals, they would be able to get Etated. It is a debating society only, but through the business satisfactorily. He concluded by prostill it is a debating society. It is not for lec- posing “ The Health of the Chairman,” remarking that in tures ouly, and yet the members get the benefit of all probability his “ trief” life was nearly at an end, and lectures. It is not for speech-making only, and yet the when he went to the bench, he had no doubt he would members bave the opportunity of speaking. So that in perform his duties as well as he had done at the bar. The these three things it supplies a kind of function which toast was drunk with musical honours. ought to be discharged by a law school for the education of Mr. RUSSELL in thanking them for the compliment they youth. In one of his remarkable essays, Lord Bacon had paid him expressed his great gratification at being presays:-"Reading makes a full man, writing an exact man, sent. Liverpool had peculiar claims upon him, because in and speaking a ready man,” and you have in the case of Liverpool he got his first brief, and whatever success he had this association, for those who have application and energy been able to achieve in his profession, had been due in the to avail themselves of its advantages, the opportunity of main to the support of his friends in Liverpool. cultivating each of these three branches of knowledge. I The proceedings then terminated, having been marked by should like particularly to say one or two words about that great enthusiasm throughout. Songs were sung during the part of this institution which is undoubtedly one of its great evening by various members of the association. attractions to the youthful student, and in my humble judgment one of its best attributes--namely, the debating part of the institution. First of all, men do not speak, and ought not to speak, without some preparation upon the subject, and therefore to debate meads to read, with a view

Appointments, Etc. of preparing the subject. Another thing is, that reading, especially when you have to submit in form of speech the Mr. EDWARD CLARKE, barrister, who has been elected result of your studies, induces habits of reflection. And, M.P. for Southwark in the Conservative interest, was born lastly, the practice of debating enables a man to express in 1840. He is an associate of King's College, London, the knowledge which he has, and the thoughts which are in and was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Michaelmas his mind, clearly to the minds of others. The first thing Term, 1864, having previously been the holder of the which a man ought to do before attempting to speak is to Tancred Stadentship. He practises on the South-Eastern satisfy himself that he has something to say ; that is one of Circuit and Surrey Sessions, and is the author of a treatise the most important things for a young man to take par “The Law of Extradition.” Mr. Clarke recently declined ticularly to heart. Another point I might say a word the appointment of junior common law counsel to the about is as to whether you ought to commit to paper what Treasury. you are going to say or speak extempore. Now, for my Mr. JOHN EDWARD FULLAGAR, solicitor, of Lewes, has part, I think there is a medium between the two, and that been appointed Depaty-Coroner for the Eastern Division of is to sketch out what you are going to say; to arrange the the County of Sussex. Mr. Fallagar was admitted a solicimethod and order of proceeding, and afterwards to elabo- tor in 1879. rate particolar paggages. This institution has had the advantage of lectures delivered by members of the bar, been elected President of the Worcester and Worcester

Mr. THOMAS GARMSTON HYDE, solicitor, of Worcester, has and I am happy to see by the reports that the attendance

Mr. at these lectores bas been very creditable; but there is Hyde was admitted a solictor in 1859, and is clerk to the

sbire Incorporated Law Society for the ensuing year. one thing more creditable still, and that is that the members have, by their own exertions and by their own means,

Commissioners of Taxes for the city of Worcester. organized and, out of their own subscriptions, paid for these Mr. HENRY JONES, solicitor, of Colchester, has been apo lectures. In addition to this there is, in connection with pointed Clerk to the Commissioners of Income, Property, the society, the preparation of essays. Thus you have Land, and Aggessed Taxes for the Borough of Colohester, in an organization highly creditable to these young men, by succession to Mr. Robert Cecil Laing, resigned. Mr. Jones which they are, in point of faot, undergoing that best of was admitted a solicitor in 1854, and is clerk to the County all educations-namely, self-education. I venture to say Magistrates and to the Lexden and Winstree Highway that those who exert themselves in this way for self. Board. He has recently resigned the office of town clerk improvement will find their reward in occupying dig- of Colobester. tinguished places in the profession to which they seek to MI RICHARD LOCKWOOD MAODWELL, solicitor, of Brighcon, belong. I beg to propose the toast of "The Liverpool has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in Law Students' Association.”

the Supreme Court of Judicatare.

on

COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER. HILTON HOUSE AND RED Moss COLLIERY COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an

order made by the V.O., dated Feb 9, it was ordered that the voluntary wiading up of the above company be continued. Hough ton and Myers, solicitors for the petitioners

[Gazette, Feb 17.)

Mr. HORACE WILLIAM MACLEOD has been appointed a Puisne Judge in the Supreme Court of the Gold Coast Colony, in succession to Mr. Justice Marsball, who has been appointed Chief Justice of the colony.

MR. FREDERICK BLOMFIELD PAILBRICK, solioitor, of 18, Austin Friars and Colohester, bas been elected Town Clerk of the Borough of Colobester, in succession to Mr. Henry Jones, resig ned. Mr. Philbrick was admitted a Aolicitor in 1831, and is deputy-coroner in Essex for the Duchy of Lancaster. His eldest son, Mr. Frederick Adol. pbus Philbrick, Q.O., is recorder of the borough of Colchester.

Mr. THOMAS SIMPSON PORTER, solicitor, of Bedford, has been appointed a Commigsioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. LILY OF THE GADLY'S SOCIETY, Waynes Arms Inn, Gadly's rd, Aberdare, Glamorgan. Feb 9

[Gazette, Feb. 13.)

Solicitors' Cages.

DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIPS. WILLIAM HENRY STEPHENS, Percy KELUAM LANGDALE, and WILLIAM RICHARD EATON TURNER, solicitors, 30, Bedford-row, London (so far as concerns the said William Henry Stephens). The business has since been and will henceforth be carried on hy the said Percy Kelham Lang. dale and William Richard Eaton Turner. December 31. (Gazette, January 13.)

WILLIAM CROOK and EDWARD SMITH, solicitors, Abchurch-chambers, Abchurch-lane, London (Crook & Smith). The said William Ccook will carry on his business or profession of a solicitor, at No. 173, Fenchurch-street, E.C.; and the said Edward Smith will carry on his business or profession of a solicitor, at Abchuroh-chanibers aforesaid. February 14. (Gazette, February 17.)

DIVISIONAL COURT. (Sittings in Banco before KELLY, C.B., and LUSH, J.) Feb. 12.-In the Matter of Charles Blake, a Solicitor.

Murray, on behalf of the Incorporated Law Society, moved to make absolute a rule to strike Mr. Charles Blake off the rolls of the court. It appeared from the statement of counsel that the defendant was convicted on December 8, 1879, of obtaining £100 from Mr. Eugene Wason by false pretences, and was sentenced to six months' imprisonment, with hard labour. This rule was granted on January 21 last, and a copy was served personally on the defendant in Coldbath-fields Prison on January 26. Permission was granted to the defendant by the Secretary of State to see his legal adviser that be might have an opportunity of answering the rule, but no cause was shown.

The Court made the rule absolute to strike the defendant off the rells.

Companies.

Legislation of the week.

WINDING-UP NOTICES.
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

LIMITED IN CHANCERY:
HAMILTON'S WINDSOR IRON WORKS, LIMITED.-Creditors and persons

claiming to be incumbrancers are required, on or before Mar 13, to send their pames,addresses, &c., to Frederick Whinney, Old Jewry. Wednesday, Mar 24 at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating

u on the debts, claims, and incumbrances Miss LIL OLAY's CMPANY OF LADY MINSTRELS, LIMITED.-Petition

for winding up presented Jan 23, directed to be heard before V.O. Bacon, on Feb 21. Woodfin and Wray, Tower chambers, Moorgate,

solicitors for the petitioners SILVERTOWN LAND COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by V.C. Malins, dated Feb 6, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the above Company be continued.-Marsh, Fen ct, solicitor for the liquidators South KENSINGTON CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LIMITED -Petition for winding up presented Feb 12, directed to be heard before the M.R.. on Feb 21.-Greenfield and Abbott, Queen Victoria st, solicitors for the petitioners

| Gazette, Feb 13.]

HOUSE OF LORDS. FEB. 12.-BILL READ A SECOND TIME. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY (referred to Select Committee).

FEB. 16.-BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. PRIVATE BILLS.-Aberdare Markets and Town-hall, Aston (Liverpool-street) Burial-ground, Clacton-on-Sea Special Drainage District, Dearne Valley Water, Doncaster Corporation Water, Freshwater, Yarmouth, and Newport Railway, Kensington Improvements, Lancashire County Jastices, Liverpool and Birkenhead Subway, Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, Rother Levels (Improvement of Drainage Rye Harbour), Sea Water Supply to London, Vestry of St. Luke, Middlesex, Wakefield Corporation Water, West | Wickham and Hayes Railway, Witham River Outfall Improvement, Woodside and South Croydon Railway.

FEB. 17.-BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. PRIVATE BILLS.-Accountants’ Institute, Hendon Local Board, Trinity Hospital, Greenwicb, Freshwater, Yarmouth, and Newport Railway.

CLITHEROE LIME COMPANY. HORROCKSFORD, LIMITED.-Bv an order made by V.O. Bacon, dated Feb 7, it was ordered that the company be wound up.-shaw and Tremellen, Gray's inn sq, solicitors for the

paritioners EQUITABLE MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.--The M.R. has

ed Friday, Feb 27 at ll, as the time and place for the appointment of an official liquidator GIBBS AND CANNING, LIMITED.-By an order made by the M.R.,

dated Feb 7, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the above company be continued. Owles, Chancery lane, solicitor for

the petitioners LLANDRINDOD ESTATE AND BUILDING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Perition

for winding up, presented Feb 14, directed to be heard before Y.C.. Bacon, on Feb 28. Swann and Co, Chancery lane, solicitors for the petitioner LONG TON HALL HOTEL COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by the

M.R., dated Feb 7, it was ordered thit the above company be wound up. Bellamy and Co, Bishopsgate st Within, solicitors for the pel

itioners NATIONAL TEMPERANCE BEVERAGE COMPANY, LIMITED.-V.C. Hall

has, by an order dated Jan 28, appointed Arthur James Hill,

Finsbury circus, to be official liquidator RAILWAY AND PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT COMPANY, LIMITED.

Creditors are required, on or before Mar 19, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts and claims, to George Chandler, Coleman st. Apr 6 at 11 is appointed for hearing and

& judicating upon the debts and claims SUBURBAN FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE CO-OPERATIVE SUPPLY Asso

CIATION, LIMITED.--V.O. Hall has fixed Feb 26 at 12, at 14, Chancery lane, for the appointment of an official liquidator TRANSVAAL GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order male by the M.R., dated Feb 7, it was ordered that the above company be wound up. Tulle ard and Co, Old Jewry, solicitors for the petitioners

[Gazette, Feb. 17.)

HOUSE OF COMMONS. FEB. 12-BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. BANKRUPTCY LAW AMENDMENT (referred to Select Com

mittee). MEDICAL ACT (1858) AMENDMENT (No. 3). MEDICAL Act (1858) AMENDMENT (No. 2).

BILLS READ A FIRST TIME. BILL TO AMEND THE LAW RELATING TO THE QUALIFICA-

TIONS REQUIRED FOR HOLDING CERTAIN MEDICAL AP

POINTMENTS (Mr. Errington). BILL TO CONTINUE FOR A LIMITED PERIOD THE POWERS OF

THE ARBITRATOR UNDER THE EPPING FOREST Act, 1878

(Sir H. Selwin-Ibbetson). BILL TO AMEND THE LAW RELATING TO THE SALARIES AND

ALLOWANCES OF CERTAIN OFFICERS IN INDIA, AND POR OTHER PURPOSES (Mr. E. Stanhope).

FEB. 13.-BILL IN COMMITTEE COMPANIES ACTS AMENDMENT (passed through Committee).

BILL READ A FIRST TIME. BILL TO AMEND THE ALKALI Acts, 1863 and 1874, AND 10

PROVIDE FOR THE MORE EFFECTUAL CONDENSATION OF NoxiouS AND OFFENSIVE GASES IN ALKALI AND OTHEE WORKS (Mr. Sclater-Booth).

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FEB. 16.-BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. PRIVATE BILLS.-Burton-upon-Trent Corporation, Cardiff Pilotage Board, Cathcart District Railway, Chipping Wycombe Borough Excension, Denton and Haughton Gas, Gravesend, Northfleet, and London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Helston Railway, Huddersfield South and East Junction Railway, Huddersfield Tramways and Improvement, Hull, Barnsley, and West Riding Junction Railway and Dock, Hall Lighting. King's Lynn Corporation, Lancaster Corporation, Maidstone and Ashford Railway, Medway Conservancy, Northampton Tramways, Nottingham Corporation, Oldban Improvement, Preston Improve. ment, Rocbester Corporation, Stapenhill Bridge, Swansea Harbour, Yarmouth Union Railway. Beer DEALERS' RETAIL LICENCES.

BILL READ A THIRD TIME. COMPANIES ACTS AMENDMENT.

BILL IN COMMITTEE. ANCIENT MONUMENTS (clause 2).

FEB. 17.-BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. PRIVATE BILLS. Dagenbam and District Farmers' (Optional) Sewage Utilization, Elham Valley Light Railway, Plymouth, Totnes, Paigaton, and Torquay Direct Railway, Wigan Improvement. MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS QUALIFICATION.

BILL READ A FIRST TIME. BILL FOR THE CLOSING OF PUBLIC-HOUSES IN ENGLAND AND

WALES ON SUNDAY, MAKING PROVISION FOR THE SALE OF
LIQUORS DURING CERTAIN HOURS FOR CONSUMPTION OFP
THE PREMISES (Mr. Pease).

FEB. 18.-BILLS READ A SECOND TIME.
LEASES (referred to Select Committee).
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS

(Property QUALIFICATION ABOLITION), COMMONS Act (1876) AMENDMENT.

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SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.
Rota or REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON

COURT OF MASTER OF THE V.C. Malins.
Date.
APPEAL.

ROLLS.
Monday ..Feb. 23Mr. Farrer Mr. Ward Mr. Latham
Tuesday 24 Teesdale Pemberton Leach
Wednesday.... 25 Farrer

Ward

Latham Thursday 26 Teesdale Pemberton Leach Friday.. 27 Farrer

Ward

Latham Saturday... 28 Teesdale Pemberton Leach Y.C. Bacox. V.O. HALL.

Mr. Justice

FFRY. Monday ..Feb. 23Mr. Koe Mr. Merivale Mr. Cobby Tuesday 24 Clowes King

Jackson Wednesday.... 25 Koe

Merivale Cobby Thursday Clowes King

Jackson Friday.. 27 Koe

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

CHANCERY DIVISION.
MASTER OF THE ROLLS.

Sht, causes, pets.

Friday
At the Rolls House.

& gen. pa.

& Mon., reb. 23

Saturday 6 {. sums.

gen. Tuesday....24

General paper, Wedsdy.....25

Monday 8) Thursday ..2

Tuesday.... 9 General paper. Motns., adj. sums. Wednesday.10 Friday 27 & gen. pa.

Thursday ...1.. Motns & gen. pa.. Pets.,sht. causes; Friday .... 12

Short causes, pets. Saturday 28 adj. sums., and

& gen. pa. gen. pa.

Saturday ..13 {

Adj. sums & gen. Monday. Mar 1

pa. Tuesday.... 2 General paper.

Monday.... 15 Wednesy.... 3

Tuesday....16 General paper. Thursday 4

Wednesday..17 | Motng. adj. sum

Thursd .18.. Motns, & gen. pa. Friday 1 & gen. pa. Friday

Sht. causes, petos. Pets, sht causes,

& gen. pa. Saturday .. 6 adj. sumns, and

Saturday

...20 ( Adj. sums & gen. geo. pa.

pa. Monday 8

Monday....22 Tuesday .... 9

Tuesday....23 General paper. General paper. Wednesday..10

Weinesday..21) Thursday ..11

Any

intended to be heard as a short cause must be so

marked in the cause book at & gen. pa.

Petns, sht causes. least one clear day before the Saturday .. 13 {adj. sumns., and same can be put in the paper gen. pa.

to be so heard, and the necesMonday ....15

88 ry papers must be left in Tuesday....16

court with the judge's officer General paper. Wedsdy.....17

che day before the cause is to Thrsdy ....18

be put into the paper. Friday

Mots., adj. sums.
19

& gen. pa.
Pets., sht. cau..

VC. SIR JAMES BACON.
Sat.
.. 20 adj. sums. & gen.

At Lincoln's-inn. pa.

Monday, Feb.23 In Bankruptcy. Monday ....22 General paper.

Tuesday....24
Tuesday....23

Wednesday..25 General paper.
Mtns., adj. sums.
Wednesday. 24

Thurs., & gep.pa. N.B.-The days, if any, on which / Friday ....27 Motos, adj. sums.

the Master of the Roils shalt be engaged in the Court of Appeal Saturday ...28 { Petns., sht. caus.

& gen pa. are excepted.

Monday, Mar.1..Io Bankruptcy. Causes and actions in which wit.

Tuesday nesses are to be examined be- Wednesday ..3 General paper. fore the court will be taken on Thursday ..4 Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and

motns, a lj. same Thursdays, and causes and ac- Friday

{& gen pa. tions without witnesses will be

6

Pens., sbt. caus.& taken on Mondays; but when Saturday

gen. pa. the list of causes and action Monday ....8..In Bankruptcy. without witnesses is exhausted, Tuesday ....9 Causes and actions with wit- Wednesday 10 General paper. nesses will be taken on Mondays Thurs......11 also,

Motns, adj. sums. Further Considerations will be Friday

& gen. pa. taken as part of the General

Peis, shi. causes, Paper in priority to Original Sat. ....

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Merivale Cobby Saturday..

28 Clowes King Jackson

gen. pa. Causes which have not already Monday.....15.. In Bankruptcy. appeared in the paper.

Tuesday ..16
Unopposed petitions must

...17 General paper.
presented, and copies left with the Thursday.. 18
secretary, on or before the

Motns, adj. sums Thursday preceding the Saturday Friday ....19

& gen. pa. on which it is intended they

| Pets., sht. Caus, should be heard ; and any cause Saturday

{ & gen. pa. intended to be heard as a short Monday....22..In Bankuptcy. cause must be so marked in

Tuesday....23..General paper. the cause-book at least one clear

( Motns. adj. sams day before the same can be Wednesday.24

1 & Generat paper. put in the paper to be so heard, Further Considerations will be and the necessary papers must

taken as part of the General be left in court

with the

Paper in priority to Original judge's officer the day before

Causes which have not already the cause is to be put in the

appeared in the Paper, paper.

Any cause intended to be

heard as a short cause must be

so marked in the cause book at V.C. SIR RICHARD MALINS.

least one clear day before the At Lincoln's-inn.

same can be put in the paper t) Monday Feb 23

be 80 heard, and the necesTuesday....24 General paper. sary papers must be left in Wednesday..25

court with the judge's officer
Thursday ..26..Mots. & gen. på. the day before the cause is t
Friday
( Sht. caus., pets.,

be put into the paper.
1 & gen. pa.
Saturday
..28 {adj. sums. & gen.

V.C. SIR CHARLES HALL.
MondayMar 1

At Lincoln's-inn.
Tuesday ...
General paper.

Mon., Feb. 23
Wednesday 3

Tuesday....24 General paper.
Thursd.... 4.. Mots. & gen. pa. Wednesday. 25

.....13

be Wedsdy

.. 20

Tuesday....24 Appeale.

HILARY SITTINGS,
From February 23 to March 24, 1880.

COURT OF APPEAL.
At Lincoln's-inn and Westminster , Friday .... 5
Mondy., Feb 23

Saturday .. 6
Monday

Appeals,

8 App. mots. ex pte | Tuesday.... 9 apps. from orders

App. mots, ex pte, Wednesday..25 mada on inter

apps. from orders locutory mots., & Wednesday. 10 made on interloother apps.

cutory moins., & Bkcy apps and or Thursday ..26

other apps. apps

Bkcy. apps. & or Friday, .... 27

Thurs, ....11

apps. Saturday ...28

Friday ....12
Monday Mar 1
Appeals.

Saturday ..13
Tuesday..

Monday .....15

Appeals.
App. mots. expte, Tuesday ....16
apps. from orders

App. motns.ex pta
Wednesday 3 made on interloc-

apps. from orders utory motns. & Wednesday..17 made on interlocother apps.

utory motions & Thursday

Bkcy.
1. apps, & or

Cother apps.
apps.

... 27

Thurs, .... 26.. Mote. & gen. pa. | be so heard, and the necessary February 20.--Messrs. FAREBROTHER, ELLIS, CLARK, & Co., Friday ....27..Petns. & gen. pa. papers must be left in court with

at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold Properties the judge's officer the day before Saturday ..28 Sht. caus., adj.

(see advertisement, this week, page 6). "- sams., & gen. pa. the cause is to be put into the MondayMar 1)

February 25.—Messrs. HARVEY & DAVIDS, at the Mart, at 2

paper. Tuesday....2 General paper.

p.m., Leasehold Properties (see advertisement, this week, Wednes,...

MR. JUSTICE FRY.

page 6.) Thursday ..4..Mtns. & gen. pa.

February 26.-Mr. A. MUSKETT YBTT8, at the Mart, at 12 for Friday ....5..Pets, & Gen. pa.

At Lincoln's-inn.

1 p.m., Reversions and Freehold Estates (800 advertisement, Saturday ..6 Saturday u

Sbt. caus., adj
sums. & gen. pa.
Monday, Feb.23 )

this week, page 6). Monday.... 8)

Tuesday ....24
Tuesdý .... 9 General paper. Wednesday..25 ( General paper,
Wednesday 10 )

Thursday ..26
Thurs. ....11. Motns, & gen, på. Friday .... 27
Friday ....12..Petns & gen. pa. Saturday ..28

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Saturday 13 Sht. CAUS. adj. Monday, Mar 1 Saturday solo sums. & gen. pa. Tuesday.... 2

BIRTHS. Monday....15

Wednesday. 5 General duper. Tuesday ..16 General paper. Thursday .. 4

ALLEN.-Feb. 14, at Atherton House, Victoria-park, Man. Wedsdy....17 Friday .... 6

chester, the wife of Charles Royle Allen, solicitor, of a son. Thrady ....18..Mtns. & gen, pa. Saturday ..

EDWARDS.-Feb. 15, at 22, Oakleg-square, N.W., the wife of Friday ....19.. Pets. & gen. pa. Monday .... 8

Thomas John Edwards, of Lincoln's-inn, of a son.
Sht. causes, adj. Tuesday .... 9
Saturday ..20

FRANKLIN.-Feb. 10, at 7, Trinity-place, Halifax, the wife of vaturday •-20 sums. & gen pa.

Wednesday.10
Monday ....22) General paper.

Harry James Franklin, solicitor, of a 80n.
Thursday ..11
General paper.

HARBEN.-Feb. 15, at' Trenton Villa, Primrose-hill-road, Tuesday....23

Friday .... 12 Wednesday..24..Mots. & gen. pa. Saturday ..13

N.W., the wife of Henry A. Harben, barrister-at-law, of a Further Considerations will be Monday .... 15

daughter, taken as part of the General Tuesday ..16

MONTGOMERIE.-Feb. 15, at 1, Cromwell-place, S.W., the Paper in priority to Original Wednesday, 17

wife of F. Montgomerie, barrister-at-law, of a son. Causes which have not already Thursday .. 18

per. appeared in the Paper.

DEATH.
Friday....19
Any cause intended to be heard as Saturday ..20

BODEN.-Feb. 16, at 7, Queen's-gardens, Hyde-park, George a Short Cause must be so Monday ....22

Boden, Q.C., Recorder of Derby, aged 64. marked in the Cause Book at Tuesday....23 General paper. least one clear day before the Wednesday .21) same can be put in the paper to

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FRIDAY, Feb. 13, 1880. February 23.-Messrs. FURRER, PRICE, & Furber, at the

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