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Eglese, Joseph, and Charles Edward Eglese, Bishopsgate st Within McCarthy, Patrick, Hebburn Quay, Durham, Grocer. June 18 Jewellers. June 22 at 2 at offices of Browne and Co, Queen st,
at ll at offices of Keenlyside and Co, St John's chambers, Grainger Cheapside
st West, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Emery, Horace, Heath Town, near Wolverhampton, Baker. June McLean, Charlotte, Maida hill West. June 22 at 2 at offices of Ben. 17 at 11 at offices of Smith, Litch Gates, Queen square, Wolver
nett, Furnival's inn hampton
Newham, William Henry, Leicester, Coal Merchant. June 17 at 12 at Emery, Peter John, Brighton, Wine Merchant. June 15 at 3 at offices of Shires, Market st, Leicester offices of Nye, North st, Brighton
Page, Frederick, Finsbury pavement, Lamp and Stove Dealer. Fairbrother, James, Accrington, Lancaster, Bread Baker. June 21
June 18 at 12 at offices of Poncione, jun, Raymond buildings, at 3 at Commercial Inn, Blackburn rd, Accrington. Whalley, AC
Gray's inn crington
Palin, John Henry, Liverpool, Butcher. June 17 at 12 at offices of Fenwick, John, Lynton rd, Bermondsey, Coach Builder. June 12 at
Culshaw, Lord st, Liverpool 2 at offices of Neary, Gomm rd, Southwark Park. Bilton, Ren
Palmer, Arthur, Bridgend, Glamorgan, Greengrocer. June 21 at 3 frew rd, Kennington
at the Queen's Hotel, St Mary st, Cardiff. Stockwood, jon, Feurer, John, Stonycroft, Lancaster, Merchant's Clerk. June 18 at
Bridgend 3 at offices of Simpson and North, Rumford st, Liverpool
Payne, Jane, Birmingham, Butcher. June 17 at 10.15 at offices of Firth, Edward, and Albert Firth, York, Grocers.
East, Temple st, Birmingham
June 18 at 3 at Creditors' Association, Parkinson's chambers, Market st, Bradford
Pilgrim, George, Holloway rd, Holloway, Draper. June 15 at 3 st
offices of Ogle, King's Cross rd, Gray's inn rd Foster, William, Brown st, Bryanston sq. June 16 at 12 at offices Plant, William Cart, and John Edward Allison, Doncaster, York, of Sampson, Marylebone rd
Tailors. June 17 at 11 at offices of Shirley and Co, St George gate, Frantzmann, Henry, West Kensington rd, Fulham, Baker. June 14 Doncaster at 2 at offices of Cayley, Jermyn st, St. James's
Pool, John Radcliff, Worcester, Clerk. June 17 at 3 at offices of Gough, John, Clun, out of employment. June 19 at 10.30 at Craven
Griffiths and Millington, The Foregnte, Worcester Arms Hotel, Craven Arms, Salop. Wallis, Hereford
Purves, Andrew, Gateshead, Durham, Grocer. June 11 at 3 Green, Robert Ellis, Burbage, Buxton, Derby, out of business. June
offices of Chartres and Co, Grainger st West, Newcastle-upon15 at 3 at offices of Leigh, Brown st, Manchester
Tyne Griffiths, John, Bristol, Lime Burner. June 17 at 12 at offices of
Randall, Alfred Thomas, Patshull rd, Kentish Town, of no occurTriggs, Broad st
tion. June 16 at 1 at offices of Willoughby and Winch, Lancaster Gunnell, David, Elsworth, Cambridge, Farmer. June 17 at 11.30 at
pl, Strand Unicorn Hotel, St Ives. Watts, St Ives
Richardson, Benjamin, Leeds, Tobacconist. June 15 at 3 at offiors Hardy, John, Liverpool, Hosier, June 16 at 3 at offices of Quinn,
of Billington, Bond pl, Leeds South John st, Liverpool
Rippen, James, Carlisle st, Lisson grove, Chandler. June 15 at 12 € Harris, Henry John, Nottingbam, Lace Manufacturer. June 22 at
offices of Pain, Marylebone rd 12 at 17, Pelham st, Nottingham. Brittle, Nottingham
Robertson, Charles, Everton, Liverpool, Joiner. June 17 at 2 at Harris, Thomas, Kingston-on-Thames, Coal Merchant. June 15 at
offices of Spencer, Orange ct, Castle st, Liverpool. Lockett 11 at offices of Sherrard, Lincoln's inn fields
Rourke, George, Gresham st, Trimming Warehouseman, June 28 A
1 at Guildhall Coffee house, Gresham st. Letts Brothers, BaruHarrison, Cornelius, Whitwich, Leicester, Grocer. June 17 at 12 at the Queen's Head Hotel, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Fisher and Co
lett's buildings, Holborn circus Haskard, Thomas, O'Stathern, Leicester, Boot and Shoe Manufac
Ryder, William, Kingswinford, Stafford, Glass Engraver. June 17 turer. June 22 at 3 at offices of Elborne, Brougham chambers,
at 11 at offices of Homfray and Holberton, High st, Brierley hill Wheeler gate, Nottingham
Shacleford, Walter, Forest, Fancy Warehouseinan. June 14 at 10
at offices of Johnson, Fenchurch st Hatton, William, sen, Bristol, Pastry Cook. June 11 at 2 at offices of Fussell and Co, Liverpool chambers, Corn st, Bristol
Singleton, Henry, Birkenhead, Grocer. June 16 at 3 at offices of Heaton, George, Derby, Stonemason. June 22 at 3 at offices of
Thompson, Hamilton st, Birkenhead Hextall, Full st, Derby
Smith, Courtenay Clarke, Liverpool rd, out of business. June 16 at Herbert, George Thompson, Leeds, Grocer. June 17 at 2 at offices
12 at offices of Swaine, King st, Cheapside of Weston, Park row, Leeds
Smith, John Samuel, Hereford, Grocer. June 17 at 11 at Groca Hodgson, John Embleton, Liverpool, Ironmonger. June 21 at 3 at
Dragon Hotel, Heref rd. James and Bodenham offices of Blackhurst and Fretson, Dale st, Liverpool
Smith, Joseph, Cricklade, Wilts, Grocer. June 12 at 10 at offices of Holgate, William, Grindleton, York, Cattle Dealer: June 21 at 10.30
Jackson, Albion buildings, New Swindon 10.30 at the old Bull Hotel, Church st, Blackburn. Eastbam,
Sneyd, Thomas, Walsall, Stafford, Chemist, June 15 at 3 at offices Clitheroe
of Cotterell, Bridge st, Walsall Howard, Frederick, Everton, Liverpool, Journeyman Butcher. June
Spalding, William Richard, Loyton, Essex, Chemist. June 16 at 4 21 at 11 at offices of Nicholas, Corn st, Bristol
at Bakers' Arms Tavern, Lea Bridge rd, Leyton. Vernede, New
Broad st Howlett, Joseph, Wolverhampton, Milliner. June 15 at 12 ay offices of Gatis, King st, Wolverhampton
Stokes, Frederick, Walsall, Stafford, Buckle Maker. June 15 st 320 Hughes, David, Wolverhampton, Carter. June 16 at 11 at offices of
Stork Hotel, Walsall. East, Birmingham Stratton, Queen st, Wolverhampton
Storey, James, and William French Storey, Manchester, Manu;
facturers of Mantles. June 18 at 4.30 at offices of Addlesbaw and Ingleton, Edward, Sheerness, Kent, Steam Plough Proprietor. June Warburton, Norfolk st, Manchester
23 at 11 at the Bull Hotel, High st, Sittingbourne. Gibson, Sit Sykes, Gill, Hopton, York, Book-keeper, June 18 at 3 at offices of tingbourne
Booth, John William st, Huddersfield Ireland, William, Lancaster, Mercer. June 23 at 3 at the Feathers Thomas, George, Chester, Auctioneer. June 16 at 11 at offices of Hotel, Lancaster. Fearonside an: Son, Burton
Nicholson, Grosvenor chambers, Newgate st Jackson, Robert Butterworth, and Theophilus Jackson, Middleton,
Trask, John, Northington, Hants, Yeoman. June 17 at 1 at Royal Lancaster, Silk Manufacturers. June 15 at 3 at offices of Hankin.
Hotel, Winchester. Watts, Yeovil son, Queen's chambers, John Dalton st, Manchester
Tutin, Thomas, Nottingham, Builder. June 22 at 11 at the Assembly James, John, Wilton Park, Durham, Grocer. June 21 at 12 at offices rooms, Low pavement, Nottingham. Dowson and Wright, Nike of Trotter and Co, North Bondgate, Bishop Auckland. Bruce,
tingham Bishop Auckland
Vernon, Henry, jun, Alnwick, Northumberland, Watchmaker. Jube Johnson, George, Canterbury, Brewery Manager. June 29 at 2 at 10 at 11 at the Incorporated Law Society, Royal arcade, Newcastle the Guildhall Tavern. Wightwick and Co, Canterbury
upon Tyne Jowett, Frank, Thornton, York, Draper. June 17 at 3 at the Credi.
Walker, Francis, Ravenstone, Derby, out of business. June 15 at 12 tors' Association, 7, Parkinson's chambers, Market st, Bradford
at the Queen's Head Hotel, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Fisher and cl, Ker, John, Ardwick, Manchester, Draper. June 17 at 3 at offices of
Ashby-de-la-Zouch Nuttall and Son, John Dalton st, Manchester
Ward, James, Defford, Worcester, Fruit Dealer. June 15 at 4 at King, Edmund, Leicester, Grocer. June 15 at 2 at offices of Fel
offices of Pace, Pershore stead, Granby st, Leicester
Watkinson, Henry, Heath Charnock, Lancaster, Builder. June 18 at Kirk, George, St George's rd, Camberwell, Builder. June 24 at 2 at
3 at offices of Dowling and Urry, Wood et, Bolton the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Barber, Old Jewry, Cheapside
Webb, Uriah, Tower hill, Licensed Victualler. June 22 at 11 at offices Kitson, William, and Charles Herbert Hesseltine, Bradford, York,
of Briant, Winchester house, Old Broad st Timber Merchants. June 16 at 1 at offices of Watson and Dickons,
Wilkinson, Frank, Huddersfield, Grocer. June 15 at 3 at offices of Cheapside, Bradford. Beverley, Bradford
Ainley and Hall, New st, Huddersfield Lee, James Ward, Bournemouth, Hants, Lodging house Keeper.
Williams, Moses, Bryn Gwynedd, Colwyn Bay, Denbigh, Clerk of
Works. June 19 at 12 at the Imperial Hotel, Colwyn Bay. Davies, June 23 at 3 at offices of Lacey and Son, Avenue rd, Bournemouth Leigh, Thomas, Timperley, Cheshire, Farmer.
June 21 at 3 at Wilson, Joseph, Mold, Flint, Innkeeper. June 25 at 2 at offices of offices of Simpson, Kennedy st, Manchester Lilley, John Henry, Studley, Warwick, Coal Merchant.
Walker and Smith, Abbey gateway, Northgate st, Chester
June 21 at 2 at the Great Western Hotel, Snow hill, Birmingham. Sander
Woods, William, Liverpool, Stationer. June 16 at 3 at offices of
Yates and Co, Water st, Liverpool son, Warwick Lineham, James, Leicester, Contractor.
Woodward, Henry, Woolston, Southampton, Dairyman. Jane ll at
June 21 at 3 at the 3 at offices of Shutte, Portland st, Southampton Wellington Hotel, Granby st, Leicester. Christmas, Walbrook Wordsworth, John, Hoyland Nether,:Vork, Boiler Maker. June 23 Lovett, William, Elgin crescent, Bayswater, Captain in the Shropshire Militia,
at 4 at offices of Rideal, Chronicle chambers, Barnsley June 21 at 2 at offices of Pyke and Minchin, New Young, Alexander John, Glanton Pyke, Northumberland, Farmer. gate st
Juno' 16 at 11 at offices of Forster and Paynter, Fenkle s, Alm Margetts, William, and Edward Tallis, Warwick, Builders. June 18 wick at 12 at offices of Kirby, Priory row, Coventry
TUESDAY, June 8, 1850.
Martin, Mark lane, Merchants. June 22 at 2 at offices of of Parnell, Fenchurch st
at the George Hotel, Axminster. Tweed Matthews, Annie Sophia, South Molton st, Oxford st, Dress Barringer, Thomas Stevens Wright. Margate, Kent, Tobacconist maker. June 18 at 2 at offices of Mirams, New inn, Strand
June 17 at 12.30 at offices
Greenhill, Staple inn, Holbora Matthews, Thomas, Swansea, Butcher. June 11 at 11 at offices of Barrington, Joseph, Birmingham, Corn Dealer. Thomas, Fisher st, Swansea
offices of East, Temple st, Birmingham Mnude, John, Birmingham, Coal Dealer. June 18 at 3 at offices of Bass, George, Canterbury, Grocer. June 26 at 12 at offices of Co Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham
lard, Castle st, Canterbury
June 21 at 2 at offices
June 18 at 10.30 at
Bater, James, and James Stevens Bater, South Molton, Devon, Boot
Manufacturers. June 21 at 2 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st.
Barker, Union court, Old Broad st Bayliss, Thomas, Oxford, Stationer. June 21 at 12 at offices of
Bickerton, St Michael's chambers, Ship st, Oxford Beddows, John, Birmingham, Poultry Dealer. June 16 at 11 at
offices of Wilson, Temple row, Birmingham Bell, Frederick John, Scarborough, out of business. June 16 at 3 at
offices of Crowther, Huntriss row, Scarborough Bell, Robert, and George Bell, South Shields, Brewers. June 21 at
11 at the Law Society, Royal arcade, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Dun
can and Duncan, South Shields Bell, Sam, Brimington, Derby, Labourer. June 22 at 12 at offices
of Cowderl, High st, Chesterfield Billings, John, Hinckley, Leicester, Builder. June 21 at 11 at the
George Hotel, Hinckley. Bland, Hinckley Boby, George Scott, Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk, Farmer. July 1
at 11 at the White Horse Hotel, Stowmarket. Gudgeon Bordessa, William James, Liverpool, Assistant Sheriff's Officer.
June 23 at 11 at offices of Carruthers, Lord st, Liverpool Boyce, James Edward, Charles Louis Boyce, and William James Gell, Birmingham, Brassfounders. June 29 at 2 at the Queen's Hotel, Stephenson place, Birmingham. Ryland and Co, Birming
ham Burton, William, Nottingham, Lace Frilling Manufacturer. June
21 at 11 at offices of Belk, Middle pavement, Nottingham Carr, Charles McDowell, Pontefract, York, out of business. June 19
at 12 at offices of Richards, Market place, Pontefract Chesswass, Thomas William, Kingston-on-Thames, Ironmonger.
June 24 at 3 at offices of Alsop and Co, Great Mariborough st Clough, Thomas Dunn, Rochdale, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. June
22 at 2.30 at offices of Brierley, Butts avenue, Rochdale Cohen, Samuel, Hackney rd, Boot Manufacturer. June 18 at 3 at
offices of Harcourt, Moorgate st Collins, George Charles, Aston Manor, near Birmingham, General Dealer. June 21 at 3 at offices of Buller and Bickley, Bennett's
hill, Birmingham Crisp, Mary, Letheringham, Suffolk, Farmer. June 23 at 3 at offices
of Wood, Woodbridge Curting, George, Stanton, Suffolk, Farmer. June 21 at 12 at the
Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds. Gross Davies, John, Bishop's Castle, Salop, Farmer. June 29 at 1 at the
Castle Hotel, Bishop's Castle. Newill, Bishop's Castle Davis, George Ellerd, Waltham New Town, Hertford, Butcher's Manager. June 23 at 11 at offices of Ewen and Roberts, Park st,
West Luton Dimond, James, Pitminster, Somerset, Farmer. June 21 at 11 as
offices of Reed and Cook, Paul st, Tannton Dodson, William, Sheffield, Beerhouse keeper. June 21 at 4.30 at
offices of Fairburn, Bank st, Sheffield Duke, Thomas, Kingston-upon-Hull, Butcher. June 18 at 3 at offices
of Summers, Manor st, Kingston-upon-Hull Elliott, Frederick, Paddock villas, Kilburn, Ropemaker. June 21 at
2 at offices of Moore, Mark lane Evans, David Benjamin, Mardy Ferndale, Glamorgan, Grocer. June
19 at 12 at the Queen's Hotel, Cardiff. Linton and Kenshole, Aber.
dare Freemantle, Sarah, Gosport, Hants, Butcher. June 22 at 4 at offices
of King, North st, Portsea Grant, Thomas, Eltham, Kent, Boot Manufacturer. June 23 at 1 at
the White Hart Tavern, Greenwich. Biggenden, Finsbury sq. Grey, John. Washington, Durham, Boot Maker. June 21 at 12 at
offices of Holmes and Robson, Pilgrim st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hall, Matthew, Bramley, near Leeds, Wholesale Clothier. June 21
at 3 at offices of Turner and Hewson, Park sí. Lees
Hawkes and Weekes, Temple st, Birmingham
at Clarence Hotel, Bridgwater. Reed and Cook, Bridgwater
of Pollard, Lawience st, Ipswich Howell, George Alfred, Stock Exchange, Stock-jobber. July 1 at 3
at offices of Rubinstein, Regent st, Waterloo pl Hulme, George Edwin, Manchester, Hosier. June 23 at 3 at offices
of Pratt, King st, Manchester Ineson, George, Batley, York, Eating house keeper. June 21 at 1 at
offices of Wooler, Exchange buildings, Batley Jagger, Joseph, Huddersfield, Millhand. June 19 at 2 at offices of
Sykes and Son, Market st, Huddersfield Jeandin, Peter, Sheffield, Basket Maker. June 21 at 12 at offices of
Mellor, Queen st, Sheffield Johns, Jane, Redruth, Cornwall, Dress Maker. June 22 at 11 at
offices of Paigh and Kelly, Redruth Johnson, John, South Shields, Innkeeper. June 18 at 3 at offices of
Newlands, King st, South Shields Jones, Richard, Shifnal, Salop, General Dealer. June 23 at 2 at
Great Western Hotel, Birmingham. Leake, Shifnal
Gee, North John st, Liverpool
Moy Evans, Wind st, Swansea
12 at offices of Smith and Stafford, Bedford st, Stroud Lewis, Alfred, New st, Kennington pk rd, Oilman. June 22 at 2 at
offices of Crafter, Blackfriars rd Luff, John William, New Kent rd, Furniture Dealer. June 17 at 11
at Wood's Tavern, Portugal st. King, Walbrook
June 25 at 11 at offices of Wilkin, Bridge House, Wisbech
of Parr, Colmore row, Birmingham
at ll at offices of Best, London st, Southport Meadows, Henry, Clay Cross, Derby, Provision Cealer. June 21 at
3 at offices of Stanton, New Square, Chesterfield Meyer, Julius Jacob, King's Cross, Coal Merchant.
June 15 at 10 at Ridler's Hotel, Holborn. Hope, Bell yard
Minter, Thomas, jun, Boughton-under-Bleau, Kent, Farmer. Juno
22 at 12 at Dolphin Hotel, Faversham. Tassell and Son, Faver
sham Mitchelson, Alexander, Park rd, Clapham, Cheesemonger, June 21
at 2 at offices of Weln.an, Wesbourne grove, Bayswater Morrison, Duncan, Liverpool, Sack Merchant. Juno 22 at 3 at
offices of Lupton, Sweeting st, Liverpool Mosley, John, New Mill, near Huddersfield, Stone Merchant. June
21 at 3 at offices of Booth, Line End, Holmfirth Nicholson, John, North Shields, Boot Maker. June 21 at 3 at offices
of Smith, Camden st, North Shields Oram, Edward Robert, Lincoln st, Bow rd, Traveller. June 18 at 3
at offices of Lane, Gresham st Page, George, New Basford, Nottingham, Baker. June 22 at 12 at
offices of Thorpe and Thorpe, Friar lane, Nottingham Page, James, Nottingham, Provision Dealer. June 22 at 11 at offices
of Wells and Hind, Fletcher gate, Nottingham Park, Hugh Storey. Manchester, Merchant. June 23 at 3 at offices
of Earle and Co, Brown st, Manchester Peako, James, Wellington, Salop, Innkeeper. June 22 at 11.30 at
offices of Leake, High st. Shifnal Pearce, George, Westrip, Gloucester, Wheelwright. June 22 at 12
at offices of Smith and Stafford, Bedford st, Stroud Peplow, Edward, Adrian ter, West Brompton, Watchmaker. June
16 at 4 at offices of Marshall, Chancery lane Pestell, John, Chinnor, Oxford, Lace Dealer. June 21 at 2 at the
George Hotel, Aylesbury. White, Queen st, Cheapside
Credland, Cross st, Manchester
offices of Fletcher, Northwich Povey, John, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancaster, Smith. June 23 at 3
at offices of Kershaw, Market pl, Ashton-under-Lyne Pratt, William Arrowsmith, York, Shoeing Smith. June 22 at 11 at
offices of York, Low Ousegate, York Price, Henry George, Neptune st, Rotherhithe, Baker. June 29 at 3
at offices of Fowler, Borough High st Raymond, Charles George, Parson's Mead, Croydon, Pianoforte
Maker. June 17 at 11 at the Green Dragon Hotel, High st, Croy
don, Dennis, ('roydon Rimington, Charles, Derby, Saddler. June 21 at 3 at offices of
Flint, Full st, Derby Savage, Thomas, Chipping Campden, Gloucester, Tailor. June 18
at 2 at offices of Barkes, Moreton-in-Marsh Scott, William, Silverstone, Northampton, Shoemaker. June 21 at
3 at offices of Sheppard, Towcester Scragg, John, Rode Heath. Chester, Joiner. June 19 at 10.30 at
offices of Hollingshead, Tunstall Shanassy, John, Birkenhead, Chester, Grocer. June 23 at 3 at
office of Leeming, Duncan st, Birkenhead. Thompson, Birken
head Shreeve, George, and Samuel Wilsher, St Ann's rd, Tottenham
June 24 at 3 at 12, Bishopgato st Without. Cridge, Bishopgate st
Within Sirey, Amos, Rearling, Berks, Butcher. June 22 at 11 at offices
of Creed, the Forbury, Reading Sibson, Thomas, Leicester, Thomas, Timber Merchant. June 25 at
3 at offices of Stone and Co, Welford pl, Leicester Smallbone, George, Rotherwick, Hampshire, out of business. June
21 at 12 at offices of Creed, the Forbury, Reauling Spann, Samuel, Runcorn, Chester, Licensed Victualler. June 21 at
2 at offices of 25. Duke st, Liverpool. Day and Lake, Runcorn Stacey, William, Coventry, Upholsterer. June 22 at 11 at offices of
Goate, Priory row, Coventry Stevens, George, and Walter Stevens, Sidlesham, Sussex, Grocers.
June 22 at 3.30 at Dolphin Hotel, Chichester. Nye, Brighton Stevens, John, Devonport, Refreshment house Keeper. June 17 at
11 at offices of Square, George st, Plymouth Stevenson, Montague Dickin, Bath, Wine and Spirit Merchant.
June 21 at 2 at Grand Pump Room Hotel, Bath. Murley and Co Thomas, George, Chester, Auctioneer. June 16 at 11 at Grosvenor
Hotel, Chester, in lieu of the place originally named
3 at offices of Hollier and Williams, Penuel sa, Pontypridd Thornton, John Henry, Huddersfield, Auctioneer. June 23 at 11 at
offices of Sykes and Son, Market st, Huddersfield Tack, Thomas Powell, Lowes, Radnor, Farmer. June 23 at 3 at the
Crown Hotel, Hay. Cheese, Hay Turner, John Henry, Ewshott, near Farnham, Surrey, Builder.
June 16 at 11 at 13, Friar st, Reading. Dodd, Friar st, Reading Uwins, Alfred, Battle, Susses, Draper. June 18 at 11 at the Guild.
hall Coffee-house, Guildhall. Sheppard, Battle Viney, Robert, High st, Peckham, Grocer. June 23 at 3 at offices of
Woollacott, Old Broad st Ward, Jabez the younger, High Bentham, York, Draper. June 22
at 1 at the Royal Oak Hotel, High st, Bentham. Thoinpson, High
late a Colonel in 106th Regiment. June 23 at 3 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Lamb and Evett,
Brighton Warschawski, Saul, Thrapstone, Northampton, Clothier. June 19
at 1 at the Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. "Gaches, Peterborough Waters, Charles William, Southampton, Solicitor. June 22 at 2 at
offices of Adams and Co, Jewry st, Winchester Webster, Isaacs Rains, Seymour st, Euston sq, Grocer, June 21 at
3 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Windy bank, Finsbury. pavement Wells, Jonah, Kingston-on-Thames, Tailor. June 25 at 3 at offices
of Alsop and Co, Great Marlborough st Wharton, Edwari George, Northallerton, York, Cabinet, Maker.
June 18 at 3 at offices of Waistell, Northallerton Whild, William, Birmingham, Brewers Assistant. June 21 at 12 at
offices of Hodgson and Haigh, Waterloo st, Birmingham White, Joseph, Wolverhampton, Horse Dealer. June 19 at 11 at
offices of Rhodes, Queen st, Wolverhampton Wilcox, Isaac Francis, Hart st, Wood st, Licensed Victualler. July
1 at 3 at offices of Harcourt, Moorgate st Williams, David, Gilwern, Breconshire, Farmer June 23 at 12 at
the Angel Hotel, Abergavenny. Gardener, Abergavenny
Wills, Joseph, Cardiff, Mechanical Engineer. June 21 at 2 at offices | VATES & ALEXANDER. General Printers, Lons. of Downing, Vienna chambers, Bute Docks, Cardiff
1 dale Buildings, 27, Chancery-lane, immediately opposite the Winden, Louis, Reading, Berks, Grocer. June 21 at 3 at the
I AW, Parliamentary, and General Printing by cen's Head Hotel, Ashford. Norwood, Charing Wood, Marsh, Charlton, Kent, Yardman, June 23 at 3 at the U Yates & Alexander, 27, Chancery-lane.
Queen's Head Hotel, Canterbury. Hallett and Co, Ashford Worvill, William Ambrose, Tingewich, Bucks, Boot Maker. June STATEMENTS of Olaim and Defence, Affidavits, 25 at 3 at offices of Pellatt, High st, Banbury
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modern, substantial stone and brick built Freehold Warehouse The existing Red Inks rapidly destroy Steel Peps, and lose their red
Property, occupying one of the finest sites in this desirable and colour it used with other than Gold or Quill Pens, This new colour
rapidly improving locality. is a very rich scarlet red of great beauty. The colour of this ink İR M ESSRS. TATHAM are instructed to SELL by not affected by use upon parchnient, and is consequently of great IVT AUCTION, at the MART, Tokenhouse-yard, Bank, ou value to Solicitors and Draughtsmen.
MONDAY, JUNE 28, this magnificent pile of BUILDINGS, Ooru. Sold in stone bottles, retail at Is., 25., 3: ; and Imperial Quarts of
pying a very prominent position at the corner of Farringdon-Tower 41 ounces at 68. each. Also in glass bottles at 6d. and 1s. each.
and Cross-street, to both of which thoroughfares the property
very extensive frontages. The premises, which will be sold wat RESTAURANT PARISIEN possession, consist of a spacious basement, ground, and three upper (LATE MADME. JANET),
floors, all of which are lofty and exceedingly well lighted, and co
tain a total floor space of 17.750 square feet; they were espect 10, CASTLE-STREET, HOLBORN
built for carrying on the business of a druggists' sundriestan, (OPPOSITE THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY).
are suitable for many different trades. First-class I uncheon Bar for gentlemen in the neighbonbood. Public
Particulars and plans are now preparing, and in due time may be and Private Dining Rooms. Dinners for 39. 60., 48, 6d., 5s, 6d., 78. 60.,
I had of Messrs. Bullock & Worthington. Solicitors, Manchester and 10s. 68. Will be served in the Private Dining Rooms; no extra
Messrs. Chester, Mayhew, Holden, & Broome, Stapler, charge for room or pianoforte. Choicest Wines, Beer, and Spirits.
and of Messrs. Tatham, Auctioneers and Surveyors, 34, k.se Proprietors, DOBER BROTHERS.
way companies and other common carriers applied also to telephone companies. Having established their lines and adopted a uniform mode of serving the public,
consistent with their powers under their charter, they LONDON, JUNE 19, 1880.
must treat alike all persons similarly situated with respect to those lines. It was not for them to select whom they wonld serve, or impose conditions upon one class of
customers which did not apply to all other persons ocCONTENTS.
cupying the same relative position towards the company. CURRENT TOPICS:
Hence if the telephone company had established offices The Solicitors' Remuneration Bill...
625 of their own where instruments were placed and messages Telephone Law......
625 received, they would have been bound to receive and Mr. Morgan Lloyd's Bill to prohibit Canvassing at Parliamentary Elections
transmit all such messages as were tendered, without Form of Proceeding in Trade-mark Registration Cases ...... 625 favouring any one person or class of persons. But the The Madras Bar
526 Titles of Judges
Bell Telephone Company had chosen to carry on their 026
business in a different way. They had constructed their LEADERS: The Qualification of Town Councillors
main lines along certain streets, under a power in their
626 A Man and his Name
charter, and had held themselves out to the public as
... 627 RECENT DECISIONS
628 ready to supplyinstruments, and afford facilities for direct
communication, to residents and occupants of offices in REVIEWS
such streets. They were bound to treat all such residents CASES OF THE WEEK :Rolls v. The Vestry of St. George's, Southwark
or occupants with absolute impartiality, and could not
629 Webster v. The British Empire Mutual Life Assurance Com.
refuse to the American Union Telegraph Company facili. pany
ties which they granted to their next-door neighbours. Gathercole v. Smith
................ 630 Simpson, Davies, & Sons' Application, In re ................ 630 Arkwright v Newbold
............ 630 Steel v. Dixon....
631 SOCIETIES LAW STUDENTS' JOURXAL
MR. MORGAN Lloyd has introduced his promised Bill
to put a stop to canvassing at parliamentary elections,
682 APPOINTXENTS ...........
and the first two clauses certainly cannot be said to fail COMPANIES...........................
in stringency. Clause 1 proposes to provide that it shall SOLICITORS' CASES .................
not be lawful for any candidate before or during any CorxTY COURTS
633 parliamentary election, or for any agent of such candi. LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK ..............
634 | date-(1) “to ask for or solicit a promise from any voter CREDITORS' CLAIMS...............
to vote for or refrain from voting against any candidate COURT PAPERS
636 at such election;" or (2) “ to visit the houses, countingLEGAL NEWS
houses, workshops, or other places of business of any LONDON GAZETTES, &c., &C....
voter or voters for the purpose of canvassing, soliciting,
or inducing such voter or voters to promise to CASES REPORTED IN TAE WEEKLY REPORTER.
vote for or to refrain from voting against any can"Arizona,” The (Adm.Div.)
didate at such election ;” or (3) “to attempt by
............. 004 Briggs v. Briggs (Div.Div.)
702 letter, circular, or otherwise, to induce or prevail Houldsworth v. The City of Glasgow Bank and Liquidators (H.L.)
upon any voter to give a written promise to vote for or
677 London Joint Stock Bank v. Mayor and Aldermen of London
to refrain from voting against any candidate at such (App.)
eiection.” And any candidate or agent so offending is Metropolitan District Railway Company and Cosh, In re (App.) 685 Nisaler v. The Corporation of Hull (Q.B.Div.)
to be liable to forfeit £50 to any person who shall sue for
700 Queen, The, v. Cramp (C.C.R.)
701 the same. Not content with this, the Bill goes on to Queen's Benefit Building Society, Ex parte The, In re Threlfall (Bkcy.)..
provide (clause 2) that any candidate employing paid Saffron Walden Building Society v. Rayner (App.)
681 agents for the purpose of soliciting promises from voters Scaramanga & Co. v. Stamp and another (App.)
to vote for, or refrain from voting against, any candiSmee and others v. Smee and others (Prob. Div.)
date; or by himself or his agent visiting voters at their houses or places of business for the purpose of asking
for promises, and actually asking for such promises, CURRENT TOPICS.
shall be guilty of a "corrupt practice” within the meaning
of the Parliamentary Elections Act, 1868. These proviIT MAY BE WELL to remind our readers that the Solici absolutely
safe course for a candidate during a parlia
sions are so stringent that if they stood alone the only tors' Remuneration Bill passed the House of Lords on Tuesday last. It is tolerably clear that Lord Cairas'
mentary election would be to betake himself to a
capother Bills will not become law this session, but the height beyond the reach of voice or influence.
tive balloon,” and to survey his conetituency from a measure we have referred to may possibly be assented
But to in order to appease his lordship’s legislative ardour,
clause 3 allays the terror inspired by the two previous and no time should be lost in urging that the president shall apply to any public meeting.” At a public meet
clauses, for it provides that “nothing herein contained of the Incorporated Law Society for the time being should be named as one of the framers of the authorized ing, therefore, people may be canvassed to any extent;
and a public meeting is an indefinite term which means anything, from a handful of people to a crowd; and people may be visited at their houses to ask them to
attend the “public meeting" to be held in the same AN INTERESTING QUESTION in a new branch of law was street. The result of the passing of Mr. Morgan Lloyd's recently decided by the Circuit Court of St. Louis. Bill would probably be to multiply prodigiously the The Bell Telephone Company having refused to the number of election public meetings." American Union Telegraph Company the privilege, granted to occupants of other offices in the same street, of placing, on certain terms, a Bell telephone in their office, the American Union Company applied for IT WILL BE SEEN from a case noted elsewhere that a a mandamus to compel the grant of this privilege. form of proceeding in trade-mark registration cases The court held that the principles applicable to rail- | which has of late been not unfrequently employed has been
scale of charges.
decided by the Master of the Rolls to be irregular. Under the 16th of the Trade Mark Rules an opposed THE QUALIFICATION OF TOWN application for registration stands for the determination
COUNCILLORS. of the court upon security for costs being given by the In the case of Middleton v. Simpson (28 W. R. 629, opponent, and a copy of the applicant's counter-state-L. R. 5 C. P. D. 183), a question of considerable imment being forwarded to the opponent by the registrar; and in In re Brandreth (27 W. R. 281, L. R. 9°Ch. D. portance with regard to the qualification of town 618) it was held that this is the point from which the
councillors was decided. It was held that, to be eligible
for the office of town councillor, a candidate must be costs of the application are in the discretion of the court. When the case stands for the determination of the
“entitled to be on " the burgess roll within 5 & 6 Will. court, some mode of proceeding has to be employed by Vict. c. 40, s. 1, sub-section 2, and the burgess roll con
4, c. 76, 8. 28, as well as on" the roll within 38 & 39 which it may be brought under the notice of the court. taing his name is not conclusive evidence for this A practice may be said to have grown up-certainly it has been adopted in several cases, of which some are
purpose that he is entitled to be on the roll. We do not reported—by which the opponent has brought the matter impugn the correctnesss of this decision, but we are before the court by moving to restrain the registration, disposed to think the result not altogether satisfactory
. and has thus obtained the advantage, such as it is, of By the 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 76, s. 28, no person is to be opening the case. In In re Simpson, Davies, & Sons' qualified to be elected councillor of any borough who is Application, however, on Friday last, the Master of the
not entitled to be on the burgess list. By the 32 & 33 Rolls held that this form of proceeding was improper, residence for a year within the borough, or within seven
Vict. c. 55, s. 1, occupation of premises, rating, and and that it was for the applicant for registration to bring the matter before the court, and that the mode in
miles thereof, constitute the qualification ; but it is which this should be done was by taking the direction provided by section 3 that the occupier rated as in the of the judge as chambers as to the mode of trial, and Act mentioned shall be entitled to be elected a councillor then adopting the course directed.
if resident within fifteen miles of the borough, although by reason of his residence beyond seven miles from the borough he is not entitled to be on the burgess roll,
provided he is otherwise qualified. Under the law as it The issue of the Madras Standard, received by the stood prior to 38 & 39 Vict. c. 40, it appears to have last mail, gives a very discouraging account of the been well established that the candidate for the office of prospects of the Madras bar. There are, it is stated, town councillor must have been entitled to be on the nearly 150 legal practitioners to divide “the dwarfed, burgess roll. It was not sufficient that he was on the attenuated, and miserable-looking split pea known as
roll. By the 38 & 39 Vict. c. 40, s. 1, sub-sectiou 2, it Madras litigation.” These practitioners are divided into
is enacted that "
every person nominated shall be three classes, barristers, solicitors, and vakeels. The enrolled on the burgess list of the borough, or a vakeel may act as barrister and solicitor, and the person whose name is inserted in the separate list barrister is prohibited from accepting briefs from him.
at the end of the burgess roll as provided by section 3 of The vakeel may accept what fees he pleases, while the 32 & 33 Vict. c. 55, and shall be otherwise qualified to barrister is bound to adhere to the established fees. be elected.” It was contended for the respondent that Moreover, the vakeel can live on less than the barrister this provision prescribed a fresh qualification and im. or solicitor. “An average vakeel lives on an anna's pliedly repealed the 28th section of 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 76, worth of inferior rice per diem. His dress in comparison and the provisions by which the register is made con. with the cost of a barrister's apparel is as if Macaulay's clusive of the right to vote were cited in aid of this New Zealander in fig leaf and top boots were compared contention. The words “and shall be otherwise qualified to the Lord Chancellor of England in his robes on the to be elected” do not throw much light on the matter, woolsack.” If this last statement is true, we fear there for they may receive a meaning apart from any question is little hope for the Madras barrister. The best thing of the title to be on the burgess roll. There are personal he can do is to pack up his voluminous wardrobe and disqualifications such as infancy and so forth which may betake himself to some country less smitten with a desire be referred to. It appears to us that there is a good for cheap (and bare) justice.
deal of force in the contention of the respondent in the case we are discussing; but, on the other hand, there are some arguments against it which are very difficult to
get over, and which appear to have preponderated in the A FEW DAYS AGO & Queen's Counsel, while moving in a opinion of the court. case in the Exchequer Division, addressed one of the First of all, it is a general rule in the construction of learned judges as "Sir FitzJames Stephen,” whereupon statutes that one enactment is not to be construed as: his lordship corrected the title to Mr. Justice Stephen. overruling another unless the two cannot reasonably Counsel, in apologizing for the error, mentioned that stand together. Now, there is no absurdity in saying he had been led into it by the fact that another learned that in order to be qualified a man must both be entitled judge wished to be styled Sir Henry Hawkins; and to be on and be on the burgess roll. It may be argued ae might have added that yet another learned judge we think, with some cogency, that there is a difficulty in appears to desire to drop the “Mr.," and to share with a seeing why the being on the burgess roll is introduced once eminent financier and many foreign potentates the as an element of the qualification,
unless it was intended title of “Baron." To any other learned judge who may to be conclusive. It may be presumed that the object be in search of some designation distinguishing him from of going to the roll at all is that there may be a means his brethren we would respectfully commend the title of judging of the qualification of the candidate giren at by which the court is frequently addressed in petitions the time of the election, but if it is possible afterwards drafted by native pleaders in India—"The Presence." to go behind the roll and upset the election because the
candidate, though on the roll de facto, was not entitled to be so de jure, the object of the provision seems to a great
extent to be defeated. Still, no absolute absurdity was The Institut de Droit International will hold its petitioner. The Legislature may be conceived of as saying
suggested as arising from the construction of the annual meeting in the second week of September next that in order to be a candidate a man must have that prima at Oxford. It has met, since its foundation in 1873, at facie guarantee for his being qualified that arises from Geneva, the Hague, Zurich, Paris, and Brussels,
under his being on the roll. If a man, though qualified, has the presidency of MM. Mancini, Bluntschli, De Parieu, not got Himself put on the roll
, he cannot complain that and Rolin-Jacqaemyns respectively.
he is excluded from being a candidate. But it is not