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137 Ex McManus (Hogan and H) y Quinn (W A Brown)
BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. 138 CP Nickoll (J Harwood) v Nickoll and anr (Blachford and
FRIDAY, Jan. 7, 1880. 139 CP Mason (F Needham) v Elmslie and ors (In Person)
| Nicoll, Henry, Hatchett's Hotel, Dover'st. Dec 24 100 CP Jacobs and anr (M $ Rubinstein) v Meyers and anr (Kent and K)
Liquidations by Arrangement. 141 Es Newitt (Nelson, Son and H) v Paxton (Lucas and Sons) SJ
FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. 142 C P Western District Bank limd (Tilleard, G and H) v Brougham (Ullithorne and Co)
FRIDAY, Jan, 7, 1880.
Abrahams, Moses, Birmingham, Commission Agent. Jan 21 at 3 at 143 Ex Martin (W G Morris) v Posno (Green and C)
offices of Southall and Co, Waterloo st, Birmingham 14 CP Mortlock and anr (ÉTaylor) v Fitqgibbon and ors (Harting
Ashley, George, Birmingham, Grocer. Jan 17 at 3 at offices of and Son: Beaumont and W)
Plant, Cannon st, Birmingham 145 Ex Hounsell (E Hounsell) Luttman and anr (E Beall) 146 C P Bailey (Ashurst, M and Co) v Braun (T Micklem, junr)
Bagnall, Edward, West Bromwich, Stafford, Licensed Victualler.
Jan 19 at 11 at offices of Jackson and Sharpe, High st, West SJ
Bromwich 147 Ex Armitage (J Peace) v Underwood (Ellis, M and Co)
Baker, Thomas, Barton, Cambridge, Farmer. Jan 25 at 11 at offices 118 Ex Knowles (H J Liggins) v Steele (Wedlake and L) 149 C P Willis (Lewis and Sons) v Edwards (J E Coxwell)
of Wayman, Silver st, Cambridge 150 Q B Brown (Johnson and W) v The London and North Western
Barclay, James, Manchester, Potato Salesman. Jan 21 at 3 at offices Ry Co (RF Roberts) SJ
of Chew and Sons, Swan st, Manchester 151 Ex Chappell (W Eley) v 'The Eltringham Colliery Co (Pyke
Barker, George, Carlisle, Saw Maker. Jan 24 at 3 at offices of Wan
nop, Scotch st, Carlisle and P) 152 E, Hess (Same) v Rother (Plunkett and L)
Barnfield, Philip Edwin, Birmingham, Stone Mason. Jan 20 at 11
at offices of Stokes, Bennett's hill, Birmingham 153 Q B Pretlove (W'P Moore) North Met Tram Co (HC Godfray) SJ
Batty, Charles, and William Eldridge, Dungannon ter, Builders. 154 Q B McKenize (H W Christmas) v The General and Equitable
Jan 18 at 2 at Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn. Cayley, Jer
myn st Advance Co (JS Kisch) 155 A B Coombs (Best, Webb, and Co) v Riley (H Windybank)
Belcher, William Henry, Gloucester, out of business. Jan 14 at 11.30
at offices of Henderson, Berkeley st, Gloucester without jury 156 QB Dards (Ovans and Co) v Sparrow (In Person)
Bender, Henry, Scarborough, York, Proprietor of Medicated Baths. 157 Ex Ward EW Owles) v Leggatt (Tilley and S)
Jan 26 at 3 at offices of Welburn. Huntriss row. Scarborough 158 Ex Jennings (Keene, M ard B) v North Met Tram Co (H C
ohn, Leeds, Painter, Jan 24 at 11 at offices of Tennant Godfray) SJ
and Barrett, Albion st, Leeds 150 Ex Wilson (Taylor and J) v Great Western Ry Co (R R Nel
Breslaur, Louis, Great St Helens, Shipowner. Jan 17 at 12 at offices
of Palmer and Co, Railway Approach, London bridge. Grueber, son) 160 Q B Field (O V Field) v Baker and ors (E Lloyd)
Crosby sq, Bishopgate st
Briggs, James, Wyke, nr Bradford, York, Farmer. Jan 21 at 11 at . (To be continued.)
offices of Lancaster and Wright, Manor row, Bradford Brook, William Bobby, Rushmore rd, Clapton Park, Cigar Dealer.
Jan 16 at 12 at the Mason's Hall Tavern, Mason's avenve, Basing
hall st Fulcher, Horton rd, Hackney SALE OF ENSUING WEEK.!
Brownhill, Rowland William, Brickmaker, Walsall. Jan 20 at 11 Jan. 19.-Mr. ALFRED BEAL, at the Mart, at 1 for 2 p.m., Re at the George Hotel, Walsall. Wilkinson and Co version (see advertisement, Jan. 8, p. 4).
Burslem, Charles Frederick, Cheadle, Chester, Picker Manufacturer
Jan 21 at 3 at offices of Lawson, Peter st, Manchester
Bridge st, Walsall. Wright and Marshall, Birmingham
Carter, Thomas, Oxford, Cabinet Maker. Jan 21 at 10 at offices of
Druce, High st, Oxford
Chambers, William, Frizinghall, nr Bradford, Builder. Jan 20 at 11
at offices of Beverley, Hustlergate, Bradford Loves-grove, Cardiganshire, and of Calcutta, Esq., barrister Chaplin, James William, Birmingham, Clerk, Jan 26 at 3 at oflices at-law, of a son,
of Fitter, Bennett's hill, Birmingham Fixxis. –Jan. 9, at Prospect Apuse, Turnham-green,; the Chappell, Frederick Lloyd, Beer Retailer, St George, Gloucester. wife of Robert Fitz Fippis, solicitor, of a son.
Jan 15 at 11 at offices of Andrews, Nicholas st, Bristol. Ayre, ROGERS.-Jan. 6, at 84, Watergate-street, Chester, the wife of
Bristol William Rogers, solicitor, of twins- & son and daughter.
Chippendale, Needham, Ilkley, York, Plumber. Jan 21 at 11 at offices
of Margerison, Swan arcade, Market st, Bradford SWIFT.- Jan. 11, at 45, Westbourne-terrace, Hyde-park, the Chew, Robert, Warrington, Lancaster, Hotel Proprietor. Jan 18 wife of Herbert H. Swift, Esq., barrister-at-law, of a son. at 10.30 at the Patten Arms Hotel, Warrington. Harrison, WarMARRIAGE.
rington FITZGERALD - LENNARD.- Jan. 7. in Paris, by the Abbe Cleeton, Richard, Shrewsbury, Salop, Grocer. Jan 19 at 3 at offices Muller, and afterwards at the British Embassy, John D.
of Walford, Waterloo st, Birmingham FitzGerald, of the Jpner Temple, barrister-at-law, to Emma
Clements, Robert, Leicester, Cricket Outfitter. Jan 28 at 3.30 at Guild.
hall Tavern, Gresham st. Wright, Leicester Ysolda, daughter of Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard.
Crute, James, Watling st, Mantle Manufacturer. Jan 17 at 2 at DEATHS.
the Guildhall Coffeehouse. Phelps and Co, Gresham st DEUCE.-Jan. 10, Charles Druce, Esq., of Denmark-bill, and Cutting, John, Wyverstone, Suffolk, Farmer. Jan 31 at 12 at No. 10, Billiter-square, London, aged 88.
the Guildhalí, Bury St Edmunds. Salmon and Son, Bury St Ed.. O'Dowdå.-Jan. 8, Robert O'Dowda, barrister-at-law, late of munds the Supreme Court, Calcutta.
Dancer, John Thorcas, Barnsley, York, Grocer. Jan 19 at 4 at offices :
of Rideal, Chronicle chmbrs, Barnsley Denny, William Evans, Great St Helen's, Merchant. Jan 20 ac 2 at
offices of Parker and Co, Rectory House, St Michael's alley, Corn.
Duddridge, James, St George, Gloucester, Bricklayer. Jan 18 at 12
at offices of Ayres, Nicholas st, Bristol Under tbe Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
Dve. William Samuel, Woodcote ter, Forest hill, Grocer. Jan 21 at 2 Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
at offices of Pannell and Cartwright, Basinghall st. Harrison, To Surrender in London,
Pancras lane, Queen st Kaufmann, William, Wells st, South Hackney, Baker. Pet Jan 4.
Edwards, William, Exeter, Hat Manufacturer, Jan 19 at 11 at Craven
Hotel, Craven st, Strand. Gidley, Exeter
Eltringham, Matthew Dunn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Beerhouse Dunham, William, Prestcn in Holderness, York, Grocer. Pet Jan
Keeper. Jan 20 at 11 at offices of Johnston, Pilgrim st, Newcastle3. Rollit. Kingston upon Hull, Jan 21 at 3
upon-Tyne Johnson, William Jackson, Sunderland, Durham, Innkeeper. Pet
Finch, Robert George, Portland rd, South Norwood, Greengrocer. Jan 4. Ellis. Sunderland, Jan 18 at 11
Jan 20 at 2 at offices of Armstrong, Chancery lane Nuttall, William, Whetstone, Leicester, out of business. Pet Jan 3.
Floquet, Nicholas Paulin, Basinghall st. Glove Merchant. Jan 19 at Ingram. Leicester, Jan 21 at 11
3 at offices of Gresham and Davies, Basinghall st Pryer, Clement, Moss Side, nr Manchester, Commission Agent. Pet
Gibson, Solomon, Preston, Lancaster, Plumber, Jan 19 at 3 at offices Jan 3. Hulton. Salford, Jan 19 at 11
of Ambler, Cannon st, Preston Robertshaw, William, Bradford, York, Woolstapler. Pet Jan 5.
Goddard, Walter, Upwell, Cambridge, Farmer. Jan 27 at 1 at Lee, Bradford, Jan 25 at 12
Public Hall, Upper Hill st, Wisbech
Gray, Benjamin, Leicester, Cabinet Maker. Jan 21 at 3 at offices of
Loseby and Battiscombe, Market pl, Leicester
Grove, Thomas, Tenbury, Worcester, Gentleman. Jan 20 at 2.30 at
Grummitt, William Cotton, Burton Coggles, Lincoln, Farmer, Jan Lemny, Allan, Blackman st, Newington, Hosier. Pet Jan 7. Brough. 20 at 11 at offices of Manners and Schofield, London rd, Grantham ham, Jan 26 at 11
Hanson, Cornelius, Doncaster, York, Earthenware Dealer. Jan 22 To Surrender in the Country.
at 12 at offices of Matthew, Scot lane, Doncaster Milership, Thomas, Hereford. Pet Jan 8. Carless, jun. Hereford, Harbidge, Robert, Birmingham, Provision Dealer. Jan 18 at 3 at Jan 28 at 10.30
offices of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham Pinnick, A W , Totton, Hants, Wine Merchants. Pet Jan 7. Harrington, Arthur, Halstead, Greengrocer. Jan 24 at 11 at offices Daw, jun, Southampton, Jan 28 at 12
of Cardinall, Halstead Rowe, Elizabeth Cudlip, Tavistock, Devon. Pet Jan 6. Edmonds. | Hewitt, Benjamin, Shadwell, near Leeds, Foreman Quarryman. East Stonehouse, Jan 31 at noon
Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Ferns, Bank st, Leccis
Hill, Henry Frederick, Derby, late Grocer. Jan 20 at 3 at offices of White, William George, Sled, nr Stroud, Gloucester, out of business, Briggs, Amen alley, Derby
Jan 27 at 3.30 at the Railway inn, Stroud. Henderson, Gloucester Holmes, Thomas Marshall Faulkner, Aston, near Birmingham, Whitehead, Edward Wallis, Chatteris, Cambridge, Bntcher. Jan 19
Packing Box Maker. Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Fallows, Cherry st, at 3 at offices of Richardson, Chatteris. Richardson
Whitehouse, Joseph, and Edward James Whitehouse, Bodfari, Flint. Isaac, Mary Priscilla, and Josephine Charlotte Lourtie, North Ironfounders. Jan 24 at 11.30 at offices of Gold and Co, Denbigh
Audley st, Grosvenor sg, Boot and Shoe Makers. Jan 21 at 2 at Wickins, Frederick, Northampton, Grocer. Jan 18 at 11 at offices offices of Rooke and Sons, Lincoln's inn Fields
of Andrews, Market sq, Northampton James, Evans, Treorky, Rhondda Valley, Glamorgan, Grocer. Jan Wilcock, Joseph, Leeds, Tea Merchant. Jan 19 at 3 at the London 20 at 12 at offices of Morgan, Mill st, Pontypridd
Tavern, Mark lane. Simpson and Burrell, Leeds King, Alfred Richard, Blackthorn, Oxford, Miller. Jan 21 at 3 at Wood, John, Lydd, Kent, Farmer. Jan 24 at 2 at the George Hotel,
White Hart Commercial Inn, Corn Market st, Oxford. Evans Rye. Bannon, New Romney and Peacock, John st, Bedford row
TUESDAY, Jan. 11, 1881. Lindsay, William Piggott, Grenville Lodge, Hornsey Rise, Retailer
of Wines. Jan 25 at 3 at offices of Miles and Co, Bedford row Amor, George, Reading, Berks, Beerseller. Jan 25 at 11 at the For. Linthwaite, Thomas, Nottingham, out of business Jan 20 at 12 at bury, Reading. Luck
offices of Brittle, St. Peter's chambers, St. Peter's gate, Notting Archbell, James, Heckmondwike, York, Innkeeper. Jan 21 at 3 at ham
offices of Sykes, Heckmondwike Marley, Thomas, Shenfield, Essex, Builder. Jan 24 at 11 at offices Ashmore, Charles, Birmingham, Brick and Tile Dealer. Jan 24 of Pannell and Co, Basinghall st. Brown, Basinghall st
at 11 at offices of Parr and Hayes, Colmore row, Birmingham Masters, Thomas, Dorset, Farmer. Jan 20 at 11 at Antelope Hotel, Ayling, Henry, Petworth, Sussex, Saddler. Jan 26 at 2 at Cannon st Dorchester. Hanne, Weymouth
Hotel. Daintrey and Co, Petworth McNally, Michael, Consett, Durham, Beerhouse Keeper. Jan 19 at Baldwin, John, Burnley, Lancaster, Fancy Goods Dealer. Feb 3 at 2
11 at Alexandra Hotel, Clayton st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Welford, at Bull Hotel, Burnley. Nowell, Burnley Jun, Consett
Barnard, William, Great Ellingham, Norfolk, Farmer. Jan 25 Medworth, Richard Hipwell, Leicester, Hosier. Jan 31 at 3 at offices at 11.30 at offices of Chittock and Woods, Bank st, Norwich of Hincks, Bowling green st, Leicester
Beck, Abraham, and William Beck, West End Farm, Northolt, , Mills, Henry Lovick, Leeds, Grocer. Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Walker, Farmers. Jan 25 at 12 at the Chequers Hotel, Uxbridge. Hodg. South parade, Leeds
son Mitchell, John, South st, Enfield, Market Gardener. Jan 20 at 2 at Bedford, Daniel, Sydney st, Goswell rd, Harmonium Maker. Jan 26 offices of Rignell, Silver st. Enfield
at 3 at offices of Noon and Clarke, Blomfield st Moon, David, Denmark terrace, Wimbledon, Linen Draper. Jan 27 Bissell, John Naylor, Wigton, Cumberland, School Master. Jan 24 at 2 at offices of Copp. Essex st, Strand
at 11.30 at offices of Carrick and Son, Wigton Morley, William, and John Edwin Morley, Ryhall, Rutland, Farmers. Bond, James William, Bensham grove, New Thornton Heath, Oil Jan 26 at 3 at offices of Stapleton, St Paul's st, Stamford
and Colour Man. Jan 21 at 3 at 40, Southampton bldgs, Holborn, Morris, John, and David Morris, Llantrissant, Glamorgan, Colliery Cooper Proprietors. Jan 18 at 3 at Royal Hotel, Cardiff. Morgan, Ponty. Boulden, Josepb, jun, Southwark Market, Fruit Salesman. Jan 19 a'
3 at offices of Noton, Lombard st Munslow, Reuben, Droitwich, Worcester, Veterinary Surgeon. Jan Bromly, Thomas Houlding, Colchester, Machinist. Jan 25 at 12 at 20 at 11 at offices of Tree and Son, High st, Worcester
offices of Prior, Head st, Colchester Nixon, Henry, New Sleaford, Lincoln, Innkeeper. Jan 20 at 11 at Brown, James Henry, Colchester, General Dealer. Jan 24 at 3 at Old White Hart Hotel, New Sleaford. Foster and Co
offices of Prior, Head st, Colchester Page, Reuben, Aston, rr Birmingham, Builder. Jan 19 at 3 at offices Brown, Reuben William, Leicester, Builder. Jan 21 at 12 at offices of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham
of Burgess and Williams, Berridge st, Leicester Palmer, Edward Henry, Belsize rd, Finchley rd, Barrister-at-Law. Bullimore, Robert, Nottingham, Dyer. Jan 19 at 3 at offices of Belk,
Jan 21 at 11.30 at Law Institution, Chancery lane. Beaumont and Middle pavement, Nottingham
Burden, Edmund, New Park rd, Brixton hill, Tobacconist. Jan 25 Parker, Mark, Mildenhall, Suffolk, Market Gardener. Jan 24 at 12 at at l at offices of Fulton, Long acre
Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds. Salmon and Son, Bury St Edmunds Cambers, Benjamin, Leicester, Baker. Jan 25 at 3 at offices of Peters, George, Little Stanbridge, nr Rochford, Essex, Farmer, Jan Wright, Belvoir st 26 at 11 at offices of Lloyd, Finsbury chmbrs, London Wall
Chapman, Thomas, Bishop Auckland, Durham, Innkeeper. Jan 24 Pulling, Godfrey George, Newtown, Chester, Beer Seller. Jan 20 at 11 at offices of Proud, Market pl, Bishop Auckland at 11 at offices of Mason, Bridge st row, East
Church, Albert Thomas John, New Swindon, Wilts, out of business. Ratcliffe, Frederick, Chester, Boot and Shoe Dealer. Jan 14 at 3 at Jan 27 at 3 at offices of Boodle, Albion bldgs, New Swindon offices of Simpson and Hockin, Mount st, Manchester
Clarke, John, Fenton, Stafford, Beerseller. Jan 21 at 11 at offices John, Meltham. nr Huddersfield. Shopkeeper. Jan 19 at of Clarke and Hawley, Church st, Longton 11 at offices of Ramsden and Co, John William st, Huddersfield Clegg, Myers, Elland nr Halifax, Cabinet Maker. Jan 24 at 11 at Rice, Richard John, Norwich, Coach Builder. Jan 17 at 12 at Creditors' Association, Crown st, Halifax Prince of Wales' Feathers, St Lawrence
Cory, George, Astcote, Northampton, Baker. Jan 27 at 3 at offices Ringham, Walter, Manchester, Bedding Manufacturer. Jan 21 at 3 of Sheppard, Towcester at offices of Sutton and Elliott, Fountain st
Coulson, Thomas, Hilton, Huntingdon, Farmer. Jan 25 at 2 at Rodger, Wesley Allan, Woolston, nr Southampton. Presbyterian offices of Cranfield, Market Hill, St Ives
Minister Jan 26 at 3 at offices of Stocken and Jupp, Lime st Coy, Charles, Nottingham, Wine Merchant. Jan 26 at 4 at offices Sconrfield, John, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan, Grocer. Jan 21 at 3 at of Acton, Victoria st, Nottingham offices of Davies, Mill st, Pontypridd
Cumberland, Henry, jun, Edgbaston, Picture Frame Manufacturer, Seitz, Christian, Brook st, Ratcliff, Pork, Butcher. Jan 17 at 10.15 Jan 21 at 3 at offices of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham
at Bromley st, Commercial-road East. Hicks, Victoria-park-road Darwin, Henry, Birmingham, out of business. Jan 21 at 3 at offices Slater, Edward and William Slater, West st, Hackney, Boot and of Parry, Colmore row, Birmingham
Shoe Manufacturers. Jan 13 at 3 at offices of Biggenden, Well st, Davis, Robert, Hockley, Essex, Farmer. Jan 24 at 1 at South WestHackney
ern Hotel, Gillingham. Watts, Yeovil Southall, John, Birmingham, Fruiterer. Jan 19 at 3 at offices of Dodd, Matthew, Brampton, Cumberland, Chemist. Jan 20 at 3 at Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham
Scotch Arms Inn, Brampton. Forster, Brampton Stott, James, Huddersfield, Paper Manufacturer. Jan 20 at 3 at | Douglas, John, Bloxwich, Stafford, Beerhouse Keeper. Jan 22 at offices of Sykes and Son, Market st, Huddersfield
12 at offices of Forrest, Church st Oldbury Strickland, Charles, Thorner, York, Gent. Jan 19 at 3 at offices of Druce, Henry, Eastbourne, Sussex, Confectioner. Jan 25 at 12 at Watson, Great George st, Leeds
2 Gresham buildings, Basinghall st. Lamb and Evett, Brighton Sutton, Henry, Harley mews North, Harley st. Jan 21 at 3 at offices Eastwood, James, Oldham, Lancaster, Cotton Waste Dealer. Jan of Tidy, Sackville st, Piccadilly
25 at 3 at Wheatsheaf Hotel, Fennel st, Manchester. Lawton, Tanner. James George. Brook st. Ratcliffe. Licensed Victualler Manchester
Jan 15 at 10.30 at offices of Hicks, Bromley st, Commercial rd Eden, Robert Charles, Park place, Westminster, Hotel Keeper. Jan
English, Marianne, Leeds, Manufacturing Confectioner. Jan 21 at Tavlor, Samuel, Glastonbury, Somerst, Baker. Jan 25 at 12 ai 1 at offices of Rooke and Midgley, White Horse st, Boar lane, offices of Bath, Chilkwell st, Glastonbury
Leeds Thomas, Philemon, Cardiff, Bookseller. Jan 20 at 11 at offices of Ferrington, Martha, Market pl, Stockwell, Linendraper. Jan 25 at Morgan and Scott, High st, Cardiff
3 at offices of McDonald, Queen Victoria st. Piesse and Son, Old Tucker, William Alfred, Plumstead, Kent, retired from business. Jewry chambers Jan 17 at 1 at offices of Peake, Brewer st, Woolwich
Fidkin, Joseph, Aston New Town, juxta Birmingham, Builder. Jan Tucker, William Tavlor, Linkinhorn, Cornwall, Farmer. Jan 19 at 24 at 11 at offices of Powell and Browett, Ann st, Birmingham at 11 at offices of Nicolls and Blight, Callington
Fray, Edward James, Salford, Grocer. Jan 31 at 3 at offices of Wood. Varley, William, Colton, York. Jan 18 at 2 at offices of Brearey, all and Marriott, Norfolk st, Manchester Museum st, York
Gibbes, Edwin John, Kennington rd, Lambeth, Grocer, Jan 28 at 3 Walker, John, Drighlington, York, Farmer. Jan 26 at 11 at offices at offices of Carr and Co, Rood lane of Terry and Co, Market st, Bradford
Gibbs, John, Great Yarmouth, Lugger Owner. Jan 25 at 11 at office Walton, Richard, Markfield, Leicester, Farmer. Jan 26 at 1 at of Cowl, Bridge Foot, Great Yarmouth offices of Hunter and Curtis, Halford st, Leicester
Gosling, Joseph, Upland rd, Peckham Rye, Grocer. Jan 24 at 3 at Weaver, Alfred Edward. Liverpool, Provision Dealer, Jan 19 at 3 Mullen's Hotel, Ironmonger lane, Cheapside. Wild and Co, Iron
at offices of Roose and Price, North John st, Liverpool. Quinn and monger lane Son, Liverpool
Gosnold, George, Horfield, Gloucester, Boot Factor. Jan 21 at 2 at Weavers, Robert, Kenninghall, Norfolk, Farmer. Jan 21 at 12 at offices of Clifton and Carter, Broad st, Bristol Crown Inn, Diss. Lyus, Harleston
Gospel, William, Bugthorpe,;York, Shoemaker. Jan 25 at 12 at office Whalley, James, Withnell, Labourer. Jan 21 at 3 at offices of Hol. of Munby and Scott, Blake st, York land Northgate, Blackburn
Grindrod, Charles Frederick, Albion rd, Stoke Newington, Physician. White, Frederick James, and Thomas Dredge White, Southsea, Jan 26 at 1 at offices of Tanner, Circus pl, Finsbury circus
Hants, Builders. Jan 21 at 3 at the Sussex Hotel, Commercial rd, Groner, Bernard, and Henry Brabyn, Redcross st, Furriers. Jan 24 Landport. Walker and Wainscot, Landport
at 2 at offices of Wells, Paternoster row White, Joseph, Bradford, York, Worsted Spinner. Jan 20 at 11 at
Thomas Scargill, Askern, York, Clerk to Local Board. Jan offices of Killick and Co, Commercial Bank bldgs, Bradford.
25 at 11 at offices of Shirley and Co, St George gate, Doncaster
Haines, Albert, Ernest, Hove, Sussex, Boot Salesman, Jan 25 at 3 Surtees, Anthony, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland. Jan 25 at 11 at at 13, New Bridge st. Mardwell, Brighton
offices of Brown, Union st, Sunderland Hall, Joshua, and James Johnson, Moldgreen, Huddersfield, Painters. Swiffen, James, Sawtry All Saints, Huntingdon, Farmer. Jan 31
Jan 24 at 11 at offices of Milnes and Swift, New st, Huddersfield at 12 at the Angel Hotel, Peterborough, Richardson and Son, Hall, Richard, Leicester, Builder. Jan 25 (and not 19 as erroneously Oundle
printed in last Gazette), at 3 at offices of Hincks, Bowling Green Swindlehurst, Thomas, Preston, Lancashire, Roller Maker. Jan 24 st, Leicester
at 3 at offices of Edelston, Winckley st, Preston Hamilton, Robert, Gt Yarmouth, Licensed Victualler. Jan 27 at 11 Tolley, James, Aston-juxta-Birmingham, Clerk. Jan 21 at 12.30 at at offices of Cowl, Bridge Foot, Gt Yarmouth
offices of Parry, Colmore row, Birmingham Hammond, William, Barrow-in.Furness, Coal dealer. Jan 19 at 3 Towerzey, George, Fairfax rd, South Hampstead, Dyer, Feb 3 at 4 At Shelley's Arms Hotel, Fishergate, Preston. Sims, Barrow-in at offices of Yorke and Wharton, Conduit st, Bond st Furness
Tucker, William Holmes, Buckland, Dover, Carpenter. Jan 25 at Handcock, George, Gateshead, Durham, Joiner. Jan 21 at 3 at 1.30 at Guildhall Coffee house. Mowll, Dover offices of Sewell, Grey st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Tunstall, Henry Thomas, Newport, Monmouth, Hairdresser. Jan 24 Handley, Francis, Brighton, Residential Club Proprietor. Jan 27 at at 12 at offices of Gibbs and Llewellyn, Bridge st, Newport 3 at offices of Lamb and Evett, Ship st, Brighton
Ullivero, Peter Thomas, Melling, nr Liverpool, Licensed Victualler. Hattersley, Robert, Church Fenton, York, Blacksmith. Jan 25 at 3 Jan 24 at 3 at offices of Christian and Greenway, Harrington st, at offices of Dale, Blake st, York
Liverpool Hazard. John Lewis. Norfolk ter. Westbourne gr. Printer. Jan 25 Umpleby. Ralph Petty. Pateley Bridge. York. Farmer. Jan 24 at 12
at ll at offices of Browne, Westbourne gr. Tilsley, Abchurch yd at offices of Bateson and Hutchinson, Harrogate Heaford, Ernest Clement, Madeley, Salop, Grocer. Jan 24 at 3 at | Verrall, Charles, Brighton, Auctioneer. Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Nye, offices of Phillips and Co, Shifnal
North st, Brighton Hebeler, Henry, Tracey st, Kennington rd, Baker. Jan 25 at 2 at Ward, William Burley, Salford, Lancaster, Fish Salesman. Jan 28 offices of Sydney and Son, Finsbury circus
at 11 at offices of Sampson, South King st, Manchester Hewlett, Edwin, Lawn pl, Shepherd's bush, Provision Merchant. Warren, Alfred Charles, Ipswich, Grocer. Jan 24 at 12 at offices of Jan 26 at 2 at offices of Rouse, Bucklersbury
Birkett and Bantoft, Princes st, Ipswich Hipwell, Henry, Chalfont St Peter's, Bucks, out of business. Jan Warren, John Bosley, and George Harding Warren, Charles st 26 at 1 at Chequers Hotel, Uxbridge. Hodgson
Bristol, out of business. Jan 26 at 2 at offices of Mosely, Clare st, Howson, James, Preston, Lancaster, Wholesale Baker. Jan 25 at 3 Bristol at County Court, Winckley st, Preston. Spencer, Preston
Welch, Elizabeth, Middlesborough, Tobacco Dealer. Jan 26 at 11 at Hutchings. John Hawkins, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Smack Owner. offices of Thomas, Market-cross-chmbrs, Stockton-on-Tees Jan 24 at 2 at offices of Nicholson, Old Nelson-st. Lowestoft
Wells, John Barrett, Seaham, Durham, Licensed Victualler. Jan 26 Jackson, William Pete, Mold, Flint, of no occupation. Jan 25 at 2 at 11.30 at offices of Wright, Tempest place, Seaham Harbour at Queen's Hotel, Chester. Roberts, Mold
White, Frederick James, and Thomas Dredge White, Southsea, Jarvis, William, Rve-lane, Peckham, Pork Butcher. Jan 24 at 3 at Hants, Builders. Jan 24 at 11 at the Sussex Hotel, Commercial rd, offices of Mayo, Kennington Park rd
Landport, Walker and Wainscot Johnson, Edwin, Findern, Derby, Farmer. Jan 24 at 1 at offices of Whitehand, William Richard, Deopham, Norfolk, Corn Merchant. Fulton, Long-acre
Jan 25 at 3 at offices of Sadd and Linay, Theatre st, Norwich Jones, Charles, Barrow-in-Furness. Blast Furnaceman. Jan 18 at Wilkinson, James, Huddersfield, Innkeeper. Jan 29 at 2 at 11 at Trevelyan Temperance Hotel, Barrow-in-Furness. Sims, the White Swan Hotel, Kirkgate, Huddersfield. Freeman, Hud. Barrow-in-Furness
dersfield Jones, James, Wolverhampton, Lock Manufacturer. Jan 25 at 3 at Williams, William Alltree, Birkenhead, Chester, Plumber, Jan 26 offices of Willcock, Queen's Chambers, North st, Wolverhamp at 3 at offices of Thompson, Hamilton st, Birkenhead
Wrightson, William, jun, Dover, Military Outfitter. Jan 25 at 3 at Knowles, Charles Williams, Thorne, York, Chemist. Jan 25 at 2 a
Guildhalí Coffeehouse. Mowll, Dover Angel-inn, Doncaster. Hind and Everett, Goole
Young, William, Stockinbridge, Gloucester, Innkeeper. Jan 24 at 12 Lacey, Thomas James, Milkwood rd, Brixton, Furniture Dealer. at offices of Smith and Stafford, Bedford st, Stroud
Jan 19 at 2 at offices of Hope, Chancery lane
ottices of Fisher and Co, Ashby-de-la Zouch
Anti-Dyspeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder. ham
Guaranteed Pure Soluble Cocoa of the Finest Quality, with the Lindsay, William Piggott, Grenville Lodge, Hornsey Rise, Brewer. excess of fat extracted. Jan 25 at 3 at offices of Smiles and Co. Bedford row
The Faculty pronounce it “the most nutritious, perfectly digestible Macfarlane, Donald, Morton Bagot. Warwick, Farmer. Jan 19 at beverage for Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper, and invaluable for
3 at Great Western Hotel, Colmore row, Birmingham. Glaisyer, Icvalids aad Children." Birmingham
Highly commended by the entire Medica 1Press. Martin, Edward, and George Clay Filsher, Hanley, Stafford, China Bring without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it suits all palates, Dealers, Jan 18 at 11 at Queen's Hotel, Hanley. Ashmall, Hanley
keeps better in all climates, and is four times the strength of cocoas MeAliece, John, Bridgnorth, Salop, Currier. Jan 27 at 3 'at Swan TEICKENED yet WEAKENED with starch, &c., and IN REALITY CHEAPER Hotel, Bridgnorth. Haslewood, Bridgnorth
than such Mixtures. Millington, James, Bootle, Butcher. Jan 27 at 2 at offices of Made instantaneously with boiling water, a teaspoonful to a BreakDavios, the Temple, Dale st, Liverpool
fast Cap, coating less than a halfpenny. Miliwood, George John, ('oningsby road, Ealing, Builder. Jan 25 COCOATINA A LA VANILLE is the most delicate, digestible, cheapest at 3 at offices of Ives, King st West, Hammersmith
Vanilla Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is proNeale. William Buchanan, Mincing lane, Tea Merchant. Feb 1 at hibited. 2 at offices of Linklater and Co, Walbrook
In tin packets at 18, 6d., 38., 5s. 60., &c., by Chemists and Grocere, Nicholls, William, Rowley Regis, Stafford, Royalty Master, Jan 24
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LONDON, JANUARY 22, 1881.
THE CONCURRENCE of an early meeting of Parliament and a late Easter will enable the House of Lords to hold a continuous sitting of three months. The first list
contains ten appeals, including six from Scotland CONTENTS,
and one from Ireland. The English cases include
The Metropolitan Asylums District Managers v. Hill CURREXT TOPICS .................
(the arguments in which were concluded last Tuesday) TER DALE CASE ............. ............
and Mackonochie v. Lord Penzance. Castro v. Reg, has THE DIGXITY OF JUDGES........
214 RECEST DECISIONS ...............................
also been set down for hearing, but it is not in. REVIEWS ..................
cluded in the first list. Of the appeals argued SOCIETIES
before Christmas, the only one standing for judgment is CASES OF THE WEEK :In re Gothenburg Commercial Company
The Commissioners of Public Works V. Angus, in
217 In re Dale and In re Enraght ................................
which the opinions of the judges have not yet been deSaldanha v. Andrews ........................................ 219
livered. CASES BEFORE THE BANKRUPTCY REGISTRARS:Ex parte Brown, Re Inns......
219 SOLICITORS' CASES ................
220 THE EXTRAORDINARY FALL OF SNOW, which for some MASSIOX HOTSE POLICE COURT .......
time rendered the streets of the metropolis almost imLEGAL APPOINTMENTS ...
220 COXPAXIES .....
221 passable, has naturally drawn attention to the provisions LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL.......
221 which the Legislature has made for these disastrous NEW ORDERS.............................................
events. CREDITORS' CLAIMS ...........................................
Those provisions, as regards the footways in the LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK ................................
226 metropolis, are, as we have pointed out on former occaLEGAL NEWS ..........
sions, tolerably satisfactory. By the Metropolis ManageLONDON GAZEITES, &c., &c.....
ment Act, 1855, s. 117, it is enacted that “every vestry shall cause any footway within their parish or district to
be scraped, swept, or cleansed in such manner and at CASES REPORTED IN THE WEEKLY REPORTER.
such times as they think fit,” but it is expressly provided Augustinus v. Nerinckx (App.)
that this enactment is not to relieve any occupier from Baines v. Bromley (Ex.Div.) .....
any liability to scrape, sweep, or cleanse, or cause to be Blenkhorn v, Penrose (Ch. Div. Fry, J.)....
237 Campbell, In re. Campbell v. Campbell (Ch.Div. V.C.B.) 233 scraped, swept, or cleansed, any part of any such footway, Carrard v. Meek (C.P.Div.).....
244 or from any penalty for neglect so to do. This liability Conacher v. Conacher (Ch.Div. M.R.)....................... 230 Dawkins v. Simonetti (Ap
of the occupier (independently of local Acts affecting Dicconson, In re (Lncy)
222 particular parishes in the metropolis) depends on the 60th Grainger v. Aynsley (C.P.Div.)..
212 Hooper v. London and North-Western Railway (C.P.Div.) 241
section of the Metropolitan Police Act, 1839 (2 & 3 Vict. Latter v. Braddell and wife and Sutcliffe (C.P. Div.)
239 C. 47), by which a maximum penalty of forty shillings is Leonard, In re. Theobald v. King (Ch.Div. V.C.B.)
234 imposed on every occupier of a house within the MetroLord Southampton's Estate, In re. Allen v. Lord Southampton. Banfather's claim (Ch.Div. V.C.M.) ........
politan Police District," who shall not keep sufficiently Markham, In re. Markham v. Markham (A
228 swept and cleansed all footways adjoining to the National Mercantile Bank, Ex parte. In re
227 Porter v. West (Ch.Div. Fry, J.) .....
premises occupied by him.” Queen, The, v. George Salmon, John Salmon, and Arthur Han
cock (C.C.R) ......... . .................................. 246 Roose, In re. Evans v. Williamson (Ch.Div. M.R.) .......... Sheen, Ex parte. In re Thomas (1
THE CASE for the defence in the Dublin “State Smith v. Cowell (App.).....
227 Trial" has given rise to some further discussions as to Starla v. Freccia (H.L.) ................
the admissibility of evidence, which have led to the Sykes and Co.'s Trade-marks, In re (Ch.Div. V.C.H.).... Vernon v. Vestry of St. James, Westminster (App.) ....... 222 withdrawal of one of the most important counts in the
information-namely, that which charged a seditious conspiracy between the defendants and other persons unknown, to cause and create discontent and disaffection amongst the subjects of the Queen, and to excite and
promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between difTHE MASTER OF THE ROLLS will continue to take causes
ferent classes of her Majesty's subjects. A witness was without witnesses during the whole of the cause-days of
called for the defence to give evidence as to the number
of evictions upon a particular estate since 1818, and the next week.
admission of the evidence was supported by the argu
ment that it would show the causes which had led to the WE ARE BEQUESTED TO STATE that none but actions in formation of the Land League, and would negative the which the cause of action arose in Surrey, will be taken existence of any malicious or seditious intent on the part at the ensuing Surrey Assizes.
of its members. Mr. Justice FITZGERALD said that the general terms of the last count of the indictment
rendered it difficult to exclude the evidence tendered, WE ARE GLAD to hear that the illness of Lord Justice | but he suggested the withdrawal of that count, BRETT, in consequence of which the Court of Appeal did to which course the Attorney-General ultimately not hold any sitting on Thursday, is not of a serious
agreed, and the court then refused to admit character.
the evidence as a defence to the other counts.
There is no doubt that in criminal cases conSINCE THE CHANCERY CAUSE LIST was printed, more siderable latitude must necessarily be allowed in adthan sixty causes with witnesses have been set down mitting evidence to negative a criminal motive, but if before the Master of the Rolls. It is anticipated that a Mr. MacDonogh's contention, that the number of evic. transfer of a large portion of these causes to Mr. tions since 1848 was material under the whole indict. Justice FRY will be made in the course of next week. ment, had been successful, there would have been (as
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