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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
BIRTHS.

Etaxs.—Jan. 3, at Abermaed, the wife of G. H. P. Evans, of

Loves-grove, Cardiganshire, and of J Calcutta, Esq., barrister

at-law, of a son. Teems.—Jan. 9, at Prospect House, Turnham-greon,", the

wife of Robert Fitz Finnic, solicitor, of a son. Bogeks.—Jan. 6, at 81, Watergate-street, Chester, the wife of

William Rogers, solicitor, of twins—a son and daughter. SwirT.—Jan. 11, at 45, Westbourne-terrace, Hyde-park, the

wife of Herbert H. Swift, Esq., barrister-at-law, of a Sod. MARRIAGE.

yiTzjBKALD — Lbxnard.— Jan. 7. in Paris, by the Abbe Mnller, and afterwards at the British Embassy, John D. FitzQersM, of the Inner Temple, barrister-at-law, to Emma Tsolda, daughter of Sir Taomas Barrett Lennard.

DEATHS.

Drvcb.—Jan. 10, Charles Drnce, Esq., of Denmark-hill, and

No. 10, Billiter-sqoare, London, aged 88. O'dowda.—Jan. 8, R ibert O'Dowda, barrister-at-law, late of

the Supreme Court, Calcutta.

LONDON GAZETTES.

BaDtrupu.

Fbidat, Jan. 7, 1880. Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors most forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in London. Kaufmann, William, Wells Btf South Hackney, Baker. Pet Jan 4. Brougham. Jan 18 at 11

To Surrender in the Conntrv. D"nLam, William, Preston in Holderness, York, Grocer. Pot Jan

3. Bollit. Kingston upon Hull, Jan 21 nt 3 Johnson, William Jackson, Sunderland, Durham, Innkeeper. Pet

Jan 4. Ellis. Sunderland, Jan IB at 11 Nimall, William, Whetstone, Leicester, out of business. Pet Jan 3,

Ingram. Leicester, Jan 21 at 11 Pryer, Clement, Moss Side, nr Manchester, Commission Agent. Pet

Jan 3. Hulton. BaUord, Jan 19 at 11 Rnbertshaw, William, Bradford, York, Woolstapler. Pet Jan 5. Lee. Bradford, Jan 25 at 12

Tuesdat, Jan. 11,1881. Under th« bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in London. Lemay, Allan, Blackman st, Ncwiugton, Hosier. Pet Jan 7. Broughham. Jan 26 at 11

To Surrender in the Country. UMlerthip, Thomas, Hereford. Pet Jan b. Carless, jun. Hereford. Jan 20 at 10.30

Pinnick, A W , Totton, Hants, Wine Merchants. Pet Jan 7.

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BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. Fbidat, Jan. 7, 1880. Nicoll, Henry, Hatchett's Hotel, Dover st. Dec 24

Liquidations by Arrangement.

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Friday, Jan. 7, 1880. Abrahams, Moses, Birmingham, Commission Agent. Jan 21 at 3 at

offices of Southall and Co, Waterloo st, Birmingham Ashley, George, Birmingham, Grocer. Jan 17 at 3 at offices of

Plant, Cannon st, Birmingham Bagnall, Edward, West Bromwich, Stafford, Licensed Victualler. Jan 19 at 11 at offices of Jackson and Sharpe, High st, West Bromwich

Baker, Thomas, Barton, Cambridge, Farmer. Jan 25 at 11 at offices

of Wayman, Silver st, Cambridge Barclay, James, Manchester, Potato Salesman. Jan 21 at3 at offices

of Chew and Sons, Swan st, Manchester Barker, Georgo, Carlisle, Saw Maker. Jan 24 at 3 at offices of Wan

nop, Scotch st, Carlisle Barnfield, Philip Edwin, Birmingham, Stone Mason. Jan 20 at II

at offices of Stokes, Bennett's hill, Birmingham Battj*, Charles, and William Eldridge, Dungannon ter, Builders.

Jan 18 at 2 at Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn. Cayley, Jer

myn st

Belcher, William Henry, Gloucester, out of business. Jan 14 at 11.30

at offices of Henderson, Berkeley st, Gloucester Bender, Henry, Scarborough, York, Proprietor of Medicated Baths.

Jan 26 at 3 at offices of Wei burn. Huntriss row. Scarborough Blackburn, John, Leeds, Painter. Jan 21 at 11 at offices of Tennant

and Barrett, Albion st, Leeds Breslaur, Louis, Great St Helens, Shipowner. Jan 17 at 12 at offices

of Palmer and Co, Railway Approach, London bridge. Grueber,

Crosby sq, Bishopgato st Briggs, James, Wyke, nr Bradford, York, Farmer. Jan 21 at 11 at

offices of Lancaster and Wright, Manor row, Bradford Brook, William Bobby, Rushmore rd, Clapton Park, Cigar Dealer.

Jan 10 at 12 at the Mason's Hall Tavern, Mason's avenve, Bas>ing

hall st Fulchcr, Horton rd, Hackney Brownhill, Rowland William, Brickmaker, Walsall. Jan 20 at 11

at the Georgo Hotel, Walsall. Wilkinson and Co Burslcm, Charles Fredeiick, Cheadle, Chester, Picker Manufacturer

Jan 21 at 3 at offices of Lawson, Peter st, Manchester Carless, John, Walsall, Stafford, Provision Dealer. Jan 21 at 3 at 2,

Bridgo st, Walsall. Wright and Marshall, Birmingham Carter, Thomas, Oxford, Cabinet Maker. Jan 2L at 10 at offices of

Druce, High st, Oxford Chambers, William, Frizinghall, nr Bradford, Builder. Jan 20 at II

at offices of Beverley, Hustlorgate, Bradford Chaplin, James William, Birmingham, Clerk. Jan 26 at 3 at offices

of Fitter, Bennett's lull, Birmingham Chappell, Frederick Lloyd, Beer Retailer, St George, Gloucester.

Jan 15 at 11 at offices of Andrews, Nicholas st, Bristol. Ayro,

Bristol

Chippendale, Needham, Ilkley, York, Plumber. Jan 21 at 11 at offices of Margcrison, Swan arcade. Market st, Bradford

Chew, Robert, Warrington. Lancaster. Hotel Proprietor. Jan 18 at 10.30 at the Patten Arms Hotel, Warrington. Harrison, Warrington

Cleeton, Richard, Shrewsbury, Salop, Grocer. Jan 19 at 3 at offices of Watford, Watorloo st, Birmingham

Clements, Robert , Leicester, Cricket Outfitter. Jan 28 at 3.30 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Wright, Leicester

Crute, James, Watling st, Mantle Manufacturer. Jan 17 at 2 at the Guildhall Coffeehouse. Phelps and Co, Gresham st

Cutting, John, Wyverstone, Suffolk, Farmer. Jan 31 at 12 at the Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds. Salmon and Son, Bury St Edmunds

Dancer, John Thomas, Banisley, York, Grocer. Jan 10 at 4 at offices of Ridoal, Chronicle chmbrs, Banisley

Denny, William Evans, Great St Helen's, Merelinnt, Jan 20 ac 2 at offices of Parker and Co, Rectory House, St Michael's alley, Cornhill

Dobson, George, Frcshfield, nr Liverpool, Photographer. Jan 28 at 3 at Washington Temperance Hotel, Lime st, Liverpool. Nadin,. Manchester

Duddridge, James, St George, Gloucester, Bricklayer, Jan IS at 12

at offices of Ayres, Nicholas st, Bristol Dye, William Samuel, Woodcote ter, Forest hill, Grocer. Jan 21 at 2

at offices of Pannell and Cartwright, Basinghall st. Harrison,

Pancras lane, Queen st Edwards, William, Exeter, Hat Manufacturer, J:iu 19 at 11 at Craven

Hotel, Craven st, Strand. Gidley, Exoter Eltringham, Matthew Dunn, Newcastle-upon-Tvne, Beerhouse

Keeper. Jan 20 at 11 at offices of Johnston, Pilgrim st, Newcustle

upon-Tyne

Finch, Robert George, Portland rd, South Norwood, Greengrocer.

Jan 20 at 2 at offices of Armstrong, Chancery lano Floquet, Nicholas Paulin, Basinghall «t, Glove Merchant. Jan 19 at

3 at offices of Gresham and Davles, Basinghall st Gibson, Solomon, Preston, Lancaster, Plumber. Jan 19 at 3at offices

of Ambler, Cannon st, Preston Goddard, Walter, Upwell, Cambridge, Farmer. Jan 27 at 1 at

Public Hall, Upper Hill st. Wisbech Gray, Benjamin, Leicester, Cabinet Maker. Jan 21 at 3 at offices of

Loseby and Battiscombc, Market pi, Leicester Grove, Thomaw, Teubury, Worcester, Gentleman. Jan 20 at 2.30 at

Com Exchange Hall, Tenbury. Norris and Miles, Teubury Grummitt, William Cotton, Burton Goggles, Lincoln, Farmer. Jon

20 at 11 at offices of Manners and Schofield, London rd, Grantham Hanson, Cornelius, Doncastcr, York, Earthenware Dealer. Jan 22

at 12 at offices of Matthew, Scot lane, Doncastor Harbidge, Robert, Birmingham, Provision Dealer. Jan 18 at 3 at

offices of Jaqiies, Temple row, Birmingham Harrington, Arthur, Halstead, Greengrocer. Jan 24 at 11 at offices

of Cardinal], Halstead Hewitt, Benjamin, Shadwell, near Leeds, Foreman Quarrymau*

Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Ferns, Bank st, Leeds

Hill, Henry Frederick, Derby, late Grocer. Jan 20 at 3 at offices of

Briggs, Amen alley, Derby Holmes, Thomas Marshall Faulkner, Aston, near Birmingham,

Packing Box Maker. Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Fallows, Cherry st,

Birmingham

Isaac. Mary Priscilla, and Josephine Charlotte Lourtie, North Audley st, Grosvenor sq, Boot and Shoe Makers. Jan 21 at 2 at offices of Rookc and Sons, Lincoln's inn Fields

James, Evans, Treorky, Rhondda Valley, Glamorgan, Grocer. Jan 20 at 12 at offices of Morgan, Mill st, Pontypridd

King, Alfred Richard, Blackthorn, Oxford, Miller. Jan 21 at 3 at "White Hart Commercial Inn, Corn Market st, Oxford, Evans and Peacock, John st, Bedford row

Lindsay, William Piggott, Grenville Lodge, Hornsey Rise, Retailer of Wines. Jan 26 at 3 at offices of Miles and Co, Bedford row

Linthwaito, Thomas, Nottingham, out of business Jan 20 at 12 at offices of Brittle, St. Peter's chambers, St. Peter's gate, Nottingham

Marley, Thomas, Shenfield, Essex, Builder. Jan 24 at 11 at offices

of Pannell aHd Co, Basinghall st. Brown, Basinghall st Masters, Thomas, Dorset, Farmer. Jan 20 at 11 at Antelope Hotel,

Dorchester. Hanne, Weymouth MeNally, Michael, Consett, Durham, Beerhouse Keeper. Jan 19 at

11 at Alexandra Hotel, Clayton st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Welford,

Jun, Consett

Medwortb, Richard Hipwell, Leicester, Hosier. Jan 31 at 3 at offices

of Hincks, Bowling green st, Leicester Mills, Henry Lovick, Leeds, Grocer. Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Walker,

South parade, Leeds Mitchell, John, South st, Enfield, Market Gardener. Jan 20 at 2 at

offices of Rignell, Silver st. Enfield Moon, David, Denmark terrace, Wimbledon, Linen Draper. Jan 27

at 2 at offices of Copp. Essex st, Strand Morley, William, and John Edwin Morloy, Ryhall, Rutland. Farmers.

Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Stapleton, St Paul's st, Stamford Morris, John, and David Morris, Llantrissant, Glamorgan, Colliery

Proprietors. Jan 18 at 3 at Royal Hotel, Cardiff. Morgan, Pontypridd

Munslow, Reuben, Droitwich, Worcester, Veterinary Surgeon. Jan

20 at 11 at offices of Tree and Son, High st, Worcester Nixon, Henry, New Sleaford, Lincoln, Innkeeper. Jan 20 at 11 at

Old White Hart Hotel, Now Sleaford. Foster and Co Pago. Reuben, Aston, r r Birmingham, Builder. Jan 19 at 3 at offices

of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham Palmer, Edward Henry, Belsizo rd, Finchley rd, Barrister-at-Law.

.lau 21 at 11.30 at Law Institution, Chancery lane. Beaumont and

Warren, Chancery lano Parker, Mark, Hildenhall, Suffolk, Market Gardener. Jan 21 at 12 at

Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds. Salmon and Son, Bury St Edmunds Peters, George, Little Stanbridgc, nr Rochfnrd, Essex, Farmer. Jan

26 at 11 at offices of Lloyd, Finsbury chmbrs, London Wall Pulling, Godfrey George^ Newtown. Chester, Beer Seller. Jan 20

at 11 at offices of Mason, Bridge st row, East Rateliffe, Frederick, Chester, Boot and Shoo Dealer. Jan 14 at 3 at

offices of Simpson and Hockin, Mount st, Manchester Haynor, John, Moltham, nr Huddersflcld, Shopkeeper. Jan 19 at

11 at offices of Ramsdcn and Co, John William st, Huddcreficld Rice, Richard John, Norwich, Coach Builder. Jan 17 at 12 at

Prince of Wales' Feathers, St Lawrence Binghain, Walter, Manchester, Bedding Manufacturer. Jan 21 at 3

at offices of Sutton and Elliott, Fountain st Rodger, Wesley Allan, Woolston, nr Southampton. Presbyterian

Minister. Jan 26 at 3 at offices of Stockcn and Jupp, Lime st Scourfleld, John, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgnn, Grocer. Jan 21 at 3 at

offices of Davies, Mill st, Pontypridd Sett/.. Christian, Brook st, Ratcliff, Pork, Butcher. Jan 17 at 10.15

at Bromley st. Commercial-road East. Hicks, Victoria-park-road Slater, Edward and William Slater, West st, Hackney, Boot and

Shoe Manufacturers. Jan 13 at 3 at offices of Biggenden, Well st,

Hackney

Soutlmll, John, Birmingham, Fruiterer. Jan 19 at 3 at offices of

Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Stott, James, Huddersflcld, Paper Manufacturer. Jan 20 at 3 at

offices of Sykes and Son, Market st, Huddersfleld Strickland, Charles, Thorner, York, Gent. Jan 19 at 3 at offices of

Watson, Great George st, Leeds Sutton, Henry, llarley mews North, Harley st. Jan 21 at 3 at offices

of Tidy, Sackvillc st, Piccadilly Tanner, James George, Brook st, Rateliffe, Licensed Victualler.

Jan 15 at 10.30 at offices of Hicks, Bromley Ft, Commercial rd Taylor, James, Leeds, Iron Moulder. Jan 20 at 10.30 at offices of

Wells, Cookridgc st, Leeds Taylor, Samuel, Glastonbury, Somcrst, Baker. Jan 25 at 12 at

offices of Bath, Chilkwell st, Glastonbury Thomas, Philemon, Cardiff, Bookseller. * Jan 20 at 11 at offices of

Morgan and Scott, High st, Cardiff Tucker, William Alfred, Plumstead, Kent, rotired from business.

Jan 17 at 1 at offices of Peake, Brewer st, Woolwich Tucker, William Taylor, Linkinliom, Cornwall, Farmer. Jan 19 at

at U at offices of Nicolls and Blight, Callington Varley, W'illiam, Colton, York. Jan lb at 2 at oflices of Brearey,

Museum sc, York Walkor, John, Drighlington, York, Farmer. Jan 20 at 11 at offices

of Terry and Co, Market st, Bradford Walton, Richard, Markficld, Leicester, Farmer. Jan 26 at 1 at

offices of Hunter and Curtis, Halford st, Leicester Weaver, Alfred Edward, Liverpool, Provision Dealer. Jan 19 at 3

at offices of Roose and Price, North John st, Liverpool. Quinn and

Son, Liverpool

Weavers, Robert, Kenninghall, Norfolk, Farmer. Jan 21 at 12 at Crown Inn, Diss. Lyus, Harleston

WhalUy, James, Withnell, Labourer. Jan 21 at 3 at offices of Holland Northgato, Blackburn

White, Frederick James, and Thomas Dredge White, Southsen, Hants, Builders. Jan 21 at 3 at the Sussex Hotel, Commercial rd, Landport. Walker and Wainscot, Landpnrt

"White, Joseph, Bradford, York, Worsted Spinner. Jan 20 at 11 at offices of Killick and Co, Commercial Bank bldgs, Bradford.

White, William George, Sled, nr Stroud, Gloucester, outof business.

Jan 27 at 3.30 at the Railway inn, Stroud. Henderson, Gloucester Whitehead, Edward Wallis, Chatteris, Cambridge, Bntcher. Jan 19

at 3 at offices of Richardson, Chatteris. Richardson Whitehouse, Joseph, and Edward James Whitehouse,Bodfari, Flint,

Ironfounders. Jan 21 at 11.30 at offices of Gold and Co, Denbigh Wickins, Frederick, Northampton, Grocer. Jan 18 at 11 at offices

of Andrews, Market sq, Northampton Wilcock, Joseph, Leeds, Tea Merchant. Jan 19 at 3 at the London

Tavern, Mark lane. Simpson and Burrell, Leeds Wood, John, Lydd, Kent, Farmer. Jan 24 at 2 at the George Hotel,

Rye. Baunon, New Romney

Tuksuat, Jan. 11, 1881.

Amor, George, Reading, Berks, Beerseller. Jan 25 at 11 at the For

bury, Reading. Luck Archbell, James, Heekmondwike, York, Innkeeper. Jan 21 at 3 at

offices of Sykes, Heekmondwike Ashmore, Charles, Birmingham, Brick and Tile Dealer. Jan 21

at 11 at offices of Parr and Hayes, Colmoro row, Birmingham Ayling, Henry, Petworth, Sussex, Saddler. Jan 26 at 2 at Cannon st

Hotel. Daintrey and Co, Petworth Baldwin, John, Burnley, Lancaster, Fancy Goods Dealer. Feb 3 at 2

at Bull Hotel, Burnley. Nowell, Burnley Barnard, William, Great Ellingham, Norfolk, Farmer. Jan 25

at 11.30 at offices of Chittock and Woods, Bank st, Norwich Beck, Abraham, and William Bock, West End Farm, Northolt,

Farmers. Jan 25 at 12 at the Chequers Hotel, Uxbridge. Hodgson

Bedford, Daniel, Sydney st, Goswell rd, Harmonium Maker. Jan2G

at 3 at offices of Noon and Clarke, Blomfield st Bissell, John Naylor, Wigton, Cumberland, School Master. JanSfr

at 11.30 at offices of Carrick and Son, Wigton Bond, James William, Bensham grove, New Thornton Heath, Oil

and Colour Man. Jan 21 at 3 at 10, Southampton bldgs, Holboro.

Cooper 4 Boulden, Joseph, jun, Southwark Market, Fruit Salesman. Jan 19 a

3 at offices of Noton, Lombard st Bromly, Thomas Houlding, Colchester, Machinist. Jan 25 at 13 at

offices of Prior, Head st, Colchester Brown, James Henry, Colchester, General Dealer. Jon 21 at 3 at

offices of Prior, Head st, Colchester Brown, Reuben William, Leicester, Builder. Jan 21 at 12 at offices

of Burgess and Williams, Bcrridge st, Leicester Bullimorc, Robert, Nottingham, Dyer. Jan 19 at 3 at offices of Belk,

Middle pavement, Nottingham Burden, Edmund, New Park rd, Brixton hill, Tobacconist. Jan 25

at 1 at offices of Fulton, Long acre Cambers, Benjamin, Leicester, Baker. Jan 25 at 3 at offices of

Wright, Belvoir st Chapman, Thomas, Bishop Auckland, Durham, Innkeeper. Jan 21

at 11 at offices of Proud, Market pi, Bishop Auckland Chnrch, Albert Thomas John, New Swindon, Wilts, out of business.

Jan 27 at 3 at offices of Boodlo, Albion bldgs, New Swindon Clarke, John, Fenton, Stafford, Beerseller. Jan 21 at 11 at offices

of Clarke and Hawley, Church st, Longtou Clegg, Myers, Elland nr Halifax, Cabinet Maker. Jan 21 at 11 at

Creditors' Association, Crown st, Halifax Cory, George, Astcote, Northampton, Baker. Jan 27 at 3 at offices

of Sheppard, Towcestcr Coulson, Thomas, Hilton, Huntincdon, Farmer. Jan 25 at 2 at

offices of Cranfield, Market Hill, St Ives Coy, Charles, Nottingham, Wine Merchant. Jan 20 at 1 at [offices

of Acton, Victoria st, Nottingham Cumberland, Henry, jun, Edgbubt/tn, Picture Frame Manufacturer.

Jan 21 at 3 at offices of Jaquos, Temple row, Birmingham Darwin, Henry, Birmingham, out of business. Jan 21 at 3 at offices

of Parry, Colmoro row, Birmingham Davis, Rolwrt, Hockley, Essex, Farmer. Jan 21 at 1 at South Western Hotel, Gillingham. Watts, Yeovil Dodd, Matthew, Brampton, Cuml>erland, Chemist. Jan 20 at 3 at

Scotch Arms Inn, Brampton. Forstor, Brampton Douglas, John, Bloxwich, Stafford, Beerhouse Keeper. Jan 22 at

12 at offices of Forrest, Church st Oldbury Druce, Henry, Eastbourne, Sussex, Confectioner. Jan 25 at 12 at

2 Grcsham buildings, Basinghall st. Lamb and Evett, Brighton Eastwood, James, Oldham, Lancaster, Cotton Waste Dealer. Jan

25 at :i at Wheatsheaf Hotel, Fennel st,-Manchester. Lawton, Manchester

Eden, Robert Charles, Park place, Westminster, Hotel Kocper. Jan

25 at 12 at Guildhall Coffeehouse. Mowll, Dover English, Marianne, Leeds, Manufacturing Confectioner. Jan 21 at

1 at offices of Rooko and Midgley, White Horse st, Boar lane,

Leeds

Ferrington, Martha, Market pi, Stockwell, Liuendrnper. Jan 25 at

3 at offices of McDonald, Queen Victoria st. I'iesisc and Son, Old Jewry chambers

Fidkin, Joseph, Aston New Town, jnxta Birmingham, Builder. Jan 'H at 11 at offices of Powell and Browett, Ann st, Birmingham

Fray, Edward James, Salford, Grocer. Jim31at 3a.Lofticesof Woodall and Marriott, Norfolk st, Manchester

Gibbes, Edwin John, Keimington rd, Lambeth, Grocer. Jan 28 at 3 at oflices of Carr and Co, Rood lane

Giblw, John, Great Yarmouth, Lugger Owner. Jon 25 at 11 at office of Cowl, Bridge Foot, Great Yarmouth

Gosling, Joseph, Upland rd, Peckham Rye, Grocer. Jan 21 at 3 at Mullen's Hotel, Ironmonger lane, Cheapside. Wild and Co, Ironmonger lane

Gosnold, George, Horflcld, Gloucester, Boot Factor. Jan 21 at 2 at

offices of Clifton and Carter, Broad st, Bristol Gospel, William, Bugthorpe/York, Shoemaker. Jan 25 at 12 atofflCG

of Mnuby and Scott, Blake st, York Grindroi, Charles Frederick, Albion rd, Stoke Newington, Physician.

Jan 20 at 1 at offices of Tanner, Circus pi, Finsbury circus Groner, Bernard, and Henry llrahyn, Redcross st, Furriers. Jan 21

at 2 at offices of Wells, Paternoster row Haigli, Tbonnis Scargill, Askcni, York, Clerk to Local Board. Jan

25 at 11 at offices of Shirley and Co, St George guto, Doncastcr

Haines, Albert, Ernest, Hove, Sussex, Boot Salesman. Jan 25 at 3

at 13, New Bruise st. Maydwell, Brighton Ball, Joshua, and James Johnson, Moldgreen, Huddersfield, Painters.

Jan 24 at 11 at offices of Milnes nnd Swift, New Bt, Huddersfield Hall, Richard, Leicester, Builder. Jan 25 (and not 10 as erroneously

printed in last Gazette), at 3 at offices of Hincks, Bowling1 Green

e-t, Leicester

Hamilton, Robert, Gt Yarmouth, Licensed Victualler. Jan 27 at 11 at offices of Cowl, Bridge Foot, Gt Yarmouth

Hammond, William, Barrow-in-Furness. Coal dealer. Jan 19 at 3 at Shelley's Arms Hotel, Fishergate, Preston. Sims, Barrow-inFuraess

Handcock. George, Gateshead, Durham, Joiner, Jan 21 at 3 at

offices of Be well, Grey st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne HandiCT, Francis, Brighton, Residential Club Proprietor. Jan 27 at

3 at offices of Lamb and Evett, Ship st, Brighton Hauersley, Robert, Church Fenton, York, Blacksmith. Jan 25 at 3

at offices of Dale, Blake st, York Hazard. John Lewis, Norfolk ter, Westbourne gr, Printer. Jan 25

at 11 at offices of Browne, Westbourne gr. Tilsley, Abchurch yd Ueaford, Ernest Clement, Madeley, Salop, Grocer. Jan 21 at 3 at

offices of Phillips and Co, Shifnal Hebeler, Henry, Tracey st, Kennington rd, Baker. Jan 25 at 2 at

offices of Sydney and Son, Finsbury circus Hewlett, Edwin, Lawn pi. Shepherd's bush, Provision Merchant.

Jan 26 at 2 at offices 01 Rouse, Bucklersbury Hipwell, Henry, C half not St Peter's, Bucks, out of business. Jan

26 at 1 at Chequers Hotel, Uxbridge. Hodgson Howstm, James, Preston. Lancaster, Wholesale Baker. Jan 25 at 3

at County Court, Winckley st, Preston. Spencer, Preston Huictuiigs, John Hawkins, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Smack Owner.

Jan 24 at 2 at offices of Nicholson, Old Nelson.st, Lowestoft Jackson, William Pete, Mold, Flint, of no occupation. Jan 25 at 2

at Queen's Hotel, Chester. Roberts, Mold Jarvis, William, Rye-lane, Peckham, Pork Butcher. Jan 2-1 at 3 at

offices of Mayo, Kennington Park rd Johnson, Edwin, Findem, Derby, Farmer. Jan 24 at 1 at offices of

Fulton, Long-acre Jones, Charles, Barrow-in-Furness. Blast Fumaceman. Jan 18 at

11 at Trevelyun Temperance Hotel, Barrow-in-Furness. Sims, Barrow-in - Furn ess

JoDes, James, Wolverhampton, Lock Manufacturer. Jan 25 at 3 at offices of Willcock, Queen's Chambers, North st, Wolverhampton

Knowles, Charles Williams, Thorn*1, York, Chemist. Jan 25 at 2 a A11 gel-inn, Doncaster. Hind aud Everett, Goole

Lacey, Thomas James, Milkwood rd, Brixton, Furniture Dealer. Jan 19 at 2 at offices of Hope, Chancery lano

Lawrance, Richard, Ibstock, Leicester, News Agent. Jan 25 at 11 at offices of Fisher and Co, Ashby-de-la Zoucli

Lewi*. John, Redd itch, Worcester, Draper. Jan 25 at 3 at Great Western Hotel, Monmouth st. Birmingham. Simmons, Birmingham

Liriil-iiv, William Piggott, Grenvillo Lodge, Hornsey Rise, Brewer.

Jan 25 at 3 at offices of Smiles and Co. Bedford row Miicf.trlane, Donald, Morton Bagot, Warwick, Farmer. Jan 19 at

3 at Great Western Hotel, Colmore row, Birmingham. Glaisyer,

Birmingham

Martin, Edward, and George Clay Filsher, Hanley, Stafford, China

Dwilera. Jan Is at 11 at Queen's Hotel, Hanley. Ashmall, Hanley McAliece, John, Bridgnorth, Salop, Currier. Jan 27 at 3 at Swan

Hotel, Bridgnorth. Haslewood, Bridgnorth Millir.gton, James, Bootle, Butcher. Jan 27 at 2 at offices of

Davios, the Temple, Dale st, Liverpool Millwood, George John, Coningsby road, Ealing, Builder. Jan 26

at :* at offices of Ives, King st West, Hammersmith Neale, William Buchauan, Mincing lane, Tea Merchant. Feb 1 at

2 at offices of Linklatcr and Co, Walbrook Nichnlls, William, Rowley Regis, Stafford, Royalty Master. Jan 24

at t at offices of Warmington, CaBtle st, Dudley Nicholson, Thomas, Lamesley, Durham, Joiner. Jan 21 at 3 at offices

*.f MoMly, Clayton st West, Newcastle Nind, Benjamin, Beer lane, Great Tower st, Shipping Agent. Jan

24 at 11 at Mullen's Hotel, Ironmonger lane, Cneapside. White,

Queen st, Cheapside Otway, William, Weston, Suffolk, Licensed Victualler. Jan 25 at

1? -'*> at Hall Quay chambers. Great Yarmouth. Dowsett, Beccles Palmer, John, Gorloston, Suffolk, Fishing Boat Owner. Jan 24 at

at offices r»MJowl,'Bridge Foot, Great Yarmouth Patrick*ou, Jonn, Carlisle, Saddler. Jan 27 at 3 at offices of

Waunop, Scotch st, Carlisle Pratt, William, Ipswich, Dancing Master. Jan 28 at 12 at offices of

Pollard, St Lawreucc st, Ipswich Pride, Edward, Handsworth, Stafford, Builder. Jan 18 at 3 at offices

of Plant. Cannon st, Birmingham Pne*lman, John, Manchester, Tailor. Jan 31 at 3 at offices of Simp

Mtu and Hot kin. Mount st, Albert sq, Manchester Rhdt liff, William Henry, Liverpool, Cattle Salesman. Jan 24 at 2 at

offices of Banks and Kendal, North John st, Liverpool Ratcliffe, Eliza, Morden, Lancaster, Cotton Waste Spinner. Jan 2G

at :i at offices of March, Lord st, Rochdale Bee*, David, Talygarreg, Cardigan, Licensed Victualler. Jan 22 at

12 at the Black Lion Hotel, New Quay. Jones, Aberystwith Ridge, Martin, J arrow, Durham, Tailor. Jan '11 at 11 at offices of

M<<*ly, Clayton st, West, Newcastle on Tyno R'/i.t-iTiS, Uffis, Commercial rd, Lambeth, Timber Merchant. Jan

Tt at 2 at offices of Wells, Paternoster row Rutin tree, John, Middleton, York, Farmer. Jon 25 at 2 at offices of

Waistell, Northallerton Serres, John Charles, Nottingham, Draper. Jan 21 at 3 at offices of

Beck, Middle pavement, Nottingham Slater, Henry, Ashsted, Birmingham, out of business. Jan 22 at

h).'%) at offices of East, Temple st, Birmingham Sottthey, Samuel James, Gunnislake, Cornwall, Butcher. Jan 25 at

12 at offices of Klworthy and Co, Courtcnay st, Plymouth Stevenson, WilJiam, Worth, Sussex, Miller. Jan 21 at 2 at offices of

Pearltss uud Beeching, Tunbridge Wells

Surtees, Anthony, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland. Jan 25 at 11 at

offices of Brown, Union st, Sunderland Swiffen, James, Sawtry All Saints, Huntingdon, Farmer. Jan 31

at 12 at the Angel Hotel, Peterborough. Richardson and Son,

Oundle

Swindlehurst, Thomas, Preston, Lancashire, Roller Maker. Jan 24

at 3 at offices of Edelston, Winckley st, Preston Tolley, James, Aston-juxta-Birmingham, Clerk. Jan 21 at 12.30 at

offices of Parry, Colmore row, Birmingham Towerzoy, Gaorgo, Fairfax rd, South Hampatead, Dyer. Feb 3 at 4

at offices of Yorke and Wharton, Conduit st, Bond st Tucker, William Holmes, Buokland, Dover, Carpenter. Jan 25 at

1.30 at Guildhall Coffee house. Mowll, Dover Tunstall, Henry Thomas, Newport, Monmouth, Hairdresser. Jan 24

at 12 at offices of Gibbs and Llewellyn, Bridge st, Newport Ullivero, Peter Thomas, Melling, nr Liverpool, Licensed Victualler.

Jan 24 nt 3 at offices of Christian and Greenway, Harrington st,

Liverpool

Umplcby, Ralph Petty, Pateley Bridge, York, Farmer. Jan 24 at 12

at offices of Bateson and Hutchinson, Harrogate Verrall, Charles, Brighton, Auctioneer. Jan 20 at 3 at offices of Nye,

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