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MR. JUSTICE JACKSON. Sir Henry Mather Jackson, baronet, of Llaatilio Court, Monmouthshire, one of the newly-appointed judges of the Queen's Bench Division, died at 61, Portland-place, on the 8th inst., at the age of fifty. The deceased was the eldest son of the late Sir William Jackson, who was M.P. for Newcastle'nnder-Lyme, and afterwards for North Derbyshire, and who was created a baronet in 1869, and his mother was a daughter ot the late Lieutenant Thomas Hughei, R.N. He was horn in 1831. and succeeded (0 the baronetcy upon his lather's death in 1876. He was educate! at Harrow, and at Trinity College, Oxford, where he graduated second class in classics in 1853, and he was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Michaelmas Term, 1355. He was at an early period successful in obtaining business, and for many years he had a large junior practice in the Court of Chancery. He also attended the sittings of the Lincaater Court of Chancery, where he was for some years one of the acknowledged leaders. In 1873 he received a silk gown from Lord Selborne, when he selected the court of VioeChancellor Bacon, where he has been the leader since Mr. Kay withdrew from regular praotice in that court. In 1S65 he was an unsuccessful candidate for the borough of Birkenhead in the Liberal interest. In July, 1867, he became a candidate for the representation of Coventry, and succeeded in defeating Mr. Alexander Staveley Hill, Q.C, at the general election. In December, 1868, he stood for the same borough in conjunction with the late Mr. Samuel Carter, but he lost his seat, Messrs. Eaton and Hill, the two Conservative candidates, being returned. Ho again stood for the borough with Mr. Carter in 1874, when he was returned second on the poll, Mr. Eaton being at the head; and at the general election of last year he stood with Mr. William Henry Wills, and was placed at the heid of the poll, the two Conservatives, Mr. Eaton and Mr. Kekewiob, Q.C, being defeated. Sir H. Jackson gave a steady support to Mr. Gladstone, whether in or out of office, and he was a very useful member of the House. He introduced and carried the Partition Act of 1876. He was e man of very amiable and genial disposition, and was universally popular both in his profession, and in the House of Commons. Sir H. Jackson served as a member of the Royal Commission on Cathedral Establishments. He had been engaged in many important company cases, including Prtk v. Gurney, and Oakes v. Tarquand, in the House of L^rds. He had also a large experience in bankruptcy and in patent suits. He had been spoken of as likely to become Solicitor-General in the event of the promotion of either of the present law officers, and his selection for one of the vacant puisne judgeships occasioned no surprise. When he accepted the appointment he was too ill to take his seat, but it had been hoped that he would be able to be • worn in within a few days. Sir H. Jackson was a bencher of Lincoln's-inn, and a magistrate and deputylieutenant for Monmouthshire. He was married in 1854 fo the daughter of Mr. Thomas Buddicum Blackburne, of Grange House, Birkenhead, and he leaves two sons and three daughters. He is succeeded in the baronetcy by his eldest son, Henry Mather Jackson, who was born in 1855.


SOLICITORS' REMUNERATION. A Bill intituled an Act for making better provision respecting the remuneration of Solicitors in Conveyancing and other non-contentious Business. Be it enacted, &c.:


L Short title; extent; interpretation.'] (1.) This Act may be cited as the Solicitors' Remuneration Act, 1881. (2.) This Act does not extend to Scotland. (3.) In this Act—

"Solicitor" means a solicitor or proctor qualified according to the statntes in that behalf:

"Client" includes any person who, as a principal, or on tehalf of another, or as trustee or executor, or in any other

oapacity, has power, express or implied, to retain or employ, and retains or employs, or is about to retain or employ, a solicitor, and any person for the time being liable to pay to a solicitor, for his services, any costs, remuneration, charges, expenses, or disbursements:

"Person" inclndes a body of persons corporate or uninoorporate. "Incorporated Law Sooiety" means, in England, the sooiety referred to under that title in the Aot passed in the session of the twenty-third and twentyfourth years of her Majesty's reign, intituled " An Aot to amend the Laws relating to "Attorneys, Solicitors, Proctors, and Certificated Conveyanoers ;" and, in Ireland, the sooiety referred to under that title in " The Attorneys and Solicitors Aot, Ireland, 1866."

General Orders.

2. Power to make General Orders for remuneration in conveyanting, §c.] In England, the Lord Chancel Ijr, the Lord Chief Justice of England, the Master of the Roll'. «nd the President for the time being of the Incorporated Law Society, or any three of them, the Lord Chancellor being one, and, in Ireland, the Lord Chancellor, the Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, the Master of the Rolls, and the President for the time being of the Incorporated Law Society, or any three of them, the Lord Chaucellor beiDg one, may from time to time make any such General Order as to them seems fit for prescribing and regulating the remuneration of solicitors in respect of business connected with sales, purchases, leases, mortgages, settlements, and other matters of conveyancing, aud in respect of other business not being business in any action, or transacted in any court, or in the chambers of any judge or master, and not being otherwise contentious business, and may revoke or alter any such order.

3. Comviwiication to Incorporated Law Society.'] One month at least before any such General Order shall be made, the Lord Chancellor shall cause a copy of the regulations and provisions proposed to be embodied therein to be communicated in writing to the Counoil of the Incorporated Law Society, who shall be at liberty to submit such observations and suggestions in writing as tbey may think fit to offer thereon; and the Lord Chancellor, and the other persons hereby authorized to make such order, shall take into consideration any such observations or suggestions which may be submitted to them by the s lid council within one month from the day on which such communication to the said council shall have been made as aforesaid, and, after duly considering the same, may make such order, either in the form or to the effect originally communicated to the said council, or with such alterations, additions, or amendments, as to them may seem fit.

4. Principles of remuneration.] Any General Order under this Act may, as regards the mode of remuneration, prescribe that it shall be according to a scale of rates of commission or percentage, varying or not in different classes of bnsiness, or by a gross snm, or by a fixed sum for each document prepared or perused, without regard to length, or in any other mode, or partly in one mode and partly in another, or others, and may, as regards the amount of the remuneration, regulate the same with reference to all or any of the following, among other, considerations; (namely,)

The position of the party for whom the solicitor is concerned in any bnsiness, that is, whether as vendor or as purchaser, lessor or lessee, mortgagor or mortgagee, and the like:

The place, district, and circumstances at or in which the business or part thereof is transacted:

The amount of the capital money or of the rent to which the business relates:

The skill, labour, and responsibility involved therein on the part of the solicitor:

The number and importance of the documents prepared Or perused, without regard to length:

The average or ordinary remuneration obtained by solicitors in like business at the pissing of this Act.

5. Security for coats and interest on disbursements.] Any General Order under this Act may authorize and regulate the taking by a solicitor from his client of security for fnture remuneration in accordance with any such order, to be ascertained by taxation or otherwise, and the allowance of interest on money disbursed by a solicitor for his client.

6. Order to be laid before Houses of Parliament; disallow-! ance on address.] (I.) Any General Order under this Act I shall not take effect unless and until it has beeu laid before each House of Parliament, and ona month thereafter has elapsed.

(2.) If within that month an address is presented to the Queen by either House, seeking the disallowance of the order, or part thereof, it shall be lawful for her Majesty, by Order in Council, to disallow the order, or that part, and the order or part disallowed shall not take effect.

7. Effect of Order as to taxation.] As long as any General Order under this Act is in operation, ihe taxation of bills of coats of solicitors shall be regulated thereby.


8. Power for solicitor and client to agree on form and amount of remuneration.] (1.) With respect to any business to whioh the foregoing provisions of this Act relate, whether any General Order under this Aot is in operation or not, it shall be competent for a solicitor to make an agreement with his client, and for a client to make an agreement with his solicitor, before or after or in the oourse of the transaction of any suoh business, for the remuneration of the solioitor, to suoh amount and in such manner as the solicitor and the olient think fit, either by a gross sum, or by oommisaion or percentage, or by salary, or otherwise; and it shall be competent for the solioitor to accept from the client, and for the olient to give to the solioitor, remuneration accordingly.

(2.) The agreement shall be in writing, signed by the person to be bound thereby or by his agent in that behalf.

(3.) The agreement may, if the solioitor and the olient think fi>, be made on the terms that the amount of the remuneration therein stipulated for either shall include or shall not include all or any disbursements made by the solioitor in respeot of searches, plans, travelling, stamps, fees, or other matters.

(4.) The agreement may ba sued aud recovered on or impeached and set aside in the like manner and on the like grounds as an agreement not relating to the remuneration of a solicitor ; and if, under any order for taxation of costs, such agreement being relied upon by the solicitor shall be objected to by the client as unfair or unreasonable, the taxing master or officer of the court may inquire into the facts, and certify the same to the court; and if, upon such certificate it shall appear to the court or judge that just cause has been shown either for cancelling the agreement or for reducing the amount payable under the same, the court or judge shall have power to order such cancellation or reduction, and to give all such directions necessary or proper for the purpose of carrying such order into effect, or otherwise consequential thereon, as to the court or judge may seem fit.

9. Restriction on Solicitors Act, 1870—33 & 34 Vict. c. 28.] The Attorneys and Solicitors Act, 1870, shall not apply to any business to which this Act relates.


Mr. Richabd Barker, solicitor, of Melton Mowbray, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

Mr. Alexander Taylor Innrs, advocate, has been appointed an Advocato Depute for Scotland, in succession to the Hon. Henry James Moncreiff, who has been appointed sheriff of Refrewshire and Buteshire. Mr. Innes was called to the bar in Scotland in 1870.

Mr. Jeneas James George Mackat, advocate, has been appointed an Advocate Depute for Scotland, in succession to Mr. John James Reid, who has been appointed Queen's Remembrancer for Scotland. Mr. Mackay was educated at the Edinburgh Academy, at King's College, London, and at University College, Oxford, where he graduated second class in classics in 1862, and he was called to the bar in Scotland in 1864. He is professor of history and constitutional law in the University of Edinburgh, and Chancellor of the Diocese of Edinburgh.

Mr. Robert Jasper More, banister, has been appointed High Sheriff of Shropshire for the ensuing year. Mr. More

is the only son of the Rev. Thomas Frederick More, of Linley Hall, Shropshire, and waa born in 1836. He was educated at Shrewsbury, and he is a B.C.L. of Balliol College, Oxford. He was called to the bar at Lincola'a-inn in Trinity Term, 18C3, and formerly practised on the Oxford Circuit. Mr. More is a magistrate for Shropshire and Montgomeryshire, a deputy-lieutenant for the former county, and he was M.P. for South Shropshire in the Liberal interest from 1865 till 1868.

Mr. William Rotle, solioitor (of the firm of Royle, Fosi, Smith, & Royle), of 5, Bedford-row, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.—[Correoted announcement.]

Mr. Henry Stephens, of the firm of Stevens & Co, solicitors, 22, Bedford-row, London, clerk to the Finchley Local Board, has been appointed Clerk to the School Board for Finchley.

DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIPS. Lawrence King and William Mann Maine (King 4: Mayne), Bank Chambers, Scale -lane, Kingston-upon-Holl, solicitors. Feb. 28, 1881.

Francis Hamilton Masters and William Fletcher (Masters & Fletcher), Liverpool, solicitors. Maroh 1,1881.

[Gazette, Maroh 4, 1881.]

Howard Paddison and Walter John Titley (Paddiaon, Son, & Titley, or Paddison, Son, & Co.), 3, Castle-street, Holborn, London, solicitors. March 5, 1881.

[Gazette, March 8, 1881.]


Joint Stock Companies.
Limited In Chancbry.

Dablington Iron Company, Limited.—Petition for windinar npv presented March 2, directed to be heard before the M.U on March 12. Bower and Cotton, Chancery lane, solicitors for the petitioners

Hudderspield Quarbying Company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before March 14, to send their names nud addresses and the particulars of their debt* or claiirm to Fred Carter, Hnildersflcld. March 20 at 12 is appointed for hearing aud adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Ince Hall Rolling Mills Company, Limited.—The M.R. has by an order, dated Feb 10, appointed Robert Thompson, Victoria chmbrs, King st, Wigan, to be official liquidator. Creditors are required, on or before April 4, to scud their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims to the above. April 12 at 12 is ap]K)inted for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts aud claims

Navigating Telegb-aphs Company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before March 31, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims to Henry Wheler Mayuard and George Wingfield, Lombard ct. April 12 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

South London Daiky Supply Association, Limited.—The M.R. has fixed Mar 16at 11, for the appointment of an official liquidator.

Revenue Minrbal Company, Limited.—By an order made by the M.R., dated Feb 21, it was ordorcd that the company be wound up. Bolton and Co, Temple gardens, Temple, solicitors for the petitioners

Wine And Spibit Trade Company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before March 20, to send their names aud addresses, and the particulars of their debts and claims to Henry Arthur Dubois, Serjeants' Inn, Chancery lane. April 7 at 12 is appointed for hearing aud adjudicating upon the debts or claims

I Gazette, Mar. 4. J

City Op London Co-opr.n Itiye Association, Limited.—By an order made by V.C. llall, dated Feb 25, it waa ordered that tho association be wound up. Montagu, Bucklersbury, solicitor for the petitioners

Darlington Brewery Company, Limited.—The M.R. has fixed Mar IS at 11 at his chambers for the api>ointment of an official liquidator

Eldorado Gold Mining Company, Limited.—The M.R. has fixed March 17 at 11 at his chambers for the appointment of an official liquidator

H. A. Brown And Company, Limited.—V.C. Hall has fixed March 18 at 11 at his chambers for the appointment of an official liquidator

Lombard Loan And Investment Company, Limited.—By an order mado by V.C. Malins, dated Feb 25, it was ordered that tho company bo wound up. Jourdain, Ludgatc hill, solicitor for the petitioner

Revbnue Mineral Company, Limited.—The M.R. has fixed March In at 12 at his chambers for the appointment of an official liquidator

IGazelte, Mar. S.]

Uxlimitkd In Chancery. Madias Irhigation And Caxal Company.—By an order mode by the M.R. dated Feb 26, it was ordered that the company bo wound np. AshUTKt and Co, Old Jewry, solicitors tor the petitioner

itiazette. Mar. 8.]

County Palatini Of Lancaster. Msmit Steel And Iron Company, Limited.—The V.C. has fixed March 18 at 1 at the office of the District Registrar, Municipal bldgs, Dale st, Liverpool, for the appointment of an official liquidator

{Gazette, Mar. 4.] Fbiekdlt Societies Dissolved. Farmers' Glok Y Loduk, I.O.O.F.M.U., New Inn, Appletrcewick. March 1

IGaneUe, Mar. 4.]



AnirmR, Isaac, Broughton-in-Furness, Chemist. March ID, Butisr, Bronghton-in-Furness

Astill, Joseph, Sheffield, Gent. Apr 8. Rodgers and Co, Shefflekl

Bui, Robiit Cameron, Brisbane, Queensland, Confectioner. Apr. 3D. Trindera and Curtis-Hay word, Bishopsgate st

Beadox, Rev. Frederick Fleming, South Stonehain, Southampton. Apr 26. Woolridge and Son, Winchester

Bell us Cam, Ei.i!:viii.Tii, Upper Clapton. Apr 23. Bartlctt and Atkinson. Liverpool

Bolton, Edward Chichester, Carlton Club, Pall Mall, Captain R.A. March 24. Walters and Co, Lincoln's inn

Boltox, John, Newcostle-on-Tyne. March 19. Hopper, Newcastleupon-Tyne

BftADyiELD, Jambs Barnard, De Beau voir rd, Kingsland, Horse

Dealer. March 25. Howard, Chancery lane Beikbley, Frederick William, Blackburn, Lancaster, Gent. Apr

0. dough and Brook, Huddersficld Cabtmell, Nicholas, Treales, nr Kirkham, Lancaster, Miller. Apr

15. Dickson, Kirkham Cattlbt, Mark, Upper Tooting', Soap Manufacturer. March 31.

Stibbard and Co, Leadenhall st Claw, Thomas, Marsworth, Buckingham, Miller. May 1. Vaisey,


Coll Be, Bernard Tbaxt, Devizes, Paymaster, Royal Navy. Apr

12. Marsden and Wilson, Old Cavendish st Colling, Margabet, Bath. March 25. Gill and Bush, Bath Cottbkll, Gkokge Henry, Coptliorne. Sussex, Zinc Worker.

March 21. Lovett and Co, King1 William st Cottrbll, Sarah, Barnsbury, Middlesex. March 21. Pattison and

Co, Queen Victoria st Davies, Thomas Henry, Ladbroke sq, Gent. March.31. Beaumont

and Son, Lincoln's inn fields Davis Stkybx, St Helen's sq, York, Furrier. Apr 2. Christison,


Dimsdalf., Elizabeth Nancy Widnell, Forest Gate, Essex. Apr

30. Lea, Funiival's inn Elms All, William Db Cardoxnel, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Y«rk, Esq.

Apr 8. Pilgrim and Phillips, Lothbury FisHMB, John, Tufnell pk rd. Hollo way, Gent. Apr 25. Staniland

and Wigelsworth, Boston Garner, William, Paremoremo, Auckland, New Zealand, Gent.

March 31. Paincs and Co, Gresham House Glllingham, David England, Godshill, I.W., Esq. March 25.

Estcourt, Newport H.*n»ley, Johit, Newark-upou-Trent, Esq. Apr 9. Percy and Co


Haughton, Hannah, Ashton-under-Lync. Apr 28. Hampson,

Ashton-imder-Lyne Hudson, Eliza, Regent's pk. May 20. Few and Co, Strand Jons, John Charlton, Waterloo,"Lancaster, Esq. Apr22. Cross,


Laxgmorb, Frances, Westbourne pk. March 22. Upward, Finsbury circus

Lane, Fraxcib, Mildenhall, Suffolk, Ironmonger. March 21.

Read, Mildenhall Laamax, George, Walthamstow, Essex. March 21. Jackson,


Lnru, Henry Edward, Stock well pk rd, Brixton, Tea Buyer. Apr

30. Bastard, Brabant ct Mellob, Johx, Kingston-upon-Hiill, Examining Officer, H.M.'s

Customs. Apr 15. Jordeson and Whiteing, Hull Millar, Johx, Fitzroy sq, Grocer. Apr 15. Hamilton, Gt James


Muxio, Thomas Frederick, Greenwich, Licensed Victualler.

March 21. Lovett and Co, King William st Ntxsox, Elizabeth Axx, Ladbroke grove rd, Notting hill. May

20. Few and Co, Surrey st, Strand Hamilton, Right Hon. Thomas John, Earl of Orkney, Glenmore,

Tippcrary, Ireland. Apr 13. Reep and Co, Cannon st Orbed, Fbabces, Green st, Hyde pk, Apr 1. Simpson and North,


Reynolds, Johx, Lcyton, Essex, Retired Innkeeper. March 21.

Jackson, Walthamstow Shaeeock, Bbttt, Preston, Lancaster. Apr 9. Walker and

Lrwlymon, Preston South All, Johx, Birmingham, 'Retired .Licensed Victualler. Apr

9. Potnion, Birmingham Steggall, Tabitha, Ipswich. May 19. Jackaman and Sons,


Studdt, HrGir Macphbbsox, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Commission Agent. March 19. Hopper, Nowcostle-upon-Tyne

Top Ham, Michael Siluiob, Astou Manor, Birmingham, Gent. March 25. Horton and Co, Birmingham

Tweedy, Jake, Alverton, Truro, Cornwall. March 20. Smith and! Paul, Truro

Usher, William, Southampton, Gent. March 24. Bhutto, Southampton

Vicars, Isaac, Millom, Cumberland, Joiner. March 10. Butler, Broughton- in - Furness

Waltox, Joseph, Bowdon, Chester, Gent, Apr 11. Fox, Manchester

Waterfall, Charlks, Newington Causeway, Umbrella Manufac-
turer. Apr 1. Berry and Binns, Chancery lane
Watsox, Henry, Halifax, Clog Maker. Apr 0. Boocock, Halifax
Watson, Thomas, Knutsford, Chester, Gent. Apr 2. Payne and

Galloway, Manchester
Weaver, Frbdebic, Tettenhall, Stafford, Gent. June 24. White-

house, Wolverhampton Whiteley, Samuel, Huddersficld, Grocer. Apr 1, Ainley and

Hall, Huddersfield Willett, Martha Maby Deaxe, Thorpe, nr Norwich. March 31.

Flower and Nussey, Great Winchester st bldgs Williams, Richabd, Downs rd, Clapton, Gent. March 25. Yeo

and Warner, Finsbury pavement Wilsox, Johx, Arlecdon, Cumberland, Yeoman. March L Brown,


IGazette, Feb. 25.] Atjxam, Joseph, Pembroke rd, Kensington, Gent. March 31.

Letts Bros, Holborn circus Ashburnham, The Hon. Pkbcy, Frant, Sussex. Apr 9. Martineau

. and Reid, Gray's inn

Brewer, Amxk, Colcbrooke row, Islington. March 31. Letts Bros,

Bartlett's buildings, Holborn circus Broadbknt, Thomas, Huddersfield. March 22. Rmsden and Co,


Bbowx, Robbtt Bolton, Gosforth, Northumberland, Gent. March

31. Keenlyside and Co, Newcastle-npon-Tyno Caxxixg, Robhrt, Hellidon, Northampton, Esq. Apr 2. Burton

anil Willoughby, Davontry Crass, Philip, Derby, Gent. Apr 1. Holland and Rigby, Ash


Dark, Hexry Arthur Kehbwich Hall, Inner Temple, Esq. March

31. Wing and Du Cane, Gray's inn sq Davis, Caroline, Newport, Monmouth. Apr 1. Lloyd, Newport Eddowes, John, Old Kent rd, Ironmonger. March 25. Hicklin

and Washington, Southwark Fobstbb, Catherine, Brighton. Apr 4. Colman, Argyll st.

Regent st

Fobsteb, Joseph, Stanwix, Cumberland, Gent. May 2. Clutterbuck and Trevencn, Carlisle

Frith, Jacob, Slough, Buckingham, Gent. March 19. Hortin, Edgware rd

Gooch, Edward, Sudbury, Suffolk, Gent. Apr 10. Downing,
Bosinghall st

Gbovks, Axx Margaret, York. May 7. Crumble, York
Groves, Mahy, Aborford, York. May 7. Crumbie, York
Habgukavks, Benjamin, Arden-within-Accrington, Lancaster, Esq.

March 14. Hull ami Son, Accrington
Hobton, Mabtha, Mile End rd. Apr 5. Gatliff and Howse, Fmsbury


Howard, Edwin Burton, St James* rd, Croydon. Apr 15. Howard,

Old Brood st

Hudson, William, Ramsgate, Hotel Keeper. May 31. Snowden, Ramsgate

Jackson, Bobkbt, Kingston upon Hull, Wesleyan Minister. March 31. Walker and Spink, Hull

Kenwahd, Gkobge, Ashburnham, Sussex, Farmer. April 20. Philcox, Burwash

Mack Ay, Charles Stbwaht Kerr, Camberwell rd. Licensed Victualler. March 30. Pownall and Co, Staple inn, Hollwrn

Marshall, Richard, Hapton, Lancaster, Colliery Proprietor. May 10. Eastbam, Clitheroo

May, Richard, Pond House, Dulwich, Timber Merchant. April 15. May and Co, Adelaide pi, Loudon bridge

Mvy.'thom Vs, St Paul's Cray, Kent, Farmer. April 15. May and Co, Adelaide pi, London bridge

Mills, Charlks Philip, Stratford, Essex, Licensed Victualler.

^ April 30. Haynes and Clifton, Romford

Moody, James,Leyburn, York, Gent. April 1. Pike, Serle st, Lincoln's inn

Nash, William, St Paul's Cray, Kent, Paper Manufacturer. April

15. May and Co, Adelaide pi, London bridge Page, Philip Flood, Dartmouth ter, Lewisham hill, Architect.

March 31. Little, Bath Partington, John, Macclesfield, Yeoman. April 8. Mair and Co,


Pabhlrt, Mary, Eccleshall, Sheffield. April 9. Burdekin rnd Co, . Sheffield

Patterson, Henry, Bolton, Lancaster, Butcher. April 9. Eokcrsley, Bolton

Phillips, George, Hewitts, Chelsfield, Kent, Farmer. April 15.

May and Co, Adelaide pi, Londcn bridge Radclifp, Jambs, Snddlcworth, York, Gout. April 1G. Standring

and Taylor, Rochdale Roberts," Martha, Green st, Grosveuor sq. Apr 1. Domville and

Co, Lincoln's inn Robertson, Elizabeth, Bath. Apr 1. Ovans and Co, Tooley st RomK, Hkkmax, King st, Covcnt gdn, Fine Ait Publisher. Apr 15.

Dowse, New inn

Shabrock, Betty, Preston, Lancaster. Apr 9. Walker and Ladyman, Preston

Shkppard, William, Skirbeck, Lincoln, Licensed Victualler. Apr

17. Andrew and Co, Bedford row Spavins, Joseph, Market Rosen, Lincoln, Yeomnn. March 25.

Chambers, Market Bason Steel, Elizabeth Rebecca, The Terrace, Stoke Newington. Apr 1.

Anderson and Sons, ironmonger lane Tildesley, Ellen Goodwin, Eastfields, nr Eccleshall, Stafford.

Apr 16. Great rex, Stafford Usshbr, Hekuhht Taylor. Gold Coast, Africa, Esq. March 23.

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N.B.—The dajs, if any, on which the Master of the Rolls shall be engaged in the Court of Appeal are excepted.

•Causes and actions in which witnesses are to be examined before the court will be taken on luesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursday?, and causes and actions without witnesses will be taken on Mondays; bat when the list of causes and actions


without witnesses is exhausted, causes and actions with witnesses will be taken on Mondays also.

Further Considerations will bo taken as part of tiis General Paper in priority to Original Causes which have not already appeared Id the paper.

Unopposed petitions must be presented, and copies left with the secretary, on or before the Thursday preceding the Saturday on which it is intended they should be heard; and any cause intended to be heard as a short cause must be so marked in the cause-book at least one clear day before the same can be put In the paper to be so heard, and the necessary papers muse be left in court with the judge's officer the day before the cause is to be put in the paper.

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Lines and Extensions), Metropolitan Railway, Sheffield
Water, South-Eastern Railway.
Bills of Sale Aot (1878) Amendment.

MARCH 8.—BILL BEAD A SECOND TIME. Private Bill.—Rotherham, Parkgate, and Rawmarah Street Tramway.

MARCH 9.-BILL READ A SECOND TIME. Pmvate Bill.—Tuokton Bridge.

Mr. Aylward, the "renegade Irishman" with the Boers, is stated to be a native of Kilkenny, who received a good education, and was employed for some time as a clerk in the office of Mr. Bolton, Crown Solicitor, Dublin.

Pbadistul Assurance Company. — In the report presented to the shareholders at the annual meeting on Thursday, 3rd inst., it is stated that in the ordinary branoh 5.0189 new polioies were issued during last year, insuring £639,535. and yielding £22,529 in annual premiums. The claims paid came to £58,815, and the fund of this branoh was increased during the year by £72,032, and now stands at £663,465. In the industrial branoh the gross premium income was £1,608,849, or £201,706 more than in the previous year. Of this £763,455 was spent in business charges, divided as follows:—£310,180 agents' or collectors' salaries ; £200,678, bonuses to collectors on new business; £38,055, extension expenses; and £204,542, head-office expenses, advertising, &o. The olaims paid eame to £573,837, and £317,513 was added to the reserve of tbia branch. It now stands at £1,318,547.


BexDle.—March 21, M It, Churoh-road, Islington, London, the wife of Charles Bendle, solicitor, of a daughter.

Ccbban.—Ftb. 27, at Craigton, Jamaica, the wife of the Hon. Charles Ribton Curras, judge of the Supreme Court, of a daughter.

Fbaske.—Feb. 26, at 70, Kensington-gardens-square, W., the

wife of Amur M. Fraser, birrister-at-law, of a daughter. Green.—Feb. 24, at 4, St. Edmund's-terrace, Rpgent's-park,

the wife of George Sangtter Green, of Lincoln's-inn, barnster

at-law, of a daughter. N01 Man v.—Match 1, at St. Thome, Madras, the wife of

Frank Normandy, barriater-at-law, of a son. Partridge.—Feb. 21, at 10, Coningham-road, W., the wife of

R. W. Partridge, barrister-at-law, of a daughter. Stmes.—Feb. 19, ac Tbe Manor House, Crediton, Devon, the

wife of William Henty Symes, solicitor, of a daughter. Thompson.—March 8, at 15, Glendower-place, S.W., the wife

of G. Rodie Thompson, barriater-at-law, of twin daughteis. DEATHS.

J ACXSON.—March 8, at 61, Portland-place, W., aged 49, Sir Henry Mather Jackson, baronet, of Llantilio Court, Abergavenny, and of Lincoln's-inn, recently appointed one of the justices of H.M.'a High Court of Justice.

Smith.—Feb. 27, at No. 3, Eaton-place, William John Bernhard Smith, of the Middle Temple, barrister-at-law, aged 62.



Fridat, March 4, 1881.
Under tbe Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
To Surrender in London.
Biggs, John, Alderney st, Pimlico, Major on Half-pay. Pet March

1. Hazlitt. March 13 at 11.31) Buffen, Frederick Forster, Tho Common, Upper Clapton, Accountant. Pet Feb 4. Murray. March 18 at 11 Burrows, Edwin, Gresham buildings, Basinghall st, Wine Merchant. Pet March 1. Hazlitt. March 18 at 12 To Surrender in tho Country. Corner, Bernard Riley, West Green, Tottenham, Lime Merchant.

Pet March 1. Pulley. Edmonton, March 22 at 3 Fester, John, and Charles James Foster, Normanton, York, Brick Kiln Patentees. Pet Feb 21. Mason. Wakefield, March 17 at U Hurley, Fedora Dawson, Hounslow. Pet March 1. Ruston. Brentford, March 15 at 3 Snelling, Frederick, Tonbridgc, Baker. Pet March 2. Cripps.

Tunbridge Wells, March 15 at 3.30 Vernon, Amos, Stoney Stanton, Leicester, Grocer. Pet March 1.

Ingram. Leicester, March 1G at 12 Whitehead, Benjamin, Leicester, Beerhouse Keeper. Pet March 1. Ingram. Leicester, March 1C at 11

Tuesuat, Mar. 8,1881. Under the banhruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to tho Registrar. To Surrender in London. JeweU, Michael Cairns, London Assurance Public house, City rd. Pet Mar 2. Brougham. Mar 22 at 11

McCarthy, Charles, Eardley crescent, South Kensington, Hatter,

Pet Feb 12. Hazlitt. Mar 23 at 12.30 Tinsley, Albert, Cyprus st, Victoria pk, Oilman. Pet Mar 4. Pepys.

Mar 23 at 12

To Surrender in the Country.

Baylis, James Frederick, Redditch, Licensed Victualler. Pet Mar 4. Parry. Birmingham, Mar 21 at 2

Beasley, Thomas, Widnes, Lancaster, Solicitor. Pot Mar 4. Bellringer. Liverpool, Mar 22 at 12

Griffin, Frederick, Cardiff, Builder. Pet Mar 1. Langley. Cardiff,. Mar 22 at 11

Lewis, Richard, Penybryn, Wrexham, Butcher. Pet Mar 4.

Vaughan-Williams. Wrexham, Mar 18 at 12 McGregor, Charles, Kingston-upon-Hull, Corn Merchant. Pet Mar

4. Rollit. Kingston-upon-Hull, Mar 22 at 3 Mills, Thomas, jun, Liverpool. Pet Mar 3. Cooper. Liverpool,

Mar 21 at 12

Overton, John, jun, Gt Yarmouth, Saddler. Pet Mar 4. Worlledge*

Gt Yarmouth, Mar 25 at 11 Styles, George, Bewdley, Worcester, Grocer. Pet Mar 3. Talbot*

Kidderminster, Mar 18 at 12 Tompkin, George, Chesterton, nr Newcastle-under-Lyme, Grocer*

Pet Mar 2. Tennant. Hanley, Mar 22 at 11

BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. Tuesday, March 8,1881. Andrew, Joseph, Swansea, Ironmonger. Feb 24 Cohen, Henry, Houndsditch, General Fancy Warehouseman. Mar 5

Shearman, William Ambrose, Osnaburgh st, Regent's pk, of no oo cupation. Mai' 1

Liquidations by Arrangement.

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Feidat, March 4, 1881. Abrahams, Joseph, Fashion st, Spitalflelds, Grocer. March 14 at 3

at offices of Cattlin, Wormwood st, Old Broad st Adams, Nicholas, Liverpool, Grocer. March 22 at 2 at offices oC

Davies, Tho Temple, Dale st, Liverpool Adcock, Frederick James, Grendon, Northampton, Corn Dealer. March 24 at 3 at offices of Sharman and Jackson, Oxford st, Wei* liugborough

Allen, John Joseph, Auckland st, Lambeth, Dairyman. March 10 at 3 at Swan Hotel, Gt Dover st. Rashleigh, Rotherhithe

Averill, John, Stratford on Avon, Grocer. March 15 at 11-30 at Falcon Hotel, Stratford on Avon. Warden, Stratford on Avon

Avis, William Dedman, Seaford, Sussex, Licensed Victualler. March 17 at 3 at Crown Inn, Lewes. Lamb and Evett, Brighton

Ball, John Thomas, Buxton, Derby, Tailor. March 17 at 3 at offices of Brown and Ainsworth, St Peter's gate, Stockport

Barnes, William, Sutton Coldfleld, Warwick, Grocer. March 16 at 3 at offices of Beaton and Adcock, Birmingham

Beckett, Charles George Joseph, Rydo. isle of Wight, Draper. March 21 at 3 at offices of Jossolyne and Co, King st, Cheapside. Nicholls, Gresham st

Bennett, Edward, Wordslcy, Kingswinford, Stafford, out of business. March 14 at 3 at offices of Homfray and Holberton, High st, Brierley Hill

Bennett, Edward Robinson, Bradford, York, Clothier. March 19 at

11 at offices of Cater, Piece Hall yd, Bradford Betteridge, John, Woodville, Derby, Butcher. March 17 at 2.30 at

Midland Hotel, Burton-on-Trent. Nevill and Atkins, Tamworth Biuns, Leedham, Low Moor, near Bradford, Manufacturer. March

15 at 11 at offices of Beverley, Hustlergate, Bradford

Blake, Walter Thomas, Guildford, Surrey, Farmer. March 11 at 11 at Crown and Cushion Hotel, Chipping Norton. Kilby and Mace. Chipping Norton

Bower, James, Low Moor, near Bradford, Grocer. March 16 at 11

at offices of Laucaster and Wright, Manor row, Bradford Boydell, William, Leigh, Lancaster, Sewiu*? Machine Agent. March

16 at 11 at offices of Hargreaves, Dickinson st, Manchester Britton, William, Leeds, Joiner. March 17 at 2 at offices of Middleton and Sons, Calverley chambers, Victoria so, Leeds

Brooksby, James, Blackburn, Lancaster, Heald Yarn Manufacturer.

March 16 at 11 at offices of Necdham, Exchange st. Blackburn Brown, Thomas, Bradford, York, Butcher. March 18 at 11 at offices

of Moore, Albion chambers, Hustlergate, Bradford Byrom, James, Liverpool, Victualler. March 18 at 3 at offices of

Bartlett, Dale st, Liverpool Catton, William Newlove, Patxington, Holderncss, York, Licensed

Victualler. March 16 at 2 at offices of Watson and Son, Parliaf

st, Kingston-upon-Hull Chester, Joseph Thomas, Sheopshcd, Leicester, out of business.

March 25 at 11 at offices of Fisher and Co, Ashby-de-la-Zouch Clarke, Thomas, Guisborough, York, Joiner. March 12 at 11 at

offices of Draper, Finkle st, Stockton-on-Tees Cole, Henry Edward, Milton-next-Sitlingbournc, Kent, Carter.

March 19 at 11 at offices of Gibson, High st, Sittingbourne Colvillo, Frederick, Porth, Glamorgan, Grocer. March 17 at 12 at

offices of Collins, Brond st, Bristol. Morgan, Pontypridd Cooper, Richard, Kin.i?ham, Oxford, Farmer. March 10 at 11 at

Crown and Cushion Hotel, Chipping Norton. Wilkins, Chipping


Cross, John, Tabernacle walk, Finsburv, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. March 23 at 2 at Masons' Hall Tavern, Masons' avenue, Basinghall st. Brett, Mincing lane

Cuningham, Elizabeth, Manchester, Fent Dealer. March 1C at 3 at offices of Gardner, Cooper st., Manchester

Dace, John, PackiuKton st, Islington, Brushmakcr. March 18 at 12 at 5(i, Fiusbury pavoment. Brown and Sons

Dawson, Frederick, Dcwsbnry, York, out of business. March 18 at at 11 at offices of Shaw, Bond st, Dewsbury

Day, Thomas, and Harry Day, Banwell, Somerset, Licensed Victuallers. March 18 at 12 at offices of Woolfryes and Powell, Uunwel*.

Denison, Webster, Trump st, Manufacturers' Agent. March 15 at 1 at offices of Trowrcn and Southcott, King st, Cheapside. Prestca Mark lano

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