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Hadley, John, Kinnersley, Severn Stoke, Worcester, Farmer. Apr 7 at 3 at the Three Tun* Hotol, Pershore. Pace, Pershore
H&mpson, William, Pendleton, Manchester, Beerhouse Keeper. April 11 lit 3 at offices of Stevenson, Ward's bldgs, Deansgate, Manchester
Hargreavcs, John Parker, Accrington. Timber Merchant. April 7
at 10.30 at Railway lintel, Accrington. Ballard, Accrington Harrison. Edward, Scarborough, Civil Engineer. April 18 at 12 at
offices of Moody and Co, St Thomas st, Scarborough Harrison, John, North Shields, Grocer. April 7 at 2.30 at offices of
Detchan and Co, Savillc st, North Shields. Leitch and Co, North
Haward, Charles Stephen, Ipswich, Grocer. April 13 at 12 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Jones and Son, Colchester
Herberson, Robert, Bnlman's Village, Northumberland, Poultry Dealer. April 1 at 2 at offices of Beuuing, High st, Gateshead-onTync
Hinge, William, Ashborne, Derby, Innkeeper. April 4 at 12 at Wheat Sheaf Hou-l, Ashborne. Brittlebank, Ashborne
Holmau. Richard Albert, George st, Portman sf|, Cabinet Maker. April 2 at I at Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn. Chapman, Southampton bldgs, Chancery lane
Hood, Charles, Scarborough, Grocer. April 13 at 3 at offices of Williamson, Queen st, Scarborough
Hopkins, Charles, and Alfred Crellin, Liverpool, Boot Manufacturers. April a at 2 at offices of BLuekhurst and Fretson, Dale st, Liverpool
Hopkins, George, and William Joseph McLean Bailey, Liverpool,
Iron and Tin Plate Merchants. April 6 at 2 at offices of Harmood
and Co, North John at, Uuddersfield. Stone and Co, Liverpool Home, Ralph, Newton, Chester, Ro]>c Manufacturer. April 8 at 3
at offices of Rayner and Turner. Hooth st, Manchester Horrobin, William, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, Slater. April
6 at 3 at offices <>f Gardner. Cooper st, Manchester Jenkins, Charles, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Engineer. April 8 at 11
at offices of Davies, Mill st, Pontypridd Johnson, Frederick William, Leicester, Auctioneer. April 6 at 3 at
offices of Hincks, Bowling Green st, Leicester Kent, Philip. Three Bridges, Sussex, Builder. April 12 at 2.30 at
offices of I'earless and Beeching, Tun bridge Wells Blinder, James, Astcote, Northampton, Grocer. April 8 at 3 at office
of Shepoard, Towcester King, Henry, Oxford, Publican. April 11 at 10 at offices of Druce,
High st, Oxford
Lancaster, Thomas Bedson, Tue Brook, nr Liverpool, Commercial Traveller. April 12 at 12 at offices of Paynter, South Castle st, Liverpool
Langdon, William York, Exeter, Lodging House Keeper. April 8 at 3.30 at Craven Hotel, Craven st, Strand. Friend, Exeter
Jjee, George, Herne Bay, Civil Engineer. April 7 at 2 at offices of Dawson, Hart st, liloomsbury sq
Manderson, Charles, Cardiff, Printer. April 5 at 12 at offices of Morgan and Scott, Hig st, Cardiff
Manning, James, St Mark's rd, Hanwell, out of business. April 7 at 3 at offices of Reader. Holborn Viaduct
Marshall, James, Ugborough. IDevon, Farmer. April 0 at 1.30 at King's Arms Hotel, Fore st, Ivy bridge. Nepean. Ivy bridge
Micklewright, Henry Arthur, Carmarthen, Innkeeper. Apr 8 at 11 at offices of Jones, Market «q, Llandovery
Mills, Henry Valentine, Dymock, Gloucester, Grocer. Apr 2 at 3 at offices of Champney, College ct, Gloucester
Mills, John, Cheetham hill, Manchester, Gent. Apr 12 at 3 at the Kings Anns Hotel, Manchester. Woodall and Marriott, Manchester
Mitchell, Francis, Lambley, Northumberland, Grocer. April at 12
at offices of Pruddah, Hexham Mounfield, James, Sankey bridge, Warrington, Lancaster, Grocer.
Apr 6 at 11 at offices of Ridgway and Worsley, Cairo st chmbrs,
Cairo st, Warrington Ness ling; Charles, Lower Sloane st, Chelsea, Plumber. Apr 7 at 3
at 45, Chancery lane. Roberts, Thanet pi, Strand Newman, Edwin, Bognor, Sussex, Wine and Spirit Merchant. Apr
5 at 2 attbe Guildhall Tavern, Basinghall st. Nye, Brighton Nicholl, Abraham, Halifax. Tailor. Apr 12 at 11 at the Halifax and
District Creditors Association, Crown st, Halifax Nicholls, Phillip. Riiardean hill, Gloucester, Collier. March 31 at 12
at offices of Goldring, Cinderford Knrse, Joseph, Tasmau road, Stockwell, Stone Merchant. Apr 8
at 3 at 7 Gt James st. Spencer and Co Onions, Edwin, Tipton, Stafford, out of business. Apr 6 at 12 at
offices of Hartill, Birmingham st, Oldbury Partridge, John, Bow, Devon, Farmer. April 9 at 3 at offices of
Fryer, Gandy st, Exeter Perkins. Benjamin, sen, Beninmm Perkins, jun, Richard Perkins,
and Charles Ferkins, barlast,'n, S.aTordj Nut and Bolt Manufacturer. April tj at 11 at offices of Siater and Marshall, Butoroft
Pike, Oswald, Manchester, Bntl^n Manufacturer. Apr|7at 3 at offices
of Jones. Kennedy st, Mntich* -i.-iPike, William Henrv, St Thoucis i 'ie Ar*o«tle, Devon, Painter. Apr 5
at 3 at offices of Brown, Hitfn *r, Kicer Pocklington. Richard, Snaitli. \■ ■rk, ('mil Deafer. AprilOatll at
Royal Hotel, Wood st, Waketie'd. ( lurk, Snaith Potter, Francis, Hestwnod Park. Nottingham, Farmer. April 9 at 12
at offices of Williams, jun, Clinton st, Nottingham Powles, Evelyn Ward, Sidcup, Kent, Gent. April 8 at 12 at offices of
Liggins, Berners st, Oxford at Tring, William, Honiton, Devon, Hotel Keeper. April 9 at I at Black
Lion Din, Honiton. Every Procter, William. Skerton,Lancaster, Tnnkeepor.April7at 2atofficcs
of Johnson and Tilly, Sun st, Lancaster Rivera, Benjamin, Bury St Edmunds, Miller. April 11 at 12 at Guildhall, Bury St Kdmunds. Gross Roach, James, Romford, Essex, Farmer. April 4 at 12 at offices of
Preston, Mark lane Roljerts, James Merrington, Upper Kennington lane, Scenic Artist.
April 14 at 3 at offices of Cord well, Moorgate st Rogers, John, Brierley Hill, Stafford, Grocer, April 9 at 11 at
Great Western Hotel, Snow hill, Birmingham. Waldron, Brierley hill
Buggies, John, Brentwood, Essex, Builder. Mar 31 at 3 at offices of
Noton, Lombard st Rushton, Edward, Lime st. East India Merchant. April 1H at 1 at
offices of Spain and Co, Gresham bldgs, Basinghall st. Hoi lama
and Co, Mincing lane Scanlon, Charles Henry, Leek, Stafford, Innkeeper. April 0 at
:j at'officcs of Bloor, Stockwell st, Le^k. Redfern, Leek Shut leworth, James, Skipton, York, Draper April » at ;i at offices
of Weston and Postlethwaite, Park row, Leeds Simons, Charles Pearce, Carlisle, Hat Manufacturer. April G at 3 at
offices of Wannop, Scotch st, Carlisle Stoddard, Mary, Grindon, Stafford, Innkeeper. April 7 at 2 at offices
of Redfern and Son, Church lane, Leek Stones, John, Clowne, Derby, Miner. Apr 1 at 3 at offices of Binney
and Co, Queen st chmbrs, Sheffield Sugdcn, Walter, Agbrigg, near Wakefield, Vessel Owner. April 7 at
11 at offices of Mander and Son, Crnwn ct, Wakefield
Talbot, John, and Edward Large, Birmingham, Bedstead Manufacturers. April 8 at 11 at offices of Burton, Union passage, Birmingham
Taylor, Henry, Fenn, Devon, Baker. April 5 at 11 at offices of South
cott, Post Office st, Bedford circus. Exeter Taylor, John, Eckington, Worcester, Gardener. April 7 at 2 at offices
of Pace, Bridge st, Pershore Tombs, William James, Gloucester, Coal Merchant. April 0 at 11 at
offices of Franklin, Berkeley st, Gloucester Tripp, Samuel, Clerkenwell green, Carman. April 8 at 3 at offices
of Parkes, Queen Victoria st Wagon, Edard, Woolwich, Grocer. April 8 at 12 at the Guildhall
Tavern, Gresham st Wolferstan and Co, Ironmonger lane Wnito, George, Cinderford, Gloucester, Draper. March 30 at 3 at
offices of Parsons, High st, Bristol. Parker, Newnham Wakefield, William Twycross, Stoneleigh, Warwick, Farmer.
April 8 at 3 at offices of Minster, Trinity churchyard, Coventry Walker, John, Wolfhampcote, Warwick, Farmer. April 8 at 3 at
offices of Wood, Southam Wall, George, Orleton, Hereford, Cattle Salesman. April 13 at H at
the Blue Boar Inn, Mill st, Ludlow. Bowles, Ludlow Walley, John, Loughborough, Leicester, out of business. April 8 at
12 at offices of Goode, Baxter gate, Loughborough Washington, Thomas. Halifax, Bath Proprietor. April 8 at 11 at
offices of Ingram and Huiitriss, Hopwood lane, Halifax Wells, Dudley, Upper Tulse hill, nat in busiress. April Q at 12 at
offices of Wickens, Paimerston bldgs, Old Broad st Wolsford, Henry, Exeter, Stationer. April 6 at 11 at the Queen's
Hotel, Queen st, Exeter. Ford, Exeter Wigley, Henry, and Septimus Wigley, Birmingham, Factors. April
8 at 12 at offices of Boale and Co, Waterloo st. Birmingham Wildman, James Jcseph, Bedford, Tailor. April 8 at 12 at George
Hotel, Bedford Conquest and Clare, Bedford Williams, Alfred, Heath Town, nr Wolverhampton, Grocer. April
7 at 3 at offices of Rhodes, Queen st, Wolverhampton Williams, William, Liverpool, Draper. April 5 at 2 at offices of
Fildes, North John st, Liverpool Willis, Charles. Barkingside, Essex, Market Gardener. April 20 at
12 at 11, Finsbury-squarc bldgs, Chiswell st Wray, Francis, Nottingham, Joiner. April 11 at 3 at offices of
Elborne. Brougham chmbrs, Wheeler gate, Nottingh im Yates, Charles Broomfleld, Bemhridge, Isle of Wig<it, Butcher.
April 7 at 3 at the Cambrian House Offices, Market st, Ryde.
Yates, John, Kulme, Manchester, Baker. April 8 at 11 at offices of Lawson, Peter st. Manchester
Tuksday, Mar. 29, 1891. Achinson, George, Rochdale, Lancaster, Haberdasher. April 8. at 3 at offices of Molesworth, Central-chambers, the Walk, Rochdale
Armstrong, Patrick, Manchester, Slate Merchant. April 20 at 3 at Dog and Partridge Hotel, Fennel st, Manchester. Brett and Craven, Manchester
Balding, Richard Thomas, Manor st, Clapham, Commission Agent. April 5 at 12 offices of Edwards and Craney, Broad st bldgs, Matthews and Wells, John st, Bedford row
Batkip, Joseph, Birmingham, Black Ornament Manufacturer. April 11 at 3 at offices Southall and Co, Waterloo st, Birmingham
Battam, Charles, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Cabinet Maker. April 12 at 3 at Borough Arms Hotel, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Llewellyn and Ackrill, Tunstall
Beeson, John, High Wycombe, Buckingham, Baker. April 11 at 11 at Coffee Tavern, Frogmore gardens, High Wycombe, Clarke, High Wycombe
Benjafiold, Uri, Gillingham, Dorset, Farmer. April f> at :i at offices of Ruttcr and Son, Bell st, Sbaftosbury
Berrv, Titus and Joseph Berrv, Clockheatom, York, Flannel Manufacturers. April 12 at 3 at Punch Bowl Inn, Cleckheaton. Curry, Clcckheaton
Bestwick, Agues, Chorlton-npnn-Medlock, Manchester, Provision Dealer. April 11 at 3 at offices of Farrington and Crofton, Mosley st, Manchester
Bing, George Franfclyn, Tckham, Kent, Fodder Dealer. April 8 at Queen's Head Inn,"Canterbury* Saukey, Son and Co, Canterbury
Bousfield, William, jun, Kendal, Wheelwright. April 13 at 10 at
offices of Dobson, Finkle st, Kendal Boycott, William, Hartlebury, Worcester, Tin Roller. April 11 at
3 at offices of Thursfleld, Swan st, Kidderminster Brown, Thomas, Ililderihorpe, York, Timber Merchant. April 14 at
2 at Imperial Hotel, Paragon st, Kingston-ujxm-Hull. Richardson.
Buckley, George, Hanley, Commission Agent. April 12 at 11 at office
of Asbmall, Albion st. Leeds Bunn, George, Ncwton-by-Middlewich, Chester, Shoemaker. April
7 at 11 at Albert chmbrs. Church side, Crewe. Pointon Bunnett, Arthur Edward, Ramsgate, Kent, Teacher of Music. April 11 at 10.30 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Sutton, Norwich
Burt, John, Trentham, Stafford, Grocer. April 9 at 11 at offices of Ashwell, Glebe at, Stoke-upon-Trent
Carey, Arthur, Halton, Hasting, Builder. April 14 at 4 at Provincial Hotel, Hastings. Hare, Pinner's ct, Old Broad st
Catford, Maria, Maitland Park rd, Haverstock hill, Lodging house keeper. April 8 at 10 at Eagle Hotel, Ladbroke Grove rd, North Kensington. Hanley, Acton
Catterrall, Thomas, Brighton, Confectioner. April 13 at 3 at offices of Upporton and Bacon, Pavilion b[dgs, Brighton
Champion, John, Burton Stather, nr Brigg, Lincoln, Saddler. April
11 at 11 at Angel Inn, Brigg. Stephenson and Mountain, Great Grimsby
Chacterton, Henry William, Graccchurch st, Wholesale.Tea Merchant
April 6 ai 3 at offices of Noton, Lombard st Church, George, Marks Tey, Essex, Farmer. April 11 at 3 at offices
of Prior, Head st, Colchester Clark, Frederick Edward, Brighton, out of business. April 12 at 3
at offices of Nye, North st, Brighton Coles, Alfred Henry, Clevedon, Somersetshire, Tailor. April 9 at
12 at offices of Ware, Corn st, Bristol
Combes, Hannah, Oldham, Lancashire, Grocer. April 13 at 3 at offices of Davies, Clegg st, Oldham
Corbett, John, Little Earl st, Soho, Cheesemonger. April 11 at 3 at at offices of Aird, Eastcbeap
Coxhcad, Frederick John, West Ferry rd, Mil wall, Barge Builder. April 13 at 3 at Mullen's Hotel, Ironmonger lane. Hulbert, Coleman st
Croft, William, Smibury, Brewer. April 20 at 11 at offices of Sher
rard, Lincoln's-inn-flelds Crowfoot, George, Halton rd, Canonbur y, Baker. April 8 at 2 at
offices of Moore, Mark lano Downs, William Bottam, Russell st, Beimondsey, Builder. April 14
at 3 at the Law Institution, Chancery lane. Davies, Southampton
Drake, William, WestMeon, nr Pctersfleld, Hants, Grocer. April
11 at 2 at offices of Blewitt and Tyler, Gracechurch st
Eaton, Henry James, Wolverhampton, Gas Fitter. April 13 at 11.30
at offices of Dent and Son, Darlington st. Wolverhampton Eaton, Thomas, Basing pi, Kingsland rd. Builder. April 13 at 2 at
at 80, Bishopsgate st Within. Chandler, Bishopsgate st Within Bllis, John, and Charles William James Morris, Reading, Berks,
Wholesale Clothiers. April 12 at 3 at the Queen's Hotel, Leeds.
Blandy and Wltheriugton, Reading Evans, Benjamin Abel, Heolfach, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan,
Grocer. April 11 at 12 at offices of Collins, Broad st, Bristol. Lewis,
Evans, Thomas, Aberaman, Glamorgan, Licensed Victualler. April
12 at 11 at the Black Lion Hotel, Aberdarc. Lewis and Jones, Merthyr Tydfil
Fcrmor- Isaac, Golden Fleece yard, Minories, Wholesale Clothier. April 8 at 12 at offices of Ladbury and Co, Cheapside. Young and Sons, Mark lane
Fletcher, Peter Thomas, Manchester, India Rubber Dealer. April 12
at 3 at offices of Booto and Edgar, Booth st, Manchester Gancon, Joseph, Kings^ Norton, Worcester, General Dealer, April
8 at 3 at offices of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Glover, Daniel, Stretton, Chester, Farmer. April 12 at 3 atoffices of
Ashton and Woods, Ilorsemarket st, Warrington Goddard, Thomas, Lower Marsh, Lambeth, Baker. April 11 at 3 at
offices of Beard and Sons, Basinghall st Gomersall, John, Liversedgc, York, Cabinet Maker. April 11 at 11
at offices of Curry, Clcckheaton Grainger, James, Old Kent rd, Oil and Colour Man. April 7 at 3 at
No. 11, Ironmonger lane. White, Queen 1 , Cannon st Habgood, James, Poole, Boot Manufacturer. April 13 at 12 at offices
of Aldridgc and Aldridgc, King Bt, Poole Hackwood, William Eliakim, Wednesbury, Stafford, Basket Maker.
April 13 at 12 at offices of Duignun and Co, The Bridge, Walsall Haudley, Robert Henry, Bishopston, Gloucester, Commission Agent.
April 6 at 12 at offices of Sprod, John street, Bristol. Essery,
Harrison, Thomas, Kirkdalc, Liverpool, out of business. April 9 at 11 at offices of Lowe, Mount pleasant, Liverpool
Hebditch, William, and Martha Temperton, West Butterwick, Lincobi, Licensed Victuallers. April 5 at 12 atjthe Three Horse Shoes Inn, West Butterwick. Pearson and Burtonshaw, Crowle
Helm, John, Liverpool, Licensed Victualler. April 9 at 1 at offices of Lowe, Mount pleasant, Liverpool
Hill, James Fisher, and Matthew William Ainsley, Kings!and rd, Shoreditch, Auctioneers. April M at 3 at oflices of Widdecombe, Union ct, Old Broad st
Hinton, John, Market Drayton, Salop, Saddler. April 9 at 11.30 at the Royal Hotel, Nantwich road, Crewe. Pearson, Market Drayton
Hodgson, Thomas Leeds, Commercial Traveller. April 8 at 3 at
offices of Wells, Cookridge st, Leeds Holland, William Arthur, Birmingham, General Factor. April 11 at
3 at offices of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham Hope, Joseph, Ashley, Stafford, Chemist. April 12 at 11 at the
Moynell Arms Inn, Ashley. Onions, Market Drayton Horsfall, Thomas Edwin, Leeds, out of business. April 11 at 3 at
offices of Dunn and French, East parade, Leeds Hough, William, Stockton, Warwick, Railway Porter. April 9 at
11.30 at the White Lion Hotel, Banbury, wood, Southam Jackson, Samuel, Bradford, York, Builder. April 8 at 11 at offices of
Beverley, Hustlergate, Bradford Jones, Frederick, Manchester, Cotton Spinner. April 13 at 12.30 at
offices of Hall and Co, Fountain st, Manchester Jones, Walter David, Harbonrne, Stafford, out of business. April 6
at 3 at offices of Parry, Colemore row, Birmingham Kay, John William, Middle ton, Lancaster, Greengrocer. April 11
at 3 at the Falstaff Hotel, Market place, Manchester. Sims, Man
Xamlwrt, Mark, Accrington, Lancaster, Journeyman Blacksmith. April H at 3 at offices of Riley, Abbey st, Accrington. Sharpies, .Accrington
Letts, William, Leicester, Plasterer. April 11 at 3 at offices of Wright Belvoir st
Lewis, John, Beguildy, Radnor, Farmer. April 12 at 12.30 at offices
of WooBnam, High st, Newtown Lloyd, John, Battcrsea sq, Battersca, Hot Water Engineer. April 9.
at 12 at offices of Parophilon, John st, Adelphi Lockwood, John, Dewsbury, out of business. April 0 at 3 at offices of
Mitcheson, Carlton st, Batley Lockwood, Jofhua, Guiseley, York, Plumber. April Sat 3 at offlcesof
Lodge and Rhodes, Park row, Leeds Long, Philip Augustine, East Hanney, Berks, Baker. April 12 at 12
at offices of Jotcham, Wantage Moren, Henry, Goudhurst, Kent, Farmer. Apr 1 at 2 at Bull Inn,
Cranbrook, Hinds and Son, Goudhurst Moulds, Henry, Harby. Leicester, out of business. April 11 at 11 at
offices of Burton and Co, Long row, Nottingham Nicholls, .Samuel, Hurst, nr Reading, Berks, Brewer. April 11 at
11 at offices of Newman, Friar Bt, Reading North, Ernest Michael Willcy, Great Grimsby, Lincoln, Marino
Store Dealer. April 10 at 3 at Yarboro' Hotel, Bethlehem st,
Great Grimsby. Mason, Great Grimsby Ormes, Thomas Phillips, Kingston-on-Thames, Oilman. April 12
at 2 at offices of Morphett, King st, Chcapside. Terry, King st,
Owen, Thomas, Llandudno, Carnarvon, of no occupation. April 12' at 2 at the Burlington Hotel, Mostyn st, Llandudno. Churchill, Llandudno
Owens, William Thomas, Everton, Liverpool, Builder. April 13 at
2 atoffices of Knowles, Cook st, Liverpool
Parrott, William, Birmingham, Wine Merchant. April 12 at 3 at offices of Chirm and New, Waterloo st, Birmingham
Paton, John Green, Barrow-in.Furncss, Lancashire, Horehound Beer Manufacturer. April 7 at 11 at the Trevelyan TemperanceHotel, Church st, Barrow-in-Furness. Sims, Barrow-in-Furness
Pennington, John, Moulton, Lincoln, Farmer. April 14 at 11 at offices of Caparn, Hoi beach
Rexworthy, Edward, Eastville, Gloucester, Baker. April 7 at 3 at offices of Brown, Corn st, Bristol
Rhodes, Elijah, Builder, Hockley Heath. April 8 at 3 at offices of Arnold and Son, Temple row,'Birmingham
Richardson, Thomas, White Hart lane, Barnes, Grocer. April s at
3 at offices of Spain Brothers, 1 Gresham bldgs, BasinghaU st Hawksford, King st, Chcapside
Roberts, George, Foster lane, Cheanside, Warehouseman. April 11 at 12 at offices of Plunket and Leader, 00, St. Paul's Churchyard
Rose, David, Moxley, Stafford. Ironmaster. April 11 at 12 at Queens
Hotel, Birmingham. Duignan and Co Rose, John, New Church rd, Camberwell, Surrey. April 6 at 12 at
offices of Gcaussent, Bishopsgate st Without Sanders, James, Grange rd, Berinondsoy, Baker. April 11 at 4 at
offices of Young and Son, Mark lano Sinclair. Jane. North Shields, Grocer, April 11 at 3 atoffices of
Fenwick, Seville st. North Shields Singer, Theophilus, Hatton Garden, Restaurant Keeper. April 11
at 3 at offices of Thomson and Co, Cornhill Smith, Alfred Cooper, Hinckley, Leicester, Hosiery Manufacturer.
April 11 at 3 at offices of Trade Protection Society, Now st, Leicester. Learoyd and Co, Huddersfield Smith, George, Ba'h, Commission Agent. March 30 at 3 at offices
of Tysack, York st, Bath Spence, Richard, Leeds, Painter. April 8 at 3 at Law Institute,
Albion pi, Leeds. Watson, Leeds Stananought, Richard, Aigburth Vale, nr Liverpool, Contractor.
April 14 at 11 at offices of Miller and Co, Eberlo st, Liverpool Stephens, Richard, Penzance, Carpenter. April 11 at 11 at offices of
Dale, Parade st, Penzance Stout, John, Hulme, Lancaster, Draper. April 13 at 3 at offices of
Simpson and Hoc kin, Mount st, Albert sq, Manchester Summers, Fanny, Stockton-on-Tees, Tobacconist. April 8 at 11 St
offices of Dodds and Co, Finkle st, Stockton-on-Tees Sumner, Joseph Edward, Hastings, Grocer. April 13 at 1 at offices
of Hewitt, lork bldgs, Hastings Temple, Richard Pearse, George Bray, and Thomas Edward
Forster, Paddington, Builders. April 13 at 12 at offices of Wing
and Co, Princes st. Bank. Peace and Waller, Grocer's Hall ct Townsend, James, and George Downs, Bristol, Carpenters. April 6
nt 2 at offices of Phillips, Small st, Bristol. Sibley, Bristol Treheam, William Thomas, and William Parrv, Rhyl, Flint,
Painters. April 22 at 12 at Stork Hotel, Queen sq, Liverpool.
Tupiwr, Samuel, Loylong rd, Hatcham Park, Hoop Bender. Apru
9 at 11 at Old Miller of Mansfiold, Snow's fields, Bennondsey.
Hicks, Victoria Park rd Tyler, Ambrose, Loughborough, Baker. April 11 at 12 at offices of
Bartlett, Mill st, Loughlwrough Vick, Uriah Christopher, Bosnett grove, Wandsworth rd, Painter.
April 11 at 12 at offices of Mann, Essex st, Strand Wale, Jane Margaret, Leicester, Watchmaker. April 11 at 3.30 at
offices of Wright, Gallowtree Gate, Leicester Walkilen, James, Pendleton, Lancaster, Baker. April 13 at 3 at
offices of Kitson and Grnndv, Princess st, Mancbes er Waters, Robert, Lynsted, Kent, Fruiterer. April 12 at 11 at offices
of Gibson, Highst, Sitting! >ourno Weichert, Sigmund, Cardiff, Hat Manufacturer. April 11 at 3 at
offices of Horn, St Mary st, Cardiff. Stephens, Cardiff Weston, Lewis Warren, Bethnal Green rd, Baker. April 13 at 3 at
offices of Brown, Basinghall st Wheeler, William Ewer, Kingston, Oxford, Farmer. April 13 at 11
at Crown and Cushion Hotel, Chipping Norton. Wilidns, Chip*
Whitaker, John Weston, Henlow, Bedford, Brewer. April 13 at 4.30 at offices of Hooper and Co, Biggleswade, Beds
Williams, Thomas, Warrington, Lancaster. General Broker. April 11 at 11 at offices of Addenbrooke, Bank riunbrs, Warwick st, Warrington
Winter, Siinmel. and John Winter, Shipand Boat. Builders, Cobholm Island, Gt Yarmouth. April 8 at 12 at offices of Wiltshire, South, Quay, Gt Yarmouth
Wise, Henry, Colchester st, Pimlico, Greengrocer. April 12 at 2 at
offices of Bart rum. Old Jewry Chambers Wolfe, John, Kensington gardens sq, out of employment. April 9
at 3 at offices of Ley and Brocklesby, Water-lane, Great Tower st Woodward, John, Tipton, Stafford, Beerhouse Keeper. April 8 at 3
at offices of Travis, Church lane, Tipton Wort, James, Birmingham, Lamp Dealer. April 11 at 3 at offices of
Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Wyane, Thomas, Waterloo, nr Liverpool, Builder. April 13 at 3 at
offices of Knowles, Cook st, Liverpool
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ASOLICITOR, who has been for nearly Three years a Managing Chancery Clerk in one of the largest London offices, and having a good knowledge of Conveyancing and General Practice, wishes to meet with a Partnership in town or country.—Sigma, Reynell & Son, 44, Chancery-lane.
WANTED by a Solicitor (Camb. M.A.), admitted in 1878, a Re-engagement as Conveyancing Clerk under slight supervision. Good references,—Address, J„ Eestou Rectory, Bcckenhim,
HAMPTON & SONS make NO CHARGE for insertingparticulars in their FREE MONTHLY REGISTER' of ESTATES, TOWN and COUNTRY HOUSES, Furnished or" Unfurnished, or for Sale, to bo hod GRATIS at their Offices, or post-freo for two stamps. Published on the 1st of the month, and particulars for insertion should be sent not later than five days ■ previous to end of preceding month. Valuations for Probate and Transfer. Surveys.
Estate and Auction Offices, 8, Pall Mall East, S.W.
ESSRS. BAXTER, PAYNE, & LEPPER beg
respectfully to announce that their AUCTION SALES of Estates, Building Land, Ground Rents, House Property, and all1 convertible Securities will be held at the MART, TOKENHOUSEYARD, E.C., on the following days during the year 1881." will also be held on special days when required.
SOUTH COAST, at a Favourite Watering Place.— Improving Investment, suitable for a Gentleman wanting a very healthy house with mild climate, and yet profitable occupationfor his time and capital. Well-built HOUSE and SHOP PROPERTY-: producing over £700 per annum; constructed by the owner (a landed proprietor), and for SALE at its actual cost, together with valuable BUILDING LAND, capable of very profitable development. Price about £20,000, of which about two-thirds may remain on Mortgage. Other property would bo taken in exchange for a portion of the balance.—Plans may be seen and particulars obtained of Messrs. Dowsstt & Woods, 70, Lincoln's-inn-fields.
ROTHERHITHE. Valuable Freehold Wharf Properties on the Thames, close to the principal entrance of the Surrey Commercial Docks. With possession.
MESSRS. FULLER, HORSEY, SONS, & CO. are instructed to SELL bv AUCTION, at the MART, Tokenhouse-yard, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, at TWO precisely, in Two Lots, an important FREEHOLD PROPERTY, situate in Rotherhithe-strcet, Rotherhithe, and comprising:—
Lot 1.—The extensive Waterside Premises, known as Trinitywharf, having the large frontage of 224ft to the River Thames by an average depth of 130ft.,*and an area of about 2A.300 square foot, for many years in the occupation of Messrs. R. B. By ass & Co., as their bottled beer stores. The buildings are extensive, and consist of a spacious range of three substantial brick-built warehouses and stores, having a frontage of 224ft. to Rotherhithe-street, with loophole doors on each door, and two large warehouses or stores adjoining and communicating with the preceding, fronting the wharf. The total floor space is about 42,000 square feet.
Lot 2.— A valuable Freehold Wharf adjoining, having a frontage to the River Thames of 121ft., by an average depth of about 123ft, and possessing an area of about 15,000 square feet, suitable for a timber or coal wharf, or for the erection of warehouses or granaries. Possession will be gi ven on completion of the purchase. May be viewed till the sale by orders to be obtained of the Auctioneers. Printed particulars, with plans, may bo had of Messrs. Janson, Cobb, & Pearson, Solicitors, 41, Finsbury-circus, E.C.; at the Mart; and of Messrs. Fuller, Horsey, Sons, & Co., 11, Billiter-square, E.C.
TO INVESTORS.—Circular of Investments, just ready, containing useful information, and showing how a large income can bo secured by the purchase of French Rentes, without liability or possibility of loss. A small deposit only required on the amount of purchase. Speculative accounts opened on most favourable terms.—Address, Whits, Barkley,& Co., Brokers, 20, Change-alley, Lombard-street, London.
APROFIT RENTAL of £210 a Year, increasing in three years to £250 a year, and in seven years to £310 a year, to be Sold. The property consists of Shops and Premises, chiefly on lease, the remainder on agreement for lease. The term is 25 years. Two thousand pounds will be accepted.—Address, V., Charles Tayler's Advertisement Offices, 164, Fleet-street, E.C.
R'ETIRED OFFICERS, Capitalists, and others.— j A Gentleman, having a large business. Requires about £$00 for extending same. Professional money-lenders not treated with. Fullest investigation and highest references offered. This will be found a good investment.—Address, O. A. 0., at Horncastle's, 01, Cheapside, E.C.
A LONDON FIRM of Land Agents, Surveyors, and
» Auctioneers have a Vacancy for an Articled Pupil.—Apply, F. C, Messrs. E. E. Croucher <fc Co., 76, Chancery-lane, W.C.
CHANCERY LANE.—New Courts Chambers, 57 and 58, Chanccry-lane.—Offices to be Let in above building at rents varying from £30 to £300 per annum.—Further particulars at Inquiry Office, Nos. 57 and 58, Chancery-lane, W.C.
rpHE TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, and AGENCY
A COMPANY (Limited). Incorporated and empowered by special Act of the Parliament of Victoria, No. 644, intituled " An Act to confer Powers upon the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Company (Limited)."
The Hon. SIR CHARLES 9LADEN, K.C.M.G., Chairman.
John Benn, Esq. (Grice, Sumner, and Company).
W. Templeton, Esq., Managing Director.
Subscribed capital liability, £150.000, with power to increase up to
Bankers—Bank of Australasia, Melbourne, and its Branches.
This Company is empowered in its corporate capacity to act as trustee, executor, or administrator, receiver, committee under the Lunacy Statute, or as agent for trustees, executors, or administrators, or for principals, who, from absence, ill-health, or other causes, are unable or unwilling to act for themselves, and in this capacity will receive and pay over, as directed, legacies, annuities, dividends, rents, interest on debentures or mortgages, and will buy, sell, or let landed property, &c.
The Company will also invest money, negotiate loans, buy or sell sharos, effect insurances, and act generally as agent, as well in Melbourne as in country districts.
The Company derives its profits entirely from commission business, a very important clement in estimating'its security.
Any further information can be obtained at the office of the Company8 agents in England, Messrs. Sladen & Mackenzie, 1, Dclahaystreet, Westminster, Solicitors.
GUAEDIAN FIRE AND LIFE OFFICE'
The Directors invite applications for Agencies for the Fire and Life Department?.
Prospectuses, copies of the Fire, Life, and Marine Accounts, and all other information can be had on application.
JOHN 1'. LAURENCE, Secretary.
pEOYIDENT LIFE OFFICE
50, REGENT STREET, and 11, CORNHILL, LONDON.
Existing Assurances exceed £6,600,000
Invested Funds 2,124,711
Annual Income 279,852
Claims Paid exceed .. .. 6,500,000
Bonuses Declared 2,342,000
During tho past year (188*.)) each main item has shown improvement U]«jn tho preceding year.
New Premiums £15,172 £18,845
Income 273,684 279,852
Invested Funds 2,077,215 2,124,711
CHARLES STEVENS, Secretary.
/GENERAL REVERSIONARY and INVEST
VX MENT COMPANY.
5, Whitehall, London, S.W. Established 1836. Capital, £500,000. Chairman—Edward Wat.mtslet, Esq. Deputy-Chairman—Colonel J. W. J. Ousexsy. The business of this company consists in the purchase of, or loans upon, reversionary interests, vested or contingent, in landed or funded property or securities; also life interests in possession, as well as m expectation.
Prospectuses and forms ofproposal may be obtained from the Secretary. WM. BARWICK HODGE, Actuary and Secretary.
Henry Hulse Berena, Esq.
Hmry Bonham-Carter, Esq.
Charles Wm. Curtis, Eaq.
Charles F. Devas, Esq.
Sir Walter R. Farqubar, Bart.
Alban G. H. Gibbs, Esq.
James Goodson, Esq.
Thomson Hankey, Esq.
Richard M. Harvey, Esq.
Manages Of Fise Department—F. J. Marsden.
Total Funds, upwards of £2,9*1,000
Total Annual Income nearly £500,000
N.B.—Fire Policies which expire at Lady-day should be renewed
at the Head Office, or with the Agents, on or before tbe 9tb day
BIEKBECK BANK.Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. Current Accounts opened accordinn to the usual practice ot other Bankers, and Interest allowed on the minimum monthly balances when not drawn below £25. No commission charged, for keeping Accounts. The Bunk also receive*money on Deposit at Three per cent. Interest, repayable on demand. The Bank undertakes for its Customers, free ot charge, the custody of Deeds, Writings, and other Securities and Valuables ; tbe collection of Bills of Exchange, Dividends, and Coupon*; and the purchase and sale ot Stocks and Shares. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes issued. A Pamphlet, with full particulars, on application.
FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manage
31st March, 1880.
MERCHANT SHIPS AND SEAMEN.
In Six Parts.
I. —Of the Owners of Merchant Ships.
II. —Of tho Board of Trade—Locul Marine Boards—Mercantile Marine Offices and Naval Courts.
III. —Of the Persons employed in the Navigation of Merchant Ships, and of the Conveyance of Passengers.
IV. —Of the Carriage of Goods in Merchant Ships.
V. —Of the Hiring and Wages of Merchant Seamen.
VI. —Of General Average — Salvage — Collision—and Maritime Liens.
By CHARLES, LORD TENTERDEN, Late Chief Justice of
London: Shaw & Sons, Fcttcr-lane, E.C.
MR. BANISTER FLETCHER'S VALUABLE TEXT BOOKS
Arranged in Tabulated form, and fully indexed for ready reference.
LIGHT and AIR, with methods of estimating Injuries, report* of most recent cases, &c. Twelve Diagrams. Crown 8vo, cloth, 6*-, post-free.
ARBITRATIONS, with Appendix of Forms, and List of Schedules. Crown 8vo, cloth, 6s., post-free.
COMPENSATIONS, with Appendix, giving Forms of Precedents and Valuation Tables. Crown bvo, 6s., post-free. B. T. Batsfobd, 62, High Holboro, London, or of any Bookseller.
The PRELIMINARY, INTERMEDIATE and FINAL (Pass and Honors) EXAMINATIONS.
ME, ALBERT GIBSON, Solicitor (Honors), Author of "Aids to tho Final," "Aids to the Intermediate," "Guide to Stephen's Commentaries," 4c., &c, has classes reading for these Examinations throughout the year, except for one month during summer. Postal preparation also. Two residential pnp'.Is received.—For terms apply to 35, Souiliampton-buUdings, Chancery-lane, or St. Mary Cray, near Chislohurst.
[N.B.—At the January Final outofTl pupils sent up 20 pasted, 4 taking Honours, including the Clijfbrd's-inn Prizeman.
Since January, 1SS(>, out of 60 pupils sent up for the Fnterrttiliate, 52 passed at their first attempt, and out of 24 sent up for the Preliminary, 23 so passed.]
OFFICES.—To Solicitors.—Old Jewry Chambers, four rooms, first floor, aud Fire Proof Room, with immediate possession; rent JE2U6.—Apply, B.( Housekeeper, 10, Old Jewry Chambers, E.C.
OFFICES.—Chancery-lane, in a Modern Building, on Ground.floor, Two largo Rooms, communicating. Sent £100 per annum.—Apply to Messrs. Moss & Jameson (hue Price * Son), Auctioneers and Estate Agente, IS, Chancery-lone.
LONDON, APRIL 9, 1881.
Cubbbnt Tones 421
The Effect Of Disclaimer Upon An Underlease 423
Mb. Bbadlaugh's Appeal ....... •••.••••••••»••• 42-1
Tns Conveyancing Bill 424
New Oedebs 426
Cases Op The Wbie :—
Wheeler v. Le Marchant .............. 427
The Great Eastern Railway Company v. The East London
Railway Company ...... 427
Ex parte Stubbins — 427
Ex parte Cartwright 428
Chatterton v. Watney 428
Thomas v. The Patent Lionite Manufacturing Company 428
Re Pelham Publishing Company •. 429
Kager v. Fnmival ■ 429
Governors of Bethlehem and Bridewell Hospitals v. Iron
In re The Gurrington Slate Quarries 430
In re Breton. Breton v. Woollven 430
In re The South Kensington Co-Operative Stores 430
Cases Before The Bankruptcy Registrars:—
Ex parte Findlay, Re Collie 430
Law Students' Joubnal 432
Legal Appointments , 434
Creditors' Claims 436
County Courts 437
Legislation Op The Week .... 437
Court Papers 438
London Gazettes, Ac, Ac • • 439
CASES REPORTED In The WEEKLY REPORTER
Allen, In re. Wilson v. Atter (Ch.Div. M.R.) 480
Beddall v Maitlnnd (Ch.Div. Fry, J.) 484
Emma Silver Mining Company (Limited) v. Grant (Ch.Div.
Hamilton v. Chaine (Q.B.Div.) 488
"Longford," The (Adm Div.) 491
Mackenzie v. The British Linen Company (H.L.) 477
Silkstone and Dodworth Coal and Iron Company (Limited), In
re. Ex parte Perkins (Ch.Div. Fry, J., for Malins, V.C.) .... 494 Sparrow v. Hill (C.P.Div.) 490
We Believe that the report of the Legal Procedure Committee has not yet been presented to the Lord Chancellor.
We Understand that, owing to unexpected difficulties it has been found impossible to remove the chambers of any of the Chancery judges at Easter, as was arranged. It is believed that the removal will be completed by Midsummer next.
Notwithstanding Thb Announcement we made last wees of an intended order prohibiting causes from being assigned to Mr. Justice Kay by being marked for him by the plaintiff, we believe that mistakes in this respect have been made. We print elsewhere the order, and we have been asked to draw the attention of our readers to it.
We Print elsewhere the order of transfer to Mr. Justice Kay, which we announced last week. The learned judge has made steady progress with his list, but in consequence of the unexpected rapidity with which the cases have come on for hearing, there have been many in which briefs were not delivered, and which had accordingly to stand over.
The Offices in the Royal Courts of Justice occupied by the Lunacy officials, which have hitherto been on three floors of the buildiug, are being concentrated on two floors. The rooms which will be vacated will be appropriated to the Filing Department of the Central Office, aud the rooms now used for that department will be allotted to the Chancery branch of the Bank of England.
Mr. Justice Fry has intimated his intention, with a view of saving expense, to avail himself more fully than he considers is ordinarily done of rule 20 of Consolidated Order XXXV., relating to the nomination of one solicitor to represent a class the individual members of which have the same interest; and his lordship will direct bis Chief Clerks to ascertain, and if necessary to certify, in each instance the mode of carrying out this provision.
Thb " Twenty-one separate and distinct courts " which Mr. Shaw-Lefevre announced were to be provided in the Royal Courts of Justice, about which we ventured to propound a query (ante, p. 347), consist, we are informed, of the eighteen courts origiually provided, and also of the large bar-room at the north of the central hull, and two arbitration rooms not on the court floor. The result will be that the bar will lose the benefit of a room rather larger than the present bar-room, aud two of ibe j udges will have to put up with courts of very small dimensions.
The Commemoration Banquet will remind Old Blues of the many University oarsmen who have obtained distinction in the legal profession. The list is headed by Lord Justice Brett, who rowed No. 7 in the winning Cambridge boat in 1839; and among many other names which might be mentioned are those of Mr. Justice Dbnman, who was a member of the Cambridge crews in 1841 aud 1812; Mr. Chitty, Q.C., who rowed for Oxford in three contests, in two of whioh his University was successful; Mr. MacNauohten, Q.O., who was one of the Cambridge crew in 1852 ; Mr. A. L. Smith, who rowed twice for Cambridge, and Mr. Manuel Jones, who is an old Cambridge stroke. In the other branch of the profession there occur to us thd names of Mr. J. T. Morland, of Abingdon, who steered the Cambridge crews in 1859 and 1860; Mr. E. B. MerRiman, of Marlborough, who rowed in the Oxford crew in 1861; and Mr. R. T. Raikes, of the firm of Harries, Wilkinson, & Raikes, who rowed bow for Oxford iu 1SG3 and 1866; and among the younger solicitors there are several distinguished University oarsmen.
Mr. Courtney, M.P., is understood to be both one of the ablest, and also one of the most prudent of UnderSecretaries, never going beyond the tether of his instructions. What, then, can be the meaning of his remark in the debate on the Middlesex Registry Bill on Wednesday evening, that the Government have not come to the conclusion that registration of titles is impracticable? Two years ago a select committee of the House of Commons sat to consider this question, and they reported that, "on the one hand, they are informed, on the authority of Mr. Follett, Q.C., and Mr. Holt [of the Land Transfer Office], that no system of registration of titles can be devised which will be voluntarily adopted, and, on the other hand, they are told by the Lord Chancellor that he has not yet seen any way in