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was made on the bankrupt's allegation that he was possessed of considerable property, bnt enoh was not the fact. The receiver never obtained possession of any part of the bankrupt's property exoept his book*, and Mr. Kidson stated that, from information he had obtained einoe bis appointment, he believed that at the time of filing the liquidation petition the majority of the creditors of the debtor were opposed to it, and were desirous that the estate should be wound up in bankruptcy.

Mr. West, upon cross-examination, stited that when he filed the liquidation petition he knew that orders had been made upon three petitions for leave to proceed, and that executions had been issued against the debtor's property which remained unsatisfied. He heard from his bankruptcy clerk that the receiver had been continued under the adjudication, bnt he had no personal knowledge upon the subject. He had sent in a bill of costs for £63 against the estate. Since lie filed the liquidation petition he had heard that the debtor bad filed a former petition for liquidation, which still remained unclosed, and under which he had not obtained his discharge.

F. C. Willis, in support of the application.—The solicitor is entitled to the costs of the petition for liquidation. He was aware, no doubt, that petitions for adjudication were pending against the debtor, but, under the circumstances, he was entitled to consider that they would not be proceeded with. Moreover, there were thirty-eight actions pending against the debtor, and the property required protection.

Mr. Registrar Pepys.—A receiver might have been appointed, and the property protected, under one of the petitions for liquidation.

, Willis.—The debtor told the solicitor that he had debts and assets, and there is no reason why he should be deprived of his costs. If the creditors had been anxious for a bankruptcy they would have proceeded more rapidly.

E. C. Willis, as amicus curia, mentioned a case from Rochester in which Mr. Registrar Murray had allowed the costs under similar circumstances.

Creed, for the trustees.—There is no authority in support Of the present application. The proceedings under the petition for liquidation were, from every point of view, utterly useless and abortive. Ex parte Sydney (23 W. R. 205, L. R. 10 Ch. App. 208) shows that, until the former liquidation was at an end, the debtor could not enter into any new arrangement. The appointment of a receiver was unnecessary. The court has clearly a discretion as to the costs ot the solicitor: rule 292. In Ex parte Jrjery (22 W. R. 287, L R. 9 Ch. 144), Mellish, L.J., said:— "The object of the rule was that solicitors might know that if they acted properly they would get their coats of a liquidation petition, notwithstanding bankruptcy might ensue, and, as far as the words will allow us, we must fairly carry into effect the object of the rule." But that was a different case, because there the liquidation petition was presented before proceedings in bankruptcy. Under this adjudication there are hardly any assets, and the petition for liquidation and the appointment of the receiver were entirely unnecessary. Ee also cited Ex parte Hopper (L. R. 8 Ch. D. 53.)

F. C. Will s, in reply.—Is the solicitor to suffer for the misrepresentation of his client in reference to the amount of the assets? He is willing to accept what the conrt may tbink reasonable for his costs.

Mr Registrar Pepts said he thought the petition for liquidstionutterly useless under the oircumstances which existed at the time. Several petitions for adjudication had been presented against the debtor, and, if they had been simply adjourned sins die, the case would have been different, butsomeof the creditors had applied for and obtained appointments for a further hearing. Then, and not till then, tbe debtor put a liquidation petition on the file. It was competent for the petitioning creditors under the bankruptcy petitions to make an application for the appointment of a receiver, but they had not done so, and although the bankrupt stated that he had assets amounting to £8,000, the actual amount was very small. The applicant now asked that be might recaive £63 ont of the estate for costs, bnt as he (the registrar) had a discretion under rule 292, he mnst decline to make any order, and tbe application would be refused.

Solicitors for the applicant. West, Tilson, $ Byrne Jones.

Solicitors for the trustees, Kearsey, Son, & Hawes.

(Befort Mr. Registrar Hazlitt, acting as Chief Judge.) April 1.—Be Barnett, Moss, <t- Co.

After the presentation of a petition for liquidation, the overseers of the poor of the parish within which the debtors ctrried on business caused a distress to be levied up >n the goods of the debt irs in respect of oni quarter's poor rates.

The court ordered the offi ;»r to withdraw from possession, and restrained further proceedings by the overseers, the trust56 under the liquidation undertaking to pay the amount ot the rates within tourteen days.

This was an application on behalf of the trustee under a liquidation by arrangement for an injunction to restrain the overseers of the poor of the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, from further enforcing a distress warrant issued against the goods of the debtors, and for an order to withdraw from possession.

The debtors, Messrs. Barnett, Moss, & Co., presented a petition for liquidation on the 17th of January, and at the adjourned first meeting, hel l on the 2nd of March, the creditors passed a resolution for liquidation by arrangement, and appointed a trustee. On the 17th of March the trustee received a certificate of his appointment. A few days since the overseers of the poor of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, applied to a police magistrate for, and obtained a distress warrant against, the goods of the debtors in respect of one quarter's poor rates, and in pursuance of that warrant a levy had been made. The trustee then obtained leave to serve short notice of the present application. It was admitted by the trustee that, when the estate had been realized, there would be sufficient funds for payment of the rates.

Finlay Knight, in support of tbe application—Under section 32 of the Bankruptcy Act all paroohial or other rates due at the date of order of adjudication are payable in priority to all other debts. They are, however, proveabla debts, and under section 12 the respondents have no remedy against the person or property of the debtor, except in manner directed by the Act. Before the time arrives for payment of the rates the respondents levy upon the goods of the debtors. This they have no right to do.

Mugliston, for the respondents.—The injunction ought not to be granted in this case. Under section 13 the conrt has a discretion to allow proceedings, "whether in progress at the commencement of the bankruptcy or commenced during its continuance, to proceed upon such terms as tbe court may think just." If the respondents do not get these rates quarterly they have to make a larger rate upon those people who are willing to pay, and this is obviously inconvenient to the public. Rule 260 also shows that the court has a discretion. The respondents might have sold the goods under the distress, and there is nothing to show that the estate will be prejudiced by a sale.

Knight.—To allow a creditor who has a preferential right to enforce that right by distress upon the debtor's property will be productive of the greatest inconvenience.

Mr. Registrar Hazlitt said the rates must be paid ; the only question was in reference to tbe time. He thought the nroper order to make nnder the circumstsncos would be |o direct the officer to withdraw from possession and to restrain further proceedings by the overseera, but the trustee must undertake to pay the rates within fourteen days. There would be no order as to costs.


LAW STUDENTS' DEBATING SOCIETY Tuesday, April 12.—Mr. Kirk in the chair.—Mr. F. J. Manning was electpd a member. Mr. A. M. Ellis, L.L.B., read a paper on " Tbe tendency of Liberalism to promote an unconstitutional theory of the representation of the people." A discussion followed, in which Messrs. Napier, Fargns, W. V. Barry, Bower, Bartlett, Van Somraer, and Reed took part. A vote of thanks to Mr. Ellis for his paper terminated the proceedings. There will be no meeting of the society next Tuesday, the 19th inst., being Easter Tuesday.

BIRMINGHAM LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY. A meeting of tbe above society was held on Tuesday last, at the Law Library, Bennett's-hill, Birmingham, W. Evans, Esq., presiding. After some special business, the following moot point was disoussed :—" Ought trial by jury in oivil causes to be abolished?" The speakers on the affirmative were Messrs. Line, £. C. Rogers, Smith, and Platisaner. The speakers on the negative were Messrs. Ludlow, Hoggins, Ryland, O'Connor, Coohrane, Rowlands, and Corbett. At the close of the discussion the chairman summed up, and pat the question to the meeting, when there was a large majority in favour of the negative. A vote of thanks to the chairman oouoluded the meeting.

LIVERPOOL LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY. A meeting of this association was held at the Ls.w ILibrary, Liverpool, on Monday, April 4. The chair was taken by Mr. F. J. Leslie. After some disousaion as to altering one of the rules of the sooiety, the following subject was debated:—"That eduoation in Board schools ought to be confined to elementary subjects." Mr. Hall and Mr. Dawbarn were the opening speakers on the affirmative and negative sides. The following members took part in the debate:—Messrs. Kathbone, Reunan, Mill?, Birkett, Pieroe, Gair, Crosfisld, McKeona, and Hannay. The qnestion, when put to the vote, was declared equal; but was decided in the affirmative by the casting vote of the chairman.



Serjeant Peter Burke died on the 26th nit. The decessed ■was the second son of Mr. Peter Burke, of Kim Hall, Tipperary, and he was elder brother of Sir John Burke, the well-known antiquary and genealogist. He was born in 1811 and was educated at Caen College. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Trinity Term, 1839, when he joined the Northern Circuit and the Lancashire, Man Chester, and Kirkdale Sessionp, and he also practised for some years before Parliamentary Committees. He held for several years tbe local rank of Queen's Counsel for the County Palatine of Lancashire, and in 1860 he was created a serjeant-at-law, bat he had for many years ceased to practise. Mr. Burke was the anthor of several works on the Law of Copyright and Patents, and he had also published a Life of Edmund Bnrke, "Celebrated Trials connected with the Aristooraoy," and "The Romance of the Forum." In 1866 be was elected director of the Society of Antiquaries for Normandy, being the first Englishman upon whom such an honour had been oonferred.

MR. RICHARD NEWCOMB THOMPSON. Mr. Richard Newoomb Thompson, solicitor (the head of ■tbe firm of Thompsons, 1'hillips, & Evans), died at Stamford on the 21st olt. Mr. Thompson was the son of Mr. William Thompson, solicitor, of Stamford, and was born in 1804. He was admitted a solicitor in 1825, and had practised for abcnt fifty-five years at Stamford. He was originally in partnership with his father, the firm being afterwards joined by Mr. Richard Phillips. More recently he was associated with Messrs. William and Richard Phillips Thompson, with Mr. Joseph Phillips, who is clerk of the peace for the parts of Kesteven, in Lincolnshire, and with Mr. Riohard Mills Evans, who is registrar of the Stamford County Court, clerk to the Stamford Board of Guardians, superintendent registrar, and clerk to the borough magistrates. Mr. Thompson was a perpetual commissioner for Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, and Rutlandshire, and clerk to the trustees ot the Stamford Borough Charities, and be bad a very extensive private practice.


Mr. Henry Avory, solicitor, clerk of arraigns at the 'Central Criminal Conrr, died at 26, Ladbroke-gardens, Notting-hill, on the 6'h inst., after a long illness. Mr. Avory was born in 1826. He was admitted a solicitor in 1857, having been articled to tbe late Mr. John Clark, who was clerk of the peace for the city of London, and

olerk of arraigns, to whose praotioe he afterwards sueoeeded. A year or two later, on the death of Mr. Robert Marshall Straight, he became olerk of arraigns at the Central Criminal Court and deputy-olerk of assize on the Home Circuit. He had also an extensive private praotioe, having been for several years associated in partnership with his son, Mr. Henry Kemp Avory, who was admitted a solioitor in 1871. Mr. Avory was well versed in criminal law, and he was frequently consulted by the judges upon matters of praotioe. His health had for a long time been failing, and during several months he had been unable to attend to his official duties. Arrangements had been recently made to present Mr. Avory with a testimonial, which had been liberally supported by many of the offioials of the Corporation of London, and by members of both branches of tbe profession.


Mr. John William Willoook, Q.C, died at Woodside, Addlestone, on the 5th inst., in his eighty-first year. Mr. Willcook was born in 1800, and was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Michaelmas Term, 1325. He subsequently migrated to Linc^ln's-inn, and praotised as an equity draftsman and conveyanoer. Ia 1851 he reoeived a silk gown from Lord Truro, and he was for a long time one of the leaders in the court of Yioe-Chancellor Wood, but he retired from praotioe about fifteen years ago. Mr. Willcook was a bencher of Linoolu's-ion.


The Duke of Buckingham has been eleoted Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Baokinghamshire, in saocession to Lord Cottesloe, resigned.

Mr. John Hands, solicitor, of 60, Queen Viotoria-street, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

Mr. William: Hammond Solly has been eleoted DeputyChairman of Quarter Sessions for the St. Albans Division of Hertfordshire.

Sir John Budd PnBAR lias been appointed a Magistrate for Devonshire. Sir J. Phear was born in 1825, and was formerly fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he graduated as a wrangler in 1847, and he was afterwards elected fellow of Clare College. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Hilary Term, 1S51, and he formerly praotised on the Norfolk Circuit. He was a judge of the High Court at Calcutta from 1866 till 1876, when he was appointed-Chief Justice of Ceylon. He was knighted in 1877, and retired on a pension in 1879.

Mr. George William Reads, solicitor, of CongletOD, has been appointed by the high sheriff of Cheshire (George Dixon, Esq., of Astle Hall, Chelford), to be Under-Sheriff of that county for the ensuing year. Mr. Reade was admitted a solicitor in 1853, and he is clerk of indictments and deputy-olerk of assize on the North Wales and Chester Circuit, olerk of indictments for tun Cheshire Quarter Session, and a justice of the peace for the borough of Congleton.

Lord Rendlesham has been eleoted one of the Chairmen of Quarter Sessions for the Eastern Division of the County of Suffolk.

Mr. Henry Goodier Turner, solicitor (of the firm of Rayner & Turner), of Manchester, has been appointed a Commissoner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

Mr. Alfred Youno, barrister, has been appointed Recorder of the City of Glouoester, in succession to the late Mr. Granville Somerset, Q.C. Mr. Young was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Hilary Term, 1858. He practises on tbe Oxford Cirouit and at the Staffordshire Sessions.

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Henry Darell Brown and Alexandre Frederick Rooke, solicitors (Brown & Rooke), Westerham, Kent. April 1. In future bneineea will be carried on by the said Alexander Frederick Kooke under the style of Brown &

{Gazette, April 12, 1881.]


Joint Stock Companies.

Limited Ix Chutczbt.

Eichaxoe Bawkiito Cobcpawy, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or beforo May 12, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims to Henry Threlkold. Edwards, Gannon st. May 23 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Jo Hit Marlaxd Davies Axd Compaity, Limiticd.—The M.R. has by an order, dated May 31, appointed Joseph James Bissicks, Victoria st, Bristol, Oil Merchant, to be official liquidator. Creditors are required, on or before May 9, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims to the above. May 10 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Ligal, Medical, Aitd Gbxsbal Stobbs, Livitsd.—Petition for winding up, presented Apr 6, directed to be heard before tho M.R. on Apr 30. Warner, Quality ct. Chancery lane, solicitor for the petitioners

New Viciobia Salt Coicpaht, Limited.—Petition for the continuance of the voluntary winding up, or failing that, for the winding up, presented Apr 8, directed to bo heard before Bacon, V.C., on Apr 30. Hollams and Co, Mincing lane, solicitors for the petitioners

Osbobxk Higgixs Awd Compact, LiitiTBD. — Creditors are required, on or before May 11, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims to Henry Threlkeld Edwards, Cannon st. May 18 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon tho debts and claims

{Gazette, Apr. 8.1 Loxdott Aerated Axd Mixbbal Waters Compaxy, Limited.— Creditors are reqnired, on or beforo May 18, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims to William Aldridge, Basinghall st. May 23 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims Nobtiifield Trox And Tyrr Compaxy, Limited.—By an order mado by Hall, V.C., dated Apr 1, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the company be continued. Ridsdale aud Co, Gray's inn sq, solicitors for the petitioners Revenue Mixbbal Company, Limited.—The M.R. has by an order dated Apr 8, appointed Edward Hart* Moorgate st, to bo official liquidator

Thorp's Gawber Hall Collieries, Limited.—By an order made by Hall, V.C., dated March 31, it was ordered that the collieries be wound up. Boll and Co, solicitors for the petitioner

Tramways Corpobatiox, Limited.—Creditors aro required, on or before May 2, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims to Francis Thomas Largo, Bucklersbury. May 10 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Western District Co-oprrative Societt, Limttrd.—Petition for winding up, presented Apr 8, directed to bo heard before Hall, V.C., on Apr 20. Finch, Borough High st, Southwark, solicitor for tho jwtitioner

{Gazette, Apr 18.] Friendly Societies Dissolvkd. Uxitabtax Christian Church Brotherly Society, Unitarian Church Vestry, Northampton. Apr 8

\ Gazette, Apr. 8.] True Bbitoxs' Friendly Society, White Horse Inn, St Paul's, Bedford. Apr 8

{Gazette, Apr. 12.]

At the CbarlevilJe Petty Session*, says the Irish correspondent of the Times, a case of a novel character came 00 for hearing. Mr. J. R. 0'Gorman, proprietor of one of the hotels of the town, was indicted for that, beiDg an innkeeper, he, on the 15th of March, refused to receive and entertain Mr. Norris Goddard, Mr. Charles John Smith, and other representatives of the Property Defeoce Association at his hotel, they being able and willing to pay for their entertainment. At half-past six o'clock on the evening mentioned five persons applied for and obtained accommodation at the hotel, and at halfpast ten o'clock Mr. O*Gorman, having been informed that they were representatives of the Property Defence Association, compelled them to leave the house, which they did, having previously warned Mr. OfGorman that they would hold him responsible for the consequences of his sots. Mr. Rice, the Sessional Crown Prosecutor, was unable to produce any authorities showing that the charge made was an indictable offence, as all the "Jarveys'* refused to convey his law books from the railway station to the court-house. Under these circumstances, the magistrates decided to submit the evidence in the case to the Law Adviter for his opinion as to whether an indictable offence was disclosed.


VACATION NOTICE. There will be no sitting in court daring the Easter vacation. All applications which may require to be immediately or promptly beard are to be made to Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice of England. In any case of great urgency the brief of counsel is to be sent to the judge by book-po-t or parcel, prepaid, accompanied by office copies of the affidavits in support of the application, and also by a minute on a separate sheet of paper, signed by counsel, of the order he may consider the applicant entitled to, and an envelope capable of receiving the papers and addressed as follows:— "Chancery official letter. To the Registrar in Vacation, Chancery Registrars' Chambers, Royal Courts of Justice, London, W.C." On applications for injunotioas or writs of ne exeat regno, in addition to the above, there must also be sent the original,writ, or a copy of it, with the indorsement* thereon, a copy of the statement of claim, if any, and, if the original writ is not sent, a certificate that it has been issued. The papers sent to the judge will be returned to the registrar. The address of Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice of England, who during the Easter vacation will act as Vaoation Judge in the Chancery Division, can be obtained on application at the Chancery Registrars' Chambers (Room 136), Royal Courts of Justice. The chambers of Mr. Justice Fry will be open on Saturday, April 16, from eleven to one. On Good Friday, and on Monday and Tuesday iu Eaiter week, the said chambers will not be open.



LAST DAY OF PROOF. Bails v, Robebt, Nottingham, Broker. Apr 22. Phillips v Bailoy,

M.R. Cranch, Nottingham Br/LLocK, Waltbb Tbevblyatt, Faulkbonrno Hall, Essex, Clerk.

Apr2U. Holland v Bullock, M.R. Smith, Craven at, Strand Fletckeb, Michael, Kexby, York, Farmer. Apr 2a. Mills v

Flotchor, M.R. Wilkinson, York Gardner, Johb, Vauxhall bridge rd, Westminster. Apr U. Gardner

v Gardner, V.C. Bacon. Draper, Vincent sq, Westminster Hatkirld, James, Loeds, Gent. May 4. Barnfather v Hatfield, M.B.

Pullan, Leods

Hathway, Robebt Bbyaht, Frampton Cottorell, Gloucester, Farmer. Apr 28. Gibbs v Vizard, V.C. Hall. Troufield, Clipping Sodbury

Jr/ons, Thomas, Macclesfield, Chester, Innkeeper. May 4. Judge

v Judge, M.R. Hand, Macclesfield Lawrence, Robebt, Walthsm St Lawrence, Berks, Builder. Apr25.

Chubb v Lawrence, V.C. Bacon, Cave, Bracknoll Pbbcy, Mattiiew, Etruria, Stoke upon Treut, Furnace Manager.

Apr 30. Welsh v Percy, V.C Hall. Challinor, Hanley Wilkik, David Howe, Henry st, Portland town, St John's wood,

Baker. Apr 30. Wilkio v Wilkio, Fry, J. Neish, Watling st.

Queen Victoria st

IGazttU, Apr. LJ

Eastwood, Jevfbet, Burnley, Lancaster. May 3. Liddell v Binns.

M.R. Backhouse and Co, Burnley
Cbesswell, Maby Olvbb, Farm lane, Fnlham. May lfl.

v Cridland, V.C. Hall. Wade, Clifford's inn Kxigiit, Chables, Blackheath rd, Kent, Distillcr'B Collector. May

2. Knight vViney, M.R. Grimthos, Staple inn Lello, John New Cross, Wednesfleld, Wolverhampton, Fanner.

Apr 30. Lello v Lello, Fry, J. Low, Clifford's inn Powis, John, Pall Mall East, Gent. Apr 20. Powis v Powis, M.R,.

Waiuwright, Staplo inn Smith, John Sodbn, Upton, Hereford, Gent. Apr 27. Thackwell

v Roberts, V.C. Bacon. Dent, Wolverhampton WniTEsiDK, Henry Holmes, Kingston upon Hull, Stockbroker.

Apr 29. Hull Banking Company, Limited v Jackson, M.R. Bossell, Bedford row

[Gazette, Apr. 5.]


LAST DAY OF CLAIM. Bennett, Emily, Bolsize avenue, HampsteaU. Apr 30. Norton and

Co, Victoria st, Westminster Bebgin, Patbick, Graham rd, Dalston, Clerk H.M. Customs. May

12. Carleton-Holmes and Sou, Bedford row Boom, Rev. John, Bromyard, Horeford, Clerk. Apr 30. Thorpe,


Bow, John Lawrence, Nottingham, Builder. May t. Hunt and

Williams, Nottingham Brown, Geobok, Tweedmonth, Berwick upon Tweed, Carpcnur.

June 1. Wise and Co, Ashborne

Cit vomcf, Mart, Dewslmry, York. Apr 30. Chadwick and Sods,


I'uu, Joseph Olives, Kingston upon Hull, Gent. Apr 1G. Thompson and Co, Hull EnMoxdson, John Melloe, Liverpool, Leather Merchant. May 1.

N orris and Son, Liverpool Edwaeds, Thomas, Tredegar, Monmouth, Retired Grocer. June 1.

Shepard, Tredegar Fox, Edwabd Chablton, Belgrave, Sidmouth, Devon, M.D. June

1. Mercer and Alderson, Sheffield Graham, Febous James, Pau, France, Esq. May 1. Williams and

Co, Lincoln's inn fields Harding, Herb? Whittall, Newington Butts, Timber Merchant.

Apr SO. Gedge and Co, Old Palace yd, Westminster Jones, Joseph, Wigan, Provision Dealer. May 17. Barlow, Wigan Kingsbury, William Ebexezer, Walthamstow, Essex, Retired

Wholesale Newsvendor. May 31. King and Peto, Abchurch lane Musgbave, Sir Richabd Couktenay, Edenhall, Cumberland, Bart.

June 1. Williams and Co, Lincoln's inn fields Noyce, George, Hythe, Southampton, Gent. May 21. Hickman

and Son, Southampton Parsons, Samuel Newton, Milborne Port, Somerset, Surgeon. May

7. Bennett, Bruton Pops, Hexey Montagu Randall, Old sq, Lincoln's inn, Barrister

at Law. May 13. Barnard and Co, Lincoln's inn fields Retd, LonsE Elbanoe, Southwick st, Hyde pk. May 16. Jull and

Rogers, Queen Anne's gate, Westminster Ross, Anns, Redbridgc, Southampton. Apr 20. Ross, Brambridge,

nr Bishopstoke

Roctledge, John, Bankhead, Cumberland, Yeoman. Apr 11. Sanl, Carlislo

Kingsxgbtk, Eliza Webbee, Spring Houso, Lower Merton. May 16. Rhodes and Son, Chancery lane

Kinowell, Sabah Anw, St David, Exeter. May 3. Savory, Modbury

Kxowles, Adam, Ince, nr Wigan, Lancaster, Brewer. May 17. Barlow, Wignn

Luxd, James, Worthing, Sussex, Surveyor. Apr 26. Terrall, Worthing

Machin, John, Hinstock, Salop. Apr 28. TJnderhill, Newport Mabbiott, Maet, Clifton, Bristol. May 1. Salt and Parnell, Bristol Mabshall, Martha, Weybridge, Surrey. Apr 23. Futvoye and

Co, John st, Bedford row Smith, Nathaniel, Dukinfield, Chester,Beerseller. Ai>r25. Booth,

Ashton-under-Lyne Tabs, James, Bartou.le-Willows, York, Butcher. Apr 30. Jackson,

Mai ton

Tcbhbull, Andeew, Seaham Harbour, Durham, Gent. Juno 1.

Joel, Newcastle-upon-Tyne VnrcEWT, Johepr, Chaffcombe, Somerest, Farmer. May 10.

Clarke and Lukin, Chard Walhwbight, Ellen, Liverpool. May 21. Jones and Kitchingman,


Wabd, John, Wakefield, York, out of business. May 2. Mander

and Son, Wakefield Websteb, William, Bideford, Devon, Esq. June 1. Webster,


West, Job Henet, Thornton Heath, Croydon, Esq. Juno 1.

Blachford and Co, College hill, Cannon st Williams, Edward, Slough, Bucks. Licensed Victualler. May 1.

Hubbard, Joint Stock Bk chinbrs. West Smithfleld Williams, Frederic William, Bath, Retired Grocer. May 30.

Lindus and Bicknell, Cheapside Willis, Joseph, Kingston-upon-Hull, Master Marinor. May 5.

Thompson and Co, Hull

[.Gazette, Apr. 1.1

At>shead, Henet Stapleton, Macclesfield, Chester, Iron Merchant.

May 10. KUlmister, Macclesfield Aiinrn Fbancis, Ermington, Devon. May 3. Savery, Modbury,


Ashwobth, William, Rochdale. May 1. Worth, Rochdale
Bahb, Geobge William, Liverpool, Merchant. July 30. Forshaw,


Bakes, William, Failsworth, Lancaster, Butcher. Apr 30. Clayton, Ashton-under-Lyne

Bbownino, Richard, Stoke Saint Gregory, Somerset. May 17. Benson and Carpenter, Bristol

Cxabk, John, Swmeflect, nr Goole, York, Master Mariner. May 10. England and Son, Goole

Ci-abk, Margaret, Kimberley, Griqualand West, South Africa. May 10. Englond and Son, Goole

Cleaet, James, Liverpool, Car Proprietor. Apr 13. Lynch and Teebay, Liverpool

Collens, Ann, West Luton, Bedford. May 2. Nevo, Luton

Darke. Axn Elizabeth, Cooper's row, Licensed Victualler. Apr23. Sham and Co, Theobald's rd, Gray's inn

Dbummoxd, William Charles, Portswood, Southampton, Lieutenant-Colonel in her Majesty's Service. Juno 1. Green and Moberley, Southampton

Eaenshaw, Aaron Thorpe, Rochdale, Joiner. May 10. Standing and Taylor, Rochdale

Edwards, James, Exeter, Retired Hat Manufacturer. May 30. Petherick, Exeter

Extwistle, Edward Loyd, St James' st, Captain 1st Royal Dragoons. May 15. Swinburne and Mills, Bedford row

Fishes, William, Gt Eccleston, Lancaster, out of business. Apr 30. Banks, Preston

Fitzwilliam, Mart Masia, Brighton. May 7. Griffith and Eggar, Brighton

Hibbest, Thomas Fletcher, Swinton, nr Manchester, Gent. May

17. Fox, Manchester Hick, Maeia, Moortown, Leeds. June 1. Middleton and Sons,


Hill, Pascoe Gbexpell, Plymouth, Solicitor. May 2. Curteis, Plymouth

Hodgson, Elizabeth, Hartlepool, Durham. Apr 30. Todd and Harrison, Hartlepool

Hdrnabd, Jakes, Lexdon, Essex, Esq. May 10. Pope and Co, Colchester

Kelly, Elizabeth, Liverpool. May 5. Dreaper, Liverpool

Mathison, William, Berwick upon Tweed, Grocer. May 12. Dunlop, Quay walls, Berwick

Oldpield, John, Walton Grove, nr Chesterfield, Earthenware Manufacturer. May 2. Black, Chesterfield

Pace, Edwaed Henry, Pershore, Worcester, Solicitor. Apr 15. Pace

Pike, John, Navarino rd, Dalston, Fishmonger. May 9. Mortey

and Shin-eft, Palmerston buildings, Old Broad st Rabt, William, Bolton, Lancaster, Innkeeper's Assistant. Apr 30.

Brown ani Hinnetl, Bolton Redhbad, Thomas Wabrinkr, Bolton, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Apr

30. Brown and Hinnel, Bolton

Relph, Mark, York, Game Dealer. May 2. Cobb, York
Rice, James, King's Norton, Worcester/Farmer. May 11. Newey,.

Ross, Esther, Manley pi, Kennington pk. June 1. Tilleord and
Co, Old Jewry

Sciilssinqbb, Max, Russell sq, M.D. May 14. Emanuel and

Simmonds, Finsbury circus Swift, Helen, Holmthorpe, Redhill, Surrey. May 14. Sweetland,.

Old Broad st

Walker, Michael, Claphom rd, Gent. May 16. Walker, Norfolk, st. Strand

Watiins, Thomas, Llandavi, Kilguddin, Monmouth, Gent. June 20.

Watkins, Pontypool Whyte, Charles, CUfton, Bristol, Inspector-General of Hospitals.

Apr 30. Richardson, Bristol Williams, Charlotte, Brooksby st, Islington. May 20. Layton

and Jaquos, Ely pi, Holborn

[Gazette, Apr. 5.]

AETnus, Daniel, Bishopsworth, Somerset, Gent. May 20. Now

man and Co, Yeovil Bahk, George William, Liverpool, Merchant. July 30. Forshaw,.


Beninoton, Henet Geobge, Lee, Kert, Esq. May 14. Cobbold and

Woolley, Chancory lano Bond, Elizabeth Sabah, Jeffry's st, Camden Town. June 1.

Matthews and Wells, Southampton bldgs, Chancery lane Bsewstee, James, Gipsey hill, Norwood, Esq. July 1. Cole and

Son, Church ct, Clement's lane Bbidgehouse, Thomas, Over Darwen, Lancaster, Mason. Apr 25.

Costeker, Over Darwen Capell, Thomas, sen, Flooro, Northampton, Farmer. Apr 27.

Roche, Daveutry

Cooke, Thomas, Liverpool rd, Licensed Victualler. May II.

Fisher, Essex st. Strand CoRriELD, Jambs, Yeovil, Somerset, Gnnt. May 12. Bollen,


Cbosslbt, Thomas, Heckmondwike, York, Tailor. Apr 29. Dean and Son, Batley

Davies, William Edmund, Brighton, Gent. June 1. Clarke and

Co, Ship st, Brighton Dickinson, William Henbt, Tonbridgo Wells, Kent, Clerk in

H.M.'s Customs. May 21. Bogue, Chancery lane Dening, Chables, Chard, Somerset, Ironfoundcr. May 23. Canning

and Kyrke, Chard Deewett, Jane, Clifton, Bristol. May 2. Gwyer, Bristol Edwaeds, Richabd, Osborne terrace, Clapham road, Gent. May

31. Fell, Aylosbury

Ellis, Louisa Hbaton, Harley st, Cavendish sq. May 13. Baileys

and Co, Burners st Elmore, Alfred, St Alban's rd, Kensington, Esq. June 1. Hedges

and Brandreth, Red Lion sq Hendebson, Peteb Lindsat, Woodfled, Hendon, Steamship Owner.

May 28. Aston, Lombard st Henriques, Arthur Quixaho, Manchester, Merchant. June 13.

Sale and Co, Manchester HoconTON, Sophia, Livorpool. May 4. Burton and Coleman,.


Hunt, Alice, Waterside, Eccleshill, Lancaster. Apr 30. Costeker,. Over Darwen

King, Robert, Kennington rd, Lambeth, Retired Cab Proprietor.

May 9. Edmonds, Brixton rd Lamb, William, Brisco, nr Carlisle, Cumberland, Yeoman. June 1.

Hough, Carlisle

Lancaster, Rev. Thomas Buexb, Clifton, Bristol, Clerk. Mny 20.

Wood and Co, Raymond bldgs, Gray's inn Longstapp, Robert, Neasham, Durham, Market Gardener. AprSO.

Waistell, Darlington Mckibbin, Alexandeb, Broughton, West Derby, Lancaster, Mor.

chant. June 1. Thompson, York Mobsman, William, Southwark pk rd, Traveller. Apr 30. Chapman, London wall Nalder, William, Sanford pi, Stoke Newington common, Gent,

May 8. Kearsey and Co, Old Jewry Postlethwaite, George, Oaklcigh, East Grinstead, Sussex, Esq.

May 31. Hasties, East Grinstead Read, William, Chardstock, Dorset, Yeoman. May 28. Canning

and Kyrke, Chard Saunders, Charles Henra-, Clarence rd, Kentish Town, Gent.

June 1. Matthews and Wells, Southampton bldgs, Chancory lano Shaw, Joshua, Shelf, York, Farmer. May 1. Stansfeld, Halifax Shick, Joseph, Mildmay rd. Stoke Newington, Gent. May 3L.

Biriinghur8t and Wood, Bucklcrsbury Sxeath, Ltdia Nanette, Gt Cumberland pi, Hyde pk. May 1.

Rooks and Co, King st, Cheapsido Veetue, Catherine Ehskine, Harcombo rd. Stoke Newington.

May 20. Wnlker and Co, Southampton st, Bloomsbury Vince, John Steatton, Bridgnorth, Salop, Hotel Proprietor. Apr

30. Gordon and Nicholls, Bridgnorth Wall, Rov. William Ellis, Powich, Worcester, Clerk. May 10.

Bnmeby, Worcester Yof.TGHusBAND, Oswald, Weymonth, Dorset.Civil Engineer. May

10. Roy and Cartwright, Lothbury

[Gazette, Apr. 8.J


HOUSE OF LORDS. APRIL 7.—BILLS BEAD A SECOND TIME. Private Bills.—Westgate and Birohington Gas, Great 'Eastern and East Norfolk Railway Companies, Richmond Gas, Swindon and Cheltenham Extension Railway.

BILL IN COMMITTEE. Army Discipline and Regulation.

BILLS READ A THIRD TIME. Pbivate Bills.—Boston Dock, Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway, Liverpool City Police Superannuation.

APRIL 8.-ROYAL ASSENT. The Royal Assent was given by Commission to the following Bills:—Army Discipline and Regulation, Local Government Board (Ireland) Provisional Orders Confirmation (Clonakilty, &c), Tuokton Bridge, Lydd Railway, Australian Agricultural Company, Hanoook's Patent, Hilton, Sontbwick, and Monkwearmouth Railway, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, Colonial Company (Limited), Caledonian Railway (Guaranteed Annuities Stock, No. 2), Ramsey and Sometsbam Junotion Railway, Cleveland Mineral Railway, and Liverpool City Police Superannuation.

BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. Private Bills.—Fylde Water, Hexham Gas, Dudley ■Gas.

BILLS READ A THIRD TIME. Private Bills.—Norih and South Woolwioh Subway, iSevenoaks Gas.

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