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Pollard, Richard Watson, Blaydon, Devon, Farmer. May 19 at 3.30 Cox, William, Feckenham, Worcester, Stone Mason. May 25 at 11

at Magor's Commercial Hotel, Newton Abbott. Francis and Co, at offices of Scott, and Horton, New rd, Bromsgrove Newton Abbott

Croft, Frederick Lester, Bradford, York, Book keeper. May 20 at Popplewell, George Henry, Orston, Nottingham, out of business. 11 at offices of Greaves and Taylor, Cheapside, Bradford May 18 at 12 at offices of Belk, Middle pavement, Nottingham

Crosby, John, Bradford, York, Saddler. May 23 at 4 at offices of Pursglove, Ishmael, Hayfield, nr, Stockport, Quarry Owner. May Last and Betts, Bond st, Bradford

31 at 12 at 79 Piccadilly, Manchester. Shakespear, Chancery lane Cross, Charles, Redditch, Worcester, Engineer. May 23 at 11.30 at Ramsay, Henry Taylor, Kingston upon Hull, Watchmaker, May 17

offices of Powell and Browett. Ann st, Birmingham at 2 at othces of Henry, Furnival's inn, Holborn

Cummings, James, Birmingham, Fishmonger. May 20 at 3 at offices Robinson, Benjamin Frederic, Witton cum Twambrooks, nr North of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham

wich, Chester, Baker. May 26 at 11.30 at Wilson's Commercial Dark, Joseph, Copenhagen st, Islington, May 24 at 4 at offices of Hotel, Bridge st, Runcorn. Cooke

Holmes, Eastcheap Scarlett, Edward Charles, Leominster, Hereford, out of business. Davis, Edward, and Michael Joseph Gashion, High Holborn, Tailors. May 29 at 12 at Royal Oak Hotel, Leominster. Moore, Leominster

June 1 at 12.30 at offices of Vanderpump, Gray's inn sa Schiffner, John, St John st, Clerkenwell, Card Box Manufacturer.

Denham, Joseph, Low Felling, Durham, Grocer. May 23 at 3 at May 12 at 3 at offices of Whetherfield, Queen st, Cheapside

offices of Pybus, Post Office chbrs, St Nicholas sq, Newcastle Selby, Thomas, Frisby on the Wreake, Leicester, Farmer. May 19

upon Tyne at 2 at Bell Hotel, Humberstone gate, Leicester. Atter, Melton

Dicksee, Samuel James Cox, Crowborough Cross, Sussex, Minister. Mowbray

May 25 at 2 at offices of Pilgrim, Southampton st, Bloomsbury Sheppard, Richard Henry, Bedminster, Bristol, Licensed Victualler, Dobson, Elizabeth, Kirkgate, Wakefield, Innkeeper. May 23 at 11 May 16 at 11 at offices of Ward, Albion chambers, Bristol

at the Foresters room, Crown ct, Wakefield. Mander and Son, Simpson, Sam, and Wharton Crossley. Bradford, York, Coal Mer

Wakefield chants. May 16 at 3 at offices of Neill, Kirkgate, Bradford

Drakes, Daniel, Market Rasen, Lincoln, Farmer. May 18 at 11 at Smethurst, Henry, Stafford, Jeweller. May 18 at 11 at offices of

offices of Chambers, King st, Market Rasen Morgan, Martin st, Stafford

Eales, Edward Nicholas, and William Wright Eales, Coventry, Smith, George, Dalby on the Wolds, Leicester, Grocer. May 20 at Grocers. May 23 at 1 at offices of Neale, Hay lane, Coventry 12 at offices of Bartlett, Mill st, Loughborough

Ewins, Samuel Daniel, Ave Maria lane, Ludgate hill, Fancy WareSmith, Sydney Edmund, Lower Thames st, Packing Case Maker. houseman. May 21 at 11 at offices of Eley, New Broad st May 23 at 12 at offices of Tower, Thames st

Finch, Benjamin, High Holborn, Sanitary Engineer. May 31 at 2 Smith. William, Stroud, Gloucester, Hotel Keeper. May 21 at 12 at at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Montague, Bucklersbury offices of Jackson, George st, Gloucester •

Fitzgerald, Patrick, Bolton, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. May 23 Solway, John, and James Solway, Weston super Mare, Builders.

at 3 at offices of Rutter and Finney, Mawdsley st, Bolton May 23 at 12 at offices of Weymouth, Regent st, Weston super Forbes, James, South Shields, Licensed Victualler. May 20 at 3 at Mare. Mann and Rodway Trowbridge

offices of Newlands, King st, South Shields Summers, William, Hackney rd, Oil and Colour Man. May 18 at 3

Gascoine. William Gustavus, Central Meat Market, Meat Salesman, at offices of Ellis and Crossfield, Mark lane

May 24 at 1 at offices of Seymour Hubbard, London Joint Stock Terry, William, Birmingham, Licensed Victualler. May 20 at 3 at offices of Buller and Bickley, Bennett's hill, Birmingham

Bank chmbrs, West Smithfield

Gent. George, Clevedon, Somerset, Medical Practitioner. May 23 Tibbatts, William Thomas, Bristol, Grocer.May 21 at 12 at offices of Andrews, Nicholas st, Bristol

at offices of J. and S. E. Parsons, High st, Bristol. Bakers and Tilbury, Thomas, Church rd, Willesden, Builder. May 16 at 12 at

Co, Weston-super-Mare

Gittins, Thomas Jordan, Stoke-upon-Trent, Licensed Victualler. offices of Greenfield, Abchurch lane Towler, Levi, Burton in Lonsdale, York, Cotton Spinner. May 27

May 19 at 11.30 at Glebe Hotel, Glebe st, Stoke-upon-Trent. at 3 at offices of Chorlton, Brazennose st, Manchester

Ashwell, Stoke-upon-Trent Turville. Amos. Coventry, Warwick. May 23 at 11 at offices of Hancox, John Handel, Oldswinford, Worcester, Chartermaster. Goate, Little Park st, Coventry

May 23 at 3 at offices of Addison, High st, Brierley Hill Tyson, William, Great Grimsby, Lincoln. Grocer. May 17 at 2 at

Hand. Thomas Daniel, Leicester, Builder. May 24 at 12 at offices of the White Hart Hotel, Old Market pl, Great, Grimsby. Siead and

Shires, Market st, Leicester Sibree, Kingston upon Hull

Harvey, John, Stoney Stanton, Leicester, Licensed Victualler. Waldron, John, Fulfiood, Winchester, Wine and Spirit Merchant.

May 24 at 3 at offices of Hincks, Bowling Green st, Leicester May 25 at 1.30 at the Black Swan Hotel, Winchester. Eve, Alder. | Haynes, James Thomas, Walthamstow, Essex, Ginger Beer Maker. shot

May 18 at 11 at Broadway, Stratford Westby, Henry, Burtonwood, nr Newton le Willows, Lancaster,

Heath, John Grindy. Rudyard. Stafford, Butcher. May 21 at 2 at Farmer. May 27 at 3.30 at 41, Legh st, Earlestown. Riley

offices of Bloor, Stockwell st, Leek Wilcock, John, Clitheroe, Lancaster, Ironmonger. May 20 at 3 at

Heppel. Jane, Durham, Bootmaker. May 25 at 11 at offices of Mar. the Mitre Hotel, Cathedral gates, Manchester. Robinson, Bolton

shall, Market pl, Durham Wilkinson, William, Wolverley, nr Wen, Salop, Farmer. May 19 at

Hill. Jason. Sambourne Warren, Warwick, Feedle Manufacturer. 3 at the Crown Hotel, St Mary's st Shrewsbury. [Morris and Sons,

May 24 at 11.30 at offices of Powell and Browett, Ann st, BirmngShrewsbury

ham Wood, George, Wraysbury, Buckingham, Paper Manufacturer.

Hill, Samuel, Husbands Bosworth, Leicester. Farmez. May 2 May 20 at 1 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Lott, Gt George

at 3 at offices of Watson and Baxter, Lutterworth. Leader, st, Westminster

Rugby Wood, Joseph, Leeds, Grocer. May 17 at 3 at offices of Granger and

Hillard, Thomas, Yarlington, Somerset, Farmer. May 23 at 12 Raper, Bank st, Leeds

at the Greyhound Hotel, Wincanton, Somerset. Hobbs, jun., Woodyat, William Henry, Treharris, Weigher, May 18 at 10.30 at

Wells offices of Howells, Aberdare

Hodnett. Joseph, Wombridge, Salop, Grocer. May 21 at 11.30 at

offices of Young, Market st, Wellington, Phillips and Co, ShifTUESDAY, May 10, 1881.

nal Adams, James Andrew, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancaster, Saddler. Holland, Manningtree, Essex, Whitesmith. June 3 at 1 at Packet May 24 at 3 at offices of Jones, 51, King st, Manchester

inn, Manningtree. Pollard, Ipswich Allen, Joseph Ogden, Manchester, Provision Merchant. May 27 at Hubbard, Horatio. Hatton wall, Holborn, Baker, May 19 at 3 at 3 at offices of Cobbett and Co, 61. Brown st, Manchester

offices of Micklethwait, Red Lion sg, Holborn Ares, Henry, Mildenhall, Suffolk, Farmer. May 23 at 11 at the Hughes, George, Llandilo, Carmarthen, Ironmonger. May 26 at White Hart Hotel, Mildenhall. Read, Mildenball

11 at the Grand Hotel, Broad street, Bristol. Morris, CarmarBaker, James, Ormskirk, Lancaster, Potato Dealer. May 23 at 11 then at offices of Brighouse and Brighouse, Ormskirk

Jackson. James Walter Billingsgate Market. Fish Salesman. Barker, Edward, Whitehaven, Cumberland, Hatter, May 21 at 11 May 19 at 3 at offices of Ley and Brocklesby, Water lane, Great at offlces of Mason. 67, Duke st, Whitehaven

Thames st Barraclough, Joseph, Bradford, York, Grocer. May 20 at 11 at Jenkins, Evan, and Thomas Jenkins, Swansea, Grocers. May 18 ofhces of Peel and Co, 135, Chapel lane, Bradford

at 3 at offices of Collins, Broad st, Bristol. Evan and Davies, Baxendale, Joseph, Kirkgate, Wakefield, York, Clogger. May 24 at Swansea 3 at Golden Lion Hotel, Le'ds. Harrison and Beaumont

Jones, George, Prestatyn, Flint, Accountant. May 24 at 3 at Royal Bell, George John, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Merchant. May 20 at 2 at Hotel, Rhyl. Evans, Holywell offices of Traders' Association, 32, Grainger st West, Newcastle-on Jones, John, Lampeter, Cardigan, Builder. May 28 at 2 at offices of Tyne. Richardson, Newcastle-on-Tyne

Lloyd, High st, Lampeter Banks, Thomas, Fenton, Stafford, Grocer. May 24 t 11 at offices Jones, Watkin, Newport, Mon. Coal Merchant. May 20 at 11 at office of Leech, Ironmonger, Newcastle-under-Lyme

of Vaughan, Dock st, Newport Bilsbrough, William Thomas. Preston. Innkeeper. May 26 at 11 at Jordan, Richard. Stoneycroft, nr Liverpool, Builder. May 23 at 12 Connty Court Offices, Winckley st, Preston. Fryer, Preston

at offices of Paynter, South Castle st, Liverpool Bishop, James, Southampton. Chemist. May 19 at 3 at offices of Knowles, John, Runcorn, Chester, Licensed Victualler. May 24 at Lomas and Co, Old Jewry chmbrs. Watts, Southampton

3 at Wilson's Hotel. Day and Lake Brain. William, Dockha 5, nr Cinderford, Gloucester, Farmer. Lee, Levi, Russell villas, Seven Sister's rd, Builder. May 23 at 2 at May 23 at 12 at offices of Parker, Newnham

offices of Keily, Molyneux ehbrs, Goswell :d Briggs, Thomas Francis Richard, Sheerness, Kent, Taylor. May 10 Lees, William, Warwick, Grocer. May 23 at 11 at 19, High st, Warat 12 at Sun Hotel, Chatham. Stallon, Sheerness

wick. Boddington, Warwick Brown, William Henry, Birmingham, Journeyman Painter. May 20 Lloyd, Richard, Gilfachgoch, Llantrissant, Glamorgan, Tailor. at 3 at offices of East, Tomple st, Birmingham

May 21 at 12 at offices of Rosser, High st, Pontypridd Browne, Michael Charles, Schoolmaster, Waterloo rd. May 21 at 2 Luff, George Thomas Baker, Cadogan mansions, Sloane sq, at offices of Hurd, Cheapside

Builder. May 23 at 3 at offices of Van Tromp, Essex st, Strand Burrell, Thomas, Birstall, York, Draper, May 24 at 3 at Royal Hote Mabe, George, Templeton, Narberth South, Pembroke, Butcher. Dewsbury. Smith and Wallis, Birstall

May 21 at il at offices of Losrelles, Narberth Barton, Frederick, Daniel, Sheffield, Professor of Music. May 20 at Mainman, Alfred Reid, Bala, Mer.oneth, Grocer. May 27 at 11 at iljat offices of Mellor, Queen st, Sheffield

offices of Roose and Price, North John st, Liverpool. Grace and Chase, Francis, Thompson, Denmark terrace, Horrsey, Baker. Smith, Liverpool May 18 at 3 at offices of Godfrey, Gresham bdgs, Guildhall

Manley, Henry James, Barnstaple, Innkeeper. May 23 at 2 at office Cort, Thomas, Manchester, Paper Manufacturer. May 25 at 11 at of Bronc ham, High st, Barnstaple

the Mitre Hotel, Cathedral gates Manchester. Preston and Young, | Mansell, William, Little Queen st, Bookbinder. June 3 at 3 at Law Manchester

1 Institution, Chancery lane. Vanderpump, Gray's inn sq

SCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA,

Marsh, George John Eyton, Westow terrace, Upper Norwood, { Youat, William, Chittlehampton, Devon, Builder, May 23 at 12 at
Grocer. May 25 at 2 at Masons' Tavern, Basinghall st. Brown, offices of Thorpe, Castle st, Barnstaple
Basinghall st

Zurhorst, Alfred Robert Victoria Dock rd, Canning Town, WholeMcCowan, Heywood, Lancaster, Grocer, May 20 at 3 at offices of sale Confectioner. May 21 at 2 at Mason's Hall Tavern, Mason's Grundy, 14, Union st, Bury

avenue, Basinghall st. Gregory, Cannon st Mignot, William John, Shipton st, Hackney rd, Boot Manufacturer.

May 25 at 3 at offices of Harte, 47, Moorgate st
Millns, Rebecca, North Wingfield, Derby, Grocer. May 26 at 3 at

offices of Gee, High st, Chesterfield
Minns, George, Gt Peter st, Westminster, Licensed Victualler. May

Anti-Dyspeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder. 20 at 12 at offices of Chandler and Co, 15, Coleman st Moyes, Laurie, Camden rd, Commercial Traveller. May 23 at 2 at

Guaranteed Pure Soluble Cocoa of the Finest Quality, with the offices of Smith, 37, Walbrook

excess of fat extracted.

The Facnlty pronounce it "the most nutritious, perfectly digestible Napper, David, Birdhand, Sussex, Farmer. May 27 at 2 at offices

Orverage for Breakfast, Luncheon, or Suppe, and invaluable for of Gregory, 81, East st, Chichester

Ir valids and Children." Neave, Alfred James, Kingston, Surrey, Auctioneer. May 28 at 10

Highly commended by the entire Medica Press at offices of Cannon, The Broadway, Wimbledon Newton, Robert, Kingston-upon-Hull, Grocer, May 23 at 3 at

Bring without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it suits all palates,

keeps better in all climates, and is four times the strength of cocoas Bank chbrs, Land of Green Ginger, Hull, Redfearn Norton, George Edmund, Shaftesbury, Dorset, Grocer. May 21 at

THICKENED yet WEAKENED with starch, &c., and IN REALITY CHEAPER

chan such Mixtures. 3.30 at Temperance Hall, Bell st, Shaftesbury. Rutter and Son, Mere

Made instantaneously with boiling water, a teaspoonful to a Break

tast Cap, costing less than a halfpenny. Orton, Samuel Allinson, Heywood, Lancaster, Solicitor. May 2 3 at COCOATINA A LA VANILLE is the most delicate, digestible, cheapest 3 at offices of Heath and Sons, 43, Swan st, Manchester

Manilla Chocolate, and nay be taken when richer chocolate is proPass, Benjamin, Castle st, Falcon sq, Furrier. May 24 at 3 at offices

hibited. of Wright, Walbrook

In tin packets at 1s. 60., 38., 5s. 60., &c., by Chemists and Grocere, Pearse, Richard, Wye. Kent, Coal Merchant. May 24 at 12.30 at the

Charities on Special Terms by the Sole Proprietors, Queen's Head Inn, Canterbury

H. SCHWEITZER & CO., 10, Adam-street, London, W.C. Proctor, Isiaah, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottingham, Beerhouse Keeper.

May 25 at 11 at offices of Stevenson. Weekday-cross, Nottingham Prout. Henry John, Burton Bradstock, Dorset, Baker. May 27 at 12

EDE AND SON at offices of Gundry, Bridport. Lock, Dorchester Raines. John, Dukinfield, out of business. May 25 at 3 at offices of

RO BE

MAKERS Coates, Old st, Ashton-under-Lyne Rawding, George, St. Helen's, Lancaster. Licensed Victualler. May 31 at 3 at offices of Sutton and Elliott, Fou tain st, Manchester

BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT, nomas, Bumble Hole, near Dudley, Licensed Victualler. To Her Majesty, the Lord Chancellor, the Whole fhe Judicial Bench May 20 at 11 at offices ef Shakespeare, Church st, Oldbury

Corporation of London, &c. Reeve, Lewis, Greasley, Nottingham, Wheelwright. May 23 at 11 SOLICITORS' AND REGISTRARS' GOWNS,

at offices of Stevenson, Weekday cross, Nottingham Robins, Charles Willlam, Highworth, Wilts, out of business. May

BARRISTERS' AND QUEEN'S COUNSEL'S DITTO, 19 at 11 at Bell Hotel, Faringdon

CORPORATION ROBES UNIVERSITY / CLERGY GOWNS, Robins, George, Liverpool, Outfitter. May 20 at 10 at offices of

ESTABLISHED 1689. Knowles, Cook st, Liverpool

94. CHANCERY LANE. LONDON. Robinson, John, Darlington, Durham, Grocer. May 23 at 11 at

offices of Wilkes and Wilkes, Northgate, Darlington Sanders, Benjamin Eleazer, Aston, Birmingham, Brassfounder.

IU AMPTON & SONS make NO CHARGE for May 17 at 3 at offices of East, Temple row, Birmingham

inserting particulars in their FREE MONTHLY REGISTER Skan. Elizabeth Bryan, Birmingham. May 17 at 3 at ofices of l of ESTATES, TOWN and COUNTRY HOUSES, Furnished or Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham

Unfurnished, or for Sale, to be had GRATIS at their Offices, or Smith. Abraham Edwin, Bath, Licensed Victualler. May 13 at 11 at

post-free for two stamps. Published on the 1st of the month, and at Christopher Hotel, Market place, Bath. Bartrum and Bartlett,

particulars for insertion should be sent not later than five days Bath

previous to end of preceding month. Smith, Thomas Slater, Altonbury, Huntingdon, Merchant. May 25 Valuations for Probate and Transfer. Surveys. at 1.30 at George Hotel, Huntingdon. Hunnybun

Estate and Auction Offices, 8, Pall Mall East, S.W. Smith, David, Barrow-in-Furness, out of business. May 26 at 11 at Imperial Hotel, Barrow-in-Furness. Nalder and Jones, Barrow. in-Furness

To GENTLEMEN WITH CAPITAL.-EIGHT Startup, Thomas William, Bucklersbury, Wine and Spirit Merchant I GENTLEMEN with a capital of £5,000 each, Required to Join May 26 at 3 at 5, Mark !ane. Sorrell and Son, Gt Tower st

two others who will subscribe the like amount, to work one of the Stevens, Thomas, Bradfield. Berks, Clerk in Holy Orders. May 21 best paying undertakings yet established: the scheme is one of at 2 at the Queen's Hotel, Reading. Longbourne and Co, Lincoln's public importance.Full particulars can be had on application to inn fields

Major Joixsox, Victoria House, 111, Victoria-street, S.W., but as Story, James, Kingston-upon-Hull, Tailor. May 26 at 2.30 at Impe the matter is perfectly bona fide none but principals with the

rial Hotel, Paragon st, Kingston-upon-Hull. Stamp and Co, King capital named at command need apply.

ston-upon-Hull Stott, George, Walton-le-Dale, Lancaster, Labourer. May 23 AN Old-established Firm of Solicitors in London at 11 at the County Court Offices, Winckley st, Preston. Fryer,

can Recommend a Gentlemen (admitted), age 23, as ConPreston Swann, the Rev. Ernest Henry, Tottington, Norfolk, Clerk,

veyancing or Assistant Chancery and Common Law Clerk in London May 23 at 2.30 at offices of Overbury and Gilbert, Upper King st,

or the country.-A. H. Y., Messrs. Dunn & Duncan, Law Stationers,

203. Fleet-street. E.C. Norwich Thompson, Thomas. and John Wharam, Lincoln, Drapers. May 24

A SOLICITOR (B.A., Oxford), admitted 187C, seeks at 12.30 at offices of Hayes and Son, Market pl, Gainsborough Tulley, Reuben, Hastings, Builder. May 24 at 12 at Provincial

H a share as Working Partner in a Country Practice. The Hotel, Havelock rd, Hastings. Hare, Pinner's ct, Old Broad st

Sonth of England or Midlands preferred.--Address, "C.. Tutcher, Henry, Bristol, Currier, May 23 at 12 at offices of Collins

citors' Journal” Office, 52, Carey st, London, W.C. Broad st, Bristol. Beckingham, Bristol Uhlhorn, Johanna Caroline, and Jules Billhardt, Barbican, General

To SOLICITORS aud Others.--WANTED), the Merchants. May 18 at 2 at offices of Phelps and Co, Gresham st 1 1 name of the firm of solicitors who drew up a trust deed, about Upfill, Robert Horace Gray, Walsall, Malleable Ironfounder. May thirty or more years since, in favour of Miss Jeane Dickson and

23 at 12 at offices of Underhill, Darlington st, Wolverhampton others. Trustees' names were Sir Rose Price and Archibald Park.Upton, George Evans, Old Jewry, Dealer in China. May 25 at 2 at Communicate with A, B., care of Miss Ridge, Craven-road, Bays. Masons' Hall Tavern, Masons' avenue, Basinghall st

water. Vince, John, Duke st, Grosvenor sq, Scotch Woollen Warehouseman. May 23 at 12 at offices of Joselyne and Co, King st, Cheapside. I AW.- Wanted, a Re-engagement by a Bill of

Nicholls, Gresham st
Voryce, Enoch, Drybrook, Gloucester, Licensed Victualler. May 26

U Costs Clerk of over fifteen years' experience in the settlement at 2 at Swan Hstel, Cinderford. Goldring

of costs of every description, both for taxation and delivery ; unesWard, James, Liverpool, Licensed Victualler. May 23 at 3 at offices

ceptional references.-Address, A, B., 5, Southampton-street, of Gibson and Bolland, South John st, Liverpool

Camberwell, S.E. Watson, Henry William, junr., Sunderland, Wholesale Druggist.

May 20 at offices of Robinson, West Sunniside, Sunderland LAW.-An Old Established Solicitor, in good City Wilkins, Frank, and Robert Wilkins, Fulham rd, South Kensing. 1 Practice, has a vacancy for one Articled Clerk. Premium

ton, Builders. May 19 at 2 at Cannon st, Hotel, Cannon st. very moderate, with small progressive salary.--Address for card, Rawlins, Queen Victoria st

LEX, 64, Gresham-street, E.C. Williams, Arthur Henry, Liverpool, Pianoforte Dealer.

4 at offices of Lowe, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool Williams, Henry, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Grocer. May 24 at 12 at

| W RITS and other Process Served, and Inquiries of offices of Rosser, High st, Pontypridd

all kind made in London and Suburbs. Moderate charge.-Wood, Stephen, Longton, Stafford, China Dealer. May 25 at 11 at

Address, R., 29, Haberdasher-street, London, N. offices of Tomkinson and Furnival, St. John's chmbrs, Queen st, Burslem

NHANCERY LANE.-New Courts Chambers, 57 Woods, Edwin, Great Grimshy, Lincoln, Commission Merchant. and 58, Chancery-lane. Offices to be Let in above building at

May 27 at 3 at at Yarborough Hotel, Great Grimsby. Mason, i rents varying from £30 to £300 per annum.-Further particulars at Great Grimsby

| Inquiry Office, Nos. 57 and 58, Chancery-lane, W.C.

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THE ASPECT of the rooms in the Royal Courts of LONDON, MAY 21, 1881.

Justice which are now being prepared for the chief clerks of the four judges of first instance in the Chan

cry Division is very different from that presented even CONTENTS,

so short a time since as Easter of this year. No doubt

appears to exist that these rooms will be actually CURREXT TOPICS .........

entered upon during the month of June, and that each CRIMINAL PROCEDURE ....

chief clerk and his staff, numbering in all about seventy THE STOLEN GOODS BILL ......

officials, will before the end of next month, be installed REVIEWS .......... CASES OF THE WEEK

in the new building. In re Brown's Trusts ....

.... 512 Whitmore v. Farley ........

.... 512 The Duke of Roxburghe v. Cox.............................

... 512

IT IS WORTH NOTICING that the recent applications with Ex parte Lister........

... 512

reference to the Canterbury and Oxford election petitions Ex parte Young ...

... 513

have brought to light the circumstance that the Masters Patman v. Harland and Bennett ............................ In re Spicer, Spicer v. Spicer................................

consider 200 guineas as the highest amount which can Grange y. W hite

be allowed as between party and party for getting up a ................. .......................... Partridge v. Baylis .............................

544 case, instructions, and drawing up briefs for counsel. Walters v. Walters .................

Tbe charge made in the Canterbury case was 500 CASES BEFORE THE BANKRUPTCY REGISTRARS:

guineas, and in the Oxford case (in which the brief conEx parte The Trustee, Re Clarke ..........

545 tained between 400 and 500 folios) 400 guineas. In SOLICITORS' CASES ...............

each case the sum of 200 guineas was allowed. SOCIETIES .... LAW STUDENTS' JOURXAL......

546 LEGAL APPOINTMENTS COMPANIES ....

A SUGGESTION has been made by the Treasury to the OBITUARY

548 Lord Chancellor for adjusting the salaries of some of the CREDITORS' CLAIMS ............

................... 518

548

clerks in the legal offices, so as to assimilate them to the LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK..........

519

salaries of the corresponding classes in the Civil Service. COURT PAPERS ...........................

Under the proposed regulations the salary of a first-class LONDON GAZETTES, &c., &C.........

clerk will be £500, rising by annual increments of £20

to £600; that of the second class will be £250, rising by CASES REPORTED IN THE WEEKLY REPORTER. annual increments of £15 to £400, and that of the third “Aid," The (Adm.Div.)

614

class will be £100, rising by annual increments of £10 Banfield v. Pickard (Prob. Div.) .......

613

W *::... .. British India Steam Navigation Company v. Commissioners of

to $200. This suggestion, if carried out, will affect Inland Revenue (Q.B.Div.) ...

610 between sixty and seventy of the clerks in the chancery Denman, Ex parte. In re Denman (Bkcy.)..........

616

offices. Eaton v. Basker (App.) ..........

597 Edwards v. The Midland Railway Company (Q.B.Div.).... 609 Emden v. Carte (Chan.Div. Fry,J.) .........

600

IT IS TO BE HOPED that, as regards the “ well" for Farmer v. May (C.P. Div.).

612 Glover v. Giles (Chan.Div. Fry J.

603 solicitors in the new courts, the arrangements of the Goodman's Trusts, In re (App.).

586

Court of Appeal at Lincoln's-inn, which were approved Hardcastle, Ex parte. In re Mawson (Bkcy.)..

615 Holroyde, In re (Ch. Div. MR)....

599

of by Lord CAIRNS, will not be taken as a model. It is Hoole v. Smith (Ch.Div. Fry,J.) .............

601 essential that solicitors should be placed face to face Mersey Docks and Harbour Board v. Lucas (Q.B.Div.)

606

with the counsel they may have occasion at any moment Ridgway v. Ridgway (Div. Div.) .......

612 Rudow v. Great Britain Mutual Life Assurance Society (App.)

585

to communicate with. It is not convenient that counsel Seal v. Claridge (App.)..

598 should be compelled to attract his client's attention by Smyth, In re (Lun.) ........

585 Thomas v. Patent Lionite Company (App.) .......

596 patting him on the head with his brief. The solicitors' Wilkinson and Wife v. Corfield (Prob. Div.) ....

613 seats should be opposite to, and facing, those of the Williarn Brown's Trusts, In re (Ch.Div. Fry,J.)......

604

counsel of the inner bar, and immediately below Wolverhampton and Staffordshire Banking Company v. Bond (Ch.Div. M.R.)............................................. 599 the latter seats there should be provided a table

or desk for (the papers of the solicitors, with pro

vision for writing. As regards the solicitors' “ well," CURRENT TOPICS.

the arrangements of the court now occupied by Mr. Justice Kay are a very fair model. It should not be

forgotten that the shorthand writers should be placed as LORD JUSTICE BAGGALLAY has been confined to his nearly as possible balfway between the counsel and the house for some days by serious indisposition. His lord. judge, and facing the witness-box. ship is progressing favourably towards recovery, and hopes to resume his seat on the bench of the Court of Appeal in the course of a few days.

Poor MR. Rea, the Belfast solicitor whose tragic end has this week been recorded in the papers, carried the

virtue of pertinacious presentation of his cases to unheard. SEVERAL OF THE NEW COURTS in the Royal Courts of of lengths. Some of our readers may, perhaps, recall the Justice are so far advanced as to be ready to receive the scenes in the Parliamentary Committee on the Belfast necessary fittings for the judges, barristers, solicitors, Town Improvement Bill in 1864. On the eleventh day and jury, but it is understood that before the plan of of the sitting of the Committee, Mr. Rea, who conthese is finally settled, the Lord Chancellor, with ducted his opposition to the Bill in person, had not Lord COLERIDGE and several of the judges, will inspect concluded bis cross-examination of the fourth witness, the courts and give their opinion as to the arrange having taken a much longer time over the cross-examination ments to be made.

l of each witness than had been occupied by the promoters

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and all the other opponents of the Bill put together that if the finder were to say, “. Even if the owner does in the examination and cross-examination of all four wit claim it, I mean to keep it,' that might be larceny." nesses. On the eleventh day, the patience of the Committee being completely worn out, they declined to hear Mr. REA any further. He refused to withdraw, and, THE PHILANTHROPIC GENTLEMEN who recently met at the after a fearful struggle, in which one of the Mansion House to inaugurate a licensed home for policemen was injured, he was dragged out of the room drunkards, under the Habitual Druukards Act of 1879, by three policemen, after threatening to bring an action said a good deal about the self-supporting character of against every member of the Committee.

the institution to be established in order to prevent the Act from becoming a dead letter, but they omitted to draw attention to the circumstance that under the Act

every “retreat" must “from time to time, and at least AN APPLICATION made this week to the City of London

twice in each year, be inspected by the inspector or Court, which we report elsewhere, opens up a gloomy pro

assistant inspector of retreats.” Hence, on the establishspect to solicitors. A solicitor, of course, is not personally

ment of the proposed “ model licensed home," an inliable to witnesses whom he subpænas for their expenses

spector of retreats will have to be appointed by the Homeunless he thinks fit to bind himself to pay them. And

Secretary, and the " salary and allowances" of such we have always understood that the evidence which is

inspector, as well as his expenses in carrying out the pronecessary to render a solicitor liable in respect of a

visions of the Act, will have to be “ paid out of moneys promise to pay the expenses of a witness must be clear

provided by Parliament.” It is questionable whether, and unambiguous. If the evidence is ambiguous or doubt.

even if the Act were put in force by the local authorities, ful, or the acts or statements of the solicitor relied

the public should be burdened with any costs attending on are consistent with his acting as agent or soli

the “retreat” of the drnnkard, but it is still more citor only, then the court will hold that there is

doubtful whether for the sake of a mere amateur experino evidence at all of any promise to be personally

ment the British taxpayer ought to be saddled with the liable (see the observations of POLLOCK, C.B., in Lee v. Everest, 26 L. J. Ex. 334, 338).

salary and expenses of an inspector.

In Gilbert v. Terry it appears from the judgment of Mr. Commissioner KERR that the evidence of the plaintiff was that Mr. TERRY, a solicitor, went to the plaintiff, a surveyor, and “told THE SECOND MONTHLY LIST of persons detained in him he (Mr. TERRY) wanted him to give evidence on prison in Ireland under the Protection of Person and behalf of his client." Upon the evidence the jury found Property Act, shows that the number of prisoners has a verdict of three guineas for the plaintiff, and on an risen from thirty-five to fifty-four. Most of the addi. application for a new trial the judge held that “the tional prisoners are incarcerated upon grounds similar jury believed that the defendant was unwise enough to to those upon which those included in the first list say a word on his own responsibility, and so found were detained, but it appears that JOHN RUANE and against him ;” and he refused to order a new trial. If | PATRICK Ruane are detained at Galway on reasonable the whole evidence against Mr. TERRY is correctly stated suspicion of having committed murder, while WILLIAMS in the judgment of the commissioner, there would seem DOORLEY is imprisoned on suspicion of arson. The to have been no evidence whatever to fix the solicitor cause assigned for the arrest of Mr. Dillon, M.P., is with personal liability.

that he is reasonably suspected of having been guilty “ as principal, of a crime punishable by law – that is to say, inciting persons to forcibly oppose and re

sist the execution of process of the law for giving posA CHARGE of appropriating a £5 note picked up session of lands, and to riot and assault” within a in the street, which came before the magistrate

prescribed district. at the Thames Police Court last week, illustrates the anomalous state of the law as to larceny by the finder of a chattel. Mr. LUSHINGTON dismissed the charge, on the ground that the finder had no means, at

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. the moment when he picked up the note, of knowing who the owner was. Reg. v. Thurborn (1 Dear. 387) is The case of The Queen v. Willshire (29 W. R. 473, the leading case upon this point. There the prisoner | L. R. 6 Q. B. D. 366) is one of those provoking cases in picked up a bank note, there being no circumstances which a prisoner gets off by a technicality without there which would facilitate his finding the owner, but the jury being any moral doubt of his guilt, and yet the circum. found that he had, when he picked it up, intended to stances were such that it is impossible to deny that the appropriate it to his own use. PARKE, B., delivered an court was bound to give effect to the technicality. elaborate judgment, and arrived at the conclusion that Such unfortunate occurrences give great occasion to there had been no larceny, because there was no evidence the unlearned to blaspheme. of taking invito domino. He cited the following passage The facts were these. A man was convicted of bigamy from 1 Hale's Pleas of the Crown, 506:-“If A. find under the following circumstances :-The prisoner had, the purse of B. in the highway, and take and carry it in 1864, married a woman whom we will call A. In 1868 away, and hath all the circumstances that may prove it he went through the ceremony of marriage with B., A. to be done animo furandi, as denying or secreting it, being still alive, and he was charged with, and convicted yet it is not felony;” but he stated that the taking of, bigamy. In 1879 he married C., and in 1880, C. being would be larceny if the finder reasonably believed that still alive, he married D. He was then charged with the owner could be found. The correctness of this judg. bigamy in marrying D., C. being still alive, and he was ment was doubted by MARTIN, B., in Reg. y. Glyde (16 convicted. The question was whether this conviction W. R. 1174, L. R. 1 C. C. R. 139), although Reg. v. could be sustained. The point upon which the case Thurbern was followed. The prisoner had picked up a | turned was as to the presumption with regard to the sovereign. He met the owner of the money very soon continued existence of A., and the court held that, it not afterwards, and denied having found it. The jury found having been left to the jury to say whether A. was alive that he had, with a knowledge that he was doing wrong, or not when the prisoner married C., the conviction could detérmined to keep the sovereign, even if the owner | not be sustained. should become known to him. The conviction was It seems quite clear that this most unsatisfactory conquashed, on the ground that there was no evidence of clusion was inevitable. At first sight the result might his belief, when he picked up the money, that he could seem more absurd than it is, because it looks as if the find the owner. COCKBURN, C.J., however, observed, prisoner escaped the conviction for bigamy in respect of one former marriage, on the ground that he was guilty Some time ago we took occasion to point out the of bigamy in respect of another former marriage, but useless and even mischievous character of the oldthis is not the case : the woman A. might possibly have fashioned system of indictments. It is a survival from a been alive when the marriage with C. took place, and period of our law when, perhaps, it had its uses, an dead when the marriage with D. took place, in which obsolete application of that almost superstitious concase, though the marriage with C. would be a bigamy, the sideration for legal instruments and documents which marriage with D. would be no bigamy. The case was once so largely prevailed in the law, and was, no doubt, a one of a slip in the way the matter was left to the jury, valuable principle in earlier times. The indictment is, which must sometimes occur; but, apart from the point in form, a presentment, and in early days, we suppose, upon which the decision actually went, the case illustrates when the function of the jury was to present, as being very forcibly the possible absurdities that may arise from neighbours already cognizant of the facts, rather than to the cumbrous rigidity which still characterizes our to try, it might be necessary that the charge should be criminal procedure. If the case had been correctly left set out with rigid accuracy, and it seems obvious that to the jury, in what position would it have stood ? | such accuracy would be a safeguard. But now the The evidence on which the jury would have had to indictment answers other purposes. Its really essential decide whether the woman A. was alive in 1879 function is to inform the prisoner what the charge when the marriage with C. took place was not against him is. We have pointed out how badly and very satisfactory. There is, it is said, a presumption cumbrously it performs this function. The depositions that the marriage with C. was valid ; that it could not be really give the prisoner the requisite information. What, presumed to have been a bigamy, and that the presump in fairness, the prisoner ought to be informed of are the tion in its favour rebutted the presumption of the con facts upon which the prosecution mean to rely, and, tinued existence of A. It was held that it was for the perhaps, in addition to this, he ought to have some notice jury to decide between these conflicting presumptions, or particulars of the crime or crimes, whether statutory whereas the Common Serjeant, who tried the case, told or common law, of which it is alleged the facts show the jury that there being a primâ facie case of bigamy, him to be guilty. Of course, if there were a code, that the onus was thrown on the prisoner of proving that the would be done by referring to the section of the code. woman A. was alive when he married O. But assuming The question whether more than one charge should be that the jury on the facts had come to the conclusion tried at the same trial ought to be one for the discretion that A. was alive in 1879, when the marriage with C. of the court; the distinction between felonies and mistook place-it will be observed that the marriage with D. demeanors in this respect seems quite illogical and groundtook place in 1880—what ground in reason, without more, less. The case upon which we have founded the above would they have for presuming that A. was dead in 1880 ? remarks affords another illustration of the vices of the It seems to us that in reason and justice the prisoner present system to which we before drew attention. certainly ought to have been convicted. If A. was dead in 1879 he was guilty of bigamy in marrying D., C. being alive. If A. was to be presumed to be alive in 1879, she ought surely to be presumed to be alive in 1880. But the difficulty would then have arisan that

THE STOLEN GOODS BILL. the prisoner was indicted for bigamy in marrying D., C. The Bill which it is proposed to call the Stolen Goods being alive, not for bigamy in marrying D., A. being | Act, 1881, which was recently read a second time in the alive. It seems doubtful whether an indictment could House of Lords, is not likely to meet with much oppobe allowed containing counts charging the felony alter- sition. Thieves and receivers are, of course, not reprenatively. An amendment, assuming it possible, does not sented in Parliament, and we should hardly imagine meet the case, because the truth is that the jury might that “second-hand dealers” and pawnbrokers are repre. not really be able to come to a conclusion whether A. sented sufficiently to be able to interfere. It is all the was alive in 1879 or not, but they might well think that more necessary, therefore, that the various clauses of the if she was alive in 1879, she was alive in 1880, and so measure should be carefully scrutinized in the interest that quâcunque viâ the prisoner was guilty of bigamy. / of the general convenience of the public. For the same reason a fresh indictment for bigamy in Shortly put, the objects of the Bill are the prevention marrying D., A. being alive, might prove unavailing of “receiving" and the speedy detection of thieves, and

The truth is that it is quite possible, under our present these objects are proposed to be effected by vesting in systém (especially in cases of felony, where the indict- the police an extensive power of search, and by putting ment can only charge one felony)--although it does not, traders under a sharp supervision and control. The of course, often happen in practice--that a man may power of search is not quite new, no doubt, for the escape who is clearly guilty of one of two alternative | germ of it may be found in the little-known “Old Metal charges, because it is difficult to say which he is guilty | Dealers Act, 1861" (24 & 25 Vict. c. 110), of. Of course, there might be substantial difficulty, as and in sections 24 and 25 of the Metropolitan when the punishment or nature of the offences differed ; | Police Act (2 & 3 Vict. c. 71). And ever but when, as in the case we are suggesting, the offence is since the “ Act against Brokers” (1 Jac. 1, c. 21) substantially the same, only with slight difference of pawnbrokers have been (very properly) subjected to circumstance, it is really absurd that there should divers harassing regulations. But it is now sough: be any difficulty in convicting and punishing a miscreant greatly to extend the power of search, and to subject. who, quâcunque via, thoroughly deserves it. We be- second-hand dealers in a large variety of articles (inlieve we have seen it gravely argued in some book cluding wearing apparel) to the same control and of high authority on criminal law that when the evidence supervision as pawnbrokers. We propose to consider the is so balanced that it is impossible to say whether a man thirty-seven clauses by which this is proposed to be done, is guilty of stealing or receiving, though he must premising that the Old Metal Dealers Act, 1861, and have been guilty of one or the other, he ought to be ac- the two sections in the Metropolitan Police Act to which quitted. If this be good law, it seems to us very bad we have referred, are, with one or two other less important sepse. The difficulty we are discussing depends very enactments, repealed and replaced by the provisions of much on our system of indictments. So far as the true alle- the Bill. gation and proof of circumstance may be properly mate- The first paragraph of clause 3 is as follows :rial, it may be necessary that such allegation and proof! “Where an officer of police, being an inspector, or of should be strictly required in tbe interests of the prisoner.

| equal or superior rank, etutes on oath to a court of sommary But in such a case as this the result appears to us to be jurisdiction that he has received inlormation tbat certain absurd. The very ground of defence really shows the articles specified by bim have been stolen, and that he has offence, with slight change of circumstance, to have been reason to believe and does believe that the said information committed.

is true, and that those articles or some of them are in

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