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House, Henry, Bedford, Engineer. June 20 at 11 at offices of Jes

sopp, St Paul's sq, Bedford Huggxns, George, Stow-in-the-Wold, Brewer. June 16 at 3 at the

Royal Hotel, Cheltenham. Russell and Co, Old Jewry chmbrs Jackson, William, Burslem, Stafford, Cotter. June 17 at 11 at offices

of Bennett, Piccadilly bldgs, Hanley Jones, Alfred, Market Drayton, Salop, Tailor. June 23 at 11 at

offices of Onions, Market Drayton Jones, Thomas, Cardiff, Builder. June 15 at 12 at the Royal Hotel,

St Mary st, Cardiff. Cousins, Cardiff Joy, Edward James, Canterbury, Oil Merchant. June 22 at 2 at

the Fleece Inn, Canterbury. Collard, Canterbury Kelsey, Joseph, Addison terrace, Notting Hill, Corn Merchant. June

22 at 3 at the Masons* Hall Tavern. Masons' avenue, Basinghall

st. Kilvington, Walbrook Kent, William, Northampton, Baker. June 23 at 11 at offices of

Andrew, Market sq, Northampton Kimberlcy, John, Lanaley. Oldbury, Worceser, Grocer. June 20 at

at 11 at offices of Shakespeare, Church st, Oldbury Kinnear, William, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Coal Owner. June 24 at

2 at offices of Hoyle and Co, Collingwood st, Manchester Kyte, William, Alcester, Warwick, Beerhouse Keeper. June 24 at

11.30 at Bear Hotel, Alcester. Scott Law, John McKenzic, Barrow-in-Furness, Cabinet Maker. June

21 at 11 at 17 Strand, Barrow-in-Furness. Taylor, Barrow-in

Fumess

Leach, Joseph, Haslingden, Lancaster, Cotton Manufacturer. Juno 21. at 3 at Mitre Hotel, Cathedral yard, Manchester. Hindle Darwen

Lee, Jeseph, Felton. Northumberland, Shoemaker. June 16 at 11 at offices of Tate and Percy. St. Michael's lane, Alnwick

Lee, Philip, Ashbnrton, Devon, General Dealer. June 20 at 11.30 at Bude Haven Hotel, Exeter. Creed, Newton Ablxrtt

Limbrick, Thomas Alfred, Porth. Glamorgan, Mason. June 16 at 11 at offices of Morgan, Mill st, Pontypridd

Linnell. William, Seven Wells Farm, Worcester, Farm Bailiff June 20 at 2 at 24, Hythe Bridge st, Oxford. Barkee, Moreton-inMar*h

Lister, John, Wakefield, Builder. June IB at 11 at offices of Lodge,

King st. Wakefield Lowe, Samuel, Leeds, Flock Merchant. June 22 at 3 at Law Institution, Albion pi, Leeds. Snowdon, Leeds Lund, Thomas, and Benjamin Cooper Lund, Bradford, Joiners.

June 14 at 4 at offices of Neill, Kirkgate, Bradford Malton, Mary Ann, Manchester, Umbrella Trimming Manufacturer.

June 22 at 2 at offices of Phillips, Marsden st, Manchester Marsh, Alfred, Harwich, Clothier. June 20 at 3 at offices of Prior,

Head st, Colcrestcr Marshall. Joseph, St Mary-at-Hill, Billingsgate, Fish Salesman.

June 17 at 3 at offices of Brocklesby and Co, Water lane, Great

Tower st

Martin, Constantino Augustine, Liverpool, Wood Turner. June 21

at 2 at offices of Knowles, Conk st, Liverpool May, James William, Leeds, Licensed Victualler. June 21 nt 3 at

offices of Rawson and Co. Benson's bldgs, Park row, Leeds Millard, James, Southgatc rd, Bookbinder. June 30 nt 11 at offices

of Minshull, Change alley, Cornhill. Patience, Cheapside Mitton, Roger. Embsav, nr Skipton, York, Tailor. June 2'J at 12 at

offices of Shaw, Booth st, Bradford Morris, John, jun, Wick, nr Pcrshore, Worcester, Farmer. June 20

at 3 at offices of Pace. Bridge st, Pershoro Morris, John Edward, Kentish Town rd. Grocer. June 21 at 3 at

offices of Betts and Son, Eastcheap. Eaglcton. Chancery lane Mottram, Joseph, Latchford, nr Warrington, Commission Agent.

June 23 at 3 at offices of Duvies and Co, Market pi, Warrington Munn, Noel, Hallow, Worcester, Farmer. June 21 at 12 at offices of

Corbett, Avenue House, Worcester Murray, John. Weston, Chester, Bulkier. June 23 at 2 at offices of

Lyon and Reynolds, Old Castle bldgs Preeson's row, Liverpool Newall, Henry, and James Newall, Hale, Chester, Builders. June

20 at 3 at offices of Cave, Stamford st, Altrincham Nicholson, George Edward, Kingston-on-Thames, Baker. June 25

at 2 at the Bridge House Hotel, Borough, High st. Fcuillade,

New Court chmbrs, Lincoln's-iun Parsons, John George, Great Yarmouth, Draper. .Tune 31 nt 11 at

offices of Worship and Rising, South quay. Great Yarmouth Pawley, Peter John, High Wycombe, Coal Merchant. June 22 at 3

at the Coffee Tavern, Frogmoor gardens, High Wycombe. Ciarke,

High Wycombe

Pedlar. William, Torquay, Devon, Tailor. June 23 at 12 at offices

of Collins, Broad st, Bristol. Beckincham, Bristol Pybus, Robert, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grocer. June 17 at 11 at the

Traders' Association, Grainger st West, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Richardson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Relf, George Joseph, Dover, General Outfitter. June 22 at 2 at

the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Lockyer, Gresham builldings,

Basinghall st

Richards, Richard Chaffer, Falmouth, Cornwall, Printer. June 20

at 3 at offices of Jenkins, Church st, Falmouth Ridgers, Robert Stanley, Walton-on-Tlmmes, Grocer. June 21 at 3

at offices of Noton, Lombard st Riley, Thomas. Huddersfleld, Grocer. June 20 nt 11 at offices of

Craven and Sunderland, New st, Huddersfleld Robinson, Jane, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hosier. June 17 at 11 at

offices of Holmes and Robson, Pilgrim st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Rogers, Alfred, and Henry Smith, Brighton, Biscuit Manufacturers.

Juno 20 at 12 at offices of Edmonds and Co, Cheapside. Woods

and Dempster, Brighton Rushton, John, and Robert Brown. Manchester, Importers of Straw.

Juno 17 at 3 at offices of Macdouald Blair, St James's sq, Man.

Chester

Salt, Thomas, Accrington, Lancaster, Shoe Dealer. June 21 at 3 at the Mitre Hotel, Cathedral Gates, Manchester. Whaliey, Accrington

Sargent, John Knighton, Mildenhall, nr Marlborough, Wilts, Farmer. June 17 at 2 at offices of Kinneir and Tombs, High st, Swindon. Hudson and Co, Bueklersbnry

Schroder, Anthony, and Bernard Henry Schroder, Fenchurch H, Merchants. June 20 at 3 at the New Exchange bldgB, George yd, Lombard st. Hollams and Co, Mincing lane

Scofield, William, St Georgo, Gloucester, House Decorator. June

22 at 11 at offices of Atchloy, Clare st, Bristol

Senier, Sarah Ann, Wells BtL Oxford st, Foreign Lace Importer. June 20 at 2 at offices of Hart and Co, Moorgate st. Keeble, Basinghall st

Sheppard, Richard Reckerby, Newark-upon-Trent, Licensed Victualler. June 20 at 2 at the Robin Hood Inn, Lombard st, Newarkupon-Trent. Belk, Nottingham

Skinner, Thomas, Bath, Grocer. Juno 16 at 12 at offices of Collins, Broad st. Simmons and Co, Bath

Smith, Joseph, Bradford, York, Licensed Victualler. June 13 at 3 at offices of Neill, Kirkgate, Bradford

Stanbury, James Jeffery, Craven rd, Paddington. Private Hotel Keeper. June 15 at 3 at Great Western Royal Hotel, Craven nl, Paddington. Fox, St Mary's sq, Paddington

Storry, George Skinner, Bishopston, Gloucester, Commercial Traveller. June 17 at 12 at offices of Clifton and Carter, Broad st, Bristol

Tanfleld, John (and not Sanfleld, as erroneously printed in the Gazette of May 31), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Woollen Draper. June 11 at 12 at offices of Corbitt, Mosley st, Newcastle-apon* Tyne

Taylor, Emanuel, Newport, Mon, Baker. June 21 at 12.30 at Spread

Eagle Hotel. Evans, Newport Taylor, William, and Herbert Thomas Shaw, HuddersfieUl, Woollen

Manufacturers. June 20 at 3 at offices of Learo3*d and Co, Buxton

rd, Huddersfleld

Treglown, Eldred, Redruth, Cornwall, Grocer. June 10 at 12 at offices

of Chiloott, Truro. Peter, Redruth Venimor*, Frank George, Brighton, Theatrical Manager. June £>

at 2 at offices of Preston and Young, Norfolit st, Manchester. I'nt

chard and Co, Little Trinity lane Walker, RobcrtThomas, Manchester, out of business. June 16 nt 2 at

offices of Simpson and Hockin, Mount st, Albert sq, Manchester Walton, William, Halifax, Ale Merchant. June 27 at 11 at offices of

Rhodes, Horton st, Halifax Warman, Joseph, Stratton Saint Margaret, Wilts, Beerhouse

Keeper. June 17 at 11 at offices of Kinneir and Tombs, Highst,

Swindon

West, David. Vauxhall st. Upper Kennington lane, Cab Proprietor.

June 24 at 3 at offices of Ody, Black friars-road Williams, Rev John Llewellyn, Llantrisant, Glamorgan, Clerk.

June 21 at 12 at offices of Rosser, High st, Pontypridd Wilson, Thomas. Hooton, Chester, Licensed Victualler. June 20

at 3 at offices of Moore, Duncan st, Birkenhead Wood, Tom, Paddock, near Hudersfield, PI amber. June 22 at i at

Officios of Ramsden, Sykes, and Ramsden, John William st,

Hudderfleld

Worsley, Walter, Leighton Buzzard, Bedford, Ironmonger, Jans

23 at 2 at offices of Pettit, Leighton Buzzard. Ewen and Roberts, Lutton.

Wright, Edmund, Lutterworth, Leicester, out of business. June 20 at 3 at offices of Owston and Dickenson, Friar lane, Leicester

Yates, Thomas, Biratal, York, Contractor. June 20 at * at offices of Wooler and Wooler, Exchange buildings, Bat ley.

Young, Arthur, Clifton, Bristol, Poulterer. June 20 at 2 at officeof Tribe, Clarke and Co., Albion chambers, Bristol. Smut, Weston-super-Mare

Young, Phoebe, Fulham road, Stationer. June20 at 3 at offices of Noon and Clarke, Bloomlield st

Fbiday, June 10, 1881.

Aplin, Benjamin William, Banbury, Oxford, Solicitor. June W at 11 at White Lion Hotel, Banbury. Heming, Banbury

Baylcy, Samuel Charles, Old Swan, Lancaster, Merchant. June Zi at 2 at offices of Jones and Kitebingman, 5, Harrington st, Liverpool

Bay ley, William Fisher, Tipton, Stafford, Coal Merchant. June 23

at 11 at offices of Jackson and Sharpe, High st. West Bromwicb Bingham, Thomas, Norwich, Tailor and Owner of Racehorses. Jane

22 at 2 nt Waverly Hotel, Lawrence lane, Cheapside Bolton, Alfred, Peterborough, Northampton, Builder. June 20 st

10 at offices of Hart, Priestgate, Peterborough Brukewich, Morris, Cardiff, Outfitter. June 27 at 12.30 at Grand

Hotel, Bristol. Downing Cleave, Robert Thomas, Leather lane, Boot and Shoe Dealer. Jane

20 at 11 at offices of Savidgc, 4i, Eastcheap Dable, Henry Christian,'Kingston-upon-Hull, Hatter. June 24 at3

at offices of Martinson, Exchange bldgs, Bowlalley lane, King'

Bton-upon-Hiill

Dudley, George, North wich, Chester, Carter. June 20 at 11 at offices

of Green, Castle climbs, North wich Eldridge, William, Bermondsey st, Bermondsey, Tailor. June l?a:

10 at Rosedale Arms Tavern, Ambrose st, Southwark Park rd.

Teuillade, Now Court chmbrs, Lincoln's inn Emerson, Hannah, Hexham, Northumberland, Boot Maker. Joae

24 at 12 at offices of Batey, Hexham

Ferris, John Andrew, Buckingham Palace rd. Chemist. July 1st

9 at 5s, Chancery lane. H addon and Co, Chancery lane Fox, Henry William, Leicester, Innkeeper. June 24 at 12 at office*

of Harvev, Selborne bldgs, Millstone lane, Leicester Foxwcll, John, and John William Foxwell, Skenfrith, Monm«iuli,

Grocers. June 23 at 2 at Royal Hotel, Ross. Corner, Hereford Gardner, James Atnory, North Gosforth, Northumberland, f»uL cI

miriness. Juno 29 at 3 at office* of Brett, Bridge st, Morpeth Green, Harry Stephen, Queen st, Cheapside, Auctioneer. July * *j

3 at offices of Gowcr, Cheapside. Nioholls and Grant, Gn+harn Guy, Joseph, Trench, near Wellington, Salop, in no ociiip*a":;.

June 25 at 3 at offices of Carrane, Mill Bank, Wellington Harley, Richard, Hereford, Butcher. June 23 at 10.30 at37,H"TB

Town, Hereford. Corner Hartley, John, Bill iter st, Commission Agent. Juno** at IS si t«

non st Hotel. Johnson, Lincoln's-inu-nelds t Hame»», Honrv, Birmingham, Boot and Shoe Dealer. June £' « H

at offices of Hawkes and Wcekes, 14, Temple st, Birminffuaoi Heafleld, George, Birmingham, Builder. June 24 at llat7, Waterloo

st, Birmingham. Benton and Adcock

Heaton, Henry, Warrington, Provision Dealer. June 23 at 11 at

offices of Ridgway and Worsley, 2, Cairo st, Wrarrington Holland, Elisha Lawton, Fenton, Stafford, Coal Agent. June 22 at

11 at offices of Kent, Chancery lane, Longton

How, William, Walthamstow, Essex, Builder. June 30 at 2 at offices

of Hope, Chancery lane Humphreys, Thomas Darwin, Argyll pi. Regent st. Pattern Cutter.

June 30 at 3 at offices of Button and Co, Henrietta st, Covent gdu Hunt, William, Bath, Saddler. June 29 at 2 at offices of Collins and

Son. Abbey churchyard, Bath Hurst, Alexander, North Shields. Silversmith. June 27 at 1 at

Grand Hotel, Colmore row, Birmingham. Adanison, North

Shields

Jackson, Robert Burra, Lyall pi, Upholsterer. June 28 at 1 at

offices of Behrend, Bucklersbury Johnson, Ethni, Stoke-upon-Trent, out of business. Juno 22 at 11

at Vine inn, Stafford. ABhmall, Hanley Johnston, William, Bolton, Lancaster, Commission Agent. June 28

at 3 at offices of Balshaw, Bowker's row, Bolton Jones, John, Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Tea Dealer. June 21 at 3 at

offices of Hughes and Sons, Aberystwyth Jones, William, Bristol, Haulier. June 18 at 12 at offices of Essery,

Nicholas st, Bristol Kneeshaw, Jabez, Peterborough, Northampton, Draper. June 23 at

12 at ofticps of Rutland and Co, Priestgate, Peterborough Knight, William, Plumpton, Sussex, Farmer. June 27 at 3 at Star

Hotel, Lewes. Nye, Brighton

Kramer, Joseph, George st, St George's-in-the-E a st, out of business June 27 at 3 at offices of Cooper, Lincoln's-inn-fields

Laurens, Frederick Lampriere, Monkwearmmth, Durham, Chemist. June 24 at 3 at offices of Graham, John st, Sunderland

Leigh, Morton Lewis, New Kent rd, out of business. June 21 at 2 at offices of Winkworth, St Clement's House, Clement's-lane

Lewis, Charles William, Fcstliniog, Merioneth, Grocer. June 23 at 2 at Albion Hotel, Chester. Breeso and Co, Fourcrosses,

Festiniog

Lilley, John Henry, Studley, Warwick, Coal Merchant. June 24 at 3 at Foregate st^ Worcester. Goldingham, jun.

Linton. Richard, Boston, Lincoln, Silk Mercer. June 23 at 12 at Red Lion Hotel, Boston. Wise

Lovatt, George, Water Orton, Warwick, Commercial Traveller. June 23 at 2.30 at offices of Bayley, Colmore row, Birmingham

Matthew, Richard Cholditch, Staverton, Devon, Farmer. June 25 at 12.30 at Seymour Hotel, Totnes. Michelmore and Hacker, Newton Abbott

Norrington, Arthur, St Helen's pi, Bishopsgate st, Metal Merchant. June 30 at 2 Cannon st Hotel, Cannon st. Elmslio and Co, Leadenhall st

Palowkar, Mahomet Fredoric, High st, Camden Town, Hatter. June 21 at 2 at offic es of Norris, Southampton bldgs, Chancery lane

Perry, Emily Susannti, and William Wheeldon, Lichfield, Grocers' June 23 at 3 at the Swan Hotel, Lichfield. Hinckley and Co

Ramsey, George, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Innkeeper, Juno 22 at 2 at offices of Taylor, Scottish chmbrs,'Grainger st West, Newcastloup-m-Tync

Robbins, Edwin Arnould, Wolverhampton, Builder. June 22 at 3 at

offices of Stratton, Queen st, Wolverhampton Shepherd, Matthew, Windsor, Grocer. June 30 at 2 at 9, Argyll st,

Regent st

Sherratt, Enoch, Burslem, Stafford, Watchmaker. June 23 at 12 ai the Great Western Hotel, Birmingham. Tomkinson and Furnival, Burslem

Smerdon, Robert, West Teignmouth, Devon, Butcher. June 23 at

at the London Hotel, Teignmouth. Creed, Newton Abbot Stephenson, Richard Henry, Kingston-upon-Hull, Joiner. June lfl

»t 12 at the Talbot Inn, Scale-lane, Kingston upon Hull Straker, Robert, Withemsea-in-Holdemess, York June 21 at 12 30

at offices of Iveson and Son, Parliament st, Kingston-upon-Hull Tidswell, William, South port, Lancashire, Wine Merchant. June

»S at 3 ;)0 at offices of Sephton, Lord st, Liverpool Tuley, William Henry, High st, Camden Town, Parish Contractor.

June 20 at 3 at the Guildhall Tavern, Guildhall. Downing,

Bnsinghall st

Williams, Richard, Cymmcr, Glyncorrwg, Glamorgan, Victualler. June 20 at 2 at the Mack worth Arms, Neath Stock wood, Bridgend

^ ingfield, William, Barnsbury grove, Bamsbury, Builder. Juno 22

al3 at 136, Seymour pi, Marylebone rd, Francis, Marylebone rd Wood, John, Hanley, Stafford,' Auctioneer. June 21 [at 11.30 at offices

of Tennant and Co, Cheapside, London Wood, John, Tumditch, Derby, Licensed Victualler Juno 23 at 3

at offices of Robotham, St. Alkmund's Churchyard, Derby Wfwlhouse, Edmund, Huntingdon st, Caledonian rd, Music Playor.

June 22 at 3 at offices of Lucas and Co, Great Marlborough st.

Earee, St Thomas' rd, Highbury Wright, George, Great Grimsby, Lincoln, Grocer. June 23 at 11 at

St Mary's chmbrs, West St Mary's gate, Great Grimsby. Grange

and Wintringham Viites, Robert, Accrington Lancaster. Licensed Victualler. June

27 at 3 at Adelphi Hotel, Avenue parade, Accrington. Sharpies,

Accrington

Tuxsdat, Juno U, 1881. Atkins, James Tymns, Portland pi North, Clapham road, Coal Merchant. June 24 at 3 at offices of Angrovc, Serjeant's inn, Fleet et

Balmford, William, Accrington, Lancaster, Carpenter. June 30 at 3 at Adelphi Hotel, Avenue parade, Accrington. Sharpies, Acerington

Bellman, Henry, Liverpool, Cabinet Maker. June 24at 3 at offices of

Quelch, Hatton gdn, Liverpool Bennett, John Robert, Lome ter, Stoke Newington. June 2t at 3.30

at offices of Bryant and Joseph, Finsbury pavemeut iiercnslwrg, Victor Claver de. Mount Pleasant, Pembroke, Teacher

of Languages. June 28 at 11 at offices of Mitchell, Cardigan.

0ninths Carmarthen

Betts, William, Sheffield, File Manufacturer. June 21 at 11 at offices of Mellor, Queen st, Sheffield

Bowen, David, Langharne, Carmarthen, Licensed Victualler. June 26 at 3.30 at offices of Griffiths, Saint Mary st, Carmarthen

Brettell, Henry, Birmingham, Hosier, June 27 at 2 at Clarence Hotel, Piccadilly, Manchester. Jacques, Birmingham

Brooks, Charles, South Elmsall, near Pontefract, York, Butoher. June 27 at 3 at offices of Lodge, TownhaU chmbrs, King st, Wake field

Byron, William, jun, Coningsby, Lincoln, Grocer. June 23 at

I. 30 it the Great Northern Hotel, Lincoln. Marshall, East Retford

Clark. Rutter, and William Clark, Brigg, Lincoln, Brickmakers. June 28 at 11 at offices of Sowter, Bigby st, Brigg, Lincoln

Cocker, Wright, East Dereham, Norfolk, Ironfounder. June 28 at 12 at offices of Saunders, Quebec st, East Dereham

Cook, James, Preston, Lancaster, Coal Merchant. June 29 at 11 at tho County Court offices, Winckley st, Preston. Clarke, Preston

Cooper, John, Wistaston Green, near Nantwich, Chester, Farmer. June 23 at 11 at Albert chambers, Church side, Crewe. Pointon, Crewe

Cramant, James Thomas, and Francis James Pretty, Leicester, Painters. Juno 20 al 3 at offices of Wright, Gallowtree gate, Leicester

Crossman, William Palmer, Moorlinch, Somerset, Butcher. June 29 at 2 at at offices of Reed and Cook, King's sq, Bridgwater

Douglas, Thomas, Netherton, near Wakefield, York, Beerhouse Keeper. June 25 at 11 at offices of Lodge, Townhall chambers, King st, Wakefield

Evans, John Pritchard, Drury lane, Restaurant Proprietor. June 24 at 11 at offices of Miller and Co, Percy buildngs, Eberle st, Liverpool

Firth, James, Halifax, York, Ironmonger. June 27 at 18 at offices of Rhodes, Horton st, Halifax

Glad well, Chenery, Haughley, Suffolk, Bootmaker. June 27 at 12 at Fox Hotel, Stowmarket. Hill, Ipswich

Gosden, William Albert, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, Builder. June 30 at 3 at Bugle Hotel, Yarmouth. Hooper, Castlehold, Newport.

Gowing, Stephen, South Hurting, Sussex. Draper. June 29 at 3 at offices of Joaolyne and Co, Kingst, Cheapside. Nicholls and Grant, Gresham st

Green, Joseph, Newton hill, nr Wakefield, Grocer. Juue 24 at 3 at offices of Lake and Lhke, Southgatt, Wakefield

Griffin, Ernest Edward, Birmingham. June 27 at 11 at offices of Free, Temple row, Birmingham

Griffin. John Whiting, Burwell, Cambridge. Farm Bailiff. June 25 at 11 at White Hart Hotel, Newmarket. York, Newmarket

Haddon, George Cowley, Hereford, Architect. Juno 28 at 2.30 at offices of Corner, High Town, Hereford

Hardidge, William Henry, and Walter Edward Gabriel, Westonsuper-Mare, Cabinet Makers. Juno 28 at 12.30 at Guildhall Tavern, Guildhall yrd. Chapman, Weston-super-Mare

Harris, Henry, Pentonville rd, Clerkenwell, Hosier. June 23 atlat Ridler's Hotel, Holborn. Goatly, Westminster Bridge rd

Hiley, Charles, Bradford, York, Beerhouse Keeper. June 25 at 11 at offices of Yewdall and Son, Market st, Bradford

Hill, John George, Yeovil, Somerset, out of business. June 28 at

II. 30 at Wood's Hotel, Furnival's-inn, Holbora. Davies, Sherborne

Hillier, William, Coate and Devizes, Wilts, Farmer June 23 at 12

at Castlo Hotel, Devizes. Meek and Jackson, Devizes Hino, John, Faringdon, Berks, Corn Dealer. Jnnc 22 at 10 at offices

of Boodle, Albion bldgs. New Swindon Hockey, James. Batcombe, Somerset, Farm Bailiff. June 27 at 12

at the King's Arm Inn, Warminster. Jones, Trowbridge Holland, Ann, Nantwich, Chester, out of business. June 2s at 11 at

Albert chmbrs, Church-side, Crewe. Pointon, Crewe Hothersall, John, Clithcroc, Lancaster, Grocer. June 20 at 11 at

Old Bull Hotel, Church st, Blackburn. Eastham, Clitheroe Johnson, Thomas, Higher Broughtou, Lancaster, out of business.

July 5 at Sat offices of Chorlton, Brazennose st. Manchester Jones, Alfred Sutton, Maidstone, Jeweller. June 27 at 3 at Star

Hotel^Maidstone. Matthews, Maidstone Jordan, John Isaac, Devonshire pi. Stoke Newington, Milk Dealer.

June 23 at 11 at Mason's Hall Tavern, Mason's avenue, Basinghall

st. Ede, Rushmore rd, Clapton Joy, John Reed, Leeds, Barman. June 21 at 3 at offices of Lodge

and Rhodes, Park row, Leeds Krikorian, Kriknr Garabed, and Miguel de Lasa, Upper Thames st,

Merchants. July 1 at 2 at offices of Blachford and Co, College hill,

Cannon st

Langley, Thomas. Liverpool, Butcher. June 27 at 3 at offices of

Bartlott, Dale st, Liverpool Lee, Ellis, Halifax, Cabinet Maker. June 27 at 11 at offices of Foster,

and Co, Townhall chbrs, Halifax Lyons, Denis, Tipton. Stafford, Shoemaker. June 27 at 12 at offices

of Hall, Wolverhampton st, Dudley Melville, Robert, Chase Side, Enfield, Builder. June 2? at 3.30 at

offices of Rumney, Walbrook Mould, Henry, Leicester, Boot Manufacturer. Juno 24 at 3 at office

of Wright, Belvoir st, Leicester Mimton, George Filkings, Stafford,*Shoe Manufacturer. June 30 at

11.30 at ofiices of Great rox. Bank cbmbrs, Stafford Patterson, Daniel McFetiish Cheltenham, Grocer. June 29 at 12

at Creditors' Association, Arthur st, East. Ranger, Great

Tower st

Patterson, Henry, West Hartlepool, Durham, Confectioner. June 27 at 3 atoffices of Todd and Harrison, Town wall, Hartlepool

Pullen, Richard, Bath, Milliner. June 27 at 3 at cilices of Titley, Orange grove, Bath

Pratt, John, Louth, Lincoln, Grocer. June 27 at3 at offices of Gray, Eastgate, Louth

Richards, John, Ferndale, Glamorgan, Grocer. June 28 at 12 at offices of Morgan, Mill st, Pontypridd

Rolwrts, Geoffrey Arthur, Staple st, Bermondsey, Leather Dresser. June 30 at 3 at Ironmonger lane, Cheapside. White, Queen st, Cheapside

Rodda, William John, junr., St Leonard's villas, Shaftesbury rd,

Builder. June 23 at 3 at offices of Dashwood, Mark-lane Sahey, John, Gt Barford, Bedford, Market Gardener. June 26 at

12 at offices of Whyley and Piper, Banio Alice at, Bedford Scott, William Watson, Almeric rd, Battersea Rise, General Draper

June 30 at 12 at offices of Chandler and Co., Coleman st. Scott Shillam, James, Woodchester, Gloucester, Haulier. June 25 at 2 at

offices of Jackson, George st, Gloucester Slight, William Luddington, Scotter, Lincoln, Chemist. June 22 at

11 at offices of Bladon, Market pi, Gainsborough Sourer, George Stephen, West st, Batterscn Park, Grocer. June 2-1

at 2 at offices of Creditors' Association, Arthur st, East. May and

Co, Adelaide pi

Spilsbury, Charles, Barrow-in-Furness, Cabinet Maker. June 29 at 11 at Imperial Hotel, Cormvallis st. Barrow-in-Furness. Thompson, Barrow-in-Furness

Stringer, Thomas, Fence Piece, Barking Side, Esse*, Jobber. June 27 at 10 at offices of Whitwell and Co, Finsbury eq bldgs, Chiswcll st

Syred, Frederick Norton, Lee, Kent, Plumber. Juno 27 at 11 at

offices of Hughes, Eastcheap Tappenden, John Thomas, High st, Stratford, 'Boot and Shoe

Manufacturer. June 30 at 3 at offices of Chalk, Finsbury-cirons Taylor, Charles Parbutt, Maisemore, Gloucester, Clerk in Holy

Orders. June 29 at 10 at Spread Eagle Hotel, Gloucester. Bonnor,

Gloucester

Taylor, Emanuel, Nowport, Baker. June 21 at 12.30 at Spreadeagle

Hotel, Gloucester. Evans, Newport Thomas, William, Pembrey, Carmarthen, Butcher. June 21 at 11 at

offices of Howell, Stepney st, Llanelly Tinsley, George, Burslem, Stafford, Earthenware Manufacturer.

June 30 at 11 at North Staffordshire Hotel, Stoke-upon-Trent.

Tompkhison and Furnival, Burslem Turner, John, Trelleck, Monmouth, Farmer. June 27 at 2 at offices

of Williams, Monmouth Turner, Marlton William, Manbey st, Stratford, Stone Mason.

June 20 at 2 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Hicks, Grove rd, Victoria Park

Webb, Walter, Well st, South Hackney, Ironmonger. June 23 at 3

at offices of Macarthur, John st, Bedford row Wezzell, Henry Albert, Bushey, Hertford, Baker. July 5 at 2 at

offices of Boydcll. Chalk Hill, Bushey. Boydell, Warwick ct,

Gray's-inn

White, Ernest Edwin, Stourbridge, Worcester, Photographer. June 27 at 11 at offices of Wyndham. High st, Stourbridge.

Wilding, Thomas Francis, Chesterfield st, King's cross, of no occupation. June 27 at 1 at offices of Frcshftclds and Williams, Bank buildings

Wis would, Thomas, North Willingham, Lincoln, Farmer. June 23 at 11 at offices Page, jun , Flaxeugate, Lincoln. Page and Padley, Market Raoen

Wood, Thomas, Wakefield, York, Auctioneer. Juno 21 at 11 at offices of Lako and Lake, Southgntc, Wakefield

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Cocoatiha A La Vawlle Is the moat delicate, digestible, cheapest Man'Ua Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is prohibited.

In tin packets at la. 6d., Ss., 5a. 6d., &c.t by Chemists and Grocer*
Char Kits on Special Terms by the Sole Proprietor-,
H. SCHWEITZER * CO., 10, Adam-street, London. W.C.

H EDOZO N E.

THE ORIGINAL (1876) NON-ALCOHOLIC SPARKLING BEVERAGE.

HEDOZONE. — MORE REFRESHING THAN CHAMPAGNE.

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REVERSIONARY and LIFE INTERESTS b LANDED or FUNDED PROPERTY or oiher Securltiea tnJ Annuities PURCHASED, or Loans or Annuities thereon aran'*'. by the EQUITABLE REVERSIONARY INTEREST SOCIETY (LIK1TED), 10, Lancaster-place, Waterloo Bridie, Btnad. EstablisLed law. Cfapital, ££00,000, Interest on Loans may be capitalized.

F. S. CLAYTON, ) Jsint C. H. CLAYTON. { Racrcurif,

| AW UNION FIRK and LIFE Insuranck

1 J COMPANY. Chief Office—120, Chancery-lane, London, W.<.

The Funds in hand and Capital subscribed amount to upwards oi £1,000,000 sterling. Chairman—Jakes Ccddon, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Goldsmi:!.

building. Temple. Deputy-Chairman—C. Pembkbtox, Esq. (Lee k Pembertons), Solicitor, 4-1, Lincoln's-inn-flelds.

Every description of Fire and Life Insurance business transact

Whole World and Unconditional Life Policies granted at a slight, r increased rate of Premium.

Policies of Insurance granted against the contingency o//«*.' at moderate rates of Premium.

Advances made on Mortgage of Life Interest and Rcversi"".:-. whether absolute or contingent.

Prospectus, Copies of the Accounts as deposited with the Bro*: of Trade, and every information sent on application to FRANK McGEDY, Actuary and Secretarr.

MELBOURNE, VICTORIA.

THE TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, and AGENCY

1 COMPANY (Limited). Incorporated and empowered by Bpocial Act of the Parliament of Victoria, No. 044, intituled " A i Act to confer Powers upon the Trustees, Executors, and Agftn.'T Company (Limited)."

DIRECTORS.

The Hon. SIR CHARLES SLADEN, K.C.M.G., Chairmnn.
D. McARTHUR, Esq., late Inspector Bank of Australasia, Tire-
Chairman.

John Benn, Esq. (Grice, Sumner, and Company).
Tho Hon James Balfour (E. Henty and Company).
F. R. Godfrey, Esq.

W. Tomplcton, Esq , Managing Director.

Subscribed capital liability, £150,000, with power to increase op t1 £1,300,000.

Bankers—Bank of Australasia, Melbourne, and its Branches

This Company is empowered i'i its corporate capacity to acta.* trustee, executor, or administrator, receiver, committee under the Lunacy Statute, or as agent for trustees, executor*, or ndmimKn»tors, or for principals, who, from absenco, ill-health, or odtercaas-^. aro unable or unwilling to act for themselves, and in this capacit;will receive and pay over, as directed, legacies, annuities, dividen b, rent*, interest on debentures or mortgages, and will buy, selL or le'. landed property, Ac.

The Company will also invest monev. neontiaia loans. bnynr«'shares, effect insurances, and act f bourne as in country districts

The Company derives its profits entirely from commission I a very important clement in estimating its security.

Any further information can be obtainedat the office of the Com* pany's ageuta in England, Messrs. S laden & Mackenzie, 1, DelahiJ s reet, Westminster, Solicitors. _ .

~Ei>E_AND SO N

t money, negotiate loans, bny or w ct generally as agent, as well in iu'

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LONDON. JUNE 25, 1881.

CONTENTS.

Cmm Tones 635

1 The Fdbioic or Law A \b Equity And Trial By Jury 637

Estoppel As A Protection For A Purchaser Tor Value wmion Notice 638

Tbs Newspaper Bill 639

Cash or The Wire

Durrant v. Stoner 610

Farrow v. Austin. 640

Davidson v. Kimpton ... 640

Cheaton v. Seago 640

Harlock v. Ashbnry 640

Thomas v. Honnsell 641

Barkshire v. Grubb 041

Gabis B1FORR THE BANKRUPTCY REGISTRARS:—

Ei parte Lindsay, Bs Thornton ..641

Re Ferris 643

Re Stevens 642

Societies 642

Legal Appointments • 647

Companies..— • 647

Legislation Of The Week 647

Ckeditohs' Claims 648

Coubt Papers - 649

London Gazettes, Ac, 4o 660

CASES REPORTED In The WEEKLY REPORTER.

Baines v. Bromley (App) — ». 706

British Seamless Paper Box Company (Limited), The, In re

(App.) 690

Caledonian Bailway Company, The, v. The North British Bailway Company (H. L.) 686

Coleman, Appellant; The Overseers of Birmingham, Respondents (Q.B.Div.)' 715

Dawes v. Tredwell (Ch. Div. Fry, J.) 714

Electric and Magnetic Company (Limited), In re (Ch. Div.

Fry, J.) 714

Grange v. White (Ch.Div. V.C.H.) 713

Inman Steamship Company v. Bischoff(App.) 607

Keate v. Phillips (Ch. Div. V.C.B.) 710

Long v. Ovenden (Ch.Div. M.R.) 70B

Lyon v. Twoddell (App.) 689

Metropolitah Board of Works v. London and North-Western

Bailway Company (App.) 693

New Zealand and Australian Land Company v. Watson (App.) 694

Patman v. Harland (Ch.Div. M.B.) 707

Singer Manufacturing Company v. Loog (App.) 699

Sparrow v. Hill (App.) .... 706

Williams v. Brisco (Ch. Div. V.C.H.) 713

CURRENT TOPICS.

of which only one-half are English, there being six cases from Scotland, and one from Ireland. The list does not include either of the ecclesiastical appeals, or the appeal relative to the new trial in the Hampstead Smallpox Hospital case.

Ws Understand that the list, required by rule 91 of the Chancery Funds Rules, 1874, of causes and matters in the books of the Chancery Pay Office, to the credit of which securities or money exceeding £50 are standing which have not been dealt with for fifteen years, is now in course of preparation, and will be published in an early issue of the London Gazette. The last list (which is now several years old) occupied over thirty pages of the Gazette, and the present list is expected to occupy over fifty pages.

A. Decision of the Court of Appeal on Tuesday in a case of Farrow v. Austin, which will be found noted in another column, seems to conflict with a previous decision of the same court in In re Hoskins' Trusts (25 W. E. 779, L. R. 6 Ch. D. 281). In Farrow v. Austin the preliminary objection was raised that the appeal was for costs only, and could not, therefore, be entertained. The action was brought by an executrix for administration; an administration decree was made; and, on further consideration, Malins, V.C., on the ground that the action was unnecessary, declined to allow the plaintiff any costs, and ordered her to pay the costs of one of the inquiries which had been directed. The Court of Appeal overruled the objection. Now, in Inre Hotkins' Trusts James, L.J., laid it down that Taylor v. Dowden (17 W. R. 779, L. R. 4 Ch. 697) "decides that the case where a trustee has been ordered to pay the costs of a suit personally, formed, in general, no exception to the rule that an appeal will not be allowed for costs only. The rule that no Buch appeal is allowed has been, moreover, recognized by the Legislature by passing section 49 of the Judicature Act, 1873." We understand that neither Taylor v. Dowden nor In re Hoskins' Trusts were cited in the recent case, and it will be well, therefore, to act upon the decision with caution.

The Architect of the Royal Courts of Justice is, we understand, sanguine that the whole of the building, including the new courts, will be ready for occupation by Easter, 1882, in accordance with the urgent desire of the Lord Chancellor.

When The Royal Courts of Justice are completed, the building will contain upwards of 700 rooms and 21 courts. There will be 42 staircases and 28 entrance?, aud the corridors will extend to the length of 3,600 yards, or over 2 miles.

We Reoket to leam that Mr. William Barber, of tbb equity bar, Professor of Real and Personal Property to the Council of Legal Education, met with a severe accident on Tuesday last, and that up to Wednesday evening his medical attendants could not pronounce him out of danger.

The House Op Lords did not begin their last appellate sitting in the present session until Tuesday last, when the law lords commenced a list of fourteen appeals,

Referring To The Difference between the Bristol Urban Sanitary Authority and the solicitors there relative to the restrictive conditions of sale under which the Authority were lrom time to time selling the city salvages or surplus lands, to which we recently drew attention {ante, p. 609), we learn that on Wednesday, the 8th inst., the Authority issued a writ out of tho Chancery Division in the Master of the Rolls' Court for an injunction against the President, Vice-President, and hon. secretary of the Bristol Incorporated Law Society, and other gentlemen named in tho advertisement, and next day obtained, ex parte, an order prohibiting the defendants from attending at the sale by auction on Friday, the 10th inst., "for the purpose of drawing attention to certain resolutionsalleged to have been passed at a meeting of solicitors held at Bristol on the 3rd of June, 1881, and from drawing attention to such sale, and until after the 14th of June, 1881, from inserting, or causing to be inserted, in any public newspaper any advertisement or notice relating or referring to such resolutions or any of them, and from doing any other act to disparage the title of the plaintiffs to any of their property." The sale by auction accordingly was held without any interference by the solicitors referred to, and, on Thursday, the 16th inat., the Authority served the defendants with a notice that they, the plaintiffs, thereby discontinued their action. Thus the matter is so far ended for the present, but we are informed that at the meeting of the Streets Improvement Committee of the Authority, held on Tuesday week, notice was given of intention to move at their next meeting that the existing resolution, under the authority of which the Sanitary Authority have hitherto acted in the matter complained of, be rescinded, and that a subcommittee be appointed to inquire into and report on the subject. Thus we hope some good will come of the action taken by the Bristol solicitors in the matter.

This Summary Jubisdiction (Process) Bill has already been read a third time in the House of Commons, and may reasonably be expected to pass in the present session. It may be described an a measure applying to English and Scotch Courts of Summary Jurisdiction interchangeably that power of "backing warrants" which Jervis'Act (11 & 12 Vict. c. 42), ss. 14, 15, gives to England, Scotland, and Ireland interchangeably, but in relation to indictable offences only. Jems' Act, it will be remembered, is merely consolidating in this respect, repeating with amendments 13 Geo. c. 1, and 54 Geo. 3, c. 186, s. 2, as to Scotland, and 45 Geo. 3, c. 92, a. 3, and 54 Geo. 3, c. 186, a. 6, as to Ireland. As the present Bill applies to England and Scotland oiily, it is to be regretted that the exact extent of the local application does not appear from the short title, which is to be the "Summary Jurisdiction (Process) Act, 1881." This might perhaps be changed to the "Summary Process (England and Scotland) Act, 1881." The Bill itself contains nine clauses only, which are not many considering the large powers which it gives, bat there is a large amount of incorporation by reference. The fourth and principal clause enacts that "any process issued under the Summary Jurisdiction Acts may, if issued by a court of summary jurisdiction in England and indorsed by a court of summary jurisdiction in Scotland, or issued by a court of summary jurisdiction in Scotland, be served and executed within the jurisdiction of the indorsing court in like manner as it may be served and executed within the jurisdiction of the issuing court, and that by the officer either of the issuing court or of the indorsing court." Auother clause, the sixth, of nearly equal importance, allows proceedings in bastardy to be enforced in England and Scotland interchangeably, notwithstanding that the putative father " ordinarily resides, or the child has been born, or the mother of it ordinarily resides, where the court is English, in Scotland, or where the court is Scotch, in England, in like manner as the court has jurisdiction in any other case." Not only do not the present Bastardy Acts apply to Scotland or Ireland, but it has been held that in a purely English affiliation case, a Bervice upon a putative father in Scotland is insufficient (Reg. v. Lightfoot, 6 E. & B. 822); so that here we have two important, and we think desirable, alterations of the law. The Bill is, we think, a good one both in form and substance. But surely it should be made to appear more clearly than at present (see clause 4, sub-section 1) whether the indorsement is to be a ministerial act, enforceable by mandamus, or whether the indorsing court is to have any judicial discretion in the matter. The words are, that the process may be indorsed upon proof alone of the handwriting of the person issuing it, &o.

T It Is Wtbkbstijjq to observe how rapidly people find their way out of an inconvenient rule of law. No soouer did the public become generally aware, by the comments of the press on the case of Wilton v. Finch-Hatton (25 W. R. 537, L. B. 2 Ex. D. 336), that a difference exists

as to the implied conditions on the letting of furnished and of unfurnished houses, than intending lessees of the latter class of houses began to protect themselves by requiring express warranties or statements by houseowners that the drains were in good order and the houses fit for habitation. No one who has watched the reports of cases in the daily papers can have failed to observe the number of cases which have arisen of late upon these express warranties or statements. In the case of tMuspratt v. Hussey, tried before Mr. Justice Hawkins on the 17th inst., the plaintiff relied both upon an alleged statement by the houseowner, and also upon an express agreement by him. The statement does not appear to have been clearly proved, but the agreement fcr a lease provided that the house should be " complete and fit for habitation in all respects" by a specified date, and, if it was not, that no rent should be payable until the house was complete and fit for habitation. This would seem to be a reasonable condition, but express reference should be made to the drains, and it might be well, in order to avoid litigation, to provide that the question whether the drains were in order and the house fit for habitation should be decided, in case of dispute, by somo independent surveyor to bo named in the agreement.

We Do Not Understand Mr. Justice Fry's decision, noted elsewhere, that, because objection had not been, taken to an unstamped document on its being tendered in evidence, it could not afterwards be objected to on this ground, on the judge's discovering, during the hearing of the case, that it was unstamped. We have always been under the impression that the judge is, as the Master of the Rolls is fond of saying, an officer of the Revenue, bound to prevent unstamped documents from being admitted iu evidence. We presume, however, that the learned j adge must have relied on the registrar's refusing to draw up the order until the document had been duly stamped.

Referring to the statement made by the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the House of Commons in Committee on the Customs and Inland Revenue Bill with regard to proposal* made for " the remission of the Income-tax on Land (undtr Schedule A.) whioh had fallen into the owner's possession, and from which he derived no profit whatever," thath» "meant to meet the present distress where farms bad been thrown on the hands of the landlords, which they were endeavouring to torn to the best account they could, but on which this year they could not make any profit "—the Board of Inland Revenue have presented a report to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, dated June 13, 1881 :—"That we apprehend the concession of relief from the Income-tax under Schedule A. is to be confined to cases where the farms are thrown on the owners' hands by reason of their not being able to find tenants at fair and reasonable rents, and not to cases where farms are occupied habitually by the owners either for purposes of husbandry or enjoyment." In reply, Sir R. R. W. Lingen, on the part of the Treasury, is directed, June 14, to approve of the ruler proposed in the report for the grant of such relief- vix., "(I) That farms or lands habitually held in hand, for whatever purpose, be excluded from the concession | (J) that the duty assessed under Schedule A. be accounted for to the Revenue before any claim for repayment of any portion thereof he admitted; (3) that the claim for repayment of duty be established to the satisfaction of the General Commissioner of Income-tax for the district in which the property is situate within twelve months after the expiration of the year of assessment; (4) that the owner prove, as a condition precedent to relief, that be has made a bond fide, though unsuccessful, attempt to obtain a tenant or tenants for the farms for the year on reasonable terms and conditions as to rent and tenencj; (5) that this conoession be limited to the current year, 1881—2."

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