Page images

Golightly, Francis, Reading, Berks, Grocer. July 16 at 3 at offices Sutton, Faulkner James, Wolverton, Buckingham, Grocer. July 15 of Creed, the Forbury, Reading

at 3 at offices of Becke, Derngate, Northampton. Parrott, Stony Goodman,' William Cammeyer, Aberdeen pl, Maida Vale, Cattle Stratford Dealer. July 8 at 3 at offices of Pain, Marylebone rd

Thistlethwaite, William, Bradford, Wool Broker. July 15 at 11 at Grellet, Albert, John Kupli, and Robert de Meuron, Fenchurch st,

offices of Terry and Co, Market st, Bradford General Merchants. July 21 at 3 at offices of Waddell and Co. Thorpe, John Frederick, Gleadless Common, nr Sheffield, Horse Queen Victoria st. Ditton, Ironmonger lane

Breaker. July 12 at 11 at offices of Mellor, Queen st, Sheffield Gresham, Alfred Hooton, Sheffield, Marble Chimney Manufacturers.

Tilley, Thomas Henry, Durham cottages, Manufacturer of Sausages. • July 14 at 3 at offices of Webster and Co, Hartshead, Sheffield

July 19 at 2 at offices of Eastwood, Great St. Helens, Bishopsgate Grundon, Samuel, Shillington, Bedford, Hay and Straw Dealer. st Within July 19 at 4 at the Crown Inn, Hitchin. Barker, Hitchin

Upton, George Murray, Ferris rd, Peckham, Gentleman, July 19 at Hall, Samuel, Wolverhampton, Fruiterer. July 15 at 11 at offices

3 at offices of Seeley. High Holborn of Green, Corporation st, Wolverhampton

Ward, Frederick, Southwark Bridge rd, Brass Finisher, July 14 at Harkness, John Boston, Bedford, Hairdresser. July 15 at 11 at 3 at offices of Reader, Holborn Viaduct George Hotel, Bedford Jessopp, Bedford

Watt, William, Crewe, Chester. July 15 at 1.30 at the Royal Hotel Harris, James Charles, Roman rd, North Bow, Cheesemonger. July Crewe. Sherratt, Kidsgrove

9 at 11 at 29, Bromley st, Commercial rd E. Archer, Brayard rd, Weatherley, Robert, York, Builder. July 12 at 11 at the White Peckham

Swan Hotel, Pavement, York. Dale, York Hayter, Charles Frederick, Claybrooke Vicarage, Leicester, West, Walter, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Schoolmaster. July 12 at 10 Clerk' in Holy Orders. July 20 at 12 at offices of Fowler and Co, at offices of Smith, Corn Exchange, Cheltenham Friar lane, Leicester

Williams, John, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Grocer. July 15 at 12 at Henderson, Robert Elliott, Liverpool, Tailor. July 18 at 11 at office offices of Davies, Mill st, Pontypridd of Paynter, Cable st, Liverpool

Williamson, Edward, Scarborough, Solicitor. July 18 at 1 at the Hill, Brayshaw Thomas, Devonport, Beerhouse keeper. July 14 at Great Northern Hotel, Railway st, York. Walker & Co, 2 at offices of Rundle, Ker st, Devonport

Hull Holdroyd, Sugden, Cleckheaton, Patent Medicine Vendor, July 11 Wood, Edwin Stanley, Park st, Camden Town, Physician. July 18 at 3 at offices of Clough, Cleckheaton

at 11 at offices of Chilcott, St. Martin's lane Holloway, John, Birmingham, out of business. July 13 at 11 at office

TUESDAY, July 5, 1881. of Eaden, Bennett's hill, Birmingham

Aplin, Francis Carlile, Harborne, Stafford, Grocer. July 15 at 12 Hughes, Joseph, Wrexham, Grocer. July 15 at 12 at offices of Acton at offices of Hawkes and Weeks, Temple st, Birmingham and Bury, Regent st, Wrexham

Arnold, Henry Heard, Plymouth, Ironmonger. July 18 at 12 at offices Huish, George, Porlock, nr Minehead, Somerset, Innkeeper, July of Whiteford and Bennett, Courtenay st, Plymouth 9 at 11 at offices of Foster and Easton, Taunton

Arnold, Thomas, Southend, Essex, Farmer. July 19 at 1 at Royal Humby, John Joseph, Reading, Baker. July 12 at 3 at 18, Forbury, Hotel, Southend. Woodward, Ingram ct, Fenchurch st Reading. Creed

Ashworth, Walter, Ashworth Mill, nr Rochdale, Lancaster, Fuller. Ingram, Henry, Coventry, Journeyman Baker. July 15 at 2 at Queens July 18 at 3 at offices of Farrer and Hall, Fountain st, ManHotel, Hertford st, Coventry. Parish, Wolverhampton

chester Johnson, James, Aston-justa-Birmingham, General Factor. July

Bebb, George Henry, Walsall, Stafford, Linen Draper. July 18 at 11

at offices of Wilkinson and Co, Bridge st, Walsall 13 at 11 at 1, Newhall st, Birmingham, Robinson and Son, Birmingham

Bisley, Frank, Drummond rd, Bermondsey. July 23 at 12 at offices of Jones, James, Birmingham, General Dealer. July 12 at 3 at offices

Thompson, Gt Dover st, Borough of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham

Blackmore, Sarah Ann, Exeter, Furniture Broker. July 16 at 11

at offices of Southcott, Post Office st. Bedford circus, Exeter Kearns, Joseph Carden, Liverpool, Manufacturing Stationer. July Blyth, William John, Aldeby, Norfolk, Farmer. July 21 at 3 13 at 11 at Washington Hotel, Liverpool. Julian, Burslem

at offices of Angell, Blybergate st, Beccles. Wiltshire, Great Landvogt, Philip Henry, Pratt st, Camden Town, Baker. July 14 at

Yarmouth 2 at offices of Johnson, Seymour pl, Marylebone rd

Brearley, John, Liversedge, York, Contractor. July 19 at 10.30 at Laurence, Tom, Edgware ri, Hosier. July 15 at 11 at offices of Lay. offices of Curry, Public Offices, Hightown, Liversedge ton and Jaques, Ely pl

Budgen, Benjamin, West Hoathly, Sussex, Farmer. Jaly 19 Lowe, Harry, Saxmundham, Suffolk, Butcher. July 14 at 2 at White

at 3.30 at offices of Peerless and Beeching, Tunbridge Wells Hart Inn, Saxmundham. Pollard. Ipswich

Bunkall, Joseph, Downham Market, Norfolk, Butcher. July 20 Luck, Fanny, Uxbridge rd, Ealing, Baker. July 12 at 1 at Feathers at 12 at County Court house, Downham Market. Reed and Way. Hotel, Ealing. Woolls and Co, Uxbridge

man, Downham Market Maddock, Thomas, Morriston, Glamorgan, Shoemaker. July 7 at 2 Burgess, Robert, Altrincham, Chester, Plumber. July 12 at 11 at at offices of Thomas, York pl, Swansea

offices of Simpson and Hockin, Mount st, Manchester Maggs, Eli, Hinton Blewitt, Somerset, Builder. July 11 at 2 at office Burt. James. iun. North Shields, Chemist. July 18 at 3 at offices of • of Ward, Albion chbrs, Bristol

Adamson, Howard st, North Shields Manning, John, Kingswinford, Stafford, Tailor. July 15 at 3 at office Burton, Thomas, Wolverhampton, Furniture Broker. July 20 at 11 at of Waldron, High st, Brierley hill

offices of Stratton, Wolverhampton Mercer, Joseph Barnes, Coventry, Confectioner, July 18 at 11 at Castro, Richard, Fann st, Aldersgate st, Printer. July 22 at 3 at offices offices of Goate, Little Park st, Coventry

of Kisch and Co, Chancery lane Miles, William, Blackpool, Provision Dealer. July 20 at 11.30 at Channon, Thomas Pope, Plymouth, Builder. July 18 at 12 at offices of offices of Dickson, Station rd, Kirkham

Pearse, Princess sq. Plymouth Moor, Thomas, Whitley, Northumberland, Land Surveyor, July 9

Chapman, John, Bradford, York, Tailor. July 13 at 11 at the at 3 at offices of Moody, Clayton st West, Newcastle-upon Tyne County Restaurant, Lower Ivegate, Bradford. Wilkinson, Brad. Narracutt, Charles Arthur, South Heigham, Norwich, Baker. July ford 14 at 11 at Duke's Palace Inn, Duke st, Norwich

Cristoffer, George Jacob, Forest Hill, Kent, Corn Dealer. July 20 Naylor, William Thomas, Lincoln, Tailor. July 13 at 11 at offices of at 2 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Turner, LeadenHarrison, Bank st, Lincoln

hall st Nowell, William, Stockingford, near Nuneaton, Warwick, Coal Coleman, James, Nottingham, Boot Manufacturer. July 19 at 11.30

Master. July 13 at 2 at Queen's Hotel, Stephenson pl, Birming at offices of Webster, Brougham chmbrs, Wheeler gate, Notting. ham. Ryland and Co, Birmingham

ham Parsons, Frederick, Odell, Bedford, Miller. July 8 at 2 at Swan Coies, Thomas Gear, Chippenham, Wilts, Innkeeper, July 15 at 12 Hotel, Bedford, in lieu of the place originally named

at offices of Keary and Co, Chippenham Percival, James, Runcorn, Chester, Grocer, July 14 at 12 at offices Collins. Koward Wallace, Birmingham, Grocer. July 18 at 3 at of Day and Lake, Bridge st, Runcorn

offices of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham Read, John, Henry, Whitchurch, Salop, Tailor. July 18 at 1.30 at Cookson, Charles William, Huddersfield, Yarn Spinner. July 20 at Crewe Arms Hotel, Crewe. Bidlake, Wellington

11 at County Court, Queen st, Huddersfield. Milnes ani Swift, Richards, Mark, Awsworth, Nottingham, Miner. July 13 at 11 at Huddersfield Great Northern Hotel, Kimberley. Stevenson, Nottingham

Curtayne, William, Queen Victoria st. Colonial Merchant. July 26 Roberts, Hugh, Aston-in-Mackerfield, Lancaster, Provision Dealer. at 12 at offices of Darley and Cumberland, Queen Victoria su

July 13 at 12 at offices of Appleton and Wright, Leader's buildngs, Diggins, Gorge William, Hindman's rd, East Dulwich, Corn Dealer. King st, Wigan

July 21 at 3 at offices of Charles, Fenchurch st Roberts, John, Essex rd, Islington, Butcher. July 11 at 11 at offices Dixon, Abraham, Low Worthley, near Leeds. Dyer, July 15 at 3 at of Mitchell and Co, Gray's inn

offices of Turner and Hewson, Park sq, Leeds Robinson, Benjamin George, Plaistow, Essex, Beerhouse Keeper, Ellis, William Thompson, Sheffield, Grocer. July 19 at 4 at offices of July 11 at 3 at offices of Wenn, King Edward st, Newgate st

Binney and Co, Queen st chmbrs, Sheffield Rogerson, Thomas, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Millwright. July 13 at | England, James, jun, Woking, Surrey, of no occupation. July 15 3 at offices of Bush and Wilson, Nicholas-bldgs, Newcastle-upon.

s-blags, Newcastle-upon- 3 at offices of Lumley and Lumley, Conduit st, Bond st Tyne

Faulkner, Alfred, Pritchard rd, Hackney, Jeweller. Rowland, William Josiah, Bohemia, nr Hastings, .Builder. July 8

July 18 at J

offices of Reader, Holborn Viaduct at 12 at offices of Davenport and Co, Bank bldgs, Hastings

Ferguson, Edward, Middleton, Lancaster, Grocer. July 16 at 3 at Russell, Walter Frederick, Half Moon-crescent, King's Cross, O Mitre Hotel. Cathedral yard, Manchester. Clark, Oldham and Colour Man. July 9 at 11 at Old Catherine Wheel-inn, Fisher, Benjamin Thomas, Accrington, Lancaster, Builder July 15 Bishopsgate st Without. Harrison

at 3 at Mechanics' Institution, Willow st, Accrington. Haworth Rutkowski, Aaron, Brushfield st, Bishopsgate Without. Woollen and Broughton, Accrington Draper. July 19 at 2 at offices of Parnell, Fenchurch st

Foster, Alfred, Birmingham, Spoon Manufacturer. Joly 14 at 3 ab Shand, William Francis, Ewer st, Southwark, Pickle Manufac I offices of Simmons, Bennett's hill, Birmingham

turer. July 11 at 3 at Mullen's Hotel, Ironmonger-lane. Hare, Forsyth, Robert, Ebury street. Pimlico. Butcher. July 20 at 3 NE Pinner's crt, Old Broad st

Mason's hall Tavern, Mason's avenne. Rashleigh, Three Crown Sharpe, Charles James, Adelaide rd, St John's Wood, of no occu 89, Southwark pation. July 15 at 3 at 111, Cheapside Clift

Green, Alfred, Old Kent rd, Builder. July 19 at 3 at offices of Fowler Singleton, Edward, Byker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Draper. July 14 and Co, Borough High st at 11 at Home Trade Association Rooms, York st, Manchester. Green, Mann Albert, Widmerpool, Nottingham, Coal Merchant July Purdy, Waterloo, Blyth

18 at 3 at offices of Cranch and Stroud. Low pavement, Nottingham Stevens, Sarah Ann, Whitchurch, Southampton, Harness Maker. Hansell, Robert, Rosedale, Westside, York, Proprietor of Iron July 19 at 3.15 at Shoulder of Mutton Hotel, Fisherton st,

Mines. July 20 at 1 at the Black Swan Hotel, Coney sl, York. Salisbury. Clarke

Pearson, Helmsley



Harman, John, Alcester, Warwick, Licensed Victualler. July 19 at Swann, John, Norwich, Bricklayer. July 13 at 12 at offices of Stan. 10, at offices of Langston & Co, Alcester

ley, Bank plain, Norwich Harris, John, Bermondsey New rd, Pawnbroker. July 14 at 3 at Tester, James, George Tester, and Thomas Tester, Etchingham,

offices of Bordman & Co, Victoria House, Trinity st, Southwark Sussex, Smiths. July 15 at 12 at offices of Bolton and Co, Lncoln's Hatton, Robert, Southgate, Farmer. July 21 at 2 at offices of inn fields. Aitkens, Ticehurst Stubbs, Bell Yard, Temple Bar

Unwin, Oliver, Hulme, Manchester, Baker. July 15 at 3 at the Hearn, Robert Henry, Frederick William Hearn, and Charles Walter Cathedral Hotel, Long Mill gate, Manchester. Tremewen, Deans. Hearn, Ipswich, Corn Merchants. July 18 at 12 at offices of

gate, Manchester Watney & Co, St. Clement's lane, Lombard st. Gudgeon, Stow Wainwright, John, Park ter, Acton, Publisher. July 16 at 2 at offices market

of Evans, John st, Bedford row Heritage, Charles, Great Hampton, Worcester, Milk Seller. July 14 Welch, William James, Nantwich, Chester, Coach Builder. July 25 at 11 at the Cross Keys, Evesham. Tree & Son, Worcester

at 11 30 at the Lamb Hotel. Brooke, Nantwich Hession, John, Hanley, Stafford, Fish Merchant. July 15 at 11 at West, James, Irchester, Northampton. July 18 at 11.30 at offices of the Royal Hotel, Crewe. Ashmall, Hanley

Pearse and Co, Market sg, Wellingborough Higginson, Samuel, Burslem, Stafford, Beerhouse Keeper. July 16 Wickes, George Haughton, Walworth rd, Undertaker, July 20 at 11 at 11 at offices of Jackson, Cheapside, Hanley

at offices of Swan, Camberwell New rd Hinchley, James Archer, Harrogate, York, Auctioneer. July 18 at Woodhouse, William, Rowley Regis, Stafford, Chain Maker. July 3 at offices of Lodge & Co, Park row, Leeds

15 at 11 at offices of Wright, High st, Cradley Heath, nr Brierley Hindess, Caleb Oram, Brighton, Builder. July 21 at 12 at offices of Hill Stuckey & Co, North st, Brighton

Woods, John, Cardiff, Plumber. July 19 at 1 at offices of Tribe & Hockaday, John, Manchester, Tailor. July 18 at 2 at offices of Co, Albion chmbrs, Bristol. Ingledew & Co, Cardiff Dewhurst, Victoria st, Manchester

Yates, John, Kingston-upon-Hull, Pensioner. July 18 at 3 at offices Horne, Cornelius, Lower Sloane st, Chelsea, Grocer. July 20 at 12 of Redfearn, Bank chmbrs, Land of Green Ginger, Hull at offices of Newman, Clifford's Inn, Fleet st

Zanetti, Celest, Kirkgate, Leeds, Looking Glass Manufacturer. July Jenkins, David, Ystrad, Rhondda, Glamorgan, Licensed Victualler' 15 at 11 at offices of Lodge & Co, Park row, Leeds

July 19 at 12 at offices of Morgan, Mill st, Pontypridd Kisbee, George, Cheltenham, Draper's Assistant. July 16 at 11 at offices of Clark, Regent st, Cheltenham

SCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA. Knight, John, Shirenewton, Monmouth, out of business. July 15 at 12 at offices of Gibbs and Llewellyn, Bridge st, Newport

Anti-Dyspeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder. Lloyd, Daniel, Upton-upon-Severn, Worcester, Innkeeper. July 19 Guarantead Pure Soluble Cocoa of the Finest Quality, with the at 11 at Talbot-inn, Upton-upon-Severn. Moores and Romney, excess of fat extracted. Tewkesbury

The Faculty pronounce it "the most nutritious, perfectly digestible Macdonald, James, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancaster, Stationer. beverage for Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper, and invaluable for

July 19 at 11 at King' Arms Hotel, Dalton rd, Barrow-in-Furness. Ir valids aod Children."
Sims, Barrow-in-Furness

Highly commended by the entire Medica 1Press. Mercer, Henry, Gainsborough, Lincoln, Seed Crusher. July 18 at Bning without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it suits all palates, 11 at offices of Plaskitt and Robbs, Silver st, Gainsborough

keeps better in all climates, and is four times the strength of cocoas Meredith, Caroline, Kington, Hereford, Farmer. July 19 at 11 at TRICKENED yet WBAKENED with starch, &c., and IN REALITY CHEAPERoffices of Pratt and Co, Bridge st, Kington

than such Mixtures. Meredith, John Meyrick, Chickward, Kington, Hereford, Machinist. Made instantaneously with boiling water, a teaspoonful to a BreakJuly 19 at 11 at offices of Pratt and Co, Bridge st, Kington

tast Cup, coating less than a halfpenny. Monks, Emanuel, Birmingham, Tin Plate Worker. July 15 at 3 at COCOATINA A LA VANILLE is the most delicate, digestible, cheapest offices of Parry, Colmore row, Birmingham

Map:lla Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is proMullord, Alfred, and Thomas Mullord, Corinne rd, Tu

hibited. rd, Builders. July 18 at 2 at offices of Pearpoint and Busby, In tin packets at 18, 6d., 38., 5s, 6d., &c., by Chemists and Grocers, Leicester sq

Charities on Special Terms by the Sole Proprietors, North, Howard, Bridgnorth, Salop, Licensed Victualler. July 19 I H. SCHWEITZER & CO., 10, Adam-street, London, W.C.

at 3 at offices of Miller and Co, Church st, Kidderminster North, Samuel, and John Cameron Macleod, Aldersgate st. Upholstery Warehousemen. July 25 at 2 at Guildhall Tavern, Reed and Lovell, Guildhall chambers, Basinghall.

THE ORIGINAL (1876) NON-ALCO HOLIC SPARKLING Northmore, John Rexford, Coulston ter, Peckham Rye, no business.

BEVERAGE. July 15 at 3 at offices of Ody, Blackfriars rd

EDOZONE. — MORE REFRESHING THAN Osborne, Thomas, Birmingham, out of business. July 18 at 11 at offices of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham

CHAMPAGNE, Parker, William. Great Grimsby, Fruit Merchant. July 16 at 2.15

at Yarborough Hotel, Great Grimsby. Middlemiss and Pearce,

Parnell, Henry, Walsall, Nurseryman, July 16 at 10.30 at offices of EDOZONE. - HEDOZONE IS A GRATEFUL
Rudland, Queen st, Wolverhampton

Pawson, James, Harrogate, Hair Dresser. July 15 at 11 at offices

of Crumbie, Stonegate, York. Hirst and Capes, Harrogate Pearson, John Turner, Middlesborough, Innkeeper. July 2[ at 11

at offices of Wilkes and Wilkes, Zetland rd, Middlesborough Petty, Arthur Rupert, Bartholomew close, Little Britain, Beer Re

OZONE. IT WILL SUSTAIN THE WORKER. tailer. July 14 at 2 at offices of Abbott, Chancery lane

RE - ANIMATE THE WEARY, Plomley, William, Rye, Sussex, Veterinary Surgeon, July 13 at 11

INVIGORATE THE FEEBLE, at offices of Butler, Watchbell st, Rye

Plumtree, George, Epworth, Lincoln, Butcher. July 18 at 12 at
Red Lion Hotel, Epworth. Parkin and Co

Prosser, Frederick, Gloucester, Builder. July 15 at 2 at offices of
Hobbs, Clare st, Bristol

Of Chemiste, Wine Merchants, and Grocers. Rawnsley, Frederick, Halifax, Photographic Artist. July 18 at 11 Manufacturers : PÁCKHAM & co.' (Limited), Croydon,

at offices of Rhodes, Horton st, Halifax Read, Thomas, Whitchurch, Salop, Mercer. July 18 at 3.30 at Crewe Arms Hotel, Crewe. Bidlake, Wellington

EDE AND SON Reeche, George, Manchester, Provision Dealer. July 21 at 3 at

offices of Rawes, Bexley sq. Salford Reed, Daniel, Doncaster, Ironmonger. July 19 at 3 at offices of


MAKERS Fisher, High st bldgs, Doncaster Richardson, John, jun, Moortown, nr Leeds, out of business. July

BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT, 18 at 1) at offices of Grisdale, Great George st, Leeds

To Her Majesty, the Lord Chancellor, the Whole of th 9 Judicial Bench Roberts, Richard, Bilston, Stafford, Grocer. July 20 at 11 at offices

Corporation of London, &c. of Green, Corporation st, Wolverhampton

SOLICITORS' AND REGISTRARS' GOWNS. Rooke, Henry Charles, Lewisham, out of business. July 18 at 3 at offices of Woollen Trade Association, Coleman st. Smart, Fins


CORPORATION ROBES UNIVERSITY & CLERGY GOWNS, Sawyer, Richard, Elm villas, Hamilton rd, Lower Norwood, Coach

ESTABLISHED 1689. Builder. July 20 at 3 at offices of Thompson, Great Dover st,

94. CHANCERY LANE, LONDON. Borough Sellers Matthew Grimsborr Northampton Seedsman Inly 19 at 3 at offices of Kirly and Mace, High st, Banbury

D AMPTON & SONS make NO CHARGE for Sharp, Henry, Hampton-in-Arden, Warwick, out of business.

inserting particulars in their FREE MONTHLY REGISTER July 15 at 3 at offices of Buller and Bickley, Bennett's hill, Bir

of ESTATES. TOWN and COUNTRY HOUSES, Furnished or mingham

Unfurnished, or for Sale, to be had GRATIS at their Offices, or Sharrock, Robert, Bolton, Lancaster, Joiner. July 20 at 3 at the

post-free for two stamps. Published on the lst of the month, and Commercial Hotel, Townhall square, Bolton, Banks, Preston

particulars for insertion should be sent not later than five days Simmons, Thomas, Barrow-in-Furness, Grocer. July 12 at 11 at Tem

previous to end of preceding month. perance hall, Ulverston, Pearson, Ulverston

Valuations for Probate and Transfer. Surveys.
Smith, Joseph, Keighley, York, Grinder. July 23 at 4 at offices of

Estate and Auction Offices, 8, Pall Mall East, S.W.
Robinson and Robinson, Keighley
Story, William Frederick, Bourne, Lincoln, Carpenter. July 18 at
2.30 at offices of Andrews, Bourne. Deacon and Wilkins, Peter-

I AW.-Wanted, by a Gentleman, a Clerkship in borough

u London. Good experience in Conveyancing. Salary moder Swaine, Edwin, Bradford, York, Stuff Manufacturer, July 18 at 11 ate.-Address, L., 2, Moresby-villas, Park-road, East Molesey, at offices of Terry and Co, Market st, Bradford




The Companies Acts, 1862 to 1880. Every requisite onder the above Acts supplied on the shortest notice


B A N K.Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. Current Accounts opened according to the usual practice of other Bankers, and Interest allowed on the minimum monthly balances when not drawn below £25. No commission charged for keeping Accounts. The Bank also receivesmoney on Deposit at Three per cent. Interest, repayable on demand. The Bank undertakes for its Customers, free of charge, the custody of Deeds, Writings, and other Securities and Valuables; the collection of Bills of Exchange, Dividends, and Coupons; and the purchase and sale of Stocks and Shares. Letters of Credit and Circnlar Notes issued. A Pamphlet, with full particulars, on application.

FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager. 31st March, 1880.

[blocks in formation]

THURGOOD & CO., Estate and Land Agent,

Surveyors and Auctioneers, Lonsdale Chambers, 27, Chancerylane. W.0.. hold PERIODICAL SALES or Property, at the MART, the Second Tuesday in each month. Railway, School Board, Corporation, Board of Works, and other Compensations conducted. Valuations for Probate, Mortgages, &c. Estates managed.

A scale of charges upon application.


1 BRIDGEWATER'S LIST of ESTATES and HOUSES to be SOLD or LET, including Landed Estates, Town and Country Resid. ences, Hunting and Shooting Quarters, Farms, Ground Rents, Rent Charges, House Property and Investments generally, is published on the first day of each month, and may be obtained free of charge, at their ofices, 80, Cheapside, E.C., or will be sent by post in return for two stamps. - Particulars for insertion should be received not later than four days previous to the end of the preceding month.

VATES & ALEXANDER, General Printers, Lons.

1 dale Buildings, 27, Chancery-lane, immediately opposite the Chancery-lane Post-office. LAW, Parliamentary, and General Printing by W Yates & Alexander, 27, Chancery-lane. AUCTIONEERS' Work, Particulars and Conditions A of Sale, Posters, &c., printed by Yates & Alexander. DAMPHLETS, Books, Newspapers, Circulars, Rules L and Regulations of Societies printed by Yates & Alexander. DROSPECTUSES of Public Companies, Memo

randa and Articles of Association, Share Certificates, Receipts, Notices, &c., printed by Yates & Alexander, 27, Chancery-lane. DISCOUNT for Cash allowed by Yates & Alexander,

u Lonsdale Buildings, 27, Chancery-lane. STATEMENTS of Olaim and Defence, Affidavits D Petitions, and Pleadings printed by Yates & Alexander.


JEWELLERY purchased or sold by JOHNSON, WALKER, & TOLHURST, Diamond Merchants, Goldsmiths, Silversmiths, and Watch

Manufacturers, 80, ALDERSGATE STREET, E.C. GOLD and SILVER purchased by Assay. Valuations made.







This new Ink supplies the demand continually made but never before met, for a Red Ink which is uninjured by Steel or other Metallic Pens. Steel Pens left in this ink for months do not impair the beauty of its colour, nor are the Pens in the least corroded by it. The existing Red Inks rapidly destroy Steel Pens, and lose their red colour if used with other than Gold or Quill Pens. This new colour is a very rich scarlet red of great beauty. The colour of this ink is not affected by use upon parchment, and is consequently of great value to Solicitors and Draughtemen.

Sold in stone bottles, retail at ls., 25., 38; and Imperial Quarts of 47 ounces at 68. each. Also in glass bottles at 6d. and Is. each.








Law Copying and Engrossing.

INAHAN'S LL WHISKY. Pure, Mild and

Mellow, Delicious and most Wholesome. Universally recom

mendad by the Profession. The Cream of Old Irish Whiskies INAHAN'S LL WHISKY. Dr. Hassall says

" Soft and Mellow, Pure, well Matured, and of very excellent

quality." KINAHAN'S LL WHISKY. Gold Medal, Paris

Exhibition, 1878 ; Dublin Exhibition, 1865, the Gold Medal.

20, Great Titchfield-street, London, .

Deeds and Writings engrossed and copied on the Premises, with punctuality and dispatch, at the lowest scale of charges. A good Discount allowed on agreed accounts.


other PLEADING, Printed at ls. per folio. DEEDS, CONVEYANCES, MORTGAGES, &c., Printed in form

for Registration.
Discount allowed for cash on agreed accounts.


EVIDENCE, Lithographed at reduced prices. PLANS OF ESTATES. SPECIFICATIONS. BUILDING SOCIETIES' DEEDS, LEASES, &c., Lithographed with accuracy and dispatch. PARCHMENT AND LEGAL PAPERS.

Samples and Catalogues sent post-free.


BAKER-STREET.On View. portrait Models of KING ALFONSO XII. and VICTOR EMMANUEL, the Duke and Duchess o EDINBURGH, the EMPEROR OF RUSSIA, the SHAII of PEPSIA, Sir SAVUEL BAKER, the late Dr. LIVINGSTONE, Mr. H. M. STANLEY, Rev. H. WARD BEECHER, Sir GARNET WOLSELET, MARSHAL MCMAHON, MARSHAL' BAZAINE, M. THIERS, the late CHARLES DICKENS, and Dr. KENEALY, M.P. Also superb and costly Court Dresses; the complete line of British Monarch from Williain the Conqueror to Queen Victoria ; and over 300 Portraits Models of Celebrated and Distinguished Characters. Admission, 18. Children under twelve, 60. Extraroom,6d. Open from 10a.m. til..Opm

[blocks in formation]

ROYAL POLYTECHNIC.-Lurline, the Rhine IV Maiden, by Mr. George Buckland.-Arctic Exploration, by Commander Cheyne. R.N.Porcelain Manufacture, by Mr. J. D. Cogan.-The Photographer's Sunbeam, by Mr. T. C. Hepworth. --The Rising in the Transvaal. by Mr. W. R. May.-Etherdo, the Juggler.-The Microscope, Electricity, the Isle of Wight, &c., by Mr. J. L. King.-Fleuss's Diving Apparatus.--The Electric Ral way.-Balmain's Luminons Paint Room.-Recitals by Mrs. Swag and others at 3 on Saturdays. Admission to the wholo 18. Opon from 12 till 5 and 7 till 10.


LONDON, JULY 16, 1881.

THE CHAMBER vacation business in the Chancery Division will be transacted, it is understood, by the chief clerks at present attached to the Master of the Rolls.




AFTER THE PASSING of the Judicature Act Amendment

Bill, it is anticipated that an order will be made trans. CURRENT TOPICS ....

........................... . OUI


ferring the chief clerks now attached to the Master of THE MINOR PROVISIONS OF THE JUDICATURE BILL ............ 693

the Rolls to Mr. Justice Kay.
LEGITIMATION ................................................ 691
CORRESPONDENCE ............................................ 695
Ex parte Hayward ...............

w 696 The list of chancery causes in which there are dorEx parte Barrow ............................................ 696 mant funds was posted up at the Royal Courts of Justice Parker v. Wells.. ....................... .................... 697

on Saturday last, and will be found in the corridor outIn re Sharpe ...........

................... 697

side the Chancery Pay Office. Hutton v. Brown ...............


Ex parte Hooper, Re Hooper .......... SOCIETIES ........

THE DEATH of Lord HATHERLEY leaves Lord CAIRNS OBITUARY ..........

the only ex-Lord Chancellor in receipt of a pension, a PENDING LEGISLATION .....................................

state of things which is almost unprecedented in recent LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK ......

... 706 times, and which presents a remarkable contrast to the LEGAL APPOINTMENTS ......................................

. 707

condition of the House of Lords in the year 1873, when COMPANIES ............

no fewer than five such pensions were payable. CREDITORS' CLAIMS .....

.. 708 LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL..................................

... 709 COURT PAPERS ..............................


... 709 LONDON GAZETTES, &C., &C...................

IT IS SATISFACTORY to find from the Judicature Act Ameridment Bill, which we print elsewhere, that a judge

of first instance in the Chancery Division is to be apCASES REPORTED IN THE WEEKLY REPORTER.

pointed in place of the Master of the Rolls ; and it is Armitage, Ex parte. In re Learoyd (App.) .............. 772

also matter of congratulation that he is to be appointed Bainbrigge v. Brown (Ch.Div. Fry, J.) ............... .... 782 “immediately after the passing" of the Act; for the Breton's Estate, In re.' Breton v. Voolburn (Ch.Diy. V.C.H.).. 777 result, it may be presumed, will be that both of the Chaston, In re. Chaston v. Seago (Ch.Div. Fry, J.) ..........

778 Dann, Ex parte. In re Parker (App.).....

vacation judges this year will be familiar with the

.............. 771
Dronfield Silkstone Coal Company (Limited), In re. Ward's matters with which they have to deal in court.

case (App.) .........................."
Duncan, Fox, & Co. v, The North and South Wales Bank (H.L.) 763
Hardy, Appellant, v. Atherton, Respondent (Q.B.Div.) ........ 788
Hopkins, In re. Williams v. Hopkins (App.)

767 Jones v. Jones (Q.B.Div.)........

PROFESSIONAL OPINION, which, happily, has a powerful

............... 786 Marshall v. Bolckow, Vaughan & Co. (C.P.Div.).....

............. 792 representative in the House of Lords in Lord CAIRNS, Martin v. Barker (Q.B.Div.) ....... ...................... 789 Mercantile Steamship Company (Limited) v. Tyser (Q.B.Div.).. 790

has proved fatal to the proposal to constitute journey. Poyser v. Minors (App.)....


men judges of the Court of Appeal. It is to be Seagram v. Tuck (Ch.Div. Kay, J.)...


withdrawn, and we hope will never be heard of Spaight v. Tedcastle (H.L.)

761 Spiller, In re. Spiller v. Madge (Ch.Div. Fry, J.)....


again. Its origin was revealed by the Lord Chancellor Walter v. Howe (Ch.Div. M.R.) ......................

776 when he said that “from the communications which Watson v. Cave (App.) ......

................... 769

he had had with the judges, he was led to believe that, especially in the Queen's Bench Division, the opinion prevailed that such an arrangement would con.

duce to greater harmony." If by “greater harmony" CURRENT TOPICS.

the Lord Chancellor's informants meant greater tender. ness in dealing with the decisions of judges of first

instance, this is not a quality which the profession THERE IS NO FOUNDATION for the doubt which has been desires in a court of appeal. The real objection to the recently publicly expressed as to whether the report of the proposal is that which Lord CAIRNS had the courage Procedure Committee will be pablished. Both the Lord to avow — "that it assumed that all the primary Chancellor in the one House, and the Attorney-General | judges were fit to sit in the Court of Appeal. The in the other, have promised to lay the report on the best men were required for that court. The proper table. With regard to the suggestion that the judges way of getting the best men was to choose from will make rules based on the report before the latter is time to time the most distinguished primary judges and published, we may point out that as all the members of

promote them to the Court of Appeal. But if all the the Rule Committee of Judges (with one exception) are

primary judges were to be treated as eligible for the Court away on circuit, and the Long Vacation will commence of Appeal the popular respect for that court would be before their return, there is no prospect of any meeting | lowered." of the committee being held to consider any proposals which may be made.

SO MANY JUDGES of real eminence and worth have died within a comparatively short space of time, each

of whom has, with the most perfect propriety, been THE CHIEF CLERKS at present attached to the Master spoken of in terms of praise and respect, that there is a of the Rolls will remove in the course of the Long fear lest, among some persons at any rate, it may seem Vacation to the Royal Courts of Justice.

| almost a matter of course that lawyers should



July 16, 1881.


[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

pronounce a somewhat exaggerated eulogy over the grave THERE IS LIKELY to be some difficulty with reference of every judge. But it is safe to say that no words of tɔ the reward offered for the discovery of the perpehighest commendation that we can use when speaking trator of the Brighton Railway Murder, as to claims of the late Lord HATHERLEY will give rise to any such made by several persons, and as to the value of several notion in the mind of any member of our profession who kinds of information. We do not know of any authority is old enough to remember him as Chancellor, Lord on the title to a reward offered by the police or other Justice, or Vice-Chancellor. Readiness of apprehen- public bodies, or relating to the discovery of a sion, unflagging industry, jealous husbanding of the murderer, but the books contain four cases at least public time, patience, courtesy, and learning-these have bearing upon rewards offered by private persons for been, and are, possessed by many past and present the discovery of thieves. In Lancaster v. Walsh (4 occupants of the bench. But in the case of the great M. & W. 16), the handbill issued stated that whoman whom we have just lost, there seemed to be as it ever would give information whereby lost notes might were around and above, or, perhaps, it would be better be traced should, on conviction of the guilty parties, to say, at the root and centre, of all these great receive a reward, and it was held that the only person excellencies, a simplicity and pureness, wholly un. entitled to the reward was he who first gave such in. attended by any weakness, of personal character, formation. In Williams v. Carwardine (4 B. & Ad. which is rare among all classes of men, and wbich 621), it was held that the motive of the party gircertainly does not become more common as we pass into | ing the information was immaterial. In Smith v. Moore the class of men who have made good their footing in (1 C. B. 438), TINDAL, C.J., was of opinion that the high place and office. It was the great charm of Vice.words of the handbill (which merely followed the comChancellor Wood's court that there, at any time, the mon form) were large and general enough to compreEnglish law might be seen worthily administered by the hend every mode by which information could be convery type and model of an English Christian gentleman. veyed that might have the effect of discovering and It is not too much to say that, throughout the long period convicting the guilty person, and this view seems to have during which he had practised at the bar, and sat in been confirmed by the Exchequer Chamber, in the most Parliament and on the bench, he had preserved a sen. | recent case of Tarner v. Walker (15 W. R. 407, L. R. 2 sitiveness of conscience which made fraud or unfair Q. B. 301). It seems from these authorities (1) that the dealing a positive pain to him. This natural antipathy whole reward falls to the first informer; and (2) that it is to wrong was shown, not at all in cheap outbursts of a question for the jury whether the information given righteous indignation, but in a certain uneasiness of by the claimant did or did not lead to the apprehension position, and a change of colour and expression, that of the criminal, so as to entitle him to the reward. spoke more eloquently than words. In some instances, no doubt, this characteristic led him to administer rather morality than law; but in by far the majority of cases any such tendency was counterbalanced by his clear per

THE BILL which it is proposed to style the Statute ception of the lines laid down by his predecessors, and

Law Revision and Civil Procedure Act, 1881, which is his conscientious desire not to overstep the real limits of

just about to pass, if it has not already passed, the House equity jurisprudence. Like every other eminent judge,

of Lords, is not likely to meet with either opposition or Lord HATHERLEY's most abiding monument must be such

criticism in the House of Commons. It may be well, of his judgments and decisions as bave taken rank as

however, at once to call attention to its provisions. leading cases. But, besides this, there is the less lasting,

They are in pari materia with those of the Civil Probut not less precious, monument of his worth which is

cedure Acts Repeal Act, 1879, but travel to an im. represented by the memory of those who saw him from

portant extent beyond the scope of that Act. The Act day to day, and saw nothing in him that was not good

of 1879 expressly repealed, either wholly or in part, one and noble.

hundred and fifteen procedure enactments which had been impliedly repealed by subsequent statutes. The

present Bill expressly repeals, wholly or in part, eightyIT APPEARS to be as yet uncertain when and where two similar enactments, but includes in the repeal enact. the trial for the Brighton Railway Murder will take placements which were displaced (we purposely abstain from in the event of any person being committed to trial for it, saying impliedly repealed) by rules made by the judges and suggestions are said to have already been made that it subsequently to the Judicature Act, 1875. By neither might be desirable that the trial should take place at the Act nor Bill is there (except in a few immaterial instances Central Criminal Court under the powers of the "Palmer occurring in the Act) any repeal of the Common Law Act" (19 Vict. c. 16) by which indictments may be Procedure Act, 1852, which contains hundreds of proremoved into that court by certiorari, when it shall visions totally inconsistent with the Judicature Acts and appear" expedient to the ends of justice" so to remove the Rules scheduled to the Act of 1875. The third them. It does not seem necessary, however, to apply column of the schedule to the Bill (which it is not prothe powers of this Act for the purpose of obtaining a posed to print with the Act) contains very fully and trial at the Central Criminal Court, inasmuch as the case neatly the reasons for each separate repeal. It is is exactly provided for by 7 Geo. 4, c. 64, s. 13, and curious to observe that, whereas the sections of Turner's 4 & 5 Will. 4, c. 36, s. 2. The first-mentioned section Act (13 & 14 Vict. c. 35), which are displaced by enacts that "for the more effectual prosecution of offences ord. 34, r. 7, are repealed as being “ virtually recommitted during journeys from place to place, where pealed " by that rule, there is no repeal of Keating's Act any felony shall be committed on any person in or upon (18 & 19 Vict. c. 55) (the Summary Procedure on Bills any coach, waggon, cart, or other carriage whatever of Exchange Act, 1855), which is displaced by ord. 2, employed in any journey, such felony may be dealt with, r. 6a. Assuming that the provisions of this rule should reinquired of, tried, determined, and punished in any main unaltered, why should Turner's Act be repealed, county through any part whereof such coach, wagon, while Keating's Act is left standing? If the reason be cart, or carriage shall have passed in the course of the that Turner's Act applied to a superior court only, journey during which such felony shall have been whereas Keating's Act may be, and has been, applied committed, in the same manner as if it had been actually by Order in Council to inferior courts, we cannot think committed in such county.” Under 4 & 5 Will. 4, c. 36, such reason a valid one. Surely there might be a repeal 8. 2, at least one part of one county through which the with a saving, so as to repeal the Act as to the carriage passed in which the murder is alleged to Supreme Court only, as was done with the Statute of have been committed is in the Central Criminal Court Gloucester, and many other Acts, by the Civil Procedure district.

Acts Repeal Act, 1879. A similar course might be followed with the Common Law Procedure Acts, which may I be, and have been, similarly applied to inferior courts. 16

« PreviousContinue »