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SALES OF ENSUING WEEK.
July 25.—Mr. Jambs Stevens (for the Proprietors of the Bon Marche), at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Leasehold Properties (see advertisement, Jane 16, p. 5).
July 26.—Messrs. Dekenham, Tewson, Farmeb, & BridgeWater, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Estate and Property (see advertisement, June 11, pp. 12, 13).
July 27.—Messrs. James Beal & Son, at the Mart, at 12 for 1 p.m.. Freehold Residence (see advertisement, July 16, p. 5).
July 27.—Messrs. Farebrother, Ellis, Clark, & Co., at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Estate and Oil and Rice Mills (see advertisement, Jane 11, p. 17).
July 28.—Mr. F. Ellis Morris, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Leasehold Properties (see advertisements, July 16, p. 4).
July 28.—Messm. C. C. & T. Moore, at the Mart, at 1 for 2 p.m , Freehold and Leasehold Estates (see advertisement, this week, p. 5).
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Arathoon.—July 17, at The Lawn, Ladbroke-grove, W., the
wife of C. W. Arathoon, barrister-at-law, of a daughter. Hume.—July 16, at North Lodge, St. Leonards-on-Sea, the
wife of Edward Hume, barrister-at-law, of a son, stillborn. Maberlt.—July 6, at Oreenbank, Ecoles, Manchester, the
wife of Alexander C. Miberley, barrister-at-law, of a
Mews.—July 7, at 16, Westbourne-park, the wife of John
Mews, barrister-at-law, of a daughter. Rickeahd.— July 15, the wife of W. W. Rickeard, solicitor,
Exeter, of a daughter.
Hill—Cox.—July 9, at the British Legation and the Church of All Saints', Dresden, Charles Piffard Hill, barrister-atlaw, to Marie Catherine Cox, daughter of George Cox.
Wilson—Munole.—July 6, at Edinburgh, Thorn** Jackson Wilson, Solicitor before the Supreme Courts, 30, Queenstreet, Edinburgh, to Jessie Guthrie Millar, daughter of Robert Mungle, Stiff Surgeon, R.N.
Sloi'er.—July 1, Samuel Elgar SI >p»r, of Winterton Hall, Hythe, Hints, barriaiei-it-law, aged 61.,
Friday, July 15, 1881. Under the Bankruptcy Act. 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
To Surrender in London, lilnndv, Alfred Addison, Brook st, Grosvenor sq, Dentist. Pet July
13. Brougham. July 29 at 11.30 Corfteld, William Archer, and Charles Hersee, Chancerv lane. Pet
July 12. Murray. July 29 at 11
To Surrender in the Country. Britton, George Henry (and not Buttin as previously advertised),
Bel grave, Leicester, Brewer's Agent. Pet July 7. Ingram.
Leicester, July 28 at 12 Cullingworth, George Thomas, Elland, York, Joiner. Pet July 11.
Rankin. Halifax, July 2S at 11 Hines, Alfred, anil Charles Harris, Manchester, Skirt Manufacturers.
Pet July 11. Lifter. Manchester, July 28 at 12 Sansom, Frank, Colytou, Devon, Grocer. Pet July 14. Daw.
Exeter, July 27 at 2 Stott, Francis, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, Carrier. Pet July
11. Lister. Manchester, July 28 at 12
Tuesday, July 19, 1881. Under the bankruptcy Act. 186y. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in London.
utschke, Louisa, Piccadilly, Dealer in Jewellery. Pet July 16.
Fepvs. Aug 5 at 11 Keniirick, Henry Bnzley, Basinghall st, Woollen Cloth Merchant. , Pet July 14. Hazlitt. Aug :i at 12.30
loyd, Eleanor, MarylelHme rd. Pet July 14. Huzlitt. Aug 3 at 12 Falowkar, Mahnmet Frederick, High st, Camden Town, Hatter.
Pet July 11. Hnzlitt. Aug 3 at 12 Saunders, John, Plough ct, Fetter lane. Foreman of Printing Works.
Pet July 16. Pepys. Aug 3 at 11.80 Stewart, W Mat-Adam, East India avenue, Leudcnhall st. Pet
July 10. Pepys. Aug 3 at 12 30 Turner, Mark >n William, Stratford, Essex, Stone Merchant. Pet
July 10. Pepys. Aug 3 at 12.30
To Surrender in the Country. Dunn, Alfred, Kirkley, nr Lowestoft, Suffolk, Beerhouse Keeper.
Pet July It. Wnrlledge. Gt Yarmouth, Aug 3 at 11 Ferrnnti, Ca>sar, Liverpool, Photographer. Pet July 14. Cooper.
Liverpool, Aug 3 at 12 Freeman, G , Elsden rd, Tottenham, Builder. Pet July 13.
Pulley. Edmonton, Aug 3 nt 2 Oswald, Edward Heath, Shorwonfl, Nottingham, of no occupation.
Pet July 1i. Pntchitt. Nottingham. July 30 at 3 Linton, Richard, lto-t»n, L.i.coln, Silk Mercer. Pet July 13. Btani
laud. Boston, July 30 at 12
Rhodes, William, Halifax, Stone Merchant. Pet July It. Ranki:.. Halifax, Aug 8 at 11
BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. Friday, July 15, 1881. Thomson, Benjamin Lumsdeu, Union ct, Old Broad st, MercUn:July 14
Tuksday, July 19, 1881. Bartlett, Thomas Henry Nicks, Whitehall gdns. July 11 Tayleur, Albert Greslcy, Teddington, Gent. July 14 Townscnd, Thomas Charles, Shrewsbury, Salop, Civil Engineer. July 13
Liquidations by Arrangement.
FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Friday, July 15, 1881. Adkin, Thomas, Whitby, York, Labourer. July 25 at 2 at office* ot"
Tcale, Albert rd, Middlesborough Allan, Harry John, Wimbledon, Surrey, Hair Dresser. July 27 at 1
at offices of Cannon, 2, Broadway, Merton rd, Wimbledon Allen, John, Haslington, near Crewe. Cheshire, Grocer. Aug 2 ui
11 at Albert chnibrs, Church Side, Crowe. Pointon Argylc, John, Birkenhead, Grocer. July 27 at 3 at offices of Moore,
Duncan st, Birkenhead Arnold, Joseph, Clarendon Sij, St Pancras, Builder. July 23 at 1 nt
offices of Knight, Bow st Bagshaw, Evan Griffith, Holywell, Flint, Draper. July 28 at 3 M
the Albion Hotel, Chester. Evans Holywell Bailey. Frederick, Birmingham, Builder's Foreman. July 27 at II
at offices of Robinson and Son, Cherry st, Birmingham Bell, John, jun, South Stockton, York, Greengrocer. July 23 at II
at offices of Draper, Finkle st, Stockton-on-Tees Bennett, Norton, Cheshire, Farmer. July 29 at 11 at offices of Ridg
way and Worsley, Cairo -st, Warrington Block, Joel, Stockton-on-Tees, Glazier. July 26 at 4 & office* of
Draper, Finkle st, Stockton-on-Tees Booth, George, Runcorn, Cheshire, Butcher. Aug 3 at 12 at office*
of Day and Lake, Bridge st, Runcorn Brereton, Thomas, Shavington-cum-Gresty, Cheshire, Buildc:1.
July 27 at 11 at offices of Hill, Market st, Crewe Brown, Charles John, Lydney, Gloucester, Publican. Aug. 4 ml
at offices of Goldring, Cinderford Budge, Richard, Devonport, of no occupation, July 28 at 12 at offices
of Graves, St Aubyn st, Devonport Castle, Richard, Leeds, Innkeeper. July 2G at 3 at the Law Institute, Albion pi, Leeds. Watson Clark, George, Runcorn, Cheshire, Contractor. Aug 3 at 12 at offices
Queen Hotel, Railway Station, Chester. Aahton and Garratt,
Clubb, Alfred, Irongate-wharf, Paddiugton, Chimney Sweep. July 23 at 11 at 15, Boscobel gardens. Alpha nl, St John's Wood, Kilt, Fore st
Cockshott, William Henry, Blackburn, Lancashire, lnokeej>er. July
22 at 3 at offices of Malam Brothers, Exchange Flags, Blackburn Cook, Herbert, Boroughbridge, York, Saddler. Aug 1 at 1 at offices
of Paley and Buckle, Fishergate, Boroughbridge Crawshaw, Isaac, Seacombe, Cheshire, Tallow Chandler. July 27
nt 3 at offices of Leeming, Duncan st, Birkenhead. Hannan and
Pugh, Birkenhead Crews, Nicholas, St Helens, Lancashire, Seedsman- July 29 at 3 tu
at offices of Gibson and Bolland, South John Bt, Liverpool. Marsd,
Crossley, Charles, Rochdale, Lancashire, Farmer. Aug 4 st 3 st at offices of Molosworth and Son, Drake st, Rochdale
Davis, John Bault, Shrewsbury, Salop, Tobacconist. July 29 at I at the Great Western Hotel, Birmingham. Clarke and Sons
Eagles, John George, Leamington, Warwick. Cattle Cake Manufacturer. July 27 at 2.30 at offices of Wright and Co, Dormer place. Leamington
Elcomb, Frederick, Lordship In, East Dulwich, out of business. Jul}
25 at 2 at office of Bennett, Gresham bldgs, Basinghnil st Evans, Henry, Broadway, Worcester, Grocer. July 2a at 12 ui.
offices of New anil Co, Bridge st, Evesham Evans, Morgan, Llandilo-fawr, Carmarthen, Butcher. August 8M
11 nt office of Snead, Llanelly Freedman, Jacob, Aberavon, Glamorgan, Outfitter, August 4 at 12'
at offices of Merchants' Association, Broad st, Bristol. Tennaut
and Co, Aberavon Greenfield, Alexander, Barns-ley, York. Tobacconist. July2^at3
at offices of Maddison, Church st, Barnsley Gregory, John, New Mills, Derby, Boot and Shoe Maker. Aug Z st
3.30 at offices of Brown and Co, Hardwicke Mount, Buxton Goltschalk, Gustavus, Watling at, no occupation. August 12 at L
at offices of Lawrence and Co, Old Jewry chmbrs Haywood, Henry, Sheffield, Grocer. July 29 at 2 at offices of Tsj U,
Norfolk row, Sheffield Hibbard, Henry Williams, Chenics mews, Bedford sq, Coach Builder
August 3 at 3 at offices of Rumney, Walbrook Higgs, John, Tunstall, Stafford, Beerscller. August 2 at 11 at office>
of Cooper, John st, Tunstall Hill, Thomas, Wolverton, Buckingham, Boot and Shoe Maker. July
29 at 3 at offices of Beeic, Derngate, Northampton. Parrot, Sum*
Hilton, William, Aymestrey, Hereford, Manager. July 26 at 12 m
offices of Moore, Corn scj, Leominster Holt, William, Manchester, Auctioneer. July 28 at 3 at office of Bi*.
son and Grundy, Princess st, Manchester Home, William, Leyburn, York, Watchmaker. July 30 at 11 at
Golden Lion Hotel, Northallerton. Teale, Leyburn Huish, George, Portock, ns Minehead, Somerset, Carpenter. Juo
20 at 12 at offices of Foster, Cheapside, Taunton . Hull, William Jonas, Feltham, Grocer. Aug 9 at 3 at office ot
Jenkins, Tavistock st, Covent Garden Humphries, Thomas, Sellv Oak, Worcester, Paiuter. July S* at J
at offices of Sargent and Son, Bennett's hill, Birmingham Inman, William, Denton, Lancaster, Hatter. July 29 at 3 st Fautsn
Hotel, Market pi, Manchester. Sims, Manchester ^ Jeffries. John, Briftnl, Commission Salesman. July 22 st 2 at omo.
of Clifton and Carter, Broad bt, Bristol
Johnson, Thomas, Sheffield, Provision Merchant. July 27 at 3 at offices of Clegg and Sons, Victoria chmbrs, Figtree lane, Sheffield
Jones, William, Addison pi, Brixton rd, Dairyman. July 25 at 11 at
offices of Norris, Southampton bldgs, Chancery lane Kirkby, Robert, York, Clothier. Aug 1 at 11 at offices of Wilkinson,
St Helen's sn, York Kitchen, Joseph Goodman, Liverpool, Lead Manufacturer. July 28
at 2 at offices of Thompson, Sweeting st, Liverpool Lacev, Joseph, High Wycombe, Buckingham, Builder. July 23 at
31 at Coffee Tavern, Frogmore Gardens, High Wycombe. Clarke,
Lancaster, Mary, and Alice Lancaster, Chorley, Lancaster, Brewer. July 2d at 12 at Saddle Inn, Bradshawe-gate, Bolton. Turner and Son, Preston
Lcathcrdalo, William, Rol>ert Lcatherdale, Ellen Leatherdale, and
Alice Leatherdale, Wymondham, Norfolk, Farmers. July 29 at
12 at offices of Bailey and Co, Surrey st, Norwich Lcggatt, Alfred, Virginia row, Bethnal Green, Licensed Victualler.
Aug 3 at 3 at offices of Shearer, Basinghall street. Procter and
Andrews, Spitalflelds Lewis, Thomas Hinde, Hapsford, Chester, out of business. July 20
at 11 at offices of Mason, Chester Lonsdale, Robert, Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, Fruiterer. July 2S at
4 at offices of Draper, Finkle st, Stockton-on-Tees Loveland, John, Guildford, Surrey, Tobacconist. July 21 at 3 at tho
Law Institution, Chancery lane. Spiller, Egham Mnce, Charles, Pulham Market, Norfolk, Grocer. July 18 at 12 at
offices of Rackman, Tuck's court, Saint Giles, Norwich. Emerson,
Mamcr, William Bright, Broadwater, Sussex, Plumlwr. July 29 at 3 at Steyne Hotel, Worthing. Verrall
Marsh, Thomas, Miles Platting, near Manchester, Provision Dealer. Aug 3 at 3 at offices of Salomonson, Fountain st, Manchester
Michell, Frederick Baron, and William Michell, St Austell, Cornwall, Jewellers. Aug 3 at 11 at Townhall, St Austell. Carlyon and Stephens, St Austell
Moorhousc, John, Calverley, York, Tobacco Manufacturer. July 27 at 3 at offices of Atkinson and Wilson, Tyrrell st, Bradford
Morgan, Henry, Sedgley, Stafford, Grocer. Aug2 at 12 at offices of
Fellows, Priory st, Dudley Naylor, George, Sheffield, York, Saw Manufacturer. July 27 at 12 at
offices of Auty and Sons, Queen st, Sheffield Oatcs, George, Richmond, York, Trainer of Racehorses. July 23
at 11 at offices of Stevenson, Paradise ter, Darlington Farriugton, William Hudson, Upper street, Islington, Tailor.
Aug:* at 1 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Cotton, St Martin's-le
Pattison, Thomas, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Coal Merchant. Aug 2 at 11 at offices of Hunter, Pilgrim street, Newcastlenpou-Tyne
Perry, Frank, Pontypool, Monmouth, Painter. July 27 at 11 at offices of Young, Tredegar chbrs, Bancswell, Newport. Hutchins, Newport
Phipps, Robert, Bristol, Fish Salesman. July 25 at 2 at offices of
Clifton and Carter, Broad st, Bristol Powell, David, Llanynis, Brecon, Farmer. July 27 at 11 at offices of
Price, Wye bridge house, Bui 1th Powell, William, Dudley, Worcester, Plumber. July 26 at 11 at offices
of Tinsley, Priory st, Dudley Priest, Charles, Saltley, nr Birmingham, Brickmaker. July 21 at 11
at offices of East, Temple st, Birmingham Pritchard, Alfred, Abergavenny, Monmouth, Baker. July 27 at 11
at offices of Browne, Abergavenny Ran die, Charles, Mancetter, Warwick, Licensed Victualler. July
30 at 3.30 at Castle Hotel, Market, place, Nuneaton. Tinsley,
Rawnslcy, Jonathan, Bradford, York, Wool Dealer. July 30 at 11
at offices of Berry and Robinson, 6, Charles st, Bradford Reynolds, James, Saint Austell, Cornwall, Watchmaker. Aug i at
1 at George and Railway Hotel, bristol. Coode and Co, St. Austell Rice, Sarah Ann, Maidstone, Herbalist. July 29 at 1 at Bell Hotel,
Week st, Maidstone. Greenfield and Abbott, Queen Victoria st Richardson, William Henry, Gloucester rd, Acton, Builder. Aug 1
at 12 at 1, Mitre-court, Temple. Morris Biggs, George, Woodbury, Devon, Baker. July 29 at 3.30 at Castle
Hotel, Castle st, Exeter. Orchard, Castle-st, Exeter Roberts, Richard, Ramsgate, Kent, Ship Builder. Aug 2 at 3 at
Bull and George Hotel, Kamsgate. Mercer, Ramsgate Roberts, William Jones, Ruthin, Denbigh, Tanner. July 27 at 12
al Queen's Hotel, Chester. Lloyd and Roberts, Ruthin Robortstm, Andrew Ross, Calthorpe st, Gray's-inn rd, Agent. July
25 at 3 at 59, Lincoln's-inn-fields Rothery, William Henry, Manchester, Lancaster, Engravor. Aug 4
at 2.30 at offices of Makinson and Co, 37, Blackfriars st, Manchester
Rowan, Thomas Royal avenue, Chelsea, Civil Engineer. August 6 at 12 to be held at Sivier's Hotel, Pier st, Ryde. Fraser, Moorgate st
Boyle, Edward, Heaton Norris, Lancaster, Hat Manufacturer. July
27 at 3 at offices of Johnston, Vernon st, Stockport
Scollick, Henry Samuel, Lozells, nr Birmingham, Factor. July 27
at 3 at offices of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham Scott, George, St. Helen's, Lancaster, Wholesale Ironmonger. July
28 at 3 at offices of Mather, Harrington st, Liverpool
Seeker, Alfred Thomas, Turnham Green, Licensed Victualler.
August 2 at 2 at offices of Thomas, Cornhill Shnte, Charles, Dewsbury, York, Cabinet Maker. Jul}* 21 at 3 at
offices of Stapleton st, Dewsbury Sibley, John Daniel, Rcdditch, Worcester, Commercial Clerk. July
28 at 3 at offices of Williams, Prospect Hill, Rcdditch Simpson, Frederick Howry, Kirkdale, Liverpool. Hatter. July 28 at
10 at offices of Horner. Stafford st, Liverpool Smith, Sarah, St. Margaret's, Isle worth, Proprietress of a School.
August 4 at 3 at offices of London Warehousemen's Association,
S evens, Andrew, Falmouth, Cornwall, Carver. July 26 at 12 at
offices of Lane, Grove pi, Falmouth Tomlinson, Mary, Nottingham, Tobacconist. July 28 at 3 at office*
of Cockayne, Fletcher gate, Nottingham Tookey, Wdliam, Cheetham, Manchester, Grocer. July 21 at 3 at
offices of Credland, Cross st, Manchester Townsend, Frederick John, Witney, Oxford, Hotel Keeper. Aug 2!
at 11.45 at offices of Mallam, High st, Oxford Tyrer, William, Southport, Lancaster, Bookseller. Aug 3 at 2 at
offices of Welsby ana Co, Lord st, Southport Urry, Betsy, Forton, Hants, Boot and Shoe Maker. July 29 at 12 at
145, Choapside. Blake and Reed, Portsea Walsh, John, and Richard Duckett, Liverpool, Merchants, Aug 4
at 3 at Law Association Rooms, Cook st, Liverpool. Buteson and
Wastell, William, Haughton-le-Skerne, Durham, Registrar of Births, and Deaths. July 2m at 11 at offices of Clayhills, Coniscliffe rd,. Darlington
Watson, William Saddington, Mansfield, Nottingham, Draper. July 21) at 3 at offices of Bright. Town Club chambers, Wheeler gate, Nottingham
Weaver, William Richard, Grantham, Lincoln, of no occupation.
July 21 at 12 at offices of Schofield, St Peter's hill, Grantham Whittingham, William, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Licensed Victualler.
July 20 at 11 at offices of James, Nelson Bq, Newcastle-under
Wigney, Stephen George, Hove, Brighton, Watchmaker. July 27 at
12 at 145, Choapside. Lamb and Evett, Brighton Wilkins, Frederick Louis, Tavistock, Devon, Granite Quarry Owner.
July 28 at 11 at Bedford Hotel, Tavistock. Scoles, Budge row,
Williams, Jane, Ha ward en, Flint, Farmer. July 29 at 3 at offices
of Mason, Bridge st row East, Chester Wilson, Josiah, Leeds, Cattle Dealer. July 27 at 10.30 at Law
Institute, Albion pi, Leeds. Cross, Bradford Woodhead, Marshall, Sheffield, Grocer. Aug 2 at 3 at offices of
Fairburn, Sheffield Woostcr, Henry, Billingsgate Market, Fish Dealer. July 26 at 3 at
offices of Brocklesby and Co, Water lane. Great Tower st Wright, Thomas, Sutton Bridge, Lincoln, Builder. July 20 at 12.30
at Great Northern Hotel, Peterborough Wrigley, James, Rochdale, Lancaster, Cotton Manufacturer. July
29 at" 3 at Wheatsheaf Hotel, Fcnnell st, Manchester. Standring
and Taylor, Rochdale
Tuesday, July 19, 1881. Askin, William, Birmingham, Cabinet BraBsfounder. Aug 3 at 3 at the Great Western Hotel, Colmorc row, Birmingham. Horton and Co, Birmingham
Baldwin, William. Waltnn-le'Dale, Lancashire, Coal Merchant.
Aug 2 at 3 at olfices of Backhouse, St John's place, Victoria st Baron, Robert Barnby, Kingston-upon-HulI, out of business. July
29 at 11 at offices of Shepherd and Co, Lairgate, Beverley Bennett, Henry, Thorpe Hesley, nr Rotherham, York, Grocer. Aug
1 at 2 at offices of Gray, East gate, Barnsley Braid, Alexander, znd Arthur Francis Gwynn, Manor st, ^holsoa,
Builders. Aug 9 at 3 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st.
Nicholls and Grant, Gresham st Buckle, Thomas Glanville, Bristol, Tailor. Aug 5 at 2 at offices of
Phillips, Small st. Mosely, Bristol Bull, Edward, Earl Stonham. Suffolk, Farmer. Aug 2 at 2 at olfices
of Steward and Rouse, Arcade st, Ipswich Butler, Tnomas, Kingston-on-Thames, Tailor. Aug 3 at 12 at
offices of Haynes, Grecian chmbrs, Dcvereux court, Temple Cockerill, Vincent Harry, Northampton, Butcher. July 20 at 11 at
offices of Jeffery, College st, Northampton Coen, John, Evelyn st, Deptford, Builder July 27 at 2 at the
Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Lockyer, Deptford Collins, William, High st, Claphara, Fruiter. July 29 at3 at offices of
Cooper and Co, Lincoln's-inn-fields Conner, Albert Wentworth, Alexander Charles Brice, and Benjamin
Skelton, Queen Victoria st. Timber Preservers. Aug 4 at 1 at
Cannon st Hotel, Cannon st. Linklater and Co, Walbnok Cook, Edwin, Lcchlade, Gloucester, Farm Bailiff. July 30 at 10 at
offices of Boodle, Albion bldgs. New Swindon Corne, George John, Lewisham, Kent, Builder. July 29 at 3 at offices
of Marc ban t and Co, George yd, Lombard st Cornish, Henry, Liverpool, Tailor. Aug 2 at 2 at offices of
Gibson and Bolland, South John st, Liverpool. Gregory, Liverpool
Crosbie, Patrick, Lower Broughton, Lancaster, Greengrocer. Aug 3
at 3 at Mitre Hotel, Cathedral gates, Cateaton st, Manchester.
Dcwburst, Manchester Dobson, William, Bishopwearmouth, Durham, General Draper .
Aug 3 at 3 at offices of Bell, Lambton st, Bishopwearmouth Dunsford, James, Norwich, Mechanical Dentist. July 27 at 11 at
offices of Stanley, Bank plain, Norwich Ellison, Henry, Swindon, Wilts, Auctioneer. July 30 at 3 at offices of
Boodle, Albion bldgs, New Swindon Ellison. William Wesley, Dipton, Durham, Grocer. Aug 3 at 2 at
Traders Association, Grainger st West, Nowcastle-upjii-Tyne.
Richardson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Fnrtuar, Richard do Mulpus Cotgravo, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucster,
of no occupation. July 27 at 3 at offices of Cooper, Lincoln's-inn
Franckciss, Samuel, Landport, Portsea, Draper. Aug 3 at 2.30 at
offices of Edmonds and Co, Cheapside. King, Portsea Garner, Edward, Old Basford, Nottingham, Engineer. July 30 at
3 at offices of Fraser, Midland chbrs, Wheeler gate, Nottingham Garner, John, Tattenhall, Chester, Farmer. August 9 at 12 at ollico
of Churton, Eastgate bldgs, Chester Garratt, Clark, Greonway, Hillingdon. TJxbridgc, Builder. August
8 at 2 at Inns of Court Hotel, Lincoln's inn fields Giles, William, Brighton, Bootmaker. August 8 at 3 at offices of
Penfold and Co, Middle st, Brighton Graham, Joseph, Hipkin. Grafton rd. Seven Sister's rd, Builder,
July 28 at 3 at office of Holland, St Swithin's lane
Greeninsr, Benjamin, Hijrh st, Claphatn, Jeweller. July 29 at 2 a
offices of Myer, New Bridge st Grime, Richard, Bamber Bridge, nr Preston, Lancaster, Coal
Dealer. August 3 at 2 at offices of Thompson and Co, Station
rd, Bamber Bridge Grove, William, Halesowen, Worcester, Licensed Victualler ana
Bricklayer. July 29 at S at offices of Homfray and Co, High st,
Hammond, John Henry, Manchester, Clock Manufacturer. August 8 at 2.30 at Weston and Co, Norfolk st, Manchester
Hancock, William Charles, Shffield. Manufacturer of Electro Plated Goods. July 29 at 11 at offices of Mellor, Queen st, Sheffield
Harris, James'Lander, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, Commercial Traveller. August 2 at 3 at offices of Credland, Cross st, Manchester
Haviland, Alfred, Northampton, Surgeon. August 2 at 12 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Becke, Northampton t
Hemslev, William, Framflcld, Sussex, Miller. August 2 at 12 ■ Dear Hotel, Cliffe, Lewis. Hillman, Lewes
Herrninnn, Adolphus Edward, Leadenhall st, Agent. Aug 2 at 12 at 5, Philpot lane. Stoncham and Legge
Heywood, George Cann, Lee, Kent, Printer. July 29 at 11 at 1, Eastcheap. Hughes
Hicks, Frederick, Old st, St Luke's, Miller, Aug 10 at 12 at Guildhall Tavern, liresham st. Woodward, Ingram court, Fonchurch st Hilliam, Charles, Peterborough, Northampton, Printer. Aug 2 at
12 at offices of Pittman, 0, Guildhall chmbs, Basinghall st. Deacon
and Wilkins, Peterborough Horton, Joshua, Calder grovo, near Wakefield, Coke Manufacturer.
Aug 2 at 3 at offices of Williams A Co, Wostgnte, Wakefield Humphreys, Thomas, Pwllheli, Carnarvon, Druggist. Tuly 30 at
10.55 at Castle Hotel, Bangor. Parry. Pwllheli Hurst, George, Pownall rd, Dalston,' Baker. July 28 at 3 at 59,
Lincoln's-inn.fields. Cooper Jnckmnn, Klisha, Marlborough, Wilts, Grocer. July 29 at 11 at
Castle and Ball Hotel, Marlboro^ h, Wilts. Belcher, Newbury Jenner, Samuel, Birmingham, Tailor. Aug 1 at 12 at offices of Bill,
60, Bridge st, Walsall Jones, Richard. Birmingham, Journeyman Carpenter. July 20 at 3
at offices of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Lewis. Charles. Worthing, Sussex, Licensed Victualler. Aug 9 at 2
at offices of Hanson, King st, Cheapsidc. Dear, Gresham st Marshall, Thomas, Sunny Bank, Hornsey, Builder. Aug 8 at 11 at
(ireciifioltl and Abbott, Queen Victoria st Mayer, John Emilius, Maclisle rd, West Kensington, Doctor of
Medicine. Aug i at 3 at offices of Muniis and Longden, Old Jewry Mnynard, ('harlos, Hath, Innkeeper. July 26 at at I at offices of
Tyzack, York st, Bath McAndrew, Wigan, Lancaster, Joiner. July 28 at 10.30 at offices of
Wilson, King st, Wigan McArtlinr, Kiel, Brighton, Painter. Ang 3 at 3 at offices of Buckwell, New rd, Brighton Mcdlicott, Robert Arthur, Market Terrace Stamford hill. Oilman.
July 29 at 3 at officii of Fowler and Co, Borough High st Meli, Edward Giovani, Stoke-upou-Trent, Music Dealer. July 29 at
11 at offices of Wilson, Liverpool st, Stoke-upon-Trent Merrill, George Frederick, Moor, Sheffield, Hosier. July 29 at 11 at
offices of Binney and Sons, Queen st chmbrs, Sheffield Myers, Henry, Holme-upon-Spalding Moor, York, Butcher. Aug 2
at 1 at offices of Pickering, Parliament st, Kingston-upon-HuU.
Bantoft and Son, Selby Parry, Leonard, Nottingham, Grocer. Aug 2 at 12 at offices of
Frascr, Brougham chmbrs, Wheelergate, Nottingham Paynter, George Edward, Liverpool, Solicitor. Aug 1 at 3 at offices
of Copeman, Dale st, Liverpool ■ Peck, Sarah, Newton Blossomville, Buckingham, Farmer. Aug 3
at 3 at offices of Conquest and Clare, Duke st, Liverpool Phillips, Thomas, Burton-on-Trent, Watchmaker. Aug 2 at 12 at
offices of Jennings and Co, High st, Burton-upon-Trent Phillips, William Hill, Exeter, Tobacconist July 30 at 3 at tho
Craven Hotel, Craven st, Strand. Orchard, Exeter Pi|ies, George, Derby, Timber Merchant Aug 3 at 12 at the Bell
Hotel, Sadler-gate, Derby. Hextall, Derby Pole. George, Aberavon, Glamorgan, Boot Dealer. Aug 4 at 2 at
offices of Tennant and Jones, Broad st, Bristol Price, Maurice, Ystalyfera, nr Swansea, Draper. July 28 at 3 at
offices of Woodward, Wind st, Swansea Pritcr ard, William Thomas, Wolverhampton, Buildor. July 29 at 11
at offices of Rhodes, Queen st, Wolverhampton Qunyle, Charles, Longton, Stafford, Clogger. July 29 at 11 at offices
of Tomkinson and Fnrnival, St John's chmbrs, Queen st, Burslem Rcnwick, Charles, Burton-on-Trent, Plumber. Aug 3 at 4 at offices
Mears, Station st, Burton-on-Trent Robert*, Robert, Nevin. Carnarvon, Shoemaker. July 30 at 10.30
:it Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon. Owen, Pwllheli Rowlait, Thomas Charles, Hertford, Chemist. Julv 27 at 11.30 at
office* of Sworder and Longmore, Castle st, Hertford Siiinuil, Godfrey, New Bond st. Art Dealer. July 29 at 3 at Guild
111111 Tavern, Greshain st. Hobrow, Coleman st Saunders, Samuel Edgar, Stroatlcy, Berks, Steam Launch Builder. Anient 11 at offices of Andrews and Mason, Ironmonger lane.
Sch. .field, John, Sheffield, Licensed Victualler. July 30 at 11 atofflco
of .Mellor, Queen st, Sheffield Sciilirooke, James Eli, Crewe, Chester, Seedsman. July 27 at 11 at
offices of Wiirlmrtnn, Nantwich rd, Crewe Sc:i!ev. William, Dovcrnrart, Essex, Builder. Aug 6 at 1 at Pier
lln'el. Harwich. Itirkett and Bantoft, Ipswich Sn|ier, J'.hn. St Thomas Apostle, Devon, Dairyman. Aug 2 at 2 at
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i', ^ illiitni, Hanley OiMle, Worcester, Gent. Aug 0 at 2 at
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»■., letio... Hiu-li st. Stockton.on-'i'ees. Dra|»r, Stockton-on-Tees .Stiov. U, u.'ainin. Hell Harden rd. Pcckham, I'humlier. July 2S at 3
at offices of Uonluuui and Co, Trinity st, Southwark
Swait, Arthur, Now North rd, Islington, Grocer. Ju
Swane, Edward Henry, Bookseller, Brighton. Aug 2 at 3 at offices of Schomberg, Middle st, Brighton
Tawoel, Hassan el, Manchester, Merchant. Aug t at 3 at offices of Lees and Graham, King st, Manchester. Atkinson and Co, Manchester
Tayloe, Robert George, Chalford, Gloucester, Butcher. Aug ) st 12 at the Swan Hotel, Swan lane, Stroud. Smith and Stafford, Stroud
Taylor. Edwin, and Benjamin Gill, Brierley hill, Stafford, Brass Founders. July 29 at 2 at offices of Homer, High st, Brierley hill
Taylor, William Thompson, Chester, Butcher. Aug 3 at 3 at the Raven Hotel, Frodsham st, Chester. Quelch, Liverpool.
Temploman, James, East Chinnock, Somerset, Gentleman. Ang Sat 3 at Mermaid Hotel, Yeovil. Dangerfleld and Blythe, Craven st. Charing Cross
Tracy, James Lord, Dorchester, Dorset, Engineer. Aug 2 st 11 at Junction road, Dorchester. Hannc, Weymouth
Wale, Samuel, Altrincham, Chester, Joiner. July 26 at 3 at offices of Simpson and Hockin, Mount st, Albert sq, Manchester
Walter, Thomas William, Bedford, Butcher. Aug 3 at 12 at offices of
s» Conquest and Clare, Duke st, Bedford
Wharton, Joseph, Heywood, Lancaster, Mason. July 29 at 2 at
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at offices of Cannon, King st, Cheapside Williams, John. LUanelly, Carmarthen, Ship Chandler. July 29 at
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shortly occupied by the Chancery Department of the Bank of England.
The Vacation Registrars of tho Chancery Division will be Mr. Mkkivai.e and Mr. Kino.
The Master Op The Rolls will leave for his successor on the bench of the Chancery Division no fewer than 150 witness causes, in addition to many causes to be heard without witnesses.
The Chapel of Lincoln's-inn, which is said to have been designed by Inioo Jones, is about to be altered and enlarged under the superintendence of Sir Edmund Beckett, Bart., Q.C.
Mb. Arthur Kbkewich, Q.C, and Mr. Richard Horton Smith, Q.C, have been elected benchers of Lincoln's-inn. There is still one vacancy on the bench, caused by the death of Lord Hatherlet, but it will not be filled up until Michaelmas Term next.
The Filino Department of the Central Office has been removed to the south front of the Royal Courts of Justice, where it now occupies two rooms on the court floor. The rooms vacated by this department will be
Mr. Warton asked the Home Secretary on Tuesday last whether, "considering that Mr. Bradlauoh had given notice for convening and calling together on Tuesday, the 2nd of August, a meeting of persons exceeding fifty to meet in Trafalgar-square for the purpose or on the pretext of considering or preparing a petition to Parliament," it was the intention of the Government "to take any steps to prevent such unlawful assembly" on the ground of a contravention of 57 Geo. 3,o. 19, s. 23. Sir W. Harcourt replied that he had inquired into the matter, and had been informed by the police that there had been no announcement of a proposed meeting in Trafalgar-square on Tuesday next, but added that " in case of any publio meeting, proper steps would be taken to secure the observance of law and order." The enactment referred to prohibits meetings of persons, exceeding fifty, anywhere within one mile of Westminster Hall, "except in such parts of the pariah of Saint Paul's, Covent Garden, as are within the said distance," on any day on which either House of Parliament shall meet and sit, or on any day on which "the Courts of Chancery, King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, or any of them shall sit in Westminster Hall," for the purpose of any petition "to both Houses or either House of Parliament for alteration of matters in Church or State." Such meetings are declared to be unlawful assemblies, but the Act prescribes no punishment for convening them, nor can we discover that any special punishment is imposed by 39 Geo. 3, c. 79, which confines its punishments to " unlawful combinations " and the permission of unlawful assemblies. The remedy, therefore, would seem to be by an indictment for a common law misdemeanor. However, this may be, it is well to point out that by 9 & 10 Vict. c. 33, after reciting that the provisions of this Act and of 39 Geo. 3, c. 79, "have given occasion to vexatious proceedings by common informers," it is enacted that no proceedings may be taken under either of the Acts " unless the same be commenced in the name of" the Attorney-General or Solicitor-General. It may be added that the getting up of petitions "for alteration of matters established in Church or State is placed under curious restrictions by the still unrepealed Act of 13 Car. 2, c. 5. That statute after reciting that "it had been found by sad experience that tumultuous and other disorderly soliciting and procuring of hands by private persons to petitions . . . to Parliament for alteration of matters established by law . . . have been made use of to serve the ends of factious and seditious persons gotten into power to the violation of the public peace," enacts aa follows: "No person . . . shall solicit, labour, or procure the getting of hands or other consent of any persons above tho number of twenty or more to any petition ... to both or either Houses of Parliament for alteration of matters established by law in Church or State, unless the matter thereof have been first consented unto and ordered by three or more justices of that county . . . where the same matter shall arise; . . . or if arising in London by the lord mayor, aldermen, and commons in common council assembled." There is a further enactment that "no person shall repair " to Parliament upon pretence of presenting or delivering any petition "accompanied with excessive number of people, nor at any one time with above the number of ten persons." The penalty is a fine of not exceeding one hundred pounds and three months' imprisonment, recoverable, it would seem, upon a prosecution by any member of the public—but this is a point which is far from clear.
We Havb Several Times referred to the effect ot section 56 of the Indian Act II. of 1874, under which the Administrators-General of Bengal, Madras, and Bombay were appointed, in removing the ground on which the old Court of Chancery allowed an executor, to whom no legacy was given in Lis character of executor, a commission of five per cent, on all assets of the testator collected by him in India. An agitation has been commenced for the repeal of this provision, and on Monday last a deputation waited on Lord Hartinoton to present a memorial asking the Government to take steps to attain this result. They are reported to have complained that "the law as it stood prevented persons from appointing executors of their estates." If this was the only complaint of the deputation we think their case was very weak, for we do not know that ihere could be a better proof of the confidence felt in the system of administration by the Administrators-General than the non-appointment of executors. If it is alleged that executors are not appointed because they cannot be got to act without receiving commission, the reply is that there is nothing to prevent testators from leaving legacies to the persons they wish to appoint executors, expressly made dependent on their acting. It can hardly be doubted that in a country like India, where Europeans die far from their friendu, a system of administration by a public officer must be advantageous, provided due safeguards are imposed for the proper execution of his duties by such officer. The system established by the Act above referred to appears to afford satisfactory safeguards. There is first the requirement of competent legal ability on the part of the Administrator-General; next, the requirement of large security for the due administration of his office; there are also stringent rules as to the investment of assets in his hands; and, lastly, there is a half-yearly examination of hia accounts by auditors appointed by Government. We may add that in 1855 a similar attempt was made to obtain a relaxation of the rule prohibiting private executors and administrators from receiving commission, but the Legislative Council, under the guidance of Sir Laurence 1'rel, Sir Barnes Peacock, and Mr. Allen , refused to assent to the alteration.
The House Of Lords has altered the amended patronr.ge clause of the Judicature Bill, and has restored the name of the Lord Chancellor in place of the senior puisne judge, notwithstanding the protest of the Lord Chancellor that he did not wish "personally, or even i fficially, to add this particular patronage to the responsibilities of his office." The Lord Chancellor has not hitherto hud any share in the patronage dealt with by the clause—that is, the appointment of masters or clerks in the Central Office—and since the clause providing that the appointment of masters or principal officers whose duties have relation solely or chiefly to the Uueen's Bench Division shall be made " with the concurrence of the Lord Chief Justice," has been struck nut, the effect of the change will be to give the Lord chancellor uncontrolled patronage as to officers with whose duties he may be entirely unfamiliar.
In the course of a case tried at Westminster on Wednesday week, the actuary ot the London and Liverpool and Globe Insurance Office stated, in cross-examination, that his office paid n commission to agents and also to solicitors, from whom the introduction of new business generally came, whereupon, Mr. Justice Field is reporti'ii to hiive remarked that no doubt solicitors, from their position, had a great power of influencing business of this kind, but it was a great question whether or not they ought to take commissions.
TRADING BY AN EXECUTOR.
When, upon the decease of a trader, his business is carried on by his executor, the rights and liabilities of the latter, as well as the equitable right of property in the assets employed in the business at any particular moment, as, for instance, on. the bankruptcy of the executor, are not generally to be understood without attentive consideration ; and as several recent cases in the reports illustrate some of the principles applicable in such circumstances, it may bo useful to call attention to the subject, even if these late coses can scarcely be said to add to the already existing rules of law.
If we begin with the position of the executor personally, it must be recollected that the continuance of a business is scarcely a legal conception at all. "Business" consists of certain contracts by a person to buy or sell goods, or to perform services or works; and although one person may come after another in the occupation of particular premises, and make contracts of the same kind and with the same persons as the contracts made by his predecessor, yet the succession can scarcely be said to have any legal signification, except in so fir as it may involve a contract between the outgoing and incoming trader that the latter shall have every facility for making such contracts, or, in other words, shall have the goodwill of the business; for tho rights and obligations of each party in respect ot the contracts made by him are clearly and absolutely distinct from those made by the other. Whether the business is continued by a purchaser or.by an executor, the position in this particular is the same. lu each case the creditors of the business will have to look primarily to the trader's personal liability, and as in the case of a purchaser they will have nothing else to look to, so also it may be in the esse of au executor. The liability of the latter is so purely s personal liability that, notwithstanding his right to pledge or sell the specific assets of his testator, it is settled that his general engagements do not bind the testator's assets (Farhull v. Farhall, 20 W. R. 157, L. R. 7 Ch. 123); aud consequently the right to the assets employed iu the business ut the testator's decease will, subject to the conditions to be presently referred to, remain what it then was without reference to the executor's business contracts. Nor can the executor, even by professing to trade as executor, prevent the application of these rigid rules (Labouchere v. Tupper, 5 W. R. 798, 11 Moo. P. C. 198; In re Leeds Banking Company, 14 W. E. 255, L. R. 1 Ch. 242). The contract would still remain a personal contract in respect of which he would be chargeable de bonis propriis, and not de bonis UstatorU. The creditors of the business as conducted by him bare primarily no concern with the testator's affairs. Even if the testator has directed or empowered his executors to carry on his business, and to continue to employ for the purpose the capital in the business at the time of bis decease, or any part of his general estate by way of further capital, the remedy of the creditors of the business siuce the death is still by action against the executor on his contract (Owen T. Delamere, 21 W. K. 218, L B. 15 Eq. 134); and it is only it that remedy fail, as by the bankruptcy or insolvency of the executor, that such creditors can claim, by virtue of the direction contained in the will, a specific right against the assets authorised to be employed in the business so as to have such assets administered by a court of equity for their benefit. The nature of this right, if it was eter doubtful, has now been clearly defined by the Master of the Rolls in the cose of In re Johnson (29 W. R. 168, L. R. 15 Ch. D. 548), where it is laid down that it is not on the ground of anything in the contract with the executor that the creditor has such a right, but ot the special equity that the beneficiary on whoae behalf the trade was carried on shall not take the benefit of his trustee's trading until the debts incurred