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sing rd, Essex Fennell, Richard Thomas ng 10 at 11

alttough, in a few months of the year, he had purchased £1,455 worth of adhesive stamps, which are only used as

SALES OF ENSUING WEEK, supplementary to the embossed stamps. The amount of August 2.-Messrs. DeBENHAM, Tewson, FARMER, & BRIDGEembossed stamps used in the year was only £150 worth, WATER, at the Mart, Freehold Investment and Copybold wbile the adhesive stamps which he had purchased amounted

Ground' Rent (800 advertisement, July 16, p. 5). to £3,600. It is therefore supposed that many thousand

August 3.-Messrs. Edwin Fox & BOU SFIELD, at the Mart, pounds' worth of embossed stamps must have been forged

L at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold Estates (see advertisement, yearly. Already £1,500 worth have been identified as having

July 23, p. 5).

August 5. -Messrs. NORTON, TRIST, WATNEY, & Co., at the been purchased from the prisoner. It is considered remark.

Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Property (see advertisement, July able that the fraud should have escaped discovery so long. 16, p. 5). The prischer was committed for trial, bail being refused.

At the Manchester Assizes, Joseph Lowe, a member of the firm of Potter & Lowe, solicitors, was charged, before Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, with stealing or concealing certain title deeds relating to six shops in Rochester-road, Manchester, which were the property of a builder named O'Brien, and upon the security of wbich James Addison and William

Bankrupu. Openshaw had advanced £1,800 of trust money, which was

FRIDAY, July 22, 1881. given by them to Lowe to be forwarded to O'Brien. The

Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. prisoner was also charged with forging & subsequent deed

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.

To Surrender in London. purporting to be signed by O'Brien relating to the same Davies, Evan, May's bldgs, St Martin's lane. Pet July 18. Murray. transactions. Mr. Addison, Q.C., and Mr. Nash conducted Aug 5 at 11.30 the case for the prosecution ; Mr. Hopwood, Q.C., and Mr.

Reid, Thomas, Warwick st, Regent st, Engraver. Pet July 20.

Pepys. Aug 9 at 11.30 Blair defended the prisoner. It appeared that Lowe made

Tilley, Thomas Henry, Durham cottages, Hackney, Sausage Manuadvances to O'Brien for the purposes of his building opera facturer. Pet July 20, Pepys. Ang 9 at 11 tions in the course of the year 1876. In December of that

To Surrender in the Country. year Addison and Opensbaw, who had trust funds to invest Bailey, William, Wilsden, Bradford, Coal Merchant. Pet July 19. and were clients of Lowe, were taken by him over the Lee. Bradford, Aug 5 at 12 Rochester-road property, and agreed to advance £1,800 upon

Bates, William, Leicester, Shoe Finisher. Pet July 18. Moore.

Leicester, Aug 3 at 2 it, a cheque for which amount was subsequently given to

Howe, Thomas Heslope, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Gent. Pet July 13. Lowe, and then, according to Addison's evidence, a Edwards. St Albans, Aug 3 at 3 mortgage, dated the 22nd of December, 1876, duly executed Spence, Thomas, West Hartlepool, Durham, Butcher. Pet Jaly 19.

Boulton. Sunderland, Aug 4 at 11.30 on parchment by O'Brien, was received by them, along with

Stephens, Thomas Trinn, Bristol, Brewer. Pet July 20. Harley. the bundle of title deeds in Lowe's office, and placed in Bristol, Aug 3 at 2 Add

Trahar, William Henry, Devonport. Captain in her Majesty's to Lowe to be used in a chancery suit, and in the end were

Auxiliary Forces. Pet July 26. Edmonds. East Stonehouse,

Aug 4 at 12 taken by Addison from Lowe's brother. Addison then found

Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. that the original parchment mortgage, which he said he had

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. read in 1876, had disappeared, and in its place there was a

TUESDAY, July 26, 1881. paper mortgage unstamped, but bearing O'Brien's signature,

To Surrender in London. of date January 1, 1879. The payments of interest which

Pet July 22. Murray. Aug 10 at 11 had been made by Lowe stopped in 1879, and when

To Surrender in the Country. Addison complained that be had not got his original mort. | Balaban, Jacob, Manchester, Commission Agent. Pet Jaly B. gage, he was told by Lowe he must be satisfied with what be Hulton. Salford, Aug 10 at 11 had.

Pet July 16. The defence suggested was that the original parchment

Green, Charles Edward, Gt Yarmouth, Painter.

Worlledge. Gt Yarmouth, Aug 13 at 12 deed never existed, and evidence was given to show that no Lord, Thomas, Haslingden, Lancaster, Innkeeper. Pet July 2 trace of it was to be found in the business books of the firm

Bolton, Blackburn, Aug 8 at 11 of Potter & Lowe. O'Brien gave evidence that he had no

BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. recollection of signing the parchment deed, but he admitted

FRIDAY, July 22, 1881. in cross-examination that he did not remember signing Bond, Alfred, Freston, Suffolk, Clerk in Holy Orders. July 13 the paper deed of 1879, though he believed the sigoature Elford, Thomas, Plympton. Devon, Gent. July 20 was his. It appeared in the course of the case that between

Lloyd, Oliver Wimburn, Gresham bldgs, Basinghall st, Solicitor.

July 16 December, 1876, and January, 1879, Lowe had obtained a

TUESDAY, July 26, 1881. mortgage (in which no mention was made of a prior in Cooper, Thomas Henry, Featherstone bldgs, Holborn, Accountant.

July 22. cumbrance) to Reid and Kenyon for £2,000, and a second mortgage to secure £600 due by O'Brien to a Mr. Haigh;

Liquidations by Arrangement. and, further, that the two chief rents included in the mort

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. gage of 1876 had been sold for £180. The Lord Chief

FRIDAY, July 22, 1881. Justice carefully summed up the case to the jury, who

Adams, Samuel Enoch, Belvoir rd, Lordship lane, Builder. Ang 10 subsequently returned a verdict of Guilty. The learned judge at 3 at Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn, Marsden and Wilson, sentenced him to five years' penal servitude.

Old Cavendish st
Alwen, John, Wordsley, Stafford, Farmer. Aug 2 at 3 at offices of

Homfray and Holberton, High st, Brierley hill
Astell, William John, Claydon, Oxford, Farmer, Aug5 at 2 at offices

of Munton and Stockton, High st, Banbury
COURT PAPERS.

Baggley, Daniel, Silverdale, Stafford, Miner. Ang 4 at 11 at offices of

James, Nelson sb, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Barker, Richard, New Malton, York, Horse Dealer. Ang 3 st ll at SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.

Angel Inn, New Malton. Simpson, New Malton

Barnett, Louis, Birmingham, Furniture Dealer, Aug 4 at 11 at offices ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON

of Burn and Co, Temple st, Birmingham

Beech, William, jun, Tunstall. Stafford, Joiner, Aug 5 at 3 at offices
COURT OF
Date.
MASTAR OF THB Y. O. BACON.

of Llewellyn and Ackrill, Piccadilly st, Tunstall
APPEAL.
ROLLS.

Bell, Thomas Henry, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Innkeeper. Aug 2 at Monday, Aug. 1Mr. King Mr. Teesdale Mr. Jackson

1 at offices of Hoyle and Co, Burdon bldgs, Grainger st West,

Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Tuesday ......
Merivalo Farrer Cobby

s Bond, Walter, Preston, Lancaster, Fancy Stationer, Aug 12 at 2 at Wednesday.... 3

Teesdale
Jackson

offices of Thompson and Craven, Lune st, Preston Thursday

Merivale Farrer Cobby Bott, William, and Thomas Jones, Burslem, Joiners. Ang 2 at 1 st 5 King

Teesdale Jackson North Stafford Railway Hotel, Stoke-upon-Trent. Hollinshead, Saturday...... 6 Merivale Farrer

Cobby

Brown, John, Wroot, Lincoln, Farmer. Aug 5 at 12 at Elephant
Mr. Justico Mr. Justice
V. C. HALL.

Hotel, Doncaster, Parkin and Co, Epworth
FRY.
KAY.

Buckley, Woodhead, Huddersfield, Printer, August 4 at 11 at offices
Monday, Aug. IMr. Koe Mr. Latham Mr. Pemberton of Welsh, Queen st, Huddersfield
Tuesday ...... 2

Clowes
Leach

Ward Buncombe, John Clarke, Bruton, Somerset, Ironmonger. July 30 Wednesday.... 3 Koe

Latham Pemberton

at 12.30 at High st, Bruton. Russ Thursday .... 4 Clowes

Burrell, John Samuel, Lanchester, Durham, Grocer. August 4 at
Leach
Ward

12 at offices of Holmes and Co, Pilgrim st, Newcastle upon Tyne Friday ...... 5

Koe
Latham

Pemberton

Bushell, Edmund, Faversham, Kent, Carpenter. Angust 5 at 3 at Saturday...... 6 Clowes

Leach
Ward

the Ship Hotel, Faversham, Norman, Chatham

King

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Tunstall. Wroot, Lincoln,

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Carr, Joseph, Holgate, York, Colliery Agent. August 4 at 11.30 at | Mason, Henry, Tettenhall, near Wolverhampton. Aug 4 at 11 at offices of Bateson and Co, Harrogate

offices of Smith, Lich Gates, Wolverhampton Chadwick, Thomas, Wolstanton, Stafford, Builder. August 4 at 12 Mason, John, Royton, Lancaster, Bleacher. Aug 17 at 11 at Angel at offices of Heaton and Son, Brickhouse st, Burslem

Hotel, High st, Oldham Cheetham, George Middleton Salford, Lancaster, Baker. August Moore, Albert, Wells, Somerset, Fismonger. Aug 4 at 1 at Grand

4 at 3 at the Spread Eagle Hotel, Corporation st, Manchester. Hotel, Broad st, Bristol. Hobbs, jun, Wells Walker, Manchester

Newell, Freeman, Fletton, Huntingdon, Commercial Traveller. Ang Chivers, James, Bristol, Haulier. July 30 at 12 at offices of 8 at 12 at offices of Deacon and Wilkins. Cross st, Peterborough Williams Andrews, Nicholas st, Bristol. Ayre, Bristol

Newlands, Joseph, Derby, China and Glass Dealer. Aug 8 at 3 at Coles, Charles Henry, Lansdowne rd, Dalston, Baker. August 3 offices of Moody, Corn Market, Derby at 2 at the Inns of Court Hotel. Beswick, Bedford row

Phillips, William, Burry Port, Carmarthen, Innkeeper. Aug Cook, John, Lever st, St Luke's, Boot Manufacturer. July 30 at 11 at 11 at offices of Johnson and Stead, Church st, Llanelly

at the Unicorn Tavern, Vivian rd, Roman rd. Hicks, Grove rd, Poole, George Read, St Mary Axe, Cigar Dealer. Aug 18 at 2 at Victoria Park

2 at offices of Beck, East India avenue, Leadenhall st Cook. Matthew. Gateshead. Durham, out of bnsiness. August 3 at Preston, George, Sheffield, Grocer. Aug 5 at 12 at offices of Rodgers 2 at offices of Aitchison, Collingwood st, Newcastle upon Tyne

and Co, Bank st, Sheffield Corder, John George, Lynton rd, Bermondsey, Coal Merchant, Prince, George, Leeds, Whitesmith. Aug 5 at 10.30 at Law Institute.

July 30 at 10 at offices of Bordman and Co, Victoria House, Albion pl, Albion st, Leeds. Cross, Bradford
Trinity st, Southwark

Pugmire, John Thomas, Hightown, nr Liverpool, Joiner. Aug 3 at 2
Crookhorn, Charles, Bradbury st, Kingsland, Cab Proprietor. at offices of Etty. Lord st, Liverpoel
Aug 9 at 2 at offices of Mackreth, New Broad st

Quince, Elizabeth, March, Cambridge, Farmer. Aug 5 at 12 at Crow, George, Canterbury, Carpenter. Aug 3 at 12 at offices of Chequers Inn, Ruston, Chatteris Mercer, High st, Canterbury

Ray, Henry, Upper Thames st, Engineer. Aug 4 at 2 at offices of Curtis, George, Ipswich, Suffolk, Grocer. Aug 4 at 11 at offices of Halse and Co, Cheapside Mills, Elm st, Ipswich

Robinson, Elijah, Leeds, Joiner. Aug 2 at 3 at offices of Dalton, Dand, Thomas, Teignmouth, Devon, Engineer. Aug 4 at 11 at Albion st, Leeds Bude Haveu Hotel, St Sidwell, Exeter. Hooper, Exeter

Salt, Frederick, Tunstall, Stafford, Solicitor. Aug 3 at 3 at offices of

Alcock, Market st, Tunstall Fellows, James Henry, Birmingham, Grocer. Aug 3 at 11 at offices

Simcock, James, Longport, Burslem, of Eaden, Bennett's-hill, Birmingham

Stafford, Wheelwright. Fitzpatrick, James, Southport, Lancaster, Grocer. Aug 5 at 3 at

Aug 2 at 3 at North Stafford Railway Hotel, Stoke-upon-Trent. offices of Threlfall, London st, Southport

Hollinshead, Tunstall Foster, Benjamin Edwin, Lansdowne rd, Clapham, out of busi

Skinner, Frederick William, Ide hill, nr Sevenoaks, Kent, out of ness. Aug 9 at 2 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Gray, Lud.

business. Aug 3 at 11 at Victory Inn, Sundridge, near Sevenoaks.

Gregory, Cannon st gate hill

Smith, Thomas William, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, Chemist. Aug 3 Froggatt, Eliza Howard, Walsall, Stafford, Grocer. Aug 3 at 11 at Queen's Hotel, Stephenson pl, Birmingham. Cramp

at 12 at offices of Kent, St Andrew's hall plain, Norwich

Steel, John, Willington, Warwick, Pig Dealer. Aug 9 at 11 at Frost, Edgar, Hornsey rd, Pastrycook. Ang 8 at 2 at Martin's

offices of Barkes, Moreton-in-the-Marsh lane, Cannon st. Hogan and Hughes

Thompson, Emma, Harriett Thompson, and Ellen Thompson, Gelson, William, Wolstanton, Suffolk. Earthenware Dealer.

Nottingham, Milliners. Aug 5 at 12 at offices of Parsons and Son, Aug 3 at 11 at offices of Challinor, Cheapside, Hanley

Wheelergate, Nottingham Gooder, Henry Hall, Accrington, Lancaster, Licensed Victualler.

Upfield, Matilda Mary Ann, Aldershot, Southampton, Butcher. Aug 10 at 3 at Adelphi Hotel, Avenue parade, Accrington. Aug 2 at 4 at offices of Foster, Victoria rd, Aldershot Sharples, Accrington

Waldron, Edward, Balsall Heath, Worcester, Barman. Aug 5 at 3 Goodwin, Sampson, Birmingham, Grocer. Aug 12 at 3 at offices of

at offices of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Dale and Vachell, Bennett's-hill, Birmingham

Webb, George Pike, of HM'sship Royal Adelaide, Devonport, Sick Gottschalk, Gustavus, Watling st, of no occupation, Aug 12 at 12

Bay Steward. Aug 8 at 11 at St Aubyn st, Devonport. Graves at offices of Lawrance and Co, Old Jewry chmbrs

Wilcoxon, Arthur, Queen Victoria st, Wholesale Cabinet Maker. Griffiths, Frederick Ezekiel, Llanelly, Carmarthen, Corn Merchant.

Aug 9 at 2 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham Bt. Montague, July 30 at 11 at offices of Howell, Stepney st, Llanelly

Bucklersbury Hainsworth, Joseph, and Samuel Hainsworth, Bradford, York, Williams, William, Bury, Lancaster, Watchmaker. Ang 4 at 3 at

Blacksmiths. Aug 4 at 3 at the Creditors' Association, Goodwin og and Partridge Inn, Fennell st, Manchester. Anderton and st, Bradford

Donnelly, Bury Halford, Henry, West Smethwick, Stafford, Coal Merchant. Aug Young, Charles Silvester, Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, Traveller. 11 at 11 at offices of Taylor, Colmore row, Birmingham

Aug 3 at 3 at offices of Duke, Temple row, Birmingham Hall, Robert, Bury, Lancaster, Joiner. Aug 3 at 3 at offices of

TUESDAY, July 26, 1881. Grundy, Union st, Bury

Abrahams, Lawrence, and George Lyon Abrahams, Brighton, Harris, John Rosser, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Grocer. Aug 3 at Tailors. Aug 8 at 3 at offices of Ladbury and Co, Cheapside. 12 at offices of Beddoe, Victoria st, Merthyr Tydfil

Myer, New Bridge st Hawkes, Samuel. Upper North st, Poplar, Baker. July 2

Allen, Mary, Leek, Stafford, Silk Manufacturer. Aug 8 at 2 at 49. Bromley st, Commercial rd East

offices of Hacker and Allen, St Edward st Henderson, Andrew, Nottingham, Upholsterer. Aug 5 at 3 at offices Bail, Alfred William, Edgware rd, Dairyman. Aug 6 at 12 at offices

Assembly Rooms, Low pavement, Nottingham. Clifton, Notting of Bristow Macmullen, Praed st ham

Barton, John Thomas, Wilton Park, Durham, Grocer, Aug 9 at 11.30 Hester, William, and Thomas John Hester, Bride court, Fleet st, at offices of Edgar, Silver st, Bishop Auckland

Printers' Brokers. Aug 4 at 11 at offices of Schultz and Son, Blake, John, Exminster, Devon, Smitli. Aug 8 at 3 at offices of South sg, Gray's inn

Fryer, Gandy st, Exeter Hickinbotham, Trussell, and Edmond Hickinbotham, Upper St. Botting, George, Billingshurst, Sussex, Grocer. Aug 9 at 3.30 at Martin's lane, Auctioneers. Aug 3 at 2.30 at offices of Graham, King's Head Hotel, Horsham. Medwin and Co, Horsham Chancery lane

Brett, Harry, Gresham st, Public Accountant. Aug 10 at 2 at Hill, George, Kirby Moorside, York, Draper. Aug 6 at 11 at North Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Rose-Innes and Co Eastern Hotel, Tanner row, York. Harrison, Kirby Moorside

Broadhead, William Henry, Bowling, Bradford, York, out of busi. Hill, William James Renwick, Birmingham, Gun Manufacturer. ness. Aug 8 at 11 at offices of Hutchinson and Son, Piccadilly, Aug 2 at 3 at offices of O'Connor, Bennett's hill, Birmingham

chmbrs, Piccadilly, Bradford Hind, Roger, Warrington, Lancaster, Engineer. Aug 9 at 3 at office Browning, John, Strand, Optician, Aug 11 at 2 at offices of of Davies and Co, Market pl, Warrington

Hughes and Co, Budge row Hird, Robert Smith, Bradford, Temperance Hotel Keeper. Ang 3 Chesterton, Thomas Henry, St Helen's, Lancaster, Tobacconist.

at 11 at offices of Hutchinson and Son, Piccadilly chbrs, Picca Aug 9 at 3 at offices of Riley, Hardshaw st, St Helens dilly, Bradford

Clarke, Henry Naylor, Kingston-upon-Hull, Bottle Merchant. Hoare, Henry, Clearwell Meend, nr Coleford, Gloucester, Collier. Aug 4 at 2 at offices of Pickering, Parliament st, Kingston-upon. Aug 10 at 3 at offices of Fryer, Coleford

Hull. Todd, Hull Holliday, John Nicholson, Sunderland, Engineer, Aug 3 at 11 at Cliffe, Charles, Gamston, Nottingham, Farmer. August 8 at 12.30 offices of Robinson, West Sunnyside, Sunderland

at offices of Marshall, Chapelgate, East Retford Hollings, John Crispin, Upper Mardlebone rd, Provision Merchant. Cliffe, Samuel, Everton, Nottingham, Farmer, August 8 at 11 at Aug 2 at 3 at offices of Harman, Chancery lane

offices of Marshall, Chapelgate, East Retford Hughes, William John, Halifax, Warehouse Clerk. Aug 3 at 3 at Coates, William, Chesenhale rd, Old Ford rd, Carpenter. August 17 Creditors Association, Southgate, Halifax

at 3 at offices of Cooper, Lincoln's inn fields Ivory, Henry Allsopp, Victoria park rd, Pianoforte Manufaɔturer. Coles, Frederick Augustus, Highbridge, Somerset, Coachbuilder, Aug 9 at 2 at Beyfus and Beyfus, Lincoln's inn fields

August 11 at 3 at the George Hotel, Highbridge. Broad, Jackson, Thomas, Bolton, Ironfounder. Aug 8 at 3 at offices of Hall, i

Burnham Acresfield, Bolton

Cook, John, Lever st, Saint Luke's, Boot Manufacturer. August 5 Jennings, James, Birmingham, Wine Merchant. Aug 5 at 12 at

at 3 at offices of Rawlings and Co, Railway Approach, London

Bridge, in lieu of the time and place originally named Acorn Hotel, Temple st, Birmingham. Hawkes and Weekes, Bir. mingham

Davies, Williams, Neston, Chester, Grocer. August 9 at 2 at offices

of Bremner and Co, Dale st, Liverpool Keen, Matthew, Leicester, Grocer. Aug 5 at 3 at offices of Buckby, Deane, James Augustus, Leek, Stafford, of no occupation. August Millstone lane, Leicester

9 at 2 at offices of Redfern and Son, Church lane, Leek Keene, John Williams, Langley, Worcester, Licensed Victualler.

Dickinson, John, Wigan, Lancaster, Licensed Victualler. August 8 Aug 2 at 12 at offices of Hartill, Birmingham st, Oldbury

at ll at offices of Wilson, King st, Wigan Lancashire, John, Farnham, Surrey, Railway Goods Manager. Dobbing, Thomas, Greatham, nr West Hartlepool, Durham, Grocer. Aug 9 at 12 at Board Room, Townhall, Farnham

August 9 at 11 at the Grey Horse Inn, Stockton on Tees. Lister, Joel, Sheffield, Cutlery Manufacturer, Aug 4 at 2 at the Law

Clayhills Society's Rooms, Aldine court, Highst, Sheffield. Allen, Fawkner, George, Congleton, Chester, Licensed Victualler. Sheffield

August 12 at 11 at the Old Cheshire Cheese Inn, High st, Congle. Longworth, Edward, Huddersfield, Woollen Manufacturer. Aug 11 ton. Garside and Co, Congleton at 11 at offices of Whitley, New st, Huddersfield

Feek, James, London rd, Butcher. August 2 at 3 at offices of Longworth, James, Huddersfield, Woollen Merchant. Aug 9 at 11 Wenn, King Edward st, Newgate st at Queen Hotel, Huddersfield. Whitley and Whitley, Hudders. Filmer, Edmund, Berners st, Upholster. August 15 at 12 at field

Buoklesbury, Young and Co, St Mildred's ct, Poultry

offices of Mol, Everton, Nottingte, East Retford August 8 at 12.30

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SCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA,

Garrett, William, Manchester, Theatrical Property Maker Aug 5 Rogers, John, Llanfair Dyffrynclwyd, Denbigh, Farmer. Aug 10

at 3 at the Blackfriars Hotel, Blackfriars st, Manchester. Hill, at 3 at offices of Louis and Edwards, Castle st, Ruthin Manchester

Rounds, Edward Stormont, Chester, Schoolmaster. Aug 9 at 4 at Gascoine, Edward Stanley, 168, Fleet st, Broker. Aug 11 at at at offices of Churton, Eastgate buildings, Chester offices of Armstrong and Lamb, Old Jewry

Russell, Albert, and William Butcher, Lewisham, Kent, Builders. Glendenning, John, Norwich, School Desk Manufacturer. Aug 8 at Aug 8 at 2 at offices of Dubois, Serjeants' inn, Chancery lane. 12 at offices of Burton, Queen st, Norwich. Blyth, Norwich

Selby, Cecil st, Strand Goldman, Marks, Swansea, Glamorgan, Jeweller. Aug 4 at 11 at Salkeld, Thomas Henry, Bishop Auckland, Commercial Traveller. offices of Evans and Davies, Wind st, Swansea

Aug 9 at 11 at the Queen's Hotel, Leeds. 'Maw jun, Bishop AuckGooding, Sampson, Chatham, Bootmaker. Aug 10 at 12 at offices land

of Clabon, Great George st, Westminster. Wood and McLellan, Smith, Harris, Cable st, St George's-in-the-East, Wholesale Clothier. Chatham

Aug 17 at 3 at offices of Brighten and Co, Bishopsgate st Without Graham, Francis Dixon, Birkenhead, Chester, Tallow Chandler. Smith, Ralph, jun, and Edgar Joyce, Amhurst rd, Hackney, Auc

Aug 9 at 11 at at offices of Bleakley and Downham, Hamilton sq, tioneers. Aug 15 at 2 at offices of Ingoldby and Buckley, Fins. Birkenhead

bury sa Grantham, William Wilkinson, Small Heath, Warwick, out of busi. Stock, William Ravenhill, Long Ashton, Somerset, Colonial Brir

ness. Aug 8 at 11 at offices of Barber, Colmore row, Birmingham Aug 8 at 12 at offices of Brittan and Co, Small st, Bristol Green, John Arthur, and John Canham, Regent st, Provision Mer Suter, John, Birmingham, out of business. Aug 5 at 3 at offices of

chants. Aug 10 at 2 at offices of Lewin and Co, Southampton st, Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham Strand

Sutter, Alexander, Chipping Norton, Draper. Aug 3 at 11 at Crown Griggs, George Adkins, Chatsworth rd, Clapton Park, Corn Dealer. Hotel, Chipping Norton. Wilkins, Ohipping Norton Aug 4 at 11 at offices of Harrison, Pancras lane, Queen st

Thomas, John, and Henry Pritchard, Llandudno, Carnarvon, Grove, Thomas, Maesteg. Glamorgan, Draper. Aug 3 at 3.30 at Builders. Aug 9 at 12 at Royal Hotel, Llandudno. Chamberlain, offices of Collins, Broad st, Bristol

Lladnudno Guilford, Thomas James, Bishopsgate Churchyard, Bishopsgate st, Tucker, Frederick Walter, Little Love lane. Commission Agent.

Licensed Victualler. Aug 19 at 2 at offices of Moore and Son, Aug 6 at 1 at offices of Dubois and Reid, Pancras lane, Queen st Crosby sq. Myers, Gresham buildings

Turnham, Henry, High Wycombe, Buckingham, Innk Gurnsey, Edward, Gillingham, Kent, Grocer. Aug 8 at 3 at Royal 6 at 11 at Coffee Tavern, Frgmoor Gardens, High Wycombe.

Crown Hotel, High st, Rochester, Knight, Serjeant's inn, Chan. Clarke, High Wycombe cery lane

Wallis, George, sen, Ken, Somerset, Farmer. Aug 8 at 12 at offices Harper, James, Horton, Bucks, no occupation, Aug 1 at 4 at office of Parsons, High st, Bristol. Woodforde, Clevedon of Webb, High st, Slough

Waterman, Mark, Southampton, Cutler. Aug 4 at 4 at offices of Hartz, William, Mark lane, Merchant. Aug 8 at 3 at 14, George st, Watts and Chamberlain, Albion pl, Southampton Mansion House. Hollams and Co, Mincing lane

Watkinson, Asa, Liverpool, Tobacconist. Aug 5 at 3 at offices of Haworth, James, Blackburn, Upholsterer, Aug 9 at 11 at Mitre Sheen, North John st, Liverpool. Blackhurst and Fretson, Liver. Hotel, Cathedral yd, Manchester. Stones, Blackburn

pool Haynes, Timothy, Birmingham, Boot Dealer. Aug 8 at 12 at office of Wheeler, Edwin, Beckenham, Builder. Aug 5 at 3 at offices of Hawkes and Weekes, Temple st, Birmingham

Blewitt and Tyler, Gracechurch st Herbert, Francis, Gloucester, Steam Laundryman. Aug 8 at 3 at

Wilson, Mary Ann, Walworth rd, Boot Dealer. Aug 10 at 11 at Bell Hotel, Gloucester. Taynton and Sons, Gloucester

office of Chalk, Finsbury circus Hey, Alfred, Blackpool, Cabinet Maker. Aug 8 at 3 at Station Hotel

Wood, Michael, Salford, Fish Salesman. Aug 8 at 3 at offices of Talbot rd, Blackpool. Wilkinson, Bradford

Garthwaite, Brazennose st, Manchester Hopkins, aoshua Joseph Mather, Bloxwich, Stafford, Awl Blade Wren, Henry, Quedgeley, Gloucester, Grocer. Aug 4 at 11 at offices Manufacturer. Aug 8 at 11 at offices of Baker. Bridge st, Wal.

of York, Berkeley st. Gloucester sall

Wright, William, Bootle, Lancaster, Grocer. Aug 5 at 2.30 at offices Hopper, William, Rochester, Builder. Aug 11 at 11.30 at offices of

of Lumb, Dale st, Liverpool Mann, Hamond pl, Chatham

Young, William, Newcastle-upon-Type, Brushmaker. Aug 2 at 3 at Horn, John, Stoop House, nr Pennithorne, York, Farmer. Ang 5 at offices of Sewell, Grey st, Newcastle upon Tyne

10 at offices of Topham and Groves, Leyburn. Waistell, Northallerton Hutchison, John, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Pawnbroker. Av g 10 at 2 at offices of Joel, Newgate st, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Anti-Dyspeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder. Johnston, George Gordon, West Ferry rd, Milwall. Licensed Victualler. Aug 15 at 2 at offices of Leyton and Co, Budge row

Guaranteed Pure Soluble Cocoa of the Finest Quality, with the Joseph Louis, Nelson sq, Blackfriars, Feather Manufacturer. Aug

excess of fat extracted. 10 at 3 at offices of Lee, Gresham blge, Basinghall st

The Faculty pronounce it "the most nutritious, perfectly digestible

De verage for Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper, and invaluable for Kent, George, Lather Brush, near Bishop Auckland, Innkeeper.

Ir valids and Children." Aug 10 at 11 30 at offices of Edgar, Silver st, Bishop Auckland

Highly commended by the entire Medles IPress. Knowles, Richard, Thornhill, York, Butcher. Aug 9 at 8 at offices

Being without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it spits all palates, of Scholefield and Son, Wellington rd, Dewsbury

jeeps better in all climates, and is four times the strength of cocoas Lewis, Arthur, Monmouth, Grocer. Aug 8 at 2 at offices of Wil TRICKENED yet WBAKENED with starch, &c., and in REALITY CHLAPES liams, Monmouth

chan such Mixtures. Lusty, George, Bedminster, Bristol, Retail Hatter. Aug 10 at 12

Made instantaneously with boiling water, a teaspoonful to a Break. at offices of Phillips, Small st, Bristol. Wansbrough, Bristol tast Oup, coating less than a halfpenny. Mackie, John, Birmingham, Boot and Shoe Maker. Aug 6 at 3 at COCOATINA A LA VANILLE is the most delicate, digestible, cheapest offices of Wright and Marshall, New st, Birmingham

Manilla Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is pro. Major, William, Cotton Broker.' Aug 16 at 2 at offices of Gill and hibited. Archer, Cook st, Liverpool

In tin packets at 18. 60., 38., 5s. 6d., &c., by Chemists and Grocer, Marriott. Thomas William, Sneinton, Dentist. Aug 9 at 11.30 at

Charities on Special Terms by the Sole Proprietors, offices of Webster, Brougham chambers, Wheeler gate, Notting

H. SCHWEITZER & CO., 10, Adam-street, London, W.C. ham Mills, Alexander Frederick, King's rd, Chelsea, Pianoforte Mann

facturer. Aug 10 at 2 at Guildhall tavern, Gresham st. Saxelby and Faulkner, Ironmonger lane Milton, John, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Photographer. Aug 6 at 11 is Prepared

at offices of Griffith, Lad lane, Newcastle-under-Lyme Mirande, Alfred, Rathbone pl, Oxford st, Decorator, Aug 5 at 3 at

191, Fleet st Fisher, Finsbury pavement Naylor, Joseph, Blackpool, Lancaster, Lodging house keeper. Aug 8

ai 3 at offices of Blackhurst, Lytham st, Blackpool
Palmer, Adam Fitch, and George Sussum Wisbey, Burlington
arcade. Hosiers. Aug 8 at 12 at offices of Plunkett and Leader, St cpen sound in any climate. THE MOST DELICATE

Paul's churchyard
Pass, Richard, Rochdale, Lancaster, Maker of Spindles. Ang

2.30 at offices of Brierley, Batt's avenue, Rochdale
Poole, William, Hereford, Timber Merchant. Aug 8 at 1 at Bell

WORLD. Hotel, Gloucester. Williams and Co, Newport Powell, George, Richmond, Surrey, Upholsterer. Aug 12 at 2 at | IT IS AT ONCE PALATABLE. ELEGANT Mason's Hall Tavern, Mason's avenue, Coleman st. Ashley and Co, Frederick's pl, old Jewry

INVIGORATING, AND SUSTAINING Powell, William, Smethwick, Stafford, Haulier. Aug 6 at 11 at office 6g. per Dozen Hall-Bottles: Sis Dozen Bottles and Case, 368.

of Wright and Co. Church st, Oldbury Prax, Joseph, Manchester, Tailor. Aug 5 at 3 at offices of Sampson,

Of Chemists, Wine Merchants, and Grooers. South King st, Manchester

Descriptive Pampblet and numerous Testimonials sent free Proud, Thomas, Bishop Auckland, Leather Seller. Aug 9 at 3 at

by post, offices of Edgar, Silver st. Bishop's Auckland

PACKHAM & Co., CROYDON.
Pyne, John Henry, Croydon, Surrey, Stationer. Aug 17 at 2 at

Guildhall Coffeehouse, Gresham st. Parry
Raddon, Joseph Nosworthy, Warwick, Builder. A t 11 at offices

DAMPTON & SONS make NO CHARGE for Boddington, High st, Warwick

inserting particulars in their FREE MONTHLY REGISTER Roberts, Henry, Carnarvon, Ship Chandler, Aug 5 at 2 at the I of ESTATES, TOWN and COUNTRY HOUSES, Furnished or Queen's Hotel, Chester. Rees, Carnarvon

Unfurnished, or for Sale to be had GRATIS at their Omces, Roberts, John Cwmyrafar, Llanbedr, Merioneth, Farmer. Aug 9 post-free for two stamps. Published on the 1st of the month,

at 1 at the Commercial Hotel, Portmadoc. Jones and Jones, Port, particulars for insertion should be sent not later than five way madoc

previous to end of preceding month. Rodman, Stephen Hook, Bury, Huntingdon, Licensed Victualler. Valuations for Probate and Transfer Surveys. Aug 5 at 12 at offices of Hart, Priestgate, Peterborough

Estate and Auction Offices, 8, Pall Mall East, S.W.

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recently expressed, that no such general authority can be delegated to the Chief Clerks.

CONTENTS.

752

MUCH INCONVENIENCE has been caused of lato by the unpunctuality of certain judges of the Chancery Division in attending at chambers. When it is announced that a learned judge will be at his chambers at three o'clock, it is not to the advantage of the prac. titioners who have summonses on the list that he should continue to sit in court until four o'clock. Counsel and solicitors are kept idle during the hour or more of waiting, which of itselt is a considerable grievance ; but a still greater is the fact that the time for transaction of the chamber business is seriously curtailed.

CURRENT TOPICS ........... ............................... 793
SECOND MORTGAGES BY CLIENTS TO SOLICITORS .............. 751
TRADING BY AN EXECUTOR.........
RECENT DECISIONS ......

..... ............. 753
REVIEWS .................. .... . ... ........... ..........
CORRESPONDENCE
CASES OF THE WEEK-

Cockburn v. Edwards....
In re The Silver Valley Mining Company ..
Walter v. Head.......................*
Sephton v. Quillian.......................................... 757
Hawkes v. Holland ........................................ 757
Re Greaves, deceased ; Bray v. Tofield ...................... 757
Re Great Wheal Polgooth Company (Limited)...
In re The Anglo-French Union Bank (Limited) ..
In re Parrott's Trusts ......
Dickson Poynder v. Cook ...

758 SOLICITORS' CASES .....................................

758 SOCIETIES .......

759 NEW ORDERS .....

760 LEGAL APPOINTMENTS COMPANIES ....................................................

762 OBITUARY .................................................... 705 CREDITORS' CLAIMS ............................................ 764 LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK .................................... 701 COURT PAPERS ................................................ 700 LONDON GAZETTES, &C., &c.............................

............... 765

762

THE ATTENTION of practitioners should be directed to the amending order, which we print elsewhere, as to fees and percentages to be taken in the Supreme Court by means of stamps. The principal feature of this order consists in a direction that certain fees shall only be paid by means of impressed stamps, and not by adhesive stamps. The documents which are required to be stamped by impressed stamps are (1) all writs of summons for the commencement of an action ; (2) the præcipe on sealing concurrent, renewed, or amended writs; (3) judgments or decrees or decretal orders, whether on the original hearing of a cause or on further consideration, including causes commenced by summons at chambers, and orders on the hearing of a special case or petition, and orders by the Appeal Court; (4) peti. tions; (5) petitions for orders of course; (6) orders of course on petitions of right; (?) orders for a commission on a petition of right; (8) judges' fiats; (9) certificates on a reference to a master ; (10) recognizances and bail pieces; (11) commitments; (12) applications to produce judges' notes, and (13) transcripts of the Chancery Paymaster's accounts.

...... 842

CASES REPORTED IN THE WEEKLY REPORTER.
Banner v. Berridge (Ch.Div. Kay, J.) .......................... 844
Benbow v. Low. Low v. Benbow (Ch.Diy. V.C.B.) ............ 837
Daw v. Rooke. Rooke y. Nisbet (Ch.Div. Kay, J.) ...
Great Western Railway Company v. Waterford and Limerick

Railway Company (App.) ................................... 826
Emden v. Carte (Ch.Div. Fry, J.) ............................ 810
Hardy, In re. Wells v. Barwick (Ch.Div. V.C.M.) ............

834
Honck v. Muller (App.).........
Midland Counties Insurance Company v. Smith (Q.B.Div.) .... 850
Royal Society of London to Thompson (V.C.H.)................ 838
Whitmore v. Farley (App.) ..........

.................. 825

.. 830

IT APPEARS probable, from the Attorney-General's

statement in the House of Commons a few days ago, that CURRENT TOPICS.

the patronage clause of the Judicature Bill will be withdrawn. The Lord Chancellor has confessed that the

matter has occasioned him great perplexity, and it ALL THE COURTS at Lincoln's-inn will rise for the

is to be hoped that before another session a more Long Vacation tbis day (Saturday).

satisfactory scheme may be devised for dealing with this important question. The long-delayed return,

showing the amount of patronage now theoretically LORD JUSTICE Lush is making favourable progress vested in the three common law chiefs has been issued, towards recovery, and hopes to be able to leave town in and it shows that the existing patronage relates to the course of a week.

eighteen masterships, with salaries varying from £2,000 in the cases of the senior master (who is also Queen's

Remembrancer), and the master who acts as registrar of THE VACATION NOTICE, which we publish elsewhere, judgments, down to £1,200. The patronage also at and which is now for the first time promulgated, leaves present includes 93 clerkships in the Central Officeunnamed the vacation judges, for the reasons which we viz., 17 first-class clerks, 42 second-class clerks, and 34 have previously stated. Of course, unless and until some third-class clerks, with salaries varying from £600 down to change is made in the judges of the High Court, Mr. $100. It is clear that this amount of patronage is not a Justice Cave and Mr. Justice Kay will divide the vaca matter to be dealt with hastily at the fag end of a session. tion work between them.

The efficiency of the Central Office is a matter of vital concern to the public, and this is in no small degree

dependent on the decision which may be arrived at as to IT SHOULD BE OBSERVED that the clause hitherto con the patronage. tained in vacation notices, enabling the Chief Clerks to give leave to parties to give short or other special notice of motion, has this year been omitted, in deference, we WE OBSERVE that, in clause 14, the Judicature Bill believe, to the opinion of the Master of the Rolls, I speaks of “the Act of the sixth and seventh years of her Majesty, chapter eighteen." In the Representa.) should lead to hastening the day when this awkwardly tion of the People Act, 1867 (30 & 31 Vict. c. 102, s. styled division shall be "reduced," 80 much the 34), we read of the Act of the sixth Victoria, chapter better. That it ought to be merged in the Chancery eighteen"; but in the Parliamentary Electors Registra Division without delay is abundantly clear. The next tion Act, 1368 (31 & 32 Vict. c. 58), the full expression amendment is a new substantive clause. It provides “ Act passed in the session of the sixth and seventh that “in any case of urgency arising during the absence years of the reign of her present Majesty, chapter from illness or any other cause, any one judge of the eighteen, intituled, 'An Act to, &c.,'” is used. The drafts High Court who may consent to do so may officiate for man of the Parliamentary and Municipal Registration any other in hearing any application for an injunction Act, 1878 (41 & 42 Vict. c. 26), has directed that the | or other interlocutory order." Upon this the only reActs referred to in that Act by short titles, “may be mark we have to make is, that it is so desirable a procited for all purposes by those titles respectively," and vision that it may very well be extended, so as to allow also that the term “Parliamentary Registration Act, the substituted judge to act for his brother to any 1843," “means the Act of the session of the sixth and extent, and in hearing any kind of application. It seventh years of the reign of her present Majesty, might be inconvenient that the interlocutory order chapter eighteen." We may hope, therefore, that some should be made by the deputy, and the final hearing friendly amending hand may read this very proper take place before the principal. The third amendment “short title " into the Judicature Bill. But in cases is obviously a desirable one. It provides (clause 13) where there is no statutory short title, what is the proper that an election judge may continue the hearing of a yearly numeration of an Act of Parliament? We believe petition or other pending matter although his year of the rule to be this. If the Act passes before the anniver- office may have run out. The amendment is, we believe, sary of the accession of the Sovereign, it has a single suggested by the curious facts of a Worcester election number; if after, it has the double number. The present petition some fifteen months ago, in which the then Mr. Sovereign ascended the throne on the 20th of June. Justice LUSH was sitting as election judge beyond his year, The Parliamentary Registration Act, 1843, receiving but it so happened that the awkward legal point as to the Royal assent on the 31st of May, was rightly called, whether he had jurisdiction or not to give judg. when first issued by the Queen's printers, 6 Vict. c. 18, ment, never came to be argued. This amendment sugfor it was not certain at that time that the gests the question whether it would not be well to apply session would extend beyond the 20th of June. to all judges and all cases that provision of section 60 of When, however, the session has overlapped that day, | 15 & 16 Vict. c. 80, by which a retiring Lord Chancellor how ought the Act which passed before it to be printed or is enabled to give judgment within six weeks after hisdescribed ? Here the practice is diversified. The statutes retirement. The next amendment is a well-meant themselves, as we have seen, sometimes follow one mode attempt to remedy the defect in the present constitution of citation, sometimes another. The Statute Law Re- of the Court for Crown Cases Reserved, to which we visers print the double year in the Chronological Table recently drew attention in connection with this Bill, by of the Statutes irrespective of the precise date at which reason of the requirement of section 47 of the Act of an Act was passed. The text-books and the Law Reports 1873, that the Lord Chief Justice of England shall Digest appear usually to number each Act as numbered always be a member of that court. A new clause (16) at first, singly or doubly as the case may be, and so does now provides that the Lord Chief Justice shall always be the Law Reports' edition of the Statutes, but so do not one of the judges " unless by writing under his hand, or the Queen's printers themselves (in the headings to each by the certificate in writing of his medical attendant, it page) when they come to issue a whole volume of shall appear that he is prevented by illness or otherwise statutes. There is something to be said for each mode of from being present," in which caso “ the presence of the numeration. If the single year is retained, we get a mode said Lord Chief Justice shall not be necessary." That of fixing the date-i.e., we know that the Act was passed the Lord Chief Justice should be present if possible is in before the date of the accession of the Sovereign. accordonce with sound judicial traditions. He is the On the other hand, the single employment of the chief criminal judge of England, and bis attendance is two years (6 & 7) for both sets of statutes obviates peculiarly desirable. But is it not a mistake to define the necessity for the double search in an index. Clearly so precisely the grounds on which he may be absent? the most convenient mode is to drop the "year of the As the clause now stands, & court constituted Queen" altogether and to describe by the year of the without him has no jurisdiction in law unless all its concalendar, as was recommended by the Select Committee ditions are satisfied. To leave it as it is might give rise on Acts of Parliament many years ago, giving every Act to " error,” and we should think a directory clause, such a statutory short title. We have got considerably beyond as “ It shall be the duty of the Lord Chief Justice," &C.,, such descriptions as “thacte of Parliament or statute would satisfy the necessities of the case. Or perhaps it made in the fyve and twenty yere of the reigne of the might be enough simply to put the two senior puisnes of most noble Kinge of famous memorye, King Edwarde the Queen's Bench Division in the place of the two Thirde" (1 M. St. 1, c. 1, s. 2), or “the statute made in extinguished chiefs. the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster the fourth daye of November in the thyrd yere of the raigne of our late Sovraigne lord, Kynge Edwarde the Sixt" (13

ANOTHER AMENDMENT (clause 24), reciting that there Eliz. c. 6); but it is plain that our modern mode of de- 1 is no power to appoint as district registrars persons scribing Acts of Parliament still leaves much to be

other than those designated by the existing Judidesired.

cature Acts—that is (see section 60 of the Act of

1873), registrars of county courts, or local courts, EXCLUSIVE OF the provisions relating to the Court of or prothonotaries-enacts that whenever “it shall Appeal, the disposal of patronage, and the formal inter- appear to the Lord Chancellor, with the concurrence of lineations as to salaries and pensions, the Judicature Bill, as the Treasury, that from the nature and amount of the brought from the House of Lords on the 25th of last month, business to be transacted it is expedient that the office appears to contain five amendments. These may all be should be conferred upon a person not so qualified as described as of a minor character, but it may be as well aforesaid, it shall be lawful for the Lord Chancellor, to note them in their first inception. The first amend- | with the concurrence of the Treasury, to appoint to such ment merely provides that the President of the Probate, office any barrister-at-law of not less than five years &c., Division “shall not be entitled to any precedence over standing, or any solicitor of the Supreme Court of no any existing judge to which he would not have been less than five years' standing." We note the absence of entitled as a judge of the Supreme Court of Judicature the ordinary requirement, that the barristers or solicitors if ihis Act had not passed.” If this clause, as amended, | in question should be " in actual practice," but as it is

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