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the purposes of an action to set aside a post-nuptial settle out the company solicited him on the 31st of March last to allow ment made by the late secretary upon his wife, which his name to be used as an applicant for a few shares in the settlement, it was believed, comprised funds belonging to company, as the number of sbares already subscribed for the company. It appeared that the company was ordered was not sufficient to enable the company to obtain to be wound up on the 7th of September, when a pro a settlement on the London Stock Exchange, and that the visional liquidator was appointed, and it was stated that promoters also assured him that the number they required an application was on the point of being made in chambers bim to take would be very small, and handed him a printed for the appointment of an official liquidator. KAY, J., application for sbares. This document was, according to declined to make the order asked for until after the the statement of the plaintiff, signed by him in blank and appointment of the official liquidator.

returned to the promoters, it being at the time distinctly understood that the number of shares to be allotted to the plaintiff were not to exceed fifty." The plaintiff also stated

that he never received any notification of allotment, nor CONTEMPT OF COURT-LEGAL ACT-DISMISSAL OF WIT. | paid any money in respect of any shares, nor received any NESS FROM DEFENDANTS' SERVICE-FORM OF UNDERTAKING. | intimation from the company until the 16th of August last, - In the case of Bowden v. The Oniversities Co-operative when he received a notice from the company reminding him Association, also belore Kay, J., on the 30th ult., a deben that he had subscribed for, and had had allotted bim, 1,275 ture-holder of the association had brought an action to restrain shares, and making a call upon him of five shillings in the manager and otber officials of the association from respect of each sbare. The secretary of the company, how. selling goods except to customers in the ordinary way of ever, stated that an application purporting to be signed by business, and had on the 14th of September moved the the plaintiff was received for 1,500 shares, and a deposit of court for an interim order in that behalf, but the motion was £75 paid through its bankers to the company and a proper then ordered to stand over until the trial of the action upon notice of allotment, allotting 1,275 instead of the 1,500 an undertaking being given on behalf of the association not shares, was sent by the company to the plaintiff by to in the meanwhilo act in the manner complained of. post in the ordinary way of business. KAY, J., An affidavit was sworn by one of the employés of the associa. said that he did not consider himself at liberty to tion, named Patman, in support of the plaintiff's motion. remove the plaintiff's name from the register of the company. Shortly afterwards Patman received from the general By the plaintiff's own affidavit it was stated that he had manager of the association & letter as follows:-“It authorized the promoters of the company to fill in on a blank baving come to my knowledge that you have form of application, signed by him, such a number of shares sworn an affidavit against the association (your em as should be neoessary to make up the number requisite for ployers), I am compelled to at once suspend you from a settlement on the Stock Exchange. The plaintiff alleged your duties pending the decision of the directors, and I beg that it was distinctly understood that the number was to be you to leave the premises at once, and I will communicate a small one. His lordship had heard learned judges say with you in a few days.” The general manager also told that the phrase “distinctly understood” meant that no Patman, that, in consequence of his affidavit, a son of Pat. agreement wbatever had been made. There was also man who was also an employé in the establishment, would the authority of Dunlop v. Higgins (1 H. L. 0. 381) be dismissed. It was stated that other employés of the for declining to admit the statement of the plaintifi association were afraid to give evidence for fear of dismissal, that the letter posted to aim was not received by him; and the plaintiff under these circumstances moved the court for it was held in that case that a contract entered for committal of the general manager to prison for con. into in the ordinary way of business by post was completed tempt of court. It was argued against the motion that the by the posting of the letter accepting the contract, and for gentleman whose conduct was being complained of this reason his lordship must hold that the balance of had only acted within his strict legal right of dismissing evidence was in the company's favour, and tbat the letter & servant, and could not be punished for doing that i was posted. It must also be taken into consideration that which he had a legal right to do, and it was also con. the person who was now endeavouring to escape liability tended that the authorities showed no instance of a commit. had incurred it for the sake of inducing persons to subscriba tal for contempt unless the act complained of was one in itself to the company. The motion must be dismissed with costs. illegal. Kay, J., said that be was of opinion that the illegality -SOLICITORS, A. Holland; Harrisons. of the act done or threatened was not an element in a case of contempt. All that had to be considered was, Did the act complained of interfere with the course of justice? or, as well, Did it interfere with the freedom of a witness's evidence ? On his part he could not conceive & graver of

At Bow-street, on Saturday last, Charles Burwood, a fence against a court of justice than to endeavour to exer.

clerk, was charged on a warrant with embezzling the sam of cise a power, legal or illegal, in order to punish a witness

£165, received for and on account of bis employers, Messrs. for giving evidence, or to intimidate him from giving

Warry & Co., solicitors. The money was paid on July 22 evidence, or to induce him to pervert evidence. A grave and

to the prisoner in Bank of England notes, by Mr. John Green flagrant contempt had been perpetrated, and he would not

Hine, of Bruce-grove, to complete a purchase. The prisoner hesitate to commit the offender to prison for such an

had no authority to receive any money, a cashier being endeavour to obstruct the course of justice unless an under

appointed for that purpose. The sum mentioned in the taking were given by him to withdraw the suspension of

charge had not been accounted for, but a sum of £50, paid Patman, and not to discharge or suspend, or threaten to

by the same gentleman to the prisoner on the same day, discharge or suspend, or otherwise injore any officer or ser.

bad been duly handed to the cashier. Mr. Lucas, a member vant of the association, either because he had given or be

of the firm of Messrs. Warry & Co., stated that a few cause he intended to give evidence in the action; and also

days after the money was paid the prisoner did not come the offender must pay the costs of the motion. The under

to the office, excusing himself on the ground of illness taking was given.-SOLICITORS, G. Blagden; S. G. Turner.

He never attended again after Bank Holiday, August 2, and the embezzlement being subsequently discovered, a warrant was applied for and issued for bis arrest. The

warrant was executed by Detective-Sergeant Reader, of the COMPANY-ALLOTMENT OF SHARES-NOTICE OF ALLOT| E Division, and in reply to the charge the prisoner said, MENT SENT BY POST BUT NOT RECEIVED.-In the case of “ I have been in great trouble lately, and have lost all Maclay v. Carta Para Gold Mining Company (Limited), my ideas. I did not embezzle the money." He asked if before Kay, J., on the 5th inst., sitting as Vacation he would be admitted to bail, as, if so, he could get the Judge, a motion was made to restrain the company from money together, having lent $100 to a man in the Tricalling for or enforcing payment of any sum by way falgar-road which bad not been repaid. An I 0 U for of allotment, or other money alleged to be payable in that amount was found in his possession. The person to respect of the shares alleged to be entered in the name whom the money was advanced was, bowever, called and of the plaintiff in the books of the company, and ask | proved that the loan had been repaid. Mr. Cburchley ing that the name of the plaintiff might be expunged from applied for bail, but upon its being stated that the the list of shareholders. It appeared that the company was prisoner had contracted a loan of £50 since he had been la incorporated on the 18th of March last, and the plaintiff by | custody, Mr. Flowers declined to entertain the appl his affidavit stated that a firm of promoters who brought I cation.




BRISTOL INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY. The Right Hon. Sir John Burgess Karslake, Q.C., died at At the annual meeting of this society, held last week, bis residence, 7, Chester-square, on the 4th inst., after a long after the routine business was disposed of, a long and illness, aged sixty. The deceased was the second son of the animated discussion took place on the subject of charging late Mr. Henry Karslake, solicitor, of Regent-street (his solicitors' and auctioneers' fees to parchasers on sales of mother having been a daughter of Mr. Richard Preston, property by publio auction, as referred to in the report of Q.C., the well-known real property lawyer), and he was the council of the society, published by us last week. The brother to Mr. Edward Kent Karslake, Q.0. He was born practice in question appeared to be general throughout in 1821, and was educated at Harrow. He was in the first Somerset, Devon, and Cornwall, varying, however, in instance articled to his father, but be subsequently entered different places between ap unlimited percentage scale and at the Middle Temple, where he was called to the bar in a fixed amount of (not exceeding) two guineas or so per lot, Hilary Term, 1846, and he joined the Western Circuit, and

acoording to its value. Ultimately, however, & resolution the Devonshire, Exeter, Plymouth, and Devonport Sessions. | was passed to the effect that, in the opinion of the meeting, He speedily obtained a good criminal practice at the assizes the time had arrived for a reconsideration of the matter, and sessions, and steadily acquired nisi prius business, both and that an adjournment should take place for the parpose on circuit and in London. In 1861 he obtained a silk gown,

of the council canvassing the local solicitors as to their and he speedily worked his way to a leading position,

agreeing to forego their fees in the matter, and reporting to and for several years shared with the present Lord

a future meeting of the profession. Mr. A. Cox was elected Coleridge the leadership of the Western Circuit. In

president, and Messrs. J. Miller and Harwood viceNovember, 1866, on Sir William Bovill becoming

presidents, for the ensuing year. Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, the office of Solicitor-General was given to Mr. Karslake, who up to that time had never sought a seat in Parliament. He was

SUSSEX LAW SOCIETY. afterwards elected M.P. for Andover without opposition, and he received the honour of knighthood about the same

The following arrangements have been made for the visit. time. In July, 1867, he succeeded the late Sir John Rolt as

of the Incorporated Law Society to Brighton on Tuesday and Attorney-General, and he held that office till the retirement

Wednesday next. of his party in December, 1868. His term of office was a

The business meetings will take place in the Music Room very laborious one, since be had to assist in the passing of / of the Royal Pavilion, the Reform Bill, tbe Boundary Bill, and the Trial of Elections

PROCEEDINGS. Bill, and he also introduced a Bankruptcy Bill, which was withdrawn in consequence of the pressure of ocher measures.

Tuesday, October 11, 1881. He had the conduct of the Fenian prosecutions at Manches 11 a.m.-The members will be welcomed by the Mayor of ter, in 1867, and of the prosecntion arising out of the Clerk. | Brighton. The chair will then be taken by the president enwell outrage, in the same year, in botb of which cases he (Mr. Charles Claridge Druce). led for the prosecution. He was very successful as a parlia 11 a.m. to 1.30 p.m-President's Address; Reading and mentary debater, and rendered most valuable service to his Discussion of Papers. party. At the general election of 1868 he contested the : 1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m.- Adjournment for lunch in the city of Exeter in conjunction with Mr. Arthur Mills, Banqueting Room of the Pavilion. and in opposition to Sir John Coleridge and Mr. Edgar 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.-Reading and Discussion of Bowring, but he was defeated by a very slight majority, Papers. and lie remained out of Parliament for nearly five years. 6.30 p.m.-Dinner given by the Sussex Law Society, In the meantime he bad become one of the acknowledged in the Dome. Mr. J. W. Howlett (the president) in the leaders of the common law bar, and there were few heavy cbair. actions in which he was not retained. He was a finished NOTE.-Tickets of admission to the balcony of the Dome speaker, often rising to eloquence, and was possessed of great during the dinner will be issued to the lady friends of tact and humour. Among the important cases in which he members applying for the same. was engaged were the Windham lunacy case and the Alexandra case. He was retained for the plaintiff in Tich

Wednesday, October 12, 1881. borne v. Lushington, but he declined to accept a brief at the 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.-Meeting of the Solicitor's Benevolent trial. In 1873 he became a candidate for the borough of Association, in the Musio Room. Huntingdon, and defeated Mr. Arthur Arnold by a large 11a.m, to 1.30 p.m.-Law Society's Adjourned Meeting ;majority. At the general election in the following February Reading and Discussion of Papers. he was returned without opposition, and immediately after 1 1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m.-Adjournment for Lunch. wards he was appointed Attorney-General in the new Con. 2.30p.m. to 4.30 p.m.-Reading and Discussion of servative Government, but he only held the office for two | Papers. months, finding his strength unequal to the combined 9.30 p.m.-Ball and Conversazione in the Pavilion, pressure of official and private business. His practice Picture Gallery, and Museum. The Ball will be in the was at this time so extensive that it is said he was often en Pavilion, for which the whole site of rooms will be open, gaged all night in reading briefs. Unfortunately failing including Card and Smoking Rooms. The Conversaziono eyesight compelled bim to retire from professional life. By will be in the Picture Gallery and Museum. There is an degrees he became totally blind, and in February, 1876, he

underground communication between the buildings by finally retired from Parliament, receiving the honour of an

which guests can pass to and fro. The entrance will be at appointment as a Privy Councillor. Sir J. Karslake was a the Pavilion only. man of most kind and generous disposition, and was much beloved by a large circle of professional and other friends.

Thursday, October 13, 1881. Sir J. Karslake was a bencher of the Middle Temple, of

1 10.15 a.m., Excursion to Arundel by Rail.-By the kin which society he was treasurer in 1873. He was upmarried.

permission of His Grace the Dake of Norfolk, the celebrated historical Castle of Arundel, and its grounds will be specially opened to the visitors. The company will leave

the Brighton Railway Station by a train starting at 10.15 The following dates have been fixed by Mr. Justice a.m., and due at Arundel at 11.20. After inspecting the Mathew for holding tbe autumn assizes on the Midland castle and grounds, the interesting parish church and the Circuit, pamely :-For the combined counties of Bucking noble Roman Catholio Catbedral will be visited. Luncbeon ham, Bedford, and Northampton--at Bedford, on Tuesday, will be provided at the Norfolk Arms Hotel ; after which October 25; for Leicester, Derby, and Rntland-at Leicester, it is hoped there will be time for a stroll in the extensive on Monday, October 31; for Nottingham and Lincoln-at and beautiful park, The return train will leave Arundel Nottingham, on Monday, November 7 ; and at Warwick, on Station at 4.5 p.m. Monday, November 14.

10.30 a.m., Excursion to Eastbourne.--This excursion. can be made either by sea or railway. A steamer bridge, where he graduated in the first class of the classical specially engaged for the occasion will leave the Brighton tripos in 1851, aud he was called to the bar at Gray's-ion in West Pier at 10.30 a.m., arriving at Eastbourne about 1 Trinity Term, 1855. He has been for several years a Queen's p.m. The voyage will afford a view of the Chalk Cliffs to Counsel for the colony of Victoria. the east of Brighton, the important harbour of New. Mr. CHARLES CECIL TREVOR, barrister, has been aphaven, and the colossal works now in progress there, the pointed a British Delegate at the International Conference ancient Cinque Port town of Seaford, and the bold pro. at the Hague, on the North Sea Fishery Regulations. Mr. montory of Beaoby Head. The railway journey may be Trevor is the son of the late Mr. Charles Trevor, nany made by trains leaving Brighton at 9.42, 10.55, or years Controller of Legacy and Succession Duties. He 11.35 a.m. Luncheon will be provided at the Queen's was educated at St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, where Hotel, Eastbourne, about 1.30 p.m. The steamer will leave be graduated as a junior optime in 1852. He was called to Eastbourne on the return voyage at 4.30 p.m., arriving at the bar at Lincoln's-inu in Easter Term, 1855, and he Brighton about 7 p.m. The return trains are at 4.40, 5.30, formerly practised in the Court of Chancery. He was ap7.25, and others up to 9.30 p.m., the journey occupying pointed assistant secretary to the Harbour Department of the a litile over an hour. To provide for the case of unfavour | Board of Trade in 1866. able weather for the sea voyage, the tickets for Eastbourne will be available for either steamer or railway. Free tickets for the excursions will be confined to members of the In

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. corporated Law Society, and of the Sussex Law Society, but THOMAS WILDMAN BARKER and Joseph DEVONSHER ladies' ticket, covering the journey and luncheon, may be | CLARKE (Barker & Clarke), solicitors and conveyancers, obtained by any member on payment of 10s. for each ticket. Southport. September 12. Tickets for each excursion must be applied for before three

[Gazette, September 30, 1881.] o'clock on Tuesday, 11th of October. Application for excursion tickets may be made either by letter before the meeting (this preferred), or to the clerk in attendance at the Pavilion, on Tuesday, the 11th, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free passes to the Aquarium for the whole of the three

days may be obtained by members of the Pavilion at any
time from 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., on the 11th and 12th.

Tuesday, October 11, 1881.

The proceedings will commence with the president's ad.

LIMITED IN CHANCERY. dreng, after which the following papers will be read in their GENERAL MINERAL WATER SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.-Peti. order :

tion for winding up, presented Sept 29, directed to be heard Bankruptcy, and the Broad Principles to Regulate the

before the Vacation Judge, at the court of the M.R.. on Oct 12.

Hare, Pinner's ct, Old Broad st, solicitor for the petitioners Relations of Debtor and Creditor.-Mr. Bernard Wake,

HAVEN GOLD MIXING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding Sheffield.

up, presented Sept 24, directed to be heard before the Vacation Remarks on the Anti-Settlements (Land) Agitation.-Mr.

Judge, at the court of Chitty, J, Rolls yd, Chancery lane, on Oct Alfred Bell, London,

19. Beall and Co, Queen Victoria st, solicitors for the petitioners

LLAY HALL COAL, IRON, AND FIREBRICK COMPANY, LIMITED.-By Land Tenure and Division in Brighton and Neighbourbood. an order made by Kay, J, dated Sept 21, it was ordered that the -Mr. F. E. Sawyer, Brighton.

voluntary winding up of the above company be continned. The Simplification of Conveyancing Effected by Lord

Davidson and Morriss, Queen Victoria st, solicitors for the peti

tioner Cairns' Act.—Mr. J. S. Rubenstein, London.

PATENT AUTOMATIC KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY, LIMITED.-By Bills of Sale : Their Fraudulent Character and Pernicious an order made by Kay, J, dated Sept 7, it was ordered that the Effect, including a Review of the Commons Report on Pro above company be wound up. Lickorish and Bellard, Queen

Victoria st, solicitors for the retitioner posed Amendments of the Law relating thereto--Mr. C. T.


made by Hall V.C., dated Sept 20, it was ordered that the above Parliamentary Procedure.--Mr. W. T. Manning, London, company be wound up. Harte vioorgate st, solicitor for the petê

tioners Wednesday, October 12, 1881.


-Petition for winding up, presented Sept 23, directed to be heard The Position and Prospects of the Profession.-Mr. before the Vacation Judge, at the court of Chitty, J, Rolls yd, William Ford, London.

Chancery lane, on Oct 12. Beall and Co, Queen Victoria st, soli.

citors for the petitioners The Fusion of the Superior and Inferior Courts.—Mr. F. K.


for winding up, presented Sept 27. directed to be heard before the The Rights or Claims of Married Women.—Mr. G. R. Vacation Judge, at the court of the M.R., on Oct 12. Wyatt and Dodd, London.

Barraud, Cannon st, solicitors for the petitioners


-By an order made by Kay, J, dated Sept 21, it was directed Godfrey, London.

that the above company be wound up. Hickin, Serjeants' inn, Law Costs as Affecting Clients. -Mr. N. Hanbart, Lon Fleet st, agents for Wray, Bridlington, solicitor for the petat:oper

[Gazette, Sept. 30.) don.

THAMES AND CHANNEL STEAXSHIP COMPAXY, LIMITED.--Petition Abolition of Taxation upon Justice.—Mr. E. Kimber, for winding up, presented Oct 3, directed to be heard before London.

Chitty, J, on Nov 5. Vallance and Vallance, Essex st, solicitors Law Writers and Night Work.-Mr. John Mackrell,

for the petitioners


for winding up, presented Sept 24, directed to be heard before the Should Pleadings be Abolished !--Mr. Charles Ford, Lon Vacation Judge, Rolls yd, Chancery lane, on Oct 12. Fius and don.

Co, East India avenue, solicitors for the petitioners


ing up, presented Sept 30, directed to be heard beft me the Tack LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

tion Judge, Rolls yd, Chancery lane, on Oct 12. Tibbitts and Sam, Field ct, Gray's inn, agents for the petitioners,

[Gazette, Oct. 1) Mr. EDWARD HARRY ADCOCK, solicitor, of Palmerston

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. buildings, Old Broad-street, and Croydon-road, Penge, has

APEDALE FURNACES SICK FuxD DIVIDEND SOCIETY, Apelale, been appointed a Commissioner of the High Court of Judi. Stafford. Sept 26 cature at Madras to take Affidavits, &0., and the Acknowledg. BRITISI UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Coulsdon, Surrey, Sept 33 ments of Married Women in respect of Property in

OPERATIVE TAILORS' SOCIETY, Crown Tavern, Heddon ct, Regons

st. Sept 26 India.

TEWKESBURY REFORM CLUB, Tewkesbury, Gloucester. Sept 28 Mr. EDWARD DUNDAS HOLROYD, Q.C., of Melbourne,

[Gaserte. Sep 30.1 has been appointed a Puigne Judge of the Supreme Court of

BENEVOLENT SICK SOCIETY, Wesleyan Methodist School, Fails

worth, Lancaster, Sept 29 the Colony of Victoria, in succession to Mr. James Wilber LOYAL SOCIETY OF BROTHERLY LOVE, Wild Van Inn, Sprvaghton, force Stepbev, deceased. Mr. Justice Hylroyd is the son of Suffolk. Sept 30 the late Mr. Edward Holroyd, many years a Commisioner


Stansfield, Sept 29 of Bankruptcy. He was educated at Trinity College, Cam.

[Gasette, Oct, 4)




FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Blue Ball Inn, Laneside, Milnrow, Lancaster.

Oct. 12.-Messrs. Edwin Fox & BOUSFIELD, at the Mart, at From Sept 23 BURLEY NEW FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Queen's Head Inn, Burley, 2p.m., Policy and Shares (see advertisement, this week, page Ringswood, Hants. From Sept 23


operative Stores, Chapel st, Dalton-in-Furness, Lancaster, From

Sept 23

BENEFIT SOCIETY, Worcester st, Gloucester. From Sept 23

st, St Heleus, Lancaster, From Sept 23
UNITED SOCIETY OR CLUB, School Room, Great Dalby, Leicester.

Bankrupts. From Sept 23


Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Horses Inn, Butter Market st, Warrington, Lancaster. From Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. Sept 23

To Surrender in London. [Gazette, Sept. 30.] Churton, James, Oxford st, Hosier. Pet Sept 28. Hazlitt, Oct 12 BARDNEY FRIENDLY INSTITUTION, Black Horse Inn, Bardney,

at 1 Lincoln. From Sept 23

Debnam, Albert, West sq, Lambeth, Licensed Victualler. Pet Sept BETINAL GREEN PHILANTHROPIC PENSION SOCIETY, Green Man

24. Hazlitt. Oct 12 at 12.30 (and not 1 as erroneously printed in Tavern, Bethnal Green rd. From Sept 23

last“ Gazette") BITTISWELL FRIENDLY SOCIETY, School Room, Bittiswell, Leicester.

Holland, William, Surrey Theatre, Theatre Proprietor. Pet Sept 28. From Sept 23


To Surrender in the Country. Middlesex st, Whitechapel. From Sept 23

Jenkins, Benjamin, Llanvrechva Upper, Monmouth, Licensed SHIPDHAM TRADESMEN'S FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Golden Dog Inn,

Victualler. Pet Sept 28. Gibbs. Newport, Oct 14 at 12 Shipdham, Norfolk. From Sept 23

Kirkham, Thomas, Harpurhey, nr Manchester, Cotton Manuface THURLBY PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION, Bell Inn, Thurlby, Lincoln.

turer. Pet Sept 26. Lister. Manchester, Oct 20 at 12 From Sept 23

Sellers, David, Yeovil, Somerset, Travelling Draper. Pet Sept 20. TRADESMEN'S NEW FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Angel Inn, Hingham, Nor

Batten, Yeovil, Oct 13 at 12.30 folk. From Sept 23

| Willgoss, H W , Brighton, Estate Agent. Pet Sept 27. Jones [Gazette, Oct. 4.] Brighton, Oct 20 at 12

TUESDAY, Oct. 4. 1881.

Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.

To Surrender in the Country.
Harris, Henry Huyton, Weston-super-Mare, Builder. Pet Sept 30

Lovibond. Bridgwater, Oct 19 at 11
Hoad, William James, South Undercliffe, Rye, Sussex, Shipbuilder.

Pet Sept 29. Young. Hastings, Oct 15 at 2
Mr. Justice Cave bas fixed the following dates for holding

Mayhew, Joseph, Easton, Suffolk, Tailor. Pet Sept 29. Grimsey the antumnal assizes on the North-Eastern Circuit, namely: Ipswich, Oct 15 at 11 Newcasıle, Monday, October 24; Durham, Thursday, Offen, Essex William, Herne Bay, Kent, Victualler, Pet Sept 30.

Furley. Canterbury, Oct 21 at 2 October 27; York, Wednesday, November 2. Prisoners

Webster, Frederick, Derby, Commission Agent. Pet Oct 1. Weller only will be tried.

Derby, Oct 18 at 12 A deputation from the Irish Incorporated Law Society,

Williams, Henry, Oldham, Lancaster, Hatter. Pet Sept 29. Twee

dale. Oldham, Oct 19 at 11 consisting of the president, Mr. J. H. Nunn, Mr. West, Mr.

BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. Reid, Mr. Findlater, Mr. Goddard, secretary, waited on Mr.

FRIDAY, Sept. 30, 1881. Justice O'Hagan, Mr. Commissioner Litton, and Mr. Com Stoddart, William, Harrington, Cumberland, Drapel. Sept 27 missioner Vernon, at the offices of the Land Commission, on Looney, William, Whitehaven, Cumberland, Grocer. Sept 27 Saturday week. They were accompanied by a deputation from

TURSDAY, Oct. 4, 1881.

Roper, George Edward Trevor, Mold, Flint, Solicitor. Sept 30 the Northern Law Club, consistiog of Mr. M'Clelland, of

Siege, Arnott Charles P , St Mary's chbrs, St Mary Axe, Foreign Belfast, chairman ; Mr. Hyndman, secretary; and another Agent. Oct 1 gentleman, whose name did not transpire, and also Mr.

Liquidations by Arrangement. White (representing the Senior Bar) and Mr. Robert Keating

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Clay. The object of the interview-which had been post

Friday, Sept. 30, 1881. poned from the previous day-was to urge objections on the

Andrew, William Thomas, Brighton, Builder. Oct 17 at 3 at offices part of the professiou of solicitors to two or three of the general

of Buckwell, 3, New rd, Brighton rules, and also to submit a schedule of fees. After a discus Arnold, Stephen, Townsend rd, Stamford Hill, Builder. Oct 13 at sion extending over an hour it is understood that the com

3 at Old Catherine Wheel Tavern, 40, Bishopsgate st Without,

Hopkins, Union ct, Old Broad st missioners expressed a readiness to acquiesce in the amend

Awcock, George, Southampton, Smith, Oct 8 at 11 at offices of Guy, ment suggested, and stated that they were inclined to sanc 2, Albion terrace, Southampton tion the scbedule of fees that had been submitted by the Baister, Thomas, Middleton St George, nr Darlington, Innkeeper

Oct 13 at 11 at offices of Barron, 20, High row, Darlington deputation,

Bell, Grace, Clitheroe, Lancaster, Boot Maker. Oct 19 at 11 at Old

Bull Hotel, Church st, Blackburn. Eastham, Clitheroe
Bell. Isaac, Scarborough, York, Provision Dealer. Oct 12 at 4 at

office of Mitchell, 2, St Nicholas st, Scarborough, Staines William.

son, Scarborough BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Bennett, Joseph, Liverpool, Licensed Victualler. Oct 12 at 3 at

offices of Lupton, 17, Sweeting st, Liverpool

Berry, William, Guildford, Surrey, Boot Manufacturer. Oct 18 at 2 BIRTH.

at office of Craig, 133, High st, Guildford REID.-Oct 2, at 6, Great Stuart-street, Edinburgh, the wife of

Bill, Richard William, Waterloo rd, Toy Importer. Oct 19 at 2 at Job James Reid, advocate, Queen's and Lord 'Treasurer's Law Institution, Chancery lane. Cos, Clifford's inn Remembrancer for Scotland, of a son.

Blount. Walter, and Thomas Bevan, Gerrard st, Soho, Army AccouMARRIAGES.

trement Manufacturers. Oct 15 at 12 at Law Institution, Chancery

lane. Herbert, Vigo st, Regent 'st EASTWICK-YOUNG.-Oct. 1, at Holy Trinity Church, Gray's.

Branton, John, Preston-in-Holderness, York, Farmer. Oct 13 at 2 inn-road, James Eastwick, of Lincoln's-inn, barrister, to at 8, Parliament st, Kingston-upon-Hull. Iveson and Son, 12, Helen Agnes, daughter of the late Adam Young, of Roston, Parliament st Lincolnsbire.

Brook, Benjamin, Halifax, Drug and General Dealer. Oct 8 at 10.30 LANGTON-BALE.-Oct. 4, at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Joseph

at offices of Ainley and Hall, 55, New st Huddersfield

Brooking, William Edwards, Ashburton, Devon, Timber Merchant. Langton, solicitor, of Queen Victoria-street, London, to Alice

Oct 14 at 3 at offices of Gidley, 15, Bedford circus, Exeter Margaret, daughter of Henry A. Bale, of St. Austell, Corn Brown, David Laybourne, Marston Green, Warwick, out of business. wall, and Hampstead, Middlesex.

Oct 11 at 3 at offices of Rowlands and Co, Birmingham
MORETON- JAQUES.--Oct. 1, in the Chapel Royal, Savoy, Bull. William, Strand. Lamp Dealer. Oct 8 at 3 at offices of Jenkins,

Thomas Moreton, of the Middle Temple, barrister-at-law, to 5, Tavistock st, Covent Garden
Alice Mary, daughter of the late George Jaques, formerly

Burton, William Edward, Wimpole st. Surgeon. Oct 19 at 3 at

offices of Taylor, 19, Old Burlington st secretary of the Commercial Gas Company.

Butterworth, Frank, Elsecar, York, Chemist. Oct 20 at 3 at offices DEATHS.

of Badgers and Co, Moorgate st, Rotherham GAWTRE88.-Oot. 2, at 10, Vicarage-road, Camberwell, Henry

Caldwell. Thomas Wybourn. and Henry William Caldwell. New Gawtress, barrister-at-law, aged 52.

Brentford, Grocers. Oct 13 at 3 at offices of Finch, 39, Borouga

High st, Southwark MELLER.-May 15, 1881, at Pinetown, Natal, South Africa,

Chetwin, Thomas, Thornton, Leicester, Licensed Victualler. Oct 15 Henry James Meller, barrister-at-law, for many years Resi: at ll at the Royal Hotel, Ashby-de la-Zouch. Freer and Co, dent Magistrate of Durban, aged 73 years.


Cooke, James, and Joseph Cooke, Heaton Norris, Lancaster, Bobbin Spink, Henry, Lithe, York, Farmer. Oct 14 at 11 at ofices of

Turners. Oct 14 at 3 at offices of Newton, Market pl, Stockport Frankland and Co, Grape lane, Whitby
Cooper, Jesse, Dewsbury, York, Furniture Broker. Oct 18 at 3 at

Taunton, Silas, Bournemouth, Hants, Brewer. Oct 12 at 3 at offices office of Stapleton, Dewsbury

of Aldridge, Westover villas, Bournemouth Costello, Michael, Bradford, York, Grocer. Oct 12 at 11 at office of

Taylor, John, Smethwick, Stafford, Ironfounder. Oct 12 at 11 st Moore, Albion chmbrs, Hustlergate, Bradford

offices of Shakespeare, Church st, Oldbury Crabb, George, Kingsland Green, Builder. Oct 13 at 2 at Law Insti.

Tester, Herbert, Manchester, Tailor. Oct 13 at 3 at offices of Nattall tution, Chancery lane. Rogers and Co, Westminster chmbrs

and Son, John Dalton st, Manchester Craft, George, Prestwood, Buckingham, Timber Hanlier. Oct 14 at

Thackeray, Thomas, Walmgate, York, Fishmonger. Oct 13 at 3 g 3 at offices of Rawson, 25, High st, High Wycombe

offices of Dilcock, Coney st, York Davies, Thomas, Gelligaer, Glamorgan, Grocer. Oct 17 at 2 at Thompson, George Luton, Bedford, Draper. Ost 19 at 3 at offices office of Vaughan, 34, Victoria st, Merthyr Tydfil

of Miller and Co, John st, Luton Dibb, George, Darlington, York, Innkeeper. Oct 17 at 2 at offices of Turner, Henry, Hilton, Salop, Shoemaker. Oct 19 at 12.30 at offices Spink, Pontefract

of Haslewood, Bank st, Bridgnorth Eberhard, Benjamin Horton, Smethwick, Stafford, Iron Manufac. Walker, John, Bradford, York, Scrivener. Oct 12 at 11 at offices of

turer. Oct 13 at 11 at Queen's Hotel, Stephenson pl, Birmingham. Gilyard, Parkinson's chmbrs, Market st, Bradford Shakespeare, Oldbury

Walter, David Henry, Sevenoaks, Grocer. Oct 10 at 4 at 23. Church Elsworth, Benjamin, Wortley, Leeds, Cab Proprietor. Oct 13 at 3 rd, Tunbridge Wells. Stone and Simpson at offices of Pallan, 11, Albion st. Leeds

Watkins, Simeon Hirst, Brentford, Timber Merchant. Oct 24 at 3 Forrest, Charles John, Oxford, Confectioner. Oct 26 at 12 at offices at 112, Gresham House, Old Broad st. Morley and Shirreft, 53, of Dudley, 49, Corn Market st

Gresham House Fountain, Thomas, Leicester, Tailor. Oct 14 at 12 at offices of Watts, Frederic, Dresden, Stafford, Earthenware Dealer. Oct 12 st Fowler and Co, Grey Friars chmbrs, Friar lane, Leicester

11 at offices of Kent, Chancery lane, Longton Gatenby, John, Leeds, Draper. Oct 12 at 3 at offices of Simpson Watts, Thomas, Wellingborough, Northampton, Boot Manufacturer, and Burrell, 20, Albion st, Leeds

Oct 12 at 3 at offices of Wright, Belvoir st, Leicester
Greenslade, William, and Alfred Greenslade, Pitton Bampton, Weighell, John, Pickering, York, Agricultural Engineer. Oct 0 st

Devon, Builders. Oct 18 at 11 at offices of Ayre, Tiverton, Searle, 12 at Station Hotel, York. Jackson, Malton

Weil, Salomon, New Bond st, Commission Agent. Oct 18 st 13 Greenwood, Johua James, Danver's st, Chelsea, Marble Merchant. at offices of Kemp and Co, Walbrook, Beaumont and Warren, Oct 12 at 2 at offices of Mossop, Cannon st

Chancery lane Hagan, Thomas Augustine, Hulme, Manchester, Boot Dealer. Oct West. Edward, and Arthur Edward West. Birmingham, Paper

13 at 3 at offices of Sutton and Elliott, Fountain st, Manchester Hangers. Oct 11 at 11 at offices of Fallows, Cherry st, BirmingHall, George, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Hawker. Oct 15 at 1 at ham ► offices of Harris, Court et chmbrs, Court st, Merthdr Tydfil

Wilson, John, Rudge, Salop, Farmer. Oct 13 at 11.30 at offices of Hands, Thomas John, Arthur Price, and Frederick Cadby, Birm Homfray and Holberton, Brierley hill, Stafford

ingham, Glass Manufacturers. Oct 13 at 11 at offices of Parr and Woodhouse, Joseph, Tottenham, Builder. Oct 13 at 3 at offices of Hayes, Colmore row, Birmingham

Parkes, Queen Victoria st Hankey, Jinks, Oldcastle, nr Malpas, Chester, Farmer, Oct 14 at 2

Worthey, George, Sheffield, Boot Dealer. Oct 12 at 4 at offices at at offices of Cartwright, White Friars, Chester

Clegg and Sons, Victoria chmbrs, Figtree lane, Shefield Hill, William Pile, Woking, Surrey, Coal Merchant. Oct 14 at 12 at

Zetter, Moses, Mile End rd, Cigar Manufacturer. Oct 13 at il at offices of Geach, Woodbridge rd, Guildford

offices of Jennings and Son, Leadenhall st Hollingsworth, Mary Cooper, West Bromwich, Stafford, Pork Butcher. Oct 12 at 11 at offices of Jackson and Sharpe, High st,

TUESDAY, Oct. 4, 1881. West Bromwich

Atkins, Joshna William, Salisbury, Wilte, Wine Merchant. Oct 17 Hooper, Edwin, Mount Radford, Stafford, Solicitor. Oct 14 at 3 at at 3 at Market House, Salisbury. Hodding offices of Johnson and Co, Waterloo st, Birmingham

Bailey, Urias, Hednesford, Stafford, Confectioner. Oct 18 st Il at Hutson, William, Swaffham, Norfolk, Blacksmith. Oct 13 at 11 at offices of Vaughan, Walsall st, Willenhall offices of Palmer, SwafTham

Barker, Thomas Powell, High Harrogate, York, Licensed Vietasller Hyde, George, Birmingham, Iron Plate Worker. Oct 17 at 3 at Oct 21 at 1 at offices of Rook and Midgley, White Horse st, Boar offices of Buller and Bickley, Bennet's hill, Birmingham

lane, Leeds Jowett, Joseph, Bradford, York, Beerseller. Oct 13 at 11 at offices Bartlett, William, Barbican, Confectioner. Oct 21 at 4 at offices of of Tuncliffe, Market st, Bradford, York

Houghtons and Byfield, Gracechurch st Keegan, Joseph, Holyhead, Anglesey, Licensed Victualler. Oct 13 Belby, John, Coventry, Warwick, Baker. Oct 20 at 11 at offices at at 3 at the British Hotel, Bangor. Allanson, Carnarvon

Goate, Little Park st, Coventry Kemm, Alfred Charles, Salisbury, Wilts, General Antique Dealer. Bestall, Charles Albert, Oldham, Lancaster, Surgeon. Oct 18 at 11

Oct 13 at 12 at the Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Lee and Co, at Coach and Horses Inn, Church lane, Oldham. Backley and Salisbury

Mattinson, Oldham Ker, Thomas, Silloth, Cumberland, of no occupation. Oct 15 at 11 Bowmer, William, Denby, Derby, Farmer. Oct 13 at 3 at Bell at the King's Head Inn, High st, Wigton. Lawson, Wigton

Hotel, Sadler-gate, Derby. Hextall, Derby Leaver, James, jun., Blackburn, Lancaster, Draper. Oct 20 at 3 Bradshaw, William, Hanley, Potters Manager. Oct 17 at 11 st ifices of Gillibrand, George st, Manchester, Scott, Black

offices of Tennant and Co, Cheapside, Hanley burn

Brooks, Cecil Cunningham, and Andrew Garrett George Anns, Litoun, Tobias, Alie pl, Goodman's-fields, General Dealer. Oct 11 Catherine st, Strand, Printers. Oct 25 at 11 at offices of Crowdy at 2 at 4 Alie pl

and Co, Serjeants'-inn, Fleet st Martin, Thomas, Genthorn rd, Hammersmith, Tailor. Oct 10 at 11 Bruin, Edwin, Jamaica rd, Bermondsey, Cheesemonger, Oct 17 st at offices of Allen, Southampton bldgs, Chancery lane

3 at offices of Reynolds, Furnival's-inn, Holborn Milvain, James, Newcastle upon Tyne, Paint Manufacturer. Oct 18 | Burford, James, Highst, Hampstead, Bailder. Oct 19 at 12 st

at 2 at the Incorporated Law Society, Royal arcade, Newcastle Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Futvoye and Co upon Tyne. Purvis and Son, South Shields

Button, Daniel, Leytonstone rd, Mason. Oct 26 at 2 at offices of Mitton, Joseph, Saltisford, Warwick, Engineer. Oct 7 al 11 at 19, Charles Woodleigh, Guildhall chmbrs, Basinghalitst. Angen und High st, Warwick. Boddington

Co, Gresham et Moeil, John, St Ann's rd, Stepney, Baker. Oct 13 at 2 at offices Carter, John William, West Hartlepool, Durham, Grocer. Oct 13 of Lockyer, Gresham bldgs

at 3 at offices of Todd and Harrison, Town wall, Hartlepool Morris, Aaron, Jarrow upon Tyne, Durham, Furniture Dealer, Oct Chambers, James, Fenchurch st, Oil and Colour Merchant. Oet It 14 at 3 at offices of Newlands, Ellison st, Jarrow upon Tyne

at 2 at Cannon st, Hotel, Cannon st. Pritchard and Marshall, Northeast, Alfred, Alderbury, Wilts, Innkeeper. Oct 14 at 12 at the Gracechurch st White Hart Hotel, Salisbury. Lee and Co, Salisbury

Clare, John, Clarendon rd, Notting hill, Draper. Oct 20 at 3 a Ockenden, Edmund Jury, Hove, Sussex, Builder. Oct 12 at 2 at the offices of Lumley and Lumley, Conduit st, Bond st offices of Champion and Co, 17, Ironmonger lane

Cleator, Robert, Fleetwood, Lancaster, Boot Maker. Oct 17 at 3 at Parkes, Isaiah, Brierley Hill, Stafford, Fruit Salesman, Oct t 12 at 3 offices of Addie, Albert st, Fleetwood at offices of Addison, 142, High st, Brierley Hill

Clemo, Jane, and Richard Clemo, Tavistock, Devon, Grooort. Parsons, Thomas Herbert, Southampton, Farmer. Oct 13 at 3 at Oct 17 at 12 at Church-lane, Tavistock. Square and Co offices of Bailey and White, 38, Jewry st, Winchester

Collings, Emma Caroline, Landport, Portsea, Hants, Timber Phillips, William, Whitland, Carmarthen, Coal Merchant. Oct 13 at Merchant. Oct 17 at 3 at offices of Whitehall, Union st, Part2 at the Rutzen Arms Hotel, Narberth, Griffiths, Carmarthen

sea Poulteney, Albert John, Long Ashton, Somerset, Baker. Oct 8 at 11 Cooper, Edward Samuel, Torriano-avenue, Kentish Town. at offices of O'Donoghne and Anson, 2, St Augustine's parade,

Oct 17 at 3 at offices of Speechly and Co, New inn, Strand Bristol

Croydon, James Hill, Aldermanbury, Lace Warehouseznan, Oct 13 Pratt, Daniel, King's Norton, Worcester, out of business. Oct 13 at at 3 at offices of Scott, Aldermanbury 3 at offices of Fallowe, 30, Cherry st, Birmingham

Darby, John, Barrow-in-Furness, out of business. Oct is at 11 * Ratliff, Richard Hodges, Coventry. Oct 13 at 12 at offices of Dewes King's Arms, Hotel, Dalton rd, Barrow-in-Furness. Sims, and Co, 10, Hay lane, Coventry

Barrow-in-Furness Redihalgh, George, Leeds, Hat Manufacturer. Oct 13 at 2 at offices Davenport, George, sen, Nantwich, Chester, Boot Manufacturer. of Middleton and Sons, Victoria sq, Leeds

Oct 24 at 3 at Swan Hotel, Welsh row, Nantwich. Martin, Xant Rhodes, Mary, Knaresborough, York, Grocer. Oct 13 at 1 at offices wich of Farmery, Higb st, Knaresborough

Davey, Thomas, Wigan, Ironmonger. Oct 18 at 11.3) at Mitre Hotel, Robinson, George Henry, Stockton-on-Tees, Milliner. Oct 17 at 2 Cathedral gates, Manchester. Barlow, Wigan

at Wholesale Drapers' Society, 145, Cheapside. Dodds and Co, Dearlove, John, Kettering, Northampton, of no occupation. Oet 13 Stockton-on-Tees

at 2 at Peacock Hotel, Market sq, Northampton. Andrew, Soria Scruton, Enoch, Goldsborough, York, Farmer. Oct 13 at 11.30 at ampton offices of Bateson and Hutchinson, Harrogate

Dibb, George, Darrington (not Darlington, as erronenoeously peated Smirfitt, James, Doncaster, out of business. Oct 21 at 3 at offices of in last Gazetre), York, Innkeeper. Oct 17 at 2 at offices of Spark Gill and Hall, King st, Wakefield

Pontefract Smith, James, Alham farm, near Batcombe, Somerset, Farmer. Dickin, George Edward, Stapleton, Salop, Farmer. Oct 23 at 12 Oct 17 at 2.30 at Crown Hotel, Ringwood

offices of Craig, the Crescent, Shewsbury Spencer, Joseph, Bishop's Itchington, Warwick, Farmer. Oct 11 Downham, William, Clitheroe, Lancaster, Boot Manufacturer

at 2 at Bowling Green Hotel, Bowling Green st, Warwick. Cooper, Oct 19 at 12 at Old Bull Hotel, Church st, Blackburn. Eastbad Lincoln's-inn-fields


Orris, Aaron, Jarro Weplands, Ellison st, Jarro Oct 14 at 12 at the

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