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. Borrows, Edward, Sutton, Ijancaster, Engineer. Oct 17. Oppen. heim, St Helen's

.tbush, Sarah, Barking Side, Essex. Nov 30. John Bush, Stone

Hall Farm, Barking Side ■cabdinall, Jo Hit, Tendring, Essex, Esq. Oct 31. Mustard, Fur.

nival's inn, Holborn <joatks, Jambs, Bristol, Farmer. Oct 35. Inman and Inman, Bath Cbosbland, Jonathan, Earlsheaton, York, Weaver. Oct 22. Ridg

way and Ridgway, Dewsbury Dbt, Mary Ajkx, Sheffield. Oct 31. Parker and Brailsford.


Dunstaw. Sophia, Eccles, nr Manchester. Oct 27. Atkinson and Co, Manchester

Edwards, Marianitb Elizabbth, Church Style, Bovey Tracey, Devon. Nov 1. Sparkes and Pope, Exeter

Evaus. Thomas Pbichard, Troedyrhiw Ystrad, Mynach. Glamorgan, Gent. Oct 31. Edwards Price, Pontypridd

Holdswobth, Judith, Bradford, York. Nov 1. Atkinson, Bradford

Kwowlbs, Gkorgb Hkbbert, Konrhos, Pembrey, Carmarthen, Esq.

Nov 21. Wilde and Co. College hill Lee, Thomas, Stalybridge, Lancaster, Coach Proprietor. Oct 31.

Buckley and Miller, Stalybridge Ivbggo, Thomas. Madron, Cornwall, Carpenter. Oct 29. Losa, Johit, Brimpsneld, Gloucester, Farmer. Dec 1. Washtxrarn

and Son, Gloucester Mabshall, Thomas, Grcasbro', York, Farmer. Nov 1. Youngc and

Co, Sheffield

Nobman, Last, Chattisham, Suffolk, Farmer. Oct 31. Ffennell, Hadleigh

"ramsay, Robbbt, Westbourne rd, Barnsbury, Gent. Oct 31. Tickle,

Lawrenco lane, Cheapside Sevd, Ebxbst Julius, Lombard st, Retired Banking Agent. Oct

31. Smith, Cornhill Steblihg, Axx, Dalston lane. Nov 1. Letts Bros, Bartlett*B bldfrs Williams, Maby Aits, Chester. Nov 19. Duncan and Pritchard,


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Adams, James, Liverpool, House Agent. Oct 31. Qui ggin, Liverpool

Beswick, Charles, Ardwick, Manchester, Estate Agent. Nov IS.

Simpson, Manchester Bl-rgkss, Jontr Haw By, Glastonbury, Somerset, Surgeon. Nov 1.

Bulleid, Glastonbury Chapmapt, William, Little Chesterford, Essex, Farmer. Dec 27.

Thurgood and Cox, Saffron Walden Cowley, Elizajbith, Warrington, Lancaster. Dec 27. Steinforth,


Dbiscoll, Corxblius, York st West, Stepney. Nov 10. Noton, Lombard st

Foley, Thomas, Aigburth, nr Liverpool, Gent. Dec 27. Steinforth Liverpool

■gill, Gboros, Southport, Gunsmith. Nov 1. Welshby and Co, South port

Graham, Josbph, Huddersfleld. Nov 1. Mosoley, Huddorsfleld Hiiieiifs, Henry, Northampton, Merchant. Nov 1. Markham,


Kerry, Sarah, Church st, Croydon. Dec 1. Drummonds and Co,


Mcleod, Thomas, Wigan, Lancaster, Butcher. Nov 1. France, Wigan

Pkibsow, Jambs, Leinstcr sq, Bayswater, Esq. Nov 30. Rolt, St

Paul's churchyard Pbbbtow, David, Brompton,M.D. May31,1882. Keen and Rogers,

Doctors* commons Quick, Hbhby, Warwick lane, Licensed Victualler. Oct 30. Flavell

and Bowman, Bedford row Bbvbly, William, Belsay, Northumberland, Gent. Novl. Wallace,

Ne wcastl e-on- Tyne Bolfe, Henry LkonIdas, Nicholas lane, Artist. Oct 31. Tidy and

Tidy, Piccadilly

Stake, Abel, Greenwich, Provision Dealer. Nov 30. Bristow, Greenwich

Staite, Maby Anit, Greenwich. Nov 30. Bristow, John st, Adelphi Stratford, John Wingfipld, Addington Park, Kent, Esq. Nov

10. Clabon, Westminster Thrift, Charles John, Kentish Town, Pawnbroker's Assistant.

Oct 27. Fraser, Soho sq Todd, Matthew, Bradford, Woolcomber. Nov 30. Moselcy,


I Gazette, Sept. 30.]


The fDnernl of the late Sir John Karslake, Q.C., took place at the Kensal-green Cemetery, the service being read by the Rev. .Mr. Karslake, a brother of the deceased. Among tlioso present were Mr. E. K. Karslake, Q.C., Mr. P. K^lake, Mr. W. Karslake, Mr. C. P. Butt, Q.C., M.P, Mr. Frederick Waller, Q.C., Mr. Johnson, Q.C., and Mr. Collins, Q.C. There was a large attendance of members of the bar. Lord Coleridge, writing to the Times, says of Sir John Karslake : Those only whose fate it was to be with Sir John Karslake day after day and week after week for years, either as opposing advocate or in the intercourse of private friendship, can fully appreciate his extraordinary power. His knowledge of his profession, gathered by a vigorous and retentive mind from a legal training of unusual length, was, as far

as my experience goes, unparalleled. This gave him from the very beginning a confidence and certainty which very few men attain after years of practioe. And the same thoroughness with which he knew his profession always marked his knowledge of fail cases. lie was never at fault; he read everything about his case; he forgot nothing; and his strong sense and unerring judgment enabled him to use, with wonderful effect, bis great knowledge. He was an oppressive antagonist, because, mentally and physically, he was so strong. At the end of a long day, in times when judges sat on to hours which exhausted jnries and occasionally disgusted witnesses, Sir John Karslake would show no symptom of fatigue; his observation as acute, his resources as much at his command, his voice as strong as in the early morning. Bat if he was an oppressive antagonist, he was an antagonist whom it was impossible njt to respect and to admire. Indirectness in word or act was simply impossible to him I do not think he could have been dishonourable if he had tried; and he certainly never tried. Two examples of his fine character—instances, I dare say, of many other like acts—came under my own observation. In two cases, separated by a considerable Bpace of time, a verdict had been given against the client he represented, and a new trial had been ordered. In both cases he thought that he had himself had something to do with the first result—whether he had, in fact, or not, I do not know; but it may, perhaps, have been so; for the very greatest men, at least in onr profession, sometimes make mistakes; at any rate, he thought so. In both cases he refused to appear upon the second trial, and sent the client to another counsel, io both cases to the same counsel. To him Sir John Karslake sent all his notes, imparted all his knowledge and experienoes, advised with him, helped him unsparingly, and strove as hard for the success of another man as he could have striven for his own. It may be said that a generous and high-minded man would, of oourse, so act. Perhaps; but at least his conduct was that of a generous and high-minded man.

The London, Edinburgh, and Glasgow Assurance Company (Limited), announce the i-snc of 150,000 shares of £1 each, of which, it is said, 51,538 have already been applied for, and 50,000 have been allotted. The remaining shares are now offered for subscription at \ premium. It is at present not intended to call up more ttian ten shillings per share, but nntil further notice shareholders may pay up their shares in full. The distinctive fenture of the undertaking i, the combination of life and accident insurance in one company.


Fetoat, Oct. 7,1881. Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the 1 To Surrender in the Country. Bell, George Benjamin, Liverpool, Italian Warehouseman. Pet Oct

3. Bellringcr. Liverpool, Oct 18 at 12 Broederlow, Constantino, Liverpool, Merchant. Pet Oct 5. Bellringer. Liverpool, Oct 19at 12 Darnton, William Anthony, Manchester, no occupation. Pot Oct

8. Lister. Manchester, Oct 20 at 12 Elkington, Eli, Halifax, Contractor. Pet Oct 4. Rankin. Halifax, Oct 24 at 11

Orme, Stephen, Rainow, nr Macclesfield, Builder. Pet Oct 6.

Mair. Macclesfield, Oct 21 at 11 Tate, John, Maryport, Cumberland, Ironfoundcr. Pet Oct 5.

Waugh. ockcrmonth, Oct 26 at 12.80

Tobsday, Oct. 11,1881.
Under the Bankruptcy Aot, 1869.

Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
To Surrender in London.
Bennott, John Robert, Australian avenue, Commercial Clerk. Pet

Oct 7. Hazlitt. Oct 20 at 12.30 Cock, Mary, Liverpool st, King's Cross, out of business. Pet Oct 6,

Hazlitt. Oct 26 at 12 Musson, Henry, and William Burgess, Hop Exchange, Southwark

st, Potato Merchants. Pet Cct 0. Hazlitt. Oct 25 at 11 O'Brien, Fitzgerald, Crofton rd, Pecsham. Solicitor. Pet Oct 0.

Hazlitt. Oct 25 at 12

Plum, ThomasEdward Day,Queen Victoriast, Mochanical Engineer

Pet Sept 21. Hazlitt. Oct-'flatll Bussell, P B , Devonshire at, Portland St. Pet Sept 30.

Hazlitt. Oct 26 at 12 Yeamans, F . Falmouth rd, Gt Dov Bookseller. Pet Oct 8.

Hazlitt. Oct 26 at 12.30

To Surrender' he Country. Bennett, James, the younger, Rothcrham, York, Plumber. Pet Oct

7. Wake. Sheffield, Oct 26 at 1 Cooper, Robert, Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight, Baker. Pet Oct 7.

Blake. Newport, Oct 21 at 12 In&all, Florance Jeuner, Coleshill, Warwick, Veterinary Surgeon.

Pet Oct 6. Parry. Birmingham, Oct 27 at 2 Morris, Henry, Upper Walmer, Kent, Contractor. Pet Oct 7. Furley.

Canterbury, Oct 28 at 2 Buffell, Edward John, Southampton, out of business. Pet Oct 6.

Daw, juu. Southampton, Oct 24 at 12

Liquidations by Arrangement.

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Fribat, Oct. 7, 1881. Alder, Enoch, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Upholsterer. Oct 24 at 11 at

officeri of Clark, Regont st, Cheltenham Anderton, Robert, Walsall, Stafford, Grocer. Oct 20 at 11 at offices

of Duignan and Co, the Bridge Walsall Ashcroft, Henry, St Helen's, Lancaster, Grocer. Oct 21 at 2 at

offices of Massey, Hardshaw st, St Helens Ball, Thomas Iannington. Chndleigh, Devon, Watchmaker. Oct 20

at 12.30 at Grand Hotel, Bristol. Creed, Newton Abbot Barnes, Thomas, Southampton, Horse Dealer. Oct 19 at 12 at

offices of Guy, Albion ter, Southampton Bcrridge, Mary, and Charles Traise, St Andrew's hill, Doctors'

Commons, Builders. Oct 21 at 2 at Guildhall Coffee house, Gresham

st. Robins, Pancraa lane Binns, John William Raine, Bridlington Quay, York, Theatrical

Manager. Oct 22 at 11 at offices of Ledger, King st, Bridlington


Bradshaw, Isaac, Nuneaton, Warwick, Clothier. Oct 19 at 3 at offices of Slingsby, Newdegate st, Nuneaton

Brento, Clementina Louisa Rumpft von, Dudlev, Worcester, Schoolmistress. Oct 18 at 3.30 at offices of Corbel, Church st, Kidderminster

Cahill, Michncl, Gt Yarmouth, Fish Merchant. Oct 27 at 11 at offices of Diver, King st, Gt Yarmouth

Clarke, William, New Cross rd, Cheesemonger. Oct 17 at 2 at offices of Winnett, Lime st

Clayton, Henry, New Bosford, Nottingham, out of business. Oct24 at 3 at offices of Lees, Severn chnibrs, Middlo pavement, Nottingham

Cleal, John, Lymington, Southampton, Baker. Oct 20 at 3 at offices of Coxwcll, High Bt, Lymington

Clements, Francis, Albany st, Regent's park, Baker. Oct 19 at 2 at offices of Allingham, Old Broad st

Cowbuni, James, Radcliffe, Lancashire, Cotton Goods Manufacturer. Oct 20 at 3 at offices of P.itsou and Grundy, I'riucess st, Manchester

Crew, George, Okeford Fitzpainc, Dorset Butcher. Oct 19 at 3 at

offices of Brennand, Blandford, Dorset Dell, Framis Henry, Penarth, Glamorgan, Browcr. Oct 19 at 11 at

offices of Hardcastlo, Finsbury pavement Denny, John, Ipswich, Beerhouse Keeper. Oct 20 at 12 at offices of

Hill, St Nicholas st, Ipswich Dunmur, Edwin Cortwright, Lincoln, Draper. Oct 19 at 12 at offices

of Durance, Mint lane, Lincoln Evans, William Lavender, Ely, Cambridge, Relieving Officer. Oct

29 at 11 at the Lamb Hotel, Ely. Salmon and Son Fuweett, Mark, Low Harrogate, York, Draper. Oct 20 at 1 at offices

of Rooke and Midgley, Whito Horse st, Boar lnne, Leeds Fletcher, John, Stoneyford, Codnor and Loscoe, Derby, Licensed

Victualler. Oct 28 nt 11 at offices of Heath, Amen allcv, Derby Francis, Joseph, Huddersfteld, Hosier. Oct 21 at 3 a; offices of Loa

royd and Co, Buxton rd, Huddcrsfield Glenn, Demetrius, Pricstgato, Peterborough, Schoolmaster. Oct 19

at 11 at offices of Mellows, Westgate, Peterborough Greonsmith, James Cornelius, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancaster, Strop

Manufacturer. Oct 21 nt 3 at offices of Bradbury, Booth chbrs,

Booth st, Ashton-under-Lyno Guy, Robert, Preston, Provfsion Dealer. Oct 19 at 3 at offices of

Clarke, Lune st, Preston Handman, Adolph, Muscovy ct, Tower Hill, Commission Agent.

Oct 21 at 3 at offices of Hill, Mincing lane Haqicr, Thomas, West Bromwich, Stafford, Tailor. Oct 21 at 11 at

offices of Shakespeare, Church st, Oldbury Hemingway, John, Hoyland Common, ur Barnsley, Bookkeeper.

Oct 111 nt 10 at offices of Gray, Eostgate, Barnsley Herbert, William, Manchester rd. Poplar, Grocer. Oct 26 at 3 nt

offices of Moc-ff, Dashwood House, Now Brood st. Noon and

Clarke, Blomfleld st Hurdman, Nicholas, Birmingham, Grocer. Oct 18 at 11 at offices of

Hugging and Mallard, Newhall chambers, Ncwholl st, Birmingham

Hill, Thomas, Brusbfield st, SpitaWclds, Coffee Palace Keeper. Oct

19 at 3 at offices of Cattlin, Wormwood st. Old Brood st Hincliliffe, George Joseph, Rothcrham, Printer. Oct 21 at 2 at offlco

of Badgers and Co, Moorgate st, Rotherham Hustler, Frederick Charles, High st, Camden Town, Corn Dealer.

Oct 24 at 3 at offices of Jones, Mnrk Lane Hutchinson, George, Oil Merccant, Newcastle upon Tync. Oct 17

at 3 at offices of Stanford, Collingwood st, Newcastle upon


Huttlestono, James Alfred, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, Ostler. Oct 17 ut 3 ot the Plough Inn, Fore st, Hertford. Wells, St.


Jones, Richard, Colcford, Gloucester, Innkeeper, Oct 19 at 3 at the Old White Hart Inn, Coleford. Fryer, Coleford.

Kayc, John, Honlcy, Aldermondbury, York, Saddler. Oct 24 at 12 Bt 'he offlcees of Craven and Sunderland, New st, Huddcrs.

Knight, Edward Joseph, Aldershot, Southampton, Dealer in Wine*. Oct 24 at 12 at Church ward's Hotel, Victoria rd, Aldershot. Footer, Aldershot

Knott, Jesse Templer, Bovey, Devon. Oct 19 at 3 at offices of Vine,


Krinks, William, Birmingham, Jewel Case Maker. Oct 10 at 3 it

offices of Hodgson and Price, Waterloo street, Birmingham Laws, James, Clifden rd, Clapton Park, BuilJer. Oct 24 at 11 at

offices of Jones, Mark lane Ledger, Frederick Herbert, York Bt, Westminster, Licensed.

Victualler. Oct 25 at 3 at offices of Lound, Chancery lane Litherlond, Isaiah, Sale, Chester, Fruit Merchant. Oct 19 at 3 at

offices of Heath and Sons, Swan st, Manchester Lythgoe, Joseph, South Shields, Lath Render. Oct 20 at 3 at office*

of Marshall, King st, South Shields Lyford, Joseph, Upper Basildon, nr Reading, Farmer. Oct It at U

"at 18, the Forbury, Reading. Creed Maynard, Frederick, Chfton st, Finsbury, Glass Cutter. Oct I*

at 3 at offices of Kenton, Kingsland green Moore, Thomas, Sunderland, Durham, Grocer. Oct 2) ot 33) at

offices of Hunily, Jfawcctt Bt, Sunderland Moss, David, and Isaac Levy, Walworth rd, Cigar Manufacturers.

Oct 26 at 3 at offices of Foreman and Son, Gresham st. Cannon,

Wool Exchange, Coleman st Nnnson, Max, Aldermanbury avenue. Commission Merchant.

Nov 2 at 2 at offices of Grundy and Co, Booth st, Mancbes^cr.

Michael and Co, Old Jewry Newmann, Arnold Lewis, and Martin Newmann, Cloak-lane.

Commission Merchants. Oct 31 at2 at Guildhall Tavern, C

st. Pollard, Coleman st Newmann, Philip William, and Isaiah Alfred Newmann. ]

ham, Manufacturing Jewellers, Oct 19 at 3 at offices of Holg*.n

and Price, Waterloo st, Birmingham North, Christopher, Wolverhampton, Metal Dealer. Oct 2fcat 3 a^

offices of Thorne, Bank chmbrs, Wolverhampton Notz*e, Richard, White st, Bethnal Greon rd, Boot Manufacturer.

Oct 19 at 3 at Masons' Hall, Masons' avenue. Young, Newgau


Onton, Alice Anne, Landport, Hants, Dealer in Fancy Article*. Oct

21 at 3 at offices of Edmonds and Co, Cneapside. King, Oyston, John, Sunderland, Labourer. Oct 19 at 11 at

'Alcock and Routledge, Frederick Lodge, Sunderland Pcrrett, Thomas Lawrence, Bridgwater, Somerset, Grocer. Oct 2t>

at 3 at the George and Railway Hotel, Bristol Pike. William Samuel, Plymouth, Cattle Dealer. Oct 19 ot 11 at

offices of Square and Co, Bank of England chmbrs, Plymouth Pilgrim, Edward Blyth, Norwich, Boot Manufacturer. Oct 18 at IT

at offices of Daly, Guildhall chmbrs, Upper Market, Norwich Radcliffe, John, Liverpool, Baker. Oct 21 at 3 ot offices of Gibana

Dodge and Phipr*,

and Bollaud, South John st, Liverpool.


Ralfs, John Russell, Norwich, Jeweller. Oct 19 at 12 at 145, Chei

side. Blyth, Norwich Rawnsley/James, Bradford, York, Grocer. Oct 19 at 2 at Cham!

of Commerce, Market st, Bradford. Terry and Co, Bradford Shannon, Charles, Northampton, Machine Sewer. Oct 17 ot II

the Peacock Hotel, Market sq, Northampton. Jeffery,


Shenhiird, Joseph, Shipley, York, Grocer. Oct 20 at 2 at

Wright, Darloy st, Bradford Smith, Hugh, Liverpool. Clothier. Oct 26 nt 3 at offices of Allcard,

South Costlo st, Liverpool. Faithwaite, Liverpool Sponcelcy, William, Woking Station, Surrey, Baker. Oct 26 at 11

ut offices of Brettell, Woking Station, Surrey Stinton, Samuel, Alfrick, Worcester, Innkeeper. Oct 34 at 3 at

Hop Market Hotel, Forcgnte st, Worcester. Browne Sturdy, John, Garston, Builders' Foreman. Oct 2 J at 3 at office* ef

uiiorris and Jones, Dale st, Liverpool Thomas, Samuel, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Draper. Oct 20 at 12 at

offices of Davies, Mill st, Pontypridd Turner, Walter, Nottingham, Draper. Oct 24 st 2 at Home

Association, York st, Manchester. Stroud, N<^ttinenam Vines, Henry, Bremhill. WilLs, Farmer. Oct 15 at 12 at Lansdo

Arms Hotel, Calno. Henly, Colne Walters, Thomas, Wolverhampton, Spectacle Frame Manufacturer.

Oct 19 at 3 at offices of Ratcliffe, Darlington st, Wol' Weaver, Arthur, Wnlsall, Stafford, Painter. Oct 19 ot 11 at

of Loxton, Post Offlco chmbrs, Walsall Wellington, Walter, Kingsholme, Gloucester, Publican. Oct 30

at offices of York, Berkeley st, Gloucester Wells, Joseph, Hudilersfleld, Cotton Waste Dealer. Oct 19 at

Old Cock Hotel, Halifax. Emmet and Walker, Halifax Wliate, Joseph Henry, Hcigham, Norwich, Grocer. Oct 36 ot 3 at

offices of Bavin and Daynes, Exchange st, Norwich Wilks, William Richard, Caledonian rd. Cheesemonger, Oct 24 at3

at offices of Carter and Bell, Eastchcap Wilson, Gawn, Dudley, Worcester, Tobacconist. Oct 15 at 2 at offices

of Lowe and Sons, Wolverhampton st, Dudley Wilson, Reuben, Birmingham, Licensod Victualler. Oct 30 at 3 at

Great Western Hotel, Monmouth st, Birmingham. Simmons, B~


Witt, Isaac, Tilehnrst, Berks, Farmer. Oct 17 at 11 at Whcauhrrf

Hotel, Friar st, Reading, Newman Wood, Richard, Shobrooke, Devon, Wheelwright. Oct IS at 10 at

offices of Toby, Castle st, Exeter Wormold, John Batcsnn, Leeds, Slate Merchant. Oct 19 ot 3 ot

offices of Lowrey, South parade, Leeds. Horner, Wakefield Oswcll, Oliver, Longton, Stafford, Draper. Oct Is at 11 at office* of

Robinson, King st, l^mgton Shiittleworth. John, Yardley, Landscape Gardiner. Oct 19 at 3 at

offices of Parr and Hayes, Colmore row, Birmingham

TCUDIT, Oct. 11, 1891.

Aldcrson, Bernard, Manningham, Bradford, York, Grocer. 064 34

at 3 at offices of Neill. Kirkgate, Bradford Armstrong, Joseph, John George Hounsfield. and Frank Hi*ia*

ficld, Sheffield, Steel Manufacturers. Oct ii ot 3 at the Cutler*"

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Hall, Church st, Sheffield. Broomhead and Wightman, Sheffield

Ashworth, William, Blackpool, Lancaster, Licensed Victualler. Oct 27 at Sat the Market Hotel, Lytham st, Blackpool. Edmondson, Blackpool

Austin, Robert, Birmingham, Fruiterer. Oct 21 at 3 at offices of

JaqueB, Temple row, Birmingham Barker, Samuel. Kidderminster, Worcester, Haulier. Oct 21 at 3 at

3, Commercial bldgs, Kidderminster. Bagster Basnett, Samuel, and James Jones, Denton, Lancaster, Hat

Manufacturers. Oct 28 at 3 at offices of Brooks and Co, Cheapside,


Baxter, Martha, Crewe, Chester, Haberdasher. Oct 24 at 11 at office

of Hill, Market st, Crewe Berquier, Antoinette Le, Percy st, Tottenham-court rd, Hotel

Keeper. Oct 24 at U at 26, Percy st, Tottenham-court rd. Beal

and Co, Regent st Biddle, Heniy, Wolverhampton, Draper. Oct 25 at 11 at offices of

Willcock, Queen st, Wolverhampton Booth, George, Kirkburton, near Huddersfleld, Joiner. Oct 25 at 11

at offices of Whitley and Whitley, New Bt, Huddersfleld Booth, John, Huddersfleld, out or business. Oct 24 at 11 at offices

of Welsh, Queen st, Huddersfleld Bradly, George Henry, Clapham rd, Baker. Oct 25 at 11 at offices

of Briggs, Bedford row BrowD, George, Beckenham, Kent, Licensed Victualler. Nov 1 at

3 at Masons* Hall Tavern, Mason's avenue, Basinghall st. Gregory,

Cannon st

Burgess, Edmund, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Hay and Straw Dealer. Oct 22 at 11 at offices of James, Nolson square, Newcastle-underLyme

Carr others. William Dixon, Westgate, Wakefield, York, Hatter.

Oct 21 ai 3 at Strafford Arms Hotel, Wakefield. Lister, Wakefield Clarke, Joseph Devonshire, Southport, Lancaster, Solicitor. Oct 24

at 3 at offices of Gibson and Holland, South John st, Liverpool*

Copeman, Liverpool Clements, William, Krdington, Warwick, out of business. Oct 24 at

3 at offices of Ansell, Waterloo st, Birmingham Clowsley, William Henry, Vauxhall walk, Lambeth, out of business.

Oct 21 at 3 at offices of Myers, Gresham bids, Guildhall Coles, Charles Rowland, Redditch, Worcester, Dyer. Oct 20 at 2 at

offices of Sargent and Son, Bennett's hill, Birmingham Cook, James, Market Drayton, Salop, Confectioner. Oct 22 at 11 at

offices of Peirson, Wcstburv Housa, Market. Drayton, Salop Coopei, John, East Tipton. Stafford, Publican. Oct 21 at 11 at

offices of Stokes and Hooper, Priory st, Dudley Cotton, Benjamin, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Drysulter. Oct 22 at 11

at offices of Wilson, Liverpool rd, Stoke-upon-Trent Cox, Jane, Swinford, Gloucester, Innkeeper. Oct 24 at 2 at

Railway Hotel, Great Western Railway Station, Bath. Hobbs,


Crew, James, junr., and William Crew, Rowley, Regis, Stafford,

Chain Manufacturers. Oct 21 at 3 at offices of Stokes and

Hooper, Priory st, Dudley Crew, Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, Nail Manufacturer. Oct 21 at 3

at offices of Stokes and Hooper, Priory st, Dudley Curtis, Joseph Codgbrook, Oxford, Builder. Oct 27 at 11 at offices

of Mallam, High st, Oxford Davis, Amos, Nottingham, Painter. Oct 28 at 3 at offices of Elborno

Brougham chmbrs, Wheeler-gate, Nottingham , Day kin, Thomas, Baildon, York, Innkeeper. Oct 2 at 10.30 at

offices of Atkinson and Wilson, Tyrrell st, Bradford Dean, Richard, Liverpool, Broom Maker. Oct 29 at 11 at offices of'

Wilkinson, Victoria st, Liverpool Donslcy, William, New rd, Battersea Park, Baker. Oct 21 at 3 at

offices of Steaveruon and Co lldwell, Gracechurch st Drury, James, Bamsley, York, Yeast Dealer. Oct 31 at 12 at office

of Gray, Eastgato, Barnsley Edwardes, Edgecumbo Ferguson, Cambridge villas, Richmond, Club

Proprietor. Oct 22 at 11 at Mason's Hall Tavern, Masons' avenue.

Waring, Bishopsgatc st Elgie, Matthew Thomas, and Henry Sumnor, Leeds, Tea Merchants.

Oct 29 at 11 at 7, John st, Bedford row. Woolcr, Darlington 3Titz, William, Clifton, Bristol, Dairyman. Oct 21 at 1 at offices of

Sinnott and Spofforth, Broad st, Bristol Flucke, Francis Bryan, Derby, Tobacconist. Oct 25 at 2 at offices of

Robotham, St Alkmund's churchyard, Derby Folbigg, Onesiphorus, Woodbury, Cambridge, Farmer. Oct 25 at

3.15 at Greyhound Inn, Sandy. Jessopp, Bedford Ford, Thomas, Littleover, Derby, Fittor. Oct 25 at 0 at offices of

Hextall, Full st, Derby Foster, William, Birmingham, Licensed Victualler. Oct 19 at 2 at

offices of Docker, Imperial chmbrs, Colmorc row, Birmingham Fox, James, Cleethorpes, Lincoln, Plumber. Oct 21 at 1 at offices

of Summers and Brown, Lock hill chmbrs, CIcethorpe rd, Great


Geary, Edwin, Cannock, Stafford, Dentist. Oct 20 at 11 at offices of

offices of Duignan and Co, the Bridge, Walsall Gilbertson, Richard, Liverpool, out of business. Oct 25 at 3 at office

of Nordon, Victoria st, Liverpool' Graham, George, Carlisle, Engineer. Oct 25 at 11 at offices of Dobin

son and Watson, Bank st, Carlislo Greaves, John, Farsley, near Leeds, Coal Merchant. Oct 24 at 3 at

offices of Lodge and Rhodes, Park row, Leeds Green, Hannah, Austerfield, York, Blacksmith. Oct 22 at 1 at Ram

Inn, High st, Doncaster. Machen Hall, Matthew, Bramley, near Leeds, Wholesale Clothier. Oct 21 at

11 at offices of Lowrey, South parade, Leeds. Turner and Hewson,

Hartley, Thomas, Wakefield, York, Butcher. Oct 24 at 3 at offices

of Lodge, Townhall chmbrs, King st, Wakefield Henderson, John, Ramsgate, Kent, Hotel Proprietor. Oct 25 at 2 at

offices of Linklater and Co, Walbrook Hewitt, Samuel, Orlando rd, Clapham, of no occupation. Oct 20 at

3 at offices of Blewitt and Tyler, Gracechurch st Hewitt, John, Stafford, Plumber. Oct 24 at 11 at offices of Rogers

and Jordan, High st, Stourbridge

Holloway, Thomas, Warwick^ place, Brownlow st. Bricklayer. Oct

24 at 3 at offices of Barfleld, Finsbury pavement Humphrey, Joseph, Birmingham, Tailor. Oct 24 at 11 at offices of

Huggius and Mallard, Newhall chmbrs, Newhall st, Birmingham Tiling, William, Little Orwood, Bucks/ Farmer. Oct 27 at 2 at Belt

Hotel, Winslow. Matthews and Wells, Southampton buildings,

Chancery lane

Jenkins, David, Skewan, near Noath, Glamorgan, Grocer. Oct 20 ■

at 11 at offices of Davies, Alma pi, Neath Jones, Thomas, Tredwyn, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Haulier. Oct 24

ab 12 at offices of Davies, Mill st, Pontypridd Lacy, Gilbert, Ludworth, Derby, Licensed Victualler. Oct 23 at 3

at offices of Woodall and Marriott, Norfolk st, Manchester Lake, William, Brixham, Devon, China Dealer. Oct 21 at 11 at

offices of Andrew, Bedford circus, Exeter. Ford, Exeter Lambert, Albert, Hatton Garden, Importer of Watches. Oct 31 at 2

at offices of Mote, Walbrook Leighfleld, Charles, Wootton Bassett, Wilts, Brewer. Oct 21 at 2 at

Queen's Royal Hotel, New Swindon. Eadon, Birmingham Long, John Martin, Renhold, Bedford, Farmer. Oct 21 at 11 at

George Hotel, Bedford. Tebbs Lovell, Ambrose, Montpelier, Bristol, Builder. Oct 21 at 12 at offices

of Benson and Carpenter, Bank chmbrs, Corn st, Bristol Margerifon, Alfred, Sheffield, Slater. Oct 21 ab 1 at offices of Binney

and Co, Queen st chmbrs, Sheffield Marsh, Joseph, Dudley, Worcester, Coal Dealer. Oct 25 at 3 at office*

of Stokes and Hooper, Priory st, Dudley Martin, William, and Daniel Martin, High st, Marylebone, Oheese

mongex-s. Oct 26 at 3 at offices of Underwood and Co, Holles-st,

Cavendish sq

Millward, Margaret, Benjamin Millward, and John Napier, Dudley, Worcester, Builders. Oct 2J at 3.30 at Acorn Hotel, Temple st. Warmington and Thompson, Dudley

Morgan, Walter, Birmingham, Blacksmith. Oct 24 at 12 offices of Coleman and Co, Oolmore row, Birmingham

Moore, William, Clapdale, Clapham cum Nowby, York, Farmer. Oct 25 at 2 at New Inn, Claphhm. Thompson, Bentham. nr Lancaster

Newton, John, Sunderladd, Durham, Tailor. Oct 24 at 11 at offlcos

of Lawson, Villiers st, Sundarland Norton. George, and Tom Goodall, Dewsbury, York, Cloth Fullers.

Oct 21 at 3 at offices of Stapleton. Union st, Dewsbury Omershaw, John, Liverpool, out of business. Oct 21 at 3 at offices

of Quelch, Dale Bt, Liverpool Owen, James Edward, King's Lynn, Norfolk, Coal Dealer. Oct 21

at 12 at offices of Seppings, King st, King"s Lynn Parsons, William, Wisbech St Peter's, Cambridge, Plumber. Oct 24

at 1 at offices of Gaches, Cathedral gateway, Peterborough Patten, John, Bridgnorth, Salop, Limo Merchant. Oct 20 at 11 at

offices of Free, Temple row, Birmingham Pearson, Ralph Thompson, and James Christie, Shoffleld, Printers.

Oct 24 at 3 at offices of Smith and Co, Meeting House lane, Bank:

st, Sheffield

Pedley, William Charles, Birmingham, Wine Merchant. Oct 24 at 12 at offices of Beale and Co, Newhall st, Birmingham

Pentridgo, Frank, Woodford, Essex, Hairdresser. Oct 21 at 3 at offices of Cummins and Co, Cleveland Houso, High rd, Woodford

Reeves, George Harmond, Leicester, out of business. Oct 2S at 3 at offices of James, New st, Leicester

Revill, Albeit, Sheffield, Fruiterer. Oct 20 at 3 at offices of Smith and Co, Meetinghouse lane. Bank st, Sheffield

Riley, John Edward, Moss Side, near Manchester, Grey Cloth Salesman. Nov 2 at 11 at Falstaff Hotel, Market pi, Manchester. Tremewen, Manchester

Roberts, Lewis, Llanwnda, Pembroke, Farmer. Oct 25 at 11 at offices of Jones, Victoria pi, Haverfordwest

Seddon, Robert, Salford, Manchester, Provision Dealer. Oct 27 at 3 at the Grosvenor Hotel, Deansgate, Manchester. Evans, ManChester

Shelmerdine, Anthony, Trevor, Denbigh, Brick Manufacturer. Oct 21 at 3 at offices of Banner and Co, Orange ct, Cook st, Liverpool. Barrell and Co, Liverpool

Smith, John, Stockton-on-Tees, Confectioner. Oct 21 at 3 at offices of" Hunton and Bolsover, High st, Stockton-on-Tees

Stcggall, Robert, Kirk wood rd.Peckham, Grocer. Oct 24 at 3 at offices of Spencer and Co, Gt James st, Bedford row

Story, James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, Watchmaker. Oct 28 at'l2 at Ridler's Hotel, Holborn. Walpole, Beyton lodge, near Bury St Edmunds

Swan, Henry John, Heme, nr Canterbury, Farmer. Oct 29 at 12 at Fleeco Hotel, Canterbury. Button and Co, Henrietta st, Covent garden

Taylor, Clayton, Leeds, York, Cloth Merchant. Oct 21 at 2 at offices

of Beaumont, East parade, Leeds Temporton, John, Rotherham, York, Grocer, Oct 25 at 11 at offices

of Willis, Bank chmbrs, Wellgato, Rotherham Thomas, George, Tunatall, Stafford, Fish Salesman. Nov 1 at 12 at

offices of Cooper, John st, Tunstall Thorgood, Edward, Reading, Berks, Grocer. Oct 25 at 3 at 18, the

Forbury, Reading. Creed Thorp, Robert, Glengall rd, Isle of Dogs, Baker. Oct 27 at 2 at offico

of Carrit, Fenchurch st Tonner, Henry, Cardiff, Fishmonger. Oct 21 at 12.30 at offices of

Morgan and Co, High st, Cardiff Varly, Thomas Shaw, Slaithwaito, York, Joiner. Oct 28 at 11 at

offices of Bottomley, New st, Huddersfleld Ward, John, jun., Worcester, out of business. Oct 21 at 11 at 1,

An^elst, St Nicholas, Worcester. Hulme Watkins, Simeon Hirst, Brentford, Timber Merchant. Oct 21 at 2

at Cannon st Hotel, Cannon st, in lieu of the place originally


Watson, William, Wedneshury, Stafford, Hotel Keeper. Oct 27 at 11.30 at the Anchor Hotel, Holyhead rd. Sheldon, Wedneabury

Wenborn, Charles William, Archway pi, Highgate Hill, Chandler's shop Keeper. Oct 20 at 4 at 62, Chancery lane. Marshall

Wilson, George, Hanley, out of business. Oct 20 at 12,30 at offices of James, Nelson sq, Newcastlo-undcr-Lymo

"Winstanley, Turner, Hold, Flint, Licensed Victualler. Oct 2* at 3

at offices of Roberta, Mold "Wooll, Georffe, March and Welney, Cambridge, Farmer, Oct 21 at

12 nt Anirel Hoc 1, Peterborough. Webber, Upwell Worsdale, Georjre, Loacrton, Stafford. Greengrocer. Oct 22 at 10.30

at offices of Kent, Chancory-lane, Longton Wragg", Benjamin, Stauton-in-tho Peak, Darby, Parmer. Oct 25 at

12 at Red Lion Hotel, Bakewell. Stacey. Sheffield Yerbury, Robert Allen, 9t Manrarot's tor, Kilburn, Builder. Oct 28 at 2 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Coe, Hart at, Bloonubnry


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ASOLICITOR, admitted January, 1880, who was nrticlcil to a City firm of good standing, desires a Partnership,

or Clerkship with view thereto. Advertiser hns command of some capital.—Address, II. H., at C. H. May & Co.'s General Advertising Offices, 78, Gnicechurch-street.

TO SOLICITORS, BARRISTERS, and Others.— Chancery-lane, 67 and 58 (New Courts Chambers), Offices or Residential Chambers in convenient suites of Rooms in these new and commanding stone-built premises.—Apply Eiwuiry Ofpick on the premises.

WANTED, in a Solicitor's Office in Birmingham, a Ledger and Bill Clerk; n thorough Accountant ; Shorthand Writer preferred.—Apply, with particulars as to age, references, and salary required, to Z , care of Messrs. Parsons & Sons, Law Stationers, 6, waterloo-stroct, Birmingham.

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HAMPTON 8c SONS make NO CHAROR for inserting particulars in their FREE MONTHLY REGISTER of ESTATES, TOWN and COU2- TRY HOUSES. Furniabw! T Unfurnished, or for Sale, to be hed GRATIS at their Othou*. V post-free for two stamps. Published ou the 1st of the xnoata, a: particulars for insertion should be sent not later than five slavys previous to end of preceding month. Valuations for Probate and Transfer. 6urvBVS.

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


This Society will recommence its weekly meetings mi Tuesday Evenings, at the Law Institution, on the 25th October next.

The objocts of the Society are for the discussion of Legal arw! General Questions, the delivery of an address or lecture or the reading of a paper by any one, whether a member of the Society or not. Solicitors, Barristers, and Law Students who have been an cU-1. and Students of the Inns of Court or any of the I'niversiiieF, ara qualified for election. All memlicrs of the Incorporated Law fioewty are Honorary Members. The Society is a corporate member of tto Social Science Association.

Gentlemen desirous of becoming members should r* .-v with the Hon. Secretary, T. B. .napier, 1, Mitro-coart-buiUiiajr*. Temple.



The Course of Instruction in these Classes is speciallv i Students preparing for the LL.B Degree in the Unirerwity London, and for the Indian Civil Service Examinations. Jorwrwxdence—Prof. W. A. Huxtbb, M.A.; Constitutional Law and Hissf-r and English Law—Prof. J. W. Willis Bcsd, M.A., LL.B.; Rr>mar Law—Prof Edmuxd Rodrstsoji. M.A.

Prospectuses may be obtained from the College, W.C.



Will bo published ou 1st December, 1881. Royal 8ro.

ACT, 1681; with Explanatory Notes and Precedent* of—1.
General Forms. 2. Condition** of Sale. 3. Purchase Deeiv 4.
Mortfra^e Deeds, fi. Settlements of Personal Estate, a. Wn'j -*f
Personal Estate. 7. Deeds of Appointment of New Trustee*.
Adapted for use under the Act. Also the Solicitors' Reouungra-.
Ltncoln'a-inn. Barrister-at-Law, and one of the OnnTev»rinr..r
Counsel of the Court, and RICHARD OTTAWAY TURNER. ■/
Linc^ln's-inn, Barrister-at-Law.

London: Wx. Clowes A 8oks. Limited, Law Publishers
27, Fleet-street.

Demy Bvo, cloth, prico l*s.


A' TINIAX. By T. E. HOLLAND. D.C.L., Chicbele Pr.-ifwor i International Law and Diplomacy, and Fellow of All Son's' College, Oifonl; and C. L. SHADWELL, B.C.L, Fellow of Oriel Ojacsr. Oxford.

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CrnRFXT Topics • *. 021

The Practical Effect Op The Conveyancing Act 922

Legislation Of The Yeab 924

Reviews 925

Cobrkspondence •••*•••• * 925

The Brighton Meeting 927

Cases Op The Week

Ind v. Kayler 029

In re The Universities Co-operative Association (Limited).... 029

Carnncho v. Stephenson 929

Hodges v Laing 029

Evans v Digby v 929

Law Students'Jouenal ...5. 930

T.r.f.u, Appointments , 030

Companies • 030

Creditors* Claims 031

Coubt Fapebs 031

London Gazettes, &c.t Ac 932

Public General Statutes.


Ttbiqcb valibus occurras. While Mr. Serjeant Ballantine is understood to be preparing for publication reminiscences of his career, which it is hoped will include a translation of the congratulatory verses in Gnjerati and Marathi which were recited upon his entry to Baroda, we hear that ono of his brethren of the inner bar is engaged upon a metrical version of the Psalms of David.

The Discission at the Brighton meeting on Bills of Sale was particularly well-timed, and the course adopted of formulating in resolutions the opinion of the meeting cannot be too highly commended. We cannot help regretting, however, that the suggestion for the repeal of the 20th section of the Act of 1878 was not adopted. Mr. Daniel, Q.G, in his answer to the Lord Chancellor's circular, put the matter, as it seems to us, in its true light. Under the old law, he said, "the interests of bond fide creditors were to some extent protected in bankruptcy through the operation of the order and disposition dostrine. Under the Act of 1878 that protection has been taken away, and the money-lender under his bill of sale is now absolutely secure, and enables the debtor to set his other creditors at defiance." Mr. Milleb, in his excellent remarks in the course of the discussion at Brighton, affirmed that of the 200 bills of sale which are given in each working day of the year not less than 150 are the result of this 20tli section. What necessity was there to improve the security of a bill of sale, as was done by this section? We print this week a letter from a well-informed and experienced correspondent which seems to us to contain a suggestion well worthy of consideration—viz., that it should be rendered illegal for a trader to grant a bill of sale on stock-in-trade and articles in which he deals in the ordinary course of his trade.

These Seems to be an impression abroad that the case of Debenham v. Mellon (29 W. R, 141, L. B. 6 App. 31), has laid down a principle upon which all questions relating to the authority of the wife to pledge the husband's credit may be readily decided, and we have heard of some rather summary decisions in the county courts based upon that case. It may be worth while to point out that there was really nothing in that case which

fairly entitled the plaintiff to suppose that the wife had authority to pledge the husband's credit except the mere status of marriage, which it is clear is not enough, though the retail tradesman's view always is that it should be. There are, no doubt, cases on the othei side of the line which are abundantly clear. If the husband has done anything in the course of the cohabitation from which it is a fair inference that he knew of and assented to his wife pledging his credit, Bb, for instance, if he allowed her to manage the household and paid debts contracted by her in the course of suoh management, such as debts to butchers, bakers, and grocers, he would be liable for debts of a similar nature; if he paid bills contracted by the wife for clothing he would be liable for debts contracted for clothing; and, in accordance with the general principle of the law of agency, a retractation of the authority would not be effective unless communicated to the tradesmen. Again, assuming a retractation of authority to be material, a jury may, from the conduct of the husband, be oftentimes justified in disbelieving in the existence of such retractation, though alleged. But there are many conceivable cases between the classes which fall well within or well without the line. The sort of case we are imagining is one where there is more than the mere fact of cohabitation, and the wife does manage the establishment, but the husband makes her a sufficient allowance for the expenses of such establishment, and forbids her to pledge his credit beyond such allowance. We should think, iu prudently-managed households, this case is very common. But in such a case every husband knows that things are not actually paid for on delivery. A cortaia credit is always given, even if but a week. The wife, in such a case, acts as the husband's agent in incurring and paying the debts out of the allowance made to her. The tradesman, no doubt, would in such a case debit the husband with the goods, and would receive payment from the wife as the agent of the husband. Suppose, after this course of dealing has gone on for some time, a debt is incurred which the wife does not defray out of the allowance given to her by the husband, having spent that on some other purpose. Would, in such a case, proof of the real circumstances as between the husband and wife be a defence to an aotion against the husband? We do not think the case quite clear, though, from much that is said, especially by Lord Blackburn, in Debenham v. Mellon, it would seem that the answer ought to be in the affirmative. But applying the ordinary principles of the law of principal and agent to the question, it does not seem free from doubt. Suppose a principal were to employ aa agent to conduct a business in his name, giving him a certain sum for expenses, but forbidding him to pledge his principal's credit beyond that sum, could the principal thus shield himself from liability? It may be that the case of a business of which the principal takes the profit is different. It might be urged, however, that the husband having allowed the wife to do acts importing a general authority to manage the household, could not affect the tradesman who gave credit on the strength of such appearance of authority by a private arrangement with the wife in limitation of such authority unknown to the tradesman. On the whole, it seems to us that the case of Debenham v. Mellon may perhaps have still left open various nice questions on the law with respeot to this subject.

Our ooKBESPONDBNT, Mr. John Hushes, whose letter we printed last week, has returned to the charge. He

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