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section 13, he will not be able to call for the title to reconvey. He may refuse. After the Act he is also bound the leasehold reversion ; but the intending lessor who to transfer. He may, in like manner, refuse, and the has a leasehold interest must show his own title- money can be tendered with the same result. The that is, the title to his own lease, which of course he remedy in both cases is a vesting order. Your critic has, or ought to have, in his own power-contrà as to need not be so very solicitous about "liberty of the intending lessor who has a freehold interest. He subject.” It is not going to be interfered with. need not, under the Vendor and Purchaser Act, 1874, Again, p. 871, the section may be “evaded by the show his freehold title, this being in accordance with the mortgagee going into possession pro formâ, and custom,
immediately going out again.” What is going into By way of Parthian arrow, and without shifting my possession pro forma ? Is it anything else than going ground, but only citing another out of what seem to me into possession simply? And what are the liabilities of many illustrations of the same thing in the Act, can you a mortgagee who goes out again without consent of the fairly say, with reference to the 8th section, for example, owners of the equity of redemption ?- Bank of Austrawhich applies to “sales made" after the commencement lasia v. Hand-in-Hand Company (L, R. 4 App. Cas. of the Act, and entitles a purchaser to have the execution 391). of the conveyance attested by his own solicitor, that Paper No. 3, p. 885, as to section 4, says, “We may the section could have any application at all after the
remark that estate means primâ facie a legal estate. completion of the sale ? I confess it seems to me that if
An equitable estate, so called, was a mere right. Is it the section applies to a “sale made," a "sale made" certain that an equitable fee, the legal estate being out-' must mean a sale not completed, inasmuch as at the standing, would be within this section ?" It is quite moment of applying the section the sale is ex hypothesi certain. It is not within the section, nor is it not completed, the conveyance not being as yet executed
required to be. A purchaser having a contract, and or its execution attested, and it is conceivable that a sale
having paid his money and accepted the title, what your might nevec get to completion, and yet be a sale to critic calls “a mere right” is immediately, under the which the section applies, and therefore a “sale made." ordinary principles of equity, transferred to the purchaser.
JOHN HUGHES. He can get the legal fee by conveyance from the person 20, Threadneedle-street, E.C., October 26.
in whom it is outstanding. This person and the executor (We congratulate our correspondent upon his conver
can make a complete title now. There is no necessity to sion. With regard to his “Parthian arrow," we must
resort to this section. Your critic fails to see that the once more gently point out that he is shooting quite
whole difficulty is to get the legal estate when it is wide of the mark. We declined, so far as regards the
devised in settlement, and this the section provides for. meaning of the word sale, tu interpret section 3 by refer.
I need not go further, nor describe the rest of the ence to other sections of the Act, because section 3 con
criticism (all of the same sort) by its true name. I have tains a special interpretation clause of its own specifically
said enough to show that the writer is not perfect either dealing with that word, of which the terms seem par.
in power of accurately reading the Queen's printers' type ticularly well adapted to exclude all other sources of
or in knowledge of equitable principles, and I think he interpretation derived from the Act. Instead of referring
should not be allowed to mislead your readers. At least us to some more of these other sources, which we refused
he might spare his coarse abuse of others who, with by anticipation to admit, he ought rather to have ap
perhaps equal imperfections, have at least devoted an plied himself to remove the ground of our refusal.
amount of trouble of which he has not dreamt and ED. S. J.]
appears incapable, to compensate for those imperfections.
· EDWARD P. WOLSTENHOLME,
2, Stone-buildings, October 24. [To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.]
[We have hesitated, from regard to Mr. WolstenSir,- In the early part of this year your journal con- holme's high professional reputation, about printing the tained some very useful and proper observations on Lord last paragraph of his letter, which comes much nearer to Cairns' Conveyancing Act. I think it is only fair to the offence of “coarse abuse” than anything which we both the professions that you should, by insertion of this have written. We utterly deny that there can be adletter, point out that the recent criticism on the same duced a single passage from any of our articles which Act which you have inserted is not of a similar character. any rational being, except himself, would think deserye I will give a few instances.
ing of such an epithet. Paper No. 1 (p. 859), as to section 17 of the Act, says: (1.) With regard to Mr. Wolstenholme's criticisms, “This is emphasised by the crudeness of construction we have at the beginning to thank him for having which, having in the first line relied upon the interpreta. corrected us upon one very elight particular. He tion clause [of mortgagor) in the fourth line, makes must make the most of this solitary admission; for we specific mention of persons claiming through the are not able to make any others of a similar kind. It is mortgagor."
quite true that in a verbal criticism of section 17 of the The fourth line makes no such mention. The words | Act we confused together the two expressions “persons are, “any person through whom ho [the mortgagor] claiming through the mortgagor," and “any person claims.” The crudeness appears to be in your critic, who through whom he claims ;” and Mr. Wolstenholme is cannot see the difference between “a person claiming entitled to our gratitude for clearing our eyes. through A." and a " person through whom A. claimy." Whether there was any confusion or other want of The further remarks on the same section confound clearness in our account of the two things, styled by Mr. tacking of debts and consolidation of mortgages. It was | Wolstenholme, “tacking of debts” and “consolidation not intended to abolish tacking, nor could it be safely of mortgages,” we shall leave the readers of our article done as to mortgage debts, and there is no suficient on that subject to judge. Even granting that those reason for preventing a bond debt being tacked to a designations are the most proper to describe the things, mortgage debt.
how can we justly be charged with confusion, when we Paper No. 2, p. 871, as to section 15 of the Act, says, explained, in the clearest possible language, what was “ No penalty is provided in case of refusal” (to transfer). | the precise nature of each of the things--giving the cases Certainly pot. Is there any penalty in case of refusal and stating the principles upon which each doctrine to reconvey ? No. Both are put on the same footing. | depended ? But we do not at all admit that Mr. WolThe amount due is tendered, if not received, interest stenholme's language is so correct as our own. In stops. If received, the mortgagor” (sic.- we suppose our opinion, the term “tacking" is more properly our correspondent intended to write “mortgagee"] • is a confined to those cases in which separate charges upon the trustee of the legal estate. Now he is only bound to same property are tacked to the legal estate; and the
term “consolidation" is properly confined to those cases
SHERIFFS AND THEIR OFFICERS. in which the right to redeem is refused to a mortgagor, except upon condition of his performing some duty other
[To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.] than discharging the whole of the sums secured upon the Sir,- Although at the last meeting of the Court of land comprised in his mortgage. What Mr. Wolsten Common Council the notice of motion standing in my holme calls “tacking of debts" comes within this last name relating to this matter was unexpectedly reached principle in a manner closely analogous to that in which and withdrawn in consequence of my not having received what he calls “ consolidation of mortgages" comes within all the statistics with which I expect to be furnished, it. Upon what principle of good faith does he make yet, on the same day, I gave notice of a resolution in the mere fact that he likes to use one kind of language, similar terms, which I shall move at the meeting to be while we like to use another, a ground for pretending held next week, unless the court should determine to that we did not know wbat we were talking about when deal with the important question of the Fish Supply of we used our own language ?
the Metropolis, which cannot be postponed (2.) As to Mr. Wolstenholme's remarks about “ Paper I have no intention whatever of allowing the matter to No. 2, p. 871,” we said that, on a refusal to re. drop, and, indeed, the evidence which I have already convey, the mortgagee ought to have been declared received of the serious difficulties which some sheriffs by the Act a trustee, and the court empowered to officers place in the way of the recovery of moneys effect the transfer by a vesting order. Mr. Wolsten
received by them is 80 serious and extraordinary, that holme now says, in effect, that this power does exist. I could not, if I would, abandon the matter, notwith. There is not a word about it in the Act, and we could standing the pressure which in some quarters has been hardly desire stronger evidence that the power ought, as put upon me to do so. we said, to have been expressly given by the Act, instead One eminent firm of City solicitors informs me that in of being, at this late hour, established solely by Mr. the country it is the rule rather than the exception for Wolstenholme's ipse dixit.
the officer to detain the plaintiff's moneys, or, worse still, (3.) We are always happy to disseminate information ;
to arrange with debtors without authority. They add and it gives us great pleasure to tell Mr. Wolstenholme,
that in one case the officer detained the proceeds of a at his request, the meaning of “going into possession
sale, under a fi. fa., for nearly three months, and the pro forma." It means, going into possession, not for
money was only recovered under pressure; and in an. the purpose of acting as mortgagee in possession, but
other case this same officer deducted the rent from the only formally and for the purpose of acquiring the im-,
levy and kept the landlord out of the money for many munity thereby to be acquired by virtue of section 15,
W.J. FRASER. sub-section (2). Our readers will remember our suggestion
October 26. that section 15, sub-section (1), might be evaded if the mortgage deed contained a stipulation that the mortgagee should be allowed to go into possession and immediately
[To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.} go out again. They may then wonder how Mr. Wolsten Sir,-Referring to the letters in your columns, why do holme's inquiry about the consequences of going out of not your numerous correspondents do as we do? possession without consent of the owners of the equity of Directly we know that the sheriff's officer has the money, redemption, has anything to do with the matter. The we write one letter for payment, and at the expiration very object of our proposed stipulation would, of course, of two clear days, we issue a writ against the sheriff, not be to secure the needful consent.
the officer, and, in a day or two at the utmost, we receive (4.) The most marvellous part of Mr. Wolstenholme's the debt and the costs of the writ to our extreme satiscriticisms is his remarks upon “ Paper No. 3, p. 885,"
Alsop, Maxx, & Co. which culminate in the observation-"He [i.e., the pur
October 26. chaser of an equitable fee) can get the legal fee by conveyance from tho person in whom it is outstanding. This person and the executor can make a complete title now."
STAMP DUTY. Are we seriously to understand that, on a contract for the
[To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.]. sale of an equitable fee, if the vendor should die before com- | Sir, I sball be glad if one of your readers can inform pletion, Mr. Wolstenholme would advise a client to accept me what is the correct stamp duty payable in the followa conveyance from the trustee of the legal estate and the ing cases :executor, as the law stands now, without making the (a.) A marriage settlement in the form of a covenant heir-at-law a party? We confess that we should not be by the intended husband, the settlor, to pay to the trusprepared to advise in this sense ; and Mr. Dart seems to tees £5,000 at the expiration of one month from the be somewhat of the same opinion. “ It has been held," solemnization of the marriage, to be held upon the trusts he says, “ that where the vendor of an equitable estate of the settlement. dies before completion, his heirs are necessary parties to (6.) A marriage settlement consisting of a covenant by the conveyance" (V. & P. 256).
the settlor to lay out £1,000 in the purchase of honse. We fear Mr. Wolstenholme must bring himself to
hold furniture, within one year from the solemnization “go" a good deal “further," if he wishes the public to of the marriage, such furniture, when purchased, to believe that he has demolished our criticisms. He has become thereupon subject to the trusts of the settleconvicted us of nothing but one trifling verbal confusion, ment. not in the slightest degree affecting our argument.
(c.) A settlement similar to (7.), except that the covenAnd since, in his own letter, he has obviously confused
ant is that the furniture, when purchased, shall be
ant is that the furniture, when pur “mortgagor" with “ mortgagee," we may hope that he assigned to the trustees upon the trusts of the settlement. does not look upon such slips, to which all of us are October 24,
INQUIRER. liable, as mortal sins. He will find by the letter which we print elsewhere, that, so far from our “misleading” our readers, a correspondent who was reduced to THE SOLICITORS' REMUNERATION ACT. outer darkness by the study of Mr. Wolstenholme's legislative compositions, has, by our efforts, been brought
[To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.) to a knowledge of the truth. -Ed. S. J.).
Sir -The Incorporated Law Society will have a prominent voice in fixing the scale of fees to be allowed under this Act. As the members of the council are chiefly partners in large firms dealing principally with matters involving heavy amounts, in which a small per.
centage will pay extremely well, may I venture to remind them that there are many general practitioners whose business consists of matters involving small amounts, and to trust that the percentage fixed shall be such as will render these small matters at least remuuerative.
was no real ground for the plaintiff's delay. If the court were to relax the rule in this case, it would be cited as a precedent for relaxing it in other cases of the same kind, Accordingly the appeal was dismissed with costs.SOLICITORS, Taylor, Hoare, g. Taylor ; Stooken y Jupp.
PRACTICE-ACCIDENT--ACTION FOR DAMAGES-PARCHANGE OF NAME.
TICULARS-MANAGER OF BUSINESS-ORDER FOR FURTHER
AND BETTER PARTICULARS.--In an action of Varney and [To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.]
Wife v. The North Metropolitan Tramways Company, also Sir, I should feel much obliged if any of your before Cave and Kay, JJ., sitting as a divisional court, on readers can inform me what the necessary steps are the 22nd inst., which was an action for damages through an incidental to changing a person's name by deed poll, and accident to the female plaintiff on the defendants' line, an where I can find a form of such a deed. SPERO. order had been made by Master Sir F. Pollock, upon the October 22.
defendants' application for particulars, “that the plaintiff Varney do deliver to the defendants an account of the particulars of the losses mentioned in the statement of claim." The first particular was for the expenses of nursing and
medical expenses, £7 178. 6d., which was not disputed, CASES OF THE WEEK.
Another wes, “ damages for pain and suffering of Mrs.
Varney," and loss consequent upon her being incapacitated MARRIED WOMAN — TENANT FOR LIFE-CONVEYANCE- by the accident from following ber avocation as manageress DISPENSING WITH HUSBAND'S CONCURRENCE - RECEIPT OF of her husband's business, which was that of a grocer; but PURCHASE-MONEY-FINES AND RECJVERIES Act (3 & 4 | no sum was stated, and the defendants submitted that some WILL. 4, c. 74), 8. 91.-In a case of In re Piper, before estimate should be inserted, so that they might judge of Cave and Kay, JJ., sitting as a divisional court, on the 22nd | the reasonableness of the claim. An application for inst., an application was made under section 91 of the Fines further and better particulars having been refused by the and Recoveries Act (3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 74), by Mrs. Piper, a master, the defendants appealed to Kay, J., in chammarried woman, for an order dispensing with her husband's bers, who refused to vary the master's order. The defend. concurrence in the conveyance of certain freehold land of ants then appealed to the Divisional Court. The Court which she was tenant for life. By the will of her father, said the defendants were entitled to have further and who died in 1862, the property bad been devised to her for better particulars of the losses alleged to have arisen from life, with remainder to ber children. In 1866 Mrs. Piper the incapacity of the female plaintiff to act as manageress was deserted by her husband, and she was now living apart of her husband's business. There could be no difficuliy in from him. A contract having been entered into for ihe sale stating such particulars, as, for instance, the actual losses of the fee simple of the property by Mrs. Piper and her in the business, or the extra expenses incurred in consechildren, Mrs. Piper moved to have her husband's con quence of the plaintiff being deprived of his wife's services. currence in the convevance of her life estate digdensed with | The appeal was therefore allowed. —SOLICITORS, H. C. Godunder the above section, which provides that, if a busband | fray; C. F. B. Birchall. shall be living apart from his wife from any caus, it shall be lawful for the Court of Common Pleas (now merged in
PRACTICE-INSPECTION OF BOOKS, ORDER FOR_INSPECthe Queen's Bench Division), upon the application of the
TION BY NOMINEB OP BOTH. PARTIES.-In a case of Head wife, to dispense with the concurrence of the husband in
v. Willey, also before Cave and Kay, JJ., sitting as a divi. any case in which his concurrence is required by the Act.
sional court, on the 22nd inst., Kay, J., bad made an order Evidence in support of the motion having been read, the
in chambers giving the plaintiff leave to inspect the COURI made the order as asked, observing that Mrs. Piper
defendant's books "by a person to be agreed upon by the would be entitled to receive and give a discharge for the parties, or, if not agreed upon, then by a person to be appurchase money in respect of her life estate.-SOLICITORS, pointed by the master.” The plaintiff' then moved to vary Houghton f Byfield.
the order by striking out the words quoted, on the
ground that he should have liberty to inspect by him. PRACTICE-APPEAL FROM MASTER-TIME FOR. ENLARGE.
self or by his owo accountant or nominee, with whom he MENT OF-RULES OF COURT, 1875, ORD. 54, R. 4; ORD. 57,
could consult, and that otherwise the order for inspection R. 6.-In an action of Dennett v. Bull, also before Cave and
would be useless to him, The COURT expressed itself upable Kay, JJ., sitting as a divisional court, on the 22nd inst.,
to see how any reasonable objection could be made to the a motion was made by the plaintiff to set aside an order
order as it stood. It would be unreasonable for the plaintiff made in chambers by Kay, J., dismissing a summons for
to send down an accountant or other nominee of his own to appeal from an order by Master Sir F. Pollock. The
inspect the defendant's books without giving the defendant plaintiff was & sub-contractor under the defendants,
the opportunity of objecting to the person who might be sent. Messrs. Bull, the contractors for building the Royal Courts
The motion was therefore dismissed with costs.-SOLICITORS, of Justice, and the action was to recover the amount of the
Clarke & Son ; Layton f Jaques. sub-contract. An order having been made by the master at chambers on September 13 last, an appeal summons to the judge under Rules of Court, 1875, ord. 54, r. 4, was JURISDICTION-LORD Mayor's COURT-CONFLICTING taken out by the plaintiff on the 17th, but was not heard EVIDENCE-PROHIBITION.-In an action of Druiff v. Wood, until the 22nd, the day for which it was made returnable. also before Cave and Kay, JJ., sitting as a divisional court, It appeared that the summons might have been taken out on tbe 22nd inst., which was for the recovery of a sun of immediately after the decision, and heard by the judge on £8, being the value of goods sold by the plaintiff to the the 14th. The counsel for the plaintiff submitted that as defendant, the main question in dispute between the parties the appeal sommons had been taken out before the expira. was as to which of them was liable for the carriage of the tion of the four days from the date of the master's deci goods, and upon this point conflicting affidavits had been sion, under ord. 54, r. 4, the fact of its not being re filed. Williams, J., having, upon the application of the deturnable until after the expiration of the four days was fendant, granted a probibition against proceeding with the immaterial : Gibbons v. The London Financial Association action in the Lord Mayor's Court, the plaintiff moved (L. R. 4 C. P. D. 263); Collins v. Vestry of Paddington before the Divisional Court to set aside the order. The (L. R. 5 Q. B. D. 368); that the rule should not be COURT held that there was jurisdiction in the Lord Mayor's applied strictly, and that the court had power to enlarge Court to decide upon the evidence which was absolutely the time, under ord. 57, r. 6. The Court said that conflicting, and that jurisdiction could not be interfered the rule required the appeal not only to be brought, but with. The appeal was therefore allowed, and the order of to be heard within the four days, unless good ground prohibition set aside.-SOLICITORS, H. H. Myers ; Wright & were shown for relief. The decision having been given on Palley. September 13, the appeal summons might have been put into the paper for hearing on the 14th, so that there. I
RY, GEORGE, Penge, Surrey, Gent. Nov 5. Cooper and
Walker, Billiter st
Murton, George, Lytham, Lancaster, Bleacher, Nov 8. Holden
and Holden, Boston
NORCLIFFE, HENRY, Langton Hall, York, Gent. Nov 13. Newton MR, WILLIAM SALE.
and Co, York Mr. William Sale, solicitor, the senior partner of the firm NorCLIFFE, HUGH, Langton Hall, York, Esq. Nov 12. Newton and of Sale, Seddon, Hilton, & Lord, of Manchester, died at
Co, York Brighton on the 13th inst. Mr. Sale was born at Atherstone,
Nort, John, Henwick, Worcester, Gent. Nov 8. Spencer Thorn,
Worcester in Warwickshire, in the year 1808. His father, Mr. George
PEARCE, JOAN ALFRED, Chantry, Aveton Gifford, Devon, Esq. Nov Sale, was a wholesale draper there, and was well known in 5. Andrews, Modbury Manchester, to which fact no doubt bis son's settlement in PHIPP, CHARLES Herby, Kempsford, Gloucester, Farmer. Nov 1. that city, after his admission, was largely due. It was about Wilmot, Fairford tbe year 1831 that Mr. Sale commenced practice there, and
RATCLIFFE, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Blackheath, Kent, Gent. Jan 6.
Bolton and Co, Temple gdns, Temple he soon acquired an extensive business. In 1839 he took Mr. RIDPATI, GEORGE, Finchley New rd, Hampstead, Esq. Nov 7. Edward Worthington into partnersbip, and in 1846 Mr. Ridpath, Finchley New rd R. M. Shipman, both of whom are now dead. It was as a
Smith, HENRY, Dover st, Southwark, Saddler. Jan 11, Weymouth,
Essex st, Strand commercial lawyer that Mr. Sale became chiefly known. He SMITH, MARY Ann, High st, Islington. Nov 10. Sawbridge, Milk was remarkable for acuteness and rapid perception, and st, Cheapside enjoyed a reputation which was not confined to Manchester TASKER, MATTHIAS, Upholland, nr Wigan, Lancaster, Farmer, Nov and the neighbouriog districts, or even to England; and he
5. Barrow and Cook, St Helen's
TAYLOR, GEORGE, Marple, Chester, Music Seller. Nov 22. Sutton was remarkable for the tact with which he settled disputes and Elliott, Manchester without resort to courts of law. The important position of THORNELL, WILLIAM ROLPA, Standon, Hertford. Nov 26. Richard. legal adviser to the Anti-Corn Law League doriog its pro.
sons and Foxwell, Great Hadham lodged agitation was held by bim, and the duties of the office
WHITEHEAD, THOMAS, Burnley, Lancaster, Plumber. Dec .
Haworth and Broughton, Accrington were discharged in a manner which tended materially to help
[Gazette, Oct. 11.] the cause for which the League existed. The extension of ABBOTT, WILLIAM JOHN, Great College st, Camden Town, Iron. the county franchise by the purchase of freehold properties, monger. Dec 1. Underwood, Chancery lane and the sub-division of the same into freehold interests of
BARRON, ELIZA, St. Leonard's on-Sea. Nov 15. Stubbs, John st,
Bedford row not less than forty shillings per annum, with the object of
BECKETT, George, Moston, Chestor, Farmer. Jan 1. Byzoti, controlling the county elections, was a suggestion of Mr. Middlewich Sale's, which was adopted by the League and was i
BORRINGHAM, LUCY, Louth, Lincoln. Dec 14. Bell and Ingoldby, advocated with great ability by his brother-in-law,
BOULDEN, JOHN TONGE, Townshend rd, Marylebone, Gent. Yov 28. the late Mr. Richard Cobden, and was extensively acted Fisher and Carter, Old Jewry chmbre upon, and the votes thus created, though their validity Cass, Thomas, Laurel villas, Tottenham, Builder. Nov 25. Mills was questioned at the time, were sustained in the revision
and Co, Brunswick pl, City rd
OHANDLER, EDWARD HEXRY, Albany st, courts, and in the Court of Common Pleas on appeal. For 1. Burton and Co, Lincoln's inn fields many years Mr. Sale acted as legal adviser to the Liberal CLAYDON, Ann, Alderney st, Pimlico. Nov 28. Abrahams and Co, candidates for the city of Manchester, and for the Southern
Bedford row Division of the county of Lancaster, and was able in that
Cowper, GEORGE, Windsor. Nov 10. Cooper and Walker, Biliter capacity to render valuable aid to the Liberal party. He was ESTRIDGE, Rev. Join Julius, Puncknoll, Dorset. Nov 13. Jones, also solicitor to several of the largest banking houses in
Trowbridge Manchester. A severe illness which he had in 1876, when
FARHALL, HARRIETTE Price, Maidenhead, Berks. Nov 12. Jarvis
and Triscott, Chancery lane he was in his sixty-eighth year, led to his retiring from the
FELL, GEORGE, Paulton's square, Chelsea, Gent. Nov 21. Feil, more onerous duties of his practice, and he had lived at Gray's inn rd Brighton since the early part of 1878. Shortly before he left
HEPWORTH, JOSEPH, Batley, York, Yeoman. Oct 29. Law, Batley
JOHNSTONE, ELIZABETI, Heavitree, nr Exeter. Dec 6. Burgoynes Manchester Mr. Sale's numerous friends invited him to sit for
and Co, Oxford st his portrait to the celebrated artist, Mr. Ouless. The portrait is | JOHNSTONE, WILLIAM, Honiton, Esq. Dec 6. Burgoynes and Co, one of the most successful products of that artist's easel, and
Oxford st largely contributed to establish bis reputation. The picture
LEWIS, CHARLES TERRELL, Ibsley, Exeter, Esq. Dec 31. Syms and
Son, Furnival's inn hangs in the Clarendon Club, Manchester, with wbich Mr. | MARSH, JANE, Chepstow, Monmonth. Nov 12. Wragge and Co, Sale was connected, and of which he was president up to tbe | Birmingham time of his death. Being considered one of Mr. Ouless's
MARSH, JOHN FITCHETT, Chepstow, Monmouth, Gent. Sov, 12.
Wragge and Co, Birmingham best works, it was sent to the Paris Exhibition of 1878 by
It was sent to the Paris Exhibition of 1878 by PARKER, GEORGE JOIN, Sydney, New South Wales, Surgeon. Nor special request of the Prince of Wales. Mr. Sale was twice 12. Donnithorne and Ewer, Gracechurch st married. His wife who survives him, was the sister of Mr.
PATRICK, Edwix, Oxford, Builder. Nov 26. Hazel and Baines,
Oxford Richard Cobden. Mr. Sale's conspicuous talents and un
Robson, John, South Shields, Block Maker. Nov 12. Adamson, failing kindness attached his clients to him with bonds of North Shields personal regard and affection. He was esteemed by all more
Rome, Richard, Skipton, York, Tea Dealer. Nor 1. Cragz. as a friend than as a lawyer, and bis death has caused
SEYMOUR, GEORGE, Montpelier rd, Peckham. Nov 25. Mills, City uoiversal regret in Manchester and the neighbourhood, and rd amongst a numerous circle who, to use the words of an SMITH, CAROLINE, Ramsbury, Wilts. Nov 17. Rowland, Raze. eminent London solicitor, looked upon him as one of the
bury landmarks of the profession.
UPPLEBY, MARY Ann, Scarborough, Nov 27. Moody and Co,
[Gazaio, Oct. 14 CHAMBERLAIN, HENRY Taylor, Bristol, Merchant. Nor 3.
Dec 16. Plummer and Fielding, Canterbury
DOxIST HORPE, ELIZABETI, Prince's Park, Liverpool. Dec 14 Sene CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 25. !
and Co, Liverpool LAST DAY OF CLAIM.
DYBELL, ROBERT, Bungay, Suffolk, Gent. Dec 15. Smith, Banat
GASKIN, WILLIAM, Wellington, Salop, General Dealer. Vor L. BONFIELD, JOHN, Crawley, Chardstock, Dorset, Wheelwright. Nov Carrane, Wellington 14. Clarke and Lukin, Chard
East Dereham, Norfolk, Gent. Xor 16. CHARLTON, MICHAEL, York, Gent. Nov 19. Holtby, York
Hunnybun and Sons, Huntingdon
Inge, Rev GEORGE, Thorpe Constantine, Stafford. Nov 12 CRANRE, THOMAS, Fillongley, Warwick, Gent. Nov 16. Twist and
ley and Co, Birmingham Sons, Coventry
LEES, EDWARD, Waterloo Crosby, nr Liverpool, Gent. Dec 24 Alen. EATON, HENRY, Radcliffe, Lancaster, Surveyor. Nov 8. Holden and Co, Manchester and Holden, Bolton
Lovatt, GEORGE HARRY, New Cross rd, Hop Merchant. Vor 2. GAUNT, JOIX, Hampstead rd, Pork Butcher, Dec 1. Child, Paul's Allen and Edwards, Old Jewry Bakehouse ct, Doctors' commons
Lucas, Isaac, Presbury, Chester, Auctioneer. Oct 30. Lacas, AarGREENHOUSE, JAMES, Leominster. Hereford, Saddler, Nov 4. I andra rd, Hill, Southampton Woodhouse, Leominster
MALIN, SOPHIA LYDIA, Banbury, Oxford. Nov 15. Birch, Thar HALFORD, Joseph, Studley rd, Clapham rd, Gent. Nov 17. Cham. Morris, Joan, Lambeth rd, Gent. Nov 19. Lewis and Sons, WSpion and Co, Ironmonger lane
mington 8g, Clerkenwell HANDFORTI, LUCY, Cheadle, Manchester. Nov 30. Ward, Willen. | NOBLE, BENJAMIN, Brighouse, York, Silk Spinner. Dec 15. Chas. hall, nr Wolverhampton
I bers and Chambers, Brighouse
Houghton, CHARLES JAMES, Hastings, Sussex, Carpenter. Dec 1.
Ingle and Co, Threadneedlest JOHNSON, JOHN, York, Gent. Dec 28. Atlay Shaftoe, York LAWTON, THOMAS, Aston, nr Birmingham, Brass Founder. Dec 20.
Jelf, Birmingham LEACH, John, Leverington, Cambridge, Gent. Dec 10. Fraser and
Wright, Wisbech Love, Jonx, Copthill, nr Banstead, Surrey, Gent. Dec 21. Claye
and Son, Manchester MORRIS, HENRY WILLIAM, Rock Island, Skibboreen, Cork, Gent,
Jan 1. Minshalls and Parry Jones, Oswestry MOZLEY, CHARLES, Granville pl, Portman sp, Esq. Dec 20. Mozley,
Philpot lane Nelson, John, Wallsend, Northumberland, Gent. Nov 19.
Mabane and Graham, South Shields ORMEROD, David, the elder, Elland, Halifax, Flock Dealer. Nov
27. Foster and Co, Halifax Rains, STEPHEN WALTER, Sydenham, Retired Commissary. Dec 1.
Chenery, Fish st hill, London RICHES, SAMUEL, Uxbridge rd, Shepherd's Bush, Licensed Vic
tualler. Dec 1. Stollard and Whitting, South Molton st ROBERTS, ISRAEL, Stanningley, nr Leeds, Cloth Manufacturer. Nov
28. Booth and Co, Leeds ROBINSON, Paul, Sedgley, Stafford, Coal Master. Dec 1. Manby
and Son, Wolverhampton SHEPPARD, SAMUEL, Birmingham, Brass Founder. Dec 1. Hawkins,
Birmingham SMITH, SUSANNA, Flixton, Lancaster. Nov 22, Wood and Co, Man.
chester SWANWICK, SARAH, Chester. Nov 30. Darbishire and Tatham,
Manchester Taylor, Joun, Oldham, Lancaster, Cotton Spinner. Nov 8.
Mellor, Oldham THOMPSON, CHARLES, Park sq East, Regent's pk. Nov 6. Lumley
and Lumley, Conduit st, Bond st TUFFT, Anx, Brompton rd. Dec 1. Manby and Son, WolverhampVIDLER, CHARLES, Milton next Gravesend, Kent, Gent. Dec 31.
Chester, Newington Butts WATSON, SARAH, Over Wallop, Southampton. Nov 31. Hatchett
Jones, Mark lane Wilson, ELIZABETH, Southsea, Southampton. Dec 1, Edgcombe
and Co, Portsea WITHINGTON, Henry, Bury, Lancaster, Tailor. Nov 26. Grundy, Bury
[Gazette, Oct. 25.]
PACKER, CHARLES, Streatham, Surrey. Nov 18. Lawrance and Co,
Old Jewry chmbrs PITT, JOSEPH, Brixton rd. Nov 7. Parker, Bedford row BOBSON, JOHN, South Shields, Block and Mast Maker. Nov 12.
Adamson, North Shields RYLAND, JANE, Edgbaston, Birmingham. Dec 12. Sanders and
Co, Birmingham SAWREY, JOIN, Broughton in Furness, Lancaster, J.P., D.L. Nov
25. Bowlings and Co, Essex st, Strand SILL, NICHOLAS, Southport, Lancashire, Gent. Nov 19. Jevons and
Co, Liverpool SXITH, ANN, Cambridge st, Pimlico. Nov 17. Fallows and Brown,
Lancaster pl, Strand SMYTH, WILLIAM RICHARD, Earl Soham, Grocer's Clerk. Dec 1.
Ling, Framlingham STEAD, EDMUND, Manston Hall, nr Leeds, Esq. Dec 1. Simpson
and Burrell, Leeds TAYLOR, John, Derby, Kotel Keeper. Nov 30. Bennett and Co,
Buxton WADDINGTON, JOSHUA, Brighouse, York, Esq. Dec 15. Chambers
and Chambers, Brighouse WHITEHEAD, ANNE, Owlerton, Sheffield. Nov 1. Broomhead and
Co, Sheffield VICKMAN, ELIZABETH JANE PETHERICK, Buxton, Derby. Dec 1.
Newman, Liverpool WINTER, WILLIAM WAKEFORD, North Bersted, Sussex, Farmer.
Deo 1. Harvie, Bognor WILSON, JOHN WILLIAM, Stoneville, Greenville, Washington County, U.S. Dec 31. Jones and Middleton, Chesterfield
[Gazette, Oct. 18.] AGAR, JOHN, Bristol, Gent. Nov 19. Perham, Bristol ARUNDEL, RICHARD, Stanley, Wakefield, York, Innkeeper. Dec 1.
Barratt and Senior, Wakefield ASHWORTH, JOSEPH,'Stansfield, Halifax, York, Yeoman, Nov 14.
Jubb and Booth, Halifax ATKINSON, THOMA's, Millom, Cumberland, Yeoman, Nov 14. Butler,
Broughton-in-Furness Casson, Anx, Broughton in Furness. Nov 14. Butler, Broughton
in Furness DRINKWATER, ELIZABETH MARIA, Wallington, Surrey. Nov 1.
Woodrooffe, New sa, Lincoln's inn Duny, ROBERT, Potovens, nr Wakefield, Rope Manufacturer. Dec
1. Barratt and Senior, Wakefield EXLEY, GEORGE, Worsbrough Dale, nr Barnsley, York, Saddler.
Nov 22, Horsfield, Barnsley
Wright and Haseall, Leamington
and Co, King st, Finsbury sq KAMNETT, WILLIAM, Little Hulton, Lancaster, Farmer. Nov 14.
Marlow and Dixon, Manchester KAWKINS, THOMAS, Bristol, Surgeon. Nov 30. Salt and Parnell,
Bristol HAYNES, RICHARD, Tredington, Worcester, Shoemaker. Nov 19.
Hancock and Hiron, Shipston on Stour MAY, HERBERT HENRY, Market Harborough, Leicester, Draper. Oct
4. Cave, Market Harborough KICHOLSON, JOHN, Newcastle upon Tyne, Retired Licensed Vic.
tualler, Nov 30. Allan and Davies, Newcastle upon Tyne PENFOLD, ANNA MARIA, Preston, nr Brighton, Nov 22. Barker and · Son, Bedford row PULLEN, ALFRED, King st, West Hammersmith, Licensed Victualler,
Nov 16. Marshal, Hammersmith ROBERTS, ELIZABETH, Redcliffe gdns, South Kensington, Dec 6.
Aman, King's Bench walk, Temple
Honiton SEAMAN, LAMBERT, Clapham rd, Gent. Nov 30. Plaskitt, Lincoln's
inn fields SIMKINS, THOMAS, Sunninghill, Berks, Grocer. Nov 20. Brooks
and Co, Godlinan st, Doctor's commons SOWTER, EMMA, Derby. Nov 19. Gadsby, Derby SWABY, JAMES SUTTON, Somers Town. Nov 21. Sutton and . Ommanney, Great Winchester st SWABY, WILLIAM SUTTON, Japan. Nov 21, Sutton and Ommanney, • Great Winchester st WINDER, JOAN, Pennington, nr Ulverston, Lancaster, Gent. Dec 1.
Bartlett and Atkinson, Liverpool WYNXIATT, REGINALD, Dymock Grange, Gloucester, Esq. Dec 1.
Warry and Co, Lincoln's inn fields YSASI, VICTORIANO GREGORIO DE, Water lano, Great Tower st,
Merchant. Dec 17. Robins and Peters, Guildhall chmbrs, Basinghall st
[Gazette, Oct 21.] BOWATER, JOAN, Blakenhall, Wolverhampton. Jan 1. Riley, Wol
verhampton BOWER, AGNES, Hall st, City rd. Dec 5. Mills and Co, Brunswick
pl, City rd BOWER, JOHN, King st, Clerkenwell, Engineer. Dec 5. Mills and
Co, Brunswick pl, City rd BRADSHAW, GEORGE Mills, Nottingham, Lace Manufacturer. Nov
30. Bradshaw, Nottingham BRUINER, MICHAEL FREDERICK, Hyde pk terrace, Esq. Dec 1.
Bruxner, Red Lion sq COWARD, ELEANOR FRANCES, Beckenham, Kent. Dec 20. Cooke
and Jonas, Serjeant's inn, Chancery lane CROWE, JOHN, Norwich, Upholsterer. Dec 9. Bignold, Norwich EMPSON, JOHN HENRY, Hare ct, Inner Temple, Barrister at Law.
Nov 82. Walters and Co, New sq, Lincoln's inn
LIMITED IN CHARCERY.
order made by Kay, J, dated Oct 12, it was ordered that the association be wound up. Hare, Pinner's court, Old Broad st, solicitor for the petitioners IMPROVED AIR GAS COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Oct 10, directed to be heard before Hall, V.C. on Nov 4. Bower and Cotton, Chancery lane, agents for Bunting and Co, Manchester, solicitors for the petitioners.
[Gazette, Oct. 21.] ARGUS NEWSPAPER COMPANY, LIMITED.--Petition for winding up, presented Oct 19, directed to be heard before Hall, V.O., on Nov 4.
Turner, Serjeants' inn, Chancery lane, solicitor for the petitioner. GENERAL PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition
for winding up, presented Oct 17, directed to be heard before Chitty, J, on Nov 5. Flower and Nussey, Great Winchester st, agents for Killick and Co, Bradford, solicitors for the petitioner OIL VARNISH MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Oct 15, directed to be heard before Bacon, V.C., on Nov 5. Jenkinson and Co, Frederick's pl, Old Jewry,
solicitors for the petitioners Swiss UNSWEETENED PURE MILK COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by the Vacation Judge, dated Oct 13, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Talbot. Bennet's hill, Doctor's commons solicitor for the petitioner
COUNTY PALATIXE OF LANCASTER, UNIVERSITIES CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED, -By an order made by the Vacation Judge, dated Oct 19, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Blagden, Fenchurch avenue, solicitor
for the petitioner HIGIER EANAM BREWERY COMPANY, LIMITED.-Creditors are re.
quired, on or before Nov 14, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Henry Bolland, 10, South John st, Liverpool. Thursday, Dec 1, at 11, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims
[Gazette, Oct. 25.] FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. ROSE OF ENGLAND PROTESTANT BENEFIT SOCIETY, Cocoa Rooms, Gt Homer st, Liverpool, Oct 21
[Gazette, Oct. 25.]