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Dennis, Frederick, William, Coggeshall, Essex, Licensed Victualler. McGrath, Michael, Euston rd, Metal Dealer, March 12 at 3 at offices March 18 at 3 at offices of Davison, Finsbury pavement

offices of Hirl, Newington causeway Dingwall. Thomas Edward, Devonshire st, Bishopsgate st Without, | Merry, John, Nuneaton, Warwick, Baker. March 24 at 2 at the

Packing Case Maker. March 16 at 3 at offices of Peddell, Guildhali Newdegate Arms Hotel, Nuneaton. Buckby, Leicester chambers, Basinghall st

Millington, William Henry, Pembury grove, Hackney, of no occu. Dolley, Thomas, Oxford, Innkeeper. March 21 at 11 at 126, High st, pation, March 16 at 8 at offices of Lane, Gresham st Oxford. Mallam

Mines, Henry Edward, Bristol, Ironmonger. Mareh 16 at 2 at offices Dowell, Thomas, Hinckley, Leicester, Farmer. March 16 at 3.45 at of Osborne and Co. Broad st, Bristol Greyhound Hotel, Hinckley. Hincks, Leicester

Moore, Zaccheus, Bingley, York, Worsted Spinner. March 18 at 11 Driffill, William North, Hook, near Goole, York, Beerhouse Keeper. at offices of Lancaster and Wright, Manor row, Bradford March 17 at 3 at offices of Hind and Everatt, Goole

Morrell. James. Darlington Durbam. Butcher. March 14 at 2 at Duffin, John, Hartlepool, Durham. Innkeeper. March 21 at 3 at offices of Robinson, Chancery lane, Darlington offices of Wilson, Church st, West Hartlepool

Naylor, Thomas, INewbold Moor, Derby, Grocer. March 18 at 3 at Dyer, John, Ystrad Mynach, Llanvabon, Glamorgan, Grocer. March

offices of Gee, High st, Chesterfield 15 at 12 at offices of Morgan, Mill st, Pontypridd

Nell, William, 'Louth, Lincoln, Seed Crusher, March 21 at 12.30 Eastmure, Douglas George, Cross st. Lambeth, Oil and Colour Man.

at the King' Head Hotel, Louth March 31 at 3 at offices of Laidman, Sargent's inn, Temple s, Michael, Madeley, Salop, Beer Seller. March 18 at 2.30 at

O'Fee, John, Whitehaven, Cumberland, Cattle Dealer, March 18 Tontine Hotel, Ironbridge. Phillips and Co, Shifnal

at 3 at 10p, Irish st, Whitehaven. Paitson Flitton, Charles Robert, Meldreth, Cambridge, Corn Merchant. Ogden, Edwin, Earlestown, Lancaster, Grocer. March 10 at 11 at March 22 at 2 at Bull Hotel, Royston. Maitland, Knight Rider st,

Nag's Head Inn, Sankey st, Warrington. Pointon, Crewe Doctors' commons

Palmer, Frederick, Boston, Lincoln, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. Frankland, Joe, and Albert Frankland, Wombwell, York, Painters. March 14 at 12.30 at City Terminus Hotel, Cannon st

March 14 at 3 at offices of Parker and Brailsford, Talbot chambers, Papworth, Stephen, Holme Fen, Huntingdon, Farmer. March 17 North Church st, Sheffield

at 2 at George Hotel, Ramsey. Atter and Brown, Peterborough Garon, Margaret, Prittlewell, Essex, Grocer. March 21 at 3 at Rail. Parry, Leonard, Ruthin, Denbigh, Licensed Innkeeper. March 17 way Tavern, London st, Fenchurch st. Gregson, Southend

at 12 at Queen's Hotel, Chester. Louis and Edwards, Ruthin Gloster, Charles, St Phillips, Bristol, Stationer. March 17 at 12 at Payton, Frederick. Saltley, nr Birmingham, Brickmaker, March 19 offlces of Austey, John st, Bristol. Salisbury

at 12 at offices of Davies, Bennet's-hill, Birmingham Gorman, Dennis, Roath, Cardiff, Gasfitter, March 18 at 2 at the Pearson, George, Newcastle on Tyne, Engraver. March 18 at 11 a Bell Hotel, GloucesterJones, Cardiff

offices of Keenlyside and Co, St John's chambers, Grainger & Gough, Alfred, Northfield, Worcester, Oil Dealer. March 16 at 3 at West, Newcastle on Tyne offices of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham

Penn, Alfred Henry, Waltnamstow, Essex, Plumber, March 16 at Greenfield, Thomas, High st, Deptford, Tailor. March 21 at 2 at the 11 at offices of Vant, Leadenhall st Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Howard and Shelton, Thread. Perry, John, Edvin Ralph, nr Bromyard, Hereford, Labourer. needle st

March 17 at 3 at Falcon Hotel, Bromyard. Browne, Bromyard Gribble. William Champion, Hawthorn terrace, Starch Green, Pharaoh, Crispin, Netherwasdale, Cumberland, Builder. March 17 Builder. March 17 at 2 at offices of Torr, Coleman st

at 3 at offices of Musgrave, Lowther st, Whitehaven Halsey, Robert James, High st, Edgware, Butcher, March 17 at 2 Pocock, Charles, Rodney rd, Walworth, Beer Retailer. March 18 at at offices of Lovett and Co, King William st

3 at offices of Fowler and Co, Borough High st, Walworth Handford, Joseph, Stalybridge, Lancaster, Grocer. March 17 at 3 | Power, Edward, Leicester, out of business. March 21 at 12 at offices at offices of Peacock and Gracie. Cross st, Manchester

of Fowler and Co, Friar lane, Leicester Harris, Samuel, Morley, York, Rag Merchant. March 15 at 3 at Preston, John, junr., Birmingham, Boiler Manufacturer. March 15 offices of Shaw, Bond st, Dewsbury

at 3 at offices of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Harris, William, Dowlais, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan. Draper. Queenborough, William Edwin, Flamstead, Hertford, Licensed

March 18 at 1' at offices of Simons and Plews, Church st, Dews Victualler. March 11 at 2 Swan-inn, Markyate st, Bedford. Wells bury

St. Albans Hartshorne, James, West Bromwich, Stafford, Boot and Shoe Ramsden, John, Stanningley nr Leeds, Beerhouse Keeper. March 18

Dealer. March 18 at 2.30 at offices of Caddick, New st, West at 11 at Law Institute, Albion pl, Albion st, Leeds. "Cross, BradBromwich

ford Hill, Elizabeth Anne, Hove, Sussex, Ladies' School Proprietress. Rixon, Henry, Watlington, Oxford, Stone Carter March 25 at 12 March 14 at 3 at offices of Goodman, North st, Brighton

at offices of Augustus Jones, Watlington Hinsley, Amos, Barnby-upon-the-Marsh, nr Howden, York, Inn. Rollings, John, Peterborough, Northampton, Builder. March 16 keeper, March 14 at 12 at Neptune-inn, Howden, Wright

at 3 at offices of Deacon and Wilkins, Cross st, Peterborough Holmes, Charles Henry, Gloucester, Essex, Boot and Shoe Manu. Roper, Abraham, Tipton, Stafford, Licensed Victualler. March 11

facturer. March 18 at 12 at offices of Prior, Head st, Colches at offices of Thursfield and Messiter, Lower High st, Wednes. ter

bury Hothersall, Joseph, Knutsford, Chester, Family Draper. March 22 Rowland, George, Aspall, Suffolk, Farmer. March 22 at 12 at offices at 3 at offices of Chorlton, Brazennose st, Manchester

of Pollard, St Lawrencest, Ipswich Housman, Ebenezer Cobden, Worcester, Shopman. March 14 at 11 | Ryan, Sophia Lillian, Theatre Royal, Birmingham, Actress. at offices of Tree and Son, High st, Worcester

March 22 at 11 at offices of Crozier. Grosvenor chmbrs, Broad st, Howell, Henry Bentley, Taunton, Somerset, Draper. March 15 Birmingham at 12.30 at Grand Hotel, Broad st, Bristol. Kite, Taunton

Schofield, Samuel Robert, Siverpool, Accountant. March 17 at 3 at Humble, John Wilkinson, Stockton-on-Tees, out of business. offices of Avison and Morton, Cook st, Liverpool March 12 at 12.30 at offices of Draper, Finkle st, Stockton-on Schofield, Thomas, Oldham, Lancaster, Coal Dealer. March 18 at Tees

at 3 at Coach and Horses Inn, Church-lane, Oldham, Buckley and Inglesant, Thomas, Leicester, Furniture Dealer. March 21 at 3 at Mattinson, Oldham offices of Wright, Belvoir st, Leicester

Simmons, Tapley, Maidstone, Kent, Grocer. March 16 at 12 at Jester, George, High st, Lower Norwood, Baker, March 24 at 3 at 1 offices of Monekton and Co, King st, Maidstone offices of Rumney, Walbrook

Smith, Thomas, Nottingham, Lithographer. March 21 at 11 at Johnson, Martha, Altrincham, Chester, Grocer, March 15 at 3 at offices of Martin and Son, Lcw pavement, Nottingham

Mitre Hotel, Cathedral Gates, Manchester. Warner and Burder, Smith, William, St Leonard's rd, Bromley-by-Bow, Provision Manchester

Dealer March 15 at 3 at the Masons' Hall Tavern, Masons John Jones, Redland, Bristol, Engraver. March 12 at 12 at offices avenue. Fowler, Dowgate hill of William Andrews, Nicholas st, Bristol. Ayre, Bristol

Sones, John Frederick, Ipswich, Newsvendor. March 18 at 11 at Jones, William, Chivilog, Carnarvon, Flour Dealer. March 14 at 2 offices of Mills, Elm st, Ipswich at British Hotel Bangor. Jones and Roberts, Pwllheli

Standen, Charles, Rothertield, Sussex, Butcher, March 16 at 2.30 Jordan, William, Wolverhampton, Bricklayer. March 18 at 3 at at offices of Sprott, Mayfield offices of Radcliff, Darlington st, Wolverhampton

Stead. Joshua, Leeds. Woollen Manufacturer. March 16 at 11 at Kendall, William, Walsall, Stafford, Ale and Porter Dealer. Mar 17 offices of Lowrey, South parade, Leeds. Hopps and Bedford, at 11 at offices of East, Temple st, Birmingham

Leeds Landon, Sarah Mary, and Sidney Clark Landon, South Molton st, Sterrett, Alexander, Knightrider st. Shirt Manufacturer. March

Oxford st. Tailors. March 10 at 12 at 111, Cheapside. Peake, Budge 15 at 3 at offices of Davison, Finsbury pavement row, Cannon st

Swainston, Francis, Robinson, Stretford, Lancaster. Clerk. March Lane, George, and Thomas Edward Champion, Birmingham, Me 16 at 2.30 at offices of Lynde, Kennedy st, Manchester tallic Bedstead Manufacturers. March 16 at 3 at Gt Western Hotel, Thorne, Samuel, junr, Ashwell, Hertford, Carpenter March 21 av Monmouth st, Birmtngham. Fitter, Birmingham

2 at offices of Nash, High st, Royston Langley, Samuel, Wolverhampton, Grocer, March 153 at at offices of

ernampton, Grocer, March 153 at at offices of | Tilbury, Henry, Paddenswick rd, Hammersmith. March 11 at 3 24 London, King st, Wolverhampton

262. High Holborn. Staniland, North rd, Highgate Lawton, John, Manchester, Public House Manager. March 15 Totty, William, Carlton, York, Shoemaker. March 11 at 2 offices of

at 1 at Blackfriars Hotel, Blackfriars st, Manchester. Hill, Man. Gray, Eastgate, Barnsley chester

Underwood, Henry, Victoria Dock rd, Canning Town, Grocer. Le Cronier, George, jun, Wolverhampton, Builders' Hardware March 14 at 12 at offices of Kent, Basinghall st. Scoles, Budge Merchant. March 16 at 11 at offices of Rudland, Queen st, Wolver row, Cannon st hampton

Wade John, Nottingham, Book Keeper, March 18 at 3 at offices of Leeson, Robert, Lacedy, Lincoln, Blacksmith. March 18 at3 at offices Sale and Co, Mosley st, Manchester. Belk, Nottingham of Mason, Victoria st South, Great Grimsby

Walker, William, Frieston Caythorpe. Lincoln, Shoemaker. March Linton, John Edward, Kingston, Surrey, Cook. March 18 at 3 at 17 at 3 at 23, Market pl, Newark-on-Trent. Foottit, Newark-01offices of Keene and ('o, Mark lane

Trent Longman, Frederick William, Westminster bdg rd, Dyer. March 21 | Walker, William, and John Lochore. Bradford, York. Dvers. March at 2 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Watson, Leadenhall 17 at 3 at offices of Kullick and Co, Commercial Bank bldgs,

Bradford Mabe, William, Swansea, Glamorgan, Butcher, March 12 at 12 at Ward, Edwin, Darlaston, Stafford, Grocer. March 17 at 11 at offices offices of Thomas, Fisher st, Swansea

of Slater and Marshall, Butcroft, Darlaston Marlor, Charles Edwari, Rochdale, Lancaster, Dentist. March 17 Wasteney, Joseph, Barlborough, Derby, Grocer, March 16 at 10.30 at 3 at offices of Wiles, Acker st ch mbrs, Rochdale

at offices of Jones and Middleton, Glumangate, Chestergeld Mason, John Jones, Dewsbury, York, Grocer. March 18 at 10.30 at | Watson, John, Caldewgate, Carlisle. Boot and Shoe Merchant. offices of Ridgway and Ridgway, Union st, Dewsbury

March 17 at 3 at offices of Wannop, Scotch st, Carlisle

vsthee William, Swansicher st, Swanscancaster, Dentist. Mi

Thomas, Bury, bannelley, Garden st, Buen. March 21 at

Watson, Walter, and Frank Edward Hitch, Sheffield, Agricultural | Guest, Joseph, Birmingham, Manufacturer of Non-Intoxicating

Engineers, March 17 at 2 at offices of Binns, Fig Tree chmbrs, Beverages. March 22 at 11 at offices of Huggins and Mallard, Fig Tree lane, Sheffield

Newhall chambers, Newhall st, Birmingham Widdowson, James, Didsbury, Lancaster, Grocer. March 16 at 2.30 Hammond, George Henry, Bolton, Lancaster, Stationer. March 21 at offices of Brown and Ainsworth, St Peter's gate, Stock.

at 3 at offices of Lawton, Booth st, Manchester

Hancock, James, Laburnham ter, Battersea. March 16 at 5 at 6 In. Wood, John, Malton, York, Builder. March 18 at 11 at offices of worth st, Battersea Jackson, Malton

Hardwické, Edward, Bishopsgate st Without, Sheep Dip Proprietor Worsfold, Thomas, Redhill, Surrey, Builder. March 16 at 11 at the and Grazier, March 21 at 2 at offices of Wilde, Moorgate st. Bel. Market Hall, Redhill. Grece, Redhill,

lamy and Co, Bishopsgate st Within Wright, Benjamin Webster, Bradford, York, Yeast Importer. March

Harris, Eliza, Welford, Gloucester, Market Gardener. March 21 at 21 at 3 at the Creditors' Association, 32, Godwin st, Bradford

1 at Unicorn Hotel, Moreton in Marsh. Barkes, Moreton in Marsh Wright, William Trickett, and Samuel Wright, jun, Leicester, Iron Harris, Stanley, Barnet, Hertford, Solicitor. March 18 at 3 at Red Founders. March 18 at 3 at offices of Wright, Belvoir st, Lei.

Lion Hotel, Barnet. Wells, Paternoster row cester

Hatton, Arthur, Chinnor, Oxford, Grocer. March 21 at 3 at offices Wynn, Samuel, Shrewsbury, Provision Dealer. March 17 at 11 at of Parker and Wilkins, Easton st, High Wycombe offices of Morris and Sons, Swan hill, Shrewsbury

Hayman, William, Taunton, Somerset, Boot Dealer. March 21 at

11 at offices of Reed and Cook, Paul st, Taunton TUESDAY, Mar, 8, 1891.

Higginbottom, Joseph William, Longton, Stafford, Architect. March Adams, Charles Harrison, St Mary Church, Devon, Upholsterer.

18 at 11.30 at County Court Offices, Townhall, Stoke upon Trent March 21 at 12 at offices of Mackenzie and Hext, Fleet st, Torquay

Hobbs, William, Havant, Hants, Plumber March 22 at 4 at offices Arnold, Kitt, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, Beerhouse Keeper. of King, North st, Portsea

March 1l at 3 at Clarence Hotel, Piccadilly. Hargreaves, Man. Hodgson, James, Thorpe, Durham, Licensed Victualler. March 24 chester

at ll at offices of Dodds and Co, Finkle st, Stocktan on Tees Ashcraft, Henry, Ashton-upon-Ribble, Lancaster, Contractor. Mar Holden, Henry, Birmingham, Brassfounder, March 22 at 3 at offices 22 at 11 at offices of Ascroft. Cannon st, Preston

of Jaques, Temple row, Birmingham Baker, Charles William, Mile End rd, Provision Dealer. March 31 Hooke, Charles, and Alfred Thorn, Aldermanbury, Warehozsmen. at 3 as offices of Cooper, Lincoln's inn fields

March 19 at 12 at offices of Swaine, King st, Cheapside Baldwin, James, Sonthsea, Potato Merchant. March 22 at 12 at office Hopkins, Abraham, Acock's green, nr Birmingham, Wine and of Ford and Son, St Thomas st, Portsmouth

Spirit Merchant. March 19 at 11 at offices of Fallows, Cherry st, Banham, Alexander, Littlepont, Cambridge. Grocer, March 30 at 1

Birmingham at Lamb Inn, Ely. Mason, Wereham

Hovell, Samuel John, Norwich, Painter. March 21 at 2 at offices of Barnes, John, and George Hales Morris, Nottingham, Brass Sadd and Linay, Norwich Founders. March 22 at 12 at offices of Brittle, St Peter's chbrs, St

Howard, Thomas, Denbigh, Cabinet Maker. March 21 at 2 at the Peter's gate, Nottingham

Green Dragon Hotel. Gold and Co, Denbigh Billings, James, Hinckley, Leicester. March 22 at 3 at offices of Hudson, Joseph, Ashton-upon-Mersey, Chester, March 22 at 3 at Wright, Belvoir st, Leicester

offices of Shaw, China bldgs, Police st, Manchester. Tremewen, Billings, Joshua, Hastings, Bricklayer. March 18 at 4 at Provincial Manchester Hotel, Hastings. Hare, Old Broad st

Jackson, Charles, Canterbury, Grocer, March 31 at 12 at the Guild. Bradlaugh, Thomas, Brandeston, Suffolk, Grocer, March 19 at 2 at hall Coffee house. Mowll, Dover Crown Inn, Framlingham. Mills, Ipswich

Jacob, Robert, Clymping, Sussex, Importer of Horses. Apr 1 at 2 Brock, William, Teignmouth, Devon, Lodging House Keeper. Mar at offices of Gregory, East st, Chichester 22 at 3.30 at offices of Whidborne and Tozer

Jefferies, Frederick Charles, Gloucester, Clothiers' Assistant. Mar Barchnall, Francis, Ulverscroft, Leicester, Farmer. March 18 at 12

18 at 11 at offices of Franklin, Berkeley st, Gloucester at offices of Wright, Belvoir st, Leicester

Jenkins, Charles Lynham, Middlesoy, Somerset, Farmer. March 18 Burton, Joseph, Frome, Somerset, Travelling Woollen Draper.

at 12 at offices of Chapman, High st, Bridgwater March 21 at 3 at offices of McCarthy, King st, Frome

Kettlewell, John, York, Chair Maker. March 23 at 12 at offices of Casson, Ezra, Bramhall, Chester, out of business. March 26 at 3 at Wilkinson, St Helen's sq Vernon Arms Hotel, Warren st, Stockport. Evans

Knight, Joseph, Presteign, Radnor, Farmer. March 18 at 11 at Charnley, Thomas, Bury, Lancaster, Plasterer. March 21 at 3 at the Duke's Arms Hotel, Presteign, Corner, Hereford othees of Anderton and Donnelley, Garden st, Bury

Langley, Frederick William, Northampton, Tailor. March 28 at 1 at Clifford, William, Little Marlow, Buckingham, Baker March 21 at ottices of Morlay and Sherrefr, Palmerston bldgs, Old Broad st, 3 at offices of Rawson, High st. Great Marlow

Ballard, Ipswich Cooper, John, Otley, York, Grocer, March 18 at 4 at 4 Wellington. Leadstone, Paul Satty, Knaresbrook, York, Innkeeper, March 22 Et, Leeds. Atkinson and Wilson, Otley

at 11 at offices of Gill, High st, Knaresbrook Cooper, Zachariah, Brierley hill, Stafford, Miner, March 19 at 11 at Leather, Joseph, Grassendale, Lancaster, Cotton Broker March 29 offices of Wall, High st. Stourbridge

at 3 at offices of Harmood and Son, North John st, Liverpool. Craven, Joshua, Burton Latimer, Northampton, Miller, March 18 Laces and Co, Liverpool at 3 at offices of Toller, High st, Kettering

Lesson, Anthony, Nottingham, Cotton Agent. March 15 at 12 at Crisp, William, Cheltenham, Tailor. March 28 at 11 at offices of offices of Brittle, St. Peter's chmbrs, St. Peter's gate, Nottingham Clark, Regent st, Cheltenham

Linford, Alfred George Samuel, Great Yarmouth, Smack Owner. Cromack, Joseph, Bradford, York, Saddler. March 23 at 3 at offices March 22 at 12 at offices of Wiltshire, South Quay. Great Yarmouth of Last and Beets, Bond st, Bradford

Lord, Richard, and Edmund Lord, Rochdale, Flannel Manufacturers Cross, William, New Swindon, Wilts, Fruiterer. March 29 at March 24 at 3 at White Swan Inn, Yorkshire st, Rochdale. Heap, 10 at offices of Boodle, Albion buildings, New Swindon, Wilts

Rochdale Davies, Esther, Lodging house keeper. March 25 at 11 at offices of

Lowman, Edward, Easton, Portland, Dorset, Grocer. March 21 at 3 Dadley, Corn Market st, Oxford

at offices of Hanne, Upper Bond st, Weymouth Davies, Rees, Swansea, Grocer, March 18 at 11 at offices of Thomas, Machado, Ygnacio, Robert Aitkin McCallum, and Herbert Henry York pl. York

Philby, Great Winchester st bldgs, Foreign Produce Merchants. Delo, William, Aston New Town, nr Birmingham, Draper. March 18

March 30 at 2 at offices of Linklater and Co, Walbrook at 3 at offices of East, Temple st, Birmingham

MacKenzie, John Hay, Wrexham, Denbigh, Draper. April 2 at 12 at Duncan, Samuel Henry, Kingston upon-Hull, Grocer. March 21 offices of Jones, Henblas st, Wrexham at 2.30 at 9. Parliament st, Kingston upon Hull. Peach, Hull

Maeers, Charles (and not Makers, as erroneously printed in Eaton, George, Heathardene, Parkstone, Dorset, Brick Manu.

Gazette of Ist instant), Mottingham, Kent, Builder. March 16 at facturer. March 22 at 12 at offices of Travers, King street, 2 at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Chapman, London Poole

wall Evans, Benjamin, Llandovery, Carmarthen, Draper. March 18 at 11 | Marriot, William, Liverpool, Cotton Broker. March 28 at 2 at at otfices of Jones, Market sq, Llandovery

at offices of Harmood and Co, North John st, Liverpool. Laces and Favill, Robert, Market Rasen, Lincoln, Auctioneer. March 23 at 11 Co, Liverpool at Board Room of the Corn Exchange, Market Rasen Page, jun,

Marshall, James Fulton, Hereford, Woolstaplers' Clerk. March 21 Lincoln

at 11 at offices of Scobie, Ofla st, Hereford Figes, William, Cannon st, Umbrella Manufacturer. March 21 at 2 Martyn, Ellen King, Falmouth, Cornwall, Lodging house keeper. at offices of Husey, Mark lane. Smallman, Queen st, Cheap

March 21 at 12 at offices of Lane, Falmonth side

Mayes, Charles, Mendham, Norfolk, Farmer, March 18 at 1.30 at Findler, Thomas, Barrow-in-Furness, Insurance Agent. March 17 at Swan Hotel, Harleston Stanley, Norwich 11 at Trevelyan Temperance Hotel, Church st, Barrow-in-Furness

McCraw, James Glascott, Whittington pl, Highgate hill, Baker. Sims, Barrow-in-Furness

March 31 at 3 at offices of Fenton, Kingsland green Fletcher, Richard, King's Norton, Worcester, Grocer. March 19 at Miller, William, Waterloo rd, Trunk Dealer. March 18 at 2 at offices

10.30 at offices of Huggins and Mallard, Newhall chmbrs, Newhall of Culpepper and Co, Brabant ct, Philpot lane st, Birmingham

Milner, Henry, Huddersfield, Yarn Spinner. March 21 at 3 at offices Forster, Robert, Fleetwood, Lancaster, Innkeeper March 21 at 2 at of Sykes and Son, Market st, Huddersfield Shelley Arms, Fishergate, Preston. Lees, Wigan

Milnes, William, Wakefield, York, Bootmaker. March 21 at 3 at Frost, William, Swindon, Wilts, Cowkeeper, March 17 at 11 at offices of Lodge, Townball chambers, King st, Wakefield offices of Barns, Wood st, Swindon

Morgan, Edwin, Exeter, Butcher, March 21 at 10 at offices of SouthGartside. Thomas, Rochdale, Lancaster, Cotton Manufacturer. cott, Post Office st, Bedford circus, Exeter. Hartnoll March 21 at 3 at Mitre Hotel, Cathedral gates, Manchester. Law.

Nicholls, John, Wolverhampton, Wood Turner. Mar 18 at 3 at ton, Manchester

offices of Rhodes, Queen st, Wolverhampton Goad, Arthur, Tonbridge. Kent, Plumber. March 22 at 2 at Guild. Oakley, Alfred, Cheltenham, Baker. Mar 17 at 10 at offices of ball Tavern, Gresham st. Beswick, Bedford row

Smith, Corn Exchange, Cheltenham Goddard, Frank, High st, Whitechapel, Licensed Victualler. March Oldland, George, West Dean, Gloucester, Colliery Proprietor. Mar 21 at 12 at Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn. Dunn, Netheravon 23 at 1 at the Angel Hotel, (oleford. Cooke, Gloucester terrace, Camberwell

Oswald. Thomas Ridley, and John Murray Mordaunt, Woolston, Goodwin, John, Bingham. Nottingham, Beerhouse Keeper. March Sout hampton, Iron Ship Builders. Mar 29 at 2 at offices of 22 at 3 at offices of Belk, Middle pavement, Nottingham

Mac kay and Co, Lothbury. Sharp and ('o, Southampton Greaves, Thomas, Knaresborough, York, Butcher, March 19 at 10.15

Patrick, William, Basford, Stafford, Builder. Mar 18 at 2 at off at offices of Scholes and Son, Leeds rd, Dewsbury

of Mayer, Waterloo rd, Burslem Green, Henry, Bradford, Wilts, Coach Builder March 22 at 12 at Pearson, Edmund, Queen's rd. Bayswater, Umbrella Manufacturer. the Mart, Manvers st, Trowbridge. Jones, Trowbridge

Mar 17 at 2 at offices of Oliver, Great James st, Bedford row

EDE AND SON
ROBE

MAKERS

Peberdy, William, Smeeton Westerby, Leicester, Grazier. Mar 19

at 12.30 at offices of Haxby, Belvoir st, Leicester Perry, Thomas James, Birmingham, Architect. Mar 18 at 3 at

34. Waterloo st, Birmingham Phillips, Robert Alfred, Greenwich, Leather Merchant. Mar 17 at 12 at offlces of Hughes, Moorgate st Bellamy and Co, Bishopsgate

BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT, st Within

To Her Majesty, the Lord Chancellor, ibe Whole ho Judicial Bench Platt, Joseph, St Helens, Lancashire, Grocer. Mar 21 at 2 at offices

Corporation of London, &c. of Massey, Hardshaw st, St Helens

SOLICITORS' AND REGISTRARS' GOWNS, Poole, Charles Selby, High st, Lambeth, Potter. Mar 23 at 2 at the Inns of Court Hotel, High Holborn, Leslie, Conduit st, Bond st

BARRISTERS' AND QUEEN'S COUNSEL'S DITTO, Pooley, Charles, Reading, Berks, Linen Draper. Mar 30 at 3 at CORPORATION ROBES UNIVERSITY & CLERGY GOWNS, Inns of Conrt Hotel, High Holborn, Albert St Paul, Staple inn

ESTABLISHED 1689. Read, James, Southsea, Hants, Bootmaker. Mar 25 at 12 at offices

94. CHANCERY LANE. LONDON. of Edmonds and Co, Cheapside. Blake and Reed, Portsea Reynolds, James, Knighton, Radnor, Licensed Victualler. Mar 22 at 2 at the Craven Arms Hotel. Wallis, Hereford

| W ANTED, by an English Solicitor practising in Richardson, Henry, Westferry rd, Millwall, Oilman. Mar 18 at 3 at

Paris, a Partner.-Address, A., care of Walker & Co., 94, Bow rd, Bow. Forbes, Paternoster row

Advertising Agents, 2, Royal Exchange-avenue, E.C. Richmond, Henry, Kendal, Westmoreland, Cord Dealer. Mar 21 at 2.30 at the Board Room, Market pl, Kendal. Thomson and

T AW..Wanted, immediately, by a City Firm. A Wilson, Kendal Roberts, Robert Jones, Neath, Glamorgan, Grocer. Mar 29 at 2 at

L. competent Shorthand Writer. Applications to be made in the King's Head Hotel, Newport. Sims, Neath

writing, with full particulars of past employment, salary required, Roberts, William, Sudborne rd, Brixton, Clerk, out of employ. Mar

&c., to Lxx, care of J. W. Vickers, 5, Nicholas-lane, E.C. 15 at 10 at offices of Micklethwait and Co, Long acre Robinson, James, Wimbledon, Surrey, Bricklayer. Mar 31 at 3.30 A SOLICITOR, who has been for nearly Three at offices of Hillearys and Taylor, Fenchurch buildings

A years a Managing Chancery Clerk in one of the largest Smith, Ernest, Scarborough, Accountant. Mar 21 at 2 at offices of

London offices, and having a good knowledge of Conveyancing and Hick, Newborough st, Scarborough

General Practice, wishes to meet with a Partnership in town or Smith, John, Aldershot, Southampton, Tobacconist. March 25 at 12.30 at offices of Knight and Ward, Clement's inn, Strand

country.-SIGMA, Reynell & Son, 44, Chancery-lane. Southern, William Geatches, Plymouth, Saddler. March 22 at l'at the Royal Hotel, College Green, Bristol. Walkem, Plymouth

A SOLICITOR (B.A., London), of many years' Stokey, Thomas Henry, North st, Little Moorfields, Wholesale A standing, who passed his examination with honours, and has

Saddler. March 24 at 2 at offices of Williams and Co, King st. had some experience in preparing candidates for legal and other Cheapside. Rexworthy and Co, Cheapside

examinations, is willing to read privately with Gentlemen desirous Sykes, Frederick, Batley, York, Joiner and Builder. March 21 at of passing the Preliminary, Intermediate, or Final Examinations. 3.30 at offices of Wooler and Wooler, Exchange bldgs, Batley

Terms moderate.--Address, B.A., H. Horne, Law Stationer, WarTait, Andrew, Liverpool, Draper. March 23 at 2 at offices of Lowe, wick-court, Holborn, W.C.

Mount pleasant, Liverpool
Taylor, Anne Elliott, Wakefield, York, Carriage Manufacturer. mo INVESTORS.-Circular of Investments, just

March 17 at 3 at offices of Harrison and Beaumont, Chancery lane,
Wakefield

1 ready, containing useful information, and showing how a Taylor, Arthur Frederick, Chapel st, Park lane, Auctioneer. March

large income can be secured by the purchase of French Rentes, 16 at 3 at offices of Foreman and Son, Gresham st. Cannon, King

without liability or possibility of loss. A small deposit only re

quired on the amount of purchase. Speculative accounts opened on st, Cheapside Taylor, John, and William Butler Taylor, Briavels, Gloucester,

most favourable terms.--Address, WHITE, BARKLEY, & Co., Brokers, Blacksmiths. March 21 at 2.30 at the Beaufort Arms Hotel, Chep

20, Change-alley, Lombard-street, London, stow. Oliver, Newport Tellwright, Samuel, Burslem, Stafford, Brick Manufacturer. March

REDHILL GAS COMPANY'S SHARES. 17 at 12 at offices of Paddock and Son, Old Hall st, Hanley

M R. JOHN LEES is instructed by the Trustees Tonkin, Susannah, Arrington, Cambridge, Baker. March 23 at 3.30 W of the late J. R. Thomson, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, at at the Castle Hotel, Cambridge. Cranfield, St Ives

LAKER'S HOTEL, Redhill, on WEDNESDAY, 16th MARCH, at Tozer, James, Lower Richmond rd, Putney, Builder. March 24 at 3 SEVEN O'clock in the evening, in Fifty Lots, 185 fully paid-up

at offices of Morley and Shirreff, Palmerston building, Old Broad original £5 SHARES in the above Company, and 135 L5 Shares, £1 street

per share paid, offering sound investments. Underwood, James, Junction rd, Holloway, Baker, March 21 at 1.30 * Particulars of Mr. John Lees, Auctioneer and Land Agent, at offices of Tillyard, Essex st, Strand

Reigate. Wallace, James Jeffryes, Leadenhall st, Shipowner. March 15 at 2

at offices of Palmer and Co, Railway apprcach, London bridge. To Trustees and others seeking a secure and safe Investment.--The Grueber, Crosby sq, Bishopsgate st

valuable Freehold Rectorial Tithe-Rent Charges of the entire Ward, William, Blaby Gorse, Leicester, Licensed Victualler. March parish of Peasmarsh, Sussex (commuted at £300 per annum), 25 at 3 at 7, Belvoir st, Leicester

charged upon, and rising out of, Farm Lands and Premises exWhitehouse, Thomas, jun, Tewkesbury, Gloucester, Grocer. March tending over an area of upwards of 1,300 acres, in a few pay. 21 at 11 at offices of Moores and Romney, Tewkesbury

ments, easy of collection, Wickins, Charles, Sittingbourne, Kent, Corn Factor. March 21 at 2 MR. J. PLUMER CHAPMAN will SELL by at the Bull Hotel, Sittingbourne. Winch and Strouls, Sitting

1 AUCTION, at the MART, Tokenhouse-yard, London, E.C. bourne Wild, John, John Wild, jun, and William Bailey, Liverpool, Leather

on MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1881, at TWO o'clock precisely, in One Sellers. March 29 at 3 at offices of Norris and Sons, Union ct,

Lot, the whole of the above valuable FREEHOLD TITHERENT Castle st. Liverpool

CHARGES, showing a gross income, according to an average of the Williams, Charles, Broadwinsor, Dorset, Shop Keeper. March 21 at

last five years, of £332 16s, 3d. per annum, 2 at offices of Collins, Broad st, Bristol. Rutter and Son, Mere,

Particulars of F. Holman, Esq., Solicitor, Lewes; of Messrs.

Kinsford, Dorman, & Co., Solicitors, 23, Essex-street, Sta Wilts Williams, Thomas Shaw, Aston Manor, Birmingham, Grocer. March

Messrs. Chapman & Clarke, Land Agents, 18, Adam-street, Adelphi, 29 at 3 at offices of Clarke and Co, Waterloo st, Birmingham

London, w.C.; or at the Offices of the Auctioneer, 63, High-street, Willis, William, Sunderland, Durham, Grocer. March 21 at 11 at

Lewes. offices of Graham and Shepherd, John st, Sunderland Woods, James Daniels, Hanley, Stafford, Lime Burner. March 16 at

CITY OF LONDON. 11 at offices of Tenant and Co, Cheapside, Hanley

Lothbury, No. 39.--Block of Office Property, in an unrivalled Woodhead, James, Leeds, Grocer. March 22 at 11 at offices of Hopps

position, immediately facing the Bank of England and Bartholoand Bedford, Bank st, Leeds

mew-lane, adjoining the premises of the London and Westminster Bank on the one side and Throgmorton-street on the other, close to

the Stock Exchange, Royal Exchange, Lombard-street, and other SCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA.

centres of commerce. The ground floor occupies an area of about

600ft., and possession of this will be given. Anti-Dyspeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder.

MESSRS. HARVEY, DAVIDS, & MORRIS are Guaranteod Pure Soluble Cocoa of the Finest Quality, with the

II favoured with instructions by the directors of the Caledonian excess of fat extracted.

Insurance Company (shortly about to remove to the more comThe Faculty pronounce it "the most nutritions, perfectly digestible

modious offices recently purchased by them in King William beverage for Breakfa-t, Luncheon, or Supper, and invaluable for

street) to SUBMIT to PƯBLIC COMPETITION, at the MART, Invalids and Children."

Tokenhouse - yard, Bank of England, E.C., on WEDNESDAY,

MARCH 30, 1881, at TWO o'clock precisely, the highly eligible Highly commended by the entire Medica 1Press.

block of OFFICE PROPERTY, known as No. 39, Lothbury. Boing without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it suits all palates,

The premises, with a frontage towards Lothbury and Bartholokeeps better in all climates, and is four times the strength of cocoas

mew-lane, comprise on the sub and ground floors excellenty THICKENED yet WEAKENED with starch, &c., and IN REALITY CHEAPKR

lighted and lofty public offices, which, with the floor immediately than such Mixtures.

above, will be ready for vacant possession on the date of sale. Made instantaneously with boiling water, a teaspoonful to a Break.

The two upper floors are let to two highly-respectable firms under fast Cup, costing less than a halfpenny.

early expiring leases and producing rentals amounting to £300, ani COCOATINA A LA VANILLE is the most delicate, digestible, cheapest

it is estimated that the entire block would readily let to produce an Vanilla Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is pro

income of £1,500 a year. It is held on lease, with about 80 years hibited.

unexpired, at a low ground-rent. In tin packets at ls. 60., 38., 5s. 6d., &c., by Chemists and Grocer,

Particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained in due course RL Charities on Special Terms by the Sole Proprietors,

| the Mart; of Messrs. Ashurst, Morris, Crisp, & Co., Solciitors, 6, Old

Jewry, E.C.; and of Messrs. Harvey. Davids, & Morris, Auctioneers H. SCHWEITZER & co., 10, Adam-street, London, W.C. | and Surveyors, 117, Bishopsgate-street, Cornhill, E.C.

LONDON, MARCH 19, 1881.

IT IS WORTHY OF OBSERVATION, as a sign of the times, that during the last month we have chronicled the appointment as magistrates, in different parts of the country, of four gentlemen who are, or recently were, practising solicitors.

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CURRENT TOPICS .......

365 EXTRAORDINARY TRAFFIC ON HIGHWAYS ....

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"A SOLICITOR," writing to a daily paper, states that THE COX YAXCIXG BILL .....

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in “Stubbs' List' of Bills of Sale last week there were COREESPONDENCE ....... CASES OF THE WEEK :

three hundred and eighty-two registered bills of sale in Esparta Burden ........ .................................

England for securing amounts not exceeding twenty E parte Dann ................ ................ In re Farrar ....

371 pounds in each case. If this is true, it reveals a state of Hyön v. Terry ..

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things which calls for the attention of the Legislature. Re Union Bank of Kingston-upon-Hull ......

371 In re Carter .....

372 Redgrave y. Hurd.... Beddall v.Maitland.....................

372 Bruce v. Bruce and Laing....

373 The Bill to amend the law relating to leases, just CASES BEFORE THE BANKRUPTCY REGISTRARS:

introduced into the House of Commons by Mr. Davey, Ex parte Barker and another, Re Rogers ..............

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Q.C., is by far the most satisfactory of the measures SOCIETIES........... LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

375 brought into that House during recent sessions with COXPASIES .....

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376 CREDITORS' CLAIMS ...

the same object. The leading clause is adapted from LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK ............................

37 Lord CAIRNS' Bill, with alterations in which we trace the COURT PAPERS ...

777 handiwork of an esteemed correspondent who addressed LONDON GAZETTES, &c., &c...

a letter to us on the subject last year. It is proposed to

be provided that “ Where & lessor is proceeding, by CASES REPORTED IN THE WEEKLY REPORTER.

action or otherwise, to enforce a right of re-entry or

forfeiture under any proviso or stipulation in a lease for Allard, Ex parte. In re Simons (App.)........

........ 406 Attorney-General, The, v. The Edison Telephone Company of

the breach of any covenant or condition in the lease, or London (Ex. Div.) .............

has within the last two preceding months re-entered Bland v. Dawes (Ch. Div. V.C.)

............ 416 under any such right without action, the lessee may, Cavander's Trusts, In re (App.)

405 Charlton v. Charlton (App.) ...

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either in the lessor's action, if any, or in any action Child & Co. v. Thorley (Ch.Div. V.C.M.) ...

417 brought by himself, apply to the court for relief, and the Clarke v. Chamberlin (Ch.Div. V.C.M.) ...

415 court may grant or refuse relief as the court, having Dalrymple v. Hall (Ch Div. V.C.H.) ..........

421 Griffin, Ex parte. Ex parte Newton. In re Buny

regard to the proceedings and conduct of the parties, Harvey (otherwise Farnie) v. Farnie (App.).....

409

and to all the other circumstances, thinks fit; and in case Kit Hill Tunnel (Limited), In re The. Ex parte Williams

of relief may grant it on such terms, if any, as to costs, (Ch.Div. V.C.B.) ....

...................................... Leddell v. McDougal (App.) ...

... 403 expenses, damages, compensation, penalty, or other Manzoni v. Douglas (C.P. Div.)- .....

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matters relative to the breach, or to any subsequent like McCollin v. Gilpin (App.) .......

408 Peters v. Lewes and East Grinstead Railway Company (Ch.Div.

or other breach, as the court, in the circumstances of each V.C.H.) ........

422 case, thinks fit. Provided that the costs of the action Popham, In re (Lun ) ....... Radciyffe. In re. Pearce v. Radclyffe (Ch.Div. V.C.B.)....

shall be payable on the same principle as if the applica.

V.U.B.) ........ Sanders v. Sanders (Ch.Div. V.C.M.)

413 tion for relief were an action for the redemption of a Simmons v. Mitchell (P.C.) ........

mortgage.” Smith v. Day (Ch.Div. Fry, J.) ...... Watson and another y. The Great Western Railway Company (C.P. Div.) ...................................................

42 Wilmott v. Young (Ch.Diy. M.R.)....

41. IT IS TOO SOON YET to speak with certainty as to the Wolstenholme, In re. Marshall v. Aizlewood (Ch.Div. V.C.M.) 41%

working of the new arrangements for the conduct of business in the Queen's Bench Division, but in certain

respects it is tolerably obvious that advantage is gained. CURRENT TOPICS.

One of the most mischievous of the old arrangements was that by which the hearing of the new trial paper was, in most cases, postponed till after motions. Motions

always constituted a most uncertain element defying all WE ARE ENABLED TO STATE that, acting on the advice calculation, and the result was that often little or no of his medical attendant, Vice-Chancellor Malins has it progress was made with the new trial paper during the in contemplation to resign his office.

whole of one sittings. Now, at any rate on four days of the week, a divisional court will take the new trial paper alone, and on the other two days after motions.

This is a very great improvement. Another advantage WE PRINT elsewhere an order of transfer of thirty

Dirty will be with regard to the hearing of motions. Whereas causes from the list of the Master of the Rolls to that motions formerly could only be heard in the particular of Vice-Chancellor Bacon. None of the causes will be division in which the action or proceeding to which they placed in the paper for hearing before Tuesday next, related was brought, all motions can now be heard on except by the written consent of all parties.

any day upon which motions are taken. This will render it much more easy for those concerned to arrange for the

bringing on of motions. Instead of having to wait, as THE APPOINTMENT of Mr. L. W. CAVE, Q.C., to the heretofore, for one of the two days in the week upon vacant judgeship must be pronounced in every way satis- which motions were heard in the particular division, they factory. The new judge has long been known as a can bring on their motion on any day in the week. learned, able, and clear-headed lawyer; and he is, | Again, now that all the judges are available for all the happily, young enough to make a career on the bench business, instead of the business being broken up into

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parts among the different divisions, it is obvious that forget his old one. He has abandoned the working map there will be a much greater economy of the judicial and returned to the solicitors. On Tuesday last, in the strength, which can be applied from time to time to course of the hearing of a claim for preparing a bill of different classes of business as the state of the different | costs for a solicitor, the Commissioner is reported to have lists may render it desirable. If there is a block in any made the following intelligent and courteous obserparticular class of business, as, for instance, in the new vations :-“This is a new industry. In the olden trial paper, while the special paper is well in hand, two times solicitors used to make out their own bills divisional courts can be set to work to reduce the new of costs, but I see from the advertisemonts which trial paper to reasonable dimensions ; whereas formerly, appear in the newspapers and from this case that however great the arrears, or of however long standing they now put the papers into the hands of meu out. in one division in respect of any particular class of side the office with instructions to make as big a bill of business, practically the judges of the other divisions costs as possible, and as an inducement they pay a were unavailable for the purpose of clearing them off. per-centage on the amount recovered. I do not wonder

at the public complaining of bills of costs. Not only

is there the solicitor making as many costs as posAs WE POINTED OUT when the question was first raised.

sible, but there is a man behind him assisting the effect of the Parliamentary Oaths Act, 1866 (29 Vict. hiin to the same end. I think the public should c. 19), as read with the Promissory Oaths Act, 1868 (31

know, now that the question of costs is coming & 32 Vict. c. 75), s. 8, is that Mr. BRADLAUGH's seat in the before them. that these things are done " Peri House of Commons became vacated as if he were dead as haps the Commissioner will inform the public soon as he had sat without taking the proper Parliamen what a solicitor who happens to have no bill clerk at tary oath, and Mr. BRADLAUGH further became subject

the time, and has a press of work in his office, is to do to a penalty of five hundred pounds, to be recovered by when he is obliged to make out several heavy bills of action in any division of the High Court, for every time costs ? Unless he freely forgives his clients their debts, he has sat since bis election. This is the result of Mr. he must obtain outside assistance. And if he docs sco Justice MATHEW's judgment, and although two appeals

must he put a premium on idleness by paying his will, no doubt, be taken-to the Court of Appeal and the

assistant by the day? If not, how is he to compensate House of Lords-it may be predicted with confidence that him? To do so by the length of the bill or the unthey will be unsuccessful. The issue of the writ for taxed amount of it would be absurd. Who but the Northampton, however, will properly be postponed | Commissioner can see any harm in paving him by a com.. until the House of Lords has formally decided the point I mission on the amount decided by the taxing-master to of law; and, indeed, the House of Commons in ad.

| be justly due upon the bill ? mitting Mr. BRADLAUGH, “subject to any liability imposed by statute," appears to have recognized the principle that the ultimate determination of

IN SCOTLAND the legal profession possesses a distinct Mr. BRADLAUGH's right to sit rested with the courts

advantage in being definitely organized, so that when it of law alone, whose function it is to apply and

acts at all, it can act with corporate upanimity. In the construe every statute, whether it deals with the internal

first place, the judges of the superior courts, in their timeconstitution of the House of Commons or not. But it is

honoured capacity of “Senators of the College of Justice," plain that questions of the gravest character may remain

constitute a collective body such as is only suggested in: to be decided by the House of Commons. For instance,

our own “Supreme Court of Judicature." Then, the ought or ought not a question of membership of the House

Faculty of Advocates form another corporation, orof Commons to come before the House of Lords ? For this

ganized on a democratic basis, with not a few administhere is, we believe, no precedent. Election petition

trative duties to perform, and having a recognized head. questions and revising barristers' questions are, by the

As owners and managers of the greatest public library wording of the appeal clauses of the statutes which

north of the Tweed, also as managers of a Widows and regulate them, excluded from consideration by the House

Orphans Fund, and as electing their own dean by of Lords. Again, ought or ought not av Indemnity Bill

popular vote, the advocates are self-governing to a far to be passed ? For such a Bill the precedents are very

greater degree than are the members of the Inps of numerous. Perhaps the most recent (anterior to the

Court. The solicitors, too-or rather the majority of “ private Actonot printed,” whereby in 1880, Lord Byron

those who correspond to our solicitors—are banded and Lord PLUNKET were relieved from “ certain disabili.

together at least as strongly as in England. The supe. ties and penalties" in consequence of having sat and

rior grade, who do all the work of conveyancing, and voted in the House of Peers without being duly qualified

append to their names the mystic letters “ W.S.," are & by making and subscribing the oath prescribed by law) is

corporation possessing a library second only to that of the Larceny Advertisements Act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vict. c.

the advocates. The solicitors proper, who use the 65), by section 4 of wbich actions brought before the

initials “ S.S.C.,” are likewise a powerful society, accuspassing of the Act were permitted to be stayed upon

tomed to meet and act together. Thus it is that when payment by the defendant of the plaintiff's costs out of

an important measure of legal change, like the Court of pocket." This section only follows a “common form,

Session Bill, is brought before Parliament, the entire as may be seen from Grant v. Ridley (5 M. & G. 201).

profession, in its several branches, is able to make its There the plaintiff had recovered penalties to the amount

opinions known and to agitate with effect. A resoluof £21,500. The defendant sought the aid of the court

tion deliberately arrived at by the Faculty of Advocates, unsuccessfully, but of Parliament successfully (see

after a reference to a committee, and delivered through 6 & 7 Vict. c. 2), to get this burden shaken off. As for

the mouth of its dean (who is not a Goverr.ment officer), plaintiffs in this kind of action, they cannot even “com

deserves far more respect than the results of such pound" without leave of the court, and prior to the

meetings as that recently held in the Inner Temple abolition of the pillory at the commencement of the pre.

| Hall. sent reign, the punishment for unauthorized compounding of these actions was, by 18 Eliz. c. 5, that they should “stande on the pillorye in some markett towne next ad. The Lord Chancellor will preside at the eighth annual joininge where the offence should be commytted, and general meeting of the Barristers' Benevolent Association, there remayne by the space of two howres.”

which will be held in the Middle Temple Hall, on Wednesday, the 30th inst., at half-past four o'clock.

Lord Chief Justice May was tl.rown, by the sudden startWE DEEPLY REGRET to apnounce that we were wrong in ing of his horse wbile he was in the act of mounting it, on the opinion we ventured to express some time ago, that Mr. Saturday, at Sandymount, Dublin, and broke his collar-bone.. Commissioner KERR, having got a new enmity would | He is progressing favourably.

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