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able actuary and secretary for his great assiduity and attention to the business of the company. With Mr. MoOedy I will also inolode the staff, who certainly have done their duty admirably. I hope this resolution will be carried by acclamation.

Mr. Erasmus Wilson, F.R.S.—If I mt\y be permitted to second that resolution, I will say that there are dntii-s and duties ; and I feel quite convinced that the duties which devolve upi n our secretary and the staff are duties which they ptrfjrm wiihout hesitation, as a necessity of their nature, and that all their thoughts are directed towards the sncce.-s of the company with which they are associated. They do not wutk merely because work is a necessity of life, but because it is the only thing; calculated to prolong life, to give appetite and improve digestion, to make themselves happy, and also to confer benefit on the company in which they are interested. Under these circumstances, I am sure that all the shareholders present will throw up both hands in acclamation in supporting this motion.

The resolution having been very cordially adopted,

Mr. F. Mcgkdy said—Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen, on my own tehalf and on behalf of the staff, I return you my sincere thank* for this very cordial vote in recognition of our past conduct. If I may refer to what Mr. Wilson has ao kindly said in our favour, I would assure yon that our hearts are in the work, and that we do our best at all times to promote the interests of the company.

Mr. Pejiiskktos said he bad great pleasure in proposing a vote of thanks to their solicitor, Mr. Purges, to whose courtesy and judgment they were greatly indebted. There had never been a single instance since he had been their solicitor in which there had been any dissatisfaction with bis conduct, and both personally and professionally they were indebted to him for a great deal of the business which came to the office.

Mr. E. BuiiKiTT seconded the motion, which was at oas e agreed to.

Mr. Purges briefly acknowledged the compliment, assuri ng them that he should do all in his power to promote the interests ol the company.

Mr. Joseph Dodds, M.P.—There is another duty which we ought to discharge, and that is to psy a due meed of approbation to our excellent chairman. I beg to propose that our most hearty thanks be given to him for his valuable services to the company. We have seen him in this room and elsewhere conducting the business of the company in a manner that leaves nothing whatever to be desired. Entirely as I concur in the votes which have already been passed,and in theenlogiums which have been pronounced upon onr various officials, I am sure you will feel that without such an able head in guiding the society the success that has attended us up to the present time, and which seems to increase year by year, would not havebaen insured to ns.

Mr. Basil Field seconded the resolution, which was carried by acclamation.

The Chairman.—[ beg to tender you, gentlemen, my most sincere thanks for the very kind way in which you have passed this vote of thanks. I feel that you are far too kind, and that your expressions in appreciation of my services are mora eulogistic than they Bbould be. I can only say that I will endeavour, as far as I possibly can, by every means in my power, to promote the success of this company, which I have very much at heart, and nothing gives me greater pleasure than to see it progress year by year.

The meeting then dispersed.

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. EnwAitn Ebesezkr Kay, Q.C., has been appointed a Judge of the Chancery Division, in succession to Sir Kichard Malina, revignrd. Mr. Justici Kav is the sou of Mr. Kobert Kay, of Kochdale, Lancashire, and was born in 1822. He was educat-d at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated 15.A., in 1844, and he was called to the bar at Lincolu's-inu in Trinity Term, 1847. He published (in conjunction with Mr. Henry Vauirhan. Johnson) several volumes of reports in tho court of Vice-Chancellor Wood. He be(ame a (Queen's Counsel in 1866, and lie was for several years one of the leaders in the court of Vice-chancellors Wcol, Giffard, James, aud Bacon. Mr. Justice Kay is a

bencher of Lincolu's-inn, a member of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting, a magistrate for Norfolk, and one of the chairmen of quarter sessions for that county.

Mr. William Joseph Bird, solicitor, of Liverpool, has) been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in theSupreme Court of Judicature.

Mr. Ubiah Bower Brodribb, solicitor, of 42, Cornbill,. has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

Mr. Montgomery Hooper, solicitor, Birmingham, hasbeen appointed by the Lord Chancellor a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

Mr. William John Homfrys, solicitor, of Hereford, has b-eu appointed by the high sherifi of Herefordshire (Mr. Edward Howorth Greenly) to be Under-Sheriff of that county for the ensuing year. Mr. Hutnfrys was admitted a> solicitor in 1863.

Mr. Theodore John Smith, solicitor (of the firm of Smith & Atkinson), of Hastings and Bye, has been appointed, a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judioature.

COMPANIES.

WINDING-UP NOTICES.
Joint Stock Companies.

Limited In Chancery.

Algerian Mineral Company, Limited.—Petition for winding up„ presented March 23, directed to be heard before the M.R. on Apr 2. Milne and Co, Harcourt bldgs, Temple, agents for Raby, Man* cheater, solicitor for the petitioner

Darlington Iron Company, Limited.—By an order made by the M.R. dated March 19 it was ordered that tho voluntary winding up of the company be continued, and the court appointed William Barclay Peat. Lothbury, an additional liquidator, to act jointly with Edwin Waterhonse, the liquidator. Bower and Cotton, Chancery lane, solicitors for the petitioners

Ecclbshill Worsted Mill Company, Limited.—Creditors aro required, on or before Apr 22, to send their names and addressee, and the particulars of their debts or claims to William Gilyard, Bradford. May 6 at 11 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Edison Telephone Company Of London, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before Apr 25, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or clains, to Samuel Lowell Price, Gresham st. May 9 at 11 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon tho debts or claims

General Firewood Company, Limitkd.—Creditors are required, on or before Apr 27 to sei.d their names and addresses and tho particulars of their debts or claims to George Augustus Cape. Old Jewry. May 10 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

Metropolitan And Suburban Steam Laundry Company, Limited. —Petition for winding up, presented March 21, directed to boheard before the M.R. on Apr 2. Barker, Bedford row, solicitor for the petitioners

Newfoundland Land Company, Limited.—Petition forwindicgup, presented March 21, directed to be heard before the M.R. on Apr 2. Makinson aud Carpenter, Devereux ct, Temple, solicitors for the petitioner

Nkwpokt Credit Association, Limited.—Petition for winding up presented March 21, directed to be heard Iwfore the M.R. on Apr 2. Rogers and Chave, Queen Victoria st, solicitors for the petitioners

Stratford Free Lance And Wkst Ham Reporter Newspapib ComPany, Limited.—Petition for winding up, presented March 19, directed to be heard before the M.R. on Apr 2. Peace and Waller, Grocer's Hall ct. Poultry, solicitors for the petitioner

Ynisnendwy Tin Plate Company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before Apr 30 to send their names and Addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Richard Garnaub Cawker, Temple st, Swansea. May 16 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

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Sanderson And (company, Limited.—Creditors are required, on or before Apr 30, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debt* or claims to Thomas George Sharpe, Hudderstield. May 18 at 12 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the claims

Yarmouth Aquarium Society, Limited.—The M.R. has by azv order, dated March -i, appointed Mr. Lovewell Blake, Great Yarmouth, to l>e official liquidator. Creditors are required, on orbefore Apr 20 to send their names an I addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims to the above. May 10 at II is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and rlaiict*.

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Unlimited In Chancery.

MlDDLESBOBOCGH, REDCAK, SALTBURN-BY-TII B-sea, AND Clbyb—

Land District 1'krmanrnt Bknbfit Building: Society.—Petition

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Deeping St James, Lincoln. March 23
Dodlestox Fhiktdly Society, Dodleston. Chester. March 22

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BUSINESS AT WESTMINSTER.

Although, eaya the Timet reporter, only two or three weeks have elapsed since, at the end of February, when the Order in Council fusing the common law divisions took effect, the Judicature Act came for the first time fall; into operation, the effect of continnons sittings of courts for different kinds of business has already been shown in a very striking way. As to business in Bane, the Special Paper was speedily cleared, and the New Trial Paper much reduced; and only two oases remained in the Crown Paper and five from inferior courts. The great balk of business in Banc is (as it has always been) in the Trial Paper, though that is ranch rednced, as regards business in Banc, by the operation of Lord Cairns' Aot, nuder which the judges who try cases dispose of them on further consideration ; and, of course, Dew cases are continually being entered from time to time; bnt at this time only 69 cases remain in tbe New Trial Paper and 12 in the Special Puper—Biz special cases and six demurrers—and two in tbe Crown Paper and five from inferior court?, making altogether only 88 oases in Banc to dispose of, which two courts in Banc will be sitting continuously up to Easter to try, and, it may safely be said, will dispose of them all. As to Ifisi Prius business, the following isa correct account:—Total Middlesex printed list, 741. (Tbe figures on the list are 734. The additional seven were causes which were stayed at the time of the publication of the list, and were therefore omitted from it, hut afterwards restored to their places on becoming ready for trial) :— Tried, special juries, 80; common juries, 207— 287; withdrawn or struck out, 25G ; stayed, 21; in list for March 26, 4; made remanets by the patties, SO; remands for want of time to try, special juries, 19; common juries, 74—93; total, 741. Estimated lilt for Easter Sitting :—The above remaneU, 173 ; entered after the publication of the Hilary printed list, and now ready for trial, 344 ; probable entry to April 27 inclusive, judging by experience—say, 163; total, 680. Then the following is a corteot statement of tbe cues in the London List:—In the present printed list there are—Special juries, 170; common juries, 30S—478. Of the special juries, 14 actions by the same plaintiff (on marine policies) are stayed. About 20 other actions are also already stayed. The 478, therefore, should be considerably discounted before the real task which is before the < ourts can be correctly estimated.

OBITUARY.

MR. JOHN BREND WINTERBOTHAM. Mr. John Brand Winterbotbam, solicitor (the head of tbe firm of Winterbotbam, Bell, & Winterbothams), of Cheltenham, died on February 27. Mr. "Winterbotbam was tbe son of the Bev. William Winterbotham, and was born in 1805. He wan admitted a solicitor in 1827, and had practised for more than half a oentury at Cheltenham. Hh was for several years associated in partnership with his elder brother, the late Mr. Bayner Winterbotham, and was afterwards joined by Mr. John Penrioe Bell, and still more recently by his sons, Mr. John Brend Winterbotham, jos. (who was admitted in 1854), and Mr. James Batten Winterbotham (who was admitted in 1859). Mr. Winterbotbam always acted with the Liberal party, and took an active interest in local business. He was for many years one of tbe Cheltenham Improvement Commissioners. He was opposed to tbe incorporation of the borough, but ever since the granting of the charter be had been a member of the Town Counoil for tbe South Ward. Two or three years ago be declined a request to serve the offioe of mayor. Mr. Winterbotham was buried on the 3rd nit., most of tbe members of tbe Town Council being present at tbe funeral.

CREDITORS' CLAIMS.

CREDITORS UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY.

LAST DAY OF PROOF. Ambrose, Samitel, Haven lane, Haven Green, Gardener. April 5.

Ambrose v Ambrose, Fry, J. Wright, Walbrook Bollkteb, Henry, Charlotte st, Portland plt Gent. April 25.

Hess v. Bolleter, Fry, J. Howard, New Bridge st Coates, Edmund, jun, Lodpre rd, St John's Wood, Wine Merchant.

April 15. Irving' v Barker, M.R. Barker, Bedford row Hargravk, Charles, Clanricarde gdns, Bayswater, Gent. April

11. Coupland v Allen, V.C. Hall. Phillips, Old Jewry cbmbrs Harris, George Smith Delavil, Linslade, Bucks, M.D. April 11*

Cloutte v Harris, V.C- Bacon. Martin, Fenchurch st Mohdex, James Joseph, Colchester, Plumber. April 20. MorUen

v Martin, V.C. Hall. White, Colchester Roche, James, Deal, Gent. April 22. Newman v Roche, V.C. Bacon.

Mellor, Harcourt bldgs, Temple RobTe, Johx Jamks, Plymouth, Gent, and Jane Rorik, Homidu

comble pi, Plymouth. April 10. Rorie v Rorie, V.C. Malins. Vizard,

Lincoln's inn fields Swift, William, Ledsham, Chester, Hotel Keeper. April 18. Swift

v Swift, V.C. Bacon. Moore, Birkenhead Wilson, Jake, Sliema, Malta. May 1. Hensman v Clark, V.C. Hall

Honsman, College hill

[Gazette, March 18.] Evans, William, Pennard, Farmer. April 15. Evans v Davies,.

M.R. Collins, Swansea Hill, Hugh, London rd, Southwark, Horse Repository Keeper.

March 23. Pharoah v Apps, V.C. Bacon. Castle, Poultry Ingham, Jamks, Stonestile, nr Bradford, Farmer. April 14. Ingham

v Ingham, V.C. Bacon. Cross, Bmdford Lbadbittkh, Thomas Gibson, Low Warden, Northumberland, Gent

April 23. Gibson v Gibson, V.C. Hall. Gibson, Hexham Peppercorn, William, Luton, Yeoman. April 21. Peppercorn v

Peppercorn, V.C. Hall. Millman, Great James st, Bedford row Sbllen, Jambs, Sheerness, Licensed Victualler. April 15. Fray v

Sollen, M.R. Winch, Chatham Whitb, John, Skipton, York, Builder. April 30. White v White,_

Fry, J. Robinson, Skipton

[Gazette, March 22.]

CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 25.

LAST DAY OF CLAIM. Anderson, Jane, Sunderland, Shipowner. Apr 11. Steel, Sunderland

Bailey, Mary Ann, Wateringbury, Kent. Apr 20. Marchant and Co, George yd, Lombard st

Biker, Rouert Benjamin, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Gent. May 1. Webb, Austinfriars

Bradshaw, John, Bramlcy, Leeds, retired from business. May 2. Nelson and Co, Leeds

Brady, John, Westbuiy upon Trym, Gloucester, retired Surgeon. Apr 0. Gregory and Son, Bristol

Brown, Hbnby, Halifax, Draper. June 1. Stansfeld, Halifax

Brown, Lbnna, Stafford. Apr 30. Greatrex, Stafford

Cartwright, Fairfax William, New Burlington st. Esq, M.P, Apr 23. Maude, Lincoln's inn fields

Close, Thomas, Nottingham, Esq. Apr 30. Cursham, Nottingham

Culley, Henry, Old Basford, Nottingham, Bleacher. Apr 11. Richards and Woodward, Nottingham

Dalton, Jane Sarah, Aubourn, Lincoln. Tweed and Co, Lincoln

Davies, Frances, The Pavement, Clapham common. Mayl. Greenfield, Abchurch lane

Dodst, William Henry, Greenwich, Kent, Pilot. Apr 11. Howard and Shelton, Greenwich rd

Gray, Joseph, Wilton, York, Farmer. Apr 6. Whitehead, Pickering

Green, George, sen, Mawby rd, Camborwell, Gent. Apr 10. Howard and Shelton, Threadneedle st

Griffin, Robert, Eastnold rd, Hornsey. Mar 20. Trehearne, Victoria st, Westminster

Haggbr, John, Brook st, New rd, Gent. Apr 8. Smith and Wilmcr,. New sq, Lincoln's inn

Holller, Ruth, Peckham, Surrey. Apr 30. Harcourt, Moorgatc st

Kendall, Thomas MiTcnsLsoN, jun, Newton upon Rawclifle, York Esq. May 1. Peters, York

Lambton, John, Sunderland, Durham, Shipowner. Apr 11. Steel, Sunderland

Lloyd, William, Llanarmonynyale, Denbigh, Clerk in Holy Orders.

Apr 21. Lloyd and Roberts, Ruthin Luke, JonN, Plymouth. Apr 11. Coode and Co, St Austell Mackie, William, Hindley, Lancaster, Gent. Apr 1. Rowbottom,

Wigan

Marshall, Edenezer John, Chichester rents, Chancery lano, Licensed Victualler, Apr 30. Harcourt, Moorgate st

Martin, Robert, St Austell, Cornwall, China Clay Merchant. Apr 0. Coode and Co, St Austell

Metcalfe, William, Thresh tie Id, York, Innkeeper. Apr 9. Robinson, Skipton

Mitchell, Nancy, Brighton. Apr 30. Harcourt, Moorgate st' Molbsworth, Thomas William Ponsonby, Park lane, Tottenham.

Esq. Apr 4. Nelson and Co, Essex st. Strand Mollart, Frances, Hartley, Stafford. Apr 1U. Wilson, Stoke upon

Trent

Moon, James Stocks, Lingfleld, Surrey, Esq, Apr 20. Learoyd and Co, Albion chambers, Moorgate

Moore, Henry, Mardens, Hilduul>orough, Kent, Esq. May 10, Johnson, Lincoln's inu fields

Nunn, Mary Ann, Colchester. March 31. Prior, Colchester

Osborne, George Willouodby, Hawford, Worcester, Major General in Indian Army. Apr. 10, Clarke. Greshaui Houso, Old Broad st

Paul, Mary, Melcombe Regis. Apr 30. Baskett and Son, Evershot Preecb, Samuel Moffatt, Maidenhead, Berks, Auctioneer. Apr

30. Word, Maidenhead ^rance, Mart, Teignmouth, Dovon. May 9. Griffith, High Holborn Roger, Jackson, Beck, Lam pi ugh, Cumberland, Retired Farmer.

Apr 11. McKelvie, Whitehaven Ruston, Maey Ann, Whitehaven, Cumberland. Apr 2. Atter,

Whitehaven

Simons, Gkohge, Leicester, Gent. Apr 20. Stevenson and Son, Leicester

-smalk, Thomas Land, Tuffnell pk rd, Holloway, Hay Salesman.

Apr 15. Martin, London Wall ■smallcombk, John, Box, Wilts. Apr 11. Rolwrtson and Maulc,

Bath

Smith, Lucy, Leicester. May 2. Stevenson and Son, Leicester Stockdalk, Robkbt, Darlington, Durham, Butcher. Apr 16. Kewby

and Co, Stockton on Tees Nuffield, Right Hon Emily Harriot, Dowager Lady, Weymouth.

Apr 18. Taylor, Norwich "torrentink, George, Whitehaven, Cumberland, Builder. April.

McKelvie, Whitehaven ^venablks. Robert, Walthamstow, Essex, Esq. Apr 30. Edell,

King st, Cheapside Ward, John, Wakefield, no occupation, Apr 16. Jackson, Malton Warwick, Jane, Scotby, nr Carlisle, Cumlx?rland. Apr 22. Thornburn, Carlisle

Wilde, Edward, Naimwood, Llandrinio, Montgomery, Farmer.

Apr 20. Davies, Oswestry Wood, Roukut, Winder, Cumberland, Mining Steward. April.

McKelvie, Whitehaven "young, William, Chorlton on Medlock, Lancaster, Shipping Agent. March 31. Myers, Manchester

[Gazette, Mar. 15.] Alder, Thomas, Wakefield, York, Esq. July 1. Harrison and

Beaumont, Wakefield . Beadkl, Sophia, St Leonard's on Sen. Apr 18. Harrison and Co,

Lincoln's inn fields Lbecket, John, Heath, nr Wakefield, Esq. July 1. Harrison and

Beaumont, Wakefield Bkkars, Thomas, Bcal, Kellington, York. Farmer. Apr 30. Wood, Pontefract

Brett, Mary, St Leonanl's on Sea. May 2. Harris and Godwin,

Mooi

Brown, John Norman, Clifton, Bristol, Gent. Apr 30. Beckenham, Bristol

-c'akter, Rev James, Bridekirk Vicarage, Cumberland. Apr 25.

Hayton and Simpson, Cockermouth Couskn, .john, Hoimesdalc rd, South Norwood,Esq. Mayl. Frascr,

Furnival's inn

Dale, Alfred, Lcytonstone. Apr 30. King and Peto, Abchurch lane

Dawson, Dantel, Rochdale, Lancaster, Silk Mercer. May 1. Tyrer

and Co, Liverpool Eccles, Anthony, Eyurth Hall, Denbigh, Esq. Maj- 18. Collins

and Co, Liverpool Edwabdso.v, Muv Ann, Liverpool. Apr 26. Whitley and Co,

Liverpool

Edwahiison, Robert Chables, Liverpool. Apr 20. Whitley and Co, Liverpool

Ftrnival, Jacob, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick, Esq. Apr 30.

Southern, Royal Leamington Spa Fyleh, Rev Samuel Abnot, Coinhill, Northumberland. May 2.

Jones, Durham

•goldiiam, Rev Richard, Lee, Kent, Clerk. Juno 14. Dufficld

and Bruty, Tokenhouse yard Gordon, Elizabeth, Oadby, Leicester. May 1. Oliver and Sons,

Carey st

Haggeb, Francis, Warren st, Fitzroy sq. Apr 13. Smith and Wilmer, New sq

Haggeb, James, Vinegar yard, St Giles South, Tallow Chandler.

Apr 18. Smith and Wilmer, New sq, Lincoln's inn fields Haggkr, Joseph, Brentford, Commercial Traveller. Apr 13. Smith

and Wilmer, Lincoln's inn fields Haggkr, Lydia Klizabkth, Warren st, Fitzroy sq. Apr 13. Smith

and Wilmer, New square, Lincoln's inn Haggeb, Samson, Warren st, Fitzroy sq. Apr 13. Smith and

Wilmer, New sq, Lincoln's inn Hallsall, Daniel, Sutton, St Helou's, Lancaster, Provision Dealer.

May 6. Thomas. St Helens Harbison, Charles, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Gent. May 16.

Griffiths, Cheltenham James, Frederick, Clifton, Bristol, Merchant. Apr 30. Peters,

Bristol

Jones, Alexander, Prince of Wales terrace, Kensington, Esq.

Apr 11. Boxall and Boxall, Chancery lane Jones, Evans, Durham rd, Upper Holloway, Carpenter. Apr 14.

Howard and"Shclton, Threadnecdlc st Keene, Rev Charles Edmund Ruck, Swyncombc pk, Oxford,

Clerk. Apr 30. Thompson and Dcbenhams, Sailers' Hall court,

Cannon st

Kenyon, Thomis, Wilpshirc, nr Blackburn, Innkeeper. Apr 16.

Wilkinson, Blackburn Kkkki-on, Henry James, Becclcs, Suffolk, Gent. Apr 30. Fiske,

Beccles

life**, Edward. Kingston upon Hull, Gold and Silversmith. May 3. Thnrney, Hull

Makes, John, Cilrhedyn, Carmarthen, Farmer. Apr 23. George,

Newcastle Emlyn Marsh, William Ranicar, Parkfiold Atherton, nr Manchester,

Gent. Apr 30. Taylor and Sons, Bolton Moss, Henry, Ashton-jnxta-Birminghnm, Commercial Traveller.

March 31. Lowe and Son, Birmingham Owen, Robert, Clifton House, nr Rotherham, York, Gent. June

29. Nicholson and Co, Wath, nr Rotherham T*ohm\n, John, Mary]>ort, Cumberland, Gent. Apr 25. Hayton

and Simpson, Cockermouth pAscoB, Henry, Torriano avenue, Camden rd, Gentleman. May

2. Watson, Southampton bldgs, Chancery lano

Preston, Edward, Grange rd, Bermondsey, Builder, Apr 25.

Wilkson and Drew, Bermondsey st Seaton, John Louis, Hampstead rd, Upholsterer. Apr 18. Roscoc

and Co, Kings st, Finsbury sq Saunders, Georgb, W'allingford, Berks, Auctioneer. May 2.

Hedges and Co, Wallingford Shbphebd, James, Jeffry's sq, Ship and Insurance Broker. Apr

5. Gole, Lime st Shirwood, Elizabeth, Birmingham, Pattern Card Maker. Apr U.

Robinson and Son, Birmingham Simcoates, Thomas, Anderby, Lincoln, Grazier. May 2. Caporn

and Co, Holbeach Skitt, Johf, Stockwell, Surrey, Gent. Juno 14. Dufueld and

Bruty, Tokenhouse yard Stackhousr-acton, Francis, Acton Scott, Salop. Apr 4. Salt,

Shrewsbury

Taylor, William, Binriingham, Jeweller. March 31. Turner, Birmingham

Thompson, Frederick, Wakefield, York, Corn Millers Engineer.

July 1. Harrison and Beaumont, Wakefield Thompson, Samuel, Skipworth, York, Farmer. Apr 23. Phillips,

York

Toogogd, William, Mount st, Grosvenor sq. Glass Merchant. May 1. Holmes and Co, Arundel

West, Thomas, Worcester, Gent. May 19. Gillam and Sons, Worcester

WriLD, Thom Is. Cold Eaton, Derby, Farmer. May 1. Holland and

Rigby, Ashborne Williamson, William, Lower Norwood, Surrey, Gent. Apr 15.

Goodheart and Medcalf, Mincing lane Woodcock, Martha, Leeds, Eating house Keeper. Apr 18. Mark

land and Davy, Leeds Woethington, Mark, Bramhall, Chester, Farmer. April 20.

Kcarslcy and Co, Manchester Young, Jane, Fenton Wooler, Northumberland, Domestic Servant.

May 1. Gray, Berwick upon Tweed

[Gazette, Mar. IS.]

Acbaman, Alfred John, Gratton road West, Kensington Park, Official Assignee. Apr 30. Baileys and Co, Berners st

Anderson, Matthew, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne. May 1. Griffith and Co, Newcastle upon Tyne

Aston, William, Birmingham, Manufacturing Jeweller. May 16. Pointon, Birmingham

Barrow, Richard, Newmarket St Mary, Suffolk, Veterinary Surgeon. Apr 30, Fenn, Newmarket

Bibuy, Sarah, Chester terrace, Regent's Park, Domestic Servant. May 1. Leman and Co, Lincoln's inn fields

Biggs, Alfred, Brighton, Gentleman. May 17. Poole, Bartholomew close

Biggs, Charles Bennett, Brighton, of no occupation. May 17. Poole, Bartholomew close

Blackeo, William, Lathom, Lancaster. Jane 15. Whitaker, Lancaster pi, Strand

Blakbley, Luke, Soothill, Dowsbury, Rag Merchant. Apr 30. Scholefield and Taylor, Batlcy.

Carver, Fbancis, Langthorpe, York, Farmer. Apr 16. West, Thirsk

Chamot, Alex\ndbr Louis, Boltons, South Kensington, Merchant. May 15. Munns and Longden, Old Jewry

Clarke, John, Peckham grove, Camlwrwoll, Commercial Traveller. Apr 28. Parkes, Queen Victoria street

Constable, Henry, Epsom, Surrey, Jockey. Apr 25. White, Epsom

Dohehty, Rev John, Turnham Green, Clerk. Apr 23. Biggin, Chancery lane

Dorman, John, Ashford, Kent, Tanner. Apr 30. Dorman, Sandwich

Edwards, Isaac, Ebbw Vale, Monmouth, Beerhouse Keeper. May

1. Rice Han-is, Tredegar Edwards, Mary, Mostyn, Flint. May 31. Cope, Holywell Fawdington, Thomas! Gate Fulford, York, Glass Painter. May 2.

Newton and Co, Y'ork Habgood, James,Bristol, Gentleman. Apr21. Wise, Bristol Hudson, Rev Frank, Blackdown Manor, nr Kcnilworth, Warwick,

Clerk. Apr 30. Heath and Blenkinsop, Warwick Hull, Thomas, Witton Gilbert, Durham, Builder. May 2. Proud,

Bishop Auckland Love, Huikiet Blagrave Deane, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. Apr

17. Freeman and Hothamley, Queen street, Cheapsido Mathias, Mabgahetta Letitia, Narberth, Pembroke. Mar 31.

Eaton and Co, Haverfordwest. Mcleod, William, Kingston upon Hull, Joiner. June 1. Peach,

Hull

Metcalf, William, Settrington, York, Farmer. Apr 22. Jackson, Malton

Nash, John, Reigate, Surrey, Gentleman. May 24. Head, Reigate

Page, Elizabeth, Victoria square, Pimlico. Apr 20. Radcliffes

and Co, Craven street, Charing cross Pitstow, Maria, Chelmsford, Essex. May 1. Albert Copland,

Chelmsford

Reason, Francis, Highworth, Wilts, Farmer. Apr 30. Kinneir

and Tombs, Swindon Robinson, Saint Peter, Huttoft, Lincoln, Farmer, May 15.

Bourne and Rhodes, Alford Scoffham, Jethro, Leomansley, Lichfield, retired Innkeeper.

Apr 30. Barnes and Rusaell, Lichfield Shehbiff, George Washington, Streatham, Surrey, Esq. Apr 17,

Freeman and Bothamley, Queen street, Cheapside Smith, Joseph, West Bromwich, Stafford, Farmer. May 30.

Caddick, West Bromwich Smith, Wordsworth, Rydal, Westmoreland, Esq. Apr 30. Sotton

and Ommanney, Great Winchester street Stewart, William George, Albion grove, Barnsbury, Gentleman.

May IS. Herbert, Vigo Btreet, Regent street Thomas, Daniel, Ebbw Vale, Monmouth, Pauper Lunatic. May 1

Harris, Tredegar

Thomas, Jbvkiy, Lis worn ey, nr Cowbridge, Glamorgan, Farmer.

Apr 20. Da vies, Neath Thomas, Rev Thomas Alfred, Efenechtyd, Denbigh, Clerk. May

1. Lloyd and Roberts, Ruthin Wills, Josbph, Sheffield, Silver Plater. Apr 18. Rodgers and

Co, Sheffield

Whitbhouse, Maky, Aire was, nr Lichfield, Stafford. Apr 30.

Barnes and Russell, Lichfield "wicks, Emily, St Catharine's Plain, Norwich. Junel. Chittock

and Woods, Norwich WiLsoir, Jour, Scotby, Cumberland, Farmer. Apr 30. Hodgson,

Carlisle

Gazette, March 22.1

LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK.

HOUSE OF LORDS. MARCH 24.—BILL IN COMMITTEE. India Office (Sale of Superfluous Land).

BILLS BEAD A THIRD TIME. Crystal Palaoe, Oxford Police.

MARCH 25.-BILL READ A THIRD TIME. Private Bill.—Cambridge University Gas.

MARCH 26.—BILL READ A FIRST TIME. Consolidated Fond (No. 2).

MARCH 28.-BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. Private Bills.—Allan's Estate, Cleveland Extension Mineral Railway, Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway (Additional Powers).

Consolidated Fond Bill (No 2) (also read a third time).

BILL READ A THIRD TIME.
Private Bill.—Penartb, Solly, and Barry Railway.

MARCH 29.—ROYAL ASSENT. The Royal Assent was given by Commission to the following Bills : — Consolidated Fnnd (No. 2); Local Taxation Returns (Scotland); India Office (Sale of Superflooas Land); Local Government Boards Provisional Orders Confirmation (Godalming, &c); Combridge University and Town Gas.

BILL READ A SECOND TIME. Private Bill.—Synchronizing, Pneumatic, and Eleotric Company.

BILL READ A THIRD TIME. Private Bill.—Lydd Railway.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. MARCH 24.—BILLS IN COMMITTEE. Consolidated Fond (No. 2), Bill of Sain Aot Amendment.

BILLS READ A THIRD TIME. Private Bills. — Bingley Water and Improvement, Maidstone and Ashford Railway, Metropolitan Dietriot Bailway. Ryton Local Board (Water), Seaoombe, Hoy lake, and Deeside Railway, Tyne Improvement.

MARCH 25.—BILLS READ A THIRD TIME. Private Bills.—London, Chatham and Dover Railway (City and Suburban Traffic Station), London, Chatham, ani Dover Railway (Farther Powers), London, Chatham, and Dover Railway (Maidstone and Faversham Junction). BILL READ A FIRST TIME. Bill to appoint Additional Commissioners for executing the Aots for granting a Land Tax and other Rates and Taxes (Mr. J. Holms).

MARCH 28.—BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. Private Bills.—Brighton and Dyke Railway, Dudley and Oldbnry Junction Railway, South London Tramways, West Lancashire Railway, Whitland and Cardigan Railway. Leases.

BILLS READ A THIRD TIME. Private Bills.—Burry Port and North-Western Junction Railway, Great Eastern and Fast Norfolk Railway Companies (New Title), Swindon and Cheltenham Extension Railway, Richmond Gas, Tuokton Bridge.

BILL READ A FIRST TIME. Bill to amend the Agricultnral Holdings Act, 1875 (Mr. S. Hill).

MARCH 2?.—BILLS READ A THIRD TIME. Private Bills. — Australian Agricultural CompaDy, Fylde Water, Hancock's Patent, Hexbam Gas.

MARCH 30.—BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. Private Bill.—Central Norfolk Railway. Metropolitan Open Spaces Act (1877) Amendment, Municipal Corporations Aot (1859) Amendment.

COURT PAPERS.

HIGH COUR.T OF JUSTICE.
QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION.

LONDON.—HILARY SITTING, 1881. This list contains all actions entered in tho Queen's Bench: Division in which notice of trial has been given; and also all actions in the Chancery Division, in which notice has been given of trial beforo a judge and jury, up to and including 28th March,. 1881.

The actions which have been entered but for various reasons are at present not ready for trial are omitted from this list. Such of them as become ready during the present sitting will be inserted as ■ nearly as possible in their original positions.

LIST OF ACTIONS FOR TRIAL.

1 Borthwicks (Van Sandau and C) v Peacock (H F Ward)

2 Corbin (Gard, C and H) v Powis (Combe and W)

3 Pilditch (L G W Goddon) v Dimbleby (Smith, Davies and Co)

4 Rawes (W Brewer) v Temple (G Lockyer)

5 Berla, Cotrim and Co (Norton, R and Co) v E Fellas and Co ■

(Lowless and Co) SJ

6 Preston (Parker and Co) v The Cleveland Extension Mineral

Ry Co (Cbappell, Sons and G) SJ 6a Sir John Pirie and Co (Same) v The Middle Dock Co (W A Crump and Son) without jury

7 Lady Llanover (Freshflelds and W) v Ebbw Vale Steel, &c, Co,

Id (Robinson, P and S) SJ 7a Lehmkubl (R G Greening) v Blyth and Co (Houghton and B)

8 Cooper (T Cooper and Co) v Mcllwraith and anr (Ingledew and

I)

0 Anderson (G and W Webb) v Brockelbank Shipping Co, Id (Kisch, Son and H)

10 Irvine fShum, C and Co) v Scrutton, Sons and Co (Nash andF)

SJ

11 Winsrove (Hilleory and T) v Tubbs and Lewis (Chapeli, W and.

Co) SJ

11a Harvey (W Bristow) v Willcox (C F B Birchall)

12 Wright and anr (.1 T Moss) v London and St Kath Dock Co

(W M Hacon) SJ

13 Bntneff (Holluins, Son and C) v Kinloch and Co (J Knight) SJ

14 Sutton (Dalton and Jesselt) v Gt Eastern Ry Co (C A Curwooii)

15 Holliday (G and W Webb) v Same (Same) SJ

10 Mackintosh (C O Humphreys and S) v Stewart (Gcdge and Co) ■ SJ

17 Bakewell (J Rae) v Geen (W Beck)

18 Tamblyn (A M Bradley) v Tho City Bank (Ingle, C and H) SJ

19 London and County Banking Co (Harries, W and R) v Card (B

Woodard) SJ pt hd 19a Keeble (W F Morris) v Whitworth (Ashuret, M, C and Co)

20 Roggio (Lowless and Co) v Norrington and Co (F Needham)

SJ

21 Weigel (W Beck) v Mountain (Simpson and P) SJ

22 Dubois and anr (Miller and M) v Bishop (Lawrance, P and B)

SJ

23 Peterborough rateut Brick and Tile Co Id (A S Hatchett-Jones)

v Mills (Speechly and Co) S J

24 RafTetv (Tilleard, G and II) v North London Ry Co (Paines and

Co) SJ

25 Island City Savings Bank (Lyne and H) v Tully and anr

(Maples and Co) SJ
DO Weigel (W Beck) v Dyson (Wilson and Son)

27 Eislor (T Blair) v Bennct (White, B and W) SJ

28 Schneider (W Beck) v Ghioucas (W St Aubyn)

29 Pellison, Pere and Co (L Burnett) v Marsh and Meyers (J A

Hales ; Kent and K)

30 Hutchinson (Tatham, Oblein and N) v The Army and Navy,

Provision Market, Id (Birch and K) SJ

31 Batty (J E Carter) v Clever (G R Dodd)

32 Brown and anr (Ellis and Crossflold) v Marsh and anr (Ken

and K)

33 Battling (Simpson and C) v Bartlctt (Watson, Son and R)

34 With and anr (Ingledew and I) v Luff (B H Van Tromp)

35 Oliver and anr (Keenc, M and B) v Dudin (Farnfields)

30 Stenning (Lowless and Co) v Kressinau (Holloms, Son and C) SJ

37 Porcas (Farnfields) v Hawthorn (Keene, M and B)

38 Phillips and anr (Johnsons, Upton and Co) v Savary, Young

and Co (E Andrew) SJ

39 ClarkBOn (F Bradley) v North London Ry Co (Paines and Co)

40 Hayward (J Hay ward) v Holloway and anr (Robinson, P and.

S; Paddison, Son and T)

41 Leveaux (E Dow and Co) v Bertram (Ellis and Crossfield)

42 Dyball (T G Bullen) v Campbell (Lowin and Co) SJ

43 Lown and Sons (R H Word) v Bindoff and Co (J F Nutt and

Co)

44 Evans (Learoyd and Co) v North Met Tram Co (H C Godfray

SJ

46 Colfinhoun (G Clark) v PuTeston and anr (Freshflelds and W SJ

46 Gladstone (Simpson and C) v Broads, Paterson and May (Link

laters) SJ

47 Cavell and Wife (J T Moss) v London Tram Co (H C Godfray) >

SJ

48 Foy and ors (J and R Gole) v Braid and anr (J Nicholas)

49 George (W Rawlins) v Dobson (J E Bctts)

60 Kcsterton (Dubois and R) v Lloyd's Banking Co, Id (Wmgg, E* and Co)

51 Western Australia Guano Co and ors (R Greening) v Jenkins1 and ors (Norris, Aliens and Co) SJ

62 Scarle (Woodfin and W) v Palmer (Freeman and W)

63 Thompson (J Rae) v Hall (Carr, Son and T)

54 Townley (T Boultou) v North Metropolitan Tram Co (H

Godfrav) SJ 68 Fardell (W R Preston) v Same (Same)

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BIMTHtt.

Friday, March 25, 1881.
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to tho Registrar.

To Surrender in London.
Avonell, Alfred James, Plough st, Commercial rdf Packing Case

Maker. Pet Mar 22. Murrry. Apr 8 at 11.30 Penstone, Joseph, St John's rd, Hoxton, Grocer. Pet Mar 23.

Brougham. Apr 6 at 12.30

To Surrender in the Country. Chinn, Charles, Coventry, Eating house Keeper. Pet Mar 21.

Kirby. Coventry, Apr C at 2 Dnimmond, George, Bradford. York, Stuff Manufacturer. Pet Mar

21. Lee. Bradford, Apr 8 at 12 -Gibson, William, Sheffield, Boot Maker. Pet Mar 21. Rodgers.

Sheffield, Apr Oat 1.30 Gough, Richard, Pershore, Worcester, Licensed Victualler. PetMar

21. Bcale. Worcester, Apr 0 at 11 Kenyon, James Henry Tumor, Ashborne, Derby, Veterinary Sur• goon. Pet Mar 22. Hubbersty. Burton-on-Trent, Apr 6 at 1.30 Smith, Jaraes, Bromyard, Hereford, Grocer. Pet Mar 21. Beale.

Worcester, Apr 8 at 10.30 Southam, Thomas William, Oldham, Lancaster, Licensed Victualler.

Pet Mar 21. Tweedale. Oldham, Apr (i at 11 Stokes, John, Worcester, Builder. Pet Mar 21. Beale. Worcester,

Apr 6 at 3

Tuesday, Mar. 29, 1881. Under the bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to tho Registrar. To Surrender in London. Chase, Joseph, Woodford, Essex, Builder. Pet Mar 28. Murray. Apr Sat 11

Phillips, Samuel, Grosvenor mansions, Victoria st, of no occupation.

Pet Mar 24. Hazlitt. Apr 13 at 11 Thornton, William Western, Lime st, Tea Merchant. Pet Mar 25.

Pepys. Apr 13 at 11.30 Walton, Augustus, Old Kent rd, Auctioneer. Pet Mar 25. Pepys.

Apr 13 at 12

To Surrender in the Country.

Dunn, Robert, North Shields, out of business. Pet Mar 26. Ingledew. Newcastle, Apr 11 at 11

Gibson, William, Knaresborough, York, Innkeeper. Pet Mar 25. Perkins. York, Apr 11 at 11

Jenkins, Kdwartl, Govtre, Monmouth, Farmer. Pet Mar 25. Davis. Newport, Apr 11 at 11

Marchant, William, Hythe, Kent, Coal Merchant. Pet Mar 25. Furley. Canterbury, Apr 22 at 12

Bees, David, Swansea, Ironmonger. Pet Mar 25. Jones. Swansea, Apr 9 at 11

Sears, James Cayford, Greenwich, Milk Dealer. Pet Mar 25. PittTaylor. Greenwich. Apr 12 at 1

Skelton, Joseph, Carlisle, Builder. Pet Mar 24. Halton. Carlisle, Apr 12 at 3

Sparks, Francis William, Addlestone, Surrey, Wine Merchant. Pet

Mar 25. Bell. Kingston, Apr 25 at 4 Youngs, William, Worlingworth, Suffolk. Pet Mar 23. Grimsoy.

Ipswich, Apr 12 at 11

BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. Friday, Mar. 25, 1881. Chilton, A T , New Basinghall st, Tie Manufacturer. Max 17 Penney, Charles Gregory, High Holborn, Glass Cutter. Mar 23

Tuhsday, Mar. 29,1881. Moorhead, Robert A , Newgate st, Commission 1

Liquidations by Arrangement.

FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Friday, March 25, 1881. Abson, Thomas, Barnsley, Butcher. April 5 at 3 at offices of Gray,

Eastgate, Barnsley Allchin, William Thomas, Chigwell, Essex, Grocer. April 13 at 3 at

offices of Cook and Smith, Adelaide bldgs, London Bridge. Duf

field and Bruty, Tokenhouse yd Allen, Walter Harris, Winterborne Abbas, Dorset, Draper. April 7

at 3 at offices of Lock, High West st, Dorchester Baker, Henry John, Birmingham, Solicitor's Clerk. April 7 at 3 at

offices of Duke, Temple row, Birmingham Ball, Catherine, Ailes worth, Northampton, Coal Merchant. April 8

at 11 at Angel Hotel, Peterborough. Hart Bedford, Arthur Charles, Wolverhampton, Builder. April 7 at 11 at

offices of Rhodes, Queen st, Wolverhampton Bevan, William, Cwmtwrch, Brecon, Grocer. April 8 at 12 at office

of Ley son and Jones, Fisher st, Swansea Bibby, Lloyd, Liverpool, Boot Manufacturer. April 4 at 2 at offices

of Fildes, North John st, Liverpool Blake, William, Snapethorpe, nr Wakefield, Farmer. April 7 at 3

at offices of Morsden and Co. Westgato, Wakefield Boam, Joseph, Stainford, Lincoln, Coal Merchant. April 13 at 2 at

offices of Wykes and Co, Friar lane, Leicester Boston, James, Btoke-upon-Trent, Stafford, Builder. April 6 at 11

at offices of Griffith, Lad lane, Newcastle-under-Lyme Bradshaw, James, Lower Ince, nr Wigan, Lancaster, Brickraaker.

Apr 7 at 11 at offices of Johnson, Newsham bldgs, King at,

Wigan

Bramall, John, Alsewas, nr Lichfield, Carpenter. Apr 11 at 11 at

offices of Stanley, Bridge st, Walsall Branson, Thomas, Buckingham, Farmer. Apr 2 at 12 at offices of

Loche, St Giles st, Northampton Brown, Frank, Roughton, Norfolk, Farmer. Apr 2 at 11 at offices of

Stanley, Bank Plain, Norwich Brown, William Henry, Luton, Kent, Coal Merchant. Apr i at 3

at tho King's Head Hotel, High st, Rochester. Shakespeare,

Southampton bldgs, Chancery lane Bruce, Frank, Heckmondwike, York, Carrier. Apr 8 at 3 at offices

of Sykes, Heckmondwikc Bull, Richard, Carlisle, Grocer. Apr 11 at 3 at the Lion and Lamb

Hotel, Scotch st, Carlisle. Wannop, Carlisle Burland, Charles, Manchester, Merchant. Apr 8 at 3 at offices of

Earle and Co, Brown st, Manchester Campkiu, Joseph Stockbridge, and Walter Charles Campkin, Melbourn, Cambridge, Grocers. Apr 11 at 12 at 115, Cheap&ide,

Nash, Royston

Carter, Richard Thomas, Blackstono road, London Fields, Builder.

Apr 8 at 2 at offices of Bcall, Queen Victoria st Castle John, jun, Worksop, Nottingham, Coach Builder. Apr 8 at

3 at the Corn Exchange, Worksop. Whall Cawsey, Charles, Northam, Devon, Butcher. Apr G at 12 at offices

of Hooker and Bazely, Bridglandst, Bideford Chadwick, Wright Skippon, Park st, Islington, Machinist. April 1

at 390, City rd, Islington. Popham, Vincent tcr, Islington Childs, Samuel, Bath, Fruiterer. April 5 at 11 at Christopher Hotel,

Market pi, Bath. Bartrum and Bartlett Crank, Charles, jun, Shrewsbury, Salop, Grocer. April. 8 at 12 at

Crown Hotel, Shrewsbury Cull, Thomas, Cheltenham, Plumber. April 7 at 3 at offices of Pruen

Regent st, Cheltenham Cunhffe, William, Rochdale, Grocer. April 11 at 3 at offices of

Jackson, Lower gates, Rochdale Curtis, George Henry, Gloucester, Steam Tug Agent. April 6 at 8

at Bell Hotel, Gloucester. Taynton and Sons, Gloucester Dicks, Alfred, Wolverhampton, Draper. April 12 at 2 at Great

Western Hotel, Monmouth Bt, Birmingham. Willcock, Wolverhampton

Dixon, William, Homcastle, Lincoln, Butcher. April 5 at 12 at Corn

Exchange Hall, Horncastlo. Tweed, Homcastle Eley, Samuel, Derby, Baker. April 11 at 3 at 7, Corn Market, Derby.

Close, Derby

Eva, James Richard, and Frederick William Eva, Penzance, House Decorators. April 7 at 11 at offices of Trythall and Bodilly, Clarence st, Penzance

Fletcher, Joshua, Crowland, Lincoln, Farmer. April 6 at 12 at WhiteLion Hotel, Spalding. Calthrop, Spalding

Foulkcs, Thomas/Mold, Flint, Builder. April 2 at 2 at the Albion Hotel, Railway Station, Chester. Roper, Mold

Gambold, John, Dowlais, Glamorgan, Outfitter. April 7 at 12 at the Merchants* Association, 39, Broad st, Bristol. James and Co, Merthyr Tydfil

Gillard, James, Bridgwater, Somerset, Coachbnilder. April 6 at 1 at the Talbot Hotel, Victoria st, Bristol. Boulting, Bridgwater

Gittings, John, Oldbury, Worcester, Ironmaster. April 7 at 2 at the Queen's Hotel, Stephenson pi, Birmingham. Shakespeare, Oldbury

Golby, George, Cropredy, Oxford, Coal Merchant. April 8 at 11 at

the White Lion Hotel, llanbury. Aplin, Banbury Greenwood, Ebenezer, Tudor rd. Hackney, Brush Manufacturer.

April 2 at 10 at offices of Hughes and Co, *1», Leicester sq Greenwood, Joseph, Barnsley, York, Bcerhouso Keeper. April 13

at 4 at offices of Rideal, Chronicle chmbrs, Barnsley Grimes, James. Leicester, out of business. April 7 at 12 at offices of

Hunter and Curtis, 13, llalford st, Leicester Gunning, William Hooper, Brighton, Fancy Dealer. April 6 at 13

at offices of Edmonds and Co, 98, Cheapside, Lamb and Evctt,

Brighton

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