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CHERRY, FRANCIS WILLIAM, Copthall bldgs, Stockbroker. High Court. Pet PIKE, THOMAS, Westminster Bridge rd, Tailor. May 13 at 2.30. 33, Carey st,
Lincoln's inn April 2. Ord May 3 CHIFFERS, JOB, Glastonbury, Somerset, Grocer. Wells. Pet May 3. Ord May 3 PRICKETT, THOMAS, Milford Haven, Grocer. May 13 at 3. Off Rec, 11, Quay st,
Carmarthen COLLINS, THOMAS, Aberystwith, Cardigan, Ironmonger. Aberystwith, Pet
RICHES, JOHN, Wood Dalling, Norfolk, Butcher. May 14 at 11. Off Rec, 8, King May 2. Ord May 2
st, Norwich COSEDGE. HIRAM, Old Serjeants' inn, Chancery lane, Selicitor. High Court. Pet
SARNEY, SAMUEL EDWARD, Queen's rd, Peckham. May 13 at 12. 33, Carey st, March 1. Ord April 5
Lincoln's inn COWAN, DANIEL, Distington, Cumberland, Station Master. Whitehaven. Pet
SPURE, THOMAS, King's Lynn, Norfolk, Ironfounder. May 13 at 10. Court house, May 3. Ord May 3
King's Lynn Cox, EDWARD BURTON, EDWARD JOSHUA Cox, and EBENEZER Cox, Westbourne
STOW, JOSEPH HOLGATE, Keighley, Leeds, Shop Manager. May 13 at 11. Off gr, Bayswater, Drapers. High urt. Pet May 3. Ord May 3
Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford DAVIES, DANIEL, Swansea, Tailor. Swansea. Pet May 2. Ord May 2
TAYLOR, RICHARD CARTER, Oxford st, Licensed Victualler. May 13 at 12. BankDixon. THOMAS GRIFFIES, Nant Hall, Flint, Esq. Bangor. Pet May 4. Ord ruptcy bldge, Portugal st, Lincoln's ind fields May 4
THOMAS, RICHARD, Penylon, Carn, Farmer. May 20 at 11. Madryn Arms, ChwiDOBNEY, ROBERT LEWIS, North Malvern, Worcestershire, Carriage Proprietor. log Worcester. Pet May 2. Ord May 2
TOFT, ELI, Youlgreave, Derbyshire, Blacksmith. May 14 at 3. Rutland Arms ELLIS, EDWARD BIEWETT, Newquay, Cornwall, Beot Manufacturer. Truro. Hotel, Bakewell Pet May 2. Ord May 2
WEETMAN, THOMAS, Gt Wakering, Essex, Butcher. May 14 at 10.80. Shirehall, ENTHOVEN, H. o., New Bond st, Dealer in Works of Art. High Court. Pet Chelmsford March 2. Ord May 4
WILLIAMSON, JAMES, York, Glass Dealer. May 17 at 12. Off Rec, i7, Blake st, EVANS, HARRY KING, Whitehall place, Clerk. High Court. Pet May 4. Ord
York May 4
WORMS, CARL EDWARD, Charlton, Kent, Engineer's Draughtsman. May 13 at 12.
AUSTIN, EDWARD, Kidderminster, Commission Agent. Kidderminster. Pet
DAVIES, DANIEL, Swansea, Tailor. Swansea. Pet May 2. Ord May 2
Dixon, THOMAS GRIFFIES, Nant Hall, Flintshire, Esq. Bangor. Pet May 4.
Ord May 4
ELLIS, EDWARD BLEWETT, Newquay, Cornwal), Boot Manu!acturer. Truro.
Þet May 2. Ord May 2 HERD, WILLIAM, Brick lane, Bethnal Green, Draper. High Court. Pet April 19. Ord May 4
FOSTER, ISAAC HALSTEAD, Bradford, Mattress Manufacturer. Bradford. Pet
May 4. Ord May 4 HILL, JOHN, Leeds, Leather Dealer. Leeds. Pet May 2. Ord May 2
FREEMAN, JOSEPH, Wincanton, Somersetshire, Boot Manufacturer. Yeovil. HULLY, RICHARD, Lancaster, Ale Merchant. Preston. Pet May 3. Ord May 3 Pet April 12. Ord May 3
Ord HUNT, JOHN, Aldham, Essex, Builder. Colchester. Pet May 2. Ord May 2
GODWIN, JOHN, Watton, Brecon, Baker. Merthy Tydsl. Pet May 4.
Pet May 2. Ord May 2
HILLCOAT, CHARLES HENRY, Liverpool, Mariner. Liverpool. Pet March 1.
Ord May 2 minster. Pet April 19. Ord April 19 LUNDY, JAMES FREER, Weelsby, Lincolnshire, Nautical Instrument Maker.
HUDSON, ROBERT BOULTON, Leece, nr Ulverston, Farmer. Ulverston and BarGreat Grimsby. Pet May 3. Ord May 3
row in Furness. Pet April 29. Ord May 3 MANKNELL, BENJAMIN JACKSON, Norton, Derbyshire, Traveller. Sheffield. Pet
HULLY, RICHARD, Lancaster, Ale Merchant. Preston. Pet May 3. Oid May 8 May 3. Ord May 3
HUNT, JOHN, Aldham, Essex, Builder. Colchester. Pet May 2. Ord May 2 ORCHARD, ARTHUR BISHOP CAREY, Ebbw Vale, Mon, Chemist. Tredegar. Pet HUTCHINSON, JOHN, Bingham, Notts, Farmer. Nottingham. Pet April 6. Ord
May 4. Ord May 4
LEWARTON, ELIAS ROBERT, Fulbeck, Lincolnshire, Grocer. Nottingham. Pet
LUNDY, JAMES FREER, Weelsby, Lincolnshire, Nautical Instrument Maker. Gt mingham. Pet May 2. Ord May 2
Grimsby. Pet May 3. Ord May 3 RICHARDS, WILLIAM, Norton Canes, nr Cannock, Baker. Walsall. Pet May 3.
MANKNELL, BENJAMIN JACKSON, Norton, Derbyshire, Traveller. Sheffield. Pet Ord May 3
May 3. Ord May 3 RICHARDSON, TITUS JOHN, Edge Hill, nr Liverpool, Boot Factor. Liverpool.
NICHOLS, THOMAS, Leicester, Plasterer. Leicester. Pet April 16. Ord April 30 Pet May 2. Ord May 2
ORCHARD, ARTHUR BISHOP CAREY, Ebbw Vale, Mon., Chemist. Tredegar. Pet RICHES, JOHN, Woodalling, Norfolk, Butcher, Norwich. Pet May 3. Ord May 4. Ord May 4 May 3
PESKETT, GEORGE RICHARD, Chichester, Tailor. Brighton. Pet April 15. Ord SMITH, JOHN ALFRED, Falcon rd, Battersea, Cheesemonger. Wandsworth. May 4 Pet April 28. Ord April 28
RICHARDS, THOMAS, Main tert, Kyrwick's lane, Highgate, Confectioner. BirSTIDDER, JAMES GEORGE, Southwark Bridge rd, Hairdresser. High Court. Pet
miny ham. Pet May 2. Ord May 2 May 8. Ord May 3
RICHARDS, WILLIAM, Norton Canes, nr Cannock, Staffordshire, Baker. Walsall. TIMS, JOHN, Barrow in Furness, Builder. Ulverston and Barrow in Furness Pet May 3. Ord May 3 Pet April 22. Ord May 4
RICHARDSON, TITUS JOHN, Edge Hill, nr Liverpool, Boot Factor. Liverpool. WILLIAMSON, JAMES, York, Glass Dealer. York. Pet May 3. Ord May 3
Pet May 2. Ord May 2 WILSON, SARAH ANN, and CHARLES EDWARD FOSBROOKE, Water lane, Lower
RICHES. JOHN, Wocd Dalling, Norfolk, Butcher. Norwich. Pet May 3. Ord Thames st, Shipping Agents. High Court. Pet April 13. Ord May 2
May 4 The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the
SHAND, JONN AUCHMEDDAN BAIRD, Pump ct, Temple, Barrister. High Court.
Pet March 18. Ord May 2
SIMON, 8. H., Muscovy ct, Tower Hill, Drysalter. High Court. Pet Dec 17. Ord
May 4 on Tees and Middlesborough. Pet April 14. Ord April 14
SMITH, THOMAS TAYLER, Circus pl, Finsbury, Surveyor. High Court. Pet Mar FIRST MEETINGS.
10. Ord May 4 AUSTIN, EDWARD, Kidderminster, Commission Agent. May 13 at 2. Miller Cor
SNOW, RICHARD CHARLES PEARCE, Catherine ct, Seething lane, Merchant. bet, solicitor, Kidderminster
High Court. Pet March 1. Ord May 2 BROWN, EDWIN CECIL, Burton on the Wolds, Leicester, Farmer. May 14 at 12.
SPENCE, THOMAS SAMUEL, Lombard st, Financial Agent. High Court. Pet Jan 28, Friar lane, Leicester
31. Ord May 2 BUSWELL, ALFRED, Sulby, Northampton, Ale Agent. May 17 at 12. 28, Friar
TIMS, JOHN, Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, Builder. Ulverston and Barrow in lane, Leicester
Furness. Pet April 22. Ord May 4 Cowan, DANIEL. Distington, Cumberland, Station Master. May 17 at 12. Off
WATTS, EDWARD, St James's pl, St James's. High Court. Pet Feb 10. Ord Rec, 67, Dake st, Whitehaven DAVIES, DANIEL, Swansea, Tailor. May 16 at 11.
WELLS, CHARLES, Wavertree, nr Liverpool, Gent. Liverpool. Pet April 6. Ord
Off Rec, 6, Rutland st,
WILLIAMSON, JAMES, York, Glass Dealer. York. Pet May 3. Ord May 3 Merthyr Tydfil DOBNEY, ROBERT LEWIS, North Malyern, Carriage Proprietor.
The following Amended Notice is substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of April 19.
May 17 at 11.
COLLINS, VICTOR EMILIAN MICHAEL, Coatham, Yorks, out of business. Stockton
on Tees and Middlesborough. Pet April 14. Ord April 14 33. Carey st. Lincorn's inn HUNT, JOHN, Aldham, Essex, Builder, May 18 at 10. Townhall, Colchester
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, May 10.
BENT, JOIN ALFRED, Leicester, Joiner. Leicester. Pet May 4. Ord May 4
BROTHERS, WILLIAM, St. Anne's on the Sea, Jancs, out of business. Preston. JONES, WILLIAM ELLIS, jun, Haverfordwest, Printer. May 13 at 11. Off Res,
Pet May 5. Ord May 5 11, Quay st, Carmarthen KAY, JOHN HENRY, Banbury, Musical Instrument Dealer. May 14 at 11.30. Off
BRYANT, EDWARD, Tunbridge Welle, Furniture Dealer. Tunbridge Wells. Pet Rec, 1, St Aldates, Oxford KEMP, CORNELIUS, Plashet lane, Essex, Manager, May 13 at 11. Bankruptcy
BU:K, CHARLES WESTLEY, Morden rd, Blackheath, Civil Engineer. Greenwich. bldge, Lincoln's inn
Pet May 5. Oid May 5 KENWORTHY, LEWIS, Kidderminster, Licensed Victualler.
BUTTERWOTH, JAMES, Cleggswood, or Littleborough, Lancs, Grease ManufacMiller Corbet, solicitor, Kidderminster
May 13 at 2.15, turer. Oldham. Pet May 6. Ord May 6 LAYTON, EDWARD, Sheffield, Boot Dealer. May 17 at 12. Off Rec, Figtree lane,
Coats, THOMAS, Leeds, Bookseller. Leeos. Pet May 5. Ord May 5 ffield
COOPER, JOHN GREGORY, Chatteris, Cambs, Veterinary Surgeon. Peterborough. LOCKITT, CHARLES CLAYTON, Croydon. May 13 at 3. 109, Victoria st, Westminster
DAWBER, JOHN, Scarborough, Auctioneer. Scarborough. Pet May 7. Oril MEAR, WILLIAM, Cudworth, nr Barnsley, Yorks, Engine Driver. May 16 at 11. St Andrew's chbrs, 22, Park row, Leeds
DEAN, SAMUEL, Cleckheaton, Yorks, Cabinet Maker. Bradford. Pet May 6.
Ord May 6
Pet April 20. Ord May 5
FITTOCK, EDWIN J., Long Acre. High Court. Pet March 26. Ord May 4 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough PALMER, THOMAS WILLIAM GASCOIGNE, Cheltenbam, Dental Surgeon. May 14
FOULKES, FOULK WILLIAM, Llanddeiniolen, Carnarvonshire, Butcher. Bangor. at 3.30. County Court, Cheltenham
FORD, WILLIAM, Dutiteld, Derbyshire, Labourer. Derby. Pet May 4. Ordi
NEEDIE A, TALES HOOD. I askereld, watchmaker. May 17 at 1. Of Rec, Divad Maxás, Hever. of Edenbridge, Kent, Farmer. Tunbridge Wells.
FRENCH, ELIZABETH, Brighton, Lodging House Keeper. Brighton. Pet May 7. ORCHARD, ARTHER BISHOP CAREY, Ebbw Vale, Mon, Chemist. May 18 at 12. Ord May 7
Off Rec, Merthyr Tydfil HABRISON, JOHN, Bedford hill, Balham, no occupation. Wandsworth. Pet PALFERY. JOHN HENRY THOMAS, Cardiff, Photographer. May 19 at 12. Off Rec, April 5. Pet May 5
12, Tredegar pl, Newport, Mon HEATON, JAMES, Barking rd, Canning Town, Tailor. High Court. Pet May 6. PAYNE, WILLIAM, Bedford, Whitesmith. May 25 at 11. 8, St. Paul's sq, Bedford
Ord May 6 HOLDER, RICHARD, Leominster, Innkeeper. Leominster. Pet May 6. Ord PEARSON, REUBEN GEORGE, Forest Gate, Corn Chandler. May 17 at 12. 33, Ord May 6
Carey st, Lincoln's inn JONES, GEORGE WINTER, Soho, Staffordshire, Iron Merchant. Oldbury. Pet
POWELL, RICHARD, City Garden row, Islington, out of business. May 19 at 12. May 5 Ord May 5
33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn MASTERS, JOHN, Sittingbourne, Barge Builder. Rochester, Pet May 5. Ord PRYOR, GEORGE, and ALFRED PRYOR, High st, Tottenham, Builders. May 17 at May 5
11. Bankruptcy bldngs, Lincoln's iun fields MAYNARD, HENRY N., and HENRY JOHN COOKE, Westminster chmbrs, Victoria RICHARD, WILLIAM, Norton Canes, nr Cannock, Baker. May 23 at 10.45. Off st, Engineers. High Court. Pet April 21. Ord May 6
Rec, Wal-all MOODY, WALKER, Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire, Smack Owner. Great Grimsby. RICHARDSON, TITUS JOHN, Edge Hill, nr Liverpool, Boot Factor. May 19 at 3. Pet April 19. Ord May 4
Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool MOORE, JAMES, Abergavenny, Mon, Wheelwri:ht. Tredegar. Pet May 6. Ord ROBINSON, GEORGE, Birmingham, Plumber. May 20 at 11, Off Rec, BirmingMay 6
ham NICHOLS, FREDERICK CHARLES, Fountain ct, Aldermanbury, Warehouseman. ROGERS, THOMAS, Upton on Severn, Worcestershire, Baker. May 21 at 11. Of High Court. Pet May 5. Ord May 5
Rec, Worcester Nixon, GEORGE TOOTH, LUTHER Nixon, and JOSEPH GILBERT BANKS, Rugeley,
SMITH, GEORGE WILLIAM, Bradford, Soap Manufacturer. May 17 at 11. Off Ironfounders Stafford. Pet May 7. Ord May 7
Rec. 31, Manor row, Bradford PALFERY, JOHN HENRY THOMAS, Cardiff, Photographer. Newport, Mon. Pet
SNOW, RICHARD CHARLES PEARCE, Catherine ct, Seething lane, Merzhant. May May 5. Ord May 5
18 at 12. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn PITCHFORTH, MARY ANN, Birkdale, Lancashire, Lodging-house Keeper. Liver
THOMAS, GEORGE, Newport, Mon, Grocer. May 21 at 12. Off Rec, 12, Tredegar pool. Pet May 6. Ord May 6
pl, Newport, Mon ROBERTSON, ROBERT ARTHUR, Great Grimsby, Smack Owner, Great Grimsby. THOMAS. SIDNEY, Godolphin rd, Shepherd's Bush, Jeweller. May 19 at 11. BankPet May 4. Ord May 6
ruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields ROGERS, THOMAS, Upton on Severn, Worcestershire, Baker. Worcester. Pet
THOMAS, WILLIAM, Nantygaseg, nr Amlwch, Anglesey, Farmer. May 19 at 1. May 7. Ord May 7
Queen's Head Cafe, Bangor SCHOFIELD, SAMUEL ROBERT, Coleman st, Financial Agent, High Court. Pet
TOWELL, JANE, Newton Abbot, Devon, General Shop Keeper. May 19 at 11. March 30. Ord May 5
Off Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter SHEPHERD, HERBERT, Great Yarmouth, Grocer, Great Yarmouth. Pet May 5.
TORNER, THOMAS, Carlisle, General Dealer. May 17 at 12. Off Ree, 34, Fisher st, Ord May 5
Carlisle SMITH, THOMAS BULMER, Leeds, out of business. Leeds. Pet May 7. Ord
UNDERWOOD, CHARLES, Drury lane, Grocer. May 17 at 11. 83, Carey st, Lincoln's May 7
inn THOMAS GEORGE, Newport, Mon, Grocer. Newport, Mön. Pet May 7. Ord WALLWORTH, HENRY, Margate, Coachbuilder. May 18 at 11.30. Bankruptcy May 7
bldgs, Lincoln's inn TINSLEY, WILLIAM, Catherine st, Strand, Publisher. High Court. Pet May 6.
WELLS, CHARLES, Wavertree, nr Liverpool, Gent. May 17 at 3. Off Rec, 35, Ord May 6
Victoria st, Liverpool TOWELL, JANE, Newton Abbott, General Shop Keeper. Exeter. Pet May 5.
WHITE, SAMPSON, Hurlingham rd, Fulham, Manufacturers' Agent. May 18 at Ord May 5
11. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields TRIMM, R. C., Walton on Thames, Contractor, Kingston, Surrey. Pet March
WOOD, CHARLES, York, Builder. May 17 at 1. Off Roc, York 26. Ord April 15 TURNER, ROBERT HENRY, Plymouth, Fish Buyer. East Stonehouse. Pet May
The following Amended Notice is substituted for that published in the 7. Ord May 7
London Gazette of May 3.
BALL, WILLIAM, Worcester, Milliner. Worcester. Pet Apr 25. Ord May 5 WALLACE, WILLIAM, Aldersgate st, Paper Merchant. High Court. Pet May 5. Ord May 5
BLAMIRES, EDWARD, Cleckheaton, Yorks, Weaver. Bradford. Pet Apr 21. Ord WALLWORTH, HENRY, Margate, Coach Builder. Canterbury. Pet May 4. Ord May 4
BLOWS, John, Peckham Rye, Furniture Van Proprietor. High Court. Pet Apr WATSON, OSBORN HENRY, Dover, Draper. Canterbury. Pet May 7. Ord May 7
16. Ord May 6 WOOD, CHARLES, York, Builder. York. Pet April 30. Ord May 6
BOSHIER, ARTAUR, Beak st, Regent st, Grocer. High Court. Pet Apr 18. Ord
BROMBY, CHARLES HAMILTON, King's Bench walk, Barrister at Law. High
Court. Pet Mar 16. Orá May 5 BENT, JOHN ALFRED, Leicester, Joiner. May 18 at 11. 28, Friar lane, Leicester BROTHERS, WILLIAM, St Anne's on the Sea, out of business. Preston. Pet May
5. Ord May 7 BROTHERS, WILLIAM, St Anne' on the Sea, Lancs, out of business. May 17 at 2.30. County Court, Blackburn
BROWN, ROBERT, Ely, Cambs, Farmer. Peterborough. Pet May 2. Ord May 6 BROWN, ROBERT, Ély, Cambs, Farmer. May 26 at 12. County Court, Peterboro' BUSK, CHARLES WESTLY, Blackheath, Civil Engineer. Greenwich. Pet May 5. BUTTERWORTH, JAMES, Cleggswood, nr Littleborough. Lancs, Grease Maker.
Ord May 5
CHERRY, FRANCIS WILLIAM, Copthall bldgs, Stockbroker. High Court. Pet CADDELL, ARCHIBALD WILLIAM, Clerkenwell green, Licensed Victual'er. May
Apr 2. Ord May 5 19 at 11. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields
COATS, THOMAS, Leeds, Bookseller. Leeds. Pet May 5. Ord May 5) CAIN, GEORGE, sen, St Neots, Innkeeper. May 23 at 10. 8, St Paul's sq, Bedford
COOPER, JOHN GREGORY, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, Veterinary Surgeon. CHADDERTON, WILLIAM, Newton Heath, Lancs, General Dealer. May 17 at 11.30. Peterborough. Pet May 5. Ord May 6 Off Rec, Ogden's chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester
COWAN, DANIEL, Distington, Cumberland, Station Master. Whitehaven. Pet CHIFFERS, JOB, Glastonbury, Somerset, Grocer. May 18 at 2 30. Off Rec,
Ord May 5 Bank chbrg. Bristol
CRANFIELD, EDWARD, Henley on Thames, Tailor. Reading. Pet April 14. Ord CLARKE, JAMES CARVER, Plaistow, Essex, Engineer. May 18 at 2.30. 33, Carey May 5 st, Lincoln's inn
DAWBER, JOHN, Scarborough, Auctioneer. Scarborough. Pet May 7. Ord CLAYBURN, JOHN, Gt Grimsby, Hairdresser. May 18 at 1. Off Rec, 3, Haven st, May 7
DEAN, SAMUEL, Cleckheaton, Yorks, Cabinet Maker. Bradford. Pet May 6. COLLINS, THOMAS, Aberystwith, Cardiganshire, Ironmonger. May 17 at 2. Ord May 6
DORINGTON, JOHN, Gracechurch st, Advertising Agent. High Court. Pet Feb DAVIES, WILLIAM, Birmingham, Corn Merchant. May 19 at 11. Off Rec, Bir
FORD, WILLIAM, Duffield, Derbyshire, Labourer. Derby. Pet May 4. Ord DAVIS, WILLIAM, Hersham, Surrey, Farmer. May 20 at 1.30. Boar Hotel, Esher May 5 ELLIS, EDWARD BLEWETT, Newquay, Cornwall, Boot Manufacturer. May 19 at 2.
FRENCH, ELIZABETH, Brighton, Lodging House Keeper. Brighton. Pet May 6. ESKRIGGE, ROBERT CROFT, and RICHARD JACKSON ESKRIGGE, Seaforth, Lancashire, GEORGE, WALTER, King sq, Clerkenwell, Jeweller. High Court. Pet March 19 FARRELL, WILLIAM, Runcorn, Cheshire, Builder. May 20 at 11.30. Court House,
HOLDER, RICHARD, Leominster, Innkeeper. Leominster. Pet May 6, Ord FORD, ERNEST CLAUDIUS BRASTRALL, Carlton rd, Kilburn, out of business. May MILLS, JOSEPH, and THOMAS MILLS, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Pork Butchers.
Cheltenham. Pet April 29. Ord May 3 FORD, WILLIAM, Duffield, Derbyshire, Labourer. May 19 at 12. Off Rec, St.
MOODY, WALKER, Great Grimsby, Smack Owner. Great Grimsby. Pet April 18.
Ord May 7 FOSTER, ISAAC HALSTEAD, Bradford, Mattress Manufacturer. May 17 at 12. Off
MOORE, JAMES, Abergavenny, Mon., Wheelwright. Tredegar. Pet May 6.
Ord May 6 GLASSEY, WILLIAM JAMES, and JAMES BRIZELL, Liverpool, Commission Merchants.
NICHOLS, FREDERICK CHARLES, Fountain ct, Aldermanbury, Warehouseman,
High Court Pet May 5. Ord May 5 HARTLAND, WILLIAM, Awre, Gloucestershire, Farmer. May 17 at 3.30. Off Rec,
PALFERY, JOHN HENRY THOMAS, Cardiff, Photographer. Newport, Mon. Pet
May 5. Ord May 6 HILL, JOHN, Leeds, Leather Dealer. May 18 at 11. Off Reo, 22, Paik row,
PAYNE, WILLIAM, Bedford, Whitesmith. Bedford. Pet April 26. Ord May 5 HUMPHREY, JOHN SWIFT, Lett st, Herne hill, Schoolmaster. May 18 at 11.
PITCHFORTH, Mary ANN. Birkdale, Lancs, Lodging House Keeper. Liverpool.
Pet May 6. "Ord May 6 HUTCHINSON, JOHN, and HENRY HUTCHINSON, Mark lane, Hemp Merchants.
ROBERTSON, ROBERT ARTHUR, Gt Grimsby, Smack Owner. Gt Grimsby. Pet
May 4. Ord May 4 IVORY, HENRY JOSEPH, Copenhagen st, Caledonian rd, Bookbinder. May 19 at
SANDER, WILHELM, Sylvan rd, Snaresbrook, Ship Broker. High Court. Pet
March 16. Ord May 6 KEMPTON, EDWARD, Hackney rd, Shoreditch, Bed Manufacturer. May 18 at 12.
SHEPHERD, HERBERT, Great Yarmouth, Grocer. Great Yarmouth, Pet May
5. Ord May 5 LERCH, WILLIAM PRITCHARD, Bexley, Kent, Builder. May 18 at 11. 33, Carey st,
SMITH, GEORGE WILLIAM, Bradford, Soap Maker. Bradford. Pet April 26.
Ord May 7 MANN, SAMUEL THOMAS PEGLER, Morley, Yorks, Butcher. May 17 at 11. Off
SMITH, THOMAS BULMER, Leeds, out of business. Leeds. Pet May 7. Ord
Maste, kuomesSting boueke, Barge Builder. May 19 at 11.30. Of Rec, High THOMAS, GEORGE, Newport, Mon., Grocer. Newport, Mon. Pet May 7. Ora
WAGSTAFF, MARTHA, Sheffield, Draper. Sheffield. Pet May 5. Ord May 5
WALLWORTH, HENRY, Margate, Coach builder. Canterbury. Pet May 4. Ord
9. Ord May 5
Annul May 4
BOHN.-May 6, at Holland-road, Kensington, the wife of Henry Bohn, barrister
at-law, of & son.
Brooks, barrister-at-law, of a son.
of a daughter.
solicitor, of a daughter.
barrister, of a son.
Stuart Menteath, barrister-at-law, of a daughter.
of a daughter.
Edith, daughter of the late William Earp, of Eastbourne.
Lincoln's-inn, barrister-at-law, to Evelyn, widow of Amedes Van Den Nest,
Belgian Minister at Cairo.
Nottingham, solicitor, to Kate, daughter of Joseph Sidney Whitwell, of Kirk
lands, late of Fenchurch-avenue, solicitor.
SALES OF ENSUING WEEK, May 17.-Messrs. DEBENHAM, TEWSON, FARMER, & BRIDGEWATER, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Leasehold Shops and Dwelling |Houses (see advertisement, April 30,
Reversionary Property (see advertisement. May 7, p. 4).
Leasehold Ground-Rent (see advertisement, May 7, p. 4);
Leasehold Property (see advertisement, May 7, p. 4).
advertisement, this week, p. 4).
advertisement, May 7, D. 4). May 19. --- Mr. WALTER KNIGHT, at the Mart, at 1 p.m., Freehold Properties (see
advertisement, May 7, p. 4). May 20.-Messrs. ELLIS & Son, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Building Site
(eee advertisement, May 7, p. 4). May 20.-Messrs. ELLIS & Son, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Property (see
advertisement, May 7, p. 4).
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EDUCATION Tona Solicitors and other
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CASES REPORTED THIS WEEK.
Acts have received more attention than was 'apparently bestowed In the Solicitors' Journal. In the Weekly Reporter.
upon them before the preparation of the Bill. Barnetts. Hoares, & Co. v. The “Agnes Otto,” The...
South London Tramway Co..... 477 Arbenz, In re: Trade-Mark "Gem.” 527 Birmingham and District Land Co. Avery's Patent, In re......
541 v. London and North-Western Bishoffsheim, Ex parte, In re THE COURT OF APPEAL have affirmed Mr. Justice North's deRailway Co.... 478 Aylmer
532 Bucknall's Gold Estate (Lim., Re, 478 Board of Trade, Ex parte, In re
cision in Hobson v. Howes (ante, p. 254), that the power of sale Duke of Northumberland v. Bow
Betts & Block man
530 conferred by the Conveyancing Act, 1881, only enables a mortga479
Bradford Banking Co. v. Briggs & Ford v. The Incorporated Law
521 gee to convey the interest vested in him, and, therefore, that an Society
Burton v. North Staffordshire Gapp v. Bond 477 Railway
equitable mortgagee by deed of freehold land, selling the
636 H. T. Richardson (deceased), Re, Christchurch Inclosure Act, In re.. 538 mortgagel property under the implied statutory power, cannot Shuldham v. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Evans, In re, Es parte Brown ...: 546 convey the legal estate to the purchaser. The general opinion of Hobson and Howes, Re
Godfrey. Ex parte, In re Lazarus.. 533 conveyancers has, we believe, been in accordance with the doctrine J. H. Biegel's Trade-Mark, Re.... 478 Knight, In re, Knight v. Burgess.. Jacob's Settlement Trusts, Re .... 479 Lambton & Co. v. Parkinson
now established, but it was understood that the contrary view was Morgan, Re, Owen v. Morgan
Martin, In re Official Receiver, Ex parte, Re
524 taken by an eminent member of the profession; and, no doubt,
Official Receiver, , Ex parte, In re
549 apart from a consideration of the provision on the same subject in Purser v. Worthing Local Board.. 477 Pike v. Ongley Shorthorn Dairy Co. (Lim.) v. Hall 479 St. Pancras Guardians y. Norwich
534 Lord CRANWORTH's Act, there is much to be said for this view. The Smyth v, Adams
Guardians T. 0. & J. F. Kellock (Solicitors),
547 decision of the Court of Appeal was partly based on the ground to Stone v. Smith
............. 545 which we drew attention at the time of Mr. Justice NORTI's decision
" Werra," The Webster v. Southey
Wickham, In re, Maropy v. Taylor 525 -viz., the variation of the language of section 21 of the ConveyW. M. Pybus (a Solicitor), Re
ancing Act, 1881, from that of section 15 of Lord CRANWORTH's
Act. The latter section enables the mortgagee to convey The Solicitors' Journal and
property sold for all the estate and interest therein which the per
son who created the charge had power to dispose of,” while secLONDON, MAY 21, 1887.
tion 21 of the Conveyancing Act, 1881, only enables the
mortgagee to convey “the property sold for such estate and CURRENT TOPICS.
interest therein as is the subject of the mortgage.” It seems to THE COMMITTEE for devising a scheme of fusion with respect to be a reasonable presumption that, when words in a previous Act the Chancery Offices continues to meet diligently every Tuesday. If dealing with the same subject matter are altered in a subsequent report speaks truly, the majority of the members are not of opinion Act, they are intended to bear different meanings. that the proposed "fusion” is advisable, and, if they have the courage of their opinions, they will frankly tell the Chancellor that the resolutions of the previous committee were a mistake, and THE ANNUAL ELECTIONS of persons to serve on the Metropolitan ought not to be carried out.
vestries are now taking place, or about to take place, in accordance
with the Metropolis Management Act, 1855. We believe that as STATEMENTS HAVE APPEARED in the daily papers to the effect that on yet no woman has been elected to serve upon a metropolitan vestry, the Queen's birthday, Tuesday next, the courts will not sit and that and we understand that the question whether or not a woman is the offices will be closed. The rule relating to the subject (R. S. C., eligible is considered by great authorities to be doubtful. On 1883, ord. 63, r. 22, which says that it shall not be necessary for the looking at the Act, however, we incline to think that women are courts to sit on the day appointed to be kept as the Queen's birth- eligible. By section 2 “the vestry in every parish ” within the day, is only permissive, and, Tuesday next being so near the end Act “ shall consist of a certain number of persons qualified and of the sittings, it is not improbable that several of the courts will elected as herein provided,” and by section 6 the restry elected sit on that day; and we are informed that Mr. Justice Kay has under the Act "shall consist of persons rated or assessed to the already announced his intention to do so. No order for the closing relief of the poor upon a rental of not less than £40 per annum.” of the offices had been issued up to Thursday.
No doubt the Act constantly speaks of " vestrymen,” and uses the terms “he" and "him " when referring to the members of
the vestry. But, as the Act wag passed, after Lord BROUGHAM'S THE LORD CHANCELLOR on Tuesday postponed the discussion in Act (13 Vict. c. 21), by which “in all Acts words importing the committee of the Land Transfer Bill until after Whitsuntide. He masculine gender shall be deemed and taken to include females, said that, “without departing from the main lines of the Bill, he unless the contrary as to gender is expressly provided,” these was desirous, as far as he could, to meet the suggestions which descriptions would not apparently deprive women of the rights had been thrown out by his noble and learned predecessors, and this unmistakably conferred upon them in the first instance by the he had endeavoured to do, by a number of clauses, which were, of word " persons." It is, moreover, material to observe that, in course, of a technical nature, and could not be suddenly put before Hobhouse's Act for the election of select vestries, 1 & 2 Will. 4, the House so as that their lordships should be able to understand C. 60 (repealed and superseded in the Metropolis by the Act of
This was certainly reasonable, inasmuch as the 1855), "resident householders” possessing a certain rating qualifiamendments proposed by the Lord Chancellor cover nearly twenty- cation may sit on a select vestry, and although in that Act also the one pages of the same size as the Bill, which itself (excluding the term “ vestrymen " is used, it is also expressly provided that the schedules) occupies less than twenty-four pages. Many of the meaning of the sereral words in this Act shall not be restricted, amendments need the most careful examination to ascertain their although the same may be subsequently referred to in the masculine exact effect, and we cannot pretend this week to discuss them in detail. We may remark, however, that Mr. Gregory's letter to the Times has borne fruit in a
clause relating to succession duty, the effect of the provision being that the
CAREFUL READERS of the law reports which appear in the daily duty is to be an incumbrance on land like any other charge, and issue of the Times must have observed, among many other wondermay be registered as such; that the Land Transfer Board, on ful things, the development of a novel description of headhaving brought to their notice the death of any registered note. The various stages through which this production has proprietor, are to enter on the register a caution as to liability to passed before reaching its present perfection afford much interest. succession duty and inform the Commissioners of Inland Revenue A few months ago the practice was to commence the report by a of such entry; the caution is to expire at the end of six months general observation on the case—" This was a curious case"; unless renewed by the commissioners, but after the expiration of This was an amusing case," &c. This style of headnote, howtwo years from the entry the commissioners are not to be entitled ever, has the disadvantage of becoming, in course of time, slightly to renew such caution unless they satisfy the board, or, on appeal, monotonous, and when an enterprizing reporter, by way of varyduty has not arisen from any want of diligence on the part of somewhat ghastly case," the practice seemed to receive a check. the commissioners." We observe, also, amendments to clause 5 It still survives, however, for quite recently we observed our old which indicate that the relations of the Bill to the Settled Land | acquaintance “ This was a singular case heading a report of
them at once.”
Andrews v. Read. But, for the most part, the headnote has which they have to tax the bills of costs, thus being kept recently taken a new form, descriptive of the persons to whom the independent and impartial, so that no solicitor need fear their case is likely to be of interest. From some recent issues of being prejudiced by any opinion they have formed in the the Times we have culled the following specimens of the latest progress of litigation. The recommendation of the committee in development
their report is that, "As in Resolutions 4 and 5, by degrees the “Winter v. Baker.---This was a case of considerable interest to the separate offices of registrars and taxing masters should be abolished, great number of people who, without being of a particularly nervous or clerks of equal qualifications being assigned to each judge to persensitive temperament, are irritated and annoyed by such popular per- form their duties." The next observation is that this is not an formances as the playing of brass bands, barrel organs, &c."
amalgamation of the three offices of registrar, chief clerk, and This we place first as being perhaps the most highly finished taxing master; it is merely calling the first and last-named of these of all the headnotes we have to offer. The refinement of the dis- officers by other names, and attaching a certain proportion of them tinction drawn between persons of “a particularly nervous or to each chancery judge. It almost goes without saying that such sensitive temperament," and persons “irritated and annoyed by a plan, if carried out, would tend to set up a different practice the playing of brass bands, barrel organs, &c.,” is worthy of according to the different views of the several judges, and to make special attention. The case had obviously no interest to the the carrying on of business in chambers more and more complicated former class, but was “of considerable interest” to the latter. | by reason of the difficulty of learning the particular requirements We now proceed to a few less elaborate specimens :
of each staff. ' Hartley v. Gardner.-This was a case of some interest as bearing upon the liabilities of those who receive animals, pictures, or other valuable objects for exhibition." * Whitaker and Another v. Dunn. -- This case was one of some interest continue it, the general condition is that he shall pay the defend
WHEN A PLAINTIFF, having brought an action, desires to disto the many persons who have building work done."
“M' Manus v. Cooke. This case raised a question of some interest and ant's costs. The distinction between a defendant in such a case importance to owners of houses in towns."
and a person appearing on the hearing of a winding-up petition is And so on through all the different relations of life. It is not very clear. Mr. Justice North, in Re The District Bank of obvious that this kind of headnote is capable of infinite variation, London (ante, p. 427), seems to have treated the two as in altoand its capabilities have evidently not yet been fully appre- gether different positions... A shareholder of the company preciated. Why should not the Divorce Court reports in the Times sented a petition for winding up, apparently for the purpose of be headed
expediting proceedings already in progress for winding up
volun. “This was a case of some interest to persons about to marry.”
tarily. Certain shareholders who took copies of the petition were
informed that, in a certain event, the petition would be withdrawn, And the reports of breach of promise cases—
and that the petitioner, on asking leave to withdraw, would object " This was a case of considerable interest to the great number of per- to these shareholders having any costs. In the result the expected sons who, without really intending to marry, engage in flirtation." event happened, and Mr. Justice Nortu dismissed the petition And the assize and police reports of robberies and thefts— without costs. In considering this point it must be borne in mind
“This case raised a question of some interest and importance to the that a winding-up petition is different from most other petitions ; large class of persons who desire to appropriate other persons' goods." an advertisement being issued inviting all the creditors and conWe suppose it must have been by way of protest against the new
tributories of the company to come in and oppose or support the headnote that a cynical reporter in the Times a few days ago, costs of persons appearing on these petitions calculated to deter
prayer of the petition. The courts have laid down a rule as to the after gravely stating a case heard before the House of Lords, added :-" The case was of no interest except to the parties con
unnecessary appearances, but it seems scarcely consistent with cerned.” We venture to suggest that the addition of this foot justice that a petitioner should be able to invite persons concerned note to many of the other reports in the Times would be more in
to come and be present at the decision of the court and then to accordance with fact than the headnote at present in fashion.
withdraw his case, leaving his opponents to pay their own costs.
WE MAY REMIND our readers that the twenty-seventh anniversary FOR THE INFORMATION of those who have no time to peruse blue festival of the Solicitors' Benevolent Association is to be held on books we may give the text of the two resolutions arrived at by Thursday, June 9, at the “Whitehall Rooms," Hôtel Métropole, Lord Selborne's Committee, and for the carrying out of which London, Mr. E. J. Bristow in the chair. A suggestion has been resolutions a fresh committee is now endeavouring to devise a made that members of the profession should unite in making this scheme. «4. That the whole administrative staff of the Chancery festival a suitable celebration of the Jubilee Year, and that Division in London shall eventually be brought under the control annuities should be founded to be known in perpetuity as the of the several chancery judges, by attaching to each judge a ". Victoria Annuities." It would be difficult to suggest a more sufficient number of clerks to do all the business of chancery suitable mode of celebration for solicitors, and we trust that the causes and matters, including the drawing of orders and taxing of appeal of the board will meet with a large response. We rencosts; the duties of such clerks and the distribution of business tured, about a year ago, to question the expediency of restricting; among them to be determined by rules to be made by the judges in accordance with traditional policy, the amount of relief of the Chancery Division.” "5. That, in order to carry out the afforded. Our observations, although rendering the fullest justice object of the last preceding resolution, power be taken by which, to the admirable manner in which the society was administered on any vacancy occurring among the registrars or taxing masters upon the ancient lines, did not, we believe, meet with a very additional chief and other clerks to act with the present chief ever, that they have not been without effect. The total relief
We are happy to observe, howclerks and their clerks."** The first observation to be made on granted in 1885 was £2,995, while last year the sum suddenly Mr. Justice PEAR:Ox-expressly dissented from them, on the to make their present appeal a success is to announce that their ground, as to the registrars, that at present they circulate in all object and policy in the future will be that no case of real want the courts, including the Court of Appeal, and by that means shall go unrelieved or inadequately relieved. obtain wide experience of the practice, and are often able to assist a judge in framing a decree by informing him of what another judge has done under similar circumstances, and that in the absence of circulate, the judges will be embarrassed for want of the assistance the admission of members of the Law Society Člub who are not
Mr. Ford's application for an interlocutory injunction against which they now obtain. As to the taxing masters, he thought also members of the Incorporated Law Society has failed, and more it a great advantage that they should be sentirely ouens may be permitted to express a hope that we have seen the last of arated from the earlier stages of all matters in respect of these unseemly intestine contests.