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county court actions for various sums. Among the items were charges for from any such station to Trowse, is for the conveyance of such traffic on the work done before the commencement of an action, such as “ attending and railway, including therein tolls for the use of the railway, for the use of consulting upon a claim against G.," and also for work dove after an action carriages, or for locomotive power, and how much is for other ex peoses, speci. had been completed by judgment, such as for letters and attendances with fying the nature and detail of such other expenses. reference to the payment of instalments, and with reference to enforcing pay. The defendants, in obedience to such order, gave, in addition to the rate ment and issuing execution.

for conveyance, a list of the various terminal services which they performed Upon the bill being sent to the master for taxation all such items were for the particular traffic, and stated what their total charge was for the whole objected to on behalf of Messrs. Isaao & Co., upon the ground that the of such services. actions being brought in a county court, the only costs that the solicitors The applicants took out a summons for the infliction of penalties on the were entitled to, in the absence of an agreement in writing with their clients defendants for not obeying the commissioners' order. to the contrary, were those named in the county court scale (2nd November, W. A. Hunter appeared for the applicants, 1875), and that these items not appearing in the scale could not be allowed on H. Sutton, for the defendants. taxation. The master overruled the objection, and allowed the items in The COMMISSIONERS delivered the following judgment :question, holding that they were “for reasonable attendances before action We think tbe information given is not in compliance with our order. The commenced in the county court," or "for matters after judgment, and were Act of Parliament assumes that a rate consists of two parts, first, a part for the not provided for in the county court scale." Stepben, J., in chambers conveyance of the traffic, and, secoudly, a part for other expeds 39, and as upheld ibe master's decision, and Messrp. Isaac & Co, appealed to the cuurt. regards the second part, it requires the nature and detail of such other ex.

Harrison, Q C., and Littleton, for Messrg. Isaac & Co., argued that the penses to be specified. The railway company bave thought it sollicient in this items in question were for costs incurred " in the conduct of the suit," and case to give a list of the various terminal services which they perform, and therefore came within section 36 of the County Courts Act, 1856, and were to state merely what their total charge is for the whole of those various ser. provided for by the scale, and that, therefore, unless subject to a contract in vices, but not to say how much of that total charge is for each of those writing, could only be recovered if permitted by the county court scale, services. We think that is not sufficient. We think they are bound and that, as they did not appear in the scale, they should have been dis. to state as regards each rate for traffic in the Trowse rate-book to which our allowed by the master.

order applies, what terminal services or other expenses they undertake to perThe COURT, without calling upon counsel for the solicitors (McIntyre, form with regard to that particular traffic, and how much they charge for each Q C., and A. McIntyre), affirmed the decision of tae judge, DENMAN, J., of such terminal services, distinguishing whether the charge is for services at saying that he could not agree with the contention that the only charges both terminal statioos or only at one. The railway company will have to pay that could be made were those specified in the county court scale. That the costs of this summons, scale commenced at “Letter before action" and “Instructions to sue,” and Solicitors for the applicants, Flux f Leadbitter, for W. 1. Tillett & Co., ended with “ Taxing costs"; it was argued that this was intended to provide Norwich. for every charge for work done by the solicitor before the commencement or Solicitor for the defendants, C. A. Curwood. after the conclusion of the action, such as charges for advice as to whether an action lay, and for time and labour expended in recovering payment of an instalment after judgment. It was clear that such charges were not

COUNTY COURTS. “costs or charges in the conduct of the suit"; and that if the result of the solicitor's advice were that no action was brought, he would none the

Ross. less be entitled to recover his charges for that advice, and it could not have

(Before J. M. HERBERT, Esq., Judge.) been intended that he should recover in the one case and not in the other.

June 10.-James Preece . Joseph Elliott. In his opinion charges euch as these were intended to be excluded from the

Th's was a case in which the plaintiff, an innkeeper, of the Harp Inn, Hoar. scale of charges, which, therefore, did not apply to them.

witby, sued the defendant, a postmaster, of Hereford, for the price of a rick POLLOCK, B., gave judgment to the same effect, saying that, though no

of hay. doubt all charges made in addition to instructions to sue should always be

The case was entered for trial by jury, having been sent down from the regarded by the master with great jealousy, still there were cases in

Queen's Bench Division of the High Court, pursuant to 19 & 20 Vict. C. 103, which a solicitor had to expend much time and trouble in deciding whether

8. 26. apy, and what, proceedings should be taken ; and his lordship expressed his

Before the case was called on, and in the absence of the solicitor for the de. opinion that the present case seemed to be an instance of such ; where that

fendant, was so the question could not be made to depend upon whether pro

Mr. Corner made application to his Honour to be allowed to appear as ceedings were ultimately taken or not. If the result were that no pro.

solicitor in the case on behalf of Mr. George Bullock. ceedings were taken, clearly the work would not be in the conduct of any

His Honour, without reference to the action which was to come before him, suit, and the solicitor might recover against bis client, and it would be

said if no such application bad been made, the substitution might have been moet upjust and upreasonable to say that if the result were no proceedings,

made without it. the charge for the same work would be covered by the item “Instruc.

Mr. Corner explained that as the name of the solicitor was on the record it tions to sue," so that the solicitor could not recover. As to the other items

would have come before his Honour, who must therefore have become aware of for work done after judgment, they, too, should always be regarded with

the substitution, care by the master, but if he found that the charges had been reasonably

His Honour said he bad not power to allow it; but if Mr. Corner took incurred, they would clearly not be matters to which the scale applied.

å retainer from the plaintiff, he could appear on his behalf. Solicitors for Isaac & Co., Groves & Humphreys.

Mr. Corner then drew up a document which was signed by the plaintiff, and just afterwards,

Mr. Garrold, on behalf of the defendant, took objection to the application,

which had been made during his absence. He said that Mr. Ballook bad THE RAILWAY COMMISSION. *

acted in the matter up to Thursday last. June 15.- Colman v. Great Eastern Railway Company.

His HONOUR said be was quite aware that a solicitor conld not appear for å

solicitor, but Mr. Corner could take a retainer from the plaintiff and accept Book of rates Terminal serrices and charges-Order specifying nature the responsibility in appearing. aud detail of.

Mr. Corner.-I can hardly suppose Mr. Garrold to be serious in this objecSection 14 of the Regulation of Railways Act, 1873 (36 & 37 Vict. c.

tion. 48), enacts (inter alia) The commissioners may, from time to time, on

Mr. Garrold.-I am generally serious when I make statements in open

court. Mr. Bullock has acted ia this matter, and another solicitor cannot the application of any person interested, make orders with respect to any

now be substituted in the action without the certificate of the master. particular description of traffic, requiring a railway company, or canel

His HONOUR.-Was the cause sent down here on a writ or issue joined ? company, to distinguish in such book how much of each rate is for the

Mr. Garrold. It was on issue joined. You have to act as commissioner. conveyance of the traffic on the railway or canal, including therein tolls His HONCUR,- That is so. I have no power to allow Mr. Corner to appear for the use of the railway or canal, for the nse of carriages or vessels, or for Mr. Bollock without a certificate or order from å superior court. for locomotive power, and how much is for other expenses, specifying Mr. Garrold said he made the objection on behalf of solicitors, to protect the nature and detail of such other expenses."

them from persons taking cases up to a certain point and then handing them Held, by the commissioners, that the words “specifying the nature over to another solicitor. and detail of such other expenses," require a railway company to state in His Honour. -Lord Cairns thought the same as you think. That was one their rate-book, to which the order applies, what terminal services they

reason why the Act was passed; but his lordship's intention was to protect undertake to perform with regard to the particular trafic, and how much

| the tar as mucb as possible. they charge for each of such terminal services, and that a railway com

Mr. Garrold remarked that Mr. Bullock was in court.

His Honour.- Perhaps he is prepared to go on with the case now. pany does not sufficiently comply with the section by giving a list of the

Mr. Bullock said he was ready to go on, but should prefer Mr. Corner taking various terminal services which they perform and stating what their

it up. total charge is for the whole of those scrvices.

His Honour. Then why not have applied for an order from the superior This was an application made to the commissioners by Messrs. Colinan court ? for an order declaring that the Great E18tero Railway Company had not Mr. Garrold.-Mr, Bullock's name appeared on the record up to obeyed an order made by the commissioners. The order, which was made by Mr. Bullock. I was not aware Mr. Garrold was going to make such an consent, ordered (inter alia) the Great Eastern Railway Company to distinguish in their book of rates and distances kept at their station at Trowse bow much His HONOUR. I can do this: I will adjourn the case to allow an application of each rate for traffic of the descriptions carried by them for the applicants to be made to the superior court. from their station at Trowse to any station on the line of the defendants, and Mr. Corner.-The result of Mr. Garrold's objection will be to compel the

plaintiff to appear by counsel. • Reported by W. H. MACNAMARA, Esq., Barrister-at-Law,

His HONOUR then adjourned the case on the condition stated.



Richard Mercer, John Ignatiu: Morris, Francis Herbert Padwick, Leicester
Morgan Reed, Francis Joseph Ridgway, AnandraSheshadri, William
Compton Smith, Josiah Ragland Thomas, Robert Woodfall, and Robart

Augustus Arthur Wright, of the Inner Temple; Ernest Montague Beard,

Charles William Black, Mancherji Dadabhai Dadysett, George Ennis, William The undermentioned gentlemen were on Wednesday called to the bar :

Henry Field, Robert Jones Griffith, Matilal Gupta, Alfred Holt, John By the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple :-William

Montefiore, Hume Chancellor Piosent. Robert John Price, Thomas Edward

Copeland Borlase, M.P., and M.A., Oxford ; Wilfred Baugh Allen, B.A., Cambridge ;

Scrutton, Francis Elmer Speed, James Andrew Strahan, Henry Terrell, John Edward Currie Borrieson ; Thomas Lowten Layton Jenkins ; Rob-rt John

Wertheimer, George Whit, Thomas Mott Whiteboase, and William Andrew Bealey, B.A., Cambridge ; James Magun Molgan, B.A., Oxford ; Richard

George Woods, of the Middle Temple ; Abraham Crompton, Theodore Hull Mercer, B.A., and LL.B., Cambridge ; Laurence John Jones, B.A., Cambridge ;

Hall, Benedict Jones, James Peiris, and John Auchmedden Baird Shand, of Charles Arthur Reeve, B.A., Cambridge; Anandrao Sheshadri ; Walter Moore

Lincoln's-ino ; and Robert Weir Brown, and George Lawlie Fagan, of Gray'sHodgkinson, B.A., Oxford, Henry George Lefroy ; John Selwin Calverley,

ion, Esqe. B.A., Cambridge ; Frederick Samuel White-White, B.A., Cambridge ; Robert

The following students paesed a satisfactory examication in Roman law :Augustus Arthur Wright, B.A., Cambridge ; James Henry Stock, M.A.,

William Le Vane Robert Roxby Beverley, 'Thomas Smart Blyth, George Oxford ; Collingwood Hope, Oxford ; Alfred Back, M.A., Oxford ; Kounr

Richard Gwaras Cirlyon, Manobindra Krishna Deva, William Gerald Elliot, Shivanath Sinha; Thomas Moore, B.A., Cambridge; Arthur Llewelyn Sixon,

Edmund Waterton Farpall, Howard Fowler, Allen Douail Fraser, Jobn B.A., Oxford ; William James Bell, B.A., Cambridge ; Edwin Arthur Dillon;

Main waring Hall, Edward Robert Pasy Moon, Shoito Rawkins Pemberton, Frederick William Dillon ; James Worsley Pennyman, B.A., Cambridge; Cosmo

Shaparji Kavasji Sanjina, William Alfred Byam Shard, John Low Stuart, Gordon Antrobus, B.A., Cambridge; Charles Gipps Hamilton, B.A., Cambridge;

Samuel Turlor, John Walker Toompson, Arthur Hill Trevor, James Ernest Louis Meinertzhagen ; Walter Augustus Wigram. B.A., Cambridge ;

Muschamp Vickers, Arthur James Walter, and Horace Whi:e, of the Innor Charles Pelham Hogging; Lewis Beard, B.A., Cambridge ; John Sunders

T-mple ; Thomas Boston Bruce, Frank Damat, John William Gordon, Slater, B.A., Cambridge ; Cecil Toor, B.A., Cambridge ; George Crosby

William Graham, Syed Mobamed Habib-Ullah, Richard Handley, Richari Gilmore, B.A., Cambridge ; William Compton-Smith, B.A., LL.B.. Cam.

Leeming, Walter Maxwell, Clement Henry Smiles Moore, George Thomas bridge ; Frederick Eroent Slee, 'Oxford ; Henry Mellish, Oxford; Juho M'Leavy

Morice, Israel Alexander Symmons, John Francis Taylor, and William MontBrown, B.A., LL.B., Dublin ; Thomas Vincent Soully, London ; and William

gomery Fairlie Waterton, of the Middle Temple ; 'Amelius Francis Ward Baxter (holder of a studentship of the first class awarded by the Council of

Beauclerk, Edward James Gibbons, Kighley Joon Hough, Charles Ashworth: Legal Education, Hilary, 1882, and of a pupil scholarship in Real Property

James, Joseph William King, Joseph Henry Warburton Lee, Francis William Law, awarded by the Inner Temple, February, 1881), LL.B. (Honours)

Steere, Donald Charles Stewart, and Herbert Rosa Webbe, of Lincoln's-inn; University of London, Esqs.

and James Robert Veroam Marchant and John Watsın Moses, of Gray's. By the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple :---Archibald Francis

inn, Esqs. Woodburn, Bombay Civil Service; Henry H. Batts ; Ernest Montagu Beard ; Edward Harper Parker, of her Majesty's Consular Service ; Peter Macgregor,

LAW STUDENTS' DEBATING SOCIETY. M.A., St. Edmund's Hill, Oxford ; Alfred Elmunt Wigan, M.A., Keble

June 13.-"Should distress for rent be abolished ? " formed the subject for College, Oxford ; Charles Halman Beard ; Thomas Edward Scrutton,

the evening's discussion. Mr. Saxelby opened the question in the negativo, M.A., LL.B., London University, B.A., LL.B., Cambridge University,

and was supported by Messrs. Bower, Graham, Strickland, Whitehead, and Fellow of University College, London, Whewell Scholar of Cambridge

Gwyane-Griffith, while Mr. Richardson led the opposition, which had for its University, Barstow Law Scholar, 1832 ; Cyril Henry Prichard, Magdalene College, Cambridge, M.A., Second Class Classical Tripos : Robert Lamb

ad socates Messrs. Napier, Bartlett, and Austin. The opener having replied Wallace, University of Elinbargh ; Thomas Hedley, B.A., University of the

to his opponents' arguments, the question was on a division negatived by a

majority of four potes. Cape of Good Hope ; George Ernis, of King's College, London, Associate; Charles William Black; Matilal Gupta, LL.B., University of London; John

June 20.-The society discussed the question, “Is a person looking on and Henry Elstob Hunton, LL.B., Triniry College, Cambridge ; George White,

present at a prize-fight liable to be convicted of aiding and abetting the

offence ?" founded on the recent decision of Reg. 1. Coney (30 W. R. 678). B.A., London University ; Sydney Constantine Tolley, B.A., Trinity Hall,

Messrs. H. Mossop, Lemon, C. E. Barry, E. G. Spiers, and Mallam, spoke in Cambridge; Stevenson Stewart vioore, B.A., Keble College, Oxford, First

favour of the affirmative, while Messrs. Simmons, May, Sargeant, and T. W. Claes Middle Temple 100 guineas Equity Scholar, first and fourih prizeman

Williams supported the negative side. Oa a voto, being taken the negative in Roman Law and Jurisprudence ; Randolph Orme Gilmore; William

side had a majority of two votes.
Bernard Megone ; Frank Grove Powell; Reginald Arthur Philip Hogan ;
John Wertheimer, University of London ; George Manchester Cohen, late
Commoner, Winchester College, holder of Council of Legal Education Prizes

UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY. in Roman Law (£25) and Common Law (£50); Henry Elwin Pears; Heory At å meeting of this societs, held at Clement’s-inn Hall, on Wednesday, Terrell, St. John's College, Cambridge, Second Class Middle Temple Common

June 14, Mr. D. A'B. Collyer in the coair, Mr. Broun moved, “That an Law Scholar, and Common Law, Equity, and Real and Personal Property

English protectorate ought to be established over Egypt," and was supported Prizeman ; Richard Rufus Gausden, B.A., LL.B., Trinity Hall, Cambridge ;

by Messrs. Sutcliffe, Kaing-Jackson, and L. Breton. The motion was opposed Edmund Nicholas Alpe; William Henry Field ; Stampa Walter Lambert ;

by Messrs. Forster, Tillotson, Napier, Neiham, and Pargint, Mr. William Sherwin Scudamore ; Thomas Drever, B.A., University of London, E8qg.

also addressed the meeting. The debate was sustained antil a late hour, and By the Honourable Society of Lincoln's-ion :-William Bates Ferguson,

the opener having replied, the chairmag summed up, and upon a division being M.A., Oxford; Benedict Jones, B.A., Cambridge ; Arthur Lee Ellis, B.A.,

118, B.A., called for, the motion was lost by a majority of two votes. Members present, Oxford ; Basil George Nevingon, M.A., Oxford ; Abraham Crompton,

; twenty-four; visitors, two. University of London ; Francis Allston Channing, M.A., Oxford, late Fellow of University College ; John Auchmedden Baird Shand ; George Peterson Francis Keogh, B.A., Oxford ; James Peiris, LL. B., Cambridge ; Androw

BIRMINGHAM LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY, Oswald Acworth, B.A., Oxford; James William Greig (Lincoln'g.inn The last meeting of the present session was held on Tuesday, June 20, Scholarship in Real and Personal Property Law, 1882), B.A. and LL.B., C. T. Siunders, Esq., in the cbair. The subject for debate was, " By section 6 London; Richard Walter Kittle, B A. and LL.B , Cambridge ; George Paul of the Conveyancing Act, 1882, Bill (H. L.), it is provided that the ackMacdonell, M.A., Aberdeen ; Hugh Sandeman Badd, LL.M., Cambridge; nowledgment of deeds by married women uuder any Act of Parliament, and and Robert Wright Taylor, B.A. Add LL.B., Cambridge, E-qs.

the examination of married women in court or otherwise, prescribed by the By the Honourable Society of Gray's-inn :-Robert Weir Brown, Esq. Setiled Esta es Act, 1877, are hereby abo'ished.' Is it advisable that this sec.

tion a hould become law ?" The speakers on the affirmative were:-Messrs.

Streetly, A. Smith, Cuchrane, and Restall; and on the negative, Messrs. COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION.

Coley, Barrows, A. L. J. Brown, and Gover. The chairman having given a TRINITY EXAMINATION, 1882.

careful summing up, put the question to the meeting, when it was carried in GENARAL EXAMINATION of STUDENTS of the Inns of Court held at Lincolo's.

favour of the negativa. inn Hall, May 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 19, 1882. The Council of Legal Education have awarded to David Calder Leck, of the Middle Temple, and James Edward Hamilton Boon, of the Inner Temple, studentebips in jurispradence and Roman law of one buodred guineas, to

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS. continne for a period of two years; and to Lindesay John Robertson, of tbo Middle Temple, a studentship in jurisprudence and Roman law, of one The Right Hon. Join David FITZGERALD, LL.D., Lord of Appeal in bundred gainean, for one year.

| Ordinary, bas been created a Life Peer with the title of Baron Fitzgerald, The council bave also awarded to Thomas Edward Scratton, of the Middle of Kilmaruock. Temple, the Barstow Law Soholarsbip; and to Thomas Bateman Napier, of

Mr. JONES QUAIN Pigot, barrister, has been appointed a Judge of the tbe Inner Temple, a certificate of honour of the second class. The connoil have also awarded to the following students certificates that

hot High Court of Judioatare at Calcutta, on the resignation of Mr. Justice tbey bave satisfactorily passed a poblio examination :-Cambbumpati

| Wbite. Mr. Jastice Pigot is the son of the Righo Hon. David Pigot, Lord Akilandaiye, Cosmo Gordon Antrobus, William Baxter, William Francis

Chief Baron of the Court of Exobegaer in Ireland. He was educated at Beoce-Jones, Herbert Montagu Broughton, John MoLeavy Brown, Edward

Trinity College, Dablid, and he was called to the bar at the Inner Temple Thomas Holden Devas, Patrick Robertson Don, Harold James Lee Evans,

in Michaelmas Term, 1864. He was formerly a momber of the Home CirBenedict William Ginsburg, William Ebenezer Gray, Benjamin Booth

onit. Haworth-Booth, Charles Pelham Huggins, Coldham Crump Knight, Egerton Mr. ALEXANDER PEARSE, solicitor (of the firm of Bobbs, Son, & Pearse), Charles Baring Lawford, Rochfort Maguire, Ernest Louis Meinertzhagen, of Stratford-upon-Avon, has been appointed Assistant Registrar of the Law

Eimund tamore; Thomas Dre Tincoln's-ion :-W11nhor Lee Ellis, B.A.

caster Palatine Court of Cbancery for the Liverpool Distriot. Mr. Pearse GLOUCESTER CITY AND COUNTY LIFE ASSURANCE AND SICK BENEFIT SOCIETY, Worcester

st, Gloucester. June 13 was admitted a solicitor in 1873.

GOLDEN LION FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Golden Lion, Trelleck, Monmouth. June 13 Mr. WILLIAM SHERWOOD, solicitor, of Reading, has been eleoted Clerk of LONDON UNITY OF HAMMERMEN, Orown, 38, Gecrge st, Blackfriars rd. The Chief

Registrar has cancelled the Registry. The ground for such cancelling is that the the Peace for that borongb, in succession to Mr. Joseph Osbert Whatley,

society desires to be registered under the Trades Union Act. June 13 resigned. Mr. Sherwood was admitted a solicitor ia 1873.


and Partridge Inn, Glen Top, Stacksteads, Lancaster, June 12 Mr. FRANCIS ROBERTSON MOORE, solioitor, of Warwiok and Leaming:on,

| SANCTUARY ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOAN ANCIENT ORDER OF SIXPIERDS, Inverness has been elected Clerk to the Warwick Sohool Board. Mr. Moore is coroner Arms, Plumstead, Kent, June 12

UNITED BRETHREN SOCIETY, Royal Oak Inn, Madeley. Salop. June 12 for Warwick and olerk to the borough magistrates. He was admitted a

WEST LONDON JUVENILE ODD Fellows' SOCIETY, Working Men's Club, Lillington st, solicitor in 1864.

Pimlico. June 12 Mr. WILLIAN DORE, solioitor, proctor, and notary, of Wells, has been

[Gazette, June 16.] appointed a Magistrate for that oity. Mr. Dore is also one of the borough


Bridge rd, Lambeth. June 16 aldermed. He was admitted a solicitor in 1858, and is deputy-registrar

SPRING LODGE, No. 1, FEMALE GARDENERS, Waterloo Hotel, Bacup, Lancaster. June 16 of the diocese of Bath and Wells.

[Gazette, June 20.] Mr. JOHN ROLAND KETT, solicitor and notary, of Victoria, British Columbia, has been appointed Attorney-General of the Province of British Colombia.

Mr. JAMES E. Wilson, solicitor, of No, 21, Cornbill, E.C., has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of


The Council of the Social Science Association have recently had under their

consideration the question of the operation of the foreign marriage laws, onder DISSOLUTIONS OF PARINERSHIPS.

which marriages, contracted in England between foreiga and British subjects, GEORGE ALFRED COOKE and HUGH PARKINSON (Cooke & Parkinson),

are sometimes held by foreign courts to be invalid by reason of the non-com. solicitors, 53, Chancery-lane. May 31.

pliance on the part of the foreigner with the conditions prescribed by the

law of his country. The council, however, having regard to the state of pablic JAMES JOHN CUMMINS, CAARLES ERRINGTON PEGLER, and EDWARD JAMES opinion here, and the difficulty of the subject, were not prepared to suggest BRUTTON (Cummins, Pegler, & Bratton), solicitors, Woodford, Essex. Juve any legislation, whether founded on international convention or otherwise, 12.

But with the view of suggesting a means whereby the danger of invalidity WILLIAM ALBERT HOBBES and ALEXANDER PEARCE (Hobbes, Son, &

might be brought to the notice of all persons about to contract marriage in Pearce), solicitors, Stratford-upon-Avon. June 12.

England with foreigners, the council asked if the arohbishops would consider

the desirableness of communicating with the vicars-general, registrars, JUAN RICKETTS and JAMES ALLON Tocker, solicitors, Coloe, Wilts. Jane 9.

surrogates, and other officials, with a view to secure that, in all cases where

[Gazette, June 16.] a licence is sought for the solemnization of marriage between parties either of JAMES RYLEY and James RYLEY HASLAM (Rgley & Haslam), solicitors, whom is a foreign subject, due precautions be taken, by requiring the produc. 26, Mawdsley-street, Bolton, Lancashire. Jans 8. [Gazette, Jane 20.]

tion of a certificate or otherwise, to ascertain that the foreign party is compe. tent, according to the law of his or her own country, to contract the intended marriage. With a view also to bring the provisions of the French and Belgian law under the notice of the clergy in general, tbe archbishops were

asked if they would consider the propriety of causing to be circulated amongst COMPANIES.

them copies of a " Memorandum" on the subject specially drawn up for the

purpose by order of the executive committee of the association. Their Graces WINDING-UP NOTICES.

acknowledged, in courteous terms, the receipt of this letter, and, admitting

the importance of the matter laid before them, and the necessity for brioging Joint STOCK COMPANIES.

it under the notice of the bishops and clergy, willingly responder to the request LIMITED IN CHANCERY.

of the council by assenting to circulate, in the way proposed, copies of the ALDERSON'S DAIRY FARM, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented June 10,

directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on June 24. Miller and vernon, Moorgate st, document, a thousand copies of wbich have now been placed in the hands of solicitors for the petitioner

both archbishops. GROSVENOR STORES, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before July 12, to send The following is the text of the Memorandum :

their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to John Howard, Esq., 8, Old Jewry. Friday, July 21, at 12, is appointed for hearing and

MEMORANDUM AS TO FRENCH AND BELGIAN MARRIAGE LAW. adjudicating upon the debts and claims

This Memorandum is not intended to give a full account of the require. PENNYWELL COLLIERIES COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented Junements of the French or the Belgiap law on the subject of marriage, but it has 14, directed to be heard before Bacon, V.C., on June 24. Harman, King's Arms yard,

been prepared for the information of clergymen and others, in order to put agent for Nicholas, Bristol, solicitor for the petitioners WHITEHAVEN IRON MINES, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before July 12, to them on their guard against difficulties of which they might not otherwise have

send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to John been aware. Henry Tilly, 37, Queen Victoria st. Wednesday, July 19, at 12, is appointed for hear (1) Any person intermarrying in England with a French subject, although ing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims

[Gazette, June 16.] all the solemnities have been observed which are required by the law of Eng.

land, is liable to bave his or her marriage declared invalid in a French court, AUYLINE COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Chitty, J., on June 10, the com. pany was ordered to be wound up. Foss and Legg, Abchurch lane, solicitors for the

| unless the requirements of the French law as to the age of tbe French subject, petitioner

the consent of parents or relatives, and the publication of notices, have been ANGLO-VIRGINIAN FREEHOLD LAND COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by Kay, complied with. It is therefore recommended to every British subject pro.

J., dated June 9, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Parton, Rood lane, solicitor for the petitioner

posing to intermarry with a French subject that the assistance of the nearest EAST LONDON AND SUBURBAN DAIRY COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, French diplomatic agent or consul should be obtained, with a view to astertain

presented June 16, directed to be heard before Fry, J., on June 30. Whyte and Co, that the requirements of the French law have been daly complied with, and to Bedford row. solicitors for the petitioners

procure doly legalized evidence of such compliance. Glynn NRATE COLLIERIES, LIMITED.-By an order made by Kay, J., dated June 9, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the said company be conti

(2) No Frenchman can intermarry under eighteen years of age, and no Munton and Morris, Queen Victoria st, agents for Parker and Brailsford, Sheffield, Frenchwoman under fifteen, without a dispensation. solicitors for the petitioners

(3) No Frenob man under twenty-five, por Frenchwoman under twenty. GREAT WESTERN (FOREST OF DEAN) COAL CONSUMERS' COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented June 19, directed to be heard before Fry, J., on June 30.

one, can lawfully contract marriage without the consent of his or her parente, Clarke and Co. Lincoln's inn fields, solicitors for the petitioners

or parent if only one is alive. In case of difference between father and JOHN BAGXALL AND Sons, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up, presented June 16,

mother, the consent of tbe father is sufficient. If both parents are dead or directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on July 1. Tucker and Lake, Serle st, Lincoln's

incapable, the consent of the grand-parents is required, subject to the like inn, agents for Wragge and Co, Birmingham, solicitors for the petitioners TIN-Y-FRON MINING COMPANY, LIMITED, -By an order made by Hall, V.C., dated May provision in case of their disagreement. If there be no parents or grand.

12, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Jones, Falcon ct, Fleet st, agent parents alive or oapable, the coasent of a family council is required. for Jones and Co, Aberystwyth, solicitors for the petitioners. Kay, J., has fixed

(4) Where a French subject has attained his or her age of twenty-five or Monday, June 26, at 12, at the chambers of Hall, V.C., Royal Courts of Jus the appointment of an official liquidator

twenty-one years, the French law still requires & respectful commodicaWYNAAD DISTRICT GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. By an order dated June 10, it tion of the intention to contract a marriage to be made to the relatives,

was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the company be continued. Lawrance and Co, Old Jewry chmbre, solicitors for the petitioner

whose consent would be required if the party were still under the age

[Gazette, June 20.] | respeotively of twenty-five or twonty-one years, and the French law does UNLIMITED IX CHANCERY.

not authorizə apy sooh intended marriage to be solemnized, if objected to by CITY OF CHESTER BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY.--Chitty, J., has by an order, dated May / those relatives, until after a certain delay.

16, appointed John Ellis Edwards, Chester, to be official liquidator. Creditors are re. 1 (5) A notice of an intended marriage of a French subject is required by the quired, on or before July 14, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to the above. Friday, July 23, at 11, is appointed for hear.

French law to be twice published at the town hall of the place which is ing and adjudicating upon the debts or claims

deemed by the French law to be the principal place of residence of such sub

[Gazette, June 16.] ject in his or her own country. The publications must take place at an FIRST CHESHIRE PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY,Petition for winding up, interval of eight days between them, and the marriage cannot (without a June 19, directed to be heard before Fry, J.. on June 30. Burton and Co, Lincoln's dispensation] lawfully take place until the third day after the second inn fields, agents for Tyrer and Co, Liverpool, solicitors for the petitioners


[Gazette, June 20.] (6) The provisions of the Belgian law are identical with those of the French FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED.

law in the matters specified in paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Dog and Crook Inn, Braishfield, Hants, June 14

The requirements as to age and the consent of relatives are enforced with FBIMIDLX SOCIXTY, Monkleigh, Devon, June 12

I great strictness in the French and Belgian courts. Those as to the publice.

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tion of notices (though the absence of them may under circumstances be

HOUSE OF COMMONS. excused) cannot be disregarded without the risk of a marriage being disputed in a French or a Belgian court, and declared invalid by reason of

Juno 15.Bills Read a Second Time. clandestinity.

Metropolitan Board of Works (Money).

Bill in Committee.


Bills Read a Third Time.

PRIVATE BILLS.-North London Suburban Tramway ; Swindon, Marl. HOUSE OF LORDS.

borough, and Andover Railway. June 15.—Bills Read a Second Time.

New Bills. PRIVATE BILLS.—Metropolitan Outer Circle Railway ; Great Western Rail. Bill to provide for the trial of causes in the county of Sorrey (Mr. way (No. 2); Beaconsfield, Uxbridge, and Harrow Railway; Sutton Bridge WARTON). Dock ; Radstock, Wrington, and Congresbury Junction Railway; Northwich | Bill to amend the Acts for the prevention of cruelty to animals (Mr. Gas ; South-Eastern Railway (New Lines and Widenings) ; Accrington Cor ANDERSON). poration Tramways; Ascot District Gas; Cranbrook and Paddock Wood Bill to amend the laws relating to the accumulation of real and personal Railway (Extension to Hawkhurst); Forcett Railway (Extension); Glasgow

estate (Mr. DAVEY). Corporation Gas (Railways, &c.); Glasgow Court- houses ; Lancashire and Bill for the better protection of ancient monuments (Mr. Shaw-LEFEVRE). Yorkshire Railway ; Lecky and Smyth's Patent; Liverpool United Gaslight

June 17.—Bills Read a Third Time. Company; London and North-Western Railway (Ordsall-lage); Metropolitan

Private BILL.-London and North-Western Railway. District Railway; Plymouth and District Tramways ; Saint Heleny (Corporation) Water ; Tottenbam and Edmonton Gas; London and South-Western

June 19.-Bill in Committee. and Metropolitan District Railway Companies (Kingston and London Rail.

Copyright (Musical Compositions). way); Great Eastern Railway Company ; Mersey Docks and Harbour Board ;

June 20.--Bill in Committee.
Ramsgate and Margate Tramways; Solway Junction Railway ; Forth-bridge
Railway ; Great Northern Railway; Tilbury and Gravesend Tuonel Junction Vagranog.
Railway ; Eastern and Midlands Railway; Midland Railway ; South-Eastern

June 21.Bill Read a Second Time.
Railway (Various Powers) ; Southampton Harbour ; Westgate and Birching.

Baths and Wash-houses Acts Amendment.
ton Gas; Kingsbridge and Salcombe Railway; Swindon and Cheltenham
Extension Railway ; Melton and Hollesley Bay Railway ; Regent's
Canal, City, and Docks Railway ; East London Railway ;
Northampton Tramways (Extensions) ; Wimbledon and West Metro-
politan Junction Railway ; Alsord and Sutton Tramways ; Cheadle Railway;
Dundee Gas ; Gateshead and District Tramways; Lydd Railway (Extension);
Milford Docks; Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway; Hull, Barnsley, and
West Ridiog Junction Railway and Dock (Huddersfield, &c.), and London

Southern Tramways.

Bilis Read a Third Time.


Y. O. BA00m. V.O. HALL.

APPBAL. PRIVATE BILL.-Cyfarthfa Works.

26 Mr. Cobby Mr. Merivale Monday, June ..........

Mr. Clowes Metropolis Management and Building Acts (Amendment); Boiler Explo.

Tuesday ..............


Pemberton sions; Local Government Provisional Orders; Local Government Provisional Wednesday...............


Clowes Orders (Poor Law).

Thursday ................




Jure 16.-Bills Read a Second Time,

Saturday, July ........


Pemberton Poor Rates ; Artillery Ranges.

Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Mr. Justico
Bill Road a Third Time.


Monday, June

Nr. Teesdale Mr. King Mr. Carrington Municipal Corporations (Unreformed).

Tuesday .....




Royal Assent.



Jackson The Royal Assent was given by Commission to the following Bills :- | Friday ....


Carrington Ward

Farrer Documentary Evidence Act; Military Manoeuvres Act; Public Health | Saturday, July .....

Jackson Scotland Act (1867) Amendment Act ; Militia Storehouses Act; Commonablo Rights Compensation Act; Arklow Harbour Act; Metropolis Manage

CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES. ment and Building Acts Amendment Act ; Irish Reproductive Loan Fund Amendment Act; Glasgow and South-Western Railway Act; Millwall Dock Western (Lindley, L.J., and Lopes, J.)-Winchester, Saturday, July 8: Act; West Ham Local Board Extension of Powers Act ; South Metropolitan Salisbury, Friday, July 14; Dorchester, Tuesday, July 18 ; Exeter and City, Gas Act; Portsoy Harbour Act ; Bromsgrove Gas Act; Welsbpool and Llan. Friday, July 21; Bodmio, Thursday, July 27 ; Wolls, Monday, July 31 ; fair Railway Abandopment Act; William Harris Endowment and Dundee Bristol, Friday, August 4. Oxford (Bowen, L.J., and Williams, J.)-Read. Education Act ; Dundee Water Act; Callander and Oban Railway Act; ling, Wednesday, June 28 ; Oxford, Saturday, July 1 ; Worcester and City, South Essex Waterworks Act ; Lower Thames Valley Main Sewerage Board Wednesday, July 5; _Stafford, Monday, July 10; Shrewsbury, Thursday, Act; Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford Railway Act'; Moffat Railway Act; July 20; Hereford, Thursday, July 27; Monmouth, Monday, July 31; Golden Valley Railway Act; North-Eastern Railway (Additional Powers) Act ; | Gloucester and City, Thursday, August 3. Midland (Grove and Fry, JJ.) Ipswich Tramways Act; North British and Mercantile Insurance Companies Aylesbury, Saturday, July 1; Bedford, Wednesday, July 5; Northampton, Act; Caledonian Railway (Further Powers) Act; Blyth Harbour “Act; Saturday, July 8; Leicester and Borough, Wednesd y, July 12 ; Oakham, Liverpool Improvement Act; Metropolitan Board of Works (Various Powers) Tuesday, July 18; Lincoln and City, Wednesday, July 19; Nottingham and Act; Walton-on-the-Hill Vicarage Act; and several Provisional Orders Con Town, Monday, July 24; Derby, Friday, July 28; Warwick, Wednesday, firmation Acte.

August 2. South-Eastern (Pollock, B., and Hawkins, J.)-Hertford, ThursBills Read a Second Time,

day, July 6 ; Lewer, Monday, July 10; Maidstone, Monday, July 17;

Chelmsford, Monday, July 21; Huntingdom, Thursday, July 27; Cambridge, Public Health (Fruit Pickers' Lodgings); Local Government Provisional

Saturday, July 29 ; Bury, Wedoesday, August 2; Norwich and City, SaturOrders (No. 3); Local Government Provisional Order (Artisans' and

day, August 5. North Wales (Huddleston, B.)- Newtown, Monday, July Labourers' Dwellings); Tramways Provisional Orders ; Tramways Provisional

3; Dolgelly, Thursday, July 6 ; Carnarvon, Saturday, July 8; Beaumarie, Orders (No. 2); Pier and Harbour Provisional Orders (No. 2).

Thursday, July 13; Ruthin, Monday, July 17; Mold, Thursday, July 20; Bill in Committee.

Chester and City, Saturday, July 22 ; Swansea, Saturday, July 29, South Elementary Education Provisional Orders Confirmation (Finchley, &c.).

Wales (Huddleston, B., and Manisty, J.)-Haver fordwest and Town, Thurs.

day, July 6; Cardigan, Saturday, July 8; Carmarthen and Borough, Bills Read a Third Time.

Thursday, July 13; Brecon, Monday, July 17 ; Presteign, Thursday, July PRIVATE BILL.-Tredegar Water and Gas.

20; Chester and City, Saturday, July 22; Swansea, Saturday, July 29.

North-Eastern (Mathew and Cave, JJ.)- Newcastle and Town, Wednesday, Pluralities Acts Amendment; Places of Worship Sites Amendment.

July 5 ; Durham, Wednesday, July 12 ; York (North and East Riding) and June 20.-Bills Read a Second Time.

City, Wednesday, July 19; Leeds (West Riding), Tuesday, July 25. Interments (felo de se).

Northern (North and Day,' JJ.)- Appleby, Monday, July 3; Carlisle,

Wednesday, July 5; Lancaster, Saturday, July 8; Manchester, Wednesday, Bill in Committee.

July 12 ; Liverpool, Wednesday, July 26. Public Health (Fruit Pickers' Lodgiogs).

The Lord Chief Justice and one of the election judges will open the com.

mission at Guildford, on Thursday, July 27, for the trial of prisoners and Bills Read a Third Time.

causes only in which the cause of action arose in the county of Surrey. PRIVATE BILLS.-Whitland, Cronware, and Pendine Railway; London and Lord Coleridge, O.J., and Denman, Field, and Stephen, JJ., will remain North-Western Railway (Ordsall-lane).

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Ashworth, George, Rochdale, Lancaster, Music Seller. June 29 at 11 at office of Worth, SALES OF ENSUING WEEK.

Lower gates, Rochdale Jure 26.-Mr. HENRY VULLIAMY, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold

| Baxter, William, Trowbridge, Wilts, Glass and China Dealer. July 6 at 12 at the Castle

Hotel, Bath. Clark and Collins Properties (see advertisement, June 10, p. 17).

| Bell, Rees, Llandilo, Carmarthen, Tailor. July 1 at 11.30 at office of Williams, King st, June 27.-Meesrs. DEBENHAM, TEwson, FARMER, & BRIDGEWATER, at the Mart, Llandilo at 2 p.m., Freehold ard Leasehold Properties, Advowson, &c. (see advertieement, Birtles, Henry, Burslem, Stafford, Hay and Straw Dealer. June 26 at 11 at office of June 10, pp. 8 and 9).

Stevenson, Cheapside, Hanley Jude 27 ---Messrs. Lomax, Sons, & MILLs, at Manchesto", Freeho'd Estate (see

Blagden, Thomas, and Joseph Blagden, Fenchurch avenuo, Limest, Merchants. July

6 at 2 at office of Lawrence and Co, Old Jewry chmbrs advertisement, June 10, p. 15).

Blundell, Cornelius, Halliwell, nr Bolton, Joiner. June 29 at 3 at office of Briscoe, June 28.-Mr. JAMES Pousty, at the Mart, at 1 p.m., Freehold Property (see Chancery lane, Bolton. Loftos, Bolton advertisement, June 10, p. 16).

Boulton. Walter George, and James Berry Baker, Hoole, nr Chester, Brush Manufac. June 28. – Messrs. DANIEL SMITH, Son, & OAKLEY, at the Mart, at 1 for 2 p.m., turers. July 3 at 11 at office of Brassey, Eastgate row North, Chester Freehold Estate (see advertisement, June 10, p. 18).

Bransome, Emil, Chiswell st, Finsbury, Chemist. June 28 at 3 at ofices of Mitchell,

Thanet pl, Strand. Harrison, Pancras lane
Brazenor, Robert, Brighton, Sussex, Taxidermist. June 29 at 3 at office of Nye, North

st, Brighton
Bristow, William, Openshaw, Lancaster, Grocor. July 5 at 3 at 35, Cannon st, Man.

chester. Alderson, Manchester BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

Brooks, George Henry, St Mary Church, Devon, Grocer. Jung 29 at 12 at office of Car.

ter, Cary bldgs, Abbey rd, Torquay BIRTHS.

Brookes, Alfred George, Olney, Buckingham, Farmer, June 30 at 3 at Ball Hotel, Olney.

Shoosmith, Northampton Beal.-June 15, at Turnham-green, W., the wife of Charles Edward Beal, eolici

Bruckshaw, George, Wolverhampton, Stafford, Grocer, July 4 at 3 at offices of Will. tor, of a son

De 19, at 60, Cornwall-roud, W., the wife of G. Broke Freeman, Bushall, Henry Knapp, Reading, Berks, Hardwareman. June 30 at 3 at offices of Beale barrister-at-law, of a son.

and Martin, London st, Reading KINGSPORD.-June 19, at Bedford-park, Chiswick, the wife of Douglas Kings Butterfield, James, Mirfield, .York, Bootmaker. Juno 30 at 3 at offices of Wilson, ford, barrister-at-law, of a son.

Exchange bldgs, Mirfield" MIDDLETON.-June 11, at Brookfield, Headingley, rear Leeds, the wife of Percy Charrington, Harry William, Hove, Sussex, Beer Merchant. June 28 at 3 at offices of Middleton, barrister-at-law, of a son.

Nye, North st, Brighton

Chinn, Louis, Kynaston rd, Stoke Newington, Monumental Mason, June 26 at 4 at 62, DEATHS.

Chancery lane. Marshall CARLYON.-June 16, at Truro, Clement Carpenter Carlyon, solicitor, aged

Clark, Thomas, Birmingham, Gasfitter, June 26 at 3 at ofices of Southall, Waterloo

st, Birmingham 33.

Clark, William Webb Rowland, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, Licensed Brewer. July GRUNDY.–June 20, at West!eigh, Lymm, Chesbire, Thomas Grundy, solicitor, of 10 at 3 at offices of Browne, an Co., Queen st, Cheapside. Watts and Burton, New Manchester, aged 45.

inn, Strand
Coombes, John Henry, Essex rd, Islington, Grocer. June 27 at 11 at offices of Tilsley,

Benet pl, Gracechurch st
Croot, Henry, Saint George, Gloucester, Boot Manufacturer. June 28 at 2 at offices of

Sibly and Dickinson, Exchange West, Bristol
Cubitt, William Robert, Little Cadogan pl, Chelsea, Builder. June 29 at 3 at 145,

Cheapside. Mason, Gresham st

Cunliffe, Samuel, Burnley, Lancaster, Joiner, July 3 at 3 at Rawlinson's Temporanco

Hotel, St James's row, Burnley. Sutcliffe, Burnley

Daly, Michael, Nottingham, Plasterer. June 20 at 3 at offices of Marriot, St Peter's gate,

FRIDAY, June 16, 1882.

Daniels, Edward, Margate, Kent, Blacksmith. June 20 at 10 at offices of Hills, Gros-
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

venor ter, Margate Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.

Davis, Benjamin, Stourbridge, Worcester, Wheelwright. June 28 at 11 at offices of To Surrender in London.

Wall, High st, Stourbridge Cavaliero, Victor, Golborne rd, Notting hill, Pet June 13. Murray. June 30 at 11 Davis, 'Isaac, Saint George, Gloucester, Butcher. June 26 at 12 at offices of Evans, Curtice, Edward Richard, Salisbury st, Strand, Publishers. Pet June 12. Murray,

Exchange bldgs East, Bristol June 30 at 11

Dobson, Christopher, Leeds, Sawyer. June 29 at 2 at offices of Pallan, Albion st, Loeds Etheridge, Lewis, Lower rd, Deptford, Stonemason. Motn June 15. Brougham.

Duncan, Francis John, Birkenhead, Chester, Licensed Victualler.” June 30 at 3 at June 27 at 11

office of Danger, Orange crt, Castle st, Liverpool Sheppard, James, Shakespeare terr, Upper Holloway, Boot Dealer. Pet March 20. Eddington, William, and Sylvanus Eddington, Queen Victoria st, Engineers. June 30 Murray, July 5 at 12

at 1 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Leaver and Maskell, Lincoln's-inn-fields To Surrender in the Country.

Farbrother, John, Derby, Licensed Victualler. June 29 at 3 at office of Hoxtall, Full st Boyce, William, Cardiff, Butter Merchant. Pet June 13. Langley. Cardiff, June 28 Derby at 11

Ferguson, Robert Alexander, Worthing, Sussex. July 5 att at office of Ledger, West Eyre, Mary, Salford, Lancaster, General Dealer. 'Pet Juno 14. Hulton. Salford, 1st, Brighton. Ruddle, High Holborn June 28 at 11

Fisher, Thomas, Upland rd, East Dulwich, Gasfitter, June 29 at 4 at offico of Kilby, Farmer, Henry, Hitchin, Herts, Corn Merchant. Pet June 13. Cooke. Luton, July 11 Crystal Palace rd, East Dulwich at 11

Gadd, John, Hill st, Peckham, Clerk. June 30 at 2 at office of Valentine, Queen Anno's Horne, Charles, Bradford, Innkeeper. Pet June 12. Lee. Bradford, June 30 at 12

gate, Westminster Jones, Alfred, Madeley, Salop, Grocer. Pet June 12. Potts. Madeley, June 28 at 11.30

Gardner, William, Portobello rd, Notting.h Butcher. June 28 at 3 at office of Lee, Taylor, Thomas, Derby, Elastic Web Manufacturer. Pet June 13. Weller. Derby,

Gresham bldge, Basinghall st July 6 at 12

Goetzger, Frederick, Gt Bath st, Clerkenwell, Boot Maker. July 3 at 2 at office of

Miller and Miller, Sherborne lane
TUESDAY, June 20, 1882.
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

Gray, John, Gowrie ter, Scotland Green, Tottenham, Builder. June 26 at 2 at office of

Emerson, Fenchurch bldgs
Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.

Gray, John Charles, Birmingham, Ironmonger. June 28 at 1 at Midland Hotel, New st
To Surrender in London.

Birmingham. Burman and Shipley, Temple row, Birmingham Green, Daniel, Cold Harbour lane, Brixton, Linen Draper. Pet June 17. Hazlitt.

Griffiths, Annie, Kington, Hereford, out of business. June 28 at 2 at office of Cheese July 4 at 11

and Delfosse, Bridge st, Kington Kniep, John, Green terr, Clerkenwell, Travelling Bag Manufacturer. Pet June 15. Grimshaw, James, Manchester, Grocer, June 29 at 3 at office of Lawson, Mount st, Hazlitt. July 5 at 12

McDonnell, Thomas, and James McDonnell, Sloane sq, Chelsea, Undertakers. Motn Guest, Thomas, Kidderminster, Worcester, Car Proprietor, June 30 at 3.30 at office of
June 16. Hazlitt. July 5 at 12.30

Miller and Corbet, Church st, Kidderminster
To Surrender in the Country.

Hallett, Henry, Yeovil, Somerset, Butcher. June 26 at 11 at Red Lion Inn, Yeovil. Allen, Charles Burton, Hamilton pl, New Wandsworth, Baker. Pet June 13. Wil

I Watts, Yeovil loughby. Wandsworth, July 7 at 11

Harrap, George, and George Henry Harrap, Manchester, Timber Merchants. July 4 Brittan, George, jun, Balham, Builder. June 13. Willoughby. Wandsworth, July 7 at 3 at office of Ritson and Grundy, Princess st, Manchester at 11

Hewitt, John, Manchester, Tailor. June 27 at 3 at 87, Mosloy st, Manchoster. Watis, Fearnley, Alfred, Heywood, Lancaster, Grocer. Pot June 16. Holdea. Bolton, July 5

Manchester at 11 Goozee, Robert Thomas, Richmond, Hosier. Pet June 13. Willoughby. Wandsworth,

Hitchin, Arthur Samuel, Leicester, Aerated Water Maker. June 30 at 12 at office of

Curtis, Halford rd, Leicester July 7 at 11

Horan, 'John Joseph, Bath, General Dealer. June 28 at 3 at Orange grove, Bath. Kirby, Henry Roddock, Liverpool, Oil Importer. June 16. Cooper. Liverpool, July 3 Titley

at 12 Lambell, George, South Tawton, Devon, Farmer. Pet June 17. Gidley. East Stone

Horsfield, Richard, Keighley, York, Stonemason. June 29 at 2 at Fountain Inn, Kirby

Stephen, Westmoreland. Cooke, Keighley house, July 1 at 12 Lockey, James Thomas, Winnington, Chester, Salt Manufacturer. Pet June 13.

Jenner, Norman, Brighton, Sussex, Butcher. June 28 at 3 at New rd, Brighton.

Buckwell Speakman, Nantwich, July 4 at 11

Kay, Richard William, Leicester, Lessee and Manager of a Thcatro Royal. July 5 at Tyson, George, Langley, Bucks, Gent. Pet June 17. Darvill. Windsor, July 8 at 12

1 3 at office of Wright, Belvoir st, Leicester Vultchoff, Jordan Marco, Manchester, Merchant. Pet June 16. Kay. Manchester, July 10 at 12.30

Law, Frank Wedding, Lutterworth, Leicester, Licensed Victualler. June 30 at 3 at

office of Wright, Belvoir st, Leicester BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED.

Lee, James, senior, Ditton, Lancaster, Contractor. June 29 at 2 at office of Beasley, FRIDAY, June 16, 1882.

Victoria rd, Widnes Pauley, G W , Beak st, Regent st, Coffee house Keeper. June 7

Lisamer, Charles, North Aston, Birmingham, Baker. June 27 at 3 at office of Fallows, TUESDAY, June 20, 1882.

Cherry st, Birmingham Bennett, Joseph, Liverpool, out of business. June 16

Lucas, Lawrence, and William Nelson, Oswaldtwistle, Lancaster, Cotton Manufacturers. Sadler, Reginald Hayes, Richmond, York, Lieutenant, 19th Regt. June 17

June 29 at 8 at office of Haworth, Lord st West, Blackburn

Marsh, Henry, Highworth, Swindon, Wilts, Commercial Traveller. June 28 at 2 st
Liquidations by Arrangement.

Great Western Hotel, Now Swindon, Evans, Bristol

May, Thomas, Perranzabaloe, Mason, June 29 at 1 at offices of Peter, Church town,

St Agnes
Friday, June 16, 1882,

McBride, William John, City rd, Juvenile Clothing Manufacturer. July 1 at 10 at Cold

harbour lane, Loughborough Junction Akehurst, Francis James, Radcliffe, Lancaster, Tailor. July 3 at 3 at office of Sims, Market pl, Manchester

| Merritt, Charles Manchester, Boot and Shoe Maker. June 28 at 3 at Cannon st, Man. Allen, Philip Samuel, and Samuel Richardson, Bristol, Drapers. June 23 at 12 at office

chester. Alderson, Manchester of Evans, Exchange bldge East, Bristol

Mitchell, William Cornelius, Grange st, Hoxton, Brush Maker. June 22 at 2 at Masons Appleyard, Frederick John, Haslemere, Surrey, Grocer, June 27 at 3 at County and

Hall Tavern, Masons' Avenue, Basinghall st. Hopkins, Walbrook Borough Halls, Guildford, Geach, Guildford

Mitton, Wilson William, Sheffield, Boot and Shoe Dealer. June 29 at 2 at Law Society

Rooms, Hoole's chbrs, Bank st, Sheffield. Rodgers and Co

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