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Briggs Dickson, of the firm of Messrs. Buck, Dickson, & Cockshott, of 16th August, and on the same day in every succeeding week during the Preston and Southport.
vacation, the registrar in attendance will see solicitors requiring alterations Charles St. David Spencer, B.A., who served his clerkship with Messrs. necessary in orders to be acted on by the paymaster; but the order, and Dalton, Spencer, Corbett, & 'Evans, of Cardiff ; and Messrs. Crowder & any necessary papers, and a notification of the amendment as required by Vizard, of London.
the 27th of the Supreme Court Funds Rules, 1884, ought to be left at his THIRD CLASS
seat not later than 12 o'clock on the previous day.
The Council of the Incorporated Law Society have accordingly given class certificates and awarded the following prizes of books :
LEGAL NEWS. To Mr. Walker-prize of the Honourable Society of Clement’s-innvalue 10 guineas; and the Daniel Reardon prize-value about 25 guineas.
OBITUARY. To Mr. Gabb-prize of the Honourable Society of Clifford's-inn-value
Mr. James Keir, advocate, died at Edinburgh on the 13th inst., after a 10 guineas.
To Mr. White-prize of the Honourable Society of New.inn-value long illness. Mr. Keir was admitted a member of the Faculty of Advo5 guineas.
cates in Scotland in 1864, and for many years he enjoyed a fair share of
business. In 1880 he was appointed junior legal assessor to the CorporaTo Mr. Michelmore—Prize of the Incorporated Law Society—value 5
tion of Edinburgb, which office he held until his death, and in the followguineas.
ing year he became receiver of Crown rents. Mr. To Mr. Emanuel - Prize of the Incorporated Law Society-value 5 unmarried. He was buried on the 18th inst.
Keir was guineas. The council have given class certificates to the candidates in the second
Mr. John WILLIAM MIDDLETON, solicitor, of Leeds, died very suddenly and third classes.
on the 16th inst. Mr. Middleton was the son of Mr. William Middleton, The number of candidates who attended the examination was 71.
solicitor, of Leeds, and was born in 1839. He was admitted a solicitor in 1860, having served his articles with his father, with whom he was for several years in partnership, and he was at the time of bis death associated in partnership with his younger brother, Mr. Arthur Middleton. Mr.
Middleton was a perpetual commissioner for the West Riding of YorkNEW ORDERS, &c.
shire, and he was for two successive years president of the Leeds Law
Society. He was solicitor to the Leeds Permanent Building Society and HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.
to the Leeds Estate Building and Investment Society. Mr. Middleton
came to London last week to attend the trial of an action in the Chancery LONG VACATION, 1887.
Division on behalf of the last-mentioned society, and died very suddenly Notice.
within a few hours after his return home. Mr. Middleton was a member During the vacation until further notice :-All applications which may of the Leeds Philosophical Society. He leaves a widow and eight children. require to be immediately or promptly heard are to be made to the judges The Leeds Mercury says that Mr. Middleton at all times took a great who, for the time being, shall act as vacation judges.
interest in legal matters. In connection with the Yorkshire Registry Bill One of the vacation judges will sit in Chancery Court IV., Royal Courts he published a pamphlet which had a large circulation amongst bankers of Justice, at 11 a.m. on Wednesday in every week, commencing on Wed- and solicitors. He took the matter up on behalf of the Yorkshire bankers, nesday, 17th of August, until further notice, for the purpose of hearing and in the end an amending Act was passed by which an objectionable such applications of the above nature as, according to the practice in the clause—the fifteenth-was repealed. By his professional brethren and by Chancery Division, are usually heard in court.
a wide circle of other friends his untimely death is deeply regretted, aud No case will be placed in the judge's paper unless leave has been pre- much sympathy is expressed for the bereaved family. viously obtained, or a certificate of counsel that the case requires to be immediately or promptly heard, and stating concisely the reasons, is left
Mr. WILLIAM Heath, solicitor, late of 3, New London-street, died about
a fortnight ago. Hr. Heath was admitted a solicitor in 1832, and he had with the
papers. The necessary papers relating to every application made to the vacation
practised for over half a century in the City of London and at Tottenham,
where he resided. judges (see notice below as to judges' papers) are to be left with the cause
He was formerly associated in partnership with Mr. clerk in attendance, Chancery Registrars’ Chambers (Room 136), Royal the Tottenham Local Board. He was appointed vestry clerk of the parish
Robert William Parker and Mr. John George Brett. He was solicitor to Courts of Justics, before one o'clock on the Monday previous to the day of St. Olave, Hart-street, about forty years ago, and he had held that office on which the application is intended to be made. When the cause clerk until his death, although he retired from practice about two years ago is not in attendance they may be left at Room 136, under cover, addressed Mr. Heath was for several years a member of the Court of Assistants to to him, and marked outside Chancery Vacation Papers, or they may be sent by post, but in either case so as to be received by the time aforesaid.
the Cordwainers' Company, and he had filled the office of warden. In any case of great urgency, the brief of counsel is to be sent to the judge by post, or rail, prepaid, accompanied by office copies of the affida
APPOINTMENTS. vits in support of the application, and also by a minute, on a separate sheet of paper, Ligned by counsel, of the order he may consider the appli.
Mr. George MARTIN HALL, solicitor, of Attleburgh, has been appointed cant entitled to, and also an envelope, sufficiently stamped, capable of
a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature. receiving the papers, addressed as follows:-"Chancery Official Letter :
Mr. John William HATTERSLEY, solicitor, of Mexbrough and Swinton, Courts of Justice, London, W.C." Con the Registrar in Vacation, Chancery Registrars" Chambers, Royai has been appointed Clerk to the Mexbrough Local Poard. Mr. Hattersley
was admitted a solicitor in 1885. On applications for injunctions, in addition to the above, a copy of the
Mr. Robert KEITH VILLIERS Douglas, solicitor (of the firm of Jackson, writ, and a certificate of writ issued, must also be sent.
Prince, & Douglas), of 64, Cannon-street and of Sutton, has been ap. The paper sent to the judge will be returned to the registrar.
pointed Clerk to the Sutton Local Board. Mr. Douglas was admitted a The chambers of Mr. Justice Kay will be opened during the vacation.
solicitor in 1881. Mr. Justice Kekewich will, until further notice, hear urgent summonses which may be adjourned to him in his private room, No. 346, at 10.30 a.m.
Mr. George HYATT WILLIAMS, solicitor, of Brecon, has been elected on Wednesday in every week, commencing on the 17th of August. A
Town Clerk of that borough in succession to the late Mr. John Williams. special time will be appointed for any that cannot be conveniently dis
Mr. William RICHARD Stevens, solicitor, of 22, Abingdon-street, has posed of.
been appointed Secretary to the South-Eastern Railway Co. Mr. Stevens D'he address of the judge for the time being acting as vacation judge in has been for several years solicitor to the compeny. He was admitted a the Chancery Division can be obtained on application at the Chancery solicitor in 1874. Registrars' Chambers, Room 136.
Mr. ALEXANDER Moody STUART, advocate, has been appointed Professor JUDGES' PAPERS.
of the Law of Scotland in the University of Glasgow, in succession to The following papers for the vacation judge are required to be left with
Mr. Robert Berry, who has been appointed Sheriff of Lanarkshire. the cause clerk in attendance at the Chancery Registrars' Chambers, Room Basingstoke Division of Hampshire in the Conservative interest, is the
Mr. ARTHUR FREDERICK JEFFREYS, who has been elected M.P. for the 136, on or before the Monday previous to the day on which the applica- second son of Mr. Arthur Jeffreys, and was born in 1848. He was edu. tion to the judge is intended to be made :1.-Counsel's certificate of urgency, or note of special leave granted by Mathematics in 1870.
cated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he graduated second class in the judge.
He was called to the bar at the Inner Terople in 2.-Two copies of writ and two copies of pleadings (if any) and any Mr. Jeffreys is a magistrate for Hampshire.
Hilary Term, 1872, and he formerly practised on the Western Circuit. other documents sbewing the nature of the application.
3.-Two copies of notice of motion.
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. in apswer, if any filed.
EDWIN John Harvey, jun., and Herbert JOHN ANDREW, solicitors of to apply at once to the judge's clerk in court for the return of their ford), Halifax and Elland. The said business will in future be carried on N. B. Solicitors are requested when the application has been disposed (Harvey & Andrew), Landport and Gosport.
July 9. papers. NOTICE TO SOLICITORS,
by the said Samuel Hoyle. July 8. (CHANCERY REGISTRARS' OFFICE.)
Henry SKIPPER RYLAND and HENRY WOODCOCK RYLAND, solicitors The Chancery Registrars' Office will be open daily. On Tuesday, the
(Clarke, Woodcock, & Ryland), 11, Lincoln's-inn-fields. July 16,
[Gazette, July 19.]
of every hundred cases it acquits, in seventy-four out of every hundred
cases it finds extenuating circumstances. On the 14th inst., in the House of Commons, a petition was presented by Mr. L. Fry, from the Bristol Incorporated Law Society, against regis- has been much exercised by the insufficiency of the notes of the judges, and
The Court of Appeal, while sitting to hear appeals from county courts, tration of title to land being made compulsory. The judgment of the Court of Appeal in Hamilton, Fraser, f Co. v. Kerr). On the 19th inst. Lord Esher remarked :-"AN I can say is that
in particular of the judge of the City of London Court (Mr. Commissioner Pandorf & Co. (the "rat case, commented on 30 SOLICITORS' JOURNAL, 682, the way these appeals are brought before the court is disgraceful”; and was reversed by the House of Lords on the 14th inst. Lord Bramwell Lord Justice Lopes added :-"I entirely concur.” On the 20th inst. Lord approved of Lord Justice Lopes's definition of "peril of the sea ing "a sea damage occurring at sea, and nobody's fault.”
Esher is reported to have said :-"This is a case of general interest, and
how, it being a case of general interest, requiring careful consideration by A meeting will be held in Lincoln’s-inn Old Hall on Saturday, the 23rd the Court of Appeal, the judge of the City of London Court, being of inst., at 2.15 p.m., to receive the report of the Provisional Committee of that opinion, could satisfy himself by that note sent to us is to my mind the Selden Society, to elect a council and officers, and to settle the rules of inconceivable. [His lordship read the note.] That is the note the society. The attendance of all persons interested (whether members which is to enable the Court of Appeal to do what is right. I say no more. of the society or not) is invited.
It is for the judge himself and his own conscience to do what is right. We An order has been made by the Lords of the Treasury directing that so
have no authority in the matter that I am aware of. But this is the third long as the Lord Chancellor's principal secretary for the time being shall
or fourth time in which we have had a note sent to us in what seems to be hold and perform the duties of the office of Clerk of the Crown, the a stereotyped form, and that in spite of the provisions of the statute which chief clerk in the Crown Office in Chaucery shall hold and perform the require the judge to take a note.” duties of the office of assistant secretary to the Lord Chancellor.
The Albany Law Journal, referring to Judge Grover, says he had "a At a meeting of the Eldon Testimonial Trustees, held on Wednesday, dreadful habit of sitting up at night and reading the records for the next Mr. Francis William Pember, Fellow of All Soul's College, Oxford, was day's argument, and then there was frequently a 'circus.'. 'I guess elected twenty-second Eldon scholar. The scholarship, which is worth you'd better skip down to the seventh point?—he called it ‘pint? _'I £200 per annum, is open to graduates of the University of Oxford (subject don't think there's much in that point; you'll find the testimony on to certain regulations) who intend to study for the bar, and is tenable for page 469," and the like, were frequent expressions from his lips, and all three years unless the scholar in the meanwhile is called to the bar.
the time he was looking around satirically or impatiently, as much as to They make some fine distinctions, says the Albany Law Journal, about to a counsel who had cited a long list of cases on one point, 'The court
say, 'Good Lord, what fools these lawyers be!' We once heard him say "cruelty” in the Michigan divorce decisions. For instance, for a hus- can't look at all these cases, you know ; you'd better point out three or band, in picking berries, forcibly to resent his wife's reaching over from four that you set the most store by, and we'll try to look at 'em. Occaher row to his and picking some of his best berries, is cruel; but to tell sionally counsel would give him as good as he sent. We once heard an her to go home to her father with her long nose, or to call her old goat, instance of this. Counsel, in replying to a point made on the argument old cow, &c., is not cruel.
and not printed in the brief, said: I say, as his Honour Judge Grover Lord Herschell gave a very successful garden party at Lincoln's-inn on frequently observes, “I don't think there's much in that pint.”' Grover Tuesday, at which the Prince and Princess of Wales, the King of the was visibly annoyed, and the rest of the judges could hardly conceal their Hellenes, and other Royal personages were present, including an Indian merriment. But the joke was on the facetious counsel when the court prince, who was arrayed in startling garments, combining the disadvan- beat him on that very "pint.'” tages of both male and female attire. Among the guests was Sir James Bacon, who looked well and vigorous, and was hailed with delight by the
In the House of Commons on Tuesday, on the vote to complete the legal part of the concourse,
sum for the Bankruptcy Department of the Board of Trade, Mr. Bradlaugh
called attention to the excessive cost of realizing assets under the BankThe New York Daily Register, apparently referring to our recent obser: ruptcy Act. He said that in one case an unfortunate lady was made a vations on the Times headnotes of cases, quoted in an American legal bankrupt for a debt of £350. Her assets realized £855, but not a farthing journal, suggests that a headnote might be added from the Practice Reports of the surplus reached the bankrupt. In other cases assets of £677 cost of the late Mr. Howard. “The case was decided in an inferior court, and £338; of $1,728, cost £965, of which £210 were for incidental expenses ; not in accordance with the reporter's sense of propriety or opinion of the of £569, cost £318; of £446, cost £244; of £714, cost £308 ; and of law, we do not know which; and the first head-note he prefixed to it £2,423, 'cost £949 to realize.' He submitted that this was a scandalous read as follows :-'This little case shews what a justice of the peace can waste of the creditors' money, and that the Board of Trade, who had
authority in the matter, ought to interfere to prevent such waste. The grand jury at the Wells Assizes made a presentment “ that the H. De Worms observed that the cases to which the hon. member had system introduced of late years, by which part of the assize business of referred had all been carefully examined, and with the permission of the than those in which that business arises, has been found highly incon- dental expenses amounted to £135, but that sum included a number of venient in practice, that it is inconsistent with the right of every man to perfectly legal charges, such as auctioneers' charges, rent, carriage of have justice done to him in his own neighbourhood, that it has led to a goods, and other items which might well have appeared under other giations, and is contrary to the wishes and feelings of the country in in bankruptcy were administered by the official receiver, and for these the
Board of Trade was responsible. It was where there was no official In the House of Commons, on the 14th inst., in answer to Mr. Maclure, cost of realization. The Board of Trade had no power to force an
assignee that the discrepancy arose between the realized assets and the Mr. W. H. Smith said : Sir James Hannen has not appointed Mr. A. B. official assignee on any bankruptcy. It would, he thought, be better if cheter, but he has appointed Mr. Bridgeman Simpatan, Pepiter erfit in ene they had, and then the Board of Trade would be responsible. James Hannen considered Mr. Bridgeman Simpson the fittest man he
The appointment was made because Sir could select, having regard to Mr. °Simpson's long experience in the London office. It was considered that this experience would enable him better to discharge the duties than a solicitor or the chief clerk in the
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.
Godfrey the claim on the 308th section of the Public Health Act, 1875. Mr. W. Tveadaya
Carrington Jenkins, solicitor, defended the action on the ground that the school was Thursday... 25
Godfrey not closed by the urban sanitary authority, but was bound to be closed Friday under the Education Code, No. 98.
Godfrey The bench decided in favour of the Saturday... 30 defendants. On the application of Mr. Lyon a case was granted for the
Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Mr. Justice superior court.
Carrington the reverse. The number of crimes committed in the five years ending Saturday
Carrington Pemberton with the year 1885 was less than the record shewn by the preceding Justrum; but, on the other hand, murders and attempts on human life had increased. This is attributed'in a great measure to the leniency displayed by the juries. There is no doubt that assassins, particularly in Paris, calculate largely on their chances of escape. A telling speech from a counsel often works wonders. “The jury has a tender heart, it under
WARNING TO INTENDING HOUSE PURCHASERS AND LESSEES. -Before purchasing a high authority has just passed on the institution. The twentje Pour Lout en peper entramb. Sasnijtany. Ensundere mensen en vertination of this type or Alberto
HARRISON, JAMES, Dudley, Worcester, Wine and Spirit Merchant. Aug 1.
Watts & Jobson, Dudley
JACKSON, ARTHUR GREGORY, Red Hill, Clerk in Holy Orders. Oct 1. Merrick
LACEY, WILLIAM, Crewkerne, Shoemaker and Grocer. Aug 13. Sparks & Blake,
LAWRENSON, GEORGE ROBERT, Brighton, Surgeon, Aug 16. Hallett & Spottis
woode, Craven st, Charing cross ALBERT PALACE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.-Chitty, J., has, by an order dated LAYFIELD, JAMES, Wetherby, York. Sept 1. Hudson, Bradford Mav 2, appointed Francis Cooper, 14, George st, Mansion House. to be official liquidator. Creditors are required, on or before fept 30, to send their names LESTY, WILLIAM, Stockwell Cresent, Printer. Aug 31. Mackrell & Co, Cannon and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to the above. st Tuesday, Oct 25 at 11, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts LIND, JANE PORTIA, Chiswick. Aug 12. Park & Co, Essex st and claims PLUMBLEY COLLIERY CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented July 12, MAPLETON, ELIZABETH, Highweek, Devon. Aug 15. Francis & Co, Newton
Abbot directed to be heard before Stirling, J., on Saturday, July 23. Page & Scorer,
MARGRETT. THOMAS, Gloucester, Cabinet Maker. Aug 1. New inn, solors for the petner
Beale & Martin, SOUTHEND ON SEA AND DISTRICT AUXILIARY RAILWAY AND CARRIAGE Co, Reading
J IMITED.--Chitty, J., has, by an order, dated April 21, appointed William MARKINER, JOSEPH, Hackney, Gent. Sept 30. Smith & Sons, Furnival's inn
Henry Jefferies, 19, Great George st, to be official liquidator
un, presented July 9, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Saturday, July
MIDDLETON, THOMAS, Didsbury, Lancaster, Surgeon. Sept 7. Jepson & Son,
MORRIS, SAMUEL, Bristol, Yeoman. Aug 30. Cash, Castle Cary
OFFIN, WILLIAM, Brentwood, Currier and Leather Seller. Aug 12. Postans & DU BEDAD ADAMS & CO, DIMITED.-By an order made by the court, dated July 5, Landons, New Broad st
it was ordered that the company be wound up. Barrell, Rodway, & Co, Liver- OWEN, ALICE, Appleton within Widnes, Lancaster. Oct 1. Bradley & Son, pool, solors for petner
Liverpool JOHN KERSHAW & CO, LIMITED.-By an order made by the Vice-Chancellor, OWEN, MARGARET, Appleton, Widnes. Oct 1. Bradley & Son, Liverpool dated July 7, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the company be continued. Bullock & Worthington, Manchester, solors for the company
RESTIEAUX, JOSEPH, Heigham, Norwich, Estate Agent. Sept 1. Blyth, Nor
wich FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED.
SAVILE, AUGUSTUS WILLIAM, Rufford Abbey, Nottingham, Esq. Sept 1. Markby LE-K CHURCH MALE SICK AND BURIAL SOCIETY, National School, Leek, Stafford. & Co, New sq July 12
SCOTT, JOSEPH, Great Horton, Bradford, Cab Proprietor. Sept 1. Gaunt & Hines,
45. Blackfriars rd, Soutbwark. July 13
upon Tyne London Gazette.-TUESDAY, July 19.
WALTON, JOHN CROFT CHARLES, Buntingford, Herts, Gent. Aug 20. Ellis &
Son, Mark lane
WAYNE, ALFRED, Leicester, Hosiery Manufacturer. Aug 15. Hincks, Leicester
WELBORNE, JOSEPH WIDDOWSON, Torquay, Esq. Aug 31. Blount & Co, Arundel
WILBEAM, SUSAN MARY, Hammersmith, Sept 1. Taylor, Essex
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, July 19.
ADOLPHUS, OTTO, King's College, London, Clerk in Holy Orders. Aug 15. Grover Jory BUCKTROUT, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before July 30, to
& Humphreys, Temple
ARKWRIGHT, ALFRED, Wirksworth, Derby, Esq. send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to
Sept 1. Truall, Burton on
Trent 'Theodore Brooke Jones, 2. Albion pl, Leeds. Monday, Aug 8, at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims
ARNOLD, GEORGE, Bristol, Gent. Sept 16. Perham, Bristol PENARTH (CARDIFF) PIER CO, LIMITED - Chitty, J, has fixed Wednesday, July ASHBY, SHELDON DUDLEY, Chislehurst, Kent. Aug 31. Ashby & Compton, 27. at 11, at his chambers, for the appointment of an official liquidator
Queen Victoris st PRINCE'S RACQUET AND TENNIS CLUB CO, LIMITED.-Creditors are required. on or BASSETT, ALEXANDER, Cardiff, Civil Engineer. Sept 30. Stanton & Bassett, hefore Tuesday, Aug 2, to come in and prove their debts, by giviug notice to Southampton Thomas Stephen Evans, 5 and 6, Bucklersburg. Tuesday, August 9 at 12, being BAWDEN, REBECCA JANE, Chelsea. Aug 30. Creed, Newton Abbott the time appointed for hearing and adjudicating THOMAS WEBB & SONS, LIMITED. -Creditors are required, on or before Jan 9, 1833, BICKNELL, ANNA SOPHIA, Regent's pk. Aug 10. Lethbridge & Prior, Abingdon, st to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, BUDD, CAROLINE MARY, West Kensington. Aug 8. Woodhouse & Co, New sq to Walter Newton Fisher, 4, Waterloo st, Birmingham. Monday, Jan 23 at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims YORKSHIRE AERATED WATER CO. LIMITED. --Stirling, J., has, by an order, dated
BURNEY, CHARLES, Royal Naval School, Greenwich, Retired Captain in Royal July 8, appointed Isaac Senior, East Parade, Leeds, to be official liquidator
Navy. Bept i. Gard & Co, Gresham bdgs
CUNNION, MARY, St Bees, Cumberland. Aug 17. Webster, Whitehaven
DOWDESWELL. WILLIAM, Bushley, Worcester, Esq. Aug 15. Moores & Romney,
Tewkesbury DU BEDAD ADAMS & CO, LIMITED. - The Vice-Chancellor has fixed Wednesday, FORMAN, CAROLINE, St Peter's, Kent. Aug 15. Hawks & Co, Borough High st
July 27 at 11, at 9, Cook et, Liverpool, for the appointment of an official liquida- FORMAN, ROBERT, St Peter's, Kent. Aug 15. Hawks & Co, Borough High st tor
HALL, ALICE, Wigan, Lancaster. Aug 30. Wright & Appleton, Wigan
bridge & Prior, Abingdon st
HARRIS, JOHN TINDALL, Highfield, Surrey, Gent. Aug 31. Ashby & Compton, CREDITORS NOTICES.
Queen Victoria st
HOLMES, WILLIAM STEWART, Cheetham, Manchester, Manager and Traveller. UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY,
Aug 27. Lawson, Manchester
HOLROYD, MICHAEL JOHN, Halifax, Wine and Spirit Merchant. Aug 11. RobLAST DAY OF CLAIM,
son & Suter, Halifax London Gazette.-FRIDAY, July 15.
HOWARTH, HUGH, Farnworth, Lancaster, Carter. Aug 15. Balshaw & Hodg
kinson, Bolton MOUSLEY, CHARLES EDWARD EUGENE, Olifton Campville, Stafford, Esq. Aug 10. KNOWLES, WALTER GEORGE, Shepherd's Bush. Sept 1. Crump & Son, Philpot Upton v Mousley, Chitty, J. Upton, Austin Friars
LEFFLER, CHARLES, Redland, Bristol, Jeweller. Aug 3. Brown, Bristol UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35.
LINGWOOD, ROBERT MAULKIN, Cheltenham, Esq. Sept 12. Drew, Cheltenham LAST DAY OF CLAIM.
MOORE, LYDIA MOTTERSHEAD, Buxton, Aug 11. Bennett & Co, Buxton London Gazette.-FRIDAY, July 15.
MUMFORD, LOUISA, Ipswich. Sept 29. Jackaman & Co, Ipswich ALLEN, ELIZABETH, Tunbridge Wells. Sept 2. Cripps & Sons, Tunbridge Wells PERRINS, JAMES Dyson, Great Malvern, Esq. Aug 31. Southall, Worcester BARKKR, HENRY FREDERICK, Bakewell, Derby, Esq. Nov 1. F. & H. Taylor, ROGERS, JAMES ALSOP, Old Trafford, Lancaster, Merchant's Cashier. Aug 13.
Bakewel: BARROW, LYDIA ELIZABETH, Brixton Hill. Aug 3. Snell & Co, George st SAULL, WILLIAM, Northampton, Wine and Spirit Merchant. Aug 10. Roslee, BATEY, WILLIAM. Prudhoe, Northumberland, Butcher. Sept 1. Denison, New
SCOTT, WILLIAM, Beeston hill, Leeds, Surgeon. Aug 30. Craven, Leeds BENSON, THOMAS, North Fambridge, Essex, Clerk in Holy Orders. Aug 1. ST BARBE, HENRY LOUIS, Bassein, Burmah, India, Bengal, Civil Servant. Aug
Benson, Cockermouth BIRCH, WILLIAM, Butcher, Leytonstone. Aug 12. Walker & Battiscombe, SIBLEY, GEORGE FREDERICK, Palmer's green, Middlesex. Aug 25. Thompson & Basingball st
Son, Devereux chbrs BOCOCK, WILLIAM WINKS, Sale, Chester, Gent. Aug 81. Barrow & Smith, SMITH, SAMUEL, Eaton, Norwich, Gent. Aug 27. Miller & Co, Norwich
Manchester BURRows: Isaac, Levenshulme, Lancaster, Linen Merchant. Aug 1. Barrow & SPITTA, FRANCIS JOHH, Homerton. Aug 31. Harding, Westminster chambers CAISTER, WILLIAM, Boston, Lincoln, Maltster. Sept 5. Staniland, Boston
WESTON, SARAH, Lausanne, Switzerland. Aug 31. Sharpe & Co, New ct
YATES, THOMAS, Manchester. Aug 19. Heywood & Son, Manchester
STAMMERERS and STUTTERERS should read a little books by Mr.-B. GUSH, ALFRED GEORGE, St Leonard's on Sea, Pawabroker and Jeweller, Aug 27.
BEASLEY, Baron's Court House, West Kensington, London, price 13 stamps. The Gush & Co, Finsbury circus
Author, after suffering nearly 40 years, cured himself by a method entirely his own.-[ADVT.)
WRIGHT, WILLIAM WALDON, Great Yarmouth, Bricklayer. Great Yarmouth. BANKRUPTCY NOTICES.
Pet July 12. Ord July 12
The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of July 5.
June 30. Ord June 30
BATE, WILLIAM LUKE, Totnes, Devon. July 22 at 11. 18, Frankfort street, Ord July 13
"Plymouth BAINES, WILLIAM HENRY, Nottingham, Grocer. Nottingham. Pet July 11. BATES, GEORGE, Wolverhampton, Fishmonger. July 26 at 11.30. Off Rec, St Ord July 11
Peter's close, Wolverhampton BASTOW, THOMAS WILLIAM, South Brent, Devon, Carrier. East Stonehouse. BEILBY, JAMES, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, Gilder, July 22 at 11. Off Pet July 13. Ord July 18
Rec, 17, Hertford st, Coventry BEACH & MINTE, Birmingham, Merchants. Birmingham. Pet June 30. Ord BELLINGHAM, JOHN, Savoy bldgs, Strand, Traveller. July 22 at 12. 33, Carey July 12
st, Lincoln's inn BIDDER, HENRY, Pembroke Dock, Grocer. Pembroke Dock. Pet July 11. Ord BRIERLEY, JOHN THOMAS, Oldham, Aecountant. July 25 at 3. Off Rec, Priory July 11
chbrs, Union et, Oldham BOWMAN, WILLIAM, Little Driffield, Yorks, Gardener. Kingston upon Hull. CHALICE, RICHARD DAVID, Plymouth, Painter. July 22 at 12. 18, Frankfort st, Pet July 11. _Ord July 11
Iron Manufacturers. July 25 at 10.30. Off Rec, Dudley
COOPER, F., & Co., Queen Victoria st. July 22 at 11. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portu
gal st, Lincoln's inn BATES, GEORGE, Wolverhampton, Fishmonger. Wolverhampton. Pet July 11. Ord July 11
COOPER, JOHN, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, Lace Manufacturer. July 23 at 3. BROOKS, JAMES, Tiddington, Oxford, Farrier. Aylesbury. Pet July 13. Ord
Flying Horse Hotel, Nottingham July 13
CRUTE, STEPHEN, West Kirby, Cheshire, Slater. July 26 at 12, Off Rec, 33, CLEGG, HARRIET, and CHARLES THOMAS CLEGG, Dewsbury, Yorks, Wool Dealers.
Victoria st, Liverpool Dewsbury. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
CULSHAW, JOHN, Burscough, dr Ormskirk, Farmer. July 25 at 3. Off Rec, 35, CLUTTERBUCK, ENOCH WYATT, Newport, Mon, Commercial Traveller. Trede- DAVIS, EDWARD HENRY, Bristol, Accountant. July 23 at 12. Off Rec, Bank gar. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
chbrs, Bristol CCOPER, JOHN, Long Eaton, Derby, Lace Manufacturer. Derby. Pet June 28. Ord July 12
DUKE, ALFRED, Ebenezer bldgs, Rotherfield st, Fruiterer. July 22 at 12. 33,
Carey st, Lincoln's inn
EVANS, THOMAS, Swansea, Draper. July 25 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rutland st,
Swansea CURTIS, RICHARD, Aldersgate st, Builder. High Court. Pet April 15. Ord FOGARTY, MICHAEL, Stoneycroft, Lancs, Builder. July 26 at 2. Off Rec, 35, July 12
Victoria st, Liverpool DAVIS, EDWARD HENRY, Bristol, Accountant. Bristol. Pet July 11.
Ord July 12
GARDNER, ROBERT, Gt Baddow, Essex, Poultry Dealer. July 25 at 10.15. Shire
hall, Chelmsford EDIS, THOMAS WYATT, Newhaven, Sussex, Builder. Lewes and Eastbourne. GIBB, WILLIAM, Manchester, Wine Merchant. July 25 at 11.30. Off Rec, Og. Ord July 12
den's chbrs, Bridgest, Manchester EVANS, THOMAS, Swansea, Draper. Swansea. Pet July 11. Ord July 11
HAMER, HENRY, Carnarvon, out of business. July 22 at 2.30. Off Rec, Crypt . FOGARTY, MICHAEL, Stoneycroft, Lancs, Builder. Liverpool. Pet Suly 11. Ord chbrs, Chester July 11
HEATON, JOHN (sep estate), Cullingworth, Woolsorter. July 22 at 11.30. Off Fox, W G, Moreton ter, Belgrave rd, Pimlico. High Court. Pet May 25. Ord Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford July 13
HIGGINS, HOWARD, Tipton, Staffs, Painter. July 25 at 10. Off Rec, Dudley GALE, GEORGE, Tredegar, Mon, Butcher. Tredegar. Pet July 12. Ord July 12 HOPKINS, ELIZA, Henbury, Glouces, Widow. July 27 at 3.20. Off Rec, Bank GAUNT, WILLIAM, Bradford, Commission Agent. Bradford. Pet July 13. Ord
ch brs, Bristol July 13
JACKSON, JOHN, Nottingham, Architect. July 22 at 11. Off Rec, 1, High paveHOPKINS, ELIZA, Hanbury, Gloucester, Widow. Bristol, Pet July 11. Oru ment, Nottingham July 11
JACOBSKOTTER, WILLIAM, Toxteth pk, Lancs, Mercantile Manager. July 26 at 1. JACOB, ERNEST AUGUSTUS, Butleigh, Somerset, out of business. Wells. Pet Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool July 11. Oid July 11
JAMES, BENJAMIN, Llanwrda, carmarthenshire, Innkeeper. July 22 at 3. Off JAMES, BENJAMIN, Llansadwrn Llanwrda, Carmarthen, Innkeeper. Carmarthen.
Rec, 11, Quay st, Carmarthen Pet July 12. Ord July 12
KERSHAW, THOMAS, Gomersall, Yorks, Mechanic. July 22 at 3. Off Rec, Bank JENNINGS, JOHN, Ewell rd, Surbiton, Watchmaker. Kingston, Surrey. Pet
chbrs, Batley July 12. Ord July 12
LEWIS, EDWIN CHARLES. Bath, Accountant. July 27 at 11.45. HR Moore, High JOHNSON, FRANCIS, Leeds, Plumber. Leeds. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
Bailiff, County ct, York st, Bath KERSHAW, THOMAS, Gomersall, Yorks, Mechanic. Dewsbury. Pet July 11. Ord
LINTOTT, JABEZ JAMES, address unknown, Bootmaker. July 22 at 11. 33, Caray July 11
st, Lincoln's inn KING, JOHN CHARLES, Amersham, Buckingham, Draper. Aylesbury. Pet July
MACKREIL, CHARLES ARTHUR, High st, South Norwood, Licensed Vict ialler.
July 25 at 3. 109, Victoria st, Westminster LEE, FAULKNER, Devonshire st, Gt Portland st, Surveyor. High Court. Pet MANGNALL, WILLIAM. Manchester, Architect. July 25 at 11. Of Rec, Ogden's July 11. Pet July 11
chbrs, Bridge st. Manchester MAGUB, ROBERT WILLIAM, Cannon st rd, St George in the East, Licensed
MANN, HENRY ALBISTON, Grantham, Lincolnshire, Seed Merchant. July 22 at 12. Victualler. High Court. Pet July 13. Ord July 12
Off Rec, 1, High pavement, Nottingham MANWARING, GEORGE FREDERICK, Chatham, Commercial Traveller. Rochester.
MEADOWS, ANDREW MILES. Kirby Bellars, Leicestershire, Farmer. July 25 at 12.30 Pet July 12. Ord July 12
28, Friar Jade, Leicester MEADOWS, ANDREW MILES, Kirby Bellars, Leicester, Farmer. Leicester. Pet
NOBLET, THOMAS, Hanley, Staffordshire. July 23 at 10. Off Rec, Newcastle July 9
under Lyme Oid July 11 MITCHELL, THOMAS, Oldham, Lancs, Architect. Manchester. Pet July 12. Ord
NOTT, ROBERT, Nether Knutsford, Cheshire, Grocer. July 25 at 12. Off Rec, July 12
Ogden's chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester MOLE, ISAAC, Colchester, Boot Maker. Colchester. Pet July 13. Ord July 13
OTTER, FRED, Leeds, Tailor. July 25 at 11. Off Rec, 22, Park row, Lee is MORRIS, THOMAS, Monmouth, Grocer. Newport, Mon.
PARKER, ROBERT CLINCE, Macclesfield, Grocer. July 25 at 12. Off Rec, 23, King Pet July 12, Ord
Edward st, Macclesfield MOSES, JOHN, jun, Hebden Bridge, Yorks, Mason. Burnley. Pet July 13. Ord
PETERS, DAVID, Preston, Sussex, Gardener. July 25 at 12. Off Rec, Pavilion
bldgs, Brighton Nort, ROBERT, Nether Knutsford, Cheshire, Grocer. Manchester. Pet July 11.
PLATT, SAMUEL, Silverdale, Staffs, Beerhouse Keeper. July 26 at 10. Off Rec, Ord July 11
Newcastle under Lyme OWEN, MAURICE WILLIAMS LLOYD, Haverfordwest, Esq. Pembroke Dock. Pet BIDLOW, ANN, Over Hulton, nr Bolton, Milliner. July 26 at 11.30. 16, Wood st, July 12. Ord July 12
Bolton PARKER, ROBERT CLINCE, Macclesfield, Grocer. Macclesfield. Pet July 13. Ord SOUTHWELL, WILLIAM, and THOMAS SOUTHWELL, Todmorden, Lancs, Farmers.
July 22 at 3.30. Queen's Hotel, Todmorden PETERS, DAVID, Preston, Sussex, Gardener. Brighton. Pet July 11. Ord July 11 SYKES, JAMES (sep estate), Bradford, Grocer. July 22 at 11.15. Off Rec, 31, PIGOT, JOSEPH, Monnery rd, Junction rd, no occupation. High Court. Pet
Manor row, Bradford July 12. Ord July 12
SYKES, JAMES, and JOHN HEATON, Bradford, Grocers. July 22 at 11. Off Rec, ROBERTS, JOSEPH, Pembroke Dock, Fancy Dealer. Pembroke Dock. Pet July
31, Manor row, Bradford
TOWNSEND, GEORGE HENRY, Carmarthen, Woollen Manufacturer. July 22 at 11. SIDLOW, ANN, 8t Helen's rd, Over Hulton, near Bolton, Milliner. Bolton. Pet
Off Rec, 11, Quay st, Carmarthen July 12. Ord July 12
VOCE, JOSEPH CHARLES, Bristol, Baker. July 28 at 12.30. Off Rec, Bank chbrs, SMITH, J. LIONEL, Carlyle sq, Middlesex, Gent. High Court. Pet June 25. Ord
WILLIAMS, FRANCIS EDWARD, Salisbury, Grocer. July 25 at 3. Off Rec, Salisbury STEATHAM, JOSEPH, Wednesbury, Staffs, Gun Lock Manufacturer. Walsall. Pet July 12, Ord July 12
ADJUDICATIONS. TAYLOR, JOSEPH WILSON, Leeds, Earthenware Manufacturer. Leeds. Pet July BATES, GEORGE, Wolverhampton, Fishmonger. Wolverhampton. Pet July 11.
Ord July 11 TODD, EDWARD, Kendal, Westmoreland, Furniture Remover. Kendal. Pet June BOWMAN, WILLIAM, Little Driffield, Yorks, Gardener. Kingston upon Hull.
Pet July 11. Ord July 11 TOMMY, HENRY, Wem, Salop, Builder. Shrewsbury. Pet July 8. Ord July 8
CASHMORE, STEPHEN, West Bromwich, Licensed Victualler. Oldbury. Pet July VOCE, JOSEPH CHARLES, Bristol, Baker. Bristol. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
7. Ord July 12 WEINGOLD, SAMUEL HYAM, and LEVY, MAURICE, Manchester, Jewellers. Man
CLEGG, HARRIETT, and CHARLES THOMAS CLEGG, Dewsbury, Yorks, Wool chester. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
Dealers. Dewsbury. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
CLIFFE, WILLIAM HENRY, jun, Daybrook, Nottinghamshire, Lace Manufacturer. WILLIAMS, ARTHUR, jun, Paul, Cornwall, Fisherman. Truro. Pet July 13. Ord Nottingham. Pet June 24. Pet July 11
CLUTTERBUCK, ENOCH WYATT, Newport, Mon, Commercial Traveller. Tredegar. WILLIAMS, FRANCIS EDWARD, Salisbury, Grocer. Salisbury. Pet July 11. Ord
Pet July 12. Ord July 12 July 11
COULTHARD, RICHARD, Fenchurch at, no occupation. High Court. Pet July 7. WILLIAMS, FRANCES, Kingston-upon-Hull, Fruit Dealer. Kingston-upon-Hull.
Ord July 13
CULSHAW, JOHN, Burscough, nr Ormskirk, Farmer. Liverpool. Pet June 27. WILLIS, GEORGE, Askew cres, Askew rd, Shepherd's Bush. High Court. Pet
Ord July 13
GALE, W. F., Liverpool, Olerk. Liverpool. Pet June 8. Ord July 12 WINTERBURN, THOMAS, Bradford, Yorks, Dyer. Bradford. Pet July 18. Ord GAUNT, WILLIAM, Bradford, Commission Agent. Bradford. Pet July 13. Ord
GIBB, WILLIAM, Manchester, Wine Merchant. Manchester. Pet June 20. Ord EVANS, John, Swansea, Licensed Victualler. Swansea. Pet July 14. Ord July 12
July 14 GRAY, THOMAS HENRY, Great Yarmouth, Corn Merchant. Great Yarmouth.
FEATHERSTONE. MORRIS, Holme-on-Spalding Moor, Yorks, Farmer. Kingston Pet July 4, Ord July 11
upon Hull. Pet July 1. Ord July 15 HAMER, HENRY, Carnarvon, out of business. Bangor. Pet June 22. Ord July 12
FORD, CHARLES, Horsley, nr Nailsworth, Gloucester, Farmer. Gloucester. Pet HEMMINGS, WILLIAM ISAAC, Bicester, Licensed Victualler. Oxford. Pet June July 5. Ord July 16 29. Ord July 9
FREEMAN, WILLIAM CHARLES, Leadenhall st, General Merchant. High Court. HIGGINS, HOWARD, Tipton, Painter. Dudley. Pet July 5. Ord July 11
Pet July 14. Ord July 14 HUNT, ROBERT, Charles st, St James, Gent. High Court. Pet April 6. Ord FULLER, WILLIAM STEPHEN, Worthing, Sussex, Coachbuilder. Brighton. Pet July 13
July 15. Ord July 15 JAMES, BENJAMIN, Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, Innkeeper. Varmarthen. Pet
GILL, GEORGE FREDERICK, Spencer st, Limehouse, Timber Merchant. High July 12. Ord July 12
Court. Pet July 14. Ord July 14 JOHNSON, FRANCIS, Leeds, Plumber. Leeds. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
GWYNN, WILLIAM, Crispin st, Spitalfields, Coal Dealer. High Court. Pet July JONES, THOMAS CUTLER, JAMES OTIS DE WOLFE, and HAROLD BOYD JONES, 15. Ord July 15
Ord KERSHAW, THOMAS, Gomersal, Yorks, Mechanic. Dewsbury. Pet July 11. Ord HARKER, JOHN JAMES, Liverpool, Importer. Liverpool. Pet May 27. July 13
HARRISON, W.J., Waterloo rd, Milk Can Maker. High Court, Pet June 28. Ord MAGUB, ROBERT WILLIAM, Cannon st rd, St George's in the East, Licensed Vic
July 16 tualler. High Court. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
HAYWARD, WILLIAM, Christchurch, Hants, Watchmaker. Poole. Pet July 16 MANN, WILLIAM EDWARD, GEORGE STOGDALE, and HENRY LISTER, Adelaide, Ord July 16
South Australia, Merchants, High Court. Pet June 8. Ord July 13. HITCH, EVAN CAMERON, Billiter st, Engineer. High Court. Pet June 27. Ord MANN, HENRY ALBISTON, Grantham, Seed Merchant. Notringham. Pet July 6. July 16 Ord July 11
HOBSON, HORACE, Sheffield, Painter. Sheffield. Pet July 13. Ord July 15 MANWARING, GEORGE FREDERICK, Chatham, Commercial Traveller. Rochester.
HOGBEN, THOMAS, Hawkinge, nr Folkstone, Veterinary Surgeon. Canterbury. Pet July 12. Ord July 12
Pet July 16. Ord July 16 MITCHELL, THOMAS, Oldham, Architect. Manchester. Pet July 12. Ord July 12 HOWLETT, THOMAS WILLIAM, Birmingham, Hatter. Birmingham. Pet July 14. NOBLET. THOMAS, Hanley. Hanley, Burslem, and Tunstall. Pet June 20. Ord HOY, WALTER, Romford rd, Forest Gate, Nurseryman. High Court. Pet July July 13
16. Ord July 16 NOTT, ROBERT, Nether Knutsford, Cheshire, Grocer. Manchester. Pet July 11.
IVES, GEORGE, New Scarborough, nr Wakefield, Grease Manufacturer. WakoOrd July 11 PHILLIPS, BENJAMIN, Merthyr Tydfil, China Dealer. Merthyr Tydfil. Pet June
field. Pet July 14. Ord July 14 24. "Ord July 13
JOHNSON, GEORGE, High st, Godalming, Chemist. Guildford and Godalming.
Pet July 14. Ord July 14
LAUNDON, JOHN EADY, Kibworth Beauchamp, Leicestershire, Butcher. Leicester.
Pet July 16. Ord July 16 REDMAN, CHARLES, Deal, out of business. Canterbury. Pet June 8. Ord LYON, CHARLES E, residence unknown. High Court. Pet June 23. Ord July 15
July 9 RICHARDSON, EDWIN, and HARRY PETERS, West Bromwich, Egg Merchants. LYONS, SAMUEL, Crewe, Fitter. Nantwich and Crewe. Pet July 14. Ord July 14 Oldbury. Pet July 4. Ord July 12
MOLYNEAUX, JOHN, Chorley, Lancashire, Licensed Victualler. Bolton. Pet SCOTT, ANNIE C, Wakehurst rd, Northcote rd, Wandsworth. Wandsworth. July 16. Ord July 16 Pet May 26. Ord July 11
NELSON, WILLAM, Kirkdale, Liverpool, Engineer's Assistant.: Liverpool. Pet SCOTT, A G, Copthall chbrs, Stockbroker. High Court. Pet June 8. Ord
July 16. Ord July 16
PARSONS, WILLIAM, Buckingham st, Strand, Ironmonger. High Court. Pet July 13
July 16. Ord July 16 SHENNAN, ALEXANDER, Taunton, Draper. Taunton. Pet June 11, Ord July 12 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM DANIEL, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, Corn Merchant. CarSIDLOW, ANN, Over Hulton, nr Bolton, Milliner. Bolton, Pet July 12. Ord marthen, Pet July 15. Ord July 15 July 12
PRIDDIS, MATILDA, and FRANCES GODWIN, Winchester, Bootmakers. Win
chester. Pet July 16. Ord July 16 SMITH, WILLIAM Cook, Church, nr Accrington, Engraver. Back burn. Pet June 17. Ord July 11
RILEY, EDWARD, Rawtenstall, Lancashire, Smallware Dealer. Blackburn. Pet
July 15. Ord July 15 STEATHAM, JOSEPH, Wednesbury, Stafford, Gun Lock Manufacturer. Walsall,
ROYCE, WILLIAM, Birch, Essex, Miller. Colchester. Pet July 14. Ord July 14 Pet July 12. Ord July 12 TAYLOR, GEORGE, Marlee ter, Landor rd, Stockwell. High Court. Pet May 4.
SHAW, SAMUEL, Heaton Norris, Lancashire, Coal Merchant. Stockport. Pet
July 14. Órd July 14 Ord July 13 TAYLOR, JOSEPH WILSON, Leeds, Earthenware Manufacturer. Leeds. Pet July SIDEY, JAMES, Ashford, Plasterer. Canterbury. Pet July 13. Ord July 13 12 Ord July 12
TAUNTON, WILLIAM, Bristol, Plumber. Bristol. Pet July 16. Ord July 15 THOMPSON, JAMES, Silloth, Cumberland, Hotel Keeper. Carlisle. Pet July 9.
Ord Ord July 13
TAYLOR, HERBERT, Mark lane, Merchant. High Court. Pet July 14.
TORKINGTON, ALFRED, Rhyl, Flintshire, Builder. Bangor. Pet July 5. Ord WALTON, SAMUEL, Manchester, Spinner. Manchester. Pet Aug 7, 1886. Ord
July 15 July 12
TREMELLEN, CAROLINE, Liskeard, Cornwall, Grocer. East Stonehouse. Pet July WHITHAM, JOSEPH, Manchester, Galvanizer. Manchester. Pet June 13. Ord
14. Ord July 14 July 12
WARWICK, SAMUEL, Bedworth, Warwickshire, Innkeeper. Coventry. Pet July WILLIAMS, ARTHUR, jun, Paul, Cornwall, Fisherman. Truro. Pet July 13. Ord 14. Ord July 14 July 14
WHITTAKER, THOMAS, Heanor, Derbyshire, Builder. Derby. Pet July 15. Ord WILLIAMS, FRANCES, Kingston upon Hull, Fruit Dealer. Kingston upon Hull. July 15
Pet July 11. Ord July 11
WILDING, HENRY AMBLER, Frederick st, Gray's inn rd, a Olerk. High Court.
Pet June 9, Ord July 14
WITHERS, JAMES, Cheddar, Somersetshire, Cropper. Wells. Pet July 16. Ord July 11
The following Amended Notice is substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of July 5.
LAING. JOSEPH, Stapenhill, Derbyshire, Drug Keeper. Burton on Trent. Pet
June 29. Ord June 30
coln's inn PICKUP, ABRAHAM RICHARDSON, Huddersfield, Tobacconist. Huddersfield. Pet
BAILEY, ARTHUR MARTIN, Southampton, Builder, July 26 at 2. Off Rec, East June 30. Ord June 30
BASTOW, THOMAS WILLIAM, South Brent, Devon, Carrier. July 27 at 11. 18,
Frankfort st, Plymouth
BIDDER, HENRY, Pembroke Dock, Grocer. July 28 at 11. Off Rec, 11, Quay st,
Carmarthen ABBOTT, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Pilton, Devon, Paper Maker. Barnstaple. Pet July BRIZELL, John, jun, Liverpool, Veterinary Surgeon. July 27 at 2. Off Rec, 35, AINSLEY, WILLIAM, Willington, Durham, Draper. Durham. Pet July 2. Ord
Victoria st, Liverpool July 16
BURN, RICHARD, Liverpool, Shipbroker. July 29 at 2. Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, ATKINS, JAMES, Birkenhead, Licensed Victualler. Birkenhead. Pet July 14,
Liverpool Ord July 16
CASHMORE, STEPHEN, West Bromwich, Licensed Victualler. Aug 8 at 10.45. AUBERT, WILLIAM, Maiden lane, Strand, Printer. High Court. Pet July 15, County Court, Oldbury
Ord July 15
CHANDLER, HENRY EDWARD HYDE, Blandford st, Portman sq, Licensed Vic
tualler. July 27 at 12. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn Pet July 15. Ord July 15 BEESLEY, Joix, Reading, Upholsterer. Reading. Pet July 13. Ord July 13
CLEGG, HARRIET, and CHARLES THOMAS CLEGG, Dewsbury, Yorks, Wool
Dealers. July 26 at 3. Off Rec, Bank chambers, Bailey BENSON, ALFRED, King's Head ct, Shoe lane, Publican. High Court. Ord July 2 CLEGHORN, DAVID MENZIES, and WILLIAM ROBSON CLEGHORN, Liverpool, IronBRINKWORTH, ROBERT MESSITER, Bath, Corn Merchant. Bath. Ptt July 16. founders. July 29 at 1. Off Reo, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool Ord July 16
COLLINS, JANES CHUMA, Tamworth, Warwickshire, out of employment. July 27 BROOM, GEORGE, Wilmer gdns, Hoxton st, Hoxton, Timber Merchant. High
at 11. 25, Colmore row, Birmingham Court. Pet July 13. Ord July 13
Cox, WL H, St Martin's le Grand, Clerk. July 17 at 11. Bankruptcy bldgs, BURNETT, JOHN, West Melton, nr Rotherham, Provision Merchant. Sheffield. Portugal st, Lincoln's inn ffelds Pet July 14. Ord July 14
CRIDGE, JOHN RICHARD, Torquay, Hotel Proprietor. July 28 at 11. Castle of CARELESS, RICHARD. Chipping Campden, Glouces, Commission Agent. Banbury.
Exeter, Exeter Pet July 16. Ord July 16 CHESTERTON, ALBERT, Openshaw, nr Manchester, Watchmaker. Nottingham. Elliott, E B, Loughborough pk. July 28 at 11. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn,
CRISP, JOHN, Stockton on Tees, Commission Agent. Aug 2 at 11. Off Rec, 8, COWPER, WILIAM, Campsali, Yorks, Builder. Sheffield. Pet July 14, Ord ELLISON, WILLIAM, North Shields, Grocer. July 30 at 11. Off Ree, Pink lane,
Newcastle on Tyne
EVANS, JOHN, Swansea, Licensed Virtualler. July 37 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rutland