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June 28.-Messrs. DRIVER & Co., at the Mart, at 2 pm., Cook, William Henry, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Batchor. Pet Jung Freebold Estate (ne advertisement, June 11, p. 13).
15. Tennant. Hanley, July 1 at 11. June 28.-Messrs. 'FAREBROTAER, ELLIS, CLARK, '& Co., at | Hardy, James Henry, Sheffield, Tailor. Pet June 18. Wake. Shef
field, July 6 at 1. the Mart, at 2 p.m., Leasehold Property (see advertisement, Hobbs, James, Dawlish, Butcher. Pet June 17. Daw. Exeter, June 11, p. 14).
July 2 at 12. June 28. -Messre. E. & H. LUMLEY, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Jones, Thomas, Cardiff, Builder. Pet June 17. Langley. Cardiff, Freebold Property (see advertisement, June 18, p. 5).
July 1 at 12.30. June 29.-Messrs. FARRHROTHER, ELLIS, CLARK, & Co., at
Mather, Margaret Graham, Carlisle, Innkeeper. Pet June 16. Hul.
ton. Carlisle, July 4 at il. the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freebold Estates and Leasehold Prop
Parry, Leonard, Denbigh, Licensed Innkeeper. Pet June 15. erty (see advertisement, tbis work, p. 6).
Vaughan Williams. Wrexham, July 4 at 11.30. June 29.-Meesrs. PRIOR & NEWBON, at the Mart, at 1 for 2 Smith, Thomas, Glossop, Derby, out of business. Pet June 16.
p.m., Freebold Estatte (see alveriinement, May 28, p. 4). Hall. Ashton-under-Lyne, July 14 at 11. June 29.-Messrs. ROOBRS, CHAPMAN, & Thomas, at the Wood, Henry, Eastbourne, Sussex. Pet June 17. Blaker, EastMart, at 2 p.m., Leasehold Property (see advertisement, June
bourne, July 1 at 12.
BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. June 30. -Mesere. BEADEL & Co., at the Mart, Freehold Estate
TCESDAY, June 17, 1881. (see advertisement, June 11, p. 7).
| Thomas, William, Liverpool, Joiner. June 11. June 30.-Messrs, FAKEBROTHER, ELLIS, CLARK, & Co., et
Liquidations by Arrangement. Thornton Heatb, at 6 p.m., Freehold Building Land (see advertisement, June 11, p. 15).
FIRST MEETINGS OF CREDITORS.
FRIDAY, June 17, 1881. July 1.-Mosors, NORTON, TRIST, WATNEY, & Co., at the
Amies, Joseph, Carshalton, Surrey, Paper Mill Foreman. June 30 Mart, Freehold Estate and Pruperty (see advertiseweat, June
at 3 at 31, Borough High-8t, Southwark, Arnold 11, p. 18).
Atkins, Charles, Skilgate, Somerset, Boot Maker. June 24 at 11 at
12, Paul-st, Taunton, Reed and Cook Bailey, James, Exeter, Wine Merchant. June 29 at 11 at Craven
Hotel, Craven-st, Strand. Paul, Ilminster BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Barnes, John, Maryport, Cumberland, Block Maker. June 3) at 3
at Coffee Tavern, Irish-st, Maryport. Tyson and Hobson, Mary. BIRTHS.
Beardsall, Francis Knowles, Barnsley, York, Colliery Stores Agent, BLAKBR.-June 12, at Milverton, Warwickshire, tbe wife of July 1 at 2 at offices of Parker and Hickmott, 1, Regent-st, Barnsley Charles Isaacan Blaker, of Leamington, solicitor, of a con. Bikker, Charles Hay Traise, Wolverhampton, Wine Merchant. June
30 at 12 at Midland Hotel, New-st, Birmingham, Gatis, WolverGREGON.-June 1, at The Sbrubbery, Oxford, the wife of
hampton Frederic Gregsod, of Rochford, Essex, solicitor, of a
Brown, Joseph John, Islip, Oxford, Draper. June 30 at 12 at Town daughter.
Clerk's office, Townhall, Oxford. Bickerton Pearson.—June 20, at 18. India-street, Edinburgb, the wife Buckley, John, Glasshouse-st, Vauxhall, Saw Mill Proprietor. July of C. J. Pearson, M.A., Oxon., advocate, of a son.
12 at 3 at Inng of Court Hotel, High Ho.born. Lewis and Lewis, RICHARDSON.- June 12, at 7, lóvert ese-gardens, Kensington, Ely-st, Holborn the wife of C. Gainer Richardson, jun., barrister-at-law, of a
Carr, Francis Bennoch, Wood-st, Cheapside, Silk Agent. July 4 at BOD, stillborn.
2 at offices of Phelps and Co, 18, Gresham-st
Chapman, John, Selsdon-rd, Croydon, Laundryman. July 11 at 3 SONEREN. - June 21, at Mill-bill, Hendon, the wife of Godlier
at 92, North End, Croydon, Young G. B. van Sumert n. of Radgonin, barrister-at-law, of a son. Clarkson, William, Gloucester-rd, Holloway, Builder. June 30 at ? WADE.-- June 13, at 93, Cambridge-garden, Notting-hill, the at offices of Dalton and Jessett, Clement's-lane, Lombard-st wite of Claude Fitzroy Wade, harrister-at-law, of a daughter. | Cliffo, Adam, St. Helens, Lancaster, Chemical Labourer. July 5 at MARRIAGE.
3 at 8, Hardshaw-st, St. Heleng. Riley JONES- WILLIAMS. -- June 21, ai the parish cburch, Whitford,
| Colbeck, John, Liversedge, York, Currier June 29 at 11 at offices · Flintshire, Jobo Robert Juber, a. lioi tor, Bula, to Anne Jane,
of Clough, Railway-st, Cleckheaton
Cultas, John William, Kingston-upon-Hull, Provision Merchant. second daughter of Robert Williams, Tyddyn Ucha.
July 1 at 3 at offices of Summers, 2, Manor-st, Kingston-upon-Hull DEATHS.
Davies, Thomas, Dudley, Worcester, Grocer. e 29 at 11 at offices COCKCROFT.-June 6, at Brock lobirst, Dumfries-shire, Lonsdale of Coldicott and Co, 259, Castlo-st, Dudley
Maving Cockcroft. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, solicitor, and Day, David, Oxford, Nurseryman. July 12 at 12 at Ship Hotel, Coroner for Siurb Northumberland, Aked 54."
High-st, Oxford. Whitfield" FOSTER - May 31, at Oakage, Greenhi l-road, Allorton, near
Deaville, Jabez, Stockport, Chester, Candle Wick Manufacturer.
July 5 at 3 at King-street, Manchester. Lowndes Liverpool, William Foster, solicitor, aged 83.
Dixon, George, Leeds, Grocer. June 30 at 3 at offices of Lodge and
Rhodes, 3, Park-row, Leeds
at 2 at offices of Emmott, 11, Germyn-st
Clerk. July 7 at 3 at offices of Lawrance & Co, 14, Old Jewry,
Flather, Abraham, Bradford, York, out of business. June 21 at 3
at Odd Fellows' Hall, Thornton-rd, Bradford Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
Flint, Leonard Robinson, York, Builders' Merchant. June 29 at 13 Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. at Imperial Hotel, Kingston-upon-Hull. Peters, York To Surrender in London.
Fox, John, Leicester, Grocer. June 29 at 3 at offices of Jaques, Grove, John, Quern st, Cheapside, Solicitor, Pet June 16.
Temple-row, Birmingham Hazlitt. June 28 at 11
Gardiner, Henry, Gt George-st, East-rd, Wood Turner. June 29 at
10 at offices of Chapman, London-wall To Surrender in the Country.
Gresham, Frederick, Shefford, Bedford, Tanner. June 29 at 3 aš Morris, Charles, Faldingworth, Lincoln, Farmer. Pet June 13.
offices of Lawrance and Co, Old Jewry-chambers Upploby. Lincoln, June 29 at 12
Hammond, Robert, Gateshead, Durbam, Tailor. July 1 at 9 at Norton, George Edmund, Shaftesbury, Dorset, Shopkeeper. Pet
offices of Weston and Postlethwait, Park-row, Leeds June 13. Wilson Salisbury, July 1 at 3
Hancocks, Oliver, Birmingham, Butcher. June 27 at 3 at offices of
Barker, Sherrard-st, Menon Mowbray
Hunt. John, Hove. Sussex, Coal Hawker. July 4 at 2 at offices of Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.
Buckwell, Ship-st, Brighton
Jackson, Joseph Bulmer, Guiseley, York, Painter. July 4 at 3 at
offices of Malcom, Park-row, Leeds Baindoky, Elias, Bishopsgate st, Merchant. Pet June 14. Murray.
Johnson, John, Amcotts, Lincoln, Threshing Machine Owner. July 1 at 1)
June 29 at 12.30 at offices of Sowter, Brigg Kiloh, Ralph, Lincoln st, Bow, Draper. Pet June 18. Hazlitt. Johnson, Thomas, Banbury, Oxford, Grocer. July 1 at 11 at offices July 6 at 12.30
of Tayton, Bridge-st, Banbury King. John Bartholomew, Upper st, Islington, Watchmaker. Pet Jones, John, Aberystwith, Cardigan, Tea Dealer. June 21 at Mer Juno 17. Pepys July 6 at 11
chants' Association, Broad-et, Bristol, in lieu of the place origiNelson, Thomas Marsh, Comeragh rd, West Kensington, Architect. nally named l'ct June 16. Hazlitt. July 6 at 11
Joncs, Thomas, Bristol, Brower. July 1 at 12 at offices of Broad, Sollier, Charles, Ethelburga house, Bishopsgate st, Wine Merchant.
Small-street, Bristol Pet June 17. Pepyn, July 6 at 12
Judge, William Henry, Gt Tower-st, Tea Broker, June 28 at 3 at Wagner, Henry Robert, James st, Pimlico, Builder. Pet June 17.
offices of Young and Sons, Mark-lane Pepys. July 6 at 12
Julip, Thomas, Ryton, Durham, Grocer. July 1 at 11 at offices of To Surrender in the Country. Bascall, John Bartor, Bristol, Furniture Manufacturer. Pet June
Koenlyside and Co, St John's-chmbrs, Grainger-st West, New
castle-upon-Tyne 18. Harley. Bristol, July 1 at 2.30 Cloator, John, Barrow-in-Farness, Contractor Pet June 18, Post.
Kay, Thomas, Tonge, nr Middleton, Lancaster, Small Ware Dealer. lethwaite, Barrow-ip-Furness, July 4 at 3
June 30 at's at Falstaff Hotel, 'Markot-pl, Manchester. Sims
Wetheringham, Alfred, Nottingham, Joiner and Builder, July 4 at
3 at offices of Belk, 7, Middle-pavement, Nottingham Williams, Edward, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Baker. July 1 at 11 at
offices of Arnold, Grosvenor-rd, Tunbridge Wells Williams, Henry Prescod, Castellam-rd, Maida-vale, Merchant. July
11 at 12 at offices of Van Sandau and Cumming, 13, King-st,
Cheapside Williams, Martha, Worcester, Box Manufacturer. July 1 at 3 at
offices of Allen and Beauchamp, 7, Sansome-pl Yoxhall, Richard, Manchester, Draper. July 1 at 3 at City Hotel, Long Millgate, Manchester. Walley, Manchester
TUESDAY, June 21, 1881. Alden, Edward Cox, Oxford, Stationer. July 12 at 12 at City Ter
minus Hotel, Cannon st. Mallam, Oxford Alder, William, Nailsworth, Gloucester, Bootmaker. July 4 at 3 at
offices of Witchell, Lansdown, Stroud Allan, John, Barnsley, York, Shopkeeper. July 7 at 3 at offices of
Dibb and Co, Regent st, Barnsley Allen, Charles, Driffield, Gloucester, Farmer. July 5 at 11 at King's
Head Hotel, Cirencester. Mallings and Co, Cirencester Armstrong, Henry, Newcastle on Tyne, Draper. July 4 at 3 at
offices of Macdonald, Mosley st, Newcastle on Tyne Bardsley, John, Oldham, Lancaster, Plumber, July 1 at 11 at offlces
of Buckley and Mattinson, Church lane, Oldham Baseley, Charles James, Verran rd, Balham, out of business. July
4 at 3 at offices of Lane, Gresham st Bottomley, Isaac, Marsden, nr Huddersfield, Grocer. July 4 at 3 at
Wholesale Traders' Association, King st, Huddersfield. Whitley Bowden, Joseph, Pendlebury, Lancaster, Draper, July 5 at 3 at
offices of Horner and Son, Clarence st, Manchester Brooks, Lemuel, Broadway, Wimbledon, Sadler. June 29 at 3 at
offices of Cannon, King st, Cheapside Bullock, Thomas, Fenton, Stafford, Contractor. June 30 at 11 at
offices of Adderley and Marfleet. Normacott rd, Longton Clark, John, Birmingham, Grocer. July 1 at 3 at offices of Jaques,
Temple row, Birmingham Clark, William Henry, Alveston, Gloucester, Smith. July 2 at 10.30
at offices of Johnson and Co, Archhouse chbrs, John st, Bristol Clarke. John, Sheffield, Machine Knife Maker's Manager. July 4 at
3 at Law Society's Rooms, Aldine ct, High st, Sheffield, Broomhead and Co, Sheffield Crane, William Henry, Streoneshalh villas, Lower Tooting, Stono
Mason, July 7 at 2 at 11, Ironmonger lane. Pullen, Basinghall
Kershaw, Benjamin, Leeds, Manufacturer. June 29 at 2.30 at offices
of Ford and Warren, Albion st, Leeds Kingston, Charles, Clifton, Bristol, Baker, June 30 at 12 at
offices of Benson and Carpenter, Bank chmbrs, Corn st Lipman. Charles, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer. June 30 at 3 at
Mason's-hall Tavern, Mason's-avenue, Basinghall st. Brett, Mincing lane Loughlin, Michael, Lambeth walk, Lambeth, Coal Dealer. June 28
at 3 at offices of Cooper, Lincoln's-inn-fields Mace, Charles, Pulham St Mary Magdalen, Norfolk, Grocer.
July 9 at 12 at officcs of Emerson, Rampant Horse st. Norwich Mathews, George, Hinder's-lane, Gloucester, Licensed Victualler.
June 23 at 2 at New Inn Hotel, Gloucester. Golding, Cinderford McKay, Cecilia Kelly, Burslem, Stafford, Milliner. June 28 at 11.30.
at Vine Hotel, Stafford Middleton, Harry Robert, Swannington, Norfolk, Blacksmith.
July 1 at 11.30 at offices of Chittock and Woods. Bank st, Norwich Miller, William, Moresby, Cumberland, Accountant. July 5 at 11 at
offices of Lumb and Howson, Queen st, Whitehaven Mills, Arthur Edmund, Birmingham, Upholsterer. June 30 at 3 at
offices of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Moore, William Henry, Hedresford, Stafford, Clothier. July 1 at
2 at the Queen's Hotel, Stephenson pl, Birmingham, Loxton, Walsall Morgan, George Jared, Walworth road, Newington, Grocer.
July 1 at 12 at offices of Eve, Devereux chmbrs, Temple Morris, Francis, Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, Farmer. July 4 at 2.30
at offices of Kite, East st, Taunton Nevett, Samuel, Ironbridge, Salop, Builder. June 30 at 12 at Shropshire Law Society, Talbot chmbrs, Shrewsbury. Phillips and Co, Shifnal O'Shaughnessy, Margaret Josephine, Aynhoe rd West, Kensington pk. June 24 at 3 at offices of Bordman and Co, Victoria House,
Trinity st, Southwark Pennington, William, Bideford, Devon, Brewer. June 29 at 12 at
offices of Smale, Bath House, Bideford Picton, Jonathan, Saint Clears Station, Carmarthen, Boot Maker. June 27 at 12.30 at offices of White, King st, Carmar
then Pidsley, Robert Skinner, Plymouth, Wine Merchant. June 29 at
11 at offices of Cleverton aad Son, Princess place chmbrs, Plymouth Piercy, George, Little Ouseburn, Yorks, Corn Merchant. June 30 at
11.30 at offices of Bateson and Hutchinson, Harrogate, York Place, Thomas Burnip, Leeds, Butcher. June 29 at 2 at offices of
Simpson and Burrell, Albion rd, Leeds Pritchard, George Beecroft, Morley, York, Cotton Doubler.
June 30' at 3 at offices of Scatcherd and Hopkins, Albion street, Leeds Roberts, Robert, Fourcrosses, Festiniog, Merioneth, Builder.
June 29 at 2.30 at Albion Hotel, Chester. Ellis, Fourcrosses Rudd, William, Amherst rd, Hackney, Baker. June 28 at 3 at offices
of Micklethwait, Red Lion sq, Holborn Sawyer, Richard John, Aston, near Birmingham, Newsagent
June 25 at 12 at offices of O'Connor, Bennett's hill, Birming* ham Sear, Ebenezer, the Pavement, Rye lane, Peckham, Grocer. July 4
at 3 at offices of Seal, Serjeant's inn, Fleet st Senior, Joseph, Carlinghow, Batley. York, Woollier. June 30 at 4
at offices of Wooller and Wooler, Exchange buildings, Batley Simpson, John, Keighley, York, Cabinet Maker. June 30 at 2 at
offices of Spencer and Clarkson, North st, Keighley Smith, John, Woodside. Dudley, Worcester, Licensed Victualler.
June 30 at 3 at offices of Addison, High st, Brierley hill Smith, Robert (George, Lee Kent. Trimming Manufacturer.
June 24 at 3 at offices of Bryant and Joseph, Finsbury pavement Smith, Thomas, and George Edwards Hammond, Central Market,
Smithfield, Salesmen, June 30 at 3 at offices of Crammond, Fleet
street Smith, Walter, Godalming, Surrey, Wheelwright. June 25 at 11 at
offices of Daintree and Co, Great Winchester st, buildings Stevens, Henry George, Theale, Berks, Tailor. July 1 at 3 at offices
of Brain, Friar st, Reading Stokes, William, Birmingham, Barman. June 30 at 3.30 at offices
of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Storm, Edmund, West Butterwick, Saddle Maker. July 5 at 11 at
offices of Plaskitt and Robbs, Silver st, Gainsborough Swabey, Edmund, Leeds, Commission' Agent. June 29 at 11 at
ofices of Dale, Albion st, Leeds Tandy, Charles, Walton Hill, Clent. Worcester, Farmer, June 23
at 3 at offices of Waldron, High st, Brierley Hill Taylor, Samuel, and Ferguson Robb, Birmingham, Wine and Spirit Dealers. June 29 at 11 at Gt Western Hotel, Birmingham. Lowe and Son, Birmingham Turnbull, George Pike, Harbottle, Northumberland, Licensed Victualler. June 29 at 3 at offices of Nicholson, Bridgo st, Mor
peth Usher, John James, Whitehaven, Cumberland, Hosier. July 4 at 2
at offices of Atter, New Lowther st, Whitehaven Virgin, Henry James, and Thomas James Bennett, Oxford, Dentists, July 7 at 12 at offices of Bickerton, Town Clerk's
office, Townhall, Oxford Wade, James Josiah, Barnack, Northampton, Saddler. June 30 at
11 at offices of Chapman, St Mary's st, Stamford Wagstaff, Charles Frederick, Bentley, near Doncaster, Corn Mer
chant. July 5 at 3 at 23, Borough High-st, Southwark. Fowler and Co Wairing, Joseph, Leeds, Slater. June 30 at 3 at offices of Hårrison,
17, East-parade, Leeds Wakefield, Cuthbert Winton, Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, Licensed
Victualler. June 30 at 11 at offices of Morris and Sons, Swan-hill, Shrewsbury atkins, James, Yardley, Worcester, Clerk, June 27 at 12 at offices of Jagger, 44, Cherry-st, Birmingham etherhead, Emile, York, Chemist. June 29 at 11 at offices of Robson, 23, Linthorpe.rd, Middlesporough
Cronk, George, New Park rd, Brixton Hill, Carmar. July 6 at 12 at
Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Shephard, College hill Dawson, George Wesley, East Dean, Gloucester, Grocer. July 1 at
3 at Ram Hotel, Southgate st, Gloucester. Long, Gloucester Davies, William Westmacott, Cardiff, Painter. July 1 at 12.30 at
offices of Parsons, High st, Bristol. Merrils and Son, Cardiff Easthope, Eliza, Cheltenham. July 13 at 12 at Clark, Regent st,
Cheltenham Elliott, William, and William Sunderland, Barnsley, Stonemasons
July 1 at 11 at offices of Gray, Eastgate, Barnsley Ellison, Henry, Swindon, Auctioneer. June 30 at 3 at offices of
Boodle, Albion bldgs, New Swindon Evans, Ellis, Dolgelly, Merioneth, Innkeeper. July 13 at 2 at Wynn.
stay Arms Hotel, Ruabon, Davies, Dolgelly Farr, Mercy, Bedford, Milliner, July 4 at 3 at George Hotel, Bed
ford. Lowe and Son Fletcher, John, Ruthin, Denbigh, Innkeeper. July 2 at 12 at Queen's
Hotel, Chester. Edwards, Ruthin Forsey, Samuel, Henlade, Rushton, Somerset, Butcher, July 2 at
11 at offices of Kite, East st, Taunton French, Thomas, Lewisham, Kent, Builder. June 30 at 11 at offices
of Hughes, Eastcheap Gay, John Charles, Richmond, Surrey, Grocer. July 6 at 12 at
offices of Haynes, Grecian chambers, Devereux ct, Temple Goodall, Ned Ermenie, Over Darwen, Lancaster, Wine Merchant.
July 6 at 12 at Old Bull Hotel, Blackburn. Hindle, Over Darwen Graham, Barker Pollard, Belper, Derby, Photographer. July 5 at 3
at offices of Hextall, Full st, Derby Green, Charles Edward, Gt Yarmouth, Painter. July 7 at 12 at
offices of Blake, Hall Quay chambers, Gt Yarmouth Green. William Thomas, Liverpool, out of business. July 7 at 3 at
offices of Taylor and Co, Cable st, Liverpool. Cleaver and Holden,
Liverpool Hammond, Robert, Gateshead, Durham, Tailor July 1 at offices of
Pybus, Post office chambers, St Nicholas sq, Newcastle on Tyne,
in lieu of the place originally named Hickman, Joseph, Market Drayton, Salop, Painter, July 4 at 11 at
offices of Pearson, Market Drayton Hill, Robert, Bradford, York, Glazier. July 4 at 3 at offices of
Moore, Hustlergate, Bradford Hogg, Thomas, Bideford, Devon, Chemist. July 6 at 1 at Grand
Hotel, Broud st, Bristol. Rooker and Bazeley, Bideford Holland, John Woodward, Belgrave, Leicester, Cabinet Maker.
July 4 at 3 at Belvoir st, Leicester. Wright Holmes, William, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grocer. July 11 at 2 at
offices of Brewis, Elsdon, and Co, Royal-arcade, Newcastle-upon
Tyne Holt, Howard William, and William Coxon, Nottingham, Joiners.
July 1 at 3 at offices of Bright, Town Club chmbrs, Wheeler.
gate, Nottingham Isherwood, William, Westleigh, Lancaster, Clog Maker. July 5 at
2.30 at Courts Hotel, Church st, Leigh. Whittingham, Leigh James, Henry, Asion, Warwick, out of business. July 4 at 3 at
offices of Tyler, Ann st, Birmingham Jeavons, Robert, Winlaton, Durham, Licensed Victualler. July 4
at 1 at offices of Hoyle and Co, Collingwood st, Newcastle-upon. Tyne ones, John, Lambeth-walk, Greengrocer, June 29 at 3 at offices of
Micklethwait, Red Lion sq Jones, Josiah, Landore, nr Swansea, Licensed Victualler. July 4 at
3 at offices of Evans and Davies, Wind st, Swansea Jordan, James, Kingston-upon-Hull, Stone Mason. July 11 at 2 at
offices of Carlill, Parliament st, Kingston-upon-Hull
Jouffret, Joseph Michel, Mayville st, Islington, Bonnet Shape Maker. I SCHWEITZER'S
July 1 at 3 at offices of Cooper, Lincoln's inn fields
Anti-Dyspeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder. offices of Truman, Poultry arcade, Nottingham
Guarantesd Pure Soluble Cocoa of the Finest Quality, with the Knight, Benjamin, Liverpool, Plumber. July 4 at 2 at Fildes, North excess of fat extracted. John st, Liverpool
The Faculty pronounce it “the most nutritious, perfectly digestible Last, Alfred, Bury St Edmunds, Music Seller. July 14 at 12 at
beverage for Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper, and invaluable for the Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds. Salmon and Son, Bury St Ir valids and Children." Edmunds
Highly commended by the entire Medica Press. Leach, Robert, West Bromwich, Stafford, Timber Merchant. July Bning without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it suits all pelates, 4 at 11 at offices of Hughes, High st,, West Bromwich
keeps better in all climates, and is four times the strength of cocoas Lefebver, Frederick John, Billingsgate Market, Fish Salesman, TRICKENED yet WBAKENED with starch, &c., and IN REALITY CHEAPER
June 29 at 12 at Unicorn Tavern, Vivian rd, Old Ford. Hicks, than such Mixtures.
Made instantaneously with bolling water, a teaspoonful to a Break. Leigh, Henry, North Hayes, Pitton, Exbridge, Devon, ont of tast Cup, coating less than a halfpenny.
business._July 9 at 11 at offices of Fewings, Queen st, Exeter. COCOATINA A LA VANILLE is the most delicate, digestible, cheapest Lawless, Exeter
Map:lla Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is proLifely, James, Stapleford, Nottingham, Travelling Auctioneer. July hibited. 2 at 11 at offices of Stevenson, Weekday Cross, Nottingham
In tip packets at 18. 6d., 38., 5s, 6d., &c., by Chemists and Grocer, Frederick William, Dunstable, Commission Agent. June
Charities on Special Terms by the Sole Proprietors, 28 at 11 at offices of Carter, Barber's lane, Luton. Freeman, Dun. H. SCHWEITZER & Co., 10, Adam-street, London, W.C.
Morphett, King st, Cheapside. Terry, King st
THE ORIGINAL (1876) NON-ALCOHOLIC SPARKLING Matthews, Charles, Cricklade, Wilts, Shopkeeper, July 4 at 10 at
BEVERAGE. offices of Boodle, Albion bldgs, New Swindon
EDOZONE. - MORE REFRESHING THAN Metheringham, Alfred (and not Wetheringham, as erroneously printed in last Gazette), Nottingham, Joiner. July 4 at 3 at offices
CHAMPAGNE. of Belk, Middle pavement, Nottingham
EDOZONE. Moore, James, Wavertree, near Liverpool, Builder. July 7 at 3
at offices of Ivey, Church st. Liverpool. Lupton, Liverpool Morgan, Nicholas Bradford, Hulme, Manchester, Commission EDOZONE. - HEDOZONE IS A GRATEFUL Agent. June 30 at 3 at offices of Hill, St Ann's square, Man
July 11 at 12 30 at offices of Linklater and Co, Walbrook
EDOZONE. IT WILL SUSTAIN THE WORKER, Chatham
RE - ANIMATE THE WEARY, Murphy, John, Buxton, Derby, Coal Merchant, July 2 at 12 at offices
INVIGORATE THE FERBLE, of Ainsworth, Hardwicke Mnt, Buxton
AND RESTOP.E THE INVALID. Ongley, Frederick, Wateringbury, Kent, Tailor. July 5 at 12 at offices
of Norton and Son, Earl st, Maidstone Osborne, James, Kidderminster, Tailor. June 30 at 3 at offices of Roden and Dawes, Bank bldgs, Kidderminster
Of Chemiste, Wine Merchants, and Grocers. Oswald, Edward Heath, Sherwood, Nottingham, of no occupation,
Manufacturers : PACKHAM & co.' (Limited), Croydod.
EDE AND SON
R O B
MAKERS at 2 at offices of Ingledew and Ince, St Benet chambers, Fen. church st
BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT, Phillips, Thomas, Dowlais, Glamorgan, Licensed Victualler. July To Her Majesty, the Lord Chancellor, the Whole fhe Judicial Bench 4 at 12 at offices of Scale, Victoria st, Merthyr Tydfil
Corporation of London, &c. Preece, George William, Gloucester, Timber Merchant. July 2 at SOLICITORS' AND REGISTRARS' DOWNS.
10 at offices of Jackson, George st, Gloucester Procter, Samuel James, Landport, Hants, Chemist, July 11 8
BARRISTERS' AND QUEEN'S COUNSEL'S DITTO,
at 12 at Castle and Falcon, Aldersgate st. Hill, Cardiff
CORPORATION ROBES UNIVERSITY L CLERGY GOWNS, Randle, Alfred, Southampton, Bookseller. June 29 at 3 at offices
ESTABLISHED 1689. of Nicholls and Leatherdale, Old Jewry chambers. Watts, South L 94. CHANCERY LANE. LONDON.
ampton Rowe, James, and John Albert Rowe, Exeter, Locksmiths. July 7 at 11 at offices of Campion, Bedford circus, Exeter
D AMPTON & SONS make NO CHARGE for Sanderson, William Russell, Robert Robinson Sanderson, and John
inserting particulars in their FREE MONTHLY REGISTER James Sanderson, South Shields, Printers. July 7 at 3 at offices of ESTATES, TOWN and COUNTRY HOUSES. Furnished or of Purvis and Son, King st, South Shields
Unfurnished, or for Sale, to be hed GRATIS at their Offices, or Seager, Francis, Norwich, Glover, July 4 at 12 at offices of Emer. post-free for two stamps. Published on the 1st of the month, and son, Rampant Horse st, Norwich
for insertion should be sent not later than five days Shapley, Richard William. Southampton, Confectioner. June 30 at
previous to end of preceding month. 3 at offices of Watts, Albion pl, Southampton
Valuations for Probate and Transfer. Surveys. Strongitharm, George, and Horatio Henry Strongitharm, Daw End
Estate and Auction Offices, 8, Pall Mall East, S.W. Works, Walsall, Lime Merchants. July 7 at 1 at offices of Smith, Lich Gates, Wolverhampton
NOVEMBER INTERMEDIATE AND FINAL EXAMINATIONS. Taylor, Joseph, Meltham, nr Huddersfield, Plumber. July 7 at 3 at offices of Ramsden and Co, John William st, Huddersfield
MR. ALBERT GIBSON'S Special Classes for Thomas. William, Plump Hill, nr Mitcheldean, Gloucester, Collier.
M these Examinations will commence on Monday, August 15. June 30 at 2 at Lion Hotel, Cinderford. Goldring, Cinderford
Students desirous of joining, by communicating at once, will be Thompson, Benjamin Blaydes, Tadcaster, York, Solicitor. July 1
instructedfas to the course of reading in the meantime. Fee 12 at l at offices of Wilkinson, St. Helen's sq
guineas. Postal preparation also. Terms, &c., on application to 35, Thompson, William, Cleckheaton, York, Contractor, July 5 at 11 Southampton-buildings, W.C. at offices of Curry, Cleckheaton
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THE RESULT of the absence of the Master of the Rolls LONDON, JULY 2, 1881.
from his court during the last two weeks has been to enlarge his Saturday list of petitions, short causes, and motions to alarming dimensions. A large number of
matters in this list have stood over, and both suitors and CONTENTS.
practitioners will welcome the return of the learned
judge on three days of the week. CURRENT TOPICS ...................
653 DIVISIONAL COURTS .........,
655 THE IRISH LAND BILL ........
. ............. 056 REVIEWS ............. ............
Two OF THE CHANCERY COURTS have been blocked CORRESPONDENCE ....
.............. 658 CASES OF THE WEEK
during the last fortnight with cases of exceptional magEx parte Jones
nitude. Vice-Chancellor Bacon bas just concluded a Wiimott v. Barber ...
... 659 Harrison v. The Cornwall Mineral Railway Company ... 659
case relating to submarine telegraphs in which, as the in re Gosman .................... ........... ..... . ... 653 learned judge plaintively remarked, the pleading and In re Sayer .........
660 Eames v. Hacon
evidence extended to upwards of 1,000 pages of printed Tolmin v. Underhay .......
660 matter. Vice-Chancellor HALL is in the midst of a case In re The Metropolitan District Railway Company.
relating to certain gold nines in India, several of the Patching v. Barnett............
briefs in which consist of large volumes about six inches ........
661 ............................ LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAI ....
in thickness. INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY ............. .......
664 OBITUARY ............
............... 664 LEGAL APPOINTMENTS ...
... 665 COMPANIES ...
THE DOUBT we expressed (ante, p. 520) as to whether CREDITORS' CLAIMS ....
| the construction of the Infants' Relief Act, 1874, LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK..
666 COURT PAPERS ...
adopted by the Chief Judge in Ex parte Jones, Re LONDON GAZETTES, &c., &c. .........
. 668 Jones, was correct, has been fully borne out by the de
cision of the appeal in that case, the members of the
Court of Appeal having unanimously dissented from the CASES REPORTED IN THE WEEKLY REPORTER.
decision of the Chief Judge. “The words of the Infants' Alresford Rural Sanitary Authority v. Scott (Q.B.Div.) ........
Relief Act," said the Master of the Rolls, “ were per. Baillie v. Traherne (Ch.Div. V C.M.) Brake, In the Goods of (Prob.Div.) ...
fectly general, and could not be restricted so as not to
744 Clarke, In re. Barker v. Perowne (Ch.Div. V
.. 730 apply to trade debts, and an infant could not, by filing a Coltness Iron Company v. Black (H.L.)
liquidation petition, by adopting a proceeding which Guardians of Fulham, Appellants, v. Guardians of the Isle of Thanet. Respondents (App.) ...........................
would only be valid if he was an adult, alter his Hare v. Church wardens and Overseers of Putney (App.) ... 721 status.” The point decided is that an infant debtor who Hildick, In re. Hipkins v. Hildick (Ch.Div. Fry, J.) Middleton, In re. Thompson v. Harris (Ch.Div. Fr
has traded (but without expressly representing himself as Morgan, In re. Pillgrem v. Pillgrem (Ch.Div. Fry, J.) ........ 733 of full age) cannot be adjudicated a bankrupt in respect Norman v. Strains (Prob.Div.) .....
of a trade debt contracted, and upon an act of bankruptcy Pigott to the Great Western Railway (Ch.Div. M.R.)............ Queen, The, v. William Fennell (
742 committed, during his infancy. The question whether an Queen, The, v. Johan Harper (C.
743 infant trader can be adjudicated bankrupt in respect of Queen, The, v. Hutchins (App.) ....
a debt contracted under an express representation by him Shardlow v. Coterill (Ch.Div. Kay, Stedham, In the Goods of (Prob.Div.)
743 that he was of full age, is oot expressly touched by the Steel y. Dixon (Ch.Div. Fry, J.)......
decision, but the reasons given by the Master of the Sutcliffe, In re. Alison v. Alisou (Ch.Div. Fry, J.)
732 Warner and Steel, In re (Ch.Div. M.R.) ........
. 726 Rolls seem to be conclusive that he cannot.
WE ARE ENABLED) to state that the publication of the report of the Legal Procedure Committee will not be postponed much longer. It has been circulated as a confidential document amoug the judges, and cannot be made public until they have dealt with it.
THE LORD CHANCELLOR commenced his sittings with the Court of Appeal at Lincoln's-inn on Thursday last, and will continue to preside there on Thursdays and Fridays until the Long Vacation. During the same period the Master of the Rolls will sit with the court on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays in each week.
THE SUPPLEMENT to the London Gazette, containing the titles of nearly 2,900 dormant accounts in the books of the Chancery Paymaster, to which we referred last week as in course of preparation, appeared earlier than we anticipated, being stimulated, no doubt, by the questions which were asked in Parliament. It is stated that no information will be given by the Chancery Paymaster respecting the money or securities standing to the accounts mentioned in this list until he has been furnished with a statement in writing by the solicitor requiring such information of the name of the person on whose behalf he applies, and that in such solicitor's opinion the appli. cant is beneficially interested in such money or securities. This precaution cannot be called unnecessary, but considering that the object of the Legislature in requiring this list periodically is to enable persons entitled to the funds in court to apply to the court for payment, the account as published cannot be said to supply sufficient information. There are to be obtained in the Central Office of the Supreme Court many details which would assist legitimate inquiry. For example, the names of the solicitors who were originally concerned in each case could be extracted from the books there, and if added to this list would give material assistance. In one respect the form of the list published in the Gazette does not
, IT IS HARDLY NECESSARY to point out that, in view of these arrangements, it does not appear probable that the vacancy on the bench of the Court of Appeal will be filled up until after the long vacation. The patronage is in the hands of the Prime Minister,
comply with the 91st rule of the Chancery Funds the case of an eagement hostilely exercised, and one lap. Consolidated Rules, 1874, pursuant to which it purports fully exercised, for obvious reasons. If a man chooses to to be published. T'he rule says the list is to be a acquiesce in the exercise of acts that would afford him a list of the "titles of causes and matters." The inter- ground of action, he does that which makes it just to pretation clause (rule 2) says that "title of cause'shall, presume a grant against him. But the fact that a man with respect to causes commenced since the 1st of Novem. | does not interfere with lawful acts that it is perfectly ber, 1852, mean the title of the cause with reference to the competent for his neighbour to do, gives rise to no prerecord in the following form- viz. (A.v.B., 1874, A. 100).” | sumption against him of a similar character. But, notThroughout the whole list of forty-two pages of the withstanding, after a great lapse of time it is a greater Gazette, the reference to the record is not once to be found. bardship that the long enjoyment of the one should be Now, this reference is the principal clue by means of interfered with than that the other's right should be which any one may search for and lay open the mysteries restricted, though he have been guilty of no laches, and of the dormant funds in chancery. In every case to which have done nothing to justify any presumption against him. rule 2 applies, this reference is on the books of the We are somewhat disposed to regret the judgment of the Chancery Paymaster, and might have been easily supplied. House of Lords, because, though we think that rather than The absence of it, and of the other information referred that there should be no prescription for support, the period to above, detracts greatly from the utility of the list. had better be the same as in the case of other easements,
yet, if the judgment had been the other way, the law might, by the Legislature, have been put on a footing
more consistent with what we conceive to be justice. THE JUDGMENT of the Court of Appeal in the case of
Twenty years seems to us too short a period in the case Angus v. Dalton was, on the 14th ult., affirmed by the
of support, for many reasons which we have not space House of Lords. We discussed the judgments in the Court of Appeal at the time when they were pronounced,
now to go into. and took occasion to point out some of the considerations involved in the two conflicting views of the subject. It is obvious that there are two possible bases for pre The FUGITIVE OFFENDERS BILL, & Government Bill, scriptive rights- viz., long enjoyment per se, and long which has recently passed the House of Lords, is an hostile enjoyment. It has never before been distinctly amplification of, and improvement upon, the Act 6 & 7 laid down in English law upon which of these two bases Vict. c. 34, which bears the colourless title of “An Act prescription depends. The recent judgment in the for the better apprehension of certain offenders." The House of Lords goes a very long way in the direction of scope of this legislation, which the ease and frequency establishing the first-mentioned as the true basis. The of travelling communication between all parts of the judgment of the Lord Chapcellor, so far as may be world seems to render absolutely necessary, is simply judged from the reports in tbe daily papers, certainly the apprehension at home of colonial offenders, and the runs counter to what has been the general notion of the apprehension of home offenders in the colonies, and we law in many respects. There are many dicta to the observe that in the present Bill occasion is taken to effect that the Prescription Act (2 & 3 Will. 4, c. 71), 8. provide for the apprehension in any one colony of an 2, only applies to positive, and not to negative, ease. offender charged with an offence committed in any other ments. The Lord Chancellor's judgment negatives the colony. The original Act contained ten sections only, distinction between the two classes of easements. We while the present Bill contains forty-two clauses. It is are disposed to think that he may be so far right as that provided by the third and principal clause that “where the distinction is not, in point of principle and expe. a warrant has been issued in one part of her Majesty's diency, correct, but there are words in the 2nd section | dominions for the apprehension of a fugitive from that. of the Prescription Act which may be considered to favour part" a judge, &c., “ in another part of her Majesty's the distinction so far as that section is concerned. The dominions, in or on the way to which the fugitive is on enjoyment is to be by a person" claiming right thereto is suspected to be, if satisfied that the warrant was issued (i.e., to an easement) without interruption." See also by some person having lawful authority to issue the section 5, where the words “ as of right” occur. Those same, may indorse such warrant, ... and the words, it might be urged, look rather as if a hostile warrant so indorsed shall be a sufficient authority to user was contemplated. It is, perhaps, rather a stretch apprehend the fugitive in the part of her Majesty's of ordinary language to say that a man doing a perfectly dominions in which it is indorsed, and bring him before lawful act on his own land claims right to an easement. a magistrate.” The words in italics are new, and strike It is part of the ordinary enjoyment of the land that us as being rather vague and difficult to work. It is the light comes to it, that it supports buildings, &c. also new, but seems to be desirable, to allow a Bowe There is no right separate from and superadded to tho street magistrate, as well as a Secretary of State, to land, no easement claimed by the persons who use the indorse the warrant. The offences to which the Bill is light or support. Whereas a man who exercises a posi. | to apply are rather awkwardly defined. By 6 & 7 Vict. c. tive easement-i.e., does some act wrongfully affecting 34, s. 10, a warrant is not to be indorsed except in case his neighbour's land-does, in the ordinary use of lan of treason or felony, " or unless the depositions appear guage, exercise an easement as of right. It seems to us | suficient to warrant the committal of such persons for that it is the negative character of the easement, coupled trial." The offences within the scope of the Bill are with these words in the Act, that constitute the strength | “ treason and piracy, and every offence, whether called of the contention that the Prescription Act, section 2, felony, misdemeanor, crime, or by any other name," applies only to positive easements. But the words may which is punishable where committed by“ imprisonment merely be meant to exclude cases in which the user is with hard labour for a term of twelve months or more, permissive, and it seems strange if the easement of or by any greater punishment." If Colonial statutes support may be acquired at common law by prescription were as accessible as English statutes are, this would do or by lost grant, that it should have been omitted from well enough ; as it is, unless the Bow-street magistrate the Prescription Act. We take it the true view of the is prepared to adjourn to his Inn of Court library, there doctrine of lost grant is that it was merely invented to may be great practical difficulty in discovering what obviate the effect of proof that the enjoyment commenced l offences are or are not within the Act. Would it not be within legal memory, and that it must stand on the same better to include as offences under the Act all offences kind of enjoyment as prescription. So that the whole described as “extradition crimes" by the Extradition question comes back to the question what is the basis of | Acts, and no other offences ? prescription ? It seem to us that if the law were to be constructed afresh, the justice of the case would be that a much shorter period of prescription should be required in!