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LARRATT, ERNEST, Friday st, Skin Merchant. High Court. Pet July 20. Ord MILNER, THOMAS, Halifax, Woollen Draper. July 30 at 11. Off Rec, Halifax July 20
MOLE, ISAAC, Colchester, Boot Maker. July 30 at 11. Townhall, Colchester LEWIS, HENRY WALTER, Bath, Plumber. Bath. Pet July 20. Ord July 20
MOLYNEAUX, JOHN, Chorley, Lancs, Licensed Victualler. July 29 at 11. 16, MARKHAM, WALTER JAMES, Rugby, Tailor. Coventry. Pet July 20. Ord
Wood st. Bolton July 20
NELSON, WILLIAM, Liverpool, Engineer's Assistent. Aug 8 at 3. Off Rec, 35,
Ord MILNER, THOMAS, Halifax, Woollen Draper. Halifax. Pet July 18,
Victoria st, Liverpool July 18
PEAKE, JOHN NASH, Congleton, Cheshire, Colliery Proprietor. Ang 1 at 2.30. MILLS, ROBERT, Clee, Lincoln, Smackowner. Gt Grimsby. Pet July 18. Ord
North Stafford Hotel, Stoke upon Trent July 18
RADFORD, FREDERICK RICHARD, Bristol, Butcher. Aug 8 at 12.30. Off Rec, MITCHELL, HENRY, Kingston upon Hull, Fishermad. Kingston upon Hull. Pet
Bank chmbrs, Bristol July 20. Ord July 20
RILEY, EDWARD, Rawtenstall. Lancs, Smallware Dealer: July 29 at 3.30. Off MORRIS, WILLIAM, Leeds, Commission Agent. Leeds. Pet July 20. Ord
Rec, Ogden's chmbre, Bridge st, Manchester July 20
Routh, RANDOLPH STEWART ARDEN, Dulverton, Somerset, no occupation. July ONIONS, HENRY, Boningale, nr Albrighton, Salop, Licensed Victualler.
30 at 11. Bankruptcy bdgs. Portugal st Madeley. Pet July 19. Ord July 19
ROYCE, WILLIAM, Birch, Essex, Miller. July 30 at 11,30. Towohall, Colchester ORGANER, EDWARD, Boston, Lincolnshire, Draper. Boston. Pet July 20. Ord
SCHOFIELD, WILLIAM, and ASHTON SCHOFIELD, Oldham, Cotton Doublers. Aug July 20 OWEN. ROBERT EDWARD, Beaumaris, Anglesey, Medical Practitioner. Bangor. 8 at 3. Off Rec, Priory chmbrs, Union st, Oldham Pet July 19. Ord July 19
SHAW, SAMUEL, Heaton Norris, Lancs. Coal Merchant. July 29 at 11.30. Off PEAKE, DANIEL JOHN, Dover, Carpenter. Canterbury. Pet July 19. Ord
Rec, County chmbrs, Market pl, Stockport July 19
SHAW, THOMAS, North Shields, Mason. Aug 2 at 2.45. Off Rec, Pink lane, NewPEAKE, JOHN NASH, Congleton, Cheshire, Colliery Proprietor. Hanley, Burslem,
castle on Tyne and Tunstall Pet July 18. Ord July 18
SIMPSON, ROBERT, Bhenstone, Staffordshire, Baker. Aug 8 at 11. Off Rec, Wal
sall PERRING, JAMES. Holbeton, nr Ivy bridge, Devon, Baker. East Stonehouse. Pet July 20. Ord July 20
SMITHIES, JOHN, Elland, Yorks, Joiner, July 30 at 12. Off Rec, Halifax PIPEP, GEORGE PARSEY, Gt Hormead, Hertfordshire, Farmer. Cambridge. Pet TaunTON, WILLIAM, Bristol, Plumber. July 30 at 11. Off Rec, Bank ch brs July 18. Ord July 18
Bristol PRITCHARD, THOMAS, New lane, Enfield, Baker. Edmonton. Pet July 20. Ord
TODD, EDWARD, Kendal, Furniture Remover. July 30 at 11.30. 37, Stramongate, July 20
Kendal RADFORD, FREDERICK RICHARD, Bristol, Butcher. Bristol. Pet July 18. Ord WEINGOLD, SAMUEL HYAM, and MAURICE LEVY, Manchester, Jewellers. Aug 2 July 18
at 4. Off Rec, 25, Colmore row, Birmingham ROBINSON, GEORGE, Rochdale, Lancashire, Boot Dealer. Oldham. Pet July 20.
WHITTAKER, THOMAS, Heanor, Derbyshire, Builder. July 29 at 3. Off Rec, St Ord July 20
James's chbrs, Derby ROUTH, RANDOLPH STEWART ARDEN, Dulverton, Somersetshire, no occupation. WILLIAMSON, JOHN, Droit wich, Worcestershire, Clerk in Holy Orders. Aug 3 Exeter. Pet July 18. Ord July 18
at 10 Off Rec, Worcester SCHOFIELD, WILLIAM, and ASHTON SCHOFIELD, Oldham, Cotton Doublers.
WITHERS, JAMES, Cheddar, Somersetshire, Cropper. July 29 at 12.30. Bath Oldham. Pet July 18. Ord July 18
Arms Hotel, Cheddar SHAW, THOMAS, North Sbields, Mason. Newcastle on Tyne. Pet July 18. Ord WRIGHT, WILLIAM WALDON, Great Yarmouth, Bricklayer. July 29 at 11.15. July 18
Blake, South Quay, Yarmouth SIDDELEY, JOSHUA, and JOHN SIDDELEY, Newlyn, nr Penzance, Ice Manufac
ADJUDICATIONS. turerg. Liverpool. Pet May 27. Ord July 19
ALLCOCK, CHARLES, Derby, Grocer. Derby. Pet June 30. Ord July 19 SIMPSON, ROBERT, Shenstone, Staffordshire, Baker. Walsall. Pet July 18. Ord July 18
ATKINS, JAMES, Birkenhead, Licensed Victualler. Birkenhead. Pet July 16.
Ord July 19 SMITHIES, JOHN, Elland, Yorks, Joiner. Halifax. Pet July 15. Ord July 18
ATTENBOROUGH, THOMAS, Ilkeston, Derby, Cattle Dealer. Derby. Pet July 1. STEEL, JAMES, Cheltenham, Dealer in Domestic Machinery. Cheltenham. Pet Ord July 19 July 19. Ord July 19
BEVINGTON, EDWIN, Leigh, Lancs, Provision Dealer. Bolton. Pet July 20. Ord STOKES, WILLIAM HENRY, Birchfield, Staffordshire, Jeweller. Birmingham. July 20 Pet July 19. Ord July 19
BRADBURY, SAMUEL WILLIAM, New Oxford st, Commercial Traveller. High THORNTON, JAMES, Oxford, Bookseller. Oxford. Pet July 18. Ord July 18
Court. Pet June 24. Ord July 19 WALDRON, JOHN, Walthamstow, Essex, Baker. High Court. Pet July 18. Ord
COOPER, WATSON, Stockton on Tees, Draper. Stockton on Tees and MiddlesJuly 18
borough, Pet July 18. Ord July 18 WEBSTER, JOHN, Manchester, Baker. Manchester. Pet July 19. Ord July 19
Cossey, G, Manderville st, Clapton pk, Builder. High Court. Pet June 10. Oril
July 19 WILLIAMS, JOHN, Chester, Provision Dealer. Chester. Pet July 20. Ord July 20 COTTON, WILLIAM, Stoke Newington rd, Stoke Newington, Toy Warehouseman. WILLIAMSON, JOHN, Droitwich, Worcestershire, Clerk in Holy Orders. Worces.
Edmonton. Pet july 18. Ord July 18 ter. Pet July 19. Ord July 19
DAVIES, MARY, Llansamlet, Clamorgan, Grocer. Neath, Pet July 18. Ord WRIGHT, EDWARD, Sheffield, Builder. Sheffield. Pet July 20. Ord July 20
DAVIS, EDWARD HENRY, Bristol, Accountant. Bristol. Pet July 11. Ord July 20 YEO, JOHN HART, Brixham, Devon, Shipowner. East Stonehouse. Pet July 19. Ord July 19
DOMSALLA, AMANDUS ADOLPHE, Motley st, Curtain rd, Shoreditch, Cabinet
Manufacturer. High Court. Pet July 20. Ord July 20
Fox, W. G., Moreton ter, Belgrave rd, Pimlico. High Court. Pet May 25. Ord
GODDARD, WILLIAM BARNES, Edgware rd, Mantle Manufacturer. High Court. BARTON, THOMAS, Ulverston, Lancashire, Farmer. Aug 2 at 2. Sun Inn, Ulver-GORDON, J. R. HAY, residence unknown. High Court. Pet May 27. Ord July 20
ston BAYTHROP, WILLIAM, Barrow-in-Furness, Joiner. July 29 at 10. 2, Paxton ter,
GRAVIL, KITCHINGMAN, Sandal, nr Wakefield, Insurance Agent. Wakefield. Barrow-in-Furness
Pet July 16. Ord July 16 BIRD, ALFRED JAMES, Mintern st. Hoxton, Furniture Manufacturer. July 29 at GWYNN, WILLIAM, Crispin st, Spitalfields, Coal Merchant. High Court. Pet
12. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn BLAMIRES, JOSHUA, Batley, Yorks, Rag Merchant. July 29 at 3. Off Rec, Bank
HARRISON, BENJAMIN, Huddersfield, Contractor. Huddersfield. Pet July 16. chambers, Batley
Ord July 16
Lincoln's inn bldgs, Bowlalley lane, Hull
MORRIS, JONES JOHN, Barmouth, Merionethshire, no occupation. Aberystwith. Bank chambers, Bristol
Pet July 19. Ord July 19 BROOKS, JAMES, Tiddington, Oxfordshire, Farrier. July 30 at 11.30. Off Rec, 1,
JUBB, JOHN HENRY, Sheffield, Auctioneer. Sheffield. Pet July 16. Ord July 16 St Aldates, Oxford BROWNING, JAMES, Gaisford st, Kentish town, Builder. Aug 2 at 3. 109, Vic
KENT, WILLIAM. High st, Thames Ditton, Smith. Kingston, Surrey. Pet June toria st, Westminster
25 Ord July 19 CARELESS, RICHARD, Campden, Gloucestershire, Commission Agent. July 29 at
LLEWELLYN, JOHN, and SAMUEL GETHING LEWIS, Cardiff, Coal Merchants.
Cardiff. Pet June 14. Ord July 20 11.30. Off Rec, 1, St Aldates, Oxford CLARKE, RICHARD THOMAS, Milton-next-Gravesend, Chemist. Aug 2 at 11.30.
MILLS, ROBERT, Clee, Lincolnshire, Smack Owner. Great Grimsby. Pet July 18. Off Rec, High st, Rochester
Ord July 18 DAVIES, MARY, Llansamlet, Glamorganshire, Grocer, July 30 at 11. Off Rec,
MILNER, THOMAS, Halifax, Woollen Draper. Halifax. Pet July 18. Ord July 18 6, Rutland st, Swansea
MITCHELL, HENRY, Kingston upon Hull, Fish Merchant. Kingston upon Hull. EDISS, THOMAS WYATT, Newhaven, Sussex, Builder. July 29 at 12. Off Rec,
Pet July 20. Ord July 20 4, Pavilion bldgs, Brighton
MORRIS, WILLIAM, Leed3, Commission Agent. Leeds Pet July 20. Ord July 50 FIELD, FREDERICK, Evesham, Worcestershire, Market Gardener. Aug 3 at 10.30. Off Rec, Worcester.
MOSES, JOHN, jun, Hebden Bridge, Yorks, Mason. Burnley. Pet July 13. Ord FULLER. WILLIAM STEPHEN, Worthing, Coach Builder. July 29 at 3. Off Rec,
July 20 4, Pavilion bldge, Brighton
MUSGRAVE, ARTHUR SEYMOUR, Wimborne, Dorset, Builder. Poole. Pet July 1. GORDON, WILLIAM, and DUNCAN GORDON, Billiter st, Merchants. July 29 at 2.30.
Ord July 19 Bankruptcy bldgs Lineoln's inn
OAKLEY, WILLIAM, Tunbridge Wells, Builder. Tunbridge Wells. Pet June 22. GRAVIL. KITCHINGMAN, Sandel. nr Wakefield, Insurance Agent. July 29 at 11. PEAKE, DANIEL JOHN, Dover, Carpenter. Canterbury. Pet July 19. Ord July 19
Off Rec, Bond ter, Wakefield
RILEY, EDWARD, Rawtenstall, Lancs, Smallware Dealer. Blackburn. Pet July HARRISON, BENJAMIN. Huddersfield, Contractor. July 29 at 11.
15. Ord July 19 solors, New st, Huddersfield
Haigh & Sons, ROBERTS, JOSEPH, Pembroke Dock, Fancy Dealer. Pembroke Dock. Pet July Haws, CHARLES HENRY, Witcham, Cambridgeshire, Brick Maker. Aug 2 at
11. Ord July 18 2.30. Lamb Hote), Ely
ROUTH, RANDOLPH STEWART ARDEN, Dulverton, Somerset, no occupation. HAYWARD, WILLIAM, Christchurch, Watchmaker. July 29 at 11 30. Off Rec,
Exeter. Pet July 18. Ord July 18 Salisbury
SCHOFIELD, WILLIAM, and ASHTON SCHOFIELD, Oldham, Cotton Doublers. OldHENDERSON, THOMAS, Gosforth. Northumberland, Grocer. Aug 2 at 2. Off Rec,
ham. Pet July 15. Ord July 18 Pink lane, Newcastle on Tyne
SHAW, THOMAS, North Shields, Mason. Newcastle on Tyne. Pet July 18. Ord HOGBEN, THOMAS, Hawkinge, nr Folkestone, Veterinary Surgeon. Aug 3 at
July 19 12.30. 73, Sandgate rd, Folkestone
SIMPSON, ROBERT, Shenston, Staffs, Baker. Walsall. Pet July 18. Ord July 18 IVES, GEORGE, New Scarborough, nr Wakefield. Grease Manufacturer. July 29 at 11.30. Off Rec, Bond terrace, Wakefield
SMITH, EDWARD MATTHEW BROOKE, Eagle st, Red Lion st, Builder. High Court.
Pet April 25. Ord July 20 JONES, JOHN OWEN, Lantihangel Bachellaeth, Carrarvonshire, Farmer. July SMITHIES, JOHN, Elland, Yorks, Joiner. Halifax. Pet July 15. Ord July 19 KENT, WILLIAM, Vigh st, Thames Ditton, Smith. July 29 at 11. Cannon st
TAUNTON, WILLIAM, Bristol, Plumber. Bristol. Pet July 15. Ord July 18 Hotel KNIGHT, EDMUND, Stoke Prior, nr Bromsgrove, Farmer. Aug 3 at 11. Of Rec,
TORKINGTON, ALFRED, Rhy!, Flint, Builder. Bangor. Pet July 15. Ord July 20 Worcester
TREMELLEN, CAROLINE, Liskeard, Cornwall, Grocer. East Stonehouse. Pet July LAUNDON, JOHN EADY, Beauchamp, Leicestershire, Butcher. July 30 at 12. 28, Friar lane, Leicester
VALINTINE, THOMAS BUCKNER HENRY, Westhampnett, Susees, Gent. Brighton. Lyons, SAMUEL, Crewe, Fitter. Aug 10 at 10. 152, Hospita st, Nantwich
Pet June 3. Ord July 18
WALDRON, JOHN, Walthamstow, Baker. High Court. Pet July 18. Ord July 18 BURBIDGE, JOHN, Moorgate st, Advertising Agent. Aug 3 at 12. Bankruptcy WATTS, EDWIN HENAY, Carnaby st, Regent st, Goldsmith. High Court. Pet
bdgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields June 30. Ord July 13
BURNETT, JOHN. West Melton, nr Rotherham, Provision Merchant. Aug 3 at WEBSTER, JOHN, Manchester, Baker. Manchester. Pet July 19. Ord July 20
12.30. Off Rec, Figtree lane, Sheffield WEINGOLD, SAMUEL HYAM, and MAURICE LEVY, Manchester, Jewellers. Man
BUTTERFIELD, ELIJAN TATHAM, Nelson, Lancashire, Builder. Aug 2 at 3. Ex
change Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley chester. Pet July 12.' Ord July 19
CHESTERTON, ALBERT, Openshaw, or Manchester, Watchmaker. Aug 3 at 3.30, WILLIAMS, FRANCIS EDWARD, Salisbury, Grocer. Salisbury. Pet July 11. Ord Off Rec, 1. High pavement. Nottingham July 16 London Gazette.-TUESDAY, July 26.
CLUTTERBUCK, ENOCH WYATT, Newport, Mon, Commercial Traveller. Aug 3 at 3.
Off Rec, Merthyr Tydfil
CLUTTERBUCK, JABEZ, Bristol, out of business. Aug 18 at 3.30. Off Rec, Bank
chbis, Bristol ASHMELL, THOMAS JAMES, Belle Vue, nr Wakefield, Coal Merchant. Wakefield. COPEMAN, WALTER, Lowestoft, Butcher. Aug 6 at 12.30. Off Rec, 8, King st, Pet July 21. Ord July 21
Norwich BAKER, FREDERICK GEORGE, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Watchmaker. Newport
DALTROFF, BENJAMIN, City rd. Boot Manufacturer. Aug 3 at 11. Bankruptcy and Ryde. Pet July 23. Ord July 23
bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields BECK, THOMAS, Birmingham, Bootmaker. Birmingham. Pet July 7. Ord July 22
DAVIES, WILLIAM, Ferryeide, Carmarthenshire, Draper. dug 2 at 11. Off Rec,
11, Quay st, Carmarthen BEEGLEMYER, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Finsbury pavement, Tailor. High Court. Per DEDMAN, FRANCIS, Coulter rd, Hammersmith, Grocer. Aug 4 at 12. Bankruptcy July 22.' Ord July 22
bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields BEHRENS, BENNETT, Swansea, Money Lender. Swansea. Pet July 22. Ord DEWDNEY, WILLIAM, Truro rd, Wood Green, no occupation. Aug 4 at 11. No. July 22
16 Room, 30 and 31, St. Swithin's lane BROOME, -, Brighton, Grocer. Brighton. Pet July 9. Ord July 21
DICK, A. E., & Co, Leadenhall st, Marine Insurance Brokers. Aug 2 at 11, BankBUDDEN, WILLIAM ELIAS, Yarmouth, Bootmaker. Newport and Ryde. Pet
ruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields July 18. Ord July 18
Dixon, JAMES, and TOM MITCHELL, Elland, Yorks, Musical Instrument Dealers
Aug 3 at 10.30. Off Rec, Halifax CLAYDEN, JOHN, Essex rd, Corn Dealer. High Court. Pet June 10. Ord July 19
Dodson, John, jun, Ragby, Fishmonger. Aug 4 at 2.30. E T Peirson, Off Rec, CLUTTERBUCK, JABEZ, Bristol, out of business. Bristol. Pet July 21. Ord July 21 17, Hertford st, Coventry COLLIER, JASPER, Kingston upon Hull, Smack Owner. Kingston upon Hull.
ELVY, CHARLES JOHN, Amhurst rd, Hackney, Tailor. Aug 2 at 2.30. 33, Carey
st, Lincoln's inn fields Pet July 22.' Ord July 22
GALE, GEORGE, Tredegar, Mon, Butcher. DART, CHARLES, Saltash, Cornwall, Builder. East Stonehouse. Pet July 21.
Aug 3 at 12. Off Rec, Merthyr Tydfil Ord July 21
HALLIBURTON, JOHN GILL, Brampton, Cumberland, Saddler. Aug 4 at 12. Off Dixon, JAMES, and TOM MITCHELL, Elland, Musical Instrument Dealers. Hali
Rec, 34, Fisher st, Carlisle fax. Pet July 19. Ord July 21
HOBSON, HORACE, Sheffield, Painter. Aug 3 at 11.30. Off Rec, Figtree lan e Dodson, JOHN, jun, Rugby, Fishmonger. Coventry. Pet July 21. Ord July 21 Sheffield EDWARDS, JOHN WARD, Bedford, Baker. Bedford. Pet July 21. Ord July 21
HOLDSWORTH, JOHN. Gomersal, Yorks, Flannel Maker. Aug 2 at 11. Off Rec,
Bank chbre, Batley GOOLD, HENRY, Birmingham, Silk Mercer. Birmingham. Pet June 18. Ord
JENNINJS, JOHN, Ewel rd, Surbiton, Watchmaker. Aug 4 at 12. 16 Room, 30 July 22
and 31, St Swithin's lune GREEN, JOHN, Rotherham, Yorks, Grocer. Sheffield. Pet July 1. Ord July 21 JOHNSON, FRANCIS, Leeds, Plumber. Aug 3 at 11. Off Rec, St Andrew's chbrs, HULLIBARTON, JOHN GILL, Brampton, Cumberland, Saddler. Carlisie. Pet July 22, Park row, Leeds 21. Ord 'July 21
JUBB, JOHN HENRY, Sheffield, Auctioneer. Aug 3 at 1. Off Rsc, Figtree lane, HANDS, ALBERT EDWARD, Halesowen, Baker. Stourbridge. Pet July 16. Ord
Sheffield July 16
KEARNEY, JULIA. Manchester, Milliner. Aug 5 at 11. Off Rec, Ogden's chbrs, HESLOP, RICHARD, Mirfield, Yorks, Innkeeper. Dewsbury. Pet July 22. Ord Bridge st, Manchester July 22
LEWIS, HENRY WALTER, Bath, Plumber. Aug 10 at 12.3). Off Rec, Bank ch amHODSON, FREDERICK GEORGE, Masbrough, Yorks, out of business. Sheffield.
bers, Bristol Pes July 21. Ord July 21
LEWIS, THOMAS, Swansea, Tailor. Aug 4 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rutland st, Swansea HORSLEY, HORATIO GEORGE, HUBERT JOSEPH HORSLEY, and ALFRED HOWARD HORSLEY, Birmingham, Builders. Birmingham. Pet July 22. Ord
MARKHAM, WALTER JAMES, Rugby, Tailor. Aug 4 at 11. Peagam, Solor 30, July 22
North st, Rugby Huck, WILLIAM, and HENRY HUCK, Endmoor, nr Kendal, Builders. Kendal.
MARKS, ALFRED, Oid st, Furniture Dealer. Aug 3 at 11. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's Pet July 23. Ord July 23
inn fields JAMES, WILLIAM HENNIS, Queen Victoria st, Cafe Proprietor. High Court.
OWEN, MORRIS WILLIAMS LLOYD, Haverfordwest, Esq. Aug 2 at 1.30. Off Rec, Pet July 20. Ord July 21
11, Quay st, Carmarthêu JENKINS, EvĂN, Aberdare, Grocer, Aberdare. Pet July 21. Ord July 21
PEAKE, DANIEL JOHN, Dover, Carpenter. Aug 3 at 10.30. King's Head Hotel,
Dover JONES, DAVID, Llanbadarnfawr, Cardiganshire, Farmer. Aberystwith. Pet PHILLIPS, S. ELLIS, High Holborn, Tailor. Aug 4 at 11. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's July 21. Ord July 21
ion fields KEARNEY, JULIA, Manchester, Milliner. Manchester. Pet July 23. Ord July 23 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM DANIEL, Odwyn, Cardiganshire, Corn Merchant. Aug 10 KENT, HANNAH, Bletchingley, Surrey, Grocer. Croydon. Pet July 22. Ord
at 12.30. Lion Hotel, Aberystwith July 22
PIPER, GEORGE PARSEY, Gt Hormead, Hertfordshire, Farmer. Aug 5 at 12. KRANCZ, B. F., Hatton garden, Commission Agent. High Court. Pet July 5.
Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields Ord July 22
POLLYBLANK, NICHOLAS, and RICHARD HENRY PARR, Holborn, Licensed Victual
lers. LEGG, GEORGE FRANCIS, St James's st, Solicitor. High Court. Pet June 29.
Aug 3 at 12. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn fields Ord July 29
PRIDDIS, MATILDA, and FRANCES GODWIN, Winchester, Bootmakers. Aug 10 at
2.30. Black Swan Hotel, Winchester LEWIS, THOMAS, Swansea, Tailor. Swansea. Pet July 21. Ord July 21
RICHARDSON, EDWIN, and HARRY PETERS, Bromwich, Staffordshire, Egg MerLUNGLEY, WILLIAM, and GEORGE WILLIAM LUNGLEY, Plaistow, Essex, Brick chants. Aug 8 at 10.30. County Court, Oldbury Merchants. High Court. Pet July 23. Ord July 23
ROBINSON, GEORGE, Rochdale, Lancashire, Boot Dealer, Aug 3 at 3.30. TownMANNERING, THOMAS DAVID, Rye, Coacħbuilder. Hastings. Pet July 21. Ord hall, Rochdale July 21
SMITH, EDWARD MATTHEW BROOKE, Eagle st, Red Lion st, Builder. Aug 4 at
SMITH, HERBERT, Halifax, Mill Manager. Aug 3 at 12. Off Rec, Halifax
TAYLOR, WILLIAM, Stroud, Tailor. Aug 2 at 4. Imperial Hotel, Stroud PICKRELL, JOHN, Grange Town, nr Middlesborough, Butcher. Stockton on Tees TORKINGTON, ALFRED, Rhyl, Builder. Aug 2 at 2.30. Off Rec, Crypt chmbrs, and Middlesborough. Pet July 22. Ord July 22
Chester ROBERTS, THOMAS, St Levan, Cornwall, Farmer. Truro. Pet July 23. Ord WEBSTER, JOHN, Manchester, Baker. Aug 5 at 11.30. Off Rec, Ogden's chmbrs, July 23
Bridge st, Manchester RUFF, WILLIAM, Little Staughton, Bedford, Machinist. Bedford. Pet July 22. WILLIAMS, ARTHUR, the younger, Paul, Cornwall, Fisherman, Aug 3 at 12. Off Ord July 23
Rec, Boscawen st, Truro PAVILLE, FRANK, North_crescent, Chenies st, Tottenham ct rd, Money Lender. WILLIAMS, John, Chester, Provision Dealer. Aug 5 at 12. Off Rec, Crypt High Court. Pet July 1. Ord July 11
chmbre, Chester SCHOFIELD, John, Sheffield, Comb Manufacturer. Sheffield. Pet July 23. Ord WRIGHT, SAMUEL, Lilypot lane, Noble st, Warehouseman. Aug 4 at 12. 33, July 23
Carey st, Lincolu's inn fields
Pet June 3. Ord
ASI, ROSINA, Birmingham, Pawnbroker. Birmingham. SMITH, WILLIAM, Gt Haywood, Stafford, Labourer. Stafford. Pet July 23. Ord
ASHMELL, THOMAS JAMES, Belle Vue, nr Wakefield, Coal Merchant. Wakefield. SPIKESMAN, RICHARD, High st, Epsom, Grocer.
Pet July 21. Ord July 22 July 19
Croydon. Pet July 19. Ord
BLATHERWICK, THOMAS, Nottingham, Painter, Nottingham. Pet July 2. Ord STEPHENSON, BENJAMIN, Gillygate, York, Beer Commission Agent. York. Pet
BRAYSHAY, WILLIAM WRIGHT, Birmingham, Hotel Proprietor. Birmingham. TAYLOR, WILLIAM, Stroud, Tailor. Gloucester. Pet July 22. Ord July 22
Pet July 2, Ord July 20
BROOKS, JAMES, Tiddington, Oxfordshire, Farrier. Aylesbury. Pet July 13. TURNER, HARRY, Remington st, City rd, Builder. High Court. Pet July 21.
Ord July 21
BROWN, DAVID, Walthamstow, Essex, Egg Merchant. High Court. Pet July Young, J ARTHUR, Victoria st, Westminster, Engineer. High Court, Fet June
18. Ord July 22
July 18. Ord July 18
CHESTERTON, ALBERT, Openshaw, nr Manchester, Watchmaker. Nottingham. ASHMELL, THOMAS JAMES, Belle Vue, nr Wakefield, out of business. Aug 2 at
Pet July 15. Ord July 21
CLEGHORN, DAVID MENZIES, and WILLIAM ROBSON CLEGHORN, Liverpool, IronATKINS, JAMES, Birkenhead, Licensed Victualler. Aug 3 at 2. Of Rec, 48, founders. Liverpool. Pet July 5 Ord July 21
COLLIER, JASPER, Kingston upon Hull, Smackowner. Kingston upon Hull. Pet BARNES, HENRY, "Old Kent rd, Lead Merchant. Aug 2 at 2.30. Bankruptcy July 22. Ord July 22
DART, CHARLES, Saltash, Cornwall, Builder. East Stonehouse. Pet July 21. BEHRENS, BENNETT, Swansea, Money Lender. Aug 4 at 3. Of Rec, 6, Rutland Ord July 22
DAVIES, WILLIAM, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire, Draper. BEVINGTON, EDWIN, Leigh, Lancs, Provision Dealer. Aug 3 at 11.30. 16, Wood July 18. Ord July 23
DAWES, ELIZABETH, Froningham, Lincolnshire, Pig Iron Maker. Oldbury. Pet BLAKE, GEORGE HENRY, Archer st, Westbourne grove, Greengrocer. Aug 2 at May 23. Ord July 23
Dixon, JAMES, and TON MITCHELL, Elland, Yorks, Musical Instrument Dealers. BLISS, ROBERT ENOCH, Birmingham, Fruiterer. Aug 9 at 11. 25, Colmore row, Halifax. Pet July 19. Ord July 21
DOBNEY, JOHN THREADGOLD, Pembroke st, Caledonian rd, Grocer. High Court. BUDDEN, WILLIAM ELIAS, Yarmouth, Boot Maker. Aug 3 at 2. Off Rec, New
Pet July 19.Ord July 21 port, I W
Ord July 21 EDWARDS, JOIN WARD, Bedford, Baker. Bedford. Pet July 21
9. Ord July 21
FIELD, FREDERICK, Evesham, Worcester, Market Gardener. Worcester. Pet
SALES OF ENSUING WEEK. July 19. Ord Suly 23 FRAMPTON, ROBERT WILLIAM, Ventnor, I W, Baker. Newport and Ryde. Pet Aug, 3.-Messrs. BAKER & Pons, in a Marquee on the Estate at Addlestone, at June 23. Ord June 24
2 p.m , Freehold Plots of Freeho'd Land (see advertisement, July 9, p.4) HALLIBURTON, JOHN GILL, Brampton, Cumberland, Saddler. Carlisle. Pet Aug. 3.-Messrs. EDWIN Fox & BOUSFIELD, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold July 21. Ord July 23
Building Site (see advertisement, July 16, p. 4). HANDS, ALBERT EDWARD, Halesowen, Worcester, Baker. Stourbridge. Pet Aug. 3.-Messrs. GEO. GOULDSMITH, SON, & Co., at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Business July 16. Ord July 16
Premises (see advertisement, July 23, p. 4). HESLOP, RICHARD, Mirfield, Yorks, Innkeeper. Dewsbury. Pet July 22. Ord Aug. 5.-Messrs. Norton. TRIST, & GILBERT, at the Mart, Reversions (sce ad. July 22
vertisement, July 9, p. 4). Hopson, FREDERICK GEORGE, Masbrough, Yorks, out of business. Sheffield.
Pet July 21. Ord July 21
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
BIRTHS. Pet July 23. Ord July 23
COCK -July 23, at Betchworth, Surrey, the wife of Alfred Cock. Q.C., of a son. JAMES. WILLIAM HENNIS, Queen Victoria st, Cafe Proprietor. High Court.
CREE.-July 22, at Nevern-road, s.W., the wife of Charles E. Cree, baarister-atPet July 20. Ord July 22
law, of a son. JENKINS, EVAN, Aberdare, Grocer. Aberdare. Pet July 21. Ord July 21 VICKERS -July 18, at Bedford-road, Clapham, the wife of Henry George Vickers, KEARNEY, JULIA, Manchester, Milliner. Manchester. Pet July 23. Ord July 23 barrister-at-law, of a son.
MARRIAGES. KNIGHT, FDMUND Stoke Prior, nr Bromsgrove, Farmer. Worcester. Pet July BOYD - SIMMS.-July 27, at St. Marylebone, John Boyd, advocate, Elinburgh, to
18. Ord July 23 LAING, JOSEPH, Stapenhill, Drug Keeper. Burton on Trent. Pet June 29. Ord
Ada Marian, daughter of the late Henry Simms, Bath July 22
RANDALL-BINNIE. -July 21, Eugene Thomas Randall, of Gray's-inn, solicitor, to LARRATT, ERNEST, Friday st, Skin Merchant. High Court. Pet July 20. Ord ROXBURGI -MORTLOCK —July 14. at Christ Church, Lancaster-gate, w... Francis
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desirable to retain, so as to enable the whole of the scheme to be In the Solicitors' Journal. Watson v. Strickland & Sons
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In the Weekly Reporter. present year. Those who are behind the scenes could probably
681 Barlow. In re, Barton v. Spencer.. 737 bear testimony to the extreme difficulty of inducing competent and Board of Trade, Ex parte, Re Dixon, In re, Dixon v. Smith...... 742 Brunder.....
Douglas, In re, Obert v. Barrow 140 busy men to undertake this laborious task, and we think we are
Holloway, In re, Young v. Hollo-
not far wrong in ascribing the comparative harmlessness of the D'Aragon, Ex parte, In the Matter Lishman v. Christie
744 criticisms bestowed on the Bill in the House of Lords to this of a Firm of Solicitors
Magnus v. Queensland National
cause. How many, we wonder, of the men to whom the legal Harvey v. Olliver
Maley, In the Goods of
764 critics of the Bill in the House of Lords look for inspiration King v. Chamberlayne
McManus v. Cooke
734 have studied the Act of 1875 ? It may be anticipated that Pashley v. Chapman .......
Palliser v. Gurney
760 the process Powell Bennett (deceased), Re..
consolidation will result in considerable amend. Feton, Laing, & Co. v. Lafone 749 Reynolds v. Coleman ......
675 Taylor & Co.v. Overseers of Pendle ments in details of the land transfer provisions. It is to be Rhodes, Re, Rhodes v. Rhodes.
ton Paville, Ex parte, Re Saville
Tomkinson y. South-Eastern Rail
762 hoped, for instance, that the doubt which exists (and we happen Pavile v. Couper...
758 to know is entertained in extremely well - informed quarters), Hager, Ex parte, Re Mansel
680 United Kingdom Mutual SteamToomer. Re, Hughes v. Bennett .. 678 ship Insurance Association (Lim
whether registered proprietorship under the Act confers any Union Bank of London v. Kent and
ited) v. Nevill... Others...
.......... 746 power to lease, will be removed. We referred to this question, 677 Witt v. Banner
ante, p. 622; and although we cannot say that we see much solid ground for the doubt, it is almost incredible that any ground at all
should be left for it. The important question now is as to the The Solicitors' Journal and Reporter. course which is to be taken with regard to next year's Bill. We
venture to repeat again the suggestion we have several times made, LONDON, AUGUST 6, 1887.
and which has been made by the Council of the Incorporated Law
Society, that the most satisfactory course will be to refer the draft CURRENT TOPICS.
Bill, in good time before its introduction, to the consideration of a
committee of conveyancing counsel and solicitors. There is very A NOTICE issued from Mr. Justice Kay's chambers repeats the little good in sending round the draft to individual eminent anů announcement in the general Vacation Notice, that the chambers busy members of the profession ; what is wanted is a small body of that judge will be open during the Long Vacation for vacation of these individuals, bound to meet and thresh out together the business, and that all applications to the Vacation Judge in provisions of the draft. chambers must be made at those chambers. Presumably this only applies to chancery business.
ONE MIGHT HAVE SUPPOSED that Re Morritt (35 W. R. 277, 18 Q. B. D. 222; discussed, ante, p. 137), which decided that the
power of sale conferred on mortgagees by the Conveyancing Act, MR. JUSTICE Kay announced in court on Thursday last that he i881, was repugnant to the Bills of Sale Act Amendment Act bas no arrears of adjourned summonses, nor any arrears at cham, of 1882, would have entirely put a stop to the practice of bers. There were several motions in Friday's list, and there will attempting to incorporate into mortgage bills of sale the be several petitions for Saturday. Subject to this interlocutory whole business, the learned judge is resuming the hearing of witness under that power;
or any part of the statutory provisions as to sales
but it seems that this is not the actions for the remainder of the sittings.
case. Lord Justice Fey, in delivering the judgment of himself and Lord Justice BOWEN in Watkins v. Evans (18 Q. B. D.,
at p. 379), is reported to have said :-" The decision of the THIS DAY (Saturday) will be the ninth of the days appointed by majority of the court in Ex parte Official Receiver, Re Morritt, Mr. Justice KEKEwich for the bearing in court of Manchester and has, we conceive, laid down this rule, that the power of sale given Liverpool District Registry cases. We are unable to discover that the by the Conveyancing Act of 1881 does apply to a bill of sale in cases heard during those days have averaged more than one a day. the statutory form, unless where, under the power given by the This is truly a great result from all the trouble which has been statutory form to add clauses for the maintenance of the security, taken to accommodate district registry suitors.
some other provision is introduced which shews that the power of sale given by the act of 1881 is unnecessary; and, further, that a power to seize, with the power of sale which thereupon arises, is
such a provision, and accordingly repels the introduction of the Mr. JUSTICE KEKEWICH, who has established a well-deserved statutory power of sale." This statement as to the effect of the reputation for rapidity in clearing off his list, has at last decision in Re Morritt is clearly incorrect. As pointed out, ante, p. encountered his match in a dispute between two London gas 138, it was held in that case by the Master of the Rolls and Corron, companies, the hearing of which commenced on Thursday. A LINDLEY, BOWEN, and Lopes, L.JJ., dissentiente Fry, L.J., that phalanx of distinguished leaders has taken ground before the the power of sale conferred on mortgagees by the Conveyancing learned judge, with briefs fully loaded with arguments, and sup- Act, 1881, was repugnant to the Bills of Sale Act Amendment Act, ported by a small army of juniors ; and the present intention of 1882, and therefore could not apply to mortgage bills of sale. The the forcë appears to be to keep up the siege to the end of the point on which Corron, LINDLEY, and Bowen, L.JJ., differed from
the Master of the Rolls and LOPES, L.J., was as to how the mortgagee under a bill of sale had power to sell; the three former
judges considering that he could sell under his common law rights IN ANNOUNCING, on Monday last, the abandonment of the Land after seizure and waiting for a reasonable time (i.e. five days as menTransfer Bill, Mr. W. A. Sulin is stated to have remarked that, it tioned in the Act); the two latter judges considering that he could had been received generally with great interest in the country,
,” sell under a power conferred by the Act of 1882. We hope that and that the Government “ had certainly hoped to have passed'it the misconception appearing in the judgment in Watkins v. Evan? into law this session." It is fortunate for the Government, and as to the effect of the decision in Re Morritt will be finally put at stil more so for the draftsmen, that this hope has not been realizad, end to by the judgments in Calvert v. Thomas (19 Q. B. Ď. 204), session would have been to rendere necessaris unext esion an dissented from the construction placed in the judgment in Watkins amending Act, exposing to the legal public the imperfections which v. Evans on the decision in Re Morritt. mature consideration and careful examination of the provisions of the Land Transfer Act, 1875, had revealed. We suppose we may take it for granted that when the Bill appears again it will be consolidated A RECENT DECISION of the House of Lords in Drummond v. Van with such of the provisions of the Act of 1875 as it is thought Ingpen, and the course of the litigation in that case, have led to a
renewal of the cry for the establishment of tribunals of commerce. A deputation representing twelve chambers of commerce in the
TRUSTEES' MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS. West Riding of Yorkshire waited on the Lord Chancellor last week The judgments delivered in the House of Lords in Learoyd v. to urge this demand, and met with an unusually, and perhaps un-Whiteley on Monday last are of great importance as apparently expectedly, favourable reception. The Lord Chancellor's observa. settling the long controsersy, to which our columns have fretions on the change which has been brought about in the present quently borne witness, as to the rule relating to the margin of metropolitan tribunals for the administration of commercial law value to be allowed on investments on mortgage by trustees. We are of so much interest and importance that they deserve to be have always contended, and, what is of more importance, Sir quoted. He said :
James Bacon, when on the bench, considered (Re Godfrey, 33 “When I first remember Westminster Hall and the City of London I W. R. 23), that the so-called "two-thirds” rule was not a hard commercial law it was impossible to obtain. You had the first merchants and fast rule binding on the court. Three or four years ago, in a of the City serving as jurors, and though they were not called commercial somewhat elaborate consideration of the subject, we traced the judges, they were in truth commercial judges. You had the direction of history of the so-called rule from its first enunciation, or supposed ibe law from the judge, and you had sitting in the jury box, as a general enunciation, in a remark made by Lord Cottenham in Stickney v. rule, twelve special jurymen of the City of London, all of them engaged Sevell (1 My. & Cr. 13), and we attempted to shew that this that that is so now. I quite admit that a change has come over the remark had been misapprehended, and that the so-called “rule," system by reason of an alteration, rightly or wrongly, of the jury system. if considered as a hard and fast rule, had very little authority to London, and those like them all over the country, rather complained that had, in Fry v. Tapson (33 W. R. 113), attempted to re-establish, and I believe, if the truth were known, the special jurors of the city of support it. That was so then ; but we wrote before Mr. Justice Kay special jury panel ought to be somewhat wider than it was. However, had specially approved, the doctrine in its most stringent form. The the fact is as I have stated it ; and I quite admit that under the changing opinion of the House of Lords on the matter was expressed on circumstances it may be necessary to make some alteration of the system.” Monday in the following terms:—“As a general rule, the law Everyone who knows the facts will admit that there has been a required of a trustee no higher degree of diligence in the execution change, though everyone will not admit that it is wholly due to of his office than a man of ordinary prudence would exercise in the the cause mentioned by the Lord Chancellor. Some will say that management of his own private affairs. Yet he was not allowed the London sittings at which the results described by him were the same discretion in investing the moneys of the trust as if he obtained were practically destroyed by the judges after their were a person sui juris dealing with his own estate. Business transfer, in 1883, to the Royal Courts. It will be remembered men of ordinary prudence might, and frequently did, select investthat it was not until the conference which took place in the early ments which were more or less of a speculative character; but it part of 1886 between the Lord Chief Justice and several leading was the duty of a trustee to confine himself to the class of investCity solicitors that any reasonable arrangements for the sittings ments which were permitted by the trust, and likewise to avoid all were adopted. But no change in the metropolitan courts investments of that class which were attended with hazard. So will meet the wishes of the present memorialists. They long as he acted in the honest observance of these limitations the want to have cheap and speedy commercial tribunals at their general rule already stated would apply. The courts of equity had doors. They have the common sense to recognize the necessity indicated and given effect to certain general principles for the for the presidency of a lawyer judge, but they insist on his being guidance of trustees in lending money upon the security of real assisted by commercial judges, and they propose that the tribunal estate. Thus it, had been laid down that, in the case of ordinary shall either be, or be connected with, the county courts, and that agricultural land, the margin ought not to be less than one-third appeals from the decisions of the tribunals shall be allowed on of its value; whereas in cases where the subject of the security questions of law, but not on matters of fact. We think that the derived its value from buildings erected upon the land, or its use memorialists make a mistake in insisting on commercial judges; for trade purposes, the margin ought not to be less than one-half. commercial assessors sitting with a judge would seem to answer He did not think these had been laid down as hard and fast limits every reasonable purpose, and would obviate the objection which up to which trustees would be invariably safe, and beyond which arises at once to a court of one lawyer and two commercial men they could never he in safety to lend, but as indicating the lowest viz., that the latter would overrule the lawyer on questions of margins which, in ordinary circumstances, a careful investor of law, and so lead to endless appeals. It is useless, however, to trust funds ought to accept." This appears to be very much ia criticize the proposals until they have taken shape in a Bill intro- accordance with our contention, and with Lord Cottenham's remark duced either by the Chamber of Commerce or (as seems not very above referred to, that “ to advance two-thirds is admitted to be unlikely) by the Government. The points to be noted are, on the within the rule of ordinary prudence.” one hand, that the commercial community are not satisfied with the The question immediately before the court in Whiteley F. present provision for the settlement of their disputes, and, on the Learoyd, however, related to another matter connected with other hand, that they are beginning to recognize the reasonableness of trustees investments on mortgage. An advance was made the objections we and others have for years urged to tribunals by trustees on mortgage of a freehold brickyard, buildings, aad of commerce unprovided with lawyer judges.
machinery, ard about ten acres of land containing beds of clay and coal. The property was reported on by an experienced sur,
veyor before the mortgage was taken, who stated that he considered The Benchers of Lincoln's-inn entertained on Wednesday afternoon
it a good security for £3,500, and there was evidence that the 600 poor children of the neighbourhood in the gardens of the innte Flora mortgagors had given £6,000 for the property, and had spent wich, also attended -- we presume " for the purpose of trial or hearing Bacon held (34 W. R. 450) that, although the money was lent on Justice Cotton was in command of the proceedings, and Mr. Justice Keke. £3,000 upon it before the date of the mortgage.' Vice-Chancellor only" of the entertainments provided for the delectation of the children. In the House of Commons, on Tuesday, Mr. Chamberlain asked the
the security of freehold land and buildings, the advance was, in fact, ment had appointed a committee to look into the working of the small ventured to question this decision at the time ; and the Court of Secretary to the Board of Trade whether it was a fact that the Govern securities” within the provisions of an investment clause. We
on the security of a trade, and that it was not an advance on “real table of the House ; and whether the Government at the same time could advance was on a "real security” within the investment clause ; tabre erat any objection to laying the report of such committee upon the Appeal sutsequently held (30 SOLICITORS' Journal, 672) that the lay upon the table any official information in regard to the working of the but they considered that the trustees had not sufficiently looked or Act which abolished imprisonment for debt in Scotland. Baron H. de inquired into the details of the valuer's report, and that in acting muibieet which was appointed by the Lord Chancellor toteconsider come upon it without inquiry or investigation they had not exercised ruptcy Act, 1883, and, with his lordship’s concurrence, ma copy of the exercised ; and therefore the court made them responsible for the report of the committee in question shall be laid on the tabie in the right investment. The House of Lords affirmed this decision, Lord question, the Board of Trade will communicate with the theorie Advocate appeared that the appellants had no information regarding the possess in regard to the working of the Act to which”the right ready subjects mortgaged except what was contained in the report of
their valuer. In his opinion the report was not such a document