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It was the duty of the husband to obey the order of the court. The reserved to be dealt with by the judge, before whom an application on order for attachment would go, but would lie in the office for seven days, the part of the respondents is to be made for a declaration that the rates and the child must be delivered to the mother. If the cbild were delivered were preferential payments within the Preferential Payments Act, 1888. within that time the writ would not issue. The child to be given up at Such costs, however, not to depend in any way on the results of such the residence of the husband at eleven o'clock on Saturday next and the application, but to be separately considered by such judge. wife to attend at the husband's residence on that day.-Counsel, Roskill; application be made, then such costs to be the liquidator's.--COUNSEL, Grazebrook. SOLICITORS, Emmet & Co., for Claude Leatham & Co., Wakefield ; C. E. Bovill ; Lewis Coward and Daldy. SOLICITORS, Piesse ģ Son; Scott-Lawson f Palmer, for Arthur Willey, Leeds.
W. Honey. [Reported by J. E. ALDOUS, Barrister-at-Law.]
[Reported by J. E. Aldous, Barrister-at-Law.]
Re THE COMPANIES ACTS, 1862 TO 1890 ; Re THE NATIONAL STORES
CASES OF LAST SITTINGS.
High Court-Chancery Division. (25 & 26 VICT. C. 89), s. 87.
SITWELL v. WORRALL. Bymne, J. 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 21st, This was a motion on behalf of the liquidator of the National Stores (Limited) that the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor for the COPYHOLDS-MINES-SPECIAL CUSTOM-SELLING TO HINDRANCE OF THE
22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 28th Feb.; 1st, 2nd, 14th March ; 10th Aug. Parish of Lambeth, their servants and agents, might be restrained from proceeding to levy a distress (a) upon the goods of the above-named
LORD'S SALES. company at 183, Lambeth-walk, Lambeth, in respect of the sum of The plaintiff in this case, Sir George Sitwell, was lord of the manor of £4 178. 6d., being the aggregate of two several sums of £2 16s. 10 d. and Eckington in Derbyshire, the defendants were copyhold tenants of the £2 Os. 7d., representing respectively the second moiety of a poor rate manor, and the action was for an injunction to restrain the defendants at 1s. 9d. in the pound made on the 16th of April last, and of a from working coal under their holdings, and selling it, without the vestry rate at 1s. 3d. in the pound, also made on the 16th of April | license of the lord. The defendants claimed to have the right to do this last; and (6) upon the goods of the above-named company at 151, under a special custom of the manor under which the tenants could get Brook-street, Lambeth, in respect of the sum of £3 10s. 6d., being coal under their lands and sell it so long as the sale thereof did not hinder the aggregate of two several sums of £2 1s. 1}d. and £1 9s. 410., any sale by the lord of his own coal. Previously to 1340 the manor had representing respectively the second moiety of a poor rate at 18. 9d. in been forfeited to the Crown, and in that year it was granted to Lord the pound, and a vestry rate at 1s. 3d. in the pound made on the 16th of Darcy. Upon the attainder of William Lord Darcy it came again to the April. It appeared from the affidavits that by an order of Wright, J., dated Crown in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, who granted it for a term of years the 17th of June last, the company was ordered to be wound up, and the to Lord Hunsdon, and it continued in the Carey family until the execution Official Receiver in Companies Winding-up, was appointed provisional of Charles I. Upon the Restoration it came again to the Crown, by whom liquidator. By an order made by Mr. Registrar Hope, also dated the it was granted to various persons for long terms of years, until the year 17th of June last, George White, of 14, Old Jewry-chambers, was 1804, when it was acquired by Sir Sitwell Sitwell, an ancestor of the appointed special manager of the business of the company until the plaintiff. The evidence for or against the alleged custom consisted of appointment of a liquidator or until further order, with power to entries upon the Court Rolls (which dated from the reign of Edward III), carry on the business of the company and to pay current wages of “mercies” accorded to and of fines put upon tenants for having gotten and expenses.
On the 4th of August, 1898, the statutory meet- coal without license, of certain surrenders and admittances under which ings of creditors and contributories of the company, which had mines were reserved; also of depositions in an action in the Court of Ex, been adjourned from the 14th of July, 1898, were held, and at such chequer in 1587, brought by the then lord against some of his tenants, and meetings, no other person being nominated, the official receiver became, and in particular of a presentment made by the jury at a Court Baron in 1685 now is, the liquidator of the company. The business of the company was of the customs of the manor, and of a Parliamentary survey made in 1649 that of general stores, and was carried on amongst other places ať 151, by virtue of a commission grounded upon an Act of the Commons of July of Brook-street and at 183, Lambeth-walk, both in the parish of Lambeth. that year for the sale of the honours, manors, and lands theretofore belong. On the 11th of August last, a summons was issued by Thomas Giles, one ing to the late Queen, and Prince. This Act was found in Scobell's of the collectors for the time being duly appointed by the church wardens “ Acts and Ordinances," p. 51. For about 100 years from 1587 there had and overseers of the poor of the parish of Lambeth, and addressed to “The been litigation between the lord or lady of the manor for the time being National Stores (Limited), in liquidation, George White, special and the tenants, which involved the same questions as were in dispute in manager,” requiring the attendance of the company to shew cause why the present action. If any of these various actions or suits had terminated two several amounts of £2 168. 10$d. and £2 0s. 71d., assessed in respect in a verdict or judgment, no record of any such could be found. The of the premises 183, Lambeth-walk, being a “second moiety of poor rate defendants had raised and sold about 3,000 tons of coal a year. The lord made the 16th of April, 1898, for six months at 1s. 9d. in the pound," and did not himself sell the coal of the manor, but leased it to lessees who a "second moiety of vestry rates made the 16th of April, 1898 (Lighting, worked it with an output of about 650,000 tons a year. General, and Sewers Rate), at 1s. 3d. in the pound for six months,” should Aug. 10.-BYRNE, "J.-The evidence of reputation afforded by the not be levied by distress. On the same date another summons was issued documents referred to down to the end of the seventeenth century, by Alfred Edmund Gent, one of the collectors for the time being duly shews that, unless displaced by evidence of a later date, there was, and appointed by the church wardens and overseers for the poor of the parish therefore is, a special custom of the manor whereby the tenant is entitled of Lambeth, also addressed to “ The National Stores (Limited), in liquida- to get and sell the coal underlying his copyhold land, provided that the tion, George White, special manager," requiring the attendance of the sale thereof does not hinder any sale by the lord of his own coal. As from liquidator to shew cause why two several sums of £2 18. 11d. and the end of the seventeenth century the lords of the manor apparently £1 98. 44d. assessed in respect of the premises 151, Brook-street, being a acquiesced in the view that a special custom did exist, and did not insist "second moiety of poor rate made the 16th of April, 1898, for six months on the necessity for a license, and were content to treat the old feud at 18. 9d. in the pound," and a “second moiety of vestry rates made the between lord and tenant as at an end. In the present century there is an said 16th of April (Lighting, General, and Sowers Rate), at 1s. 3d. in the abundant evidence of working, and I find no evidence to displace the pound for six months," should not be levied by distress. The summonses prior evidence of the custom. The hindrance of the sale of the lord's came before certain of Her Majesty's justices of the peace for the county coal means that if the lord is willing and able and ready to sell the coal; of London sitting at the Vestry Hall, Kennington-green, on Thursday, the the copyholder must not supply coal so as to prevent the lord selling all 18th of August, and an order was made in respect of each of such sum he wants to sell. The present case is not an action by the lessees of the monses enforcing the payment of the several sums for rates by distress lord's coal. I am not satisfied that if the defendants were to cease and sale of the company's goods and chattels at the premises 183, selling coal, all or any substantial part of the sales now made by them Lambeth-walk and 151, Brook-street. On the hearing of the would be effected by the lessees of the lord, and I think therefore that summonses it was submitted on behalf of the liquidator that no the defendants' acts are not "selling to the hindrance of the sales proceedings could be commenced againgst & company in liquida- of the lord.” Costs will be allowed on the higher scale.-COUNSEL, tion except by the leave of the court, and that no such leave had Cozens-Hardy, Q.C., Elton, Q.C., Eve, Q.C., and Kenyon Parker ; Warming, been applied for, and that therefore any such distress put in force against ton, Q.C., Upjohn, Q.C., and MacSwinney. SOLICITORS, Crnliffes t Davenport, the estate or effects of the company would be void. Orders were, how- for Ålderson, Son, g Dust, Sheffield ; Pilgrim f Phillips, for G. E. Wells, ever, made for the enforcement of payment of the rates by distress and Eckington. eale, but in order to give the liquidator time to take such steps to restrain
[Reported by NEVILLE TEBBUTT, Barrister-at-Law.] such distress and sale as he might be advised the warrant of distress was ordered not to issue until after the 29th of August, 1898. By section 87 of the Companies Act, 1862, “ When an order has been made for winding up a company under this Act no suit, action, or other proceeding shall be
Bankruptcy Cases. proceeded with or commenced against the company except with the leave of the court, and subject to such terms as the court may impose." In Re LORD ATHLUMNEY, Ex parte WILSON. Wright, J. 18th July and
12th August. of the Act of 1862, the justices had no power to order the distress to be BANKRUPTCY_SCHEME-Pnoor--INTEREST—BANKRUPTCY Act, 1890 (53 & levied. Upon behalf of the church wardens and overseers of the parish of
54 VICT, c. 71), f. 23. Lambeth it was not disputed that it was very doubtful whether the distress was the proper method of enforcing the rates. Applicaticn ought, the trustee under a deed of arrangement rejecting part of a proof. A
This was an appeal by the assignees of a creditor against the decision of probably, to have been made to the court for leave.
receiving order was made against the debtor early in 1890, and in June of PHILLIMORE, J., said that there would be an injunction as asked by the that year he assigned all his property to a trustee for the benefit of his notice of motion. The costs of the proceedings before the justices to be creditors to be administered as in bankruptcy. The usual preferential
payments were to be first discharged and the remainder of the assets to be section 2 was included in the exceptions. That section ran as follows: distributed rateably among the creditors according to the law of “No parent or other person shall be liable to any penalty under section 29 bankruptcy. The appellant proved for a debt and interest at a consider or section 31 of the Vaccination Act of 1867 if within four months from ably higher rate than 5 per cent., and his claim for interest above 5 per the birth of the child he satisfies two justices, or a stipendiary or cent. was rejected by the trustee in reliance upon the terms of section metropolitan police magistrate, in petty sessions, that he conscientiously 23 of the Bankruptcy Act, 1890 : " Where a debt has been proved upon believes that vaccination would be prejudicial to the health of the child, a debtor's estate under the principal Act, and such debt includes interest, and within seven days thereafter delivers to the vaccinating officer for the or any pecuniary consideration in lieu of interest, such interest or con district a certificate by such justices or magistrate of such conscientious sideration shall, for the purposes of dividend, be calculated at a rate not objection.". To begin with, said his worship, referring to the opening exceeding 5 per centum per annum without prejudice to the right of a words of the section, there was absolutely nothing to show who was the creditor to receive out of the estate any higher rate of interest to which “ other person " referred to-whether the guardian or acting guardian. he may be entitled after all the debts proved in the estate have been paid In the second place, that was not a court of “petty sessions"; and, in full.” The appellant contended that the deed under which he proved thirdly, the section contained no intimation or direction as to how the having been executed in June, 1890, could not be affected by the above justices or police magistrates were to be "satisfied,” whether by declarasection, because the Bankruptcy Act of 1890 did not come into force until tion or affidavit or oath or anything as far as he could see. No certificate the 1st of January, 1891.
or form of any kind accompanied the Act. Applicant.-Will your WRIGHT, J., allowed the appeal, holding that in the absence of any worship take my word ? Mr. Curtis Bennett.-I do not know, I am sure, express words to that intent he would not be justified in giving a retro what I am to do. The Act of Parliament says I am to be satisfied you spective effect to the section in question, and that the law of bank have a conscientious objection. I do not know whether you are simply to ruptcy" according to which the scheme was to be administered meant the come here and say so and then go away, or what you are to do. You law in operation at the date of the making of the scheme.-COUNSEL, might never satisfy me. I do not understand the Act. I have seen you, Herbert Reed, Q.O., and Frank Mellor; E. Tindal Atkinson, Q.C., and and you have told me you have a conscientious objection. I do not know Herbert Jacobs.
Collyer-Bristow, Russell, Hill, for whether that is enough. To satisfy myself I might want to have the doctor Laterack & Son, Hull; Kaye f. Guedalla.
and all sorts of people called. Applicant.-But the doctor could not tell you [Reported by P. M. FRANCKE, Barrister-at-Law.]
about my conscience. The magistrate.--It might be very material, What you had better do is to go to the Local Government Board and tell them what I have said, and point out the difficulties of their Act of Parliament. It evidently does not apply to metropolitan magistrates,
because they do not sit in petty sessions; but if it does, it does not say LEGAL NEWS.
how we are to be satisfied. Applicant, in withdrawing, apologised for OBITUARY.
troubling the court. Mr. Curtis Bennett.-I am glad you came; it has
enabled me to examine the Act. Sir John HENRY FAWCETT, late Judge of the Supreme Court of the Levant, died in Jersey on the 22nd inst., at the age of sixty-seven. He was the son of Mr. John Fawcett, of Petterhill Bank, Carlisle, and was educated at Rugby and Trinity College, Cambridge. He was called to
THE PROPERTY MART. the bar at the Middle Temple in 1857, was made Judge of the Supreme
SALES OF THE ENSUING WEEK. Court of the Levant in 1875, and Chief Judge and Consul-General for Turkey in 1877. He was created a K.C.M.G. in 1887. He married Aug. 31.-Mr. ROBERT Mack, at the Offices of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Gateshead
Gas Co., in Newcastle, at 12, £12,500 of the Company's 33 per cent. Stock. (See Amelia, daughter of Mr. Evelyn Houghton, in 1874.
advertisement, this week, back page.) The death is announced of Mr. WILLIAM WALDRON RAVENHILL,
Sept. 1.-Messrs. H. E. Foster & CRANFIELD, at the Mart, at 2: barrister-at-law.
REVERSIONS: He was educated at Marlborough and University To a Legacy of £1,700, amply secured ; lady aged 66. Solicitors, Messrs. J.T. College, Oxford, where he took his degree in 1858. Having been called to
Freeman & Co., London. the bar in 1862, he joined the Western Circuit, and was appointed To One-seventh of a Trust Fund represented by £7,000 Wigan Corporation Recorder of Andover in 1872. He had been revising barrister for the
Stock ; lady aged 80. Solicitors, Messrs. Hartley & Co., London.
To One-fourth Shạre of a Trust Estate represented by Bank and Colonial Stocks, Petersfield, Andorer, and Basingstoke divisions of Hants.
Freeholds, &c., value £24,000; lady aged 53 (with conditions). Solicitor,
S. B. Carnley, Esq., Alford,
Of £36, payable by the Prudential Assurance Co., with policy ; lady aged 36.
Solicitors, Messrs. Clarke & Symes, London. Mr. JOHN STANLEY, Q.C., of the Irish Bar, has been appointed a Judge POLICY: of the High Court of Judicature at Calcutta in succession to Mr. Justice
For £1,500 ; life 52; premium £35 128. 6d.; bonus additions £674, Solicitors Trevelyan.
Messrs. C. & E. Woodroffe, London.
annum. Solicitors, Messrs. Chaproniere & Co., London.
(See advertisements, this week, back page.) It has been virtually decided to provide the Royal Courts of Justice with lifts at an early date for the accommodation of those having business at the offices and chambers situated on the upper floors of the building. It is understood that about four lifts will be erected for this purpose, of chasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary Arrangements thoroughly
WARNING TO INTENDING House PURCHASERS AND LESSEBS.--Before pur. which two will be situated in the east block, and one each in the western and main blocks.
Examined, Tested, and Reported Upon by an Expert from Messrs. Carter
Bros., 65, Victoria-street, Westminster. Fee quoted on receipt of full An appeal case arising under the Agrioultural Rates Act, 1896, came particulars. (Established 21 years.)--[Advt.] before the Alcester bench on the 22nd inst. Mr. Arthur L. Chance, of Great Alne-hall, Alcester, appealed against the poor rate assessment on the ground that the grass land to the extent of 65 acres, described in the assessment as park land, and assessed upder that head at 23. in the pound
WINDING UP NOTICES. as not being agricultural land, should be assessed as agricultural land at
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Aug. 19. the rate of 18. in the pound. Mr. Chance stated that the land was used as
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. agricultural land for profit, and not for pleasure in any way. After a
LIMITED IN CHANGERY. long hearing the bench allowed the appeal.
"'ARCHITECTURE,” LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Aug 18, directed to be heard Upon taking his seat in court on Wednesday morning, Mr. Justice on Aug 31. Martin & Nicholson, Queen st, solors for petner. Notice of appearing must Phillimore said : I understand that of late years it has been considered
reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Aug 27 that those who wish to have their marriages dissolved cannot be expected
"BAMBOO QUEEN” AND “REWARD MINES, LIMITED” (IN LIQUIDATION) --- Creditors are re
quired, on or before Oct 7, to send in their names and addresses, and the particulars of to wait until after the Long Vacation, and the duty of making the decrees their debts or claims, to George Braggiotti, 2 and 3, Birchin lane absolute is imposed upon the Vacation Judge. I was not consulted about
CAMBRIDGE, LIMITED Creditors are required, on or before Sept 27, to send their names this, but, on the whole, I have come to the conclusion that it is my duty
and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Arthur Goddard, St
George's House, Eastcheap to register these decrees. But I cannot take this step without, as a JOHN MORRIS & Co, LIMITED-By an order made by Wright, J, dated Aug 10, it was Christian man, saying how sorry I am on social, moral, and religious
ordered that the voluntary winding up of the company be continued. Piesse & Son, grounds that these tacilities should be given to persons to dissolve the
Old Jewry chmbrs, solors for petners
NEW JULIA NITRATE Co, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Aug 8, directed to be marriages they have contracted. But that which the State, in its wisdom heard before Phillimore, J, on Wednesday, Aug 31. Freshfields & Williams, old or unwisdom, has decreed must be carried out by the officers of the law, Jewry, solors to petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later and as I neither make nor unmake marriages, except as a civil officer, for
than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Aug 30
NORTH OF ENGLAND LAUNDRY CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Sept 30, that purpose the decrees nisi must be made absolute. Decrees nisi were
to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to made absolute in nineteen cases.
William James Atkinson, 9, Bridge st, Morpeth. Land & Foster, solors to liquidator At Marylebone, on the 20th inst., says the Times, an important applica
RAILWAYS AND GENERAL Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before sept 30, to
send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Robert tion under the new Vaccination Act was made to Mr. Curtis Bennett. A Peter Laurie, Hardres court, Canterbury. Pollitt, Manchester, solor to liquidators gentleman applied to his worship under section 2 of the Act, whereby,
ROYAL Carl Rosa OPERA Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 1, to send he said, he was empowered to make an affidavit,of his conscientious
their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Edward
Charles Hoile, 16, Queen Victoria st, Westminster. Hargrove & Co, Victoria st, solors objection to his child being vaccinated. The magistrate remarked that to liquidator the Act only reached him the previous day, having received the Royal SOUTHAMPTON HOTELS, LIMITED Creditors are required, on or before Sept 20, to send Assent on the 12th inst. He noticed that it did not come into operation
their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Alfred
Andrew Burnett, 2, High st, Southampton. Candy & Candy, Southampton, solors to until the 1st of January next, “except as specially provided," and liquidator
LAST DAY OF CLAIX.
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Aug. 9.
Hawes, Great Winchester st
TONYPANDY INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or
before Oct 29, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Aug. 23.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
that the voluntary winding up of the company be continued. Smith & Hudson, Minc
ing lane, solors for petners GLENFINLÁS SYNDICATE, LIMITED--Creditors are required, on or before Oct 4, to send their
Dames and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to L.'J. Ferguson,
care of Robert Kerr & Son, 19, Hanover st, Liverpool. Williamson, Liverpool, solor MACCLESFIELD CO-OPERATIVE Fustiax CUTTERS' SOCIETY, LIMITED- All persons having
claims are required to forward full particulars to Thomas Wood, 10, Norfolk st, Man
chester, on or before Sept 20 WILLIAMSON & Sons, CIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Aug 17, directed to be
heard on Aug 31 Timbrell & Deighton, 44, King William st, solors for petner Notice
FRIENDLY SOCIETY DISSOLVED.
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Aug. 12.
Dean, Romer, J Druces & Attlee, Billiter sq
James, King's Bench walk, Temple
J Phillips, Finsbury circus
Wedmore, Kekewich, J Abbot, Bristol
OLARK, MATEO, New Broad st, Railway Contractor Aug | HARRISON, Joux, Leeds Leeds Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16
HENTON, FRANK WALTER, King William st, Strand,
Electrical Engineer High Court Pet July 14 Ord
HOBBS, ROBERT, Ogmore Vale, Glam, Bootmaker Cardiff
Pet Aug 15 Ord Aug 15
JAMES, HANNAH Maria, Ventnor, I of W, Fruiterer NewBARTLETT, WALTER, Hounslow Brentford Pet May 7
at 11 Off Rec, 29, Queen st, Cardiff Ord Aug 16 FELDMAN, MORIS, Duke st, Aldgate, Wine Merchant Aug Jones, Hubert, Birmingham, Agent Birmingham Pet
port_Pet Aug 17 Ord Aug 17 BELL, GEORGE HUNTER, Newtown, Montgomery, Piano
26 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st forte Tuner Newtown Pet Aug 15 Ord Aug 15 Fisher, GEORGE HANNAY, Rochdale, Tea Merchant Aug JORDAN, JAMES, Bhebbear, Devons, Farmer Barnstaple
Aug 15 Ord Aug 15 BENTLEY, JOHN HENRY, Holmfirth, York, Solicitor Hud
26 at 11.30 Townhall, Rochdale dersfield Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 12 FOSTER, JAMES, GEORGE ARTHUR Rawson, and JAMES Knowlson, James, Leeds, Boot Manufacturer Leeds Pet
Pet Aug_4 Ord Aug 15 BERRY, THOMAS, Llanelly, China Dealer Carmarthen Pet
Rowe, Leicester, Boot Manufacturers Aug 26 at 12.30
May 13 Ord Aug 16 Aug 13 Ord Aug 13
Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester
KYTE, BENJAMIN, Cardiff, Butcher Cardiff Pet Aug 16 BOULTWOOD, JOSEPH, Enfield, Plumber Edmonton Pet GALLOWAY, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Brighton, Fishmonger
Ord Aug 16 Aug 13 Ord Aug 13
Aug 29 at 3 Off Rec, 4, Pavilion bldgs, Brighton
LONG, CHARLES, Plymouth, Photographer Plymouth Pet Cannings, MARGARET, New Bond st High Court Pet GIBBONS, WILLIAM, Tiverton, Builder Sept 1 at 10.30 Off
Aug 15 Ord Aug 15 July 21 Ord Aug 15
Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter CLEVELAND, FREDERICK WILLIAM, New Bridge st High HALMsHAw, GEORGE ALFRED, Doncaster, Bookseller Aug McCox, WILLIAM Jour, Kingston upon Hull, Hosier
Kingston upon Hull Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16 Court Pet July 26 Ord Aug 15
26 at 2.30 Off Rec, Figtree lane, Sheffield
PABGETEE, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Radclive cum Chackmore, COURTNEY, WILLIAM Henby, Moseley, Clerk Birmingham HESELTINE, THOMAs, Earlsheaton, nr Dewsbury, Teamer
Bucks, Coal Dealer Banbury Pet Aug 2 Ord Aug 11 Pet Aug 15 Ord Aug 15
Aug 26 at 3 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley
PaulET, WILLIAM VICTOR, King st, St James's High CRAWSHAY, HENRY JAMES, Cheltenham High Court Pet Hobson, Tom ALFRED, Doncaster, Cycle Dealer Aug 26 at
Court Pet May 26 Ord Aug 17 June 27 Ord Aug 15
11 Off Rec, 6, Bond ter, Wakefield ELLAM, J G D, West st, Moorgate st, Stock Dealer High LEAPMAN, Lewis, Durley rd, Stamford Hill, Watchmaker STRONG, EBENEZER George, Grangetown, Cardiff, Grocer
Cardiff Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16 Court Pet June 24 Ord Aug 12
Aug 26 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
SUMMERS, SOLOMON, Birmingham, Warehouseman
BirELLIS, ERNEST, Westgate, Cleckheaton, Artist Bradford
MCGREGOR, ALEXANDER GRANT, Kingston upon Hull, Pet Aug 15 Ord Aug 15 Ship Builder Aug 26 at 11 off Řec, Trinity House TAYLOR, BHEMELDS, Forest Hall, Northumberland, Como
mingham Pet Aug 15 Ord Aug 15 FIELDING, Fred, Abertillery, Mon, Grocer Tredegar
mercial Traveller Newcastle on Tyne Pet June 29 Pet Aug 17 Ord Aug 17 MARSH, JOHN THOMAS, Mossley, Lancs, Clerk Aug 26 at
Ord Aug 15 FINCA, ALICE, Thomas Finch, and HARRY FINCH, Parbold,
2.30 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester Lancs, Grocers Wigan Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16 MERRYFIELD, ALBERT, Bleasby, Notts Aug 26 at 12 Off
THOMPSON, THOMAS, Mawbray, Cumberland, Innkeeper
Carlisle Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16 FOLEY, WILLIAM, Preston, Musical Instrument Dealer
Rec, 4, Castle place, Park st, Nottingham
WHITE, SIDNEY, Cardiff Cardiff Pet Aug 12 Ord Aug 19 Preston Pet Aug 15 Ord Aug 16
RaxTZEN, ISAAC ABRAHAM, Maida Vale Sept 1 at 12 FREED, NATHAN, Aberdare, Furniture Dealer Aberdaro
Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Wright, James WILLIAM, Blackpool, Tailor's Assistant Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16
Robson, MARY JANE, West Hartlepool, Dressmaker Aug Preston Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16 GREENACRE, HENRY, North Runcton, Norfolk, Farmer
26 at 3 Off Rec, 25, John st, Sunderland King's Lynn Pet Aug 17 Ord Aug 17
ROURKE, CHARLES JOSEPH, Old Trafford, Lancs, ComHOBBS, ROBERT, Ogmore Vale, Glam, Bootmaker Cardiff mercial Traveller Aug 26 at 3 Off Rec, Byrom st,
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Aug. 23.
ANDREWS, SAMUEL, Exeter, Grocer
Exeter Pet Aug 20 tingham Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 15 Bankruptcy bldgs, Careyst
Ord Aug 20 JAMES, Hannah Maria, Ventnor, Fruiterer Newport Pet
SHEPPARD, DAVID, Kilburn, Refreshment Contractor Sept Aug 17 Ord Aug 17
1 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
ARTHUR, SIDNEY HERBERT FITZGERALD, Strand, AdvertisJones, HUBERT, Birmingham, Agent Birmingham Pet SIVETTA, FREDERICK, New Cross rd, Compositor Aug 31
ing Agent High Court Pet May 26 Ord Aug 9 Aug 15 Ord Aug 15
at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
BELLAMY, JOHN HENRY, Gt Grimsby, Smackowner's ManaKYTE, BENJAMIN, Cardiff, Butcher Cardiff Pet Aug 16 SLATER, HENBY GLADSTONE, Burnley, Weaver Aug 26 at
ger Gt Grimsby_Pet Aug 17 Ord Aug 17
CHADWICK, ARTHUR Bertram, Egginton, Derbys Burton Ord Aug 16
2 Exchange Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley Loxo, CHARLES, Plymouth, Photographer Plymouth Pet SUMNER, WILLIAM Thomas, Horsham, Sussex, School- CLARKSON, WILLIAM, Loughborough, Baker
on Trent Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16 Aug 16_Ord Aug 15
master Aug 26 at 2 King's Head Hotel, Horsham
Pet Aug 18 Ord Aug 18
Aug 29 at 11 Off
COATES, John, South Bank, York, Carter Stockton on Tees
Pet Aug 19 Ord Aug 19 McCoy, WILLIAM John, Kingston upon Hull, Hosier
Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
CONNOLLY, Joux, Sunderland, Innkeeper
Pet Aug 17 Ord Aug 17
at 11 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT, Luton, Bedford, Travelling Draper Pet June 28 Ord Aug 17
WESTERN, JOHN ADAMS, Knaresborough, Yorks, Brush
Luton Pet Aug 18 Ord Aug 18
Dyson, GEORGE Francis, Westbar, Sheffield, Licensed under Lyne Pet Aug 5 Ord Aug 15
gate, York NESMYTH, HENRY GEORGE, Chertsey, Builder Kingston,
WHITE, SIDNEY, Cardiff Aug 30 at 11.30 of Rec, 29, EcoTT, SRILLMAN, & Co, Walthamstow, Builders High Surrey_Pet Aug 17 Ord Aug 17 Queen st, Cardiff
Court Pet July 12 Ord Aug 19 NEWMAN, WILLIAM, Penge, Surrey, Confectioner Croydon
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Aug 26 at 2.30 Off Rec, 40, St Mary's gate, Derby
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facturers High Court Pet Aug 2 Ord Aug 19 PAGET, HENRY FENWICK, South Hampstead, Stockbroker
ADJUDICATIONS. High Court Pet July 22 Ord Aug 17
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Aug 16 Ord Aug 16
FIELDS, Charles, Scarborough, Ship Chandler ScarPOTTER, CHARLES WILLIAM, Twickenham Brentford Pet ATTRIDE, ARTHUR ERNEST, Thavies inn, Holborn circus, borough Pet Aug 19 Ord Aug 19 July 22 Ord Aug 16
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Gill, George, Heavitree, Devons, Horse Slaughterer SUMMERS, SOLOMON, Birmingham, Warehouseman Bir BINGHAM, RICHARD CHARLES William, Winchester Win Exeter Pet Aug 18 Ord Aug 18 mingham Pet Aug 15 Ord Aug 15
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HALL, JOHN JAMES, Dover, Builder Canterbury Pet Aug THOMPSON, THOMAS, Mawbray, Cumberland, Innkeeper BOULTWOOD, Joseph, Enfield, Plumber Edmonton Pet 15 Ord Aug 15 Carlisle Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16
Aug 13 Ord Aug 13
Hansen, Steen, Liverpool, Boarding house Keeper LiverVICABY, ROBERT, Bedminster, Grocer Bristol Pet Aug Coney, ARTHUR EDWARD, Sleaford, Lincs, Cabinet Maker 16 Ord Aug 16
Boston Pet July 23 Ord Aug 16
HARDWICK, GEORGE, Sheffield, Boot Maker Sheffield Pet WRIGHT, JAMES WILLIAM, Blackpool, Tailor's Assistant ELLIS, ERNEST, Cleckheaton, Artist Bradford Pet Aug 15 Aug 18 Ord Aug 18 Preston Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16
Ord Aug 15
HELLER, Charles, and Sigismund Heller, Manchester, FELDMAN, MORIB, Duke st, Aldgate, Wine Merchant High General Merchants Manchester Pet "Aug 19 On FIRST MEETINGS. ADDISON, WALTER, Ipswich, Seed Merchant Aug 26 at
Fisch, ALICE, THOXAS Fixti, ana d'Harry Fisch, Parbola, Arcock, WALTER Isaac, Hilperton, Wilts, Wheelwright 2.30' Off Rec, 36, Princes st, Ipswich Lancs, Grocers Wigan Pet July 18 Ord Aug 16
Bath_Pet Aug 20 Ord Aug 20
FOLEY, WILLIAM, Preston, Musical Instrument Dealer INGRAM, Thomas, Walsall, Butcher
FREED, NATHAN, Aberdare, Furniture Dealer Aberdare JONES, FALBERICK, New Wandsworth, Electrical Engineer at 3 Off Rec, 95, Temple chbrs, Temple avenue BELL, JOSEPH EDWARD, Wolverhampton, Hosier Aug 30
GIBBONS, WILLIAW, Tiverton, Builder Exeter Pet July KELSEX, EXOTEK, Kiebrane High Courte Pet July 21 Oni at 11 Off Rec, Wolverhampton BLACKBURN, JABBZ FRISBY, Stocksbridge, Yorks, Draper
GREENACRE, MONEY, North_ Runcton, Norfolk, Farmer KEREST, I D, Moorgate st, Company Promoter High Aug 26 at 2 Off Rec, Figtree lane, Sheffield King's Lynn Pet Aug 17 Ord Aug 17
Court Pet July 4 Ord Aug 17
Walsall Pet Aug 19
KING, ERNEST SAMUEL, and WILLIAM HENRY NEWSHAM, GEE, JOHN Wood, Walsall, Glass Dealer Aug 31 at 11 Dyson, GEORGE FRANCIS, Westbar, Sheffield, Licensed Bermondsey st, Leather Factors High Court Pet Aug Off Rec, Walsall
Victualler Sheffield Pet Aug 19 Ord Aug 19 19 Ord Aug 18
HALL, JOHN James, Dover, Builder Sept 1 at 3.30 Bank EMMIBON, JAMES GEORGE, Southport, Advertising ConKNOWLES, FRANK, Finsbury Park rd High Court Pet July ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
tractor Liverpool Pet July 8 Ord Aug 19 18 Ord Aug 17
HOPEWELL, HXNRY, Nottingham, Insurance Agent Aug FIELDB, CHARLES, Scarborough, Ship Chandler ScarLEACH, ROBERT, Preston, Coal Agent Preston
borough Pet Aug 19 Ord Aug 19 19 Ord Aug 19
HUGHES, JOHN CHARLES, Birmingham, Cycle Maker Aug GEE, JOHN Wood, Walsall, Glass Dealer Walsall Pet LEVY, DAH, Maida Vale, Commercial Traveller High 30 at 11 14, Corporation st, Birmingham
Aug 8 Ord Aug 18 Court Pet June 17 Ord Aug 17
ISBERN, ARTHUR FREDERICK, Kelvedon, Essex, Innkeeper Gill, GEORGE, Heavitree, Devons, Horse Slaughterer MCFETRICH, GEORGE, Sheffield, Parcel Delivery Agent Sept 20 at 11.15 Cups Hotel, Colchester
Exeter Pet Aug 18 Ord Aug 18 Sheffield Pet Aug 19 Ord Aug 19
Jones, ROBERT, Llanfairfechan, Carnarvons, Boot Dealer Hall, John, Kidderminster, General Draper KidderMANNERS, EDWARD, Northallerton, Farmer Northallerton Aug at 3.30 Crypt cbmbrs, Eastgate row, Chester
minster Pet Aug 2 Ord Aug 17 Pet July 16 Ord Aug 18
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ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
XELLER, CHARLES, and SIGISMUND HELLER, Manchester, MOTTRAM, David, Manchester, Fireman Manchester Pet KNOWLSON, James, Leeds, Boot Manufacturer Sept 5 st General Merchants Manchester Pet Aug 19 Ord Aug 18 Ord Aug 18 11 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
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mission Agent Sept 1 at 1 Bankruptoy bldgs, Carty st Wandsworth Pet Aug 18 Ord Aug 19 PHILLIPS, DAVID, Neath, Glam, Grocer Neath Pet Aug MOTTRAM, DAVID, Manchester, Fireman ‘Aug 31 at 3.15 KELLY, EDWARD, Chandlersford, Southampton, Lieu19 Ord Aug 19 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester
tenant Winchester Pet June 17 Ord July 21 PYWELL, GEORGE, Higham Ferrers, Northamptons, Grooer | NEWMAN, WILLIAM, Penge, Surrey, Confectioner Ang 81 KING, ERNEST SAMUEL, and WILLIAM HENRY NEWSHAM, Northampton Pet Aug 19 Ord Aug 19 at 11,30 24, Railway app, London Bridge
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Aug 18 Ord Aug 16
Sept 5 at 12 Bankruptcy bldge, Carey st
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6 at 2 Off Rec, 36, Princes st, Ipswich
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2, Offa st, 19 Ord Aug 19 High Court Pet July 30 Ord Aug 18
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11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
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Off Rec, 5, Petty Cury, Cambridge
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Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
mouth Pet Aug 3 Ord Aug 19 Croydon Pet July 25 Ord July 25
WALTON, FRANK, and MARIAN WALTON, Walsall, Musical SEBRIGHT, ARTHUR E, South Kensington High Court Pet
Instrument Dealers Aug 31 at 11.30 Off Rec, Wal June 2 Ord Aug 18 Amended notice substituted for that published in the
SOLCBERG, LEOPOLD, Cambridge, Tobacconist Cambridge London Gazette of August 16 :
WARD, Owen, and John HOWARD JONES, Birmingham, Pet Aug 18 Ord Aug 18 ROURKE, CHARLES Joseph, Old Trafford, Lancs, Commercial Money Lenders Sept 2 at 11 174, Corporation st, STEAD, JOHN WILLIAM, Scarborough, Hotel Keeper ScarTraveller Salford Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10 Birmingham
borough Pet Aug 18 Ord Aug 18 FIRST MEETINGS.
WARD, THOMAS SWALES, Gt Grimsby, Draper Aug 30 at Srone, CHARLES ROBERT, Crutched Friors, Licensed 3 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
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master Carmarthen Pet Aug 20 Ord Aug 20 BERRY, THOMAS, Llanelly, China Dealer Aug 30 at 11.30 Wilson, THOMAS, Berwick, Cabinet Maker Aug 31 at 11.30 UNSWORTH, ERNEST, Disley, Cheshire, Paper Stainer Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen Off Rec, 30, Mosley st, Newcastle on Tyne
Stockport Pet July 12 Ord Aug 16 Browx, Sarah ELLEN, Blackpool, Wool Dealer Aug 31 at Wilson, THOMAS, Leeds, Broker Aug 31 at 12 Off Rec, WHITE, E, Borough rd, Beerhouse Keeper High Court 3 Off Rec, 14, Chapel st, Preston 22, Park row, Leeds
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Amended notice substituted for that published in the Chadwick, ARTHUR BERTRAM, Egginton, Derbys Aug 30 YARWOOD, THOMAB, Northwich, Coal Merchant Aug 30 at
London Gazette of July 12: at 11 Off Rec, 40, St Mary's gate, Derby
10.45 Royal Hotel, Crewe
Ross, EMMET Holmes, Copthall avenue High Court Pet CLARKE, GEORGE EDWARD, Wolverhampton, Cycle Manu
May 26 Ord July 7 facturer Aug 31 at 4 Off Rec, Wolverhampton
Amended notice substituted for that published in the
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London Gazette of August 5: CRAWSHAY, HENRY JAMES, Cheltenham Aug 31 at 1
JOHN HENRY, Gt Grimsby, Smackowner's Man- MOYCE, HENRY MICHAEL, Redhill, Surrey, Cattle Dealer Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st DAVIES, EDWARD WILLIAM, Berriew, Montgomery, Butcher ChadwICK, ARTHUP Bertram, Egginton, Derbys
ager Gt Grimsby Pet Aug 17 Ord Aug 17
Croydon Pet July 25 Ord July 30
Burton Sept 10 at 12.30 1, High st, Newtown on Trent Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 16
Amended notice substituted for that published in the
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ROURKE, CHARLES JOSEPH, Old Trafford, Lancs, Com, 31 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
mercial Traveller Salford Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 10
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Coates, John, South Bank, York, Carter
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