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of every rule there was a fine. If a member was absent for the whole space of a meeting; if he attended, but came after 8 o'clock ; if, being
LEGAL NEWS. president, he omitted to call the meeting in due form, or to bring with
OBITUARY. him the key of the chest ; if he proposed any wager "on any pretence whatever"; if, being elected treasurer, he did not attend the meeting Mr. Martin ARCHER Shee, Q.C., died at Brighton on Tuesday last. next after his election; if, during a meeting, he departed without leave; Mr. Shee was the second son of Sir Martin Archer Shee, P.R.A., and was for these offences and many more too numerous to specify he was liable born in 1804. He was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in 1839, to be fined in amounts ranging from £5 to 1s. Nor were these fines and took silk in 1868. lightly pretermitted ; the penalty whenever and by whomever incurred was impartially exacted. Thus, on the first page of the minute-book now
APPOINTMENT. extant, we ind under date 6th of September, 1774, the following entry :
Mr. EDWARD SNOW FORDHAM has been appointed a Metropolitan Police "The president, Mr. Daniel Burges, having omitted to summon the members, agreeable to the rules of the society, is adjudged to have Magistrate in the room of Mr. James L. Hannay, resigned. Mr. Ford
ham was called to the bar in 1883, and is a member of the Midland circui' forfeited the sum of 53., as witness his hand, 'D. Burges.' The odd thing is that the same president was guilty of the same omission the
CHANGES IN PARTNERSHIPS, &c. following fortnight, for a similar entry appears in the minutes of the
D18SOLUTION. next meeting. Indeed, most presidents made themselves liable for the same omission. Perhaps they found it cheaper, and it certainly was less John AUGUSTUS Francis ELTOFT and HARRY ELTOFT, solicitors (Eltoft troublesome, to pay the fine than to summon the members, some of & Eltoft), Manchester. August 31. All debts due to and owing by the whom lived at a distance from Bristol. At any rate, the omission said late firm will be received and paid by the said John Augustus benefited the funds of the society, as, in addition to the fine payable by Francis Eltoft.
[Gazette, Sept. 6. the president, there were the fines payable by absentees, which such an EDMUND Wilson and HAROLD INCH BALD Wilson, solicitors (E. & H. omission would, of course, tend to multiply. Again, it is the duty of the Wilson), Red Hall, Leeds. September 1. All debts due to and owing by truthful historian to record that, in spite of the rule against wagering, the said 'late firm will be received and paid by the said Edmund Wilson. many members so far forgot themselves as to back their opinions with the
[Gazette, Sept. 9. sanction of a bet, to the satisfaction, we may safely believe, of the treasurer for the time being. The favourite investments for the funds of the society were turnpike
GENERAL. tickets and State lottery tickets, one of the latter securing a prize of £20. The annual report of the proceedings of the London County Council for The society as a whole might gamble, though its members individually the year ended the 31st of March, 1898, has just been published. It might not.
forms a bulky volume of nearly 200 pages, and contains the chairman's of the book: bought by the society there is an incidental mention of address, reviewing the work of the council, the reports of the standing " Ruffhead's Statutes," and a proposal was made, but not adopted, that and special committees, statements relating to the debt, and a synopsis of thirty guineas should be applied in the purchase of “ Viner's Abridgment.” the Acts of Parliament giving further powers to the council since the
A more patriotic, if less appropriate, application of the society's funds passage of the Local Government Act, 1888. took the form of contributions made from time to time towards the relief At the North London polica-court this week a solicitor's clerk applied of sufferers in the American War. Thus, in 1775—the year of the battle to Mr. Dickinson to be allowed to make the conscientious objection under of Bunker-hill - we find Mr. Burges moving that £10 should be sub- the new Vaccination Act. Mr. Dickinson said that the applicant had scribed to a fund in London " for the relief of the soldiers serving, and the better wait a little time as the forms on which the declaration had to be widows and families of such soldiers as have lost or shall lose their lives made bad not yet arrived. The applicant said that he attended at great in the prosecution of the measures lately adopted by Government against inconvenience and he would like to make the declaration at once. At the the rebellious North Americans.” The motion was lost, but in the fol. magistrate's direction the form was written out and the applicant signed lowing year, marked by the declaration of independence, Mr. Burges it and paid the shilling fee. Mr. Dickinson : Do you state publicly moved, and this time successfuily, “That the sum of twenty guineas be before me that you believe that vaccination would be prejudicial to the paid to George Daubeney, Esq., chairman of the committee for disposiug health of your child ? Applicant: I do. Mr. Dickinson : And on that of the moneys, subscribed in this city for the relief of the soldiers ground you conecientiously object to the vaccination of your child. zerving in America and the widows and children of the slain." Again, Applicant: I do. Mr. Dickinson : Take your certificate. in 1778, when the national gloom was deepened by the tragic death
The Parliamentary list of persons receiving payments of public money of Chatham, a sum of £50 was voted " for the committee of the from more than une source contains the following entries: Earl of Bristol subscribers for raising men for his Majesty's army in the Halsbury-as Speaker of House of Lords, £4,000; as Lord Chancellor, support of the Constitutional authority of Great Britain over her £6,000 (£10,000). Sir R. Webster-as Attorney-General, £7,000; fees rebellious Colonies in America." Nor was this martial ardour for contentious business : Law Charges vote, £6,198 12s. 9d.; Iuland confined to subscriptions, for it appears from a minute of the same year Revenue vote, £897; Post Office vote, £121 1s. 2d. ; Board of Trade vote, that one of the members had," for the laudable purpose of serving and
£372 193. ; Board of Trade (Bankruptcy Department) vote, £297 18s.; protecting his country,” entered the Somersetshire Militia. He was
Woods und Forests vote, £184 16:. 20.; Local Government Board vote, nevertheless allowed to remain a member of the society, and had, 10
£110 103. (£15,182 178. 1d.). Sir R. B. Finlay-as Solicitor-General, doubt, the privilege of paying his fines for non-attendance.
£6,000; fees for contentious business : Law Charges vote, £3,365 33. ; The ordinary meetings of the society were passed in discussing cases Inland' Revenue vote, £1,183 59. 60.; Board of Trade vote, £104 6s. 60.; put at the previous meeting, and in considering questions arising as to the Board of Trade (Bankruptcy Department) vote, £262 9;. 6d.; Woods and infliction of fines; and they terminated with a supper, to which each member
Forests vote, £113 118. (£11,028 15s. 6d.). contributed 3s., the balance of the bill being defrayed out of the common stock. Once a year the society had a dinner, to which the treasurer's
The Philadelphia correspondent of the Times telegraphs that Judge sureties and the obligee in his bond were invited. Thus, on the 30th of Thomas M. Cooley, first president of the Inter-State Commerce CommisSeptember, 1777, the following minute was made: "Present befor) 7 sion, died on the 12th inst. at Ann Arbor, Michigan, aged 75. Judge o'clock, Mr. William Bawden, president: Mr. Fruncis Ward, Mr. Jere
Cooley was born at Attica, New York, and was admitted to the bar in
1846 Osborne, Mr. George Merrick. Before 8 o'clock, Mr. Daniel Burges,
He practised at Tecumseh for a time, and afterwards settled at Mr. Jacob Kirby, Mr. Henry Witts, Mr. Richard Parker.” “It was
Adrian, Michigan. For a time he edited a newspaper called the Watch unanimously agreed that the members of this society do meet to dine and Tower, and in 1857 the Michigan Senate entrusted him with the task of spend the day together at the Bush Tavern, in Corn-street, on the 29th of compiling the general statutes of the State. In the following year he was October next. And that the expense thereof be puid in such manner as
appointed reporter of the Supreme Court, an office which he heid for shall hereafter be ordered by this society, and that Mr. Jere Osborne,
seven years. In 1859 he was appointed professor of law in the University sen , and Mr. Richard Ward (the two sureties for the present treasurer,
of Michigan. He was elected a justice of the Michigan Supreme Court in Mr. Francis Ward) and Mr. Hawkeswell, chamberlain of Bristol, the 1864 to fill a casual vacancy, and in 1869 was re-elected for the full term obligee in the treasurer's bond, be on that occasion invited, and that the of eight years. In 1868-69 he was Chief Justice, and in 1885 he retired president do send invitations as well to these gentle nen' as to all the from the bench. When a school of political science was established in members of the society;" The order of the words to dine and spend the University of Michigan he took the chair of Constitutional and the day” is curious, and points to the early hour of dinner.
Administrative Law. He was afterwards appointed to the chair of The dinner was duly held, for shortly after the following entry was American History in the University. Judge Cooley publisbed a number of made, a not unimportant part being left blank.
legal books, including “The Contitutional Limitations which Rest upon “That the suin of be paid by the treasurer towards discharging the Legislative Power of the States of the American Union” (1868, the tavern bill for the annual dinner, &c., of this society, on the 29th of enlarged edition, 1871), editions of Blackstone's " Commentaries' and October last, which with half a guinea paid by each member present, General Principles of Constitutional Law in the United States” (1880),
“ Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States," makes the amount of the said bill." Eheu fugaces ! The Old Bush Inn and the little knot of Bristol lawyers
Michigan: A History of Governments (1885). which composed the Law Society of 120 years ago are long since departed. A correspondent of the Times who signs himself “ Landaff" writes :Nothing is left of their doings but the fuding record of a mouldering I shall be much obliged to you if you will kindly permit me to announce miuute-book, between the discoloured leaves of which still lie the through your columns that it is my intention to assume my title of Earl memoranda of their supper bills. The antiquary of A.D. 2000 may per of Landaff of Thomastown, in the peerage of Ireland, on and after this haps find the newspaper accounts of the proceedings of the meetings of the 14th day of September, 1893. Any persons who may be interested in this Incorporated Law Society of the United Kingdom, now being held in this peerage and desire to have a history of the branch of the Mathew family city, if more voluminous, exhibiting customs to him no less quaint and to which it belongs will find it eet forth in an illustrated Genealogy of unlike those of his own day.
W. W. W. the Earls of Landaff,' which Messrs. Sands & Co., 12, Burleigh-street, are Bristol, Oct., 1894.
about to publish. A notice of it appeared in Dod's Peerage' of this
year, and a fuller pedigree will be found in 'Debrett' and other printed
THE PROPERTY MART. peerages for 1899. I may add that copies of my proofs have been lodged
SALES OF THE ENSUING WEEK. at the Office of Arms, Dublin Castle, and I have notified my intention to Sept. 23.-Messrs. NoTT & CARTWRIGHT, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold and Leasehold assume the title, inalienable from me and my heirs, to the House of Lords
Properties in Belgravia, South Belgravia, Brixton, Clapham Common, and Balham.
Solicitors, P. C. Conway, Esq , F. Hatton, Esq., Messrs. Hogan & Hughes, Messrs. through the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor. The Committee of
Wiborne & Sod, Walter 0. Freeman, Esq., and A. Coveney, Esq., all of London. Privileges in June, 1810, permitted the second son of my great-grand (See advertisements, this week, p. 3.) kather, Lord Landaff, to succeed to the peerage, without requiring the
RESULT OP SALE. production by him of any documentary evidence whatever of his alleged Messrs. H. E. Foster & CRANFIELD held their usual fortnightly sale of Reversions and right to vote. For this grave mistake I am in no way responsible, and I Life Policies at the Mart, E.C., on Thursday last, the total realized being £4,855 : therefore hope that the House of Lords will do me the justice to correct
Absolute to £9,200 123. 11d. 24 per Cent. Consols ; life 51
Sold 4,020 it by authorizing Ulster King at Arms to restore my name to his roll at LIFE POLICIES: his discretion. This would not relieve me of the necessity of subsequently For £1,000, with profits, in the British Empire Mutual ; life 71
665 proving my right to vote, should I desire to exercise that right, before the
For £150, with profits, in the Star; on same life committee. Irish peers do not of necessity prove their right to vote at the elections of representative peers, and de facto some of them prefer not to do so, since the proces is a costly one and the right to vote carries with chasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary Arrangements thoroughly
WARNING TO INTENDING House PURCHASERS AND LESSEBS.—Before purit very few privileges. Tu portion of the ancestral property alienated from Examined, Tested, and Reported Upon by an Expert from Messrs. Carter the rightful heir by sales effected by the reputed second earl in 1913 or by Bros., 65,' Victoria-street, Westminster. the will of his sister in 1841 can now be recovered. The however,
Fee quoted on receipt of full remains to me and my heirs as an inalienable possession
particulars. (Established 21 years.)--[Apvt.] Mr. Plowden, upon taking his seat on the benca at Marylebone policecourt, on the 13th inst., says the Daily News, was applied to by a young
WINDING UP NOTICES. man for a certificate under section 2 of the Vaccination Act. He believed
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Sept. 9. that vaccination would be injurious to his child's health, and he founded
JOINT STOCK COŃ PANI E 8. that belief upon what he had read, and upon the experiences of his friends.
LIMITED IN CHANOERY. Mr. Plowden.-Well, that is about as good a reason as you could give.
CARLTON MINERAL TRUST, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Sept 2, directed to
be heard on Oct 26. Stanley J. Attenborough, 18, Piccadilly, petner and solor. Notice But I cannot give you a certificate at present as they are not yet ready. Let of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of me say, however, that in no case shall I grant a certificate hurriedly. I should like you to understand what I think about the matter.
LONDON AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER SYNDICATE, LIMITED -Petn for winding up, presented an anti-vaccinator? Applicant.-Well, yes, sir. Mr. Plowden.-Well,
Sept 2, directed to be heard before the Vacation Judge on Wednesday, Sept 21. Martia
& Watkins, 157, Fenchurch st, solors for petners. Notice of appearing must reach the you may be right or you may be wrong. I express no opinion. At the above-named not later than 6'o'clock in the afternoon of Sept 19 same time, I cannot shut my eyes to the fact that you represent the voice MAICHE INTERNATIONAL Co, LIMITED-- Petn for winding up, presented Aug 17, directed
to be heard on Oct 26. Watson & Watson, 101, Leadenhall st, solors for petner. Notice of a very insignificant minority. That is a fact. Therefore, before
of appearing must reach the above.named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of granting you any certificate, I must be well satisfied that you have what the Act calls a conscientious belief; not a mere loose opinion, but SOUTH OF EUROPE EXPLORATION CO, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)-Creditors are required, something well founded from personal experience. You see the Act
on or before Oct 24, to send their names and addresses, with the particulars of their
debts or claims, to William Barclay Peat, 3, Lothbury requires that the magistrate granting the certificate must have a
Teiky VALE MINING Co, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Sept 2, directed to be conscience in the matter as well as the anti-vaccinator. I cannot heard on Oct 26. T. Protheroe Price, 4 and 5, Warwick ct, Gray's inn, agent for grant these things carelessly, but must be satisfied. If the views of the Arthur Johnson Hughes, Aberystwyth, solor for petnere. Notice of appearing must
reach the above-Damed not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Oct 25 anti-vaccinators are wrong, granting you a certificate might mean the
London Gazette.--TUESDAY, Sept. 13. encouragement of an outbreak of smallpox. I want you to understand
JOINT STOCK COMPĀNINB. these certificates will not be granted as a matter of course because a
LIMITED IN CHANCEBY. person says he objects ; it must be a real, conscientous belief-the H. 8. NICHOLB, LIMITED (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION UNDER SUPERVISION OF Tae Court) sort of belief that would send a man cheerfully to the stake. Now -Creditors are required, on or before Oct 26, to send their names and addresses, and that I have explained and pointed out the grave responsibility cast on the
the particulars of their debts or claims, to Herbert Alfred Deed and Douglas Hamilton
Gordon, 1, Gresham bldgs, Basinghall st anti-vaccinators, I hope you will take the opportunity before the certifi Prindes RIVER GOLD Mixes, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Sept 7, directed cates are printed to further consider the matter. If you remain of the to be heard on Sept 21. Alpe & Ward, Serjeant's inn, Temple, solors for petner. same opinion you shall have the certificate cheerfully. Applicant
Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the after
noon of Sept 20 demurred at having to lose further time over the matter, and asked that the certificate might be forwarded to him. Mr. Plowden replied that he need not attend again unless he liked, and as to the certificate being for
CREDITORS' NOTICES. warded he must not expect too much indulgence. Applicant : Can I have a manuscript ?-Mr. Plowden: That is giving a lot of trouble to the court.
UNDER 22 & 23 VICI. CAP. 35. You must take your chance with the rest of the other people. Eventually
LAST DAY OF CLAIM. a manuscript certificate was prepared and supplied to the applicant.
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Eept. 2. Before Mr. Lushington, on the 9th inst., says the Times, the National ATKINSON, John, Kendal, Westmorland, Yeoman Oct 30 C G Thomson & Wilson, Liberal Club, the Charing-cross and Strand Electric Supply Corporation, BALL, Richard, Southport Oct 10 TE Williams, Southport and the Tivoli Restaurant (Limited) were summoned by Mr. G. W. Barker, Maria, Weston super Mare Oct 15 CM Barker, Bedford row Murnane, clerk to St. Martin's Vestrý, for causing a nuisance by allowing Baxter, Allan, Dorking, Surrey, Grooer Sept 29 Hart & Co, Dorking large quantities of black smoke to escape from their works. Mr. Peter Bexbow, RICHARD, Burslem, Stafford, Draper Sept 29 Arthur Boulton, Burslem Grain, instructed by Messrs. Wilson & Wallis, supported the summonses on behalf of the vestry; Mr. Groser appeared for the National Liberal BRIDGE8, Joux, Nicholas lane Sept 30 Bridges & Co, Nicholas lane Club; and Mr. George Elliott for the Electric Supply Corporation. Mr. BUTTERY, WILLIAM HENRY, Nottingham Sept 30 Manning, Nottingham Grain said that very diverse views had been expressed by different magis. Davis, Robert, Ickham, Kent Builder Oct 1 Kingsford & Co, Canterbury trates as to the present smoke nuisance. It was customary for defaulters Estcourt, ARTHUR HARBOTTLE, Deputy Governor of the I of W Nov 3 Russell-Cooke to excuse themselves on the ground that they could not get Welsh coal & Co, New inn, Strand at present, but he would submit that they should have provided for such FAVIELL, JANE Anne, and Mary Anne Faviell, Buxton Oct 3 Merrils & Ede, Cardiff a contingency by availing themselves of the recently-invented furnaces Helms, Louisa, Totnes, Devon Oct 12 Windeatt & Windeatt, Totnes by which it was possible, if not entirely to do away with, at any rate to HesstaLL, Thomas, Stoke upon Trent Oct 4 Challinor, Fenton, Staffs mitigate very much, the escape of smoke. It was a fact, too, that the LYFORD, John, Oxford Sept 30 Mallam & Son, Oxford stokers did not discharge their duty properly, and for this their employers Milnes, ROBERT, Nottingham Oct 24 Hall, Temple chambers were in law responsible. Mr. Groser, on behalf of the National Liberal Club, said that the directors had done all in their power to OLIVE, GRENVILLE LENNOX,Cambridge, Fishmonger Oct 17 Burrows, Cambridge mitigate the nuisance. Their engineer had personally supervised Parling, WILLIAM, Coddington, Nottingham Oct 11 Larken & Co, Newark on Trent the stoking, and they ordered some time ago a Gregory & Peters, HENRY Lucy, Manchester Oct 12 Peters & Orme, Manchester Simmons apparatus which was fixed about a week ago, and was work. Seal, STEPHEN, Darjeld, dr Barnsley Sept 30 Horsfield, Barnsley ing well. He could say that if all places in London were as well supplied Sexton, THOMAS, Dorset st, Portman bq Oct 17 Comins, Great Portland st as the National Liberal Club was now, the smoke nuisance would be a Shipton, Lucy, Hyde, Chester, Draper Oct 1 Slacer, Hyde thing of the past. Mr. Lushington said that the defendants seemed to have relied too much upon Welsh coal, and to have made insufficient Stort, Mary Ann, Brighouse, York Oct 14 Jubb & Co, Halifax effort to provide themselves with apparatus capable of burning ordinary TAYLOR, Jane, Knaresborough Sept 20 Gilling, Knaresborough steam coal until very recently. Under the circumstances he should make TaylOR, MARY, Brambridge, Hants Oct 21 Cunliffes & Davenport, Chancery lane an order for the abatement of the nuisance, with £5 58. costs to the vestry. TUBNER, Jonn, Chester ter, Chester sq Oct 20 Hodgkinson, Newark on Trent For the Charing Cross Electric Supply Corporation Mr. George Elliott UNWIN, ROBERT, Colchester Nov 80 Burdekin & Co, Sheffield said that since they had been served with the summons they had used ValLANCE, JAMES, Leyton, Licensed Victualler Oct 31 George & Jackson, Stratford every endeavour to mitigate the nuisance, and with the exception of two Wallace, John, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cartman Oct 14 Holliday & Ryder, Newcastle days there had been no possible cause for complaint. He would guarantee upon Tyne that so long as they could get good hard steam coal, whether Welsh coal Ward, ELIZA Emily, Park place villas, Paddington Oct i Griffith, 8t Bride's avenue, or not, there would be no further nuisance. Mr. Lushington said that in Ward, Herbert Hyde, Church st, Edgware rů, Printer Sept 23 Meznell, Furnival st this case, as the company seemed to have succeeded in reducing the Weldon, Mary, Old Quebec st, Oxford st Sept 30 Bazett & Pitmın, Newbury, Berks nuisance, he should make no order. The summons against the Tivoli WHEATLEY, MARY Anna Maria, Calverton, Notts Dec 1 Toller & Sons, Leicester Restaurant was by leave withdrawn.
WOODROFFE, HERBERT HENRY, Eeling Out 3 Stanley & C.), Ludgate hill
LAT, ALFRED HAROLD, Westbourne grove, Shirt Dresser BURY, SYDNEY Joux, Panfield, Essex, Farmer Chelmsford
Pet Sept 9 Ord Sept 9
Pet Sept 10 Ord Sept 10
Pet Sept 9 Ord Sept 9
Pet July 12 Ord Sept 9 ampton Pet Sept 6 Ord Sept 6
ROBERTSON, DAVID, Huddersfield, Doctor Sept 19 at 12 GREY, F B, New Broad st High Court Pet Aug 22 Ord BLACK, THOMAS HENRY Hazelton, Bishopsgate st Within Off Rec, 19, John William st, Huddersfield
Sept 9 High Court Pet July 29 Ord Sept 5
ROBINSON, FREDERICK JAMES, Blackpool, Lodging house HARMAN, JAMES, and CHARLES HARMAN, Abridge, Essex, BRUNSDEN, STEPHEN Hunt, Wandsworth High Court Keeper Sept 16 at 12 Off Rec, 14, Chapel st, Preston Builders Chelmsford Pet Sept 8 Ord Sept 8 Pet Aug 22 Pet Sept 5
SALMOND, CHARLES SHORT, Jermyn st, St James's, Com- HASSELL, LEWIS, and WILLIAM EDWARDS, Birmingham, BUBRELL, GEORGE WILLIAM, Birstall, Yorks, Aërated pany Promoter Sept 21 at 12 Bankruptcy bldge, Tailors Birmingham Pet Aug 19 Ord Sept 8 Water Manufacturer Dewsbury Pet Aug 20 Ord Carey st
HUGHES, HUGH, Holyhead, Anglesey, Thiri Mate Bangor Sept 5
SAUNDERS, ASHBY VARLEY, Cleckheaton, Yorks, Chemical Pet Sept 9 Ord Sept 9 Coates, ARMITAGE, Blackpool, Company Housekeeper Works Manager Sept 16 at 11 Off Rec, 31, Manor Johnson, GEORGE HENBY, Cheltenham, Grocer CheltenPreston Pet Sept 6 Ord Sept 6 row, Bradford
ham Pet Sept 8 Ord Sept 8 COATES, ELIZABET), Blackpool Preston Pet Sept 6 Ord SHINGLER, EDWARD ISAAC, Edgbaston, Birmingham, Metal PILLING, JOHN ROBERT, Arundel st, Strand High Court Sept 6
Merchant Sept 19 at 11 174, Corporation st, Pet Aug 13 Ord Sept 7 COATES, GRORGE HENRY, Whitley, Chartered Accountant Birmiogham
Pitman, GEORGE, Milborne Port, Somersets, Builder Newcastle on Tyne Pet Aug 22 Ord Sept 5
SMITH, JAMES, Ossett, Travelling Draper Sept 16 at 11.30 Yeovil Pe: Sept 10 Ord Sept 10 DAVIS, JAMES, Albemarle st, Financial Agent High Court Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley
Preston, Joun, Beeby, Leicester, Farmer Leicester Pet Pet Aug 12 Ord Sept 5
BAITU, JAMES WILLIAM, Gt Yarmouth, Cabdriver Sept 17 Sept 8 Ord Sept 8 Davis, ROBERT, Tredegar, Mon, Boot Dealer Tredegar at 1.30 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich
Rowan, THOMAS, St Mary axe High Court Pet July 8 Pet Sept 6 Ord Sept 6 SMITH, Tou, Low Moor, Boot Maker Sept 16 at 12 OX
Ord Sept 8 DINGLE, John Hicks, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, Coal Mer Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
SAVAGE, WILLIAM, jun, Sittingbourne, Kent, Gener al chant Truro Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 5 SUMMERS, SOLOMON, Birmingham, Warehouseman Sept 19
Dealer Rochester Pet Sept 7 Ord Sept 7 ERRINGTON, THOMAS, Gateshead, Whitesmith Newcastle at 12 174, Corporation st, Birmingham
SHARPE, WALTER, Harewood Bridge, or Leeds, Corn Miller on Tyne Pet Sept 3 Ord Sept 3 THOMPSON, THOMAS HENRY, Gt Grimsby, Fish Merchant
Huddersfield Pet Sept 6 Ord Sept 6 FERNLEY, THOMAS, Breinton, Herefords Hereford Pet Sept 16 at 11 _Off Rec, 15, Osborne st., Gt Grimsby Smith, JOSEPII, Wolverhampton Wolverhampton Pet Sept7_Ord Sept 7
Vigus, WILLIAM EDWARD Thomas, Plymouth, Cab Pro Sept 8 Ord Sept 8 FRAZIER, WILLIAN CRUDDAS, Felling, Durham, Painter prietor Sept 17 at 116, Athenæum ter, Plymouth
WALLACE, HENRY, Bread st. Cheapside, Merchant High Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 5 WILLIAMSON, Frank, Derby, Provision Merchant Sept 16
Court Pet July 22 Ord Sept 8 GOAT, REUBEN ROBERT, Gt Shelford, Cambridges, Carpen at 11 off Rec, 40, St Mary's gate, Derby
WARLEY, GEORGE JACKSON, Middleton on the Wolds, York, ter Cambridge Pet Sept 3 Ord Sept 3 GWYTHER, Anx, and JAMES FREDERICK GWYTHER, Aber Amended notice substitut:d for that published in the
Joiner Kingston upon Hull Pet Sept 9 Ord Sept 9 Londor. Gazette of Sept. 6:
WELSTEAD, WALTER JOHN, Arreton, I of W, Grocer Newdare, Butchers Aberdare Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 5
port Pet Sept 8 Ord Sept 8 HASWELL, J E, Fratton, Hants, Builder Portsmouth Pet Robarts, NATHANIEL FRANCIS, Fenchurch avue, Merchant
White, G, Bolt ct, Fleet st, Commission Agent High Aug 22 Ord Sept 5 Sept 13 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Court Pet Aug 4 Ord Sept 8 JAGGER, Jonx, Huddersfield, Hay Dealer Huddersfield
WAITEHOUSE, Thomas, Scarborough, Working Jeweller Pet Aug 17_Ord Sept 3 LAY, ALFRED HAROLD, Westbourne grove, Shirt Dresser
Beeson, WILLIAM, Northampton, Cycle Maker North Scarborough Pet Sept 10 Ord Sept 10 High Court Pet Sept 6 Ord Sept 6
ampton Pet Sept 6 Ord Sept 6
WILLIAMS, FRANCIS Haydn, Whitby, York, Stockton on
Tee Pet Aug 24 Ord Sept ? MANSBRIDGE, ALBERT, Newport, 1 of W Newport Pet BENTLEY, JOHN Henry, Holmfirth, York, Solicitor Hud
dersfield Pet Aug 12 Ord Sept 6
WINN, JOHN ARCHIBALD, Wakefield, Newsagent Wakefield Sept 5 Ori Sept 5 MUGGERIDGE, WILLIAM Joux, Greenwich, Furniture Dealer
CARTER, HENRY, Pontefract, Yorks, Boxmaker Wakefield Pet Sept 9 Ord Sept 9 Greenwich Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 5
Pet Aug 23 Ord Sept 5
WINTERS, GEORGE, Rushden, Tailor Northampton Pet PEACOCK, WILLIAM, Exelby, Yorke, Innkeeper NorthCOATES, ARMITAGE, Blackpool, Company Housekeeper
Sept 8 Ord Sept 8 Preston Pet Sept 6 Ord Sept 6 allerton Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 5
Amended notice substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of Aug. 5: RAMSDEN, Joun, Reigate, Jeweller Croydon Pet Aug 20 COATES, ELIZABETH, Blackpool Preston Pet Sept 6 Ord
BOZWARD, JOHN LLOYD, Worcester Worcester Pet July ROULSTONE, HERBERT, Scarborough, Grocer Scarborough COLE, FREDERICK, Kidderminster, Carpet Manufacturer
Kidderminster Pet Aug 26 Ord Sept 6
14 Ord July 30
Pet Sept 6 Ord Sept 6 Simpson, ROBERT Heney, Bridlington Quay, Commercial DINGLE, JOHN Hicks Lostwithiel, Cornwall, Coal Mer. Aldridge, George Avaustus, Morden, Dorset Sept 21 at
chant Truro Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 5
11,30 Antelope Hotel, Poole
Doody, ROBERT, Handsworth, Cycle Maker Birmingham BARNBY, THOMAS BAYLDON, BRADFORD, Dental Surgeon
Sept 21 at 11 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
ERRING TOX, Thomas, Gateshead, Durham, Whitesmith BEESON, WILLIAM, Northampton, Cycle Maker Sept 20 at Salford Pet Sept 7 Ord Sept 7 Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 3 Ord Sept 3
12.30 Off Rec, Sheep st, Northampton TUBNER, WALTER WILLIAM, Jarrow, Durham, Hatter FRAZIER, WILLIAM CRUDDAS, Felling, Durham, Painter
BOYDON, HENRY JOHN, Stafford, Coal Dealer Sept 26 at Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 7 Ord Sept 7 Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 5
11.30 Wright & Westhead, 1, Martin st, Stafford WILKES, JOHN WALTER, West Bowling, Bradford, Grocer's
Goat, RRUBEN ROBERT, Great Shelford, Cambs, Carpenter BUSHBOD, WILLIAM, Dorchester, Builder Sept 30 at 11.30
King's Arms Hotel, Dorchester
GUTTMANN, JACOB, Commercial st, Gas Fittings Dealer Close, Thomas WILLIAM, Darlington, Moulder Sept 20 at ALLEN, WILLIE, Barnsley, Fruit Salesman Sept 16 at 10.15
High Court Pet July 29 Ord Sept 6
11 Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough Off Rec, Regent st, Barnsley
GWYTHER, Ann, and James FREDERICK GWYTHER, Aber- COATES, ARMITAGE, Blackpool, Housekeeper Sept 20 at 3
dare, Glam, Butchers Aberdare BAINES, William, Headingley, Leeds, Iron Plate Worker
Pet Sept 5 Ord Off Rec, 14, Chapel st, Preston
Coat Es, ELIZABETH, Blackpool, Housekeeper Sept 20 at
HALL, JOHN JAMES, Dover, Builder Canterbury Pet Aug 2.30 Off Res, 14, Chapel st, Preston Sept 16 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
16 Ord Sept 5
COLLIS, HENRY ALLEN, Swansea, Fruiterer Sept 21 at 12 BLAKEMORE, ALFRED, Leamington, Cabinet Maker Sept
JENKINS, Thomas, Abercynon, Glam, Grocer Pontypridd Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea 16 at 12.30 Off Rec, 17, Hertford st, Coventry
Pet Aug 10_Ord Sept 6
Dixon, Joseph, Sunderland, Builder Sept 20 at 3 off
Rec, 25, John st, Sunderland
GARDNER, FITZROY, Shaftesbury av, Journalist Sept 21 at 19 at 11 Off Rec, 29, Queen st, Cardiff BOZWARD, JOHN LLOYD, Worcester Sept 17 at 11 Off
MANSBRIDGE, ALBERT, Newport, I w Newport Pet 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Rec, 45, Copenhagen st, Worcester
Sept 5 Ord Sept 5
Gasson, ANNIE, Forest Hill, Kent, Timber Merchant Sept BRUNSDEN, STEPHEN Hurt, Wandsworth Sept 16 at 1
MORRIS, JOSEPH JAMES, Leicester, Boot Manufacturer 20 at 12.30' 24, Railway app, London bdge
GRIFFITAS, JOHN, Canon Pgon, Herefords, Shoemaker Bankruptcy bldg8, Carey st
MUGGERIDGE, BULMAN, JOAN, Caldewgate, Carlisle, Cabinet Maker Sept
WILLIAM JOHN, Greenwich, Furniture GRIFFITHS, SAMUEL, sen, and SAMUEL GRIFFITHS, jun,
Dealer_Greenwich Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 5 16 at 3 Off Rec, 31, Fisher st, Carlisle
Cilfynydd, Glam, Colliery Proprietors Sept 20 at 12 BURRELL, GEORGE WILLIAM, Birstall, Aerated Water Peacock, WILLIAM, Exelby, Yorks, Innkeeper North
65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil Manufacturer Sept 16 at 3 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, PILLERS,
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HARRINGTON, ROBERT, Seaforth, Lancs, Fruit Dealer Sept Batley
WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Keynsham, Somerset 21 at 12.30 Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool
Bristol Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 5 CAESHIRE, ALFRED, Bt Leonards on Sea, Tailor Sept 20 at
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30 at 3.30 Off Rec, Cambridge junction, High st, COLE, FREDERICK, Kidderminster, Carpet Manufacturer Scott, THOMAS SHOULT, Bradford Bradford
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Portsmouth Sept 16 at 2.30 Lion Hotel, Kidderminster
Pet Sept 6 Hill, WILLIAM, Worcester, Innkeeper Sept 20 at 10.30 Coxxelly, Joux, Sunderland, Inokeeper Sept 16 at 3
Ord Sept 6
Off Rec, 45, Copenhagen st, Worcester
Sept 21 COPLESTONE, FRED, Harberton, nr Totnes, Devon, Baker SMITH, JAMES, Ossett, Travelling Draper Dewsbūry Pet
Merchant Birmingham Pet July 21 Ord Sept 5
at 2 Off Rec, 35. Victoria st, Liverpool Sept 16 at 10.30_6, Athenæum terrace, Plymouth
MOORE, JAMES, Salisbury, Wilts, Bootmaker's Manager Cossins, RICHARD, Darlington, Blacksmith Sept 16 at 11 SUTCLIFFE, ALFRED HENRY, Weaste, Lancs, Baker Salford
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MUGGERIDGE, WILLIAM JOHN, Greenwich, Furniture Dealer CREESE, JAMES, Merthyr Tydfil, Basket Maker Sept 16 at TURNER, WALTER Willian, Jarrow, Durham, Hatter
Pet Sept 7 Ord Sept 7
Sept 20 at 11.30 24, Railway app, London bridge 12 '65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
NICHOLLS, CHARLES, Great Eccleston, Lancs, Tailor Sept CURTIS, WALTER VAUGHAN, Bury St Edmunds, Licensed
Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 7 Ord Sept 7
20 at 3.30 Off Rec, 14, Chapel st, Preston Victualler Sept 19 at 2 Great Eastern Hotel, Liver
WILKES, John WALTER, Bradford, Grocer's Manager PHILLIPS, ALFRED, Pontlottyn, Glam, Grocer Sept 21 at 12 pool st Bradford Pet Sept 7 Ord Sept 7
65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil Davis, JAMES, Albemarle st, Financial Agent Sept 16 at
PILLERS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Keynsham, Somerset 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Sept 21 at 12_Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol DOODY, ROBERT, Hands worth, Cycle Maker Sept 20 at 11
WILBERFORCE, CHABLES, Blackpool, Saddler Preston PORTLOOK, JOHN HENRY, Hereford, Bootmaker 174, Corporation st, Birmingham
Adjud Aug 9, 1893 Annul Aug 30
PREECE, JOHN HENRY, Liverpool, Photographer Sept 21 at FIELD, EDWARD, Birmingham, Pearl Handle Manufacturer
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3 Off Reo, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool Sept 22 at 11 174, Corporation st, Birmingham Goat, REUBEN ROBERT, Great Shelford, Cambridges,
PROCTOR, Amos, Highfields, Sheffield, Organ Builder Sept
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Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st GRAVES, James, Cottenham, Cambs, Butcher Sept 18 at 11 BARUGH, JOSEPH JASPER, Stokesley, York, Painter Stockton SAVAGE, WILLIAM, jun, Bittingbourne, Kent, General Off Rec, 5, Petty Cury, Cambridge on Tees Pet Sept 9 Ord Sept 9
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31, Manor row, Bradford HY8LOP, ROBERT JOHNSTONE, Barnsley Sept 16 at 10.30 BEAGLEY, GEORGE JANES, Windsor, Berks, Publican SHELLY, JOHN STANFIELD, Hulme, Manchester, Butcher Off Rec, Regent st, Barnsley Windsor Pet Sept 9 Ord Sept 9
Sept 20 at 2.45 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester ENKINS, Thomas, Abercynon, Glam, Grocer Sept 19 at 12 BLUNT, HENRY WILLIAM, Atherstone, Warwicks, Farmer STEEL, JOSHUA REDFEARN, Leeds, Bootmaker Sept 21 at 65, Áigh st, Merthyr Tydfil Birmingham Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 8.
11 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds JONES, HUBERT, Birmingham, Agent Sept 21 at 11 174, BROCKWELL, HENRY TITTERTON, Brooke st, Holborn, Glass STEPHENS, ANN, Liverpool, Baker Sept 21 at 11.80 Off Corporation st, Birmingham Merchant High Court Pet Sept 10 Ord Sept 10
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