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GAMLEN, WILLIAM GOULD BURLAND, Cheltenham, Outfitter. Cheltenham. Pet DEALTRY, ROBERT, Lincoln, Innkeeper. Nov 30 at 11.30. Off Rec, 2, St Benedict's
Off Rec, 1, St Aldates, Oxford
28 and 29, St Swithin's lane
Bridge st, Manchester
GRIFFITHS, EVAN, and GEORGE FINNING, Liverpool, Shutter Manufacturers.
Nov 30 at 2. Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool 16. Ord Nov 16
HARBER, THOMAS, Worcester, Licensed Victualler. Dec 1 at 11.
HEATON, ROBERT, Windermere, Westmoreland, Coach Builder. Dec 4 at 11. 37,
Son, Solicitors, New st, Huddersfield
pl, Newport, Mon
KAY, JAMES, Manchester, Merchant. Dec 1 at 2.30. Off Rec, Ogden's chors, KIRK, ARTHUR HENRY, Lewes, Watchmaker. Lewes and Eastbourne. Pet Nov
Bridgest, Manchester 17. Ord Nov 17
LAMPORT, CHARLES WILLIAM, Spalding, Lincoln, Clerk in Holy Orders. Nov 26 LEWIS, HANNANIAH, Neath, Glamorgan, Grocer. Neath. Pet Nov 17. Ord
at 1. County Court, Peterborough Nov 17
LUNNON, DAVID, King's Langley, Hertford, Clerk. Nov 26 at 11. Blagg &
Edwards, Solicitors, St Albans, Herts
MORRIS, MOSES, Newchurch, Isle of Wight, Farmer. Nov 30 at 3. Off Rec, 20,
Holyrood st, Newport, Isle of Wight
NEW, JAMES, and 'BENJAMIN NEW, Hampton Gay, Oxford, Paper Manufacturers.
Nov 30 at 11.30. Off Rec, 1, St Aldates, Oxford
bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn
Nixon, John, Gresley, Derby, Joiner. Nov 29 at 2.30. White Hart Hotel, Burton
OLIVER, JOSEPH, Gt Everdon, Northampton, Baker. Nov 27 at 4. County Court,
ORTON, CHARLES, Highgate hill, Grocer. Nov 26 at 2.30. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's
PARKS, THOMAS, Swansea, Innkeeper. Nov 29 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rutland st,
PERRY, JOHN WILLIAM, Hawkwell, Essex, Farm Bailiff. Nov 30 at 10. Sbirehall,
ROBINSON, ABEL, Mossley, Lancashire, Professor of Music. Nov 29 at 2. Off Rec,
SIMMONS, J , Brighton, Gardener. Nov 26 at 12. 4, Pavilion bldgs, Brighton
SMALL, GEORGE, Salisbury, Painter. Nov 29 at 12.30. Off Rec, Salisbury
SMITH, ARTHUR, Heybridge, Essex, Miller. Dec 2 at 11. County Court, Maldon
gal st ROBINSON, ABEL, Mossley, Lancashire, Professor of Music. Ashton under Lyne STANIAR, JAMES PETER, CHARLES ROBERTS, HENRY GEORGE HODGKINSON, and and Stalybridge. Pet Nov 15. Ord Nov 15
JOHN EDWARD BRIERLEY, Manchester, Merchants. Dec 3 at 2.30. Off Rec,
STEVENS, ROBERT JOHN, Swansea, Plumber. Nov 27 at 11. Off Rec, 6, Rutland
TEMPLE, JOSEPH, Carlisle, Hotel Keeper. Nov 30 at 12. Off Rec, 34, Fisher st,
THOMAS, THOMAS, sen, THOMAS THOMAS, jun. and JOHN THOMAS, Llanelly, Car-
WAGSTAFF, HENRY, Handsworth, Staffordshire, Fishmonger. Nov 29 at 2. Luke Ord Nov 15
Jesson Sharp, Off Rec, Birmingham
WALTON, ROBERTS, Rock Ferry, Cheshire, Tailor. Nov 30 at 11.30.
Off Rec, 8,
Albert rd, Middlesborough
St Benedict's sq, Lincoln
WILLIAMSON, HUGH WILLIAM, and WILLIAM SHEPHERD WILLIAMSON, Scholar
green, Cheshire, Coal Masters. Dec 1 at 10.30. North Stafford Hotel, upon Hull. Pet Nov 15. Ord Nov 15
Stoke apon Trent
Off Rec, Bank
WYLD, BASIL LEGGE, Bristol, Hotel Keeper. Nov 29 at 12.30.
ACTON, JOAN, Nether Knutsford. Cheshire, Builder. Manchester.
Pet Nov 11.
Ord Nov 17
Cardiff. Pet Oct 16. Ord
ARTHUR, BENJAMIN, Cardiff, Provision Merchant.
BARNEY, JOHN, York, Commercial Traveller. York. Pet Nov 18. Ord Nov 15
BARROBY, FRANCIS, Melmerby, nr Thirsk, Yorks, Farmer. Northallerton, Pet
Oct 29. Ord Nov 13
BICKELL, JOHN, South Molton, Devon, Silversmith. Barnstaple. Pet Nov 15.
Ord WATSON, BENJAMIN, Lincoln, Commercial Traveller. Lincoln. Pet Nov 16.
CAREY, CAROLINE, St Leonards on Sea, Spinster. Hastings. Pet Nov 16.
CHAMBERS, WILLIAM, Kimberley, Notts, Egg Dealer. Nottingham. Pet Nov 9. 8. Ord Nov 15
Ord Nov 15
CROSS, ELIZABETH, Rugeley, Shoe Dealer, Stafford. Pet Nov 11. Ord Nov 16
DE FRAINE, JAMES, Aylesbury, Bucks, Nurseryman. Aylesbury. Pet Nov 8.
Ord Nov 16
DUNSTAN, GEORGE, Nottingham, out of business. Nottingham. Pet Nov 10.
pool. Pet Nov 15. Ord Nov 15
HARBER. THOMAS, Worcester, Licensed Victualler. Worcester. Pet Nov 17.
Pet Nov 16.
Pontypridd. Pet Nov 12. Ord Nov 17
Pet Nov 13.
Pet Nov 2. Ord Nov 17
LAMPORT, CHARLES WILLIAM, Spalding, Lincolnshire, Clerk in Holy Orders. OLDROYD, JOSEPH, Earlsheaton, ar Dewsbury, out of business. Dewsbury. Pet Peterborough. Pet Nov 13. Ord Nov 17
Nov 18. Ord Nov 18 LAYTON, WILLIAM. Corby, Northamptonshire, Farmer. Northampton. Pet PACKARD, DANIEL, Stutton, Suffolk, Farmer. Ipswich. Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 19
Oct 23. Ord Nov 17 MAYALL, Francis, and SAMUEL MAYALL, Gt Grimsby, Fishcurers. Gt Grimsby. PARR, THOMAS, Lincolnshire, Miller. Lince In. Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 19
RAYMENT, JAMES, Bethnal Green rd, Greengrocer. High Court. Pet Oct 21 METCALF. TOM STABLEY, Ossett, Yorks, out of business. Dewsbury. Pet Oct 30. Ord Nov 19 Ord Nov 15
READ, ROBERT, Leicester, Tailor. Leicester. Pet Nov 16. Ord Nov 18 MORRIS, MOSES, Chale, IW, Farmer. Newport and Ryde. Pet Nov 13. Ord Nov 13
RUSSELL, JOHN, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, Coal Merchant. Aylesbury. MOULD, JOHN CLARKE, Newport, IW, Solicitor. Newport and Ryde. Pet Nov Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 20 8. Ord Nov 11
SMITH, VINCENT, St John's rd, Stamford hill, Box Manufacturer. High Court. Nixon. JOHN, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, Joiner. Burton on Trent. Pet Nov 13. Pet Nov 18. Ord Nov 19 Ord Nov 15
SPRINGATE, HENRY, Burgess hill, Sussex, Corn Dealer. Brighton. Pet Nov 18. PALLASCH, HENRY, Castle st, Falcon sq. High Court. Pet July 17. Ord Nov 16
Ord Nov 18
TEAL, GEORGE, Bradford, Draper. Bradford. Pet Nov 18. Ord Nov 18
TOWELL, CHARLES, Uffculme, Devon, Boot Maker. Exeter. Pet Nov 19. Ord PHILLIPS, JAMES, Durham, Painter. Durham. Pet Oct 5. Ord Nov 13
TYLER, ROBERT EMERIC, Caroline st, Bedford sq, Architect. High Court. Pet RUSBATCH, SAMUEL, Aberdare, Glamorganshire, Boot Maker. Aberdare. Pet
Oct 8. Ord Nov 18 Nov 16. Ord Nov 16
UFFINDELL, WILLIAM, Upper Thames st, Licensed Victualler. High Court. Pet SADGROVE, THOMAS, Shaftesbury st, New North rd, Islington, Shirt Dresser.
Nov 18. Ord Nov 18
WEAVING, DANIEL, and A LICE JANE WEAVING, Dudley, Worcestershire, Milliners.
Dudley. Pet Nov 18. Ord Nov 18 Ord Nov 15
WILLIAMS, EVAN, OWEN WILLIAMS, and ROBERT GRIFFITH HUMPHREYS, KirkSIMS, ARTHUR HENRY, Southampton, Grocer. Southampton. Pet Nov 10. Ord
dale, near Liverpool, Builders. Liverpool. Pet Oct 28. Ord Nov 18 Nov 15
WRIXON, GEORGE, Westbourne, Bournemouth, Livery Stable Keeper. Poole. SMITH, Esau, Cirencester, Flock Manufacturer. Swindon. Pet Nov 13. Ord
Pet Nov 19, Ord Nov 19 Nov 17
The following Amended Notice is substituted for that published in the SOUTHCOATE, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Kingston upon Hull, Cowkeeper. Kingston
London Gazette of Nov 16. upon Hull. Pet Nov 15. Ord Nov 15 SPOOR, THOMAS, West Hartlepool, Grocer. Sunderland. Pet Nov 15. Ord Nov 15
GEORGE, WILLIAM, Llanychllwydog, Pembrokeshire, Farmer. Carmarthen. Pet
Nov 12. Ord Nov 12 STEVENS, ROBERT JOHN, Swansea, Plumber. Swansea. Pet Nov 5. Ord Nov 15
RECEIVING ORDER RESCINDED. THOMAS, ROBERT, Llanfairfechan, Carnarvonshire, Butcher. Bangor. Pet Nov CRIPPS, FREDERICK, New Brighton, Cheshire, Bookseller. Liverpool. Rec Ord 8. Ord Nov 15
Aug 12. Res Nov 18
ALLCHIN, JOHN JAMES, Dartford, Builder. Dec 2 at 11.30. Of Rec, High st, WALTON, ROBERT, Rock Ferry, Cheshire, Tailor. Northallerton. Pet Nov 4.
Rochester Ord Nov 16
ARTHUR, BENJAMIN, Penarth, Provision Merchant. Dec 2 at 12 WATSON, BENJAMIN, Lincoln, Commercial Traveller. Lincoln. Pet Nov 16.
BAILLIE, JOHN B, Cleveland row, St James's, Gent. Nov 30 at 11. Bankruptcy Ord Nov 16
bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn WELWOOD, ALEXANDER HENRY MACONOCHIE, Sinclair rd, Addison pk, Gent. High Court. Pet Sept 16. Ord Nov 17
BAYNES, Dr GEORGE AYLMER, Burfield House, Highgate. Nov 30 at 12. 33, Carey
st. Lincoln's inn ADJUDICATIONS ANNULLED. WHITTER, WILLIAM STEELE, Bristol, Electrician. Bristol. Adjud Apr 21.
BIGGS, WILLIAM HENRY, Luton, Wine Merchant. Dec 2 at 11. 29. Park st West,
CRAWFORD, GEORGE, Henning st, Battersea, Provision Merchant. Dec 2 at 3.
Off Rec, 109, Victoria st, Westminster
CROSS, ELIZABETH, Rugeley, Stafford, Shoe Dealer. Dec 1 at 11.30. County
CUMMINGS, JOHN CHARLES, Mold, Flintshire, Grocer. Nov 30 at 2
DAVIES, THOMAS EDWARD, Pontycymmer, nr Bridgend, Draper. Dec 2 at 11.30 ALLEN, ALICE, Bristol, Portmanteau Manufacturer. Bristol. Pet Nov 19. Ord
DENISON, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Kingston upon Hull, Wine Merchant. Dec 3 at Nov 19
2. Off Rec, Lincoln's inn bldgs, Bowlalley lane, Hull ARMITAGE, HENRY, Heckmondwike, Yorks, Wool Dealer. Dewsbury. Pet Nov
DUNKLEY, THOMAS, Swain's lane, Highgate, Mason. Dec 1 at 2.30. 33, Carey st,
Lincoln's inn 19. Ord Nov 19 AYLMER, Captain JOHN EVANS FREKE, Cannon st, Engineer. High Court. Pet
EDWARDS, CADWALLADER, Hove, Sussex, Gent. Nov 30 at 12 June 25. Ord Aug 10
Evans, RICHARD, Walsall, Builder. Dec 1 at 11. Off Rec, Walsall BALLARD, HENRY LEWIS, Haslemere, Surrey, Draper. Guildford and Godalming. FAWCETT, ALFRED, Wharfedale, Yorks, Farmer. Dec 2 at 12. Off Rec, 22, Park Pet Oct 23. Ord Nov 20
row, Leeds BARKER, HENRY, Asenby, Yorks, Farmer. Northallerton. Pet Oct 28. Ord Nov 19
HESKETH, JOSEPH HENRY, Preston, Lancashire, Provision Dealer. Dec 1 at 3. BAXTER, CHARLES ALBERT. Stourbridge, Worcester, Corn Merchant. Stour- HOARD, WILLIAM, and ALFRED PEAKE, Cilfynydd, nr Pontypridd, Builders. Dec
bridge. Pet Nov 15. Ord Nov 15 BIGGS. WILLIAM HENRY, Luton, Wine Merchant. Luton. Pet Nov 18. Ord
1 at 12. Off Rec, Merthyr Tydfil Nov 18
HOBINSTOCK, Hudo, and JULIUS HOBINSTOCK, Long lane, Furriers. Dec 3 at 11. BILBROUGH, JAMES, and EDWARD CROWTHER, Leeds, Woollen. Manufacturers
Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn Leeds. Pet Nov 18. Ord Nov 18
HUGHES, RICHARD, Stanford Bishop, Herefordshire, Farmer. Dec 3 at 11. Off
Rec, Worcester BINNS, GEORGE EDWARD, Bradford, Tailor. Bradford. Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 19
ILLINGWORTH, JOHN, Great Horton, Bradford, Joiner. Dec 1 at 3 BRAY, PETER, Leeds, Carting Agent. Leeds. Pet Nov 20. Ord Nov 20
JAMES, THOMAS, Blaen jarw, nr Bridgend, Draper. Dec 2 at 11 BULLOCK, JOSEPH LOMAS, a Prisoner in Mlllbank, Estate Agent. Nottingham. JONES, MARIA ELLEN, Swansea, Grocer. Dec 2 at 11. Of Rec, 6, Rutland st, Pet Nov 18. Ord Nov 18
Swansea CARTER, JOHN MONEY, Linden gdns, Chiswick, Colonel. Brentford. Pet Sept JONES, WILLIAM, Castle Foregate, Shrewsbury, Timber Haulier. Dec 13 at 10.30.
17. Ord Nov 16 COLEBROOKE, GEORGE, High st, Stratford, Clothier. Hgh Court. Pet Nov 20.
Law Society, Talbot chmbrs, Shrewsbury Ord Nov 20
KELLY, JOHN, and ROBERT STRATH, Middleton, Lancashire, Tailors. Dec 1 at DAVAGE, FREDERICK BYLES, High Holborn, Tobacconist. High Court. Pet Nov
12. Off Rec, 12, Tredegar pl, Newport, Mon
LAVENDER, WILLIAM, and EDWARD LAVENDER, Manor st, Clapham, Builders. 18. Ord Nov 18 DUNGEY, JOHN, Leytonstone, Timber Merchant. High Court. Pet Nov 18.
Nov 30 at 12. Bankruptcy bdgs, Portugal st. Lincoln's inn Ord Nov 18
LEE, THOMAS, Newport, Salop, Draper's Assistant. Dec 1 at 3. County
Court, Stafford EDWARDS, C, Hove, Sussex, Gent. Brighton. Pet Oct 20. Ord Nov 8
LEWIS, HANANIAH, Neath, Glamorgan, Grocer. Dec 1 at 11. Castle Hotel, Neath EDWARDS, JOHN, Birmingham, Beer Retailer. Birmingham. Pet Nov 20. Ord LLOYD, GEORGE, Dawley, Salop, Licensed Victualler. Dec 15 at 11.30. County
Rec, 8, King st, Norwich FURNEAUX, GEORGE WILLIAM, Pedryn, Cornwall, Sailmaker. Truro. Pet Nov MATTHEWS, SAMUEL, Bristol, Private in Commissariat and Transport Corps. 19. Ord Nov 19
Dec 2 at 11. 33, Carey st, Lincoln's inn GASCOINE, ROBERT, and ALEXANDER MACLEAN, Nottingham, Manufacturers of MECZYK, WOOLF, Steward st, Brushfield st. Whitechapel, Grocer. Dec 1 at 11. Enamelled Papers. Nottingham. Pet Sept 30. Ord Nov 10
Bankruptcy bdgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn GODDARD, EDWIN GEORGE, Reading, Coal Merchant. Reading. Pet Nov 17. MITCHELL, JOHN. Halifax, Fish Dealer. Dec 1 at 11.
Off Rec, Towphall GRIFFITHS, JOHN, Gartheli, Cardigan, Farmer. Carmarthen. Pet Nov 10. Ord MORGAN, GEORGE, Hereford, Coach Builder. Dec 2 at 2. 2, Offa gt, Hereford
NEILL, EDMUND, Stanley bldgs, St Pancras rd, Gatekeeper. Nov 30 at 2.30. 33, 18. Ord Nov 18
Carey st, Lincoln's ion HARRIS, C R, Drury lane Theatre. High Court. Pet Sept 8. Ord Nov 17
NICHOLAS, JANE ELIZABETH, Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Dealer in Fancy Goods.
Dec 1 at 3. Off Rec, 6, Rutland st, Swansea HOLMDEN, EDGAR WALTER, Dingfield, Surrey, Farmer. Tonbridge Wells. Pet Pack, JAMES, High Level Works, Brixton, Builder. Nov 30 at 2 30. Bankruptcy Nov 19. Ord Nov 19
bldgs, Portugal st, Lincoln's inn HUGHES, RICHARD, Stanford Bishop, Hereford, Farmer. Worcester. Pet Nov PERRY, WILLIAM, Rowley Regis, Stafford, Chainmaker. Dec 2 at 10.30
19. Ord Nov 19 ILLINGWORTH, JOHN, Gt Horton, Bradford, Joiner. Bradford. Pet Nov 18.
Pocock, GEORGE, Eastbourne, Butcher. Nov 30 at 1. Champion, 53a, Terminus Ord Nov 18
rd, Eastbourne JONES, MARIA ELLEN, Swansea, Grocer. Swansea. Pet Nov 20. Ord Nov 20
READ, ROBERT, Leicester, Tailor. Dec 2 at 12. 28, Friar lane, Leicester LEABERRY, GEORGE LILLEY, Chellington, Bedford, Farmer. Bedford. Pet Nov Rocke, HENRY SERLE, Green lanes, Stoke Newington, Agent. Dec 1 at 12. 33,
8. Ord Nov 19 LEE, THOMAS, Newport, Salop, Draper's Assistant. Stafford. Pet Nov 12. Ord
RUSBATCH, SAMUEL, Aberdare, Glamorgan, Bootmaker. Dec 1 at 10. Off Rec, Nov 18
Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 19
Ogden's chbrs, Bridge st, Manchester
SADGROVE, THOMAS, Shaftesbury st, New North rd, Islington, Shirt Dresser MITCHELL, JOHN, Halifax, Fish Dealer. Halifax. Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 19 MORGAN, DAVID, Cadoxton, nr Cardiff, Draper. Cardiff, Pet Nov 18. Ord Nov 18
SADLER, JAMES CREAK, King's Lynn, Norfolk, Woollen Draper, Dec 3 at 3. Off
Rec, 8, King st, Norwich MORLEY, WALTER, Nottingham, Joiner. Nottingham. Pet Nov 19. Oid Nov 19
SCOTT, THOMAS JOHN, Torquay, Innkeeper. Nov 30 at 11. Castle of Exeter
SIDDLE, JOSEPH, Sunderland, Commission Agent. Nov 30 at 12. Off Rec, 21, | ILLINGWORTH, JOHN, Gt Horton, Bradford, Joiner. Bradford. Pet Nov 18. Ord
ington. Pet Nov 15. Ord Nov 19
Nov 13. Or 1 Nov 19
28. Ord Nov 18
MITCHELL, JOHN, Halifax, Fish Dealer. Halifax. Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 20
PACKARD, DANIEL, Stutton, Suffolk, Farmer. Ipswich. Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 19
borough st, Scarborough
PARR, THOMAS, Eagle, Lincolnshire, Miller. Lincoln. Pet Nov 19. Ord Nov 19 TEMPERTON, JOSEPH, Kingston upon Hull, Seed Crusher. Dec 2 at 2. Hull In- SADLER, JAMES CREAK, King's Lynn, Norfolk, Woollen Draper. King's Lynn corporated Law Society, Lincoln's inn bldgs, Bowlalley lane, Hull
Pet Nov 15. Ord Nov 19
Court Pet Oct 15. Ord Nov 18
Ord Nov 20
BMITH, WILLIAM, Bath, Gardener. Bath. Pet Nov 16. Ord Nov 19
SNUGGS, GEORGE SAMUEL FREDERICK, and CALEB WILLIAM ALFRED SNUGGS,
Frimley, Surrey, Fishmongers. "Guildford and Godalming. Pet Oct 30.
Ord Nov 18
TEAL, GEORGE, Bradford, Draper. Bradford. Pet Nov 18. Ord Nov 18
TEMPLE, JOSEPR, Carlisle, Hotel Keeper. Carlisle. Pet Nov 16. Ord Nov 20
Makers. Carmarthen. Pet Nov 12. Ord Nov 17
Sept 28. Ord Nov 18
11. Ord Nov 19
WATSON, JOHN DOUGLAS, Lurline gdns, Battersea pk, Surgeon. Wandsworth.
Pet Nov 9. Ord Nov 19
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term had been free from any right of redemption, so as to be In the Solicitors' Journal. In the Weekly Reporter.
capable of enlargement under the Conveyancing Act, 1881, s. 65, British Marine Association Allen, In re
as in this case the mortgagee could have acquired, and therefore it MacInnes
95 Badeley v. Consolidated Bank 106 might be argued that bis money was secured on, the fee simple. Carr, Ex parte, Re Carr....
96 Brooksbank, In re, Beauclerk v. Edward Nixon, Re
Castle Mail Co., Ex parte, In re
Charles v. Jones..
82 MR. JUSTICE KAY in a lenient moment allowed a solicitor Leamington Priors Gas Co.
Courtier, In re, Coles v. Courtier,
who had been discharged before trial to obtain a charging
85 Leigh v. Leigh.
Dixon v. Farrer
95 order, under 23 & 24 Vict. c. 127, s. 28, on property reMills v. Mills
or preserved in the action, on the ground that his Reeveg v. Fowle
Gorringe v. Irwell India-rubber exertions had been instrumental in bringing about the successReg. v.Judge of the City of London
Leaf, Son, & Co.'s Trade-Mark, ful result (Re Wadsworth, 33 W. R. 558, 29 Ch. D. 517). The
99 order was made subject to the lien of the succeeding solicitors. Co. v. The London and North
Peel, In re...
81 It naturally occurred to the discharged solicitor that, as he had Western Railway Co. ...
Smith, In re. Hanpington v. True,
Giles v. True
not discharged himself, but had been discharged by his client, all the
103 ation (Lim.), Re
Strangways, In re, Hickley v. costs incurred for the same end ought to be paid pari passu, and as
between himself and the succeeding solicitors ought to rank together. Ward, Lock, & Co. v. Scott..
101 He accordingly took out a summons to have this rule applied. He Co. (Lim.)
was, however, met by a judgment of Vice-Chancellor Wood, given in Cormack v. Beisly (3 D. G. & J., at p. 162), and stated by the reporter to be "abridged from the shorthand notes of the judgment,' in which the learned judge said that“ it appeared on principle that
the solicitor who last conducted the suit was the person who ought LONDON, DECEMBER 4, 1886.
to take his costs first. Even if a solicitor was discharged by his
client he could not insist upon continuing the suit in order that he CURRENT TOPICS.
might work out his lien, nor could he, probably, even then claim NO MORE WITNESS CAUSES will be taken by Mr. Justice North or
priority over the new solicitor who conducted the cause to an end." Mr. Justice Chitty during the present sittings after this week.
As in the case in question, the solicitor had retired from the suit, these observations as to the case of a solicitor discharged by bis client were merely dicta; but Mr. Justice Kay not only
treated them as deciding the matter, but on the strength of AMONG THE NUMEROUS fluctuations in the interlocutory business them refused ave to appeal. He said that the rule laid down by of the Chancery Division is the great decrease in the number of Vice-Chancellor Wood “had not been dissented from by the judges petitions presented to the court. During last year they numbered on the appeal.” Of course not, it might be said; there was no exactly 1,000; in 1880 they were 2,023, and in 1870 4,103. question of a solicitor discharged by a client before them for During the same period the summonses adjourned to be heard in decision. The matter is one on which there is a good deal to be court have increased in a corresponding ratio, though, owing to a said both ways, and it is certainly to be regretted that it is not to defect in the returns, we are unable to give the figures.
be discussed before the Court of Appeal. In spite of Mr. Justice Kay's statement that “there is no hardship.” in the rule, we
venture to think that there may be a good deal of hardship in the IT WILL BE seen from a report of Reeve v. Fowle, which will be charge of a solicitor discharged by his client being postponed to found elsewhere, that the Court of Appeal has put a final that of the succeeding solicitor; instances are conceivable in which, stop to a practice—which we believe has been very generally while he may have done the greater part of the work, he may, by adopted by county court judges, under the Debtors Act, 1869–
no act of his own, lose the whole or a part of his costs. On the after an order has been made for payment by instalments and other hand, it may, no doubt, be contended that if the succeeding default has occurred, of making an order for committal, with a
solicitor does little work, his costs will be proportionately small, direction that the warrant thereunder should not issue so long as
so that the rule does not work unfairly. Our impression, however, monthly instalments are duly paid. The Court of Appeal held is that the balance of fairness is in the direction of all costs which that this was practically an order of commitment on failure to pay tend to the successful result being paid pari passu. For the any one of the future instalments, and was in excess of the present, however, it must be taken to be settled that, whether a jurisdiction of the court. We regret the result of the decision, solicitor retires or is discharged by his client, his charge upon for we believe the effect of the practice has been to lessen the funds recovered or preserved in the action will be postponed to the number of imprisonments, and that it has been, on the whole, lien of the succeeding solicitor. beneficial alike to creditor and debtor.
AN ESTEEMED CORRESPONDENT, following the prevalent fashion, A QUESTION which has long been a moot point among convey- has propounded a prize puzzle, omitting, however, the prize. He ancers was decided by Mr. Justice STIRLING on Saturday in Leigh asks us whether a candidate for the mayoralty, being the outgoing
Leigh—namely, whether a power to invest on “ real securities": mayor, can preside at his own election, and, if so, whether he may authorizes an investment on the security of a portions term. It give himself an original vote, and, in case of equality, a casting has been the general opinion of conveyancers that a security on 8 | vote algo ? And he adds another problem as to whether the term of this nature was within the power (see 2 Dav. Prec., Part mayor can give like votes for an alderman. The omniscience 2, 460, where the author says,
"A simple term of years and a supposed to belong to the editorial “we” being inadeterm defeasible for non-payment of rent or breach of covenant quate for the solution of these problems, they were referred fi.e., a leasehold) are both technically · real securities”; but the to a learned authority on the Municipal Corporations Acts, who first, being a safe security, is proper for trustees; the latter, has favoured us with the following observations:-“The quesgenerally not being safe, is not proper"; 3 Dav. Prec. 37; Re tion, which is by no means an easy one, depends upon the conChenell, 8 ch. D. 492); but this opinion' was disapproved of in struction of sections 15 and 61 of the Municipal Corporations Act, Nr: Justice Stirling decided that a term for raising portions is not mentioned, ' at every meeting of the council the mayor, if present,
It is probable that a large number of invest- shall be chairman,' provision being subsequently made for supplyments on the mortgage of a long term have been made in reliance ing his place in case of absence, but in no other case. Therefore, on Mr. Davidson's opinion, and therefore the decision is one of as far as the statute law is concerned, the mayor can clearly pride that it is possible that the decision might have been diferent it the him, the proceedings not having such a judicial character as tu
" real security.”