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RowsbSfarham.—Oct. 11, at Sydenham, Henry Jonkyn Rowee, M.A., of the Inner Temple, barrister-at-law, to Louie, daughter of Henry Mills Sparham, The Warren, Foreet-hill.

Salisbury—Tucker.— October 15, at St. Paul's Church, Herne-hill, by tbe Rev. William Powell, vicar, Charlee Swinbourne Salisbury, of Herne-hill, S.E., to Florence, thir.l daughter of John Tucker, solicitor, 68, Chancery-lane, W.C. No cards.



FaiDAT, Oct. 14,1981. Under tbe Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar.

To Surrender in London.

Stammers, Frederick William, Now Cross rd, Draper. Pet Oct 13. Pepys. Nov 2 at 12.30

Tompson, Thomas Moulton, Huntingdon Bt, Bamsbury, Journeyman Butcher. Pet Oct 10. Hazlitt. Oct 26 at 1

To Surrender in the Country.

Beales, Daniel, Attleborough, Norfolk, Farmer. Pet Oct 12. Cooke. Norwich, Oct 26 at 12

Davison, Samuel, Tewkesbury, Gloucester, Butcher. Pet Oct 11. Galo. Cheltenham, Oct 31 at 11

Harris, George, Walker, Northumberland, Brick Manufacturer. Pet Oct 8. Dagget. Newcastle. Oct 27 at 11

Hunt, Joseph, Snaitb, York, Maltster. Pet Oct 10. Mason. Wakefield. Oct 26 at 12

Ives, John, Hyde, Chester, Brush Manufacturer. Pot Oct 10. Hall.

Ashton-under-Lyne, Oct 27 at 11 Smith, Elizabeth, Leeds, Dressmaker. Pet Oct 12. Marshall.

Leeds, Oct 26 at 11

Tuesday, Oct. 18,1881. Under the Bankruptcy Aot, 1869. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Registrar. To Surrender in London. Lyons, Charles, Fenchurch st, Tailor. Pet Oct 15. Pepys. Nov 2 at 12.30

To Surrender in the Country. Back, Leonard, Aslacton, Norfolk, Farmer. Pet Oct 12. Cooke.

Norwich, Oct 29 at 11 Elliott, Jnmes George, and Robert William Drew Lamble, Liverpool,

Tailors. Pet Oct 7. Belli ingcr. Liverpool, Oct 31 at 12 Esjplin, Alexander, Tideswclt, Derby, Joiner. Pet Oct 14. Weller.

Derby, Nov 3 at 12 Bcholes, James, Hyde, Chester, Boerseller. Pet Oct 13. Hall.

Ashton-uiuler-Lyno, Nov 3 nt 11 White, George, Guildford, Surrey, Draper. Pet Oct 15. White.

Guildford, Oct 29 at 11 Williams, Watkin, Cardiff, Builder. Pot Oct 13. Langley. Cardiff,

Oct 2S at 11

Wotton, Edwin, Taunton, Somerset, Auctioneer. Pet Oct 14. Meyler.
Taunton, Oct 29 at 10

Fbiday, Oct. 14,1881.
Keenc, Edward, Now Bond st, Chemist's Manager. Oct 11

Tuesday, Oct. It*, 1881.
Higgins, Ann, Torquay, Devon. Oct 13
Pritchard, William, Llandudno, Carnarvon. Oct 12
Liquidations by Arrangement.
Friday, Oct. 14,1881.
Ascott, John, Colchester, Essex, Upholsterer. Oct 27 at 12 at offices

of Prior, Head st, Colchester Atkinson, Myers, Shipley, York, Grocer. Oct 27 at 11 at offices of

Hutchinson and Son, Piccadilly, Bradford Banks, James, Tabard st, Southwark, Undertaker. Nov 2 at 3 at

offices of Chipperffeld, Trinity st, Southwark Barniughi;m, Charles, Owston, Lincoln, Stonemason. Oct 27 at 3

at Rod Lion Hotel, Epworth. Newborn, Epworth Bartlc, Rev. George, Formby, Lancaster, Clerk in Holy Orders. Nov 2 at 2 at offices of Norris and Sons, Union court, Castlo st, Liverpool

Basnett, .Samuel, and James Jones, Denton, Lancaster, Hat Manufacturer. Oct 28 at 4 at offices of Brooks and Co, Cheapsido, Manchester

Bennoy, Richard, jnn, Malpas, nr, Truro, Cornwall, Ship Chandler.

Nov 1 at 11 at offices of Carlyon and Son, Princes st, Truro Best, George Frederick, Railton rd, Brixton, Glass Dealer. Oct 25

at 3 at offices of Hanson, King st, Cheapsido. Wctherlicld, Queen

Bt, Cheapside

Blackbum, Thomas, West Hartlepool, Durham, Market Gardener.

Oct 29 at 4 at Stranton Hotel, West Hartlepool Bone. Charles Cooper, sen.. Southwark Bridge rd, Carman. Oct 25

at 3 at offices of Chipperfleld, Trinity st, Southwark Bradbury, Henry, Hcdnesford, Stafford, Beer Retailer. Nov 1 at 11

at offices of Ooitcrcll and Carter, Bridge st, Walsall Braimc. Kdwin, Liverpool, Milliner. Oct 27 at 3 at offices of Harris

and Corst, Harrington st, Liverpool Brangnin, John Arthur, llray, Berks, Grocer. Oct 27 at 12 at offices

of Ward, tho Elms, Broadway, Maidenhead Brooks, George, Salford-Lancaster, Provision Dealer. Oct 26 at 3

at office of Trcmewen, Ward's bldgs, Dcansgate, Manchester Butcher, Alfred Robert* Wellingborough, Northampton, Ironmonger.

Oct 25 at 12 at offices of Burnham and Henry, High st, Wellingborough

Chapman, Thomas Henry, Leeds, Grocer. Oct 27 at 2 at the Law

Institute, la, Albion pi, Leeds. Malcolm, Leeds Churchill, Genrge, Birmingham, Iron Merchant, Oct 26 at 3 at

offices of Fallows, Cherry st, Birmingham Cockrcll, William Worlledge, East Mcrsea, Essex, Farmer. Oct 23

at 4 at offices of Jones and Son, Townhall chmbrs, Colchoster

Collins, Thomas, Oldbury, Worcester, Coalmastcr. Oct 28 at 11 at

ofllces of Caddick, New st, West Bromwich Cooper, Thomas, Manchester, Grocer. Oct 23 at 2 at the Cathedral

Hotel, Fonnoll st, Manchester. Law, Manchester Cuthbert, Jonathan, Thnndridgo, Hertford, Farmer. Oct 2' at 12 at

the Dimsdale Arms, Hotel, Hertford. Baker and T homey croft.

Bishop's Stortford Davis, Henry, Manchester, Commission Agent. Oct 24 at 3 at the

Falstaff Hotel, Market pi, Manchester. Tremewen, Manchester Dowse, Robert William, Manchester, Tailor. Oct 2B at 11 at offices

of Bates and Jellicorse, Market st, Manchester Dugdale, Arthur, Olayton-le-Moors, Lancaster, Grocer. Oct 27 at

11 at offico of Haworth, Lord Bt, West Blackburn Duntborne, John Hall, Stockton on Tees, Tailor. Oct 21 at 3 at

offices of Best, High st, Stockton on Tees Dyson, Montague, Halifax, Bocrhouse Keeper, Oct 26 at 11 at offices

Rhodes, Horton st, Halifax Evans, Henry, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Tailor. Oct 2! at 12 at

offices of Boddoe, Victoria st, Merthyr Tydfil Fagg, Alexander Thomas Smith, Capel le Feme, nr Folkestone.

Kent, Farmer. Oct 26 at 1 at the Royal Hotel, Folkem.inf.

Mowll and Co

Ford, Thomas, Littleover, Derby, Coal Dealer. Oct 27 at 11 at office*

of Hextall, Full st, Derby Fox, Isaac Arthur, Sheffield, Cowkoepor. Oct 27 at 11 at offices cf

Clayton, Norfolk Bt Frost, John Thomas, Derby, Tailor. Oct 27 at 12 at offices of Robotham, St Alkmund's Churchyard, Derby Gilbert, James, Plymouth, Cabinet Maker. Oct 26 at 3 at offices of

Stanbury, Princess sq, Plymouth Greaves, William, Buxton, Derby, Grocer. Nov 1 at 3 at offices of

Bennet, Terrace rd, Buxton Gregory, William, Gregory, Bnrnley, Lancaster, Tanner. Nov

4 at 12 at the Mitre Motel", Cathedral-steps, Manchester. Knowles,


Gutteridgc, Joseph, Tipton, Stafford, Licensed Victualler. Oct JJ

at 2 at offices of Travis, Church lane, Tipton Hardy, William Christopher, Great Grimsby, Cabinet Makers. Oct

20 at 2.30 at offlcoslof Mason, Victoria st South, Great Ur.m-hT Harryman, George, Mercworth, Kent, Grocer. Oct 25 at 11.39 at

offices of Norton and Son, Earl st, Maidstone Henry, David, Tyssen st, Bcthnal Green rd. Chair Manufacturer.

Oct 31 at 3 at offices of Prockter and Andrews, Princes si, Spjal


Hipwell, Thomas, Croydon, Surrey, Surveyor. Oct 25 at 2 at offices

of Hogan and Hughes, Martin's lane, Cannon st Hopewell, John, Salford, Lancaster, Draper. Oct 31 at 3 at offices

of Leigh, Brownest, Manchester Horner, Calvert, Skipton, York, Plumber. Oct 27 at 3 at Ship Hotel


Horaneld, William, Kimberley, Nottingham, Engineer. Oct 2S at 11

at offices of Martin and Son, Low pavement, Nottingham Howarth, Isaac, Roytoa, nr Oldham, Lancaster, Butcher. Oct 26 a: 3

at offices of Andertou and Donnelly, Garden st, Rury Ingloy, William, Birmingham, Bootmaker. Oct 25 at 1 at offices of

Smith, Templo st, Birmingham Ives, John, Alvesthorpe, Wakefield, York, Contractor. Oct 31 at tat

offices of Kemp, Barstow sq, Wakefield Johnson, Charles Richard, Crowe, Chester, Grocer. Nov 3 at 11 at

offices of Hill, Market st, Crewe Kilmister, Daniel, Bedminster, Bristol, Builder. Oct 21 at 12 tt

offices of Murly and Co, Old Post offico chambers, Corn st, ttrU


Kirby, Peter, Norton, nr Doncastcr, York, Farmer. Oct 27 at 3 at

Elephant Hotel, Doncastcr. Lister, Wakefield Kirkup, Thomas, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Chemist. Oct 26at 2 at ofice

of Wallace, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Knight, William, Nottingham, Pork Pie Maker. Nov 3 at 4 at cfira

of Cockayne, Fletcher gate, Nottingham Lee, Patrick, Crewe, Chester, Egg Importer. Oct 25 at 11 at Alom

chbrs, Church side, Crewe. Pointon, Crewe Lewis, Howell, Llanelly, Grocer. Oct 25 at 11 at offices of HoweH.

Stepney st, Llanelly Liddell, Joseph, Newcastle-npon-Tync, Manure Merchant. Oct *

at 3 at offices of Holmes and Robson, Pilgrim st, Nowcastle-upoa


Longbottom, John, Kingston-upon-Hull, Ginger Beer ManufacturerOct 21 at 12 at offices of Hall, Bishop lane, Kingston-upon-HrJI

Lowe, Tetcr Walker, Salford, Painter. Oct 21 at 11 at office of Connor, Princess st, Manchester

Lowe, Rev. William, Bunbury, Chester. Oct 27 at 11 at offices of Cooke, Templo chbrs. Oak st, Crewe

Martiu, Robert Ferguson, Newport, Monmouth, Supervisor of Inland Revcnuo Oct 27 at 12 at offices of Uibbs and Llewellyn, Bridge st, Newport

Mason, Henry, Bourn, North Fon, Lincoln, Farmer. Oct 29 at LUf> at Argcl Hotel, Bourn. Calthmp, Spalding

Mason, Robert, Burwell, Cambridge. Farmer. Nov 7 at 11 at White Horse Inn, Burwell. D'Albani, Newmarket

McCann, Henry, and Louis McCann, Birmingham, Glass Paper Manufacturers. Oct 27 at 3 at offices of Maher, Upper Temple st, Birmingham

Niven, Robert, Liverpool, Wine Merchant. Nov 7 nt 3 at office* Harmood and Co, North John st, Liverpool. Lowndes and Son, Liverpool

Nurse, George, Bedford. Commercial Traveller. Oct 27 at 11 at tie

Goorgo Hotel, Bedford. Jossopp, Bedford Parker, Joshua, and Charles Thomas Parker, Norwich. Hab

mongers. Oct 28 at 12 at offices of Sadd and Linay, Theatre rt,


Pearson, Charles William, Walsall, Stafford. Retail Brewer. Oct S

nt 10.15 at offices of East, Temple st, Birmingham Plant, Matliew, Smethwick, Stafford, Grocer. Oct 28 at 3 at Citom

of Jaqncs, Temple row, Birmingham Pointon, Samuel, Manchester, Coal Merchant. Nov 1 at 4 at offices

of Addleshaw and Warbnrton, Norfolk st, Manchester Raitt, William Henry, High at, Deptford, Hatter. Oct 31 at 3 at

offices of Champion and Co, Ironmonger lane, Chcapaide

Header, James, Chapel rd, Stamford hill, Grocer, Oct 24 at 2 at offices of Morphett, King et, Cheapside. Wetherfield, Queen st, W Cheapside

Rees, Richard, Merthvr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Tailor. Oct 27 at 12 at

offices of Beddoe, victoria st, Merthyr Tydfil Roberts, Alan Randall, Reading, Berks, Tobacconist, Oct 31 at 2

at 146, Cheapside, Robinson, King st, Snow Hill Sadler, Christopher Spanton, Stutton, Suffolk, Farmer. Oct 27 at

11 at offioes of Titchmorsh, Museum st, Ipswich. Birkett and

Bantoff, Ipswich

Sanderson, Joseph, Spilsby, Lincoln, Innkeeper. Oct 27 at 2 at offices of Thimbleby and Son, Spilsby

Sargent, Charles, Godliman st. Furrier. Oct 27 at 2 at offices of Barron, Coleman st. Cotton, St Martin's-le-grand

Scott, Benjamin Dickinson, Tynemoutb, Northumberland, Licensed Victualler. Oct 21 at 3 at offices of Sewell, Grey st, Newcastleupon-Tyne

Scrivener, Walter Trigg, Ipswich, Suffolk, Coal Merchant's Clork. Oct 26 at 11 at Tradors Association, Post Office chmbrs, Ipswich. Birkett and Bantoft, Ipswich

S harm an, George Albert, Liverpool, Boot and Shoe Dealer. Nov 3 at 2 at Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Montague, Bucklersbury

Shrimpton, Ebenezer, and James Henry Wellington, Walworth rd,

Cheesemongers. Oct 27 at 12 at Bridge House Hotel, London

Bridge. Wade, Clifford's-inn Smith, Charles Thomas, Kidderminster, Worcester, Licensed

Victualler. Oct 26 at 3 at offices of Roden and Dawes, Bank bldgs,


Smith, Francis Thomas, West Dnlwich, Surrey, Nurseryman. Nov 1 at 2 at Guildhall Tavern, Grcsham st. Michael, Gt Win. cheater st

Spencer, Joseph, Chesterfield, Licensed Victualler. Oct 27 at 3 at

offices of Hoxtall, Full st, Derbv Swarbrick, John, and William Swarbrick, Blackburn, Lancaster,

Brickmakers. Oct 27 at 3 at offices of Malnm Brothers, Exchange

Flags, Blackburn Thomas, John, Llanelly, Carmarthen, Grocer. Oct 26 at 3 at offices

of Snead, Llanelly Thompstone, Samuel, Fradley, Stafford, Farmer. Oct 28 at 11 at

offices of Fisher and Co, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicester Townend, Joseph, Dewsbury, York, Commercial Traveller. Oct 25

at 3 at offices of Mitcheson, Union st, Heckmondwiko Trievnor, John William, Margate, Cigar Merchant. Oct 31 at 2 at

Guildhall Coffee House, Guildhall Turner, Thomas, Stretford, Lancaster, Upholsterer. Oct 26 at 3 at

Grosvonor Hotel, Deansgate, Manchester. Woolley, Manchester Vale, John, Hammersmith rd, Hammersmith, Accountant. Oct 28

at 10 at offices of Norman, Gt Marlborough st "Walker, James. Short Heath, near Wolverhampton, Farmer. Oct

28 at 12 at offices of Baker, Bridge st, Walsall "Webb, Alfred, Sunny View villas. South Croydon, out of busin°ss.

Oct 26 at 2 at Bell Inn, Dorking. Durbidgo, Southampton bldgs,

Chancery lano

Webb, Henry John, Kingswinford, Stafford, Licensed Victualler.

Oct 27 at 3.30 at offices of Addison. High st, Brierley hill Whittaker, Aaron, Oldham, Lancaster, Xicensed Victualler. Nov 2

at 3 at offices of Ascroft, Clegg st, Oldham Wilcox, Henry Zechariah, Bromley, Kent, Builder. Oct 26 at 2 at

the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham st. Lockyer, Deptford Wilkes, John, Stafford, Licensed Victualler. Oct 26 at 11 at offices

of Bowen, Martin st, Stafford Williams, John, Shotton, Flint, Sailmaker. Nov 2 at 2 at offices

of Tibbits and Sons, 1, Old Post Offico gate, Eastgate, Chester. Wilson, William, and John Alsop Wilson, Choster-lo-street, Durham,

Boot Manufacturers. Oct 28 at 2.30 at the Traders* Association,

Grainger st West, Ncwcastle-on-Tyno. Criddle, Newcastlc-on


Wood, John William, Bradford, York, Grocer. Oct 28 atll atofflces

of Moore, Albion chmbrsi, Hustlergate, Bradford Wright, John, Hanley, Stafford, Auctioneer. Oct 25 at 11 at offices

of Ashmall, 33, Albion st, Hanley Young, James Arthur, Victoria chmbrs, Westminster, Engineer.

Nov 1 at 3 at offices of Alsop and Co, Gt Marlborough st

TtJKSDAT, Oct. 18, 1881.

Adler, Viggo, Kingston upon Hull, Provision Merchant. Oct 28 at 3 at offices of Jackson, Imperial chmbrs, Bowlalley lane, Kingston upon Hull

Ashby, Robert Alfred, Northampton, Tailor. Oct 31 at 12 at offices

of Andrew, Market so, Northampton Armishaw, George Watson, and Arthur Armishaw, General

Merchants, Liverpool. Oct 31 at 2 at offices of Harmood and Co,

North John st, Liverpool. Stone and Co, Liverpool Barnes, Edward James, Long lane, Borough, Boot Dealer. Oct

27 at 2 at the Masons' Hall, Masons' avenue. Fowler, Dowgate


Barnett, Henry, Stourport, Worcester, Basket Maker. Oct 28 at 3 at 3, Commercial bldgs, Kidderminster. Bagster

Bastow, Frank Stewart, Poultry, Merchant Taylor. Oct 26 at 3 at offices of Foreman and Co, Gresham st. Cannon, Wood Exchange Coleman st

Batkin, John, Birkenhead, Chester, Painter. Oct 31 at 11 at 9,

Duncan st, Birkenhead. Thompson, Birkenhead Beaumont, James, Honley, York, Dyer. Nov 3 at 11 at offices of

Bottomley, New st, Huddersfield Bellis, William, Sale, Chester, Grocer. Oct 27 at 3 at offices of

Richardson, Kennedy st, Manchester Bennett, Reuben, Warrington, Forgeman. Nov 2 at 3 at offices of

Moore and Son, Upper Bank st, Warrington Berisford, Thomas, Chestor, Provision Dealer, Oct 20 at 11 at office

of Mason, Bridge st row East, Chester Blood, Abraham, Ashby-de*hvZouch, Grocer. Oct 27 at 11 at office

of Fisher and Co, Ashby-de-la-Zouch Bradbury, Joseph Dormer, Chapel End, Warwick, Grocer. Oct 31

at White Horse Inn, Roadway, Redworth. Pogmore, Ather


Bradnick, Lemuel Bell, Bos combo rd, Shepherd's Bush, Manager to a Dairy Company. Nov 9 at 2 at office* of May, Russell sq

Brodie, Sarah, Liverpool, Innkeeper. Nov 3 at 3 at office of Best,

Dale st, Liverpool Bubb, Anthony Alfred, Gloucester, Baker. Oct 31 at 12 at New Inn,

Northgate st, Gloucester. Champney, Gloucester Burgess, Edmund, jun, Smallwood, Chester, Hay Dealer. Nov 2 at>

12 at offices of Cooper, John st, Tanstall Butcher, Charles, Martock, Somerset, out of business. Oct 29 at 11

at offices of Watts, Yeovil Butcher, Gemariah, and William Samuel Hartwell, Northampton,.

Shoe Manufacturers. Oct 31 at 11 at offices of Becke, Derogate,


Candy, Alfred, Southampton, Pork Butcher. Oct 26 at 3 at office of

Lamport, Portland st, Southampton Collard, Benjamin, Walworth rd, Ham and Beef Merchant. Oct 31

at 11 at offices of Jacobs, Blackfriars rd Cooke, James Holder, Birmingham, Grocer. Oct 31 at 3 at offices of

Sanders and Co, Colmore row, Birmingham Cooper, Henry Ho ward, Lymington, Southampton, Grocer. Oct 28"

at 3 at offices of Watts, Arthur st East Corless. James, Forest hill, Kent, Oil and Colourman. Oct 29 at 3'

at offices of Webb, Park rd ter, Forest hill Cornforth, William, Darlington, Durham, Grocer. Nov 1 at 11 at

offices of Wilkes, Northgate, Darlington Davies, John, Hosolor, Warwick, Schoolmaster Nov 5 at 3 at Bear

Hotel, Alcester. Britton, Alcester Deakin, John, Burslem, Stafford, Butcher. Nov 4 at 2 at offices of"

Sutton, Waterloo rd, Burslem Dell, Francis Henry, Penarth, nr. Cardiff,, Brewer. Oct 19 at 12 at

Royal Hotel, St Mary st. Cardiff, in lieu of the place originally


Denny, Cornelius, Lawshall, Suffolk, General Shop Keeper. Nov L

at 12 at Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds Dickson, George, Weston supor Mare, Somerset, Builder. Nov 7 at

2.30 at offices of Bakers and Co, Weston super Mare Dissingion, Thomas, Longton, Stafford, Grocer. Oot 27 at 11 at

offices of Kent, Chancery lane, Longton Edwards, Edward, Liscard, Chester, Plumber. Nov 5 at 11 at offices

of Bleakley and Downbam, Hamilton sq, Birkenhead Fitchett, John. Morley, Derby, Farmer. Nov 1 at 2 at offices of

Robotham, St Alkmunds church yd, Derby Fletcher, Joseph, Moss Side, Manchester, Mechanical Foreman.

Oct 23 at 4 at offices of Phillips, King st, Manchester Foulds, Jeremiah, Binglev, York, Licensed Victualler. Oct 26 at

10.30 at offices of Neill, Kirkgate, Bradford Fulwood, Ebenezer, Birmingham, Timber Merchant. Oct 31 at 3 at

offices of Johnson and Co, Waterloo st, Birmingham Gadsby, John, Hanley, Grocer. Oct 27 at 3 at offices of Ashmall,

Albion st, Hanley Graham, William Richard, Stockton-on-Tees, Chemist. Oct 26 at

2.30 at offices of Best, High st, Stockton-on-Tees Greon, Thomas Dowler, Birmingham, Brass Founder. Oct 28 at J

at Grand Hotel, Colmore row, Birmingham. Plant, Birmingham* Gregory, James Valentine, Ipswich, Grocer. Nov 1 at 2 at the

Creditors Association, Arthur st East. Jackaman and Sons*


Harradine, Henry Ground, Bewdley, Worcester. Nov 2 at 3 at

George Hot-el, Bewdley. Hemingway, Bewdley Harris, Nelson, Stone, Stafford, Builder. Oct 28 at2 at offices of Paddock and Sons, High st, Stone Hartwell, Joseph, Northampton, Machine Sewer. Oct 31 at 3 at

offices of Becke, Derngate, Northampton Haughton, James, Lees, nr Oldham, Lancaster, Publican. Oct 28 at

3 at offices of Sampson, South Kingst, Manchester Heale, Edmund, Leyton, Essex, out of business. Oct 25 at 2 at offico

of Morphett, the Grove, Stratford Hewitt, Joseph, Accrington, Lancaster, Contractor. Oct 31 at 3 at

offices of Riley, Abbey st, Accrington. Sharpies, Accrington Hobmon, Thomas, Huddersfield, York, Milk Dealer. Oct 3l at 11 at

offices of Whitloy and Whitloy, New st, Huddersfiold Hopkins, John, Pymawr Swyddffynon, Lledroducha, Cardigan,

Farmer. Oct 28 at 3 at offices of Hughes and Sons, Pier st, Aber


Howarth, Mark, Sunderland, Durham, Builder. Nov 3 at 11 at offices ■ of Rawlings, John st, Sunderland. Botterell and Roche, Sunderland

Ingham, James Edward, Percy Villa, Walham green, Gentleman.

Oct 20 at 2 at Inns of Court Hotel, Lincoln's inn fields. Negus,

Lincoln's inn fields Jeffreys, Thomas, Llandyssul, Cardigan, Cattle Dealer. Nov 2 at

12.30 at offices of Morris, Red st, Carmarthen Johnson, Alfred, Wanborough. Wilts, Farmer. Oct 28 at 11 at offices

of Kinneir and Toombs, High st, Swindon Jones, Thomas, Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthen, Ironmonger. Oct 31

at 12 at offices of Evans and Son, Newcastle Emlyn Jordan, Thomas, Birmingham, Laceman. Oct 28 at 11 at offices of

Hodgson and Price, Waterloo st, Birmingham King, Ernost Albert, Maiden rd, Haverstock-hill, Grocer. Oct 28

at 2 at offices of Andrews and Mason, Ironmonger lane. Taylor and Taylor, Now Broad st Laws, William, Durham, Gardener. Oct 28 at 11 at offices of

Jackson and Jackson, Albert rd, Middlesborough La, George, Leeds, Builder. Oct 31 at 11 at offices of Dale, Albion.

st, Leeds

Lord, James Herbert. Huddersfield, Woollen Merchant. Nov 8 at IV

at offices of Whitley and Whitley, New st, Huddersfield Mayn, John, Leicester, Draper. Nov 2 at 12 at offices of Fowler and

Co, Greyf riars chmbrs, Friar lane, Leicester Milner, Laura, Arundel, Sussex, Ladies' School Proprietress*

Nov 8 at 4 at Norfolk Hotel, Arundel. Goodman, Brighton Nay lor, Thomas, Waterlooville, nr Cosham, Hants, Grocer. Oct 31

3 at offices of Edmonds and Co, St James's st, Portsoa. Cousin

and Burridge, Portsmouth Nye, Henry Samuel, Westbourne st, Pimlico, Chimney Sweeper*

Nov 4 at 4 at offices of Gadsden and Treherne, Bedford row O'Brien Michael, Plymouth, Provision Merchant. Oct 31 at 11 at

offices of Elworthy and Co, Oourtenay st Painter, Vincent, Walsall, Stafford, Tailor. Nov 4 atll at Midland

Hotel, New st, Birmingham. Ramaden and Co, Huddersfield

Parker, John, Churton by Aldford, Chester, Farmer. Nov 1 at 2 at offices of Royle, Newgate st. Cheater

Pickering, John, Martin at, Stratford, out of hnsiness. Oct 31 at 11 at offices of Blake and Co, College hill. Cannon st

Piggins, Samuel, Middle st, Old Brompton, Licensed Victualler. Oct 31 at 3 at the Kings Head Hotel, High st, Rochester. Shakespear, Newgate st

Preacott, John, Iddinshall, nr Tarporley, Chester, Farmer. Nov. 4 at 12 at the Queen's Hotel, Chester. Churton, Chester

Riddlesdon, Benjamin, Gawtnorpe, nr York, out of business. Oct

28 at 3 at offices of Lodge and Co, Park row, Leeds

Riley, Edmund, Accrington, Lancaster, Fruiterer. Nov 3 at 12 at the Mitre Hotel, Cathedral-gates, Manchester. Ainsworth, Blackburn

Rogers, Arthur, Birmingham, Grocer. Oct 29 at 3 at offices of

Hodgson and Price, Waterloo st, Birmingham Schooling, James, Pimlico rd, Boot and .'Shoe Maker. Nov 4 at 2

at offices of Stokes, Chancery lane Simmons, William George, Leyton, Essex, Slate Merchant. Nov 7

at 2 at offices of Blachford and Co, Collego hill, Cannon st Smith, Joseph Richard, Sawbridge, Wolfhampcote, AVarwick,

Fanner. Oct31 at 3 at offices of Wood, Southam Start, William Thomas, Devonport, Grocer. Oct 29 at 11 at Bank of

England chambers, Plymouth Taylor, Joseph, Great Bentley, Essex, Hayand Coal Merchant. Oct

29 at 11 at offices of Goody and Son, Colchester

Terry, Edward. Word, Kent, Miller. Oct 31 at 12 at Bell Hotel,

Sandwich. Emmerson and Cottew, Sandwich Thompson, Isaac, Wigton, Cumberland, Innkeeper. Oct 29 at 11 at

King's Head Inn, High st, Wigton. Lawson, Wigton Thompson, John, Dalston, Cumberland, Blacksmith. Oct 31 at 3 at

offices of Wannop, Scotch bt, Carlisle Towncll, Joseph, Normanton, York, Grocer. Oct 28 at 11 at offices

of Lake and Lake, Southgnte, Wakefield Travis, George, Manchester, Yarn Agent. Oct 31 at 3 at offices of

Ponsonby and Carlile, Clegg st, Oldham Yarcoe, John, St Stephens-by-Saltnsh, Cornwall, Market Gardener.

Oct 31 at 11 at offices of Square and Co, Bank of England chbrs,


Wadsworrh, Hobson, Bnrnley, Lancaster, Draper. Nov 3 at 12 at

offices of Knowles, Nicholas st, Burnley Walker, Jumes Greatholdor, Ashton-upon-Mcrsev, Choster, Joiner.

Oct 31 at 11 at Bull's Head Hotel, Sale. Sherratt, Manchester Walton, Isaac, Hartlepool, Durham, Tailor. Nov 1 at 3 at offices of

Bell and Co, Church st, West Hartlepool Ward, David, Pudsey, Calverlcy, York, Flock Manufacturer. Oct 31

at 3 at offices of Berry and Robinson, Charles st, Bradford Warham, William, Middlesborougb, York, Coach Builder. Oct 31 at

2.'M) at offices of Lewis, Zetlaud rd, Middlesbrough Wells, Tom James, Lewisham, Kent, Grocer. Oct 27 at 11 at offices

of Hughes, Eastchcap White, William, Durham, Retired Excise Officer. Nov 3 at 11 at

oihces of Marshall, Market pi, Durham Wilson, Henry, Marske-by-the-Sea, York, Boot Dealer. Oct 31 at 12

at offices of To ale, Albert rd, Middlesbrough "Wilson, John, Now Inn yard, Shoreditch. Licensed Victualler.

Nov 2 at 3 at offices of Palmer and Smith, Charles sq, Hoxton Wittenberg, Max, Menai bridge, Anglesey, Meerschaum Pipe

Manufacturer. Nov 3 at 2 at Bron Reiont, Carnarvon. Allanson Wood, Henry Thomas Gibbons, Boston, Lincoln, Chemist. Oct 29 at

11 nt offices of Millingtonand Simpson, Wide Ttareuto, Boston Young, Thomas, Hove, Sussex, Greengrocer. Oct 31 at3 atofficcsof

Nye, North st, Brighton


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WANTED, an Unadmitted Assistant Mar* Clork, chiefly in Chancery Division Practice.—Ap? letter to A. B., care of Mr. Eyre, Law Stationer, 14, New-i Lincoln's-inn, W.C, stating full particulars of former c salary required, age, &c.

HOUSEKEEPER desires a Re-engagement. She can be very strongly recommended by her present employers (a firm in Lincoln's-inn-heids) to tnko charge of a house or offices. Married. No children. Thoroughly understands all the duties, and is most trustworthy.—Apply to Hodseksepxx, 70, IjncohVs-mnflelds.

LONDON GAZETTE (published bv authoritvl and LONDON and

HENRY GREEN, Advertisement Agent, begs to direct the attention of the Legal Profession to the advantages of his long experience of upwards of thirty years, in the special insertion of all pro forma notices, Ac, nnd hereby solicits their continued support.—N.B. One copy of advertisement only required, and lbs strictest care and promptitude assured. Official stamped forms Car advertisement and file of " London Gazette " kept. By apporntmei;.

HAMPTON & SONS make NO CHAROB for inserting particulars in their FREE MONTHLY REGISTER of ESTATES, TOWN and COU>TKV HOUSES, Famished at Unfurnished, or for Sale, to be bail GRATIS at their Offices, or post-free for two stamps. Published on the 1st of the month, a£d particulars for insertion should be sent not later Lh&n five daya previous to end of preceding month. Valuations for Probate and Transfer. Survovs.

Estate and Auction Offices, 6, Pall Mall East, S.W.

AUCTION ROOMS Specially for the Sale of Literary Property, Music, and World of Art, 47, LEICESTER SQUARE, LONDON, W.C

MESSKS. PDITICK & SIMPSON beg to announce that the above rooms are open daily for the reception of all k inds of Literary and Art Property, Musical Collections, Ac, intc nded for Sale by Auction. Messrs. P. & S. feel assmred that the nec essary knowledge (pained only by long experience t and theexten. sive connection enjoyed by their firm will be a sufficient f to solicitors and others that such property entrusted to i will be arranged for sale in the most advantageous mannc Valuations for Probate or Legacy Duty, or for Public < Sale. Established {in Piccadilly) 179V.


An important Freehold Estate, charmingly placed on th hills at Banstead, of about 315 acres in extent, suitable for t ing operations.

MESSRS. EDWIN FOX & BOU3FiET,D will SELL bv AUCTION, at the MART, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, at TWO precisely, an important and charmingtTwooded FREEHOLD DOMAIN, known as Banstead Park, cVthe Surrey hills at Banstead, about one mile from the village, and one mile and a half from the railway station on the London and Brighton Railway, and four miles from Epsom: it is about 344 acres is extent, lying in a ring fence, is of a beautifully undulating character, inaguitiecntly-timberod park land, and the remainder woodland, containing finely-grown forest and ornamental Umbrrtrees; it is approached and almost surrounded by capital roads, has an extensive frontage, and is protected from the north by the rising ground of Banstead Downs; there is aa oMfashioned residence, with lodge and extensive outbuildings, bat there are also several very fine sites for the erection of a mai-sio-i, and from the position of the estate, it being such a abort distance from Epsom, the whole is available for subdivision, and coakt bs most remuneratively utilised by the erection of residences of a superior class, which ure much in demand; possession oa ccapletion of the purchase.

Particulars of Messrs. Paines, Layton, A Pollock, Solicitors, 47, Gresham House, Old Broad-street; at the Mart; and of Meier*. Edwin Fox & Bousfield, 90, Gresham-strest, Bank, £,C.


One mile from tho Chingford Station, 30 minutes from the City.—A compact and very valuable Freehold Estate of about 77 arm, adorned with finely-grown timber, and presenting delightful for the erection of villa and cottage residences, together with the comfortable family residence, smutting in pretty and weU-planuhl garden grounds on the summit of the hilL


111 SELL, at the MART, on WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER », s; TWO precisely, in One Lot, the MOUNT ESTATE, in the rswt * Chingford, in the county of Essex, a very valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, extending from the high road from London to tham Abbey on the one si<le, to the high road to Woodford on the other, comprising 74 acres of fertile land, chiefly meadow sad pasture, with an old-fashioned and commodious residence standing on an elevation, in the Tni<lst of three acres of finely-timbered and shrubbed pardons. The neighbourhood of Chingford a one of the most picturesque and rural in the environs of tows, on the verge of the Kpping Forest, now dedicated for ersr to the recreation of the people, a fact which, combined wHa a* easy access from all parts of town, renders it the cominc dntrict; the Great Eastern Railway Company have station* withm » mile of the property, giving access to Liverpool-street in SO n.:r>am at present pnxtucing one low rent from one tenant, on leaer, V £300 per annum.

Particulars may be obtained of Messrs. Pickett A Mrtt«n. Solicitors, 3, King's Bench-walk, Temple, E.C ; at the Mart"; S^j i of Messrs. Edwin Fox & Bousfield, &>, Gresham-street, R^t--. £~i.

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valuation as old building materials." We hear that an application has been made by the Inns of Court Rifle Volunteers for the use of the vacated buildings, when they have been handed over, as a drill hall during the winter months.

The Difficulties which have been raised with reference to the rooms proposed to be assigned to the chief clerks of Mr. Justice Chitty, on the west side of tha Central Hall of the Royal Courts of Justice, have at last been solved by assigning to them the rooms originally intended for thorn, situate in the same block as the rooms of the chief clerks of Vice-Chaucellor Hall; and the removal of Mr. Justico Chitty's chambers was effected on Thursday last. We believe it is in contemplation to place the chief clerks of all the chancery judges in contiguity to those already in the building, so as to avoid the inconvenience to practitioners of going outside the building in order to pass from the chambers of one judge to those of another. This will, of course, necessitate the removal of some of the departments now occupying chambers in the Strand port of the building to rooms on the west side of the Central Hall.

Our Correspondent Mr. John Huohes has sent us another letter, which we print elsewhere, in which he informs us, with most honourable frankness, that the highest authority on the subject has assured him that our explanation of section 13 of the Conveyancing Act is the right one, and that, as we have said from the first, on a contract to grant an underlease the leasehold title can still be called for. Those who are disposed to accuse Ub of perversity in finding some parts of the Act less clear than crystal, may for the future recollect that a most intelligent aud able member of the profession, who baa carefully considered the Act, has been misled by its obscurity into an error, to which he at first udhered with a little obstinacy, and which ho has now renounced with much greater candour. So ends our friendly controversy with Mr. Huohes. And now there enters on the Bcene another combatant—the draftsman of the Act himself. Mr. Wolstenholme displays a vehemence hardly to be expected in an eminent conveyancer. The misfortune of having stirred his wrath is, however, in some degree compensated by the compliment he pays us in shewing that our criticisms on the Act call for his attention. And we cannot help adding that the fact that an opponent of so much zeal, and of such redoubted powers, can find nothing to urge against our criticisms on his Act, extending over five long articles, except a few trivial carpings, is one from which the public will draw its own conclusion. We leave our readers to judge whether Mr. Wolstenholme's counter criticisms are not met in the note appended to his letter.

The Deep Iieoret which has prevailed in Lincoln's-inn since the tolling bell on Tuesday announced the death of Mr. Joshua Williams, Q.C., will be Bhared by the whole profession. Mr. Williams' position was, iudeed, an enviable one, for ho was not.less liked as a man than he was esteemed as a lawyer. His invariable kindness aud consideration, his genial humour, and his utter incapacity to take an unfair advautage, long ago placed him among the most popular members of the bar. As to his rank as a lawyer, if our readers need any testimony, perhaps the best we can give is the remark, more than once repeated, of the late Mr. Justice Willes, "We always listen with the greatest respect to whatever Mr. Joshua Williams has to urge." It is no exaggeration to say that in bis special subject of commons bis uuthority was without a rival, and in knowledge of other branches of real property law be stood in the first rank. With his extensive and accurate knowledge be combined the most admirable clearness of exposition and common sense; so that when he devoted himself to the instruction of the law student it is not wonderful that he should have come to be regarded, for over a quarter of a century, as the Gamaliel of real property law. To the readers of the Solicitors' Journal Mr. Williams' death is a special calamity; for until his health broke down, our columns were from time to time enriched with contributions from his pen. Ho was always ready to draw upon bis learning and experience for the purpose of helping the profession upon the questions of the day relating to his special subjects.

It Has Been stated, we do not know on what authority, that it is proposed to shorten the Long Vacation by an Act of Parliament to be passed in the session of 1882. The original intention of the Legislature was to leave sittings and vacations to be fixed by Order in Couucil; but the enactments by which the delegation of power was effected are in some little confusion. By section 27 of the Act of 1873 the Queen in Council may, upon any report of the Council of Judges of the Supreme Court, with the consent of the Lord Chancellor, " make, revoke, or modify orders regulating the vacations to be observed in the High Court of Justice and the High [sic] Court of Appeal." But the peiiods of vacation are specifically fixed by ord. 61, r. 2, one of the Rules of Court scheduled to the Act of 1875, which by section 17 of that Act, as amended by section 17 of the Act of 1876 and section 19 of the Act of 1881, may be altered or annulled " by any five or more of the following persons, of whom the Lord Chancellor shall be one—uamely, the Lord Chancellor, the Lord Chief Justice of Eugland, the Master of the Bolls, the President of the Divorce, &c, Division, and four other judges of the Supreme Court to be appointed for the purpose by the Lord Chancellor by writing under bis hand." The question is whether section 27 of the Act of 1873, being in a particular subject-matter, does not override section 17 of the Act of 1875 and the enactments amending it, although they are later in date. If it does, the periods of vacation (although the fixture of them by ord. 61, r. 2, being part of an Act of Parliament, is legally valid) can be altered only by Order in Council under section 27 of the Act of 1873. Such Order in Council cannot be made without a prior report from the Council of the Supreme Coutt, but there is no legal necessity that such order should be made upon the report being presented.

The More Important recommendations contained in the interim report of the Select Committee on Railways, which has recently been issued as a parliamentary paper, are that "it is necessary permanently to maintain some special tribunal to which shall be referred questions arising as to the rights and duties of railway companies in their relations to the trade and traffic of the country "; that "a revised classification of goods and merchandise ought to be adopted by the railways, as between themselves and the public, such as, under the name of the Clearing House Classification, is already in use as between themselves," and that "railway companies should be bound to make no increaeo in any rate without giving at least one month's public notice in the locality." The final report is deferred until next session, inasmuch as during last session " time failed nut only for the due consideration of the whole of the evidence given, bnt

even for the examination of all the witnesses whoclaimed with good reason to be beard." An extremely important piece of documentary evidence for the committee will be the official " Return of Maximum Rates of Charges which the Railway Companies of the United Kingdom are authorized to make." This return, which has just been issued as a parliamentary paper, is a fairly exhaustive analysis of the toll-clauses of the many thousand special Acts which fix the pecuniary relations of the companies to the public. We have frequently called attention to the terms of the 86th section of tb« Railways Clauses Act, 1845, whereby " it shaU be lawful" for the companies " to make such reasonable charges as they may from time to time determine upon, not exceeding the tolls by the special Act authorized to be taken," and have pointed out that, in theory at least, this enactment makes every railway whatsoever open to queotiou before a jury. Before the issue ot these returns it was often difficult, if not impossible, to ascertain what were the "tolls by the special Act authorized to be taken" in any particular instance. This obstacle to making out a case against a railway company will now exist no longer. On reference to the return?, it will bo seen at a glauce how much each company is authorized to charge for each particular person, auimai, or thing on each section of its line. As would have been expected by any person acquainted with the subject, anomalies of a most strikiug character are discoverable. Thus the ordinary maximum fare is 3d., 2d., and Id., for first, second, and third class passengers respectively. But the South-Eastern may charge 3Jd. for each person irrespective of class, and many companies, notably the Great Eastern, may charge l*d. per mile for third clau fare. The Great Western, on its West Midland branch, has a maximum of 2£d., l£d., and Id. The exception of Government duty appears in the case of some halt-dozen companies, and is omitted in all other cases. So much for the maximum authorized charges, which, being parliamentary, cannot (except, we believe, in the twocases of the Great Western and Lancashire and Yorkshire Companies) be altered without an Act of Parliament. With regard to the charges actually made from time to time, it is material to point out that " returns" of them also may be procured by the Board of Trad<% resorting to section 3 of the Railway Regulation Acr, 1810 (3 & 4 Vict. c. 97), by which that Board " may order and direct every railway company to make up and deliver to them a table of all tolls, rates, and charges from time to time levied on each class of passengers, and on cattle aud goods, conveyed on the railway." Neatly tabulated in the same fashion as the maximum charges, and arranged so as to be compared with them at a glance, these returns would be of great value as evidence. Nor do we see any very strong objection to charges being required to be printed on tickets.

For Bomb Reason or other, the number of workmen employed on the building of the Royal Courts of Justice has been recently considerably diminished. No fewer than 500 men were dismissed about three weeks agtv and, if we are rightly informed, not more than a fifth ot the number have been re-engaged. This, of course, ha* seriously interfered with the progress of the building, and if it is to be completed by next Easter, in accordance with the expectations which have been held out, the staff of workmen will have to be considerably increased. The roof of the central hall is now practically complete, but the girders of the floor cannot be fixed until the scaffolding has been removed, and an immense amount of rubbish in the basement has been carted away, and the boilers to be used in connection with the heating and ventilating apparatus have been placed iu position.

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