Page images
PDF

Handle, Samuel, Newton Bushel, Higbwick, Devon, Cooper. Nov 6 at 11 at Stranger's Swan Commercial Hotel, Newton Bushel. Whiteway, Newton Abbot

Rea, James John, Wilton rd, Pimlico, Picture Dealer. Nov 9 at 2 at offices of Hanson, King st, Cheapside. Myers, Gresham bldngs, Guildhall

Sheard, Richard, Liverpool, Provision Dealer. Nov 7 at 3 at offices of Harris and Gorst, Lord at, Liverpool

Shirley, Thomas, and Samuel Shirley, Manchester, Tailors. Nov 10 at 3 at offices of Farrar and Hall, Fountain at, Manchester

Simmons, James Ogle, Birmingham, Stationer. Nov 10 at 11 at Queen's Hotel, Stephenson pi, Birmingham. Shakespeare, Oldbury

Smart, Sarah Louisa Lucy, Montpelier, Bristol, Contractor, Nov 4 at 2 at offices of ClKton and Carter. Broad st, Bristol

Smith, Henry, Birmingham, Fishmonger. Nov 8 at 3 at offices of Buller and Bickley, Bennett's hill, Birmingham

Smith, Isaac, Sheepshed, Leicester, Framowork Knitter- Nov 10 at 12 at offices of Goode, Baxter gate. Loughborough

Sykea, Joseph, Pontefract, York, Boot Maker. Nov 14 at 2 at office of Carter and Atkinson, Coin Market, Pontefract

Taylor, William Dodd, Hanley, Stafford, Mining Engineer. Nov 8 at 11 at offices of Paddock and Son, Old Hall st, Hanley

Thompson, Emma, Harriett Thompson, and Ellon Thompson, Nottingham. Nov 11 at 12 at offices Parsons and Co, Wheeler gate, Nottingham

Thompson, John, Bridlington Quay, York, out of business. Nov 4,

at 2 at Imperial Hotel, Paragon-st, Hull. Wray, Bridlington Quay. Toy, Alfred Charles, and Jonathan Hollingaworth, Inworth-st,

Battersea-pk-rd. Nov 8, at 2. Stokes, 59, Chancery-lane. Tissiman, John, Grocer, 30,Fossgate, York. Nov 7, at 3. Crumbie,

46, Stone gate, York. Yeale, William Edwin Pecke, Baker, Higher-Bt, Dartmouth. Nov 7,

at 12. Pearse, 9a, Princess-square, Plymouth. Vollenweider, Albert, Tailor, 138, Fenchurch.&t, London. Nov 16,

at 12. Poncione, jira, 5, Ruymond-bdgs, Gray'a-inn. Walcott, Frederick John, Cotton and Cotton Waste Merchant, Salop

st, Bolton. Nov 10, at 11. Dowling & Urry 6, Silverwell-st, Bolton. Walden, Henry Wisbey, General Merchant, Devons-rd, Bow. Nov.

14, at 3. Crook, 173, Fenchurch-st, London. Warren, Alfred, Tobacconist, Well-st, Hackney. Nov 5, at 2. Hepe,

10, Bell-yard, Fleet-at. Wild, Samuel Chappell, Pianoforte Manufacturer, Gaisford-st,

Kentish-town. Nov 2, at 3. Wills, St Martin's-ct, Leiooster-sq. Wilson, George, Hanley, out of business. Nov 6, at 11. James,

Nelson-sq, Newcastle-under-Lyne. Winfield, Jessie Cornelius, Epsom, Surrey. Horse Dealer. Nov 12

at 12 at offices of Harte, Moorgate st Withers, Edward, Batheaston, Somerset, out of business. Nov 11

at 3 at at White Hart Hotel. Market st, Newbury. Clark, Bath Worthington, Walter, Outram st, Caledonian rd. Grocer. Nov 2 at

3 at offices of Noton, Lombard st Yerbury, Robert Allen, St Margaret's terrace, Kilburn, Builder.

Nov 9 at 2 at Inns of Court Hotel, Holborn. Coe, Hart st, Bloomsbury square

SCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA,

Anti-DyBpeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder.

Gnaranteed Pure Soluble Cocoa of the Finest Quality, with the excess of fat extracted.

The Faculty pronounce it " the most nutritious, perfectly digestible beverage fcr Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper, and invaluable for Iivalidi and Children."

Highly commended by the entire Medlca ] Press.

Bring without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it suits all palates, ^eeps better in all climates, and is four times the strength of cocoas Trickkked yet WBAXXNKD with starch, &c, and Im Kbalitt Chbapbh than such Mixtures.

Made instantaneously with boiling water, a teaspoonful to a Breakfast Cap, coating less than a halfpenny.

Cocoat:na A La Vauille is the moat delicate, digestible, cheapest Manila Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is prohibited.

In tin packets at Is. 6d., 3s., 5s. 6d., &c, by Chemists and Grocer*,
Charities on Special Terms by the Sole Proprietors,
H. SCHWEITZER * CO., 10, Adam-street, London, W.C.

[blocks in formation]

AMPTON & SONS make NO CHARGE for

I. ■ inserting particulars in their FREE MONTHLY REGISTER of ESTATES, TOWN and CODJ'TBY HOUSES, Furnished or Unfurnished, or for Sale, to be had GRATIS at their Offices, or post-free for two stamps. Published on the 1st of the month, and particulars for insertion should be sent not later than five day» previous to end of preceding month. Valuations for Probate and Transfer. Surreys.

and Auction Offices, 8, Pall Mall East, 8.W.

WALTHAMSTOW. An Eligible Freehold Building Estate of 15 acres, only 6 miles Iron* the City.

MR. WILLIAM HOUGHTON is instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the MART, Tokenhoose-yard, E.C., on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 18-31, at TWO o'clock precisely; in One Lot, unless an acceptable offer be made for tho same in the* meantime, the very attractive FREEHOLD PROPERTY, consisting of about 16 acres of pasture land, with farm buildings and cottages, well situate in Markhouse-road, Walthamstow, only 5minutes' walk from St. James-street Railway Station, and a similar distance from the proposed tram car route in the Lea Bridge-roadi The situation is one of the most pleasant and elevated in the neighbourhood, and the propeity has a main sewer the whole distance of it» frontage to Markhouse-road, about 1,070ft., and is also intersocted by a public sewer. The soil is gravol and sand. Tho estate is well situate for development, and by a carefully devised scheme for layingout the same a total road, frontage of about 7,800ft. might bo obtained. The district is one of tho moat rising near Loudon, and building land commands a ready sale in plots at good prices, ao that the auctioneer has great confidence in recommending the abova estate to the notice of land investors, builders, and others. Possession on completion of the purchase.

Particulars, with plan and conditions of sale, may be had of Messrs. Mullens & Bosanquet, Solicitors, 11, Queen Victoria-street, E.C., and of the Auctioneer, 61, Old Broad-street, E.C.

TO SOLICITORS.—An Engagement is sought by a Solicitor of many years' standing, suffering by the alterations in practice- Moderate salary. Wants to arrange so as tokeep his connection together as far as possible.—Replies to M. L.,_ "Solicitors' Journal " Office, 52, Carey-street, W.C.

nnO SOLICITORS, BARRISTERS, and Others.—

1 Chancery-lane, 67 and 58 (New Courts Chambers), Offices or Residential Chambers in convenient suites of Rooms in these new and commanding stone-built premises.—Apply Enquiry Office on the premises.

WANTED, an Unadmitted Assistant Managing Clerk, chiefly in Chancery Division Practice.—Apply byletter to A. B., care of Mr. Eyre, Law Stationer, 14, New-squarc,. Lincoln's-inn, W.C, stating full particulars of former employment,. Balary required, age, &c.

HONORS, FINAL, INTERMEDIATE, AND PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS OF THE LAW SOCIETY.

VflR. ALBERT GIBSON", Solicitor (Honors), LYJ Author of a " Complete G uide to Stephen's Commentaries,'9 "Aids to the Final," "Aids to the Intermediate," &c., Ac., prepares gentlemen for these Examinations in class and by means of correspondence.—Full particulars on application to 35, Southampton* buildings, Chancery-lano.

[N.B.—Two of the six prizemen at the June Honors Examination were pupils of Mr. Gibson. Out of 67 sent up for the Final this year 62 passed at their first attempt, 17 taking Honours.]

RPROSSER & CO., Barrelled Ovster and Shell • Fish Warehouse, late .of Templo Bar, REMOVED to 81, Chancery-lane.

CHURCH PREFERMENT WANTED.—Private patrons, interested in the legitimate sale, by private treaty, of advowsons, presentations, &c, in favour of well-recommended clergymen, should refer to the PRIVATE PATRONS* GAZETTE, edited by Mr. W. EMERY STARK, Associate Institute of Actuaries, F.R.G.S., &c. Post freo for six stamps.—Address, Messra W, Euebt Sta.be 23, Bodford-street, Strand.

The Companies Acts, 1862 to 1880

Every requisite under the above Acta supplied on to. shortest notice

The BOOES ana FORMS kept in stock for immediate use MEMORANDA and ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION speedily printed n the propcrform for registration and distribution. SHARK CERTIFICATES, DEBENTURES, Ac, engraved and printed. OFFICIAL SEALS designed and executed.

Solicitors' Account Books.

RICHARD FLINT & CO.

8tationers, Printers, Engravers, Registration Agents, *0., 49 FLEET-STREET, LONDON, E.C. (oorner of Serjeantsinn).

Annual and other Peturos Stamped and Filed

W. MAXWELL & SON'S LIST OT SEW LAW BOOKS.

Just published, Third Edition, price 16s., cloth.

HEYWOOD'8 PRACTICE of the COUNTY COURTS; containing tho EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ACT, 1880. Tho Jurisdiction and Practice of the County Courts, exclusive ot Admiralty and Bankruptcy, with Appendices containing the Employers' Liability Act, 1880, and the Rules of 1880, including the Practice under it. By GEORGE WASHINGTON HEYWOOD, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Lnw.

Lately published, Seventh Edition, 8vo, price £1 16s., cloth.

EAWLINSON'S COEPoBATlON ACl'S.—Tha Municipal Corporation Act, 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 70, and the Acts since passed for amending the same, and otherwise in relation to

Municipal Corporations; with Notes and References to the Cases thereon; and an Appendix, containing the principal Statutes referred to, including those relating to Mandamus and Quo Warranto, and Corrupt Practices at Parliamentary Elections, &c. Seventh Edition. By THOMAS GEARY, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barristcr-at-Law.

Lately published. Second Edition, crown 8vo, price 14s., cloth.

PITT-TAYLOR'S BANKRUPTCY ACT.—The Bankruptcy Act, 1809, and tho Der-imons thereon; tho Bankruptcy Act, I860, and tho Debtors Acts, 1809 and 1878; including the Rules, Orders, and Forms. Illustrated by Notes of all tho important Decisions thereon; with careful Cross References and a copious Index. By F. PITT-TAYLOR, of Lincoln'g-inn, Esq., Barrister-atLaw.

London: W. MAXWELL 3c, SON, 20, Fleet-street, E.C.

ROBSON'S BANKRUPT LAW.—Fourth Edition. This day is published, in 1 vol., ttvo, 38s., cloth. 4 TREATISE on the L.aAV of BANKKUPTCT; A"a containing a full Exposition of tho Principles and Practice of the Law, including the Law as to Bills of Sale under the Bills of Sale Act, 1878, and too Application of tho Bankruptcy Rules, as to Proofs by Creditors, under Section 10 of tho Judicature Act, 1375; with an Appendix comprisinjr the Statutes, Rules, Orders, and Forms. Fourth Edition. By GEORGE YOUNG ROBSON, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Biirristcr-at-Law.

London: Buttkkwobthb, 7, Fleet-street, Her Majesty's Law
Publishers.

CLERKE & BRETT'S CONVEYANCING AND LAW OF
PROPERTY ACT, 1881, Ac.
This day is published, in 1 vol., post Bvo, Cs. (Id., cloth.

THE CONVEYANCING and LAW of PROPERTY ACT, 1&91, together with tho Vendor anil Purchaser Act, 1874, and the Solicitors' Romnneration Act, Ihhi. With Notes and un Introduction, liv AUBREY ST. JOHN CLKRKK, B.A., and THOMAS RRETT, LL.B. London University, B.A., both of the Middle Temple, Ksquires, Barristers-at-Law.

London: Bctiiiwoithb, 7, Fleet-street, Her Majesty's Law
Publishers.

UNDERHILL'S CHANCERY' PROCEDURE.
This day is published, in 1 vol., Post 8vo, 10s. Od. cloth.

APKACTICAL and CONCISE MANUAL, of the
PROCEDURE of the CHANCERY DIVISION of tho HIGH
COURT of JUSTICE, both in Actions and Matters. By ARTHUR
"UNDERHILL, LL.D., of Lincoln's inn, Barristcr-at-Law, Anther of
"A Concise Treatise on tho Law of i*rivate Trusts and Trustees,"

A Summary of the Law of Torts," 4c.
London: Blttkuwobtus, 7, Fleet-street, Her Majesty's Law
Publishers.

REDMAN'S LAW AND PRACTICE OF REFERENCES UNDER
THE JUDICATURE ACTS.
This day is published, in Hvo, 2s. cloth.

T^HE LAW and PRACTICE of REFERENCES under the JUDICATURE ACTS, with an Appendix of Orders and Forms; beine; a Supplement to "The Law of Arbitrations and Awards." By J. H. REDMAN, of tho Middle Temple, Jfiequire, Barrister-at-Law.

Bcttehwokths, 7, Flect-titrcet, Her Majesty's Law
Publishers.

In the Press, and ready in a few days, price "a. Gd., cash Cs. Od.

AIDS to EQUITY, iutended to assist Students when reading Snell's Equity. By ALBERT GIBSON, Solicitor.

On thr- 1st January, 18*31, will be published the first numlx;r of

f>lBSON'S LAW NOTES.—A Monthly Magazine

\ T for Law Students and others. Price, post-free, 7d., annually Cs. Cd.

For full pnrticulars respecting advertisements and otherwise, apply, by letter, to tho Eiuioit, 35, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane.

Ready immediately after each of the Examinations, price, post-free, 7d. each.

/GIBSON'S "INTERMEDIATE," "FINAT,," and

\T ■ HONORS" GUIDES for the Miohaolmaa Siuings, 1S81. These nunilKTS, in addition to giving the certain information and answers to the ijucstiuns, will contain an Index of the previous .number*, so that Students can have all the back numbcre bound toirt'ther.

Publishers: Messrs. Rievjs & Tibsik, 100, Chancery .lane, W.C.

INDISPENSABLE TO LAWYERS, BANKERS, tc
Just published

SUPPLEMENT to the EIGHTH EDITION of a
DIGEST of the STAMP DUTIES, 4c, 4c, 4c, cmtainmr
tho Alterations made in 1880 ard 1881; with Notes. By OUALTKP.
C. GRIFFITH, of the Inner Temple, Barristcr-at-Law, ami of He
Inland Revenue Department. 1881.
Foolscap Hvo, paper cover, price 6d.
Mr. Griffith's Digest of the Stamp Duties (Sth editlen, prion 6a.) k
tho Text Book used in the Inland Revenue Office.

London: Vachzb 4 Soirs, 29, Parliament-street.

pBOVIDENT LIFE OFFICE.

FotTHTim 1806.

SO, REGENT STREET, and 14, CORNHnX, LOND0S.

Existing Assurances exceed £8,500,080

Invested Fonds S,lil,;il

Annual Income K9,852

Claims Paid exceed 8,800,080

Bonuses Declared 2,342,000

During the past year (1880) each main item has thorn inrpnre. ment upon the preceding year.

1879. 1»M.

New Premiums £1S,172 il«,»4S

Income 273,684 2T9,<4S

Invested Funds 2,077,215 2,124,711

OHARLES STEVENS Secretary.

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COHTANY.

FIRE—LIFE -MA RINE. Chibf OrpiOBB: 19 And 20, COENHILL, LONDON, H C West Emd Offices: 49 PALL HALL. LONDON. 8.W.

THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE

COMPANY (LIMITED).
Hsab Ofjici: 101, CHEAPSIDE, EC.
Capital, £1,000,000. Paid up, £100,000.
Claims promptly settled.
Alderman HENRY E. KNIGHT, Chairman.
L. C. PHILLIPS, General Manager.

| IW UNION FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE

L* COMPANY. Chief Offlco—128, Chancery-lane, London, W.C.
The Funds in hand and Capital subscribed amount to t
£1,600,000 sterling.
Chairman—Jakes Cunnow, Esq., Barristcr-at-Law,

building. Temple. Deputy-Chairman—C. Psmbbbioit, Esq. (Lee 4 1 tor, 44, Lineoln's-inn-flckls. Every description of Fire and Life Insurance business transact. Whole World and Unconditional Life Policies granted at a subtly increased rate of Premium.

Policies of Insurance granted against the contingency of Itrst at moderate rates of Premium.

Advances made on Mortirnoe of Life Interest and Reversiou, whether absolute or contingent.

Prospectus, Copies of the Accounts as deposited with the B-arl of Trade, and every information sent on application to

FRANK McGEDY, Actuary and Secretary.

[ocr errors][ocr errors][graphic][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors]

GENERAL INDEX

FOR CLASSIFIED ARTICLES, an APPOINTMKNTS; CORRESPONDENCE; COURT PAPERS; CURRENT
TOPICS; LEADING ARTICLES; OBITUARY; PARLIAMENT; REVIEWS.

A.

AFFILIATION, MARRIAGE OF MOTHER, 172, 464
Appeal, Court of, 789,796

Proposed Chang«s in, 673, 680

— Mr. Justice Williams's Letter, 810, 817, 824,
849

Appointment*, Resignations, &e.:—

Avory, H. K., appointed Deputy-Clerk of Arraigns

at the Central Criminal Court, 512
Baggallay, Lord Justice, elected a Honorary

Fellow of Cnius College, Cambridge, 171
Bagahawe, W. H. G., Q.C., appoiuted Judge of

County Courts (Circuit 35), 682
Barber, W., appointed Professor of the Law of

Real Property to the Council for Legal Education,

127

Benchers, New, 263, 501, 547, 735

Blofleld, T. 0., appointed Chancellor of the Diocese

of Norwich, 782
Bramwell, Mr. Justice, Resignation of, 857
Braasey, T., M P., appointed K.C.B., 590
Brietowe, Henry Fox, Q.C., appointed Vice-

Chancellor of County Palatine of Lancaster,

283

Brodrick, Hon. G. C, elected Warden of Merton
College, Oxford, 321

Bucknill, S. P. B., appointed Assistant Secretary
to the Incorporated Law Society, 66, 101

Bulwer, J. R., Q.C., elected M.P. for Cambridge-
shire, 838

Cave, L. W., Q.C., appointed a Justice of the High

Court of Justice, 365, 375; receives the honour

of Knighthood, 434
Chitty, J. W., Q 0., appointed a Judge of the

Chancery Divinion, 838
Clerks of the Peace, 26, 55, 122, 138, 610, 954
Coleridge, Lord, appoiuted Lord Chief Justice of

England, 101
Collins, T., elected M.P. for Knareaborougb, 547
Collyer, J. Monsey, appoiuted Legal Adviser to the

Exchequer and Audit Department, Somerset

House, 394

Connaught, H.R.H. the Duke of, called to the

Bench of the Hon. Society of Gray's-inn, 686
CoroneTS, 55, 122, 171, 244, 394, 744, 797. 864
Couch, Sir R, appointed a Member of the Judicial

Committee, 232, 244
Courtney, L. H., appointed Under-Secretary of State

for the Home Department, 183
Cripps, H. W., elected Treasurer of the Middle

Temple, 200

Deputy-Lieutenant, 220

Druce, C. C, elected President of the Incorporated

Law Sooiety, 707
Fegen. F. J., created a Civil Companion of the

Order of the Bath, 569
Giffard, Sir H. S., M P., elected Treasurer of the

Inner Temple, 200
Griffiths, Heury, elected Treasurer of Gray's.inD,

284

Hobhouse, Sir A., appointed a Member of the Privy
Council, 244

Jaokson, Sir H. M., 0,0., B*rt., appointed a Judge

of the Queen's Bench Division, 337
Slay, E. E., Q 0., appointed a Judge of the

Chancery Division, 412; receives the honour of

Knighthood, 531.
Local and Minor, 12, 36, 55, 78, 101, 122, 138, 159,

171, 183, 200, 244, 263, 284, 302, 321, 337, 358,

376, 394, 395, 453, 476, 477, 490, 512, 531, 547,

569, 590, 610. 623, 647, 665, 682, 707, 729, 744,

762, 782, 797, 811, 825, 838, 839, 864, 877, 889,

916, 930, 954
Lowthor, Right Hon. J., elected M.P. for Northern

Division of Lincolnshire, 839
Lush, Right Hon. Sir R., appointed a Judge of the

Court of Appeal, 12
Malms, Vice-Chancellor, Resignation of, 383
Mathew, J. C, appointed a Judge of the Queen's

Bench Division, 337; receives the honour of

Knighthood, 434; receives honorary degree of

LL.D., Dublin, 682
Mayors, Lawyer, 55

Murray, E. A., appointed Secretary of Presentations

to the Lord Chancellor, 220
Paine, T., elected Vice-President of the Incorporated

Law Society, 707
Powell, F. S., elected M.P. for Wigan, 220
Queen's Counsel, New, 385, 463, 593, 597
Ilea J, E. J., appointed Clerk of Arraigns, Central

Criminal Court, 477
Recorders, 12, 36, 111, 453, 622, 682
Revising Barrister, 916
Rowsell, F. W., C.B., created C.M.G., 36
Roxburgh, F., Q.C., appointed Judge of County

Courts (Circuit 33), 647
Salisbury, Ma quis of, elected Chairman of the

Hertfordshire Quarter Sessions, 182
Sheriffs and Under-sheriffs, 55, 78, 337, 376, 394,

395, 412, 434, 453, 665, 682,707
Stirling, James, appointed Junior Equity Cmnsel to

the Treasury, 483, 512

Appointments (continued) :

Town Clerk*. 171. 284, 337. 422, 512. 811, 930
Williams, William, Q.C., M.P., appointed a Judge
of the Queen's Bench Division, 12; receives the
honour of Knighthood, 122
Commissioners to Administer Oaths, 55, 78, 101,
122, 159, 171, 183, 263, 283, 284. 302, 321, 337,
358, 376. 395, 412. 434, 453. 512,531. 547, 569,
5»0, 610. 623, 647, 665, 707, 744, 762, 782, 811,
825, 864, 930

for Taking Affidavits, 55, 159, 244, 376, 395,

434,490, 531, 665 for Taking Acknowledgments of Deeds by

Married Women, 101, 122, 138, 159, 171, 183,

200, 220. 244, 263, 284, 337, 37S, 394. 512. 531 ,

547, 569,590.610, 623, 647. 665, 7G7, 729, 744,

762, 782. 797, 811, 825, 877, 888
Colonial and Indian—

British Honduras, 337

Canada, 569, 590, 762

Cape Colony, 395, 531, 825

Cyprus, 954

Egypt, 263, 273

Fiji, 569

India, 12, 122, 220, 434, 569, 665, 707, 744,

762, 954
Malta, 78
Mauritius, 12, 797
Natal, 376
Newfoundland, 954
New South Wales, 337
New Zealand, 12, 569
Nova Scotia, 569
Queensland, 321, 569
Sierra Leone, 569
South Australia, 36, 395
Tunis, 682
Victoria, 729, 888
Western Australia, 531
Assizes, Country, Loudon Cases at, 714, 730

[merged small][ocr errors]
[merged small][ocr errors]

CASES OF THE WEEK, 10. 29, 47, 72, 93. 116. 134,
153. 199, 217, 238. 256, 277 295, 314, 333. 353, 370,
389. 406, 427, 448, 470. 488, 506, 523, 542. 55», 840.
658, 677. 696. 720, 740, 756. 775, 794, 809, 822, 834.
849,863, 874, 885, 897, 929, 943

Cambridge University—Chancellor's Medal, 226

Cause List—A Suggestion, 323. 347, 409

Cave, Mr. Justice, Dinner to, 405

Chancery-lane, 829, 832

Charley, Sir W., 621

Chief Corn-table, Con <1 act of Case by, 847
Compensation Case, 800
Conditions of Sale, Restrictive, 609
Contempt of Court, 311
Coroner, Office of, 502
Correspondence:—

Affidavits of Residue, 238

Appeal, Court of, 810, 817, 824. 849

Applications for Judgment. 886

Assizes, Country, London Cases at, 714, 755

Bankruptcy Act, 1869, s. 26 ; 351

Bankruptcy Act—Disclaimer of Leases, 423, 469,
486. 581, 676. 883

Bankruptcy Legislation, 198

Bells at Burials, 28

Bills of Sale, 426, 926

Certificate Duty, 314

Chancery Pay Office. 8a6

Change of Name, 943

Charity Leases, 862

Clerk of the Peace, 676, 694

Conditions of Sale, 133

Conveyancers to the Court, and their Fees, 72, 93
Couyeyan' ing Bill, 370

Att, 896 921, 922,940

Conveyancing Piecedents, Shortcomings of, 71
Customs and Inland Rrvenue Act, 18-1; 718
Disclaimer, Effect of, 676: see alto Bankruptcy
Act

Divisional Courts, 115

Dormant Funds in Chancery, 523, 653, 658, 755

Enrolling Deed in Chancery, 793

Felony, Cause of Action arising out of, 621

Furnished Houses, 352

Incorporated Law Society, 238, 448

Intermediate Eiamiuation, 153

Meeting of, 719, 722, 740

Brighton Meeting, 10, 27, 926

and the Law Hit, 388, 406, 426, 448, 458

and Parliamentary Representation, 9

Insurances on Unfinished Buildings, 47

Irish Laud Commission, Proposed, 718

Landlord and Tenant. 46

Leases, Precedents of, 72

Leases Bill. 383

Libel and Slander, Law of, 425

Marriage Settlement, Costs of, 740

Correspondence (continued) :

Matthews, Ex parte. Re Shurpe, 333
Mortgage, Attornment Clause in, 579, 581, 603

of Land in New Z«aland, 277

Mortmain, Statute of, 277

Naval Discipline Act Amendment Bill, 294, 311

Novelty, A, 849

Option to Purchase, 198

Paid Trustee System, 182

Perjury, prosecution for, 523

Queries, 22 & 23 Vict. c. 35, s. 21; 506

Second Mortgages, 369, 388

Sheriffs' Officers, 862, 874, 896, 925, 942

Solicitor, Duty of, Acting for Both Parties on Sale

of Equity of Redemption, 862
Solicitors, Call of, to the Bar, 309, 347, 487

Admission of, in Australia, 658, 676

Solicitors' Benevolent Association, 406
Solicitors' Remuneration Act, 942
Stamp Duty, 942

Statute of Frauds, Do?s Payment of Purchase -

money for Land take a Case out of, 739
Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1879 ; 774
Costs, 341

Council of Judges for Merging the Divisions, G7, 87,
98, 178, 239, 259, 273, 283, 309, 365

■ Mr. Justice Williams' Letter, 98

LoTd Chancellor's Letter, 77, 227

Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873 ; 263, 283

Report of the Committee, 695, 893, 894, 911

Bar Meeting. 23 i, 232

Suggestions of the Incorporated Law Society, 294,

305

Counsel, Fees of, 3, 330

Remuneration of, 67

County Courts, Registrar's Fees, 541, 571

Proceedings, 16, 172, 202, 245, 437, 477, 836

Court Papers —

House of Lords, 389
Supreme Court of Judicature :—
Appeal Court, 184, 185, 360, 478, 492, 612, 625,

946, 947
Orders, December 16, 1880; 222
Payment of Fees by Stamps, 760
High Court of Justice, 17, 245, 573, 851, 946
Chancery Division, 184, 187, 389, 426, 438, 478,

494, 513, 627, 783, 949
Order, February 3, 1881; 285

March 2, 1881; 342

March 14, 1881; 377

Long Vacbtion Notice, 760

Queen's Bench Division, 186, 378,415,438, 454,

456, 496, 514, 533, 550, 573, 629, 948, 952
Consolidation of Common Law Divisions, 342
Hilary Sittings, 352

Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division, 187, 949

Master of the Rolls' Chambers, 15

Judges' Chambers, 141, 160

Chancery Pay Office, 684

Chancery Taxing Masters, 15

Winter Assizes, 141, 161

Northern Circuit, 479, 686

Circuits of the Judges, 479, 667, 896

Summer Circuits, 649

Autumn Assizes, 851

Winter Circuits, 931

County Courts, 58, 223, 851

Creditors and Contributories, 15

Savings Bank Act, 1880; 15, 58

Trade-Marks Acts, 58
Criminal Appeal, 532
Current Topics :—

Acts of Parliament, Publication of, 598

Printing, 845

Short Titles, 750

trrent Topics (continued) :

Affidavits, Loss of, at Chamber?, 42
Agricultural Holdings Act, Point uuder, 464
Alderson v. Maddisoti, 790
Amicus Curice, 42
Angus v. Daltcn, 654
Appeal Court. 671, 789

Con.-titution of, 3, 817, 824

Bankruptcy Adjudications, 41

Nou-delivery of Papers, 87

Special Case, 251

"Assessors" in the Court of Appeal, 65
Baggallay, Mr. Justice, 171, 537
Bank Notes—Altered Numbers, 672
Bankruptcy, Law of, 87

Suggestions of the Institute of Banker?, 146

Receipts and Payments of the Court, 858

Bankruptcy Legislation, 383
Bankruptcy Bill, 177, 463, 713
Bar, The, Call of Solicitors to, 309, 347, 487
Barnard's Inn, 310
Barrister, Sale of Practice, 403
Bastardy Law—Marriage of Mother, 172, 464
Beaconsfu Id's (Lord) Connection with the Law, 463,
484

Will of, 483

Bills of Sale, 365, 921

Operation of, 485

Act, 1878, Amendment, 402

Bradlaugh case, 366, 403, 424, 444, 735, 876
Bramwell, Mr. Justice, 693, 714, 845

Resignation of, 857

Briefs, Fees for Preparing, 537
Brighton Railway Murder, 692; the Reward. 692
Bristol, Sale of Surplus Laud, 598, 635
Cambridge Commemoration Banquet, 403
Cambridge Local Examinations and Law Students,

41, 46
Carriers' Law, 145
Carter v. Stubbs, 330
Cause Lists, 323, 347, 409, 935
Census, 1881; 402

Chamberlaine v. Barnwell, Costs in, 401
Chambers of the Chancery Division, 749
Chancery Division—Technicalities, 88

Business in, 653

Vacation Work, 1, G5

Chamber Vacation Business, 691

The Vote for, 771

Chancery Funds—Report, 790

Chancery Paymaster's Office, 2, 127, 212, 232, 271,

309, 329, 443, 597, 635, 655, 671, 713, 769,, 896
Chancery Prisoner, A, Release of, 165
Chancery-lane, 829, 832
Chitty, Mr. Justice, 829, 838, 935
Church and State in England, 193
"Coming Men," 311

Commissioners of Works v. Angus, 384, 444
Common Law Divisions, Consolidation of, 67, 87,

98, 178, 239, 259, 273, 283, 309, 365: see alto

Council of Judges
Compensation for Personal Injuries, 818
Conditions of Sale, 869
Conduit Mead Estate, Leases on, 194
Consols, Price of—Payment of Government Debts,

557

Contempt of Court, 402

Contract Fee, Paymeut of, to Vendor's Solicitor,
882

Conveyancing and Law of Property Bill, 312, 332,
350, 368, 386, 424, 671, 769, 771, 858, 870,
882

Relief against Forfeitures of Leases, 769, 896,

921, 922

« PreviousContinue »