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ham ; he married, in 1870, Frances, daughter of Robert Ranking, Esq., and he was born on the 8th
shortly after leaving school he proceeded to Aus.
Professional Partnership Dissolbed.
Gazelte, March 5. The late Robert Cox, Esq., of Edinburgh, writer inn, whence he migrated to the Inner Temple, and BEDFORD and LACY, attorneys and solicitors, King's Bench.velk,
Temple, and Kingston-on-Thames. was called to the Bar in 1870. Mr. Rose was
(Edward Hone to the signet, who died suddenly on the 3rd Feb.,
lowe Bedford and Charles Edward Lacy.) in the sixty.second year of his age, was the third possessed of much ability and a natural fund son of the late Robert Cox, Esq., of Gorgie Mills, in ready wit and humour, and he ed the county of Edinburgh, by Ann, daughter of George
Bankrupts. every promise of success and distinction as an Combe, Esq., of Edinburgh. He was born at Gorgie, advocate at the Common Law Bar, to which the
Gazette, March 8. in the year 1810, and was educated at the High support and influence of his father's firm would To surrender at the Bankrupts' Court, Basinghall-st. School and University of Edinburgh, to the latter have materially contributed. During his short BLANCHARD, SYDNEY LAMAX, Baker-st, Portman.s4. Pet.
Jurch . Reg. Hazlitt.
Sols., dessrs. Lumley, Coudats. of which he bequeathed 50001. It was in the office career at the Bar he had already been engaged as of his grandfather, Mr. George Combe, while that junior counsel in some the more prominent HEYMANN, MORitz, wholesale warehouseman, Hildrop-rd, Cam.
Reg. Hazlitt. Sol., Ditton, Irondistinguished anthor still pursued his original cases of the day, and the high eulogium recently monger-la. Sur, March 22 profession in Edinburgh, that Mr. Cox received passed upon his character by Lord Chief Justice PALLANT, SAMUEL, outfirter, Baker-st and Regent-st. Pet.
March 3. Kek. Spring-Rice. Sols., Phelps and Co., Gresham. the training which, along with attendance at the Bovill, the Attorney-General, and Mr. Serjeant Sur. March 21 usual law classes, qualified him to pass as a writer Ballantine, in the course of the celebrated Tich. SNELLING, FRASCIS, jun., and SXELLING, JOHX, warthousemen,
Houndsditch. Pet. March 3. Reg. Spring. Rice. Sur. March to the signet forty years ago. He likewise attended borno trial, will be fresh in the recollection of our the classes of general science at Edinburgh Univer
To surrender in the Country, readers. The deceased gentleman held the valu
BEESTON, JOnx, innkeeper, Woore. Pet. March 5. Dep.-Reg. sity, and studied anatomy under Dr. Robert Knox. able appointment of Secretary to the Foreign and Speakman. Sur. March 22 This training, kept up by subsequent reading, well Colonial Government Trust. He was much beloved ECHERCH, JULIUS, und BARING, Edwix, provision merchants,
Plymouth (trading as Braun, Earing, and Co.). Pet. March 2 qualified him in later years for superintending, in for his kind and genial disposition, and few who Reg. Pearce. Sur, March 7 conjunction with his late brother, Dr. Abrain Cox, are thus early taken could be more deeply WARMER, HENRY, jun., innkeeper, Hadlow. Pet. March 2. Reg.
Alleyne. Sur. March of Kingston, and with one of his surviving missed or lamented by a large circle of relations ROBERTS FIELDING, wheelwright, Scout bottom, near New. brothers, Sir James Cox, a Commissioner of and friends. The deceased leaves a widow, to
church. Pet. March 4. Reg. Tweedale. Sur, March :)
SALT, ALFRED; PERRY, RICHARD; and FELLOWS, WILLIAM, Lunacy for Scotland, the revisal of re-issues whom he had been been married only six months. shoe mansfacturers, Stafford.
Reg. Spilsbury, of Dr. Combe's popular physiological works and His remains were interred in the family vault in
Sur. March 26 those of Mr. George Combe's books, in which St. Margaret's church, at Tyler's.green, near High
Gazette, March 12. the structure of the brain and the theory of Wycombe, in the presence of a large number of BERKELEY, GEORGE LexxOX RAWdos, no occupation, out of
To surrender at the Bankrupts' Court, Basinghall-street. the nervous system are specially considered. friends and relatives.
England. Pet. March 8, Reg. Spring-Rice. Sur. April Il Being, in a pecuniary point of view, sufficiently
HILL, JAMES CROCCHER, and KESSARD, JAMES SPICER, cork
merchants, Cable-st, St. George's East. Pet. March & Beg. independent for his tastes and aims, he shrank
Dau ray. Sur. March 20 from the general business of his profession, merely
P. SHAW, ESQ.
MORRIS, FREDERICK, general merchant, Mark-la. Pet. March & limiting it to that which family or friendly connec. The late Patrick Shaw, Esq., advocate, of Edin.
Reg. Murruy. Sur. March 25 tions pressed upon him. When about twenty-five burgh, who died at his residence, 36, Charlotte.
To surrender in the Country. years of age, he accepted the secretaryship of a
square, in that city, on the 12th Feb., in the 76th AVERY, JOHN, out of business, Liverpool. Pet, March 7. Reg literary institution at Liverpool, but after a year or year of his age, was the fourth son of the late BUBB, ARTHUR, and HARRIS, HENRY William, merchants,
Liverpool. Pet. March 7. Ref. Watson. Sur two he returned to Edinburgh, to resumo his Charles Shaw, Esq; of Ayr, writer to the signet, ubwa cha Ds Got LD Monos gentleman, care con nex limited practice in business. Not long after his re
child of the
Newport. Pet. Marche, Reg. Roberts. Sur. March turn he was induced to undertake the compilation
Esq. He was born at Ayr, on the 18th June, 1796, HANERSTONE, JAMES draper, Cuinor. Pet. March 8. Reg. of the index to the seventh edition of “ The Ency. and was called to the Scotch Bar in 1819. In IRVINE, CHARLES STUART, corn dealer, Bradford, Pet. March 5.
Rex. Robinson. SurAprilj clopædia Britannica." and at this time he was also 1821 he, commenced, in conjunction, with Mr. KEY, HASME, amper, Ilurrogate. Pet. March 5. Reg. Per. engaged in the editorship of the Phrenological James Ballantine, and afterwards with Mr. Alex. Journal, to the papers of which he contributed ander Dunlop, those Court of Session Reports SIDEN, THOMAS, fistimonger, Birmingham. many original pages and reviews. In 1853 he which have been so long and so successfully con- SILK, WILLIAM SETTENFIELD, engineer, Minster. Pet March published a volume entitled “Sabbath Laws and
Rek. Callawity. Sur. Marek 26 tinued, and of which the acknowledged merit and
SMITH, ROBERT, heald manufacturer, Burnley. Pet, March . Sabbath Duties," the substance of which had signal success was in a great measure due to him ;
Reg. Hartley. Sur. March originally appeared in the form of a pamphlet, and in three years afterwards he commenced the WWELRWAKE WILLIAM SUPsox, innkoeper, Howden.
Reg. PhillipsSur. entitled A Plea for Sunday Trains," which he Reports of Decisions in the House of Lords, WILLIAMS, STaster, cloth 4,eni, alanchester. Pet. March i.
. March had addressed to the Directors of the Edinburgh beginning with 1821, and in this he was afterwards and Glasgow railway, on their refusal to continue assisted by Mr. Wilson and Mr. McLean. “It
“ be very difficult to
Gazette, March 5. the passenger traffic in connection with their Sun- would,” says the Scotsman, day trains. This work was followed up by several estimate the value to the Legal Profession of Mr. LUNY, ALFRED, machine fitter, Almondbury. March 30, 188
REYNOLDS, ALFRED, auctioneer, Boston. Jan. 9, 1672 others, bearing upon the Sabbath question, among Shaw's services as a reporter in these departments,
, March 8. which were l'he Whole Doctrine of Calvin about and not less valuable has been his Digests of FABRIS, FRANCIS WILLIA2, the occupation, Maida-vale. Juls4, the Sabbath and Lord's Day," " What is Sabbath Decisions, a work in constant and available Breaking ?” and “The Literature of the Sabbath use.". A thoroughly educated and most in. Question” (2 vols). A thoroughly competent autho- dustrious and well · furnished lawyer himself,
Liquidations by Arrangement. he rity—the late Dr. Robert Lee-described this last was peculiarly qualified for the duties
FIRST MEETINGS, named work as “incomparably the most complete in which he engaged, and his close connec.
Gazette, March 9. history of the Sabbath controversy that ever bastion and personal frendship with his brother-inbeen written.” To " Chambers's Encyclopædia law, Professor George J. Bell, tended to enlarge BATCHELAR, WILLIAM, agent, Swansea ; March 18, at eleven, at
Rutland-st, he contributed the chief portion of the article and mature his views, and to endow him with BAYLISS, ROBERT, tailor, Burford; March 22, at two, at the ** Sabbath,” and also several other articles on
special qualifications for legal authorship. In BEERS, GEORGE, Nastone; March 18, at three, at H. and A. topics with which he was familiar.
1839 he was appointed to the office of Precentor Cowell, 10, Soresby-st, Chesterfield. Sol., Cowell of Signatures, and in 1847 he was made sheriff of
BESHAX, JOHN BENJAMIN, baker, keading; March 23, at eleven
at 3, Furbury, Readink. Sel., Kising Chancery for Scotland, and until he was com- BLACKWOOD, ADAM, boiler inaker, Bartlepool; March 2, at W. HUGHES, ESQ. pelled by failing health to retire from the post, BKAE, JAMES ALLEN, mechanical envincer, the Poplars. E mira
twelve, at office of Sulu., Dobing and Simpsun, Hartie pool The late Walter Hughes, Esq., solicitor, who had he discharged the duties with ability, industry, and Camden-town; March 18, at one, at office or Sol., Saca, King
Williamt practised in the City of London for nearly fifty success. The political opinions of Mr. Shaw
BRAND), JOHX, miller, Billinghay; March 21, at eleven, at office years, and whose death occurred on the 13th Feb., were those of a steady constitutional Whig, and of Sol., Snow, Sleuford
BROKENSHIR, JOHN, commercial traveller, the Terrace, Hempat his residence, Southwood House, Highgate, on all questions and occasions he supported the
ton-wick; March 1, ut twelve, at office of Sols., Wilkusou and after an illness of two days, in the sixty-ninth Liberal cause. He married, in 1860, Susannah, Howlett, Bedford L, Covent-garden year of his age, was the youngest of the six sons daughter of the late William Fullarton, Esq., of
BULL, EDWARD JOHN, uca er in bedding. Hallfax; March , at
three, at office of Sol., Rhodes, Halifax of the late Richard Hughes, Esq., the well-known Skeldon, Ayrshire. His remains were interred in CAMPDELL, WILLIAM. out of business, Leeds; March 23, at three, Conveyancer, of Lincoln’s-inn, by Sally, daughter the Western Cemetery, Edinburgh.
at the Treveilyan hutel, Manchester of the late Samuel Remnant, Esq. He was born
CONDER, JOIN, innkeeper, Southport; March 2, at three, at
office or Suis., Welsby and Hill, Southport in the year 1803, admitted a solicitor in Trinity
J. YONGE, ESQ.
COXXELL, JOIX, innkeeper, High Ackworth: March 21, 3: treire, Term 1824, and was appointed a London Com. The late John Yonge, Esq., solicitor, of 151,
at the Green Dragon hotel, Poutefract. Sol, Burrats, Wake. missioner for alministering oaths in Chancery, Strand, who died at Canonbury, Islington, on
CORBETT CHARLES WILLIAM, boiler composition mannfacturer, &c., in 1859. The deceased gentleman was asso.
Birmingham; Murch '*, at eleven, at ortice of sol., Duše, Birthe loth Feb., in the sixty-eighth year of his ciated with the late John Masterman, Esq., M.P., age, Thomas Kearsey, Esq., and other gentlemen, in the of the Strand, come time watch and clock maker DARNEY, Louis, and PR10k, TuoNAS GEORGE, pianoforte was the fifth son of Mr. George Yonge, Cound Falconer: New Kent rd; March 15, at three, at the
, St. et. foundation of the City Club. He was a governor
manufacturers, New-inn-yu,' Tottenham-et-rd; Narebi, al to the Admiralty. He was born in the Strand in of Christ's Hospital and of numerous similar in the year 1804, and was adınitted a solicitor in
two, at office of Sul, Williams, Allred-pl, Bedford sq
DEGCE, JOSEPH, and STOCKDALE, FRANK, agricultural imple. stitutions. He married in 1832, Emma, second | 1839. He was appointed in 1849 vestry clerk of ment dealers, Liverpo; March 15, at two, at afice o: Sula, daughter of the late William Pell Rew, Esq., of the parish of St. Mary-le-Strand, and in 1856 he
Fowler und Carruthers, Liverpwl
DIGBY, EDWARD JOHS, and PEARSE, ARTHUR, linen drapers, Finchley, by whoin he has left a daughter and was made vestry clerk of the Precinct of the
Chester: March 10, au twelve, at office of J. Crowther and to, three sons. His eldest son has succeeded to his Savoy. Mr. Yonge married in 1837 Eleanor Mary, DOLING, SAMUEL, baker, Hilsoni, in Alverstoße; March 19, &. 1998,
accountants, bath-chamls, Mane hester. Sol., Tuylor father's business, the second is in the church, and the danghtor of Natlıaniel Atcheson, Esq.,, of DRAN, William, fruiterer, liwyle; March 20, at two, at office of the third at the Equity Bar. We may add that of Duke.street, Westminster, by whom he has left the late Mr. Hughes's brothers, two were at the
The remains of the deceased gentleman EANLA WILLIAN, farmer. Stanton; March 2, at tro, at the equity and two at the Common Law Bar. The re. were interred in Higligate Cemetery.
Angel botel, Bury St. Edmund's. Sol., Walpole, Bury Suni mains of the deceased gentleman were interred in
EDNUNDS. JAMES DARLEY, chresemonger, Roman-rd, Old-rd; Higbgate Cemetery.
Mureh 23, at three, at vrfice of Sil. Spiller, South-pl, Finstury
ELLINOX, JO11X WILLIAM, comments on perle cumst, Cheap PROMOTIONS & APPOINTMENTS.
side; March 18, at lwelre, ut office of Sois., Reed and Lurring
FEAR, FRASK, fish mercnunt. Aberystwith; March 17, at eleven, The late William Barber Rose, Esq., barrister. (N.B.-Annonneements of promotions being in the nature
at office of sol., Atwoxd, Aberystwie at-law, who died from an attack of rheumatic
of advertisements, are charolas. 6. cach, for which
FOOTER, HENRY. builder, Guildford; March 2, at twy, at office of postage stamps should be inclosed.]
D. M. Stevens, Guildford fever, at his residence in Howick.place, West.
FOY, MICHAEL JOSEPH, bootinaker, Levinin ter; March 1 st
three, at the White Hart hutel, Leicester. minster, on the 16th Feb., in the twenty-seventh Mr. SAMUEL HADFIELD, of Manchester, in the year of his age, was the second son of Philip Rose, county of Lancaster, and of Bowdon, in the county
FROST, JORX STANTON, fisl merchant, King's Lynn; Vareh ** Esq., of Rayners, near High Wycombe, Bucks, of Chester, solicitor, has been appointed to be
al t.even, at uitice of Lovewel Blake, Hall quay, Yarmouth.
Sol., Seppings, jun., King's Lynn and of Cromwell-road, South Ken-ington, one of Perpetual Commissioner for taking the Acknow. GAMBLE, JIENRY CUTCLITFE, printer, Spurstower. flacknes : the principal partners in the firm of Baxter, i ledginents of Deeds by Married Women in and GILDENTSÓS, FRANTIN, turmer. Nurth Didielu, in sipwith:
, , vitice , Rose. Norton, and Co., of Victoria-street, West. for the county of Chester, as well as in and for ! GUSWWilliam, inte journey an ever. Bestetik, in Trails
12. at three, at , . ! mirster. His mother was Margaret, daughter of 'The county of Lancaster.
foru; Murch, ut twu, il criou o Sul., Hate, baudiu
Bull hotel, Burtord
at of Sol.,
Sul, Trevenu, Truro
GIN?, JACOB, baker, St. John's.rd, Hoxton; April 4, at three, at
Orders of Discharge. office of F. Holloway, accountant, Ball's Pund.rd, Islington.
Sol.. Henthleld, Lincoln's inn-fields
Gazette, March 8. field: March 23, at ten, at office of Sol., Sykes, Huddersfield STUART, JOHX, landscape photographer, Elms-grove, HammerGOLDISG, GEORGE WILLIAM, butcher, Kentish-town-rd ; March smith
19. at eleven, at offices of Sol., Davi-, Bedford-row, Holborn GROOM, JOSLAU, photographic artist, Shrewsbury: March 21, at
eleven, at othee of Sol., Morris, Shrewsbnry
The Official Assignees, dc., are given, to whom apply for the Gresbam.st. Sols., Sole, Turner, and Turner. Aldermanbury
Dividends. HARTLEY, HENRY, provision dealer, Commercial · pl. Rather- Crearea and Purler, builders, second, cd. (first and second of
hithe; March?, at three, at office of Sol., Bers, Lincoln's-inn. 2. and d. on new profsi. McNeill, Manchester.-(chran, Nelds
S. builder, tir-t, . McNeill, Manchester.- Marker, J. builder, HARVEY, HEYRY, and LOWE, DANIEL, glass denlers, Birming. first 3. 11d. McNeill, Manchester.-Smith, J.tunkeeper, first, Id.
hain: March 19, at three, at offices of Soi., Maher, Birmingham McNeill, Manchester.-Sutton, E. S. cotton spinner, first, od. 2.9ths. HAWKE, JAMEX, cordwainer, Falmouth; March 25, at two, at McNeill, Manchester. office of Sol., Jenkins, Falmouth
CH**, W. Wandsworth-rd, final, 7. 2!d. At Sol., Woolf, King-st. HEATH, JOHN HENRY, chemist, Strand; March 21, at two, at Chenpside.-Thirirs, J. merchant, tirt 61. At office of A. Osborne,
the Guildhall Coffee house, Greshart-st. Sol., Maniere, Groat High-st. Ross-Ellintl, W.C, bilder, first and final, ls. Al ottices James.st, Bedford-row
of Trust., J. Joll, Tamar-wharf, Devonport.-Fri, J. tish mer. HICKMAX, WILLIAM, butcher, Wolverhampton ; March 21, at chant, 7d. At office of Trust, N. Dawson, Flotten-gate, Great three, at offices or Sol, Stratton, Wolverhanpton
Grimsby.-Gusly. J. builder, 3.. At ottices of Trust, W. C. Wit. HOPKINSOX, TUOMAN CHARLEN, baker, Stufford; March 23, at son, Wardwick, Derby.- Hline and Authory, cotton brokers, fourth, twelve, ut offices of Sol, Brough, Scafford
d. At othne of Trust., H. W. Banter, 24, North John-it. Liver. HORN, WILLIABI, und Gow, HOWARD, merchants, Liverpool; pool.-Hinra*, W. baker, first and final, 31. At office of Trust., I. March 27, at three, at offices of Sol., Yates Liverpool
Carmichael, I, Cambridge.chmbs, iia, Lord.st, Liverpool. - Jumpe, HUMPHREYS, THOMAS, attorney's clerk, Aston jnxta, Birming- W grocer, second and tinal, old, At office of Trust. H. Chilontt.
ham; March 22, at three, at offices of Soi., Kennedy, Birming, 1%, St. Mary-st, Truro.-Luti. A Waterproof manufacturer, third ham
and tinal, is ojd. At office of Trust. J. W. Ford, 8, Wallbrook.JOHNSOX, EDWARD, attorney-at-lar. Southampton-blings, Chan. Virball, J. draper. third, s. C1. At oftice of Trust., G. Wreford,
cery-la, March 21, at eleven, at offices of Soi., Davis, Bedford. Gandy st-chmos, Exeter. Wur, W. T.HS. distiller, first, 3s. 1d. row
At ottices of Tiunt., E. More, 3, Crosby-sq.- Yuxur!t, J. jun. JOLINSOX, GEORGE JONATHAS, pluniber, Brooke: March 23, at oyster merchant, 15. At office of Trust., G. Pye, Bank oldes, eleven, at office of Sols., Winter and Francis, Norwich
1 Colchester,-- Berlald, J. innkeeper, final, id. At officer of Ibbot. JONES, JOIX, draper, Shrewsbury; March ?, at eleven, at office son and Houps, 8, Tower outrinck. The Exchange, Bradford. of Sol., Morris, Shrewsbury
Smythe, F. brewer, first, I». At fice of Trust., W. F. Morgan, KENWARD, ROBERT, marble chimney-piece merchant, Euston. Hibernia-chinbs, London bridze. --Syeruhtin, C. S. B. clerk in holy
rd; March 1), at two), at the Guildhall Cotfue house, Greshun. orders, is, $1. At hou-c of Trust. W. Fotimit. Dulverton - Whilipy, st. Sol., daniere, Great Jam98-t, Bedforri row
F. woolstapler, s. At office of Sols., Terry and Robinson, 9, KITSOX, JOHS, pork butcher, Hochdale; March 2, at eleven, at Market-st, Bradford.
offices of Sol. Messrs. Robert:, Rochdale
bldgs, Beer-la, ant st. Leonard's.rd. Surbiton: March 21. ut
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Gutier la LASGTON, THOMAS, timber merchant, Thames.st, Rotherhithe ;
BIRTHS. April 4, at turlve, at offices ot Sinter and Panuell, Guildhall. ADDISON.-On the 12th inst., at No. 12, Fellows-rond, South Hamp. chinos, Basinghall-. Sol., Hewitt, Nicholas-la
stead, the wife of Joseph Addion, E:9, a son. LIGHTFOOT, THOJAS, joiner, Higher Dedaunton; March 20, at DICKINS-On the 17th Jan., 172, Blut, Yokoh ma, Japan, the
twelve, at office of Sols., Brotherton and Hannan, Birkenhead wife of F. V. Dickins, barrister ni-law, of adoughter. LLOYD, LEWIS, boot uker Tunbridge Wells, March 3, ut, KUBY. - On the oth in-t., at 10, Turistick-rosd, Westbourne. eleven, at the Kentish Hotel, Tunbridge Wells. Sol., Copp park, the wife or Thoinas Frederick Kirby, Esq., barı ister-atEssex-st, Strand, London
law, 01 a son. LOWF, WILLIAM, harness maker, Saint Helens: March 27, at
DLATIIS. three, at ottices of So.s., Evans and Lockett, Liverpool
BANNERMAS.--On the 7th unt, ut his residence in Jackson-street, MAXSER, DAVID, baker, Harrold : March 21, at two, at 19, Hatton.
Cave Coust, West Africa, Hred 43, Charles Bauherman, Esq.. the garden. Sol, Marshall, Lincoln's inn felds
eldest son of the inte Hon. James Bannerman, of Accra. He was MARCUTT, ZACHARIAN, fruiterer, Rochdale: March 2, at threo,
for many yutun vurule in Her Mujerty's courts of law on at the White Swan Inn, Rochdale. Sol., Standiing, Roch ne
thu Gold Coast, and editor and proprietor of the West African MARKS, SAMUEL, hotel keeper. Cinton; March 2), at eleven, at
Herald. othices of sol, Morgan, Cardiff
THOMAS-On the cth inet., at Beveil House, Hereford, aged 84. MORDAUST, HENRY, suck denler, City.chmba, Threadneedle-st;
Francis Henry Thomas, E.q., MA., Oxin, J.P. and D.L. for the Aprilis, at two, at office of So!., Pope, Great James-st, Bedford.
cony of Herefort. MOUXTYORD, SAUL, jun., wheelwrisht, West Bromwich :
Murch ?, at eleven, ut oitives of sur., E. ad A. Caduick, West PARTRIDGE AND COOPER
Bromwich NICHOLAS, WILLIAV, licensed victualler, Luton ; March 16, at fou.. at the office of T. F. Jolley, Mecouutunt, J.utun.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL STATIONERS, OXIONS, WILLIAM, ani OXION EDWIN, cumnistors, Oldbiry: March 22, nttivalve, at ottices at Mr. R Free, accountant,
192, FLEET-STREET, AND I &. CHANCERI-LANE, LONDON, E. Birmingham. Suls., Cold cott and Cauning, Dudley
Carriage puil to the Country on Orle's erceediny 03. PARTINGTON, JOIN and PARTI.SGTON, THOMAN, boiler inike-n, Bra 11ort; March 2), at threc, at ultice of sol., Hurchinson,
Drarr PAPER, 15. 6:1., 6., 7., is ou, and Is. per rean. Brudford Pirulit, IIENRY IIUXT. wine and spirit merchant, Leeds; BEEF PAPEN, 13 6. lin. lib., and 23. 6. par ream. March 21, at elever, it will ef sl., lullan Lucis
FOOL CAP PAPER. les, ot, 13*, Gl., and IN. Gl. per ream, PLIMEN, JOIX, butcher, Buth; Jare. 23. a elevela, &t ofilce of CREA LAID NOTE.,., and as per ream. Sul., Bar run, Buth
LARE CREAN LAID VOTE, Is., lis, and 78. per ream. PODLE, JOIN freengrocer, Oxford: April 6, at two, at the LARGE BLUE NOTE, S.,1., and 6s. per rean.
Guildhali coreo.h Use, Gresham-st, London. Sul., Muniore ENVELOPES, CREANOX BLUE, **.ol, and 6s, 06., per 1000. RAVES, JOHN HEAD), sutioner, Norwich; March 1, at twelve,
THE TEMPLE" ENVELOPE, extra secure, 1.6l. per 1000. at office or E. Tiliyord, solícibor, Serjatut's inn, Chinceryli,
FOOLIP OFFICIAL ENVELOPEN, Iso per l'I. London, Son, Cabbarn, Norwich
THE NEW "VELLUX WOVE CLUB HOUSE REED), JAMEY WESLEY, architect, Hazleville-rd, Hornsey rise ;
Nore, Ds. Ol. per parchi at 'w, ut office of H. W. Bank, pulic accountant,
ream. Coleman, S., Harcsurt und Marthar, arxitet
“We shonld direct particular attention to thair New Club. RIIULARDS, JAMES, commission agent, Colworton; March 21, at honse Paper: in our onion it is the very best paper we ever three, at the Queen's ilutel, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Sul., Wilson,
INDENTURE SEINS, Printed and Machine-rnled, to hold twenty
or thirty tolins, L. Nd. and is per skin, yos. per dozen. ROADS, ANTHONY, farmer, Thornborough; March 25, at twelve,
SECONDS or FOLLOWERS, Kuuled is, 6. each, 178. per duzen. 11th White Hart hotel, Bukin ham Sol, Stiin un. Bedir ROBERT, LOI's, bot manufneturer, Birmingham; March 25, nt
RECORDs or MEMORIALS, ul. each, js, per dozen. I welve, at the Queen's Hotel, Birining ham. Sol., Griffin, Bir. mingham
LEDGEILS, DAY-BOOKS, CASH-BOOKS, LETTER Or MIXUTE-BOOKS ROWE, RICHARD, forage dealer. Plymouth; March 27, at eleven, at offices of J. E, E. Curtis and Duwe, Plymouth. Sol., Curtis,
An iminense stock in various bindings. Plymouch
IllusTRATED PRICE-LIST of Inkstands, Postage Scales, RUSSELL, JASES, and COTTON WILLIAM, printers, Birmingham; Copyin Presses, Writin's Caves, Despatch Boxes, Oak and March 2;. at twelve, at offices of Sol.. Morgun, Uirmalaram
Walnut Suisionery Cabinets, and other useful articles SACKETT, RICHARD HENKY, buker, Murute; March , ut eleven, at 9, Church field-place, Marxite. Sol., Gibson
adaptel to Library or Othee, post free. SAVERY, Joys, fish merchant, Southsea ; March 19, at three, at office of Sol., Feltham, Portsea
TO EXECUTORS, TZUSTEES, AND SOLICITORS SAUNDERS, JOHX, grocer, Bach; March 25, at one, at 3, Miles.
bldys, Bath. Sols., Gilland Bush SHARMAN, DANIEL, butcher, Northampton; March 27, at eleven, at offices of Sols, Messrs. Jeffery, Northampton
SILVER PLATE, DIAMONDS, SUAW, LUKE. woullen manufacturer, Haifax; March 14, at
twelve, at the Griffin inn, Hallax. Suls., Norais, Foster, and Hunt, Hadi ax
JEWELRY, ARTICLES OF VERTU, SHERL CA, JAMES, brickmaker, Derby: March 23, at eleven, at ottice or Sol., Brikk, Derby
&c., SMITH, WILLIAM, twitor, Shrewsbury-rd, Bayswater : March 27,
at three, at office of Sol., Brighter, Bispest-without SMITU, WILLIAM SMITH, WILLIAM. jun, and SMITII, JUNEPH,
CORRECTLY VALUED FOR PROBATE, ten dealers Bradiord ; March 20, at four, at office of Sol., Berry, Bradford
OR SMITII, RICHARD JOHX, clerk, Victoria.grove, Stoke Newington.
ru: March 3, at two, at offices of Mr. T. Crow, accountant, PURCHASED IN ANY AMOUNT AT THEIR FULL 7, North-rd, New Cross, Sols., Bellamy aud Strung, Bishops.
VALUE FOR CASH. gite-st Within STAFFORD, JAMES, boot maker, Fulham.rd, West Brompton;
March 27, at three, at offices of Messr*, Dyte and Leader, Fleetst. sol., Jonas, King's-bench wik, Ternple
D. & J. WELLBY, STOCKER, WILLIAM BUILBANK, tailor, Gloucester; March 27, at
twelve, at offices of Sol., Cooke, Gloucester ST. AUBYX, WILLIAM JOHN, clerk in holy urders, Stoke: April 5, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PLATE, JEWELRY,
at twelve, at thu Oud Fellows' Hall, Ker-st, Devonport. Sols., Beer and Rundlo
AND PRECIOUS STONES, THOMA, JOIX, commission agent, Merthyr Tydfi1; March 22, at
one, at offices of Sol, Thomax, Pontypridd THOMAS, THOMAS GRIFFITH, draper, Aberystwith; March 23, at
20, GARRICK-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN, twelve, at other of Sol, Jones, Aberystwith. TIDYAM, CHARL 8, furmer, Topcruit; March 25, at twelve, at
LONDON, ottice of Sol., Chittock. Norwich TURNER, JONEPII, labourer, Middlesborough; March 20, at eleven at offices of Messrs. J. Braithwaite und Co., accountants, Middles. borough. Sol., Bainbridge, Middlesborough
Secondhand Plate, Jewelry, &c., for Sale, at Trade VEITCII, GEORGE, grocer, Gateshead: March 23, at twelve, at
Prices. office of Sol., Sewell, Newcastle upon Tyne WESTIS, CHARLES VICTOR, tailor, Cardiff, Barch 28, at eleven, at
offices of Sol., Stephens, Cardiff WILON, RICHARD, and BLOODWORTH, THOMAS, export oflmen,
ESTABLISHED FIFTY YEARS. Great Bath--t. Farringdon rd: March 21, at twelve, at offices of
Jones and Hall, Kinz' arms yd, Moorgate-t. Sol, Hall WORTH, JOIN, corn miller, Stalybridge: March %, at three, at
\CIENTIFIC PRESENTS.-Collections to offiets or Sok., Sutt in and Elliott. Mar chemier WRIGHT, EDWIN, glass bottle innker, Wakefield: March 27, at the important Study of Mineralogy and Geoloxy, can be had
two, at ottices of lernts, SLOCK and Nettleton, solicitors, at 2, 3, 10, 20, 51, to 3170 guneas; an single specimens of Wakefield. Sol., Nettleton
Mineras, Rocks, Fossil-, and Recon: Shells, Geological Map YATES, ALFRED, furnishing ironmonger, Crent Titchfield - *t, Marylebone; March 1, at two, at the Guildhall Caffee house,
Hann ts, all the recent publications, &c., of J. TENNANT, Greshin at. So., Miniere, Greut Juinos , Bedford-ruw
Mineralogist to Her Majesty, 11, Strand, W.C. You'sO, WILLIAM, tatior, Oxford. March 25, ist tivelve, at office
Prira e instruction is given in Girology and Mineralogs by of Sols, llarford aud Taylor, Oxford
Mr. Tenani, F.G.S., at his residence, 119, Strand.
HAX, SEPTIMUS THOMAS, watchmaker, Farnborough; March 19,
st two, at offices of Sol., Philp, Pancrusla, Queen-st
at three, at ottice or sol.. Rubert, Shettield
twelve, at office of Sols., Messrs. Nurse, King's Lynn
the Brusstick hotel, Piccadilly. Sol., Muir, Macclesfield KIRKPATRICK, FRANCIS, hosier, Wolvernampton; March 23, at
twelve, at offices of Sol., Barrow, Wolverhampton
three, at the Pack Horse notel, Shefeld. Sol, Noweil, Burnley
three, at offices of fol., Jaque, Birmingham
Merinaid hotel, Yeovil. Sol., Watts, Yeovil
Sparbrook; March 16, at twelve, at office of Sol., Kennedy, Birles
20, at eleven, at otice of sol., Smate, Bideford
at the King's Head hotel, Loughborough. Sol., Goode
March 28, at two, at ottice of Sol., Phipos, Farringdon-st by
WOORT, HESRY, brewer, Coventry; March 19, at hull part three,
at ottice of sols, Crunch and Rowe, Nottinglun
twelve, at office of Grunge und Wintringham, Great Grimsby BANDALE, JAMES BRODEX, comis-on agent, Manchester;
March 22, at three, as office or Sul., Addleshaw. huchester
March 13, at twelve, at office or sole, Turner, and Turner, solici.
office of Sol, Quinn, Liverpool RIDDLE, FRANCIS, and RUDDLE, FRANCIS WILLIAN. hutters,
Hereford; Narch 21, nt thrre, at the Green Dragon hi tel, Hereford. Sols., James and Bodenham RUTTER, GEORGE EDWARD, fringo manufacturer, Plymouth;
March 15, as twelve, ut office of Sols., Beer und Rundle, Devonport SHAW. GIDEOX, bontmaker, Castleford; March 20, at two, at office
of Sol., Boulton, Pontefruct
Sol., Preston, King's Arnis.ya, Morgate.st
March 22, ar two, ut offices of Sol., Sviney, Leadenhall.at
of Sol, Griyatn, jun., York
twelve, at office of Sul., Grove, Birminghitin
a! (0:3), Irohull, Ilution viu
March 21, at two), softice or Dubois, uresnum-bidys, Baring.
of Sol., Jaquies, Birminghuin
twi), 1 oOH S., Dievi's, GoXI, serjeant's-111, Chancery.lt
Por sol., Cien, Shetheld
#olice of Sul., Bela, Sotungham
* O Furniv. diotel, Hulborn. Sol., Kialby, southuinpton WATT, GEOE WILLIAM!, wie merchant, brilgend; Munch 21,
at 17, at fleus of Sul., Dix, Biiswl
St. James'.st, St. James' Church. Bith
the Diske Willixin inn, Mutluck. 8, Neale
West Chelsea : March 21, at twelve, at office of Sol., Roche, Oid WILKINSON, JOUS SPENCER, grocer, Doncaster: March 20, at
twelve, at office of Shirley and Atkinson, soicitors, Doncaster.
Sola, Burdekin, Smith, nud Pye Smith
Talbot inn, Kinston. Sol., Cheese
three, it office or Sols., Saunders and Bradbury, Birmingham WOODER, FISK, D-beurer, Scarborough: March 24, at eleven,
stolice o: So's., Moody, l'urnbull, and Graham, Scarborongh WORMALD, CHARLES FREDERICK, tin picking-CNC maker,
Manche-ter; Jarch 21, at three, at office of sol., Richardson,
Gazette, March 12.
three, at office.f Sol., Coles, Eastbourne BARBATT, A ITUIR HENRY, hatter, Exeter; March 25, at twelve,
at ces of Sol, Tabey, Exeter BESSETT, THA FRASCIN, refreshment contractor, CheyneWilk, Chelsea, ind Drury-lane Theatre; Murch 7, at twy, at
(lc of 30, Tyver, Lower Thames-st BENLEY, JOHX, farmer, Longnewton; March 22, at eleven, at
ceo Soi.Jaidi. (arrick, Wigton BIKER, CILARLEY ILAY TRAISE. jun., coal merchant, Wolver.
1.psoni Barch 23, at eleven, at ottice or Sol., Dallow, Wolver. hin pin B. ILS, JOUX, butcher, King ton upon Thames; March 27, at
tree, oleos Of SulSherrurd, Chiiford's inn Barry, GEOXE, corn detler, Rhyl.st. Kentish-town: March 2),
****, ac otllco of Sol., Morris, Jermyn nt, St. James's B FIF, WILLIA. hosler, Huley; March, 2), at four, at
S., Sherratt. II anley BIPLIT, ISLA KL3-E1, black-mith, Cretingham: March 26, at
tweise, it otice or Sul.. Patrid, loswich BRIS. JAMES, lluendruter, Fulham rd; Maroh 25, at twelve, unthee of F. Luc1, puble accountant, Maddox.st, Regent-st.
Sol, Masan, Maddux si, Regentant BOWSERIDE, Joux, greengrocer, Sheffield; March 22, at
twelve, at oice of Sl., Tattershall, Sheffield BUTT, FREDERICK, bootniaker, Swansea: March 23, a. three, at
Rice of 11 uncock, Triggs, and Co., .Guildhall, Bristol. Sol., Burt. Svanen CARTER, JA*s, outfitter, Sunderland: March 23, at half.past
lén, at office orsol., Haswell, Sunderland CHAPMAN, THOMAS, greengrocer, Neville.rd, Stoke Nowing.
in rd; March 24, at three, at the Londesborough Arms Taveni,
Loaderou rugh-rd stoke Yewington.rii. Sol., Porter CAKA, ROBERT, furniture broker, Stoney Middleton; March 28,
attelse, at office of sol., Fernell, shemeld. CORRIE, JOSIAH, clerk to an iroufounder, Richmond-rd, Isling.
win: March 21, at three, it offices of 301, How-1, Cheapside DASSA), JOHX ANSELM, painter, Birkenhead; March 23, at two,
it office of Sol, Dowuham, Bi.kenhead DAW-OS, GEORGE, grocer, Chelmsford; March 25, at twelve, at
othes og Sos., Cartrand Bell, Leadenhollist, London EDWARDS, JAM*8, butcher, Swansen; March 30, at twelve, at
7.12 ce of Clifun and Woodward, Swansea ELLIN, JOHS, conl dealer. Wolverhampton; March 23, at eleven,
1' Other Sl., Grren, Wolverhampton EVAX JONx, hotel keeper, Newcastle Emlyn: March 30, at ball.
*** txelve, at the Salutation hutel, Newcastle Emlyn. Sol,, E: 12
THE NEW SYSTEM OF BUYING A
HOUSE WITHOUT MONEY.
ESSRS. JOHNSON, WALKER, and
BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY,
AND 30, SOUTHAMPTON-BUILDINGS,
BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT COST PERSONS ARE FAMILIAR with
THE SIDNEY SEED SOWER, what is known as the "THREE YEARS' SYSTEM” of the Pianoforte Makers, by which anyone who Hires en
NAYLOR STREET Instrument and pays the Hure for that period, becomes the
FOR ALL SORTS AND ABSOLUTE OWNER OF THE PIANOFORTE. Pre.
SIZES OF VEGETABLE viously to the introduction of this plan it was almost as
AND FLOWER SEEDS. difficult for those of limited income to buy a good Pianoforte
28, Gd, and 5s. each. as o BUY A HOUSE; and persons went on ear anter year, paying for the Hire of on Instrument, and expender
By an inside fitting in the as much money as would have bought the Pianoforte
large size Sower, Grass Seed several times over.
and reas will pass freely. Are Fire Resisting (see Testimonial). What will hold good for Pianofortes will hold good for
To be obtained of HOUSES; and there are many who would no doubt AVAIL They afford great advantages for agricultural use, being
Mossrs. POLLARD, JEPH. THEMSELVES OF THE OPPORTUNITY, if it was specially adapted to
SON, and CO, Sonth. afforded them, of becoming COVERED FARM-YARDS, HAY BARNS,
wark, Bear-sarden, Agricul. THE OWNER OF A HOUSE
tural Engineers. CORN, CATTLE, and all kinds of SHED
Messrs. CARTER, DUN. in the same way as they have already become the owrer of DING, Temporary or Permanent.
NETT, and BEATES, Holtheir pianoforte.
born. THE DIRECTORS
F. M. & Co.'s Patent “Iron Thatch Substitute" has been awarded the Silver Medal of the Royal Agricultural Society
Messrs. SUTTON and Sox, OF THE of England,
Sold by Seedsmen and Ironmongers in Town and Country.
This day is published, with Map, large post 870., price is.
THE DIAMOND DIGGINGS
OF SOUTH AFRICA.
REGISTERED Nov. 1848. chase than a Pianoforte, the “Three Years' System " will
A PERSONAL AND PRACTICAL ACCOUNT. not apply, excepting in a very few cases: so that a MORE
Specially adapted to meet the wants
By “ SARCELLE," of "The Field." LENGTHENED PERIOD IS NECESSARY over which
of the time of Hiring must extend.
WITII A BRIEF NOTICE OF THE NEW GOLD FIELDS
The wonderful discoveries of the year 1871, far surpassing THE DIRECTORS HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS
in richness everything that had gone before, and proving the
GENTLEMEX OF SEDEXTARY PORSCITS South African Disgings to be no risky speculation, no WITH
exaxherated humbug, but n source of great profit--nay, often THE OWNERS OF HOUSES
Ease Combined with a Perfect Fit, of iminense wealth, to industrious and prevering diggers
have naturally cansed not only in the Cape Colony, but in In various parts of London, and its Suburbs, by which they
Patterns and Particulars of Measure Europe, Australia, and America) an all-pervading interest are enabled to afford to the
ment free by post.
in these Fielcis, and a constantly increasing demand for 18
liable information. Menibers of the Birkbeck Building BURDEN AND KEER, himself an experienced diamond digger, long resident on the
To meet this , the author of the
Fields-has compiled a book which will give a detailed and re-
liable account of the condition of the various digging camps, A very wide CHOICE in the SELECTION both of HOUSES
up to the very latest dates, of routes thither, and of all er. RIFLES, and
penses connected with the enterprise, will enable any sho
, the Directors is
are hesitating at once to decide whether to migrate thither
or not, will put faithfully before the friends of men oat TO LET THESE HOUSES FOR A PERIOD OF
By all the Best Makers,
there the actual advantages and disadvantages, hardships TWELVE-AND-A-HALF YEARS,
and comforts, cares and pleasures, of a digger's life, and Large Stock of
will tell the general public "all about the diggings," and At the end of which Time, if the Ront be Regularly Paid,
CENTRAL-FIRE AND PIN BREECH-LOADERS. amuse them with graphic "Sketches of Life and Character THE HOUSE
on the Fielda." LARGE BORES FOR INDIA.
London: HORACE Cox, 346, Strand, W.C. Will become the absolute Property of the PLATE, JEWELLERY, AND WATCHES SECOND Tenant
Precedents in Conveyancing, published in 1857. WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF ANY KIND,
THE SECOND EDITION of HUGHES'S VAUGHAN'S, 39, STRAND.
CONCISE PRECEDENTS IN MODERN CON. IN ALL CASES
Catalogue of Guns, &c., sent on receipt of s Stamps. VEYANCING, in 3 vols., containing 490 Precedents, as POSSESSION OF THE HOUSE
LL WHISKY. 1. Conditions of Sale ; 2. Conveyances of Freehold Estates; WILL BE GIVEX
3. Assignments of Leaseholds, Chattels, &c.; 4. Copybold WITHOUT ANY IMMEDIATE OUTLAY IN MONEY
Assurances; 5. Assurances under Fine and Recovery Act This celebrated and most delicious old mellow spirit is the 6. Mixed Assurances ; 7. Agreements for Leases; & Lenses; Excepting Payment of the Law Charges for the Title very
9. Grants of Mines, &c ; 10. Attornments; 11. Marriage Deeds, which in all cases will be restricted to
CREAN OF IRISH WHISKIES,
Articles ; 12. Marriage Settlements: 13. Post-nuptial SettleFive Guineas.
In quality unrivalled, perfectly pure, and more wholesome ments, &c.; 14. Separation Deeds; 15. Equitable Mortgages; than the finest Cognac Brandy. Note the words " Kinahan s
16. Mortgages of Freehold, Leasehold, and Copyhold; 17. BEYOND THIS SMALL SUX
LL." on seal, label, and cork.-Wholesale Depot, 6a, Great Mortsagos of Stock, Shipping, Mixed Mortgages, farther
Charge, Transfers, &c.; 15. Bonds and Warrants of Attor
ney, Notices relating to Mortgages and Annuities; 19. IS REQUIRED BY THE ROCIETY
Releases, Indemnities, and Guarantes; 20. Wills; 1. Par.
tition Derds; 22. Appointments; 23. Trust Deeds; 4. BEYCND THE STIPULATED RENT, WHICH MAY
and Co., of 14, St. Mary Axe, London, E.C., have Partnership Deeds: 25. Composition Deeds; 26, Power of BE PAID EITHER MONTHLY OR QUARTERLY.
just received a consignment of No. 3 MANILLA CIGARS, Attorney and Notice'. THE REXT PAYABLE BY TIIE TEXAST
in excellent condition, in boxes of 500 each. Price 508. per With Practical and Explanatory Notes, Index, &c. Pubbox. Orders to be accompanied by a remittance.
lished price of the three Vols., CI 13.
Reduced to £9 28. Includes Ground Rent and Insurance for
N.B.-Sample boxes of 100, 108. d.
HORACE Cox, 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C. the Whole Term. Although the Number of years for payment of Rent is fixed
Now ready, price 158., at Twelve and a half, A SHORTER PERIOD MAY BE CHOSEN AT AN
A LONGER PERIOD AT A LOWER RENTAL, The Terms of which may be ascertained on application to
DAY BE SUMMED UP AS FOLLOWS:
%. They CANNOT BE TURNED OUT OF POSSES. SION so lou, as they pay their Rent.
4. NO FEES or FINES of any kind are chargeable.
5. They can ieave the House at any time without notice, rent being payable only to the time of giving up possession.
6. II circumstances compel them to leave the House bfore they completion of their Twelve and a half Years Tenancy, they can Sub-let the House for the remainder of the Term, or they can Transfer their right to another Tenant.
7. Finally, NO LIABILITY or RESPONSIBILITY of any kind is incurred. berond the Payment of Rent by those who coure Houses by this New System.
The BIRKRECK BUILDING SOCIETY have on their Last unparal HOUSES, which they are prepared to LET on the TWELVE AND A HALF YEARS SYSTEM, and in many cases Immediate Possession may be obtained.
Tha Terne on which Houses can be placed on this Register may be obtained on application to
FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager,
To Readers and Correspondents.
The deceased Judge was in the prime of his life and the fullness of his powers, which were of an order above the average to be found on the County Court Bench. He was born in Dec. 1823, and consequently was in his 49th year. He was first appointed a County Court Judge in 1861, having been called to the Bar in 1849.
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Tu United Law Clerks Society has proved a great benefit to the most useful of the subordinate members of the legal profession, and the success which has attended its operations has been to a great extent owing to the zcal and energy of its secretary, Mr. HARRY ROGERS, who has been connected with it for some quarter of a century. We are glad to hear that a movement is on foot to present him with a testimonial; and Mr. W. C. Hall, solicitor, of Lincoln's-inn-Fields, has kindly consented to act as treasurer of the fund. The payment of the law officers of the Crown has hitherto been regulated upon an absurd system. As if their usual emoluments were not sufficient, they have been aggravated by every possible device-complimentary briefs, and fees for doing nothing. No possible objection, therefore, can be taken to the Treasury Minute of last December which has just been published, and which gives the law officers fixed salaries in addition to fees for actual personal service. All extraordinary receipts, such as fees paid by attorneys for pro formâ matters, are to be handed over to the Exchequer.
109 KEYP, THE SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY
Railway company and landowner 110
119 CRUIKSTASK v DUFFIN
Vendor and purchaser-Mortgage by
129 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS ANDERSON AND OTHERS. THE PACIFIC FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COM. PAVY Marine Insurance - Misrepresentation of material fact.
130 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY (apps.) RICHARSOX AND Sissox (resp.)Negligence-Common carrier-Bailee ... 131
Lease for lives - Covenant for title......... 134
adventurer to pledge the credit of the
136 COURT FOR DIVORCE AND MATRI.
MONIAL CAUSES. WILSON . WILSON AND HOWELL
Suit for dissolution by the husband ...... 129
Criminal Prosecutions and Public Prosecutors
381 The Legal Immunity of Libellers and Impostors
382 The 'Fatlure of Primary as affecting Subordinate Dispositions
392 Obtaining Possession of a Cheque by
Trickery animo furaadi: When Larceny... 383
394 Rolls Conrt
343 V.C. Bacon's Court
3 V.C. Wirkens' Court Court of Probate
302 SOLICITORS' JOURNAL
Notes of New Decisions
392 Lewes Spring Arsizes Borough Quarter Sessions
393 COMPANY LAW:Notes of New Decisions
333 REAL PROPERTY AND CONVEYANCIXG:Notes of New Decisions
893 MERCANTILE LAWNotes of New Decisions
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393 BANKRUPTCY LAW:Notes of Ne Decisions
394 Liverpool County Court
394 LEGAL NEWS..
395 LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL:General Examination
395 CORRESPONDENCE OF THE PROFESSIOx ... 396 NOTES AND QUERIES ON POINTS OF PRACTICE
396 LAW SOCIETIES:
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396 Articled Clerks' Society
397 Legal Education Association
397 LEGAL OBITUARY
397 THE COURTS AND COURT PAPERS
397 PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS
337 THE GAZETTES
397 BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS 398
LEAVE has been given to bring in a Bill to amend the Municipal Acts with respect to the division of boroughs into wards, and to the increase of the number of aldermen, councillors, and assessors in certain cases; a Bill to amend the law as to the custody of infants; a Bill to amend the practice as to new trials in criminal cases; and a Bill to amend the law relating to the disposition of penalties in certain cases of municipal corporations and other local governing bodies. Another is wanted-namely, a Bill to provide that a relator shall recover the costs of quo warranto proceedings against members of governing bodies in towns not corporate.
It is difficult to understand the grounds upon which Mr. Bass bases his Bill to abolish all legal means of recovering debts exceeding 408. in amount. Why stop at 40s.? Mr. Bass would probably reply that people who get into debt for such a small amount as 408. ought not to be allowed to get into debt at all. The argument must be this or nothing; for it would be absurd to say that tradesmen are not to give small credit, and it would be utterly ridiculous to enact that a person contracting a debt of 41s. should be compellable to pay it back, whilst a person owing 40s. should be exempt. In the year 1870 it appears that in the Gloucester County Court, for example, 2087 plaints out of 3186 were within the scope of Mr. Bass's Bill. We do not for a moment anticipate that the Bill will become law.
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We most heartily welcome the announcement that at length the Government have in view for the vacant County Court Judgeship a gentleman whose appointment will give general satisfaction. This innovation upon the settled system of appointing Judges according to political or personal considerations was unexpected, and the lively pleasure derived by Government from this isolated act of propriety was plainly apparent in the speech of the ATTORNEY-GENERAL. We are impatient to know who is this firstrate man who will accept an office involving great labours with incommensurate pay subject to future arrangements” of an indefinite character.
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Wuust on the subject of County Court Judges, we may point out that re-arrangements as to work are taking place without any consideration of the remuneration of the Judges who are to be affected by them. The Liverpool Daily Post, in an article on the “promotion of lawyers,” dilates upon the admirable work done by the courts in that town. Speaking of the Judges engaged, it says, "they make unexampled and most successful efforts to cope with their enlarged range of duties, but find that work of doubled extent and responsibility, though done with such ability as rarely to provoke the revision of superior tribunals, is unattended with any advance of pay or consideration.” Our contemporary then, alluding to the County Court, expresses a vain hope, that " the greatness and efficiency of this locai tribunal will be recognised in the most conclusive way by a reasonable draught upon the national exchequer.” We have frequently urged increased liberality as a wise measure, but the Government has retrograded in this respect, and it is bardly to be expected that any change for the better will take place under the present administration.
The sudden death of Mr. McTAGGART, who was so recently transferred to the County Court Judgeship of Marylebone is much to be regretted. He was more familiarly known to the Profession as Mr. Ellis
, the series of Reports with which that name is connected having been extensively used for a considerable period.
VOL. LII.-No. 1512.
It is stated that on the recent trial of the Rev. Mr. Esglisil, the question whether a lease for a term exceeding three years from the making, and which under the 8 & 9 Vict. c. 106, is void at law as a lease, can be considered " a valuable security," was reserved by the Lord CHIEF JUSTICE for the Court of Criminal Appeal. Assuming that the indictment is framed under one of the sections of the 24 & 25 Vict. c. 96, other than the 27th, which relates to the stealing or fraudulent destruction or obliteration of “any valuable security other than a document of title to lands," the opinion of the LORD CHIEF JUSTICE that such a document was “a valuable security," seems almost free from doubt, since it is perfectly settled that such an instrument though void at law as a lease amounts in equity to an agreement for a lease, and that specific performance of such an agreement may be decreed : (Laswell v. Parker, 2 De G. & J. 559.) So also it seems clear that such a document is a “ document of title to lands” within the 28th section of the abovenamed Act.
ENGLAND, accountant and money lender, for a sum of £1166, and on the 15th Nor. he caused an execution to be levied upon the goods of the debtor. On the 17th the debtor filed a petition for liquidation by arrangement, whereupon a receiver was appointed. An injunction was granted upon the receiver's application restrain. ing further proceedings by Mr. Saul under his execution, on an undertaking by the receiver to pay damages should the executioncreditor sustain any loss by reason of that injunction; and in consequence of an informality in reference to the meeting of creditors, it became necessary to extend the injunction from time to time until March 1871. At a meeting then held the creditors resolved to accept a composition offered by the debtor, and this court afterwards decided that the execution-creditor was entitled to the proceeds of the sale of the goods seized. The executioncreditor now sought to recover from the receiver the damages and costs consequent upon the injuctions being obtained, including in his claim the extra possession money paid to the sheriff, and a loss which he had sustained by reason of the stoppage of the sale.” The claim of the execution-creditor was upheld, and the receiver declared personally liable for damages and costs.
ATTORNEYS are apt to complain, and justly, that the accountants trespass upon business hitherio transacted by lawyers. We believe the accountants are themselves anxious to avoid collision, and they have formed a society, called “The Society of Accountants in England," the objects of which are declared to be “to promote the acquisition of those branches of knowledge which are essential to the practice of an accountant; to decide upon questions of professional usage or courtesy; and generally to advance the position and interests of the members of the profession.” We observe that candidates for admission as members will be required to pass an examination in mercantile and bankruptcy law, the duties of auditors, liquidators, trustees, and receivers, and the working of liquidations and bankruptcies. If the society is properly governed, the possession of this knowledge by accountants ought not to militate against the interests of the legal profession. The lawyer and the accountant each has his sphere, and when either invades the other there must be confusion and loss.
A BELGIAy publication in an article on "Le Procès TICHIBORNE," takes rather an original view of the liability of the ATTORNEYGENERAL. It remarks: “Le noud du litige résidait dans la question du tatouage. Le sergent Ballantine ignorait que TichBORNE fût tatoué, par la très-bonne raison que son client l'ignorait lui-même: On ne pent pas tout savoir. Mais l'homme qui connaissait ce détail décisif et qui l'avait mis en réserve pour assurer le gain de son procès, c'était précisément M. l'ATTORNEY-GENERAL. N'avait-il pas déclaré, d'ailleurs, et dès le premier jour, que le prétendant était un misérable, un faussaire et un imposteur? Il le disait, parcequ'il en avait la preuve. Il s'est vanté depuis, de Tavoir dissimulée avec soin jusqu'au bon moment. Et c'est luimême qui, se fondant sur ce fait essentiel, va maintenant poursuivre le client de M. BALLANTINE, au nom de la Couronne et de l'ordre public!" On this state of things our contemporary concludes that the ATTORNEY-GENERAL ought to be liable to the TICHBORNE family, upon the analogy of the Alabama affair, to the extent of “ quelques millions pour le dommage qu'il lui a causé en plaidant contre un individu qu'il savait être un imposteur, et qu'il avait le moyen de traduire en police correctionnelle et de faire condamner sur les bancs."
There is a difficulty with the ballot which ought in some manner to be provided for. As the law is, a bet invalidates the vote. If A. bets B., a voter, £5 that C. will not be returned, and B. votes for C., it will be presumed that his vote was influenced by the hope of winning the £5, and on a scrutiny it would be struck off the poll. But this will be impracticable with the ballot, because it cannot be proved for whom B. voted, and consequently from whose poll he is to be disallowed. The facility thus given to bribery by betting will be enormous. Of course if A. were to make many such bets with many electors, the transaction would be so conspicuous that the election judge would not hesitate to declare him to be guilty of corrupt practices, and direct a prosecution; or if he was an agent of the sitting member, it would avoid the election. But although wholesale betting by one man with many electors might be declared to be a corrupt practice on his part, and subject him to prosecution, it would in no way affect the election itself, which could not be avoided unless the better was proved to be an agent, and any difficulty thence arising might be removed by a great number of different persons making each one a separate bet. If, for instance, there were a hundred buyable electors in a borough, and it was desired to buy them with safety and certainty, what more easy than for one hundred persons, non-clectors, to make bets with those one hundred electors of £5 to 5s., that B. would noć be returned? By securing B.'s return, cach of the electors who made the bet would win £5, which would be a sufficient inducement to them to vote for B., and that rote being secret, it could not be removed, on a scrutiny, from B.'s poll if so elected. The only check that can be imposed on this easy form of bribery will be to declare all betting by an elector on the result of the election a corrupt practice punishable by indictment as a misdemeanor. This might deter some, but with almost perfect safety such as the ballot gives to bribery, it would probably be of little efficacy, inasmuch as the bet itself would be a private transaction between the parties and very difficult of proof. The peculiar danger of this form of bribery is that it makes the bribe dependent on the result, and thus avoids the difficulty that is supposed to be an obstacle to bribery in other forms, the impossibility of securing the vote for which the bribe has been given.
The case of McCreight v. Foster (2:3 L. T. Rep. N. S. 2:24), on which we offered some observations (Law Times, vol. xlix, p. 141), has been affirmed, nom. Shaw (Official Liquidator) v. Foster and others, by the House of Lords on the 14th inst, the Peers present were Lords HATHERLEY, CHELMSFORD, WESTBURY, Cairns, and O'Hagas. Our readers will remember that in McCreight v. Foster there was an attempt to render a vendor of leaseholds liable to a person to whom the purchaser had assigned the benefit of the contract, for completing his contract with the original purchaser, on the ground of the vendor having disregarded a notice of the assignment. Lord HATUERLEY, as Chancellor, had reversed the decision of Lord ROMILLY on two grounds, a higher and a lower, the higher being that a vendor is not a trustee within the doctrine of Dearle v. Hall and Loveridge v. Cooper (3 Russ. 1); the lower that the original purchaser had, as the evidence showed, only agreed to make the assignment “ on request,” that there was no evidence that such request had been made, and that if made, there was no evidence that the vendor had notice of it. The lower ground being amply sufficient to support the defendant's case, the House of Lords decided in his favour accordingly. We hope shortly to present a full report of this important decision, and reserve for the present any further comments.
We are very sorry to see that the suggestion to divide the County Court district of Marylebone is not to be adopted. The work of the Marylebone and Brompton Courts is far too heavy for a single Judge. No less than four Judges have been appointed since 1862. Mr. ADOLPHUS, Sir E. Wilmot, Mr. ROBERTSON BLAINE, and Mr. Ellis M'TAGGART. The general opinion was that Mr. ADOLPHUS was killed by overwork ; Sir EARDLEY WILMOT was obliged to retire owing to ill-health, beyond a doubt induced by excessive labour; and Mr. Blaine, in ill-health when appointed, collapsed in a month; and we are informed that Mr. M'Taggart found the work very severe, although he conscientiously increased the number of days on which he sat. Four times the inhabitants of Marylebone and the practitioners in the Court have petitioned successive Lord Chancellors for a division of the district, but without result. Why is this? A very experienced correspondent gives
“ The LORD CHANCELLOR” he says, “ leaves the administration of the courts entirely to the Treasury, and the officials there only think of saving money and not of the efficiency and character or status of the courts. The Judges can never get redress, and scarcely a civil reply to their suggestions. We want a Department of Justice wherein these matters can be managed with dignity and propriety. The Lord CHANCELLOR has a great deal too much to do; he is Chief Judge in Equity, a political chief, member of the Cabinet, Appellate Judge in the House of Lords and in the Court of Chancery. Speaker of the House of Lords, dispenser of immense clerical and lay patronage, and necessarily an attendant on Royalty and the Court. What is required is a separation of the
On Wednesday a novel case under the Bankruptcy Act came before Mr. Registrar MURRAY, sitting as Chief Judge, being an application by an execution-creditor against a receiver for payment of damages sustained by reason of the sale being restrained by injunction. The facts are thus reported: “On Nov.9, 1870, Mr. Saul recovered a judgment against the debtor, Philip NEWBERY