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the alleged loss or injury might not have arisen miscellaneous assortment of drapery goods, a por- there was a contract, the breach was at Skipton, after their delivery of the goods. In giving judg. tion of which, to meet the order of the consignee, because it was there that the waste ought to have ment, Bramwell, B. said: “It is difficult to say, as were cut into various minor lengths, thereby re- been delivered, and it was there the defendants a matter of law, that seven days or three days are a ducing them to the condition of remnants, which, refused to deliver it. The question whether there reasonable time. It is enough to say that in this in the hands of the wholesale dealer, would have was a contract, and, if so, where it was made, case it did not appear that the conditions were un- to be sold at a reduced price. The price of the whether at Colne or at Skipton, depends upon the reasonable or upjust. In the case of Gregory v. goods to have been paid by the consignee was, in effect of the two letters before set out, and what West Midland Railway Company (23 L. T. 155, round numbers, £13. It was stated by one of was done upon them. The first letter, from the Ex.) the question of the reasonableness of a special | the plaintiffs, by way of rough estimate, that the defendants to the plaintiff, was merely an offer, condition of carriage was fully discussed. In the loss on the re-sale of the goods would be about and no contract unless accepted. The reply from course of the argument of the case, Baron Martin one-half the invoice price. I have examined the the plaintiff to the defendants, though in terms said a reasonable condition may be applied to a list of the goods, noticing those which had been professing to be an acceptance, was not so, state of things which n.akes it unreasonable, and reduced to the condition of remnants, and I think because it proposed a new and very material Baron Bramwell-Whether the particular contract the witness (which was caused no doubt by his term, namely, to pay the same price for all the is or is not reasonable must depend upon the cir- not having the list before him at the moment), put waste and sweeps from the date 27th June to the cumstances of each particular case. In the course that difference of value rather high. Taking the end of December. In law that letter was a of the argument, the cases of Thomas v. The Lan- whole case into consideration, and in the light of rejection of the defendant's offer, and the proposal cashire Railway Company, and Peck v. The North the authorities to which I have referred, I am of of a new offer, which required the defendant's Staffordshire Railway Company, which latter case opinion that the plaintiffs are entitled to recover acceptance to make it a contract, I am of opinion had been taken to the House of Lords, were re- £4 10s. for the detention, and £1, which was that the defendants did, by their conduct, accept it, ferred to as conclusive of the question that the stated was the expense of sending their traveller but that acceptance was at Skipton, and the conjustice or reasonablenes of such a condition was to to Rhyl to make inquiries, and which they are en. tract was to be performed there. I am of opinion, be determined by the judge, who ought to be guided titled to have refunded to them: (Adams v. Midland | therefore, that the objection must prevail, but I by the evidence in giving his decision. Guided by Railway Company, 31 L. T. Rep. O. S. 35, Ex.) As could not find that the merits were with the defen. these authorities, and in the face of the fact that to the fourth point urged on behalf of the com. dants, and as the effect will merely be to transfer the plaintiffs preferred their claim as soon as pany, I am of opinion that there was 10 wrongful the scene of the litigation from this place to they became aware of the non-delivery of the goods, conversion of the goods on their part. My judg. Skipton, I shall dismiss the summons without I can feel nohesitation in saying that the condition ment, therefore, will be that the plaintiffs recover costs. in question, under the circumstances of this case, £5 10s. damages, with costs, and that the defencannot be held to be either just or reasonable. dants redeliver to them the truss of goods in But beyond this I think it admits of serious question, free of all charges, at their place of

BANKRUPTCY LAW. question whether the railway company were not business in Chester. bound to inform the plaintiffs that they did not deliver goods beyond half a mile from their sta

NOTES OF NEW DECISIONS. tion at Rhyl. The residence of the consignee was


BANKRUPTCY-BILL OF EXCHANGE-JUDGin the town of Rhyl, and within a very reasonable

Feb. 29 and April 11.

MENT BY DEFAULT-PROOF.- A creditor had re. distance of the station, and the plaintiffs might

covered jndgment by default in an action upon well calculate on the goods being delivered at his

(Before W. T. S. DANIEL, Q.C., Judge.) certain bills of exchange, and, the acceptor har. premises. It is also open to argument whether


ing subsequently become bankrupt, he sought to merely dropping a notice into the post-office fully Jurisdiction-Cause of action where arising-Ac- prove for the amount of his judgment against the meets all that is to be reasonably required of the ceptance of an offer accompanied with a new and bankrupt's estate. Held, that the trustee ander company when they seek to avail themselves of material term, in law a rejection of the offer, the bankruptcy could dispute the debt notwiththe condition that delivery shall be considered and the proposal a new offer requiring accept standing the judgment, and the proof was accor. complete when a notice of the arrival of goods ance by the other party, and the contract is made dingly disallowed : (Ex parte Chatteris ; Re The shall have been sent to the consignee. Unques. when and where it is so accepted.

Earl of Orkney, 26 L. T. Rep. N. S. 174. Chan.) tionably the thing contemplated is the delivery of Newell (Burnley), for plaintiff.

BANKRUPTCY ACT 1869, S. 6, CL. 5, AND s. 77 the notice to the consignee, and however a sending H. D. Robinson (Skipton), for defendants.

-EXECUTION FOR OVER £50 BY SEIZURE ONLT a notice by post may in general be a good service HIS HONOUR. This action was brought to -INJUNCTION ABSOLUTE.-If an execution for of the notice, and may raise a presumption of its recover the sum of £16 58. damages for breach over £50 be levied upon the goods of a trader having been delivered, it may be questioned whe- of contract. At the hearing an objection was

debtor by seizure only before notice of the filing ther, in a case like the present, the presumption taken on behalf of the defendant, that no part of a petition for liquidation by the debtor, the of such delivery may not be rebutted, as in point of the cause of action arose within the juris- trustee is entitled, under sect. 87 of the Bankof fact it was in this case, and thus cause so diction of this court—that the contract and the ruptcy Act 1869, to the goods seized in preference highly penal a condition to fail. As to the third breach, as alleged by the plaintiff, were made to the execution creditor. An injunction absolute, point-I am of opinion the plaintiffs are entitled to and committed at Skipton, within the juris- therefore, which was granted to the trustee to substantial damages. For this there is abundant diction of another court on this circuit. I heard restrain a sale by the sheriff, was sustained on authority, and perhaps none greater than is to be the case upon the merits in order to see whether appeal : (Ex parte Rayner and another, Re J. arid found in the case of Simons v. South Lancashire I could properly dispose of it adversely to the T. Johnson, 26 L. T. Rep. N. S. 205. Bank.) Railway Company (7 Jur. 849), in which Baron | plaintiff, without deciding upon the objection Martin, at Nisi Prius, told' the jury (the as to jurisdiction. I find I cannot do 80; action being for delay in the delivery of the and the question of jurisdiction must therefore

HALIFAX BANKRUPTCY COURT. goods), that with respect to damages they should be disposed of. The facts are these : the plain.

April 11, 1872. assess the difference between the price at which tiff is a waste dealer residing and carrying on (Before Mr. Registrar RANKIN, sitting for the the goods had been sold under the alleged con- business at Colne; the defendants are cotton

Judge.) tract, and the price at which they might have been manufacturers carrying on business in partsold at a forced sale within a reasonable time after nership together at Skipton. On the 24th June

VERITY V. THOMPSON, their arrival. He also directed the jury (which is 1871, the plaintiff being at Skipton, proposed

Debtor's summons-Practice- Abuse of process. very important) that they might take into account to one of the defendants to purchase the waste Jubb for summoned debtor, applied to the cont the disappointment to the plaintiff, and might at their mill

, and it was arranged that after for dismissal of summons on the ground that the give substantial damages, that being the only consulting his other partner, he would write debtor was not indebted, or that he was not ir. mode of compelling people to perform their con- to the plaintiff. Accordingly, the defendants by debted to such amount as would justify the credi. tracts. The jury found there had been a contract letter, dated the 25th Juno, 1871, wrote to the tor in presenting a bankruptcy petition against and gave £100 damages, £50 of that&mount being plaintiff as follows :-"We beg to say that him. The application was founded on the usual for loss of the contract. Upon the motion for a you can have our waste and waste ends at affidavit to that effect. new trial on the gronnd of inisdirection, the court 2 d. per lb., and the sweeps at 14s. per pack. If Leeming for creditor appeared in support of the held that there had been no misdirection by the you consider to give that price for them you learned judge, but being of opinion that the con. must send off some bags at once. Yours, &c.- The evidence of both parties was taken, and tract was not proved within the requirements of JOSEPH SMITH & Sons.” To this letter the accounts and letters were put in, from which it the Statute of Frauds, they directed that the plaintiff sent from Colne the following reply : appeared that the accounts were disputed, and damages should be reduced by £60, the amount * Messrs. Smith and Sons, Skipton.-Yours is each party claimed a balance due to him. The case at which the loss of the contract had been assessed. duly to hand this evening, and in answer I beg on the merits resolved itself into the question The reporter of this case fell into an error in his to say that I accept of your waste, waste ends, whether in the creditor's particulars of demanda merginal note, which is made to state that no and sweeps, at tho price you name, to the end of payment made by him to the debtor had or had damages could be recovered for the loss of con- Dec., namely waste and waste ends, at 2 d. per not been entered twice. If so, the debtor's debt tract. The decision of the court was undoubtedly, lb.. sweeps 14s. per pack. P.S. Also will send you would be reduced to nil. The Registrar was of as I have stated, as may be seen from the details some bags on in the course of a day or two.” The this opinion. of the report. This is shown conclusively from defendants denied the receipt of this letter, but I The REGISTRAR.-I have made up my mind ca the case of Borries and others v. Hutchinson (34 am satisfied, upon the evidence, that they did the evidence before me that the creditor has not L. J. 169, C. P.), which was subsequently decided, receive it. In a day or two the plaintiff sent the succeeded in proving that there is anything dhe in which a similar question was raised, and in defendants as promised some bags for the waste to him from the debtor. On the contrary, it which it was held that the plaintiff was entitled and sweeps. These were filled as the waste appears to me that there is a small balance the to recover loss of profit on a subsisting contract was made, and delivered by the defendants at other way. I must be allowed, however, to add a of sale, and also costs of increased freight and in the railway station at Skipton, consigned to the remark that this case ought never to have been surance, because of delay in delivery. The same plaintiff at Colne, in two lots, the latter end of tried on a debtor's summons. Where there is a principle of law is recognised in Hart

v. Baxendale Aug. 1871. These consignments were followed by bona fide dispute as to the amount of a debt, and, (16 L. T. Rep. N. S. 390, Ex.), when Baron Martin invoices charging the prices named in the letters, as in the present instance, there is no imputation lays it down that damages can be recovered for no and these invoices were duly paid by the plaintiff of present or prospective insolvency of the debtor; sale owing to delay in conveying when there has He also paid for the carriage and railway charges I am of opinion that an action at cominon la v is been a contract to buy at a fixed price. A number for delivery. In August the defendants refused the proper mode of proceeding. The intention of of cases were cited on behalf of the company on to deliver the plaintiff any more waste or sweeps, the Bankruptcy Act of 1869 (sect. 6, sub-sect. 6) this point, which are all clearly distinguishable which had then risen in price, and continned was obviously to create a simple method of proving from the present case, and to which I need not to rise up to the end of December. The defen- an act of bankruptcy where a man is unable to overload this judgment by referring. The plaintiff's dants denied any contract to sell more than they pay his debts. Sect. 7 evidently looks open it 28 being entitled to substantial damages, it remains had delivered ; they denied any contract to sell at process preliminary to bankruptcy, and I cannot for me to determine what shall be their amount. the prices named up to the end of December, but but look upon it as an abuse of the powers given I have to consider

not only that the plaintiff's have objected that, if there were such a contract, it by those sections, in cases where bankrupter is lost the sale of their goods, but that they have was made at Skipton and broken at Skipton, and not contemplated, to issue a debtor's summons been thrown upon their hands in a deteriorated no part of the cause of action arose within the instead of an ordinary writ at common law. condition, arising from the fact that they were a jurisdiction of this court. There is no doubt, if

Summons dismissed with costs.



it is to be hoped still further advances in the course

130. LOST LEASE.-A lease and release made in 1811 commenced will be made. There is also a point to

form the root of a title. The latter recites the former

Is this a

in usual manner, but the lease itself is lost. In consequence of the death of Mr. Malcolm, which I should like, through your columns, to call good cause for refusing to complete an agreement to second master of the Crown Office, Mr. Winning, the attention of the Profession, and that is, that purchase made without notice of the loss ? who has for a great many years been in the Crown whilst the different Inns of Court have made

GEORGIUS. Office, has been appointed to the vacant post by arrangements for those who understand nothing the Lord Chief Justice.

of law, they offer no facilities to those who are well 131. INCOME TAX.-A mortgagee in possession, in Ar Monday's hearing of the Galway election versed therein ; and as their attention has been accounting for rents with the mortgagor, refuses to

allow income tax upon the interest paid. Will any of potition, two men were brought up for contempt called to this repeatedly, I think the time has come

your correspondents kindly say whether an action for of court, in abusing or assaulting witnesses. The when attorneys and solicitors should advocate

the amount can be maintained, or if proceedings should decision was postponed. The agents of Captain (although I was strongly opposed to this until be taken by the oper authorities to recover the Trench testified that they had served the usual | lately) an amalgamation of the two branches of penalty under the statute ? Please cite authorities. notice for treating and undne influence on the the Profession, in order that talent may have equal The former course, if practicable, is preferred. G. S. day of the election, on all Captain Nolan's sup. opportunities, and not find itself in the scale of porters. The notices were thrown away; and, in


G. 132. REXEWING CERTIFICATE.-Can a solicitor who one case, a priest told the people to light their

discontinued his certificate last Christmas with the fires with them.

THE PROFESSION.-A strong argument in favour intention of entering a commercial undertaking, but

which has been broken off, renew his certificate on A NUMEROUSLY attended meeting took place on of the fusion of the two branches of the Profession payment of his annual certificate duty without under: Monday evening at the rooms of the Law Amend. is to be found in the prevalent practice of appoint. going the present examinations and if so what length ment Society in the Adelphi to discuss a paper ing counsel to act as departmental solicitors for of time is there remaining for that purpose ? Is it

A. Z. read by Mr. Joseph Brown, Q. C., on the Bill to the Treasury and other Government offices. Both under statute or how otherwise? amend the Law of Evidence. The Hon. George the gentlemen holding the position of solicitors for Denman, Q. C., M.P., presided Among those pre- the Treasury are distinguished members of the 133. REAL ESTATE-CONVERSION.- A. B. C. and D., sent were Mr. Pim, M.P., whose name is on the Bar, and no one would question the fitness of by indentures of lease and re-lease in 1840, conveyed back of the Bill, Mr. J. Pitt Taylor, Mr. Douglas either. These appointments are, however, ob.

certain freehold hereditaments and the equity of Brown, Q.C., Mr. Milward, QC, Mr. Webster, jectionable while the line of demarcation from redemption in certain freehold, and copshola heredi

immediately, or at Q.C., Mr. Charles Clark, Dr. Waddilove, Dr. Ryall. above is jealously guarded by statute, by etiquette, any time afterwards, and with liberty to wait such Mr. Finch, Mr. Pitt Taylor (who criticised the and by the monopoly of admission held by the length of time as he shall think fit to sell the same, drafting of the bill severely), and the chairman, higher grade. In the Tichborne case six practis. and out of the proceeds to pay off a mort za ze raised addressed the meeting in favour of its provisions ing members of the Bar are retained by the

on a portion of the premises by a former owner, generally. On the motion Dr. Waddilove the permanent solicitors of the Treasury, themselves

and also any other debts of the latter, and subject discussion was adjourned for a fortnight.

thereto to pay the income to D. during her life, and perfectly competent to perform the work which

after her death to divide the corpus between A. B. The Home Secretary has appointed Mr. Charles they specially pay others to do for them. In all and C. as tenants in common. And in the mean time, S. Whitmore, Q.C., County.court Judge and Re- this phalanx of talent there is not one member of until the premises should be sold, the rents and profits corder of Gloucester, and Mr. John R. Maule, the lower branches of the Profession, and the

were to be held and applied in the same manner as the Q.C., Recorder of Leeds, Commissoners to inquire surprize is that this influential body have so long after the excution of this deed B and C. assigned their

income of the money to arise by sale. Two months into the charges made against the magistrates of permitted the infringement of professional boun. shares under it to A., and shortly afterwards D., the Bolton, as to their conduct at the time of the late daries involved in barrister instructing life tenant, died, whereupon A. became equitably riot on the occasion of Sir Charles Dilke's lecture another. If this practice is permissible and found en to the whole property subject as aforesaid. E., on Registration and Representation.” The to be advantageous in Government work, why the trustee, who never sold or acted under the trust sittings will commence on the 30th inst.

deed, has since died intestate and unmarried. A, died should not the instruction of one solicitor by in 1834 intestate, whereupon his two brothers entered another be equally allowable, and turn out to be into possession of the property, one as heir-at-law of

as useful, in ordinary cases. In fact the line the freeholds, and the other as customary heir of the CORRESPONDENCE OF THE of demarcation is already broken down, and prac- copyholds. They are desirous now of ruising a further PROFESSION, tically no longer exists, except for the benefit mortgage on the property, in addition to the first

The of the superior order; and it is high time that it mentioned mortgage which is still kept alive. should cease to be a barrier to the legitimate operate as a conversion of the property into personalty ?

following questions arise : First, did the trust-deed Nore... This Department of the Law Times being open to advancement of members of the lower branch. Secondly, on A.'s death in 1834 did the property pass free topics, the is responsible for any opinions or statements contained in it The removal of an artificial fence could not alter

as real estate or as personal estate ? Thuruly, is it the nature of things, as each member of either necessary to obtain a conveyance from the heir-at-law THE TICHBORNE CASE.-By 22 & 23 Vict. c. 17 branch would, by the principle of natural selec. of the trustee ? If so, would it be necessary for the The Vexatious Indictments Act) s. 1, it is enacted tion gravitate towards, and

settle in, that specialité customary heir of the trustee (who would not be the that no bill of indictment for (inter alia) perjury best suited for his disposition or capacity. Its

same person as his heir-at-law) to join in the conveyance shall be presented to or found by any grand jury existence does not, as we see, prevent trespass or

in order to convey the equitable estate in the copyholds?

A SUBSCRIBER'S CLERK. unless the prosecutor has been bound by recog. guard against poaching incursions, and not being nisance to prosecute, or unless the accused has effectual, it had better go the way of other been committed, &c., to appear to answer to an exploded fictions. I am one of those who could

LEGAL EXTRACTS. indictment to be preferred against him for such never see why practical experience in the lower offence, or unless such indictment (for perjury) be branch should not be as good as any other mode of PROSPECTS OF THE BAR AS AFFECTED preferred by the direction of any judge, &c., autho- preparation for the higher. A SOLICITOR. rised by the 14 & 15 Vict. c. 100, to direct a prose

BY RECENT LEGISLATION. cution for perjury. By the last named statute,

(From The Irish Law Times.) sect. 19, a judge may direct any person to be pro. NOTES AND QUERIES ON

WE regard it as tolerably certain that the position secuted' for perjury, if such person “shall appear

and prospects of the Bar of Ireland will be to have been guiity of perjury in any evidence

POINTS OF PRACTICE. materially affected by the course of legislation given before him." One of the indictments, as

which is now in progress. It is often hastily reported in the papers, is in respect of an alleged NOTICE: We must remind our correspondents that this assumed that the effects of modern legislation

is not false affidavit made by the prisoner in the Court such as a solicitor should be consulted upon. Queries will

are simply injurious to the interests of the Bar, of Chancery, and, loooking at the above enact

be excluded wbich go beyond our limits.

considered as distinct from those of the general ments, I cannot see by what legal authority that

N.B.- None are inserted unless the name and address of the public. There is no doubt that the large profits

writers are sent, not necessarily for publication, but as a bill was presented to the grand jury. If a mistake guarantee for bona fides.

of the lawyers of the last generation were the has been made it ought to be immediately rectified.

results of a system which enriched them at the

Queries. With regard to the “ Attorney-General” influence

expense of the general public. No sensible brought to bear on this case, I cannot understand 127. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT 1869.-- By section 29 it is member of the community objects to lawyers rewhy the learned gentleman's colleagues have been of the committee of inspection, employ a solicitor, &c.,

enacted that “ A trustee shall not, without the consent ceiving substantial remuneration for necessary persuaded to distinguish this from any other case, and by rule 4 of the Rules and Orders of 1981 is work, actually performed: Under the old system where, by alleged perjury, A. attempts to rob B., required that the taxing officer shall satisfy himself money was often earned (if we may so apply the whether of a ten pound note or an estate, parti. that the employment of a solicitor has been duly term) by the performance of unnecessary and uncularly when it is remembered that cases such as

authorised by such section. And by rule 116 of the meaning work, and in the observance of cumbrous the Overend Gurney, and many others involving Rules and Orders of 1870 it is directed that the and useless forms. It appears to us that the general commercial credit and greater crimes than &c., in attending court to make application unless hé

trustee sha'l not be allowed any charges for a solicitor,

tendency of modern legislation is to substitute for the Tichborne case does, were pooh-poohed by the has obtained the sanction in writing of the committee

this unreal and mischievous system a more healthy Government as not requiring any extra State inter- of inspection," &c. Query: Whether a solicitor, who

one, under which barristers will work under con. ference. As to bail, it must be conceded that the was verbally appointed by the requisite number of the ditions somewhat different indeed, but not altoquestion of forgery entirely depends on the ques.

committe of inspection, would be duly employed for all gether unfavourable. tion of perjury. The latter must be tried first, and general purposes other than for attending court to

We are at present in a period of transition from an acqnittal gets rid of the other, and moreover

make application, and, if so, what proof should be given
to the taxing officer of the employment of the solicitor

the old system of bloated legal armaments to the it must be borne in mind that none but legal ad. having been duly authorized.


new regime, and it is difficult exactly to realise visers are allowed to see the claimant in Newgate,

our position. The Chancery Regulation Act of and to meet the prosecution fairly many persons

1850 diminished the expense of Chancery suits,

128. GARNISHEE.-Can a garnishee order under Com. ought to have access to him. Altogether, and mon Law Procedure Act 1854 (8. 61), be made against a

and consequently the profits of lawyers, which acting on the maxim that everybody is presumed bauker of the judgment debtor, who has funds of the

have been still iurther and vastly diminished hy to be innocent until found guilty, I think the man latter in his possession, on which he has no lien ? The the abolition of the Master's Office. The insti. has been harshly and tyrannically dealt by, and

Act gives the power to attach all debts; and Foley v. tution of the Incumbered Estates' Court in 1819, therefore have sent to Mr. Streeten a guinea in

Hill (2 H. L. Cas. 28) and other cases, have decided

and its perpetuation in 1859, under the title of

that the relation between a banker and his customer is aid of the defence.

the ordinary relation of debtor and creditor. But on

Landed Estates Court, had the double effect of ANOTHER OLD ATTORNEY. the other hand Seymour v. Corporation oj Brecon (29 L. J. simplifying conveyancing, and diminishing the

213, Ex.) seems to throw some doubt on the power to number of Chancery suits. Incumbrancers' suits SIR ROUNDELL PALMER'S RESOLUTIONS. attach money in a banker's hands. The latter case is for the sale of estates and judicial sales were

brief and somewhat vague; the bead-note being : Continuing the subject of my letter to you in your

transferred to a court where it is possible for projournal of the 16th ult., I am not aware whether

"Quæcre, whether money in the hands of judgment ceedings to be transacted from the commence

debtors' bankers merely as such is liable to an attachSir Roundell Palmer intends bringing this matter

ment?" Cases settlivg this point will oblige.

ment to the close without the assistance of again before the House of Commons next session,


counsel. Thus it has come about that the earnings or whether the legal societies intend continuing

of the Chancery Bar are probably about one tithe their efforts until they shall have reaped the de. 129. FRENCH CODES.- Are all or any of the French of what they were before 1850, while the number of sired harvest; but the resolutions having already Codes promulgated by Napoleon I. (viz., Les Codes practising barristers has increased. proved of benefit to the public in compelling the Napoleon, de Procedure Civile; de Commerce; d'Instruc

As to the Common Law Bar, a vast deal of tion Criminelle ; et le Code pénal) still in force in merely formal business was cut off by the

Common Inns of Court to wake up from the lethargy they France ? If so, have they been much modified since were in, and move in the direction of improvemrnt, their enactment?


Law Procedure Act of 1853 ; and the Sham Actions


Act of 1870 has considerably reduced the lists for Jaques opposed. After a spirited discussion it Clerks' Society; the benefits arising from this each after sittings.

was decided, by a majority of three, that A. has a union will be manifold, especially in producing In short, whether we regard Common Law busi. remedy by action at law.

united action by articled clerks on all subjects ness, Chancery business, or conveyancing, it is

affecting their interests. The books admitted plain that the Bar cannot maintain its position,

into the library during the session are Stephen's unless by some modification of the system, or a


Commentaries (4 vols.), Austin's Province of great reduction of the numbers of its members. The annual general meeting and dinner of this Jurisprudence Determined (2 vols.), Williams So much for the gloomy side of the question, but society was held at the Royal Station Hotel, Hull, on on the Law of Personal Property ; Hallilay's side by side with the reforms which despoil the Tuesday evening April 2. In the absence of W.T. Digest of Final Examination Questions (2 Bar, other reforms have been in progress which Reed, Esq. (the president of the Hull Law Society), copies), and the Law TIMES and Reports weekly. tend to create a healthy and necessary class of who had been announced to take the chair, but the books have met with a good circula. business, which may, under different conditions, was prevented from doing so by indisposition, tion, but the committee would recommend supply to some extent the place of the fictitious J. D. Sibree, Esq., solicitor, was called to the that the members should avail themselves and unreal system which enriched the Bar, chair. The secretary read letters from $. Warren, of this branch of the society to a greater while it impoverished the country. The County Esq., Q.C., the Recorder, the patron of the society, extent. Several subjects of importance, such as Courts are destined to take a place in the future the president, and Dr, A. K. Rollit, expressiаg the question of legal education, law lectures and judicial arrangements of this country, which few regret at their unavoidablo absence and wishing prizos, and other matters, have engaged the serious realise at present. Business will be there trans the society every success.

attention of the committee during the past session; acted of a kind requiring the services of ccunsel After the cloth had been withdrawn, the chair- their further consideration, however, they beg to The consolidation of Civil Bill Jurisdictions must man proposed the “Loyal Toasts," which were leave in the hands of their successors. In con. follow from the removal of the chairmen from the enthusiastically received.

clusion, whilst the committee have much satis. ranks of the practising Bar, which is demanded by Mr. A. Wray proposed “The Lord Chancellor, faction in presenting to you so favourable a report, public opinion. The reforms which have been sug. Her Majesty's Judges, and the Legal Profession, and in congratulating the members on the un. gested by the Judicature Commission must sooner which was responded to by the chairman.

usually interesting and spirited debates which have or later be established here as well as in England. The Chairman in proposing "Success to the characterised the meetings of the past session, they The Land Act has scarcely come into operation, Hull Law Students' Society,' said, that for the feel bound to urge the members of the society to å and ye: it has already given a good deal of em.

years he had been in the Profession he felt himself more diligent attendance at its meetings, and to ployment to counsel, and if local sessions Bars almost an old practitioner, and very much of the provide subjects for the committee's consideration were regularly organised, it is certain that counsel success which he had enjoyed during the time he | in greater numbers, as it is only by each member would be employed in almost every case. A more had had the honour to be a member of the Pro. using his utmost endeavours that the proceedings liberal scale of fees, both for counsel and for fession, he attributed and was due in no small of the society can be brought to a successful attorneys, we may remark in passing, is a measure degree to this society, with which he had been con- issue. of reform for which we need not wait until the nected so many years. Whilst an ordinary mem- On the motion of Mr. J. Cook, seconded by Mr. recommendations of the Judicature Commission ber of the society, he had hardly ever missed a Spurr, the report was unanimously adopted. become law. It has been demanded by the unani debate, and must say he had never regretted The treasurer then laid before the meeting the mous voice of both branches of the Profession, having attended its meetings so assiduously, balance sheet, which, on the motion of Mr. G. P. and we publish this week a communication upon

as he found the result very beneficial, and an Spink, seconded by Mr. Jackson, was agreed to. the subject. In addition, the class of casos reincentive to study and reading. He would ad.

Mr. J. 0. Jacobs moved, and Mr. Hall seconded mitted from the Superior Courts, and (more im. vise all present who intended to follow the proportant still), the proceedings upon bills of fession to attend the meetings of the society that the success of the past session was almost

a vote of thanks to the retiring officers, observing exchange, and contracts of various kinds, which as punctually as possible. He was glad to see so

entirely due to the unwearied efforts of their but for the Act of 1870 would have been instituted large a number of gentlemen present, and also to

secretary and committee. Mr. Woodhouse rein the Superior Courts, are all of them likely to learn that the numbers of the society had been so afford employment to counsel. The class of increased during the past session. He cordially sponded as secretary, and Mr. Glover on behalf

of the committee. cases in which their services will be called into approved of the plan that the committee had

Mr. T. Pearce proposed the "Hull Law Society," requisition will be largely increased when the adopted of having an experienced member of the

to which the Chairman responded. Civil Bill Courts are invested with jurisdiction Profession to preside over each meeting of the

Mr. Spink moved, and Mr. Wrny seconded, a in questions of title. Then the equity society, and congratulated them on the success

vote of thanks to the Chairman of the session. jurisdiction which is about to be conferred that had attended that procedure. In conclusion upon the civil bill courts will give rise to a class he heartily wished success and prosperity to the

Mr. Jacobs proposed the “ President," which of cases in which the services of counsel will be | Hull Law Students' Society.

was received with musical honours, and responded required. We have already observed that the Mr. J. T. Woodhouse (the Hon. Sec.) responded to by the Vice-Chairman. effect of this measure (in our opinion) will be to on behalf of the society. After thanking the The officers for the year ensuing were balloted develop a new class of business, and not to take an chairman for the kind wishes he had expressed for, and resulted as follows: President: H. Cook, appreciable amount of business from the Superior towards them, he said that they had just brought Esq. ; Secretary and Treasurer, Mr. J. T. WoodCourts.

to a close the most successful session the society house; Hon. Auditor, J. D. Sibree, Esq.: Com. All these reforms tend towards the creation had ever witnessed. As the report he was about mittee, Messrs. Wray, Spink, Jacobs, and Pearce. of local sessions Bars, which would necessarily to read would show the society had had in no follow from the consolidation of County Court | preceding session so many members, so many

ASSOCIATION. jurisdictions, and more frequent sessions. Thus meetings, such an average attendance, or sucả THE MANCHESTER INCORPORATED LAT an opening would be afforded for junior barristers good and interesting debates, and ho trusted the The annual dinner in connection with the Manwhich does not exist at present. Large fortunes prosperity of the society would continue to in. chester Incorporated Law Association was held on would not, of course, be made by practice before crease every year. The committee had been most the 11th inst., at the Albion Hotel. Mr.T. Holden

, these tribunals, but many men would

be glad to unremitting in their exertions to make the past the president of the Association was in the chair compromise their chances of great wealth for the session a success, and they had the satisfaction and the vice chairs were occupied by Mr. T. T. certainty of an early and sufficient competence. of knowing that their efforts had been fully appre

Bellhouse, and Mr. Isaac Hall. About forty other As to the general prospects of the Profession, ciated. The society held a very proud position

gentlemen were present, including the Mayor of they will be largely affected by the proposed amongst the kindred societies in the provinces,

Manchester (W. Booth, Esq.), the Vice-Chancel. transfer of local legislation to Irish tribunals. A and he hoped and believed that its status would most profitable class of business would thus be be raised still higher. He was glad to avail him. lor of Lancashire (Mr. G. Little, Q.C.), and a

deputation from the Incorporated Law Society of opened up to the Irish practitioners. It must be self of this opportunity of expressing the thanks remembered that the number of applications for of the society to those members of the profession Liverpool, consisting of Mr Paget. and Mr.

Kenion. private Bills must be largely increased when the who had so generously come forward with their

The Chairman proposed the preliminary toasts, tribunal is made easily accessible, and expenses then read the report of the committee as follows:

advice and assistance whenever called upon. He including that of the Army, Navy, and Volunare thus greatly diminished. For all these reasons

teers, to which we cannot regard the future of the Irish Bar as

“ Pursuant to the rules of the society, the com. Colonel Hall, of the 3rd Manchester, responded. menaced by recent and impending legislation to mittee have much pleasure in presenting the Remarking upon the way in which the Govern: the extent which many suppose, although the de- cleventh annual report, and take this opportunity ment treated the volunteer service, he said that centralisation of the institution is probably immi- of congratulating the members on the increasing the a-ljutant of his regiment, whilst occupying the nent. Instead of our great central institution in prosperity and usefulness of the society, and on the position of captain in the army, received an allowwhich the avenues to success are difficult of ac. unprecedented success which has attended its ance of 11s. 7d. per day. On retiring from his cess we shall probably have a number of localised meetings during the past session. The session captaincy he took the post of adjutant of the 3rd Bars in which merit will be more quickly

recog. has comprised otwenty-three ordinary meetings Manchester, for which he was paid 8s. per day; nised and rewarded, and will ultimately (through (being an increase of five on the preceding session) but he was immediately told that his pay as cap. circuit business) lead to a position at the metro at which there has been an average attendance of tain in the regular force would cease. Taking politan Bar.

eleven members and an average of seven speakers that case as a specimen, he left them to consider on each subject of debate. This, it will be ob- how the volunteer force was treated by the

served, is much larger than in any previous ses- Government. LAW SOCIETIES.

sion. The society now consists of forty-one Vice - Chancellor Little, in proposing “The honorary members and twenty-three ordinary Manchester Incorporated Law Association,” said

members. Six gentlemen have been admitted he had an audience before him, all of whom, with ARTICLED CLERKS' SOCIETY. honorary and six ordinary members during the the exception of the Mayor of Manchester, were A MEETING of this society was held at Clementis. past session, whilst four gentlemen have passed sensible of the merits of that institution. The inn Hall, on Wednesday the 10th inst., Mr. E. W. into the rank of solicitors, one attaining the objects of the association were pre-eminentiy to Bone in the chair. Mr. Tasman opened the sub: third prize at the last Hilary Term Final Examina. bring together the members of the legal profession, ject for the evening's debate, viz., " that the tion. The committee, on the recommendation of for the purpose of associating with one another

, Burials Bill (Mr. O. Morgan) is worthy of support.” (the secretary, deemed it advisable at the com- and sustaining their standard in society in regard The motion was carried by a majority of four.

mencement of the session to invite solicitors who to the discharge of the duties of their Profession

were honorary members of the society to occupy to the public. He could not imagine any objects BRISTOL ARTICLED CLERKS' DEBATING and the committee, whilst congratulating, the the chair at the different meetings of the society,

more worthy of support than those. Then, there SOCIETY.

were added the other duties of watching the course members on the success which has attended the which legislation might take in reference to the A GENERAL meeting of this society was held on samo, beg, at the same time, to thank those general interests of the legal profession and the

Tuesday. the 9th inst., Mr. T. Parr in the chair. members of the Profession who so kindly and improvement of the law. Those objects were of Mr. Baylis opened in the

affirmative cn the follow. cordially responded to their invitation, and ren. the highest public importance. They had also ing question : A. and B. are neighbours. A. dered such valuable assistance to the society. to supervise the conduct of those who might finds that seed he has sown in his par len is con. The society has during the session entered into not be disposed to conform to the laws and tinually being uprooted by B.'s pi: eo is. Has A. / union with nine other provincial societies, on the

usages of the society, and correction was neces. any, and what, remedy against B.p"" And Mr. ' basis of its union with the London Articled sary in those respects. He congratulated the

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society upon having been converted into an Secretary to the Children's Employment Commis. industry, and clear-hoadedness. enabled him for incorporation. The law said that a corporation sion, which post he resigned in 1870. He married, years to conduct the common law department of never died, and he hoped that that association in 1810, Harriet Elizabeth, daughter of the late what was at one time perhaps the largest “agency'' would continue in perpetuity and be an example to Admiral Sir William Proctor-Beauchamp, Bart., business in London, with satisfaction to his clients the practitioners amongst whom the association of Langley-park, Norfolk, by whom he has left and without injary to his own health (as is attested was situated. (Applause.). In explaining the ob. isne nine children. His eldest son, Mr. Beanchamp by the advanced age he reached), while his honour jeets of the association he was reminded of a Selby, now of Paston, was born in 1841, and called and fidelity to his clients' interests were not less lamented friend, one of the founders of that insti. to the Bar at the Inner Temple in 1868.

distinguished than his ability. tution (Mr. Stephen Heelis), who had passed away during the past twelve months. The obligations


T. P. CLAYFIELD-IRELAND. ESQ. which he (Mr. Little) was under to that gentleman The late Edward Williams Harell, Esq., of Dale. The late Thomas Priaulx Clayfield-Ireland, Exq., were probably understood by all whom he was addressing. Mr. Heelis introduced him to the main, near Penrith, barrister-at-law, chairman of of Dowrich House, Devonshire, formerly a solici.

tor at Bristol, who died at Brislington, near profession of the law. His kind encouragement quarter sessions for Cumberland and Westmore. drew him to the pursuit of a profession from a land, who died on the 7th inst., in the seventy- Bristol, on the 8th inst., in the thirty-sixth year different walk which he had originally contein. sixth year of his age, was the eldest son of the of his age, was the second son of the late James plated, and he should never cease to remember late Edward Hasell, Esq., of Dalemain, by Eliza. Ireland Clayfield-Ireland, Esq., of Brislington Mr. Heelis's kindness to him. Apart from all beth, daughter of William Carus, Esq., and sister Hall, by Letitia, daughter of the late Thomas personal feelings, the society and the Profession of the late W. W. Carus. Wilson, Esq., of Caster. Priaulx, Esq., of Guernsey. He was born in the had sustained a great loss, and he was glad to ton Hall, Westmoreland. He was born in the year 1836, and was educated at Merchant Taylors' hear that they were taking steps for perpetuating year 1795, and was educated at Oriel College, School, and afterwards at Rugby under Dr. Tait and Mír. Heelis's inemory. (Applause.) Oxford, where he graduated B.A. in 1818, and

Dr. Goulburn. He was admitted a solicitor in

proMr. Cooper, in responding to the toast, said that ceeded M.A. in 1823. He was a magistrate and Hilary 'Term, 1860, and practised for some time at

Bristol. The deceased gentleman inherited the the success of the project of founding a memorial deputy-lientenant for Cumberland, and served as

estate of Dowrich House under the will of his to Mr. Heelis was certain. He regretted that Mr. High Sheriff of that connty in 1830; and he was

annt, Mrs. Charlotte Louisa Clayfield, in the year Lowndes, one of the members of the Judicature also a magistrate for Westmoreland, and had been Commission, was not present, because he would for many years chairman of quarter sessions for 1865. He lived and died unmarried. have been in a position to speak upon the report of the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland. that Commission. Many legal reforms were re. The deceased gentleman was one of the chiefs of

THE GAZETTES. quired ; amongst others the remuneration of the Conservative party in Cumberland and Westthe profession. He could not see the justice moreland ; he was chairman of the Lancaster and of compelling the profession of the present Carlisle Railway Company, and Colonel of the

Professional Partnerships Dissolbed.

of day to be guided by a scale which was fixed in Westmoreland and Cumberland Regiment

Gazette, April 5. times immemorial. He rejoiced that a series of Yeomanry Cavalry, in which he took a warm and

LET and THORNEY, attorneys and solicitors, Hull. March 01. lectures had been delivered in connection with active interest. He will be much missed in the (A C. Lee and Jno. Jos. Thorney.) Debts by Thorney. Owen's College, which were of the utmost value to North, where for so many years he has been so

Gazette, April 9. the younger members of the profession and the highly respected, and where he was so widely PEACOCK, nogenson and Cooper attorneys, solicitors, conver.

incers. nituries public, Liverpool. publ

(Geur se (Applause.)

known. Mr. Hasell married, in 1821, Dorothea, Kussell kogerson aud Withian Cooper.) Mr. Bellhouse proposed the toast of “ The daughter of the late Edward King, Esq., of Mayor and Corporation of Manchester,” to which Hungerhill, Yorkshire, and has left, with other

Bankrupts. the Mayor of Manchester (W. Booth, Esq.) re- surviving issue, a son and heir, John Edward, who sponded. was born in 1839.

Gazette, April 12.

To surrender at the Bankrupts' Court, Basinghall-street. Mr. Alderman Radford responded to the

BAXNISTEX, ELIN A, builuer, Palmerstou..d, Kilburn. "Mayor and Corporation of Salford,'' which was


Rex. Pepys. Sur. April 23

CLAYDEN, JAMES, corn chanaler, Bingfield-st, Islington. Pe.. proposed by Mr. Hall. The late William Henry Smith, Esq., barrister.

Rex. Murray. Sol. Rushleigh, Mr. Alderman Radford gave “ The Lord Chan. at-law of the Middle Temple, who died at

DIRKANT, CHARLES THOM IS DEBESILAM, estate agent, sind. cellor and the Judges, including the Local Brighton on the 25th March, in the sixty-fourth

ringham-rd, tin kney, and City-rd. Pet. April 9, Reg. Hazite. Judges.'' year of his age, was the youngest son of the late Su Zimeiinilin,

GELLACH, JACOB CITRUSTOF, lur-edea er, itulo Q reen-st, West. Vice-Chancellor Little, in responding, said that Richard Smith, Esq., of Hammersmith, Middlesex. minuter. Pet. Apr.1 10. Reg. Hazlitt. Sol. Hund, Coleman-st. the Lord Chancellor and the learned and dis. He was born in the year 1808, and having received Sur. April 2 tinguishel judges of the Superior Courts were tho rudiments of his education at a Dissenting DICKINSON, HENRY, farmer, Kudmond, near St. Albans. Pet.

To surrender in the Country. quite equal to the duties which they were called school at Rulley, in Berk-hiro, entered the April. Reg. Blarg. Sur. April 15

MURSY, WILLIAM, builder, Wiüley. Pet. April 2. Reg. Howard. upon to discharge. With respect to the local University of Glasgow, but ill-health prevented judges, the citizens of Manchester had had a his graduating there. Called to the Bar by tho SARGENT, JONN Paswanden, builder, Liskeard. Pet. April

DepRev. Shelly SurMay recent instance of the estimation in which one hon. Society of the Middle Temple in Nov. 1838, SOWRY, WALTER, coul gent, Armley, near Leeds. Pet. April 4. of them was held from the fact that so formidable he went the South Wales circuit, and practised Reg. Marshall, Sur. April 194 an opposition had been offered to Mr. Russell's for some years at the Gamorganshire Sessions.

Gazette, April 16. removal to Liverpool. The office which he (Mr. It is perhaps, however, as an author that Mr.

To surrender at the Bankrupts' Court, Basinghall-st. Little) held was not the creation of modern legis. Smith's name will be best remembered ; his works

ARGALL, BOSWARUA, uank clerk, late Belgrave-ru, St. John's.

wood. Pet. April 12. keg. Murray. Sur. Muy 7 lation, but an office that had been improved and being all marked by subtle, etherial, far-reaching CHURCH, WILL.143. sruter; Herton, and Wick-rd, South

Hackney. Pet. April 11. Reg. Pepy, Sur. April 30 extended in its influence by modern legisla. thought and beautiful expression, and demon. TUCKER, WILLIAM, brewer,, -9; 'Three Colt. tion. It was by the effect of the Act of strating the mind that produced them to be one st, Linehouse; and ainuries. Per. Aprilli. Res Spring Ricu. 1856), passed under the auspices of the pre- in which some of the finest powers, both of

To surrender in the Country. sent Lord Chancellor, that the improvements philosophy and poetry, were combined. In 1839 BELL, JOIX, shopkeeper, Fulmodeston. Pet. April 13. Reg.

Paimer. Sur. April 15 began. The effect of that Act was to give he published his “Discourse on Ethics,” which

EASLES, WILLIAM, furtner, Stanton, Pet. April 11. Reg. Culling power to asssimilate the practice of the the late Professor Ferrier used to speak of as one Sur. April 17

GALLOWAY, JOHN, agricultural implement dealer, Stockton-on. county palatine to that of the High Court of the best written, and most ingeniously.reasoned

Tees. Pet. April 12. Reg. Sur. April 2: Chancery; and, further, gave power to establish attacks upon Cudworth's doctrine that had ever MCINTYRE, DUNALI), draper, Penzance. Pet. April 13. Reg.

Chilcott. Sur. April 30 in other parts of the county than in Preston the appeared. Besides this work, which was pub. POVEY, THOMAs plumber, Longton. Pet. April 11. Reg. means of transacting the business of the localities. lished in 1839, Mr. Smith was the author of a Keary. Sur. April 27 That power was not put in force by the then Lord drama entitled “ Athelwold,” and of a species of

ROBERT, LOL'is, boot manufacturer, Birmingham. Pet. April 11.

Reg. Chauntler. Sur. May i Chancellor. His immediate successor was Lord | philosophic tale entitled Gravenhurst;” but his THOMAS, WILLIAM. jun., inerchant, Exeter. Pet. April 15. Rez.

Daw. Sur. May 1 Westbury, a man of the greatest ability and the greatest work, which was produced in 1857, is

BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. most determined energy, but who remained such a Thorndale, or the Conflict of Opinions.” During short period in office that scarcely an opportunity the last thirty years, Mr. Smith contributed largely Normax, Gronge Lewis, slicitor, Sackville-st, Piccadilly.

Gazette, April 9. was offered him of giving effect to the Act. It was to the pages of Blackwood, and his articles were May 26, 1870 owing to the present Lord Justice James's per always of a grave character, but distinguished by

Gazette, April 12. sonal exertions that the courts, with their higher eminent grace of style and delicate critical taste.

CAMEROX, IIUGII TH As, geutleinan, Bassnett-grove, Lavender

Dec. 5, 1871 powers, were established in Manchester and Personally he was very shy, and never mixed in Liverpool. He was followed by Wickens, V.C., anything like public life; but he was a singularly who also had been successful in discharging the amiable man, and his loss will be deeply felt by

Liquidations by Arrangement. duties of his office. Ho (Mr. Little) could not all his friends. Mr. Smith married, in 1861, Lucy

FIRST MEETINGS. but feel how heavy the duty was of treading in Caroline, daughter of George Cumming, Esq.,

Gazette, April 12. the footsteps of his predecessors. He asked for M.D. The remains of the deceased gentleman Allson: GeoNGE WALTER, chemist. Olabury; April 27, at eleven,

at office of Sol., the kind consideration of the gentlemen with were interrod in the parochial cemetery at ANSTEE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, out of business, Toddington ; whom he had to come into contact, and begged to Brighton.

Apri 25, at twelve, at ottices uf Scargill, Lutou. Sol., Sales,

Luton assure them that there was no position in life

ARCHER, HUGII, tailor, Darlington; April 24, at eleven at office of which he coveted beyond that which it had been


Sol., Steavenson, Darlington

ATTENBOROUGH, MARK, out of business, Everton; April 29, at his fortune to attain. (Applnuse.)

The late Thomas Loftus, Esq., solicitor, of New three, at office of Sol., Harris, Liverpool 0:her toasts followed. Inn, Strand, who died, from the effects of an acci- BLANX, LAWRENCE, baker, Upper Beeding; April 24, at twelve,

at office of Sol., Lamb, Brighton dent, at his residence, Havelock Villas, Lansdown. BOND, CHARLES, watchmaker, Alford; April 25, at tiree, at road, Croydon, on the 27th March, in the eighty. BOY:lton, William, earthenware dealer, Tillotson-st, Stepney ;

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seventh year of his age, was born on 23rd Jan. April 19, at three, at office or Sol., Peverley, Basinghall-rt
1786, and was articled to Messrs. Bleasdale and BRAMMER, JOHx, builder, Lockwood: April 23, at hall. past

twelve, at office of Sols., Hesp, Fenton, and Owen, Hudders.
Alexander. He was admitted a solicitor in Hilary
Term, 1818, and in 1822 he became a partner with BUTLER, THOMAS, coach builder, Cheltenham; April 29, at

twelve, at office of Sol., Potter, Cheltenham The late Prideaux Selby, Esq., barrister-at-law, Mr. Alexander's successors, Messrs. Holme and

BYE, JOHN, innkeeper, Bury Saint Edmunds; April 29, at twelve, of Paston, Northumberland, who died at his resi. Frampton. He continued in regular practice

at the Half Moon hotel, Bury Saint Edmunds. Sols., Messrs. dence, 61, Prince's-gate, on the 5th inst., in the down to the death of his late partner, Mr. Young, COLLINS, EDWARD, grocer, Birmingham ;April 26, at ten, at office sixty-second year of his age, was the eldest son of when he was already in his seventy-eighth year.

of Sol., Eaden, Biriningham

COLWELL, GEORGE, carpenter, Seaford; April 30, at twelve, at the late Prideaux Selby, Esq., of Paston, who died Mr. Loftus was a Commissioner of Oaths in office of Sol., Hillman, Cliffe, Lewes in 1839. He was born in the year 1810, and was Chancery, and also a Commissioner for the Ad. CONNOR, JAMES, factory overlooker, Wigan ; April 20, at eleven, educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, where ministration of Oaths in the Court of Queen's DAVIES, DAVID. grocer, Ruthin; April 23, at one, at office of

at office of Sol., France, Wigan he graduated B.A. in 1832, and proceeded M.A. in Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer. He was 1837. Mr. Selby, who was called to the Bar by probably the last surviving practiticner of the

DAWSON, ALBERT, stationer, Lewisham; April 25, at two, at office

of Sols.and Mason, the hon. society of Gray’s-inn in June 1843, and good old days" before "Archbold” was known, DUFFIELD, THOMAS

HENRY, Schoolmaster: Wolverhampton ;' for some years went the Northern Circuit, was a

April 23, twelve, at office of ., Green, and was then, we are told, unsurpassed, if not ELMORE, JOHN, builder, Coxeath Linton; April 23, at ha i-past magistrate and deputy.lieutenant for the county / unequallerd, as an authority in the intricacies of

two, at office of Sol., Goodwin, Maidstone of Northumberland. He was appointed in 1861, I the practics of the courts. Great physical vigour,

EMBLIX, JOHN, jun, tripe dresser, Leather-la, Holborn: April 20, at ten, at ottice of Sol, Hupe, Serle-st, Lincoln's-inn-fields

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LYOS, GEORGE, Publican, Liverpool: April 23, at eleven, at office PARTRIDGE AND COOPER

FORD, ROBERT, coal merchant, Dover; May 1, at two, at office of

Sol., Fox, Dover Fox, CHARLES, silk broker, Manchester; April 30, at three, at

ofllce of Sol., Addleshaw, Manchester GAMBLE, WILLIAM HENRY, miller, Bulwell; April 26, at twelve,

at office of Sol., Belk, Nottingham GREATREX, HIGH MCNEILE, brewer's traveller, Liverpool;

April at two, at office of Vine, accountant, Liverpool. Sols.,

Grocott and Browne, Liverpool GRIMSHAW, CHARLES WILLIAM, farmer, Up Lambourn; April

23, at three, at office of Sol., Jotcham, Wantage HAZZEY, JOSHUA, grocer, Pembroke: April 26, at eleven, at the

Guildhall, Carmarthen. Sol., Dunn, Pembroke-dock HEALY, STEPHEN, beer retailer, Harper-st. New Kent-rd; April . 19, at three, at the Claremont Arms, Upper Grange-rd, Ber.

mondsey. Sol., Bilton, New, Blackfriars HINCKS, JOHN CHARLES HAWKESFORD, attorney, Willenhall;

April 20, at twelve, at office of Sol., Grittin, Birminghun HINTON, THOMAS, printer, Uekfield; April, at eleven, at the

Crown hotel, Lowes. Sol., Barrow, Walbrook HUSTWICK, THOMAS HOPPER, chemist, Liverpool; April 24, at

two, at office of Sol., Williams, Liverpool JENKINS, HENRIETTA, spinster, milliner, Edgbaston, near Bir

mingham; April 23, at three, at office of Sol., Fitter, Birining.

ham JONES, JOHN JORDAN, auctioneer, Rhydygof, Llanfihangil

Ystrad, and Lampeter; April 25, at two, at the Black Lion hotel,

Lamneter. Sol., Lloyd, Luinpeter KIPLING, WILLIAM, cheesemonger, James-ter, Hornsey-rd ;

April 2, at eleven, at office of Sal., Lind, Newinn, Strand KNIGHT, GEORGE, grocer, Cinderford ; April 26 at two, at office of

Sol., Beckingham, Bristol LOGSDON, JOSEPH ELLIS, corn dealer, Haggerstone; April 21, at

four at office of Sol., Graham,, Holborn LORD, GEORGE, sizer, Burnley, April 25, at three, at ofce of Sol.,

Baldwin, Burnley MALLINSON, EDWARD; GLEDHILL, RICHARD; an BRAMMER, JOHx, builders, Lockwood: April 28, at eleven,at office of Sols.,

Hesp, Fenton, and Owen, luddersfield MALLINSON, EDWARD, builder, Lockwood, in Huddersfield;

April 2, at twelve, at office of Sols., Hesp, Fenton, and Owen,

Hurdersfield MARTINS, RICHARD, jun., builder, Penzance; April 25, at eleven,

at office of Sel., Trythall, Penzanco MATTHEWS, FREDERICK SAMLEL, watch case maker, Upper

Charles-st, Clerkenwell; April 27, at three, at office of Sols.,

Evans, Link, and Eagles, John st, Bedford-row MINYS, SAMUEL WILLIAM, tailor. Norwich: April 25, at one, at

offices of Sol., Maude, Great Winchester-st.bldg. Sols., Winter

and Francis MORGAN, JEREMIAH, grocer, Swansca and Pyle: April 24, at one,

at the British ard West of England Merchants' Association, Bristol. Sols., Stanley and Wrbrush NEWEY, EDWARD, painter, Birmingham; April 23, at two, at

office of Sol., Burton, Birmingham NORMAN, ALFRED JOHN, painter, Great Yarmouth; May 2, at

twelve, at office of Sol., Preston, jun., Great Yarmouth PARRY, THOMAS, coal merchant, Llangoed; April 24, at two, at

office of Sol,, Roberts, Bangor PARSON, JONATHAX, victualler, Hatfield; April 20, at three, at

omce of Sol., Annesley, St. Alban's PASCOE, JOIN, miller, Plymouth; April 30, at eleven, at the

Bridge House hotel, Borough, London. sol., Campion PEACE, JOSEPH, farmer, Newton in Makerfield; April 25, at two,

at office of Messrs. Joseph Davies and Co., (public accountants,

Warrington PEACOCK, LEONARD HORVER, tea dealer, Tachbrook-st. Pimlico;

April 23, at twelve, at office of Sol., Foster, King's-rd, Gray's.

inn PEPLOW, HENRY JAMES, beerhouse keeper, Wolverhampton ;

April 23, at ten, at office of Sol., Stratton, Wolverhampton PITCAIRN, HENDY HUNT, wine merchant, Leeds; April 22, at

three, at office of Sol., Pullen, Leeds POTTER, GEORGE, teacher of music, Taunton; April 25, at twelve,

at office of Sol., Trenchard, Taunton PRIVETT, CHARLES, baker, Portsca ; April 24, at four, at office of

Sol, King, Ports REES, DAVID HOPKIN, cabinet maker, Carmarthen; April 19, at

five minutes past ten, at office of H. Lloyd, ligust, Haverfurd.

West RICHARDS, GEORGE MULLINGS, sadaler, Winchester; April 29, at

two, at the Black Swan hotel, Winchester. Sol., Bailey RILEY, ELLEN, grocer, Burnley; April 30, at three, at office of

Sol., Vowell, Burnley SANDERS, JOHN, builder, Dawlish: April 25, at eleven, at office of

Sols., Pearson and Whidborne, Dawlish SCAIFE, THOMAS, painter, Bradford; April 29, at three, at omice

of Sol., Neill, Bradford SCOTT, GEORGE, baker, Chacombe ; April 24, at eleven, at office

of Sol., Crosby, Banbury SILCOCK, WILLIAM, tailor, High Holborn; April 21, at three, at

offie- of Sol., Grout, Suffolk-la, Cannon-st SLATER, PHILIP, grocer, Bristol; April 24, at twelve, at omice of

Sol., Langworthy, Bristol SMART, WILLIAM, butcher, Upper Easton ; April 22, at two, at

office of sol., Beckingham, Bristol SMITH, WILLIAM, baker, Hastings; April 21, at two, at oftice of

Sols., Messrs. Langham, Hastings SOFTLEY, JOIN JAMES draper, Southsea; April 25, at four, at

office of Sol., King, Portsca STAISES, HENRY GIPSOX, grocer, Chipping Ongar: April 22, at

twelve, at office of W. W. Brown, Basinghail-st, Sol., Sinith STEAD), HEXRY, innkeeper, Thirsik: April :3, at eleven, at the Old

Three Tuns inn, Thirsk. Sol., Waistell, Northallerton TANNER, FREDERICK SOLOMON, carpenter, Cheltenham; April

15, at twelve, at office of Sol., Potter, Cheltenham THOMPSON, Jonx, cart owner, Liverpool; April 28, at two, at

office of Sol., Bellinger, Liverpool THOMPSON, SAMUEL RICHARD), woollen draper, Shoreditch: April

29, at eleven, at the Guildhall Tavern, Giccham-st. Sul., Holmes, THORSETT, JABEZ JOHN, upholsterer, Curtain-rd, Shoreditch;

April 18, at four, at J. Towdsey's,, Shoreditch.

Sol, Turner, Copthall.blogs, Thro;mortonTURVEY, EDWARD), tailor's manager, Sheffield ; April 23, at twelve

at office of Sol., Aute, Sheffield WESTOS, GEORGE, journeyinin carpenter, Reading; April 27, at

ten, office of Sol, Padniore, Coleman st WHISKER, BODHAM BUTLER, farrier, Wellington rd, Kensal.

green; April 19, at thrre, at office of F. Cripps, Kensington. park-rd, Notting hill, Sol., Fenton, Basinghall-st

Gazette, April 16. ACKROYD, WILLIAM NEWTON, rag merchant, Gildersome; April

24, at two, at office of Sol., Simpson, Leeds ALLEN, WILLIAM, flour dealer, Wakefield; April 26, at eleven, at

office of Fernandes and Gill, Wakefield ALLIN, WILLIAM HARDSTAFF, felt dealer, Haslingden ; April 29,

at threa, at ofllce of Sol, Whitehead, Accrington ASTRIDGE, WILLIAM, grocer, Westbourne: April 27, at two, at offices of Mr. Edmonds, St. James'-st, Portsea. Sol., King,

Portsca AXAM, SAMUEL. Mansion-st, Camberwell, and AXAM, FREDERICK

Camberwell-rd, builders, ; April 20, at two, at offices of Mr. Birchall, Southampton bldgs, Sol., Harrison,

Furnival's inn, Holborn AYTON, ABRAHAM JACOB, out of employ, Warminster; May 1, at

two, at otice of S., McCarthy, Frome BANCROFT, WILLIAMI, trimming manufacturer, Derby; May 2, at

three, at office of Sol., Leech, Derby BANSING, STANLEY, merchant, Liverpool; April 23, at two, at

office of Sol., Bellringer, Liverpool BLOXHAM, JOSEPH STEPHEN, tobacconist Birmingham; April 28,

at two, at office of Sul., Harrison, Birminghim BONIWELL, RUFUS MARTIN, auctioneer, Richmond: April 24,

at three, at office of Sola., Wood and Hare. Basinghall-86 BORGERS, HENRY FRANK, licensed victualler, Panton st. Hay.

market'; April 25, at twa, at office of Sols., Messrs. Hillearys

and Tun tall, Fenchurch-st DRADSHAW, JAMES, bootmaker, Tipton; April 26, at len, at office

of Sol, Travis, Tipton BRAY FORD, THOMAS, baker, Stoke-upon Trent; April 27, at hall.

past eleven, at once or sol., Turner, Stoke-upon-Trent BUDD, EDWIN, grocer, Portsmouth; April 29, at four, &t office of

Sol, King, Portsea CAXNON, JAMES, cabinet maker, Caroline-st, Eaton-eq; April 25,

At two, at 3. Chandos-st. West Strand.' Sol., Bartlett CHAMBERS, JOH X, tailor, Nottingham; April, at twelve, at office

of Sol., Belk, Nottingham CHURCH WARD, JOIN GILBERT, corn merchant, Paington; April

29, At two, at office of Sol., Carter, Torquay CLARE, Reverend GEORGE THOMAS, clerk, Bainton; April 20, at

two, at otice of Sol, Jennings, Great Dritfield

CLARKSON, JAMES, commission agent, Bradford ; May 1, at three' WINTERS, CHARLES, gun action Aler, Birmingham; April 2, at at office of Sol., Hutchinson, Bradford

three, at office of sol, Kennedy, Birmingham COCK, JOHN POPE, grocer, Truro; April 23, at eleven, at office of WOOLAWAY, JOHx, builder, Bow , April 30, at eleven, at oticed Sols., Carlyon and Paull, Truro

Sol., Friend. Exeter COE. JAMES, fish dealer, Manchester; April 23, at three, at office YOUNG, GEORGE ROBERT, butcher, Great Dritteld ; April 3, at of Sol., Murray, Manchester

eleven, at office of Sol., Jennings, Great Driffield CRAMBERY, ROBERT, saddler, Fenstanton; May 2, at twelve, at

office of Sol, Gaches, Peterborough
CRISP, JAMES, coal mirchant, Beccles: April 20, at eleven, at the

Star Hotel, Great Yirmouth. Sols., Kent and Smith
CROSSLEY, JAMES WILLIAM, dyer, Wakefield ; May 1, at half-

Gazette, April 9. past two, at the Royal hotel, Wakefield. Sol., Lancaster, Brad.

JONES, GEORGE, confectioner, Marlborough ford

WILLIA213, REBECCA, draper, Liverpool
CURR. JOIX DAVID, cotton manufacturer, Redcliffe, near Bury ;
April 29, at three, at office of Sols., Harrings, Wood and Wilson,

Gazette, April 12.

PARKER, ROWLAND THOMPSON, commission agent, Avengend, CUTTA, JOSEPH, lirensed victualler, Lowgate, in Staveley; April Dalston

2, at three, at office of Sol., Parkin, Sheffield DAVENPORT. JOnx, prevision dealer, Shevington ; April 20, at

three, at otice of Sols., Leigh and Ellis, Wigan DAVIES, ELIAS draper, Aberystwith: April 27, at eleven, at office

BAXKRUPTS' ESTATES. of Sole., Messrs. Hughes, Aberystwyth DAVIS, BARNARD, and DAVIS, CHARLES, butchers, both Bedford;

The Official Assignees, dc., are given, to whom apply for the April !7, at four, at office of Sol, Conquest, Bedford

Dividends. DICKENSON, MARY, fi hmonger. Burslem; April 23, at three, at Cooper, E. F. H. widow, further, 10d. Daw, Exeter. offices of Sol., Tennant, Hanley

Balle, W. printer, second, 4d. At office of Trust., G. Wreford, EDUARDS, ALEXANDER, out of business, Llanwonno; April 29, Gandy-st.chmbg. Exeter.-(arruthers, J. draper, first, 23. AS at one, at office of Sol., Beddoe, Aberdare

orces of Trust., A. McDowall, 21A,, J. White EVANS, RICHARD BAIGH, draper, Newport: April 23, at one, at

haven, seconi, 6. Bd. At the Creditors' percantile Association, office of Barnard, Thomas, Tribe, and Co., public accountants, 18, Coleman-st. Trust. W. C. Harvey:-Fuirbeak, W. J. corn her. Bristol. Sols., Press and Inskip, Bristol

chant, first and final, 19. Gd. At offices of Trust,, G. Pye, 3, Bank FEATHERSTONE, RICHARD MUDOx, grocer, Upper North-st, bldgs, Colchester,-- James, F. H. tailor, third, 11. At ofics de Poplar, and, Cannon-st-rd; April 30, at three, at office

0. Richards, 16, Warwick-st, Regent-st.-Sanith, W. grocer, second of Sol., Pelham, Arbour.sq, Stepney

and final, 18. 5 d. At offices of Barnard, Thomas, Tribe, and Co., FITCH, WILLIAM, stationer, old Fish-st-hill, and old; Albion.chmbs, Bristol.--Poules, Rev. T. A. clerk in holy orders,

April 2, at three, at office of Thwaites, accountant, Basinghall- first, 38. 6d. At office of Trust., J. C. Baker, Ilminster.

it. Sol., Doblo, Basinghall-st GOODALL, JOHN EDWARD, chemist, Myddelton-st, Clerkenwell; April 25, at three, at office of Sol, Lewis, Hatton-garden, Lol.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. HADDOCK, JOSEPH, greengrocer, Birmingham; April 24, at three,

at office of Sol., East, Birmingham
HASMER, EDwix, timber merchant, Manchester; April 23, at

BIRTHS. three, at office of Sol., Hardy, Manchester

BRUCE.-On the 11th inst., at 31, Upper Merrion-street, Dublin, HILL, TIMOTAY, auctioneer, Wolverhampton; April 20, at twelve

the wife of W. R. Bruce, Esq., barrister at-law, of a daughter. at office of Sol., Dallow, Wolverhampton

MEYLER.--On the 13th inst., at Piercefield, near Taunton, the wife HODGSOX, WILLIAM BOWAX, bootinaker, May 1, at eleven, at

of Thomas Meyler, Esq., solicitor, of a daughter. the Queen's hotel, Carnforth. Sol., Pearson, Kirby Lonsdale

WILLIB-On the 7th inst, at Lee, Kent, the wife of William Willis, HOLDWAY, OWEN, confectioner, Woolwich; April 24, at three, at

barrister-at-law, of a son. ofices of Sol., Maniere,

MARRIAGES. HOLMES, JANE, widow, provision dealer, Manchester : April 26,

MARTIN-CAMMELL.-On the 10th inst., at Norton Church, Derby at three, nt office of Sols., Sutton and Elliott, Manchester

shire, Edward Martin, jun., of 4, Queen's gardens, Hyde-part. HOLMES, JOUN ADAMS, ship chundler, Cardiff; April 27, at one,

barrister-at-law, to Alice Maud, only daughter of Charles Cam. at office of Messrs. Barnard, Thomas, fand Company, Albion

mell, of Norton Hall, and Brookfield Danor, Derbyshire, and chmbs, Bristol Sols., Ingledew and Ince

Ditcham Park, Hants. HOOPER, WILLIAM, shaft inaker, Stamford-bridge; April 30, at

THOMAS-BANKS. On the 10th inst., at the Church of the Holy ten, at office of Sol., Crumbie, Stonegate

Trinity, Brompton, Edwyn Thomas, Esq., barrister-at-law, HOPKINA WILLIAM, miller, Marston Bigott; May 4, at two, at

Middle Temple, to Frinces Maria, only surviving child of the office of Sol., McCarthy. Frome

late William Houghton Banks, Esq., M.D., RN., of Vernon HYDE, JAMES, tailor, Liverpool; April 30, at two, at office of Sol.,

House, Ryde, Isle of Wight Evans and Lockett, Liverpool

TODD-WATSON. - On the Ith inst., at St. Augustine's Church JARMAN, EDWARD, stone mason, Bridgwater; April 29, at twelve,

Hedon, Charles James Todd, solicitor, of Hull, to Kate, second at office of Sols., Reed and Cook, Bridgwater

daughter of W. Watson, Holyrood House, Hedon. JOHNSTONE, WILLIAM, marine store dealer, Brighton; May 2, at

WILKINS-GENN. -- On the 3rd inst., at Falmouth, Charles J.

Wilkins, Esq, of the Middie Temple, to Margaret Hawke, second one, at office of Sol., Mills, Brighton KER, JEMIMA, boot dexler, Biriningham; April 26, at elever, at

daughter of W. J. Genn, Esq., of Falmouth. office of Sol, Duke, Birmingham

DEATHS. KIM PTON, GEORGE, bookseller's assistant. Hampden-rd, Hollo.

HADDOCK-On the 10th inst., aged 41, Charles Milner Haddock way: May 2, at three, at office of Sol, Mott, St. Paul's-chmbs,

Esq., of 18, St. Paul's Churchyard, solicitor. Paternoster.row

HASELL.-On the 7th inst., at Dolemain, aged 75, Edward Williams LANGLEY, WILLIAM, architect, Coventry; May 3, at three, at

Hasell, Esq., Chairman or Quarter Sessions for Cumberland and the Craven Arms hotel, Coventry, Sol., Overell, Leamington

Westmrland. Priors

SLARK.-On the 14th inst., at his residence, Herne Bay, aged 74. LOCKWOOD, RICHARD, draper, Kirkburton ; May 2, at three, at

William Slark, Esq., J.P., and Deputy Lieutenant for the coanty

of Kent. office of Sol., Sykes, Huddersfeld LOWE, JAMES, wire manufacturer, Nechells, near Birrningham;

TIBBITS.-On the 10th inst., at St. John's-gardens, Oveen'sApril 30, at twelve, at office of Sols., Beale, Marigold, and Beale,

crescent, Haverstock-hill, aged 50, William Tibbits, solicitor. Birmingham LUXT, JOHX. machinist, Birmingham; April 28, at twelve, at office

of Sol., Fallows, Birmingham of Sols., Wright, Stockley, and Becket, Liverpool MARK, LEVY, plumber, Portobello-rd, Notting hill; April 30, at WHOLESALE & RETAIL STATIONERS,

two, at office of Sol., Lewis, Chiapside MATYEAR, ROBERT, out of business, Simpson-st, Battersea ;

192, FLEET-STREET, AND 1 & 2. CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON, E.C. April 30, at eleven, at office of Mr. Gomme, accountant, South ampton-st, Strand. Sols., Eldred and Andrew, Great St.

Carriage paid to the Country on Orders exceeding 20s., Bedford-row MEADOWS, THOMAS, carpenter, Bourton-on-the-Water; April 20,

DRAFT PAPER, 43. 60., 68., 78., 78. 9d., and es. per ream. at four, at the Wellington inn, Bourton-on-the-Water. Sol. Brookes, Stow-on-the-Wold

BRIEF PAPER, 15s.6d., 175. 60., and 235. 60, per riam. MORGAN, WILLIAM, bootmaker, Bristol; April 27, at eleven, at

FOOLSCAP PAPER, 1os. 6d., 139. 6d., and 18, 6d. per ream. office of Sol., Egery, Bristol

CREAM LAID NOTE, 3.9., 45., and 38. per ream. OLIVER, JOSEPH ROBSOX, butcher, Sunderland; May 1, at three, LARGE CREAM LAID NOTE, 45., as., and 78. per ream. at office of Sol., Fairclough, Sunderland


48., and 6s. per ream. PARTINGTON, JAMES, innkeeper, Sandbach ; April 30, at two, at ENVELOPES, CREAM OR BLUE, 18. 6d., and 68. 6d., per 1000,

office of Messrs. Latham and Bygott, Crewe. Sol., Bygott, THE "TEMPLE ENVELOPE, extra secure, 99. 6d. per 1000. Sundbach

PEARSON, THOMAS, bricklayer, Mlleham; April 30, at two, at the
King's Head inn, East Dereham. Suls., Einerson ard Sparrow,

THE NEW “VELLUM WOVE CLUB-HOUSE" Note, 95. 6d. per Norwich

ream. PERKINS, GEORGE, wholesale fruiterer, Birmingham; April 30, “We should direct particular attention to their Nex Clubat twelve, at office of Sol, Fallows, Birminghain

house Paper: in our opinion it is the very best paper we ever PENY, JOHN, licensed victualler, Stoke Prior; April 25, at three,

wrote upon,"-London Mirror, at office of Sol., Crowther, Kidderminstor PURDY, THOMAS, warehousemain, Rochdale; April 27, at three, at office of Sol., Standring Rochdale

INDENTURE SKINS, Printed and Machine-ruled, to hold twenty PUDGE, ELIZABETH, widow, Bishop's Frome; May 2, at eleven,

or thirty folios, is, sd, and Is. 94. per skin, 20s. per dozele at office of Sol., Garrold, Hereford

Seconds or FOLLOWERS, Ruleri is, éd. each, 178. per dozen. RASTRICK, SAMUEL, grocer, Bradford; April 29, at four, at office

RECORDS or MEMORIALS, 6d, each, 58. per dozen.
of Sol., Berry, Bradfori
ROBEX, WILLIA, hair dresser, Ryde; April 29, at one, at office of
Messrs. Sole, Turner, and Turner, solicitors, Aldermanbury.


An immense stock in various bindings. ROE, ROBERT. corn merchant, old-st. St. Luke's; April 23, at four, at Mr. Higginbottom's rooms, Corn Exchange, Mark-la.

ILLUSTRATED PRICE-LIST of Inkstands, Postage Scales, Sol, Stoker

Copying Presses, Writing Cases, Despatch Boxes, Oak and ROTHWELL, JOHN PORRITT, and WHITWORTH, SARAH Axx, Walnut Stationery Cabinets, and other useful articles widow, woollen manufacturers, both Rochdale; April 29. at adapted to Library or Office, post free.

three, at the White Swan inn, Rochdalo. Sol., Standring, jun.,

SATCHELL JOHN, commission agent, Lady Somerset-rd, Kentish TO EXECUTORS, TRUSTEES, AND SOLICITORS.

Town; May 1, ut two, at office of Sol., Stacpoole, Pinner's-hall,

Old SCHWEITZER, THEODOR, and SCHWEITZER, HENRY, ship chandlers, Bristol; April 26, at twelve, at ottice of Sol., Salmon,

Bristol SOLOMON, SOLOMON, tailor, Manchester ; May 2, at three, at omce of Sulk., Messrs. Heath, Manchester

JEWELRY, ARTICLES OF VERTU, SPINK, JAMES Ahoemaker, Burnsall; April 30, at two, at offioe of Sol., Paget, Skipton

&c., STANDRING, SAMUEL, reed maker, Rochdale; April 27, at three,

at office of Sol., Standring, Rochdale STOTT, JOHX, loom jobber, Rochdale ; April 27, at three, at office

CORRECTLY VALUED FOR PROBATE, of Sol, Standring, Rochdale THOMAS, JOSEPH, draper, Neath; April 27, at eleven, at office of

Messrs. Barnard, Thomas, Tribe, and Company, Albion.chmbs,

TIOMAN, THOMAS, collier, Ystradyfodwg; April, 27, at eleven, at

PURCHASED IN ANY AMOUNT AT THEIR FULL office of Sol., Phillips, Aberdare THOMSON, JOHN, and UPTOX, Johx, engineers, Derby; May 2, at

VALUE FOR CASH. one, at office of Sol., Leech, Derby L'NDERHILL, FREDERICK NICHOLAS, Shoemaker, Topsham; May

6, at eleven, at ofice of Sol., Campion, Exeter WAKEMAN, THOMAS, and WAKEYAN, ENOCH, I'llerg, Oldbury;

D. & J. WELLBY. April 25, at twelve, at office of Sol., Morgin, Birmingham WALLIS, EDWARD, horse slaughterer, Wandsworth : May 7, at WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PLATE, JEWELRY,

two, at the Guildhall Coffee house, Gresham-st. Sols., Peacock and Goddard, South-sq. Grays inn

AND PRECIOUS STONES, WALLIS, THOMAS, hosier, Manchester; April 30, at three, at office of Sols., Morry and Wood, Manchester

20, GARRICK-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN, WILD. THOMAS, timber merchant, Birmingham; April 26, at twelve, at the Great Western hotel, Biriningham. Sol., Pole,

Wilson, JOSEPH GARNETT HARCOURT, draper, Market Rasen;

April 29, at eleven, at the George hotel, Stamford. Sol., Staple.

ton, Stamfori WILLIAMS, JOHx. joiner, Llandegai, and Cefn Cwlyn, near Bethesda, par. Llanllechid; Mavi, at two, at the Prince Albert

Prices. hotel, Bangor. Sol, Williams, Carnarvon WILLIAMSOX, GEORGE, carter, Bursiem; April 26, at eleven, at

office of Sols, T. H. and F. W Tomkinson, Burslem WINFIELD, ROBERT, farmer, Şinfin Moor; May 3, at three, at office of Sol, Heath, Derby




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