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GARDNER, THOMAS, Southampton, corn merchant's assistant. Ct. Southampton. July 15.

GRAHAM, THOMAS JOSEPH (described in the receiving order as Thomas Graham), Bute-st, South Kensington. Ct. High Court. July 16. GRAY, JOHN ELTON, Hucclecote, publican. Ct. Gloucester. July 16. GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM ROBERT, Blaenau Festiniog, quarryman. Ct. Portmadoc and Festiniog. July 16.

HEYWOOD, ERNEST WILLIAM, Nantwich, painter. Ct. Nantwich and Crewe. July 13.

HOCHMAN, ISADORE (trading as the London Cheap Stores), Middlesbrough, hosier. Ct. Middlesbrough. July 15.

HOLDCROFT, ELLEN, Hanley, confectioner. Ct. Hanley. July 17.
KELLY, JOHN, Burnley, grocer. Ct. Burnley. July 13.

MCCARTHY, EDWARD ADYE, Whitefriars-st, journalist. Ct. High Court.
July 16.

MEE, WILLIAM EDWARD, Nottingham, watchmaker.

July 16.

POYNTER, CLAUDE KIBBLE, Ealing, retired bank clerk. July 5.

Ct. Nottingham.

Ct. Brentford.

RADFORD, MAURICE, Nottingham, fishmonger Ct. Nottingham. July 17.
REGAN, JOHN, Ondine-rd, East Dulwich. Ct. High Court. July 16.
RUTTER, WILLIAM CAMPION, Middlesbrough, late general credit salesman.
Ct. Middlesbrough. July 15.

SHAND, EDGAR, East Dulwich-rd. Ct High Court. July 16.
SHIRT, JAMES, Buxton, coach builder. Ct. Stockport. July 15.
SIMS, JOSEPH, Manchester, solicitor. Ct. Manchester July 16.
THOMPSON, DAVID, Rochdale, solicitor. Ct. Rochdale. July 17.
VERRIER, GRAHAM MORLEY (also trading as Welch and Co.), Bristol,
draper. Ct. Bristol. July 15.

WEBSTER, ROBERT, Wallasey, coal merchant. Ct. Birkenhead. July 15.
WINWOOD, HENRY JOHN, Worcester, carting agent. Ct. Worcester.
July 17.

YAXLEY, ERNEST EDWARD, Norwich, draper. Ct. Norwich. July 15,

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BROWN, JOHN, Devizes, bootmaker. Ct. Bath. July 19

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COLE, GEORGE JAMES, Poole, hairdresser. Ct. Poole. July 19.
COOPER, COLIN THOMAS, Sheffield, grocer. Ct. Sheffield. July 18.
COTTEE, HARRY, Colchester, timber merchant. Ct. Colchester. July 20.
DAMMS, WILLIAM, Immingham, grocer. Ct. Great Grimsby. July 20.
DIGBY, EDWARD EVERARD, late Northumberland-av. Ct. High Court.
July 19.

DUNPHY, JAMES C., Bulford, army chaplain. Ct. Salisbury. July 20.
FOWERAKER, FRANCIS HENRY, Queens-rd, Dalston. Ct. High Court.
July 17.

GILBERT, FRANK, and GILBERT, THOMAS, late Accrington, builders.
Blackburn and Darwen. July 18.

Ct.

GOLDING, ERNEST EDWARD, late Bures Saint Mary, innkeeper. Ct. Colchester. July 20.

HARCOURT, ALFRED HENRY, Mansfield, jeweller. Ct. Nottingham., July 20.
HARPER, WALTER HENRY, Penn, baker. Ct. Wolverhampton. July 18.
MONGIARDINO, JOSEPH AUGUSTUS (described in the receiving order and
trading as Joseph Augustus Morgan), Clement's-inn, Strand, surveyor.
Ct. High Court. July 17.

NUTTALL, HENRY, Leigh, hardware dealer. Ct. Bolton. July 19.
PEACOCK, CHARLES MATTEN, late Reading, tobacconist. Ct. Maidstone.
July 20.

REYNOLDS. VINCENT, Aldridge, late farmer. Ct. Walsall July 19.
RUSSELL, ROBERT, Sheffield, draper. Ct. Sheffield. July 20.

ST. QUINTIN, ERNEST CHARLES, Norwich, journeyman brush maker. Ct.
Norwich. July 20.

SARJEANT, WALTER FERMOR (described in the receiving order as Walter
Fermor Sargeant), New Cross-rd. Ct. High Court. July 17.
SIMMONS, SIDNEY WILFRED, Northfleet, baker. Ct. Rochester. July 19.
SMITH, EDWARD HUDSON, Northallerton, ironmonger. Ct. Northallerton.
July 18.

SUSSEX, WILLIAM, Rockbeare, cattle dealer. Ct. Exeter. July 18.
TWEED, HUBERT STILLFRIED, Gordon-mansions, Francis-st, broker.
High Court. July 18.

Ct.

Ct. Bath. July 20.

VINE, LOUIS HOOPER, Purley. Ct. Croydon. July 19.
WAY, FREDERIC EDWARD, Trowbridge, agent.
WEATHERLEY, WALTER, late Anatola-rd, Upper Holloway, general cartage
contractor. Ct. High Court. July 19.

Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, July 2.
BRUNNENGRABER, JACOB (commonly known as Jack Jacks, and trading as
Jacks Brothers), Shrewsbury, draper. Ct. Shrewsbury. June 29.
ORDER FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY AND ANNUL-
MENT OF COMPOSITION.
GAZETTE, JULY 19.

PARR, JOSEPH, Clapham Common, civil servant. Ct. Wandsworth. July 8.

ADJUDICATIONS ANNULLED.

GAZETTE, JULY 19.

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(preferably with view to Partnership) REQUIRED
by Solicitor (30) accustomed to take sole charge; excel-
lent experience as Managing Clerk in large Conveyancing
office with Magisterial and Public Health Appointments:
highest references.-R. V." (No. 3618), Law Times
Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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Police Court, County Court, Quarter Sessions, and Assize
Work, ordinary Conveyancing, Office Books, and general
work of country office; slight supervision only; must take
charge in absence of principal; good opening for man
prepared to settle and make himself generally useful:
state salary required.-T. B. W. (No. 3618), "Law
Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

WANTED, Jetrict, Shorthand and Typing esset
JUNIOR GENERAL CLERK,

tial. Also Shorthand-Typist. Also Evening Employment
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London ENGAGEMENT.-Apply B. K." (No. 3618),
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MAN (24;

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CLERKSHIP, London or country; salary £100, or by
arrangement. Apply "H. O. D." (No. 3618), "Law
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MENT for fortnight; engaged in and used to country
office; moderate terms.-Address "Lex," 16, Osborne-
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Partnership: experienced in Police, County Court,
General Practice, Advocacy: salary by arrangement.-
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"M." (No. 3518),
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To avail themselves of the advantages of their Register.
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PARTNERSHIPS,

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to

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West Riding;

Succession can be arranged; all-round man; Public School man preferred.-Address, with particulars, to X. Z." (No. 3611), 'Law Times Office. Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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AW PRACTICE or PARTNERSHIP.SOLICITOR, at present practising in Liverpool, with general experience, and capital to invest, DESIRES to PURCHASE PRACTICE, or Share in Practice with a view to Succession, in Liverpool or district.-Apply, &c., "D. B." (No. 3617), "Law Times Office, Bream'sbuildings, E.C.

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LAW. Experienced CASHIER, Book

keeper, and General Clerk (35) DESIRES ENGAGEMENT: country oflice preferred: experience in Managing Appointments: highest references; moderate salary required.-" B. W." (No. 3618), "Law Times " Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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LAMOR WANTERIER, Temporary Wortened
an experienced

Typist: terms moderate.-Address "R. W.,"
A. F. Chapple, 22. Chancery-lane.

care of Mr.

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AW. WANTED, a GENERAL CLERK write Shorthand and be prepared to make himself generally useful.-Apply, stating salary required, age, and experience, to L.' (No. 3618), Law Times Oflice, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

PARTNERSHIP. — SOLICITOR, LAW-WANTED, in a country Solicitor's

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town, would TAKE as Working PARTNER experienced young SOLICITOR: gentleman, private income, and some clients preferred: might Sell.-Write "Southern," Box 858, Willing's, 125, Strand, W.C.

office, an efficient SHORTHAND WRITER and TYPIST; must be able to Engross, have some knowledge of Conveyancing, Accounts, and County Court work.Write, stating age, experience, and salary required. to "A. H. T.,' care of Shaw and Sons, Fetter-lane, E.C. MANAGING CLERK

SOLICITOR LAW.WAPTED; South Wales: admitted man

LAW PARTNERSHIP. SOLICITOR

Managing Clerk in old-established London firm, DESIRES PARTNERSHIP: country or London; capital £1000."Spes " (No. 3617), "Law Times" Oflice, Bream'sbuildings, E.C.

LAW SOLICITOR with about 1500

diately for good General Practice in London, EC.-
Apply "Mutual " (No. 3618), Law Times
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not essential: state age, experience, references, and salary
required." P. T." (No. 3618), Law Times " Office,
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LAW. SHORTHAND TYPIST and

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required, to I" (No. 3618), "Law Times Office,
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