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LAWSITIONUNIORon Solicitor's office: County

Court Practice: Typing, Engrossing, poet, and general
office work: moderate salary.- C.," 87, Arlington-street,
Islington, N.

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ence, General Practice, DESIRES CLERKSHIP: town
or country: able to act in Conveyancing and Probate
Work without supervision; reliable; moderate salary.-
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education), experience in Conveyancing, Trust, and
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of Solicitor's Book-keeping, Abstracting, Engrossing,
Shorthand, and Typewriting, plans, and general office
work; excellent references.-" J. B." (No. 3607),
Times Office, Bream's-buildings, EC.

tion, LL.B., Bar, Preliminary Medical, and al
PUBLIO EXAMINATIONS. Special Preparation for
Consular Service (most important for Solicitors), by JOHN
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GIBSON, M.A. (First Class Camb.).
Law

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arrears

CLERK, ex-Costs Draftsman (specialist).
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(No. 3606), "Law Times
porary or other.-" Arrears "
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YOUNTY BOROUGH of ROTHERHAM.

of the PEACE.

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Conditions of appointment may be obtained on applica-.
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ABRAHAM HAMMOND. Deceased. EMILY BARNES, Deceased. HEREAS by an Order of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice, made in an Action Jones v. Barnes, 1912, J. 25. an Inquiry was directed whether Emily Barnes ever and when and in any and what manner exercised the power of appointment contained in the Will of the Testator Abraham Hammond. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that any person having in his or her possession any WILL made by EMILY BARNES, late of 493, Southwark-park-road, London, S.E., formerly of Chelmsford, in the county of Essex. Spinster, who died on the 24th November 1909, is required to produce the same at the Chambers of Mr. Justice Warrington and Mr. Justice Parker, at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London Room No. 315), on Thursday, the 13th June 1912. at Twelve o'clock noon. Dated this 3rd day of May 1919.

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(Tunbridge

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JUNIOR CLERK (20-25); Engrossing, Shorthand, and Typewriting; speed essential. Reply, stating experience, speed, salary required, with references and specimen engrossing. 8. G. F." (No. 3607), "Law Tinies Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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AW.-WANTED, a JUNIOR CLERK in County Court office in a small Midland town, and to assist generally good Handwriting indispensable. -Apply M. H." (No. 3607), "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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