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LEGAL OBITUARY.

Mr. ALFRED DOUBLE died on the 18th inst. He was a member of the Court of Common Council and a justice of the peace for the county of London. Mr. Double, who was born at Colchester in 1848, was a solicitor, and head of the firm of Messrs. Alfred Double and Sons, Fore-street. He joined the corporation as a representative of the Ward of Cripplegate Without in 1887, and served as chairman of the Law and City Courts Committee, and of the West Ham Park Committee. He was formerly Prime Warden of the Basket Makers' Company. Mr. Double was

admitted in 1881.

Mr. MONTAGUE KINGSFORD died at Canterbury on the 19th inst. at the age of eighty-three. He was a son of the late Mr. Henry Kingsford, of Littlebourne, near Canterbury, and for many years he was head of the firm of Kingsford, Wightwick, and Co. He held the appointment of clerk to the Commissioners of Sewers for East Kent from 1858 to 1900, and he also acted as agent and solicitor to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury Cathedral.

Mr. W. YATES COCKBURN, chairman of the Kingston-onThames County Bench and a Deputy-Lieutenant for Surrey, died at Surbiton on Tuesday last. Mr. Cockburn, who was related to the late Lord Chief Justice Cockburn, was seventy-one years of age, and was for some years a judge's marshal at assizes. Mr. Cockburn was appointed to the commission of the peace for Surrey in 1876, and was elected chairman of the Kingston County Bench about fifteen years ago, and in 1891 was offered and declined the position of deputy-chairman of quarter sessions.

THE COURTS AND COURT PAPERS.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.-LONG VACATION
NOTICE.

DURING the remainder of the Vacation, all applications "which may require to be immediately or promptly heard," are to be made to the Hon. Mr. Justice Avory.

COURT BUSINESS.-The Hon. Mr. Justice Avory will, until further notice, sit in the Lord Chief Justice's Court, Royal Courts of Justice, at 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday in every week, commencing on Wednesday, the 11th Sept., for the purpose of hearing such applications of the above nature as, according to the practice in the Chancery Division, are usually heard in court. No case will be placed in the judge's paper unless leave has been previously obtained, or a certificate of counsel that the case requires to be immediately or promptly heard, and stating oncisely the reasons, is left with the papers. The necessary papers, relating to every application made to the Vacation judges (see notice below as to judges' papers), are to be left with the cause clerk in attendance, Chancery Registrars' Office, Room 136, Royal Courts of Justice, before one o'clock two days previous to the day on which the application is intended to be made. When the cause clerk is not in attendance they may be left at Room 136, under cover, addressed to him, and marked outside Chancery Vacation papers, or they may be sent by post, but in either case so as to be received by the time aforesaid.

URGENT MATTERS WHEN JUDGE NOT PRESENT IN COURT OR CHAMBERS.-Application may be made in any case of urgency to the judge, personally (if necessary), or by post or rail, prepaid, accompanied by the brief of counsel, office copies of the affidavits in support of the application, and also by a minute, on a separate sheet of paper, signed by counsel, of the order he may consider the applicant entitled to, and also an envelope, sufficiently stamped capable of receiving the papers, addressed as follows: " Chancery Official Letter: To the Registrar in Vacation, Chancery Registrars' Office, Royal Courts of Justice, London, W.C." On appli cations for injunctions, in addition to the above, a copy of the writ and a certificate of writ issued must also be sent. The papers sent to the judge will be returned to the registrar. The address of the judge for the time being acting as Vacation judge can be obtained on application at Room 136, Royal Courts of Justice.

CHANCERY CHAMBER BUSINESS.-The chambers of Justices Swinfen Eady and Neville will be open for Vacation business on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in each week, from

ten to two o'clock.

KING'S BENCH CHAMBER BUSINESS.-The Hon. Mr. Justice Avory will, until further notice, sit for the disposal of King's Bench business in Judges' Chambers at 10.30 a.m. on Tuesday in every week, commencing on Tuesday, the 10th Sept.

PROBATE AND DIVORCE.-Summonses will be heard by the registrar at the Principal Probate Registry, Somerset House, every day during the Vacation at 11.30 (Saturdays excepted).

Motions will be heard by the registrar on Wednesdays, the 11th, and 25th Sept., at the Principal Probate Registry, at 12.30. Decrees will be made absolute on Wednesdays, the 18th Sept., and the 2nd Oct. All papers for motions and for making decrees absolute are to be left at the Contentious Department, Somerset House, before two o'clock on the preceding Friday. The offices of the Probate and Divorce Registries will be opened at eleven and closed at three o'clock, except on Saturdays, when the offices will be opened at ten and closed at one o'clock.

JUDGE'S PAPERS FOR USE IN COURT.-CHANCERY DIVISION. -The following papers for the Vacation judge are required to be left with the cause clerk in attendance at the Chancery Registrars' Office, Room 136, Royal Courts of Justice, on or before one o'clock, two days previous to the day on which the application to the judge is intended to be made: 1. Counsel's certificate of urgency or note of special leave granted by the judge. 2. Two copies of writ and two copies of pleadings (if any), and any other documents showing the nature of the application. 3. Two copies of notice of motion. 4. Office copy affidavits in support, and also affidavits in answer (if any).

N.B.-Solicitors are requested, when the application has been disposed of, to apply at once to the judge's clerk in court for the return of their papers.

Chancery Registrars' Office, Royal Courts of Justice,
Sept. 1912.

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GAZETTE, SEPT. 20.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy CARLISH, ANTHONY (trading as Carlish's), Holborn, tailor. Sept. 16. CROUDACE, HENRY, late Charlton-rd, Blackheath, director of companies. Sept. 16.

MIGGE, WILLIAM (trading as the Leciform Company), Eastcheap, proprietary medicine vendor. Sept. 18.

ROCKLIFF, JOHN HENRY, Clerkenwell-rd, cycle factor. Sept. 17.
WEBER, LEWIS, and WEBER, SOLOMON (trading as Isaac Weber and Sons),
Leman-st, Whitechapel, boot manufacturers. Sept. 17.

To surrender at their respective District Courts.

BENEFIELD, JOHN, East Howe, baker. Ct. Poole. Sept. 18.
BOWMER, JOHN HENRY, Ilkeston, butcher. Ct. Derby and Long Eaton.
Sept. 17.

CLARK, EMMA, late Aldridge, boarding-house proprietress, widow. Ct.
Walsall. Sept. 17.

Cox, WILLIAM RICHARD, Birmingham, baker. Ct. Birmingham. Sept. 16
DAVIES, JOSEPH, Shrewsbury, baker. Ct. Shrewsbury. Sept. 17.
EDWARDS, JOSEPH, Bromsgrove, draper. Ct. Worcester. Sept. 17.
EDWARDS, JOHN, Belvedere, dairyman. Ct. Rochester. Sept. 18.
FRYER, JOSEPH, Leeds, late grocer. Ct. Leeds. Sept. 18.
GRANGER, ROBERT, Chingford, proofer. Ct. Edmonton. Sept. 16.
GREEN, ISIDORE, late Newbridge, outfitter. Ct. Newport, Mon, Sept. 16.
HARDY, JOHN HENRY, late Rastrick, milk dealer
HUGHES, JOHN, Llanidloes, greengrocer.
Ct. Halifax. Sept. 17.
Ct. Newtown. Sept. 16.
JACKSON, THOMPSON, late Hull, labourer. Ct. Kingston-upon-Hull.
Sept. 17.
JONES, HUGH PUGH, Llanbradach, builder. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystrady.
fodwg, and Porth. Sept. 18.
Ct. Aylesbury. Sept. 16.

KENNEDY AND Co., Beaconsfield, auctioneers.

MALLORY, DENIS F. (late trading as the Victoria Garage), Bournemouth, captain. Ct. Poole. Sept. 18.

MALTBY, FREDERICK, late Red Hill, licensed victualler. Ct. Nottingham. Sept. 18.

MAY, ERNEST HAROLD, Ibstock, late cinematograph proprietor. Ct. Leicester. Sept. 18.

PICKFORD, ALFRED, Newcastle-under-Lyme, baker. Ct. Hanley. Sept. 16.
RIDSDALE, JOHN, Stockton-on-Tees, late grocer. Ct. Stockton-on-Tees.
Sept. 14.

SANDERS, JAMES STANLEY, Swansea, shoeing smith.
Sept. 16.

Ct. Swansea

SILCOX, ALBERT, Abingdon, licensed victualler. Ct. Oxford. Sept. 17.
SPROSTON, JAMES, Goldenhill, coal dealer. Ct. Hanley. Sept. 16.
TAYLOR, SEPTIMUS, Sheffield, fruit salesman. Ct. Sheffield. Sept. 18.
Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, Sept. 13.
GREENWOOD, ALFRED HUBERT, Ramsey, potato merchant. Ct. Peter-
borough. Sept. 11.

GAZETTE, SEPT. 24.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy.
DUKE, GILBERT ASHTON, late Regent-st, Waterloo-pl, solicitor. Sept 20.
EVANS, DAVID O., Old Bond-st, ladies' tailor. Sept. 20.
GEORGE, OLIVER EDWARD, Portsdown-rd, Maida Vale. Sept. 20
JOHNSON, otherwise LEMAIRE, CARL, Cheapside. Sept. 20.
LEWIS, SIMON, High-st, Aldgate. Sept. 18.

RASON, THE HON. SIR CORNTHWAITE, Copthall-av. Sept. 18.
VILLIERS, CHARLES SHARP, Bridge Avenue-mansions, Hammersmith
Sept. 19.
WILLIAMS, MARY HELEN, Sloan-st, widow. Sept. 19.

To surrender at their respective District Courts.
BATTY, PAUL, Scarborough, stationer. Ct. Scarborough. Sept. 20.
CHILDS, SARAH, Bournemouth, baker. Ct. Poole. Sept. 19.
COOK, ERNEST WILLIAM, West Pennard, coal merchant. Ct. Wells.
Sept. 20.

COOPER, CLAUDE FREDERICK GEORGE, Clapham, draper. Ct. Wandsworth.
Sept. 19.

CORNFORTH, JOHN CHARLES, Darlington, painter Ct. Stockton-on-Tees.
Sept. 18.

EDGAR, GEORGE, Kirklinton, contractor. Ct. Carlisle Sept. 20.

GEACH, WILLIAM, Wimbledon, retired farmer. Ct. Wandsworth. Sept. 19.

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HOOLE, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Morecambe, fruiterer. Ct. Preston.
HOLT, JAMES, Bury, commission agent. Ct. Bolton. Sept 18
HUGHES, THOMAS, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, builder. Ct. Bangor.
HUSON, SAMUEL MARKILLEY, late Brighouse, licensed victualler.
Halifax. Sept. 19.

Sept. 19. Ct.

LAWSON, THOMAS CORNELIUS, late West Bergholt, surgeon. Ct. Col chester. Sept. 19.

MORRISH, E., late Wandsworth, butcher, widow. Ct. Wandsworth.
Sept. 19.

PARKES, HARRY, late Sandhill, tailor. Ct. Sheffield. Sept 19.
RANDLE, JOHN, Bloxwich, saddler. Ct. Walsall. Sept. 20.

RILEY, WILLIAM, Leicester, late hardware dealer Ct. Leicester. Sept. 20.
SHANOCK, ISAAC, Southend-on-Sea, draper's tallyman. Ct. Chelmsford
Sept. 20.

WOLFFE, JACOB ALEXANDER (trading as J. Alex. Wolffe and Co.), Birming-
ham, wholesale jeweller. Ct. Birmingham. Sept. 19.
WILLIAMS, PETER THOMAS, Brixham, fancy goods dealer. Ct. Plymouth.
Sept. 19.

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM, Gosport, fishmonger. Ct. Portsmouth. Sept. 20.

ADJUDICATIONS.

GAZETTE, SEPT. 20.

BISHOP, JOHN HENRY (trading as A. Bishop and Sons), Devonport, grocer. Ct. Plymouth. Sept. 17.

BLANCHFLOWER, VICTOR JAMES (trading as George Fraser and Son), Cirencester, tailor Ct. Swindon. Sept. 17.

BOWMER, JOHN HENRY, Ilkeston, butcher. Ct. Derby and Long Eaton. Sept. 17.

CLARK, EMMA, late Aldridge, boarding-house proprietress, widow. Ct. Walsall. Sept. 17.

COHEN, MYER, Finchley-rd, Hampstead. Ct. High Court. Sept. 16.

Cox, WILLIAM RICHARD, Birmingham, baker. Ct. Birmingham. Sept. 16.
CROUDACE, HENRY, late Charlton-rd, Blackheath, director of companies.
Ct. High Court. Sept. 18.

DAVIES, JOSEPH, Shrewsbury, baker. Ct. Shrewsbury. Sept. 17.
EDWARDS, JOSEPH, Bromsgrove, draper. Ct. Worcester Sept 17.
FRYER, JOSEPH, Leeds, late grocer. Ct. Leeds. Sept. 18.
GREEN, ISIDORE, late Newbridge, outfitter. Ct. Newport, Mon. Sept. 16.
HACK, WILLIAM EDWARD, Leicester, grocer. Ct. Leicester Sept. 17.
HARDY, JOHN HENRY, late Rastrick, milk dealer. Ct. Halifax. Sept. 17.
HESELTINE, ALFRED THOMAS (trading as Thomas and Co. and as Alfred
Heseltine, and described in the receiving order as Alfred Heseltine),
Gratton-ter, Cricklewood-broadway, builder. Ct. High Court.
Sept. 16.

HISTON, GEORGE, Walsall, timekeeper. Ct. Walsall. Sept. 18.
HOFFMANN, PHILIP CHRISTOPHER, Merthyr Tydfil, trades union organiser.
Ct. Merthyr Tydfil. Sept 18.

HUGHES, JOHN, Llanidloes, greengrocer.

Ct. Newtown. Sept. 16. HUTCHINSON, ROBERT (trading as William Wilson and Co.), Kendal, cycle dealer. Ct. Kendal. Sept. 18.

JACKSON, THOMPSON, late Hull, labourer. Ct. Kingston-upon-Hull. Sept. 17.

JOHNSON, JOHN GROVE, late Brook-st. Ct. High Court. Sept. 16. JONES, HUGH PUGH, Llanbradach, builder. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystrady. fodwg, and Porth. Sept. 18.

LESTERLEIGH, FRANK WILLIAM, Cheltenham, organist. Ct. Cheltenham. Sept. 18.

LINDSELL, JOHN RUTHVEN, late Park-st, gentleman. Ct. High Court. Sept. 18.

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LLOYD, J. F., Bishop's Cleeve, gentleman. Ct. Cheltenham. Sept. 17. MACCALLUM, A. E. G., Dover-st-chmbrs, Piccadilly. Ct. High Court. Sept. 18.

MALTBY, FREDERICK, late Red Hill, licensed victualler. Ct. Nottingham. Sept. 18.

MAY. ERNEST HAROLD, Ibstock, late cinematograph proprietor. Ct. Leicester. Sept. 18.

PICKFORD, ALFRED, Newcastle-under-Lyme, baker. Ct. Hanley. Sept. 16. RIDSDALE, JOHN, Stockton-on-Tees, late grocer Ct. Stockton-on-Tees. Sept. 14.

SANDERS, JAMES STANLEY, Swansea, shoeing smith. Ct. Swansea. Sept 16.

TAYLOR, SEPTIMUS, Sheffield, fruit salesman. Ct. Sheffield. Sept. 18. VIGERS, THOMAS WHITEHAIR, and FORD, ALBERT GEORGE NEPEAN (trading as the Standard Photographic Company), Kingsway, manufacturers of photographic paper. Ct. High Court. Sept. 18. WEBER, LEWIS, and WEBER, SOLOMON (trading as Isaac Weber and Sons), Leman-st, Whitechapel, boot manufacturers. Ct. High Court. Sept. 17.

GAZETTE, SEPT. 24.

Sept. 20.

ARNISON, JOSEPH, Thursby, tailor. Ct. Carlisle. Sept. 21.
ATKINSON, ROBERT, late Haswell, innkeeper. Ct. Sunderland. Sept. 20.
BARNETT, JUDAH, Southampton-st, Holborn. Ct. High Court.
BATTY, PAUL, Scarborough, stationer. Ct. Scarborough. Sept. 20.
BENEFIELD, JOHN, East Howe, baker. Ct. Poole. Sept. 18.

CARLISH, ANTHONY HANDEL (described in the receiving order as Anthony
Carlish, trading as Carlish's), Holborn, tailor. Ct. High Court.
Sept. 20.

CARTER, EDWIN C., Hastings, builder. Ct. Hastings. Sept. 19.

CHILDS, SARAH, Bournemouth, baker. Ct. Poole. Sept. 19.

COOK, ERNEST WILLIAM, West Pennard, coal merchant. Ct. Wells. Sept. 20.

COLE. GEORGE, Withington Station, coal merchant Ct. Hereford. Sept. 19.

CORNFORTH, JOHN CHARLES, Darlington, painter. Ct. Stockton-on-Tees.
Sept. 18.

EDGAR, GEORGE, Kirklinton, contractor. Ct. Carlisle Sept. 20.
EDWARDS, JOHN, Belvedere, dairyman. Ct. Rochester Sept. 20.
GRIMSHAW, THEODORE, late Gloucester, commercial traveller.
Sept. 21.

Ct. Poole.

HARRIS, WILLIAM PLAMPIN, Beer Alston, chemist. Ct. Plymouth.
Sept. 20.
HARRISON, VIOLET MARY (described in the receiving order as Violet
Johnson), late Upper Brook-st, Park-la, spinster Ct. High Court.
Sept. 20.

HAWKINS, ALFRED, late Birkenhead, West African merchant. Ct. Birkenhead. Sept. 19.

HEDLEY, WILLIAM, Hartlepool, licensed victualler. Ct. Sunderland. Sept. 18.

Sept. 20.

HOOLE, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Morecambe, fruiterer. Ct. Preston.
HOLT, JAMES, Bury, commission agent. Ct. Bolton. Sept. 20.
HOWES, EDWARD, Norwich, brick manufacturer. Ct. Norwich. Sept. 19.
HUGHES, THOMAS, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, builder. Ct. Bangor. Sept. 19
HUSON, SAMUEL MARKILLEY, late Brighouse, licensed victualler. Ct.
Halifax. Sept. 19.

MOLESWORTH, BAGOT FRANCIS, Queen's-gate, South Kensington, gentleman.

Court. Sept. 21.

Ct. High

Sept. 20

PARKES, HARRY, late Sandhill, tailor. Ct. Sheffield. Sept. 19.
RANDLE, JOHN, Bloxwich, saddler. Ct. Walsall Sept. 20.
RILEY, WILLIAM, Leicester, late hardware dealer Ct. Leicester.
ROCKLIFF, JOHN HENRY (trading as the Ray Rubber Company), Clerken-
well-rd, cycle factor. Ct. High Court, Sept. 19.
SHANOCK, ISAAC, Southend-on-Sea, draper's tallyman.
Sept. 20.

Ct. Chelmsford.

SPROSTON, JAMES, Goldenhill, coal dealer Ct. Hanley Sept. 18.
WILLIAMS, PETER THOMAS, Brixham, fancy goods dealer. Ct. Plymouth.
Sept. 19.

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM, Gosport, fishmonger. Ct. Portsmouth. Sept. 20.
WOLFFE, JACOB ALEXANDER (trading as J. Alex. Wolffe and Co.), Birming-
ham, wholesale jeweller. Ct. Birmingham. Sept. 20.
Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, Aug. 30.
BARNETT, DAVID EGERTON (described in the receiving order as Algernon
David Barnett), Pall Mall, Westminster. Ct. High Court. Aug. 26.
ADJUDICATION ANNULLED AND RECEIVING ORDER

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BOUSFIELD. On the 15th inst., at Eridor, Fitzalan-rd, Finchley, N., the wife of W. Eric Bousfield, of the Inner Temple, of a son. MACGREGOR. On the 14th inst., at Sessions House, Toungoo, Burmah, the wife of A. Macgregor, Divisional and Sessions Judge, of a daughter. DEATHS.

BEAUCHAMP On the 16th inst., at The Old Rectory, Powyke, Worcestershire, Arthur James Beauchamp, Solicitor, aged 60 years. RAYMOND. On the 15th inst., at Upper Norwood, Mary, wife of John Raymond, Barrister-at-law.

TRYON. On the 15th inst., at Bacombe Lodge, Wendover, Basil Frederick Tuckfield Tryon, eldest son of John Tryon, of Down Hall, Epsom, and 1, New-sq, Lincoln's-inn, W.C., aged 31.

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charmingly situated,

5. Crescent-road (within two minutes Crouch End
Station).-Superior BOARD-RESIDENCE; every com-
fort; thirty rooms; handsomely furnished; large sunny
bed rooms, drawing, dining, smoking rooms; separate
tables; electric light; baths; terms moderate; no extras.
'Phone, 1178 Hornsey.

Price (with Reports, 16pp. extra), 1s. 6d.
Without Reports, 9d.

THE OCEAN
ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE

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CORPORATION LIMITED.

For FIDELITY GUARANTEES,
SPECIAL INDEMNITIES,

ADMINISTRATION BONDS.

Security given on behalf of Receivers in Chancery,
Committees and Receivers in Lunacy, Bankruptcy
Trustees, &c., &c.

THE CORPORATION IS PREPARED TO '
ACT AS TRUSTEE.

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Assets
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T. M. E. ARMSTRONG,

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*Manager and Secretary.

MOORGATE STREET, LONDON, E.C.

HELMORE on KAIN'S SYSTEM of

SOLICITORS' BOOK-KEEPING.

All Account and Costs Books, with Short and Concise
Explanatory Treatise on the system, can be obtained of
HELMORE & HELMORE,

88, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, W.C.
Telephone: 994 Holborn.

DETECTIVE WORK.

Divorce and Confidential Inquiries Undertaken by
WM. PIERREPONT,

With SECRECY, ABILITY, and DESPATCH
Go to him if Blackmailed, Troubled, or in Difficulties
Special experience also in Will Cases.
WM. PIERREPONT,
27, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON, W.C.
T.A.: Bullseye, London." TN.: 10,972 Central &
491 Holborn,
REFERENCES TO LEADING LONDON SOLICITORS,

KATE EASTON,

"THE LADY DETECTIVE,"
LONDON'S LEADING WOMAN in every branch of
Detective Work. DIVORCE, COMMERCIAL
NEGOTIATIONS, &c.

OPEN DAY and NIGHT.
MALE and FEMALE STAFF.
References to Solicitors and Bankers.
10, WARWICK COURT, GRAY'S INN, W.C.
Telephone: 1541 HOLBORN.

WRIGHT'S DETECTIVE AGENCY,

23, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON, E.C. For PRIVATE INQUIRIES and SECRET WATCHINGS this Agency stands facile princeps for ability in conducting to a successful issue intricate matters requiring the greatest amount of discretion and skill. Lowest terms compatible with efficiency. CONSULTATIONS FREE. Telegrams: "Detailed, London." 'Phone: London Wall 8977 EDGAR WRIGHT, Manager, 23, MOORGATE STREET, E.C. (near Bank of England).

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HENRY SIMMONDS, MANAGER,

29 & 30, KING STREET, CHEAPSIDE, E.C. Telephone: 230 Bank.

The only system by which secrecy can be assured.Vide Press.

LONDON GAZETTE (published by authority) and LONDON and COUNTRY ADVERTISEMENT OFFICE No. 120, CHANCERY-LANE, FLEET-STREET, W.C.

HENRY GREEN, Advertisement Agent,

begs to direct the attention of the Legal Profession to the advantages of his long experience of upwards of fifty years in the special insertion of all pro forma notices, &c., and hereby solicits their continued support. N.B.Forms Gratis of Statutory Notices to Creditors and Dissolution of Partnership and Declaration. File of London! Gazette kept for free reference.

By Appointment

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