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PINDER, JAMES, late Ryhill, grocer. Ct. Wakefield. Oct. 8. PINK, JOHN, Rogate, farmer. Ct. Brighton. Oct 7.

PORTER, AMBROSE, Blackpool, wholesale jeweller. Ct. Preston. Oct. 8. PURSER, JACK, Guildford, coach builder. Ct. Guildford and Godalming. Oct. 9.

RANDALL, WILLIAM HENRY MAURICE, Leadenhall-st. Ct. High Court. Oct. 8.

KOBINSON, MARTHA ANN (trading as Robinson and Son), Benhall, coachbuilder, widow. Ct. Ipswich. Oct. 7.

ROONEY, GEORGE FRANCIS, Sheffield, insurance agent. Ct. Sheffield. Oct. 8.

SMEE, GEORGE ABRAHAM (trading as George Smee), Chelmsford, newsagent. Ct. Chelmsford. Oct. 7.

SMITH, GEORGE, late Abbotts Lench, miller. Ct. Worcester. Oct. 8. SOUTHWELL, REGINALD BENTLEY, Chetton, clerk in holy orders. Ct. Shrewsbury. Oct. 7.

SUMNER, ELIZABETH CATHERINE (spinster), Westgate-on-Sea, schoolmistress. Ct. Canterbury. Oct. 9,

TEASDALE, HENRY ROCHEFORT (trading as Teasdale and Son), Dipton, saddler. Ct. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Oct. 8. WHITLOCK, GRAHAM BRICE, Fareham, gentleman.

Oct. 1.

Ct. Portsmouth.

WILLIAMS. THOMAS, Blaenau Festiniog, quarry loader. Ct. Portmadoc and Festiniog. Oct. 9.

WINN, JAMES (trading as James Winn and Son), Rugby, builder.
Coventry. Oct. 9.

Ct.

WRIGHT, SYDNEY, Staines, builder. Ct. Kingston, Surrey. Oct. 8.

Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, Oct. 1. BOWLER, ALFRED (trading as Bowler and Dutton), Stockport, baker. Ct.. Stockport. Sept. 26.

GAZETTE, OCT. 15.

BRANCH, RICHARD COSSEY, South Lowestoft, cab proprietor. Ct. Great
Yarmouth. Oct. 10.
BRIMELOW, CHARLES, Manchester, metal agent. Ct. Manchester. Oct. 11.
CHAMBERS, JOHN BEATTIE, Kettering, commercial traveller. Ct. North-
ampton. Oct. 10.

COE, EDGAR, Norwich, corn merchant. Ct. Norwich. Oct. 11.

COSLETT, EDMUND, Llangennech, doubler at tin works. Ct. Carmarthen. Oct. 11.

COTTON, WALTER EDMUND HAMILTON STAPLETON (trading as the Bond-street Teeth Manufacturing Company), Canterbury, dental operator. Canterbury, Oct. 12,

Ct.

FARRELL, WILLIAM JAMES, late Luton, linotype operator. Ct. High Court. Oct. 12.

GERRETT, ALFRED, Oxford-rd, Ealing. Ct. High Court. Oct. 12.

GILL, THOMAS, Scotton, country butcher. Ct. York. Oct. 10.

HARBOURNE, ERNEST BIRCH, Brierley Hill, pawnbroker. Ct. Stourbridge. Oct. 9.

HARDING, HUBERT WILLIAM, Fleet, tailor. Ct. Guildford and Godalming. Oct. 10.

HOGG, JOHN, Wolverhampton, railway clerk. Ct. Wolverhampton. Oct. 12.

HUGHES, JOHN ELIAS WILLIAM, Bangor, fruiterer. Ct. Bangor. Oct. 10. KENNEDY, F., Vernon-pl, Bloomsbury. Ct. High Court. Oct. 9.

KIRBY, WILLIAM (trading as Kirby and Co.), Derby, basket maker. Ct.
Derby and Long Eaton.. Oct. 12.

LANCASTER, FRANCIS LEONARD, Luton, grocer. Ct. Luton Oct. 12.
LYON, HUBERT BOWES (trading and described in the receiving order as
the St. Pancras Automobile Company), Hampstead-rd. Ct. High
Court. Oct. 10.

MIGGE. WILLIAM (trading as the Leciform Company), Eastcheap, proprietary medicine vendor. Ct. High Court. Oct. 9.

MORRIS, JACOB (otherwise known as J. Morris, jun., in the receiving order described as Jacob Morris, jun., late trading as the Morris Express Company and as the Victor Polish Company), late Liverpool, passenger agent. Ct. Liverpool. Oct. 11.

OLSEN, OLSON, Llanelly, carpenter. Ct. Carmarthen. Oct. 12.

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM PELHAM, late Chiswick, licensed victualler. Ct. Brentford. Oct. 10.

ROSSITER, WALTER, North Petherton, carpenter. Ct. Bridgwater. Oct. 11. SAVAGE, LAWRENCE FRANCIS, late Lyndhurst-drive, Leytonstone, insurance broker. Ct. High Court. Oct. 10.

SHAW, BERTHOLD, late Scotton. engineer. Ct. York. Oct. 10.
SPALDING, ALFRED, Hoveton St. John, french polisher.

Oct. 12.

Ct. Norwich.

THOMAS. THOMAS. Pentre, collier. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and Porth. Oct. 11.

TRICKLEBANK, HENRY, Burton-on-Trent, pork butcher. Ct. Burton-on-
Trent. Oct. 11.

WARR, WILLIAM, Stourbridge, grocer. Ct. Stourbridge. Oct. 9.
WARNER. WILLIAM, Mansfield Woodhouse, hosiery manufacturer.
Nottingham. Oct. 10.

WILLIAMS. WILLIAM, Tremadoc, baker.
Oct. 11.

Ct.

Ct. Portmadoc and Festiniog.

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ATKINS. On the 29th ult., at Park Villa, College-rd, Eastbourne, Thomas de Courcy Atkins, B.A., Barrister-at-law, aged 78. COATSWORTH-On the 3rd inst., at 1, New-ct, Carey-st, Joseph Coatsworth, Barrister-at-law (Lincoln's-inn).

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LANG CLERKSHIPS or positions in Solicitor's Office

AW.-Solicitors REQUIRING MANAG

should apply to be placed on the Registers at Messrs ATHERTONS Ltd., 63 and 64, Chancery Lane, W.C.

AW. SOLICITOR (35; Public School) DESIRES MANAGING CLERKSHIP or Charge of Branch, preferably with view to Partnership; all-round experience in Conveyancing, Trust, Probate, High and County Court work, and General Practice; accustomed to act without supervision: salary £200.-" J. T." (No. 3628), "Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C. AW. SEEKS CLERKSHIP, town or country; experience Conveyancing, Probate, County Court work, and in Chancery and Common Law departments of well-known London Firm: salary £90.-Apply "A. O." (No. 3628), "Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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Commissioner,

twenty-four years' experience, owing to dissolution of Partnership, DESIRES MANAGING CLERKSHIP or Assistant Solicitorship in country office; experienced Conveyancer, Probate, and usual work of country office; excellent references; salary £250.-" Alpha" (No. 3629)," Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

AW. SOLICITOR (admitted; 24; Public in town or country: well experienced in all branches of Conveyancing (Mellersh prize for Conveyancing) and in Probate and General Practice; good Draftsman; knowledge of High Court and County Court Practice: salary (as at present) £150; disengaged shortly." W." (No. 3628), "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C. SOLICITOR wishes RE

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LAOMMEND TO CONVEYANCING CLERK (JOLLE

Honoursman); excellent Draftsman; hard worker; good Lawyer; willing to undertake Advocacy; moderate salary. -Apply A. W. S.," 133, St. Owen-street, Hereford.

CORPORATION OF

ORPORATION of HUDDERSFIELD. APPLICATIONS from admitted Solicitors under 33 years of age for the APPOINTMENT of ASSISTANT SOLICI TOR in the Office of their Town Clerk.

Candidates must have had a sound training and experi ence in Conveyancing, and be prepared to assist generally as required in the work of the office.

Salary £150, rising by three annual increments to £200. Applications on the approved forms copies of which may be obtained from the undersigned-accompared by copies of not more than three testimonials (which will not be returned), indorsed "Solicitor," must reach me not later than the 4th November 1912. Canvassing the members of the Council will disqualify. By order, J. HENRY FIELD, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Huddersfield, 17th October 1912. COUNTY OF ESSEX.

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THE STANDINGpplications from duly qualified

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APPOINTMENT of ASSISTANT SOLICITOR in the OFFICE of the CLERK of the PEACE and COUNTY COUNCIL for the County.

The salary will be £300 per annum, rising by annal instalments of £20 to £400 per annum, and the gentleman appointed will be required to devote his whole time to the duties of his office, and not to engage in any other occupation for profit without the sanction of the Standing Joint Committee.

The appointment will be terminable by three months' notice on either side.

Applicants should state their age and experience of any) in Conveyancing, Advocacy, and County Government Practice, and applications, with copies of not more than three testimonials (which will not be returned), monst reach me in a packet, indorsed Assistant Soliciter," not later than 10 a.m. on Saturday, the 9th November JOHN H. GOOLD, Clerk of the Standing Joint Committee. Shire Hall, Chelmsford, 25th October 1912. AW. То SOLICITORS. If you

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DESIRES CHANGE; Engrossing, Shorthand. knowledge of Conveyancing, and Costs: salary 35s.-"E. B. (No. 3630), "Law Times Office, Bream'ebuildings, E.C.

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London experience) SEEKS ENGAGEMENT: Shorthand, Engrossing, knowledge of the Courts, Costs, and Conveyancing, collection of Rents and Mortgage Interests; salary about 30s.: excellent references.Address C. H. B." (No. 3630), "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

LAWhite, Trust,xperienced Conveyancing

RE-ENGAGEMENT; town and country experience: "R.," 21, James-street,

excellent references.--Address Rochester, Kent.

AW. SOLICITOR (aged 25; M.A. Oxon.) Solicitors; would interview, or write all particulars."C. T." (No. 3630), "Law Times Office. Bream'sbuildings, E.C.

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district in the West of England, wishes to MEET with a PARTNER who is in a position to introduce capital for temporary Loans, &c., and could influence Trust or other Moneys for investment on Mortgage; the Practice is an old-established one; probable return to applicant would be about £500 per year.-Address "Z" (No 3626), Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the City and County of the City of Nottingham will be held on TUESDAY the 29th day of OCTOBER 1912, at the Guildhall, Burton-street, in the said City, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, when and where all persons bound by recognisances to appear, or who have any business to transact, at the said Sessions, are required to attend. Instructions for Indictments to be given to the Clerk of the Peace not later than the Tuesday preceding. FRANK B. HARRIS, Clerk of the Peace. Clerk of the Peace's Office, Guildhall, Nottingham. O SOLICITORS and EXECUTORS.One interested in Old Books, Drama, &c., (sixteenth-eighteenth century), Fine Bindings, Prints, Sporting Scenes, Colour Prints, Autographs, Illuminated Manuscripts, will be pleased to hear of any COLLECTIONS or fine Single Items which are to be disposed of no dealers - H. W." (No. 3627), "Law Times Office. Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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SHIP: Shorthand, Typewriting. Engrossing, and general work; excellent references; town and country experience: 21s. per week.-"Junior" (No. 3630), "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

AW.-Young SOLICITOR (Public School

general

experience: salary moderate.-Apply Zip (No. 3630), Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C. AW.-SOLICITOR and Public Notary

Firm, DESIRES POST, town or country; good Conveyancing and general Litigious experience, including Advocacy.- “T. W." (No. 3630), "Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

LAW. SOLICITOR (27; Old Cliftonian

Unionist: admitted

DESIRES CLERKSHIP, Clerkship with view to Partnership, or Secretaryship (political or otherwise); considerable experience in

Conveyancing. Probate, Trust, and general work. Apply

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C." (No. 3630). "Law Times Office, Bream'sbuildings, E.C.

THE ESSEX INSURANCE COMMITTEE. HE ESSEX INSURANCE COMMITTEE. invite APPLICATIONS for the Office of CLERK

of the COMMITTEE, at a commencing salary of £350 per annum, rising at the discretion of the Committee to a maximum of £500 per annum. Applicants must be between the ages of 25 years and 45 years, and, other things being equal, preference will be given to a candidate with experience of public work. The gentleman appointed will be required to enter upon the duties of his office not later than the 1st January 1913, and to The devote the whole of his time to those duties, appointment will be subject to three months' notice on either side, and carries with it no superannuation or pension.-Particulars and forms of application will be supplied by me on receipt of a stamped addressed envelope (foolscap size, and applications, on the form to be obtained from me, accompanied by copies of not more than three testimonials (which will not be returned), in envelopes marked on the outside "Clerkship," must be received at my office not later than noon on Saturday, the 2nd of November proximo. Canvassing in any form will be deemed a disqualification.

JOHN H. GOOLD Clerk of the Committee. Tindal-square, Chelmsford, 17th October 1912.

AW.-JUNIOR Shorthand, Typewriting, and Engrossing CLERK REQUIRED by a Fir of Solicitors within easy distance of London.-State age, salary, and full particulars, to "Invicta" (No. 3630, Law Times" Office, Bream's buildings, EC. AW.-WANTED, immediately,

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young

SOLICITOR to manage established Branch Office under supervision; General Practice: opportunity may arise to purchase small share.-Apply, stating age, etperience, and salary required, to "L. B. H." (No. 363 Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

AW.-WANTED, COPYING CLERK. non-smoker; knowledge of Law work.-Apply, stating are and salary required, X. X. (No. 36301, Law Tile Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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