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Tuesday ...... Nov. 4 General paper The late Vice-Chancellor Sir John Wickens, who as high sheriff of that county in 1848. He was
5 Ditto died on the 23rd ult., at his residence, Chilgrove, also for many years Custos Brevium of the Court
7 Ditto near Chichester, in the fifty.ninth year of his age, of Common Pleas until the abolition of that office, Friday was the second son of the late James Stephen when he retired with a pension, and he was like- Saturday.
8 Petitions, short
canses, ad. journed summonses,
and Wickeds, Esq., solicitor, of Chandos-street, wise formerly. Major of the Durham Militia.
general paper Cavendish-square, London, by Anne Goodenough, | According to Sir Bernard Burke, the family of the
10 General paper daughter of John Huyter, Esq., of Winterbourne late baronet is descended from Robert de Eden,
11 Ditto Stoke, Wilts, and sister of the Right Hon. Sir who died in 1413; and they have received two Wednesday 12 Ditto William Goodenough Hayter, of Southill Park, peerages, in the persons of Lord Henley and Lord Thursday 13 Motions and general paper Berks. He was born in the year 1815, and was Auckland. The baronetcy of West Auckland was Friday
14 General paper
15 Petitions, short educated under Dr. Keate at Eton, where he conferred, in 1672, upon Robert Eden, Esq., of Saturday...
journed summonses, obtained the Newcastle Scholarship, and soon that place, M.P. for Durham, and that of Mary,
general paper afterwards he was elected to an open scholarship land in 1776, on the governor of the province of
17 General paper at Balliol College, Oxford, then in the height of Maryland, who was the second son of the third Tuesday
18 Ditto its first successes under the late Dr. Jenkins, baronet of the older creation. The issue of the Wednesday 19 Ditto
20 Motions and general paper afterwards Dean of Wells. At Oxford he closed eldest son having become extinct in 1844, the Thursday
21 General paper his undergraduate career, during which he ob. representation of the family and of the two Friday
22 Petitions, short causes, tained, among other distinctions, the Newdigate baronetcies devolved on Sir William Eden, the Saturday
and Prize for English Verse, by taking his Bachelor's baronet now deceased. The late baronet married
general paper degree in Michaelmas Term 1836, as a "double in 1814 Elfrida, youngest daughter of Colonel Monday
24 General paper first class." He did not, however, obtain the Iremonger, of Wherwell Priory, Hampshire, by Tuesday
25 Motions and general paper much coveted hononr of a Balliol Fellowship, as
whom he had a family of four sons and five At the Rolls, unopposed petitions must be presented, his facetious propensities had shown themselves daughters. His eldest surviving son, William, and copies left with the secretary, on or before the in several practical jokes against the master and who now succeeds to the title and estates, was Thursday preceding the Saturday on which it is in.
tended they should be heard. tators of his college, which appeared to them to born in 1849.
Causes set down previous to Transfer. render it extremely doubtful whether he would
Benson v. Winkworth Pritchard v. Collette ever settle down into a staid, sober, and demure
Collette v. Pritchard "Don, such as they who 'congregated in the THE COURTS & COURT PAPERS. Hay v. Bates
Clowes v. Hogg
Patrick v. Gye Balliol Common Room. He afterwards settled in
Wood v. Wood
Ridgway v, Ridgway London to study for the Bar, and in Easter
SITTINGS AND CAUSE LIST FOR
King v. Dixon
Ridgway v. Ridgway Term 1810, he was called by the Honourable Society
MICHAELMAS TERM 1873.
Remaining Carlses transferred from the Bools of the of Lincoln's-inn, and in a short time obtained a
Vice Chancellors Sir R. MALINS and Sir J. WICKENS,
by Order dated 2nd May 1873. considerable practice. His reputation as an equity
Hards v. King
Cleary v. Kennington draftsman while at the Bar was very great, and
Fortune v. Thompson The Blake Sole Sewing he was believed to possess a most accurrate Court of Appeal in Chancery.
Innes v. Mathias
Machine Company (Liacquaintance with the science of Chancery plead.
(Before the LORD CHANCELLOR.)
Boatwright v. Boatwright mited v. Hart ing, which, as most of our readers know, is a
Marler v. Tommas
Wynne v. Tbe North Staf. Nov. 3 Appeal motions
Chambers v. Saffery branch of knowledge not now much cultivated. Monday
fordshire Railway Com. At Lincoln's-inn.
Scott v. Laver
pany In 1868 he was appointed to succeed the present Tuesday ....... Nov. 4 Appeals
Iewis v. Musgrove
Bolton v. White
Neal v. Pearce
Overend, Gurney, and Co. Chancellor of England, as Vice-Chancellor of the Thursday
Power v. Williams
(Limited) v. Brett Duchy of Lancaster, å position which has often Friday
7 Petitions and appeals
Tretbewy v. Helyar
Stokes v. King 10 Appeals
Hadwen v. Kenworthy proved a stepping stone to the bench of the Monday
Fletcher v. Fletcher 11 Ditto
Thomas v. Thomas
Holland v. Gutch High Court of Chancery. Mr. Wickens held Tuesday
Wednesday at the same time another office which is now
12 Appeal motions and appeals
Chambers v. Chambers Hodges v. Wieland Thursday 13 Appeals
Retallick v. Huxham
Martin Kent Coast looked upon as giving its occupant a still greater Friday
Cameron v. Leyland
Railway Company claim to a judgeship. He acted for some time as Monday
Salmon v. Brooks
Maxfield v. Burton
18 what is called the Attorney General's “Devil” in Tuesday
Wood v. Wood
Outin v. Heathcote
Rowlandson v. Mercer Equity.
19 Appeal motions and apper
Larkins v. Phipps In April, 1871, the deceased judge Weinesday
Thursday succeeded Sir John Stuart, on his resignation, as
Murrell r. Ferryman The Ystalyfera Iron Co. 21. Petitions and appeals Friday
Wagstaff v. Kemp.
Neath and one of the Vice-Chancellors of England. The
Wilkinson v. Wilkinson Brecon Railway Co. career of Sir John Wickens on the judicial bench, Tuesday
25 Appeal motions and appeals
The Comptoir D’Escompte Budd v. The Neath and though so short, was sufficient to show that he The Lord Chancellor will (except on Saturdays)
de Paris v. The Consoli. Brecon Railway Co.
dated Bank (Limited) Cruick-hank u. Bland possessed the very highest qualities which can be during Term usually sit in full Court with the Lords
Sidney v. Sidney
Bartlett v. Weeks looked for in an equity judge. Indeed, he had Justices of the Court of Appeal.
Gibson v. Woodruff
Rice v. Castle showed himself to be abundantly endowed with
(Before the LORDS JUSTICES.)
Enfield v. Roscoe
Steers v. Eveleigh these even when practising at the Bar. There
Clarke v. Allison
Rowsell o. Morris was always something fair and judicial in his Monday Nov. 3 Appeal motions
Dent v. Hoye
Watson v. Boss
At Lincoln's-inn. arguments as an
Hill v. till advocate. In his judicial Tuesday ...... Nov. 4 Appeals
Jetirey o. Hopkins Burton v. Maw
Smith v. Keysell capacity Sir John Wickens was called upon to Wednesday
Mapleson v. Bentham Pearson v. Hall deal with a number of difficult cases, including, in Thursday
Clarke v. Clarke
Nirholson v. Welşh particular, many which involved the constructions Friday
7 Bankrupt appeals and appeals Somes v. Renton
Jackson v, Paul of wills, and very few of his decisions were called Saturday..
8 Petitions in lunacy and appeal | Hill v. Fry
Brayshay v. Robinson in question with success. His name is perhaps
Hayoe v. Hayne
Kellaway, pauper, Monday 10 Appeals
Rowe v. Rowe best known to the public as the judge who Tuesday
11 Appeals from the County Pala- Graesser v. Crowther The Ramsgate District decided the case of Aylesford v. Morris, which at
tine of Lancaster, appeals White v. Matthews,
Local Board v. Daniel the time was very much canvassed in all quarters.
from the Stannaries Court, White v. Latters
Dickson v. Dickson Vice-Chancellor Wickens, it will be remembered,
Kenworthy v. Coffin
Averill v. Beeston relieved the Earl of Aylesford from a bargain by Wednesday ......... 12 Appeal motions and appeals Fanlkner v. Kershaw
Holden v. Holden Thursday 13 Appeals
Mair v, Mair which he had agreed to pay within six months of
Smith v. Smith
14 Bankrupt appeals and appeals his attaining his majority interest at the rate of Saturday 15 Petitions in lunacy and appeal
Causes set down since the Transfer. sixty per cent for a loan of money, and the Vice
Matthews v. Roberts Ibbetson v May Chancellor's decision was in March last upheld on Monday
Fulford v. Hilliard
Smith v. Holroyd 18 Ditto
St. John's College Cam. Mitchelson v. Thompson appeal by the Lord Chancellor and the Lords Tuesday Justices. He was a staff gownsman down to his
Wednesday 19 Appeal motions and appeals bridge v. Earl of Effing. Waring v. Currey
Jones v. Church elevation to the Bench, an appointment which he
21 Bankrupt appeals and appeals Newcomen v. Wharton Bond v. Surman held for many years as Equity Junior to the Saturday 22 Petitions in lunacy and appeal Sackville v. Smyth
Homes v. Postlethwaite Attorney-General being incompatible with his
Birks v. Wells
Grant v. Provest taking silk, and he never aspired to a seat in Monday ............. 24 Appeals
Glegg v. Rees
Raivford v. Moreton Parliament. “ Sir John Wickens," says a con.
Newell v. Keene
Frankish v. Morris temporary, was one of those men whose eleva- Such days (if any) as the Lords Justices shall be
Meyrick v. Mathias
The Thames Iron Works, Reid v. Johoston tion did not place a distance between himself and sitting with the Lord Chancellor or the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council are excepted.
Ship Building, Engineer. Miller v. Crockett his contemporaries at the Bar. He was always
ing, and Dry Dock Com. / Harris v Andrews easy and unaffected in his manners, both in and
pany (Limited) v. Nisbet | Jolly v. Ford Radcliffe v. Banks
Evans v. Evans out of court, and even since his elevation to the Re Middleton Cotton Spin. | Re Metropolitan Carriage Bench the Vice-Chancellor walking away from his ping and Manufacturing
and Repository Company Graham v. Drewe
Wright v. Johnston Blackburn v. Lamb Company (Limited), and (Limited),
and court with his cigar in his lips was not an
Meek, Knt. v. Webster Company's Acts ; ex parte pany's Acts ; et parte
Diniel v. Lloyd
Mulcaster Bell anfamiliar figure in the precincts of Lincoln's
Joseph v. Emanuel Inn." The late Vice-Chancellor Wickens married, Ro game Company ; ex parte Elmslie v. Beresford
Jarvis v. Bergheim
Berry v. Gibbong in 1845, Harriet Frances, daughter of William Clegg
Imperial Land Company of
Meek v. Corfield
Smith n Hart
Line v. Hall whom he leaves a family to lament his loss.
China, and Japan (Li- Re Matlock Old Bath Hy.
Blaxhull v. Alan mited), and Company's dropathic Company (Li
Coulson •, York-York v.
Few v. Berry
The Patent Marine Inven-
tions Co. (Limited) 1. case) The late Sir William Eden, Bart., of Windlestone same Bank (Alison's Re same Company (May. Reid v. Dannan
Dugdale r. Hays
Icke v. Uuderhill
Harrison v. Bagpall
Robinson v. Evang Webb v. Tulk
Lord Abinger 6. Ashton on the 21st olt., in the seventieth year of his
Greaves v. Lund
Minet v. Morgan age, was the eldest surviving son of the late Sir Cavander v. Bulteel City of London Brewery Basnett v. Moxon
Owen v. Symouds Frederick Morton Eden, Bart., of Maryland, U.S. Dallas v. Wolls
Company (Limited) v. Adie v. Clark
Nicholson v. Knott (who died in 1809), by Anne, daughter of James Bromilow v. Pilkington Tennant
Myers v. Smith
Lea v. Len
Elmer o. Creasy
Fuller v. South African Taylor v. Rule born in the year 1803. Ho succeeded to his Selby v. Nettle fold
Silver and Copper Min. Lacy v. Waite father's title, on the death of his brother, in 1814,
ing Company (Limited) Prait v. Carnsew Reason v. Mills
Miller v. Crockett and to that of his cousin, the late Sir Robert
May u. Porter
Atherton u. Merriman Johnson. Eden, Bart., of West Auckland, in 1844.
O'Donoghue v. Lamb Suillu. Elliott Sir William was & magistrate and deputy. Monday Nov. 3 Motions
Watson v. Watson
Price u. Bainus
V.C. Malins' Court.
At Westminster. Monday ...... Nov. 3 Motions
At Lincoln's-inn. Tuesday. Nov. 4 General paper Wednesday
5 Ditto Thursday
6 Ditto Friday
7 Petitions and general pa per Saturday
8 Short causes, adjourned sum.
minses, and general paper Monday
10 General paper Tuesday
11 Ditto Wednesday
12 Ditto Thursday
13 Motions and general paper Frida v
Petitions and general paper Saturday
15 Short causes, adjourned sum.
monses, and general paper Monday
17 County Court appeals and gene.
ral paper Tuesday
18 General paper Wednesday
19 Ditto Thursday
20 Motions ond general paper Friday
21 Petitions and general paper Saturday
22 Sbort causes, adjuurned sum.
monses, and general paper Monday
24 General paper Tuesday
25 Motions and general paper
(Lim ) 0. The Anglo- Allen v. Lewis
Barnston v. Barnston Smith v. Government Stock Laurie v. Hemsworth Investment Co.
Carey 1. Lloyd Smith v. Government Stock Mortimer v. Ring Iuvestment Co.
Caballero v. Henty Coulthurst v. Smith
Cleaver v. Jones Hatton o. Haywood
Rotch v. Marshall Trowell v. Spreckley
Murrell v. Elkins Denny v. Morris
Pollard v. Wright Armstrong v. Holmes Johnson v. Bailoy Bide v. Harrison
Camm v. Read Maxwell v. Maxwell
Hockin . Hockin United Lands Co. (Lim.) | Bailey v. Hartley
v. Great Eastern Ry. Co. Gibson v. Taylor Davies v. Howells
MacLellan v. Buchanan Prescott v. Barker
Wilson v. Compton Maynard v. Eaton
Johnson v. Johnson Raggett v. Fiqilater Devereux v. Dickson Pidsley 0. Pidsley
Delaney v. Hodgson Hawks v. Lougridge Topkeu r. Parrott Hanson v. Leighton
Hancock v. Heaton Harvey v. Horry
Parker 1. McKenna Digby v. Ward
Gatecliff v. Ward
Colson v. Norris
Assam (Lim.) (by Official Burnand v. Taylor
Navigation Co. v. Swin. White v. Witt don Water Works Co. Brown v. Beet (Lim.)
Kitchin v. Ibbetson
Souch v. East London Rail.
Peel v. Smith
Humphrey v. Lawson
Lane v. Salt
Thynne v. Day Jones v. Habershon
Okey v. Hogg Bain v. Percy
Cayless v. Sills Smith v. Grant
Leach v. Smith Whitely v Kemp
Kolbel v. Gardner Brock v. Cridland
Prince v, Dear Newman - Hendy
Hardiog v. Spiller Kent v, Kent
Thomas v. Howell Nind v. Church
Palmer v. Akers Schollick v. Edye
Smith v. Smith Pickering v. Ager
Moses v. James
May v. May
Day v. Stoward
Lucas v. Siggers Randeil v. Samels
Higgs v. Ritherdon Kelsey v. Kelsey
Stephenson v. Stephenson Bryan v. Moss
Perring v. Trail Parks u. Briscoe
Nalborough v Jackaman Street v. Bonsor
Sedlmaier v. Lawrie Canter v. Wodehouse Hooper v. Hooper Pizzey v. Wilkinson
Trebilcock v. Thomas Barrett v. Beck
Collins v. Thorn Flood v. Hampden
Blayney v. Lawrence Kettle v. Drayner
Pearce v. Londan TramBarnes v. Barnes
ways Company (Limited) Goodwin v. Gray
Vickers v. Dicks Reece v. Reece
Shelton v. Kidman Lloyd v. Fivlay
Ball v. Connett Walker v. Dobson
Wier v. Gisborne De Bay v. Griffin
Ward v. Ramsden Plumer v. Gregory
Angell v. Angell Reunick v. Kino
Sykes v. Wilde Darcy v. Batt
Dutton v. Hockenhull
Smith v. Smith
Stafford u. Heaton
Parr v. Nunn Maupsell v. Payne
Blacque v. Rowlinson Ffrench . The British 'Howell v. Lloyd
Commercial Insurauce Whittet v. Hooper
Company (Limited) Moate v. Moate Gruning v. Smethurst Oakes v. Oakes Torrens v. Hilliard
Collins v. Slade Wbitaker v. Whitaker
Tnesday Nov, 18 General paper
20 Motions, adjourned summonses,
and general paper
21 Petitions, adjourned sum. Wednesday .......... 12 Ditto
monses, and general paper Thursday 13 Motions and adjourned sum- Saturday.
22 Short causes, adjourned summonses
monses and general paper Friday 14 General paper
26 General paper
25 Motions and general paper
Lyall v. Fluker
Tosswill r. Gillman Wednesday 19 Ditto
Stanford v. Fune
Ashman v. Blackstock, Thursday
20 Motions and adjourned sum- Adams v. North British Horwood v. Penny monses
Carnegie v. Carnegie
Magdalen College, Oxford Horton v. Hall
Wilkes v. Wilkes
Perham v. Legge
Beckett v. Ruckley Monday 24 In Bankruptcy
Perbam v. Legge
Haynes v. Earl
25 Motions and adjcurned sum. Wordsworth o. Crawshaw Wagstaff r. Colrin
Bullocke v. Bullocke Hodges v. Patrick
Griffithg v. Bedborough Browne r. White
Rowed v. Saunders
Dickinson c. Parr
Wilson v. Wilson
Payne v. Wright
Watts r. Watts
Gray v. Denton
Attorney General v. The Cook v. Needham
Mayor, &c. of Barnsley Hayes v. Wright Moon v. The Original Har. | Whittaker v. Whittaker Littledale v. Bickersteth Dimsdale v. Frith tlepool Collieries Co. Bousfield v. Bonsfield Wilkinson v. Elster
Silverthorne v. Spokes
Campbell v. Francis
De Lisle v. Hodges
Hastie v. Pilcher
Blackstock v. Blackstock Alleyne v. Alleyne
Ashmau v. Blackstock Harrisson v. Laver
Davies 1. Eggar
| Richardson v. Mallcott
Lewthwaite 1. Lewthwaite Cook v. Giggall
Benson v. Tyson
Sugg v. Foster
De Tourville v. Barton
Truman v, Manners. Sutton
Peters v. Haine
Waldy v. Bradshaw
Murton v. Bigham
Master v. Richards Chancellors Sir R. MALINS and Sir J. WICKENS, by
Braffield v. Scriven
Saull v. Saull
Pritchard v. Roberts
Stansfield r. Peverall
Leese v. Martin
Hopkin v. Ollard
Groom v. Groom
Sempill v. The Queensland Crawshay v. Crawshay
Sheer Investment Com.' Boutmy c. Bout my
Boutmy v. Burdeto
| Rhodes u. Rhodles Gallagher u. Fleming
Atkinson v. Joues
Clipperton v. Cartwright
Bell c. Bell
Re John Evang' Estate Brown v. Rye
Esans t. Evans
Walker v. Lawton
Hunter r. Wortly
De la Ruet. Marshall
Griunley r. Arnold
The Powell Dutfryn Steam Hervey v. Hervey
Coal Co. (Limited) v. The Darke o. Clough
Taff Vale Railway Co. Darke v. Starr
Miller v. Miller
*: Northampton Boydell r. Thornewell
Lanza, v. Lewin
and Banbury Junction
Darley v. Entwisle
Baron Howard of Glossop
Pickard u. Pickard
v. Earl of Shrewsbury
Lane v. Sewell
Spraggett v. Spraggett Whitehouse v. Horton
Gael v. Fenwick
Slick v. Stott
Binns r. Fisher
Adams r. Norris
Iver v. Armstrong
Littlefield v. Plomer
Oddy v. Green
Wilson v. Wilson
Wakefield r. Mattock
Christie v. Osington Coulson v. Tyrrell
Cator 4. Drew
Humphrys v. Bull
Curpick v. Tucker
Tetley v. Dunwell
Olahan 0. Oldbam
Gillespie r. Howard
Gill 0 Downing
Price v. Ray
Robins v. Gillam
Bruco v. Le Cert
Brown v. Moore
Milliken v. Lowe
Goo ison v. Richardson
Perry v. Bacon
Marsh v. Marsh
Augell t. Ronald
Hare v. Topham
Kidd v. Tallentine
Gwynne v. Coulthurst De Tourville v. Beswick
Viant o. Hart
· Boynton r. Boynton Grcaves v. Smith
M'Callan v Goole
Broadhurst r. Mellor
Attorney General v. Ray Fischer u, Edbrooke Causes set down since the Transfer.
Burbury v. Burbury Adcock v. Robinson Edmundson v. Hargreaves Adkins v. The Common Blackstock v. Asbman Havelock v. Priestly Mackett v. Bayliss
Council of City of Lon.
Chamberlain v. Chamber- | Laidler v. Laidler
West v. Bipps
Howlett v. Cole
Thomas v. Davies
Turner 1. London & South Gray v. Bateman
Western Railway Com. Haines v. Ricketts
Cann v. Cann
Any causes intended to be bearà as short causes
before the Master of the Rolls or either of the Viceprovement Commis. Earle v. Appleyard
Chancellors must be so marked at least one clear day sioyers Attorney Generalv. Metro.
before tbe same can be put in the paper to be so heard. Levy v. Creighton
politan Board of Works N.B.-In Vice-Chaucellor Wickens Court no cause, Hoggarth *. Simpson Gibbon v. Fox
motion for decree or further cousideration, can, except Vaughan v. Halliday Stenhouse t, Davidson
by order of the court, be marked to stand over, if it be within twelve of the last cause or matter in the printed
paper of the day for hearing.
Common Law Courts.
Court of Probate,
Nov. 12 Thursday
......... Nov. 5 Wednesday Friday
13 7 Petitions,
6 Thursday sum
14 monses, and general paper
7 Friday Saturday
Saturday 8 Short causes, adjourned sum.
monses, and general paper
Beale v. Beale (otherwise Harris and Pittam
Simons and others and general paper
Caulton and Caulton v. Wood v. Wood
Gibbons v. Lowe
Jackson n. Jackson monses, and general paper Murray ". Murray
Harvey r, Peck and John. Monday 17 General paper
Presland 0. Longueville son
Liquidations by Arrangement.
Harper v. Harper & Lyttle | Noverre falsely called BYAM, EDWARD G., captain in 8. M.'s army, Woolston, near Tichborne . Tichborne Ruston v. Evans & Evans,
(Queen's Proctor inter
Southampton, Pet. Oot. 23. Reg. Thorndike. Sur. Xov. 11 Bridgman 1. Bridgman
HUTTON, ALEXANDER, silk agent, Nottingham, Pet. Oct. 94. Durant Durant . and Wade & Rogers interven.
Reg. Patchitt. Sur. Nov, 10
Tanner r. Tanner
Pet. Oct. 24.
Reg. Phillips, Sur. Noy. 8 Bird and others v. Bird Carter 1. Johnson & John.
Special Jury Causes.
SPICER, WILLIAM, baker, Wareham. Pet. Oct. 24. Reg. Dickin. Spencer and Simpson v. son Benn v. Benn, Okeden and Stanford v. Stanford
son. Sur. Nov. 7 Pepperdine.
Bulley . Daubeny
Gazette, Oct, 21.
Logan v. Logan and Rat
ABRAHAMS, ABRAHAM, boot warehouseman, Bath. June 3, 1873 Turner r. Broadwood
Cooper 0._Cooper, and others. Smith cited
Logan v. Logan Boyes r. Wall and Barrett Burrage v. Burrage
Queen's Proctor inter. Troeman o, Trueman and Emanuel and Salomon v. Gayler & Gayler v. M'Cleish
FIRST MEETINGS. son
Collins and Leonard
Smith v. Smith
Gazette, Oct. 24.
ABEL, GEORGE, Schnolmaster. Brighton. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov. 10, Heaword v. Hardon and White and others v. Hal. Rubery.". Rubery and Fraser v. Fraser
at three, at ottice of Sols. Black, Freeman, and Gell, Brighton Hardop
ford and others
ADAMS, SARAH, widow, of no occupation, Longton. Pet. Oct. 18. Marsh and Cookson 1. An. Chantrell v. Chantrell and
Nov. 4, at eleven, at omce of Sol. Stevenson, Hanley Sbapland V. Sbapland ; (Queen's Proctor interderton Lamb
AVIS, EDWARD HORWOOD, transfer printer, Birmingham. Pet.
vening) Copeman and
Oct. 21. Nov. 5, at twelve, at office of Sols. Jelf and Goule, Bir. Prest
Shapland v. Shapland v. Brackpool v. Patterson
and Suddick v. Suddick and Wrout Bridges V. Bridges
mingham Robing and Finglass 0.
BATTY, JOUX, wholesale druggist, Hull. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov.5, at Baylis & Shirley v. Smith
twelve, at othces of Sols. Stead and Sibree, Hull
Proctor intervening) John and John 0, Ellis and Gregory v. Davison
Proctor intervening) BELCHER, NAPOLEON, and STAGG, WILLIAM, brewers, HaesardRhodes t'. Rhodes and Palmer v. Palmer
st, Hackney-rd. Pet. Oct. 21. Nov. 13, at twelve, at offices of others Carter v. Timmings
Sols. Duttield and Bruty, Tokenhouse.yd
BISHOP, WILLIAM ROBERT, butcher, Brondway, Ealing. Pet. Oct.
14. Nov. 4, at three, at the New-inn, Esling. Sol. Philp, Hayes
Barker Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Canses.
BLAKE, FRANcis THOMAS, shipbuilder, Hope Shipbuilding-yard. Morris v. Morris
Cleland. Cleland and Northfleet. Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 20, at three, at Barnard, Clark, Fall Court Wednesday, Nov. 12 Kingsley v. Kingsley, Fluke--Cleland 0. Cle.
M'Lean, and Co., Lothbury. Sols. Messrs. Beard, Basinghall-st
BOND, WILLIAM, innkeeper, Callington, Pet. Oct. 21. Nov. 8,
at eleven, at oftice of Sol. Peter, Callington
Miller v. Miller
BOWERS, JAMES, Iniller, Windermere-rd, Upper Holloway. Pet. ....... Nov. 19 Friday Thursday
Oct. 31. Nov. 6, at two, at 12, Southampton-bldgs, Chancery-la. 20 Saturday
Bright v. Bright (Queen's Boughton v. Boughton Friday
BHOOKE, WILLLAY, hotel keeper, Essex-st, Strand. Pet. Oct. 22.
and 22 Thursday
i Hugbes v. Hughes Saturday
Nov. 13, at three, at office of Sols. Grout and Stephenson, Suf. Muirhead 26 Friday
Milward v. Milward-Mil. folk-la, Cannon-st Wednesday
ward v. Milward
BROOKS, FREDERICK, out of business, Malden-rd, Kentish-town. Thursday 27 Saturday 13 Daggers 1. Daggers and
Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 11, at twelve, at office of Sols. Smith and Friday 23 Wednesday
Vickers, Southampton bldgs, Holborn
Common Jury Causes.
BROWS, DAVID, tailor, Bolun. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov. 6, at three, at
otfice of Sol. Gooden, Manchester Wednesday Dec. 3 Friday
19 Gregg v. Gregg, Ward and Thompson W. Thompson CARTER, ROBERT, gold chain maker, Birmingham, Pet. Oct. 2, Thursday 4 Saturday
Nov. 6, a: eleven, at office of Sol. Davies, Birmingham
CHESTER, WILLIAM HENRY, commission merchant, Liverpool.
Parker r. Parker
Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 19, at three, at ottice of Sols. Barrell and Rod.
CHRISTIE, JAMES COKE, wine merchant, Liverpool. Pet. Oct. 21. Powell 0. Powell and Jones
Nov. 18, at three, at office of Sols. Barreil and Rodway, Liver.
pool Amery v. Amery
COLLINGE, JAMES, provision dealer, Manchester. Pet. Oct. 92. Before the Court itself-Undefended
Frame v. Frame
Nov. 7, at three, at offices of Sol. Murray, Manchester Duval v. Marks, falsely Stotherd v. Stotherd, Mont- Batcbeler v, Batcheler Clarson v. Clarson and CREESE, THOMAX, farmer, Powick and Maddersfield. Pet. Oct. called Duval
Sol. gomery and Moore Gilbert o. Gilbert, Spencer Newton
21. Nov. 7, at three, at the Reindeer inn, Worcester.
DAVIDSOX, RICHARD, tailor. St. Helen's. Pet. Oct. 21. Nov. 5, Van Neirop v. Van Neirop Martin v. Martin & Benver Newton . Newton, Allen Glover r. Glover
at three, at office of Sol. Ritson, Liverpool Knowles v. Kowles and Parfait r. Parfait and Perry and Sills
Child v. Cuild
DEAX, WILLIAM, grocer, Manchester. Pet. Oct. 91. Xov, 5, at Joyco Bumford v. Bumford and
two, at Crowther ani Co., accountants, Manchester. Sol. Salt, Dorn r. Dorn, Welham and Townsend v. Townsend and Tunstall Grant Dalton 1. Fooks, Bardett
FELTON, JAMES, bootmaker, Bradford. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov. 4, at otherwise Millemau, Thompson 1. Thompson, Brownr. Brown and Crellin
ten, at office of Sol. Rhode., Bradford falsely called Grant Dal Evans, and Brothers
FITZMAURICE, THOMAS, wholesale provision dealer, Manchester. Causes standirg over by congent or otherwise ; to be Pet. Oct, '!. Nov. 11, at three, at ihe Waterloo hotel, Manches. ton
Norman r. Normau
ter. sol. Bent, Manchester
FORRESTER, JARVIN, in lodgings, Longton, Pet Oct. 16. Nov. 6,
at eleven, st officer of sol. Weler, Longton Knight r. Knight & Phipps Myers v. Myers
uther parties for whom an appes ra ice has been FRANKLYX. BESJANIN, Unilor, King's.rd, Chel-ea. Pet. Oct, 22. Relf r. Kell, Pressley, aud Tallock v. Tullock
Nov. 20, at eleven, at Sinter and Panell, Guildhall-chbs. Suls. entered, and filing a copy of such a stice in the
Mes rs. Beard, Busing hall.st
GARDIXER, GEORGE, bricklayer, " Huddersfield. 'Pet. Oct. 21. Gwinneth , Gvioneth
Harker v. Harker
Strong v. tong
Nov. 11, at eleven, at office of sol. Syken, Huddersfield
Huyos v. 1 ayes, Kiddy,and GIBSON, GEORGE, tailor, Klaresborough. Pet. Oct. 21. Nov. 8,
at twelve, et ottice of Sols. Mesura. Kirby, Knaresborough Ruddock Broadhead v. Broadhead Williamson . Williamson Scott r. Scott and Jones
GREES, JOSEPH, innker per, Milford. Pet. Oct. 21. Nor. 5, at Hugbest. Hughes Cuthbertsonr.Cuthbertson
hall part one, at the Townhall, Carmarthen. Sol. Lloyd, Harir. Greenwood o. Greenwood Whitchurch r. Whitchurch
Gabb v. Gabbaud Marshall fordwest Richmond o, Richmond
Tatlock v. Dufaur de Lou. Whitcombe v. Whitcoiube GROVES, AXXA, baker, Webber-st, Blackfriars-rd. Pet. Oct. 14.
and Butler Royston o. Roystou
Oct. 31, at three, at the Claremont Arms, Upper Grange-road.
boey, fulsely called Tat. Fernando v. Shaw, falsely
Bermoudsey. bol. Porter, Leadenhall st
HARRIS, CHARLES BUTLER, clerk in holy orders, Dunstable. Colburn v. Colburn Hall r. Hall Gill v. Gill and Slater
Klashen, falsely called Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 12, at eleven, at Lovelock and Whiffen, ColoBaker , Baker & Williams Atkins , Atkins
Barlow r. Barlow
Hugbes, v. Hughes (in
man-st. Sol, Robinson, Old Broad st Somerset . Somerset
HARRISON, ROBERT, tailor, Barnsley. Pet.O ct. 18. Nov. 11, at
twelve, at the Royal hotel, Barnsley Smith . Smith ville The judge will sit in chambers to hear summonses at
HARVEY, JAMES, grocer, Newport. Pet. Oct. 20. Yov. 5, at Monck .. Monck
leven, at Nicholls and Leatherdale, Old Jewry.chmbs. Sol. Casson v. Casson & Morton half-past ten o'clock, and in court to hear motions at Joyce, Newport Fozier, falsely called Richardson r. Richardson twelve o'clock, on Tuesday, Nov. 4, and on each suc. DARWUOD, THOMAS, plumber, Bolton, Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 7, at Wheeler o. Wheeler and Pringle ceeding Tuesday until Tuesday, Dec. 16, inclusive.
three, at ottice of sol. Dawson, Bolton O'Brien o. O'Brien Carroll v. Carroll and Max.
HEALD, BENJAMIN, fruiterer, Stokton. Pet. Oot, 20. Nov. 7, at All papers for motions on Tuesday, Nov, b, must be
two, at the Station hotel, Stockton, Sol. Robinson, Darlington COWO , Cowne
left with the clerk of tbe papers iu the Registry of the HENKE, CORD, tailor, High Holborn. Pet. Oct. 17. Nov. 4, 20 Tombs , Tombs Cook r. Cook Court of Probate at Doctors' Commons, or with the
three, at office of Sol. Swaine, Cheapside West r. West, Bailey, and Nettleton v. Nettleton and chief clerk of the Registry of the Court for Divorce
HOWARD, HENRY ROBERT, stonemason, Watford. Pet. Oct. 20. Blessed Stevens aud Matrimonial Causes at Doctors' Commons, before
Nov, 12. at three, at Sols. Jones, Tindale, and Grove
JOHNSOX, ELIZABETH, out of business, Harborne. Pet. Oct. 10. MeNicol , McNicol and Tittensor v. Tittensor and two o'clock on the preceding Wednesday, and for Nov. 4, at eleven, at offices of Sol. Davies, Birmingham Bedo Darby motions on subsequent Tuesdays before two o'clock on
JONAS, JOHN, jun., furniture bruker, Manchester Pet. Oct. 22. Rousby 1. Rousby Pricev, Price the preceding Thursdays.
Nov. 7, at thiee, at the Royal hotel, Crew. Sol. Salt, Tunstall Sissons . Sissons Porter v. Porter
JONES, ROBERT WILLIAM, apothecary, St. Thomas's Hospital, Wilkinson . Wilkinson
Lambeth, Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 19, at four, at office of Sol. Robin. Toyne v. Toyne
son, Temple.chmbs, Fleet-st Hopper v. Hopper McWean r. McWean, Orr,
Koun, ADOLPH, importer of Bohemian glass ware, Gerrard.st. Millward o. Millward and and Goldsworthy
Sono. Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 8, at half past ten, at office of Sol. Sheard Eldred v. Eldred THE GAZETTES.
Buchanan, Basinghall st
LAMBARD, GEORGE, smith, More-st, Hackney. Pet. Oct. 2. Scott r. Scott and Burnett Harrison , Harrison
Oct. 31, at twelve, at oftice of Mr. Hudgell, 37, Gresham.st Kirk , Kirk and Burgess Loveday v. Loveday and
LANGFIELD, EDWIX, no occupation, Maidenhead Pet. Oct. 92. Hawkins , Hawkins Cornwell
Nov.16, at eleven, at office of Sols. Fletcher, St. Paul, Lynch, Warren . Warren, Oliver, Fagg r. Fagg
Gazette, Oct. 17.
and Smith, Staple-inn, Holbern
LAWRENCE, RICHARD, farmer, Swinfen-larm, near Lichfield. and Granville
Schottlander v. Schott GREGSON and Sox, attorneys and solicitors, Rochford and South- Pet. Oct. 20. Nov. 7, at twelve, at office of Sols. Barnes and Babbage . Babbage lander
end. Oct. 4. (Wuliam Gregson and William Gregson, jun.) Russell, Lichfield
LEONARD, EDWARD, jun., stationer, High-st, Cheltenham Pet.
LEW18, THOMAS, builder, Twerton. Pet, Oct. 22. Xov. 6, at mew and Gorman Maginn r. Maginn & Hayes
Gazette, Oct. 21.
twelve, ab office of Sol. Wilton, Bath Howden v. Hoween Waller v. Waller & Roberts JENKINS and PRICE, attorneys and solicitors, Tavistock-st
MILTON, WILLIAM, grocer, Tower st. Waterloo-rd. Pet. Oct. 13.
Nov. 4, at three, at 41. Gutter.la, Cheapside
MOTTERAY, GEORGE HENRY, paper dealer, Grard Junction-st, Fitzgerald 9. Fitzgerald
gardener, Coleshill la, Fulham-rd. Pet. Oct, 20. Nov. 6, at Johnstone v. Johnstone
twelve, at office of Sols. Smith and Vickers, Southampton. Costerton .. Costerton H.M.Att-Gen.& Hawkins
bldgy, Holborn Hampden r, Hampden and Smith v. Smith
FEEDHAM, WILLIAY, journeyman joiner, Nottingham. Pet. Oct. Thomas
22. Nov. 10, at eleven, at c. Rogers, Willoughby-house, Pave. Hope r. Hope and Erdody
Gazette, Oct. 24.
ment, Nottingham, Sol. Black Collett v. Collett & Bruck. Morris v. Morris & Taylor
To surrender in the Country.
NICHOLSON, GEORGE, grocer, Horsforth, near Leeds. Pet. Oct 18. shaw Walker v. Walker & Dick.
Nov. 10, at three, at ottice of Sol. Granger, Leeds Fitzgerald v. Fitzgerald
ADDISON, GEORGE, gentleman, Bath. Pet. Oct. 22. Reg. Smith. son and De Gil, otherwise
PARRATT, GEORGE FREDERICK, no occupation, Marylebone-rd. Sur. Nov.5
Pet. Ost, 15. Nov. 6, at two, at Lovelock and whiftin, account. (Queen's Proctor inter- D'Oliverey GARDNER, JOSEPH, butcher, Ware. Pet. Oot. 18. Dep-Reg.
ants, 16. Coleman st. Sol. Starkey, Angel.ct, Throgmorton. vening) Roberts v. Roberts & Clarke Hawks, Sur. Nov. 6
street Firebrace o. Firebrace Lawrence v. Lawrence and HOLYOAKE, LYTTLETOX, esq., Ombersley. Pet. Oct. 20. Sur,
PARTRIDGE, FREDERICK, machinist, Stoke. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov, Nov. 7 Noah r. Noah Mills POOLE, CHARLEB, attorney, Pudsey.
4, at one, at the Lamb Lotel, Nantwich. Sol. Lisle, Nantwlch,
Pet. Oct. 21. Reg. Robin.
PEACEY, ARTHUR THOMAS, out of business, St. Paul's rd, Car.
nonbury. Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 16, at three, at office of Sol. Sadler r. Sadler
Dep. Reg. Marshall. Sur. Nov. 8
Professional Partnerships Dissolbed.
PERMAN, WILLIAM, yeoman, Mottisfont. Pet. Oct. 29. Nov. 11, at Stock port. Pet. Oct, 20. Reg. Hall. Sur. Nov. 13 Follit r. Follit
twelve, at office of Sols. Stead, ylee and Potter, Romsey Bingley •, Bingley Plan 1. Plaw and Lemon
Gazette, Oct, 28.
POU PART, ANN, and POU PART. JAMES, market gardeners, Campbell Campbell,
Walham.green, Fulham. Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 12. at twelve, at Nurser, Nurse and Tomlin Totten and Doggett
To surrender at the Bankrupts' Court, Basinghall-street.
ottices or Sols. Chinery and Aldridge, Ensex st, Strand Giacometti o. Giacometti Palmer •. Palmer & Moon BUDGETT, JOHN SEASON BURGESS, Eurgeon, King's.pl, Commer.
RAWCLIFFE, Joux, cloth manufacturer, Leeds. Pet. Oct. 17. Watkins v. Watkins cil.rd. Pet. Oct. 23. Reg. Roche. Sur. Nov. 11
Nov. 4, at one, at oftice of Sol. Hard wick, Leeds
RICHARDSOX, GEORGE THOMAS, couch builder, Barbican. Pe:.
Oct. 22. Nov. 10, at eleven, at offloe of Sol. Howell, 112, Cheap.
side PARK, JAMES ALLAN, Cardogan-ter, Sloane-st. Pet. Oct. 24. Reg.
SAMUEL, ABRAHAM, job draper, Great Alice st, Goodman's. Staplee r. Staplee Pratt Pratt and Spry Brougham. Sur. Nov. 19
fielus. Pet. Oct. 13. Nov. 3, at two, at office of Sul. Barnet: Tregidyo ., Tregidgo Schleiar e. Schleier
To surrender in the Country.
SANDS, OS BORX ROBERT, tea dealer, Lower Sloane-st, Chelsea.
AMBLER, Joun, ale dealer, Sale. Pet. Oct. 23. Reg. Kay. Sur. Pet. Oct. 18. Nov. 4, at two, at Izard and Batta, accouatanta,
46, Eastcheap. Sols. Reed and Lovell, Basinghall-st
Steel , Steel
SAVORY, JORN, shoemaker, Northrepps. Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 13, JIBSON, RICHARD PRINCE, shopkeeper, York. Pet. Oct. 21.
at twelve, at the Dog inn, Aylsham. Sols. Winter and Francis, Nov. 6, at eleven, at office of Sol. Crumbie, Yorks Norwi.
JOHNSON, JOSEPH. and WADDIxgrow. EDWIN ARTHUR, orkum SEED, SAMUEL, builder, Rochdale. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov.5, at three manufacturers, Burdett-rd, Limehouse. Pet! Oct. 23. Nov. 13, at office of Sol. Ashworth, Rochdale
at three, at office of Sils, Raven ani Curtis, Qien Victoria-st SELL, EDWARD MARK, victualer, Rotherhithe-st. Pet. Oct. 21. LEVASTOX, LEWIS EDWARD, pr fessor of music, Wimborne. Pet.
Nov. 7, at twelve, at office of Sols. Taylor and Ward, Great Oct. 24. Nov. 17, at twelve, at office of Sol. Whitehead, Bourne.
13. Nov. 10. at three, at ortice of Sol, May, Golden-sq. SPRING, HENRY ALFRED, saddler, Gloucester. Pet. Oct. 18. LONG, GEORGE, printer, Ciaderford. Pet. Oct, 24. Nov. 8, at Nov. 3, at one, at I, College-bldgs, Gloucester
one, at othees of Sol, Jackson, Stroud
Upper Brook-st. Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 6, at three, at office of Sols. 22. Nov. 7, at twelve, at the Chamber of Commerce, Cheapside.
Sols. Porcock and Goddard, South-sq. Gray'yinn
7, at three, at the Star hotel, Manchester
at twelve, at the Townhall, Carmarthen. Sol, Stokes, Tenby Nov. 10, at twelve, at office of Ivay, accountaa , Liverpool. Sol.
MIRRIN, HENRY, crinoline skirt manufacturer, Wool-st, City,
without, and Market-row, Crosslana-rd, South Hackney. Nov. at offices of Gamble and Harvey, 1, Gresham-bldgs, Basinghall.
MITCHCLL, HENRY, licensed victualler. Tiverton. Pet. Oct. 22.
MITCHELL, JOHN, fish dealer, Halifax. Pet. Ost. 24. Nov. 10, at TUBBY, ROBCRT JOHN, stationer, Broad 5", Teddington. Pet. four, at ottices of Sol Storey, Halifax
Oct. 20. Oot. $, at the Guildhall tavern, Gresham.st, in lieu of MYERS, MORRIS, wire worker, Euston-r1. Pet. Oct. 95, Nov. 11, the place originally named
at four, at offices of Dubois, accountant, Gresham-bldgs. Sol. TURNER, HENRY WILLIAM, grocer, Hulme. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov. 7, Sydney, Leadenhall.st
at three, at office of Sols. Eltoft and Hainpson, Manchester NUTTALL, SAMUEL, wood turner, Bury. Pet. Oct. 25. Nov. 12, at WALKER, THOMAS, jolner, Huddersfield. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov. 6, at
three, at offies of Sols, Mers. Grundly and Co., Bury half-past two, at office of Sols. Mes-rs. Sykes, Huddersfield
OLIVER, THOMAS, quarrymnan, Llanddeiniolen. Pet. Oct. 18.
Nov. 8, at twelve, at offices of Sol, Jones, Conway WALKER, WILLIAM, gentleman, Bournemouth, Pet. Oct. 21.
PITIER. WILLIAM, builder, Ascot, par. Sunninchill. Pet. Oct. Nov. 6, at eleven, at office of Sol<, Guillinum, Fleet-st
24. Nov. 14, at three, at offices of Sol Long. Windsor WARE, FREDERICK, and LAVERACK, GEORGE EDWARD, engl.
RESTELL, JAMES HENRY, wine merchant, Jewry-st. and neers, City bridge, and Marahgute-la, High-st, Stratford.
Lee-rd, Blackheath. Pet. Oct. 25, Nov. 11, at two, at office of
RICHARDSON, JOSEPH HAYTOX PULLARD, licensed victualler, WHITE, WILLIAM. grocer, Burnley. Pet. Oct. 18. Nov. 7, at three, Bootie, near Liverpool. Pet. Oct. 23. Nov. 10, athree, ut office at offices of Sols, Southern and Nowell, Burnley
of Vine, 30, Cabl-st, Liverpool. Sol. Worship, Liverpool WILLIAMS, JOHX, grocer, Hereford. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov. 6, at one, ROBERTS, GEORGE, jeweller, Kingston upon Hall, and Cottingat office of Sul Farmer, Hereford
hum. Pet. Oct 20. Nov. 10, at twelve, at office of Sol. Spink, WILLIAMS, JOHN, wheels right, Manchester. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov.
Kingston upon-Hull 10, at three, at office of Sois. Farrar and Hall, Manchester RULE, CHAKLES, mining agent, Gracechurch st. Pet. Oct. 25. WRIGHT, Rev. RICHARD, clerk, Gisburn, West Riding. Pet. Oct.
Nov. 13, at two, at once of Lars, accountant, Cornhil. Sols.
RUSSELL, WILLIAM, stationer, Walsall, Pet. Oct. 25. Nov. 10, at
three, at office of sols. Duignan, Lewis, and Lewis, Walsall ADCOCK, WILLIAM, brickmaker, Silchy.
SEBRIGUT, GEORGE, ar ist, Lirislade. Pet. Oct. 15. NV. 4, at
Pet. Oct. 23. Nov. 12, at twelve, at office o Sols. Deane and Lickorish, Loughborough,
three, at the Clarendon hotel, Linslade. Sol. Parkes, Beaufort
blds, Strand and Walbrook, London
SEWELL, GEORGE ROLIXS, licensed victualler, Tooley-st. Pet. ADUTT, LEON MARCO, and FINZI, HENRY WARBURG, com.
Oct. 23. Nov. 14, at twelve, at the Guildhall Tavern, Gresham-st. miss on agents. Mark-la. Pet. Oct. 23. Nov. 21, at twelve, at
Sol. Clark ottices of Nicholson), 7 and 8, Railway-approuch, London bridge.
SIMCOE, JOHY, farmer, Nantwich. Pet. Oct. 33. Nov. 12, at • Sol, Monlugu, Buckler bury
three, at office of sol, Martin, Nantwich ASIMAN, JOSEPII, xeneral dealer, Emma-pl, Kensington. Pet.
STANLEY, JOSEPH BIRD, builder, Leamington Priors. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov. 6, at three, at 15, Oldham's-gardens, Farringdon. road
Oct. 23. Nov. 10, at twelve, at the Bath hotel, Leamington
Priors. Sol. Clinch
STARK, JOUN, tobacconist, Newcastle upon Tyne. Pet. Oct. 22.
Nov. 12, at twelve, at office of Sols. Keenly ide and Forster
STEVENS, MATTHEW, baker, Cardiff. Pet. Oct. 24. Nov. 7, at
twelve, at office of Sol. Waldron, Cardiff BAKER, HENRY JOXE9, ant BAKER WALTER WALTON, "addlers,
THOMPSON, JOSEPH, and THOMPSON, JEREMIAH, and THOMP. Bristol Pet. Oct. 24. Nov. 10, at twelve, at offices of Barnard,
SOS, BENJAMIN, miners, Quarry Bank, noar Brierley hill. Pet. Thomas, Tribe, and Co., Bristul. Sols. Fussell, Prichard, and
Oct. 22. Nov. 7, at eleven at office of Sol. Shakespeare, Oldhury
THOMPSON, ROBERT, butcher, E-sex rd. Pet. Oct. 17. Nov. 4,
at eleven, at the Claremont Arms, Upper Grange-rd, Bermond.
sey. Sol. Porter, Leudenhall-st Bristol. Sols. Fuscell, Prichard and Swann, Bristol
THOMAB, WILLIAM, jun., potato salesman, Birmingham. Pet. BARRATT, WILLIAM, bontmaker, Edgware-rd. Pet. Oct. 21. Nov.
Oct. 24. Nov. 17, at three, at office of Sols. Rowlands, Bagnall, 10, at three, at the Guil lhall tavern, Gresham-st. Sol. Clarke, and Rowlands, Biruingham
St. Mary's eq. Paddington
TODD, WILLIAM, gardener, Manthorpe-cum-Little Gonnerby.
Pet. Oct, 21. Nov. 7, at twelve, at the Anyel hotel, Grantham. 17, at eleven, at office of Sol Ward, Bristol
801. Belk, Nottingham BATCHELOR, MARE, ollman, Maidstone. Pet. Oct. 21. Nov. 7. at
TRIGG, CHARLES, tailor, Leicester. Pet. Oot. 23. Nov. 11, at one, at the Bidve House hotel, London Bridge, Southwark. Sol.
three, at office of Sol, Owaton, Leicester Goodwin, Maistone BIBBY, SAMUEL JORDAN, jeweller, Carnarvon. Pet. Oct. 20.
TURNER, ROBERT JOHN, bookseller, Ridgway-rd, Wimbledon.
Pt. Oct. 93 Nov. 11, at twelve, at offices of Sols. Flux and Nov. 7, at two, at the Queen's hotel, Chester. Sols. Picton,
Leadbitter, Leadenhall-ot Jones, and Roberts, Carnarvon
VULLIANY, HENRY, surveyor, Gracechurch.st, and Fairview, BISHTON, WILLIAM, timber merchant, Wolverhampton. Pet. Oct. Macaulay-rd, Chapham common. Pet. Oct. 23. Nov. 20. at tvo, 20. Nov. 8, at twelve at once of Sol. Barrow, Wolverhampton
At office of the Mercantile Association, 33, Gutter-la. Sol. BLYTH, CHESLYN ABNEY, captain in Her Majesty's 2nd regiment of foot, Cathedral hot-l, St. Paul's Churchyard. Pet. Sept. 1.
Vanderpuinp, South.sq, Gray's-inn
WALKER, JOHN, farmer, Hallax. Pet. Oct. 18. Nov. 10, at three, Dec.15, at three, at office of Sols. Raven and Ellis, Queen
at officer of Sol. Rhodes, Halifax A Victoria et
WHITE, EDWARD, bootmaker, Priors Hardwick. Pet. Oct. 23. BONNEY, EDWARD CORNELIUS, grocer, Southampton. Pet. Oot.
Nov. 13, at iour, at the Buck and Bell inn, Banbury. Sol, 22. Nov. 11, at twelve, at office of Nicholls and Leatherdale, ac.
Wod, Southam countants, Old Jewry.chmbs, London. Sol. Swayne, South.
WHITE, GEORGE, poulterer, Ereter. Pet. Oct. 25. Nov. 12, at ampton
three, at office of sol. Friend, Exeter BOTT, JOHN MALING, and BOTT, JOUx, wire workers, Birming.
WHITSELL, JAMES RAMSEY, grocer, Souta Shields. Pet. Oct. 23. ham. Pet. Oct. 23. Tov. 7, at twelve, at office of Sol. Hodgson, Nov. 11, at thee, at offices of Sol. Duncan, South Shields Birmingham
WRIGHTSOX, MARIA, widow, milliner, Coburg-cottages, AlbertBRAY, RICHARD, bootmaker, Upper Berkeley-st-west, Hyde-pk.
rd, Richmond, Pet. Oct. 24. Nov. 11, at three, at office of Sols. Pet. Oct. 24. Nov. 11, at two, at offices of Messrs. Broud, Wal. brook. Sol. Ellerton, Queen-st, Cheapuide
Wood and Hare, Basinghall-st, also at Croydon and Roigate BROOKS, CHARLES CHRISTOPHER, commercial traveller. Elgin. ter, Catford Bridiwe. Pet Oct. 13. Nov. 6, at two, at the sam.
Bloomfield, G, C. grocer, second and final, 7d. At Sol. Coaks, CAWDRON, JOSUPK, no occupation, Heighington. Pet. Oct. 23.
Norwich.-Culshan, G. joiner, Anal, 3d. At Trust. J. Platt, 36, Nov. &, at eleven, at office of Sul, Page, jun., Lincoln
London-st, Southport. --tiribble, F. ). builder, first and final, 58. CLARKE, HENRY, buildr, Shiinal. Pet. Oot. 23. Nov. 8, at At Trust. R. E. James, 52, Moorgate-st.-Houchen, J. draper, fir-t eleven, at office of Sul. Osborne, Shiinal
and final, s. At Barnard, Clarke, McLean, and Co., 3, Lothbury. COKER, JOHX. jun., contractor, Ryde. Pet. Oct. 35. Nov. 11, at
- kinky, B. C. wine merchant, first, 28. 6d. At Trust. J. Slater, 1, half past twelve, at the Crown hotel, Ryde. Sol. Joyce, New.
Guildhall chibs, Basinghall-st - Lannigan, T. R. draper, second port
und tinal, 75, 5d. At Barnard, Thomas, Tribe, and Co. Albion. COBB, Joux, gardener, Grove-rd, Richmond. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov.
chinbe, Bristol.- Lidbeller, W. farmer, Arst and final, 4.d. A: Sol. 6, at twelve, at office of Sol. I «ynes, Grecian-chmbs, Devereux. Glover, Walsail.-- Art, D. S. outficter, first and final, 5s, 5d. At ct, Temple
Honey, Humphrys, Bag $, and Co., accountants, 28, King st, COLLINS JAMES, butcher, Walworth-rd, Lambeth, Pet. Oct. 25.
Cheapside-Watson, H.otationer, first, 28. 1. At Trust. 8. Smith, Nov. 18, at twelve, at office of Sol. Cooke, Devereux-court,
Harvey, and Co., 65, Basinghall-st. - Wike, G. and J.M. merchants, Temple
second, 91. At Trust. A. Murray, 102, King's Manchester, COOKES, JOHN MEASURES, auctioneer, Leami ngton Priors. Pet.
Michael, W. shopkeeper, second, 2d. Shepard, Tredegae
Jennius, 7, Charles-, Bradford.- Bitsst. J.ironfounder, first and
final, 38. At Trust, W. G. Dixon, 46, Queen-st, Wolverhampton.three, at offices of Sol, Neill, Bradford
Cumes, W. butcher, second and final, is, 6d. At Tru-t. K snel. COOK, THOMAS HARRISON, Outfitter, South Shiel's. Pet. Oot.
grove, Queen-st, Exeter.-- Eunit, P. farmer, first, ls, At Trust. 23. Nov. 10, at three, at office of Sol. Dunian, South Shields
W.G. Smith, Shannon.ct, Corn-st, Bristol.- HUI, G. auctioneer, CORDINGLEY, JOSEPH BINKS, b erhouse keeper, Manchester.
TOST PERSONS ARE FAMILIAR with
what is known as the “ THREE YEARS' SYSTEM of the Pianoforte Makers, by which anyone who Hires an 1arrant and pays the Hire for that period, becomes the AISLITE OWNER OF THE PIANOFORTE. Pro. viousit to the introduction of this plan it was almost 29 thout for those of limited income to buy a good Pianoforte en ** BUY A HOUSE; and persons went on year after jear, paying for the Hire of an Instrument, and expended as much money as would have bought the Pianoforte BC1 ral times over.
W!it will hold good for Pianofortes will hold good for NOUSES; and there are many who would no dubt AVAIL
HERSELVES OF THE OPPORTUNITI, if it was afforced them, of becoming
THE OWNER OF A HOUSE in the same way as they have already become the owner of Il vir soforte.
HAVE DETERMINED TO AFFORD
than a Pianoforte, the “Tree Years' Srstem” will
pils, excepting in a very few cases: so that a MORE LENGTHENED PERIOD IS NECESSARY over which Dotiine oi Hiring must extend.
In pursuance of this resolution
are enabled to afford to the Menhers of the Birkbeck Building
AND OTHERS A very wide CHOICE in the SELECTION both of HOUSES the locality in which they are situated. The Plan upon
which the Directors propose to proceed is TO LET THESE HOUSES FOR A PERIOD OF
TWELVE-AND-A-HALF YEARS, the end of which Time, if the Rent be Regularly Paid,
IN ALL CASES
WILL BE GIVEN
IS REQUIRED BY THE SOCIETY
THE RENT PAYABLE BY THE TENANT
the Whole Term. Although the Number
of years for payment of Rent is fixed
at Twelve and a half, A SHORTER PERIOD MAY BE CHOSEN AT AN
A LONGER PERIOD AT A LOWER RENTAL Thu ecrms of which may be ascertained on application to
first and final, 28. 101. Ai Tru-t. D. Shaw, Pierpoint-st, Worces Pet. Oct. 24. Nov. 10, at three, at office of Sols. Sutton and
ter.-Illingworth, H. joiner, second and final, ls. 7d. At Trust. G. Elliott. Manchester
Chambers, Darley.st. Bradford. - Jepeon, H. hat manufacturer, CORFE, JOHN, out of business, Birm'ngham. Pet. Oct. 6. Nov.
first and final, Bs. 3d. At Trust. N. Vaughan, 61, Princess-st, 6, at ten, at oifices of Sol. East, Birmingham
Manchester.--Jones, A. O. provision merchant, first, od. At Trust. Cox, LEWIS, grocer, Birming am. Pet. Oct. 13. Nov. 6, at
H. Bollond, 10, South John-bt, Liverpool. --Juby. W. F. draper, twelve, at office of Sol Fallows, Birmingham
first and final, 8td. At Trust. J. D. Viney, 99, Cheapside - age, CRAIG. ROBERT, draper, Portsea. Pet. Oct. 23. Nov. 7, at four,
F. tobacconist, first 2. At Trust. E. C. Chatterley, 23, Old Jewry. at offices of Sol. King, Portsex
- Pearson, T. coal dealer, tnird, 8d. At Trust. W. Heaton, Old EDIS8, THOMAS WYATT, builder, Southsea. Pet. Oct. 24. Nov. Townhallschmbs.-Salm, F. W. manufacturer of incubators,
8. ut eleven, at uffice of Paice, Landport. Sol. Walker, Land. final, 35. 13d. By Trust. II. W. Newton, at otfice of J.C. Warden, port
11, Guild-st, Stratford on-Avon-Smith, W. C. coprolite merchant, EDMONDEON, EDWARD, geamen's outfitter, North Shields. Pet.
final, 15. 1 d. At Trust. C. Wishey, 26, Trinity-st, Cambridge.Oct. 25. Nov. 14, a three, at office of Sol. Duncan, South
Webh, C. J. retired parmaster from nuvy, ls. 3d. At office of J. Shields
Howard, registrar of Portsmouth County Court.
BIRTHS MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
less, Town Clerk of Hereford, of a daughter. GIBSON, JOHN CHARLES, surgeon, Droitwich. Pet. Oct. 20. Nov.
MARILIAGE 8, at three, at the Hop Markut hotel, Worcester. Sol. Corbet SHEE-INNE9. - On the 14th ult., at Thomag-town, county Kil. GOOLD, GIDEON, factor, Handsworth. Pet. Oct. 23. Nov. 7, at kenny, George Shee, of 11, K ng's Bench walk, Temple, burris. three, at offices f Sol. Bodigion, Birmingbarn
ter-at-law, to Jane, eldest daughter of 1. Innes, Esq, of GROVES, JOHN JAMES, corn me chant, Surbiton. Pet. Oot. 22. Thomas. town. | Nov. 21, at four, ut office of Sol. Wether field, Gresham.bldgs,
DEATHS. Guildhall, London
PEEL-On the 15th ult., aged 46 years, Arthur Peel, H.M.'s Chiel HOLLINS, THOMAS ROBERT, contractor's assistant, Yalding-rd, Justice for the Island of Antigua.
Blue Anchor-rd, Berniondirey. Pet. Oct. 22. Nov. 8, at eleven, TALBOT.-On the 23rd ult, az a 70 years, Henry Talbot. Esq., of at offices of Sols. May and Sykes, Adelaide.pl
Oakland, near Kid termiunter, Justice of the Peace, and Deputy. HOBDEX, WILLIAM JOHN, bootmaker, IIikb-at, Lower Norwood. Lieutenant for the county of Worcester.
Pet. Oct. 24. Nov. 10, at twelve, at the Greyhound hotel, Croy. WICKENS, - On the 23rd ult.,' at Chilgrove, Chichester, aged don. Sol. Parry
68 years, Vice Chancellor Sir John Wickens.
MAY BE SUMMED UP AS FOLLOWS: 1. Persons of Limited Income, Clerks, Shopmen, and others. may, by becoming Tenants of the BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY, be placed at once in a position of independence as regards their Landlord, 2. Their RENT CANNOT BE RAISED.
3. They CANNOT BE TURNED OUT OF POSSES. SION so long as they pay their Rent.
4. NO FEES or FINES of any kind are chargeable. 5. They can leave the House at any time without notice. rent being payable only to the time of giving up possession.
6. It circumstances compel them to leave the House before the completion of their Twelve and a half Years Tenancy, they can Sub-lette House for the remainder of the Term. "Or they cal Transfer their right to another Tenant.
7. Finally. NO LIABILITY or RESPONSIBILITY any kind is incurred, beyond the Payment of Rent by the who acquire Houses by this New System.
The BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY have on their List several HOUSES, which they are prepared to LETO the ?'WELVE AND A HALF YEARS SYSTEM, and any cases (inmediate Possession may be obtained.
The Terms on which Houses can be placed on this Begister may be obtained on application to
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by local professional men of the tedious mode of procedure and of the whole system of trial by naval courts martial. Reform is absolutely necessary, and we wish the petitioners success.
The JUDGE ADVOCATE should be a member of the Bar, one of standing trained in the practical work of his profession; and solicitors in naval arsenals should be appointed Deputy Judge Advocates.
ALTHOUGH the appointment of the ATTORNEY-GENERAL to the Chief Justiceship of the Common Pleas has not been made at the time we write, there is no doubt that the position will be offered to him, and we have reason to know that it will be accepted. Therefore we may treat Sir John COLERIDGE as the new Lord Chief Justice. He is the eldest son of the Right Hon. Sir Joun TAYLOR COLERIDGE, was born in 1821, and educated at Eton; he was scholar of Balliol College,'and afterwards Fellow of Exeter College Oxford. He was called to the Bar of the Middle Temple in 1847, was made Recorder of Portsmouth in 1855, and received a silk gown in 1861. He contested Exeter in the Liberal interest in July 1864, and though defeated on that occasion, was returned for that city at the general election in 1865. He was appointed Solicitor-General in Dec. 1868, on which occasion he received the honour of knighthood. In Nov. 1871 he succeeded Sir R. P. COLLIER as Attorney-General. He has been called the “West of England lawyer," and his career on the Western Circuit in a measure entitles him to be so de. signated, but we do not think that he would put foremost his claim to be a lawyer. In an address delivered to the Articled Clerks' Society he too modestly, no doubt, expressed his surprise at his own success at the Bar. That success, however, is easily to be accounted for. Elegant and polished speakers are not numerous at the Bar-their occupation, indeed, is almost gone. Con. sequently Sir John COLERIDGE was able to take a position which, if not of the highest kind recognised by practical lawyers, was certainly unique. But with this fine faculty of speech he unites a singular capacity for apprehending rapidly the legal bearings of a case and applying legal principles. For this reason we antici. pate that he will make an admirable Judge.
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19 NOTES OF THE WEEK :Court of Appeal in Chancery
20 V.C. Wickens' Court
20 PATENT LAW Complete Specification
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Among the publications made under the authority of the MASTER of the Rolls, there appeared three years back an interesting work entitled, “ The Black Book of the Admiralty,” and edited by Sir TRAVERS Twiss. In the preface to the work the learned editor regrets the loss of the original Black Book, which was a sort of record of the ancient statutes or laws governing the admiralty jurisdiction, and was supposed to have been written, in part at least, as far back as the reign of Edward III. or Richard II., before the prohibitions restraining the court from exercising jurisdion over foreign contracts commenced. Its loss seems to have been discovered by a Mr. Luders on 2nd June, 1808, when he applied at the office at Doctors'. Commons and was informed " by the proper officer” that they had never seen such a book, and knew nothing of it. The value of the book as a legal authority may not be very great, but as a literary curiosity, and perhaps as evidence of the jurisdiction claimed, if not exercised, by the Court of Admiralty in early days, it is most interesting. Hence we are glad to be able to announce that the missing volume has been discovered by the Assistant Registrar of the Court of Admiralty, Mr. Batuurst, among some private papers belonging to a former Registrar of that court. Its identity can scarcely be doubted, because it answers so accurately all the descriptions given of it, and moreover, among the same papers was found a document, dated in the year 1808, and signed with the initials of Sir CHRISTOPHER Robinson, afterwards Judge of the Admiralty Court (as well as those of other persons), purporting to be a report to the College of Advocates, as to the Black Book in the Admiralty registry. This report, which is in print, so accurately describes the volume which has been found that its authenticity cannot be doubted. The Black Book is written on vellum, and some of its pages are illuminated. It was originally bound in black-hence its name; but now the colour has much worn away. At the same time some other old manuscripts of considerable interest were discovered.
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So great is the dissatisfaction felt amongst the Profession in most of what we may call Government seaport towns, upon the subject of naval courts martial, and the mode of conducting them, that a movement is on foot with a view of bringing the matter under the consideration of the House of Commons; indeed, we are informed that at Plymouth a petition addressed to the House has been prepared and submitted to the members of the Law Society there. It is reported that the Lords of the Admiralty and the Privy Council will also be memorialised upon the subject. We know that at Portsmouth great complaint is made VOL. LVI.-N0. 1597.
We are happy to say that the anticipations concerning the vacancy in Vice-Chancellor Wickens' Court, which we expressed last week, have been disappointed. The Lord CHANCELLOR recommended Mr. CHARLES Hall for the appointment, and he has accordingly been raised to the Bench. It was expected, we believe, that a member of the Common Law Bar would be selected to succeed Vice-C'han. cellor WICKENS, so as to prepare for the coming into operation of the Judicature Act. The maintenance of the divisions of the courts would seem to render such a step unnecessary, and it is difficult to point out a common lawyer, who could have filled the post, who would have accepted it. Under all the circumstances, therefore, we may congratulate the Government on having made a perfectly satisfactory appointment. The new VICE-CHANCELLOR is the fourth and eldest surviving son of the late Joun HALLEsq., of Manchester. He was a pupil of Mr. Lewis Duval, the most eminent Conveyancer of his day, and subsequently of the late JAMES RUSSELL then an equity draftsman in very large practice. lle