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GAZETTE, JAX, 5. To surrender at the Iligh Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. SLATOR, JOAN ROSBE, Jate Buckingham. wine merchant. Pet. Dec 20. Order, Dec. 31. STEVENS. CHARLES LLEWELLYN, Mare-st, Hackney, bootmaker. Pet. Dec. 31. Order,
Dec. 31. TAYLOR, WILLIAM JOHN. late Billiter-st, auctioneer Pet. Dec. 9. Order, Dec. 31. WELLS, WILLIAM, Crouch-hill, Finsbury Park, builder. Pet. Dec. S. Order, Dec. 31.
To surrender at their respective District Courts. BOOTH, ROBERT HENRY (also trading as the Stamford Sawmill Company), Staly
bridge, beerhouse-keeper. Ct. Ashton-under-Lyne and Stalybridge. Pet. Dec, 22.
Order, Jan. 1. DAVIDGE, JOAN WILLIAM, Ton Pentre, hawker ol greengrocery. Ct. Pontypridd. Pet.
Jan. 1. Order, Jan. 1. EDMONDSON, CHRISTOPHER Johx, Ripon, cattle dealer. Ct. Northallerton. Pet.
Dec. 31. Order, Dec. 31. FLOYD, EDWARD CHARLES ROADS, Botley, market gardener. Ct. Southampton. Pet.
Dec. 31. Order, Der. 31. GLITHEROE, SAMUEL, Aberystwith, licensed victualler. Ct. Aberystwith. Pet. Dec. 31.
Order. Dec. 31. GODWIN, FREDERICK, Devizes, provision dealer. Ct. Bath. Pet. Dec. 31. Order,
Dec. 31. HAYS, GEORGE, Pilsley, late butcher. Ct. Derby. Pet. Dec. 31. Order, Dec 31. HEPWORTA, WILLIAM, Ogsett, plumber. Ct. Dewsbury. Pet. Jan. 2. Order, Jan. 2. HOWDLE, ALFRED, Howden, late confectioner. Ct. Kingston-upon-Hull. Pet. Jan. 1.
Order, Jan. 1. HANNAM, MESHACH, late Ealing, farmer. Ct. Brentford. Pet. Dec. 30. Order,
Dec. 30. HIMMENS, FREDERICK, Nutbourne, dealer. Ct, Brighton. Pet. Jan. 1. Order, Jan. 1. INMAN, RICHARD (trading as R. W. Inman, and Inman and Co ), Brighton, coach
builder. Ct. Brigbton. Pet. Jan. 2. Order, Jan. 2. JOB, JOHN, Liverpool, grocer. Ct. Liverpool Pet. Jan. 1. Order, Jan, 1. JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Wolverhampton, butcher. Ct. Wolverhampton. Pet. Jan. 2.
Order, Jan. 2. LODER, FREDERICK_(trading as Charles and Co.), Balsall Leath, cabinetmaker. Ct.
Birmingham. Pet. Dec 31. Order Dec. 31. LEWIS, DAVID, Cymmer, grocer. Ot. Neath. Pet. Dec. 31. Order, Dec. 31. MARSHALL, SAMUEL GEORGE, Stoke Damerell, pensioner. Ct. Plymouth and East
Stonehouse. Pet. Jan. 1. Order, Jan. 1. NELSON, FREDERICK, Milnrow, flannel manufacturer. Ct Rochdale. Pet. Dec. 31.
Order, Dec. 31. ROGERS, JOHN, Walsall, grocer. Ct. Walsall. Pet. Dec. 11. Order, Dec 31. RIDINGS, W. R., Birmingham, electrical engineer. Ct. Birmingham. Pet. Sept. 18.
Order, Jan. 1. STOCRDALE, HORACE EDWARD, Cardiff, boot manufacturer. Ct. Cardiff. Pet. Jan. 1.
Order, Jan. 1. STANNARD, WILLIAM FREDEBICK, late Witham, licensed rictualler. Ct. Chelmsford.
Pet. Dec. 30. Order, Dec. 30. SANDON, ALFRED GEORGE, Merton, builder. Ct. Croydon. Pet. Dec. 21. Grder,
Dec. 31. SKEET, WILLIAM, Aldershot, ironmonger, Ct. Guildford and Godalming. Pet.
Dec. 16. Order, Jan. 2. STANLEY, GEORGE Exoca, Wolverhampton, late grocer. Ct. Wolverhampton. Pet.
Jan, 1. Order, Jan. 2. THOMPSON, HENRY, Birmingham, furniture dealer. Ct. Birmingham. Pet. Dec. 31.
Order, Dec. 31. TAYLOR, JAMES GREENWOOD, Bingley, beer dealer. Ct. Bradford, Yorks. Pet. Jan. 2.
Order, Jan. 2. THOMPSON, CHARLES, Bishop Burton, farmer. Ct. Kingston-upon-Hull. Pet. Dec. 11.
Order, Dec. 31. VAUTIER, FREDERIC GASTON ROBERT, Bournemouth, late jobmaster. Ct. Poole. Pet.
Dec. 80. Order, Dec. 30. WILLIAMSON, JOHN, Great Wigborough, farmer. Ct. Colchester. Pet. Jan. 1. Order,
Jan. 1. WEBSTER, WILLIAM, Ipswich, butcher. Ct. Ipswich. Pet. Dec. 30. Order, Dec. 30.
The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the Gazette of Dec. 25. SHARRAD, JOHN HENRY, Loughborough, haberdasher. Ct. Leicester. Pet. Dec. 19.
Order, Dec. 19.
JAMES, GEORGE WILLIAM, Wolverhampton, grocer. Ct. Wolverhampton. Meeting,
Jan. 11, at 11.30, at office of Off. Rec. Wolverhampton. Exam, Jan. 11, at 2.30,
at County Court, Wolverhampton. LEGG. WILLIAM. Othery, cornfactor. Ct. Bridgwater. Meeting, Jan. 8, at 11, at
office of Mr. Tamlyn, High-st, Bridgwater. Exam. Jan. 18, at 10.45, at County
noon, at office of Off. Rec. Brighton. Exam. Jan. 21, at 11, at Court-house,
at office of Off. Rec. Manchester. Exam. Jan. 18, at 11, at Court-house, Man
chester. PARROTT, FREDERICK THOMAS, Felmersham, farmer. Ct. Bedford. Meeting. Jan. 11,
at 11, at office of Off. Rec. Bedford. Exam. Jan. 19, at 11, at Shirehall, Bedford. PACKER, EDMUND HORACE, late Crook, music master. Ct. Kendal. Meeting, Jan. 9,
at 12.30, at Grosvenor hotel, Kendal. Exam. Jan. 9, at 2, at Court-house,
at noon, at 65, High-st, Merthyr Tydfil. Exam, Jan. 20, at 3, at Court-house,
Merthyr Tydfil PULMAN, Edwin John, Merthyr Tydfil, confectioner. Ct. Merthyr Tydfl. Meeting,
Jan. 13, at 3. at 65, High-st, Merthyr Tydfil. Exam. Jan. 20, at 3, at Court-house,
manufacturer. Ct. Wakefield. Meeting, Jan. 8. at 11, at office of Off. Rec.
Wakefield. Exam. Feb. 4. at 11, at Court-house, Wakefield. STOCKDALE, JOE, Huddersfield, bootmaker. Ct. Huddersfield. Meeting, Jan. 11,
at 11, at office of Off. Rec. Huddersfield. Exam. Feb. 15, at 2, at County Court,
at noon, at Grosvenor hotel, Kendal. Exam. Jan. 9, at 2, at Court-house,
Keudal. SHARRAD, JOHN HENRY, Loughborongh, haberdasher. Ct. Leicester. Meeting,
Jan. 8, at 12 30, at office of Off. Rec. Leicester. Exam. Jan. 21, at 10, at the
Castle, Leicester. SHITA, JOSEPH MANTON, Northampton, huilder. Ct. Northampton. Meeting, Jan. 9,
at 11.30. at County Court-bldgs, Northampton. Exam. Fe 16, at noon, at
County-hall. Northampton. SLATER. JOHN CLEMENT (Trading as Slater Brothers), Longton, leather dealer. Ct.
Stoke-upon-Trent and Longton. Meeting, Jan. 8, at noon, at office of Off. Rec.
Newcastle-under-Lyme. Exam. Jan. 28, at 10.15, at Townhall, Stoke-upon-Trent TIPPING, PATRICK, Bolton, greengrocer.
Ct. Bolton. Meeting. Jan. 12, at 11, at 16, Wood-st, Bolton. Exam. Jan. 18, at 11, at Court-house. Bolton. THOMAS, SAMUEL (late trading with George Foster as Thomas and Co.). Ardwick,
general carrier. Ct. Manchester. Meeting. Jan. 8. at 2 30, at office of Off. Rec.
Manchester. Exam. Jan. 18, at 11, at Court-house, Manchester.
Tyne, engineer. Ct. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Meeting, Jan. 11, at 11.30. at office of
castle-on-Tyne. WENZEL, JOHAN CARL EMIL HUBERT, Buxton, hairdresser. Ct. Stockport. Meeting.
Jan. 8, at noon, at office of 0.1. Rec. Stockport. Exam. Jan. 28, at 10.15, at Court
house, Stockport. WHITE, FREDERICK, Biggleswade, tinman. Ct. Bedford. Meeting. Jan. 11, at noon,
at office of Ofr. Rec. Bedford. Exam. Jan. 19, at 11, at Shirehall. Bedford, WHITTAKER, DAVID, Blackburn, late confectioner. Ct. Blackburn. Meeting, Jan. 13,
at 1.30, at County Court-house, Blackburn. Exam. Jan. 13, at 11, at County
Court-house. Blackburn. WEST, FREDERICK GEORGE, late Hove, jute merchant. Ct. Brighton. Meeting,
Jan. 11, at 2.80, at office of Off. Rec. Brighton. Exam. Jan. 21, at 11, at Courthouse, Brighton.
GAZETTE, JAN. 5. ANSTEY. ROBERT, late Bristol, grocer. Ct. Bristol. Meeting. Jan. 13, at 12.30, at
office of Off. Rec. Bristol. Exam Jan. 15. at noon, at Guldhall, Bristol. ASTBURY, JAMES WILLIAM, Putney, solicitor's clerk. Ot. Wandsworth, Meeting,
Jan. 15, at 12.30, at 24. Railway-approach, London Bridge. Exar. Feb. 4,
at noon. at Court-house, Wandsworth. BYRNE, FREDERICK (trading as Frederick Byrne and Co), Wandsworth, cabinet
manufacturer. Ot. Wandsworth. Meeting, Jan. 14, at 11.30, at 24, Railway
approach, London Bridge. Exam. Feb. 4, at noon, at Court-house, Wandsworth. BRAMHALL, BERBERT, Sheffield. retail butcher. Ct. Sheffield. Meeting, Jan. 12,
at 2.30. at office of Off. Rec. Sheffield. Exam. Jan, 21, at 3, at County Court-hall,
Sheffield. COLLET, EDWARD FRANCIS, late Worthing, solicitor. Ct. Brighton. Meeting,
Jan. 13, at 2.30, at office of Melville Green, Chapel-rd, Worthing. Exam. Jan. 21,
at 11, at Court-house, Brighton. DANGERFIELD, RICHARD JAMES, Swansea, tobacconist. Ct. Swansea. Meeting,
Jan. 12, at 2 15, at office of Off. Rec. Swansea. Exam. Jan. 21, at 11.30, at
Townhall, Swansea. GRIFFETT, JOHN, Gloucester, coal merchant. Ct. Gloucester. Meeting, Jan. 16,
at noon, at omce of Off. Rec. Gloucester. Exam. Feb. 2, at noon, at Shirehall,
Gloucester. HUTCHINSON, JOB. Morley, coal merchant. Ct. Dewsbury. Meeting, Jan. 12, at 3,
At office of Off. Rec. Batley. Exam. Feb. 2, at 2, at County Court-house,
Dewsbury. HARRINGTON, ALFRED, Farnham, gravel contractor, Cr. Guild ford and Godalming.
Meeting, Jan. 14, at 12.30, at 24. Railway-approach, London Bridge. Exam.
Feb. 2. at 1, at Townhall, Guildford. HARDY, HENRY (trading as Henry Hardy and Co.), Leicester, fancy hosier. Ct.
Leicester. Meeting, Jan. 12, at 12.30, at office of Off. Rec. Leicester. Exam,
Jan. 21, at 10, at the Castle, Leicester. HUNTER, JOHN, Darlington, journeyman plumber. Ct Stockton-on-Tees and Middles
hrough. Meeting, Jan. 13, at 3. at office of Off. Rec. Middlesbrough. Exam.
Jan. 13, at 10.30, at Court-house, Stockton-on-Tees. HOMAN, ARTHUR RICHARD, Cheltenham, draper. _Ct. Cheltenham. Meeting, Jan. 14,
at 3, at County Court-bldge, Cheltenham. Exam. Jan. 14, at noon, at County
Court, Cheltenham. HARFORD, JOSEPH WILLIAM, King's Norton. builder. Ct. Birmingham. Meeting,
Jan. 15. at 11, at 23, Colmore-row, Birmingham, Exam. Jan. 27, at 2, at County
Court. Birmingham. HOEFFLER, MARTIN, late Craven Park-rd, Harlesden, baker. Ct. High Court. Meet
ing, Jan. 12, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. Feb. 11, at 11.30, at Bankruptcy
bldgs. HORSPOOL, JOEL (late trading as Leonard Kane), Jate Hinde-st, Manchester-sq,
teacher of music, Ct. High Court. Meeting, Jan. 12, at noon, at Bankruptcy
bldgs. Exam. Feb. 11, at noon, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. LACEY, ALBERT, Birmingham, plater. Ct. Birmingham. Meeting, Jan. 13, at 11,
at 23, Colmore-row, Birmingham. Exam. Jan. 27, at 2, at County Court,
Birmingham LYLE, JAMES, Crystal Palace-rd, East Dulwich, mining engineer. Ct. High Court.
Meeting. Jan. 13, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. Feb. 12, at 11.30, at Bank
ruptcy-bldgs. NOTT, JOHN GFORGE LATHAM PLEYDELT, Coventry-st. Piccadilly, captain in the
auxiliary forces. Ct. High Court. Meeting, Jan, 13, at noon, at Bankruptcy
bldgs. Exam. Feb. 12, at 11.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. NFALE, CHABLE: THOMAS, Orston, gentleman. Ot. Nottingham. Meeting, Jan. 12,
at noon, at office of off. Rec. Nottingham. Exam. Jan. 20, at 11.30, at County
Court-bouse, Nottingham. PERCIVAL, THOMAS, Appleton, farmer. Ct. Warrington. Meeting, Jan. 29, at 10.45,
at Court-house, Warrington. Exam. Jan 29, at 11, at Court-house, Warrington. PROCTOR, JAMES (late trading as James Proctor and Co.), Nelson, cotton manufac
turer. Ct. Burnley. Meeting, Jan. 29, at ), at Exchange hotel, Burnley. Exam. Jan. 29, at 11, at Court house, Burnley.
(Continued on page 236.)
FIRST MEETINGS AND PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS,
GAZETTE, DEC. 1. ABBOTT, EDWARD HENRY, late Knightrider-st, publican. Ct. H'gh Court. Meeting
Jan. 11. at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. Feb. 3, at 2, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. AMERY, WILLIAM THOMAS, and AMERY, THOMAS JANES (trading as George Amery
and Sons), Seymour-pl, Bryanston-sq. coach huilders. Ct. High Court. Meeting,
Jan. 8, at 2.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. 'Exam. Feb. 3, at 12.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. BROWNE, JOHN EDWARD. Iate Leadenball-st, financial agent. Ct. High Court. Meet
ing, Jan. 8, at 1. at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. Feb. 3, at 2, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. BUNDEY, WILLIAM PAGR. Southampton, builder. Ct. Southampton. Meeting, Jan. 12,
at 3.15, at office of Ori. Rec. Southampton. Exam. Jan. 27, at 11, at Court-house,
Southampton. BARRELL, JAMES, Senghenydd, baker. Ct. Pontypridd. Meeting, Jan. 8, at 3, at
65, High-st, Merthyr Tydfl.' Exam. Jan 26, at 11, at Court-bouse, Pontypridd. CASH, ALEXANDER WILLIAN (carrying on siness as Cash ani Co), Laurence
Pountney-hill. Ct. High Court. Meeting, Jan. 11, at noou, at Bankruptcy-bldgs.
Exam. Feb. 3. at 12 30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. CRISP, ARTHUR FREDERICK ROWAN (trading es Ellis and Crisp), Crossla, East
cheap, wine merchant. Ct. High Court. Meeting, Jan. 8, at 11, at Bankruptcy
bldgs. Exam. Feb. 2, at 12.3), at Bankruptcy-bldgs. CLARK, GEORGE JAMES, Bowness, architect. Ct. Kendal. Meeting. Jan. 9, at 11.30,
at Grosvenor hotel, Kendal. Exam. Jan. 9, at 2, at Court-bouse, Kendal. COLLEY, WILLIAM HENRY, Fernhill Heath, late market gardener. Ct. Worcester.
Meeting, Jan. 9. at 11 30, at office of Off. Rec. Worcester. Exam. Jan. 19, at 2.15,
at Guildhall, Worcester. DAVIES, JOHN LEWI8, Abercynon, tailor, Ct. Pontypridd. Meeting, Jan. 11, at 3, at
65, High-st, Merthyr Tydfl. Exam. Jan. 26, at 11, at Court-house, Pontypridd. EAGLES, CHARLES, Bedford, baker. Ct. Bedford. Meeting. Jan 11, at 11.30, at office
of Off. Rec. Bedford. Exam. Jan. 19, at 11. at Shirehall, Bedford. EISENHOFER, ANTHONY AUGUSTUS, Twickenbam, tutor. Ct. Brentford. Meeting,
Jan. 9, at 11.30. at 95, Temple-chmbrs, Temple-as. Exam. Jan. 19, at 2.15, at
Townhall, Brentford. FREEMAN, ROBERT ENGLAND, Newcastle-on-Tyne, engineer. Ct Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Meeting, Jan. 11, at noon, at office of Off. Rec. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Exam.
Jan. 19. at 11.30, at County Court, Newcastle-on-Tyne. GLOVER, WILLIAM HERBERT, Southport, stockbroker. Ct Liverpool. Meeting,
Jan. 12, at noon, at office of Off. Rec. Liverpool. Exam. Jan. 14, at 11, at Court
house, Liverpool. GORHAM, ALFRED, late Marden, baker. Ct. Maidstone, Meeting. Jan. 13, at 10.30,
at office of on. Rec. Maidstone. Exam. Jan. 18, at noon, at Sessions-house,
Maidstone. HEYWOOD, JAMES GRAHAM, Didsbury, ironfounder. Ct. Stockport. Meeting, Jan. 8,
at 11.30, at office of Off. Rec. Stockport. Exam. Jan. 28, at 10.15, at Court-house,
Stockport. INGRAM, WILLIAM, Weston Turville, beerhouse-keeper. Ct. Aylesbury. Meeting,
Jan. 11, at 10.30, at George hotel, Aylesbury. Exam. Jan. 11, at 11, at County
hall, Aylesbury: JONES, DAVID, Craigfargoed, builder. Ct. Merthyr Tydfil. Meeting, Jan. 12, at 3,
at 65. High-st, Merthyr Tydfil. Exam. Jan. 20, at 3, at Court-house, Merthyr
Tydfil JONES, THOMAS !'OWELL. Swansea, builder. Ct. Swanses, Meeting, Jan. 12, at noon,
at office of Off. Rec. Swansea. Exam. Jan. 21, at 11 30, at Townhall, Swansea.
MORAVIAN MISSIONS. LONDON CITY MISSION
ST. GILES' CHRISTIAN MISSION. (FOUNDED 1835).
Supported entirely by Voluntary Contributions. OLDEST TO HEATHEN. FIRST TO LEPERS.
EVANGELICAL AND PIONEERING,
THIS Missions chase provided 300;ocon Free Estimated INCREASE in Annual Expenditure of £8000.
Breakfasts to Discharged Prisoners, and is constantly owing to gratifying growth of the work, and unavoidable
assisting the innocent but , uffering Wives and Children or Extension and Expansion in several fields. To help to meet
those undergoing sentence. Dererving Applicants still this, and thus prevent the inevitable hindrance of the work,
Appealing for FOOD, FIRING, CLOTHING, and
WORK. THE LONDON ASSOCIATION issues this EARNEST APPEAL
SHALL THEY APPEAL IN VAIN ? for Increased Funds to meet these increasing needs. Contributions will be thankfully received by the Rev. W.
Treasurer-F. A. BEVAN, Esq., 54, Lombard-st., E.C. WETTON COX, Clerical Secretary,
Mr3. F. S. STAHLSCHMIDT, Lay Secretary.
Superintendent-WILLIAM WHEATLEY, Office : 2, FURNIVAL's Inx, LONDON, E.C.
4, Ampton-street, Regent-square, London, W.C. CITY OF LONDON TRUSS SOCIETY,
ORPHAN WORKING SCHOOL,
FOUNDED 1758. Estab. 1807.] 35, Finsbury Square. [Estab. 1807.
500 FATHERLESS CHILDREN OF BOTH SEXES ARE For the Relief of the Ruptured Poor throughout the Kingdom.
MAINTAINED AND EDUCATED.
Patron-HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. Patron . - H.R.H THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G.
Treasurer-BASIL WOODD SMITH, Esq., J.P., D.L. Treasurer .. JouN NORBURY, Esq.
Senior School-MAITLAND PARK, N.W. The patients (numbering 10.186 in 1895) are of both sexes
Junior School-HORNSEY Rise, N. and all ages, from children a month old to adults over 95
Convalescent Home-HAROLD ROAD, MARGATE. Orer Half a Million Patients have been relieved since the formation of the Charity. Additional funds are greatly 480 MISSIONARIES EMPLOYED, Two votes are allowed at each Election for every Guinea
NEW ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE URCENTLY NEEDED. needed to meet the increasing demands on the Charity. Premises recently enlarged, providing, inter alia, a separate
subscribed. entrance, waiting room and female attendant for female
123 of whom visit special classes.
Secretary-ALGERNON C. P. COOTE, M.A. patients.
Öffices--73, CA EAPSIDE, E C.
FUNDS URGENTLY NEEDED. Bankers-LONDON JOINT STOCK, PRINCES STREET, E.C.
Omce: 3, BRIDEWELL PLACE, LONDON, E.C.
M.A.; REV. ROBERT DAWSON, B.A.
Treasurer : F. A. BEVAN, Esq.
ST. JOHN'S SKIN HOSPITAL, LONDON FEMALE PREVENTIVE AND
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, W.
FUNDS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED.
LEICESTER SQUARE, W.C.
The Rr, Hon. the EARL OF ABERDEEN.
Free to the Poor without letter of recommendation.
Treasurer-THOMAS SALT, Esq. Free to the necessitous. Patients seen every afternoon
Bankers-Lloyd's Bank Ltd., 16, St. James's Street, S.W. The In-Patients average 400 and New Out-Patients
The Seven Homes and Open - all - Night Refuge are except Friday) from 1.30 to 3.30, and every night (excent
11,000 Yearly. Saturday) from 6.30 10 8. Also on Thursday mornir g3
managed by a Committee of Subscribers, and are visited
by Ladies. The Benefits are Free to Friendless and Fallen from 10.30 to 12.
Young Women and Girls. Prompt succonr is afforded, and
no suitable case rejected. Contributions towards Daily FREE AND PAYING IN-PATIENTS ADMITTED.
Expenses are needed.
WILLIAM J. TAYLOR, Secretary.
Treasurer-GEORGE HANBURY, Esq.
NORTH-EASTERN HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN, ARETHUSA AND "CHICHESTER TRAINING SHIPS.
Hackney Road, Shoreditch, N.E. 164, SHAFTESBURY AVENUE, LONDON, W.C.
A REGISTERED HOSPITAL FOR THE UPPER AND
This Institution is situated in a beautiful and healthy
Patron-H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. There is comfortable accommodation at moderate rates,
Prexident-JOSEPH GURNEY BARCLAY, Esq. As this Society is a National one, not simply Metropolitan, both in the Hospital itself and at Plantation House,
Chairman-LORD FREDERICK J. Fitz-Roy. admission is ensured to a destitute child from whatever Dawlish, a seaside residence on the South Devon Coast,
Treasurer-J. LISTER GODLEE, Esq. part of the kingdom it moy come. 800. CHILDREN MAIN affording more privacy, with the benefits of sen-air and a
Bankers-MESSRS. BARCLAY, BEVAN & Co. TAISED. No VOTES REQUIRED. Funds URGENTLY NEEDED.
mild and salubrious climate. Donations wi be thankfully rece red by the Treasurer, W. E. Hubbard, Esq., Bankers, London and Westminster, required. Voluntary Patients or Boarders also received
Private Rooms and Special Attendants provided, if
1894-In-Patients, 701. Out-Patients, 13,124 new cases; 214, High Holborn, or by
T. GLENTON-KERR, Secretary.
City Office-27, Clement's Lane, E.C.
Resident Medical Superintendent.
HOMES for the AGED POOR, METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL THE HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN.
FIELD LANE REFUGES AND
23 and 27. ST. GEORGE'S-ROAD, and 10, SAUNDERS
SOHO SQUARE, LONDON, W. ROAD, NOTTING HILL.: 7,9,11. 15, and 17, MINFORD.
KINGSLAND ROAD, N.E. GARDENS, WE-T KENSINGTON PARK ; 65,
Founded 1842. Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1887. WALTERTON-ROAD. ST. PETER'S PARK, PAD.
Patron-H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES.
Patron-H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. DINGTON; and 41 and 43, PENGE ROAD, SOUTH
Chairman-JOSEPH FRY, Esq., J.P. NORWOOD; all of which are open to Visitors daily Vice-Chairman-T. DYER EDWARDES, Esq., J.P.
President-The Duke of Westminster, K.G. Treasurer
F. A. Bevan, Esq. between the hours of 3 and 5.
Treasurer-THE RIGHT Hox. LORD BATTERSEA.
Bankers-Messrs. Parclay, Bevan. Ransom,
and Co., One Hundred and Thirty-five Inmates, varying in age from This Hospital has accommodation for 160 In-patients.
54, Lombard-street, E.O., and 1, Pall Mall East, s.w. 60 to 90 years, are now resident in the Homes. but owing to want of funds only 66 beds are at present
TRE HOSPITAL FOR WOMEX was the first established in SUBSCRIPTIONS and DONATIONS will be thankfully available. received by MAJOR BOILEAU, R.E., Hon. Treasurer, 35,
IN PATIENTS, 1895
this or any other country exclusively for the treatment of Beaconsfield-road, Ealing, W.; Miss HARRISON and Miss
Diseases peculiar to Women. This National Institution is
entirely dependent upon Voluntary Contributions, which S. A. HARRISOX, Hon. Secretaries, 5, Grandacre-terrace, The Aid of the Benerolent is most Earnestly Solicited.
are most urgently needed for the support of sixty beds. Anerley, S.E. Contributions for the Building Fund are also earnestly solicited.
CHARLES H. BYERS, Secretary.
DAVID CANNON, Secretary. METROPOLITAN AND CITY POLICE BRITISH ASYLUM FOR DEAF AND ORPHANAGE.
LOWER CLAPTON, E. Wellesley House, Twickenham, Middlesex.
INSTITUTED 1851. CERT. 25 & 26 Vict. c. 43.
Patrons-H.B.H. The Prince of Wales, K.G., H.R.H., The
Princess of Wales. President-His GRACE THE ARCH.
VINE STREET, CLERKENWELL ROAD, E C. BISHOP CANTERBURY. Treasurer -THE Hon. The design of this Institution is to afford relief to as PASCOE CHARLES GLYN. Secretary-W.T. HILLYER, Esq. This Charity (founded in 1841) maintains constantly 800 many of the destitute orphans of members of the Metro- THE OBJECTS ARE-a. To educate, or continue the educa. Destitute and Homeless Children and Adults, and attords politan and City of London Police Forces as the funds will cation of adult female deaf-mutes.' 5. To give industrial them the blessing of Religious Instruction and of Indus. permit; to provide them with Clothing, Maintenance, and training and religious instruction with a view to enable trial Training. Carries on a Gospel Mission amongst some Education; and to place them out in situations where the deaf-mutes to gain a livelihood. c, To provide a home for 6000 persons. prospect of an bonest livelihood shall be secured. But no those who are unable to do anything towards their own child can be admitted into the Orphanage whore father was maintenance,
DEPENDENT ON VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS. not a snbscriber. SUBSCRIPTIONS and DONATIONS FUNDS ARE MOST URGENTLY NEEDED. Contribu
Treasurer : WILFRID A. BEVAN, Esq., 54, Lombard Street will be thankfully received by the Secretary,
tions will be! thankfully received by the Secretary, at the
Secretary : PEREGRINE PLATT.
For WOMEN and CHILDREN (Unendowed),
MARYLEBONE ROAD, N.W.
Bankers Messrs. WILLIAMS, DEACON & Co.
Patron-H.R.H. the DUKE of CONNAUGHT, K.G. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY £318.
tution, whose ages range from fifteen to two years. All are
fatherless, many are also motherless. Four Thousand One FUNDS URGENTLY NEEDED TO OPEN MORE WARDS, Hundred and Seventy-three Children, from all parts of the The beds are kept filled, and are, without exception, as patients are waiting for admission.
British Dominions, have been received since its establishe entirely free. An extensive out department. Medicine
ment. Nearly 600 are in the Asylum now. The Institution Treasurer-R. BIDDULPH MARTIN, Esq., M.P. depends upon VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS for
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REES. ROWLAND, Cardiff, decorator. Ct. Cardiff. Meeting. Jan. 15, at 11, at
office of Off. Rec. Cardiff. Exam. Jan. 22, at 10, at Townhall, Cardiff. RANDELL, ARTHUR, Farnborough, ironmonger. Ct. Guildford and Godalming.
Meeting, Jan. 12, at 12.30, at 24, Railway-approach, London Bridge. Exam,
Feb. 2 at 1, at Townhall, Guildford. STEVENS, SIDNEY MACKENZIE, Bexhill, engraver. Ct. Hastings. Meeting, Jan. 19,
at 2.15, at office of Young and Sons, Bank-bldgs, Hastings. Exam. Jan. 19, at
noon, at Townhall, Hastings. SHORROCK, MOSES PETER (commoniy known as Marcus Percy Shorrock), late Regent
st, company promoter. Ct. High Court. Meeting, Jan. 13, at 11, at Bankruptcy
bldgs. Exam. Feb. 2, at noon, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. SLATOR, JOHN ROSBE, late Buckingham, wine merchant. Ct. High Court. Meeting,
Jan. 13, at noon, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. Feb. 2, at noon, at Bankruptcy
bldgs. STEVENS, CHARLES LLEWELLYN, Mare-st, Hackney, bootmaker. Ct. High Court.
Meeting, Jan. 14, at 2.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. Feb. 2, at noon, at
Bankruptcy-bldgs. SCOTT, ALBERT HOWARD (trading as A. H. Scott and Co.), Birmingham, bedstead
mount manufacturer. Ct. Birmingham. Meeting, Jan. 12, at 11, at 23, Colmore
row, Birmingham. Exam. Jan. 28, at 2, at County Court, Birmingham, SWAIN, ROBERT, Hove, baker. Ct. Brighton. Meeting, Jan. 13, at noon, at office of
Off. Rec. Brighton. Exam. Feb. 4, at 11, at Court-house, Brighton, SOMERSET, HENRY EDWARD BRUDENELL (commonly known as Lord Edward
Somerset), Stapleton. Ct. Bristol. Meeting, Jan. 18, at 3.30, at Bankruptcy
bldgs. Exam. Feb. 5, at noon, at Guildhall, Bristol. SNELL, JOSEPH, Ipswich, boot dealer. Ct. Ipswich. Meeting, Jan. 14, at 12.30, at
at omice of Off. Rec. Ipswich. Exam, Jan. 22, at 11, at Shirehall, Ipswich SCOVELL, GEORGE HENRY, Newport, corn merchant. Ct. Newport and Ryde.
Meeting, Jan. 12, at noon, at 19, Quay-st, Newport. Exam. Jan. 18, at noon, at
Court-house, Newport. TRAWFORD, JOHN, Bloxwich, brushmaker. Ct. Walsall. Meeting. Jan. 14, at 11.30,
at office of Off. Rec. Walsall. Exam. Jan. 14, at noon, at Court-house, Walsall WILLIS, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Aston-juxta-Birmingham, grist miller. Ct. Birmingham.
Meeting, Jan. 14, at 11, at 23, Colmore-row, Birmingham. Exam. Jan. 28, at 2, at
County Court, Birmingham. Wilson. GEORGE WILLIAM (trading as G. W. Wilson and M. Hodgson), Bradford,
Yorks, confectioner. Ot. Bradford. Meeting, Jan, 15, at 11, at office of Off. Rec.
Bradford. Exam. Jan, 21, at 10, at County Court, Bradford. WOOD, ALBERT GEORGE, Fishponds, baker. Ct. Bristol. Meeting. Jan. 13, at noon,
at office of Off Rec. Bristol. Exam. Jan. 22, at noon, at Guildhall Bristol. WILLIAMS, JOHN VAUGHAN, Cardiff, shipowner. Ot. Cardiff. Meeting. Jan. 14,
at noon, at office of Off. Rec. Cardiit. Exam. Jan. 22, at 10, at Townhall,
Cardiff. WATSON, JAMES HENRY (late trading as Webbs's "T" Depot), late Bishop's Stortford,
grocer. Ct. Hertford. Meeting, Jan. 12, at 3, at 221, Temple-cbmbrs, Temple-av.
Exam. Jan. 22, at noon, at Shirehall, Hertford. WEBSTER. WILLIAM, Ipswich, butcher. Ct. Ip-wich. Meeting, Jan. 14, at 11.30,
at office of Off. Rec. Ipswich. Exam. Jan. 22, at 11, at Shirehall, Ipswich. WILLIAMS, HUBERT, Cwmcarne, boot merchant. Ct. Newport. Mon. Meeting.
Jan, 13, at noon, at office of on. Rec. Newport. Exam. Jan. 26, at 10, at Townhall, Newport.
EDMONDSON, CHRISTOPHER JOHN, Ripon, cattle dealer. Ct. Northallerton. Order,
Dec. 31. FLOYD. EDWARD CHARLES ROADS, Botley, market gardener. Ct. Southampton
Order Dec. 31. GODWIN, FREDERICK, Devizes, provision dealer. Ct. Bath. Order, Dec. 31. GLOVER. WILLIAM HERBERT, Southport, stockbroker. Ct. Liverpool. Order, Dec. 31. HANNAM, MESHACH, late Ealing, farmer. Ct. Brentford. Order, Jan. 1. HIMMENS, FREDERICK, Nutbourne, dealer. Ct. Brighton. Order, Jan. 1. HAYS, GEORGE, Pilsley, collier. Ct. Derby. Order, Dec. 31. HEPWORTH, WILLIAM, Ossett, plumber. Ct. Dewsbury. Order, Jan, 2. HARRINGTON, ALFRED, Farnham, gravel contractor. Ct. Guildford and Codalming.
Order, Dec. 31. HOWDLE, ALFRED, Howden, late confectioner. Ct. Kingston-upon-Hull. Order,
Jan. 1. INMAN, RICHARD (trading as R. W. Inman and Inman and Co.), Brighton, coach
builder. Ct. Brighton. Order, Jan. 2. JOB, JOHN, Liverpool, grocer. Ut. Liverpool. Order, Jan. 1. JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Wolverhampton, butcher. Ct. Wolverhampton. Order, Jan. 2. LODER, FREDERICK (trading as Onarles and Co.), Birmingham, cabinetmaker. Ct.
Birmingham. Order, Dec, 31. LEWIS, DAVID, Cymmer, grocer. Ct. Neath. Order, Dec. 31. MARSHALL, SAMUEL GEORGE, Stoke Damerell, pensioner. Ct. Plymouth and East
Stonehouse. Order, Jan. 1. NOTT, JUAN GEORGE LATHAM PLEYDELL, late Coventry-st, Piccadilly, a captain in the
auxiliary forces. Ct. High Court Order, Jan, 1. RANDELL, ARTHUR, Farnborough, ironmunger. Ct. Guildford and God alming.
Order, Dec. 23, SHORROCK, MOSES PETER (commonly known as Marcus Percy Shorrock), late Regent
st. company promoter. Ct. High Court. Order, Dec. 31. SLATOR, JOAN ROSBE, late Buckingham, wine merchant. Ct. High Court. Order
Dec, 31. STANNARD, WILLIAM FREDERICK, late Witham, licensed rictualler. Ct. Chelmsford.'
Order, Dec. 30. SNELL, JOSEPH, Ipswich, boot dealer. Ct. Ipswich. Order, Dec. 31. SCOVELL, GEORGE HENRY, Newport, corn merchant. Ct. Newport and Ryde. Order,
Dec. 31. SLATER, JOHN CLEMENT (trading as Slater Brothers), Longton, leather dealer. Ct.
Stoke-upon-Trent and Longtun. Order, Dec. 30. STANLEY, GEORGE ENOCH, Wolverhampton, late grocer. Ct. Wolverhampton. Order,
Jan. 2. TAYLOR, JAMES GREENWOOD. Bingley, beer dealer. Ct. Bradford. Order, Jan. 2. WILLIAMSON, JOHN, Great Wigborough, farmer. Ct. Colchester. Order, Jan. 1. WEBSTER, WILLIAM, Ipswich, butcner. Ct. Ipswich. Order, Dec. 30.
Winding-up of Companies.
GAZETTE, JAN. 1. POTTERIES CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCTIVE BUILDERS' SOCIETY LIMITED, Stoke-upon
Trent. Ct. Stoke-upon-Trent and Longton. Meeting, creditors, Jan. 13, at 2.30; contributories, at 3.15, at North Stafford hotel, Stolze upon-Trent.
NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS.
GAZETTE, JAN. 5. JOHN T. ICES AND SON LIMITED, Bristol. Ct. High Court. Amount per pound, 68. 8d.
First. Payable any day (except Saturday), between 11 and 2, ai 33, Carey-st. PRESERVATION SYNDICATE LIMITED, Bucklersbury. Ct. High Court. Amount per
pound, 12s. Second and final. Payable any day (except Saturday), between 11 and 2, at 33, Carey-st. NOTICES OF RELEASES OF LIQUIDATORS.
GAZETTE, JAN. 1. ARMY, NAVY, AND CIVIL SERVICE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY OF INDIA LIMITED, Queen
Victoria-st. Ct. High Court. Liquidator, George Stapylton Barnes, 33, Carey-si. kelease, Dec. 19.
GAZETTE, JAN, 5. NATIONAL MUTUAL BANK SOCIETY LIMITED, Southampton-bldgs, Chancery-la.
Ct. Westminster County Court of Middlesex, Liquidator, George Stapylton
Barnes, 33, Carey-st. Release, Dec. 31. NORTH WALES GUNPOWDER COMPANY LIMITED, Tyddyngwladis. Ct. Portmadoc
and Blaenau Festiniog. Liquidator. Llewellyn Hugh Jones, Crypt-chmbrs, Eastgate-row, Chester. Release, Dec. 31.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
GAZETTE, JAN. 1. BURBY, ELIAS, Leeds, late furniture dealer. Ct. Leeds. Order, Dec. 30. BRUMBY, ELLERBY, late Wigan, journeyman joiner, Ct. Liverpool. Order, Dec. 30. BILLING, TIMOTHY, Southsea, butcher. Ct. Portsmouth. Order, Dec. 30. BIRD, ALFRED, White Horse-st, Stepney, cheesemonger. Ct. High Court. Order,
Dec. 28. CRISP, ARTHUR FREDERICK ROWAN (trading as Ellis and Crisp), Cross-la, Eastcheap,
wine merchant. Ct. High Court. Order, Dec. 28. DOBSON, LOUISA ANNE, Hastings, lodging-house proprietres s. Ct. Hastings. Order,
Dec. 22. EDWARDS, THOMAS, Lye, late innkeeper. Ct. Stourbridge. Order, Dec. 10. FORCE. ARTHUR, Gosport, draper. Ct. Portsmouth. Order, Dec. 29. GEORGE, CHARLES FREDERICK (trading as C. F. George and Co.), Midhurst, grocer.
Ct. Brighton. Order, Dec. 30. GUNBY, HENRY ARTRUR, Leicester, furniture dealer. Ct. Leicester. Order, Dec. 29. GORHAM, ALFRED, late Marden, baker. Ct. Maidstone. Order, Dec. 29. HOEFFLER, MARTIN, late Harlesden, baker. Ct. High Court. Order, Dec. 24. HUTCHINSON, JOB, Morley, coal merchant. Ct. Dewsbury. Order, Dec. 30. HARRIS, PHILIP, Leeds, schoolmaster. Ct. Leeds. Order, Dec. 29. JOHNSON, JAMES PARNELL. Middle Rasen, farmar. Ct. Lincoln. Order, Dec, 29. JACKSON, WALTER EVANS, St. Mildred's-et, Poultry. Ct. High Court. Order,
Dec. 28. KENDRICK, JOHN ADAMS, Chester, bill poster. Ct. Chester. Order, Dec. 29. MACIVER. DONALD, Leeds, photographer. Ct. Leeds. Order, Dec. 29. NOBRIS, MARY SARAH MERCHANT, Ealing, spinster. Ct. Brentford. Order, Dec. 29. PEAKCE, WILLIAM GARIBALDI, Chiswick, bootmaker. Ct. Brentford. Order, Dec. 29. PARKIN. HENRY SAMUEL, Ripon, cabinetmaker. Ct. Northallerton. (rder, Dec. 24 Rich, WILLIAM JAMES RATTENBURY (trading as Georgina Mary Rich), Devonport,
late lodging-house keeper. Ct. Plymouth and East Stonehouse. Order, Dec. 29. Ross, SAMUEL, Scarborough, grocer. Ct. Scarborough. Order, Dec. 30. RUSSELL, LEWIN GRIER, Norfolk-rd, Regent's Park, gentleman, Ct. High Court.
Order, Dec. 28. SMITH, CHARLES, late Queen-st, Rotherhithe. Ct. High Court. Order, Dec. 24. STOCKDALE, JOE, Huddersfield, bootmaker. Ct. Huddersfeld. Order, Dec. 22. SPEICHT, ARTHÚ R, and Speigar, JOHN (trading as John Speight), Leeds, contractors.
Ut. Leeds. Order, Dec. 29. TIPPING, PATRICK, Bolton, greengrocer. Ct. Bolton. Order, Dec. 29. Wilson, GEORGE WILLIAM (trading as G. W. Wilson and M. Hodgson), Bradford,
Yorks, confectioner. Ct. Bradford. Order, Dec. 29. WEST, FREDERICK GEORGE, late Hove, jute merchant. Ct. Brighton. Order, Dec. 30. WARTSKI, JOSEPH, late Manchester, jeweller. Ct. Bangor. Order, Dec. 30.
The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the Gazette of Dec. 22. LEIGA, HARRY WILCOCK, Sale, salesman. Ct. Manchester. Order, Dec. 18.
GAZETTE, JAN. 5. BARNES, JOHN WICKHAM, late Bolt-ct, Fleet-st, surgeon. Ct. High Court. Order,
Jan. 2. Booth, ROBERT HENRY (also trading as the Stamford Suw Mill Company), Staly
bridge, beerhouse-keeper. Ct. Ashton-under-Lyne and Stalybridge. Order, Jan. 1. BULL, HARRY, Banbury, coachbuilder. Ct. Banbury. Order. Dec. 22. DAVIDGE, JOHN WILLIAM, Ton Pentre, hawker of greengrocery. Ct. Pontypridd.
Order. Jan. 1.
BIRTHS. LLEWELLIN.-On the 2nd inst., at 9. Highland-grdns, St. Leonards, the wife of
William Llewellin, of Morants Court, near Sevenoaks, Barrister-at-law, of a
daughter. PHILLIPS.-On the 29th ult., at 4, Huntingdon-rd, Cambridge, the wife of W. R.
Phillips, Barrister-at-law, of a daughter. REED.-On the 29th ult., at Belvedere, Bridgwater, the wife of T. Maurice Reed,
Solicitor, of a son. WILLIAMS.-On the 23rdult., at 22, Lilyville-rd, Fulham, the wire of Henry W. Williams, Solicitor, of a daughter.
MARRIAGES. JACKSON-FOWLE.-On the 31st ult, at All Saints', Northallerton, William Gildert
Jackson to Olive Mary Fowle, eldest daughter of William Fowle, Solicitor,
Northallerton. Ware-Hobson.-On the 1st inst., at St. Margaret's, Liverpool, Charles R. White,
Solicitor, Liverpool, to Alice Pearce, daughter of Henry Hobson, Lyndhurst, Rutland-pk, Sheffield.
DEATHS. DAVIS.-On Christmas Day, at Hollywood Tower, after several months' illness of
phthisis and exhaustion, Francis Boileau Daris, Bart., only surviving son of Sir John Francis Davis, Bart., K.C.B., D.O.L., J.P., and Deputy-Lieutenant for Gloucestershire, and only son of Dame Lucy Ellen Davis, of Hollywood Tower,
Gloucestershire, aged 25 years. Doyne.-On the 1st inst., suddenly, at 8, Stratton-st, W., Richard Vigors Doyne,
Barrister-at-law, aged 72. HAY.-On the 25th ult., at Kveldsro, Lerwick, suddenly, Arthur James Hay, of Hay
field, D.L., Vice-Convener of the county of Zetland, in his 62nd year, ILDERTON.-On the 31st ult., at Roseleigh, Sutton, Surrey, Harriet Mary, dearly-loved
wife of Henry Decimus Ilderton, Solicitor, and daughter of the late Capt. Thomas
Lowton Robins, Royal Navy. MARSDEN.---On the 1st inst., at 31, Artesian-rd, Bayswater, Reginald Edward Willson
Marsden, eldest son of the late Edward Augustus Marsden, Solicitor, of
Walbrook, E.C. OVEREND.--On the 29th ult., at West Retford House, Retford, Notts, Maria, widow of
William Overend, Q.O., aged 83 years. SOMERVILLE.--On the 28th ult., suddenly, Stafford Baxter Somerville, of Bromler,
Kent, and 48, Lincoln's-inn-flds, London, Solicitor, son of the late Lieut, Joon
Somerville, R.N., Kt. T. and S. (Portugal), aged 74 years. SWINDEN.-On Christmas Eve, at his residence, Seely Park, near Birmingbam,
Charles Swinden, Solicitor, aged 61.
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Our New York correspondent writes :-“ Associate Justice STEPHEN J. FIELD, of the United States Supreme Court, continues to sit with the other justices, although the feeble condition of his health is shown by the fact that his name has not recently appeared in the published reports as delivering opinions of the court. Justice FIELD is now in his eighty-first year, and he finds it difficult to walk even the short distance required on his daily visit to the Supreme Court-room. If he lives and holds his office for a few weeks longer, his term of service will have been longer than that of any of the other judges, except Chief Justice MARSHALL, in the history of the Courts. Justice Field was appointed to his present office on the 10th March 1863, and will complete his thirty-fourth year of service next March. Justice JOSEPH STORY served somewhat less than thirty-four years, having been appointed on the 18th Nov. 1811, and having died on the 10th Sept. 1845. Chief Justice MARSHALL was appointed to office on the 31st Jan. 1801, and died on the 6th July 1835. His term of service was therefore nearly thirty-four years and six months. Associate Justice FIELD must hold office until after the middle of August in order to equal the record of Chief Justice MARSHALL. It is said to be an ambition of Justice FIELD to occupy the office which he holds longer than any other person has done, and he will probably not resign his position until he has attained his ambition, although he might at any time retire on a full pension.”
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The same writer says: “The justices of the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court for the New York City Department were guests of honour at a dinner at the Colonial Club on the 23rd Dec. Presiding Justice Van BRUNT, of that court, gave an interesting description of the methods adopted in carrying out the work of the court, which has been in existence for just one year.
It has decided 940 appeals within the year.
There are seven judges in the court, and five sit to hear each case.
A copy of each opinion prepared by one of the justices is submitted to each of his associates before it is made public. An opportunity is thus given for revision and correction, and each published opinion becomes the deliberate expression of the concurring judges. In many classes of cases the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court is the final tribunal of review, and its work has been so satisfactory that there is no prospect of a return to the old system under which appeals were usually carried to the Court of Appeals.”
LORD RUSSELL OF KILLOWEn presided on Wednesday evening last week, in the Ancient Concert Rooms, Dublin, at the inaugural banquet of the Castleknock Union of former pupils of that institution. In reply to the toast of his health, the LORD CHIEF JUSTICE made the proud boast that he was the first Irishman who had ever held the office of Lord Chief Justice of England, and the first Roman Catholic who had occupied that position since the Reformation.
AFTER sentencing the leading defendant in Reg. v. Scott, Mr. Justice HAWKINS, on application by her counsel, directed that she should be considered " at present” as a first-class misdemeanant, but added that he did not wish to interfere with the discretion of the HOME SECRETARY in the matter. The 67th section of the Prison Act 1865 is very specific in leaving the question entirely to the judge who tries any particular case. It enacts that “prisoners convicted of misdemeanour and not sentenced to hard labour shall be divided into at least two divisions, one of which shall be called 'the first division,'” and that whenever any person convicted of misdemeanour is sentenced to imprisonment without hard labour, it shall be lawful for the court or judge before whom such person has been tried to order, if such court or judge think fit, that such person shall be treated as a misdemeanant of the first division,” adding that
a misdemeanant of the first division shall not be deemed to be a criminal prisoner” within the meaning of the Prison Act. It will be remembered that in Dr. Jameson's case, after a refusal by the LORD CHIEF JUSTICE to order that the prisoner should be treated as a first-class misdemeanant, the Home Office interfered, and directed that he should be.
The public comments upon the unsavoury, wire-drawn, and painful case of Reg. v. Scott and others are a warning to both Bench and Bar. There is little room for purely legal criticism. Lay comment has been unusually free. The Times fell foul of the judge and the prosecuting counsel, the one for stimulating scenes, and the other for not freely admitting any amendment of the particulars of justification. Other journals assert that the judge evinced a bias from the first against the defendants, and blame the counsel for the latter for keeping up a game of bluff. The jury also complained of what proved a long contest of words, and the conclusion which seems to be unanimous is, that the case has added to no one's reputation. There is nothing more dangerous, more prejudicial to the law and its administration, than the existence of a belief in the public mind that the scales have not been held with absolute impartiality; whilst “scenes” in which judge and counsel engage, unseemly enough at Nisi Prius, are apt to become a grave scandal in a criminal trial. Consequently, we regret to see the comments which on this case have pervaded the lay press, and that there should be even a bare foundation for them.
The promotion of Mr. Justice Chitty to a Lord Justiceship of Appeal must be regarded as an appointment made solely on the merits and absolutely independent of all political and party considerations. Lord Justice CHITTY was elected to the Bench in 1881 by a Liberal Government, when he sat in the House of Commons as Liberal member for Oxford city, having as his colleague Sir WILLIAM HARCOURT.
The promotion to higher positions on the Judicial Bench of judges who owed their first elevation to a Government of a different party is not unusual. Thus the late Lord HANNEN was made a judge of the Queen's Bench, and subsequently judge of the Court of Probate, by a Liberal Government, and a Lord Justice of Appeal and Lord of Appeal in Ordinary by a Conservative Government. So, too, the late Lord BLACKBURN was appointed a Puisne Judge by a Liberal Government, but was made a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary by a Conservative Government. To give another instance, Lord Bowen became a Puisne Judge under a Conservative Administration, but a Lord Justice of Appeal under a Liberal Government. THESE illustrations—to say nothing of instances in which political opponents of the Government in the House of Commons have been raised to judicial office, as in the case of Mr. Justice MONTAGUE SMITH, who was elevated to the Bench in 1865 by a Liberal Government when Conservative member for Truro, and Lord Justice HOLKER, who, as an exlaw officer of the Crown in a Conservative Administration, was made by a succeeding Government a Lord Justice of Appeal-do much to produce public confidence in the Judicial Bench as evidence that the judges, as in theory, so, too, in some instances, in practice, owe their positions to merit rather than to political considerations.
CLERGYMEN are, by sect. 9 of the Juries Act 1870, exempted from serving“ upon any juries or inquests whatsoever," and in Re Dutton (66 L. T. Rep. 324), in which a solicitor's managing clerk was held to be exempt, it was decided that the general statutory exemption applied to coroners' juries. Not long ago, however, a clergyman having been summoned
a coroner's jury, and attended in pursuance of the summons, was informed by the coroner, in answer to a claim for exemption, that the point was a doubtful one, whereupon the claim of exemption was withdrawn, and the clergyman served upon the jury. The duty of making out proper lists of persons liable to serve appears to be thrown upon the overseers by the County Juries Act 1825, and by the same Act any person whose name has been wrongly inserted may procure it to be struck out at the revision of the lists at petty sessions.
For wilful insertion on any of these lists of a person not liable to serve, there is a fine of not more than £10 by sect. 45 of the same Act, and by sect. 9 of the Act of 1870 there is an express direction that the persons exempted by that Act shall be severally exempt from being returned to serve as well as from serving.
At the Wilts Assizes at Devizes, on Tuesday, Mr. Justice WILLIAMS, in the course of his charge to the grand jury, made an important judicial pronouncement. He said no doubt some of them had seen the volume of criminal statistics which had recently been published. These statistics contained much food for reflection which those who had to administer justice should digest. They seemed to show that there was great room for improvement in the method of the punishment of prisoners. He thought it would be a great advantage if those who had to administer justice should confer together more frequently as to the punishment which should be inflicted in certain classes of crime. At present, it was true, magistrates in quarter sessions conferred together, but judges and recorders of large towns worked on separate lines. He thought, if judges and chairmen of quarter sessions could confer together, or if permanent prison commissions could be appointed, more uniformity of sentences could be secured throughout the country.
The agitation in Ireland created by the report of the Financial Relations Commission has given rise to an argument which is highly absurd from a constitutional point of view. It is urged that the over-taxation of Ireland, disclosed by the report, is contrary to the provisions of the Act of
It rests, however, both legally and constitutionally, in the discretion of a supreme Parliament, waiving all moral considerations, to disregard these provisions. No guarantee could be more solemn than that contained in the Act of Union for the maintenance of the Established Church in Ireland. The compact, however, of the Union was made with an extinguished body--the Irish Parliament, to which the Union put an end. A legislative compact is an absurdity when there is no one either to enforce it or to release it. We say "to release it" designedly, for attempts irrevocably to bind men in future ages are always vain.
The following is a copy of a notice posted in the Registrar's office of the Brompton County Court :
LAW OF DISTRESS AMENDMENT ACT 1895. Take notice that, in accordance with the Rules dated the 29th day of November 1895, made under this Act, the general certificate held by you will not remain in force after the 1st day of February next, unless before that date the same shall be renewed.
Applications for the renewal of certificates should be made to the