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Superior Courts: Court of Chancery.-V. C. Kindersley.
missioner should have made such order, and if the evidence be sufficient, then to remit the case back with a declaration to that effect.
review his own decision or that of his predecessor in office, as to the liability of a person to be a contributory generally and not with a qualification, and although no new facts are brought forward.
THIS was a motion to reverse the decision of Master Richards that he would reconsider and review the finding of Master Kindersley in 1851, placing the name of Viscount Curzon on the list of contributories in respect only of any liability incurred on the particular day when he was present at and was elected a member of the managing committee. It was now sought to make the appellant generally liable, and the Master had held he was bound to review the former decision in accordance with Spottiswoode's case, 3 Eq. Rep. 681.
ful for the Master from time to time to reconsider and review any order or proceeding which may have been made by or may have taken place before him under the said Act, upon such terms and in such manner as he thinks fit."
THIS was an appeal from the decision of Mr. Commissioner Balguy, of the Birmingham District Court, refusing to adjudicate as bankrupt under the 12 & 13 Vict. c. 106, s. 69, William Palmer, a surgeon and apothecary, who had been taken into custody under a ca. sa. and subequently removed under a coroner's warrant on a charge of felony. The question was raised, on a previous hearing before the Lords Justices (reported ante, vol. 51, p. 350), and reserved for the consideration of the full Court, whether this Court had jurisdiction under s. 12, which enacts, that "the Court, in the exercise of its primary jurisdic- Glasse and De Gex in support; Roxburgh tion by virtue of this Act, shall have superin- for the official manager; Greene for contributendence and control in all matters of bank-tories, contrà, referred to the 12 & 13 Vict. c. ruptcy, and shall hear, determine, and make 108, s. 17, which enacts, that "it shall be laworder in any matter of bankruptcy whatever, so far as the assignees are concerned, relating to the disposition of the estate and effects of the bankrupt, or of any estate or effects taken under the bankruptcy and claimed by the assignees for the benefit of the creditors, or re- The Vice-Chancellor said, that, irrespective lating to any acts done or sought to be done of the Winding-up Acts, the Master had power by the assignees in their character of assignees under Order 68 of April 3, 1828,' upon speby virtue or under colour of the bankruptcy,cial grounds, to review his own decision or and also in any matter of bankruptcy whatever the prior one of another Master in the same as between the assignees and any creditor or other person appearing and submitting to the jurisdiction of the Court; and also in any application for a certificate of conformity, and in any other matter (whether in bankruptcy or not) where the Court by virtue of this Act has jurisdiction over the subject of the petition or application, save and except as may be by this Act otherwise specially provided, and subject in all cases to an appeal to such one of the Vice-Chancellors of the High Court of Chancery as the Lord Chancellor shall from time to time be pleased to appoint to sit in bankruptcy." De Gea for the bankrupt.
The Court (without calling on Daniel and A. Smith for the petitioners) said, that the hearing of the appeal on the merits ought to proceed. And in giving judgment (April 29) on the remaining points of trading and act of bankruptcy, said that the Court of Appeal had full jurisdictiou to declare whether in their opinion, upon the evidence, the Commissioner could have made an adjudication, and to remit the matter to him with a declaration if the evidence was thought sufficient.
office. Nor was it necessary for that purpose that any new facts should be brought forward, or to show that a different view had been taken of the existing law, but he was justified under the order in deciding that he would reconsider a former decision if he thought the matter had not on the former occasion been properly presented. The motion would therefore be refused, without costs,—the costs of the official manager to come out of the estate.
Chauntler v. Easton. April 24, 1856.
ORDER FOR RECEIVER.-REFUSAL OF PARTY
Upon the party named in an order as a re-
Welford in support; Speed and Crouch for other parties.
The Vice-Chancellor said, that as parties not
Which directs, that "no warrant to review any proceeding in the Master's office shall be allowed to be taken out, except by permission of the Master, upon special grounds to be shown to him for that purpose; and the costs of such review, when allowed, shall be in the discretion of the Master, and shall be paid by and to such persons and at such time as he shall direct."
Superior Courts: V. C. Kindersley.-V. C. Stuart.--Queen's Bench.
sui juris might be interested the order should | 110, s. 14,' to make absolute an order charging be carried out by summons at Chambers.
Blundell v. Blundell. April 28, 1856. WILL.CONSTRUCTION. - APPOINTMENT UNDER POWER.-VOID CONDITION.
A testator having a power to appoint by will among all his children at such ages, not being after 21 years from his death, by his will appointed under the power among all his children except two, who had become nuns, and he declared that any child for the time being entitled to any share of the trust funds becoming a nun, should not be entitled to any part thereof. All the children had attained 21 at the testator's death, but one, afterwards contemplated becoming a nun: Held, that the condition was void as to her, and that she was entitled to her share.
THE testator, having power under his marriage settlement to appoint certain moneys among all his children, at such ages not being after 21 years from the time of his decease, as he should appoint, by his will appointed in pursuance thereof the funds amongst all his children except Catherine and Clementina, who had become nuns, and he declared that no child or children for the time being entitled under any of the trusts contained in his will who should embrace a religious life by joining any religious community, should be entitled to any part of the trust fund. It appeared that there were six children surviving at the testator's death (including the two who were excluded from the trust), all of whom had attained the age of 21, and that Anna Maria, one of them, had received her share from the trustees, and the question now arose, upon her intending to become a nun, whether such share was repayable to the trustees.
F. Riddell, H. M. Riddell, and Turner, for the several parties.
The Vice-Chancellor said, that as she had attained 21 she had an absolute vested interest in the sum payable under the execution of the power, and that the condition was therefore inoperative against her.
In re Royal Bank of Australia, exparte the
FOR CALL ON CONTRIBUTORY.
400 shares in an insurance company, standing in the name of a contributory to the above bank, with the payment of the balance due from her on an order for a call made by the Master on her towards the liabilities of the
Roxburgh, for the official manager, in support; Malins, for the insurance company, claimed a prior lien.
The Vice-Chancellor granted the motion, but without prejudice to any question of priority of lien claimed by the insurance company.
Court of Queen's Bench.
Powles v. Hyder. April 17, 25, 1856. MASTER AND SERVANT.-CAB PROPRIETOR'S LIABILITY FOR LOSS OF PASSENGER'S GOODS BY DRIVER'S NEGLIGENCE. Held, discharging a rule to set aside verdict for a plaintiff, and enter it for the defendant, that a cab proprietor is liable to a passenger for the loss of his goods through the negligence of the driver, whatever may be the arrangement as to the mode in which such driver is remunerated.
THIS was a rule nisi to set aside the verdict for the plaintiff and enter it for the defendant, in this action which was brought to recover from a cab proprietor the value of certain goods lost by the plaintiff whilst riding in his cab, through the negligence of the driver. It appeared on the trial before Lord Campbell, C. B., that the defendant received 14s. 6d. per day from the driver for the use of the cab and two horses, which he fed, but that the driver kept all the money he earned beyond that sum. Hugh Hill showed cause; Bovill and Holland in support.
Cur. ad. vult.
The Court said, the question was, whether the driver could be considered, under the circumstances, as the defendant's servant, so as to render him liable for the driver's negligence. If the driver had been paid by wages, there
1 Which enacts, that "if any person against whom any judgment shall have been entered up in any of her Majesty's Superior Courts at Westminster shall have any" "stock or shares of or in any public company in England (whether incorporated or not) standing in his name in his own right, or in the name of any person in trust for him, it shall be lawful for a Judge of one of the Superior Courts, on the applicaAn order was made absolute under the 192 such" " shares, or such of them or such part tion of any judgment creditor, to order that Vict. c. 110, ss. 14, 18, charging certain thereof respectively as he shall think fit, shall shares in an insurance company standing stand charged with the payment of the amount in the name of a contributory with the pay for which judgment shall have been so recoment of the balance due on an order for a call made by the Master on her towards the liabilities of a company which was wound-up under the 11 & 12 Vict. c. 45, but subject to any lien of the insurance
vered, and interest thereon," &c.; and s. 18 Courts of Equity," "whereby any sum of, provides, that "all decrees and orders of money, or any costs, charges, or expenses shall be payable to any person, shall have the effect of judgments in the Superior Courts of
THIS was a motion under the 1 & 2 Vict. c. Common Law."
Superior Courts: Queen's Bench.-Common Pleas.-Crown Cases Reserved.
could have been no doubt on the subject, and the mode in which he was here remunerated made no difference. They must be considered as employer and employed, as master and servant. The 1 & 2 Wm. 4, c. 22, s. 20, and the 6 & 7 Vict. c. 86, showed the driver was the servant of the proprietor, and it would be most injurious to the public if the proprietor could, by a secret agreement as to the mode in which his driver was to be remunerated and his earnings to be divided, defeat an action brought against him for his servant's negligence. The rule would therefore be discharged.
Benson v. Paull. April 26, 1856. COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1854.MANDAMUS.-SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE OF
Held, that a mandamus will not be granted under the 17 & 18 Vict. c. 125, s. 68, for the specific performance of a contract entered into by the defendant to accept a lease and sign a counterpart.
County Court at St. Helen's, that in order to entitle a plaintiff to recover on a policy of insurance on his testatrix's life, he should show that the agent, who received the premiums thereon, notwithstanding the time had expired under the rules, and the policy had become forfeited, had authority so to receive the same and waive the forfeiture. THIS was a plaint in the Lancashire County Court held at St. Helen's by the administrator of one Ann Ward, to recover a sum of 50%. on a policy of insurance effected on her life in the defendants' company. It appeared that the policy was admitted to have been forfeited by reason of the non-payment of the premium within the period of four weeks thereby limited, but it was contended that the forfeiture was waived by the defendant's agent having accepted payment of the premium after such default. The plaintiff having obtained a verdict this appeal was presented,
Tapping in support; Keating and Milward,
The Court said, that as there was no evidence that the agent had authority to waive the rule, and it was entirely a question of fact, the appeal
THIS was an action under the 17 & 18 Vict. c. 125, s. 68,1 for a mandamus for the specific performance of a contract entered into by the defendant to accept a lease and sign a counter-must be allowed. part. The defendant demurred.
Lush in support; Bovill, contrà.
The Court said, that the section of the Act did not extend to any matter where the duty to be enforced arose out of a mere obligation to perform a personal contract. If it did, it would equally apply to every case where there there was a duty following from any matter in which a party might be personally interested. It never could have been the intention of the Legislature to confer on the Courts of Common Law a power which could not be satisfactorily exercised so as to insure equity being done between the parties. It seemed that the section only intended to extend the power of granting a mandamus, which was previously vested in this Court alone, to the other Superior Courts. And the defendant was therefore entitled to judgment.
Court of Common Pleas.
OF PREMIUM AFTER FORFEITURE.
Held, reversing the decision of the Lancashire
Which enacts, that "the plaintiff in any action in any of the Superior Courts, except replevin and ejectment, may endorse upon the writ and copy to be served a notice that the plaintiff intends to claim a writ of mandamus, and the plaintiff may thereupon claim in the declaration, either together with any other demand which may now be enforced in such action, or separately, a writ of mandamus commanding the defendant to fulfil any duty in the fulfilment of which the plaintiff is personally interested.”
Crown Cases Reserved.
STRUMENT.-EXAMINATION OF PRISONER
Held, that the examination of a bankrupt under the 12 & 13 Vict. c. 106, wherein he stated he had obtained his brother to write a letter in his father's name containing a false statement as to the prisoner's capital, whereby he had procured additional credit, is admissible in evidence on an indictment charging the prisoner with forging the same knowing it to have been forged, &.c.
THIS was an indictment charging this prisoner with uttering a forged instrument knowing it to have been forged for the purpose of before Channell, S. L., an examination of the fraudulently obtaining goods, and on the trial prisoner before the Commissioner in Bankruptcy, under the 12 & 13 Vict. c. 106, was put in, in which he stated he had got his brother to write the letter in question in his father's name, containing a false statement as to the prisoner's capital, and on which he had obtained additional credit. The prisoner was found guilty, and sentenced, subject to the opinion of this Court.
Collier for the prisoner; Coleridge for the prosecution.
The Court said, that as the prisoner might have refused to answer the questions which did not affect his trade, dealings, or effects, the examination was properly received, and the conviction would be affirmed.
HE LONDON AND WESTMINSTER
ISSUES CIRCULAR NOTES of £10 each, payable at every important place in Europe. These Notes are issued without charge, and they are cashed abroad free of Commission. The Bank also issues, free of charge, Letters of Credit on all the principal Cities and Towns in Europe. The Letters of Credit are issued only at the Head Office in Lothbury.
The Circular Notes may be obtained at the Head Office in Lothbury, or at any of the Branches, viz. :
Westminster Branch, 1, St. James'-square.
Southwark Branch, 3, Wellington-street, Borough.
The Rate of Interest allowed on Deposits of £500 and upwards, at the Bank or any of its Branches is now Five per Cent.
J. W. GILBART, General Manager.
BANK OF DEPOSIT,
ASSURANCE AND INVESTMENT
A. W. Robarts, Esq.
LIFE DEPARTMENT.-Under the provisions of an Act of Parliament, this Company now offers to future insurers fourfifths of the profits, with quinquennial division, or a low rate of premium without participation of profits. The next division of profits will be declared in June, 1860, when all participating policies which shall have subsisted at least one year at Christmas, 1859, will be allowed to share in the profits. At the five divisions of profits made by this Company, the total reversionary bonuses added to the policies have exceeded £913,000.
At Christmas, 1854, the assurances in force amounted to upwards of £4,240,000, the income from the Life Branch in 1854 was more than £200,000, and the Life Assurance Fund (independent of the guarantee capital) exceeded £1,700,000. FOREIGN RISKS.-The extra premiums required for the East and West Indies, the British Colonies, and the northern parts of the United States of America, have been materially reduced.
INVALID LIVES.-Persons who are not in such sound health as would enable them to insure their lives at the Tabular Premiums, may have their lives insured at extra premiums.
LOANS granted on Life Policies to the extent of their values, provided such policies shall have been effected a sufficient time to have attained in each case a value not under £50.
ASSIGNMENT OF POLICIES.-Written Notices of, received and registered.
MEDICAL FEES paid by the Company, and no charge will be made for Policy Stamps.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.-Insurances effected upon every description of property at moderate rates.
Losses caused by Explosion of Gas are admitted by this Company.
L. O. AD., MAY 10, 1856.
Chairman-Sir JOHN VILLIERS SHELLEY, Bart., M.P.
Current Accounts are received, and Interest allowed on Balances.
£5 per Cent. is allowed on Deposits, with Ten Days Notice of Withdrawal on sums of £10 and upwards.
(By Order) MATTHEW MARSHALL, Jun., Manager. BENJAMIN SCOTT, Secretary. Threadneedle Street, April 28, 1856.
THE ROYAL, for transacting every description of BRITISH BANK, incorpo
Banking Business on the Scottish System, allows interest on the daily Balances of drawing Accounts, if not under £100, and a higher rate on all deposits. The Bank grants cash credits, and makes advances to its regular customers on suitable securities, and issues, without charge, letters of credit and circular bills, payable free of commission in any town abroad, where there is a banker.
All further information may be obtained at the Chief Office, Tokenhouse Yard, or at the Strand Branch, 429, Strand; Lambeth Branch, 77, Bridge Road; Islington Branch, 97, Goswell Road; Pimlico Branch, 1 Shaftsbury Terrace, Victoria Street; Borough Branch, 60, Stones End Southwark; Piccadilly Branch, Regent Circus; Holborn Branch, 311, High Holborn, corner of Chancery Lane.
HUGH INNES CAMERON. General Manager.
the knowledge of the fact that first-rate accommodation is much wanting in and about the neighbourhood of the Inns Saloon on the first floor, where every article served will be of Court, has been induced to fit up a most comfortable of the finest quality. Café au Lait, Chocolate, Soups, Entrees, Chops, Steaks, &c. Daily and Evening Papers. Chess, Draughts, &c. Luncheons and Dinners sent to Chambers. — WEBB, Cook and Confectioner, corner of Chancery Lane, Holborn.
Valuable House Property.-Ten respectable Dwelling-houses, Princes-road, Bermondsey, Surrey, LEIFCHILD is instructed by a AUCTION,
Tuesday, May 13, at 12 for 1, in one lot, those TEN very desirable RESIDENCES, Nos. 7 to 10, and Nos. 29 to 34, pleasantly situate, on the west side of Princes-road, Bermondsey, near the Spa-road Railway Station. Each house contains two parlours, three bed rooms, kitchen, and scullery with range, copper, and sink; and the water is laid on. They are now let to respectable tenants, at yearly rents amounting to £207 18s., and they are held by lease for 80 years from Midsummer, 1843, at a ground rent of £30 per annum for the whole. Particulars and conditions of sale bury, solicitors, 18, Basinghall-street; and at Mr. Leifchild's may be had at Garraway's; of Messrs. Davidson and Bradoffices, 62, Moorgate-street, city.
Reigate Surrey.-An admired Freehold Estate, with resi
dence and Land.
R. LEIFCHILD is instructed by the Tuesday, May 13, at 12 for 1, the above very valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, known as Blackstones, which is most delightfully situate near the New Church at Redhill, on a dry and elevated site, within a short distance of the Redhill and Reigate Railway Station. It comprises a substantial newly erected stone mansion, of handsome elevation, well arranged for comfort and convenience, with every necessary domestic office, laundry aud dairy, &c; garden terrace, shrubbery walks, and flower and kitchen gardens, well stocked and planted, together with entrance lodge and other buildings, garden and orchard, and two handsome enclosures of rich arable and pasture land; the whole containing about 13 acres. Blackstones is approached by a carriage drive through the land, and from its commanding elevation embraces the finest views of the surrounding picturesque country. The land tax is redeemed, and all the outgoings are very moderate. The purchaser to take the fixtures by valuation, and if he chooses the whole of the elegant and appropriate furniture and appendages; otherwise, the proprietor reserves the right of selling the same by auction on the premises. Particulars and conditions of sale may be had at Garraway's; and at Mr. Leifchild's offices. 62, Moorgate-street, city, where, only, cards to view may be obtained. Mr, Leifchild is fully authorised to treat with any gentleman for the above property by private contract.
Berks.-The Woolhampton Estate, Mansion, Park, Manors, Farms, Water Corn Mill, Residences, Accommodation Lands, &c., near Newbury, in one of the finest and most productive agricultural districts in the county.
MESSRS, NORTON, HOGGART,
TRIST have received instructions to OFFER for SALE, at the Mart, early in the month of June, in one lot (unless an acceptable offer should be previonsly made by private contract), the WOOLHAMPTON ESTATE, together with the Manors of Woolhampton, Shalford, Midgham, and Brimpton, a fine and important Freehold Property, situate in the parishes of Aldermaston, Brimpton, Thatcham, Midgham, Wasing, and Woolhampton, in a beautiful part of the county of Berks, about five miles from Newbury and ten from Reading, intersected by the branch line of railway from Reading to Hungerford, having the advantage of a station adjoining the property, and about one hour and a half's The estate comprises altojourney from the metropolis. gether about £2,100 acres (nearly the whole of which is in a ring fence) of exceedingly rich arable meadow, water meadow, pasture, and rod land, interspersed with ornamental woods and plantations. Upon an elevated part is a substantial and commodious mansion, attached and detached offices, walled gardens, &c., placed in a picturesque and nicely undulated park, studded with ornamental timber, and well adapted for a resident landlord, or a family of the first respectability. Upon the estate are two very gentlemanly residences, with offices, pleasure grounds, and gardens. Farm houses and farm buildings suitably arA water corn-mill, ranged for the several occupations driving six pairs of stones, with good dwelling-house, Also, in the foreman's cottage, buildings, and garden. village of Woolhampton, the Falmouth Arms Inn, several dwelling-houses and shops, cottages, and accomodation lands. A portion of the estate contains peat of excellent quality for ashes, which with the ozier grounds forms an The important addition to the general annual income. lands, a considerable portion of which have been drained, are extremely fertile, producing abundant crops of corn and roots, and the meadow and pasture are of first-rate quality. The soil is exceedingly dry and healthy, and will carry sheep at all periods of the year, and the tenantry are highly respectable. Fox hounds are kept in the immediate vicinity. The rivers Kennett and Aubern afford excellent and extensive fishing. The estate is admirably adapted for the preservation of game, and there are few properties more calculated for occupation and enjoyment, combined with sound and permanent investiment. The gross rental and value, independently of the mansion, offices, gardens, shooting, and fishing, may be fairly estimated at about £3,600 per annum. The estate may be viewed on application to Mr. James H. Howard, the resident agent, and particulars, with plans shortly, had at the Bear, Reading; White Hart, Newbury; of Messrs. Gregory, Skirrow, and Rowcliffe, solicitors, Bedford-row; of P. Sinclair, Esq., 28, Southampton-row; of Messrs. Clutton, Whitehall-place; at the Mart; and of Messrs. Norton, Hoggart, and Trist, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange.
Upper Belgrave-street, Lowndes-street, and Halkin-terrace, Belgrave-square.-Valuable and well-secured Improved Rentals and Ground Rents, amounting together to £375 per annum.
ESSRS. NORTON, HOGGART,
and TRIST have received instructions to offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the Mart, on Friday, May 16, at 12, in lots, the following valuable LEASEHOLD INVESTMENTS, viz., a well-secured Improved Rental of £190 per annum, arising from the capital and substantial town mansion, with offices, coach-house, stabling, &c., situate 5, Upper Belgrave-street, opposite Eaton-place, Belgrave-square, held upon lease for the residue of a term of 55 years and 10 days from Christmas, 1828, at a peppercorn rent, and underlet for the whole term, less 10 days, to Thos. Cubitt, Esq., at a net rental of £190 per annum. The residence is now occupied by Sir Cornwallis Ricketts, Bart., and the rack rental value of the property is about £450 per annum; a well-secured Improved Leasehold Ground Rent of £180 per annum, arising from the capital town mansion in the occupation of Viscount Chelsea, situate 28, Lowndes-street, Belgrave-square, at the corner of Cadogan-place; four excellent Residences adjoining, being 24, 25, 26, and 27, Lowndes-street, and stabling and coach-houses in the rear, with entrance from Sloanestreet, held upon lease for the residue of a term of 67 years, less five days, from Michaelmas, 1816, at a peppercorn, and underlet for the whole term, less 15 days, to Thos. Cubitt, Esq., at a ground rent of £180 per annum, the rack rental value of the property being about £1,000 per annum; and a well-secured Ground Rent of £5 per annum, arising from 1 to 6 inclusive, Halkin-terrace, Belgrave-square, held upon lease for the same term as the last described property, and underlet for the whole term at £5 per annum, May be viewed only by permission of the respective tenants, and particulars had of Messrs. Delmar and Wynne, solicitors, Lincoln's-inn-fields; at the Mart; and of Messrs. Norton, Hoggart, and Trist, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange,
Preliminary Advertisement.-The Twinstead Estate,
MESSRS, NORTON, HOGGART, and
TRIST have received instructions to offer for SALE, at the Mart, in the latter end of June, in lots, the TWINSTEAD ESTATE, a valuable property, chiefly freehold, situate in the parishes of Twinstead, Great Henny, Lamarsh Alphanstone, Bulmer, Sebmarsh, Wickham, St. Paul, Geslingthorpe, and Little Maplestead, in the county of Essex. about four miles from Sudbury, where there is a branch station from the London and Colchester line of railway. The property consists of about 750 acres of land, partly in ornamental park and pleasure-grounds, nicely studded with oak and forest timber, the remainder in useful arable, meadow, and pasture land. In the midst of the park, and close to a very pretty and rural church, is a comfortable residence, which, by a moderate outlay, might be easily adapted for the occupation of a gentleman, with walled gardens and pleasure grounds, excellent stabling and loose boxes; there are also farmhouses, farm buildings, and labourers' cottages, adapted for the various occupations, and the rental value, including the woods, but exclusive of the residence and offices, and general enjoyment of an estate admirably adapted for sporting, may be fairly taken at about £1,000 per annum. more general advertisement, showing the arrangement of the lots, will appear shortly. Particulars, when ready, may be had at the Crown, Sudbury; Cups, Colchester; White Hart, Brentwood; Black Boy, Chelmsford; of Messrs. Currie, Woodgate, and Williams, 32, Lincoln's-inn-fields; at the Mart; and of Messrs. Norton, Hoggart, and Trist, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange.
In Chancery.-"Jackson v. Addis."-Cole's Wharf, Shad Thames.-Valuable Sufferance Wharf and Bonding Warehouses, occupying an area of nearly 14,000 square feet.
ESSRS. NORTON, HOGGART, and TRIST have received instructions to offer for SALE, at the Mart, in the month of May instant, in one lot, pursuant to a Decree of his Honour the Master of the Rolls, made in a cause of "Jackson v. Addis and others," a very valuable and important LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, comprising the extensive warehouses, wharf, and premises known as Upper Coles-wharf, situate at Shad Thames and Newsquare, in the parish of St. John, Southwark, in the county of Surrey. The property consists of a wharf, with frontage to the river Thames of 65 feet, three most substantial stacks of warehouses of four floors each, one of two floors, with cellars, shed, &c,; the entire premises extending about 216 feet in depth, and occupying an area of about 14,000 superficial feet. They are let to Mr. John Addis, who has held them for nearly thirty years, at £617 93, per annum, and are held upon lease for about 53 years unexpired, at The day ground rents amounting to £88 98. per annum.
Stoke St. Mary, near Taunton, In the county of Somerset.
TRIST have received instructions to offer for SALE. at the Mart, on Friday, June 6, at 12, a valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in the Parish of Stoke St. Mary, and close to the village, about three miles from the capital market town of Taunton, in a beautiful part of the county of Somerset. It consists of a substantial farm-house, barn, stabling, sheds, and all necessary agricultural buildings, the whole in an excellent state of repair, together with several enclosures of productive arable, meadow, pasture, and wood land, let on lease to a most respectable tenant at a moderate rental of £170 per annum. May be viewed, and particulars with plans shortly had at the Castle, Taunton; Globe, Bridgewater; of Messrs. Lethbridge and Mackrell, solicitors, 25. Abingdon-street, Westminster; at the Mart; and of Messrs. Norton, Hoggart, and Trist, 62, Old Broadstreet, Royal Exchange.
The valuable Advowson and Next Presentation to the Rectory of Kingsnorth.
NORTON, HOGGART, and
TRIST have received instructions to offer for SALE, at the Mart, on Friday, June 20, the valuable ADVOWSON and NEXT PRESENTATION to the RECTORY of KINGSNORTH, situate about two miles from the town of Ashford, in the county of Kent, consisting of a very comfortable rectory-house in the village of Kingsnorth, close to the church, with gardens and glebe land, containing about 23 acres; also the tithes of the parish, which have been commuted at £645 per annum. The age of the present incumbent is about 50. May be viewed by permission of the incumbent, and particulars had of Messrs. Smith and Alliston, solicitors, Warnford-court, Throgmorton-street; at the Mart; and of Messrs. Norton, Hoggart, and Trist, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange.
L. O. AD., MAY 10, 1856.