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THE 



JURIST. 



VOL. XIII.— PART II. 



CONTAINING 

ORIGINAL ARTICLES ON LEGAL SUBJECTS, 

ALL IMPORTANT STATUTES, 

THE RULES AND ORDERS OF THE VARIOUS COURTS, 

THE GAZETTES, CAUSE LISTS, 

AND MISCELLANEOUS LEGAL INFORMATION, 

FOR 

TBB YEAR 1849: 

WITH AN 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTS, 

AND 

INDEX OF PRINCIPAL MATTERS. 



LONDON: 

S. SWEET, CHANCEEY LANE; 
"V. & R. STEVENS & G. S. NORTON, 26 BELL YARD and 194 FLEET STREET. 

DUBLIN: 
HODGES & SMITH, GRAFTON STBEET. 



1850. 

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INDEX TO THE 



CUrkson. T. C, 137 
CUytoD, E. B., 63 
Clcgg, J.. 63 

J. H., 510 

Clementson, J., 274 
Cliff. W.. 289 
Clowes, F., 33 
Coates, J., 484 
^— — T. 5 
Cobb, N./177 
Cobbledick, J. S., 99 
Cogswell, H., 33 
Coleman, H. S., 26 
Coles, J., 16 
Collings, H., 248 
Collins, R. C, 167 

T. P..474 

Colson, J., 282 

T. J., & Colfon, W. 

M., 63 
CoWUle, S., 493 
Colyer, W. H., & Webster, 

F., 456 
Congdon, L., 15 
Congrere, W., 493 
Connell, J., 18 
Cook, F., 126 
Coomber, J., 472 
Cooper, C, 46 
J., 114 

J. E., 491 

R., 57 

W., 472 

Coppin, H., 350 
Corbett, H., 200 
Core, T., 23 
Corlcy, G. S., 239 
Corrie, G., 109 
Cossins, J., 101 
Cotton, W., 117 
Coachman, W., 189 
Cowan, H., 33 
CoweU, G., 137 
Cowles, M., 46 
Cowlej, 6. M., 350 
Cowlishaw, J., 465 

■ J., & Cowlishaw, 

J., 484 

Cox, F., 54 

S , 282 

T., 200 

T., & Whiles, T., 220 

Cradock, W., 24 

Cragg, T., 101 

Cranston, H., 78 

Craske, H., 398 

Creech, W. T., 255 

Crefk, J., 78 

Crisp, J., 18 

Croasdale. T. C, 239 

Crocker, J., 256 

Crofts, W., 167 

Crook, J., 450 

Crookes, 6.. 99 

Cross, R., 146 

Crossfield, J., 5 

Crowther, A. J., 63 

Cnlyer, J. O., 465 

Cummins, C, 99 

Cunningham, 6., 99 

Curtis, C, 256 

J. E., 114 

J. J., otherwise Cur- 
tis, J., 8 

Cnshing, C, 117 

Cutbush, J., 219. 



Daines, J. B., & Braddock, 
E., 157 



Dale, R. N., 207. 274 
DalgUesh, W., 242 
Dancock^, H. H., 26 
Dancy, S., 198 
Darbyshire, W., 258 
Darch, T., 399 
Dalies, A., 250 

C. W.,317 

G. F., 312 

J., 175 

J., 250 

Davis, C, 456 

C. W., 510 

E., 66 

G., 149 

J., 66 

J., 272 

J. B., 200 

L., 57 

T., Glossop, J., St, 

Brankley, J., 324 
Davison, G., 49 

G., 294 

G., 494 

T.,36 



Davy, L., 456 

Daw, R., 189 

Day, G.. 170 

Dean, H., 33 

Dearie, R., 175 

De Bemardy, W. C, 438 

DeUfield, E. T., 280 

Dennis, T., 198 

Denoon, A., & Denoon, D., 

256 
De Bemardy, J., otherwise 

Bemardy, J., 8 
De Witte, G., 8 
Dickison, B., 170 
Dins^e. K., 484 
Dixon, G., 217 

J., 529 

T., 57 

T. C, 16 

W.,348 



Dobbs, J., 149 

Dodd, S. 170 

Dodgson, J., 198 

Dolphin, Jm 297 

Dowd, B., 27 

DoweU, T., 325 

Dowle, J., 282 

Downs, J., 88 

Drayton, T., 5 

Dram, P., 472 

Doffett, J., the younger, 250 

Dunk, H., 114 

Durant, J. B. R., 219 

Duranty, A., 26 

Durber, J., 219 

Durham, J. 348 

Durose, H., 281 

Durrant, W., 466. 



E. 

East, A. B., 175 
Easthope, A., 49 
Eastwood, J., 207 
Edan, A., 75 
Eddison, W., 264 
Edmonds, H., 177 
J. W. 248 



Edmondson, J., 198 

Edwards, W., 481 

Egerton, A.. 123 

Ellen, T., 501 

Ellerman, C. F., & Coleman, 

H. S., 26 
EUins, G., 146 



Elliott, L., the younger, 248 
W., 378 



EUis, J., 428 

J., 217 

W., 239 

Ellison, J., 88 
Emans, E., 85 
English, J. W., 280 
R.,57 



EnsoU, L., 348 

Evans, D., 304 

— ^ D., the younger, 63 

Everall, J., 265 

Everett, J. F., 23 

Everitt, J., 33 

Eyre, S. A., 248 

S. G.. 248. 



Facon, F. G., 109 
Fairclough, J., 134 
Farey, W. T., 274 
Fawcett, W. F, 123 
Fehr, T. J., 134 
Feistel, A., 378 
Fenton, J., 317 
Fenwick, C. S., 33 

H.,66 

T., & Kidd, R., 200 



Fereday, E. H., 209 

Ferguson, T. W., 250 

Fergusson, W. E., 157 

Ferris, W. T., 241 

Field, D., 187 

Firth, W., Krth, H., Wilson, 

G., Ryley, J., & Coates, J., 

484 
Fish, H., 126 
Fisher, D. N., 296 

J., 281 

J., 527 

R., 147 



Flaig, M., & Alexander, J., 

509 
Flear, F., 198 
Fleming, W., 49 
Flemming, J., 36 
Fletcher. J., 306 
Floyd, T., 109 
Fluder, R. L., 170 
Flynn, J. T., 101 
Ford, J., 397 
— J., 397 
Forrester, J., 114 
Forster, W., & Dodgson, J., 

198 
Fortescue, W., 149 
Foster, C, 501 

D. G., 448 



Fox, J., 26 

R., 18 

W. S., 379 

Frampton, J., 98 
Francis, G., 54 
T., 348 



Frascr, J., 137 
Freeman, W., 483 
Frith, H., 484 
Fripp, S. C, 428 
Fryers, J. R., 450 
Fuller, J. G., 36 
W.,36 



Fumiss, D.y 325. 



G. 



Gadd, J., 231 
Gale, W., 88 



Galer. J. D., 419 

Gamble. J.. 18 

GandeU, J. H., 217 

Gardner. J. M., 428 

Garrad, M.. & King, E., 85 

Garret, W. 16 

Garrison. J., 377 

Garton. C, 200 

Gartside, A., 312 

Gatrell. G., 274 

Gibb, W.. the elder, 481 

Gibbie, W., & Ackerman, T. 

P., 256 
Gibbs, R.. 509 
Gibson, E., 78 

E., & Sturt, G., 256 

Gilbert, H. P., 36 
Gill, J., 75 
GiU, T., 483 
Gilmore, J., 88 
Girdlestone, H., 189 

W. B., 116 



Giscard, W., 198 
Gloasop, J., 324 
Glover, W. A., 467 
Goldinr, P., 509 
Good, R., 466 
Goodeve, A. H. M., 146 
Goodwin, T., 272 
Gore, H., 146 
Goring, H., 123 

R.,63 

Goss, R. J., 114 
Gough, C, 175 

E. T., 26 

Gould, R. H., 481 
Gowing, J. W., 272 
Goymer, R. S.W., 241 
Grant, D., 239 

D., 200 

H., 99 

Graves, 8. W., 85 
Grayson, E., 280 
Green, C, 336 

H.426 

W., 55 

Greenhow, T., & Fetter, C, 

501 
Grey, J., 502 
Grice, T., 265 
Griffin, J., 426 
Grimbly, T., 36 
Groocock, S., 441 
Grosvenor, J., 137 
Groves, L. G., 146 
Grundy, E., 18 

R. T., 220 



Guilleaume, lion, 997. 



H. 

Hale, J., the younger, 49 . 

W., 450 

HaU, C, 135 

J., 239 

HaUer, F., 231 

HaUiday, A. P., & Pftton, £., 

109 
Hamilton, J. B., 209 
Uammerton, W. 33 
Hammond, T. D., 256 
Hamshar. R., 502 
Hancock, G., 250 
Handley, A. C, 123 
Hankins, Rev. T. F. P., 418 
W. B., 126 



Harbord, F. G., 57 
Harding, W., 456 
Hardley, J.. 306 
Hardwick, P. W., 377 



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Moore, T., 239 
More,W. S., 313 
Morecraft, A., 98 
Morgan, J., 264 

J., 274 

M., 26 

. W. P., 149 

Morris, 6., 107 

J., 217 

J., 399 

N. D., 200 

■ T., 282 

Morrison, J., 466 
Morton, G., 228 
Mose, A., 109 
Moses, J. M., 126 
Moss, B., 85 
Moulton, J., 27, 467 
Mullen. S., 456 
Mumford, E., 255 
Mann, E., 230 
Munson, M. L., 230 
Mnrray, R., 135 
Mycock, J., 110. 



N. 

Naime, E., 313 
Nash, J., 54 
Nenens, E., 448 
Newbold, 6., 123 

J.,^ 

Newton, H., 85 

J., 484 

W., 242 

NichoUs, J. R., 49 
NichoU, J., 258 
Nicholson, J., 231 

W., 200 

Nixon, C, 297 

Noak, J., 289 

Noble, R., 484 

Noden, S., 23 

Nokes, T., the elder, 101 

Norman, M., the younger, 123 

North, 6., 88 

>— S., 187 

Nott, R., 200 

Nimn,T., 114 

Nye, 6., 239. 

O. 

Cakes, T., 266 

W., 200 

Ocdeshead, T., & CnmmSos, 

C. 99 
O'NclU, F., 50 
Orchard, W., 228 
Osbom, T., 419 
Osborne, A., 157 
Oswin, C.,-lt)7 
Owen, J., 147 
Owen, R., 60 
Ozley, J.y 5. 



Fidne, A^, & DaTks, G. T., 

312 
Palmer,?., 441 
■ W., 101 

Pardington,W., 250 
Pkrfitt, W.,.296 
Parfrement, T., 288 
Ptor, J., 426 
Pterott, W., 16 
Vu», E., 54 



Patchett, R., 258 
Paterson, H., 397 
J., 484 



Pattenden, N., 481 
Paton, E., 109 
Panling, W., 529 
PaTant, J., 150 
Pavis, J., 306 
Paynter^ P., 57 
Peachey, J., 109 
J., 33 



Peacock, A., 155 
Peake, J., 491 
Pearcc, C. T., 428 
Pearson, T., 109 

W., 527 

W. 8., 33 

Peckmore, J., 135 
Pcct, H., 98 
Penn, C, 325 
Perkins, W., 288 
Perks, E., 26 
Perrcrs, L., 123 
Perrett, J.. & Garton, C, 200 
Perriam, J., 85 
Perry, J., the younger, 189 
W..304 



Pettit, G. B., 274 

Philipson, J., 242 

Phillipps, J., 200, 207 

PhilUps, W., 175 

Philpotts, J., 5 

Pickering, E., 219 

Pierce, J., 24 

Pilgrim, J., 8 

Pitfield, W.. 126 

Plant, G., 419 

Pocock, T. G., 33 

Ponting, W., 266 

Potter, T., 24 

Potts, C, Potts, A., & PottSy 

J., 78 
PoweU, M., 282 
Price, Gm 8 

J. R., 18 

Prior, J. W., 450 
Prince, A., 126 
Pritchard, C, 177 

M. L.y & Dale, 



R. N., 207, 274 
Procter, T., 264 
Polbrook, L., 458 
Pugh, C. E.. 474 
Pulcston, W., 502 
Palham, J., 2M 
Pollen, W.. 135 
Pnllin, J., 33 
Pym, J., 317. 



Qniglfiy, J., 217. 



Raby, R., 295 
Rackham, G., 109 
Radford, T., 134 
Raisbeck, E., 207 
Rait, G., 101 
Ramsden, B., 187 
W., 110 



RamskiU, J. S., 304 
RandaU, W., 502 
Rann, J., 289 
Raphael, J„ 509 
Raynes, M. N., 472 
Read, A., 88 
Redington, J., 114 



Redward, J.. 398 
Reed, J., 360 

T., 360 

Rees, R., 5 
Reeres, C, 18. 
Reeves, W. A., 501 
Reid, J., 114 
Rewcastle, J., 101 
Reynolds, E., 472 
Rich, Sir G., 157 
Richards, J., 399 
Richardson, C, 187 
Richardson, G. L„ 167 
W. H., 312 



RichbeU, T., 438 

Ridge, W.. 217 

Ridsdale, H., & Chaancey, 

H. C. S., 107 
RimeU, v., 109 
Ripley, A., & Thorp, C, 167 
Rippon, C, 117 
Robberds, J. W., 126 
Robbins, C, 450 
Roberton, C, 450 
Roberts, G., k Roberto, R., 

288 
Roberto, H., 78 

J., 306 

J., 167 

P., 418 



-T R., 114 
. S., 155 



Robins, G. J., 474 
Robinson, J., 63 

J., 491 

. S., 399 

T., 187 



Robson, J.,242 
Roden, W., 57 
Roe, M., 99 " 
Rogers, H., 200 

W., 348 

RoUison, J. S., 189 
Ross, T., 456 
Row, G., 137 
Rowan, T., 502 
Rowett, W., 419 
Rowland, C, 350 
Rowles, I., 474 
Rodge, L., 46 
Rushbrook, J. C, 338 
Roshforth, T., 36 
RosseU, G., 241 

H.. 295 

J. B., 398 

Rust, E., 481 

W. E., 474 

Ratter, E., 85 
Ryder, E., 450 

E. H., 456 

Ryley, J., 484. 



S. 

Sage, W. J., 450 
Saker, G. W., 418 
Sanderson, C, 465 
Saner, J., 314 
Saoll, J., 198 
Saunders, J., 465 

S. W.. 418 



Sarage, 6., 217 
SawtcU, T., 466 
Saxton, R. E., 256 
Scott, J., 75 

J.B.,55 

W.,66 

SoriTcn, R., 198 
Search, H., 474 
Seal, S., 149 



Sedglev, W., 256 

Sedgwick, G., 438 

Self, £. G., 50 

Sergeant, W., 177 

Serjeant, J., otherwise Ser- 

jeant, J. N., 16 
Shackell, C, 170 
Shackel, W.,217 
Sharman, J., 239 
Sharp, G., & Finder, R. L., 

170 
Shaw, J., 312 

T., 361 

W., 258 



Shelford, J., 502 
Shephard, M. J., 170 

S., 493 



Sheward, W.. 493 

Shiell, A., 325 

Shoolbred, M. B., 399 

Shouler, J. B., 177 

Sida, J., 280 

Siely, B. C, 219 

SiU, S., 200 

SiWester. J., 241 

Sim, J., Sim, J., &Skn,D., 

114 
Simmonds, P. L., 26 
Simmons, W., 98 
Skill, F., 75 
Skinner, J., 312 
— — R., 484 
W., 101 



Slater, D., 417 

J., 187 

T.,46 
Sloper, T., 228 
SmaUwood, E., 398 
Smart, W. R., 378 
SmUes, R. W., 54 
Smith, C, 149 

C. 8., 378 

D., & Smith, F. D., 

146 

G., 109 

G., 399 

H., 319 

J., 126 

J., 378 

J., 419 

J. B.. 156 

J., 295 

J., 295 

J., & Darbyshira, W., 

258 
— — J. 288 

j!', & Smitii, R., 468 

R., 107. 126 

R.. 474 

Smithies, R., 117 
Sneesom, C, 63 
Soden, W., 228 
Solomon, H., Smith, J., ft 
Galer, J. D., 4t9 
W.,57 



Sorby, John, 297 
Sowden, J., 200 
Sparrow, J., 377 
Spence, C. J., 24 
Spencer, J. B., 31^ 
J., 494 



Spikins, J., 8 

Springbett, W., & 6prfii|;bett, 

T.,54 
Sparway, H. H., 75 
Squire, G. 264 
Stoddon, J., 06 
Stafford, Z., 627 
etaintOQ, J., 160 
Stanley, T., 36 
States, C, 282 



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Stome, W., 484 
Steele, J.. 155 
Stenlake, B. C, 167 
StBTcnioii, J., 282 
StodCfJ., 458 

J., & Stodc, W., 458 

Stocker, R., 88 

Stokflt, J., 209 

Stone, S., 200 

Storey, W., 491 

Stott, J., 282 

Strong, R., 501 

Strood, H. y., 24 

Stnitt, J., 123 

Stabbing, J., 49 

SMpner, J. H., & Lomer, D. 

C. H., 85 
Stuky, C.W.,250 
Stmt, 6., 256, 306 
Sater, W. H., 228 
Sutton, W. R.. 228 
Swen, H., 167 
Sweett, R* C, 426 
Swift, A. J., 46 
SwindeQ, J., 54. 



TU>b, J., 288 
I^penden, H., 281 
T^ion, E., 217 
Tkfcner, J., 158 
Tiylerwn, R,, 272 
Taylor, J., 149 

J., 170 

• R.,266 

' R,336 

' T.P.. 109 

TeM)it, T., 109 
TBmpcrley, G. C, 54 
Terry, I., 177 
TboniM,M.P.,466 
-R-,493 
- S., 458 
•W., 110 
Tboopkinfl, F., 8 
TbompMm, B., 158 

-H.A.,258 
-J. 897 
-T.,33 
n^ -T.,46 

TtouonJ., 49 
Thmntf, G., 209 
Tbonilw, W., 16 
Thorp. C., 167 
TSW»ett,M.T.,146 
TUbnarA, J., 398 




Tidy, T., 417 
Tay, J., 88 
TIndle, T., 175 
TIpeon, T., 85 
TomUnMm, W., 147 
- W.. 295 



Townky, W., 360 
Towns, W., 26 
Toww,W., 217 
Treffry, T., 450 
Truby, T., 241 
True, P., 155 
TraeloTe, W., 126 
Traiwen, R., 397 
TndE, H. B., 529 
Tuhey, J., 350 
TambnU. J., 187 
Tomer, J., 306 
R., 33 



TnmiU, J., h WaterfaoiiM,W., 

217 
Turnpenny, W., 336 
Tyer, W., 348 
Tyrer, H.J., 117. 



U. 

XHph, H. H., 63 
Underwood, J., 231 
Upton, J., 209. 



Vanghan, J., 167 
Venning, R., 510 
Vemcy, R., 317 
Vernon, A., 50 
Veriy, J. D., 50 
Vcrtoe, T., 448 
Viner, A., 348 

G., & Viner, H., 272 

Vines, S., 241. 



W. 

Wade, T. B., 134 
Waite, J., 107 
Walker, H., 189 
P., 419 



— W. G., 88 



Walley, T., & Hardwick, P. 

W., 377 
Ward, J., 493 

W., & Ward, J., 85 

Warden, S., 274 



WanDe, J., 294 
Warren, C. H., 167 
Warwidc,W.A.,98 
Waterhonie, G. P., 338 
W., 217 



Waterman, W., 26 
Watkin, H., 217 
Watkint, P., 418 
Wataon, H. T., 501 
W., 281 



Watta, A. A., 317 

H., 23 

Way, B., &Bennett, J.M., 377 

G. H., 304 

J., 167 

Webb, G., 361 

J. 325 

R, 426 

Webber, P. H.,Webber, B. J., 

& Webber, H., 26 
Webster, F., 456 

R.,&Webster,R.66 



Weekea, W., 491 
Weeks, J., 219 
Wegnelin, J. C. R., 338 
W^, J.. 325 
Welton,W., 117 
Wesson, J., 107 
T., 101 



West, B., & West, A. H., 474 
Westley, A., 66 
Weston, J. J., 88 
Wetberilt, C, 483 
Wballey, E., 509 
Wbeeler, T., 467 
Wbeelhonse, G., 220 
Wbi]es,T., 220 
White. A., 198 

J. H., 85 

T.,26 

Whitehead, P., 8 
Whitfield, H., 36 
Whittaker, M., 110 
Whittle, L. L., 157 
Wiggins, J., 146 
Wigglesworth, N., 456 
Wilbraham, J., 418 
Wilcox, H., 101 
Wild, J., 147 
Wilkinson, J., 248 
W., 241 



Willoox, B., &Willoox,J., 265 
WilUams, A., 117 

A., 466 

■ E., & Williams, J. 

502 

H., 114 

J., 117 



"Williams, J., 502 
J., 527 



J., & Rut, W. E*. 

474 

R., 137 

R.,200 

S., 26 

T..8 

W. B.,272 

Wills, H. P., 57 
Wilson, C, 155 

- C. E., & Wilson, H., 

350 
G., 484 

H., 350 

J., 107 

S., 448 

-I T., & Corbett, H., 200 

W., 248 

Winder, J., & Usher, R., 147 

J. A., 324 

Winter, G. T., 282 

T.,256 

Wintle, J., 26 
Wse, S., 109 
WuUng, T., 281 
Withers, J. P., 32 

T.,98 



Wood, J., 149 

T., 379 

W., 274 

Woodgate, E., 209 
Woodhams, J., 75 
Woodhonse, J., 126 
WoodrofTe, E., 274 
Woods, W., 398 

W.,& Thomas, S., 458 

Woolfrey, A., 481 
Woolhonse, U., 26 
Woollatt, S. S., 49 
Woolley, P., 78 
Womeraley, J., & Womerdey. 

W., 23 
Wooster, H. F., 418 
Wrede, H.,317 
Wright, B., 146 

J., 49 

J., 228 

J. R.. 220, 231 

T., 146. 



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Tates, E., 175 
YeU, J. W., 32 
Yeomans, J., 379 
Yorke, C, 378. 



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out. After all, what is title but matter of fact? 
And is not the whole distinction between matter of 
title and matter of fact a mere delvsiont If I allegt 
that I am entitled in fee-simple, the foundation of my 
title must be a deed or instrument, or act of some kind 
by which the estate has become vested in me : in other 
words, my title rests upon some act having been done 
in re^eeoe to a parttcvlar tndividiial; so that alleg;^- 
tion of title resolves itself into allegation of the fact, 
that a settlement has been executed, or a will made, 
or some other thing done, and of the fact that I am 
the person designated in the instrument, or contem- 
plated in reference to the thing done. How do these 
facts differ from the £act, that a spade has been inserted 
into meadow, converting it into pasture, or the fact, 
that young trees have been grubbed up ? If we take 
the cases where the affidavits are not allowed to be 
read, because a fact denied or ignored aftects the ques- 
tion of title, as in Edwards v. Jcnes (1 Phil. 501) and 
Sherriff v. Barnard^ (8 Sim. 161), the distinction be- 
tween matter of fact and matter of title becomes so 
ludicrously thin as to be scarcely appreciable. That, 
in such cases in particular, gross injustice may be 
done by the rule, is clear. Take such a case as Sherriff 
▼. Barnard^ where the question was, whether certtdn 
constructions were landlord's or tenant's fixtures ; con- 
sequently, the question was as to title; and the dis- 
puted fact was, whether sheds were or were not let 
into the soil. Now, on this fact being stated in one 
way by the answer, there can be no doubt, that, accord- 
ing to the practice of the Court, though 600 affidavits 
were filed, (to use Lord Eldon's expression in Ciapham 
T. WTiUe), the Court could not look at them, but must 
give credit to the answer. So that, in a case where, 
on a very simple question, really and purely of fact, as 
much so as the question whether A. beat B., where, if 
any given number of respectable witnesses deposed 
against the answer, there could be no doubt in the 
mind of the man that the defendant ought to be forth- 
with restrained, the mind of the Judge would be com- 
pelled to refuse all interference till the hearmg ; that 
is, would be compelled to give to a defendant, believed 
f be bad enough to swear falsely or evasively, abun- 
dant time to do that very mischief which the plamtiff 
comes to the court to prevent, by interiocutory pro- 
ceeding, because, if once done, it cannot be remedied. 

As to any notion that an answer is a more solemn 
thing than an affidavit, we are not aware that there is 
even any such legal fiction ; but if there is, it is a pure 
fiction, one form of evidence being just as solemn as 
another, both being upon oath. 

The rule is» in fact, purely technical— purely en- 
tangling and mischievous, and totally without any 
respectable i>atemity. Far better would it be, in our 
humble apprehension, if, on interlocutory applications, 
the answer were, in all cases and for all purposes, 
treated merely as an affidavit, leaving the evidence on 
both sides subject only to the ordinary rules of evi- 
dence as to admissibility. This will some day be the 
rule of the courts but not till the surpassing irration- 
ality of the present mle shall have produced some very 
glaring and monstrous mischief* 



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TRUSTEE AND CESTUI QUE TRUST— STA- 
TUTE OF LIMITATIONS. 

The point involved in the case oiDoe d. Jacobs v. Phil^ 
lips, (11 Jur. 092: 19 Law Joum., Q,. B., 269 ; 10 Q. B. 
Rep. 130), which we discussed at some length in a former 
article, (ante, vol. 11, part 2» p. 310)^ has not, we believe^ 
yet received any further illustration from the Bench— ^ 
case in the Queen's Bench, in which it was raised, har* 
ing gone o£f upon another point; and a case in the 
Common Pleas^ in which an adjudication on the point 
will probably be required, being still pending. But as 
the point is, to conveyancers, one of the moat importaalt 
that can arise upon the Statute of Limitations, and as 
the accuracy of our account of the case of Doe r. PkU* 
lips has been called in question by Messrs, Keating and 
Willes, in a passage which we cannot help thinking 
forms an exception to the general soundness of their 
notes to the kte Mr. Smith's ** Leading Cases," we make 
no apology for recurring to the subject. Messrs. Keating 
and Willes give the f<dlowing account of the case of Dos 
d. Jacobs V. PhiUipe:-^ 

"There has been a recent case in the Queen's Bench 
{Doe du Jacobs v. PhilHpSy 12th February, 1847, 16 Law^ 
Joum. 269) upon the subject here discussed, which has 
excited a great deal of attention, and been thought by 
some to have decided, that the possession of the oestui 
que tmet fnr twenty years, without aeknowledgmsBt^ 
will bar the right of the trustee under the 2nd and drd 
sections of the statute. It is, however, submitted, that 
the decision, when examined, does not involve that pro- 
positi^Hi. The facts of the case are thus stated in the 
report: — ^The le»or of the plaintiff claimed the pf<ft- 
mises, which were the sabjeot of the action, ottder 
limited letters of administration granted to him by the 
Archbishop of Canterbury, on the 14th of Augni^ 1849^ 
of the goods, chattels, and effects of one Holyhsad, de- 
ceased, to whom a satisfied term of 600 years in Uie 
premises in question had been assigned, by aft inieiK 
ture, dated the 7th day of October, 1767, upon tmit i» 
attend the inheritance, the benefieial interest baing 
vested in certain minors, on whose bdialf the lessor of 
the plaintiff brought the action.' It was held, he conld 
not recover. New, it will be observed, it ia not stated 
that the cestui que trust was the parfy inpemeen&m; sad 
the statement that the action was brought on behalf of 
the persons beneficially interested would rather aesBi 
to shew the contrary. The argument, however, sU 
through the case seens to have proceeded on the SBmua^ 
tion that the possession was that of the cestui qne trusty 
as the efiect of a tenancy at will and its determinaiMm 
formed the chief subject of contest, which could scareely 
have been in question if any other than the cestui que 
trust had been in possession ; but even assuming this to 
have been so, still it was conceded on all sides that thsrs 
had been no demand of potses8ioa« And takii^ tho in- 
teriocutory observations of the jn^es during the stgVr 
ment, together with their more formal judgments^ ike 
view taken by the Court seems to have been, either 
that no tenancy at will had ever existed under the cfav 
cnmstanoea, in which ease sects. 2 and 3 of the statute 
would be a bar, or, if a tenancy at will was crested, it had 
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without a preTioos demand of pooBeauon, not being saf- 
ficient for that pnrpoee : thus rather fortifying than im- 
pugning theaoj^estions made on this snbject in the pre- 
sent note. Whether the fads of the case really placed 
the lessor of the plaintiff in the dilemma suggested, or 
whether the death of Holyhead, the originaJ trustee, 
would hare changed the tenancy at will into a tenancy 
at sufferanee, and so hare dispensed with the necessity 
of a demand of possesion, or whether sect. 6 of the 
statute would hare affected the case, and how far, were 
questions which it was not necessary for the court to 
discuss, as it seems to hare been assumed in the case 
thai there had been no determination of the tenancy at 
will, except by bringing the action, and upon that as- 
sumntion the decision was grounded. * If, on the other 
hand,' said Lord Denman, C. J., 'you make the de- 
fendants tenants at will to the lessor of the plaintiff, 
there has been no demand of possession, and so no right 
Is shewn to recover.' And Mr. Justice Patteson ob- 
served, ' If bringing an action now is enough to enisle 
the lessor of the plaintiff to recover, I cannot see why 
he might not have done so at any time since the as- 
mRnment in 1767.' * As soon as it is conceded,' said 
Mr. Justice Coleridge, * that the termor has a right to 
recover without any proceedings preliminary to bring- 
ing the action, we must look to see what effect sections 
2 and 8 have upon that right ; and I clearly think the 
effect is to bar it.' Whilst, therefore, there are passages 
in the judgments of the learned judges in the above 
case which render it questionable whether they consi- 
dered the case of trustee and cestui que trust to be ex- 
cluded from the operation of sections 2 and 3 of the 
statute, yet it is submitted, that the Court never in- 
tended to decide, nor in fact decided, that the posses- 
sion of the cestui que trust for twenty years will bar 
the right of the trustee." (Vol. 2, p. 411, n. (a) ). 

Now, these observations, we submit, do nothing 
more than reflect the confusion in which the Court of 
Q;iieen's Bench left the case of Doe v. Phillips. The 
report of the case in the Law Journal is meagre and de- 
fective In many particulars, and the learned annota- 
tors have not dted the fuller and more accurate report 
in Thk Jubist, a reference to which would, probably, 
have given them a clearer notion of the point which 
was redlv discussed and intended to be decided in that 
case (and see the short but accurate report in 10 Q. B. 
Rep. ISO). But even the report in the Law Jour- 
nal (with reference to which alone our former observa- 
tions were written) wQl not, we submit, bear the in- 
terpietation which Messrs. Keating and Willes have put 
upon it. It is there stated that the lessor of the plain- 
tiff claimed the premises by virtue of a term of years 
criMtteJ in 1767» and attendant upon the inheritance, the 
bcmaficial interest being vested in certain minors, in 
wAam heJudf the lessor of the plaintiff brought the ac- 
tion. The lessor therefore rested his case on this, that 
he was trustee for some other person than the persons 
who were in possession when tne action was brought ; 
and the only topics of defence taken notice of by the 
Court were, the want of a demand of possession before 
biingiiig the action, and the effect of the Statute of Limi- 
tations. Now, the only ground for requiring a prior de- 
mand of possession must have been, that the defendants 
w«re tmants at will of the plaintiff; but the plaintiff's 
case, aa stated in the report, was, that he was suing on be- 
half of his eestuls que trust, who were, therefore, out of 
poasession ; whence it must be inferred, that the defend- 
ants were not in possession as cestuis que trust under the 
leaser of ^ plamtiff ; and, consequently, were not te- 
nants at his wul, but trespassen. and so were not entitled 
to any demand of possession. The suggestion, therefore, 
by the Court, timt a demand of possession might have 
bean neoeswry^ was not supported by the £su& of the 
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case ; and their judgment must be taken to have been 
a decision upon the single point on which the rule to 
enter a nonsuit was granted, and which was the only 
question to which any prominence was given in the 
argument^namely, as to the effect of the Statute of 
Limitations. Now, the defence founded on the Statute 
of Limitations could not have been, that both the 
trustee and the cestuis que trust had been di^>ossessed 
more than twenty years before the commencement of 
the action, because against such a defence, supported 
by evidence, no argument could have been raised; 
but the defence must have been founded on this, that, 
though the cestuis que trust had been in possession 
withm twenty years, the trustee himself had not — a 
defence necessarily involving the point which we ori- 
ginally represented to have been the point discussed 
and decided in that case. The observation of Cole- 
ridge, J., that,^ as soon as it was conceded that the 
termor had a riffht to recover without any proceedings 
preliminary to oringing the action, the case was to be 
decided by reference to the 2nd and 3rd sections only," 
shews, not that the effect of the saving in sect. 7 did 
not come into question, but that the Court mistook 
the scope and effect of that saving, which is capable of 
operation, as well in cases where a prior demand is 
necessary, as in cases where such demand is not neces- 
sary ; the effect of that saving being, ss we contend, to 
preserve the implied tenancy of a cestui que trust at the 
will of his trustee from extinction by the general 
enactment in sect. 7 ; so that, if the cestui que trust has 
not been dispossessed for twenty years, the trustee, 
though he may have been out of possession for more 
than twenty years, can sustain an ejectment against the 
person in possession, having first demanded possession 
if the defendant is the cestui que trust, or without 
having demanded possession if the defendant is a mere 
intruder. 

The report in the Law Journal states, that the eject- 
ment was for undivided shares of ^velkind property in 
Kent, from which it is to be conjectured, tnat the de- 
fendants were cestuis que trust of other shares not 
claimed in the action, and hence probably the con- 
fusion on which we have been commenting arose. B^ 
ss to the shares claimed by the persons on whose behalf 
the action was brought, the defendants were strangers 
and trespassers. (^ 8 & 4 Will. 4, c. 27, s. 12, as to 
possession by coparceners, tenants in common, &c.) 
The report in The Jurist makes this clear. From that 
report, it appears, that, in 1766, the entirety of the 
estate wss purchased by Stephen Hubbard, and the 
term assigned to a trustee for nim. Stephen Hubbard 
devised the esta^ to his niece, Elizabeth Tri^, for life, 
with remainder to her children. The niece had issue nine 
children, three of whom died in infancy, including John 
Srown, who left two children, on whose behalf the ac- 
tion was brought against the sisters and the husbands of 
the sisters of John JBrown. The report in Ths Jurist 
attributes the following expressions to Patteson, J., 
which clearly shew, that the question was as we have 
represented it: — **If there was a tenancy at will, it 
began more than twenty years ago ; and the 7th section 
says, that the tenancy shall be deemed to have deter- 
mined at the end of the first year after the commence- 
ment of the tenancy.** It appears from the report, that 
Elizabeth Trigg married in 1801, and had nine children. 
The action was brought in 1844 ; so that it is possible, 
that neither the termor nor the cestuis que trust had been 
in possession within twenty years; but if so, the ques- 
tion of tenancy at will could never have been raisea. 



Master in Chancbrt. — The Lord Chancellor has 
appointed Greoige Moore Smith, Gent., of Whittlesey, 
Cfambridgeshire, to be a Master Extraordinary in the 
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EQUITY CAUSE LISTS, HILARY TERM, 
12 Vict. 1849. 

*^* The following abbreviations have been adopted to 
abridge the space the Cause Papers would otherwise have occu- 
pied: — A. Abated — Adj, Adjourned — A, T, After Term — Ap, 
Appeal — C. Z>. Cause Day — C. Costs — Z>. Demurrer— JJ. Ex- 
ceptions — F, D, Further Directions — M. Motion — P. C. Pro 
Confesso— P/. Plea— P/n. Petition— 22. Re-hearing— -S. 0. 
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Effort the Lord 

Appeals. 
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kinson 
Same v. Jackson 
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Davis V. Chanter (9 causes, 

Ap) 
Cochrane r. Cochrane 'l(Ap) 
Lord r. Colvin j SO 

Attorney- Gen. v, Wilson (Ap) 



CUANCELLOK. 

The Mayor, «cc. Rochester v. 
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Fyson v, Pole (Ap) 

Davis V. Kingsford (Ap) 

Lord Brooke v. Earl of War- 
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Battershall v. Bishop of 
Winchester i /» n 

Follett r. Same C^^^^ 

Battershall v. Same 

Penny r. Watts (Ap) 



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Pleas, Demurrers, Causes, Exceptions, and Further 

Directions. 



Dobson V, Lyall (F D, part 

heard) 
Robinson v. Sollory 
Ashburner r. Wilson (F D, C) 

SO 
Dunston r. Dunston (3 causes, 

YD) S 
Boycott V, Morse (2 causes) 

Jan, 25 
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Jan, 25 
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Bodington v. The 6t. Western 

Railway Co. 
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Coleman v, Mellersh 
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Glover (otherwise Gordon) o. 

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Haydockr.Tomlinson J ^ 
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Miller v. Priddon 
Attorney-Gen. v. Finch (2 

causes) 
Surtees v, Hopkinson (F D, 

C) 
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Morisson v, Moxon 
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Briggs V. Deveroux 1 
Same v. Brenton V 
Same v. Stansfeld J 
Barker r. Wylde (3 causes, F 

D,C) 
Daintree v. Day 
Precce v. France 
Woodhams v, Woodhams (3 

causes, F D, C; 
Elsam V. Hall (F D, C) 
Hutton V. Hay ley 
Whitchurch v, Whit 

church 
Same v, Parrott 



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Causes, Further Directions, and Exceptions. 

Gregton v. East Anglian Rail- 1 Yetts o. Norfolk Railway Co. 
way Co. (D) | (2 Ds) 

4 



Weighman v, Powell S 
Kent V. Underbill "I 
Capper v. Same j 
Attorney-Gen. v, Harvey (F 

D, C) 
Stephens v, Richards 
Stanley t?. Bulkeley 
Wilkinson v. Candlish 
Milne ». Baldwin 1 o q 
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Stronger v, Hawkes 1 
Hawkes v. Hawkes J 
Paterson r. Mills S 
Alexander v. Bushby (F D, 

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Dawson v, Robinson 
Cowan V, Hymers 
Aglionby v, James (F D) 

SOG 
Dixon V, Linn (3 causes, F D) 
Cutis V, Riddell 8 
Hughes V. Scarborough 
Gardom v, Williams 
Ackers v. Williams 
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Barraclough v, Hull 
Nunn r. Truscott 
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Fowell V. Dodson (2 causes) 
Howard v, Carr 
Browne v, Milne (F D, C) 
Brown v. Mundy 



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Savery v, Savery 
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Lee V, Delane 
Rees 9. Chilton 
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Trelawny v, Mostyn 
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C) 



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White V. Godmond (F D, C) 
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Same f». Judge J'V*^^*^ 
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Lander p, Ingersoll (F D,« C) 
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Smith V, Earl of Effingham 

(As to costs) 
Norfolk Railway Co. v. Wode- 

house (Cause) 

Pleas and Demurrers. 
Dean of Ely v, Gayford (6 Pis) 

SO 
Lewis V, Baldwin (On deft.'s 

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5 ti«/i7 hearing 
Mitchell V, Koecher (D) 

Causes. 

Churchman v. Capon 1 fF D, 

Churchman v. Capon J C, pt. 

heard Easter Term) 

Stourton v. Jemingham To 

present petition 
Hooper v, Denoon 
Williamson v, Gordon 



Hemming v. Archer'' 
Hemming v. Archer 
Hemming v. Archer 
Hemming v. Archer 
Raworth v. Archer 



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C, 
pthd.) 
50/17/ 
Ptn,qf 



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Hooper v. Salman *! (Part 
Tugwell V, Hooper J heard) 
M'Michaelv. Kipling (E, Ptn) 



(Rc-h., 

part 

heard 

Easter 

Term) 



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Hemming v. Archer 
Hemming v. Archer 
Hemming v. Archer 
Hemming v. Archer 
Raworth v. Archer 
Gas Light and Coke" 

Co. V. Symonds 
Symonds v. Gas Light 

and Coke Co. 
Stillman v. Gas Light 

and Coke Co. 
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Baynton v. Hooper J^ 8 to 
Baynton v. Hooper j amend 
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Biggs V, Naylor 4fter T^srm 

Fox V. Robcrts/^^'*^ ^^^^ 
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ktt ex. — Alex. Broody Brixton-rosd, BriitoD, Surrey, builder, 
Feb. 1 at half-past 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex. 
•^•^Robert Neal, Wandsworth-common, Surrey, nurseryman, 
Jan. 23 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex.—John 
CrotuUon, Wigan, Lancashire, money scrivener, Jan. 15 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ex. — Samuel 
Mark Hai/hide, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, linen draper, Feb. 1 
at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. ; Feb. 2 at 1, 
dlT. — Joeeph Harvept Catherine-street, Strand, Middlesex, 
artist's colourman, Jan. 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don, aud. ac. — Thog, C. Knight^ Fort-street, Spital -square, 
Middlesex, undertaker, Jan. 31 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, aud. ac. — Joshua Rhodee, Queen's-row, Pimlico, 
Middlesex, builder, Jan. 31 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don, aud. ac. — Wm, Day, Hilgay, Norfolk, brick maker, Feb. 
1 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — The Mer- 
chant TYadere* Shipt LoaUf andlwurance AssodaiioHt Feb. 1 
at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Thos. Rose 
the younger, Dorking, Surrey, grocer, Jan. 81 at 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. — IV. H, Walsham^ Cbapel-st., 
Pentonville, Middlesex, builder, Feb. 1 at 2, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, and. ac ---/. M, MKenzie and Jos. Fraser, 
Pancras-lane, London, warehousemen, Feb. 1 at 11, Court of 
bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-^ToAfi Cockey the younger, 
Portsmouth, Southampton, ship builder, Jan. 31 at 12, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — James Wame^ Newport, 
Isle of Wight, Southampton, grocer, Feb. 7 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. — F. S, Godfrey, Duddington, 
Northamptonshire, miller, Feb. 6 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, 
|jondon, aud. ac. —Jamer Greaves, Stoke-upon-Trent, Staf- 
fordshire, ale merchant, Feb. 7 at 12, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ao.— IT. H, Grairix and John Ta- 
vsmer, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, silk manufocturers, Feb. 14 
at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac. ; 
Feb. 17 at 12, dir. — John 8, Manby, Burn&y, Luicashire, 
ironmonger, Feb. 2 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Manchester, aud. ac,—John Lord, Crawshaw Booth, Lan- 
cashire, cotton manufacturer, Jan. 31 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ac. ; Feb. 5 at 12, div. — Hen, 
Hollis, Liverpool, tea dealer, Jan. 31 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. zo.-'Joseph Bere^ford, Birken- 
bcad, Cheshire, flour dealer, Jan. 31 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac. — James Penny, Merthyr 
Tydvil, Glamorganshire, brewer, Feb. 8 at 11, District Court 
Of BanJcruptcy, Bristol, aud. ae,~- James Stockham, Bristol, 
licensed victualler, Feb. 5 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Bristol, aud. ac. — Henry Coleuutit Portaea, Bampabire, baker, 
Feb. 9 at 11, Conrt of Bankruptcy, LDudon, div. — /. Balaam, 
EnfieU, Middlesex, smith, Feb. 7 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, 
liondon, div. -^ John Nokes, New Ormond-street, Middlesex, 
builder, Feb. 1 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. — 
James Phillips, Cross -street, Finsbury, Middlesex, dealer in 
Worses, Feb. 1 at 12, Court of Bankruptcv, London, div.— 
f\rsd. Davis, Luton* Bedfordshire, merchant, Feb. 2 at 2, 
Court of Bankruptcy, london, div.-*-/. Ball, Martin's-lane, 
Cannon street, London, merchant, Feb. 2 at 12, Court of 
Bftokruptey, London, div, -^/oA* B. Brcwnst Newcastle- 
under-Lyme, Staffordshire, wine merchant, Jan. 30 at 10, 
District Conrt of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. and div. 
-^Ji W, Burlon, O^ Cotman, and Wm. Smith, Manchester, 
«nd Leeds, Yorkshire, manu&cturers, Feb. 1 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, div.. 

CsmTiFicAm. 
Tb $e allowed, mniess Cause be shewn to the contrary on or 
brfore the Day qf Meeting. 
Saml, M. Haffhids, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, linen draper, 
Feb. 1 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London .---/af. Graves, 
Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, boot maker, Feb. 1 at 11, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London. — Wm. M. Hill, Cbarlton-plaoe, Is- 
lington, Middlesex, buihler, Jan. 31 at 12, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London.^T^omas Broum, Nottingham-mews, High- 
street, St. Marylebone, Middlesex, coach smith, Feb. 8 at 2, 
Court of Bankruptoy, Loudon. — Joshua Rhodes, Queen's-row, 
Pimlico, Middlesex, builder, Jan. 31 at U, Court of Bank. 
xu^Uyy, London. — B. G. Ward, Doddington- place, Dodding- 
ton-grove, Walworth, Surrey, butcher, Feb. 3 at 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London.— /ainef Dotpson, Colchester, Essex, li- 
censed victualler, Jan. 31 at half .past II, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London.*- fTn. ff. Macksy, Southampton, attorney, 
)jio« 31 at balf-pait 12, Court of AfnkraplQy» Lo]idoa.-*-7. 



Rose the younger, Dorking, Surrey, grocer, Jan. 31 at IS, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London. — Wm. Godfrey, London. wall, 
London, carpenter, Jan. 31 at half-past 1, Cosrt of Bank- 
ruptcy, London. -^/o All F. Cartner, Oakhill, Ashwick, So- 
mersetshire, surgeon, Ftb. 6 at 11, District Court of fimk- 
ruptcy, Bristol.— FFm. W. Dunn, Bath, Wm. Keenc, Bath, 
Somersetshire, H. B. Marriott, Llanganoyd, Glanuirgaa. 
shire, and Saml. B. Waring, Bristol, brewers. Feb. 2 at II, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. 

To be allowed by the Vice- Chancellor of the High Court of 
Chancery, acting in Bankruptcy, unless Cause be shewn to 
the contrary on or b^ore Jan. 30. 

8. L. Gasketl, Coogleton, Cheshire, clock maker. — Fred. 
C. Chappell, Angel-oourt, Tlirogmorton- street, London, and 
Cottage-green, Camberwell, Surrey, stock broker. — Wm.Rees 
and Evan Roberts, Liverpool, joiners. — Jas. Hughes^ WU- 
mersley-eum-Shuttleworth, Lancashire, paper maker. — H. 
Browne, Ferdinand-terrace, Hampstead-road, Middlesex, sur- 
geon. — Rich. G. Clode, Windsor, Berkshire, com mercbaol. 
— Allan Gilmore, Calcutta, East Indies, merchant. 

FlATfl ANNULtEO. 

John Jackson, Clifford, Herefordshire, farmer.— CIm. i^. 
Downman, Bircbin-lane, London, gunpowder merchant. 

Partnbrship Dihsolyxd. 
Wm. Welsby and Richard Johnson, Sonthport, Lancaahirt, 
attomies and solicitors. 

Scotch SsauisTaATiONS. 
Chas.M'Grsgor, Ballintuim, Colin McGregor, Blairgowrit, 
and Wm. McGregor, New Rattray, cattle dealers.-* STAoMOt 
Rattray, Dundoe, brewer, deceased. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptog, 

and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection frem 

Process, 

Wm. Mercer, Maidstone, Kent, hair dresser, Feb. 6 at 12» 
County Court of Kent, at Maidetone.— -Henry Mattkewsy 
Trottiscliflb, Kent, grocer, Feb. 6 at 12, County Court of 
Kent, at Maidstonc.^JoAii Gerrard, Newton, near Frodshiit 
Cheshire, out of busineis, Jan. 12 at 11, County Court of 
Cheshire, at HUl's Hotel, at Runcorn.— .&iiMa E. UnderhiU, 
Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, dressmaker, Jan. 22 at 12, 
Comnty Court of Staffordafaire, at Wohrerfaampton. — Q ee rp e 
Tharme, Wdlverhampton, Staffordshire, horse dealer, Jmu §2 
at 12, County Court of Staffbrdshire, at Wdrerfaamptoo.^ 
Thomas Green, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, sehooWaaittrr 
Jan. 22 at 12, County Court of Staffordshire, at Wolverhaap- 
ton. — John Williams^ Darlsf ton, Staffordshire, butty eollitfr. 
Jan. 22 at 12, County Court of Stafibrdshire, at Walasdl.— 
John Claaton, Stoke, Ipswieh, Suffolk, out of business, Ja&. 
19 at 10, County Court of Suflblk, at Ipswich.^rAouMtf Reetf 
Aberystwith, Cardigaiuhira, victualler, Jan. 31 at 10, Couity 
Court of Cardiganshire, at Aberystwith. — Charlu Ptrryt 
Tipton, Stafibrdshire, huokfter, Jan. 26 at 2, County Coort 
of Worcestershire, at Dudksy.— Geo. HuJbtard, Badwell A^ 
Suffolk, carpenter, Jan. 29 at 10, CounU Court of Soffotk, 
at Bury St £dmund's.<.-«il|^e(i Catt, Witnesham, Suffolk, 
out of business, Jan. 25 at 2, County Court of Suffolk, at 
Woodbridge.--/9A}t A. Potter, Pakenham, Suffolk, baker, 
Jan. 22 at 10, County Court of Suffolk, at Stowmarkot.-^ 
Charlotte Heath, widow, Sheemess, Kent, hair dresser, Jafk 
22 at 10, County Court of Kent, at Sheemess.— FTfliMfli 
Rattenbury, Washford Pyne, Devonshire, innkeeper, Feb. 5 
at 10, County Court of Devonshire, at Crediton.— /. Coates, 
Bridlington Quay, East Riding, Yorkshire, out of business, 
Jan. 24 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Bridlington.— 
Rich. Cockerill, Below the Hill, Kirton in Lindsey, Lincohi- 
shire, grocer, Feb. 10 at 11, County Court of Lincolnshire, 
at Brigg. — Wm. Page, Morchard Bishop, Devonshire, farmer, 
Feb. 5 at 10, County Court «f Devonshire, at Crediton.— 
Ambrose Weston, Deal, Kent, autrket gardener, Jan. 2ft at 

10, County Court of Kent, at JML^Michael Green^ CUftoa, 
Bristol, fly driver, Feb. 28 at 11, County Conrt of Qlonces- I 
tershire, at Bristol. — Geo. Davie, Bedminster, Briatol, out of 
bnsineis, Feb. 28 at 11. County Court of Glouoestersbiee, at 
Bristol.— /omet Johm BuiUed, Bristol, carpenter, Feb. 2aat 

1 1, County Court of GlouoeatenUre, at BrielboL—John P. B> 
Mead, Bedmineter, Bristol, simoniiunerarr in the Ba^l 
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Jan. 24. 
Bob. Wm. Samton, Upwej, oat of business. 
At the County Court qf Gloueeeterthire, at Bristol, Jan. 
24 am. 
Ckarlee Orchard the younger, Clifton, mason. 
At the County Court of Hampshire, at Winchester, 
Jan. 25. 
John Andrewi, Frithem, near Lyndhurst, baker. 

FRIDAY, January 12. 
BANKRUPTS. 

GERARD DE WITTE, Throgmorton-st., London, commis- 
sion agent and dealer in railway shares, dealer and chapman, 
Jan. 20 and Feb. 22 at half.past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London : Off. Ass. Cannan ; Sol. Buchanan, BasinghaJl-st. 
—Fiat dated Jan. 11. 

FRANCIS THOMPKINS, Sydney-st., Fulham-road, Mid- 
dlesex, bill broker and money scrivener, dealer and chapman, 
Jan. 20 and Feb. 22 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London : 
Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Chamberlayne, Great James -st., 
Bedford- row. — Fiat dated Jan. 9. 

JAMES DE BERNARDY, otherwise JAMES BER. 
NARDY, Hanover-st., Hanover-sq., Middlesex, victualler, 
dealer and chapman, Jan. 19 and Feb. 23 at 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, LK>ndon : Off. Ass. Pennell ; Sol. Steele, 1, 
Lincoln 8-iiiii>fields. — Fiat dated Jan. 9. 

LEWIS JOSEPH HART, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, woollen 
draper, dealer and chapman, Jan. 19 at 2, and Feb. 23 at 

I, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld; 
Sols. Goddard Sc Eyre, 101, Wood-st., Cheapside, London. 
—Fiat dated Jan. 1. 

WILLIAM BLACKNELL, Plumstead, Kent, baker, dealer 
and chapman, Jan. 18 at 1, and March 3 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Follett ; Sol. Buchanan, 
8, Basinghall-street. — ^t dated Jan. 11. 

THOMAS MAYCOCK, Bletchington, Oxfordshire, brick and 
tile maker, dealer and chapman, Jan. 25 at 2, and March 
1 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; 
Sols. Wagner, Oxford; Yallance, Old Jewry-chambers, 
London. — Fiat dated Jan. 6. 

JOHN SPIKINS, late of Dartmouth-row, but now of Regent- 
street, Westminster, Middlesex, carpenter and biJider, 
dealer and chapman, Jan. 25 at 11, and Feb. 20 at 2, 
Court of Banlmiptcy, London : Off. Ass. Groom ; Sol. 
Williams, 31, Alfred-place, Bedford-square. — Fiat dated 
Jan. 6. 

JAMES EDWARD CLARKE, Bury Samt Edmund's, Suf. 
folk, clothier and draper, dealer and chapman, Jan. 25 at 

II, and Feb. 23 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: 
Off. Ass. Edwards; Sol. Huson, 7, Ironmonger-lane, Cheap* 
side. — Fiat dated Jan. 3. 

JOHN JAMES CURTIS, sometimes known as JAMES 
CURTIS, Erith, Kent, hotel keeper, dealer and chapman, 
Jan. 22 at half.past 2, and Feb. 26 at half.past 11, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Turquand ; Sol. Bu- 
chanan, 8, Basinghall .street, London. — Fiat dated Jan. 11. 

JOSEPH PILGRIM, Bethnal-green, and Back.lane.road, 
Shadwell, Middlesex, publican, dealer and chapman, Jan. 

22 at 1, and Feb. 26 at 11, Court of Bankrupt<7, London: 
Off. Ass. Graham ; Sol. De Jersey, Saint Ann's.lane. — Fiat 
dated Jan. 9. 

PAUL WHITEHEAD, Bradford, Yorkshire, com miller, 
(heretofore carrying on business at Bradford as a bonnet 
maker, provision draler, and com miller), Jan. 26 and Feb. 

23 at 11, District Court of Bankraptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. 
Young ; Sols. Terry & Watson, Bradford ; Bond & Bar- 
wick, Leeds; Clarke, Southampton-bnildings, London. — 
Fiat dated Jan. 9. 

GEORGE PRICE, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, printer, 
stationer, and paper dealer, Jan. 27 and Feb. 24 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. 
Whitmore ; SoL Bolton, Wolverhampton. — Fiat dated 
Jan. 9. 

THOMAS WILLIAMS, Birmingham, surgeon and apothe- 
cary, dealer and chapman, Jan. 24 and Feb. 28 at 12, 
District Court of Bankraptcy, Birmin^am: Off. Ass. 
Whitmore; SoL Harriion, BirmiDgham.— Flat dated Jan. 6. 



JOHN BISHOP, Worcester, carpenter, builder, cabinet 
maker, dealer and chapman, Jan. 24 and Feb. 28 at 12, 
District Court of Banlmiptcy, Birmingham: Off. An. 
Yalpy ; Sols. Stattard, Worcester $ Suckling, Birmingbanu 
— Kat dated Jan. 6. 

Mbbtinos. 
Edward Tucker, Nicholas.lane, London, dealer in shares, 
Jan. 23 at 1, Court of Bankraptcy, London, last ex. — Charlet 
Howard, Kingston, Surrey, and Gt. Tower-st., London, wine 
merchant, Jan. 23 at 2, Court of Bankraptcy, London, last ex..~ 
Alexander Broad, Brixton.road , Brixton, Surrey, builder, 
Feb. 1 at half-past 2, Court of Bankraptcy, London, last ex. 
^Wm. Shaw the younger, Salford, Lancashire, printer, Jan. 
22 at 12, District Court of Bankraptcy, Manch^ter, last ex« 
— John Speakman, Astley, Lancashire, joiner, Jan. 24 at 12, 
District Court of Bankraptcy, Bianchester, last ex. — George 
Henry Hueband, Salford, Lancashire, joiner, Jan. 23 at 12, 
District Court of Bankraptcy, Mandiester, last ex. — VFil- 
iiam Sower, Wilmslow, Cheshire, cotton spinner, Jan. 23 
at 11, District Court of Bankraptcy, Manchester, last ex.— 
John Faulkner, Manchester, coach lace manufacturer, Jan. 
24 at 11, District Court of Bankraptcy, Manchester, last ex. 
— Dan. Horton and Geo. Horton, Ru8sell*s-hall Ironworks, 
near Dudley, Worcestershire, iron masters, Jan. 30 at 10, 
District Court of Bankraptcy, Birmingham, last ex. — J. Mayn^ 
Rayleigh, Essex, auctioneer, Feb. 7 at 12, Court of Bank- 
raptcy, London, aud. tiC.'^H. Martland, Hazel-grove, within 
Bosden, Che«hire, silk throwster, Feb. 5 at 12, District Court 
of Bankraptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. ; Feb. 6 at 12, fin. dir* 
•^S. Newton, Burnlev, Lancashire, porter dealer, Feb. 6 at 
12, District Court of Bankraptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. ; 
Feb. 7 at 12, div.— /oAn George, Jackfield, Broseley, Shrop- 
shire, grocer, Feb. 7 at 10, District Court of Bankraptc^, 
Birmingham, aud. ac. — John Yatee the elder, Colton, Staf- 
fordshire, cora merchant, Feb. 13 at 10, District Court of 
Bankraptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — John Yatee the younger, 
Colwich, Staffordshire, cora factor, Feb. 13 at 10, Disfiict 
Court of Bankraptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — Wm. Palmer, 
Birmingham, maltster, Feb. 7 at 12, District Court of Bank- 
raptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — Wm. Green Hathaway, Stan- 
fonl Bridge, Great Shelsley, Worcestershire, grocer, Feb. 17 
at 12, District Court of Bankraptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.-— 
John Reay the younger and Henry Reay, Mark-lane, London, 
wine merchanta, Feb. 5 at half.past 1, Court of Bankraptcy, 
London, div. sep. est. of Henry Reay.-^Wm. Day, Hilgaj, 
Norfolk, brick maker, Feb. 6 at 12, Court of Bankraptcj, 
London, div.— /ot^A Dame, Northampton, innkeeper, Feo* 
6 at 11, Court of Bankraptcy, London, div.—/. Every the 
elder, Lewes, Sussex, ironfounder, Feb. 6 at half-past 11, 
Court of Bankraptcy, London, fin. div. — ChrietopherRobmeonf 
Great Trinity. lane, London, oil merchant, Feb. 8 at 11, 
Court of Bankraptcy, London, div. — Hemy Molyneux, 
Lombard.st., London, and Ealing-green, Middlesex, vratch 
maker, Feb. 6 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— 
Jae. Shepherd, Bristol, leather seller, Feb. 6 at 11, District 
Court of Bankraptey, Bristol, diY,— Jae. Stockham, Bristol, 
licensed victualler, Feb. 6 at 11, District Court of Bankrapt- 
cy, Bristol, div. 

CiRTiriCATBfl. 

To be allowed, unlete Cauee be ehewn to the contrary on or 
btfore the Day qf Meeting, 
Mark Robert Cockbum Wightman, Pancras-lane, London, 
linen factor, Feb. 8 at half.past 11, Court of Bankraptcy, 
London. — Valentine Soden Go^ey, Duddington, North- 
amptonshire, miller, Feb. 6 at 12, Court of Bankraptcy, Lon- 
ddn. — Robert AUieon and Thoe. Allieon, Dean-street, Soho, 
Middlesex, pianoforte manufacturers, Feb. 6 at 1, Court of 
Bankrapt<7, London. — Sidney Adeoek, Edward.st., Saint 
Marylebone, Middlesex, working jeweller, Feb. 5 at 1, Court 
of Bankraptcy, London. — leaae Hum, Wood-st., and 
Brick-lane, Spitalfields, Middlesex, auctioneer, Feb. 2 at 12, 
Court of Bankraptcy, London. — Thoe. firing, Bristol, grocer 
and bookbinder, F^. 6 at 11, District Court of Bankraptcy, 
Bristol. — Edwin Taylor, Clifton, Bristol, stock and share 
broker, Feb. 12 at 11, District Court of Bankraptcy, Bristol.— 
Sawntel Newton, Burnley, Lancashire, porter dealer, Feb. 5 
at 1, District Court of Bankraptcy, Manchester.— BTenyy 
DoiosoM Wilkineon, She£5eld, Yorkshire, silver plater, Feb* 
3 at 12, District Court of Bankraptcy, Sheffield.—^. Worth, 
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1%€ fbUowing are the Names of the OeiUlemm who fanonr Thx Jukist wOA RqxMrU of Ocues argued and 
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H— 'i-^ {s^piirriiirttS^w!^ 

p.t„, rt-««^i I TiNisoK Edwaroi, Em. of tlie 

^^^^^^^'^'""^ t ImierTeiiipto,B«Tkt«f«tL«w. 

n« Lord Chanedlor'i JA. Gordon, Eaq. of tlie Inner 
Court \ Tampk, Bcrriiter at Law. 

fTRMiaoK Edwards, Efq. of the 
TiM-CShiMdlor of Sagwl Inner Temple, and 

land'a Coiirl | Charlrs Marbtt, Eiq. of the 

(. InnerTemple,BaniatenatLaw. 

Tiea-Chancellor Knight / W. W. Coom, Eaq. of the Inner 
Bmee's Court \ Temple, Barnater at Law. 

Vke-ChanoeOorWigram'i fF. Fismbr, Esq. of Lincoln's 
Coot ....t Inn, Barriater at Law. 



Court of Qneen'i Beneh< 



Qneen'i Bench Ball Cowt 




Eaq. of the Inner 



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of Lincoln's 
Law. 
Pbllt Hindi, Esq. of tha 
Inner Temple, Barrister atLaw. 
Court of Common Pleaa,"] W. Patrrson, Esq. of Gray't 

incladiM I Inn; and 

Appeals under Kegistra- | J. R. Bolwrr, Esq. of the Inner 
non of Voters Act. ... J Temple, Barristers at Law. 

Court of Exchequer.... -j^ Barriater at Law. 

Ecdesiaatieal and Admi- f J. P. Dianb, D.C.L. of Doctors 
raltj Conrta \ Commons. 

Cases in Bankruptcy.... I Tei^pk,^S!Jri,to at Law.''"*' 

{RoBBRT R. Pearcb, Esq. of 
Gray's Inn, Barrister at Law. 



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LONDON, JANUARY 20, 1849. 

Wb have already, in a former Noraber of tkis Journal, 
In reference to an oocarrence that had then lately taken 
place, advocated the propriety, not merely of an appeal 
in criminal cases on fact as well as law, but the esta- 
blishment of some machinery, by which, if, by the re- 
sult of the iiieyilabio dafects of human institutions, an 
accused person is convicted and punished, and after- 
wards satisfactorily establishes his innocence, he sliall 
i«ceiye at the hands of the State a solemn reversal of 
the judgment, and compensation for the actual and sub- 
stantial loss that he can shew he has incurred. We 
hardly expected, when we wrote our former observa- 
tion^ that 80 soon again the imperfection of our system 
of criminal investigation would be manifested, by tlie 
discovery of the innocence of another person accused, 
convicted, and punished. The case we allude to is that 
of Mr. Bflffber, who has recently published a pamphlet*, 
in whidi all the details of his very sing:ular case are 
narrated ; and, certainly, it is one of those cases which 
strikingly support the argument of those who contend 
for a general appeal in criminal cases. We are not, 
however, going to dwell on the peculiar features of 
Mr. Barber's case, for the examination of which we 
nfer our readers to the well and most temperately writ- 
ten pamphlet itself, but to renew our attacks upon the 
ptipelnatlon of the non-appeal system. We have read 
iQd heard many arguments, and from men of varied 
Fo^Uqiw and acquirements, against allowing appeals ; 
hut llisQr all appear to resolve themselves into the fear 

of trouble, the fear of expense, or the tenacious cling- 



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ing of the Blackstonian cast of mind to the worship of 
all that is, because it is. It is said, that, if you have 
an appeal on matter of fact, you must have it to another 
jury ; and if to one, why not to a second and a third ;. 
and where is it to stop ? And that the evidence that 
will convince one jury, will of course convince another. 
But, in the first place, we require to know why of 
necessity an appeal must be from one jury to another 
jury, if there could be shewn any substantial reason for 
calling in another species of tribunal ? What is there 
about this jury so eternally thrown in our fiices, that is- 
so marvellous — so allwise and penetrating, that En-^ 
glislimen cannot disconnect the idea of justice, and es- 
pecially criminal j ustice, from that of a j ury ? Let any 
man hear the stories that every day's practice brings 
home from circuit, of the pranks of juries, and he would 
fancy there could not be a tribunal more likely to err.- 
Yet let anything be proposed in or out of Parliament 
to withdraw from juries the ultimate finding of facts, 
and forthwith grave men arise, and forgetting, or choos- 
ing to forget, how many times they have laughed at the 
fatuity of juries, pronounce grave eulogiums on the 
trial by jury— palladium of our liberties, &c. But, in 
the next place, why should it be assumed, that what 
will convince one jury must necessarily convince 
another? In equity, a yice-Chancellor is a jury, and 
the Chancellor is an appeal jury ; yet we do not find 
that the Chancellor, on appeal, always draws from the 
evidence the same conclusion that a Vice-Chancellor 
has done. On the contrary, nothing is more common 
than for a decree, to be reversed, because the evidence 
does not, in the mind of the Chancellor, support the 
conclusion of fact drawn by the Court below. In the 
next place, all the while that objections are made to 
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a jury, there ib, in reality 8iKh an appeal ; for what 
eke is the application ad miserieordiam to the Crown! 
It is, in form, a prayer for pardon ; it is, in reality, an 
appeal to the Secretary of State to review the facts — ^ibr 
the law, we beliere, he never attempts to review; and 
the Secretary of State refers it to the Under-secretary of 
State, who is, of late years at least, always a Barri^er. 
So that there is really an appeal from a jury to one sinele 
minister, not a lawyer — who, dding his inquiries by tne 
assistance of a lawyer, may and does from time to time 
decide that a jnry has incorrectly found its facts. How 
sunilar in principle, yet how superior in practice, would 
be an appeal to a given body of^judges on matter of fact 
as well as of law ! 

But then it is said, if there were such an appeal, 
every convicted person would appeal, with or witnout 
ground ; and, as most convictea persons are penniless, 
who is to pay the expense, and what check would there 
be on fHvolous appeals ? The answer is, first, the coun- 
tiy does, in &ct, pav a great deal for appeals in civil 
cases, many of whicnare frivolous, notwithstanding the 
check of costs. The whole establishment of appeal judges 
and ofiicers in civil cases is paid for, not by the suitor, 
but by the public, and probably rar exceeds the ex- 
pense that would be incurred by criminal appeals, if 
every criminal case involving life or transportation 
were appealed. And if civil suitors are entitled to the 
privilege of throwing on the country a burthen in re- 
spect of their appeals, why should not criminal suitors 
have a like privilege f But a furtlier answer is, that 
though the State has a right to protect itself by punishing 
evil-doers, it has no right to establish for their protection 
a confessedly imperfect machinery, and to assume the 
results of that machinery to be correct merely for the 
puipoBe of saving expense. 

With regard to the other branch of the subject, the 
duty of the State to reverse an improper decbion with 
as much solemnity and publicity as that with which it 
was made, and to compensate the person who has lost, 
not by his own, but by the error of the State, we con- 
ceive the question to be so free from doubt and diffi- 
culty, that nothing but the innate indisposition of all 
States to admit error and accept innovation, could have 
prevented the principle from being adopted long ago. 
The justice of the thing can be no more questioned 
than the justice of Lord Campbell's Act, imposing on 
railway companies, who have Killed men by the care- 
lessness of their servants, the liability to compensate 
the fikmilies of the sufferers ; and the difficulty of esti- 
mating what a man has lost by losing his business or 
profession for a given number of years, would not be so 
mat as to require a Laplace to calculate it. It would 
be about as cufficult as it is to compute the pecuniary 
value of a man's life, under Lord Campbell's Act, and 
not more so. 

It is a long time since a case of so much interest and 
Importance as that of The Attornqf^ChnercU v. Strange 
ana Prince' Albert v. Stranqe* has been decided ; the 
interest and importance of the case not depending 
merely, though much, on the rank and position of the 
parties engaged, but also on the originality of the ques- 
tion at issue, and the extensive consequences that may 
follow the decision. 

The fiicts of the case have been so presented to the 
Court as to require it to decide this question : whether 
there is a right of property in literary or artistical com- 
position, entitling the proprietor of the composition to 
restrain any person, not having his consent, frompub- 
lu^iing to the world a catalogue enumprating and iden- 
tifying the compositions produced; and the Court has 
decide that there ia such a right of property. 

* Vioe-ChanoeUor Knight Bmoe, 1601 January, 1849, not 
jet r^>orted. 

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The judgment of the very eminent person who has 
decided this case is, as might be expected, from his high 
reputation, and from the nature or the subject, at once 
elaborate and argumentative, subtle and cautious. StiU, 
if we correctly apprehend its effect, it proceeds on the 
^und, not of fra«d, but of a right of property being 
in the plaintiff; and, on this view of the question, we 
propose to submit a few observations to our readers. 

The case is, unquestionably, one of the first impres- 
sion. We did not hear it stated in the judgment tihat 
there is any direct authority in noint, and we.beUeye 
there b none. The Court referrea to cases operating by 
way of analogy ; and the judgment was^ therefore, Uiat 
which, to a lawyer's ear, is rare, but delightful — a judi- 
cial argument upon principle. 

Now, the question upon principle comes, in effect, te 
this — whether there is a right of property^ not in an un- 
published manuscript or print, for it is clear there 
IS such a property, bnt in the fiict of such a maaa- 
script or print having been composed. Property, ia 
the legal sense, can, we apprehend, exist only in some 
matenal thing. There b no property in the invention of 
a mechanical principle in the abstract; that is settled. 
There is property in a principle applied in practice ; 
that is, there is property in the material exhibition of 
the mechanical idea. So there is property in a literary 
idea, materialised by being exhibited, explained, mani- 
fested in the form of words written, or. under particular 
legislative enactments, spoken. But there i^ we appre* 
hend, and can be no property at law in an idea unma- 
terialised ; and for this, it for no other reason, that there 
cannot be property except in that which is capable of 
identification —that which has conditions of existence dis- 
tinguishing it from every othn* thing; whereas an idea, 
until materialised, cannot be identified— cannot be mea- 
sured by or confined within any boundaries — cannot, in 
fact, have precise attributes peculiar to its existence, dis- 
tingfuishing it as a thin^ diffident horn any other thing*. 
Property, the jus propnetatis, seems, in fact, to require 
of necessity, to satisfy the term, something matenal ; 
and when we talk of a man's property in his ideas, it 
should not be forgotten that the law has hitherto not 
noticed any such property, except when the ideas have 
been connected with something material, such as 
writing, drawing, painting, or the like. Within thk 
view of property rail clearly the cases of unpublished 
manuscripts or prints. There the author has ma- 
terialised his ideas: he has embodied them in the 
form of words written, or of figures delineated u^n 
paper. He has produced a material thing, expressing 
through matter particular ideas to the mind of the 
reader or looker. But if a man has conceived only the 
idea of a work or a picture, has he, can he, liave any 
property in that idea until he has clothed it in material 
form ? Suppose, for instance, the Laocoong roup nerer 
to have existed, and that an artist had formed the idea 
of such a group, could he maintain a right of property 
in the abstract idea of the central figure of a father 
surrounded by sons, and all struggling in the coils of a 
serpent ; that is. could he maintam a title to property 
in the idea, to the extent of preventing any other per- 
son from embodying it after nis own fiushion of embo- 
dying it? CertjEdxuy, no decided case has gone that 
lengtn. Again, suppose a person of liten^y imagina- 
tion to conceive the fable or The Paradise Lost, would 
it be pretended that he could refuse himself to dothe it 
in languiu^, and at the same time prevent every person 
from clothing that fable in language of his own t If 
any such doctrine were attempted to be maintained, 
the result would necessarily be, that, in a sh<nt ^pAce 
of time, all subjects of interest might be monopouaed 
by those who would not take the pains to matoialise 
them ; and there would remain nothing on which the 
labours of the writer or artist could be employed. 
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CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH KNAPPING, Eastwood. Esacx, 
cattle dealer, milkman, and farmer, dealer and chapman, 
Jan. 23 at 1, and Feb. 23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London : Off. Ass. Stansfield; Sol. Chidlej, 1, Guildhall- 
chambers, Basinghall- street, London. — Fiat dated Jan. 11. 

THOMAS CARPENTER DIXON. Gravesend. Kent, oil- 
man, dealer and chapman, Jan. 25 at 12, and Feb. 27 at 

11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Groom; 
Sol. PhUp. 29, Great St. Helens.— Fiat dated Jan. 9. 

JOHN COLES, I^unton, Oxfordshire, baker, dealer and 
chapman, Jan. 27 at I, and March 3 at 12, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Green; Sols. Lawrence & 
Blews, Old Jewry-chambers. — Fiat dated Jan. 11. 

EDWARD WILLIAM HUNT, now of Newgate-market, 
London, rictualler, and formerly of James-st., Paddington, 
Middlesex, slater. Jan. 30 at half-past 12, and Feb. 27 at 

12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Edwards; 
Sol. Vaughan, 69, Lincoln*8-inn -fields.— Fiat dated Jan. 12. 

ZEBULUN LEIGH, Manchester, tea and coffee merchant, 
dealer and chapman, Feb. 1 at 11, and Feb. 16 at 12, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hobson ; 
Sols. Hitchcock, Manchester; Johnson St Co., Temple, 
London. — Fiat dated Jan. 11. 

HORATIO KEMP. Thrcadneedle-st., London, discount 
agent, dealer and chapman, Jan. 27 at 1, and March 3 at 
half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. 
FoUett ; Sol. Chilcote, George-street, Mansion-house.— Fiat 
dated Jan. 15. 

ROBERT WILLIAM HUNTER. Praed-st, Paddington, 
Middlesex, baker, dealer and chapman, Jan. 22 at 12, and 
Feb. 22 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. 
Whitmore; Sol. Knight, 17, Basinghall-street.— Fiat dated 
Jan. 13. 

WILLIAM CHILDERHOUSE the younger, late of Hart- 
land-road, Kentish-town, but now of Montpelier- place, 
Montpelier-square, Brompton, Middlesex, builder, dealer 
and chapman, Jan. 26 at half-past 1, and March 2 at 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Stansfeld ; Sol. 
Gibbon. Great James-st., Bedford-row.— Fiat dated Jan. 15. 

WILLIAM THORNLEY, Ripley, Derbyshire, grocer, Jan. 
26 and Feb. 23 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Not- 
tingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston ; Sol. Ingle, Belper.— Fiat 
dated Jan. 11. 

WILLIAM PARROTT, Leicester, stone mason, dealer and 
chapman, Jan. 26 and Feb. 23 at 1 1 , District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy. Nottingham: Off. Ass. Bittleston; Sols. Dibben, 
Leicester; Bowley. Nottingham. — Fiat dated Jan. 1. 

JOHN JACKSON, Clifford, Herefordshire, farmer and 
cattle dealer, dealer and chapman, Jan. 31 and Feb. 28 at 
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. 
Christie ; Sols. Pugh, Hay, Brecknockshire ; Chaplin, Bir- 
mingham. — Fiat dated Jan. 9. 

HENRY RICHARD BENBOW. Malrem Wells, Worces- 
tershire, veterinary surgeon, dealer and chapman, Jan. 30 
and Feb. 27 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir- 
mingham : Off. Ass. Valpy : Sol. Bloxham, Birmingham. 
—Fiat dated Jan. 12. 

DANIEL BOIT, Bristol, shsrebroker, Jan. 13 and Feb. 27 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. 
Hatton; Sols. Crosby, Bristol; Jay, 15, Serjeant*s-inn, 
Fleet- street, London. — Fiat dated Jan. 12. 

JOHN MENHENITT, Plymouth, Devonshire, builder, Jan. 
25 at 1, and Feb. 20 at 11, Dbtrict Court of Bankruptcy, 
Exeter: Off. Ass. Hernaman; Sols. Kelly, Plymouth; 
Stogdon, Exeter ; Harris, 5. Stone-buildings, Lincolu's-inn, 
London. — Fiat dated Jan. 6. 

ROBERT LODGE, Starbottoro, Kettlewell, West Riding 

. of Yorkshire, miner, dealer and chapman, Jan. 29 and Feb. 
19 at 11, Dbtrict Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. 
Hope; Sols. Watson, Sedbergh ; Bell, Leeds; Bell & Co., 
Bow-churchyard, London. — Fiat dated Jan. 6. 

WILLIAM GARRET, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, bookseller, 
Jan. 24 at half-past 1, and Feb. 22 at 1, District Court of 
Bai^miptey, Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Off. Ass. Baker ; Sols. 
Jobling & ^eming, Newcastle-upon-Tpe ; Birkett & Son, 
3, Cloak-lane, London. — Fiat dated Jan. 4. 

WILLIAM ADAM MASSEY, Liverpool, wood turner and 
dealer in fancy goods, Jan. 29 and Feb. 26 at 11, District 

. Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Cazenove; 
Soli. Brabner, Liverpool ; Chester & Co., Staple-inn, Lon- 
don.— Fitt dated Jan. 9. 



JOHN SERJEANT, otherwise JOHN NEWTON SER- 
JEANT, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, grocer, dealer and 
chapman, Feb. 3 and March 3 at half-past 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Freeman ; Sols. 
Branson & Son, Sheffield ; Moss, Seijeant*8-inn, London. 
—Fiat dated Jan. 4. 

Mbstinos. 
Alexander Hatg, Smith-street, Jubilee-place, Stepney, and 
Essex-st., Cambridge-road, Mile-end, Middlesex, engineer, 
Jan. 27 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex. 
— W. S, Clarke, Dorking, Surrey, printer, Jan. 27 at 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex.— 7\ Rob$<m, Hough- 
ton -le- Spring. Durham, tailor, Feb. 8 at 1, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, last ex. — John 7!loniiais, 
Grosvenor-street. Camberwdl, Surrey, wholesale tea dealer. 
Feb. 9 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac— /as. 
Fabian IVillt, Portsmouth, Southampton, wharfinger, Feb. 
13 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Jot. Hind' 
marth, Liverpool, woollen draper, Feb. 8 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy. Liverpool, aud. ac.—Geor^e AikimM, 
Liverpool, brewer, Feb. 8 at 11, Dbtrict Court of Bankruptcj, 
Liverpool, aud. ac.— Geor^re Bolton, Liverpool, share broker. 
Feb. 8 at 11. District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. 
ac. — Absalom Humphreys, Liverpool, ^oemaker, Feb. 8 nt 
11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liveqiool, aud. ac. — Jokm 
Breakenridge, Liverpool, tailor, Feb. 12 at 12, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac — James Waddell, Liver- 
pool, wine merchant, Feb. 12 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
raptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. — Bduford Christian, Liverpoo!, 
ship smith, Feb. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Li- 
verpool, aud. BC—Robert Roberts, Denbigh, Denbigfasliire, 
innkeeper, Feb. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver- 
pool, and. ac. ; Feb. 12 at 11, CAr.-- Joseph Wennum, Birken- 
head, Cheshire, wine merchant, Feb. 12 at 11, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. — John France Fletcher 
and Henry Fletcher, Over Darwen, near Blackburn, Lan- 
cashire, cotton manufacturers, Feb. 8 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. ; Feb. 9 at 12, div. — Qco, 
Cradock, Darlington, Durham, rope maker, Feb. 8 at balf- 
past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
aud. BC^James Bell, South Shields, Durham, slup broker, 
Feb. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, aud. ac. — Sophy West, widow, Hornchurch, Essex, 
saddler, Feb. 6 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— 
Charles Fred. Smyrk, Lavina-grove, Wharf- road, Middlesex, 
builder, Feb. 9 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— - 
James Roberts, Liverpool, ironmonger, Feb. 12 at 11, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy. Liverpool, div. — Wm. Hignetf, 
Liverpool, tobacconist. Feb. 8 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Liverpool, div. — John Swale Manby, Burnley, Lan- 
cashire, ironmonger, Feb. 9 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Manchester, div. — Wm. B. Briddick, Durham, dealer 
in iron, Feb. 9 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, fin. div. 

CBRTiriCATBS. 

7\) be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or 
be/ore the Day qf Meeting, 
Joseph Colin Fletcher, Trafalgar- road, Greenwich, Kent, 
coal merchant, Feb. 9 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — 
Wm, Collard, Ramsgate. Kent, baker, Feb. 7 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London. — Thomas Williams, Jermyn-street, St. 
James. Westminster, Middlesex, licensed victualler, Fc^. 7 
at 1 1 , Court of Bankruptcy, London. — F. W. M. Collins and 
Alfred Reynolds, Charter-house-square, Aldersgate-street, 
Middlesex, engravers, Feb. 13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcr, 
London. — Henry M. Wells, Ramsgste, Kent, baker, Feb. 
13 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — John Thomum, 
Grosvenor-street, Camberwell, Surrey, wholesale tea dealer, 
Feb. 9 at 11. Court of Bankruptcy, London.— /omef FbMc;i 
Wills, Portsmouth, Southampton, wharfinger, Feb. 13 at 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London. — John Hogg, Walcot, Somer- 
setshire, draper, Feb. 8 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Bristol.— Wm. Couch and John D. Couch, Swansea, Glamor- 
ganshire, sail makers, Feb. 15 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Bristol.— /oAa Bdw. Bacon, Upper RusseU-street, 
Bermondsey, and Maismore -square, NewPeckham, Surrey, 
leather factor, Feb. 9 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— 
Wm. Carpenter, Liverpool, shipowner, Feb. 9 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.— /oAn Ridgway, Liverpooli 
merchant, Feb. 9 at 11, Diitrict Court of Bankniptcy, lifer- 



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pool.— ^^reJ Joktu<m, LiYerpool, licenied rictaaller, Feb. 9 
at 11, District Conrt of Bankruptcy, Lifcrpool.— ^. Powell, 
LdCtle Haj, Sbeostone, Staffordshire, engineer, Feb. 14 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingfaam. — Tko$. Wright, 
Hanley, Staffordshire, tailor, Feb. 10 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Birmingham. — Gtor$e Hardon, Preston, Lan- 
cashire, joiner, Feb. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Bfancbester. 
7c 6e aiiowed by the Viee-ChaMceUor of the High Court of 

Ckaneerf, acting in Bankrmptcg, unlets Cause be skeum to 

the eoM/rary on or b^ore Feb, 6. 

Jmmes B. Murphy, Derby, CKrwer^—Adam Armstrong, 
Salford, Lancashire, ironmonger.— IFm. Tanner and John 
Ward, Leadenball- place and I^eadenhall-market, London, 
leather factors. — Joseph Feeny, Lirerpool, hotel keeper. — 
Oeo. Cowsill, Pitkington, Prestwick-cnm- Oldham, Lancashire, 
calico printer.— 12fcAard V. Furlong, Carobrty, Cheltenham, 
Gloucestershire, wine merchant. —Hfnry Olynn, Liverpool, 
broker. — ^Moift Preston, Wakefield, Yorkshire, surgeon. — 
Henry Buekland, Charies-street, Manchester- sq., Middlesex, 
cabinet maker.— FTw. Tench, Winlaton, Durham, grocer. — 
Oeorge Banks, Lymington, Hampshire, builder. — Nathaniel 
Denton, Gorton, Lancashire, hat manuficturer. — Jas. Carter, 
Swaffham Bolbeck, Cambridgeshire, grocer. — Adam Jessop, 
Dewsbury, Yorkshire, auctioneer. — Betty Crankshawukd Jas, 
Crankshaw, Higher Booths, Whalley, Lancashire, cotton 
spinners. 

Fiat annulled. 

fFm, Mawer, Low Team, near Gateshead, Durham, banker. 

PaETKBRSHIPS DiaSOLYSD. 

Wm. Jacobson and Thos. Phillips, Plymouth, Devonshire, 
attomies, solicitors, and conveyancers. — Edward Bloxome the 
younger and Alfred Jackson, Dursley, Gloucestershire, attor- 
nies at law and solicitors.— -/oA» M. Robinson and Thomas 
Ingram, Leicester, attomies, solicitors, and conveyancers. — 
George Chas, Fletcher and James B, Roberts, Wandsworth, 
Surrey, attomies at law and solicitors. 

Scotch SsaussTRATioNs. 

James Young, WoodMde, near Kilwinning, Ayrshire, grain 
dealer. — John Miller, decMsed, Crieff, yarn dealer. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who haoeftled their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, 

and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from 

Process, 

Henry Henley, Exeter, out of business, Feb. 2 at 10, 
County Court of Devonshire, at Eieter.— JoAn Fojf Warner, 
Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, schoolmsster, Jan. 22 at 12, 
County Court of Staffordshire, at Wolverhampton. — Henry 
Butler, Birmingham, carrier's clerk, Jan. 27 at 2, County 
Conrt of Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— ITf //tarn Shilton, 
Handsworth, Staffordshire, out of business, Jan. 27 at 2, 
County Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham. — Samuel 
Waterfield, Sutton Coldfleld, Warwickshire, bricklayer, Jan. 
27 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham. — 
nos, Tutin the younger, Birmingham, butcher, Jan. 27 at 2, 
County Conrt of Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— /oAa Gray, 
West Derby, Lancashire, nurseryman, Jan. 22 at 10, Liver- 
pool District County Court, at Liverpool.— Geo. Cooper the 
younger, Leading Post-street, Yorkshire, clock maker, Jan. 
25 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Scarbro'.— TAomos 
Wm. Nichols, Lower Tranmere, Cheshire, painter, Jan. 19 at 
10, County Court of Cheshire, at Birkenhead. — John Pea rse 
the younger, Bampton, Devonshire, saddler, Feb. 15 at 10, 
County Court of Devonshire, at Tiverton. — H. Whitworth, 
Bingham, Nottinghamshire, out of business, Feb. 9 at 9, 
County Court of Nottinghamshire, at Bingham. — Chas. Ley 
the younger, Nottingham, cooper, Feb. 8 at 9, County Court 
of Nottinghamshire, at Nottingham.— 7%o#. Edw, Carpenter, 
West Teignroouth, Devonshire, out of business, Jan. 27 at 11, 
County Court of Devonshire, at Newton Abbot. — Maria 
Buxton, widow, Dudley, Worcestershire, licensed victualler, 
Jan. 26 at 3, County Court of Worcestershire, at Dudley. — 
Epophras Seage, Exeter, whitesmith, Feb. 2 at 10, County 
Court of Devonshire, at Elxeter.— /Softer/ Ware, Exeter, out 
of business, Feb. 2 at 10, County Court of Devonshire, at 
Exeter. — George Butler, Dariaston, Staffordshire, beer*shop 
keeper, Jan. 29 at 12, County Court of Staffordshire, at 
'WAatSL—Henry Oresawell, Creech, St. Michael, Somerset- 
shire, derk, Feb. 8 at 10, County Court of Somersetshire, at 
Tna^OQ. — JUeh. KelmU, Bunlem, Staffbrdshire, fishmonger, 



Jan. 25 at 10, County Court of Staffordshhre, at Hanley.-^ 
John Thos, K. Sloan, Manchester, comedian, Jan. 26 at 11, 
County Court of Lancashire, at Manchester. — Ralph Lomas, 
Manchester, retail beer seller, Jan. 26 at 11, County Court of 
Lancashire, at Manchester. 

I'he following Persons, who, on their several Petitions /tied in 

the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection 
from Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter 

mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugai^treet, lAn- 

coin's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 

according to the Statute: — 

Jan. ZO at II, before the Chiif Commissionee. 

Robert Hicks the younger, Lower Belgrave-st., Eaton-sq., 
Pimlico, Middlesex, clerk in the Stamp-office, Somerset- 
house. — Daniel Ford, Macdesfield-street South, City-road, 
Middlesex, watch movement maker. 

Jan, 30 a/ 11, before Mr, Commissioner Haeeis. 

John Marchant, White-st., Bethnal-green-road, Middlesex, 
silk manuficturer. 

Jan, 30 at 10, btfore Mr, Commissioner Law. 
Adjourned, 

John H, Whiteman, Great Queen-st., Lincoln's-inn-fieldi, 
Middlesex, engraver. 

Feb, 1 fll 11, b^ore the Chief CoMMitEiOMsk. 

Iheophilus Forster, Crocier-street, Stangate, Lambeth, 
Surrey, comedian. 

Feb. \ atW, before Mr, Commissioner Phillips. 

Stephen B, Stapleton the elder, Road-side North, Mile- 
end-rosd, Middlesex, tin plate worker.— Jtfar/m Jackson, 
Edwards-place Nursery, Kensington, nurseryman. 

Feb, 1 fll 10, ^^ore Mr, Commissioner Law. 

Nicholas Dunstan, Augustus-st., Regent's-park, Middlesex, 
omnibus conductor.— G. Skellem, Meard's-oourt, Wardour- 
street, Soho, Middlesex, tailor. 

Saturday, Jan, 13. 
The following Assignees have been appointed. Further par- 

tieulars may be learned at the Qfice, in Portugal-st,, I^n* 

eoln'S'inn'ftelds, on giving the Number qf the Case, 

John Copland, Great Dunham, Norfolk, miller, No. 70,304 
C. ; George Jay, assignee. — Thowtas Sheath, Birmingham, 
currier, No. 69,957 C. ; Henry Branscombe, assignee. — Geo, 
Duckworth, Saint Helen's, Lancashire, stone mason. No. 
70,410 C. ; Robert Brunskill, assignee.— ^Jmt. Tqft, North, 
ampton, statuary mason, No. 70,316 C. ; Henry Billington 
Whitworth, assignee. 

8a4urday, Jan. 13. 

Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignii 

the Estates and Efects qf the following Persons :'^ 

COn their own Petitions), 

Geo, Cocks, High-street, Wandsworth, Surrey, grocer : in 
the Queen's Prison.— /fe}if3f Jenkins, Pond-lane, Clapton, 
Middlesex, not in any trade or profession : in the Queen's 
Prison.— /oA» Myers, Baldwin-street, City-road, Middlesex, 
cigar dealer: in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid- 
dlesex.- fTfii. Deal, Henry* St., PentonvUle, Middlesex, watch 
maker: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. 
— Robert Gill, Dove-place, Goldsmith -row. Hackney-road, 
Middlesex, general shopkeeper: in the Debtors Prison for 
London and Middlesex. — Edward L, Isaacs, Great Presoott* 
street, Goodman 's-fields, Middlesex, watch maker: in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. — Wo{f Shriener, 
Duke. St., Grosvenor-square, Middlesex, dealer in curiosities : 
in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— 'iSom. W, 
Nathan, Bishopsgate-street-without, London, cane merchant : 
in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— /fenry 
Crowther, Hanrow-rd., Paddington, Middlesex, cabinet maker: 
in the Queen's Prison. — Hen, James Story, Northumberland- 
court, Saint Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex, in 
no trade or profession : in the Queen's Prison.^-^SSam. Leneh 
the younger, Liverpool-st., London, japanner : in the Queen's 
Prison. — Edwin J, Kempster, Addington-square, Camberwell, 
Surrey, carpenter : in the Gaol of Horsemonger-lane. — John 
Jones, Treoegar Iron Works, Monmouthshire, labourer : in 
the Gaol of Monmouth. — Johann Henrich Schiitt^ Plymouth, 
Devonshire, commercial traveller : in the Gaol of St. Thomas 
the Apostle. — Wm, Bailey, Salford, Lancashire, retail deder 
in ale : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— FFm. Ch^ham, Liverpool, 
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Cookcroft, Blaokbom, Lancashiro, hatter: in the Gaol of 
Lancaoter.— S'amtft/ Pugh, Laauaaa-ftreet, CanDarthenshire, 
tfiddler : in the Gaol of Carmartheo.— G«o. Bennttt, Privett, 
Sonthamptonahire, tailor : in the Gaol of Winchester.— Wm, 
Braeewell, Lanshan-bridge, near Colne, Lancaahire, butter 
&ctor : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Wm. Chawner, Birming- 
ham, out of business : in the Gaol of Coventry, — Nickola$ A. 
JhUntia, Brighton, Sossex, confectioner : in the Gaol of Lewes. 
— Cftoff. D. Hope, Manchester, general agent : in the Gaol of 
Lancaster. — T%mothy Mamchetler, Bickerstaffe, near Orms- 
kirk, Lancashire, publican : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — John 
SAutt, Woodside, Birkenhead, near Li?erpool, lodging-house 
keeper : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Thomas T^eaJkiton, Azer- 
ley, near Ripon, Yorkshire, fturmer : in the Gaol of York. — 
jd&vid Williams, Liverpool, publican : in the Graol of Lan- 
caster. — Hugh Boyd, kiAmd, Manchester, engraver : in the 
Gaol of Lancaster. — Thomas Bradthaw, Manchester, licensed 
victualler : in the Qmol of Lancaster. — Jos, Clegg, Lancaster, 
licensed victualler: in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Wm. France, 
Preston, Lancashire, provision shopkeeper: in the Gaol of 
Lancaster. — Oso. Pinch the younger, Saint Stephens, Bran- 
well, Cornwall, innkeeper t in the Gaol of Bodmin. — George 
Waitf Warwick, grazier : in the Gaol of Warwick. 

T^e following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before 

the Court, in Portugui^street, to bO'etcammed and dealt 

miih according to the Statute:^ 

Jan, 30 at 10, b^ore Mr. Commissioner Law. 

George Smsed, Saint Andrew's-hill, Doctor's-oommons, 
Laodon, ticenaad victnaller. 

Jan, 31 at 10» b^fbre Mr, Ommisskmer Law. 

Solomon Marks, Chnect Preaoott-street, Goodman's-flelds, 
Middlesex, print adkr* 
7%e /bllowing Prisoners are ordered to be brought up b^brs 

a Judge qf the County Court, to be examined and dealt 

with according to the Statute : — 
At the CountyCourt qf Devonshire, at the Castlk q/^xktkr. 
Feb. 2 at 10. 

Amry Drury^ Plymouth, lieutenant in her Majesty's Royal 
Marinea. — John C Heathman, Plymouth, paymaster in her 
Migcity's Royal Navy, on half-pay .^/oAii Matthews, Babbi- 
ooMbOi Tormoham, mason. 

Feb. 16, at the same hour and place. 

Johamn Heinrich Sekiitt, Plymouth, out of business. 
At the Qnmty Court qf Carmarthenshire, at Carmarthen, 
Jan, 29 at 10. 

Sam. Pugh, Carmarthen, saddler. 
At the County Court qf SowtereetsMre, at Tavvtoh, Feb. 8. 

CoUhmrst Batsman, Weaton- super-mare, in no way of bus!- 
jnesa.— Thos. W. Bush, Charmouth, near Lyme Regis, in no 
way of business.— C^. G. O'Brien, Ditch Farm, Stringston, 
near Stowey, firmer. 

iMtOLYBirr DSBTORS' DlYIDElfDS. 

James Hamilton, Devonshire-terrace, Stepney, Middlesex, 
chief mate in the East India Company's Service : Zs. 9d., 
(mslkiDg 20t. in the pound).— fFO/MMi Oastler, North Allerton, 
Yorkshire, surgeon : As. i^., (making 16ff. 1^. in the pound^. 
^-John Moss, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, labourer : 9s. bd. m 
the pound.— rAoa. S. Dames, South Charlton, Kent, mathe- 
matical master in the Military Academy at Woolwich : is.lOd. 
in the pound.— litcA. Hailwood, Hulme, Manoheater, grocer : 
la. 5^ in the pound. — Morris Paddon, Albany-road, Cam- 
beffwU, Surrey, clerk in the General Poat Office : bs. IQd. in 
^poud. 

Apply at the Provisional Assignee's QficSf Portugal'Street, 
Usseoin's^imufislds, London, between the hours 4^ 10 and 1. 

FRIDAY, January 19. 
BANKRUPTS. 

JAMES CRISP the younger, Beodes, Suffolk, com, coal, 
and seed merchant, dealer and chapman, Jan. 31 and Mardi 
1 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. John* 
ion; Sols. Beckwith & Co., Norwich; Clarke & Co., 
Lincoln'a.inn-fielda, London.— Fiat dated Jan. 11. 

JAMES CONNELL, StanUby-road, East India-road, Pop. 
lar, Middleaez, timber merchant, Jan. 27 at 12, and March 
1 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Aas. Cannan; 
SoL Taylor, 17, Pavemeot, Flnabnry-iqiaare.— Hat dated 
Jan. 17. 



JOHN GAMBLE, Whiteeroas-street, St. Luke's, Middle- 
sex, licensed victualler, Jan. 25 at 12, and March 5 at 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Turquand ; S(d. 
Martineau, Raymond -buildings, Gray's-inn, Londioii.— 
Fiat dated Jan. 15. 
RICHARD FOX, Derby, atock and share dealer, dealer and 
chapman, Feb. 2 and March 9 at 1 1 , District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Nottingham : Off. Ass. Bittletton ; Sols. Perry & 
Smith, Nottindbam. — Fiat dated Jan. 9. 
DANIEL BOIT, Bristol, sharebroker, Jan. 30 and Feb. 27 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off*. Ass. 
Hutton ; Sols. Crosby, Bristol ; Jay, 15, Seijeantt-inn, 
Fleet-street, London.— Fiat dated Jan. 12. 
CHARLES MADDOX the elder, Llangwin, Monmouth- 
shire, wood and timber dealer, dealer and chapman, Fd>. 1 
and March 1 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol : 
Off. Ass. Miller ; Sols. Sabine, Bristol ; Trehem & White, 
London. — Fiat dated Jan. 11. 
CHARLES REEVES, Bath, Somersetshire, marble mason 
and statuary, dealer and chapman, Jan. 30 and Feb. 27 at 
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off: Ass. 
Acraman ; Sols. Skorray, Bath ; G. & C. Smith, South- 
ampton-buildings. — Rat dated Jan. 16. 
JOHN HOLLEY, Norton Saint Philip, Somersetshire, 
miller, dealer and chapman, Jan. 30 and Feb. 27 at 11, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Miller ; 
Sols. Abbot, Bristol; Jones & Blazland, Crosby-square. 
— Fiat dated Jan. 16. 
JOSEPH REES PRICE, Aberdare Iron-works, Glamor- 
ganshire, druggist, stationer, and bookbinder, dealer and 
chapman, Feb. 5 and March 5 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Hutton ; Sol. Phillpotts, 
Cardiff.— Fiat dated Jan. 16. 
EDWARD BURNELL the younger, Hanham, Bitton, Glou- 
cestershire, cattle and sheep dealer, dealer and chapman, 
Feb. 1 at half-past 11, and March 1 at 11, District Court 
of Bankruptqr, Bristol : Off. Ass. Acraman ; Sola. Taddy, 
Bristol ; Clark & Co., Lincoln 's-inn-fields, London. — Fiat 
dated Jan. 16. 
JAIRUS JOEL CARTWRIGHT, Wakefield, Yorkshire, 
com merchant, dealer and diapman, Feb. 5 and 26 at 11 > 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ; 
Sols. Witham, Wakefield; Courtenay, Leeds; Clarke, 
Southampton-buildings, London. — Fiat dated Jan. 16. 
JOSEPH HOLT, Eccleston, near St. Helen's, Lancaahiie, 
provision dealer, dealer and chapman, Feb. 2 and 23 at 11, 
Diitrkt Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool : Off. Asa. Tur- 
ner; Sols. Green, Liverpool; Gregory & Co., Bedford- 
row, London. — fiat dated Jan. 12. 
JAMES KYRKE, Glascoed, Denbighshure, lime burner, 
dealer and chapman, Jan. 31 and Feb. 21 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Morgan ; Sols. 
James & Owen, Wrexham ; Evans & Son, Liverpool ; Rai- 
mondi & Tagart, Linooln's-inn-fields, London.— Fiat dated 
Jan. 15. 
EDMUND GRUNDY, Great Bolton, Lancashire, grocer, 
tea and provision dealer, dealer and chapman, Feb. 2 and 
22 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester: 0£ 
Ass. Hobson; Sols. Richardaon & Marsland, Bolton; 
Wood, 43, Linoobi's-inn, London. — Fiat dated Jan. 12. 

Mbstinos. 
Thos. Mannington, Brighton, Sussex, tobacconist, Feb. 9 
at 1 1, Court of Bankmptcv, London, and. ac. — Hen. Rogers, 
Southampton, draper, Feb. 9 at 12, Court of Bankruptcyf 
London, aud. ac. — Wm. B, H. Quillaume, Botley, South- 
ampton, timber merchant, Feb. 12 at half-past 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London. — Charles Allen, St. Ives, Cornwall, 
ironmonger, Feb. 13 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcyi 
Exeter, aud. ac. — Chas, Warren, TeignmouUi, Devonshixei 
wine merchant, Feb. 13 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcyi 
Exeter, aud. ac — Solomon Flatow, Leeds, Yorkshire, jeweller, 
Feb. 12 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac 
— Robert Macoun, Bolton, Lancashire, cotton spinner, Feb. 

12 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Mancheater, and. ac; 
Feb. 13 at 12, div.— ITsm. Knight, Manchester, share broker, 
Feb. 12 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, 
and. ac; Feb. 13 at 12, div.— T^lot. Wrigiey, Hali&x, York- 
ahire, ailk waate npinner, Feb. 12 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac; Feb. 13 at 12, div.— /«>• 
Jackson Ferens and Robinson Fsrens, Durham, drapers, Feb. 

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LONDON, JANUARY 27, 1849. 

SsYssAL qnesUons hare ariaen on the construction 
of the pToyiso in Lord Denman'a Act, (6 & 7 Vict. 
c. 85), whereby it is declared, that parties to any suit 
•* in^Yidnally named in the record," or persons " in 
whose immediate and indiyidaal behalf any action may 
be brought or defended, either wholly or in part," are 
not to he rendered competent by the operation of the 
statute. 

With regard to the first branch of this proviso, it 
has been decided, that a prochein amy is not ^ a party 
to the suit, individnally named in the record;" and, 
therefore, that he is a competent witness for the plaintiff, 
as the remaining objection, on the ground of interest by 
his liability for the costs, is taken away by the enacting 
clauae of the statute. {Sinelair v. Sinelairy 13 Mee. & 
W. 640). A prochein amy is simply a party appointed 
by the Conrt to look after the' interests of the infant 
and to manage the;mit for him. He has a control over 
the causoy and is liable for the costs; but, in other 
refi^isetfl, he resembles the attorney for the party to the 
cause. The admissions pf a prochein amy or guardian 
are not evidence against the infant plaintiff or defend- 
ant; {Egglettm v. Speke^ 3 Mod. 258; Cowling v. Ely^ 
2 Stark. N. P. C. 366 ; WM v. Smithy Ry. & M. 106); 
which is an additional proof, if any were required, of 
the absence of that identity of interest which prevails 
among co-plainti£f8 or co-defendants. The relation ex- 
isting between a prochein amy and his infant client 
was fuUy. considered in the case of Morga/n v. Thome, 
(7Mee;&W.«lb). 

The test of a i^tness being a person ^ in whose im- 
mediate or individual behalf the action is brought or 
defended" appears to be, would his declarations be re- 

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ceivable against the party on whose behalf he is called 
to give evidence 1 On the trial of an action for money, 
had and received, it appeared that the plaintiff, after 
having deposited an omnibus with the defendant (an 
auctioneer) for sale, sold it to a man named Smith. 
The defendant, however, on the next day, sold it by 
auction to another party for a higher price ; and the 
plaintiff sought to recover this sum from him. On the 
other hand. Smith claimed the money; and he, being 
called as a witness for the defendant, said on the voir 
dire, '< I indemnified the defendant: the defendant said 
at first he would defend the action; I said, 'I will 
share the loss.' " His evidence was held to be admis- 
sible. {^Sage v. Robinson, 12 Jur. 1054). Parke, B., 
observed, ^* In order to shew this witness incompetent 
I think you must make out that he has such a joint 
interest in the subject-matter of the action as would 
render declarations of his, evidence against the defend- 
ant. Now, certainly, since the 6 & 7 Vict. c. 85, the 
merely giving an indemnity against costs does not 
identify a man with an action so as to let in his declar- 
ations ; and the question, therefore, is, has there been 
an agreement between this witness and the defendant 
jointly to employ the attorney and defend this action V 
Another tost, mentioned by Pollock, C. B., was, whe- 
ther, under the old law, the witness would have re- 
quired a release to make him competent? If he would^ 
the object of the statute was to render him competent 
without the expense of a release. The following was 
also suggested in aigument as a test: — Would the wit- 
ness be immediafely affected by the verdict? If he 
would not, and another suit would be required to be 
instituted to render him liable in consequence of the 
verdict, he should be admitted as a witness. In ac- 
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rection to accumulate fb^ more than the life of Uife 
grantor, or twenty^one years idter wards, woidd not, xm 
the equity of the statute^ be iiHiolly voM, butx>niy toe 
the extent to which the statute says a seMIor sihail not 
settle so as to aocumulatek But the latter paa*t t>f the 
clause seems framed expressly to prevent all doubt, 
by directing, "that, in every case where any accu- 
mul^tiftn slu^ be directed otherwise than as a£sre- 
said, such directions shall be null and void, and the 
rents, issues, profits, and produce of such property so 
directed to be accumulated shall, so long as the same 
shall be directed to be accumulated, contrary to the 
provisions of this act, go to, and be received by, such per- 
son or persons as would have been entitled thereto if such 
accumulation had not been directed." Now, as the act 
expressly permits accumulation for one of two periods, > 
namely, the life of the grantor, or twenty-one yeans I 
afterwards, the clause above cited can only mean to 
direct the destination of the funds directed to be ac- 
cumulated, for the excess beyond either of those periods ; 
because the accumulations are only to go away from 
the persons designated, so long as they are directed to 
be accumulated contrary to the provisions of the sta- 
tute ; and so far as the direction operates to produce 
accumulation for either of the periods mentioned, it is 
not a direction to accumulate contrary to the provisions 
of the statute, and is excepted out of the latter part of 
the 1st section. Nevertheless, however clear the con- 
struction of a statute may appear, it is always satis- 
factory in practice that it should rest upon express 
authority, and that is now furnished by the case above 
referred to. 

GENTLEMEN CALLED TO THE BAR. 

The following Grentlemen have been called to the de- 
gree of Barrister at Law : — 

Lincoln's Inn, Jan, 30. — James Keene Hawkins, 
Esq. : Joshua Toulmin Smith, Esq. ; George Williams 
Leech, Esq. ; Francis Williams Clarke, Esq. ; James 
Wilberforce Stephen, Esq; ; Henry Kennedy, Esq. 

Inner Tkmplb. — George R. Clarke, Esq.; James 
Stansfield, Esq.; John Spencer, Esq.; Eomund H. 
Dickinson, Esq. ; Charles tlohn Bunyon, Esq. ; Charles 
Riley, Esq.; William Henry Smyth, Esq.; Edward 
Sykes, Esq.; Robert B. Mansfield, Esq.; Alfred Ha- 
milton, Esq.; Augustus F. Boyce, Esq.; Henry D. 
Macleod, Esq. ; Frederick Peel, Esq. 

Middle Temple. — George Tennant, Esq. ; John Jer- 
vis, Esq. ; William Tapping, Esq. ; Greorge Frederick 
Speke, E^.; Charles Chandos Pole, Esq.; Thomas 
Harrison, Esq.; John Grerman, Esq.; Jonn Brewer, 
Esq.; John oflver Surtees, Esq.; Reginald Fowler, 
Esq.; George Pearson Wilkinson, Esq. ; JohnCorsbie, 
Esq. ; John Charles Frederick Sieismund Day, Esq. ; 
Charles Edward Hawkins, Esq. ; Francis Halhed, Esq. 

Ghat's Inn, Jan. 24. — James Fallon, Esq. Jan. 90. 
— Frederick James Fumivall, Esq. 



The Ri^ht Hon. Sir Thomas Wilde, Knt., Lord 
Chief Justice of her Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, 
at Westminster, has appomted Edwin Ball, Grent., of 
Pershore, Worcestershire, to be one of the Perpetual 
Commissioners for taking the acknowledgments ot deeds 
to be executed by married women, in and for the 
county of Worcester, also in Mid for the coimtieB of 
Warwick and Gloucester. 
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* ON THE WiULTOE MANDAMUS. 

(Skmtimu^fiwifV&l. 19, p. 531). 
W4iere several cassee retonwd are inconsistent, the 
whole is bad. {Rex t. Cambridge, 2 T. R. 450; S. P., 
Rex V. Yorky 5 T. R. 66). It is inconsistent to state, in 
a return to a mandamus, (to certify the election of a 
recorder, supposed, in the writ, to be on the 16th Ja- 
nuary), that the corporation were not then duly assem- 
bled ; and afterwards to state the election of another 
corporate officer, to wit, on the 15th January. The 
day in such case is material ; and then its being laid 
under a videlicet does not make any difference. (Bex 
V. Yorky 5 T. R. 66). A return to such a mandamus, 
that the corporation were not duly assembled to proceed 
to the election of a recorder, is bad, because it contains 
a negative pregnant. Where the writ sets forth all the 
proceedings of the election, concluding **by reason 
whereof A. was elected," it is a bad return to say that 
he was not elected : the proper course would be for the 
defendant to traverse one of the facts alleged. (lb.) 
The return must deny the substance of the vrrit, and 
not the words only, or it will be bad. A return to a 
mandamus to restore, that the prosecutor was not duly 
elected, admitted, and sworn, was held ill. {Rex v. 
Lyme Regis^ Doug. 79). Repugnancy in a return will 
vitiate it ; therefore a return which first admits an elec- 
tion, and then avoids it by stating that there was no 
election at all, is bad. {Rex v. Nwrwiehy 2 Salk. 436; 
Reg, V. Old HaU Manor, 10 Adol. & Ell. 248). So 
will an argum^itative return. {Rex v. Hereford^ 6 
Mod. 309; R^ v. Rames, 3 Salk. 233). To a manr 
damns to restore the under-schoolmaster of a granmiar- 
school, a return that the party had never takrai the 
oaths appointed to be taken without specifying them, 
is bad, for non constat they are illegal. {Rex v. Mor- 
peth BaUijfe, 1 Str» 58). If a custom to remove ad 
libitum be returned~5y~way of recital only, it will be 
bad. {Rex v. Coventry, 2 Salk. 430). It must appear 
positively. If the return do state that the party was 
summoned, it will be bad. {Rex v. Gaskm, 8 T. B. 
209). So, where the return sets out the oanse of a 
motion to be non-attendance at corpOTate meetings for 
the purpose of electing officers, it must be shewn that 
the attendance of the party amoved was requisite, and 
that he had a right to concur and take part in the elec- 
tion, and ought to have obeyed the summons, other^ 
wise it will be bad. {Rex v. Lyme Regie, Doug. 168). 
To a mandamus to restore to the place of aldemuuiy 
if the return do not set forth a total desertion from- the 
place of which the party was amoved, it will be bad* 
(Rex y. The Corporation of Leicester,^ Burt. 20G7). It 
should appear upon the return that the body removing 
had proved the charge for which the member was le- 
moved : it is not sufficient to state merely that he was 
present when the charge was made, and did not deny it. 
{Rex V. Favenham, 8 T. R. 209). To a mandamus to 
swear in churchwardens, a return of lis pendens is bad, 
though accompanied with very special cireumsteiiees* 
{Rex V. Barrie, 1 Bl. Rep. 430; S. C, 3 Burr. 14^0). 
Where a charter of incorporation directed that those 
entitled to be burgesses should make appKoation to the 
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andat no aiher time, and then moke due and legal 
proof of thair qualifioaiionB; and A« and B., claiming to 
hm admitted baiyowMi mide application to the mayor 
and commonalty on the duffter-day, and offered to 
make due and legal proof of their qoalificationa, bat 
their applications were not heard nor proofii received^ 
on account of the time haying been spent in other bnsi- 
neea ; a return to a mandamus to the mayor and com- 
monalty to enter an adjournment to a subsequent day, 
to reeeiye and examine the qualifications of the candi- 
datesy '^that it was impossible for A. and B., before the 
expiration of the charter-day, to make due and legal 
proo^ &c^ according to the intent of the charter, by 
reason of the day being consumed in the necessary 
bnainesB of the borough, and that the mayor and com- 
monalty were not authorised to hear such proof on any 
other day than the charter-day," &c., was held bad. 
(JUz T. Carwutrtkm^ 1 M. & S. 697). To a mandamus 
to swear A. and B. churchwardens, non fuit debito 
modo elect is a bad return. {Re^. y. Tiaitty, 2 Salk. 
438 ; lUg. y. Onmy 2 Lord Raym. 1008). So, a return 
to a mandamus commanding defendant to take upon 
himself the office of common-councilman of the borough 
of Leicester, ** that, by a bye-law, persons refusing to 
fill that office are subject to a certain fine, and that de- 
fendant had paid the fine," was holden insufficient, be- 
cause it omitted to state that the fine was in lieu of 
aenriee. (Rex y. Bawa\ 1 B. & C. 685). So, a return 
stating ft^ excuse tor not oompij»«s .•••"• f^»*"|"^*j 
writ of mandamns is bad and inadmiswble, no return 
to a peremptory mandamus being under any circum- 
stances receiYable. {R^. y. Poole, 1 G. & D. 728; 
S. C, nom. Beg. ▼. Ledpard, 1 Adol. & EU., N. S., 
616). A return to a mandamus denying the matters 
ofthewritwithaprotestandoisUl. {Rexy.TkeBHM 
Dock Compan^y 9 D. & R. 609 ; S. C, 6 B. & C. 181) 
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naken, Feb. 22 «t 1, Court of Bankniptcy, London, diT.— 
€9109. /«. HanmeTf Upper Lawn, Shropshire, cattle dealer, 
Feb. 20 at 10, District Court of Bankniptcy, Birmingham, 
and. ac. ; Feb. 27 at 10, diT.— /oAii Hind and R. WarMek, 
Liverpool, curriers, Feb. 21 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Liverpool, di9.^Niehola$ Broum, Hexham, North- 
umberland, timber merchant, Feb. 22 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, div. 

CSBTIFICATBS. 

7b ie allowed, ufOeu Catue be ehewn U ike eimirmy on or 
b^bre the Dtty qf Meeting. 
Tkomas /. Crogffon, Ingram-court, Fenchurch-et., London, 
commission agent, Feb. 22 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don.— fTm. S, Martin, Brighton, Sussex, brush maker, Feb. 
21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, hcmdon,— Blades Pallieter, 
Gravescnd, Kent, innkeeper, Feb. 21 at 12, Court of Bank- 
niptcy, London.— /flmet Brown Firmin, Little Chesterford, 
Essex, Ume burner, Feb. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London.— /oJIn Dallinger, Wickham-market, Suffolk, broker, 
Feb. 22 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— PV-erf. Clark, 
Bentlnck-street, Middlesex, auctioneer, Feb. 21 at 1, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London.— Robert Swan, Winchmore-hill, Mid- 
dlesex, dealer in cattle, Feb. 22 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London. — Edward Tueher, Nicholas-lane, London, dealer in 
shares, Feb. 22 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — Nick, 
Brown, Hexham, Northumberland, timber merchant, Feb. 22 
at 12, District Court of Bankniptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
— H. Dadet, Cwn Tawr, Y^tradgunlais, Brecknockshire, inn- 
keeper, Feb. 23 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. 
— /. Lord, Crawshaw Booth, Lancashire, cotton manufacturer, 
Feb. 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.— 
Oeorge Ratford, Alfreton, Derbyshire, builder, Feb. 26 at 
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. — ^zSlTSUtZ 
Blilrg, ftril!«5per, Feb. 21 lit half-past 10, DisSS Court of 
Bankruptcy, Kingston-upon-HuU.— H«^* Kennedy, Taunton, 
Somersetshire, draper, Feb. 27 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Exeter.— 7Aot. N, Heyward, Torquay, Devonshire, 
grocer, Feb. 27 at 11, District Court of Bankrupt<7^, Exeter. 
Jamee Crocker, Sherborne, Dorsetshire, mnkeeper, Feb. 27 at 
11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter. 

To be allowed by the Vice- Chancellor qf the High Court ttf 

Chancery, acting in Bankruptcy, unlese Cauee be ehewn to 

the contrary on or before Feb. 20. 

Jaeon Pigg, Fulboum, Cambridge, grocer.— /amet Foeter, 
Wilson-st., Finsbury, Middlesex, fringe manufacturer. — Geo. 
Browne. Twynin^f Gloucestershire, wharfinger. — /. Battle, 
Brith, Kent, licensed yiciuaUer.— /oAn Atkine, West Cowes, 
Isle of Wight, Hampshire, wine merdiant.— /ame» Brown, 
Cold Harbour>lane, East Brixton, Surrey, builder.— Afa//Aev 
Warren, Macclesfield, Cheshire, silk dyer. — George Wood, 
John W. Little, John C. Spender, Wm. Brunton, and Joseph 
Rusher, Abchurch-lane, London, and Maesteg, Glamorgan- 
shire, iron manufacturers. — Sam. Barrow, Hulme, Lancashire, 
plasterer. — Meshach Sheen, Lower Marsh, Lambeth, Surrey, 
potato merdiant.— FTiN. Aldred, George-street, New Kent- 
road, Surrey, builder.— CAa«. Smith, Burwood-house, Avenue- 
road, St. JohnVwood, Middlesex, builder.— IT. Drinkwater, 
Liverpool, draper.— /bf. /. Winstanley, King William-str«et, 
London, hosier.^/aiii«f Ingram, Liverpool, merchant.— £feii. 
Nicholls, Eastham, innkeeper, and.TAof. iErti/tar,,Birkenhead, 
Cheshire, scrivener. 

Fiat aknullbd. 

Thomas Uvesley, Liverpool, hotel keeper. 
Partnership Dimsolyed. 

Northmore Herle Pierce Lawrence and Samuel Rowles 
Pattison, Launceston, Cornwall, attomies at law, (trading 
under the firm of Lawrence & Pattison). 

Scotch Sb^urstrations. 

Thomas MFeat, Glasgow, spirit merchant.— Geo. Ferrier, 
Edinburgh, bookseller.— ^ancw William Loban, Inverness, 
brewer. — John Durward, Edinburgh, commission merchant. 
-^Robert Muir, Vogrie, doctor of medicme. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who haee filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, 
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from 
Process. 

Jolf I^ewberryf Spuft Perrott, Dorsetshire, yeoman, Feb. 



13 at 2, County Court of Somersetshire, at Cwwkcnie.— **r. 
Bvans, Sam-mill, Flintshire, miller, Feb. 6 at 11, CiNiuly 
Court of Flintshire, at Holywell.— JDartil Morris, liveiipool,. 
butcher, Feb. 5 at 10, Liverpool Distriot County CMfty-at 
Liverpool.— C!l«. Goot^eUow, Andover, Southampton, aomh 
wheelwright, Feb. 20 at 11, County Court of Hampddrfr, at 
Andover.— J«mef Copley, Ashton-under-Lyne, LancMhire^ 
shopkeeper, Feb. 1 at 10, County Court of L a nc a sh i r e, at 
Ashton-under-Lyne.— /ames Carter, Stotteeden, Shropshirer 
wood ranger, Feb. 16 at 10, County Court of Shrooshire, at 
Cleobury Mortimer.— 5'amiie/ Toud, Wem, Shropshire, dyer^ 
Feb. 12 at 12, County Court of Shropshire, at Wem.— John 
Chas. Hibbard, Hilperton, Wiltshire, butcher, Feb. 9 at 12, 
County Court of Wiltshire, at Trowbridge.— /o*» Stoma, St» 
Issey, Cornwall, butcher, Feb. 17 at 12, County Court of 
Cornwall, at St. Colomb Major.— B/itAfl Crossley, Otiey^ 
Yorkshire, joiner, Feb. 19 at 11, County Court of Yorkshirer 
at Otley. —ITm. T^ut, Neath, Glamorganshire, grooer,^ Feb, 
14 at 10, County Court of Glamorganshire, at Neath. — Hewy 
Bevan, Penrh wtyne, Neath, Glamorganshire, Uccnsed viotualler, 
Feb. 14 at 10. County Court of Glamorganshire, at Noat^^ 
Isabella Cowling, widow, Silsden, Kildwick, Yorkshire, small 
farmer, Feb. 21 at 11, County Court of Yorkshire, at Kei^- 
ler.— ^m. Taunton, Coventry, appraiser, Feb. 24 at 10^ 
County Court of Warwickshire, at Coventry.— Dairirf HaosaU 
Miles, Coventry, Warwickshire, ribbon weaver, Fd>. 24 at 10,. 
County Court of Warwickshhre, at Coventry.— ITm. Lok, 
Bulkington, Warwickshire, out of business, Feb. 22 at 10, 
County Court of Warwickshire, at Nuneaton.— Geotye Routk 
Howard, Hameringham, Lincolnshire, derk, March 8 at W, 
County Court of Lincolnshire, at Homcastle.— /2«(p* Lomas, 
Manchester, reUU beer seller, Feb. 9 at 1, County Court of 
Lancashire, at Manchester. 

>^^^.«.rw»^ Mr. ,. ,,K ^ . ^Ha ihrn^mmtM^Jti PeUthno/Uod MS 

the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Pr^iottion 
from Process, are required to appear m Court as herein^ 
after mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal^aireet^ 
Lincoln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 
according to the Statute: — 

Feb. 13 a/ 11, btfore the Chibf Commissioner. 
Hannibal Gardner, Red Lion-st., Clerkenwell, Middloeex,^ 
clerk to a law stationer.— /o An Beavan, New Oxford- street, 
Holbom, Middlesex, hair dresser.— /oAn C. Webb, Hoknea- 
terrace, Kentish-town, and Cursitor-street, Chancery-lane, 
MiddlcNMX, bookseller. 

Feb. 13 a/ 11, befbre Mr. C&mmiseioner HikBRis. 

Chaa. Jackson, London-st., Greenwich, Kent, shoemaker. 
-^mRobert Rule, Leschalles-place, Broad-st., St. Giles, Mid- 
Hlesex, out of business. — Hen. T, Stannenutt, Union-strcet, 
Southwark, Surrey, barman to a beer-shop keeper. — Jamee 
Mortimer, Stanley- pi., Paddington-green, Paddington,^Bfid- 
dlesex, builder's clerk. 

Feb, 13 «< 10, brfore Mr. Commissioner Law. 
The Rev. Grainger L. Thwers, Burwash, Sussex, deric^^ 
— Edward Bray, Saiisbury-st., Agar- town, near Oamden- 
town, Middlesex, oowkeeper. 

Feb. lb at II, brfore the Chibf Commissioner. 
Luke Cherry, Ernest-street, Regent's-park, Middlesex, 
carpenter. 

Feb. 15 a/ 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phuxips. 
George Pugh, Singlegate, Merton, Surrey, block cutter. — 
Charles Binyon, King-street, Haggerston, Middlesex,^ mill, 
board box maker. 

Saturday, Jan. 27. 
The following Assignees have been appointed. Further par- 
ticulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st., Lin' 
coln'S'inn-fields, on giving the Number qf the Case. 
James Gaston, Epsord, Surrey, whitesmith. No. 60,357 C.j 
George Rich, assignee. — Wm. Jones, Pantyodin, Glamofgao- 
shire, publican. No. 70,150 C; John Jones, assignee.— JaNMt 
Stott, Oldham, Lancashire, provision shopkeeper. No. 70,386 
C; Joseph Dobell, assignee.— /)afit>/ Cole, Droitwich, Wor- 
cestershire, beer-house keeper. No. 69,402 C.; George Finoh» 
assignee.— jBo*^ Boardman, Manchester, broker. No. 70,446 
C; Wm, Mycock, assignee.- DawVf Jos. Henry, Liveipool, 
civil engineer, No. 70,461 C; James Whitham, assignee.— 
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ro«d, Mile^end, Middleiex, engineer, Feb. 23 at 12, Court of 
Bankmptcj, London. — Robert Ntah Wandsworth-common, 
Surrey, nurseryman, Feb. 23 at 1, Coart of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don. — Georpe Aekland, Looghboroogh-road, BrUton, Surrey, 
merchant, Feb. 23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — 
Hem. OftvtJi, CecU-it., Strand, Middlesex, merchant, Feb. 23 
at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — Peter Clark the 
jCMEUiger, Colchester, Essex, pawnbroker, Feb. 2G at 1, Court 
of Bankmptey, London. — Ales. Anderwn JiUeA, Liverpool, 
xnercbant, Feb. 26 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Li- 
TerpooL^->/okn BtUi, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, timber mer- 
€hmntj Feb. 27 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir- 
nungham.— JoAfi Hmil the younger, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, 
timber merchant, Feb. 27 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Sirauagham«~/o«. Steveru the younger, Coalboum-brook, 
OUbwinford, Staflbrdahire, glass manufacturer, Feb. 27 at 10, 
l>lsirict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. — TVm, MacCann, 
LiYerpool, merchant, Feb. 23 at 11, District Court of Bank. 
rvptcy, LiTcrpooL — T^lot. Cbleby, Springfield Mill, Salford, 
Liamcaahire, cotton spinner, Feb. 26 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester. 

7# ^ mUowed hy the Viee-CUneeliar i/ tke High Court rf 
Ckaneerjff eetmf in, Banhrupteg, uuk$$ Cauie be ikewm to 
ike eeeUrmy en or b^ore Feb, 23. 

Jmmee Ormvee, Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, boot maker.— 
Wm. Amguif Gateshead, Durham, banker. — Joe, Orme, 
Boode-cnm-Iinacre, Lancashire, hotel keeper.— T^ot. Cooke, 
Lirerpool, wardiouse keeper.— iSioncA Wkitekouee, Edwin 
WkUek&mee, and Alfred WkUekouee, Newland, Gloucester- 
sbire, and Monmouth, tin plate manufacturers. — Wm Henry 
Mmekey, Southampton, attorney. — George Porter Coeier, 
BoCley, Southampton, com merehant. — fVm, Kuper, Grand 
Surrey-canal, Camberwell, Surrey, wire rope maker.---/of Aim 
Bkodet, Qoeen's-row, Pimlico, Middlesex, builder.— JStfvanf 
Xfiie, liskeard, Cornwall, attorney at law. 

Scotch SEQUBsruATioifS. 
Jmmee itDoneid, Dundee, baker.— /oAn SmeUie, Partick, 
wright. 

DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. 
/. Broomkeed the elder, LiYerpool, butdier, Feb* 12 at 10, 
County Court of Lancashire, at Liverpool. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Wke kmeefOed their Petitione in the Court nf Bemkruptept 
med heee obtained em Interim Order for Protection Jrom 



Wm, Weteom, Wakefield, Yorkshire, innkeeper, Feb. 17 at 
10, Counte Court of Yorkshire, at Wakefield.— Don. TAo- 
iwa#, Swiniord, Leicestershire, miller, Feb. 21 at 3, County 
Court of Leicestershire, at Lutterworth. — Fred, Cotee, Lake, 
Tawstock, Devonshire, labourer, Feb. 6 at 10, County Court 
of Devonshire, at Barnstaple.— /fenrjf Harrie, Newport, 
Bisbop's Tawton, Deronshire, coal merchant, Feb. 6 at 10, 
County Court of Deronshire, at Barnstaple.— Jotip A Steed, 
HaHlax, Yorkshire, linen draper, Feb. 16 at 10, County Court 
of Yorkshire, at Halifsx.— /. Prieetley, Halifax, Yorkshire, 
shopkeeper, Feb. 16 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Hali- 
fax. — Wm. Hadieg, Cradley, Worcestershire, out of business, 
Feb. 19 at 10, County Court of Worcestershire, at Stourbridge. 
— Bei^» Seriven, Brierky-hill, Khigswinford, Staffordshire, out 
of business, Feb. 19 st 10, County Court of Worcestershire, 
at Stourbridge. — /oAfi Smadereon, Hilton, near Appleby, 
Westmoreland, licensed Tictoaller, Feb. 23 at 10, County 
Court of Westmorland, at Appleby. — Geo, Bredehaw, Wrex- 
ham K'^p't Denbighshire, wine merchant, Feb. 20 at 10, 
County Court of Denbighshire, at Wrexham. — Joe, Harrieon, 
Aston, Warwidcshire, farmer, Feb. 10 at 2, County Court of 
Warwidcshire, at Birmingham. — Thomae Cheeeman, Flim- 
well, Ticefaurst, Sussex, out of business, Feb. 15 at 10, 
County Court of Kent, at Tonbridge Wells. — Robert 
Beid, Gateshead, Durham, merchant tailor, Feb. 19 at 10, 
County Court of Durham, at Gateshead. — Richard Rotkeily, 
Wonwood, South Sydenham, Devonshire, farmer, Feb. 12 at 
10, County Court of Devonshire, at Tavistock.—/. Prangley, 
Cot^, Wiltshire, butcher, Feb. 19 at 12, Countv Court of 
Wiltshire, at Warminster. — Thomae Green, Kidderminster, 
Worcestershire, slater, Feb. 21 at 10, Coon^ Court of Wor- 
cestershire, at Kidderminster.— /2)icA. Arblaeter, Ogley Hay, 
Suffordshire, labourer, Feb. 17 at 10, County Court of Suf- 



fordshire, at Lichfield — Wm, Mereh, Pentreooed, near Dud- 
dleston, Ellesmere, Shropshire, butcher, Feb. 16 at 10, County 
Court of Shropshire, at Oswestry.-^/. DmHee, Plas Newydd, 
Llanwnog, Montgomeryshire, clerk, Feb. 17 at 10, County 
Court of Montgomeryshire, at Llanfyllin.— /#■•«» Abbott, 
Liverpool, estate agent, Feb. 12 at 10, Liverpool District 
County Court, at Liverpool.— fTiw. R. Shqtherd, Liverpool, 
cooper, Feb. 12 at 10, Liverpool District Coun^ Court, at 
Liverpool.— ff/wcnf Johnson, Birkenhead, Cheshire, ooadi 
maker, Feb. 13 at 10, County Court of Cheshire, at Birken- 
head. — R, Leech the elder, Tranmere, Bebbington, Cheshire, 
warehouseman, Feb. 13 at 10, County Court of Cheshire, at 
Birkenhead. 

rhefollomingPereone, who, on their eeoerelPeHtione /tied im 
the Court, have obtained Interim Ordere for ProtecHem 
from Procese, are required to appear in Court ae hereinafter 
mentioned, at the CourUhouee, in Portugal^treet, Lim- 
eoln'e Inn, ae foilowe, io be examined and dealt with 
according to the Statute t-^ 

Feb, 19 at U, b^fitre Mr, Commieeioner Phillips. 
Jamee Biddell, South Island-place, Clapham-road, Surrey, 
hair cutter. — Wm, Lawrence, Laurel ^;otUge, Wood-lane, 
Highgate, Middlesex, brick maker. 

The following Prieonere are ordered to be brought up before 
the Court, im Portugal-etreet, to be ejcamdmed and dealt 
with according to the Statute: — 

Fib. 16 «/ 11, b^fifre Mr. Cbmmieeioner Haerib. 
Thomae Quintan, Upper Thames-st., London, publican.-— 
John Uneworth, Providence-place, West-street, Bermondser, 
Surrey, whitesmith.— ^m. Ftnner, Union-street, Borough, 
Surrey, out of business. 

Feb. 17 «f 11, btfore Mr. Oemmieeioner Phillips. 
Henry Jae. Story, Northumberland-court, St. Martin's in 
the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex, out of business.— CAar/«t 
V, Harley, PAradise-st., Rotherhithe, Surrey, leather seller. 
— Bdw. L. leaace. Great Prescott-street, Goodman's-fields, 
Middlesex, watchmaker. — ^JFVoji. Fielde, Luton, Bedfordshire, 
straw plait manufacturer. —JoAu Law$, Church-st., Bethnal- 
green, Middlesex, baker. — Jamee Puttock, Regent-street, 
Vauxhall Bridge-road, Westminster, Middlesex, out of busi- 
ness. — Richard Brown, Essex-st., Duncan-terrace, Islington, 
Middlesex, auctioneer.— FT, Schild, P^iradise-st., Rotherhithe, 
Surrey, biJcer. 

Feb, 19 of 11, btfore the Chisp CoMMissioxin. 
Wolf Shreiner, Duke-st., Grosvenor-sq., Middlesex, straw 
bonnet dealer. — Samuel Jacobe the elder, Bennett-street, 
Stamford-st, BlackfriarS' road, Surrey, out of business. 

The following Prieonere are ordered to be brought tgf before 
a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and dealt 
wUh according to the Statute .— 

At the County Court of Norfolk, at Noawich Castli, 
Feb, 17 at 10. 
Samuel Street, Great Yarmouth, organ builder. — John 
Littlewood, Great Yarmouth, publican.— /omef M. Denewt 
Great Yarmouth, printer. 

At the County Court qf Norfolk, at Norwich, Feb, 17 at 10. 
Robert Hubbard, Framingham, butcher. 

At the County Court of Devonehire, at the Castlb op 
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, \ Commons. 

r W. W. CooPBB, Esq. of the Inner 
' \ Temple, Barrister at Law. 

fRoBBRT R. Pbabcb, Esq. of 

\ Gray's Inn, Barrister at Law. 



LONDON, FEBRUARY 10, 1849. 

The decision of the Vice-chancellor Knight Bruce, 
in the case of Prince Alberi v. Strange, has heen af- 
firmed by the Lord Chancellor, not only on the ground 
on which we understand his Honor to have proceeded, 
viz. the gronnd of there beinf «uch a right of property in 
the plaintifis as to entitle tiKm to prevent the publica- 
tion of a catalogue of their works; but also on two 
grounds which we do not collect to have influenced 
the Vice-chancellor, riz. the ground, as regards the par- 
ticular catalogue referred to in the pleadings, of fraud 
in the defendants as against the public ; and, as to the ge- 
neral question of publishing any catalogue, on the ground 
of fraud in the defendants in obtaining their informa- 
tion\ On the question of property, his Lordship did 
not go into any lengthened argument, hut laid down 
the principle, as we collected it, thus : — That the au- 
thor of literary compositions, or the like, has an un- 
doubted property in them, which entitles him to with- 
hold them from being made public; that when a 
person takes and makes public copies of such works, 
which, it is admitted, he may not do, he is but taking 
one mode of conveying to the public knowledge or in- 
fonnation of the originals; and that, in publishing a 
descriptive catalogue, he b only taking another mode 
of conveying such knowledge or information to the 
public; that, in both cases, he is giving to the public a 
knowledge of the unpublished works of an author, 
which ha has a right to withhold and keep for his own 
use and pleasure* 

* See the Vice-Chancelknr's judgment, ante, p. 52. See 
dso a very eoneet report of it, in a detached form, in a pam- 
phlet published by Mr. J. H. Cookoi of the Chanoery Bar. 
(Maxwell &Sod, Ln^on, 1649). 

Vol. Xin. E 



The principle laid down by thb decision is very im- 
portant, and may have some singular consequences. 
For although, in legal phraseology, the right established 
is expressed to be a right of property in a man's own 
works, it is impossible not to see that it is, in effect, a 
right of privacy— a right of withholding from the pub- 
11(3 a knowledge of what one has done in the way of 
literary or other composition. For when the Lord 
Chancellor speaks of the publication of a catalogue of 
works being a mode of conveying to the public know- 
ledge of those works, his Lordship, we apprehend, does 
not, and cannot, mean that it makes the works them- 
selves known, but only that it makes known the &ct 
of their existence, and, generally, what is the subject- 
matter of them; and when his Lordship holds that 
there is no substantial dbtinction between the two acts 
— that of conveying knowledge by copies and conveying 
it by catalogues — his Lordship must, we apprehend, be 
understood to mean, not that there is no substantial 
distinction as to the nature of the knowledge or infor- 
mation, but none as to the interference with that 
which his Lordship holds to be the right of the author,, 
namely, the right of withholding from the public 
not only his work, but all knowledge of or re- 
specting it. The right, therefore, established by the 
decision of the Lord Chancellor, in Prince A^ert v. 
Strange, is a right in the author of any compontion 
capable of being made the subject of copyright, 
(if he has numifested an intention not to allow the 
public to have any knowledge of it), to restrain any 
person, whether affected or not by confidence, from 
publishing to the world any information whatever re- 
specting such author's productions. Whether the Lord 
Chancellor meant to extend the doctrine to the making 
manifest to the public any other property of which the 



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owner may desin to keep the knowledge to himself— 
with reference, for example, to such cases as those pnt 
by the Yice-Chanoellory oi coUectioDS of gem% or the 
like— does not appear {rem the Lord ChaBcellor's judg- 
ment; bnt it seems diffcult to see how the doctrine 
should not be applicable to the cases put by the Vice- 
chancellor; and the result will be, that, if one has a 
c^lection of valuable or choice things of any kind, and 
manifests an intention of preventing the public from 
having any knowledge of them or their existence, it 
will be unlawful for any person, who, by the neglect of 
the owner or otherwise, may have had communicated 
to his senses the knowledge of their existence, to com- 
municate that knowledge to the world. A material 
question, in any questions which will have to be consi- 
dered with reference to this case, will be, what amounts 
to a dedication by an author to the public; because the 
foundation of the decision is, that the author desires that 
his work shall not be made public, and has done no act 
to make it public. In Prince Albert v. Strange^ the plain- 
tifis had undoubtedly suffered their etchings to escape 
from perfect concealment — ^that is, they had entrusted 
them to a servant, (in confidence, it is true), and that 
servant had, by hb neglect, allowed a stranger to obtain 
a sight of them. This, however, was not, under the 
circumstances, held to be a dedication to the pubUc ; 
principally, we apprehend, because the plaintiflEs having 
alleged and sworn to circumstances shewing that the 
etchings could only have been obtained by surreptitious, 
viz. fraudulent means, the defendant did not specifi- 
cally deny the allegation, and account for the mode 
in which the etchings had been obtained, but only 
averred in general terms his belief that they had been 
honestly obtained — an averment which obviously gave 
no information to the Court, and was no more than 
an expression of opinion, since, in the defendant's 
notion of honesty, it might be honest to obtain the 
etchings by surreptitious means. 

But put the case, that the defendant had sworn dis- 
tinctly that copies of the etchings had been shewn to 
him by a person of such station as to make it probable 
that he had a right to shew them, and with distinct 
liberty to make a catalogue of them ; or put the case, 
that the plaintiff's servant had left the etchings exposed 
publicly in the street, so that any stranger passing by 
might see them and make a catalogue of them ; would 
such a state of things amount to a dedication to the 
public sufficient to waive the right of concealment of 
the author, and let in the right of the percipient to use 
his senses, and acquire knowledge and use it? These 
and many other questions will arise, no doubt, in 
the cases that will follow the case of Prince Albert v. 
Strange; and, in the meantime, all that can be said 
is, that, where an author has not dedicated his works to 
the public, any other person will be restrained from 
communicating to the public, not only the works them- 
selves, but the fact of their existence, and thcparticular 
designation of their mode of existence. 



MbMBBB BBTURITED TO SBBTB IN PaBLIAMENT. — 

Frederick Peel, Esq., for the borough of Leominster, 
in the room of Henry Barkly, Esq., who has accepted 
the office of Grovemor of BriUw Guiana. 



ON THE PRITILEGE TO EESIST PRODUC 
TION OF DOCUMENTS IN A SUIT IN 
EQUITY. 

The recent litigation on the question, as to the extent 
of the privilege to refuse nroduetion of documents 
which are relevant to the subject-matter of a salt in 
equity, and in the possession or power of a defendant 
or witness, has been so frequent as to excite the Ba^ 
prise of one of the Yice-CSiancellors in a case l&tely 
before him*. 

It is true that certain general rules have been for a 
long time recognised to ^nide the practice on this snb- 

i'ec^ although of late their authority has been dispated; 
mt the very nature of the question renders its Mplica- 
tion to each individual case a matter of some dimcnltj; 
and the existence of this difficulty concerning one of 
the commonest proceedings in Chanceir practice mj 
fully account for the number of cases that have lately 
occurred, without attributing any want of skill or 
knowledge to the counsel engaged. 

The limits of the privilege depend upon the line ta 
be drawn .between two conflicting principles: one, of 
equity jurisprudence ; the otiher, a principle of ^^ 
expediency. Equity, on the one himd, assumes a nght 
to enforce discovery, on oath, from the defMidant in a 
suit, of all matters within his kno wled^ relevant to the 
plaintiff's case. On the other hand, it would often be 
very unjust, that a defendant should be compelled to 
produce, for the assbtance of his opponent, his most 
confidential communications with his professional ad- 
viser, suggesting, and very possibly exaggerating, any 
defiect of title or weak pomt in his case, for the reiy 
purpose of enabling his solicitor or counsel better to 
prepare a defence. Nor can it be maintained, that any 
principle of ethics makes such a discovery an obli^ 
tion, where the opposite litigant, as is frequently ww 
case, has no higher justice on lus side than the de- 
fendant. 

To every case that arises tiiese two principles most 
be ^pllea ; and, unless the sevei^ branches of this 
Court observe some fixed rules for their guidance, tiae 
result will be contrary decisions, as one or the other 
principle weighs most with each individual ^dg»t. 

Until some cases just reported, Uie decisioBS on the 
question of privilege have carefully followed the rrntf 
recognised twenty years ago. We propose to state the 
general result of these cases, and the threatened deTia* 
tion in the latest of them from the established law. 

Supposinflf, then, that a defendant, in his answer, ad- 
mits tnat documents relating to the subject-matter tf 
the suit are in his possession or power, he ^^7Jr^ 
entitle himself, under certain circumstances, to rew 
production of them. But in that case the plaintiff hasy 

STimk facie, a right to move that they may be pw- 
uced for his inspection ; and it is incumbent, ontw 
defendant to shew some ground of privilege to p'*^ 
their production J. The motion for production is made 
upon the statements in the answer; so that, strict^i 
the admissions of relevancy and possession should be 
distinct, or necessarily implied to entitle the plainw^ 
to move ; and, on the other hand, the ground for reeiw' 
ing production must be accurately stated, either by the 
answer or by affidavits in support of it§. to enable the 
defendant successfully to oppose the motion. 

The subject is most conveniendy arranged under the 
following divisions : — 



* See Pearse v. Peane, (1 De 6. & S. 31). 

t See, Si an iUustimtion, FtigAt v. BoHmion, (8 Beat. 36); 
Pmtm v. PeoTM, (1 De 6. & S. 12), „ 

X Per Cottenham, C, in Storey v. Lord O, LmMt (1 
My. & C. 535); Uewellyn v. Badeky, (1 Htre, 527). 

§ Lord WaMngham v. Goodricke^ (S Uare, 182). 



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mingham, oat of busineti, Feb. 17 at 11, Comi^ Court of 
Wtrwiduhire, at Birminghain.— Mf9. Collint, Bir m i n g h a m , 
scale beam manufacturer, Feb. 17 at 11, Coonty Court of 
Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— VTm. />o«ni«f, Birmingham, 
beerseller, Feb. 17 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at 
Birmingham. — John Jenminff9, Birmingham, pearl button ma- 
nuikcturer, Feb. 17 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at 
Birmingham. — Joseph Howe, Birmingham, cabinet maker, 
Feb. 17 at 11, County Court of Warwickshire, at Binning- 
ham. — Jamet Stroud the younger, Wootton, Oxfordshire, 
saddler, Feb. 15 at half-past 10, County Court of Oxfordshire, 
at Woodstock. 

The following Pertont, who, on their several Petitions Jtled in 
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders /or Protection 
from Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in PortugaUstreet, LsU' 
coin's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 
according to the Statute t~^ 

Feb, 20 at II, btfore the Chisf Commtssiomsb. 
Jas. Oliver, Bury-street, St. James's, Middlesex, plumber. 
-^ohn Gilbert, Drury-lane, Middlesex, baker. 

F^b. 20 at II, b^fitre Mr, Commissioner HAmMS. 
- John Joseph D'Amant, Clarence-road, Clapton-sq., Hack- 
ney, Middlesex, gardener. — John Griffiths, Conduit-st., Ha- 
nover-square, Middlesex, lodging-house keeper. — /. Neeve, 
Ratclifie-highway, Middlesex, baker, widow. 

Feb, 21 at 10, btfore Mr. Commissioner Law. 
/oAfi /oAnsofi, John -St., Church-lane, Whitechapel, Mid- 
dlesex, coach painter. — Marg Applebg, Osnaburgh-place, 
Regent's-park, Middlesex, stay maker. — C, Thomas, Union- 
mews, Union-place, Lisson-grove, Middlesex, cab proprietor. 

Feb, 22 a/ 11, before the CniJir Commissionbb. 
Nicholas Walker, Queen's-terraoe, Mariborougfa-rd., Chel- 
sea, Middlesex, green grocer. 

Feb, 22 at 10, b^ore Mr, Commissioner Law. 
George Le Jeune, Hensbridge-Tillas, Ordnance road, St. 
John's-wood, Middlesex, teacher of singing. 

Feb, 22 at II, b^re Mr. Commissioner Phillips. 
John Wamett, Comwall-road, Lambeth, Surrey, brick- 
layer. 

Saturday, Feb. 3. 

The following Assignees have been appointed. Farther par* 
ticulars mag be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st,, Lin- 
coln'S'inn^jields, on giving the Number qfthe Case, 

% Margaret Rees^ Cilwnwgfach, Carmarthenshire, widow, No. 
70,417 C; James Thomas, assignee. — George Savage^ Bris- 
tol, Tictualler, No. 69,890 C. ; Philip George the younger, 
assignee.— i9ifsan Jones, LlsnsaintfTraid Glan Conway, Den- 
bighshire, publican, No. 70,072 C. ; Hugh Hughes, asngnee. 
•Joseph Johns, Kingston-upon-HoU, eating-house keeper. 
No. 70,087 C. ; John Bargoyne Reed, assignee.—/. Hazard, 
Shidfield, Droxford, Hampshire, retailer of beer, No. 70,187 
C. ; John Savage, assignee.— /o An Pace, Lonsdde-square, 
Islington, Middlesex, merchant, No. 60,1 10 T.; J. Tbomp- 
son and John J. Hacks, assignees. — Richard Hodson, Wal- 
cot-place, Lambeth, Surrey, printer, No. 60,152 T. ; Wm. M. 
Wilkinson, assignee. — John Asquith, Liverpool, retail dealer 
in ale. No. 70,495 C. ; John Jones, assignee.— A. Snellmg, 
Brighton, Sussex, seedsmso, No. 70,392 C. ; John George 
Waite, assignee. — William Thomas Robins, Foxbury-grove, 
Looks-fields, Walworth, Surrey, collector of poor rates. No. 
59,011 T. 

Saturday, Feb. 3. 

Orders have been made, testing in the Provisional Assignee 
' the Estates and Bfects of the following Persons:--' 

(On their own PelitionsJ, 
Wm, ffoldsworlh, Dorking, Snrrey, butcher : in the Gaol 
Of Horsemonger-lane.—7%oma# i^locA, Cecil-street, Strand, 
Middlesex, d^ler in railway shares : in the Queen's Prison. — 
Chas. Tgrwhitt, Brompton-souare, Brompton, Middlesex, 
in no trade t in the Qoeen's WMxm.^^Edward Williams, Ox- 
Ibrd-market, Middlesex, shoemaker: in the Debtors Prison 
finr London and Middlegex.<— C9Ur/«f Cole, Luton, Bedford. 



shirt, butcher : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid* 
dlesex.— FTm. Robt. Lambert, Belsise ToUgate, BeLsixe^lanef 
Hampetead, Middlesex, toll-gate keeper : in the Debtors Pri- 
son for London and Middlesex.— /o^ T^loaiet Searle, High- 
street, Hounslow, Middlesex, leather eutter : in the D^tors 
Prison for London and Middlesex.— S'. W. P, Steward, God- 
finey-street, King's-road, Chelsea, Middlesex, bridunaker : in 
the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— Jiss. IVai. 
Cole, Valentine-place, Long-lane, Bermondsey, Surrey, pu^ 
maker : in the Gaol of SQmf.-^Alaric Alexander Watts, 
Bury-street, Lower Edmonton, Middlesex, newspaper pro- 
prietor : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middleiex..- 
T, Cos, Westboume-plaoe, Bishop's-rd., P^dington, Middle- 
sex, carpenter : in the Debtors Prison for London and Biiddle- 
sex. — J, Brewer, Red Lion-st., Clerkenwell, Middleaex, tin 
plate worker : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middle- 
sex.— i^inmeit Chaw^ness, Rydon-terrace, City-road, Middle- 
sex, warehouseman : in the Debtors Prison for London and 
Middlesex. — Chas. Burrows, Wharton-st., PentonTille, Mid- 
dlesex, coal merchant : in the Debtors Prison for London and 
Middlesex. — John Costar, Upper Berkeley. St., Portmaa.sq.t 
Middlesex, lodging-house keeper : in the Debtors Prison for 
London and Middlesex. — Hen. Rmnsden, Clement'e-lane, 
Lombard-st., London, licensed Tictualler: in the Ddiiors 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — Ed. Jarmam Lance, Ba- 
rossa Cottage, Frimley, near Bagshot, Surrey, dealer in ma- 
nures : in the Gaol of Surrer.- /oAn Rutherford, Brown-st., 
Pimlico, Middlesex, piano-forte maker : in the Debtors Pri- 
son for London and Middlesex.— ItJcil. Priddg, Crojrdoo* 
Surrey, com dealer on commission : in the Gaol of Surrey.— 
Denis Thos. O^Brien, Stamford-st., Blackfriars-road, Surrey, 
out of business : in the Queen's Prison. — Sam, Swan ^egsfs, 
Chalcroft-terrace, New-cut, Lambeth, Snrrey, fonuture 
dealer : in the Queen's Prison.— JtufoA de Jacob ParieiUe, 
Beckford-plaoe, Kennington-common, Kennington, Surrey, 
merchant: in the Queen's Prison. — Wm. Henry Latkrope, 
Exeter, dealer in horses: in the Gaol of Exeter.— IZo&srl 
Hubbard, Framlingham, Norfolk, butcher: in the Gaol of 
Norwidi.— HtcAenf Linell, Emstrey, Atdiam, Shropahire, 
commercial traveller : in the Gaol of Shrewsbury. — Sansssel 
Batqford, Yardley. Worcestershire, mQler: in the Gsal of 
Coventry. — John Brookman, Chepstow, Monmouthdrire, 
rope maker: in the Gaol of Monmouth.— He/sey Bomteti, 
Lancaster, licensed rictnaller: in the Gaol of Lancasto*.— 
Daniel Cranke, Hind Pool, Dalton in Fumess, Lancadiire, 
attorney at law : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— ^^roAom Etchelis, 
Manchester, bread baker : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Sawsmei 
Figgis, Liverpool, agent on commission : in the Gaol of Leak" 
caster.-^oAn Hall, Bury, Lancashire, grocer : in the Gaol of 
Lsncaster.— /oAfi Hodson, Pentwortham, near Preston, Lan- 
cashire, provision dealer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— ItieAartf 
Owens, Liverpool, beer-house keeper : in the Gaol of Lancet-, 
ter.— /oAfi Robinson, Liverpool, chemist : in the Gaol of Lan- 
caster. — John Reed, Liverpool, baker : in the Gaol of Lancas- 
ter. — Robert Lever Smith, Manchester, shopman to a grocer : 
in the Gaol of Lancaster.— IFm. Henry TVmer, Holme, 
Manchester, builder : in the Gaol of Lanoister. — Thos, Wm- 
terbotham, Pendleton, Salford, Lancashire, farmer: in the 
Gaol of Lancaster.— YKm. Baldwin, Ruardean, Gloucester- 
shire, gamekeeper: in the Gaol of Gloucester.— ^iso^M 
Jowett, Bradford, Yorkshire, domestic servant : in the Gaol 
of York.— ^ftne Wheatley, West Garforth, near Leeds, York- 
shire, schoolmistress : in the Gaol of York.— J/ireil Bailey, 
Cheddleton, Staffordshire, farmer : in the Gaol of Staffbrd.^- 
Ed, Butler, Stafford, iron merchant : in the Gaol of StaffonL 
— Thos, Gordon, Harrogate, Yorkshire, wine merchant: in 
the Gaol of York. — Sam, Maycoch, Cambridge, out of busi- 
ness : in the Gaol of Cambridge.— /ot. Aider, Little Cheater- 
ton, Oxfordshire, labourer : in the Gaol of Oxford.— CArttIo* 
pher Fred. Andrewe, Waltham Abbey, Essex, linen draper : 
in the Gaol of Chelmsford.— 7oibi Blsey Bamett, Sutton- 
bridge, near Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, baker : in the Gaol of 
Lincoln. — John Jacob Willard, Brighton, Sussex, livery-stable 
keeper: in the Gaol of Lewes. — Matthew Day, Worie, So- 
mersetshire, miller : in the Gaol of Wilton.— J/ory Simpsaih 
White Abbey, nesr Bradford, Yorkshire, widow : in the Gaol 
of York.— 7%ot. Wood, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, ano- 
ttoneer : in the Gaol of Gbucester.— JoAn Campbell, Wolver. 
hampton, Staffordshire, wood screw manufacturer: in the 
Gaol of Stafford.— Ad. Wootmer^ Hadlei|^ Suffolk, v^m^- 
iterer : in the Gaol of Ipewidk 



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7%9/9ihmin§ Pruomeri «rf or4ir§d le ht krom^ki up before 
ike Oatari, m Poriufmi'MtrMt, to be exmwtmed emd dealt 
with ueeordm^ to the Statutet^ 

Feb. 21 mt 10, brfore Mr, Commieeioner Law. 

Jokm Qre^ Bredim, Bnrton-tt, Boiton-cmcent, Middlesex, 
out of basineM.— C9lflrli9 Heetimge^ Longham, Saffolk» ctttle 
dciler.— ITm. Hooper Meteo^e, Wettiiiiiifter-biidge.road, 
Swnej, wlioleside draggkl.— GMry« Cocke, Hkb-tt., Wandt- 
wortii, Smrej, grocer.— Ovt^cviit PtJmer Hordlmf, Bartlett'f. 
b«fld&ige, Holbon, MiddlcMX, artiAoial darUt.'-Stepkem 
OUee Hohmm$f Purk*et, Grofftnor^oftre, Middlesex, shoe- 
ing eadtiu 

Feb. tl mi 10, brfore Mr. Oommieeiemer Law. 

Seam. Jrone, Cloodesl^-it., Isliogton, Middlesex, attorney's 
elerk.^Roberi Wait, Moniit Pkaaant Hot, Upper Clapton, 
Middlesex, wareho«seiBaii.--G*at. Burrowe, GraoYilie-sqoare, 
PenUwfiUe, ooal BMrdiaiit. 

7%e /o Uo w JMf Prim me n ore ordered to be brought %^ before 
m Judge of the Coumtp Oeurt, to be e sm m imod emd dealt 
wUk accerdimg to the Statute:^ 

At ike CbtPt/jr Court ef Carmartkeuekire, at Cabmabthjin, 
Feb.20ai2. 
Sam. Ball, Llangumor, Carmartlieiishire, land sorreyor.— 
OrigUk Morrie Howell, Carmartheo, draper. 

At the COuMip Court qfBeeeM,atCumLU9eoRV, Ftb. 22 at 12, 
Ckrietopker Frederick Andremet Waltham Abbey, Essex, 
linen draper. 

At ike Qnmip Court qf Warwickekire, at Coysntbt, 

J^. 24 at 10. 

Saumel Baiifitrd, Birmingfaam, out of business.— -Clorlft 

Mdwm Ballam, Binnlnghani, Hater of sUver ware,— /e^ 

Bimdlep, Sbropshire-row, near Bilston, Staffordshire, out of 



At ike Counip Court of Warmiekekire, at Wabwick, 

Feb, 23. 
Ceorpe Wait, Warwick, farmer. 

At the Counip Court ef Hamptkire, at Wimobutib, 
Ffb,2Z, 

Augusiue Ben;. Adame, Landport Portsea, coDYiet guard. 
—Geo. Beunett, Prifett, tailor. 

Ai tke Coumip C^urt qf Stq/ktrdekire, at Stavfobd, Feb- 
20 ai 10. 

Mirek Bailep, Cheddleton, farmer. 

Iksoltbitt Dbbtobs' DnriDEifDS. 

Wm. Capel Clapton, Esq., Casde-st., Holbom: 13r. 4if. 
in the pound. — Jokn Wkitelock the elder, Rodney- terrace, 
Greenwich, Kent, attorney at law : i^d, in the pound.— .B<f. 
Voump JoUife, Fearys-row, High-st., Highgate, Middlesex, 
grocer : 5#. in the pound. — Job Swatn, Devonshire-terrace, 
Bamsbury.park, Islington, Middlesex, tailor : If. O^cf. in the 
pound.^BHzabeih Neede, Tapp-st., Mile-end-road, Middle- 
sex, in no business : 7«. 9d. in the ponind (making 20«).— /«. 
Georpe, WeUs-street, Gray's-inn-road, Middlesex, tailor: 
2r. 3}^. in the pound.- JVIcAotot Pettier, Islington, Middle- 
sex, saddler : It. 6}d. in the pound. — Jokn Hetkerinptou 
Smiik^ Westbonme-park-road, Paddington, Middlesex, attor- 
ney at law : 4|d. in the pound.— /oAb Solomon, Minories, 
London, clothier : 1«. 7d, m the pound.— /m. Barry Hulckin^ 
eon, Polteney-terrace, Bamsbury-road, Islington, Middlesex, 
currier : Ae, 2\d, in the pound. — John Morgan, Lydbrook 
Bin, East Dean, Glouoestershire, collier : 2e, Z\d, in the 
wmnd.^Frederick CarHeU Montagu, WiUow Cottage, South 
Lambeth, Surrey, derk in Accountant's Office in Bankruptcy : 
2*. 2^d. in the pound.— JemM Suckling, Cambridge-terrace, 
Hyde-park, Middlesex, lodging-house keeper, and usher at the 
Police Cottrt, Mariborou|^-st. : 1«. 8d. in the pound. 

Applp ai ike Propieional Aeeipnee't Qfflcet PortupaUeireet, 
Limeoim'9-imn'Jielde, London, between tke koure i^ 10 and I. 



Mbbtixos. 
Mobert jyurlep, Awre, near Blakeney, Gkmoestershire, 
Ubouner^ Pd>. 26 at 4, Cock Inn, Blakeney, sp. aff.— Geerye 
Lambert Oorwpn, Crediton, Deronshire, yeoman, Feb. 15 at 
11, Cowt-hovfe, Portogal-iti LInoolnViBn-flclde, sp. aff. 



FRIDAY, Februaut 9. 
BANKRUPTS. 

JAMES BURNHAM, Edgware-road, BCiddlesex, silk 
mercer, dealer and chapman, Feb. 22 at half -past 1 , and 
March 29 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. 
Whitmore; Sols. Snrr & Gribble, 80, Lombard-st.— Fiat 
dated Jan. 30. 

JOSEPH ROBERT NICHOLLS, Oxford-st., Middlesex, 
tavern keeper, dealer and chapman, Feb. 16 at half-past 1, 
and March 29 at half>past 11, Court of Bankruptoy, Lon- 
don : Off. Ass. Whitmore ; Sols. Marten & Co., 31 and 
35, Commercial Sale-rooms, Mincing-lane. — Fiat dated 
Feb. 5. 

JOHN HALE the younger, Woodnewton, near Oundle, 
Northamptonshire, baker, farmer, dealer and chapman, Feb. 
22 at 2, and March 29 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don : Off. Ass. Cannan ; SoU. Atter, Stamford ; Taylor & 
CoUisson, 28, Great James-st., Bedford-row.— Fiat dated 
Feb. 7. 

WILLIAM JOHNSON, West Drayton, Middlesex, farmer, 
com factor, dealer and chapman, Feb. 16 and Mardi 23 at 
1, Court of Bankruptoy, London : Off. Ass. SUnsfeld ; 
Sols. Wools, Uxbridge; Paterson, Bou?erie-st., Fleet-st.— 
l^t dated Feb. 7. 

JAMES THOMSON, formerW of Southampton, and since of 
King-st., Camden- town, Middlesex, draper, dealer and 
chapman, Feb. 16 at 1, and March 23 at 12, Court of 
Bankrupt^, London : Off. Ass. Stensfeld ; Sols. Lawrence 
& Plews, Old Jewry -chambers, London.— Fiat dated Feb. 2. 

GEORGE DAVISON, Princes-st., Tork-st., Bethnal. green, 
Middlesex, leather seller, Feb. 23 and March 31 at 11, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Follett ; Sol. Lloyd, 
MUk.street.— Fiat dated ¥eh, 6, 

WILLIAM MINTON, Liverpool, linen draper, dealer and 
chapman, Frb. 23 at 11, and March 31 at 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London . Off. Ass. Green ; Sol. Jones, ^se« 
lane.— Fiat dated Feb. 6. 

JOHN WRIGHT, Brudendl^lace, Hoxton, Middlesex, 
builder, dealer and diapman, Feb. 21 at 12, and March 15 
at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Johnson; 
SoL Orchard, Basinghall-street.— Fiat dated Feb. 5. 

JOSEPH STUBBING, Northnmberiand-place, Commer- 
cbd-road East, Middlesex, draper, dealer and chapman, 
Feb. 21 at half.past 12, and March 22 atll. Court ofBank. 
ruptoy, London : Off. Ass. Bell ; Sols. Maidon 8c Prichard| 
Newgate-street.— Fiat dated Feb. 7. 

NAPHTALI WAKELIN HILL, Saint Neots, Hunting, 
donshire, plumber and glaxier, Feb. 16 at 2, and March 20 
at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off, Ass. Groom; 
Sols. Smith & Curteis, 24, GoHen-square.— Fiat dated 
Jan. 29. 

JOHN ARNOLD, Oxford-street, Westminster, Middlesex, 
linen draper, dealer and chapman, Feb. 23 at half-pest 2, 
and Mardt 23 at 11, Court of Bankroptcy, London: Off. 
Ass. Edwards; Sol. Christmas, 6, Raymond-buildings, 
Gray's-inn.- Fiat dated Feb. 7. 

JOSEPH JOHNSON the younger, Uxbridge, Middlesex, and 
Iver, Buckinghamshire, common carrier and farmer, Feb. 
27 at half-past 2, and March 27 at 12, Court of Bankrupt-- 
cy, London : Off. Ass. Groom ; Sols. Riches 8c Wood- 
bridge, Uxbridge ; Poole 8c Gamlen, 3, Gray's-inn-square. 
—Fiat dated Fd>.l. 

SAMUEL SAVAGE WOOLLATT, Holbom-hill, London, 
draper, sUk mercer, dealer and chapman, Feb. 27 at 2, and 
March 27 at 11 , Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. 
Edwards; Sols. Hardwick 8c Davidson, Weaver's Hall, 
BasinghaU-st., Citr.- Fiat dated Feb. 8. 

ALFRED EASTHOPE, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire^ 
upholsterer, dealer and chapman, Feb. 17 and March 17 at 
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. 
Christie; Sols. Stuart, Wolrerhampton ; Smith, Bir- 
mingham. — Fiat dated Feb. 1. 

ALEXANDER MITCHELL, Cardiff, Glamorganshire, 
draper and tea dealer, dealer and chapman, Feb. 20 and 
March 22 at 12, District Court of Bankruptoy, Bristol : 
Off. Ass. Hntton; Sol. PhUpotte, Cardiff.— Fiat dated 
Feb. 6. 

WILLIAM FLEBONG, Leeds, Torkahire, innkeeper, March 
2 and 30 at 11, District Court of Bankruptoy, Leeds : Off. 
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EDWARD GILMOUR SELF, Dordierter, Dorsetshire, 
ironmonger, dealer and chapman, Feb. 15 and March 14 at 
11, District Court of Bankmptcy, Exeter : Off. Ass. Her- 
naman ; Sols. Manfield & Andrews, Dorchester ; Stogdon, 
Exeter; Rhodes & Lane, 63, Chancerj-lane, London. — 
Fiat dated Jan. 31 . 

FRANCIS O'NEILL, liTcrpool, com merchant, commis- 
sion agent, com broker, doder and c h ap m an, Feb. 21 and 
Mardi 14 at 11, District Court of Bankraptc^, Lirerpool : 
Off. Ass. Cazenove ; Sols. Hime, Liverpool ; Chester 8c Co., 
Staple-inn, London. — Plat dated Feb. 5. 

JOHN DANIEL YERLT, Liverpool, watchmaker and mu- 
sical box manufactorer, Feb. 20 and March 13 at 11, Dis- 
trict Coart of Bankraptcy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Bird ; 
Sols. Greene, Liverpool ; Maples 8c Co., London. — fiat 
dated Feb. 5. 

ANN VERNON, Ashton, in Mackerfield, Lancashire, shop- 
keeper, cowkeeper, dealer and chapman, Feb. 20 and March 
13 at 11, District Court of Bankraptcy, Liverpool: Off. 
Ass. Bird ; Sols. Pigot, Winn ; Gregory & Co., Bedford- 
row, London.— Plat dated Jan. 30. 

ROBERT OWEN, Manchester, tailor and draper, dealer and 
diapman, Feb. 19 and March 14 at 12, District Conit of 
Bankraptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Pott ; Sols. Makinaon, 
Manchater; Gregory & Co., 1, Bedford-row, London.— 
Fiat dated Feb. 5. 

BiSBTINOa. 

Wm. Bmmer9on, North Shields, Nortfaomberland, banker, 
Vfh, 20 athalf.past 10, Dtstriot Court of Bankraptcy, New- 
caatle-opon-Tyne, ch. aas.^/oA« De Leptmte, Wood-etreet, 
London, shirt maker, F^. 23 at half-past 1, Comrt of Baidc- 
nptey, London, last ex- — Jokm Bu$kt Darkhowse-lane, Bil- 
lingsgate, London, coffee-howe keeper, Feb. 23 at 2, Coiut of 
Bankraptcy, London, last ex.— IFm. H. SkMrmkt, Ipawich, 
Saffblk, shoemaker, Feb. 28 at 11, Court of Bankrapt^, Lon- 
don, last ex. — Jo99phKm§, North Audley-st., Groaveaco'-sq., 
Middlesex, coach builder, March 7 at hidf-past 11, Court clt 

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IjoaSuomf and. ae.— JVaam JTaoiat, Waterloo* 
foad, LiunSeth, Surrey, draper, and Worthing, Sussex, duna- 
man, March 5 at half-past 12, Court of Ban£riiptoy, London, 
and. ac.— Snioff. TWimt, Sheffield, Yorkihife, grocer, March 
a at 10, District Court of Baakraptpy, Shd&eU, and. ae. ; 
at 11, div.— 7Am. C. Knight, Fort-atreet, Spital-sq., Mid- 
dleaex, undertaker, March 2 at 12, Court of Bankraptcy, Lon- 
dOB, div. — Stammtil Durtmt, Deptford, Kent, draper, March 
2 at 11, Court of Bankraptcy, London, div.— M. 8. Symmot, 
Liverpool, merchant, March 2 at 11, Distriet Court of Bunk. 
r«pt^, livurpoolt div. 

CumTirioATut. 

f\f b€ MilQwd, unites Ckmit be sknm to tke emUrarp on or 

b^ore tko Hajf ^ Mooting. 

Tkomtu SmeoMumf Rupert-street, Coventry-st., Middlesex, 
buihler, March 5 at 12, Court of Bankraptcy, London.— /o An 
TtoUf Bampton, OxfordslOre, eora dealer, Mardi 2 at 11, 
Court of Bankraptcy, London.*-jEr«raft Dmrieny Norwich, 
builder, March 2 at 12, Court of Bankraptcy, London.— C. 
/. J. Tumor and Wm. Atkortom, Bucklttndmry, and Old 
Jewry, London, au ct ion e e r s, March 3 at 1, Court of Bank- 
rqptcy, London.— .^InA'^eMr ^imM, Marylebone-street, Re- 
gent-street, Middleaex, wire«rope manu&cturar, March & at 
12, Court of Bankraptcy, London.— JF^ianetf Kontoo, Water- 
loo-road, Lambeth, Surrey, draper, and Worthing, Susmk, 
chinaman, March 5 at hatf-past 12, Court of Bankraptcy, 
Jjondon.— jedMaoul Miikoari, Ftoterborough, Northampton- 
ihire, coach builder, Biarch 5 at 1, Court ofBankraptey, Lon- 
don.— /oAti W. AmbrooOf Bangor. Carnarvonshire, ftationer, 
Mardi 6 at 11, District Court of Bankruptay, Liverpool.— 
/oAii WUdog, Snenton, Nottinghamshire, an»niser, March 16 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottio^am. 

f bo oUowod bf (ho Ffee-OAanceOor ^ (ko High Omrt qf 
Chaneorg, acting in Bankntgteg, tmlooo Oonoo boohown to 
iho eontrnrg on or b^foro Mmreh t. 
Wm* P. WatkinOt Long Ashton, Somersetdiire, cider mer- 
dumt.— Af. R. a Wightwum, Ptacras-lane, London, linen 
fhctor. — V. 8, Oo^(frogt Duddington, Northamptonshire, mil- 
ler.— /amat DoiM, Newbury, Berkshire com dealer.— /oAa 
F. Oartnor, Oakhill, Aihwick, Somersetshire, 8ur|eon.— 7. 
Spiring, Bristol, grocer.- Ao^f. Pmrkor^ Lud^ite-hili, Lon- 
don, woollen dr^^ter. — ITIii. Jktg, Liverpool, dfaper«— ffte. 



Oglbg, East Retford, Nottinghamahire, apoUiecary. — Gterf e* 
Moroh, Broadway, Hanunersmith, and Carnaby-street, Gol- 
den-sqoare, Middlesex, draper. — Wwo, B, HiUo and JR. W. 
Alldrtdgo, Maidstone, Kent, and Rood-lane, Fenchurdi-tt., 
London, shipping grocers. 

Scotch SuavusTRATioiia. 
Jamoo Cook, Glasgow, dealer in shares. — T%omao Qrmg, 
Glasgow, manufacturer. — Wm, Loing,ym., Gbsgow, coRiar. 
— AUm, Seott, Kflmarnock, firuiterer. — Mobort Spoiro, CHaa- 
gow, grocer.— /am€tJtf*QM««», Lodt, Gretna, Dumfrieu-aUn, 
tadcsman.— Jmiat Robertson, Edfaiburgb, insurance broker.— 
John M*Leod, jun., Lairg, Sutheriand, merdiant.— VF. Vini 
log ic CO't Edinbni^ vrine merohanta.— uUeircikler Moriee, 
Aberdeen, ship owner.— 7*. and /. LeuUe, GUsgow, atooe 
merchants. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 

mko haoeJUed their Petitione in the Gmrt of Bmnhrmgitcg, 
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protectiom JHm 
Proeeot. 

Be^f, A. J. Sheen, Dover, Kent, currier, Fdi. 17 «t 10, 
Coun^ Court of Kent, at Dover. — John Roffe, Ewell, BudL 
land, next Dover, Kent, nightman, Fbb. 17 at 10, Covnty 
Court of Kent, at Dover. — Affi^ Wm, FarraU, Cambridge, 
out of business, Feb. 24 at 10, County Court of Conbridge- 
ahire, at Cambridge. — Oeorge Brown, Cambridge, oot oi 
business, Feb. 24 at 10, Countr Court of Cambridgeshira, aft 
Cambridge.— IFm. Tullg, Brighton, Sussex, baker, Fieb. 16 
at 2, County Court of Sussex, at Brighton.— Geo. KirkJkam^ 
Brighton, Sussex, out of business, Feb. 16 at 2, County Court 
of Sussex, at Brighton. — Hemy Bomme, Sellinge, Kent, o«t 
of business, Feb. 15 at 10, County Court of Kent, at Hytbe. 
^WilUmn Barker, Button Sesaay, near Thirsk, York^uie, 
labourer, Feb. 14 at 1, County Court of Yorkshire, at Tliit^ 
— 7)toff. Biwood, Ripon, Yorkddie, butcher, Fd>. 21 at 10, 
County Court of Yorkshire, at R^n. — Jamee Robimoan, 
Stafford, cooper, Feb. 20 at 10, County Court of Staffordahice, 
at Stafford. — FTtT/tam Kimberteg, Bbxwich, Staffordshire, 
provision dealer, Feb. 26 at 12, County Court of Staffordahire, 
at Walsall.— IZo^/. Heath, Sevenoaks, Kent, coach maker, 
Feb. 14 at 10, County Court of Kent, at Sevenoaka.— Jt 
Sunkiee, Birchills, Walsall, Staffordshire, mmer, Feb. 26 at 
12, County Court of Staffordshire, aft Walsall. — J^ta^JI 
Hargreaoee, Sabden, Lancashire, druggist, Feb. 27 at 11, 
County Court of Lancashire, at Clitheroe. — Henrg Burgtoo^ 
Witney, Oxfordshire, tea dealer, Feb. 16 at halfjMst 10, 
County Court of Oxfordshire, at WitDej. —Robert Pegbo^, 
Kettering, Northamptonshire, baker, Feb. 28 at 3, County 
Court of Northamptonahire, at Kettering. — Jtowet Tesrie, 
West Bromwich, Staffordshire, coal master, Feb. 21 at 3, 
County Court of Staffordshire, at Oldbuij.— /oibi diU, 
Bishopsboume, Kent, £mner, Feb. 14 at lO, County Court 
of Kent, at Canterbury. — Alex, Sanden, Newbury, Berk- 
shire, watch maker, Feb. 26 at 10, County Court of Berkshne, 
at Newbury. — S'aroA HambUn, Speenhamland, Newbuiy, 
Berkshire, boot maker, Feb. 26 at 10, County Court of 
Berkshire, at Newbury. — John WiUiami, Darlaston, Staf- 
fordshire, butty collier, F^b. 26 at 12, County Court of 
Staffordshire, at WalsaU. 

T%e following Penono, who, on their oeverat Petitions /llod in 
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for ProtoeOon 
from Process, are required to mear m Court as herein^ 
^fter mentioned, at the Court'house, in Portugal^sireet, 
lAneoWs Inn, as follows, to be oxamined and dealt with 
according to the Statute .— > 

^W. 83 af 10, btforo Mr, C om mimi onm' Law. 

Stephen SaUnout Graham-st., Pimlioo, Middlesex, out of 
business. 

JFW*. 24 at 10, b^^ Mr, Oiaiwinfomi Law. 

dirlsf PSsTiNr, Tottenham-eourt-road, Afiddleaex, hosier. 
— Dian. Hagleg, Gohl-at., St. Gtorga'a in the East, Biiddle- 
sex, out of buriness. 

Feb, 26 at 11, ^^brt Mr. Oommisoionor Puixiva* 
Thos. Ifamw, Eltham, Kent, coal dealer.— Geo. A, Soar^ 
Mount-street, Walworth, Surrey, paiiiter.«>^ilfi Sherrardt 
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The case of Cim ▼. The Midland RaUway Company 
(13 Jur. 65) has excited discuaaion within and beyond 
the circle of the Legal Profession. The decision is» un- 
doulit«i||r« «Be of great importance, affecting the safety 
of the public and the liabilitiea of railway companies. 

We 9gree with those who maintain that the rules of 
law ahoold, where it is possible, be moolded so as to 
meet the ezigenoea of the times, and the new relations 
which may be created between man and man by al- 
t^r^d eirciimatances of a general and widely influential 
character; but we think that this was not a case for 
the determination of which it was necessary to adopt 
sach a comae. 

The point for consideration was, whether, if a person 
has been Injored through the negligence of a servant of 
the Compauf, the superintendent of the traffic depart- 
ment could bind the Company for the payment of the 
medical man employed to attend the injured person by 
such superintendent ? 

B was, therefore, the simple case of principal and 
agent, of master and servant ; and the law which go- 
verns those relations was the law to be administered on 
this occasion. It makes no difference, in this respect, 
i^ether the principal be a corporation, a company, or 
anindlvid&ai: 

The civil liability of a master for the contract of his 
KrvanI is clearly founded upon the express or implied 
autibotify of the master for the making of the contract; 
and 9adk authority must be proved by direct evidence, 
o' Iff dupamstanees whence it may be inferred by the 
JII17* lb the instance of a special agent— e. g. the sn- 
poniieiident of the traffic department of a railway — he 
» a olScb invested only with limited powers, and it 
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is the duty of those who deal with him, as an agent, to 
— •'^^fn the extent of hb authority. If they do not 
take this precaution, they contract with him at their 
peril, and must bear any consequent loss. 

It is true that this was a case of urgent necessity. 
Therp was no time to learn the will of the principal. 
It was the natural and moral duty of the superintend* 
ent not to heutate in sending for a medical assistant to 
attend the wounded man ; but there was no legal obli- 
gation imposed upon him to do so; neither would 
there have been on the Company or its directors, had 
they been present. As far as regards the uigency of 
the case, it was governed by the deciak>n of the Exche- 
quer in Hawtayne v. Bourne^ (7 Mee. & W. 606), re- 
cognised and acted upon in Ricietts v. Bennett, (17 Law 
Joum., N. S., C. P., 17). There, a resident agent was 
appointed by the directors of a mining company to 
manage the mine; warrants of distress were about to 
be enforced against the machinery in the mine, where* 
by it would probably have been flooded by water; and,, 
in order to prevent the seizure, he borrowed the money> 
and paid it in satisfaction of the debts. It was held, 
that he had no implied authority from the shareholders 
to do this. Baron Parke there said—" The law pro- 
vides for that which is common, not for that which is 
unusual." And the question in such cases appears to 
be, what is the authority of the agent in ordinary cir- 
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been contemplated by the principal when he appointed 
a delegat^or particular purposes. It has dso been 
decided, tnat a Master is not impliedly liable for medi- 
cal attendance upon his own servant, who has met with 
an accident in his service; ( Wennal v. Admy, 3 B. & 
P. 247; Beg. v. Smith, 8 C. & P. 163); and it would, 
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LONDON, FEBRUARY 24, 1849. 

It has been recently held, on more than one occasion, 
in the caee of companiee formed for the purpose of 
making ind working railways, and not having pro- 
ceeded to completion and actual transaction of busi- 
neiB, that anch companies are not within the Joint- 
stock Companies Winding-np Act of 1848. We appre- 
hend that a contrary decision will ultimately prevail ; 
and we will ahortly state onr reasons for that conclu- 
sion. The act commences by reciting the 7 & 8 Vict, 
c. Ill, and 9 & 10 Vict. c. 28. The 7 & 8 Vict. c. Ill, 
must be collected to have been intended to apply 
exdoaively to trading companies; but to companies 
constituted for trading purposes, not merely to compa- 
nies which have actually traded. The words of the 1st 
sectbn are, ^ If any commercial or trading company 
now, (nt at any time hereafter, incorporated by charter 
or aat of Parliament ; or any company or body of per- 
sons now, or at any time hereafter, associated together 
for mij^ commerdtU or trading purposes, and to which 
any privilege or privileges &c.; or any company or 
body of persons now, or at any time hereafter, associated 
together^ any commercial or trading purposes, and re- 
gistered either provisionally or completely &c., shall 
eommit any act" &e. 

It k needless to say that the 9 & 10 Vict. c. 28, 
i^^^tM ezdnavely to ndlway companies. Then what 
^iMat-iloek Companies Winding-up Act applies to 
is, amon^ others, all companies within the 7 & 8 Vict, 
c. 11], iadnding all companies which shall have ob- 
tained or shall obtain a certificate of registration, under 
^ 7 & 8 Vict. c. 110— all companies which, under the 
9 & 10 Viet. c. 28, have become bankrupt — and, lastly, 
all companies, aiiociation*, and partnerships, to te 
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formed after the passing of the act, whose shares shall 
be transferable without consent. 

As to companies which have been formed since the 
passing of the act, there can, at least, be no doubt that 
railway companies are included within it, if only their 
shares are transferable without consent; neither can 
there be any doubt as to railway companies which 
have registered under the 7 & Vict. c. 110; and that 
railway companies may bring themselves within that 
act appears by the 9th section. But with regard to 
railway companies which have not brought themselves 
within the 7 & 8 Vict. c. 110, the material question is, 
are they trading companies, or are they, at any rate, 
within the 7 & 8 Vict. c. Ill ? Now, by the 8 Vict. 
c. 20, (the Railway Clauses Consolidation Act), all 
railway companies, unless their special acts are to the 
contrary, are empowered to carry goods and passengers 
for hire — in other words, are empowered to become 
common carriers; and by the 5 & 6 Vict. c. 122, s^ 10, 
carriers are traders within the meaning of the bank- 
rupt law. Therefore, railway companies, unless by 
their special acts it is otherwise provided, are b}' the 
Legislature constituted traders. 

If the 7 & 8 Vict. c. Ill, confined the companies that 
come within it to trading companies, possibly it might 
be contended, that companies intended for trading, but 
not having actually begun business, are not trading com- 
panies within the meaning of the act; though even 
then it might be open to contend, that what the act 
means by a trading company, is a company constituted 
for trading. But the act does not so limit itself ; it in- 
cludes expressly companies or bodies of persons asso- 
ciated together for commercial or trading purposes, if 
those companies shall have registered either provision- 
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Now, can there be anj doubt, tlmt embrjo lailwiHy 
companies are cOTnpaines or bodies of penons aaeo- 
ciated for commercial ar trading pirpofles? UnqoM- 
tionably, they are not bodied ossodated for pacpose»of 
mere amusement, or for mere intellectual^ or moral, or 
chtiritable purposes. They are bodies of penons asee- 
ciated for making roads of a parHcular kind— for run- 
ning on thoee rpads esrriageaof a pftio l a r kind, or 
drawn by a particular kind of power ; but all their 
arrangements tend to the one purpose, of conyeying 
paasengers and goods, and making and receiving certain 
charges therefrom; that is, of carrying on the com- 
merce or trade of carriers for hire. It b possible, of 
course, that a company may just have contrived to 
avoid doing any of the things which would bring it 
within any of the acts referred to ; but we apprehend, 
that if a railway company has been actually ineorpo- 
rated, and has actually carried for hire ; or if it has, 
without being actually incorporated or without having 
commenced businese, been registered, either provision- 
ally or completely, under the 7 & 8 Vict. c. 110, it is 
within the 7 & 8 Vict. c. Ill ; and, being within that 
act, it is within the Joint-stock Companies Winding- 
up Act. 



A Lttter to Lard Denman^ S^c^on the EmaelmenU eon- 
feerring JwriidvAvm upm Commissions to try legal 
Rights^ (Sfc. By G. Winobovb Cookb, Esq,^ Barrister 
at Law. Stevens S^ Norton. 1849. Pp.16. 

Of this pamphlet may be said, as once was said by a 
judge of a certain text-book, '* It is a little book, but it 
IS none the worse for that." Mr, Cooke is, if we recol- 
lect right, the author of a work on a political subject, 
not unmarked b;^ what is termed, in party language, 
liberalism of sentiment. He b also, and has been for 
many vears, a legal officer under a Whig commission. 
He will not, themore, be suspected of any anti-liberal 
sentiments tending to make him look with distate either 
on the works or the maxims of law reformers; thongh, 
nndoubtedly, if any lawyer, but one known as of the 
law-reform party, had said half the bitter truths— the 
more bitter oecause said in the quietest possible man- 
ner — ^that Mr. Cooke has here said of tne works and 
maxims of law reformers, or rather of talkers on law 
reform, he would be suspected at once of ineivisme^ and 
declared to be of the " every- thing-as-it-should-be" 
•diool. Mr* Cooke b obviously a man of business, and 
an earnest man, writing what he thinks, on a subject 
with which he b practicall;^ acquainted. Thb pam- 
phlet is, as he himself describes it, not an attack on a 
particular act of Parlbment, but an attack on that 
meddling, officious, and dogmatic legislation, which, 
proceeding on the maxim that technicalities are odious, 
mistakes looseness for simplicity ; and, under the pre- 
tence of adapting tribunab to men's special wants, in- 
dulges in reality a morbid craving for tne excitement of 
invention. Mr. Cooke's criticbms are more specially 
directed to defects in the Tithe Act, with the working 
of which he b minutely acquainted by long practice 
under it as an Assistant Tithe Commissioner ; but the 
ffiet of hb obeervaiions goes to this— that whenever the 
Legislature, in the exercise of its law reforming tenden- 
dfl^ devises an extensive scheme of law reform, such as 
that involved in the Tithe Commutatbn Act, the 'En- 
fhtchisement of Copyhold intended Acts, the Indosure 
Commission, ftc, it schemes for each a new machineTy, 
instead of improving the machinery of fonneracts^ pre- 



serving as much of the proeedme and practice as possi- 
ble. To use Mr. Cookers own words : — 
'* I have shewn that in the two most recent inrtiuioffi 
in which it has been thotught ■eeessarv to arm a oom- 
miBsion with jndieial powers^ the machinery invented 
for the purpose has oeen fiur from perfecL I hare 
shewn, i&bo, that, instead of jivofiting oy experience to 
improve upon the first invention, the second essay has 
been altogether different from^and infinitely leas work- 
manlike than, the first. 

^ If ever we shall have a compulsory enfrmnidiiae- 
ment of oopyhokb, it will probably be found neeet- 
sary to give the commiaHoners a jurisdiction to tiy 
questions of maaorial customs, and thb juriadictioD 
will probably be thought to i^uire a provision for 
appeal. If the present course of legiabtion b prrnated 
in, a third system of trial by assistant commissioneiB, 
and appeal by feigned issue, will then be invented, 
and the third invention will, nerhaps, be even wone 
than the second. The Tithe (Commission has itspar* 
ticular course of trial and appeal ; the Inclesnre dima- 
mission has its peculiar course of trial and appeal ; the 
Copyhold Commission will have its peculiar coarse of 
trial and appeal ; and if, as it b not tmprobaUey atbsr 
great reforms shall be resolved upon by our nationsl 
councils, and carried out by commissions, we may, 
periiai)s, see half-a-dozen dAterent novel pudicatnres, 
all trying not very dissimilar classes of private rightfl^ 
but all operating with very dissimilar powers^ and eacb 
having a separate and not very weU understood couae 
of practice. Your Lordship b too well aware of the 
litigation which invarbbly follows any consAdermUe 
alteration in the old forms of judicial proceedings, and 
of the expense which sniton must bear in obtanmi^ 
the decisions which eventmaUy ooasoUdate the new 
practice, to render it necessary that I should inast 
upon the practical imustice which these exfcniive 
tribunals must, notwitnstanding idl the exertions to 
the contrary^ produce.** 

On the subject of what Mr. Cooke correctly terms an 
ignorant terror of technicalities, he refers to two defects 
found in practice to exbt in the Tithe Comonitakian 
Act. He says — 

** The first was the great difficulty in aacertainii^ the 
' exact point to be decided. It waa early held by the 
' Courts that the decbion must be in the terms of the 
^ claim, and it was afterwards held — although, as tiiese 

* proceedings commonly took place before the judges at 

* chambers, the legal assistants had small opportoaity 
' of knowing what the actual practice wan that the 

* issue must be in the terms of the decision. The daim, 

* therefore, made at the commencement of the proceed- 

* ings was properly the issue afterwards tried. But Has 

* claim was commonly a loose, inartificial statement, 

* altogether insufficient upon the foee of it. The aswsr- 

* ant commissioner for special purpeees had then one of 
^ four courses to choose : to take the claim as it was 

* made ; to draw the claim himself; to nve the claimant 

* leave to put in a formal claim after Ae case had been 

* heard ; or to decline to proceed until a good writtoi 

* claim had been put in. 

^ Each of these connes had its inconvenieaoe. To 

* decide the insufficient claim was to put the parties 
^ to all the expense of proceeding to the point of 

* settling the issue, and to subject them to be then sent 

* back to the commission to make a valid claim and 
*■ re-iry the case. This occurred more than once in onr 
^ early practice, and in one case the costs of the party, 

* who was successful both before the commiasioa and at 

* the trial, amounted to 1245^ 6s. 6(i., chiefly becaoae 

* hb first claim had been badly drawn. If the oom- 

* missioner undertook to draw the claim, he placed 
' himself in a false position ; he could not know the 

* evidence which was to su pp or t the ease, and he mb- 
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Mbbtixgs. 
Jamei Smithf Birkenhead, Cheshire, ilate merchant, March 
6 at 11, District Conrt of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, pr. d. — 
Zebulun Leigh, Manchester, tea merchant, March 2 at 1, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ex. — John 
H, Catotif Stondon Massey, Essex, cattle dealer, March 14 at 
11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — B, Pallitter, 
Gravesend, Kent, innkeeper, March 14 at 12, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, aud. ^c^-^amei B, Adanu, Horsmonden, 
Kent, miller, March 14 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, aud. ac. — George Sireeier, Lisson-grore, Middlesex, 
draper, March 14 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. 
ac. — James Norton, Johnstone, Renfrewshire, and Smith's- 
hill. Paisley, Scotland, manufacturer, March 14 at half-past 

11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — George Thoe. 
Saltmarsh, Houndsditch, London, wine merchant, March 16 
at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Geo. Bvane, 
Canon's Marsh, Bristol, carpenter, March 16 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac. — Joe, J^irley, Bradley 
New Iron-works, Bilston, Staffordshire, iron master, March 
14 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. 
— John Barker, Sedgley, Staffordshire, nail manufacturer, 
March 14 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, 
aud. ac. — <9. B. Lanes, Oldbury, Halesowen, Shropshire, grocer, 
March 14 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, 
aud. ac.— FT. Walker, Birmingham, hosier, March 17 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — Wm, 
Perry, WolTcrfaampton, Staffordshire, ironfbunder, March 15 
at 12, District Court of Bankruptqr, Birmingham, aud. ac. — J, 
Whitehouse and Isaiah Round, Birmingham, manufacturers of 
wrought iron, March 21 at 12, Dbtrict Court of Bankruptcy, 
Birmingham, aud. ac. — /. Perry, Birmingham, retail brewer, 
March 15 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, 
aud. ac. — John Bxmtford, Leamington Pru>r8, Warwickshire, 
coal merchant, March 21 at 12, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. ; March 22 at 12, dir. — Hannah 
Minchew, Bilston, Staffordshire, widow, grocer, March 15 at 

12, District Conrt of Bankruptqr, Birmingham, aud. ac. — FT. 
Lowe, Birmingham, plater, March 14 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac — James L, Wilis, Wor- 
cester, Uilor, March 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Birmingham, aud. ac— YTm. Welch, Birmbgham, yictualler, 
March 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, 
iud. ac— TAomot Tahhemer, Birmingham, com factor, March 
17 at 12, District Court of Bankrupti^, Birmhngham, aud. ac 
'-Barnes Brett, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, grocer, Bfarch 21 at 
hnlf-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Kingston-upon- 
Hull, aud. ac. and second and fin. dir. — 7^. Cooper, York, 
stock broker, March 16 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Leeds, aud. ac — F, Kirkhy, Leeds, Yorkshire, grocer, March 
16 at 11, District Conrt of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac — R, 
Niekson, Cefti Maior, Rnabon, Denbighshire, grocer, Mardi 
19 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac— 
Wm. Croudson, Wigan, Lancashive, iron merchant, March 13 
at 12, District Court of Bankruptqr, Manchester, aud. ac; 
March 14 at 12, diw.—Riehard SUerbeek, Pilkington, Lan- 
cashire, cotton spinner, March 13 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac ; Mardi 14 at 12, di?.-^/. 
Berkley, Newcastle-upon-Tjrne, merchant, March 13 at half, 
past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastk-upoa-Tyne, 
aud. ac; Mardi 15 at half-past 10, second and fin. dir. 
— /ade^ Russet the younger, WhitUesea, Isle of Ely, Cam- 
bridgeshire, builder, March 16 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, dij.'-Saml. L. Bensusan, Jacob L. Bensusan, and 
Joshua Levy Bensusan, Magdalen-row, Great Presoott-street, 
Goodman's-fields, Middlesex, merchants, March 13 at 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, diT.— VTm. Hoole and John 
Loekyer, St. James's-walk, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, metal 
tool merchants, March 14 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don, diT. Sep. est. W. Hoole.— T. Ridgway, Huddersfidd, 
Yorkshire, wool merchant, March 15 at half-past 1, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, dir.— i?icA. Button, Sambrook-court, 
Basingludl-street, London, wool broker, March 15 at 2, Court 
of Bankruptcy, XiOndon, dir.- Oeorye HiUon, Hitbe, Kent, 
grocer, March 13 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, dir. — 
Amne Brans, Raglan, Monmouthshire, fictualler, March 16 at 
11, District Coifrt of Bankruptcy, Bristol, dir.— /at. Philp, 
Bristol, wholesale stationer, March 16 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Bristol, dir.- J3. Fsnioick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
linen draper, Mardi 15 at half-past 10, District Court of Bank- 
mptoy, Newcastle-upoA-Tyne, fin. dir.— 2!ftomat Dalton, 

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Darlington, Durham, rope manufacturer, Mardi 15 st 1, Dii* 
trict C^urt of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dir.— T. 
Nesbiii and Robt. C. Nesbitt, Sunderland, Durham, brewen, 
March 15 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcutle- 
upon-Tyne, dir.— George Cradoek, Darlington, DoriisiB, toft 
maker, March 15 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, New* 
castle-upon-Tyne, fin. dir. — Geo. Atkins, Liferpod, brewv, 
March 19 at 11, District Conrt of Bankruptcy, I^Terpool,diT. 
^ James Coop, Radcliffe, Lancashire, timber merchant, Ifud 
14 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, di?.— If. 
Bllam the younger, Birmingham, patent cock founder, Mirck 
14 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy* Birmingham, fin. dir. 
— Thomas Lay, Dudley, Worcestershire, grocer, Mareh lit 
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, diT.-Jok 
Wainyfrighl, Digbeth, Birmingham, draper, March 17 it 1% 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. 

CxmTlFlOATBB. 

To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the conirerpma 
brfore the Day qf Meeting. 
Wm. Abbott and Wm. Abbott the younger, Bermoodiej* 
street, Southwark, Surrey, patent hair felt manu&etsmi, 
March 16 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Londoo.- 
George Thomas Saltmarsh, Houndsditch, London, wine Mr* 
chant, March 16 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Londoa.-C. 
Story the younger, High-street, Bow, and High-street, Fop* 
lar, Middlesex, hatter, March 16 at 11, Court of Banboptt?, 
London.—/. T. Bourne, Dilhom, Staffordshire, esrtheswiit 
dealer, March 20 at II, District Court of Bankmptof, Bir- 
mingham. 

7o be aUowetb by the Vice-Chaneellor ^ the Higb Omirf 

Chancery, acting in Bankruptcy, unless Causek9kw^i9 

the contrary on or btfore March 13. 

Gabriel Benda, Camomile-street, London, importer of^ 
reign goods.— fTm. Wood, Waddington,*Lincohiifaiief Ikon 
▼ictualler. — ^*raA«iii Butterfield, Hitchin, HertfordihBtr 
buUder.— ITm. Evans, Sheffidd, Yorkshire, knife mioaftc 
turer.- iS^. C Aaron, Brixton, Sussex, auetkmeer.— /^nrif 
Searle, Oxford, Uilor.— Jotiot Thomas Harrison, H^ 
street, Minories, Middlesex, cooper.— ANmin? Goeeh Bm^ 
Lirerpool, licensed Tictualler. 

Fiat akkuixbo. 

George Braund the younger, Bxeter, land surreyor. 

Scotch SBauBSTBATtoNS. ^^ 

John Lyell, Aberdeen, ironmonger.— Pe/tfr jB'***^_5Sl 
burgh, printer. — Thomas Gray, Glasgow, surfeoB.-vij«« 
Qimeron, Dingwall, printer.—/. Pattison, Bdinbnfgh«y 
to the signet.— Hatnkf and Jessie Hannah, IrHne, AnabuVf 
merchants.—/. Pearce, Edinburgh, dealer in raiiwsyfftf** 
DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. 

Charles Nash, Hereford, booksdler, March 15 •( ^^ 
County Court of Herefordshire, at Hereford. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who have filed their PetUiona in the Cowrt of BankrV^ 
and have obtained an Interim Order /or Proteetie^fi^ 
Process. 

John Sargeant, Barrow-upon-Humber, Linodnsbbet ^ 
of business, March 19 at 10, County Court of YorksltfJ^ 
Kingston-upon-HuU.— ^cmy Slater, Balsall-heatb, Kaf| 
Norton, Worcestershire, out of business, Feb. 26 at 2, (^ 
Court of Warwickshire, at Birmhigham.— /st. P^^ *; j* 
Hockley, Birmingham, merchant^i derk, Feb. ^ rjj 
County Court of Warwickshire, at Birmin|ham.--J5W*^ 
Deakin, Birmingham, baker, Feb. 26 at 2, Co^tf ^^^^ 
Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— /oAm Westwood, ^"^Jzl 
Huntingdonshire, dissenting minister, March 27 at 2, tgu 
Court of Huntingdonshire, at Huntingdon.— YTin. ^'^^ 



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County Court of Yorkshire, at Kingston-up 
WilkHkSon, Kingston-upon-Hull, fbmiture broKcr, '»'^ 
at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Kingston-upoo-jo 
— /oAfi Batty, Kingston-upon-HuU, superintendent d grr 
baths, Mardi 19 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, ^^^ 
ston-upon-Hull.— B«v. RusseU, Kingston-upon.Hdl,gJwj 
March 19 at 10, County Court ofYorkshire, ^Kto^ 
upon-HuU.— /oftMf Wm. Bogie tiie younger, Woooo^ 
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Sammet flbm Jeyp9^ Chalcroft-terrmot, New-cot, Lambeth, 
Surrey, foreitiire dealer. 
The f6Uowin§ Pritanersare ordered to be brought tgf b^ore 

a Judge of the Onmtg Court, to be examimed emd demit 

with according to the Stmtute:-' 
Ai the County Court qf Yorkehire, mt Kinobton-upon- 
Hull, IfarcA 19 a/ 10. 

Wm, Smith, KiagMtoo-npon-Hull, oat of bonness.— /oAn 
Dobeon the younger, Kin^too-upon-HoU, out of bosiness. 
Ai the Comiy Omri ^f QUmemtesrehire^ mi Glgucbstbr, 
Mmrch 12. 

Thowme Wood, CheKeDhom, appndaer. 
At the Onmtu Court qf Worceeierehire, at WoBcnTsm, 
March 14. 

Poberi Deoereum^ Wdland, thopkeeper.— OnirW Ihmu, 
Dadlej, out of bonnen. 
At the County Court qf Kent, at M aidstokb, Mmrch 6 mi 12. 

Charlee SpringeH, Lintoii, out of business. 

At the County Court qf Durham, at Dorham, March 9. 

Anthony BUmchard, Seaham-harbour, miiler.— /o*iiS«»- 
deraon. South Shields, builder-— /amet Wmieon, Stocktoo- 
upon-Tees, plumber.—/. W. Hogg, South Shields, fhiiterer. 
'— X. A. V. Budolpki, Sunderland-near-the-iea, out of busi- 
t pif^ —iTtM. Colledge, South Shields, master mariner. — Wm, 
Trewhiit, Bisbopwearmouth, out of business.-Vote fTeor, 
Seaham-harbour, ship owner. — John MereHe, Sunderiand, 
auctioneer. — Wm. C. S^tencer, Sunderland, hay dealer.— /oAii 
Boieon, Hunwick, near Bidiop Auckland, mason. 
Ai the County Court qf Cumberimnd, ai Ca&lisub, Feb. 27 
ai 10. 

Edward Nicholeon, Wreay, joiner. 
JU ttfl OomUy Oemri qf Breehnoehehire^ at Brsckmocx, 
MarthBmi 10. 

Wm. Aebury, Rnrkiand, LUnsaintfirMid, ooachmao. 

FRIDAY, FsBBUABT 2d. 
BANKBUPTS* 

ALFRED WE6TLEY, HdnKt-miHa, Sootfaill aad Biggiss. 
wdb, Bedfordshkia, miUer, BCareh 6 at 12, and April 13 at 
1, Cowt oi Baflkruptof, Losdon: Off. Ass. Cannan; SoL 
VaUanoe, 9« Old Jewrypfilamben, Old Jewry.— Fiat dated 
Feb. 21. 

RICHARD WEBSTER and RICHARD WEBSTER the 
younger, Con^iiU, London, chronouaeler makers and watch 
and dock manufantnsers, March 7 ait 12, and hffrU 3 at li, 
CoMTt of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ais. Stanafeld ; Sols. 
Bolding & Poper, Soof s-yard, Bush-lane, Cannon-st.— Fiat 
dated Feb. 20. 

BENJAMIN BARROTTE, North Wakham, Norfolk, imi- 
kecmr, Msroh 5 at 1, and AprU 16 at half-past 12, Court 
of BaiUcniptoy, Londcsi: Off. Ass. Torauand ; Sols. TayUr, 
Norwich; White & Co., 3^ Lincoln Vinn-fields. — Fiat 
dated Feb. 9. 

RICHARD CLARKE, Aldengate-st., London, wmUcd dyer, 
dealer and nhapw, (carrying on buainrss under the style 
or firm of Clarice h Co.), March 1 at 12, and April 9 at II, 
Court of Bankrupley, London: Off. Ass. Graham; Sols. 
Crosby & Compton, Cbnrch-court, Old Jewry. --Fiat dated 
Feb. 20. 

JANE DAVIS, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, buUder, Maivb 
1 and April 5 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. 
Ajs. Johnson ; SoL Farrar, Doctors-oommoos. — ^Flat dated 
Feb. 9. 

JOHN CHATTERTON the younger, Derby, lead merchant, 
dealer and diapoaan, March 9 and April 13 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston ; 
Sois. Haywood & Webb, Biraing^m.— Fiat dated Feb. 19. 

WILLIAM MILES, Worcester, stock and share broker, 
dealer and chapman, March 8 and April 19 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham t Off. Ass. Christie; 
Sols. Daniel, Worcester; Edwards, 14, Clement's-inn, 
London.— Fiat dnlsd Feb. 17 



BENJAMIN LOWE, HU-top, WesOiromwieh, StaffonlsUre, 
aer,nrorisk* 
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miner, nroriiAon dsnler, 



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and chapman, Masoh 7 and 



Off: Ass. Whitmovoi ^olt. DoigBan & Henmant, WalMlL 
—Fiat dated Feh. 19. 



JOSEPH BU8ST, Walsall, Staflbrddbire, timber 

dealer and chapman. March 3 at 12, and April 10 at half, 
past U, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : (HL 
Ass. WMtmore; Sols. Hodgson, Birmingham; VenBing& 
Co., 9. Tokenhouse-yard, Lothbury, London.— Fbit datsd 
Dec 23. 
JOSEPH lYEY BAKER and WILLIAM BENNETT 
BAKER, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, iron denlecu, Mar^ 
10 and Apra 12 at 12, District Court of Bonlornptor, 
Birmingham n Off. Ase. Valpy; SoU Robinsoii* Wolfer- 
hampton. — Flat dated Feb. 16. 
JOHN STADDON, Holsworthy, Deronshire, grooer and 
dealer in eartiienware, dealer and chapman, Mnroh 6 and 
27 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter s Off. Ass. 
Hemaaan; S6U, Stogdoo, Exeter; Baker & Co., lime- 
street, London.— Fiat dated Feb. 20. 
EDWARD DAVIS, Mamhull, Dorsetshire, cattle dealer and 
temer, Maroh 7 and 28 at 11, District Court of Bai^. 
mptcy, Exeter: Off. Ass. Hirtad; Sols. Slade & Viaing, 
Yeoril; Terrell, Exeter; Cragg & Jeyes, 22, Bedlofd-rov, 
London.- Fiat dated Feb. 14. 
WILLIAM SCOTT, Exeter, ironmonger and tinmsui, March 
8 and 29 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter: 0£ 
Asfl. Hirtzel ; Sols. Turner, Exeter ; Spyer, Broad-sCreet- 
buildkigs, London.— Hat dated Feb. 20. 
HENRY FENWICK, Liverpool, banker, dealer and dii©- 
man, March 2 and April 3 at 11, District Court of Banx- 
ruptcy, liTerpool: Off. Ass. Turner; Sols. Dnnesn & 
Radcttffe, LiTcrpool ; Gregory ic Co., Bedford-row, Loo- 
don.— Fiat dated Feb. 6. 
JOHN KRAUS8, Manchester, agent, desler and chapman, 
March 8 «md 29 at 12, District Couit of Bkakruptey, 
MMM^ester t Off. Ass. Hobaon ; Sok. PMter, Ms m^neO h s T ; 
Johnson & Co., Teuiple, London.— Fiat dated Feb. 16. 

Mkbtutos. 
Joeeph Bughe e den mtd Aiexamder Mmchmy , Chi in i rwi a gnr i , 
East Indies, meMhaato, March 6 at 11^ Court oT Baakruptej, 
London, last ex.— out. Howard, Kingston, Sanray, sod Great 
Tower-st., London, wine menhant, March 9 at 12, Coast of 
Bankruptcy, London, last ex.— JbAa Henry Gsloa, Stonisa 
Massey, Essex, cattle dealer, March 6 at lU Court of Bsak- 
ruptcy, London, sp. aff.~/eia Foreier, Shafto, Hartirani, 
Northnmberiand, banker, March 7 at 1, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Newcastle-uaon-Tyne, last ex.— T^osms S mm utl 
Shmriand^ Frome Selwood, Somersetshire, linen dnper, Mardi 
6 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, sp. aff.^JUb. 
Hebblethwaite and Jamee Hirst, Halifax, Yorkshire, dyers, 
March 5 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, sp. aff.— 
John Wentworih Slyer, Cambridge, baker, March 19 at 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. — John Binne, New- 
land-place, Kensington, and Acton, Middlesex, linen draper, 
March 19 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ae.— 
David Fraier, Little Tower, st., Londkm, shipowner, Mardi 
17 at 11, Court of Bankraptcy, London, aud. ac.— /. VaW$ 
the elder, Sparkford, Somersetsfaire, cheese dealer, March 16 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, and. ac. ; Mardi 
20 at 1 1 , diy.— T^lomaf Read, Manchester, cigar dealer, Mardt 

15 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ac; 
March 16 at II, diy.— /ote Taylor, Ui^linwood, near Old- 
ham, and Bfaachester, rope manuAioturer, March 16 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ac— Clariet 
Satneon, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Lancashire, brewer, Mardi 

16 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac 
— Charlee Maeon, Manchester, and Longsight, Lancashire, 
paper manufacturer, Mardi 16 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Manchester, and. ec—Joeeph R. Simpson, Sheffield, 
Yorkshire, spring knife manu^tnrer, March 17 at 10, Dis- 
trict Court of Baokruptcy, Sheffield, aud. Bc—Wm. Limiey, 
Conisbrough, Yorkshire, scythe manufacturer, March 17 at 
10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield, aud. ac— ^ 
Wise, Wolborough, Nicholas Baker, Newton Bushel, H|gfa- 
wick, and Wm, 8. Beniall, Totnes, Devonshire, bankers, 
March 28 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. 
ac— OI/*erf Currie, Church-row, Upper-street, Iriington, 
Middlesex, and St. Swidua's-lane, Lombard-street, London, 
oil warehouseman, March 22 at half-past 11, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, dkf.—Johm Peterson, Mount-stnet, I^m- 
beth, Surrey, dsoemdur, Mareh 19 at 12, Court of Bank- 
ruptOT, London, div.— F^^. Peahe and John Jillistge, Hani* 
ton, Doronshire, drapere, March 19 at half-past I, Court of 
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an intent to hinder creditors. His Lordship must 
have meant hy indebted, indebted to that extent, 
that, in the language of Richardson v. SmaUwood, a 
state of dbtress, or that state of circamstanoes, exists, 
in which a man most be supposed not to denude 
himself of property without incurring visible risk 
of hindering creditors, if hb deed should stand good. 
If that were not so, it would be scarcely possible 
for a man, in any state of circumstances, ever to make 
a valid voluntary settlement ; for, as observed by Lord 
Langdale, in Totensend v. Westacotty (2 Beav. 344), 
*^ There is scarcely a man who can avoid being indebted 
to some amount. He may intend to pay every debt as 
soon as it is contracted, and constantly use his best en- 
deavours, and have ample means to do so, and yet may 
be frequently, if not always, indebted in some small 
sum." In all the cases, we believe, before Skarff v. 
Soulbyy in whidi a voluntary settlement has been set 
aside, the settlor has been considerably indebted — in- 
debted to that extent, that great doubt of his actual or 
continuing solvency must have been imputed to him ; 
and the doctrine, that being merely indebted will avoid 
a deed, is rather the result of dictum than of decision. 
In Richardson v. Smalheood there had been a continuing 
state of debt for a long time. So, in WhUUnqUm v. 
Jmnifhgs (6 Sim. 4d3) ; and in Lord Townshend v. Wind- 
homy it must be collected that Uie settlor was largely 
indebted, and it does not appear that he had any con- 
siderable means of providing for his debts, except the 
very estate conveyed. The doctrine laid down in Kid- 
n^ V. CkmssmakeTy (12 Yes. 136), that a voluntary set- 
tlement is only void as against creditors who were cre- 
ditors at the time, qualified as it has been by subse- 
quent cases, to this extent, that the deed can only be 
set aside at the instance of persons who were creditors 
at the time, (see Ede v. KnowUsy 2 You. & C. 178), 
supports the view that we are taking, that what the 
Court looks for is proof that the settlor was so indebted, 
that an inference arises in favour of his having settled 
his property with a view to delay creditors — an inference 
which justly arises, where it is found that, in fact, the 
debts which existed at the time of the settlement have 
not been paid since, but which does not justly arise if 
the debts which then existed have been paid in due 
course. We conceive, on the whole, that the true prin- 
ciple to be collected from the cases is this — ^that, in order 
to set aside a voluntary settlement under the 13 Eliz., it 
must be shewn that the settlor was at the time in such 
circumstances that inability to pay his debts was actu- 
ally existent, or reasonably to be apprehended by him, 
so that a presumption arises that the settlement was 
made with intent to hinder creditors; that indebted 
or not indebted, and the extent to which the settlor was 
indebted, are merely evidence from which the Court 
will conclude that such a presumption arises ; and that 
a trifling debt, due at the time of the settlement, and 
remaining unpaid, if it were shewn that at the time , 
of the settlement the settlor was abundantly solvent, 
would not be sufficient to set aside the deed. 



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2 



PRESEPIT STATE OF THE LAW OF JOINT- 
STOCK COMPANIES, COMPLETELY REGIS- 
TERED UNDER THE STATUTE 7 & 8 VICT. 
c. 110. 



Until lately it was supposed, that, since as before 
the passing of the Joint-stock Companies Registratioa 
Act, (7 & 8 Vict. c. 110), all oottpaetes, whatever might 
be the number of the members or partners, and of what- 
ever nature or extent might be the object undertakeen, 
which were not incorporated by act of Parliament or by 
royal charter, or privileged by letters-patent, (under I 
Vict. c. 73), were in law, as regarded the mode in 
which they should incur lutbilities to the public, and 
the extent to which the funds of the individual mem- 
bers (within certain limits, relating to the direction 
of such liabilities) should be affected, not materially 
difierent from ordinary partnerships, consisting of two 
or three partners, and undertaken for private nurpoaea. 
It now appears, however, from some recent aecidoni^ 
that a company, completely registered under the 7 & B 
Vict. c. 110, may, by its a^ent, acting in the most rs- 
gular way of ordinarjr busineas, incur the heaviest fia- 
bilities, and yet, provided they can shew that the acts 
of their agent, who has been so acting for them in the 
face of the world, are not in strict conformity with the 
authority given by their deed of settlement, n&ay be 
able to set up that act as a defence against beiq^ com- 
pelled to meet them. 

In the cases of i2fti/M^v. The PlymoyihOrimdmffCom^ 
panyy and The King's Bridge Flour-mill Compaq ▼. The 
Samsy (12 Jur. 542, 545), in the Court of Excbeqaez, 
at the Sittings in Banc after Trinity Term, 18^ it 
was, among other points of importance, decided, that 
in an action af^ainst a joint-stock company, completely 
registered under the stat. 7 & 8 Vict. o. ilQ, oa a oon- 
tract made in their name, the deed constitutiag the 
company, a copy of which has been delivered to the 
registrar on complete regislration, is receivable in evi- 
dence, to shew what persons have power to act for the 
company ; and that where, by the terms of such deed, 
the management of the company b committed to a boaia 
of eleven directors, (five of whom are to be %qu9tum. 
for the dispatch of business), the acts of the hoard are 
not evidence to bind the company, unless it be okewa 
that at least five directors were present. In the aamt 
cases it was held, that a contract, entered into by sseh 
company, without all the formalities required by thi 
44th section of the act, 7 & 8 Vict. c. 110, may be to- 
forced against the company, though not iy them. It do« 
not seem very easy to reconcile tnese two decJBJoni, or 
to reconcile the former of them with the act in ques- 
tion. The result, however, is, that (unless it §m}ald 
be held that all contracts, having the requisites envme- 
rated in the 44th section, shall be valid and effeetval) 
the only safe mode of dealing with such companies wiU 
be to inspect first their deed of settlement. Tfaia pro- 
ceeding would be attended with such a degree of trouUei 
expense, and loss of time, that, in the recent caae ti 
Smith and Others v. The Hull Glass Compamyy at the 
Nisi Prius Sittings at Guildhall, on the 1 1th November 
last, Mr. Justice Cresswell, in ohamng the jury, f the 
above-mentioned case of Ri^U^ v. The Plymamik Chrvsi 
ing Company having been cited to him), said, ^ There 
is a new mode of constituting joint-stock oompaniea. 
The results of this case will make such companies father 
worse than better off than they were before. It wfll 
now be very difficult to make a contract with vxj 
joint-stock comi>any, eoroept with ready money." 

In the case cited above, (SbtM and 0ther9 v. 1%$ 
Hull GHass CowifHH^)y the action was brought to raooftr 
177/. Ss. 6d.y m req>ect of a Quantity of xains^ a 
species of unrefined ore of cobalt glass, used in the 
manufiM^ure of coloured glaas, supphed to the ^ ' ~^ 



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General, (10 CI. & Fin. 1), where the will contained a 
direction to sell, which, it was contended, was only to 
take effect in case the testator left no heirs in tail, (as 
happened), and the legatee of the proceeds elected to 
take the land in specie, it was held, that the duty was 
payahle on the value of the land. The principal debate 
in that case was, whether there was a direction or a 
mere power to seU ; and it was considered, that there 
was an absolute direction, Lord Cottenham observing, 
that the criterion was, whether the trust amounted to 
a conversion of the real property out and out into per- 
sonalty, or whether it was to be considered as a direc- 
tion to sell, for the purpose of paying off certain 
charges, debts, and so on. ''The decision," his Lord- 
ship said, ** turns upon the opinion formed ^varying, of 
course, according to the expressions used) upon the 
question, whether it falls under one denomination or 
another. ... It is not necessary that the words of the 
power should contain an absolute direction to the trus- 
tees to sell. The intention of the testator must be 
gathered from all the provbions of the deed." 

The criterion being, whether the trust amounts to 
a conversion or not, and not whether, in fact, a 
sale takes place, it follows, that, if there is a mere 
discretionary power to sell, not amoimting to an equi- 
table conversion, the duty will not be payable, though 
a sale takes place. (Re Evans, 2 C, M., & R. 206. 
See also some Scotch cases to the same effect, cited 10 
CI. & Fin. 14). In the case of In re Evans, Lord Lynd- 
hurst, C. B., said, that every subject had a right so to 
shape the dbposition of his property as to avoid the 
legacy-duty, if possible ; and that there was no fraud 
in so doing. It was not necessary that the word '' di- 
rected" should be found in the will ; but the question 
was, whether there was such an obvious intention, and 
such a necessity for a sale to effectuate the purpose of 
the will, as that a sale could be said to be directed? 

The principle of the preceding cases was lost sight of 
in The Attomq^-Greneral v. Mangles, (6 Mee. & W. 
120), where there was an absolute trust for conversion 
and distribution of the real and personal estate as one 
fund, (which conversion the testator, in a subsequent part 
of the will, referred to as having been by him directed); 
but among the general powers given to the trustees was 
a power to defer any sale so long as they might think 
fit, and to cause any part or parts of the real and per- 
sonal estates to be valued, instead of being sold and 
allotted to any of the legatees at the amount of such 
valuation: but to be considered as personal estate. Part 
of the real estate was allotted and part was sold. The 
Crown claimed duty both on the value of the land 
dlotted, and on the proceeds of that which was sold. 
The Court, during the ar^ment, intimated so decided 
an opinion as to the liability of the part which was 
sold^ that the counsel for the legatees gave up that 
point. There are some other interlocutory dicta to be 
found in the report, from which, as well as from their 
judgments, it would appear that the learned judges had 
forgotten dl that they might have learned on the equity 
side of the court. It was held, that the unsold land 
was not liable to duty. Parke, B., said—" The Crown 
is clearly entitled to the legacy-duty on the part of the 
estate wnich is sold ; the remaining question is, whe- 
ther, taking all the will together, tnis is a direction to 
the trustees to convert the estate into money, or whe- 
ther it b really left in their discretion not to convert it 
into money, but to leave it as land ?" How the Court 
could even allow it to be argued, that the trustees had 
power to prevent a conversion, after the express declar- 
ation of the testator that the land, though unsold, was 
to be considered as personalty, b inexplicable. The 
case, however, b clearly overruled by JVilliamson v. 
The Advocate-General, (10 CI. & Fin. 1). 

In The Attom^-General v. Mangles the Court did 
not profess to overrule the case of In re Evans, or any 



other case ; but, in the recent case of The Attam^-Gt- 
neral v. Simcox, the Court of Exchequer, after neaily 
three years' deliberation, expressly overruled the de- 
cision in Re Evans, The testator, in that case, de- 
vised hb real estates to trustees and their heirs, in trai 
to pay the rents to hb brothers and sbter, and the 
survivors and survivor of them, for their lives and 
the life of the survivor of them ; and after the death of 
the survivor to convey the estates to all his nepliews 
and nieces living at his death, equally, as nearly asthej 
could make partition of the same, and in the meantime 
to pay the rents to them. And he declared, that, for the 
purpose of such partition, it should be lawful lor hk 
trustees to sell all or any part of the said estates, and 
that they should stand possessed of the money arisinc 
from any such sale, upon the same trusts as were decJsivd 
concerning the residue of the personal estate, ^beingnmi- 
lar trusts to those declared of the realty), with a super- 
added declaration as to the time of payment. The estates 
having been sold, it was held that the duty was par- 
able. Pollock, C. B., after citing the clause in tse 
Stamp Act, said, ^' Is this, then, an estate directed to be 
sold ? If it is, then the duty attaches ; if it is not, tiben 
no duty attaches." After commenting on the cases «C 
Re Evans and The Attorney-General v. Mcmgleg^ and 
observing, that it was clear, from the latter case, that 
the existence of a discretion did not prevent the duty 
from attaching, hb Lordship proceeded : <* In the con- 
flict or apparent conflict of authorities, we must look 
to the principle of the decisions, which, of course, are 
founded wholly on the language of the statute. The duty, 
it will be observed, attaches on money which is given to 
one or more legatees, and which has aiisen from the 
sale of estates directed by the testator to be sold. There 
is certainly nothing in the language of the statute, 
which, in terms, confines its operation to cases where 
the direction to sell is absolute. If a testator should 
direct his land to be sold, and the money to be divided 
among legatees on any given contingency — as, for in- 
stance, in case his property should be under a oertun 
value, or in case his eldest son should succeed to a fiamily 
estate, or in case A. B. should agree to concur in w 
sale — there can surely be no doubt but that, on the 
happening of the contmgency and consequent nie, duty 
would attach. The land would then be land direct^ 
to be sold. So, again, if the testator should direct the 
sale of a particular estate in case A. B. should thmk 
such sale to be for the benefit of the testator's childrcii, 
then, upon A. B. signifving his opinion that it would 
be for the benefit of his children, the direction would 
be absolute, and dut^ would attach. It can make no 
difference tnat A. B. b himself the trustee for sale; and 
it follows, that in case of a devise to trustees to sdl if 
they shall think it expedient and for the benefit of the 
cestuis so to do, duty would attach if they do think it 
expedient, and therefore sell." This argument is, no 
doubt, ingenious, and worthy of the schoolmen, but it 
is contrary not onl^ to the authorities we have quoted, 
(including the opinion of Lord Cottenham, upon whidi 
the House of Lords acted), but to the words of the sta- 
tute itself. The learned Chief Baron holds, that the 
duty attaches because a sale is directed, and he says, 
that a sale b directed whenever in event any one, acting 
under the authority of the testator, directs or effects a 
sale. But the statute imposes the duty only when the 
sale is " directed by the will." And, in the case put 
by the Chief Baron, the direction b given by another 
pei-son, after the testator's decease. It would bean ex- 
traordinary use of the maxim, " Qui facit per aliom 
facit per se," to hold that '' direction" incluaes Nberty, 
license, permission. If a testator says that in a given 
event the land shall be sold, he directs a sale ; but if 
A. B., deriving from the testator authority to say whe- 
ther a sale shall take place or not, directs a safe, how 
can the testator be said to direct a sale? See how 



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Ohucester—Benjhmin Nankivell Trip, Esq., Gloucester. 

Undersh., Anthony Gilbert Jones, Esq., Glonccatcr, 

Dep.f R. A. Goodman, 3, Serjeant's Inn, Fleet-st. 
Olouce$ter8hire — Wm, Philip Price, Esq., Tibberton -court. 

Undersh, t J. Burmp, Esq., Berkley-st. Gloaceeter. 

Dep8„ White, Eyre, & White, 11, Bedford-row. 
Hnmpthire — W. Gamier, Esq., Rookesbary-park, Wickham. 

17 ^—1 /C' J* Gunner, Esq., Bishops Waltham. 

Vnaenh., <^ Seagrim. Esq., Winchester. A. U. 

Deps.t Trindcr & Eyre, 1, John-street, Bedford-row. 
JTer^ordffAire— William Bameby, Esq., Clater. 

Undersh,, Francis L. Bodenham, Esq., Hereford. 

Deps,t Overton & Hughes, 25, Old Jewry. 
Herifordshire—Ahel Smith, Esq., Woohall Park, Watton, 
near Ware. 

Undersh, , Longmore & Sworder, Hertford. 

Deps,, Hawkins & Co., 2, New Boswell-conrt, Lin- 
coln's Inn. 
Htmt, Sf Camb, —Ehenczer Foster, Esq., Trumpington. 

Undersh,, E. & C. Foster, Cambridge. 

Deps., J. & C. Cole, 4, Adelphi-terrace. 
JTen^— William Masters Smith, Esq., Gravesend. 

Undersh,, George Essell, Esq., Rochester. 

Deps., Palmer, France, & Palmer, 24, Bedford-row. 
Erngston-upon- Hull— iohn Gleadow Feame, Esq., West 
Parade, Hull. 

Undershot io\m Hewitt Galloway, 23, Bishop's-lane, 
HuU. 

Dep,, L. Hicks, (Hicks & Marris), 5, Gray's Inn-sq. 
IrOfitfafAtrtf — John Smith Entwisle, Esq., Foxholes, near 
Rochdale. 

IT J..-.1 / Lawrence Peel, Esq., Liverpool. 

^'»**^'"-»\Wilson,Son,& Deacon, Preston. A.U. 

Deps,t Wiglesworth, Ridsdale, & Craddock, 5| 
Gray's Inn. 
lAietstershireSohn Goodacre, Esq., Lutterworth. 

Undersh,, Robert W. Fox, Esq., Lutterworth. 

Deps,^ Campbell & Witty, Essex-street, Strand. 
J^4;leM— Sinkler Chinn, Esq., Lichfield. 

Undersh,, John P. Dyott, Esq., ten,, Lichfield. 

Deps,, Messrs. Barton, Lincom'a I on -fields. 
X^nco/ii— Charles Allison, Esq. 

Undersh,, Richard Mason, Esq., Lincoln. 

Deps., Taylor & Colliton, 28, Great James-street, 
Bedford-row. 
Lineolnshire^J9me» W. Yorke, Esq., Watmsgate. 



Undersh, 



J F. T. White, Esq., Boston. 

•Ih. — - - - 



. Williams, Esq., Lincoln. A.U. 
Deps,, Abbott, Jenkins, & Abbott, 8, New Inn. 
Xondoii— Thomas Q. Finnis, Esq., Great Tower-street and 
Swanstead, 
Undersh., J. E. Shearman, Esq., 23, Great Tower- 
street. 
Deps.t James & Potter, Secondaries Office, Basing- 
haU-street. 
Middiesejp — J. E. Goodhart, Esq., Doughty-street, Mecklen- 
bui^- square. 
Undershot G. T%mplm, Esq., 159, Fencburch-street. 
Deps,f Messrs. Burchells, 24, Red Lion-square, 
Holbom. 
Monmouthshire — Johfk A. Herbert, Esq., Llanarth- court. 
Undersh** Blount & Davis, Usk. 
Deps., White, Eyre, & White, 11, Bedford-row. 
I^eweastle^upon'7)fne — N. G. Lambert, Esq., Newcastle-* 
npon-Tyne. 
Undersh,, R. Lambert, Esq., Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
/)»«., Bell, Brodrick, & Bell, 9, Bow-chnrcbTard. 
Norfolk—Vf, Mason, Esq., Necton Hall, Necton, Norfolk, 
,,. ^.^jL f F. J. Blake, Esq., King-street, Norwich. 
Unturtti.,'^^ Taylor & Sons, Norwich. A.U. 
Dep., J. W. Flower, 61, Bread-street, Cheapside. 
Northamptonshire — Henry Nevile, Esq., Walcot. 
Undersh,, Henry Lamb, Esq., Kettering. 
Deps., Stables & Bum, 1 CopthaU-court. 
Northmnberland^iohnB, Hinde, E^., StellinghaU. 
Undersh,, li. W. Fenwick, Esq., Newcastle. 
!)»., J. Stevenson, 3, King's.road, Bedford-row. 
Norwich — R. Chamberlin, Esq., Catton-next- Norwich. 
Undersh,, Arthmr Dalrymple, Esq., Norwich. 
Deps,^ Biroham, Dalrymple, & Drake, 46, Pariia- 
ment-street. 



Nottinghttm — Edward Steedman, Esq., Nottingfaam. 

Undersh., Christopher Swan, Esq., Notthigliam.. 

Deps., Holme, Loftus, & Young, 10, New Imu 
iVd/ffii^Aiim#Atre— Granville H. Vemon, Esq.» Grore- 

Undersh,, John Brewster, Esq., NoCtingtem. 

Deps,, Taylor & CoUison, 28, Great Jaariia liiMl, 
Bedford-row. 
Oxfordshire~^S. W. Gardiner, Esq., Coombe Lodge, Wliit- 
church. 

Undersh,, S. Cooper, Esq., Henley-on-Thames. 

Dep,, Charles Berkeley, 52, Lincoln's Inn-fields. 
Poo/e— John W. Martin, Esq., Poole. 

Undersh,, William Parr, Esq., Poole. 
Rutlandshire^ J , T. Springthorpe, Esq., Manton, oeir 
Uppingham. 

Undersh., Wullam Gtlson, Esq., Uppinriisaii. 

Deps., Capes & Stuart, 1, Field -court, Qrs^^ Ha. 
Shropshire—?, Corbett, Esq., Longnor Hall, SfarciiuWi'j. 

TT^A^mh /G«orge M. Salt, Esq., ShrewrinuT« 

unaersn,, ^ j j p^j^ j.^ Shi«wrfmry. A. JJ. 

Dep., Harvey Bowen Jones, 22, Anstin-lristf«. 
Somersetshire— Qtam William Blathwayt, Esq., Piirliik 
Langley, St. Albyn. 

Undersh,, Frederick Dowding, Esq., Bath. 

Dep,, Edward John Horton, 11, Fumiyal's Ina. 
Southampton — Richard Andrews, Esq., 

Undersh., Edward Harrison, Esq., SoothamptofL 

Deps,, Trinder Ac Eyre, 1, John-street, Bedford-row. 
5/i{^or(2tAlre— Charles Arkwright, Esq., Dunstall HaU. 

Undersh,, Robert William Hand, Esq., Sta«brd« 

Deps,, White, Byre, & White, 11, fi^dlbni-foir. 
<S^/il^-The Rt. Hon. John Lord Henmker, Tbonwaa fi^L 
i9mrr«y— WilUam Fmds G. Fkrmer, Esq., Noasook Pask. 

Undersh,, Charles Jaaies Abbott. Esq., New la^ 

Deps., Abbott, Jenkins, & Abbott, 8, New Ibiw 
iSWsse^p— Richard S. Strtatfeild, The Rocks, Uckfield. 

Undersh., Francis Harding Gell, Esq., L^rea, 

Deps., Palmer, France, & Palmer, Bedford-row. 
Warwickshire—Six Theophilus Biddulph, Bart., Birdingboff. 

Undersh., Robert Poole, Esq., Kenilworth. 

Dep, , Richard Raven, 2, King's -bench- walk, 
Westmoreland—Tht Right Hon. Henry Eari of lliaiiet. 

Undersh,, John Heelis, Esq., Appleby. 

Dep., George Moaasey Gray, 9, Staple laft. 
Fnni^ltre— Robert Parry Nisbett, Bsq^ SovthbiooiBe Bmmt, 

Undersh,, Gabriel Ooldney, Bsq.. Chtppealuni. 

Dep,, W. Lewis, 6, Raymond-bnildiiigi, Qeaf*u Ibm. 
Worcester— Frtdtrick HaU, Esq., Worcester. 

Undersh., William Samuel Price Hughes, Ea^« 

Dep., G. Becke, 38, Bedford-place, Bloomsbnrj-si. 
fToreeilerfiltre— John Dent, Esq., Walcot. 

TTmAm^k / J^ohn Tymbs, Esq., Worcester. 
unaersH,, < ^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ Worcester. A. tJ. 

Dep., Geo. HaU, 11, New BosweU-conrt, lindoia'i 
Inn. 
rori(— Richard Evers, Esq., York. 

Undersh., Josmh Munby, Bsq., Yovk, 

Dep,, J. W. Flower, 61, Bread-street, 
Torh^^re—O. V. Harcourt, Esq., Swinton Park, 

Undersh., WUHam Gray, Esq., York. 

Bepo., BeU, Brodiidc, & BeU, Bow Clmrah^^td. 

NORTH WALES. 

Aniflesep— Stephen Roose, Esa., Esq., Tan y Ian. 

Undersh,, Robert P. Lewydrath, Esiq., Bangtt, 

Deps,, Capes & Stuart, 1, Field-court, Gray*8 Ian. 
Carnarvonshire — Samuel Owen Priestley, Esq., Treitt. 

Undersh., Thomas EUis, Esq., Pwl&eli. 

Dep,, William Jones, 7, Crosby-square, Oi^ 
Denbighshire— Thomu Griffith, Esq., TrevaUyn HaU. 

Undersh,, Charles Walter Wyatt, Esq., St. AHph. 

Deps, Bkkxam & Ellison, 1, Lincoln's Inn ioMa 
Flint$hire—?hi\ip Lake Godsal, Esq., Iscoyd Park. 

Undersh,, A. J. Roberts, Esq., Mold. 

Deps,, Milne, Parry, & Co., 2, Harcourt-btdldiogSr 
Temple. 
Merionethshire— Rdbert Daties Jones, Esq., AberHafenig. 

Undersh., T. W. Q. Bonsall, Esq., Madmylletft. 

Deps,, Hohne, Loftus, & Young, 10, New Ina. 



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and. ac. ; March 28 at 11, di?. sep. est. John Tkuell, — Ja$, 
Jepton, Driffield, Yorkshire, draper, March 21 at 10, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Kingston-upon-Hull, and. ac. ; March 
28 at 11, div. — W. Wmtton, Elland, Yorkshire, ironmoDger, 
March 27 at 11, District Court of Bankraptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. ; 
at 12. fin. dir.~-Thoma$ Ivet, Wakefield, Yorkshire, dyer, 
March 20 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, and. ac. 
'-'ThovMt Booths Faaeley, Staffordshire, miller, March 20 at 
10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — /. 
Ruitetlt Leamington-priors, Warwickshire, grocer, March 20 
at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — 
Wm, Smith f Uttozeter, Staffoitlshire, mercer, March 27 at 

10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — 
William Mott, Regent-street, Piccadilly, Middlesex, laoeman, 
March 20 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, di?. — ThM, 
Lett, Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire, builder, March 20 at 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. — P, K. Fowetl and B. 
T. Cratfurd^ Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, and Piccadilly, Mid- 
dlesez, wine merchuits, March 20 at half- past 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, div. sep. est. of F. K. FowelL — R, DaW' 
son, Thomey, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, grocer, March 22 at 
half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcr, London, div. — J. Binnt, 
Newland-plaoe, Kensington, and Acton, Middlesex, linen 
draper, March 22 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, di?. 
—'Fred, Leake, Regent-street, Westminster, and George- yard, 
Westminster, Middlesex, relievo leather manufiictnrer, March 
22 at half.past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, diy. — John 
Baylie the younger and Jamee BayUe, Gutter-lane, Cheapside, 
London, crape manufacturers, March 22 at half-past 12, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London, diy.— /fetiry Bueiland, Charles-st., 
Manchester-square, Middlesex, cabinet maker, Mardi 23 at 

11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, dir,— William Willie, 
Trowbridge, Wiltshire, wool broker, March 22 at 2, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, diy. — Richard Sergeant, Maidstone, 
Kent, oilman, March 22 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, 
diy. — Henry Smith, Bast Mailing, Kent, paper manufacturer, 
March 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, diy. — Ayth' 
ford Wiee, Wolborough, N. Baker, Newton Bushel, Highwick, 
•nd Wm. S, Bentall, Totnes, Devonshire, bankers, March 29 
at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, diy. — Joeeph 
Wooler, Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, draper, March 20 at 1, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fin. diy. 
^-Charlee Wright, Sunderlimd, Durham, hatter, March 20 at 

12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, first 
and fin. Aiw, -^Joeeph Trewiek tiie younger, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, draper, March 22 at half.past 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fin. diy. — A. Vickere, 
Manchester, ironmonger, March 22 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, fin. diy. — Chae, Sameon, Chorlton- 
upon-Medlock, Lancashire, brewer, March 22 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, diy.— '7*Aot. Southall and 
Chae. Cfrudgington, Sea Brook Iron Works, Tipton, Stafford- 
•hire, iron masters, March 20 at 10, District Court of Bank- 
ivptqr, Birmingham, diy. sep. est. of 7*. Southall, — C Aeh' 
ford, Birmingham, packing-case maker, March 20 at 10, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankniptcy, Birmingham, fin. diy. 

Cbrtificatbi. 
7b he ailowedf tm/ftt Cauee be ehewn to the contrary on or 
before the Day qf Meeting. 
John Oilee, Shoreditch, Middlesex, clothier, March 20 at 
12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — Richard Bargeee Scale* 
L^ftonstone, Essex, lodging-house keeper, March 21 at 12f 
Court of Bankruptcy, I^ndon.— fFm. Jonm, Beckford-row« 
Walworth, Surrey, grocer, March 22 at 12, Court of Bank- 
niptcy, London. — Andrew Hewlett, Abbott's Ann, South- 
ampton, carpenter, March 23 at 11, Court of Buikruptcy, 
London. — Wm. Keye, Robert-place, Commerdal-road East, 
Middlesex, woollen draper, March 21 at 12, Court of Bankrupt- 
cy, London. — John Btuh, Darkhouse-lane, Billingsgate, Lon- 
don, coffee-house keeper, March 21 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London.— 7*Aoff. T, Hay don, Hammersmith, Surrey, butcher, 
March 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, hondon,^ Nieholae 
Butler, Portaea-place, Edgeware*road, Middlesex, wholesale 
stationer, March 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — 
Fiw%ei» Cook Matthewe, Great Driffield, Yorkshire, agricul- 
tural chemist, March 20 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Leeds. — John Maunder, Mark, Somersetshire, draper, Mardi 
20 at 11, Dutrict Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.— Gi>/tt P. 
Henry and Henry John Chambere, Kirkdale, Liverpool, vi* 
a^gar brewers, March 21 aft 11, Diatrkt Court of Bankraptcy, 



Liverpool.— Gsor^e Thomae Arnold, liverpool, news i _ 
March 20 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, LiTerpooL— 
George Price, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, printer* Msfd 
22 at 12, District Court of Bai^miptcy, Birminghmn. — A^frei 
Kentey Taylor, Ledbury, Herefordslure, draper, Mardk 22 st 
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, — SetwU. Amtt, 
Hanley, Staffordshire, scrivener, March 20 at 10, I>iitzict 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. 
To be allowed by the Viee'Chancettor qf the Hiffh Orarf V 

Chancery, acting m Bankruptcy, unleee Comae be e ht w m U 

the contrary on or btfore March 20. 

Wm, Sileoek the younger, Crawley-street, Oaklej-aqune, 
St. Pancras, Middlesex, victualler.— ?Fm. Couch and Johm D. 
Couch, Swansea, Glamorganshire, ship diandlen. — Robert 
Hicke, Lower Belgrave-street, Flmlico, Middlesex, apotkc- 
cary.--yoAii Speakman, Astley, Lancashire, joiner. — Peter 
Clark the younger, Colchester, Essex, pawnbroker.— /«Ai 
Bdw, Bacon, Upper Russdl-street, Bermondaej, smd Msis- 
more-square, New Peckham, Surrey, leather factor. — Aleo- 
ander A. Black, Liverpool, ship owner.— 7bA» Baroem, 
Snenton, Nottinghamshire, brace manufkcturer. — OoorfeAx^* 
land, Moorgate-street, London, and Brixton, Sorrey, and 
Henry Otutin, Cecil-street, Strand, Middlesex, merchanfts.— 
Jae. B, Gordon, Church-row, limdiouse, Middlesex, cooper. 
— Reee Daviet, Cwm Tawe, Ystradgonlais, Bracknocfafaice, 
innkeeper. — Bladet Pallieter, Gravesend, Kent, innkeeper.— 
Jamee Moeee Bridgland, Wardour-street, Soho, Mlddkec, 
piano forte manufacturer. 

Partnership Dissoltbd. 

T. M, Loveland and H, H. Beckitt, LincolnViim-fieldi, 
Middlesex, attomies, solicitors, and conveyanoen. 
Scotch SsaussTRATioMS. 

Alexander Jack, Clashnabuiaok, cattle desler.— J. Yule, 
Cromarty, innkeeper. — Ale*. Lockhart Bmuchope^ Easier 
Brora, Sutherland, commission agent. — Jae, Aitkm, Rether* 
glen, farmer. — George Willie, Edinburgh, clothier. — 1>. O. 
Maclellan Sc Co,, Glasgow, commission agents. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who have filed their Petitione in the Court qf Bemhrmptey, 

and have obtained an Interim Order for ProtectiomJHm 

Proceee. 

John Whitaker, Huddersfidd, Yorksldre, derk in the loco- 
motive department of the London and North-western Rail- 
way Company at Huddersfidd, March 15 at 10, Coontj Co«t 
of Yorkshire, at Huddersfidd.— TbAii Alkineon, Kn^ntoH* 
upon-Huli, saddler, March 19 at 10, County Court oi Tock- 
shire, at Kingston-upon-Hull.— 7*. Croeeland, HuIl,YQikdiire, 
out of budness, March 19 at 10, County Court of Yoikdure, at 
Kingston-upon-HuU. — Jamee Camn, Bidefbrd, Devooddre, 
gardener, March 8 at 10, County Court of Devonshire, at Bide- 
ford. — Jamee Hobmee, Stockbridge, near Keighley, Yoriohns^ 
deder in coals, March 21 at 11, County Court of Yorkshire, 
at Keighley. — Maria Barlee, Reading, Berkshire, baker, Manfc 
12 at 10, County Court of Berkshire, at Reading. JJBsyl 
T\imer, Ipswich, Suffolk, fkniterer, March 15 at 10, Coo^ 
Court of Suffolk, at Ipswich.—/. Gladding the dder, Imwieh, 
Suffolk, bntdier, March 15 at 10, County Court of Suffolk, at 
Ipswich. — /. Cooper, Handsworth, Staflordshire, coal dealer, 
March 12 at 2,County Court of Warwickshire, at Birmini^MB. 
— BdwardWelle, Birmingham, currier, March 12 at 2, County 
Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham. — Bet^amim Mounts 
ford, Birmingham, out of business, March 12 at 2, Covnty 
Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— Qtarfet Oellim, 
Birmingham, bricklayer, Mardi 12 at 2, County Court of 
Warwidcshire, at Birmingham. — Thomae Perkine, Northamp* 
ton, out of business, Mardi 12 at half-past 10, County Co«ft 
of Northamptonshire, at Northanmton.— yoAn Belbem, Wim- 
bome Minster, Dorsetshire, out of^business, March 15 at 10, 
County Court of DorsetsUre, at Wimbome Minster. — JSAo, 
Humphreye, Birmingham, baker, March 12 at 2, Coonty 
Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— /smat Arw^^reeto, 
Church Lawton, Chester, a labourer on the North Stafford* 
shire Railway, March 9 at 10, County Court of Cbedura, at 
Congleton.— nofluw Jordan, Rochester, Kent, tidewaitier in 
her Migesty's Customs, at Rochester, Msrch 8 at 10, Covaty 
Court of Kent, at Rochester.— JUdl«r<l Barker, WrodEwar* 
dine, Salop, tailor, Mardi 9 at 10, County Conrt of Shrop- 
shire, at WeUingtoo.— JVonctf WilHam Dray, Wkitatabie, 
Kent, oat of business, Mardi 14 at 10, County Cowt of Kflol, 



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Ai ik9 OnmiM Churt of Warwiei$IUre, at Warwick, 

3iarck 19. 
Boheri Qold^ Warwick, oat of bnsineis. 
At tk9 Cbuntp Court of Qj^fordrAirt, at OxtOBB, March 18. 
Joseph Aider, Little Chesterton, labourer.— If^. Baker^ 
Boad, Enstoae, ia no business. 

Ai the OomU^ Court of OUmorgwekire, at Cardzw, 
March 13. 
Lewie Bdwarde^ Doiriaia, oat of biutiMi8.*-Z^td LU^d, 
Glamorgan, o«t of bosiness. 

At the County Court qfDevonehiret at the Castlb q^Bxbtbb, 
March 16 at 10. 
John C, Reee, Weguelin, Shaldon and Stokeinteipihead, 
fumer. 

At the Qmntw Court qf Shropehire, at Sauw«B0mT> March 
13a«ie. 
John Jonee, Wigginton, farmer. 

iNtoLTBirr Dbbtor's Dividbmd. 
Thomae Freeman tke younger, New-ipalkt Shad Thamet, 
Sonthwark, timber merchant, Feb. 28, Nichols's, Cook's- 
ooort, Lincoln's* inn : 3«. 6^ in the pound, 
Mbbtikos. 
Tkoe. Clark, nffilbank-st., Weatminster, and Garden-row, 
London-road, Surrey, attomer at law, Maidi 20 at 11, Court- 
house, Portugal-st., Lincoln Vinn-fields, sp. aff. — Frederick 
Hall, debtor in the County Court of Yorkshire, at Kinnton- 
upon-Hull, March 19 at 3, Kingstan-upon-Holl, sp. eS. 

FRIDAY, Mabob 2. 
BANKRUPTS. 

ROBERT JONES, Castle- street, Holbom, London, conv- 
mission agent, dealer and chapman, March 12 at half-past 
12, and April 23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London s 
Off. Ass. Graham ; Sol. Warrand, Castle^street, Holbom.^* 
Fiat dated Feb. 28. 

JOHN CREPT, Markham-it., Chelsea, Middlesex, general 
dealer, dealer and chapman, March 14 at half-past 12, and 
April 5 at 2, Conrt of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. 
Johnson ; Sol. Coop«r, Hatton-garden.— Fiat dated Feb. 27. 

BDWAEID GIBSON, Saint Alban's, Hertfordshire, banker, 
dealer and chapman, March 16 at 1, and April 17 at 12, 
Court ol Bankruptcy, London : Off. Asa. Groom ; Sols. 
Lawrence & Plews, 14, Old Jewry-chambers.— Fiat dated 
March 1. 

HENRY EDWARD BENNETT, bte of Rue de Fsiz, Pkris, 
Fhinoe, but now of the Queen's Bench Prison, Southwark, 
Surrey, carrier, commission agent, dealer and chapman, 
Masch 17 at 1, and April 28 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London ( OC Ass. FoUett; Sol. Vallanoe, Old Jewry, 
chambers.— Fiat dated Feb. 23. 

JOHN BAKER, WoUaston, Oldswiaford, WorcestersUi^, 
fictuaUer, dealer and diapman, March 10 and April 19 at 
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Asa. 
Whitmore; Sol. CoiPser, Stonrbri<]^.— Fiat dated Feb. 21. 

PETER WOOLLEY, Ross, Herefordshire, tailor, woollen 
draper, dealer and chapman, Mardi 20 and April 17 at 

10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. 
Christie ; Sols. Jay & Robinson, Hereford ; Suckling, Bir* 
mingham. — Flat dated Feb. 26. 

JAMBS BARBER and AARON BARBER, Martook, So- 
mereetshire, ironmoDgen aad gtoeera, dealers and chmsen, 
March 8 at 1, and April 11 at 11, Distriet Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Exeter: Off. Ass. Htrtaelf Sola. Adams, Martock, 
SoBoeraetehire; Turner, Exeter; Patten, 41, Ety-place, 
Holbom, London.— Fiat dated Feb. 26. 

HUMPHREY ROBERTS, PwllheU, Camanronshire, draper 
and grocer, dealer and chapman, Maich 9 and April 17 at 

11, District Court of Bankruptcy, LiTcrpool: Off. Ass. 
IWner; Sols. Owen, Pwllheli; Efans & Sod, liTerpool; 
Croft, Staple-inn, London.^Fiat dated Feb. 1 7. 

HUDSON CRANSTON, Sunderland, Durham, confectioner, 
diemist and druggist, (under the firm of Cranston & Son), 
March 13 at hatf^>ast 10, and April 20 at 1, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Off. Ass. Wakley ; 
Sols. Cooper, ftnderland; Keen^slde fli Haile, NewoatO^- 
npon-Tjrne.— Flat dated Vsb. 8. 



ICUTHBERT POTTS, ANDREW POTTS, and JOHN 
j POTTS, Monkwearmoutikshore, Sunderland, Durham, boat 
I builders, fish curers, ship owners, dealers and chapmea, 
(trading under the style or firm of Cuthbert Potts and Bro- 
I thers), March 13 at half-past 10, and April 20 at 12, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Off. Am 
Baker; Sols. Allison, Sunderland; Bell & Co., 9, Bow 
Church-yard, London.— Fiat dated Feb. 17. 

Msaruros. 
Wm, Clayton, Cheapaide, London, carpet waiehonaaman, 
Mardi 16 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, di. asa.— 
Henry PameU, Moorgate-stveefc-cfaambea, Mooiigate-strasC, 
London, auctioneer, Maroh 16 at half-past 1, Court of Bsak^ 
nptcy, London, laat ex« — John Rhodee and Jamet JJhedu, 
Rochdale, Lancashire, cotton spinners, Mardi 15 at 11, Dia. 
trict Conrt of Bankruptoy, Manchester, laat ex.— y. Ume m H h, 
Stone Fold-mill, near HasKngden, Lancashire, cotton apiaair, 
M«Kh 13 at 12, Dtekriet Court of Bankruptcy, Msnahnalsr, 
laslea.— 7%o«. Bairraelough and John Boeritt, Souttiownai, 
Halifu, Yorkshire, woollen spinners, March 23 at 11, Oiakriet 
Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, last cx.—Jamee Bedmim^ Mas- 
Chester, hatter, Mareh 26 at 12, District Court of fiank< 
ruptey, Manchester, aud. ac. — Thomae Aehwarih and M, S, 
Keyworth, Manchester, coMmen brewers, Maroh 2& mt 12, 
Distriot Court of Bankruptcy, Bianehester, and. ae^iep. est. 
of Miohael Septhma Keyworth; Masch 27 at 12, dW.~ 
John Munhe, Sheffield, Yorkshire, licensed victualler, Mai^ 
24 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield, aad. ac^ 
Jae^h Oumey, Sheffield, Yorkshire, ivory soale oatlar, Maieh 
24 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield, and. ac — 
Henry F. Sffton, Worcester, stationer, April 19 at 12, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ec^Georye 
Shardlow and James Bradtkaw, Stone, Staffordshire, abioe 
manufacturers, March 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Birmingham, and. ac. ; March 29 at 12, di?.— /. W, Fetch, 
Leeds, Yorkshire, grocer, March 23 at 11, District Conrt of 
Bankruptcy, Leeds, and. ac. — Thomae WUUame, Flendinrdi- 
street, London, merchant, Mapch 23 at 11, Court of Bank- 
nqitey, London, diir. Jaame Humt, Horaeferry-toad, West- 
minster, Middlesex, builder, March 26 at half-paat 1, Covrt at 
Bankruptcy, London, div.— /aibi Haddock, Bury St. Ed- 
mund'a, Suffolk, pawnbroker, March 23 at 12, Conrt of Baak- 
mptcy, London, div.— THomm Icee, Wakefield^ Yorkshire 
dyer, March 27 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, 
div.— /omet Breuemer, Wm, Vatee, and Alexander Smithy 
Mancheater, merchants, Mardii 23. at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, fin. div. — Charlee Maeon, Laag" 
sight, Luicashire, paper manufacturer, Mardi 23 at II, Dm. 
trict Court of BaiAoruptcy, Mandiester, first and fin. div* — 
John Tayior, HoUinwood, near Oldham, and Minoheatui, 
ropemanufiMsturer, March 23 at 12, District Coart of Bea^ 
ruptey, Manchester, div. — R. Maeoun, Bolton, Lanoaahiiu, 
cotton apioaer, Maich 13 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Manchester, div.—^ Waiker ths^der, M. Walker, Bicin^- 
ham, Alex. Walker the younger, and lUchard Haeluekt Phi* 
ladelphia, United States of North America, merchants, March 
27 at 10, District Court of Bankrwptcy, Birmingham, div.aep. 
eat of A, Walker the elder.— 2^loM«t Cooper, York, steak 
broker, Maroh 2S at 11, Di^riet Const of Baakiapt^,Leeda, 
diT.— mn. LMey, Coaisbvoug h, Yorkskira, s^tha manaiac- 
tarar, March 24 at 10, Distraot Goort of Bankruptcy, SM- 
fieU, die.-IltmecieXirkky, hooda, Yoriahire, grocer, Maiab 
23 at 11, District Court of Bsnkn^tey, Leeds, div* 
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Riehard Damon, Tbomey, Isle of Ely, CambridgeshEra, 
grocer, Maroh 26 at 2, Coort of Bankruptcy, London.—/. 

SUmey, Wellington-plaoe, Hackney, Middlssez, and Skinner- 
street, Bishopsgate, London, cabinet maker, March 26 at half- 
past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — /. /. Curtis, Erith, 
Kent, hotel keeper, March 26 at half-past 11 , Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London.— .A*e(f. Batcheldor, Queenboroogfa, lale of 
Sheppey, Kent, hay dealer, March 23 adialf-past 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London. — Thomas Hutchinson, Upper Stamford- 
street, Blackfriars-road, Surrey, sugar refiner, March 24 at 
half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— IFt//taM Shots 
the younger, Salford, Lancashire, printer, March 26 at 1, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.- IF. B, Walters, 
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At the County C(mri qf Yarkfhire, at Ktnoston-upon- 
HuLL, lfarcA19a/10. 
Collejf Be4fMl the elder, Kingston-upon-HuU, tailor. 
At the County Court of Dewm$kir§, ai the Castlb or 
ExBTBR, March 16 at 10. 
Wm. /. JefMm, Tavistock, tailor.— O^r^e Oroves, Bren- 
don, outof business.— l2o6. Steer, Willand, out of business. 
Afm Strike, widow, North Petherwin, out b! business. 



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our last xeriew of decisions upon the County 

CoqeAb Asi, (9 & 10 Vict. c. 95), (see 12 Jur.621), 

at points have been raised under its 

' influence* 

It baalMenlidd, that, if judgment has been signed, 

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i^Binilibii hr Jeaye to enter a suggestion in order to 

F iiie plaintiff of costs ; (/SbitfA y. /2o60ft«, 1 3 Jur. 

py. Cboper^ 18 Law Joum., N. S., Exch., 88); 

Imk that, if the defendant cannot ascertain whether 

p0fjfQtmt has been rigned or not, the defendant may 

ap^^ eaotfaflgently to set aside the judgment, ** if en- 

tan^ nf/* and to enter a suggestion, &c. ( Viears y. 

itfUjB^' 18 Jur. 85). From this last case it appears, 

tbai'ihe application to set aside the judgment may be 

I aaptst of and simultaneously with the applica- 

r the suggestion. 

H^ hm been doubted whether the plaintiff can be 

4 q ^ywl of costs, under the act, where the defendant 

Iml'MAred judgment by default. The words of the 

inili section are, '* If a verdict shall be found for the 

flflff^ for a sum leas than 20^. &c., he shall have 

ja%MBl to reoover such sum only, and no costs, &c., 

niibfll Aa judge who shall try the cause shall eerti^' 

flba* Xbia question was moot^ in Smith y. Roberts, in 

iMA AMerson, B., said, ** There b another point in 

O^^^ltm which it will be necessary to discuss some 

dflhMilldy, whether the 129th section of the 9 & 10 

Tfiik Kt$^ applies at all to the case of a judgment by 

ddMM; nat section clearly contemplates a case where 

Urnne li a yardict, either for a plaintiff or defendant, on 

"Vlidl ilia jadge could grant a certificate." 

B Sa diSealt to include judgment by definult under 

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the word ** yerdict ;" and though the assessment of da- 
mages, on a writ of inquiry, may be said in one sense- 
to be a yerdict, as being the decision of a jury, yet in 
actions of debt no such proceeding follows a judgment 
by default; and, therefore, to apply the statute to 
judgments by default, on which a verdict or decision of 
a jury is given, would be to introduce a strange and in- 
convenient distinction between debt and assumpsit. In 
the former case, if the plaintiff recovered less than 20/. 
by judgment by default, he could not be deprived of 
costs ; in the latter, he could be so' depHved. 

Moreover, in either form of action, the sheriff has no 
power to certify, as he is not ** the judge who shall try 
the cause." (See J^jMes v. Beart, 12 Jur. 1003; and 
under 43 Eliz. c. 6 ; Jones v. Bond, 5 Dowl. 455 ; Cla- 
ridge v. Smith, 4 DowL 583 ; Wardroper v. Richard- 
son, 1 AdoL & £11. 76). In J^eries v. Beart, Wight- 
man, J., stated, that if it was desired to give the sheriff 
this power on a writ of trial, it should be inserted in 
the order for the writ ; but we submit that such a power 
cannot be delegated. 

In a former article we stated it as our opinion, that 
the act does not apply to judgments by default, (12 
Jur. 361); and we see no reason to alter our view of the 
effect of the statute in thb respect 

A question has arisen on the meaning of the excep- 
tion contained in sect. 128, by which the concurrent 
jurisdiction of the superior Courts was reserved, ^' where 
the cause of action did not arise wholly or in some ma- 
terial point within the jurisdiction of the Court within 
which the defendant dwells." The ordinary construc- 
tion put on these words had been, that, if the cause of 
action arose in any material point within the jurisdiction 
of the inferior Court within which the defendant 
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said by Alder8on,.B., in ButUr v. Comey^ (17 Law 
Journ., N. S., Exclu, 266), " The section is awkwardly 
worded ; and I am not ceftain- that iftdoes not aeaii, ^ if 
no material part of the canse of action arists out of the 
jurisdiction/ instead of meaning, as I at first thought, 
* if any material part arises within it.*** (And see 
Ghislin V. Deen, 13 Jur. 82). 

Tirti quattivny ixowcTer, was mon fully comideredy 
and may be said to have been decided, in IVood y. 
Perty^ (13 Jur. 129), in which it was held by the Court 
of Exchequer, that where any one item in a tradesman's 
bill, consisting of items so connected as to form one 
<< cause of action,'* arises within the jurisdiction of a 
county court, the cause of action, in some material 
point, arises within that jurisdiction, and the superior 
Court has not concurrent jurisdiction under the 128th 
section of the Small Pebts Act. 

It may be added, that, where the h^XA are such as to 
create a reasonable doubt whether they oome within the 
statute or not, it is the practice of the Courts not to try 
the merits on affidavit, but to make the rule absolute 
for entering a suggestion, so that the parties may have 
an opportunity of raising the question on the record. 



MR. DRUMMOND'S BILL TO FACILITATE 
THE TRANSFER OF REAL PROPERTY. 



The speech with which Mr. Drummond introduced 
hiabill was amuaing, if not edifying; but his bill b 
neither amuang nor edifying. As much of it as is in- 
teUigible appears to be a clumsy plagiarism from the 
plan which has been in use in the great manor of Sion 
tat nearly a century — a plan improved and adanted by 
the late Mr. Ihival, with great ingenuity, to the pur- 
poses of a general registry, and embodied by thatgen- 
tleasan, under the auspices of the Real Property Ck>m- 
miflBion of 1830, into a bill, which Lord Campbell has 
thnoe (in 1830, 1831. and 1845) unsuooessfully pressed 
-upon the attention of the Le^lature. 

We have already explained Mr. Duval's plan in de- 
taO, (ante, vol. 9, part 2, p. 207). Its main features 
aie thoM — to have all docamenti aHfecting lands and 
exeoQiled after the establishment of the r^gistvy, or 
copies of them, deposited at the reg^try-office ; to 
make the index to the regbtry a collection of abstraots 
of title, a separate head in the index beine devoted to 
eodi distinct estate or title, referring to all the docu- 
mevta on tiia vagistor whioh concern that estate <or title, 
Md fotmingf in £Mt, a brief abstract «f the titie, kept 
up fiom time to time, as new dealing with the estate 
are registered. Thia i^>pear8 to be identical in prin- 
ciple with the scheme of Mr. Drummond's bill, or 
rather with what it would have been if the framer of 
it hod token time and thought to reduce his own vague 
specilailiooB to formand oonsistency. Mr. Drummond, 
however, does not propose that the adoption of his re- 
crister should be compulse^, but only that, if once a 
freehold title to any land is placed on the register, all 
future dealings with that land must be registered. 

We were at one time disposed to regard Mr. Duval's 
plan as the only proetieabie one; but we have since 
naidconaderahle attention to Mr. R. Wilson's scheme 
tor abolishing retre^>ective deduction of title, (ex- 
plained ante, voL 11, p. 38), and are inclined to think 
that the only objection to it is its novelty. The choice 
rests between the two. 

Mr. Dnmmond's bill is intrinsically beneath cri- 
tioin; Imt aaliie Middlesex and Yorkshire nutsanoes 
have hma the- scsas l on of wifiMindoA pr^djoo against 
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theiprindple of registiation,.ao this bill. If its absurdio 
ties are not exposed^andt disavowed by the advocates of 
registration, may be tmployed*to'the detriment of the 
cause. 

The bill contains thlrty-slx - ehmses, of which th« 
first is devoted to the usual work of definition, which 
is despatched in a 8omewluit4unisaaL fashion : for ex- 
ample : — 

<< The word * inwnnhriBes * sfadl ' nwm ai^kgalsr 
equitable mortgage in fee or for any less estate or iih 
terest, and also any money secured by a trust, and an/ 
money secured by or due or payable upon or in reapeit 
of any judgment, decree, or order of any court of law 
or equity of competent jurisdiction, and shall inclade 
lis pendens, and also any legacy, portion, lien, or other 
cliarge whereby a gross sum: of money is chaiged on or 
secured to be paid or ordered to be paid by such Coort 
as aforesaid out of land on an event or at a timeeithii 
certain or contingent, and also any annual charge which 
by the instrument creating the same, or by any other 
instrument, is made re-purchasable on payment of • 
gross sum of money, and any other annual rent-ehu)^ 
issuing out of land, (not bsing rent payable by a leesee 
or other occupying tenant at a rent), and the dower or 
freebench of any widow entitled to dower or fipeebench; 
and the word Mneumbrancer' shall mean anypersm 
entitled to any such incumbrance as aforesaid, or an- 
titled to require the payment or dischaige thesee^ or 
entitled to any estate or interest in laiMs in revolt 
thereof; and the word 'possession' shall indode the 
receipt of the rents and profits «f the laad; asd the 
word < owner,' as sipplied to any land, shall iaciadeanj 
person entitled, in possession, xoTersion, remsiader, or 
expectancy, to land for aU estate for life or any greater 
estate, and shall include the assignee of any bankrupt 
or insolvent person, and any person entitled, in poeeei- 
sioni reversion, remainder, or expectancy, to a letiesi 
before defined, ^Hiethersuoh land be or be notsnhfeit 
to any inoumbraace, or trust for payment of an inessr 
brance, on such land, either in fee or for any Jeijtt 
estate, and feoffees. or trustees for charitable or othtf 
purposes, and shall extend to bodies politic, ooiporAte, 
aggregate, or sole." 

From the above definitions^ it appears, that omfer 
this bill, a trustee for a mortgagee is to be eoaa dere"^ 
at once the owner of the land smLtfae inoun^M^^ 
on it* 

Sects.. 2 to 6 relate to the appotntssait of ^^'^ 
trar and subordinate officers, and the .building ui whicii 
the register is to be kept. 

Sect. 7 enacts, "That the registrar shaU wc^"!} 
documents hereby authorised to be registered, «JJ^ 
register the same according to thoprovisionsxjf nns*^ 
and shall, at tiie option of the party deliferinf t» 
same, or his agent, to be expresssd »u 'wri4ingj<i»<>^'^ 
tain the same, or ro-deliver the sane whan '^^fj^ 
such party or his agent; and the registrar mM «»» 
UDon the reffistrv all acts and transactions which ood«r 



r^stry and partly by «.^,.»»<, w. .-^—w* ^ ^^ ^ 

when any party who shall have dstiv«wddocn«^^ 
the registrar for r^istration, or who shall have ^^^? 
transacted any matter or transaction wlwlly or psr*»i 
by means of the registry, shaD, by hiinself or hw ^w 
require a copy of the registry relating to ■°^'^^ljf 
ments or such matter or transaction, or of a P**^^*^!^ 
respeoti vely^ the registrar shall deliver to such psny^ 
his agent the copy so required; and all entries on 
registry, and all acts done with respect thereto, an 
copies which shall be given out, shall be "^*V®'xgj ^ 
and given according to the form and *^*^®?^?w^ 
manner and at or within the time prescribod oy^ 
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Jbtter-Uuiey pawnbiokerf and IRirogniQirtoii-strMtf IxMraon^ 
gtodk broker, March 29 at 11, Court of BaDkruptcy, London, 
^. — George Thowuu, Bristol, merchant, March 27 at 11, 
Diitrict Conrt of Bankruptcy, Bristol, dir.— ITm. W, DunHf 
Batii, Wm. KeenCi Bath, Henry B, Marriott Uanganoyd, 
Glamoreanshire, and Saml, Brewer Waring, Briatol, brewers, 
March 30 at 11, District ConrC of Bankruptcy, Bristol, ftn. 
diT. Sep. est. of W. Keene. — Barnard L, Watson, Batii, So- 
meraetshire, March 30 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Bristol, diY,^F\ranci9 QUI, Manchester, dealer in hardware, 
March 29 at 11, District Covrtof Bankruptcy, Manchester, 
fin. div. — Thomae Wrigley, Halifax, Yorkshire, silk waste 
mdimer, March 28 at 1, D^ict Conrt of Bdnkmptcy, Man- 
cAester, fin. dir. — Matthew Stepheuton, Aycliffe, Dorfaam, 
common brewer, March 30 at 11, District Conrt of Bank- 
ruptcy, Newcastle-npon-T^e, fin. diT. — Edward Briggt, 
Castleton Mills, near Rochdale, Lancashire, hatter, March 29 
at 12, District Conrt of Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ac. 

CsmriFiCATBS. 
W^ho oiRowod, mUam Comae ha $ka»n to tka ao ntrw r y ofs or 
before the Dmg qf iioeting. 
W. Trm, Warminster, Wittsyre, mason, March 30 at 1 1 , 
Covrtof Bankniptcy, London.— itoder/ Xlvni^, Leadeahafl- 
Barket, London, poultry salesman, March 29 at half«>ptst 12, 
Cotft of Bankruptey, London. — John Colee, LaoBtov, Ox- 
fbrdMiire, baker, Mardi 30 at 12, Cevrt of Bankniptey, Lon- 
don. — Alexander MP Alley, Romsey-terraoe, HorseiRerry-road, 
Westminster, Middleeex, bufider) Maroh 29 at 12, Court of 
Baokmptcy, London. — W, Broady, Eastem^wharf, Adelphi, 
(Strand, Middlesex, coal merchant, March 29 at 12, Conrt of 
Bankruptcy, London.— J. Bennett, Hi|^-st., Camden-town, 
MiddleaBx, artists' brush mannlSKtnrer, March 29 at 11, Conrt 
of Bankruptcy, London. — Ro$t, Wm, Hnmter, Praed-street, 
Faddington, Bfiddlesex, baker, Mareh 29 at 1, Conrt of Bank- 
ruptcy, London. — Tkomae Poole, South^vare, Gray'sMun, 
Middlesex, money aeil T enci , Mardi 29 at Imlf-past 11, Conrt 
of Bankniptcy, London.— /^^Wy Mayn, Rayleigh, Bssex, 
auctioneer, March 29 at 11, Court of Bankrwptey, London. — 
Wm, Henry Sheldrake, Ipswich, Suffolk, boot maker, Mardi 
29 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— /a^ FatUkner, 
Mancheflter, ooacAi lace mannfeetorer, March 26 at 12, Dis- 
triet Court of Bankniptey, Manafaester. — A l e mw m de r Buramty, 
Lirerpool, merchant, Mardi 27 at 11, Dietriol Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Lireipool. — Wm, A, Mmeey, Liverpool, wood turner, 
March 28 at 11, Distriet Court of Bankruploy, LiverpooL^- 
Wm. Ohill, Liverpool, insurance broker, March 28 at 11, Dfa- 
triot Court of Bankraptey, Liverpool.-^AarfAoloiiietp Domd, 
Liferpool, tailor, ManA 27 at 1 1 , District Court of Bankniptey, 
Liverpool. — Alex, tPCbmb, lAwerjpwA, tailor, March 27 at 
11, District Court of Baakrap tc y , Liverpool.—^. V, Stroud, 
ftpettisbury, Dorsetshire, miller, Marah 29at 1, District Court 
of Bankniptcy, Bzetor.— G. L, Betty, Tautan, Soosarset- 
Aire, baker, March 29 at 1, Distriet Ceart of Ba^iraptcy, 
Exeter.— T^loaHif HiU, Redditoh, WoreestersMre, bouder, 
April 5 at 12, Distriet Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.— 
T^SfNoa Potto, Bbmingham, metalUc tube BMoiufeetnver, April 
10 at 10, Distriet Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.— ^oAfi 
Btohop, Woreeeter, carpenter, April 4 at 10, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Birmingham. 

7b be allowed by the Vtce-ChanoeUor qf the High Court qf 
Chancery t aeimg in Bankrupiey, unleu Canoe be shewn to 
the eonirary om or b^ore Maroh 27* 
Andrew Smith, MilUwall, Poplar, Middlesex, wire rope 
flunnfacturer.- if. Kennedy, Taunton, Somersetshire, draper. 
/«•. Hunter, King WilUam-st., London, and Buddngham-st, 
Strand, Middlesex, merchant.— ^oAn Bradbury, Thaives-inn, 
Holbom, London, laoe merchant.— /oAi» S, Gomtme, AngeU 
tarraoe, Hammersmirh, Middlesex, cabinet maker. — William 
Maunder, Peel-plaoe, Kensington Gray^ito, Middlesex, 
bakar.— /oAn Blaehbume^ liverpool, tailor.— O. W, King, 
Bart^st., Bloomsbury, Middlesex, licensed victualler.— JoAii 
Thompson, Shefield, Yorkshire, viotuaUar.— ^.i>. WiUinson, 
Sheffield, Yorkshice^ silver pUter.^rAas. AifcsiMS, Jiupvt- 
itiaatr Coventry-atreet, Middlesex, builder. 

SOOTOH Slf^UBSTftATIOflOk 

Paoid Thomson ^ Company, Glasgow, mamifhcturen.— ^. 
JRdt, Glasgow, bookseller.— Oeorp« Ormittone, Edinbur^, 

Ironmonger. — ThomssmJBonar, Bd inbui g h , stbnesierduDit. 

John FMlttyf Andktenrder, schoolmaster. 



INSOLVSIfT IMttTORS 
Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bamtro^pity, 

and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from 

Process. 

Bob, Ewer, Balsham, C a mkrid g n i hi re, assistant to a groosr, 
Maroh 30 at 8, County Court of Easex, at Safttm Wafaka^— 
John Gallon, Newoastle-upoa-Tyoe, sautk, Mardi 2ft oL 10, 
County Court of Northuiaberland, at Newcaatle.— na«at 
Lambert, Chidiaster, Sussbk, rope seller, MarcbZl at 11, 
County Court of Sussex, at Chiohester. — H» Sarace^ Taut, 
Sussex, wood dealer, March 22 at 10, County Cocnt of JEcnty 
at Tuabridga Wells.^JZo^er^ Raeoe, Saint John'a^^sommon, 
near Ilurst-per-point, Sossex, tailor, March 29 at 12, Cemttcw 
Court of Sussex, at CwMM^^-^Sant, M, Banks, ffandawwA, 
Staffondshira, plumber, Mareh 12 si, 2, County Court ai War- 
wialiahire,atBieaBJDgbam.^*-J. Minder, Birmingham, ba t ekes , 
March 12 at 2, County Conrt of Warwiokabira, at BirwkiK- 
ham.-^Gaar|» ^ Whailay, City-road, Finsbvy, Miiilkii. 
attomey-at-law and aoUoitor» March 2^ at 10, County Cmstt of 
Gkmceatarshire, at NowzJbsan.'^Anihony B, Pike, Pemteoke 
Dock, Pembrokeshim, elerk in her M^esty's Royal Dockyard, 
Psmbrokeshire, Maroh 26 at 10, County Court of Penlsoka- 
shirsi at Pembroke.<^/oA« Forster, NewcaAle-^apen-TJpie, 
labourer, March 22 at 10, County Court of NmthMifcarlanrf^ 
at Newcastle.— fTtV/tam iSotfM, Colwall, Heraibrddua*^ Mba 
burner, Marah 24 at 9, County Coart of niaifinilslnsii^ «t 
Ledbury. — jE/iMMA WiUimms, widow, Liveqiool, m^ of 
business, Mareh 12 at 10, Livarpool District Countj Cmt, at 
LiverpooL-*/oA» F. Meed, Liverpool, professional 
March 12 at 10, Liaarpool Distriet County Court, at 
pooL— JMoarii Oaskeli, Great Crosby, SeAon, Lsac 
omnibus driver, Maroh 12 at 10, Liverpool Dktrict Covaty 
Court, at Liveiipool.^-JlfjM^^rave Todd, Cockenuonth, Cum- 
berland, out of business, March 28 at 10, Coun^ Coot of 
Cumberland, at Coekermouth.— <3eeiye Leach, Ssumt Patsoi, 
Pembrokeshire, derk, March 26 at 10, County Court oCPl» 
brokeshirey at Fsmbroko. 

The following Persons, who, om their seoeral Petitions fiiadia 
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Proiaotisn 
from Process, are required to appear in Court as hereimefltr 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Port^gal-sireef, Jtm- 
eoln*e Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt wiih 
according to the Statute b^ 

March 20. a^ It, bqfopo ike Cbixf Coiianaaion». 
WiMimn Prampton, Bari-streat East, Lisson-grova, Mhry* 
leboae, Middlesex, earaauAsr.— CAot. Hughes, Ya ifc e Owt , 
City-road, Satat Luke^a, MkMlesax, aarpenter.— JSkvrfelle 
Watbey, Noriand^iqaare, Nattiag^iiU, Middleesi, Vid^f. 
house keeper. 

March 20 «/ II, bqfbre Mr» Cbmmissioner ^^««Tt. 
Bichard Baylis, Mary-street, Kingsland-street, Midtlksrr. 
draper's ahopaan^— Jto^sr/PoMkr, Martha-at, HaggtfiiaBS, 
Middlesex, ironmooger.-»ifienrjf Pearee, Nottingham»plaoe, 
£agle«wharf-road, Uoxtoq^ artifiaial flower maker. 

Maroh 20 o/lO, b^fon Mr. Ommniseimer La.w. 
Sineta Lamboum, widow, Grosvenor-mews, Grosveoor-aq., 
Middlesex, out of business. — Charlotte TYibe, Uxbridge, WA* 
diesex, miffiner. 

Mareh 21 at 10, b^oro Mr. Commissioner Law. 
J^ Harding^ Providanearbuildii^^ New Kent-road, Smey, 
grocer. 

Maroh 22 at 11, bqforotko Chibf CoMmanoifnL 
Oeorge King, Woodhall.place, NorA Brixton, Surrey^ tia 
plate worker. 

Jisre* 22 at 11, bqfare Mr, Commissioner Pbiluvo. 
Ckarios F. J. Hibkle, Dorset-street, Portmao-aq., Middk- 
sex, painter. — Sarah Ann Moun^ford, Wbyf-roa^ JMt- 
ebatd'a-road, Ragenf s^aaMd, fiaoknay,. boiler maker* 

Saturday, Mareh 3. 
TkefbUowingAMsigsieeskaue been appointed. Furtkar par- 
ticulars mmy be learned at the Qfice, in Portugal-si., IM- 
eoln*s-km-fields, on glkring the Number qf tke Case. 
Jbsepk IMinson, Liverpool, Bsnuassi ibr orders and de* 
Mrerer of books, No.70,M&C.iH«aty Armstrong Hm youmer, 
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FRIDAY, Maboh 9. 

BANKRUPTS. 

JOHN JAMBS WESTON, lata of Ooodhnnt, but now of 
Cranbrook, Kent, cattle dealer and dealer and chapman, 
March 21 at 11, and April 25 at 12, Court of Bankmptcy, 
London : Off. An. Johnson ; Sols. Carritt & Osgood, Ba- 
singhall-street.— Fiat dated March 6. 
THOMAS BEADLE, late of Upper Sydenham, B^ent, yic 
tnaller, but now of Croydon, Snrrey, carpenter, March 19 
at 2, and April 30 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : 
Off. Ass. Turquand ; Sols. Russell & Son, Martin's-Iane, 
Cannon-street. — ^Fiat dated March 5. 
FILDEN CHRISMAS, formerly of Salehurst, and Mount- 
field Park-farm, Mountfield, Sussex, but now residing at 
Isle of Harty, Kent, brewer, farmer, land bailiff, dealer and 
chapman, March 15 at 12, and April 12 at 2, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sols. Bower & 
Son, Chancery-lane.— Fiat dated Feb. 27. 
WILLIAM BUDDLE, Irongate-wharf, Paddington, Mid- 
dlesez, timber merchuit and saw mill proprietor, March 23 
«t 1, and April 20 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : 
Off. Ass. Edwards ; Sols. Bicknell & Co., 79, Connaught- 
terrace, Edgeware-road. — Fiat dated March 7. 
WILLIAM 6AMBIER WALKER, Newick, Sussex, apo- 
thecary, dealer and chapman, Mardi 22 at 12, and April 
20 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whit- 
more ; Sols. Lewis & Verral, Lewes, Sussex ; Palmer & Co., 
24, Bedford-row, London. — Fiat dated March 6. 
WILLIAM GALE, Slough, Buckinghamshire, coach builder 
and slop seller, March 16 at 11, and April 20 at half-past 
11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld; 
Sols. Tucker & Steavenson, Sun-chambers, Threadneedle- 
street.— Fiat dated Feb. 28. 
FRANCIS BRAFTHWAITE, Hereford, apothecary, March 
20 and April 17 at 10, District Court of Banfaruptcy, Bur- 
mingham: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Davis, Hereford; 
Motteram St Co., Birmingham. — Flat dated Feb. 28. 
JOHN DOWNS, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, fish, 
monger, proTision dealer, dealer in game, poultry, and fruit, 
huxter, dealer and chapman, March 15 and April 25 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off. Ass. 
Christie ; Sol. Reece, Birmingham: — ^Fiat dated March 2. 
JOHN TILT, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, chemi^ dealer 
and chapman, Mardi 27 and April 24 at 12, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Hutton; Sol. Gaunt- 
lett, Uncoln's-inn-fidds.— Fiat dated March 7. 
JAMES LITTLE, Walcot, Somersetshire, draper and taOor, 
dealer and chapman, Mardi 22 and April 23 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Miller: Sols. 
W. & C. Beran, Bristol ; White & Co., Bedford-row, Lon- 
don.— Flat dated March 7. 
JOHN ELLISON, Cricklade, Wfltdiire, grocer, htcoa fkotor, 
ooal merdiant, dealer and chapman, March 22 and April 
23 at half-past 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristc^: 
Off. Ass. Acraman ; Sols. Lorette, Cricklade, 'Wiltshire ; 
Sabine, Bristol.— Fiat dated Feb. 22. 
ROBERT STOCKER, Bath, SomeneCshire, licensed tIc- 
tnaUer, dealer and diapman, March 22 and April 23 at 11, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Hutton ; 
Sols. Viner, Bath ; Sabine, Bristol.— Flat dated March 1. 
GEORGE NORTH, Manchester, and Rusholme, Lancashire, 
calico printer, dealer and diapman, (lately canjing on 
business in copartnerriiip with &imuel Farrar, at Manches- 
ter, as calico printers, dealers and chapmen), March 20 and 
April 18 at 12, District Court of Bankrupt, Manchester : 
Off. Ass. Pott; Sols. Tavlor, Manchester; Johnson & Co., 
Temple, London.— Fiat dated March 1. 
JOHN GILMORE, Hawthom-groYC, Dnrium, whiting ma- 
Bufuturer, March 20 at 12, and April 26 at 1, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: OfL An. 
Baker; Sols. Forster, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; TumbnlL 
Hartlepool.— Fiat dated Aug. 15. 
WILLIAM HAMMOND AMBLER, Bishop Aa<^land, 
Durham, banker, draper, dealer and diapman, March 20 
and April 20 at half-past 1, District Court of Bankmptcy, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Off. Am Wakley; Sols. Trotter & 
Hodgson, Bishop Auckland ; JobUng & Fleming, Newcas- 
Ue-upon-Tyne; BeU ft Co., Bow Chnrch-yMd/liWidon.-- 
FUt dated Jan. 29. 



Mbstinos. 

A. O. W, Bidduiph, Jokm Wright^ Henry Rohituan, sad 
B, W, Jemingham, Henrietta-street, Corent-gardea, Mid- 
dlesex, bankers, March 23 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don, pr. d. — Jamef H. Domt, Windmill-street, Haymarket, 
and J^th Manor Farm, Hendon, Middlesex, lifery-stabte 
keeper, March 23 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, kit 
ex. — John De Levante, Wood-street, London, shirt maker, 
March 23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex.— J". 
Swinbum, Ledbury-terrace, Westboume-groTe West, Not- 
ting-hill, Middlesex, builder, March 23 at half-past 12, Court 
of Bankmptcy, London, last ex. — Fredmiek Both StMcef, 
Lincoln's -inn-fields, Middlesex, law stationer, Mai^ 29 st 
12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex. — Wm. WalUee 
and Otorge Dttrmandf Sunderland, Durham, butdiers, Mardi 
19 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, last ex. — R. Fred, Oower the younger. New Broad* 
street, London, and Valparaiso, Republic of Chili, merdisnt, 
March 30 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac— J7. 
Hughe»t Dofcr, Kent, linen draper, April 5 at 1, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, and. ac.— fFm. ^/«fi,Watton, NoribDc, 
innkeeper, April 12 at 12, Court of Bankruptgr, London, and. 
ac. — Jamn Critp the younger, Becdes, SuflK^, com mer- 
chant, April 4 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, ax&d. ac. 
— Jmme$ Alexander, Great Winchester-street, London, mer- 
chant, April 12 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. 
ac.— i2. WooVtdlj Warrington, Lancashire, butcher, Msreh 
30 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Mandiester, and. ac. 
— Jamet Sotkem Timge, Liyerpool, coal proprietor, April 3 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ae.«> 
Leonard Greening, Stroud, Glouces&ihire, saddler, April 3 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac — CaM 
R. Burg, Hulme, Manchester, drysalter, April 3 at 12, Db- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac — WUHam 
Bmmereon, North Shields, Northumberland, banker, A|»il 
3 at half-past 10, District Court of Bankrupt^, Newoastls- 
npon-Tyne, aud. ac— DovtJ Isomer, Sheffield, YorkahirB, 
innkeeper, March 31 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Sheffield, aud. ec^Oeorge Hobson Steer, Sheffield, ^k- 
shire, commission agent, March 31 at 10, District Court ol 
Bankruptcy, Sheffield, and. ac. — HicAae/ Wilmm, Leed^ 
Yorkshire, grocer, April 2 at 12, District Court of Bankrupt- 
cy, Leeds, aud. ac. ; April 3 at 12, diy. — Cfeorge Wmgmer^ 
Bloomsbury-square, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, draper, Mardi 

30 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, dir. — T. Meymreg^ 
Love-lane, Billingegate, London, ooal merchant, March 30 at 
11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— j1. A. BmeU and 
A^ed Cookee, little Queen-street, Holbom, Middlesex, tit- 
nish manufacturers, March 30 at 12, Court of Bankraptcy, 
London, dir.— 7i»^ Cos and Frederick Heieeh, New-(x>nrt, 
Crutched.fHars, London, merchants, March 30 at 2, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, dXf, ^Robert RMteell, Kingston-apoo- 
Thames, Surrey, upholsterer, March 30 at 11, Court of Bank- 
mptcy, London, div.^JohnBwrgeee, Harleyford-plaoe, Ken- 
nington, Surrey, tailor, March 30 at 1, Court of Banloiiptey, 
London, dir.— F. 8. Oo^freg, Dnddmgtoa, Northampton- 
shire, miller, Mardi 30 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Loodoo, 
diy.— /oAii Moraan the elder and John Morgan the yomger, 
Hereford, and Glasbunr, Radnorshire, woolstaplos, March 27 
at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bhrmingham, aud. ac and 
dir.— T^lomoff WHimot, Moreton-in-Marsh, Glonoesteraliirv, 
chemist, April 3 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Brisfeol, 
dir. — John Senior, Salford, Lancashire, common brewer, 
March 30 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, lin. 
dir.— 5. Zr. Oaekeil, Confleton, Cheshire, dock maker, AprS 
2 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, liverpool, dir. — ML 
Date, High Conside, Durham, draper, April 3 at half-past 1, 
District Court 'of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-npon-IVne, div.^- 
Robert Jmm, Edenfidd, Tottington Higher-end, Lancashire, 
cotton spinner, March 30 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Manchester, fin. dir. —John Hunt, Biandfester, niereiiaiit» 
March 30 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Mandiester, 
fin. dir.— JSAvari Brigge, Castleton Mills, near Rodidide, 
Lancashire, hatter, March 30 at 1, District Court of Bank- 
roptcy, Manchester, fin. ^r.—Joeeph Woodhead and /(Mbs 
Woodhead, Bradford, Yorkshire, worsted stuff manufoctnren, 
March 30 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, dir. — 
Joeeph Oumey, Sheffidd, Yorkshire, iTorr scale cutter, MvrA 

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Om, Wm, BeeMif Oraat Ysrmoutii, out ofbusmess. 

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Wm, Hider Taylor, Lewe«, out of businesg. — Nicholas 
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M tk9 County CouH qf Nmfolky at the GuildhaU, ai JHotL^ 
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John Pechf Old Buokeidiam, oonmiwioned hone deder. 

At the County Court qf Norfolk, at the Shire Hall, at 
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Be^iamin Bayee, Great Yarmonth, shopkeeper. 

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Railway. — Bd, Butler, Stafford, in no bnmneas. 

At the County Court of Yorkshire, at Yo&s Castlr, 
March 24 of 9. 
Thos. Pullan, Leeds, plumber. — Bdward Howell Powell, 
KDareahoroogh, attorney at law.— D. SchoJMd, Greetland, 
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mtm* John Jackson, Middlesboroagfa, shoe manofactorer.— 
Ottt. (htley, Thorpe WiUonghby, near Selby, shoemaker.— 6. 
Brook, Morley, near Leeds, wooUen-doth manofMtnrer."— 7\ 
Bomans the younger, Roscars, near Selby, out of business.— 
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MASTBts nr Chaiwbbt. — The Lord Chancellor lui»ap- 
pofnted the following gentlemen Masters ExtrBordinary 
m the Hif^h Court or Chaneenr: — John Hnnt Thnrs- 
field, of Wedn€flbaiy» Staffbrdsfiire ; John Edward Col- 
Tilly Husbandy of nkvl, Flintshive ; William Simmons 
Allen, of Handswortfiy Staffordshire. 

The Rirbt Hon. Sir Thomas Wilde, Knt., Lord 
Chief Justice of her Majesty's Court of Common nea8, 
at Westminster^ has appomted Rlc&ard Underwood, 
Gent., of HerefOTd, to be one of the * Perpetual Com- 
mSasioners fur takitagtfae aoknowledgmenta of deed^ to 
be executed by married women, in and for the eity of 
Hereford, also in and for the county of Hereford. 

littiiwim BSrURNBD lO SERYR IN PARLIAMENT. — 

William Walter Legge^oommonlv called Viscount Lew- 
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Yiscomnt Ingestre^ now Earl Talbot, called up to the 
JBoose of Peen; ThomM Conolly, Esq.^ of Clifi^ Do- 
negal, for the county of Donegal, in the loom of Ed- 
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SOLICITORS' AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
SOCIETY, 57, Chancery-lane, London. 
Registered. 



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AYRTON, W. SCROPE, Esq., Leeds. 
BLANDY, JOHN JACKSON, Esq., Reading. 
0088ET, MONTAGUE, Esq., Old Jewry. 
HAND, ROBERT WILLIAM, Esq., Stafford. 
8CARGILL, JOHN, Esq., Threadneedle-street 

FRTSXCIAV. 

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BUBO son. 

BRANSBY B. COOPER, Esq., F.R.S., New-street, Spring-gardens. 

COXSVLTXiro ACTUAmT. 

FRANCIS G. P. NEISON, Esq., FX.S. 

This Society transacts the usual business of Life Assuranoe, and 
presents the following Advantages to the Assured:— 

First. — ^The security of a large subscribed Capital. 

Second. — Exemption of the Assored from all liability. 

Third. — Tables of Premiums calculated on the true law of mortality, 
expressly for this Office, and affording particular advantages to young 
livea. 

Foarth.~PartidpatingandNoB-partidpatfaigScaIeiof Premioms. In 
the former the Assuzwl are enUtled to EIGHTY PER CENT, or FOUR- 
PIFTHS of the profits divided amongst them periodically, eidier by way 
of addition to the sum assured, or In diminution <tf Premium, at tha 
option of the Assured. 

Filth.— >No deduction Is made from the four-flflbs of the proAta bo- 
longing to the Assured for interest on Capital, or for a Gnanntee Fund. 

Sixth.— No Policy disputed, except In case of firaud. 

8eventh.~This Society gives a much larger share of proflta to tha 
Assured, and at a lower rate of Premium, than the great nuvoKity of other 
Life Offices. 

Eighth.— Parties wlshlnj§; to assure their lives without participating In 
th» profits can do so on a lower scale of Premiums than that cf a laife 
proportion of other Offices. 

nie Directors meet on Thursdays at t o'clock. Assurances may be 
•Ibcted by applying on any other day between the hours of 10 and 4, at 
the Offices of the Society, 57, Chancery-lane, London, where Prospec- 
tuaes and all other xeooiitte information can be obtained. 

CHARLES JOHN GILL, Secretary. 



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THE BELLE SAUVAGE ESTATE, LUDGATE HILL. 

THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF CUTLERS are 
now prepared to receive Tenders for Leases of this imporiant 
Estate, which occupies an area of nearly 80,000 square feot, and a^oias 
on one side the open space formerly the site of the Fleet Prison. It com- 
prises the extensive and very desirable premises within the Gateway of 
the Belle Sauvage-yard, Ludgate-hill, consisting often houses and ware- 
houses, numbered flrom 1 to 10, of which the Belle Sauvage Hotel forms 
a considerable part. There is also a large range of stabling, 8cc^ at the 
back or north end of the yard, and approached by the second archway. 
The Premises are most conveniently situated, and are admirably adapted 
for an Hotel, Chambers, Warehouses, Clubhouses, and for staaost any 
Establishment requiring extensive accommodation. The Lessee of the 

Property will expire at Michaelmas, 1849, but it may be now viewed 
y consent of the tenants, and Plans and further particulais msKj be 
obtained at the offices of Messrs. Beaumont fr Thompson, 19, Lineoln't- 
inn-fields; and of Mr. Richard Tress, Architect, 23, Little St. Thomss 
Apostle. 

Tenders may be submitted for the whole or any part of the u i uii e i<y» 
and for any term of years; and they are to be sent, sealed, to ate Hau, 
in Cloak.lane, on or before Wednesday, the 9th May, 1849. 
JAMES BEAUMONT, CleA. 

CLERICAL, MEDICAL, and GENERAL LIFE AS- 
SURANCE SOCIETY. IHVALID LiTKS. 

In addition to the ordinary Assurance of Healthy Lives, this Sociely, 
early in the year 1824, origintUed the plan of granting PoUciea on tbi 
Lives of Persons more or less deviating from the standard of beahL 
Having Issued one-fourth of the whole number of JPoUciea on Livci of 
that description, the Board have recently caused a careftil invest%sfMn 
into this branch of the business to be made. The result of this iavesd- 
gation has proved highly satisfactory as to the past, and enco ur s g ing ^ 
the ftiture. The data, derived from lon$ experience In this class ef cassi^ 
and exclusively avaUable by this Society, enable the DivBcloa to Wm 
with confidence their conviction that the system now adopted by fMI 
for assuring Invalid Lives is as safe and beneficial as that npon «Udi 
Ae scale for Healthy Lives is constructed. 

Table of Prewdums for Asenristg £100 o» • HoaUk§ I^fe, 





For 7 Years, 


For 14 Years, 




Age. 


at an 


at an 


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Annual Payment of 








£ e, d. 


£ a. rf. 


£ s. d. 


SO 


1 4 1 


1 6 1 


2 10 4 . 


40 


1 10 4 


1 18 6 




80 


2 8 10 


2 18 11 




65 


8 4 


8 18 8 




60 


4 2 8 


5 1 8 




66 


5 16 8 


- 6 19 11 


7 16 9 



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Bverv description of Assurance may be elTected with thto SodtXh 
and Policies are granted on the Lives of Persons in any Stntieo^ sad « 
BVSET Aox. 

Bovussf. 

The two first Divisions averaged 22/. per Cent on die 

The Third, 28/. per Cent. The Fomrih Bonus, declared Jannaiy, 
averaged rather more than 86/. per Cent. ; and, firom the laxfe si 
otPrq/U reeerved for future appropriation, and othar oauaasb the Be> 
nuses hereafter are expected to bxcbso that Amount 

The Society's Income, which Is steadily xvonxAfiirv, Is now vf9tt^ 
of 122,000/. per annum. 

Tables of Rates, and Forms of Proposal, can be obtained of 
GEO. H. PINCKARD, Actaacy, 
No. 99, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, Loadoo. 
*»• The usual Commission allowed to Solidtora, ^ 

£••• Orders for THE JURIST given to any Newsman, or letter (pptt- 
aid) sent to the Oflice, No. S, CHANCERY-LANE, or toSTSVEICSl 
; NORTON, 26, BELL- YARD, and 194. FLEET-STREET, wiUiosun 
Its punctual delivery in London, or Its being forwarded on the eremi^ 
of publication, through the medium of the Post Offlce, to the Country. 

Printed by LUKE JAMES HANSARD, Pmnrrsn, rasidlng at No. ^ 
Southamptim Street, in the Parish of St George, Bloomsbuir, i» <■' 
County of Middlesex, at his Printing Oflka, situate in Parker Stfitt^ 
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lished at No. 8, CHAVcsmT Lavs, in the Parish of St DunsUn is ^ 
West In the City of London, bv HENRY SWEET, Law Boons^t^ 
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of the ostrich, when it hides its head in a corner that 
nobody may see it« body. No manefl^tually conceal^ 
for anything more than a fraetion of tioie, his aliena- 
tion, whether it be by sale or mortgage, of any pno- 
perty from which he derives a visible inoome, in any of 
the cases in which he can sufifer material loss of credit 
or means — that is, in any of the oases where the mort- 
gage or side is effideied^ not f&r the purpose of mere 
c^version, but for the purpose of some application of 
the equivalent, which diminishes the means of expen- 
diture of the seller. 

If a man outruns, and mortgages to pay off heavy 
debts, he never can, in fact, conceal the transaction. If 
a man of 10,000/. a year of landed property sells any 
of his land for the purpose of having hb property in 
the funds, or in other investments, he may conceal the 
transaction; but it is not in such cases that he troubles 
himself to do so. It is only when the consequences of 
alienation are a descent in pecuniary resources, that a 
man desires to conceal the alienation; and then, we 
assert, that he very rarely can conceal the alienation 
for any material portion of time — ^that is, if the pro- 
perty aliened was a property from which he derived a 
present income. 

The dread, then, of publicity from a regi&try in one 
which, we apprehend, is only well founded in regard to 
transactions of a kind which cannot, even in the pre- 
sent state of things, be kept shrouded from publicity, 
and is, therefore, scarcely an element to be considered 
in the question. On the whole, we are, therefore, in- 
clined to think, that, though much may be said with 
apparent force for and against compulsory, or for and 
against voluntary registration, it is really a matter of 
very little consequence, and may be safely left to the 
wMies or the fiincies of those who are and those who 
would be landed gentlemen. 

The next point of importance is, whether, if a re- 
gistry exists, it should be universally accesnble ; and 
this we conceive to be a question of a very diflRirent 
kind. If a registiy is only to be accesnble on shewing 
a primU'fiicie interest in examining it — as, that one is 
interested in an estate by contract to buy it or others 
wise — ^the result would be to put the honest public in 
a worse pontion than they now are, and to put it in 
the power of the dishonest public ondy to make a mis- 
chievous use of the registry. It may be well taken for 
granted, that no man for his amnsement will go to a 
registry-office and pay fees to read tiresome deeds and 
entries. Every man who goes to inspect a registry goes 
because he has an interest, or because he has acquired, 
or has contracted to acquire, or ben4 fide wishes to 
acquire, some interest in the land, or because he wishes 
to pry into his ndghbour^s title, and to do what is 
called pick a hole ther^. In the first class of cases 
he dedres to make an honest use, in the second a dis- 
h<HMst use, of the registry. 

It cannot be pretended, that the first sort of inquirers 
8|i<nild be incumbered in their search by any unneces- 
maj vexation or impediments; so to incumber them 
would be not only an injustice to them, but deariy an. 
b^juiytothevidueandaMrketabilityof land. Inprac- 
tloa there are already two classes of titles which are 
piiUidy register^ mi aoeesHbk to. eveiTbady; we 
witiin-T^IVt liri vfttifjMi'^wi.ifff pottnla AndtbiKiUfhi 
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oocasionally^ perhaps, ther^may be instances of penoi 
improperly uMUg those r^gi^lries, for the purpose < 
finding out flaws iu^ t&tles^ and making their bargai 
with the victim acaordingly, yei we believe that sac 
instances are so rare as to be quite an exception to tfa 
rule. 

With regard to the class of persons who would mak 
& trade of 'ni pArrt i y^g ra g\ak.r\f^ f q ^ ^\y^ p?\rpoici fif "^"^^m 
out flaws in titles, it may be safely assumed, that iiy^ 
would not hesitate at finding means to evade any ruJ 
requiring a prirn^ fewde claim to search to hm nktmm 
which should not be so stringent as to be a heayy ta; 
upon the search of the bonH fide inquirer. We appre 
hend, therefore, unless a registry were perfectly aocet 
sible to the public at only such moderate charges a 
must be necessarv or proper, by way of producii^ i 
revenue to the office, it would be worse thaa i 



ON THE CUSTODY OF INFANTS, 

The jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery over iiu 
persons of infants has been derived by all the great 
writers on this subject directly from the Crown, by ao 
implied del^^ation of its authority, as pareaa paliic, to 
assume the care of those who are unable to care fot 
themselves*. 

This definition has been repeatedly reeognised and 
acted upon in the early casest ; and even in a very re- 
cent one, (In re JS^hence, 2 Phill. 247), Lord Cottenham 
asserted the jurisdiction to be as stated abore, in th« 
plainest language. Nevertheless, the ineonTenieneeef 
exercising this authority has been occasionally so strong 
Iv felt, that some judges have seemed desirous to limit 
the power of the Court to take the custody of an in- 
fant's person from his natural guardian, even to give it 
to the mother, to cases where some pecuniary advan^ge 
is secured to the infimt as an inducement for tbealtsrik 
tion. Too many protestations cannot be made against anf 
departurefrom principle in these cases. TheeonsequenoM 
of a restriction of the authority of the Court might 

Eroduce great injustice. Suppose a case that has ofUa 
appened, that both father and mother are equally um\ 
able to procure an actual settlement to be made u] 
their infant children ; tliat tba lather is a maa of 
moral hi^its, improvident^ houseless, and emel to 
children, while the mother, who is deaizous to have 
custody and management of them apart fimm liar hn^ 
band, IS, though poor, industrious, and in every wsj 
better fitted to care for all their tempond and spiritaa 
interests ; is the Court, in such a ease, to refuse its IbM 
ferenoe? If the jurisdiction be, as it is stated^ tbad^ 
legated authority of a parens patm, under sochciii 
cumstanoes^ surely, the Court would be inclined H 
interfere. Lord Cottenham, in the reoent case 9hoyi 
referred tot, says, ^ I have no doubt about the joril 
diction. The caset m whkh M$ Ckmri imUrfsret 4 
behalf of infimU are noi eeiUlned to tkoee 4m tekkk tkn 
is properly. This Court intmsrsson bdulff^tofinls^qsi 
infants, by virtue of the preroeative which belongs i 
the Crown as parens patris, and the exercise of wic 
is delegated to the Great SeaL" And the gronnds A 
such interference he stated to be, ** misoonduet on tli 
father's part of such a nature as to c<mtaifkiiiaie an 
corrupt the morals of his ehildrsa.'* 

This cK^un of his Lordship is snppoiisd by 
merous caaas^,sQ9ie of the most u^portant of which 
referred to in their order. 



« Story's Bqaitf JuriipnidflM^ a U34<; 1 WaML 
BL 226, B. (a). 

t See^r^v. Skqftee^my, (2P. W. 118); WeOeeief 
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occasional, if not the constant, privations of the ordi- 
nary comforts, perhaps decencies, of life in tlieir class 
in society, to which, in my judgment, they would be 
very likely to be exposed." And, again, after reading 
some letters of the father, his Honor remarks, ** I must 
certainly say, that, on the whole of the evidence taken 
to^etlier, he appears to be a person to whose guardian- 
ship or care any reasonable man having an option would 
strongly object to entrust children." And again, " Mr. 
Fvnn's clear unfitness, in my judgment, to be guardian 
of his children, if he were not tneir father, has been 
exhibited in such a manner, arises from and exists in 
such a state of circumstances with respect, not merely 
to his means of supporting his children, but with regard 
to that and other weighty and important considerations, 
such as to render it incumbent on the Court, for the 
sake of the children, to interfere against their father." 
Yet a few sentences further on, his Honor says, " I 
believe that I ought to require either an actual appro- 
priation of property or income, or some security." 
And the only interference which seemed proper to his 
Honor was an interim order, '* without prejudice to any 
proceedings under the writ of habeas corpus or other- 
wise at law, for the purpose of obtaining possession of 
the infants," in pursuance of which proceedings Mr. 
Baron Alderson shortly afterwards directed the delivery 
of the infants to their father. 

This case raises the question of the jurisdiction ex- 
actly in the manner supposed above. Neither the 
father nor mother seem to have been able to make any 
settlement upon the children. The father was shewn 
to be unfit to have the care of them ; and the question 
was not between him and a stranger seeking to be ap- 
pointed guardian, but whether, under these circum- 
stances, the Court would deprive the mother of her 
children, and give them into the custody of such a 
father. 

Now, if the jurisdiction of the Court to interfere be 
independent of any pecuniary consideration, this seems 
to have been an occasion for exercising it ; but if the 
decision in this case is to be regarded as a precedent, 
it will in future be idle to denv, that questions of pro- 
perty are in these cases after all of paramount import- 
ance. £• £• K. 

REGISTRATION OF MUTUAL INSURANCE 
SOCIETIES. 

The singular blunder committed by one of the 
^^ amender^* of the bill for the Joint-stock Companies 
Registration Act, in expressly extending its operation 
to mutual assurance societies, without providing for the 
peculiarities of the constitutions of such companies, 
nag been much discussed. But some companies on the 
mutual principle have been registered under the act ; 
and until the appearance of an article on the subject in 
The Law Magazme, (vol. 9, N. S., p. 88), we did not 
know that any one thought it " impossible for an as- 
surance company, starting on the pure mutual principle, 
to comply with the requidtions ox the act, necessary for 
obtaining a certificate of complete n^stration." As the 
difficulty has since been actually raised and insisted on 
in practice, it may be useful to consider whether it is 
really insuperable. There is a little quibble involved 
in the words ** pure mutual principle," for no company 
ever starts on that principle in the sense in which the 
expression is here used. A fund is always subscribed 
at the commencement for preliminary expenses, which 
is intended to be subsequently repaid out of the joint 
or mutual fund. But waiving this, we think that it is 
perfectly easy to start and completely register such a 
company, in strict accordance with the requisitions of 
the act. We think that the clauses of the act which 
aeem to make indi^ensable things inconsiBtent with the 
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mutual assurance principle, are not so stringent as they 
have been represented to be; and even if they were to 
be so construed, might be literally complied with by 
means of apt provisions in the deed of settlement, in- 
volving formal, but not real, departure from the strict 
mutual principle. 

Let us first see what are the apparent diffieulties. 
The act applies to (among others) ^'^ every joint-stock 
company as hereinafter defined," established for the 
purpose of assurance or insurance; and the tmi, 
" joint-stock company," under the tyranny of an in- 
terpretation clause, is made to include ** every assur- 
ance company or association for the purpose of assur- 
ance or insurance on lives, &c., whether joint-stock 
companies or mutual insurance societies, or both." 
Nothing can be plainer. The word ** subscriber," 
when used in the act, means ** any person who shall 
have agreed in writing to take or have taken any Aon 
in a proposed company, or in a company formed, and 
who shall not have executed the deed of settlement or 
a deed referring thereto." The word *' shareholder" 
means (if the context or subject-matter is conaisteDt 
with such meaning) *'auy person entitled to a skare m 
a company, and wno has executed the deed of settle- 
ment or a deed referring to it ; or in the case of mutual 
benefit societies, any person who shall be an assitnd 
member thereof." (See sect. 26, where thb definition 
appears to have been forgotten). 

There is nothing in the requisitions for proyiaonal 
registration calling for remark. A return of the 
names of the '* subMribers" is essential <m1y when there 
are any. 

Prior to complete registration, it is necessary (sect. 7) 
to ^'forrn the company" by a deed of settlement, in a 
schedule to which are to be set forth certain paiticulsn; 
among which are— 

** 4. The amount of the proposed capital, and of any 
proposed additional capital, and the means by which it 
IS to be raised." 

^'6. The total amount of the capital suhecribedor 
proposed to be subscribed at the date of- mi A de^.** 
(What does this mean, if it does not mean the same as 
No. 4? Mr. Taylor, the assistant registmr, says, it 
appears to mean the amount of all the shares tiicA 
taken. It cannot mean that, we should think. Doea 
it mean the amount of the firat call ?) 

" 7. The division of the capital (if of^J into epuit 
shareSy and the total number of such shares, each of 
which is to be designated by a separate number in a 
regular series." 

8. The names, &c. of all the then subscribers, aocerd- 
ing to the information possessed by the officers of the 
company, (that is to say, the names of all the persoQ% if 
any, who have agreed to take shares, and have not exe* 
cuted the deed of settlement. If all who have agreed 
to take shares have also executed the deedt^settlemmt, 
there will be no subscribers). 

9. The number and distinctive numbers of the shares 
which each subscriber holds, distinguishing those on 
which the deposit has been paid. 

The deed must contain a covenant on the part of 
every shareholder to pay up the amount of the in^al- 
ments on the shares taken by him, and must m^e 

§ revision for sw^ of the purposes set forUi in Sdie- 
ule A. to the act, as the nature and business oftMe asm^ 
pany shall require, and must be signed by at least ^e- 
fourth in number of the persons who, at the date of0te 
deed, have become subscribers, and who shall hold at 
least one-fourth of the maximum number of shaxea hi 
the company. (^ Maximum number of shares*' mean- 
ing, we presume, in the peculiar phraseology which has 
been imported into this act, ** shares aetuallv amb- 
scribed for?" for if that be not the meaning, then no 
company with capital can be completely registered 
until one-fourth of the maximum capital Mm been 



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The deed mnst be i^gned by at least one-fonrtb in 
number of the persons who, at its date, have become 
sabscribers, ana who shall hold at least one-fourth of 
the maximum number of shares. 

There is no maximum number of shares in a mutual 
society, and if there can be no " subscribers" to a pure 
mutual society, in the sense of the act, (and every clause 
in which the word is used strengthens our suggestion, 
that the deiinition does not contemplate the proposed 
members of a mutual society), then this requisition 
cannot apply to such a company. 

If a snare in a pure mutual society means, as we 
think we have shewn it must mean, tlie interest of an 
ttsured member, then sect. 28 merely requires that 
erery director ui such a society must be an assured 
member — a reasonable and convenient requisition. 

We have now discussed, and, we think, satisfac- 
torily disposed of, all the objections which have been 
urged to the possibility of applying the Registration 
Act to a mutual society; objections which have fortu- 
nately not found any &vour in the Registrar's office. 
But, even if we grant to the objectors that the word 
** fAuLTe** is used tnroughout the act exclusively in the 
sense of an aliquot part of a fixed subscribed capital, 
and that every company to be registered must possess 
such capital, and be worked by means of such shares, 
we still say that a company may be registered on the 
pni^ly mutual princk>le. We have not spaee for, nor 
n the objection worthy any detailed discussion of this 
point, but the following outlines of clauses to be in- 
serted in the deed of settlement of such a society will 
sufficiently explain our meaning :— 

<< Capital, 500/., to be divided into 480,000 shares of 
one fieirthing each." 

''No person to become a shareholder or assured 
in<miber without taking a policy to the amount of 
'< g ' at the least ; and also a snare or shares in the 
eapital of 500/., and paying up the full amount of such 
share or shares." 

** The first premitbn to be paid by an insured mem* 
ber to be the difierenoe between the amount mentioned 
in the tables and the amount paid up by such member 
in respect of the share or shioes taken by him on such 
insurance." 

^ No share to be held apart from the policy taken 
therewith during the subsistence of such policy." 

** No dividend to be declared or paid on uny riiare. 
Otherwise than by way of bonus on the policy taken." 

** The paymoit, satisfaction, forfeiture, or discharge 
of a policy to be deemed to be a satisfaction of SXi 
daims of the holder of the share or shares taken there- 
with, which share or shares shall thereupon revert to 
the society, and may be re-allotted on the grant of 
a new policy or new policies to any other penon or 
^persons. 

Two or three enactments, which are supposed to 
hnpose inconvenient restrictions on the conduct of the 
Imsiness of a mutual assurance society, even after it 
has passed the ordeal of the Registrars office, remain 
to be considered. 

Sect. 11 require half-yearly returns of transfers of 
shares and of persons who have otherwise ceased to be 
or become shueholders— that is to say, in tiie case of a 
mutual assurance society, every act within the know- 
ledge of the director, by which a penon becomes or 
peases to be an assured men^er^ must be returned; hut 
no return is necessary of a transfer of the benefit of a 
policy in equity, with or without a power of attoney, 
not amounting to a chai^ of membership. By sect. 13, 
no transfer of^A share is to have validity, fer the pur- 
pose of constituting the transferee a shareholder, or 
entitling him to receive any part of the profits of the 
concern until it has been returned. Here, again, is no 
testrietion upon transferring the benefit of a policy, 
oondstently with the oonstitiition of the society, with- 



out making or purporting to make a tr an sfer ^f the 
membership; nor is there any restriction, even in the 
case of an ordinary jointnstock eompcmy, upon an 
equitable assignment of the dividends upon a mare or 
shares, with a power to sue in the name oi the trans- 
feror. The same observation applies to the en iw te iwi t 
in the 26th section, that ^ no shareholder shall be enti- 
tled to receive any dividends or profits, or to act aa 
shareholder, until he has executed the deed of aettleo 
ment, or some deed referring thereto, and has paid up 
all calls due from him." Every assured memTCr of a 
mutual society must, therefore, execute the deed of 
settlement, or some ^ed referring thereto, whieh deed 
is not required to be delivered to or kept by the eora- 
pany, and may, therefore, be the policy itaelf ; cr, ia 
case of assignment, the deed of assignment, contaiimig 
a covenant on the part of the assui^ to abide by tlie 
provisions of the deed of settlement, (such coyenant^ 
as a necessary incident to the transaction, not iwsdo- 
ing the policy or assignment liable to any addttaonal 
stamp). *^ 

The provisions for enfondng payment of calls need 
not be discussed; thejr are wholly inapplieaUe to 
mutual insurance societies. 



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TITESDAY, Mabch 13. 
BAKKRITPTS. 

WILUAM SIMMONS, PiccaaiUj, Middlesex, tobMOOMrt, 
Merch 20 at 1, and April 24 at 11, Court of Banlotiptav 
London: Oif. Ass. Pennell ; Sol. Roberts, SC MartmV 
conrt—Piat dated March 10. 

EDWARD LEWIS BLACKMAN» late of Oraoednirdi^ 
London, tailor and outfitter, but now of Lombard-ttreet, 
London, tailor, dealer and chapman, Maieh 90 at 11, mi 
April 24 at 12, Court of BankmpUy, London : Off. Mm. 
«tantfeld; Sob. Wright & Bomisr, 15, IxuMAmk ttbmi, 
Fsudrarch-st.— flat dated March 9. 

HENRY FEET, Ludgate-hiU and NewgatMtraet, Lsntei, 
printer and stationer, Mareh 22 at ll,aad Aprfl aOatWf- 
past 12, Court of Baakniptoj, London : Off. Am. Qra- 
ham ; SoL Yani^, Famival'a-inn, London. — ^FSat datti 
Mardi 9. 

THOMAS WITHERS, St. Dunstan's-hin, London, iime 
merchant, Mareh 22 at 1, and Anril 30 at half*pi«t 11, 
Court of Bankraptej, London : Off. Ass. Graham ; SoL 
Dofauan, Jermvn.street.— Fiat dated March 8. 

WILLIAM ATKINSON WARWICK, late of Chettertn, 
Cambridgeshire, and Hobson-pl., Sidnej-st., C«aibffi4ge, 
printer, pnbHaher, and ne w sp a pai proprietor, but w&mt£ 
Chesterton, CaaabiUgeahiie, oat of bnsinesa, Mavak Stat 
11, and AjNrfl 30 at 1, Coart of Bmekrasptcf, LondMs OC 
Asa. T^rqnand; Sols. J. ^ C. Cole, Addphi.4Bn«»-^ 
Fkt dated Mareh 10. 

ALFRED MORSCRAFT, Marlboiongh, ^Hltshire, diwar. 
Mardi 21 at half-past 12, and AprU 26 at 12, Coot sf 
Bankmptcj, London: Off. Ass. BeU; Sols. Reid & Co., 
Friday-tt., Cheapside.— Flat dated March 12. 

DAVID LEES, Wednesbnrj, Staffoi^hire, coadi-atep aid 
eoach-lron-work uanofketttrer, dealer and diapnaan, MiKh 
27 and April 17 at 10, Dlitriet Court of Bankmptev, Btr- 
nringham: Off. Ass. WUtttors; Sob. Corser & tJndertd^ 
Wolveriminpton : Mottanm & Co., Birminshasn.— Flat 
dated Feb. 20. 

JOHN FRAMPTON, Cene Abbas, DorsetaUre, IbnMff a 
glove manafaotorer and noney scrivener, but now a wmmtf 
scrivener only, Maroh 23 at 1, and April 18 at 11, Diafiriet 
Court of Baakmptej, Eaeter: Off. Ass. Hiitssls S6^ 
Slade & Vining, Yeofil; Terrell, Exeter; Cragg h J«fe8» 
22, Bedford-row, London.— Fiat dated Feb. 23. 

JOHN CAWKER, Okebampton, Devoosbiie, innkeeper, 
timber dealer, dealer and diapman, March 23 at 1, and 
April 18 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter: OIL 
Ass. Hemaman ; Sols. W. & J. M. Burd, Okefaamplon t 
Terrell, Exeter ; Messrs. Baxters, Lincoln's-iiin-lields, IxB- 
don.— Fiat dated F^. 87. 



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Defonthire, at Torrington.— TTm. Crawton, Cambridge, hair 
draiaer, Marcb 28 at 10, Coiuity Court of Cambridgeshire, at 
Cambridge.— G«Ofye Biwood, Barnwell, Cambridj^, licensed 
Tictaaller, March 28 at 10, County Court of Cambridgeshire, 
at Cambridge. — Charles Threshert Cambridge, derk to the 
market of Ounbridge, March 28 at 10, County Court of Cam- 
bridgeshire, at Cambridge. 

The following Per$on», who, on their several Petitions filed in 
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection 
from Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinqfter 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, JJn- 
coin's htn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 
according to the Statute: — 

March 27 at 11, before Mr, Commissioner Haxbib. 
John Pells, Romford, Essex, coach wheelwright. — Edward 
Oeo, Brooks the elder, Clarendon-st., Somers-town, Middle- 
sex, dealer in milk. — Jas, /. Bowler, Lower Norwood, Surrey, 
out of business. — Charles Clark the younger, Prince's-road, 
Bermondsey, Surrey, tailor. 

March 28 a/ 11, b^ore the Chibf Commissioner. 
Wm* WUmot Twiehin, Camomile-st., London, out of 
business.— 7Ao«. Wm, Shaekel, King-st., Stepney, derk to 
an ironmonger. — Thos, Weedon, Yeading Hayes, Middlesex, 
general de^&c,^Wm. Passenger, Somers. town-terrace, So- 
mers-town, Middlesex, artificial florist. — Wm, Mag, Penny- 
field, Poplar, Middlesex, pork butcher. 

March 29 aMl, brfore the Chibf Commissionxr. 
John Wm, Chandler, William-st., Prince's-road, Notting- 
hill, Middlesex, conductor to an omnibus. 

March 29 ai 10, btforc Mr. Commissioner Law. 
Charles John Oreen, Cromwell-row, Old Brompton, Mid- 
dkaex, tobacconist. — Wm. Mallett, Gloucester- terrace, Yanx- 
hall-bridge-road, Westminster, Middlesex, blind maker. — 
Michael Levg Goodman, Leicester-plaoe, Leicester-square, 
Middlesex, out of business.^— Ja«ie» Mead, Manor-place, 
Harlesdon-green, WiUesden, Middlesex, whcdwright.— /aniet 
Boden^ Pied Bull-yard, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, coach 
maker. 

March 29 af 11, bffore Mr, Commissioner Phillips. 
Samuel Forest Leach, Great Queen-st., Lincoln's-inn, pri- 
vate teacher.-— /oAii Phillips, Torrington-place, Torrington- 
square, Middlesex, land surveyor.-^ot. Zacharies Williams, 
Speneer-street, GosweU«road, Middlesex, shopman to an 
optician. 

Saturdag, March 10. 
The following Assignees have been mopointed. Further par- 
ticulars mag be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st,, Lin- 
coln* s-inn-fields, on giving the Number qf the Case, 

. James Herveg Chappell, Sussex-st., Tottenham-court-road, 
Middlesex, publisher of fashions, No. 60,341 T. ; Ed. Mini* 
ster, assignee.— /oA]» Carter, King-st., Sonthwark, Surrey, 
dealer in horse flesh. No. 60,433 T. ; Thomas Winkley, bs- 
Api^t.— Reginald Remington the younger, Holywell-street, 
Strand, Middlesex, attomer at law, No. 60,490 T. ; John 
Ma&n, assignee.— Hoftfr/ Tucker, Southampton, bricklayer, 
No. 70,260 C; Ed. Sheppard, assignee.— G«o. Hanson the 
yoito^er, Xiceds, Yorkshire, brushmaker. No. 70,348 C. ; R. 
Harrison and Jos. Blackburn, assignees.— f/Jza^eM Hughes, 
Halifax, Yorkshire, spinster. No. 70,487 C. ; WUHam Aked 
Metcalfe, assignee.— B</. Welsh, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, 
raillray contractor, No. 70,541 T.; Wm. Sykes Thornton, 
James Sbeard, Henry Hirst, and Joseph Parker, assignees.- 
John ShUtt, Birkenhead, Lancashire, lodging-house keeper, 
No. 70,581 C. ; George M'Connal, assignee.— Jo An Thomp- 
son, Knaresborough, Yorkshire, shopkeeper, No. 70,629 C. ; 
Thomaa Richardson, assignee. 

8aiwdagt March 10, 

Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee 

the Estates and Efects of the following Persons:— 

(On their own PetitionsJ . 

. Thomas HarJUmd^ Canterbvry-streejk, York-road, Lambeth, 

SuTKy, warehoasemant in the Detitors Prison for London 

Slid Middlpsei.— ir^ Jadfsois^ the elder, Golden-Uoe, Bar- 

blcap,IjoiiAm»plajBbar: itt tbo jE>el^tor» Prison lor Lon^ 



and Middlesex.— JBJvari Claridge, Warwidc-lane, Newgate- 
street, London, gddbeater : in the Debtors Prison for Lrfmte 
and Middlesex.— Gfor^e 2>. Dempseg, Elcom-terraoe, New 
North-rd., Islington, Middlesex, dyil engineer : in the Debtort 
Prison for London and Middlesex.— ^^«<f T. Hatch, Bloi- 
heim-place. High-street, Peckham, Surrer, ham dealer : in 
the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. — T. Went- 
worth, Staffbrd-place, Wyndham-road, Camberwell, Surrey, 
cattle dealer : in the Queen's Prison.— /amei Oliver the elder, 
Bury-street, St. James's, Middlesex, plumber : in the D^ttoo 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — Wm. O. ClarJt, Car- 
lisle-lane, Westminster-road, Lambeth, Surrey, builder : in the 
Queen's Prison. — Wm, Barrett, Charriogton-st.t Oddej- 
square, Somers-town, Middlesex, carpenter : in the Debtors 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — D, Hennessyf Ordiard- 
street, Westminster, Middlesex, licensed TictnaUer : in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— /o^ Brigps the 
elder, GraYCsend, Kent, plumber : in the Debtors Praon §ar 
London and Middlesex. — Thomae Pocklington, BuU's-pboe, 
Shepherdess-walk, City-road, Middleaex, rope manufacturer; 
in Uie Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. — Jaaaes 
Leigh, Pickering.place, Paddington, Middlesex, onuuneDtel 
modeller : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— 
Thos, Martindale, Bidborough-street, Burton- crescent. Mid- 
dlesex, derk in Somerset-house : in the Debtors FrisoB for 
London and Middlesex.— fefmofuf Simkitu, Eases-street, Is- 
lington, Middlesex, butcher : in the Debtors Prison for London 
and Middlesex.— T^omot Pike, Market-street, Hart-street, 
Bloomsbury, Middlesex, shopman to a tailor : in the Dd>tors 
Prison for London and Middlesex.— 2S/i>. Marg Memdhamf 
New-inn-yard, Shoreditch, Middlesex, licensed Yictnaller : in 
the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. — Jol^ Boewell, 
Farthinghoe, near Brackley, Northamptonshire, innobmi- 
ness : in the Gaol of Northampton. — J. Mackrill the younga, 
Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire, in no business : in the Gaol of 
Lincoln. — Frances Runder, Bxeter, Devonshire, out of busi- 
ness : in the Gad of Exeter. — Thomas Bishop, Southampton, 
Hampshire, builder : in the Gaol of Southampton. — BHiaketh 
Brown, Nottingham, licensed ▼ictualler : in tiie Gaol of Bad- 
ford 'Peierel,-—John Dgke, Nottingham, shoemaker: in the 
Gaol of Radford Peverd.— JoAn Hodgkinson, New Rjidford, 
Nottinghamshire, mdtster : in the Gaol of Radford Peverd.— 
James Hedderlg, Nottingham, baker : in the Gaol of NoU 
tingham.— FTm. /oA», Pentyreh, Glamoigtnsbire, Ubomr: 
in the Gaol of Cardiff.— Bety'smln Bayes, Great YarmonOi, 
Norfolk, pork butcher : in the Gad of Norwidu — Johm Oeo. 
Holmes, Bnrton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, guard on theNorth 
SUffordshire Railway : hi the Gaol of Stafford.— M O. Mur~ 
rell, Swavesey, Cambridgeshire, grocer: in the Gaol of 
Cemhn^, — Frederick Dorrington, Ware, HertfordsYiIre, 
carpenter : in the Gaol of Hertford.— /amct FiekUmg^ Eodes, 
near Manchester, provision shopkeeper : in the Gaol of Lan- 
oatter.-^John Hall, Great Gaddoidon, Hertfordshire, abos- 
maker : in the Gaol of Hertford. — William Miller, Portaea, 
Hampshire, builder : in the Gaol of Portsmouth.— >/. JPeck^ 
Old Buckenham, Norfolk, commissioned horse dealer : in the 
Gaol of Norwich. — George Thonuis, Pantfaumphrey, Llaiuath« 
ney, Carmarthenshire, weaver : in the Gaol of f'nrmsrfhrsL 
Rich, T, Hinton, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, derk to the 
trustees of the Wenlock and Churdi Stretton Tumpike-ioed : 
in the Gaol of Shrewsbury.— 7*Ao0m» Llogd, Wolverhamptno, 
Staffordshire, licensed victudler : in the Gaol of Stafibrd*— 
Wm, Leicester, Kersall-hall-fturm, Kersall-moor, near Man- 
diester, out of business : in the Gad of Lancaster. — Hewrg 
Re4feam, Sheffield, Yorkshire, saw maker: in the Gacri sf 
York^^Marmaduke Taylor, Skerton, near Lancaster, 0Qf4- 
wainer : in the Gapl of Lancaster.- iS. Tolson, Ddton, Bear 
Huddersfield, Yorkshire, doth salesman: in the Gad of Yoriu 
-^Henry Tomlinson, MayAdd, Staffordshire, schoolmaster: 
in the Gad of Derby.— JoAn Banerqft^ Manchester, beer- 
house-keeper : in the Gaol of Lancaster*— l{icAeri{ Simmmn^ 
Preston, L a n cas hir e, retail deder m ale : in the Gad of Leo* 
caster.— VTm. RusseU, Mandiester, agent : in the Gaol of 
Lancasterw*-7^oiiMts Jforrif, Mandkester, out of bnsinea : ia 
the Gaol of Lancaster.— Harlef^ i5leaefiifii,Manchestar, tulor: 
in the Gaol of Lancaster.— JScfvertf Cook, Manchestm^, reed 
maker s in the Gaol of Lancaster.— ^;B«iet Feir^ough, BooUe, 
near Liverpool, architect t in the Gad of Lancaster.— Ai#. 
Taylor, Cdeshill, Hertfordshire, blacksmith i in the Gad of 
Aylesbury,— ITfN. Woetwood, Newdtordi, Ida of "WUO, 
famir : ia the Gad of WiadieiC«r. 



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Bffid^ and Wm, BtfteMt, Hmdtwortli, StdTordibin, iran- 
maaters. April 10 mt 10» District Ckmrt of Budmiptej, Bfar. 
niBi^MHn, dxr.— /oMf^ C Phj^, DunleT, Glooceifeenhire, 
dnptTr April 17 at 12, Distriet Caort of Banknipt^, Brii- 
tol, dir. 

Cbbtificaiss. 

T^^alhw€d, wtimt C W m t 6e tAav» la tk§ c a wlraff an ar 

k/bra tk€ Da^ (/ 3fae/<iv. 

PVaNctf Cloweit Norwich, auctioneer, April 9 at 12, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London. — .^^matf cyNeUtf livarpool, oom 
merchant, April 9 at II, District Court of Bankmptcj, Li- 
Ycrpool. — Ikmd l\amer, Sheffield, Yorkshire, innkeeper, 
April 7 at 10, District Coort of Bankmptoj, Sheffield.— YTm. 
8, Pearmm, Burslem, Staffordshire, drnggist, April 17 at 10, 
District Coort of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. — John Taie$ the 
younger, Colwich, Staffordshire, corn &otor, April 17 at 10, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. 

T^^tdhwd hff ike Flee-Cloiiealfor ^ ike SRgk Omri qf 
Cktmceryt mimg in Bankrmpiejft fmhm Cmmt he ekewm io 
ike etmirmy on or b^ore Aprii 6. 

^d^afNtn Peockf ui'Sfesend, Kent, oiaoount Droker.'~*A. 
B&ifward, Southampton, brewer. — /. Loekfer, St. James's- 
ivalk, Clerkenwell, Middleaex, metid tool merchant.— JSIiff. 
JUng, Norwich, brush maker. — Tkomae Boee the younger, 
Dorking, Surrey, grocer.^^tw. D. HavUand, Burwash, Sua- 
aaz, iKm mercfaant^Glaff. Joe, John 'Htmer, Bueklersbury, 
nd Old Jewry, London, au ct i oneer.— Wm, Wo(fe Bonnep, 
WSliam-street, Knightsbridge, Middkaez, wfaie merdumt — 
J^rtmeie Kemiee, Waterloo-Toad, Lambeth, Surrey, draper.— 
Dadei Horion, Russell's-hall Iron Works, near Dudley, Wor- 
oa ster si iir e, iinomaster.— IF. 8. Dennis, Long Buckby, North- 
amptOBabire, Hnen draper.— Tlbot. JV. Ajnaonf, Torquay, 
Ddfousfaire, gf ooer •"■"". fV, jMieir, Cheltenham, GHouoeater* 
ahhne, tailor. 

SCOTOB SiaUBSTftATlONa. 

Boberi Crmuion, Edinburgh, hotel keeper.— Ro»I.JUIfle» 
Selkirk, joiner.— Deviiflfy^, Dundee, sh^Kmner.— IFm. X- 
Ormikekank, Elgin, merchant.- Tlomaa Ditmar, Oieff, inn- 
keeper. — Oeo, A. Bieeei, Edinburgh, stay manu(hctufer.-*?F. 
JL Sieei, Glasgow, merchant— Htmlcr Rokerieon ^ Co,, 
Greenock, merchants. — PkiHp Toumff, Oiaagom.-^AiettMMier 
Buekanan, Glasgow, gingham mannfcntnrer. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
wm ktne/Ued ikeir PeUHone in ike Omri of BmOmpiep, 
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John Cos, Birmingham, Karoh 26 at 2, County Court of 
Warwickshire, at Birmini^iam.— Joibi AmoeO, Birmingham, 
potato saleaman, Karoh 26 at 2, County Court of Warwick- 
riiire, at Birmingham. — 8, Af Act, Biraiingham, earthenware 
dealer, March 26 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, «t 
Birmingham.— C%ari<^ MmndeU, Ryde, Newdiureh, lale of 
Wight, Hampshire, painter, March 30 at 10, County Court of 
Hampshire, at Newport. --ilrfAiir IF. Fotoiee, Ryide, New- 
diureh, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, pdnter, Maivh 30 at 10, 
County Court of Hampdiire, at Newport. — Hmnrieon Ireland, 
Plamboronah, Yorkshire, shoemaker, Maroh 29 at 10, County 
Court of Yorkshire, at Bridlington.— /amat Kemp, Brading, 
Isle of Wight, Hampshire, labourer, March 80 at 10, County 
Court of Hampahire, at Newport.— yiawaa Noad, Bristci, 
iaddler, April 18 at 11, County Court of Ghmoeatenriuro, at 
Bristol.— /oM^A Cos, Oaklands-fivm, Mangotaftdd, Barton 
Regis. Glouoestershure, fniner, April 18 at 11, Comity Court 
of Gbuceatershire, at Bristol.— ffiOieni LUion the younger, 
Warrington, Lannshire, bookkeeper, April 5 at U, Comity 
Court ot Lancashire, at Warrington. — Geo, A. Dene, Bristol, 
attorney's derk, April 18 at 11, County Court of Gkmcester- 
ahire, at Bristol.— SoroA Hm§kee^ Briatol, of no bosineas, 
April 18 at 11, County Court of Gloueestershire. at BristoL— 
Jewtee Aneiey, Birmin^iam, fruiterer, March 26 at 2, County 
Court of Warwickshire, at Bimingham.— E/isa^eM Payne, 
Birmingham, out of business, March 26 at 2, County Court of 
Warwickshire, at Birmingliam.— Ao^er/ LaU, Stowmarket, 
Sufiolk, shoemaker, March 26 at 10, County Coort of Suffolk, 
at Stowmsrket.— /oA» Notiey, Brandon. Suffolk, achoolmaster, 
March 30 at 2. County Court of Norfolk, at Thetford.— Wm, 
Baekkam, Wickham-market, Suffolk, carpenter. March 29 at 
1, County Conrt of Suffolk, at Woodbridge.— JoaoA T^lomot, 



Carmarthen, writer, March 27 at 2, County Coort of Car- 
martfaenshire, at Cannarthen.- AmM Jkmiel, Tynewydd, 
Uangunnor, Carmarthenshire, farmer, March 27 at 2, County 
Court of Carmarthenshire, at Carmarthen. — Wm, Aileock, 
Nottingham, pattern designer, April 9 at 9, County Court of 
Nottingliamslure, at Nottingham. — Wm. Warrom, Bath, ia 
no bu^eas, April 7 at 12, County Court of SomeraetaUre, it 
Bath.— JoAji Oarrod, St. Alban's, Hertfordshire, Mureh 39^ 
half.past 10, County Court of Hert fordsh ire, at St. Alban's.— 
LUeJ^ld Oreen, Claremont-sq., Pentonville, Middkaez, oit 
of business, March 28 at 1, County Court of Hertfordahire, ai 
Hertford.— il^MP. LUekJUld, St. Alban's, Hertfordshire, oit 
of business, March 30 at half-past 10, County Court of Hert- 
fordshire, at St. Alban's. ~/of. Smitk, Silkstone, Yorkshire, 
atonemason, April 13 at 12, County Court of Yorkdiiie, it 
Bamsley. — Robi. B, M, Bogan, Birkenhead, Chcahire, sac 
tioMer, Mareh 30 at 10, County Court of Chediire, at Bir. 
kenhead. — Jamee Herd, Tranmere, Cheshire, con broker, 
Maroh 30 at 10, County Court of Cheshire, at BirfcflBhead.— 
Joeepk Adame, Walcot, Bath, carpenter, Marck 24 at 12, 
County Court of Somersetshire, at Bath. 

Tke following Pereone, wko, on ikeir eeveralPeiiHone/Uedin 
ike Comri, kave obtained Inierim Ordere for Proieeiian 
from Proeeee, are required io appear in Cburi at AereinaHer 
mentioned, ai ike Comri^kouee, in Poriugal'etreet, Lm^ 
coin's Bm, ae followe, io be examined and dteU wilA 
according io ike Biainies — 

Marek 30 ai 10, before Mr, Commieeioaer Law. 
Wm. Pkilt^, GroTe-terrace, Bayswater, Middleaez, &di- 
monger. 

Marck 31 ai 10, b^f^re Mr. C o mm it ei o n er Law. 
Jokn Tell, Crunaoott-at., Giunge-road, Benuondaey, Ssrey, 
upholsteier's dark. 

April 2 ai 11, befitre Mr. Gn m ni eti oner Pexixjpfl. 
Geo. C, Bull, WhidmOl-st, finsbury, Middleaex* tailot.- 
Atnelia O. Furgeman, widow, Temple-at., St. Geor^'a-iaad, 
Southwark, Surr^, ac t r ee s . 

Tke following Prieonere are ordered io be brougki tgi Ac^ 
fAt Cbwrl, in PortugaUeireei, to be esandnad mmd deoU 
wiik according io ike Siaiuiet^ 

Marck 30 ai 11, A^^bra Mr. Ooamieeionar Habbii. 
/oA» Burden the younger, Beresford-st, Wdworth, Surrey, 
dealer in hardware.— /oA» L, Hagman, Albanj-road, Old 
Kent-road, Surrey, aeed deaner.- 7)loa. Tkeed, Great Poti- 
land-st., Regent-st, Middleaex, money agent— JKsnA C^ken, 
Morphet-terraoe, Grore-street, Hackney, Bfiddleaex» paper 
atainer.— Sir^Aen W, Burridge, Rotherhithe-st., Ro^ietb^, 
Surrey, Uoensed rietualler. — Joeepk Siammere, TferiatodL- 
terraoe. Upper HoUoway, Middleaex, barrister at law. — Thot. 
Wkiiewood, South-st., Greenwich, Kent, plasterer. 

JlcreA 30 af 10, A^^bra Jfi^. OMMmsftecr Law. 
Tkomae Borland, Cantarbury-atreet, York-road, Lunbatk, 
Sumy, olerk to a proriakm oMrdiant. 

AfareA 31 ai 11, A^/bre Mr. Committioner PnixuFfl. 

Wm. J. Worikingion, Brook'a-mewa, Weatbourua-temoa, 
Bayswater, Middlesex, cabriolet proprietor.— JbAis IImtIs, 
Holly Bosh-hiU, Hempstead, Middleaex, following no busi- 
ness.— Oeoiye Strickland, King-street, Saint Jamea's-aqnaie, 
Middleaex, k)dging housekeeper.— Geof^ Bo/Aer, Rdmond- 
street, King'a-cross, Biiddleaex, copper plate eograTor. 
AprU 2 ai II, Af^brt ike Chuef Comciaaioitn. 

Md. Claridge, Warwkk-laae, Newgate-at., Loodoa, gold 
beater.— IWrf. Studdg, QueenVrow, Grove-lane, Omtier. 
well, Sarrsy, lieutenant in the Beat India Company'a Serrioa 
in the retired htt.-^Jaam OHoer tiw dder, Bury-atiuat. St. 
Jamea's, plumber. —/oAii Brigge the dder, Graveasod, Kent, 
superannuated pahiter Arom her Mijesty's Do<^yard at Sheer- 
neaa.— iSir TAoaNU Uowland Roberie, Bart., Appdby-ootCage, 
Cbeahont, Hertfordahire, not in any employment.— O aoi y e 
MitckeU, Prince's-at., Mariborough*road, Cfadaea, Middle- 
sex, bricklayer. 

Counig Court of Laneaekire, ai Laneaeter, Ateigneu kaoe 
betu appoinied in tke following Oaeee: — 
/oA» Beed, LiTerpool, baker. No. 70,662; Chriatapher 
Wade, assignee.— 7Aof. GbrI, Chorlay, Lanoashire, proviiioa 



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identification of parcels independent of the changes which 
the fancies of men, in reference to nomenclature, not 
less than their wants ia reference to subdiyision, tend 
to introduce. That many titles are unmarketable, from 
the difficulty of identifying the triangular pieee of land, 
now called, perhaps, ^' The Home-field," aad known by 
that name as far back as living or hearsay evidence can be 
carried, as a portion of some other piece of land of a 
totally different name, and, perhaps, of a totally dif- 
ferent shape, according to the description of the parcels 
in the older deeds, is a fact but too well borne out by 
daily experience ; and the question is, how the difficulty 
is to be met. That maps of some kind must be used, is to- 
lerably clear. But we apprehend that it b not the mere 
acMition to a deed of conveyance of any kind of map of 
the parcels that will meet the principle of the difficulty. 
A map, however correct, is, if no more than a common 
map, but a picture of a given piece of land, exhibiting 
its boundaries by reference to other boundaries, them- 
saives of a fluctuating character ; so that a map of BUck- 
acre, easily identifying it to day, may be as useless for 
the purpose twenty years hence as the old-fashioned 
description of parcels. The principle that should be 
kept in view we take to be this, that the maps of par- 
cels annexed to conveyances, for the purpose of an 
efficient registration, should be constructed on the prin- 
ciple of referring by meaaurement to a sufficient num- 
b^ of fixed points, previously ascertained, on the face 
of the country ; so that whatever becomes of the existing 
phyaical marks, such as hedges, ditches, roads, or the 
Uka, constituting visible boundaries, the identity of the 
paveels may at all times be ascertained, if need be, by 
tlia mi^ itself containing the means of re-constructing 
it; If these fixed points remained wholly to be aeoer^ 
talned, it would, of course, be an objection to the plan 
that great previous delay and expense would be in* 
comd. But, for a lai:ge portion of the surface of the 
eomtiy, l&e existing ordnance maps^and die field- 
heeka and calculations on which they have been con- 
simicted, already afford fixed points aocurately ascer- 
taJBod in abundance ; aad as to that part of the country 
wliiah has not yet been snbjeoted to the Grovemment 
survey, the beet existing maps would afibrd the means 
of fixing poiata with soffident accunoy to be relied 
upon, subject to correetion whenever the trigonome- 
trloal survey should be completed. If snob maps were 
a Iktle expensive at first — and we doubt whether thdr 
cspense wovld be very materially greater than that of 
ocmoHm mapa^— the additional expense would be soon 
eompenaated by the saving in the deseriptiona of parcels^ 
if we were only to take* into account the omission in 
Htfco a si ve oonveymcesof the long descriptions identify- 
btg by refsrence to oocupancy ; fbv it wovld be quite 
iiamaterial whether Blaekasre waa lately in the occu* 
nation of A., mth a long name and desigviation, and 
fiMVierly of B., with equally long ones, if one could, on 
any dbpute, at once mark out the boundaries b v mea- 
suring m>m fixed points, and so re-constructing the out- 
line of Uie plot of^ground designated in the conveyance 
laBbMskaere. 



Xastbr nr Chancxbt. — The Lord Chanedlor has 
MVoiBted Hubert Smith, Gent^ of Satnt Leonard's, 
Bndgpioith, Shsopehirs, to be a Maater Extraardinaiy 
kbtlie hi^ Court of Chanceiy. 



ON THE OMISSION TK) GIVE NOTICE OF 
FILING PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE 23bd 
ORDER IN CHANCERY OF 1842. 

The 23rd General Order in Chancery of 1842 directly 
that when any solicitor or party shall cause an appear^ 
ance to be entered, or an answer, demurrer, plea, or 
replication to be filed, he shall on the same day give 
notice thereof to the solicitor of the adverse party, or 
to the adverse party himself if he acts in persoiu 

On this Order the question has arisen, wb^ior the 
consequence of negleot to give notice entitles the party, 
to whom it ought to be given, to set aside the procecKlin^ 
or merely entitleahim to time.. In a case of «7oAajoa r. 
Tucker, (11 Jur. 466), replication had been filed on the 
11th March, and notice wasAot given, till the Idth ApciL 
TheVice-Chancellor of England ordered the replication 
to be taken off the file. It was contended', that, if dday 
was caused to the defendant, he might apply for further 
time, and such time w<Mild be granted at the cost of the 
defendant. But to this the Court answered, that the 
plaintiff had no right, by neglecting to comfdy with the 
rules of the Court, to put the defendant to troable, and 
force him to incur any, even the smallest risk of costs; 
and in the judgment, his Honor says, ^ The effect ivthat 
the defendant may be obliged to take a course of pro- 
ceeding, which, by the rules of the Court, wonld'not have 
been thrust upon him if the i^aintiff had given notice 
properly." In Wriffht v. Analef(6 Haw, 107), Ae 
point came befose Vioe-ChanceUor Wigran, also on a ne- 

flect to rive notice of replication having been filed. His 
lonor, being referred to Johnstm v. Tucker, decided, in 
opposition to it, that the proper course is not in genoal 
to nullify the proceeding, but to ^ve time to the party 
entitled to notice at the cost of hia opponent. In that 
case, the defondant gave nottoe of motion, on the 20tli 
October, to diamiss for want of proseeatioa; the pUnt- 
tiff on the same day filed his replication, hot did not 
give notice till the dOth. There could hardly be a case, 
therefore, in which the point could be tried' mora 
completely on its technical ground, because it war 
impossible to contend that tne defendast oauld ba^ 
to an^ material extent* damnified,, if time weva gtv«K 
to him. The Vice^Chanoellor said he treated thi 
order requiring notice on the same day as directory; 
he did not say that special circumstances niight not 
exist to make the course of treating the proceMbig si 
irregular the most proper for eometing the enor; 
but, in the case befiwe him, his Honor saw no snoh eii»- 
cnmstanoes. In SufiM v* £<md^ (10 Beaw 3811 
which was cited in. Johtuan v. TudUr, Lord T^t>jpiJ# 
had proceeded on the same reasoning that the ^oe- 
Chancellor adopted in Wright v. Angle. The point 
here arose on the filing of an answer. The plhintiff had 
obtained the common injunction. The defesdsat, oa 
the 24ith April, which, waa aSatnsday, filed hia annreiy 
and obtained an order nisi. On the 26tlL he tpwe no- 
tice of having filed his answer. The plaintiff moved 
to discharge the order nisi. The Master of the Bolls, 
however, on the ground, that in the case befbre him 
no inconvenience had been occamoned by the omtsaioB, 
refused to discharge the order niai, but made the de- 
fendant pav the ooets of the application^ ** It ia in- 
sisted,*' said his Lordship^ ** that I ougiit to dischaiy 
the order in all case& whetlier any inconvenience faat 
been created to the other side or not. I do not think 
that this is the necessarv consequence of such an 
sion. It is- quite tree tnat if the Court rekiaEeB its 
neral roles, it will give rise toiaooaveoieiiee, by ' 
qneat diaonariona. whieb will toaaeqaantljr anaj^ but 



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12 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. 
ac. — Tko9. Symet, Bridgwater, Soraersetriiire, scriTcner, April 
18 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. ; 
April 18 at 11, diw.— John J, Kingdon, Ridgway, Plympton 
Saint Mary, Defonshire, saddler, April 17 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. ; April 18 at 11, div. 
— John IVilkitu, Bridport, Dorsetshire, marble mason, April 

17 at II, District Court of Bsnkruptqf, Exeter, aud. ac. ; 
April 18 at 11, div. — Wm. B, Barandon, Philpot-lane, Lon- 
don, merchant, April 12 at 11, Court of BaiUcruptcy, Lon- 
don, dvr,^Jokn Matthewi and Chat. D. Matthewtt Chipping 
Norton, Oxfordshire, and Chipping Campden, Gloucester- 
shire, bankers, April 17 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Birmingham, and. ac. and fin. dir. — AdolphuM Blumtntkal^ 
Birmingham, wine merchant, April 18 at 12, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, fin. dir. — Wm, Maury, Liver- 
pool, merchant, April 10 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Liverpool, diy. — Boberi Kay, Tottington Lower End, 
Luicashire, com dealer, April 12 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, div. — Bdmumd ArrowMmith, Bum- 
ley, Lancashire, mercer, April 12 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, fin. div. 

CBRTiriCATXS. 

7b b€ aiiowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or 
b^ore the Day qf Meeting, 
Christopher /. Knapping, Eastwood, Essex, cattle dealer, 
April 11 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — O, Streeter, 
Lisson-grove, Middlesex, draper, April 19 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London. — James Willis, Osbome-street, White- 
chapel, Middlesex, ale merchant, April 12 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London. — Henry Bdw, Stevens, Grays, Essex, 
grocer, April 12 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — John 
Wintle, Shirehampton, Westbury-upon-Trym, Gloucester, 
shire, innkeeper, April 10 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, BristoL'^eii. Cogswell, Wotton-under .Edge, Glou- 
cester^re, paper maker, April 12 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Bristol. — Bdward Howitt, Lincoln, miller, April 

18 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Kingston-upon- 
Hull.— FFffi. Parrott, Leicester, stonemason, April 13 at 10, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham.— YFim. Bedells, 
Leicester, paper dealer, April 13 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Nottingham. — Thomas Core, Stamford, Lincoln- 
shire, innkeeper, April 13 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Nottingham. 

3b be allowed by the Vice-ChaneeUor qf the High Court qf 

Chancery, acting in Bankruptcy, unless Cause be shewn to 

the contrary on or btfore April 10. 

FSrancis Thompkins, Sidney-street, Fulham-road, Middle- 
sex, bill broker. — Jose Artus, Pall-mall, Opera- colonnade, 
Middlesex, cigar importer. — Oeo. Thos, Saltmarsh, Hounds- 
ditdi, London, wine merchant. — John Henry Howard, Chel- 
tenham, Gloucestershire, oil merchant. — John Higneil, Col- 
chester, Essex, grocer. — Wm. Abbott and Wm. Abbott the 
younger, Bermondsey-street, Southwark, Surrey, patent hair 
felt manufusturers. — Wm, Corns the younger, WoWerfaamp- 
ton, Staffordshire, builder. — W, Linley, Conisbrough, York- 
shire, scythe manufacturer. — Geo, Fired. Widnall, Edgeware- 
road, Paddington, Middlesex, stationer. — JoAji Ran^ferd, Lea- 
mington-priors, Warwickshire, ooal merchant. — Thos, Fred, 
BeiUes, William-street, Knightsbridge, Middlesex, wine mer- 
chant. 

Fiat annulled. 

Thomas Stqjfbrd the younger, St. John-st., West Smith- 
field, Middlesex, pawnbroker. 

Partnership Dihsoltso. 

/. Collins and H, A, Bigley, Crescent-place, Bridge-street, 
Blackfriars, London, attomies and solicitors. 
Scotch SsauBSTRATiONt. 

John Cameron, Glasgow, wine merchant.— Jot. Higgins, 
Glasgow, baker.— /(Sines Cut hill. Paisley, manufacturer. — 
Taylor if Muir, Kilmarnock, grocers. — Nicoll 9f Co., Dundee, 
tea merchants.— ^laroiiier Gillon, Glasgow, storekeeper.— 
James Browning ^ Glasgow, saddler. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who haoejlled their Petitions in the Court of Bmnhn^cy, 

and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection Jrom 



Smmt. Baraehugh, Tamworth, Staffordshire, shoemaker, 

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March 31 at half-past 11, County Court of Warwiduhire, at 
Tamworth.— Thomas Keyworth, Laheham, Nottinghsmshiw, 
innkeeper, April 4 at 11, County Court of Notringhsmshire, 
at East Retford.— TAomaf Homer, West Bromwicfa, Staiord- 
shire, baker, March 24 at 3, County Court of Staffordshire, it 
Oldbury. — Wm, Hewett, Tiverton, Deronshire, rictuUflr, 
April 12 at 10, County Court of Deronshire, at TiTertOQ.— ?. 
Leach, Silverton, Devonshire, out of business, April 12st 10, 
County Court of Devonshire, at Hverton. — Richard WUtj/, 
Great Driffield, Yorkshire, Uilor, March 31 at 10, Coimtj 
Court of Yorkshire, at Great Driffield.— /oAn Nelson, Buy, 
Lancashire, operative cotton spinner, April 11 at 12, Constj 
Court of Lancashire, at Bury. — John Wm, Benbow, Haaky 
Castle, Worcestershire, firmer, April 13 at 10, County Coort 
of Worcestershire, at Upton-upon- Severn. — Joetph Yemi, 
Berrow, near Ledbury, Worcestershire, out of budness, April 
13 at 10, County Court of Worcestershire, at UptoD-spoo- 
Severn. — William Vaughan, North Malvern, Great Maliem, 
Worcestershire, plumber, April 13 at 10, County Gout of 
Worcestershire, at Upton-npon-Sevem. — Sautuel Swutk, Lei- 
cester, joiner, April 12 at 10, County Court of LeiceitenUrv, 
at Leicester. — John Dancaster , Brighton, Sussex, plumber, 
March 31 at 10, County Court of Deronshire, at Exeter.— 
John White, Stockland, Devonshire, yeoman, April 9 tt 10, 
County Court of Devonshire, at Azminster. — JsautSkew, 
Liverpool, lodging-house keeper, March 26 at 10, liferpool 
District County (k»urt, at Liverpool. 

The following Persons, who, on their several Petitiomfki a 
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protectim 
from Process, are required to appear in Court as hermefUr 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Us. 
coin's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt mtk 
according to the Statutes — 

April 3 «/ 11, bqfore the Chxrf CoMMittiovii. 
Matthew O, White, Augustns-street, Hampstead-rosd, Mid- 
dlesex, retired officer in the East India Company's Scrrioe.— 
Wm. T, Haines, Upper FiUroy-street, Fitzroy-sq., Wdik- 
sex, clerk in the General Post-office. 

April 3 af 11, before Mr, Commissioner HAman. 
C. W. Burrows, Macdesfield-terrace, York-st., City-roid, 
Middlesex, baker.-Vos^A Cowell the elder, Qaeen*i-tow, 
PimKco, Middlesex, printer. — F)red, Till, Prospect-tentcf, 
Haggerstone, Middlesex, out of employ. 

April Z at II, before Mr. Commissioner PBOun- 

J. MArdell, West Ham, Essex, licensed retaikr of beer. 

April 5 at 10, before Mr. Couunissi9ner Law. 

Bobt. Campion, Jerusalem-gardens, Hackney, Mid^lM^' 
waiter.— CAos. H, Biaggini, George's-buildings, Hoxtos-iqM 
Middlesex, merchant's clerk.— fFm. Huxen, Brook-itnet, 
Ratcliff, Middlesex, potato dealer. 

Saturday, March 17. 
7^ following Assignees have been appointed, Fvrikf /f ' 
ticulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal-d.t l»' 
cohCs-iun-flelds, on giving the Nmnberqfthe Cese, 
Charles Wyatt the younger. South Lambeth. Surrey, n3- 
way derk. No. 60,423 T.; John FreshSeld, as8ignec-/«|JJ« 
Bmny, Manchester, baker, No. 68,748 C. ; Oswald DumT»ll«. 
assignee.— /omeff IfarMfen, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, bst siwa- 
facturer, No. 70,640 C. ; John Graham Berry, •'^g*?'^ 
Mary Simpson, White Abbey, near Bradford, Yoriw^ 
widow. No. 70,679 C. ; WiUiam Webster, M«fn«--i;, r . 
son, Holbeck, near Leeds, Yorkshire, joiner. No. 70,613 u. 
William Singleton, assignee. 

Saturday, March 17. ^^ 

Orders have been made, vesting in the ProvUional Asitf^ 
the Bstates and Effects of the following Person:-' 
(On their own PetitionsJ . 
John Wm, Littlewood, Famoomb, Godalming, ^^^^ 
tomey at law : in the Gaol of Surrey.— /oAi ^'^l^Z* 
bury.st., Portman-maiket, Middlesex, baker : '^^^V^, 
Prison for London and Middlesex.— fFi«. ^'^^^^^i. iSSi! 
street, Featherstone-st., St. Luke's, Middlesex, ^'^'^^r^ 
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WILLIAM THOMAS, Aberdare, Glamorganshire, grocer, 
dealer and chapman, April 10 and May 4 at 11, District 
Conrt of Bankmpti^, Bristol : Off. Ass. Hutton ; Sols. 
Bird, Cardiff; Rowland & Co., Threadneedle-street.— Fiat 
dated March 17. 

JONAS JEYS, Moreton in Mardi, Gkmoestershire, boot and 
shoe maker, AprU5 at 11, and May 3 at 12, District Conrt 
of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ast. Miller; Sols. Tilsky, 
Moreton in Marsh; Brittan & Sons, Bristol; Sharpe & 
Co., Bedford-row, London.— Fiat dated Mareh 17. 

WILLIAM RAMSDEN, Wakefield, Yorkihire, painter and 
dealer in paint and oil eolonrs, April 5 and May 11 at 11, 
District Court of Bankmptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Young ; 
Sols. Taylor & Westmorland, Wakefield ; Gregory & Co., 
Bedford-row, London.— Fiat dated March 21. 

FRANCIS KING, NorthaUerton, Yorkshire, innkeeper, 
dealer and chapman, April 6 and May 11 at 11, District 
Court of Bankrnptey, Leeds : Off. Ass. Freeman ; Sols. 
Coates, Northallerton; Markland, Leeds; Williamaon & 
Hill, Great James's-street, London.^Flat dated Manh 19. 

JOSEPH MYCOCK, Longsigfat, near Manchester, pnblkan 
nnd licensed rietualler, April 5 and 26 at 11, Distriet Court 
nf Bankruptcy, Manchester: Off. Ass. Hobaon ; Sols. An- 
dbww, Manchester ; Smith, lincofai't-inn-fields, London.— 
Fiat dated Feb. 27. 

MARY WHITTAKER, Clitberoe, Lancashire, innkeeper, 
deakr and chapwoman, April 11 and 30 at 12, District 
Court of Bankmptoy, Mtfiehester: Off. Ass. Pott; Sols. 
HaU ^Baldwin, CUtheroe ; Walcot It Canr, 13, St. Swithin's- 
lane, London.— Fiat datnd March 17. 

MmiNet. 

Jmmm Orant Smith, Bath, Somerstahtre, oommon brewer, 
A^ 12 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, pr. d. 
— F)r<mei$ Tombt, Cheltenham, Glouoestershire, miller, April 
10 at 12, District Conrt of Bankruptcy, Bristol, sp. aff.— 
Wm, SiotJUrt, Of, W—d, Jokm W, UitU, J^kn C. Sp^mdtr, 
Wm. Bnmton, /at. JtntAer, and Wm, Ben. BuekUmd, Ab- 
^hareh-laae, London, and Maestcc, Glamorganshise, iron 
manufMsturen, April 3 at 11, District Court of Bankmptey, 
Briatd, last ax. of Wm. SUvtktH.^C. 8. Fmwick, Tynt- 
month, Northumberiand, banker, AprU 17 at 12, District 
Covt of Bankruptof , N«fPoaitle.upon-Tyne, last ei. — CMieb 
Btil, Darlington, Durham, whitesmith, April 17 at half-past 
11, District Conrt of Baidtmptey, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, last 
ex.— /f<lM Wati9, Cook's-gronnds, Saint Luke, Chelsea, 
Middlesex, out of business, AprU 17 at 12, Conrt of BMkk- 
nqptey, London, and. ac.— /nmst P. Wither; Winchester, 
draper, April 17 at 12, Conrt of Bankruptcy, London, and. 
9C,^8teph^ Nodem, Swinton^^traet, Gray's-inn-road, Mid- 
dlcsex, rug manufiMitnrer, April 14 at 11, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, and. ac — &lephm Keen and W. Lmigffd, 
John-street, Pentoofillc, Middleaei, brawers, April 17 at 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac — Newerk Idut and 
Bimmd Imm, Berry Edge, Durham, grocers, April 16 at 
half-past 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newesntle-upon- 
7«Be, and. ac. — Wm. Qearrett Newoaetle-npon-Tyne, book* 
Idler, April 20 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Now- 
castle-upon-Tyne, and. ac— Thomme WHkimetm, Hartlepool, 
Durham, draper, April 16 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
rupt^, Newcastk-upon-Tync, and. ac— /oAn Blmke, Sun- 
derland, Durham, edge tool manufiifturer, April 16 at half- 
past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
and. m.—Mdwmrd Omrimde, Preston, Lancashire, dniper, 
April ISat 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. 
ac—iliar. JhertaUy^ LiTcrpool, merchant, April 16 at 11, 
District Court of BankruptqTf Liverpool, and. ac ; April 17 
at 11, diT.— JoAn Oreenthielde and Matthew Strmm§, Liver- 
pool, merchant, April 16 at 11, District Conrt of Bankmptcy, 
Liverpool, and. ac ; April 17 at 11, diy. joint and sep. est. — 
Jaaees Girot Moorgate-street, London, merchant, April 17 at 
11, Court of Bankmptcy, London, diy.— IFin. Bruce, Al- 
bany-street, Regent's-psrk, Middlesex, baker, April 17 at 
hatf-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— /oAn De 
Le^atUe, Wood-street, Cheapside, London, shirt maker, April 
IS at 12, Court of Bankmptcy, London, div. — Jamee De 
Bemardy, Hanover-street, Hanover- square, Middlesex, vic- 
tualler, April 13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. — 
/. Swfumtrs, Cambridge, cabinet maker, April 14 at 11, Court 
of Bankmptcy, London, dW.— P. Wm. Smith, Bristol, cur- 
rier, April 20 at 11, District Court of Bankmptcy, Bristol, 



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div.— i;. Jemmmga, Horsforth, Yorkshire, com i 
23 at 1, District Court of Bankraptey, Leeds, diy.- 
Fieldhig and Jeremiah FieUim§, Cattsrall, and Mancfaeatart 
calico printen, April 13 at 11, Distriet Court of Bankraptoy, 
Manchester, fin. div.— /oAn Perry, Birmingham, i i ialr a t n r , 
April 14 at 12, District Court of Bankmptcy, Biiiniiighsin, 
fin. diy. 

CnnrtncATna. 
To be attorned, mnteee Camee he ehewn to the ee mirmry en nr 
^ore the Day pf Meatmy. 
Helen Watte, Cook's-grounds, Chelsea, Middlesex, <mt of 
business, April 17 at 12, Court of Bankmptcy, London.-~G. 
/. Gtadstone, Brunswick-street, Blackwall, Poplar, and Wittk- 
street, Bromley, Middlesex, builder, April 16 at 11, Court of 
Bankmptcy, London.— /oAn Wm. Veil, Walworth-pUce, 
Walworth-road, Surrey, tailor, April 16 at half.past 12, Conrt 
of Bankmptcy, London. — 7*Aoff. T^lon^^son, Halaey-termoct 
Chelsea, Middlesex, carpenter, April 13 at 11, Conrtof Bank^ 
mptcy, London.— 7*Aof. C. Dixon, Gravesend, Kent, oiUnan, 
April 17 at 11, Court of Bankmptcy, London.— /smet 5hm- 
mere, Cambridge, cabinet maker, April 14 at 11, Court of 
Bankmptqr» London.— /oc/ Ben/ton, Tooley-atraat, Sontb- 
wark, Surrey, out of business, April 14 at 12, Court of Bank- 
mptqr, London.— fFm. Bobarte, Bnmham, Burkiiyham- 
shire, apothecary, April 13 at 11, Conrt of Bankmptcv, Lou- 
doTi.—Btephen Nbden, Swinton-st., Gray's- iun-road, Mid- 
dtosex, rug manuftieturer, Apifl 14 at 11, Court of Bank- 
mptcy, London. — Oeorye Dover, Cheltenham, douceafeer- 
shwe, builder, April 17 at 11, Distriet Court of Bankmptcy, 
BristoL — A. Hmrrie, Dursley, Gloucestershire, wool broker, 
April 17 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, BristoL— HT. 
Wylam and /. Gretne the younger, Newoastle-upon-Tyicmer- 
chants, April 16athaK-p«it 10, District Court of BankmHer, 
Neweastle-upon-Tyne.— / Poreter, Shafto, Hartbnm, North- 
umberland, banker, April 16 at 12, District Court of Bank- 
mptcy, Newcastle-npon-Tyne. — J. Swindett, Ardwiek, Msa- 
Chester, pkimber, April 13 at 12, Distriet Court of Bank- 
Mandiester. — T. Benley, Birmingham, glass cutter, 



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"Mmj 16 at 12, District Conrt of Bankmptcy, Birmingham.— 
C ff. Uue hi ne o n , Birmingham, Uoensed rietualler, Aprfl 24 at 
10, District Court of Bankmptoy, Birmingham. — John Pod^ 
more, Tunstall, Wolatanton, Staibrdshire, grocer, April IT 
at 11, Distriet Court of Bankruptcy, Bfarmin^am. 

7b be allowed by the Vice- Chmeellor ^ the m§h Omrtef 

Chancery, acting in Bankreiptqf, utUeee Camee be ehaam to 

the eemirary em or before AprU 13. 

John BarUey, Newcastle-apon-Tyne, merchant — >/! GUm, 
Shorediteh, Middlesex, clothier.— G. P. Henry, Lvrerpoo!, 
vinegar brewer. — O. T. Arnold, Liverpool, news agent.— ,0. 
J. Mander, Mark, Somersetshire, draper.— (SenRtiW ilsiet, 
Hanley, Staffordshire, scrivener.— .^'yu. C Mattkawe, Gtest 
Driffidd, Yorkshire, manufacturing chemist.— A. B. Stelf, 
Leytonstone, Essex, lodging-house keeper. — Joe. P. Shuttle^ 
worth, Birmingham, mathematical instmment maker. — Bdm. 
Briyge, CasUecon Mills, near Rochdale, Lancashire, hatter.— 
John Peareon, Middleton, Yoriuhire, miller. — Tktmet T. 
Haydon, Wandsworth, Surrey, butcher. — Chria. Meryan, 
Leeds, Yorkshire, tea dealer. 

Scotch SnauasTRATioNa. 

Jmmee Miiteheil, South Briggs, Camousie, Fofglnn. Bsaf- 
shire, fturmer.— fTolfer M*Furlane, Glasgow, stoek broker. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who have/Ued their Petitiane in the Court qf Q mmir ufi cy, 

and have obtained an Interim Order for Protaeiien /rm 

Proceu. 

John Andereon, Botchergate, Carlisle, Cumberland, shoe- 
maker, March 27 at half-past 9, County Court of CwDherbad, 
at Carlisle.— f/ennr R. LeddeU, Slough, Uptoo-cum-Chsfaicy, 
Buckinghamshire, ironmonger, April 4 at 10, County Coait 
of Berkshire, at Windsor. — Henry Hedgee, Flrrt-street^ 
Marlborongh-road, Chelsea, Middlesex, in no business, Mardi 
29 at half.past 10, Connty Court of Berkshire, at Parringdoo. 
— John Moeee Bun/all, Billinghay, Lincolnshire, veterinary 
surgeon, April 13 at 11, County Court of Lincoln»hire, st 
Sleaford.— Geo. Timbrell the younger, Winchcomb, Gloaces- 
tershira, cordwainer, April 11 at 10, County Court of Glouoes- 
tershire, at Winchcomb. — Jamee Harper, Abbey Dor%| 
Herefordshire, fanner, April 12 at 10, County Court of Her^' 
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"principle" of the feudal law, and it combined with 
such rule the meie technical rule of its own procednra, 
of giving exclusive cre^t^ oaall ma*tenof titk„inany 
interlocutory prooeedmg, to the answer of the defend- 
ant. How such a rule of pleading ever came to exist, 
has passed the comprehension of enunent judges, and 
it certainly passes our much more finite understanding. 
It is, indeed, very diflScult to understand why more 
credit should be given to the oath of a person inter- 
ested as a defendant, than to the oath of a person in- 
terested as plaintiff; still more, why greater credit 
should be given to the oath of an interested defendant 
than to that of a dismterested witness for the plaintiff; 
but such unquestionably is the rule ; and if I file a bill, 
alleging thai I am entitled under the will of A., or 
under a settlement made by A. and B., if the defendant 
will take upon himself to swear that no such will or 
no such settlement was ever made, or that an earlier 
deed was made which gives him title, not all the affi- 
davits of all the most credible persons that the country 
could produce, could be looked at until the hearing of 
the cause, or the result of a trial by ejectment. 

The result of this agreeable combination b, that, to 
take an extreme case, though a defendant might be 
the most notorious liar in his county, he would have 
a period, ranging from six months to two years, during 
which he might, without the possibility of hindrance, 
utterly strip of all its timber an estate, the title to 
which might turn out ultimately not to be in him. 
That such is the state of the law has been decided with 
great reluctance, but, we believe, most correctly, in 
the case referred to, of Davenport v. Davenport; but 
that such a state of the law is an intolerable abomina- 
tion, must, we think, be apparent to any one who con- 
siders it carefully. It rests entirely, as we have said, 
upon the arbitrary rule of pleading, and the feudal 
contempt, in regard to real estate, of everything in the 
nature of a mere chattel. 

When the title to personal property is in dispute, 
although the rule of pleading is maintained in full 
force, its application becomes mostly harmless, because 
^ere arises, almost of necessity, the compensating 
rule, which is applied even in regard of real estate, if 
the injury threatened is destraotive of the substance 
of the property in litigation. K, for instance, I claim 
the title to a mere chattel, which is in the possession 
of A., A. will be restrained from destroying or parting 
with it, just as he would be restrnned from digging 
<mt co^ fiK>m a oolliery, and that, in either case, al- 
Hiough he denies my title; and the only reason why 
timber, and other things which grow out of the land, 
SM not so protected, seems to be^ that they are not 
actually what is temed tiie inheritaiKe. In ^e lan- 
guage of eommon sense, they ore, however, as mudi 
part of the hiheritanoe as the land itself; they are, at 
any rate, incidents^ and sometimes the most valuable 
incidents^ to property: and we eoneeive, that, if a 
country gentieman were told, that, by stripping his 
estate of all its tfanber, his inheritance would not be 
tejured, he might well he jimtified in saying, that such 
8 doctrine wfmld he ▼ery bod sense, Aoogli it might 
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TUESDAY, M^scH 27. 
BANKRUPTS. 
RICHARD K)HN GOSS, Sidney-street, Stepney, Middle. 
MX, Tictnaller, April 4 and M^ 8 at 1,. Cooit oC Bok. 
ruptcy, London: Off. Asa. Stanrfeld; Sol. Tamer, 8, 
Bfonnt-itreet, Whitccliapel.— Fiat dated Mtfch 7. 
JOHN EDMUNDS CURTIS, Newport PagneH, 
hamshira, printer and bookadkr, daalflr and c . 
April 11 and May 8 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lovidoa: 
Off. Asa. Stansfeld ; Sol. Taylor, Bucklcrsbuiy, Lon&HU— 
FUt dated March 22. 
JAMES REID, Edgeware-road, Middlesex, and Bexky. 
heath, Woolwich, Rochester, Chatham, and Maidstone, 
Kent, draper, April 11 and May 11 at 1 , Court off B an Vn apte y , 
London: Off. Asa. Pennell; Sols. Reed & Co., Friday-fU, 
Cheapside. — Fiat dated March 21. 
THOMAS NUNN, Colchester, Essex, coal merdiant, doler 
and chapman, April 2 at 2, and May 14 at 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Turquand ; Sols. Abdl, 
Colchester ; Bull, Ely-place.— Fiat dated Maidi 22. 
HENRY WILLIAMS, Parit-pl., Kenmngton-crow, Surrey, 
ironmonger and smith, dealer and diapman^ April 7 at 12, 
and May 12 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, I^ndou: 
Off. Ass. Green ; Sols. Wood Se Frascr, 78, Dean-st., Soho. 
—Fiat dated March 27. 
JOHN REDINGTON, Moreton, Essex, miller, Apfd 7 tt 
half-past 11, and May 12 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London: Off. Ass. Follett; SoL Hilleary, Fenofanfch-ia.- 
Fiat dated March 23. 
THOMAS MANDERS, High-row, Knightshridge, Wert- 
minster, Middlesex, victualler, April 5 at half-past 1, and 
May 10 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Bdl; 
Sol. Dangerfield, Chancery-lane.— Fiat dated Maich 26. 
HENRY DUNK, Brook, Chatham, Kent, timher merchant, 
dealer and chapman, April 10 at 2, and May 15 at 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Edwards; SoL 
NiAoUs. 9, Cook's-court, Carey-st— Fiat dated March 27. 
ALEXANDER BURN CALLANDER, Mindng-hne, l/)ii- 
don, com factor, dealer and chi^man, Anril 10 at 1, ud 
May 15 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ais. 
Edwards ; SoU. Marten & Co., 31, Commercial SafoRoomiT 
Mindng-lane.— Fiat dated March 20. 
JOHN BASKERV ILLE, Ludlow, Shropihire, Uma draper, 
dealer and chapman, April 10 and May 1 at 10, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Abs. Valpy ; Sob. 
Motteram & Co., Birmingham ; Jones, Siw-lsne, Loodo. 
—Fiat dated March 15. 
JAMES COOPER, Newcastle-under.Lyme, Sta£EoidibK> 
smallware dealer, haberdasher, dealer and chapman, A^ 
4 and May 1 at 10, District Court of Bankraptey, Bir- 
mingham : 0£ Ass. Yalpy ; Sol. Hanfiag, mwes^B- 
nnder-Lyme.— Fiat dated Marsh 2U 
EDWIN BANNISTER, Abbott's Bromley aad Hill Red- 
ware, Staffordshire, harness maker, April 10 and May 8 it 
10, District Court of Baidmiptcy, Bi rmin g ham : Off. Ass. 
Christie; Sol. Crabb, Rogeksy.— Fiat dated Mwdi 16. 
ROBERT ROBERTS, Tozteth-ptrii, near liTSipool, p^ 
and buUder, April 10 and 30 at 11, Diitriot Gooft of 
Bankruptcy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. CasenoTe ; Sob. More- 
croft & Son, Uverpool; Chester ft Co., St^le^n, I^on. 
don.— Fiat dated Mardi 23. 
JOSEPH FORRESTER, Whitehaten, Ciimb«laad, aareei 
and draper, April 13 at half-past 10, and Mm 15 it 1. 
District Court of Bankrupt«7J5fewci8tle-iwon-l^: 0°- 
hm. Wakky ; Sob. Pterry, WUtahavea; R^^edew, !*e^- 
castlo-upon-TyBe; SC»bba, 16» Faiaival'»4mi» LoBte*" 
Fiat dated March 14» 
JOSHUA SIM. Cockermouth, JOSEPH SIM, BnaAw^ 
and DANIEL SIM, Brai&waita, Combe^^wooOn 
mannfhctarers, (ourykig en bostnasf e^ Btvtthwsite, mJJ 
the firm of Joshua Sim and Soaa), April IS at half*yt^W' 
and May 18 at half-past 1, Dbtrict Govt U Buikrvt9> 
Newcastle-unon.Tyne : Off. Ass. Wakby; Sob. hatm, 
Keswtek; Benson, Codremioalhr Dtoei, Vewc«tto-^on- 
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April 3 at 11, County Court of Cheshire, at Northwich. — 
Itaae Smiik, Kertaitf, near Coventrj, Warwickshire, market 
gardener, April 25 at 2, Coanty Conrt of Warwickshire, at 
Coyentry.— JbAfi Eiseley, Northampton, baker, April 9 at 
half-past 10, County Court of Northamptonshire, at North- 
ampton. — John Payne, Coventry, Warwickshire, ribbon 
weayer, April 25 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at Co- 
Yentrj.—Jokn Cooper, Coventry, Warwickshire, out of busi- 
ness, April 25 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at Co- 
ventry. — H. Coleman, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, common carrier, 
April 11 at 12, County Court of Lincolnshire, at Spilsby. — 
Edto. D, Stonet, Burgh in the Marsh, near Spilsby, Lincoln- 
shire, ironmonger, April 11 at 12, County Court of Lincoln- 
shire, at Spilsby. — Fired, Oumell, Homcastle, Lincolnshire, 
coach maker, April 12 at 10, County Court of Lincolnshire, at 
Homcastle. — Wm, Johnson, Homcastle, Lincolnshire, coach 
maker, April 12 at 10, County Court of Lincolnshire, at Horn- 
casUe. — Thomas Halliday, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, currier, 
April 12 at 10, County Court of Yorkstdre, at Huddersfield. 
"^ohn Marshall, Homcastle, Lincolnshire, brewer's dray- 
man, April 12 at 10, County Court of Lincolnshire, at Hom- 
castle. — Jos, Cliff's, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, labourer, April 
12 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Huddersfield.— -/ona- 
than Swallow, Lockwood, Almondbuir, Yorkshire, merchant, 
April 12 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Huddersfield. 
—Mat I hew Crossley, Halifax, Yorkshire, shoemaker, April 11 
at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Halifax. — M. Robinson, 
Sbotton Colliery, near Haswell, Durham, coal miner, April 26 
at 10, County Court of Durham, at Durham. — Wm, Ear* 
rison, Bamsird Castle, Durham, straw bonnet manufacturer, 
April 19 at 10, County Court of Durham, at Barnard Castle. 
— /. H, B, Gumey, Paul, Cornwall, solicitor, April 10 at 10, 
County Court of Cornwall, at Penxance. — Geo. Line, Steeple 
Ashton, Wiltslure, blacksmith, April 13 at 12, County Court 
of Wiltshire, at Trowbridge. — Thomas Simpson, Leckbamp- 
ton, Gloucestershire, road contractor, April 17 at 10, County 
Court of Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham. — Gewge Tinkler, 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, cooper, April 17 at 10, County 
Court of Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham. 

Saturday, March 24. 
The following Assignees hwe been appointed. Further par* 
tieuktrs may be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st., Lin» 
eotn'S'inM'fields, en giving the Number qf the Case. 
Uriah Plant, Winsford, near Over, Cheshire, bookkeeper, 
No. 70,180 C; John D. Eshelby, assignee.— JVfii. Thame 
Haswell, Chancery-lane, London, gentleman. No. 60,382 T.; 
Cbas. A. Shaw, assignee.— /amM Green, Deep Carr, Eccles- 
field, Yorkshire, farmer. No. 29,838 C; Abraham Windle, 
sole naugaee.— Joseph Green, Deep Carr, Ecdesfield, York- 
shire, farmer. No. 29,839 C; Abraham Windle, sole assignee. 

Saturday, March 24. 
Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee 
the Estates and Bf sets qf the following Persons: — 
COn their own PetitionsJ. 
John Grant, Gracechurch-st., London, fishmonger : in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. — Philip Slade, 
Sa1e*st., Faddington, Middlesex, carpenter: in the Debtors 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — W. Ift7i!», Whittington. 
place, Upper Holloway, Middlesex, statuary : in the Debtors 
Prison for London and Middlesex.— Edt^in Jeanes, York-st., 
Blackfriars-road, Surrey, licensed yictualler: in the Gaol of 
Honemonger-lane. — Francis Claridge, Brook-st., Bond-st., 
Middlesex, wine merchant : in the Queen's Prison.— iZe^ecea 
Downing, widow, Wellington*st., Southwark, Surrey : in the 
Queen's Vrwm.'-^ohn Moser, Mortimer-st., Cavendish-sq., 
Middlesex, upholsterer: in the Queen's Prison. — rr<//tam 
Hopkins, Prince's-road, Bermondsey, Surrey, foreman to a 
granary keeper: in the Gaol of Horsemonger^lane. — Tftn. 
Gviuwofi, Warren-st., Fitzroy-sq., Middlesex, gilder : in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— fFiR. B. Dear, 
Brownlow-street, Holbom, Middlesex, cabinet maker : in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— Jot. Ainsworth, 
Guildford-place, Bagnigge-wells-road, Middlesex, baker: in 
the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— ./in/Aoiiy 
Bustin, Stodcwell-cottages, Stockwell-green, Stockwell, Sur- 
rey, accountant : in the Gaol of Horsemonger-lane.— T^lomos 
C7(/1f the younger, Graoedrarch-st., London, baker: in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— £if«r. V. Crotty, 
Hemuf-terraoe, King's-road, Chelseai M iddlese x , attorney at 

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law: in the Queen's Prison. — Henry Defines, Duke-stiett, 
West Smithfield, London, trayeller for the sale of lamp ^sm: 
in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. — W. Jaso, 
Berkeley-st., West Connaught-sq., Edgware-road, Middlew, 
clerk to a tea dealer : in the Deotors Prison for London sU 
Middlesex.—/. Robertson, Lom-road, Brixton-road, Sorref, 
editor of a newspaper : in the Queen's Prison. — P\red. Josipk 
Bdgcombe, Blue-town, Sheemess, Isle of Sheppey, Keot, 
licensed yictualler ; In the Gaol of Maidstone.— 7at. Emnj^ 
Hulme, Manchester, flour dealer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.* 
Joseph Swallow, Salford, Lancashire, painter : in the Gaol of 
Lancaster.^lio^«r/ Stephenson, Sunderland, near the Sei, 
Durham, cartwright : in the Gaol of Durham.— FFai. P. X. 
Garland; Glangeirw, Llangwin, Denbighshire, fkrmer : in the 
Gaol of Ruthin. — Margaret Garland, Glangdrw, liangwio, 
Denbighshire, farmer : in the Gaol of Ruthin.- ilsros Wilk 
Gay, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, attorney at law: in tbe 
Gaol of Gloucester. — Chas, Tingay Mole, Downham-mirket, 
Norfolk, ironmonger : in the Gaol of Norwich.—/. Hotkn, 
Horton-heath, Bishopstoke, Hampshire, tanner : h the Gaoi 
of ^n^nchester.— JoAii Talbot, Ipswidi, Suffolk, dyer: in the 
Gaol of Ipswich.— /sooc Canning, Leeds, Yorkduro, oooaui* 
sion agent : in the Gaol of York. — G. T. Dmberley, Dardej, 
Gloucestershire, attorney at law : in the Gaol of GkMieester.- 
Lawrence Keenan, Sheffield, Yorkshire, brewer's trareUer: Id 
the Gaol of Sheffield.— /(smet R. Wood, Alton, Himpdiire, 
assistant to a chemist: in the QuA of Windiester.— Rteterti 
Cooper, Choriton-upon-Medlock, Manchester, lioeoaed vie* 
tualler : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— i»i FieWmg, Bodbdile, 
Lancashire, grocer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Wvi, 6aw 
the younger, Cambridge, dealer in fruit : in the Gaol of Can- 
bridge.— /oMtff Lucas, Haddenham, Isle of Ely, CalDbridg^ 
shire, dealer in coals : in the Gaol of Cambridge.— T^Wm 
Laithwaite, Upholland, near Wigan, Lancashire, ficeoiedfic- 
tualler : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— /0M»pA Tween, Gt«t 
Wymondley, Hertfordshire, land suryeyor : in the Gaol of 
Hertford.— PAf7f> Allen, Esq.. DoncraUe, Cork: intheGioI 
of Camanron. — James Gould the younger, Weston Zoykaif 
Bridgwater, Somersetshire, butcher : in the Gad of WQtoo.— 
Wm. Higginson, Liyerpool, assistant to a pawnbroker: in Ibe 
Gaol of Lancaster.— Glos. G. Keumey, Rook-fnry, Chedure, 
commission merchant : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— f^i* 
Notley the younger. Bower Hinton, Martock, Somenrtibiref 
miller : in the Gaol of WQton.- £iiv. WilUams, Bwrtsm 
Liyerpool, plumber : in the Gaol of Lancaster. 
COn Creditors* PetitionJ. 
Wm. H. DiUing, Chawleigh, Deyonshire, blacbmitfa: in 
the Gaol of St. Thomas the Apostle. 

7%e following Prisoners are ordered to be brought ^ WjJjJ 

a Judge qf the County Court, to be examinsi sad im 

with according to the Statute: — 

At the County Court qf Warwickshire, at Cortsnr, 
April 25. 

Richard Mann, Sedgley, Staffordshire, hudoter.-^M?^ 
Gardner, Dudley, Woroestershire, clothier. 

At the County Court of Hampshire, at WincBMxa^ 
April 12. 

Wm. Westwood, Newchurch, Isle of Wight, taw*"" 
Isaac Othen, Horton-heath, near Botley, out oi Iwaat^" 
James R. Wood, Alton, assistant to a chemist. 
At the County Court qf Derbyshire, at Dsbbt, 4^^ ^ 

atn. 

Joseph Smith, Chesterfidd, hatter.— »»rr I>"*^' 
Majrfidd, Stafibrdshire, schoolmaster. 
At the County Couri qf Brecknockshire, at BEiciitocJ» 
April 27 at 10. 

Wm. Asbury, Buckland, Llansaintfread, coachmsD. 



FRIDAY, March 30. 
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boarding and lodging-house keeper, dealer and ^fl^. 
April 14 and May 17 at 11, Court of Bankro^j.'^ 
don: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Trebera & ^^f^ 
Barge-yard-chamben, Bocklersbory, »I/»don.— »>* ^"^ 
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INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Wk9 Mme/Ued their PtiUunu in the Cimrt of Bankntptey, 

tmd hne obtained an Interim Order /or Protection frem 

Proceee, 

Wm. Burgoyne, Alvingtcm, Gloucestershire, builder, April 
16 at 11, County Court of Monmouthshire, at Chepstow.—/. 
MUieTt Bametby-le-Wold, Lincolnshire, b l ac k s mith , April 14 
at 11, County Court of Lincolnshire, at firing.— Jomsf Dodd, 
Iptwich, Suffolk, smith, April 19 at 10, County Court of 
Suffolk, at Ipswich.— 7)eiMf Bendail, Debenham, Suffolk, 
wheelwright, April 19 at 10, County Court of Suffolk, at 
Ipswidu— /oAn C. Banke, Lymington, Southampton, painter, 
April 27 at 12, Coimty Court of Hampshire, at Lymington.— 
FMlerici Smooker, Wherwell-wood, Longparish, Hampshire, 
bridnnak^, May 28 at 11, Conntr Court of Hampshire, at 
JiMdoyer.— Joseph Haekelion, Rugby, Warwii^hhre, billiard 
tiMe keeper, April 16 at 9, County Court of Warwickshire, 
•I Rugby.— /oiln A. Thmntu, Leeds, Yorkshire, teacher of 
dmcfaig, April 11 at 10, Coun^ Court of Yorkshire, at Leeds. 
.^^otipA Fho, Over, Cambridge, out of busmess, April 18 at 
10, County Court of Huntingdonshire, et Huatmgdon. — P. 
Dorm, Sheffield, Yorkstdre, licensed hawker, April 11 at 10, 
Cmmty Court of YorksUre, at SheffiekL— i^. Ham mond, 
Sheffield, York^iire, butcher, Ajpril 11 at 10, County Court 
id Yorkshire, at Sheffield. — Edward C. Dean, Huntingdon, 
driver's assistant, April 18 at 10, County Court of Hnnting- 
donshii«, at HuBtingdoii<— /k«. iffliidjf, Sheffield, Yorkshire, 
publican, April 11 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at 
§£effield.— CAarfet Georpe, Leofalsde, Gloucestershire, iron- 
■nmger, March 29 at 10, County Court of Berkshire, at 
Farmgdon.— /oAn 8. Litter, Norton, Derbyshire, draper, 
April 11 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Sheffield. 

The/6llo9Hn§ Pereone, who, on their eeveral Petitions ^ed in 
ike Court, have obtained Interim Orders /or ProtecHon 
/tomProeees, are requirad to Offpear in Comt as hereinafter 
wtentioned, at the Court-house, m Porhi§aU9treet, lAn- 
ealn'e Inn, as /oUowe, to be eaamined aisd deaU wUh 
according to the SHatuiet^ 

April 14 0/ 11, b^f^re ike Chibf ComnsviOHiK. 
Jos. W, Oreetham, Glebe-plaoe, King's-road, St. Luke's, 
ChelBea, Middlesex, ehemist. — Henry Vrang, Commercial- 
road, Lambeth, Surr^, dock to a coal merchant. — Emeet J, 
Oraigie, Hyde Park-pUoe West, Counaugfat-terraoe, Edgware- 
road, Middksez, gentleman. — Henry Toen, York-st., West- 
minstOT, Middlesex, out of business.— /o#. D. Oates, Tooting, 
Surm, ironmonger. — Oeorge Boswell, Brick-lane, Spitalfidds, 
Hidmesex, butcher.— /at. Parsons, Suffolk-pL, Stonebridge- 
oommon, Kingaland-itMul, MidcBesex, scaleman to a meat 



April 14 a# 10, before Mr, C o mmi seioner Law. 

Jokn Philip Wentworth, Comwall-ternioe, Dorer-road, 
Ntwington, Surrey, dgar dealer.— /(saMt Butterworth, fielri- 
deie-road, Lambedi, Surrey, clerk. — John Field, John-street, 
^PbMenham-cottrt-nMd, Middleanx, coach smith. — Wm. OaU 
bredth, Phtladdpfala-terraoe, Westminster-xoad, Lambeth, 
mlioleeale perfumer. 

April 16 a/ 11, b^fitre Mr, Commiseioner Phillips. 

Joseph Reeve, Quickset-row, New-road, St. Pancras, Mid- 
dlesex, smith.— JoAn Vane, B[igh-street, Poplar, Middlesex, 
carpenter. — James Oriffin, Barnes, Surrey, licensed retailer of 
beer.— ^oAii Collinge the elder, Powell-street East, King-sq., 
St. Luke's, Middlesex, tailor. — 8, /. Bpig, Porteius-road, 
Harrow-road, Middlesex, schoolmaster. — Wm, Hart, Iron- 
gate-wharf, Paddington, Middlesex, wheelwright. 

The following Prieoners are ordered to be brought. up before 
the Omrt, in Portugal'Wtreet, to be e j ea wUned and dealt 
with aeeording to the Statute t — 

April 13 at 11, b^f&re the Cmtmw Commissiombr. 
JKf . Mary Mendkam, New-fam-yard, fifiddlesex, out of 
hxabaetC'—C^orge Joenh Lawrence, Penton-st., Penton^ffle, 
Middlesex, baker.— Im. AUcUt Union-stnet, Spitalfidds, 
Middlesex, bricklayer. 

A^^ 13 at \\,h4^MMr. C omm i ss i ^n w HAmRis. 
Alfred AUittmmf Honsloir, Uosond ^i0CiiaU«. — JMs 
Bsmcy, Stntisrd, Smb, pflMw utaanii.— Mbi WakkcTf 
SalMMiry-st, Portman-manBet, If 



Pike, Market-st., Hart-st., BkxnsabuiT, MIddtesCT, taOor*! 
fbreasan.— JEBIJ Read, Hatdiam-paik, New-crois, Old KeaU 
road, Surrey, out of bnsinffss Thonuu Morris t^ ddv, 
Potand-st., Oxford-st, Middlesex, out of business. 

April 13 at 10, b^ore Mr, Commiseioner Law. 
Bdmund 8iaMn», Essex-st., Islington, botcher. — WtlUam 
StokeUy, James-st, Featherstone-st., St. Luke'a, Middlesex, 

AprU 13 of 11, before Mr, Cbmmtsrfoiier Philups. 
John 8tarr, Hart-st., Grosrenor-square, Middlesex, ware- 
houseman to a cheesemonger. — David Hennessy, Orchard-st, 
Westminster, Middlesex, licensed victualler. — 7%omae Went- 
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cattle dealer. — Pred, Cooke^ Exeter, Detonshire, auctioneer. 
— Wm, Piper, Dean-st, Soho, Middlesex, picture fraaie 
maker. — John Costar, Upper Berkeley-st., Portman-iquare, 
Middlesex, boarding-house keeper.— fFm. Jaekeom tiie dder, 
Grolden-lane, Barbican, London, out of business. 

AprU 14 at 11, befbre Mr. C o mm i s e i o ne r PniLLm. 
Henry Bdward Dawson, Broad -st., Bloomsb ui y , Ifidue- 
sex, shoemaker. 

AprU 16 at 11, b^ore tie Chibv CoMiiuusMUb 
Rebecca Downing, widow, WeUington-at., Boreogh, Sontb- 
waric, out of busoMas.— IFflR. Woodward, Soudi-at., West- 
square, Lambeth, Surrey, sack opUector. 



Oosmiy Oemri qf Lanaaehtre, at Lemomter, 

been appointed in the /Mlowing Caeea — 
Bamuel Beattie, MandMster, Msistsnt in dM Sua spirit 
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Halliwell, near Bolton-le-Mooim, Lanoaridre, pfambcr. No. 
70,771 ; Hugh Makinson, aasignfle.— «lbibi LtcweUyn Oerks, 
Liverpool, oat of businesa. No. 70,764$ Gaoqga Hsidfaf, 



The following Prisoners are ordered to be krou§kt up btfen 
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John PiekeU, Barrowford, near Colne, manager in a oottoa- 
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Manchester, tailor. — Wm, Wild, Manchester, out of businesB. 
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Kersdl-moor, near Manchester, in no ^"f^^^vfiB. 

At the County Court ef SuffoUt^ at Ipswich, AprU 19 
of 10. 
John Talbot, Ipswich, dyer. 

At the County Court of Cansarvcnskire, at Ca&naxtok, 
4pnl 16 at 11. 
Pilil^ ^Ute, Esq., Bangor 

At tke County Court qf HoffM, at fke Skirc Hall, ei 
NomwxoH, AprU 18. 
Charles Th^gay Mole, Fordham, out of bnsfaieai. 

At tke Oomty Osmrt qf H unH n gd am sk i r e^ at BmmamDfmf 
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otPri^t ressreerf for future uppropriaUon, and other can s6i» the Bo- 
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The Society's Income, which is steadily xvcasABive, is nowafv*^ 
of 1 22,000/. Mr annum. 
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advantage of seeing the papers, but we believe the cir- 
cumstances ^m which this inference was drawn were, 
that though the agreement contained terms beyond 
those that would flow irom the mere transaction under 
the Pawnbrokers Act, as to tha time of repavment and 
power of sale, (the excess being, however, mr the ad- 
vantage of the borrower), yet the transaction was 
entered in the pawnbroker's rep^ar books, and a me- 
moraadunv or some document m the nature of a dupli- 
cate, consistent with the terms of the Pawnbrokers 
Act, was delivered. 

It may be a question, if the question were material, 
whether the adoption of any particular ybr»i of contract 
or course of procedure, could be used to put a construc- 
tion upon an act which might be lawful, for the pur- 
pose of shewing it was mtended to bear a certain 
character which would make it unlawful. No doubt 
persons nuiy attempt to use an instrument, for a purpose 
spearing to be lawful upon the face of the instrument, 
£or an unlawful purpose, the secret agreement being, 
that it is to be used.ror the unlawful purpose; as in the 
case of conveyances to give colouraole qu^fications. 
But if a person may, as pawnbroker^ do certain things, 
and no others, but may, out <^ his character of pawn- 
broker, lawfully do those other things, is it consistent 
with the principles of the law to collect, from anythinfi" 
short of actual dedaration of intention, that he intended 
to do the act in the very character in which it would be 
unlawl^ ? Can such an inference, at any rate, be drawn 
from the mere circumstance of the adoption of a form 
of contract used by the pawnbroker in his admittedly 
lawful transactions? 

But the more material question is, whether, admit- 
ting the transaction to be a pawnbroking transaction — 
that is, a transaction by a pawnbroker in the way of 
his trade — the decision in FUeh v. Rockfori can be sup- 
ported. If, as we conceive is clear, the 39 & 40 Greo. 8 
merely enables a pawnbroker to take 15/. per cent, 
upon transactions not exceeding 10/., and requires him 
to pursue certain forms in all his pawnbroking trans- 
actions, and leaves altogether untouched his common- 
law right to effect loans to any amount at ordinary 
interest, it is pdain that the question upon the legality 
of his transactions was not, under that statute at least, 
whether they were pawnbroking transactions or not, 
but whether he agreed for lawful interest or not. If 
he agreed for more than 15/. per cent, on a loan of 10/., 
or for mOTe than 5/. per cent, upon any larger loan, 
his tiaosaction would be unlawfdl, whether it was 
called, or whether it was or not, a pawnbroking trana- 
action; and if he confined himself to the interest which 
was rendered lawful by the statute for loans of 10/., 
and to the interest on l^^r loans, which, being lawful 
before, was not rendered unlawful by the statute, it 
could be of BO consequence whether the transaction 
was in his shop or out of ii-— in the course of his trade 
or otherwise—it would in either case be lawfuL If that 
is so, how does the 2 & 3 Vict, affect the question ? By 
the i st section of that statute, any person, pawnbroker or 
not pawnbroker, may arree for any amount of interest 
on any loan exceeding 1(9., seonred upon any kind of per- 
atmal security— of covne, among others, upon any depo- 
sit of any chattdL The did section prevents the repealing 
of the Pawnbrokers Act. What it does, therefore, is 
this : it leaves it lawful for pawnbrokers to take 15/. per 
cent., and no more, as prescribed by the 39 & 40 Greo. 3, 

Jm loans of 10/., and it leaves subdsting the silence 
the Pawnbrokero Act as to the interest which mav 
bo taken by a pawnbroker upon loans above 10/. It 
leaveB him, theiefove, at liberty to do what, at common 
law or by the statute law, ia left lawful b^ the 39 & 
40 Geo. 3; that i% to take any amount of interest on 
any loan exceeding 10/. We submit, with great de- 
ftveirae to Ike higk avthority of the leamed judge who 
dMMad JVldk ¥. iM/M, tlMi tinaif til* tnM 
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tion of the 39 & 40 Geo. 3aBd 2 & 3 Vict.; and that 
it is quite immaterial what be t&e form of the contract 
between the pawner and pawnbroker,, except in so £u 
as it may be material, %x the puiyose ef avoiding penal- 
ties, that the pawnbroker should oomply witn the 
formalities prescribed by the Mi and subsequent aeo- 
tions of the Pawnbrokers Act. 



CASES UPON THE 11 &I2TICT. c.«J. 

Since the passing of the Joint-stock Companies Wind- 
ing-up Act (11 & 12 Vict* c. 45) several important cases 
have been decided under it, and it may be convenient 
to our readers to have them brought together and ooa- 
sidered. 

The first question is, what compames are within the 
act; and this has been discussed in several cases before 
his Honor the Vice-chancellor Kni^t Bruce. In 1^ 
Heme-bay Pier Companj^s case. (12 Jur. pt. 1, p. 1064), 
the company was formed for the purpose of making a 
pier or jetty for landing goods and passengers. It nid 
power to make landing-places, quays, &c.; to erwX 
toll-gates, &c.; and to take tolk. It did not appear tJiot 
it had or contemplated any other bunneas than that of 
affording landing accommodation for goods and paaaao- 
gers from vessels^ and taking tolls therefor. The Court 
thought it not clear that the company was within the 
meaning of the act ; and that tiie jurisdiction ought not 
to be exercised except in reference to companies dearly 
and beyond all doubt within the meaning of the act 
The next case is that of The Affricuihtral CattU Inmt- 
ance Company, (13 Jur., part 1, 75). In that case the 
company was formed for the purpose of instuing agaiist 
the losses arisinff by mortality among aU kinds and de- 
scriptions of animals. The Court held, as in the case 
first referred to, that the act was not to bo af^^^ied 
except in cases which are clearly within its scope, and 
free from difficulty ; and the petition was dismi»ed. 

These cases seem to call lor no observation. Un- 
questionably, taking tolls for the landing of paaaen^en 
or the like, or takmg premiums for insuring 9g&at^ 
any continoenoy, has never been considered a slrieUy 
commercial or trading occupation, althoi^h it may be 
a profitable business; and it would require a consi- 
derable stretch of imannation to fix upon eompudes 
of either of the kinds rmnred to in the ab«ve-mentionod 
cases, the character of coaspsnies formed for coramereial 
or trading purposes. 

The next case that was decided ia Tke LomSm md 
Manchester Direct Independent Baihoajf Oompam^s eem^ 
(13 Jur. part 1, 182). In that, the company was an 
uncompleted rwlway company— that is, a company 
formed for constructing and working a railway, bi£t 
not carried beyond the formation of the conyany and 
the allotment of Glares, &c. ; in foot, not earned to tha 
point of obtaining, or even applying for, the sanction o 
the Le^ature. The Court declined to appl^ the atf 
of Parliament to such an association, intimating aj;ain 
that the Court was only to put the law in force m a 
case to wliich the Le^oture hod olainljr and dis- 
tinctly said tiiat it riurald q>ply. 6n Uua case, w« 
believe, an appeal is pending; and as we commented 
upon the doctrine involved in iL in a preceding page of 
tnis journal, (ante, p. 61), before we knew tw the 
case was under appeal, we shall not now obeerre upon 
it, further than to say this-^h^ as the oljeot of tlM 
Legiskture was, nndoubtedly, to embk the parties to 
associatioBs, whose bumness waa not worth being car- 
ried on, to wind them up without a suit; and as, ad 
the time when the act waa passed, by fiur the greater 
part of such associations consisted of railway coia^ 
panics wholly or partially formed, it wffl be a ainguIaK 
misearriage of the Legiaialvre^ if pfettadj ttet daaa «i 



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West Ham, Essex, cattle salesman, April 26 at half-past 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Wm. Blacknell, 
Plumstead, Kent, baker, April 26 at II, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, aud. BC,.—John Philpotts, Holbom-bars, 
London, shawl warehouseman, April 26 at 11, Coort of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Tho8, Mantont King WiUiam-st., 
London, underwriter, April 26 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, aud. ac. — Wiiiiam Lancaster, Regent-street and 
Carlton-st., Middlesex, jeweller, April 26 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. and diy. — William Clayton, 
Langcliffe, Yorkshire, Wm, Clayton, Lostock, Walton-le- 
Dale, Lancashire, and Wm, Wilson, Preston, Lancashire, 
bankers, April 26 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man- 
chester, aud. ac. — Harry V, Stroud, Spettisbury, Dorsetshire, 
miller, April 25 at II, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, 
aud. ac.; April 26 at 1, div.— Christopher Robson, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, grocer, April 25 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.; April 26 at 11, 
div. — Wm, Cameron, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, confectioner, 
April 25 at half-past 11, District Court of Buikruptcy, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac; April 26 at half-past 10, div. — 
James Dent, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, doth merchant, April 
26 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. — 
John Whitworth, Leeds, Yorkshire, millwright, April 26 at 
11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. bc.^ Jacob 
Forth, Nottingham, hatter, April 27 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Nottingham, aud. ac. — W. Wood, Waddington, 
Lincolnshire, licensed rictualler, April 27 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, aud. ac. — Thomas Payne, 
Falkingham, Lincolnshire, licensed victualler, April 27 at 11, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, aud. ac. — John 
Jowett, Loughborough, Leicestershire, boot manufacturer, 
April 27 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, 
aud. ac. — Mark Kirk, Nottingham, builder, April 27 at 11, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, aud. ac. — George 
Edwards, Drayton in Hales, Shropshire, innkeeper. May 
1 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. 
ac. — Matthew Holmes, Bilston, Staffordshire, yictnaller, 
April 26 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, 
aud. ac. — Thomas Bourne, Birmingham, coal dealer, April 25 
at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.— 
Wm. Irving, Birmingham, draper, April 25 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — W. Stephens, 
Leigh, Woroesterehire, blacksmith, April 25 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — William Nash, 
Oldbuiy, Shropshire, grocer, April 26 at 12, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — Thomas Williams, 
Binu^igham, surgeon, April 25 at 12, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — Leonard Thompson, West 
Bromwich, Staffordshire, coach spring maker, April 26 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac. — Thos, 
HUl, Redditch, Worcestershire, builder, April 25 at 12, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — Henry 
Knapp, Abingdon, Berkshire, banker, April 25 at hidf-past 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. — Horatio Vertue, Great 
Samt Helen's, London, and Ipswich, Suffolk, com factor, 
April 26 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, diy.— JDonte/ 
Ross and Edward Tatham, Union-street, Southwark, Surrey, 
hat manufacturers, April 24 at 11, Court of Bankmpti^, 
London, div. sep. est. of Edward Tatham, — Gidley Howden, 
Pump-row, Old-street-road, Middlesex, patent sto?e manu- 
facturer, April 24 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, dir. — Wm, C. Streatfield, Comhill, London, under- 
writer, April 25 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, fin. 
dij, ^Edmund Mannhuf and ComeHus C, Manning, High-st., 
Aldgate, London, Anril 27 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don, diT. sep. est. of C. Chas. Manning,— Thomas Bromley, 
Leighton Buxsard, Bedfordshire, grocer, April 27 at 11, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London, diT. — T%os. Brunker, Queen's-st., 
Finsbury, Middlesex, wadding manufacturer, April 26 at 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. — Henry Clark, Redcross- 
street, London, and Plummer's-row, Whitechapel, Middlesex, 
oil merchant, April 26 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, 
diT.— Afar/In JVtffm, Regent's-drcus, Oxford-st., Middlesex, 
cidldbed linen warehouseman, April 25 at 12, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, diT. — Edward Hen, Browne, Peckham Rye, 
Surrey, and Beaufort-buildings, Strand, Middlesex, brick, 
m^er, April 26 at half-past 11, Court cKf BankrupU^, Lon- 
don, diT.— Amnm/ Mobbs, Alifired-place, Alexander-square, 
Brompton, Middlesex, coal merchant, April 26 at 1, Court of 
Bfnkniptcyi London, dir.— Geo. Banks, LjmiDgtoD, Hamp- 
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shire, builder, AprU 26 at half-past 11, Court of Ban kru ptcy, 
London, div. — Thomas Mannington, Brighton, Sussex, tobac- 
conist, April 26 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, drr.— 
Luke Langley, Brading, Isle of Wight, baker, Aprfl 26 sit 
half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, diT. — WiUiam 
Sims, Great Queen-street, Linooln's-inn -fields, Middleser, 
coach maker, April 26 at half-past 12, Court of Bankraptcy, 
London, div. — Charles Bourjot and William Espivent d€ in 
Vellesboisnet, Coleman-street-buildings, London, merchiuits, 
April 26 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, diT. — Jiamea 
Walton, Great Bridge, Staffordshire, iron founder, April 26 
at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac 
and fin. diT. — Wm, Garret, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, book- 
seller, April 26 at half- past II, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, diT. — T^lomotlZea^f, Mancheater, cigar 
dealer, April 26 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Mma- 
Chester, fin. fiT. — George Lewis, Wrexham, Deobighahire, 
apothecary, April 25 at 11, District Court of Banlmiptey, 
Liverpool, diT. — William Beamer, West Derby, Lancaafaire, 
joiner, AprU 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, LiTcr- 
pol, ^T. 

Cbrtificatsi. 

To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the conirary on or 

btfore the Day qf Meeting, 

William Towns, Kingston, Surrey, fSsrmer, April 25 at I ^» 
Court of Bankruptcy, Loudon.— RichardWebster wnd Richard 
Webster the younger, Comhill, London, chronometer makers, 
April 25 at 1 , Court of Bankruptcy, London. — M. Cowies, 
Nine Elms, Vauxhall, and York-road, Lambeth, Surrey, lirery 
stable keeper, April 26 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. 
— George Cheetham, Frindsbury, Kent, ship bunder, April 
26 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — Hen. H, 
Ulph, West Ham, Essex, cattle salesman, April 26 at half- 
past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — John Gurmmn, Bk- 
teme. South Stoneham, Southampton, builder, April 25 at 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London.— /ot. Peachey, Cokhenter, 
Essex, cabinet maker, April 25 at 11, Court of Banknratcy, 
London.— /oAit Arnold, Oxford-street, Westminster, Mid- 
dlesex, linen draper, April 28 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London. — Wm. Lancaster, Regent-street, and Carlton-at., 
Middlesex, jeweller, April 26 at 11, Court of Bankmptcy, 
London. — Thos, Plumley the younger, Bristol, grocer, April 
24 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. — John Bobt. 
Long, Bath, linen draper, April 24 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Bristol. — Jas, Pierce, Chorl^, Lancashire, com 
dealer, April 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man- 
chester. — John Krauss, Manchester, agent, April 26 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.- P. WkU ek em d, 
Bradford, Yorkshire, com miller, April 26 at II, District 
Court of Bankraptcy, Leeds. — John Frayn^, Northmolton, 
DeTonshire, draper, April 26 at 1, District Court of Bank- 
mptcy, Exeter. — William Cradock, Truro, Cornwall, auc- 
tioneer, April 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter. 
— Wm, Thomley, Ripley, Derbyshire, grocer, April 27 at 11, 
District Court of Bankmptcy, Nottingham. — Thos. Larkint 
Walker and Edward Wm. Kelsall, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, 
brickmakers, May 1 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Birmingham. — Robert As^forth, Birmingham, hardwareman, 
April 2^ at 12, District Court of Bankraptcy, Birmingham.—* 
James HelUngs, Rugeley, Staffordshire, common biewer, 
April 25 at 12, District Court of Bankraptcy, Binningfaam. 
7b be allowed by the Vtee-ChaneeUor qf the High Court qt 

Chancery, acting in Bankruptcy, unless Casus be shewn to 

the conirary on or before April 24. 

C. Samson, Choriton-upon-Medlock, Lancashire, biewer. 
—Abel Uglow, St. Thomas the Apostle, Cornwall, nuOer.^ 
Robert living, Leadenhall-market, London, poultry aalesoian. 
— Alexander M* Alley, Romney-terraoe, Horaeferry-road, ■ 
Westminster, Middlesex, builder. — John Jarvie and James, 
Rowley, Nutsford Yale Print Works, Newton, Manchester,] 
^k manufacturers. — Wm. Foster, Nottingham, hat msmfMr- < 
turer. — Wm. Trap, Warminster, Wiltshire, mason.— TX^sMr 
Poole, South-square, Gray's-inn, Middlesex, money scriTcner^ 
—Robt, Wm, Hunter, Praed-street, Pbddington, Middlesex, 
baker. — Thomas Stocks, Tormoham, DcTonshire, baker. — i7« 
V, Stroud, Spettisbury, Dorsetshire, miller.— AicJI. FFt£Hiir 
LiTerpool, ngent.—Henry John Chambers, Kirkdale, liTer* 
pool, finegar brewer. 

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Scotch Scqusstkations. 
Pikr Bokerimm, KnodE, Renfrewshire, fanner.— Ji. Camp- 
Mlj Glngov, ditfOlen' agent.— ITni. Orami, Rathren, Kirk- 
slcbad, BanJbhire, harmer, — T^Immi Jofff^ u^ Andrew 
^i^rcy, Waterton>mfl]s, Stonejwood, Aberdeen, paper mana- 
fKtoren. — Tlet. T. Hams, Glaagow, merchant. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Wi0 UMjUed iheir PetitUmM in tk€ Court qf Bankrupted, 
gmd iUrt obtained <m Interim Order for Protection Jrom 



Join UHekelly Keynsham, Somersetshire, licensed Tic- 
tulkr, M«7 9 at II, County Court of Gloacestersbire, at 
Bristol.— /oAii Hori, Bristol, licensed rictnaller, May 2 at 11, 
CoBoty Cooit of Gloucestershire, at Bristol. — Robert 8my, 
Ca&aj, Bedminster, Bristol, grocer, May 16 at 11, Coonty 
CovTtofGloocestershire, at Bnstol. — Joseph Furze, Bristol, 
sorseoD, Hay 16 at 11, County Court of Gloucestershire, at 
BiisioL— TlMMt Brook, High Uckfield, Sussex, tailor, April 
24 "t 2, Coonty Court of Sn«»cx, la Lcwoa.—^. rurry, Awre, 
Glo wc cst nihif ^ cwi of bualnefls, April 20 at 10, County Court 
of Giosoestenhire, at Newnham. — Wm. Fry, Bradner, Baw- 
df^, Somersetshire, fiumer, April 16 at 11, County Court of 
Sooenetshire, at Bridgewater.— JBIixoMA Oibbon, spinster, 
HiTcribniwest, innkeeper, April 20 at 9, County Cooxt of 
Pnabrokeshire, at HaTcrfordwest.— T^lot. TtMlor, Oswestry, 
SkrapihTe, hatter, April 20 at 10, County Court of Shrop- 
^lirc, at Osweatry. — Jomee TilHe, Quatre Bras, near Hex- 
huD, Northumberland, Tictualler, April 20 at half-past 2, 
Covfity Govt of Northumberland, at Hexham. — Witliam D, 
GerbMtt, Ncwctftle-upon-Tyne, jofaier, April 19 at 10, County 
Coort of Northumberland, at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. — Come" 
hm Piercf, Lewes, Sunex, builder, April 24 at 2, County 
Coort of Soasex, at Lewes. — Wm, Lameter, Arundel, Sussex, 
wstGhmkcr, Aprfl 21 at 11, County Court of Sussex, at 
Aiundd^— #ymi«st Amdereon, Blaydon, Winlaton, Durham, 
builder, ipril 23 at 10, County Court of Durham, at Gates- 
head.—Jme Vmrley, EUesmere, Shropshire, stonemason, April 
20 at 12, County Court of Shropshire, at Oswestry.— /omes 
SsKermOe, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, common brewer, April 19 
St 10, Conikty Court of Northumberland, at Newcastle-upon- 
Tpie.— TlosMs Bmeeett, Chailey, Sussex, carpenter, April 24 
^ 2, County Court of Sussex, at Lewes.— ITeiiry C. Buntinf^, 
Bfidfoid, Watsfaire, agent for the Kennet and Atou Canal 
Compny, AprQ 9 at 12, County Court of Wiltshire, at Brad- 
ford.— Xidbard Moree, liTcrpool, prorision dealer, April 9 at 
10, Liverpool IKstrict County Court, at LiTerpool.— rAofiuw 
Mimttr, LmrpooL clerk at the London and North-western 
RsiZni/ Slition, LiTcroool, AprU 9 «a 10, laverpool Dis- 
trict CooDty Court, at LiferpooL 

Tie/9Umin§ Pereemtf tvAo, on their eeveral Petitiom flled in 
ike Court, hmue obtained Interim Ordere for Protection 
from Protege, are r equ i rod toappearin Court aehereinqfter 
meniionti, at the Court-hauee, in Portugal^treet, Um^ 
tMe hm, ae foUowe, to be examined and dealt with 
aecordm§ to the Statute t^ 

Apra naiW, before Mr, Ommieeiwur Habbis. 
Joe, M. Bruce, Cbandos-street, Strand, Middlesex, clerk to 
the Ecclesiastical Commiasionen. — Thomae Wiee, Portland- 
street, Sobo, Middlesex, out of employ.—/. BUiott, Rother- 
hithe-ftreet, Surrey, barman to a licensed victualler. — Oeorge 
Stamen, Allwny-roud, Camberwell, Surrey, out of business.— 
Wm, PoweU, Roee and Crown-court, Eldon- street, FinsburT» 
Middlesex, general shopkeeper. — Charles New, Great Wind- 
ouD-street, Haymarket, Middlesex, china dealer. — G. Abbott, 
Jseeb-stieet, Dockhead, Bermondsey, Surrey, lighterman.— 
Ssliy Bebineom, widow, Roydon, Essex, out of business.— F. 
8, Duamot, Qnaker-street, Spitalfields, Middlesex, dyer. 
J^rU 17 at 10, b^ore Mr. Oommieeioner Law. 
Jaame Cooper, King-street, Greenwich, Kent, ooffee-houie 
keener. 

April IS ai II, b^oro the Chibv CoMMissioirBB. 
BUn Qoeimp, London-road, St. John's-wood, Bliddlesex, 
tchoohinstress. — Mercp White, Cross-street, Manor-street, 
Cla^am, Surrey, cook.— ITw. PouUon, Chandos-st., Strand, 
MiMesex, coffee-house keeper. 

April 19 ai 10, b^ore Mr. Oomwueeioner Law. 
Wm. 0. Chmrchee, Albert-terrace, Victoria^road, Newiagw 
toa, Middlesex, derk to a coal raerohaut.— JMn Mileham, 
Wsidour-stieet, Sobo, Middlssez, dork in the Money Order* 
ofice of the Oanenl Poit*offioe, 



April 19 at 11, b^fbre Mr. Oommieeioner PniLLipa. 

Bet^, W, Bkine, Easton-street, Exmouth-street, Clerken- 
well, Middlesex, shoemaker.— /oAn C. Mitchell, Brunswiek- 
I street, Bamsbury-road, Islington, Middlesex, ball manufao* 
' turer. — M, O. Gamer, South Island-place, Clapham-road, 
Surrey, clerk to a commission agent— /2icAer<i Sandon Bell, 
Charles-plsce, Charles. square, Hoxton, Middlesex, dork ia 
the Money Order-office of the General Post-office.— fFt/(iaiii 
Aldread, Harper-street, Newington, Surrey, oom dealer. 

Saturdap, March 31. 
The following Aeeigneee have been ^pointed. Further par* 

ticulare map be learned at the Of/lee, in Portugat^et., Hn» 

coln*e'imn'fielde, on giving the Number qf the Case. 

Rachel Richardson, Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, oonfbc- 
tioner, No. 70,525 C. ; Eliz. Park, assignee.— yoAn Richard* 
son, Sherfin-hoase, Lower Booths, Lancashire, farmer, No. 
70.547 C. ; Robert Unsworth, assignee. — William Bardsley, 
Daw Bank. Stockport. Cheshire, pork butcher. No. 70,684 C. ; 
Joshua Collier, assignee.- Co//cy Bei^ford the dder, Kings- 
ton-upon-Hull, tailor. No. 70,195 C. ; Thomas Merrick, as* 
signee. — Oeorge Evans, Stapeley, near Nantwich, Cheshire, 
boot maker, No. 70,610 C. ; T. W. Jones, assignee.— C. H. 
Broughton, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, out of business, 
No. 60.121 T. ; George Basham, assignee.— Bef^'. Wood, 
Leeds, Yorkshire, out of business, No. 70,630 C. ; R. Wood, 
assignee. — Jas. Rust, Soham, Cambridgeshire, seed merchanti 
No. 70,154 C. ; James Guyton the younger, assignee. 

Saturdag, March 31. 

Ordere have been made, vesting in the Provieional Assignee 

the Bstates andEfects qf the following Persons:^ 

{On their own PetitUmi). 

Charlee BaUth, Pftradise-st, Clapham-road, Surrey, gene- 
ral dealer : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— 
Agnee MCrae Dakgmple, widow, Prinoe's-st., Chelsea, Mid- 
dlesex: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. 
^Sarah Asm Mounifbrd, Wharf-road, Pritchard-road, Re- 
gent's-canal, Hackner, Middlesex, out of business: in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. — Geo. Edward 
Noome the elder. Norland-road, Notting-hill, Middlesex, engi- 
neer: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— 
Chas. Tsn^lar, Brick-lane, Spitalfields, assistant to a pork 
butcher : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— 
Louis Urban, Barbican, London, maker and dealer in cap 
trimmings : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. 
— Robert Hope Gadesden, Bfarlborouch-place East, Green- 
wich, Kent, occasiond dierk in the Colonid-offioe : in the 

Debioc* Prtann far T^fulnn miu\ Middlesex •'— O Pnwmtl, 

Aahford-st., Hoxton, Middlesex, carpenter: in the Debtors 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — Stephen Doeura, Nor- 
folk-st., Shoemot-place, Rje-lane, Peokham, Surrey, beer- 
shop keeper : in the Gaol of Horsemonger-lane.— /oAn Lane, 
Keppel-st., Russdl-sqnare, Middlesex, barrister at law: in 
the Queen's Prison.— 7V/m Spicer, Wdl-wdk, St. John's, 
Hampstead, Middlesex, licensed Tiotnaller: in the Queen'a 
Prison. — Sam. Coaene, Charlton, Andofer, Hampshire, car- 
penter : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-* 
Wm. Smith, King-st., Cambridge-road^ Mile.end,.Middlenx^ 
stationer : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex* 
— Wm. Armitage, Salford, Manchester, provision dealer : in 
the Gaol of Lancaster.— /at. Butterworth, Bamford, near 
Rochdale, Lancashire, farm labourer : in the Gaol of Lancas- 
ter. — Joehua Boden, Manchester, cotton- waste dealer : in th 
Graol of Lancaster. — 7^o«. O^Briwn, Hulme, near Manches- 
ter, tobacconist t In the Gaol of Lancaster. — Robert DickenSf 
Hulme, Manchester, ootton-waste dealer: in the Gaol of 
Lancaster. — John Denerlep, Haughton-green, Denton, near 
Manchester, hatter : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— ISc/. Nehe* 
miah Oerrard, Cheetham, Manchester, chemist : in the Gaol 
of Lancaster.— TAoOTOf Oreenhalgh, Rochdde, Lancashire, 
butcher : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— JbAii Martin, Whalley, 
near Clitberoe, Lancashire, grocer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. 
~-^ohn Holgate, Sandygate, Habmham Ea?es, Burnley, 
Lancashire, orerlooker in a cotton miU : in the Gaol of Lan- 
caster. — Wm. Maltwood, Hulme, Manchester, shopnum to a 
tnmk maker t in the Gaol oi Laneasler.— /oAm Piekele, Bar^ 
rowford, near Colne, Lanoashiie, manager in a cotton ndtt » in 
the Gs(ol of Lancaster. — TThimae MMsg, literpod, boase 
agent: in the Gad of Lancaster.— JB<I« Roberts^ I^lsden, 
lisncsdiire, shoemaker : in the Qad of Leacasterw— George 
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ter.— J fa i r y 5<|^Hm, Woodbii»-ootte«e, HrnddieafieUl, York- 
■Ure, ftmoy maiia&otanr : In the QmI olTork. — /•»« Bath^ 
ione Smitk, Manditittf, keeper of a hoTiBng eohod : in the 
Cbol of Lancaeter.—- Stfirir WkMle, Pmton, Lancaafake, 
bpenrer : in the Oaol of Lanoaater. — Edmmmd AUtrmm^ Rkk- 
mcmd, Torkihire, joiner : in the Gaol of Yoric — Wm. Bmr- 
liy, Nnn Monkton, YorkiUre, ▼eaiei owner : in the Oaoi of 
York.— PolrieAr CogUf^ lirerpool, boarding-lumae keeper: 
fai the Gaol of LanGMtar.— IT. Bomt BmrdSmHly Liverpool, 
traveller to a brewer: in 1^ Gaol of Lancaster. — FritneU 
doughy Doncaster, Yorkshire, draper : in the Gaol of York. 
m^David Haworth, Chariestown, Pendleton, Salfbrd, Lanca. 
•hire, provision dealer : in the Gac^ of Lanoster. — Jo9, Hib- 
hert, Manchester, dogger: in the Graol of Lancaster.— JeAii 
TitaiUm, Yeadon, near Leeds, Yorkshire, labourer: in the 
Gaol of York. — Matthew Birkett, Lamberhead.green, near 
Wlgan, Lancashire, licensed Tictnaller : in the Gaol of Lan- 
eftiter.— iS^Mtpson Ooddem^ Old Woodstock, Oxfordshire, 
|dove mannfactorer : in the Gmid of OziVird. — Wm, SmUA^ 
Lower Town, Ashperton, Hesefordshire, anctioneer: in the 
Qaol of Hereford. — Henry Jamee Silvester , NortUeigh, Ox- 
in-dshire, publican : in &e Gaol of Oxford.— /oJkn SlUott, 
Hulme, Mandiester, packer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — CL 
Admrnson, Newcasde-npon-Tjue, fiurier: in the Gaol of 
Newoastle-upon-Tyne« — Charlee Bwrrell^ Shambles, Leeds, 
Yorkshire, butcher : in the Gaol of York.— /enoA Nutt Ood- 
dm, Beaumont-square, Mile-end-road, Middlesex, gk>ve ma- 
nufacturer : in the Qwol of Oxford. — George Mouat, Winter- 
bourae Gkinner, Wiltshire, in no trade or profession : in the 
Gaol of Fisherton Anger. — Hemy NhhotUf Brighton, Sussex, 
shoemaker : in the Gfu>l of Lewes. — John Wahmight, Goole, 
Yorkshire, schoolmaster: in tlie Gaql of York. — Thos, Vim- 
MHt Ctveltf Deal, Kent, bookseller t in the Gaol of Dover.— 
^so. Oiheon, Bristd, retired srmy iievtenant-oelonel : in the 
Gaol of BntiU}L—Abrakam /JMoet, Newoasde-upon-Tyne, out 
of bnsiness : in the Gaol of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. — Peter 
BmUM, Whittlesey, Isle of Sly. Cambridgeshire, whedwrigkt : 
^ the Gaol of Cambridge. — T^ot. CkarWm^ Hartlepool, Dur- 
Imud, riiip owner : in t£b Oaol of Durham. — TTIomat Lewie, 
'^otoria-place, Old Kenl-road, Surrey, furniture dealer : in 
ttie Gaol of Honemonger-lane. 
7%e/bUowiaig Primmer t are ordered to he hremght itp before 

ike Court, im Portugat-etreet, to be esamtned tmd deoitt 

with aeeordmg to the Statute:^ 

April 12 of 10, 3^ors Mr. Cowtmieeimier Law. 

Bobert Hope Oiadedem, Marlborough-place, East Green- 
wifCh, Kent, manager to the London and Westminster Coal 
Cluo.-Vofiiet Mum^au, Gimon-screec, rmsnury, Middlesex, 
manager of a pewterer's business. 
ne foUowimg Pr iee me re are ordered to be brought i^ before 

a Judge tf the Coumtg Court, to be ejcmmimed tmd deait 

wM aeeordiug to the Stutute,-^ 

At the Coumtg Court itf Bomereetehire, mt Taumvon, 
AprUlA. 

Hmm Pitmm, Weeton Zo^and, near Bridgewater, fimner. 

Jwmm QemU the younger, Weston Zoyland, near Bridge. 
Witer, botdier. — Wwu 3fatieg ttm younger, Martod^ miller. 
mm,Thm. Waiter Bueh, Channovth, near Lyme Regis, in no 
way of business. 

Ai the Cometg Omtri ef Nm t h um be % l and, at NvwoAvrirB- 
irpoK-TTif», AprB 19. 

€SI«f. Adammm, Neweastte-upon-Tyne, Anrler. 

At the Omutg Cemi qf Otoueeeterehire, at Bkxstol, 
4prtfl8af 11. 

baae Leedham, CUfton, clerk to stock and diare brokers. 
^^Wm, F. Morrie, Lower Easton, assistant at a public-house. 

MBBTUfO. 

Peter Smith Sampeon, Ipswich, Suffolk, silk mercer, April 
19 at 11, Court-house, Portugal-street, Linoohi's Inn-fidds, 
London, sp. aC ^^^^^_^ 

FRIDAY, April 6. 
BANKRUPTS. 
TBOMAS mXOS KSRR, Biggleswade, and Hohne Biflk, 
SoiBthbill, Be dfo ff il s Mr a, wdOar, merchant, dealer and chap- 
Bian, April 19 at half past 12, and May 17 at 12, Court of 
BankrvptOT, Loodoni Off. Ass. Cannan; Sols. Nash it 
Tbomall, n o y stan , Hertfcrdifaire ; Chwoh, 9, Bed«Br«.4W, 



MICHAEL JAMBS MOSS8, Boundsdiloh, LoQdoB,fiiR^ 
goods importor, dealer and chapman, April 13 st int-mi 
1, and May 18 at 12, Court of Baidmiptcy, Loaioa: OC 
Ass. Pennell; SoL Wellington, S, Crown-esart, Tki^ 
needle-at. — Fiat dated Marah 10. 

HENRY FISH, Prinoe's-niw, PimHoe, Middksex, pdalv. 
plumber, and glasier, April 17 and May 18 at 12, d»rt of 
Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Peonell ; SoL Robima, 
17, Ordiard-st., C«Tendish-sq. — ^Flat dated Mtrcfa 2i 

JOHN WARDEN ROBBERDS, 



Norwich, 
dealer and chapman, April 19 at 2, and May 24 at 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. An. Bdl; SdiL 
Messrs. White & Borrett, Iinoohi*s-inn-fields.— Fiitdad 
March 23. 
ALEXANDER PRINCE, Unoohi's-inn-fields and RowQ. 
square, Bliddkaex, xinoographer and lidiographer, pitatf 
agent, dealer and chapman, April 14 at lulf-pait I, and 
May 19 at half-past 11, Court of Bankroptqr, Losdoo: 
Off. Am. Green ; SoL Goren, South Mdtoa.itnet-iy 
dated March 8. 
JAMES SMITH, Smith's-buildings, MauMU-ai., Wk- 
chapel, Middlesex, spmoe merchant, deder ind dupmin, 
Apnl 14 at 2, and May 19 at 12. Court of Btnknptcf, 
London: OC Ass. Follett; SoL Pkxon, lioooloVinB- 
fields.— Fiat dated April 4. 
RICHARD SMITH, Hathem, Leicestershire, ind Fonnaik 
Bsrk, Derbyshire, tanner and farmer, dealer and dtapma, 
March 30 and May 4 at 11, (and not on the 27th April, a 
advertiaed in the Gaaette of the 20th March last), District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham : Off. Ass. BittbitOQ; 
Sol. Brewster, Nottingham. — Fiat dated March 6. 
WILLIAM TRUELOYE, Oakland House, Ledbnrr, Em- 
fordshire, schoolmaster, horse, pig, and eheepdeala,bdur, 
and dealer and chapman, April 18 and May 15 atlO.Dii* 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off.A».^ 
more ; Sols. Gregg, Ledbury ; Motteram & Co., Binniif* 
ham. — Fiat dated March 31. 
FREDERICK COOK, Exeter, upholsterer and cabinet mikffr 
April 17 at 11, and May 10 at 1, District Court sf Bank- 
ruptcy, Exeter: Oft Ass.Hemaman; Sols. Hoqier, Ezc^eri 
Fox.Finsbnry.circus, London.— Flat dated Htroh22. 
JOSEPH ASPINALL, Liverpool, stodL sod ihiRbrokff, 
dealer and chapman, April 17 and May 18 at 11, Di^ 
Court of Bankruptcy, LiTCipool: Off. Ass. Bird-, Sok 
littledale & Bardswell, Liverpool; Gregory & Co., Beaford* 
row, London. — Fiat dated March 31 
WILUAM PITFIELD, Tottington Lower End, LaMaiktfJ. 
tiicitUu.r, dealer and (AnpmAa, April 20 mid May 17 at li) 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchesttf: Off. An. 
Hobson; Sols. Rushton & Armistead, Bolton; 6regoi7& 
Co., Bedford.row, London. — Fiat dated March 31. 
WILLIAM BARTHOLOMEW HANKIN8, Lofwinfine. 
Herefordshire, cattle, sheep, and com dealer, bopmercbiBtf 
dealer and chapman, April 14 and May 16 at 12, Dt^ 
Court ot Bankruptcy, Bhrmingfaam : Off. Asb. Valpy ; ^ 
Pritchard, Hereford ; Bloxham, Birmingham ; J. ft C Bo- 
binson, Qoeen-straet^plaee, London.— Fiat dated Mircfa31. 
JOHN WOODHOU8E, Darihagton, Durham, biitdtf,<i(^ 
and diapman, AprU 17 at baK-past 10, and Mty 22^ !>• 
District Court <a Bankruptcy, Newoastle-upon-Tjoe. Of. 
Ass. Wakley ; Sols. Allison, Darlington ; Harie,lMo^ 
ampton-buildfaigs. Chancery-lane, London, and ^^''^^^ 
upon-Tyne; Tileon & Co., 29, Colemsn-street, lfiom> 
—Fiat dirted Msrch 29. 

McvriNoa. , 

Jamee Andrew, Dean Water, Prestbury, CbeAiw. "J 
Mancbesler, calico printer, April 18 at 12, District CojUtff 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, pr. d.— G. Houldemorih, 1^ 
owram, HaKfax, Yorkshire, worsted spinner, April ^^r! 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, last ex.— «^- *^' 
Brentford, Middlesex, butcher, April 27 at 1, Court of B^* 
ruptcy, London, and. Bc—Aleammder Amdertom, Philpc*-'*"*' 
London, merchant, April 27 at 1 1 , Court of Bankraptef f J^"^ 
don, and. ac — iVm, BHuton, Liverpool, linen dnpefi ^. 
27 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy. London, and. ac--^' ff^i 
eon. Lackenby, Yorkshire, buUder, April SO at 11, 1^ 
Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, and. ac ; Ma^ 1 st Ht <n^'. 
Joeeph Oxietf, Bradford, Yorkshire, cotton warp dyer, h^ 
27 at 11, District Cowt of Boikruptcy, Leeds, ^^J^^l 
ElUe, Preetoo, Laneaabifv, oottnn spinner, Anrfl^ »!? 
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lard, Brighton, Sussex, lodging- house keeper; April 13 at 2, 
Coantj Court of Sussex, at Brighton. 
Tk9 following Pentm, who, on hit Petilkm /Ued in the 
Court, has obtained an Merim Order for Protection from 
• Proeeee, is required to appear in Court a$ hereinafter 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal^etreet, Lin- 
coln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 
according to the Statute: — 

April 2S at 11, brfore Mr, Commissioner Phillips. 
Nicholas Wanostrocht, Myrtle- villa, Blackheath, Kent, and 
Nicholas-lane, Lombard-st, London, classical teacher. 
The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up brfore 
. the Court, in Portugal*street, to be examined and dealt 
with according to the Statutes — 

AprU 20 at 11, b^fitre Mr. C omm i e e ioner HAmmis. 
Wm. Martin, Chancery-lane, Middlesex, baker.— /iu2«A de 
Jacob Parienie, Beckford-plaoe, Kennington-common, and 
Bbhopsgate-st., City, general merchant. — Horatio Mahomed, 
Little Ryder-st., Westiniiuter, and Burton-st., Burton-crc- 
scent, Middlesex, bath proprietor.— /oAn Moser, Mortimer. 
St., Cavendish-square, Middlesex, upholsterer.— /ofiiet Solicit 
Cole, Valentine.place, Long-lane, Bermondsey, Surrey, i)ump 
maker.— £J. Stanley, Melton-st., Dorset-square, captain in 
the Royal Navy. 

April 21 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner PaihLivB. 
Thomas Martindale,Bidhoro\igh-9t,, Burton-crescent, Mid- 
dlesex, derk in the General Registration-office, Somerset- 
house.— /oAn Bd, Bennison, Clarenoe-plaoe, Clapham-road, 
Surrey, coach builder. — George Cox, Hardinge-st., Islington, 
Middlesex, working optician. 

April 23 at II, brfore the Chief Commissioner. 
John Williams, Frederick-place, Hampstead-road, Middle- 
Sex, accountant. — Geo. West, Whitecross-st., Old-st., Mid- 
dlesex, baker.— PAt/tj? Slade, Sale-st., Paddington, Middle- 
sex, carpenter. — Chas. Templar, Brick-lane, Spitalfields, 
Middlesex, assistant to a pork butcher.— £<2. Villiers Crotty, 
Hcmus-ter., King's-rd., Chelsea, Middlesex, attorney at law. 



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RUSSBLL ON AWARDS. 

A TREATISE on the POWER and DUTY of an ARBI- 
TRATOR, and the LAW of SUBMISSIONS and AWARDS, 
with an Appendix of Forms, and of the Sututes relating to Arbitra- 
tion. By PRANCIS RUSSELL, Esq., M. A., Barrister at Law. 

William Banning ft C o. , 43, Flet-street 

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ments, and to gbU upon him to answer them witbout 
previous thought uid prepasation, wonld be productive* 
of infinite oppression ;, and, on. tlie other hand, unleas the 
plaintiff has time cooUy to consider the story teld by 
the defendant, in order ta detect fallacies in its reason- 
ing or inaccuracies in its facts, the seavehmg powex of 
equity would be but of little vdue» But these reasons 
apply to the single case of the defsndant bdng eza^ 
mined as to matters affecting hb own interest. As to 
every other branch of equity procedure, there seems no 
more necessity for everything being done at length in 
writing, than in proceedings at common law. It is not 
at all meant to be asserted, that precision in the state- 
ment of the claims of the parties, whether of the plain- 
ts or the defendant, is not requisite in equity proceed- 
ings; but the necessary preciMon fixes the limit of the 
necessary amount of written pleadings in equity as well 
as at law. All beyond that^ is mere waste of time, and 
a mischievous increase of expense. 
' The first step, therefore, in sabstanttsl Chaiieery 
refbrm, would be to revise the whole system of plead- 
ing, with a view to abolish the length of the written 
pleadings, wherever that can be done consistently with 
the preservation of the essential qualities of an. equi- 
table junsdiotioD. 

To consider this part of the subject, it b necessary 
to go a little into detalK 

' The initiated know, and the uninitiated may hereby 
learn, that every suit in Chancery commences by a 
'bfll, which b a minute stetememt in writng oi the 
'whole of the plaintiff's case ; thai is, of all* the faets, 
'and of the substance at least of all the docnmentS| 
xmdev which he ^ims a right against the defiindant. 
The statement b followed by iB t er rqga > <Hriei as to 
every one of the matters alleged, mquiring of tlM de- 
fendant, in the most hiT^ved form^ of exprsasion that 
art can contrive, whether each such mattery or something 
mlating to it, b or b not true. Thb is the substaiice 
of a bin in Chaaeery ; and aa nothing can be saked of 
tiie defendant or proved, unless it be fbonded on the 
statements of tiie bill, it foUows that the draftsman, if 
he wishes to guard against snrprise, mnst add, in' many 
eases, statements of a variety of imaginaiy eironm- 
stsnees, in order to eUoit admissloas of poasMUe feota. 
To thb an answer, mimitely answering every mter*> 
rogatory, must be given in writing; the fects on w^uoh 
•SMh party relies are then to be proved by witnesses, 
< examined npon written iatorrogatories, and answering 
*in writing. It is not goings too fer to si^, tiiot, by reo- 
«8an of the ibmnaof language adopted in intemogating 
-a'defendaat, and of the miss of pkoding- aflfoeting the 
-d efend ant's liabOity to answer eveiy qnestbn oonii- 
pletdy,on an a;««rage every ^prastton pot by a bill in 
•Chancery (hi aoontestod cass) b unavoidably answered 
^twiee.over; we- do not mean, of oo«Mei» twice in sah- 
stance, but twice in point of qvantity of weirds used. 
- Now, we hesitate net to say, that, probably in eeery 
rchati bat osrteinly in all exsept a fewexeepted eases, 
*ik sevy- short statement of feots wenld be snffiobnt 
Xif sanotioaiedby the roles of praotioe) on behalf of a 
^plhini^; and no interrogatories at all wonld be requi- 
«Bito. And we Ihrter assert,, that in no case ;v^atever 
iathfiM angr adirasta^ in examining the tosfeMMss npon 
.witten inteODOgatonass at leao^ not upon, intanega- 



tories firamed m. the complex manner adopted in 
Chimcery. , 

Ta eomfenenm at once wltlL the most difficult daa 
of cases, vfe. tliat in which both the facts and the 
law are in contest, aff thaitb reqabito in the com- 
mencement of the litigation is, that the material fects 
alleged on botii sides, and the points of law raised or 
rsiifiab l^w y ^^ ul d be pimentedL to the CronrtT aBd>th^ 
may be done in a much simpler and diorter fionn that 
by bill and answer, without any loss of precision. 

The plaintiff might concisely state his feats, asid whit 
he chums, by a petition, referring to, not incorporator 
the documents intended to be relied on, and of whidi 
he should be bound to give inspection.- On fffing bi» 
petition he should be required to give notice to the de- 
fendant of thcL facts in support of which he iatends iA 
produce evidence. The petition, or stetement of fects 
of the plaintiff, should be accompanied by no interroga- 
tories whatever. If the plaintiff desired diBoove iy from 
the defendant, he might give notice to that effect; and 
then, but not otherwise, tite defendant should be hound 
to put in a written answer to the statements, aa complete 
as if he had been speoifioallyimd technicaUy interrogated. 
If the defendant did not answer satbfectorily, the plain- 
tiff might then be at liberty to except, as he does now; 
and if successful on the exceptions, then, and not other- 
wise, he might be at liberty to present wiiitaA inteaive* 
gatories to the defendant, who could not complain d 
hb expense being increased, if he had caused itiyy^lns 
own wilfulne^ect or carelesmess. Whethw the plaintiff 
required discovery from the defendant or not, heshoiild 
be bound to give him notice of the feote oa whinfc he 
intended to go into evidence^ If the defendsn* waa 
not called upon to give disoovery, he ahooM h% «l 
Mberty either rim^ to deny the truth of the mhsM 
stetement of feots, or of any separate fltatiiWBwt or 
group of stetemente; or so denying the whole or a 
part of tiie statement of fects, to make abe SByoefmier- 
statement of faets^ giring notSce of tiie positKre OQ«m- 
ter-statemento on which he intended to go into^ eii^ 
dence. Then, npon thb stote of the pleadingn^ thA 
cause might be heard, each party prodnomg in^ oofH 
port of hb ease, witu eossu to be examined vivl ^inss^ 
as at law. Tysstateofpleafings would eoirmpMidt% 
and we brieve answer aH the puip ese s o^ the fn i wiul 
b^ with ito chaiges and in tewo g ate riea^ of the an* 
swer, with ito traverses and counter ototeniente ; «f tte 
written' interrogatories administered to wttneaseo^ tuid 
their written depositions; and we have no man—i «f 
donht that it would,, under the regnlationr wttida it 
wonM warrant,, as totime allowed in proeednre, 
the time expended in, and the coat expended 
Choneery prooeedings^ from M to 79 per'oent. 
ther expense and time wonld be saved by 
and examining witnessss in open oonrt^ or 
would be better to examine them befere a separate 
such as the Examiner, and to take ^eir wtIMsb d^M^ 
sitions into court, b a question rather of s tatbttc i tltmil 
of reasoning. Tim jiiiiil piifiil iii In iilidTliih Hia wiHiLij 
mterrogataneg, and to examine the witnesses viTft^woecl 
We are, of course, steting only the broad ont&e oC ^ 
system of pleadings tn^ble of foemg- subedtnted fear -t^ki^ 
presei^sg^tatomof eom^pleodfaig. We hnva not Inert 
spae^noriaityatw.pBOfertiaM^^feganteringint^-tJbj 



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BtA"** Vicb-Chancbllok'Wiobah, at Wutmiuiter. 
Mondaj . . April 16 Motkws and Causes. 

Wednesday JJ I Plc^t !>«««"«"» ExccptioM,Canic8, 

^iireday ...... 19 1 ^^ Further Directions. 

Saturday 21 Short Causes and Ditto. 

5J^'*^y 251 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

w3^r.:::: ^J -^d Further Directions. 

Thursday 26 Motions and Ditto. 

«. , t%j J Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

'"^■•y -^'1 and Further Directions. 

«^- , ogf Short Causes, Petitions, (unopposed 

^•^'^^^y I first), and Causes. 

Thursday 3 Motions and Ditto. 

«... . / Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

"^y *1 and Further Directions. 

SftlnrdAT r J Short Causes, Petitions, (unopposed 

dacuraay o-i first), and Causes. 

.. ^, M J Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

^^^^J ^\ and Further Directions. 

Tuesday 8 Motions and Ditto. 

COMMON-LAW SITTINGS, IN AND AFTER 
EASTER TERM, 1849. 

Court of fltueen'ft itencii* 

MiDDLSSEX.— /» Term, 
1st sitting . . Tuesday, April 17, and following daTS, at 11. 

2nd sittii^. . Friday 20, and subsequent days, at 11. 

3rd fitting. . Saturday. . May 5, at half-past 9 precisely (for 

undefended causes only). 
4fier rerm.— Wednesday, May 9, at half.past 9. 
A list of causes will be printeid immediately ; but on the un- 
contradicted statement of either side that a cause is too long to 
be tried In term, it will be withdrawn from such list, and a 
small number of completed and new causes will be put into the 
list day by day in their usual order. 

London. — In Term, 
Sitting at 10, on Monday, May 7, for 'undefended causes, 
and iudi causes as are tried in Middlesex after term, with 
judgment of the term. 

Ji/ter Term, — ^Thursday, May 10, to adjourn. 

Court ot Common yieas« 

M Term, 

1IIDDLE8BZ. I LONDON. 

Wednesday AprU IS \ Fridtf April20 

Wednesday 25 | Friday 27 

JJter Term, 
Wednesday May 9 (Thursday May 10 

The Court will nt at ten o'clock in the forenoon on each of 
the days in term, and at half-past nine precisely on each of the 
days after term. 

The causes in the list for each of the above sitting days In 
term, if not disposed of on those days, will be tried by adjourn- 
ment on the days following each of such sitting days. 

On Thursday, the 10th May, in London, no causes will be 
tried, but the Court will a4Jonrn to a ftiture day. 



Cfcj^equev of ^Uh%* 



In Term, 



LONDON. 

1st sitting, Wednes., April 25 
2nd sitting, Wednes., May 2 



MIDDLB8BX. 

Ist sitting, Tuesday, April 17 
2nd sitting, Thursday.... 26 
3rd sitting, Thursday. . May 3 

JJter Term, 

Wednesday Ifay 9 I Thursday May 10 

I (To adjourn only). 

The Court will sit in Middlesex, at Nisi Prius, in term, by 
adjournment, from day to day, until the causes entered for the 
renpectiTe Middlesex l^ttings are disposed of. 

Tbe Court wHl sit, during and aft^ tenn, at ten o'clock. 

4 



COMMON-LAW CAUSE LISTS, EASTER TEBlL 
Court of Aueen's Bench. 

NEW TRIALS 

Remaining undbtikminsd at the End of thb Sit- 

TIN08 Arraa HiLAmr Tbrm, 1849. 



Standing for Judgmknt. 
Huntley v, Russell & an. 
Doe d, Campbell v. Hamilton 

For Argument. 

Easter Term, 1846. 

York— Worth 9. Gresham 

Easter Term, 1848. 

Kent — Doe d, Warren v, 

Brydges 
Sussex — Forth v. Simpson 
Denbigh— Doe d. Clay & ors. 

9. Jones & ors. 
I^icioester — ^Bailey v, Macaulay 
Warw. — Same v. Pearson 
LiT'pool— Hassall v. Cole 

Mich. Term, 1848. 
Midd. — Gardner v. Slade 
„ Hulse 9. Esdaile 
Lond. — Baum v, Kicketts 
„ Baity & an. v. Haines 
„ Small 9. Nairn 
Essex — Sturges v. Cooper 
„ Doe a. Carter v, Bar- 
nard 
Devon — Doe d. Moore St an. 
V, Dunning & an. 
Comw. — Doe d. Rowe v, 

Howell 
Bristol—Scott v. Ferris 
Cardigan — Reg. v. Bowen 
York — Reg. v. Inhabitants of 
Brightside Brerlowe 
„ Samev. Inhabs. of At- 
terdiffe cum Damall 
„ Same «. Inhabitants of 
Tinsley 
Durham<~Jenkyns «. Hutch- 
inson 
Lancash. — Robinson v, Wad- 
dington& an. 



LiT'p.— Walley 9. Stone & on. 
„ Company of Proprie- 
tors of Rodidale 
Canal «. King 
„ James & ors. «. Lynn 
,, Jenkyns 9, Brown 
Camb.— Hammond v, 3en- 
dyshe 
„ Fuller 9. Brown 
„ Preston v. Titdi- 

Suff<^— Doe d. Marriott v. 
Marquis of Hot- 
ford 
„ Rudland v, WBm 
Oxford—Allen 9. Gilkes 

„ Same v, osme 
Worcester— Doe tf.Menoe r. 

Hadtey 
Stafford— Bate 9. Pane 
Dried during Weh. Term, 
1848. 
Midd.— Girdley 9. Austin 
Hilary Term, 1849. 
Midd. — HankinsoB v. Aleock 
„ Gadsby v. Eatall 
„ Morrell 9. Wootten 
y, Daubney 9. Phipps 
„ R^. 9. Smith & on. 
„ Reg. 9. Smith & ors. 
„ Neeres v. Bnrrsge 
„ Osterman 9. Biiteman 
Lcmd. — Dawaon & ors. r. Hay 
„ Job V. Hudson 
„ Baily 9. BraoebcidgB 
„ Wilson 9. Holdca , 
Tried dmrimy Hiiary Terwt, 

184S. 
Bfidd.— Arden 9. Suilhan 
„ Doe d, Howe r. 
Thornton 



SPECIAL CASES AND DEMURRERS 

For Easter Term, 1849. 

Those marked thus * are Special esses tly rest are demurren- 

*Sturge & an. 9. Jenkins 
Dowling 9. Becke 
Milner v, Janes 



Standing for Judgment. 
*Russell V. Phillips 
*Ostler V. Cooke & ors. 
♦M'Swiney 9. The Royal 
Exchange Assurance Co. 

For Argument. 
Morris 9. Duke of Beaufort 

(stands over by consent) 
^Trinity House 9. Beadle 
*Green & ors. 9. St. Katherine 

Dock Co. 
Everest & ors. r. Humphery 
Ryan 9. Clark & an. 
*Ayrton & an. 9. Abbott & an. 
*Doe d. Payne 9. Plycr 
Elliott & ors. 9. Von Glehn 
*Doe d, Dand 9. Thompson 
Wilson 9. mie South-eastern 

Railway Co. 
Newton 9. Bishop 
*Sherlock 9. Spiers 
Smith & an. v. Alexander 
Duke of Rutland r. Bagshaw 
Small & ors. 9. Gibson 
Howley 9. Knight 



*Wilson 9. Eden. Bait. 
*Doe d. Reg. 9. Ardibohop 

of York 
Marson & an. v. Lund 
Flockton flcors. 9. Hall & ors. 
Dowdall 9. Hallett & on. 
Same 9. Same 
Same 9. Same 
Same 9. Same 
Ryan 9. Giles 
Smith 9. Bennet 
Ricketts 9. Loftns 
*£Telyn v. Worsfold 
*Steele 9. Hoe 
Russell & an. 9. Baraard 
Dewar & an. 9. HaDetl h, orr. 
Same 9. Whittam & ors. 
Same v, Hatfield & ors. 
Pye 9. Hant & ors. 
Palmer 9. Welch 
Cannon 9. WetheriU 
Woolley & an. r. Vemoa 
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Gibbons v, VouiUwi 

Greene v. Reece 

Wood V, Governor & Co. of 

Copper-mines in Sagland 
Pordier v, Gardner 
Bell V. Bidgood 
Johns V, Dickinson 
Doe d, Camon v. Rucastle 



Wedne9day, April 25, 
Bell V. Cory 
Cutlibert v. Walker 
Jones V. How 
Sterry v. Clifton 
Reid V, Simpson 
Dakin i;. Brown 
Gooch V. Johnson 



CUR. ADV. VULT. 



Morgan v. Earl of Aberga- 
venny 
PfaUlips V. Lewis 
Newborondh i;. Schroder 
Nickels o. Ross 
Same v. Same 
Garrard v. Tuck 



Fitzgerald v. Fitzgerald 
Hopwood «. Thorn 
Rwsell «. Briant 
Beard V. Egerton 
Croll V. E&e 
Wright r. CoUs 



APPEAL FROM REVISING BARRISTERS. 
IfQ, CowUf. AppMoMt, BMpondeni, 
7.. . Woroestershire •••.,.. Palmer. . Allen 



SITTINGS— EASTER TERM, 1849. 



Monday, April \% 

Tuesday 17 

Wednesday. ... 18 

^ursday 19 

"Friday 20 

tSaturday 21 

Monday 23 

Tuesday 24 

Wednesday. ... 25 
Thursday ..... 26 

Friday 27 

Saturday 28 

Monday SO 

Tuesday . . May 1 
Wednesday.... 2 

Thursday 3 

Frid(^ 4 

Saturday 5 

Monday 7 

Tuesday 8 



Peremptory Paper 



NiMiFriuB. 
MiddVist' Sitting 



Special Cases 
Crown Cases 
Demurrers 
EdTors 
SpedalCaaei 



Demurrers 



London 1st Sitting 
Midd. 2nd Sitting 



Special Cases 



Denmrren 



London 2nd Sittkg 
Midd. 3nl Sitting 



NEW TRIALS. 



For Jvdombmt. 
Moted Mieh, Term, 1848. 
Stafford — Sharrod «. London 
and North-west er n 
Railway Co. 
York — Reedie v. Seme 
„ Hobbttt V. Same 

Fob Aroumsmt. 
Moved Boater Term, 1848. 
Midd. — Arnold v. Ryan 
,, Glen v. Dungay 

Moved TVm. Term, 1848. 
Midd.-Gayland v. Morris 

, , Grerille v, De Rutsen 
Lend. — Campbell 9. Pepper 

Moted Mieh, Term, 1848. 

Midd. — Boosey v, Pnrday 
,, Same v. Same 
,, Macgregor v, Keily 
y, Clayton v. Clayton 
„ Faithfull r. Proctor 
„ Brown i;. Scaoe 
„ Edwards v. Same 
,, Grew V. Hill 
„ Trebeine v. Biers 

Ixmd. — Miller v. Atlee 
„ Mackintosh 9. Bfit- 
cheson 



Lond. — Gk>me v. Bndthwaitt 
Bristol— Gullick v, HAmley 

„ Cross «. Dando 
York— Brooke v. Faviell 
,f Graybum v. Horberry 
ff Same v. Everett 
Newcastie — Ness «. Angaa 
„ Same v. Goath- 

waite 
, , Nessv. Armstrong 

„ Same v. Richard- 

son 
„ Same v. Glaholm 

„ Master Pilots &e. 

of Newcastle v. 
Hammond 
Carlisle — ^AgMonby v.WiUiamt 
Lancast — Williamson «. Heap 
Liv'pool — Clarke v. Holford 
,, Turner 1^ Dean 

„ Cope V, Thamea 

Haven Dook and 
RaUwayCo. 
M Farrell v. Harrisoo 

Moved qfter the Uh Day (/ 
Mich, Term, 1848. 

Midd.— Bull v. Rankin 
„ Mercy v. Galot 
, , Horn V. Thombrongh 

Ixmd. — Black c;. Humphrey 



Moved Nil. Term, 1849. 
Midd. — HomendMon v. Wol- 
verhoMton Wscter- 
works Co. 
„ Wheeler v. Stiles 
,, Manring V.Wilkin 
Lond.— Thompaon «. Baflty 
f, Nicholson v. Rayne 
„ Ridisvdsoft tt. Barnes 
WaMey v. Heaky 



Moved qfter the 4M JD^r ^ 
BOmry 7)emi« 1840. 

Midd.— Waaer«. Pooock 
Bisaeyv. SUertoi 
Foley «. Sneil 
David«.J«m« 
Hawkasp. HuiBiii 
Broetv. B«v& 
Warden t^ Buiwn 

Land. — Dalton «. BrMh 



PEREMPTORY PAPER. 
^1 Hoy ^ 7>rm 4^ 
mJ to be proceeded tsM tike mmi Deqf, if 

Smith V. Stuart (nle nisi January 27) 



To he called on Ike flni Day if Term tfier the Motiom, 
}dedwm ■ - - 

Jfoltofw. 



SPECIAL 
Sfbciax. 
Fob Judovsmt. 
Wood & ors. V. Wand & oes. 

(heard Dec. 1,1848) 
Harcourt & Wife v. Wyman 
Same v. Same 
Same v. Same 

Doe <f. Haroourt «. Wyman 
(heaid Jan. 26, 1849) 
Fo« Aji«inisifT. 
Inre^KlUis 



PAPER. 

Cascs. 

Doe d. Earl of YmrboRN^ v^ 

Newmarch 
HoUingwortii «. Fdmer 
Lowtiier v. Benton 
Rigby 9. Great ' 

way Co. 
Bird v» Brown 
Doe d. CUft V, 
Spoonerv. Payne 
Kerv. Pickering 



DXMURKKRS. 



FOft JUDOMBNT. 

Jones V, Morris (heard May 

31, 1848) 
Chauntler v, Robiaaon (heard 

Jan. 26, 1849) 
Ness 9. Beitram (heard Jn. 

29,1849) 



Leeds and Thirsk Railway Co. 

V. Feamley (heard Feb. 19, 

1849} 

Fob AROuicnrT. 
Soutiiby 9. Bridgman (stayod 

by injunction) 
Slbtiiorp V, Brud 
Dizon V. DizoB 



TUESDAY, April 10. 
BANKRUPTS. 
WILLIAM ASH, HeHry.«t^ fiasopstead-ioad, 
plumber, deslerandehs|i«Mi, Apnl 17 at 12, and Ifif \ 
at half.paat 12, Conrt of Baidvnptey, London : Off. Ai 
Stansfeld; SoL Strtitt, 18. Biiekin^aBi.atnet, StraadU-> 
Fiat dated April 4. 
THOMAS RADFORD, Stantofd-te-Hope, Essex, 
cary, dealer aad dnqpnan, i^nil 19 at 11, 



and Ma^M«t 
12,' Conrt of BaiycnBtey, JCmmIob: Off. Asa. JoinM»f 
Sol. Johnston, 100, 0&8oi9ery.lane.*Fiat dated AprO •. 

THOMAS HILLS, HawkweU, Essex, baker, grocer, deafar 
and chapman, April 20 at fasOf^past 2, and May 22 «t 1, 
Conrt of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Aas. Edwards ; teln. 
Piggot, ChebMierd, Sa«K; WUde & Co., CoUeio-ldn, 
City. — Fiat dated April 2. 

RICHARD LAMPRELL, Pratt^., Camden-town, Middle. 
sex, builder, dealer and ^apwan, April 20 at 2, aad Miv 
17 at 12, Court of Banknqitey, London : Off: Am. B4- 
wards; SoU Tkylor, 8o«th-«qiiare, Gray's-inn.— FlatdHoi 
AprU4. 

THOMAS JAMES FEHR, Birmingham, dealer in hnniwtn. 
furrier, dealer and chapmaa, April 21 and May 26 at IS, 
District Court of Banlmqpl^, Birmingham: Off. Aaa. 
Christie; Sols. Bardeet, BSnasfaigham ; Chaplin, Giaj'a^nn,. 
London.— Fiat dated April 2. 

THOMAS BECKETT WADE, Dudley, WoroestoAiTO^ 
grocer, dealer and chapman, April 18 and May 15 idt M, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off. Aaa. 
Whitmore ; Sol. Wri^t, Birmiagfaam. — Fiat dated AmilS. 

JOHN FAIRCLOUGH, Leeds, Yorkshire, clotii merchant, 
dealer and chapman, April 20 and May 18 at 11, TThUhM 
Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Freemaas Sola. 
Prest, Leeds ; Ciqpea & Stuart, Gray's-ian, London.— fist 
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Middleton, Manchester, soap manufutiirer. — F^ra$, Ciowei, 
Norwich, auctioneer. 

Scotch SBaussTAATioNS. 
Bobi. M. Ckmnal, Alloa, hrewtr.^Andrew M^retr the 
joanger, Leith, merchant. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who ha9$JUed their Petiiiam in the Court of Bankrupted, 

tmd have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from 

Proeeee. 

John Tini, Wenhaston, Suffolk, wheelwright, April 25 at 
2, County Court of Suffolk, at Halesworth. — William Dean, 
Worthing, Sussex, wheelwright, April 16 at 11, County Court 
of Sussex, at Worthing.— /oAii Thompeon Smith, Old CroM, 
HertfordiAure, not following any profession. May 3 at 3, 
County Court of Norfolk, at Holt.— /oAii lAttlewood, Birstal, 
Yorkshire, joiner, April 19 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, 
at Dewsbury. — Jamee Whieherd, Soham, Cambridgeshire, 
plumber, April 21 at 11, County Court of Cambridgewire, at 
Soham.— TAoMot Cox, Abingdon, Berkshire, eating-house 
keeper, April 17 at half-past 10, County Court of Berkshire, 
at Abingdon. — Wm, Clements, SohBm, Cambridgeshire, shoe- 
maker, April 21 at 11, County Court of Cambridgeshire, at 
Soham,— TAomot Csii4/7eM,Undercliffe, Bradford, Yorkshire, 
innkeeper, April 28 at 11, County Court of Yorkshire, at 
Bradford. — Joeeph Whitwham, Golcar, Huddersfield, York- 
■hire, clothier, April 26 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at 
Huddersfield.— /omet Firth, Golcar, Huddersfield, York, 
•hire, clothier, April 26 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at 
Huddersfield.— iSomiif/ John Jay, Bury St. Edmund's, Suf- 
folk, attorney at law, April 30 at 10, County Court of Suf- 
folk, at Bury St. Edmund's.— FTin. Thureton the younger, 
Southelmham, Suffolk, Teterinary surgeon, April 24 at 9, 
County Court of Norfolk, at Harleston. — Oeo. Cox, Lowes- 
toft, Suffolk, fish merchant, April 25 at 9, County Court of 
Suffolk, at Lowestoft.- TTiN. ThomoM Challie, Bury St. Ed- 
mnnd's, Suffolk, out of business, April 30 at 10, County Court 
of Suffolk, at Bury St. Edmund's.— JBrf«ttfuf Taylor, Mihis- 
bridge, Idnthwaite, Almondbury, Yorkshire, spinner, April 
26 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Huddersfield.— Clot. 
Bradley, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, innkeeper, April 26 at 10, 
County Court of Yorkshire, at Huddersfield. — Wm. Coeke, 
Southwold, Suffolk, baker, April 25 at 2, County Court of 
Suffolk, at Halesworth.— TAofiuM B. BUie, Burwash, Sussex, 
Ikrmer, April 19 at 10, County Court of Kent, at Tonbridge 
Wells.— /ofi9»A HaU, Chester, baker, April 16 at 10, County 
Court of Cheshire, at Chester.— JoAm Baxter, Stamford-heath, 
Christleton, near Cheshire, fanner, April 16 at 10, County 
Court of Cheshire, at Chester. 

The following Pereone, who, on their Petittone /lied in the 
Court, have obtained Interim Ordere for Protection /rom 
Proeeee, are required to appear in Vourt ae hereinqfter 
mentioned, at the Court •htmee, in Portuyal^etreet, Lin- 
eoln^e hm, ae followe, to be oxamined and dealt with 
aecordinff to the Statute:'^ 

April 24 at II, brfore Mr. Qnmmieeioner Harais. 
Qeorge Bablah, Prince's-square, Lambeth, Surrey, derk in 
the General Poet-office, London.— ^mictf Fentum, Elisa- 
beth-street, Walworth, Surrey, flute manufacturer. '^Michael 
Magnier, Great Doyer-road, Southwark, Surrey, derk in the 
General Post-office.— -IF. 6. Maeon, King-street, Camden- 
town, Middlesex, engrayer on wood. 

April 25 af 11, before the Chief Commtssionbr. 
Albert Lowe, Copthall- court, Throgmorton-street, London, 
out of business. — Edwin Bttmee, James's-place, Thomas- 
street, Camberwell New-road, Surrey, baker. — Qeorge 
Charlton the younger, Byron's-place, St. James's-street, Old 
Kent-road, Surrey, out of employ. — W. CboAton, Tonbridge, 
Kent, derk in the employ of the South-eastern Railway 
Company. 

April 25 at 10, brfore Mr, Oommieeioner Law. 
Thomas Bobert JDumi, Spring-street, Dorset-street, Baker- 
street, Portman-square, Middlesex, butcher.— /at. B. Smith, 
Prinoe's-sCreet, Pnnoe's-square, St. Geoi^'sin the East, Mid- 
dlesex, rigger.— /oM>pA Shephard, Villa-street, Walworth- 
common, Surrey, dealer in old building materials.— HoAerf 
WiUingion, Prinoe'i-ttropt, Fitnoy-aquaie, Middlesex, book- 
Under. 



Saturdug, April 7. 

The following Aeeigneee have been appointed, Wuriher , 

tieulare may be learned at the Ofiee, in Portugal'Ot* 

eoln*e'inn»fielde, on giving the Number qfthe Caee, 

Jae. Pearee, Tumford, Chediunt, Hertfordshire, Ihdterer, 

No. 59,759 T. ; Louis Kyexor, assignee.— T^owot Hbhmet, 

Pitchcombe, Gloucestershire, gardener. No. 70,059 C. ; SsrnL 

Tanner, assignee.- C O. O'Brien, Stringston, nesir Stowey, 

Somersetshire, former. No. 70,471 C. ; W. Cc^gan, i 

Saturday, AprU 7. 
Ordere have been made, veeting in the Provisional ^ 
the Bstatee and Bfeete of the following Persons:-^ 
{On their own Petition^* 
William Austin, Gloster-terrace, Paddfaigton, MiMleKX, 
bridilayer : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. 
-^Bdw, C, Bessell, Newman-st., Oxford-st., dancing mflslsr: 
in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. — Wwu H. 
/. X. Taylor, Rochester, Kent, out of busineM: m the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— /oAii H, Orwich, 
St. John-street-road, Middlesex, grocer: in the ]>ebton 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — ^emMDm N, M o Om Ot 
Tottenham, Middlesex, commission agent: in the Debtors 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — George S. Sim^ t aa m, 
Trafalgar-square, Middlesex, soUdtor: in the Debtors 'Primm 
for London and Middlesex.— 7^lo«. W. Phmtb, Beok.rond, 
Kingsland, Middlesex, baker : in the Dd>tors Prisofn for 1«ob- 
don and Middlesex.— /oAii Powell the younger, AddiMton- 
square, Camberwell, Surrey, builder : in the Gaol of Horse- 
monger-lane. — Siuum Anstey, Newington-cansewey, Soney, 
draper : in the Queen's Prison.— /<r«M<aA Bgertom, Cowrlej- 
place, Cowley-road, North Brixton, Surrey, dagnenwotype 
artist: in the Queen's Prison.— CAri»fte» Fired^ OtrnMasu', 
Crozier-st., New Palace- road, Lambeth, Surrey, ecisawlsiliM 
agent : in the Queen's Prison.— JoA Barker, HamiHoo-plaee, 
High-st., Deptford, Kent, assistant to a straw hat Btwaefre- 
turer : in the Queen's Prison.— g ^pw e s Fbgg, Gre^-etneC, 
Sobo, Middlesex, licensed yictnaller : in the Queen's Prino. 
— C9Ut. Lister, NorfoUc-road, St. John's-wood, Miiiitl— t, 
not in any business : in the Queen's Prison.— Giory« TliyJisr, 
Foley-st., Portland-place, Middlesex, retailer of beer : In tbe 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.- ItoAir/ MTg^ 
Orainge, Uxbridge, Middlesex, labourer: in the Debtors 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — Henry Oo^firay, Grvree- 
ead, Kent, carpenter: in the Debton Prison lor Ijopdoa 
and Middlesex.— /oAfi B. North, Blaokmoor-itf Drury.knc, 
Middlesex, licensed yfetualler: in the Debtors Prieom ftr 
London and Middlesex.^<S!ein. Boberte, Ashford-et., Hoxtam 
New-town, Middlesex, in no business : in the De!>tors Pitei^ 
for London and Middlesex. — Thoe, Bamet, fTtrnthini phrisc 

Horse- 




Brixton-hill, Brixton, Surrey, baker : in the Gai^ of 
monger-lanc^TT. C. Norman, Deyondiire-st., Keno 
lane, Surnnr» dairyman : in the Queen's Prison. — iSeou FnM%j 
Terrace, Kennington-common, Kennington, Sunn 
tor : in the Queen's Prison. — 7. CMton, SaUbrd, 
traTcUer to a spindle and fly maker : in the Gaol of 
Jamee Coe, Denton, Lancashire, hatter^ in the Gaol of 
caster. — Jos, W. Gore, Mandiester, furrier: in the Omol 
Lancaster. — George Mercer, Bfanchester, fish dealer : m. til 
Gaol of Lancaster.^il. Morris, Ilkeston, Dertiyshire,VotcW# 
in the Gaol of Radford Pererd.— IFin. lUeSt Swansee, Gil 
morganshire, bookseller: in the Gaol of Swansea. — JZoAei 
Carthy, Stafford, joiner : in the Gaol of Stafford.— IFHiMi 
aapham, Goff's Oak, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, 
labourer : in the Gaol of Hertford. — Boi^, L ockw a o d ^ Sh d 
field, Yorkshire, grocer: in the Gaol of York. — VWiBiat 
Philip, Hawkdiurch, near Lyme R^gis, Dorsetdiire. dair] 
man : in the Gaol of Dorchester. — Afffed Spieor, PolkeetoiN 
Kent, mariner : in the Gaol of Dorer. — J. Woriaah BBeto 
Staffordshire, in no business : in the Gaol of Corentrj. — 1 
Lund, Eckington, Derbyshire, horsebreaker : in the Gaol 
Radford Pererd.— /oAs Blackburn, Blackburn, Laaoaahii 
grocer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Wm, Ckadbmm, Blad 
bum, Lancashire, greengrocer : in the Gaol of 
James Dawes, Blackburn, Lancashire, grocer : in the 6a^ 
Lancaster. — James Farmer, Birming^m, huckster: in i 
Gaol of Coventry.- 7!loM«t Hardy Greaves, New Radfot 
Nottinghamshire, braid manufacturer : in the Gaol of RadAi 
Pererd.— JoAa Piatt, Blackburn, Lancashire, oat of 
in the Gaol of Lancaster.— Hot. Stoekdale, Snnderiand m$ 
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hotel keeper, May 5 «t 11, Court of Baskrnptcy, London, 
and. ac— /ot. StubHnff, Northnmberiand-place, Commercial- 
road East, Middlesex, draper, May 10 at 2, Court of Bank, 
mptcy, London, and. ac — H* Roberii, Pwllheli, Camarron- 
Bhnne, draper, May 18 at 11, District Coort of Bankruptcy, 
liTerpool, and. ac. ; May 24 at 11, diy.~/«aae Bootk, Crewe, 
Cheshire, linen and woollen draper. May 11 at 11, District 
Conrt of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac ; May 18 at 1 1 , diT. — 
T%omas Hughet^ LiTerpool, woollen draper. May 11 at 11, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac. ; May 18 at 

11, div. — W. Show the younger, Salford, Lancashire, printer. 
May 7 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. 
ic. ; May 8 at 12, div. — Tho9, J\>wtrmm, Todholea, Cum- 
herland, miller. May 4 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyke, aud« ac ; May 8 at 11, fin. div. — if. 
Imp and Bdmard Lm*, Berry Edge, Durham, grocers. May 8 
at half.past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcas^- 
mK>n-Tyne, and. ac — Wm, B. Waltart, Embaay, Sk^pfton, 
Yorkshire, cotton spinner, May 8 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Leeds, and. ac ; Bday 4 at 11, dir. — C. Jqmm, 
Malton, Yorkshire, innkeeper. May 3 at 11, District Conrt of 
Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. ; May 4 at 11, dbr.^Tkomai 
Barraelougk and John Bvriii, Southowram, Hali&x, York- 
ahire, wooUen ipinnera, May S at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Leeds, and. ac ; M^ 4 at 11, dir. — John Dtarison, 
Dudley Hill, near Bradford, loricshire, woolstapler. May 7 at 

12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. ; May 8 at 
12, dir. — Sammei Steady Ooraersal, Yorksliire, woolstapler. 
May 7 at 11, District Conrt of Bankruptcy, Leeds, and. ac ; 
May 8 at 11, dir,— 7!lot. Bardwiek and WhUer Hardwick, 
Leeds, Yorkidtiny auctioneers, May 7 at 1, District Conrt of 
Bankmptey, Leeds, aud. ac— Vot. Jaekmm tiie younger, Shel- 
field, Walsall, StaiTordshire, miller, May 8 at 10, District 
Court of Banlmptcy, Birmloffham, aud. tc,—John /. Palmer ^ 
Birmingham, wholeaala jewelMr, May 5 at 12, District Conrt 
of Ban k r u pt c y, Birmingham, aud. ac. ; May 12 at 12, dir. — 
Marhu MeretUUf Kinc William-st., London, merchant, May 
4 at 12, Court of BuuLruptcr, London, dtr. — A. Anderttm, 
PhOpot-lane, London, menehant. May 4 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, fin. di?.— JVtfcAoJoff Butler, Portsea- 
place, Edgeware-road, Middlesex, wholesale stationer. May 4 
at 12, C^urt of Bankruptcr, London, div. — Joku Arnold, 
Oxford-st., Westminster, Middlesex, Uoen draper, May 4 at 
11, Court of Baakraptey, ' London, div. — Jos, Hojfward and 
X. H, Moore, Patemoiter-row, London, booksellers. May 10 
at 1, Court of Bankmptey, London, dir. sep. est. of J2. H, 
Moore.— Wm. BoMt Bohnot, Lichfield, Staffordshire, coach 
maker, May 8 wt 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birming- 
ham, aud. ac. ; May 15 at 10, div. — Vkae. Bertram and Wm, 
ParMneon, Newcasae-npon-Tyne, merchants, Bfay 4 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, NeweaatLe-upon-Tyne, dhr. sep. 
ait. of Clat. Bertram, 

Cbstifioatbs. 

fV be aUowed, wdeee tkume be ekewn to the contrary on or 
b^bre the Day qf Meeting. 

Fred. B. Btaey, Albion-plaee, Blaekfriar's-bridge, Sorrey, 
law stationer. May 4atl8, Court of Bankruptcy, London.^ 
Wm. AUen, Watton, Norfolk, hukeeper, May 9 at half.past 
11, Court of Baakrnptey, Loodon.^fl^nry P. WUU, High 
Holbom, Middlesex, riotaaUar, May 4 at 12, Conrt of Bank- 
mptey, liondon.— ff^ -fiMoMOA, Union-atreet, Soutfawark, 
Surrey, and High Holbom, Middksax, taa dealer. May 4 at 
11, Court of Bankmptey, London.— C /. Bpenee, Stockton- 
VKm-Tees, Duriiam, timber merafaant, Blay 4 at 11, Diatrict 
Cioort of Bankruptcy, Newoaalie-npon-Tyne.— /. R. Simpeon, 
Sheflield, Yorksliire, spring knife manufacturer. May 5 at 10, 
Diatrict Court of Banknipt^, Sheffield. — /aiMe Kprke, 
Glaaeoed, Denbighshire, lime homer. May 7 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool. —^tcftttlw Monyredien, 
liverpool, merafaant. May 4 at 11, District Court of Bank, 
mptcy, Lifverpool.^^^|^iretf /. Sm^, Liverpool, iitm founder. 
May 7 at 11, District Court of Bankmptey, Liverpool.— JeAn 
Bitoken, Beeaton, Cfaaalnn, joiner, Bfay 11 at 11, Diatriot 
Conrt of Bankrupfecnr, Liverpool.— /oilfi B, CMetitm, Liver- 
pool, ship broker. May 10 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
nipU^, UverpooL— /. Booth, Crewe, Cheahire, Unen draper. 
May 11 at 11, Distrkst Court of fiankraploy, LiverpooL— 
Benry Wki^fiM, Stafford, bdildcr, May 5 at 12, ^strict 
Court of Bankmptcgr, BbiniBgham. 



To be allomed by ike Viee-VkaneoUor «ff tke Biyh Comrt^ 

Ckaneery, aothty in B a nkr a pt ey, wUeee Camee be a* sia n tm 

Ike eo nh -ary on or before May 4. 

Jamee Parker, Notting-hiU, Middlesex, coadi proprMor.— 
Jamee Willie, Osbome-at., W hi tec hap el, Middleaex, ale_ 
chant. — Thoe, W. Bomeby, Darlingtea, Darham, 
Tkomae Hill, Redditoh, Woroeatenhire, boDdar. — ^J 
Perks, Redditch and Stoke Mills, Worcestershire, needle ma- 
nufacturer. — Thoe. Potte, Birmingham, metallic tube mann* 
facturer. — Benry Coyewell, Wotton.under-Edge, Gloneeater* 
shire, paper maker. 

Fiat AinmLLBD. 

Bet\jamin Moee, nartl^MMl, Dnniam, diaper * 

PABTNBBaBlPa DiatOLTBD. 

Wm, Manby and John Bawkrford, Wolverhampton, Staf- 
fordshire, attomies and 8olicitors.«%fote Riekmrdeon and Jos, 
Riehardeon, Burton-upon.Trent, Staiforddiife, attomiea and 
solicitoBS. 

ScocTH SaaunarnATioH. 
Robertson and Rattray, Dundee, grocers. 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who heme filed their Pemiom in the Oemet ^ Bwrnht^iep, 
wnd have obtained an BUerim Order for Prateetien /9'om 



Bdward Jamee, Walsall, StaifofdafaiBB, out of 
April 30 at 12, County Court of Staffordshiie, at Walsall.— 
Wm, Qmsee the elder, Swaoaaa, Olamorcanahire, Jii^n v fii 
Tiotualler, April 18 at 10, County Court of Qlanuvfaaikire, 
at Swansea. — John Powe, Swansea, Glamorganahiie, emifee- 
tioner, April 18 at 10, County Court of Glamorgandiire, at 
Swanaea. <— . Isaac Tvylof*, Dudley, 'Woroeatenhire, ^i^wii^il 
brewer, April 27 at 3, County Court of WomeatenUre, at 
Dudley.— Pan/ Blwell, Dudley, Wor e e s te r sh i re, miner, Api^ 

23 at 3, County Court of Woreaateiahhre, at Dnidky.— JBa»erl 
Morrell, Malinslee, Dawley, Shropshire, pudler, April 21 at 
10, County Court of Shrop^iire, at Maddey. — T^loMat CWe, 
Flathouse, Portsea, Southampton, baker. May 1 at 10, County 
Court of Hampshire, at Portsmouth.— /oibi BraeeyirdU, 
Over, Cheshire, sUter, May 1 at 10, County ConrtoT Gfaeabtre, 
at Northwich.— JbAn Pay, Southsea, Portsea, SoatfaampCoo, 
carpenter. May 1 at 10, County Court of Haoipsiiire, at 
Portsmouth. — Daniel Moore, Grantdieater, Cambridges&ure, 
blacksmith, April 23 at 10, County Court of Cambridgeafaire, 
at Cambridge. J ames SpiaUUny thcTOunger, Cambridge, oat 
of business, April 23 at HI, Coonty -Gourt of Cambridgeshire, 
at Cambridge.— /oAa WUlmott, Cambridge, printer, April 23 
at 10, County Court of Cambridgediire, at Cambridge. — W, 
Woods, Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, in no busineas, April 23 
at 10, County Court of Cambridgeafahne, at Cambridge.— ^ct. 
Bichmond, Liverpool, oaMnet maker, April 23 at 10, Liver- 
pool District County Court, at Liverpool. — Bowetl Danes, 
Toxteth-park, near Liverpool, bookkeeper, April 23 at 10, 
Liverpool District County Court, at UverpooL— /tary B. 
Cooper, Wolverliampton, Staffordshire, out of business, April 

24 at 12, County Court of Staffordshire, at Wolverhampton. 
^^ohn Corns, Wohreriiampton, Staffordshire, in no busneas, 
April 24 at 12, County OMirt of Staffordshire, at Wokvcr. 
hampton.— IFfw. Ridding, Walsall, Staffordahire, apringhodk 
manufooturer, April 30 at 12, County Court of StaflMAiR, 
at WalsaU.-7%of. Lynes, Walsall, StalfotdaUre, aprh^ bar 
maker, April 30 at 12, County Court of Staffordahiier at 
WalsaU.— JaiNet Colewuss, Bristol, grocer, May 16 at 11, 
County Court of Gloucestershire, at BristoL— Jl^il. Ingrmm, 
Cambridge, plumber, April 23 at 10, County Court of Cam. 
bridgeriiire, at Cambridge.—/. B. Chatterton, Notti^whami 
shopman. May 3 at 9, Countf Court of Nottin^iamabue, at. 
Nottfaigham — Robert Smith, East Dereham, Norfolk, veCeri« 
nary surgeon. May 2 at 9, County Court of Norfolk, at BmIi 
Dereham.— CftaWet Ley the younger, Nottinghaaa, ooopert 
May 3 at 9, County Court of Nottinghamshire, at Notln^ham, 
^Thoe. Brooker, Speen, near Newbury, BerUiira, plumber^ 
April 27 at 10, County Court of Berkshire, at Newbury.— » 
Samuel Bennett, South Retford, Ordsall, NottinghaaDabirei 
innkeeper, May 2 at 11, County Court of Nottinghamshirei 
at East Retford.— 7:iof. Bolton, Kibworth Harooort, nea^ 
Market Harborough, Leicestershire, gardener. May 17 at lO. 
County Court of lieiceetershire, at Leiceator. — B. Oaekneai 
Oxford, in no business, April 23 at 2, County Conrt of Ox« 
fordshire,.at Oxford.— JasMe «XsMt, WaatCewea, fiaBBpahiia» 



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covered. To saf that the vendee may inqvATt of tba 
vendor as to hia titie, is only io sa^rtbaL he may haw 
an express warranty^ but doer n»t shew that he has thfi 
power of exercising his own judgment on the 8Bb|ect, hi 
the sense which renders him amenable to the maxiuL 
of caveat empton^ The aYgumeoilhait the vendea might 
easily have obtained an express warranty, and that, 
therefore, no warranty shosld beimpKed, woold^mdly 
apfdy to all other cases where an implied warranty is 
hdd to arise ; fra* it is difficult to conceive any case in 
which th« vendee might not as easily require an ex- 
press warranty of the quality of goods as he could an 
affirmation^ i. e^ aa express warranty of title. The fol- 
lowing are the authorities on which the judgment is 
ostensibly founded : — 

Lord Coke, (Co. Litt. 102), treating of a voucher to 
warranty of title to land, says, " Note, that, by the 
eivil law, every man ia bound to. warrant the thing 
that he selleth or conveyeth, albeit there he no express 
warranty ; but the common law bindeth him not, un- 
less there be a warranty, in deed or in law, for caveat 
emptor." I^ by warranty " in law," he means a tacit 
or implied warranty, as the word is elsewhere defined 
by him, (Co. Litt. 365. a., 884. a.}, then the passage 
amounts to this — that the common law binds to war- 
ranty only where such warranty is express or implied, 
and it has no weight on the question, one way or the 
other. Whatever its meaning, the reason given is not 
very satisfactory; and it appears doubtful whether the 
words do not refer solely to the warranty of title to 
land. Lord Coke does not cite any authority for his 
opinion; and the cases subsequently placed on the 
margin by the annotators refer to warranty of quaU^ 
only. 

A note in 3 Rep. 22 a, asserts, there is no warranty 
ef title in the sale of goods, and cites for this position 
the above passage from Co. Litt. 

Key's Maxims, c. 42 : ^* If I take the horse of another 
man, and sell him, and the owner take him again, I may 
have an action of debt for the money ; for the bargain 
was perfect by the delivery of the horse ; and caveat 
emptor." Here, again, the reason given is a mere as- 
sertion; the law, as stated by Noy, seems to be in- 
tended for the special emolument of horse- stealers ; but, 
putting that aside, it would not be law at the present 
day, if it was the understanding of the parties that the 
bargain should be rescinded in the event of the vendor 
not having title. It appears to us, that such an under- 
standing might be implied, unless the contrary were 
expressed, for a man seldom intends to part with his 
money for nothing ; but the Court of Exchequer seem 
to have considered that this intention should be proved 
at the trial. 

FItz. Nat. Brev. 94, (E), refers only to warranty of 
quality, e. g. soundness of horse and goodness of wine, 
** for the purchasers eyes and his taste ought to be his 
judges in that case.*' 

SprigweU v. AUm (Al. 91) was an action on the case 
for falsefy and fraudulently selling a horse to the plain- 
tiff, ubi revera it was the horse of another; and the 
action was held not to be maintainable, because the 
plaintiff could not prove the scienter; **for the declara- 
tion must be, that he did it fraudulently, or knowing it 
not to be his own horse, for the defend^t bought the 
2 



hone ia SmithfieM^ hut nofe tegsHy tollsd." (And m 
S.C.,ianoteto2.East^448}. It will be obsenredtbt 
this was an aoAion. lac deeeit,. and net for a breach of 
warranty. 

Ear^ Y^Oarrtt (9 B. & C. 932) was a case of laleof 
land, ** with aU &nits and defects.'^ 

Williamton v. AUimm (2 East, 448) was a caseof 
9JLfT9Uf- waiiaDty or qua li l ^ .- 

Deering v. Farrin^on (3 Keb. 904) was anafltioirf 
covenant for a sum of money, whieh the defendant y 
received, and not paid over, according to bis agreemat 

As suggested by Baron Parke, the old rule of law mij J 
have been ft g^»"<»i a wanantj of title on sales of good^ ^ 
because such sales took place in markets and bm j 
where a bonil 'fide purchaser without notice obtained! 
good title against every one except the Crom. Snea ■ 
a reason, however, is no longer applicable ; and, aowrd- j 
ing to the maxim, ** Cessante ratione legia eeaat et ] 
ipsa lex," the cases founded thereon at all emts loie 
much of their weight. *i 

It should also be observed that it does not appear to 
have been necessary, for the decision of this partical« 
case, that the Court should haire pronounced judgment 
on the general question, as the plmntiff, havingpa> 
chased the harp as an unredeemed pledge, was a&tw 
by notice of a qualified title in the vendor. 

A warranty of title in the vendor of goods w» na^ 
plied by the civil kw, and is implied by the law « 
France, and generally in America. If such a doctme 
be not a part of the law of England, it may be wor^y 
of consideration whether it ought not to be adopted. 
It is, doubtless, the policy of our law nottointerffl« 
more than is necessary with matters of ^on*'*^^^^ 
check the exercise of vigilance by the parties intertstel; 
but it is also part of its policy to protect the pW 
from firaudulent sales and wrongful assumptions of title. 



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and comprising JacJffs Notes and AdmoM w^ 
Bf JoHW Edward Briqht, Eeq,^ ef the iMtri^ 
pk. Barrister at Lata. In 2 rQfa.8sQ.,f ^'l^- ^ 

2. The B^htt and LUMUiee of Hwband ok^J^^ 

cotaprismg^l. The Contract of MarrioM. ^^ 

Eules of Property thence arising. 3. T^ f %• 

DOts, EquUies^and Necessaries. 4. TheHu*^ 

Powers and Kesponsibilities. 5. Marriagt f^^ 

ments. 6. Separate Use. 7. Deeds of Sepair^^ ^ 

Ousted of InfamU. 9. Diwree. 19. PradsM^^ 

knowledMent of Deeds by Married JVoma^ ^ 

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Barrister at Law, Author of " The Appelate Jtffit 

diction of the House ofLoris and Privy Ckmnoh ^ 

the Practice of Parliamentary Divoree." 8w., w 

458. PartlL i^f^] 

Mr. Bright says, that his work originated in a r^^ 

undertaking by Mr. Spence, Q. C. and hbnseJf to e<w 

Roper's Treatise, which was abandoned m con*^"^ 

of Mr. Spence's other engagements. Mr. Bright, »»^ 

working for some time alone, found that he ^?^ .1 

edit Roper satisfactorily, because much was obsoleWj 

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analyse apparently conflicting cases, and display the 
distinctions by which they may be reconciled, or to 
weigh the relative values of those which are really in 
conflict. In consequence of this neglect of criticism, 
Mr. Bright sometimes overlooks decisions really bearing 
on the question in hand, and sometimes fails to notice 
errors in reports which a more wakeful perusal of them 
might detect. Thus, in vol. 1, p. 122, ne follows Mr. 
Roper, in citing Sumner v. Partridge (2 Atk. 47} as an 
autnority for tne point which was long after unex- 
ceptionably decided in Barker v. Barker, (2 Sim. 249), 
without perceiving (though he states the limitations) 
that the not very able judge who decided the earlier 
case had entirely mistaken the efiect of the limitations, 
which raised not the point intended to be decided, but 
the very different point decided the other way in Buck- 
worth v. TkirkeU, Again, at p. 98, after stating that 
the husband may, at law, assign his wife*s term, and 
defeat her interest by sui-vivorship, he adds, that the 
same rule prevails in equity, and was first settled, by 
the House of Lords, in Sir E, Ihimer^s ease, (1 Vem. 7 ; 
1 Ch. Cas. 007). He also cites as an authority Tudor 
V. Samyne, which, in 2 Vem. 270, is stated as an erro- 
neous decision against the validity of future trusts for 
s^arate use, while, by an imperfect statement irom the 
' trar*s book, (4 My. & C. 389, n.), it appears not 



to have concerned separate estate at all, but which does 
not appear, from either report, to have decided the point 
in question ; for, if the note in 4 My. & C. 389, is 
correct, the wife had only a life interest in the term. 

iSee Elliott v. Cordelly 6 Mad. 155 ; Stanton v. Hall, 2 
luss. & M. 175 ; Stiffe v. Everett, 1 My. & C. 41). The 
doctrine commonly supposed to have been decided in 
Turner's case is plainly anomalous, and untenable in 

Erinciple; and this, with the obscurity of the reports, 
aving suggested to Mr. Maeoueen's mind that the case 
might possibly have been misreported, the result has 
been an examination of the Lords' Journals, and other 
sources of information, (see Macqueen on Husband and 
Wife, 82), which shew that there is no evidence that 
the point was ever discussed In that case. See, too. 
Sturges y. Champne^s^ (5 My. & C. 97), where Lord 
Cottenliam treated Turner's case taoi no authority, and 
expressly decided the contrary to Mr. Bright's propo- 
•itton. And this decision was followed in Hanson v. 
Keating, (4 Hare, 1 ) ; Freeman v. Fairlie, ( 1 1 Jur. 447) ; 
NewevJiam v. Pemberton^ (lb. 1071). Mr. Bright, how- 
ever, lays down the rule, from 7\imer's case, without 
ftny doubt or Question, ana does not refer to the modem 
eases, in whicn it was not followed. In a subsequent 
pijge, indeed, (231), he cites Sturges r. Champneys and 
Jffatuon V. Keating, but without any intimation of 
their bearing on the proposition in p. 98. 

Occasionally Mr. Bright copies Mr. Roper too closely, 
as at p. 294, vol. 1, where he adopts his author's propo- 
sition, that ** another bar of the widow's right to her 

< paraphernalia occurs when the husband takes upon 

< nimself to bequeath to his wife her paraphemalia for 
'life, and she does not claim them absoaUefy by her 

* elder title as paraphemalia. In this case, it is pre- 

* samed that her administrator after her death will not 

* be entitled to them ; and such seems to have been the 

* opinion of the Court in the case of Clarges v. Albe- 

* marie, (2 Vem. 247)." This proposition is incorrect, 
and is not warranted by the case in Vernon. If the 
husband assumes to dispose of his wife's paraphemalia 
by will, and gives her any beneflt by will, she cannot take 
the benefit, and dispute the disposition of the parapherna- 
lia ; but that is a consequence of the general rule as to 
election, and does not depend on any specialty in the posi- 
tion of a widow, or in the nature of her right to parapher- 
nalia, or on the gift of the paraphemalia being, in the 
first instance, to herself for life. If^ in the case put 
by Roper, the wife expressly claimed her parapherna- 
lia by her elder title, that would not avail her if she 



also accepted any beneflt under the will ; and if, "with- 
out receiving any benefit under the will, she neglected 
expressly to assert her elder title to the paraphernalia, 
that neglect would in no degree prejudice her. 

Again, at p. 79, Mr. Brigtit cites ItKledan t. ^ortk' 
cote, (3 Atk. 430), with fValter v. Saunders, (1 Eq. Ab. 
58), as an authority for the proposition, Uiat a term 
vested in trustees for tlie wife may be assigned, so as to 
carry the beneficial interest. But in Incl^on v. Nortk* 
cote, the portion was actually raised by means of the 
term, and so reduced into possession, and the wife after- 
wards confirmed the transaction by joining in a xe- 
covery of the land. 

At p. 118 we find an error which must be Mr. 
Bright s own. After stating the rule of the comnKOi 
law, tliat the seisin of one tenant in common is the seism 
of the other, for the purpose of entitling tiie husband of 
the latter to curtesy, he adds, ^* But now, since the 3 & 

* 4 Will. 4, c. 27> s. 12, the possession of one copsrc^ier 

* or tenant in common is not that of the other." The 
enactment in question has nothing to do with curtesy, 
but refers exclusively to possession for the purposes of 
the act, namely, for the purpose of determining' ih^ 
commencement of the period ot limitation. It retexs to 
the possession spoken of in the other clauses of the act, 
and IS plainly limited in its operation by the scope <tf 
the act. 

In the chapter on the constraction of limitatlcnis 
" to the next of kin," " personal representatives," ** exe- 
cutors or administrators," &c. of the husband and wzft, 
we find no reference to the cases of Hoare r. Beames^ 
(3 Bro. C.C.316), Maberfy v. Strwk, (3 Ves. 450), 
Maugham v. Vincent, (9 Law Jonra., Ch., 329), SaaA 
V. Smith, ( 1 2 Sim. 317)) &c., or to the point involved in 
them, as to the construction of a limitation to the per- 
sonal representatives of the wife, eu if she had died ms- 
marriea. 

Mr. Bright cites the recent case of Flask v. Lanffmsaie, 
(8 Beav. 420), as to dower out of a mortgage estate 
after the canity of redemption has been barred ; bu.t 
passes over Knight v. Framptc^, (4 Beav. 10), where A^ 
being seised in fee, in tmst for himself and B., in mcHe- 
ties, mortgaged the entirety without B.'s knowledge. 
B. afterwards paid oflF the mortgage, and took a convey- 
ance to himself, subject to such equity of redemption as 
might be subsisting. It was held, that B.^s widow was 
not dowable out of B.'s moiety. The decision seems to 
be unsound, but it should not have been passed without 
notice. 

We have not discovered these few errors without 
search; and, on the whole, we have been impressed with 
the general accuracy and completeness of Mr. Brishf a 
work, and its utility as a guide to the authomies, 
though it is to be re^tted that so little has been done 
to elucidate or criticise obscure, conflicting, and eno* 
neous decbions. 

We have now before us the concluding part of Mr. 
Macqueen's work, comprising the law of settlements 
and of agreements for separation. It fully justifies the 
favourable opinion which we expressed on the appear* 
ance of the nrst part* Mr. Macqueen goes leas into de- 
tail, and more into principle, than Mr. Bright; gi^esto 
leading cases their due prominence; and, by ^atiw^ in. 
language which is often singularly terse, the prioeqile 
of each case, while he suppresses the particnkn^ con» 
trives to say much in little compass. A vigilant sera- 
tiny of principle is, in fact, the chanu^ristie or his 
performance. *' Keeping," he says, ** within limits of a 

* strict adherence to my subject, the relation of hnaband 

* and wife is one peculiarly fertile in l^al difficulties^ 

* and certainly not barren of judicial conflict. Merely to 

* collect the cases would have been easy; but I hav^ not 

* always thought myself at liberty to give dectnona 

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Rudd 9. Headly (2 caiues) 
Constable v. Bull April 28 
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Att..Gen. v. Phillips (F D, C) 
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Smith V, Earl of FtffinghfUff 

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Dean of Ely v, Gayford 8 Q 
Same v, Waddelow 8 
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Lewis «. Baldwin (objection 

fbrwant of parties) 8 until 

hearing 
Chambers tr. Howell (PI) 8 
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Whitfield V. Day (D) 
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Groom v. Kennard (D) T. T. 
Lord Suffield v. Whalley (D) 

CAussa. 

Churchman tr. C|ip<m 1 fF D, 

ChuFohman tr. Capon j C, pt. 

heurd) 

Stourton fi, Jerningbsm 8 

to preeent petition 
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TUESDAY, Aprii. 17. 

BANKRUPTS. 

ALFRED HENRY MAUDE GOODEVE, Gariick-Un. 
Upper Thames-street, London, wine merchant, dealer 
chapman, (trading under the firm of Maude, Goodrre, 
Co.), and Conduit-street, HTd«>.park, Middlesex, 
merchant, (lately trading with Ebeneser Tearle, under the 
firm of Tearle & Co.), April 27 at half-past 12, and Jsne 1 
at half.past 11, Court of Bankroptcy, London: Off. Aam, 
Cannan ; Sol. Tripp, 2, Adelaide-plaoe, London-bridge.-* 
Fiat dated April 12. 

DANIEL SMITH and FREDERICK DANIEL SMITH* 
Bevor-lane, Hammersmith, Middlesex, wholesale dryasltena 
and oilmen, dealers and chapmen, April 24 at 11, and 
June 1 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : OfT* 
Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Young & Co., 2, St. Mildred'ar 
court. Poultry.— Fiat dated April 12. 

RICHARD CROSS, Union-street, lisson-grore, St. Msrf* 
le-bone, Middlesex, late of Little King-st., CamdeB.fc(nm| 
St. Pancras, horse slaughterer and horse dealer, dealer askd 
diapman, April 27 at 12, and June 1 at 11, Coart of 
Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Cannan s SoL Field, 
ley.— Fiat dated AprU 12. 

JOHN LOUSTAN, Cmtcbed-firiars, London, wine x 
chant, dealer and chapman,- April 24 at half-past 12, 
May 25 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: OfL 
Pennell ; Sol. Wilson, FumiYal's-mn, H<dbom.— Fiat dalad 
April 10. 

CHARLES MAYHEW, Ebury.strset, PimUco, Middle^:, 
hosier and laceman, dealer and chapman, April 25 at Wf- 
past 11, and May 26 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Loodoni 
Off. Ass. Green ; Sol. Robinson, Ironmonger-lane, TiOiMlon. 
— Flat dated April It. 

JOHN WIGGINS, Greenwleh, Kent, booksdler and ata- 
tioner, dealer and chapman, AprU 27 and May 26 at katfL 
past 11, Court of Bankmptay, London: Off. Ass. Flollflttt 
Sols. Briatow & Twrant, Boad-aourt, Walhcook. — FM 
dated April 9. 

MATTH^ TOON TIBBETT, lata of March, Csmhri4g», 
ahire, innkeeper, and of Farcett, Huntingdonshiie, larmjer, 
but now of Ely-place, London, out of business, April 26 
and MaT23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: OIL 
Ass. Bell ; Sol. Chidley, Guildhall-chambers, BasinghaU. 
street. — Fiat dated AprU 16. 

THOMAS WRIGHT, Longton, Stoke-unon>Trent, Staftird* 
shire, grocer, dealer and chapman, Apnl 26 and May S4 at 
12, District Court of Baakruptmr, Birmin^m : Off. Aaa« 
Valpy; Sols. Young, Longton, Staffordshire; Saaith, Bir* 
mh^ham.— Fiat dated Maroh 26. 

BENJAMIN WRIGHT, Coalbrookdala, Madday, ^ra^ 
shire, coach and omnibus proprietor, innkeeper, TiotodBar* 
dealer and chapman, Blay 1 and 29 at 10, Dikrict Coaii 
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Valpy ; S<ds. Gnfw 
don, Shrewsbury; Hodgson, Birmingham. -^ Fiat dated 
April 12. 

GEORGE ELLINS, Droitwich, Worcestershire, salt man»* 
facturer, (tradina under the firm of Ellins & Co.), May I 
and 29 at 10, DUtrict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmini^iam : 
Off. Ass. Christie ; Sals. Janes, Worcester ; SmiUi, Bir- 
mfaiaham.— Fiat dated Marah 26. 

HENRY GORE, Cheltenham, Gkraoaster^ira, i^nmbar uA 
glasier and beer-hoaae keeper, daakr and chapman. May 1 
and 25 at half-past 11, District Court of Bankrap«ay» 
Bristol: Off. Ass. MUler; Sols. Chesahyre, Cheltenham i 
Bromley & Co., Gray's-inn, London.— Fiat dated March 31. 

CHARLES BEASLEY, Bristol, mercer and draper, dealer 
and chapman, April 27 and May 25 at 11, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Acraman ; Sols. Sale t$ 
Co., Manchester; Leman & Humphrys, Bristol. — Ftat 
dated March 30. 

LEMUEL GULLIVER GROVES, Charlton MarshaH, Dor* 
setshire, horse dealer, cattle dealer, and sheep dealer, dealer 
and chapman, April 26 at 1, and May 30 at 11, Diatriet Cout 
of Bankraptey, Exeter i Off. Ass. Hemaman ; Sola. Raw* 
Has, Wimborae Minster; Fincham, Blandford; Stogdaa, 
Exeter; Edwarda Bt Psaka, Naw Plalaoa-yard, Wi 
^Fiat dated AprU 5. 



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9011, Glasgow, draper. — Robert Urie Sf Co., Paisley, manafac- 
tnrers* 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 

WJko have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankrt^tcy^ 
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from 
Proeees, 

Charles Town, Little College-itrect, Upper Thames-street, 
London, out of business. May 8 at 12, County Court of Kent, 
at Maidstone.— itodtfr/ Owens, All Saints, Southampton, May 
2 at 10, County Court of Hampshire, at Southampton. — Jas. 
Balmforth, Clayton, Bradford, Yorkshire, weaver, April 28 at 
11, County Court of Yorkshire, at Bradford.— IFm. Swann, 
Little Horton, Bradford, Yorkshire, out of business, April 28 
at 11, County Court of Yorkshire, at Bradford.— 5araA Wil^ 
iiams, Pensam, Abergeley, Denbighshire, May 5 at 11, 
County Court of Flintshire, at Saint Asaph.— Jo An Jones, 
Mold, Flintshira, watch maker. May 7 at 1, County Court of 
Plint^re, at Mold. — Isaac Coleman, New Romney, Kent, 
tailor, April 30 at 11, County Court of Kent, at New Romney. 
-Barnes Bayley, Orford, Warrington, Lancashire, solicitor. 
May 3 at 10, County Court of Lancashire, at Warrington. — 
Thos, Hollands, Liverpool, butcher, April 23 at 10, Liver- 
pool District County Court, at Liverpool. — Robert Baron, 
Hyde, Cheshire, braxier, April 25 at 10, County Court of 
Chester, at Hyde.— Duncan Buchanan, Weston, Cheshire, 
schoolmaster, April 26 at 11, County Court of Cheshire, at 
Nantwich. — Wm. Mendenhall the younger, Bath, laceman, 
April 21 at 12, County Court of Somersetshire, at Bath. — 
George B, Sherborne, Walcot, Bath, organ builder, April 28 
at 12, County Court of Somersetshire, at Bath. ~ /at. Curtis, 
Yeovil, Somersetshire, collar and harness maker. May 4 at 10, 
County Court of Somersetshire, at Yeovil. — William Hobbs, 
Sibton, Lyminge, Kent, land agent, April 28 at 10, County 
Court of Kent, at Hythe. — George Ings, Salisbury, Wiltshire, 
licensed victualler, April 28 at 2, County Court of Wiltshire, 
At Salisbury. 

Thefhllowing Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed in 
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection 
from Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinqfter 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, JAn- 
coin's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 
according to the Statute: — 

jlfoy lot 11, brfbre Mr. Commissioner Harris. 
Wm. Bonnett, -Globe-road, Mile-end, Middlesex, dairyman. 
^^Chas. F* Krqft, York-place, Kennington-road, Lambeth, 
Sumy, fishmonger. — Jos. Barber, Orange-st., Red Lion-sq*, 
Holbom, Middlesex, chemist. 

Mag 2 af 10, btfore Mr, Commissioner Law. 

Martha Sharp, New Cavendish-st., Marylebone, Middle- 
sex, lodging-house keeper. — Wm. P. Siltock, Crawley-street, 
Oakley-sq., St. Pancras, Middlesex, out of business. — Guy 
Hannington, Denmark-st., Coal Harbour-lane, Camberwell, 
Surrey, engineer. 

Mag 3 at 10, brfore Mr. Commissioner Law. 

John Hamilton, Exeter-street, Strand, beer-shop keeper. 
Mag 4 at 10, btfore the Chief Couicissiokbr. 

Julius P. C. H. Kleinhaus, Downham -street, Kingshind- 
road, Middlesex, transparent blind manufacturer. — Wiuiam P. 
Mulchings, Craven* cottage. Upper Tulse-hill, Surrey, sur- 
veyor. — George Dag, Lawson-street, Dover-road, Surrey, car- 
penter. — John L. Palmer, Upper Rathbone-pUce, Oxford-st., 
Middlesex, tailor. — Marg Ann Wright, Oxford-terrace, Old 
Kent-road, Surrey, boarding-house keeper. 

Saturdaif, April 14. 
The following Assignees have been appointed. Further par- 
Oculars may be learned at the Office, in Poriugal'St., Lin- 
eoln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number qfthe Case. 

John Wear, Seaham-harbour, Durham, marine store dealer, 
No. 70,728 C. ; John Maude Ogden, assignee. — Utriek W. 
Dickenson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, share broker, No. 70,784 
C. ; Villiere Charles Villiers Surtees, assignee. — E. Woolmer, 
Hadleigh, Suflfolk, cabinet maker. No. 70,677 C. ; Thomas 
Uutton, Charles William Cookworthy Hutton, and Charles 
Wellbome Sice, assignees.— /ofNet Charles Kempster, Dun- 
nington Lodw, dear Ydrkj attorney's clerk, No. 70,346 C. ; 
Eidbard Moulton, assignee. 



SMurday, April 14. 
Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional . 
the Estates and Effects qf the following Persona:-^ 
(On their own Petitions). 

James Henry Paul, Dudley-street, Seven-dials, Middleaez, 
printer: in the Queen's Prison. — Victor Coedes da €)bppaf 
kathbone-place, Oxford- street, Middlesex, commianon agent: 
in the Debtora Prison for London and Middlesex. — PMl^ 
Maynard, Adam's-row, Hampstead-road, Middlesex, fknviiiaa 
to a butcher : in the Debtors Prison for London and MIABe- 
sex. — Frederick Maynard, Adam's-row, Hampstead-road, 
Middlesex, butcher : in the Debton Prison for Xjondon Mid 
Middlesex.— ^riieW A. W. Band, Castie-straet, Ijomf^^.aen^ 
Middlesex, gilder : in the Debton Prison for London and 
Middlesex.— /otepA Trigwell, Union-jdace, City-road, BGd* 
dlesex, beer-shop keeper : in the Debtors Prison for liondoa 
and Middlesex.— Samite/ Richards, Weedon-cottages, Aetoa- 
town, Acton, Middlesex, sawyer : in the Debtors Prisan Har 
London and Middlesex.— .FWi/. W. Kendall, Pliipps..str8et, 
Chapel-st., Curtain-road, Shoreditch, Middlraex, fbreBBaa to 
a cowkeeper : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid- 
dlesex. — William Wrenn, Duke-street, Lincoln's-nm-fielda, 
Middlesex, coffee-house keeper: in Uie D^tora Prison for 
London and Middlesex.— /at. Sabberlon, Broad-st., Goldeo- 
square, Middlesex, tailor : in the Debtors Prison for fimu^vn 
and Middlesex.— JoAa J. Jackson, Schofield-plaoe, Palliam- 
road. New Brompton, Middlesex, dyer : in the Debtors Prison 
for London and Middlesex — Mark Collins, Lamber.eoiiit, 
Seren-dials, Middlesex, hatter: in the Debtors Prison far 
London and Middlesex. — A^d Cocks, Broadway, WeiU 
minster, Middlesex, oil and colour man : in the D^ytors Prisoo 
for London and Middlesex. — John Collier, Addison-niad, 
Notting-hill, Middlesex, gardener : in the Debtors Prison €or 
London KadMiddieotx.—ChrissophLudwig Friedrieh Hcrmsam 
Knuth, Red Lion-street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, dealer la 
fancy leather goods x in the Debtors Prison for London aad 
Middlesex.— /osMff W. Smith, Crown-street, Soho, Middle- 
sex, printer : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. 
— Matthew Rowcliffe the elder, Sutton-st., Soho, Middkaes« 
bricklayer : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middkaexw-* 
R. Oakden, Norman's-bnildings, Brick-lane, St. Loke's, Mid- 
dlesex, baker: in the Debtors Prison for London and MiddJeaez. 
--Henry Puddick, Berkeley-st., Red Lion-street, Qericen- 
well, Middlesex, blacksmith : in tba Debtors Prison for London 
and Middlesex.— IFm. Goudge, Castle-street Eart, Oxford- 
street, Middlesex, coach smith : in the Debtors Prison Cor 
London and Middlesex.— Cls«. Jas. Watts, Prospect-i 
Upper Clapton, Middlesex, out of employ : in tho Dd. 

Prison for London and Middlesex. — Henry HerrioU 

younger, Westbourne-plaoe, Bishop's-road, Paddix^^ton, Mid- 
dlesex, shoemaker : in the Debtors Prison for London aad 
Middlesex. — Wm. Laing, Hercules-buildings, Westminster- 
road, Surrey, wine merchant : in the Debtors Prison lor Lon- 
don and Middlesex. — EUas Treby, Wenlock-terraoe, Wcn- 
lock-road, City-road, Middlesex, plasterer: in the IMvtoa 
Prison for London and Middlesex. — J. W. Barton^ Para^ae- 
row, Clapham-road, Surrey, butcher: in the Gaol of Hooae- 
monger-lane. — C Coltson, GrosTenor-place, Kenningtoa, Sur- 
rey, flax merchant : in the Queen's Prison.— IF. W. MedUe9it^ 
Heneage-street, Brick-lane, Spitalfields, Middlesex, superin- 
tendent of police : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid- 
dlesex.— iUcAord Wm. Wall, Lloyd's-conrt, Crown-s 
Soho, Middlesex, dairyman : in the Debtors Prison for 
don and Middlesex. 

fOn Creditors' Petition). 

Robt. G. O. James, Groeyenor-plaoe, Well-street, i 
well, Surrey, proprietor of a patent for comp 
in the Gaol of Horsemonger-lane* 

rOn their own PeHHone). 

Wm. Wilkinson, Manchester, brace and web maker : in tl^^ 
Gaol of Lancaster; — Edward Brimelow, Hufane, MaadMster, 
bobbin turner : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Jas. Berry, Bwry^ 
Lancashire, woollen manufacturer , in the Gaol of Lsacaster. 
— John C, Carter, Liyerpool, diief oflScer of the steana-aldp 
Vectis : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— /oAa Dawson, Wremins« 
ham, Norfolk, shoemaker: in the Gaol of Norwich. — JoJI« 
Glover, Liverpool, licensed victualler: in the Gaol of Lna- 
caster. — Robert Glass, Msndtester, provision dealer : in tbe 
Gaol of Lancaster.— T^IOfNOt Hjr<fe, Uttoseter, Stallbrdalnie, 
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JOHN STAINTON, Lincoln, bookseller, stationer, printer, 
patent medicine vender, dealer and chapman, May 2 and 23 
at half-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Kingston. 
vpon-Hull: Off. Ass. Carrick; Sols. Shackles & Son, 
Hull ; Rogerson, Lincoln' s-inn-fields, London. — Fiat dated 
April 12. 

GEORGE LISTER the younger, Kingston-upon-HuU, 
wholesale ale and porter merchant, dealer and chapman, 
May 2 and 23 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, King- 
ston-upon-Hull : Off. Ass. Carrick ; SoU. Buuney <x Wil- 
fon, Kingston.upon-Hull ; Turner, Gray's-inn-sq., London. 
—Fiat dated April 4. 

HENRY LISTER, Far Newland, St. Martin, Lincolnshire, 
miller, flour dealer, and coal merchant, dealer and chap- 
man. May 9 and June 6 at 10, District Court of Bankrupt- 
cy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Carrick; Sols. Tweed, Lincoln; 
Jones & Sons, MiUman-place, London. — Fiat dated 
AprU 10. 

JOHN H OLDEN, Liverpool, money scrivener, dealer and 
chapman, May 7 and 28 at 11, District Court of Bankrupt- 
cy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Casenove ; Sols. littledale & 
Bardswell, Liverpool ; Gregory & Co., Bedford-row, Lon- 
don.— Fiat dated April 16. 

JAMES PAVANT, Manchester, and lisbon, Portugal, mer- 
chant, dealer and chapman, (trading at Manchester and Lis- 
bon with William Payant, of the same places), April 30 at 1, 
and May 23 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manches- 
ter : Off. Ass. Fraser ; Sols. Sale & Co., Manchester ; Reed 
& Co., Friday-street, Cheapaide, London.— Fiat dated 
AprU 9. 

MBBTlIIGt. 

JMir# Bmyhekf Cambridge, cfaemat, May 22 at 2, Court 
oi Bankruptcy, London, last tx.'-Jamei Cmtuti, Stanisby- 
road, East India-road, Poplar, Middlesex, timber Berehant, 
May 15 at 11, Conrt of Bankraptcy, London, and. ac— B. 
Bamotte, North Walakam, Norfolk, innkeeper, May 14 at 
half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. mc-^Dtmiel 
Brition, Brussels, Netberlands, packer, May 17 at 11, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac — J^km Cr^fi, Markham-at., 
Chelsea, Middlesex, general dealer, May 17 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — /m. LawrU, Newiagton- 
fltnteway, Surrey, miUiner, May 17 at 12, Court of Bankrupt- 

a, London, aud. ac.— T4et. iVMiror<A|r He^mrd, Torquay, 
nronshire, grocer, May 14 at 11, Diihrict Court of Biaiik- 
mptcy, Exeter, and. ac. — Tho9, Omj/ Poeock, Qawbrtdge 
BiUls, Kingsbary Bpiicopi, Somenetahtre, miller. May 22 at 

11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aad. ac. ; May 23 
at 11, div.^frm. Seoii, Exeter, iroanonger. May 14 at 11, 
District Conrt of Bankruptcy, Bxeter, aud ac. ; May 18 at 1, 
div. — Jokm DmeU J^ry^ Stdmoutk, Dev onihire, apothecary, 
May 22 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, and. ac. ; 
Hay 23 at 11, div. — Robert Bttrm, Exeter, general draper. 
May 14 at II, Diatrlct Court of Bcnkmptcy, Exeter, and. 
ac. ; May 18 at 1, div.^/oAn BoUi, Maiden Newton, Dor- 
aetiAiire, linen draper. May 14 at 11 , District Conrt of Bank- 
ruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. ; May 18 at 1, div.— Aod. AMf^oriht 
Birmingham, hardwareman, May 12 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac. \ Maj 19 at 12, div.—/. 
MorrUf Stone, Staffordshire, boot asan^i&cturer. May 12 at 

12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac — 
John Orem and Owrge BUy, Binnini^iam, and Thavies-inn, 
Holbom, London, wboleaala silversmiths. May 12 at 12, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac sen. eat. of 
/. GWfffi. — Jokm Robert Lomg^ Bath, linen draper. May 15 at 
II, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, and. ac ; May 17 
at 11, Av9, —Robert Kiimmeter Serivem, Brockthrop, Glouces- 
tershire, baker, May 15 at 11, District Conrt of Bankruptcy, 
Bristol, aud. ac. — Tkoe, HofyUmd, Manchester, wooUen cloth 
manulaicturer. May 17 at 11, Dtatrict Court of Bankruptcy, 
Manchester, and. ac. ; May 18 at 11, fin. div.— Jot. Taplor 
Woolnert Bury, Lancashire, currier. May 17 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ac ; May 18 at II, 
first and fin. div.— Joibi BiMekbwm, Hulme, Lancaahire, 
builder. May 17 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man- 
efaester, aud. ac — O. North, Manchester, and Rushohne, Lan- 
oashire, oalioo printer, May 14 at 12, District Court of Bank, 
ruptcy, Manchester, and. ac— V. W, Brooke and /. Wiieon, 
Liverpool, merchants, May 14 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac — TMoe, Bmmee Verngkom, Poulton- 
eum-Spittal, Cheshire, fimner. May 14 at 11, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. 9o»'^A\frtd JokntOBf Liver- 



pool, licensed victualler. May 17 at II, District Court of Bsmk. 
ruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. — Robert Dmnean WiUmoU Liver- 
pool, merchant. May 17 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Liverpool, aud. ac. — George Ckapmem, Old Swan, near 
Liverpool, licensed victualler. May 11 at 11, Ditafcriot Govt 
! of Buikmptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac ; May 17 at 11, diT, — 
i Henry Clapham^ Liverpool, woollen draper. May 11 at 11, 
' District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac — IVT. Z>stf 
I Liverpool, draper. May 11 at 11, Diatrict Conrt of Bank- 
' ruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. ; May 17 at II, div. — B/^tri D, 
Evane, Wrexham, Denbighshire, draper. May II sit 11, Die- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac ; May 17 at II, 
edx.—Thoe. Hill, Tremadoc, and Henry Stock, Poftsmadoe, 
Carnarvonshire, manu&cturers of slate goods. May 1 7 a t 11« 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. — JVtUiom 
Coehram, Lima, Peru, Smith America, and Jokm P. JJmk i ri - 
ton, London, merehants. May 18 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac. t May 24 at 11, dtr. — JUa 
fV, Ambroee, Bangor, Carnarvonshire, stationer. May 17 at 

11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac — S, 0» 
P^ryman, Rye, Sussex, wine merchant. May 17 at 2, Coort of 
Bankruptcy, London, div. — Tkoe. Wood, little Qiifi »t,, 
Holbom, Middlesex, wine merchant. May 17 at half p ea t 2, 
Court of Bankruptcy, Loadoa, div.— r. Blkme, SoatWamp- 
ton-place, Euston-square, and High-st., Marylabone, Midiila 
sex, coachsmith. May 17 at 12, Court of Baakruptey, London, 
div. — Joe. Bourne t Bemmersley, Norton-in-the-Moora. Staf- 
fordshire, printer. May 23 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Birminghun, aud. ac. and div. — C. O. MIddieton, Bfaocbeater, 
soap manufacturer. May II at 12, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Manchester, fin. div. — Cephae Sawige, CbcattsftilJ, 
Derbyshire, baikler, May II at II, Diatrict Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Manchester, fin. diY.—Hemry J. Barker, CalooHaco- 
mill, Flixton> Lancashire, logwood grinder. May II at 12, 
Diatrict Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, fin. cut. — C aa ry t 
Lowe, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, woollen draper. May 18 at 

12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, first and fin. 
div.— /smer WaddeU, Liverpool, wine merchant. May 15 at 
11, Diatrict Court of Bankraptey, Liverpool, div. — ^m^pM 
Mindmoreh, Liverpool, wooUen draper. May 15 at 11, DfisCriet 
Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.— EJmnmiI Ii laaiaBBs'fi. 
Burnley, Lancashire, mercer. May II at 12, District Comrt oi 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ac 

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7b be mttowed, wUeee Cmme be ekewm to tke ( 
b^ore tket Dmy pf Mioeimg. 

Joeepk R, Wehotle, Three T^ms Tavern, Oxlbtti^^t., Mid. 
diesex, tavern keeper. May 15 at II, Court of Bankraptcy, 
London.— /aAfi T^, Warwick-road, Paddington, MiidVacT, 
carpenter. May 14 at balf.paat 12, Court of F 
London.— (7«orye M. fforion, Hatton-gardeo, 

jeweller. May 15 at half-past 11, Court of Bankraptey, 

don. — John Roberteon, Grove-place, North Brixton, Bomy, 
baker. May 17 at I, Court of Bankruptcy, Iimdnii Tamfa 
Rmdge, Great Barford, Bedfordshire, apothecary. May 17 «t2. 
Court of Baakruptcy, London. — Bet^, Banotte, North WkU 
sham, Norfolk, innkeeper. May 14 at half-past 1, Conrt oC 
Bankruptcv, Ijondan.—Bdward W, Hmnt, Newgi^markct, 
London, victualler. May 17 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Ixm. 
don.— ZacMsn 3PLauekUm, Liverpool, merdiant. May 15 nt 
11, District Coort of Bankruptcy, Liverpool. — Bemrg BUi 
Spwrway, Tiverton, Devonshire, brewer, May 23 at 11, Dia- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter. — Francie fkmitkwmte, 8t* 
Nicholas, Hereford, apothecary, May 22 at 10, Diatrict Conrt 
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. — Benj, Lowe, Hill Top, Went* 
bromwich, Staffordshire, miner. May 15 at II, Distiict Co«rt 
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. — A^fired BeiMope, WotaertnosKp* 
ton, Staflbrdshire, upholsterer. May 12 at 12, District Coort 
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.— /oAa Baker, WoUsaton, Old 
Swinford, Worcestershire, victualler. May 19 at 12, Distract 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. 
To be allowed by the Viee- Chancellor qfthe High Oemri ^ 

Chancery, acting in Bankrt^tey, mnleee Camee be Bhtm rn dm 

the eo n trmry on or before May 11. 

W, 8. Peareon, Bnralem, Staffordshire, druggist. — Aelaa 
Watte, widow, St. Luke, Chelsea, Middlesex, oat of b ' 
— T%oe. C Dixon, Gravesend, Kent, oilman. — Oec. 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder.^Oes. Streeter, ] 
grove, Middlesex, draper.— JBAscrd HowUt, Lincoln, i 
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legislation against bribery has hitberto proved abortive. 
If a borrower, at high interest, disliked borro^dng even 
at high interest, or if a briber at an election disliked 
receiving the bribe, as much as a man dblikes being 
robbed or beaten, there would be no difficulty in en- 
forcing laws against usury and bribery, or rather such 
laws would become quite unnecessary. So, if the act 
of lending me money at a high interest, or giving me a 
bribe did, in £act, affect the public with a sensible appre- 
hension of an actual mischief, again there would be no 
difficulty in enforcing the law. 

But such is not the state of things in reference to 
usury and biibery. In the one case, the borrower is as 
anxious to borrow, notwithstanding the high interest, 
as the lender to lend at high interest ; in the other, the 
bribee is quite as willing to be bribed, as the candidate, 
by himself or by his agents, is to bribe*. The public, 
in either case, has a vague notion that it is injured, 
though how it scarcely knows, and, therefore, does not 
much care. Hence, while the parties to the offroce, 
iustead of being composed of an actor and a patient, 
(the latter being anxious to revenge or obtain compen- 
sation for his wrong), are composed of a donor and 
donee, (the one being as glad to receive as the other to 
giYe--both, therefore, combining with their utmost 
cunning to avoid any regulations that may be made to 
prevent the transaction), is it wonderfid — is it not, 
on the contrary, inevitable — that, under such circum- 

transactions? The truth seems to be this — that the 
Legislature may usefully legislate to prevent acts which 
work a positive wrong to an individual, stirring up his 
personal desire of reicu<ess, or acts which visibly and 
positively affect the well-being of society ; but it can- 
not, by any laws, prevent acts depending on a compact 
between individuals, mutually convenient to the con- 
ti a ctiny parties, where the mischief resulting from such 
tvansactions to the public — if, indeed, there be any 
sischief — is but remote and indiiect. 

It is now well understood, that the onlv effect of the 
usury laws was to raise the interest of money ; the 
lender having to insure himself not only against the 
risk arising from the defect in the security itself, but 
against the risk of the borrower relying -upon the law 
to set aside the whole trannction* So we ai^rehend 
the fact to be, and we have no doubt it ivm, before 
Umgf be admitted, that the onlv effect of the Laws against 
bribery b to raise the ^ce of votes; the voter having, 
as it were, to insure himself against penalties, as well 
as to obtain the natural market price of his vx>te. We 
are of course assuming that there is such ft thing as a 
venal constituent body, an assumption which is abun- 
dantly warzanled by the fact of ihm being so much 
bribery, in spite of tne legislation, as to keep the L^is- 
lature, session after session, on the qui vive to prevent 
it. Now, this being so, there are two modes — and, as 
we apprehend, two modes only— of dealing with the 
misohief. The one is to elkninate from every consti- 
tuaney, if it be po8Bible» the venal portion ; and, if that 
be not pofBible---and it would seem that it ia not — then 
to let it altogether alone, so that the price of votes 
might acquire no fictitious value from the danger ac- 
oompanving bribexy: the evil to the state would then 
be muoh Imb than it is now, by the artificial value 
mhUh is oenfinred on roles by leipslalaon impotciit for 
any^ other purpose. 

* This is weU shewn by the prerslence of the rabterfoges to 
SSBiniiigly detailed by &r Robert Peel in the debate te- 

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AMENDMENT OF THE LAW OF MARRUGE. 

A question of considerable importance is raised bj a 
bill now before Pariiament ** to amend and alter tb 
Act of the fifth and sixth Years of King William tk 
Fourth, 80 far as relates to Marriages within certain of 
the prohibited Degrees of Affinity,** introduced in con- 
sequence of the decision in..^. v. Chadwkk, (12 Jbx. 
174; 17 Law Joum., N. S., (i. B., 81), where it wm 
held, that marriages between a wi&w» and the nitar 
of his deceased wife were, since the psanng of the 
above statute, absolutely void. By the lit section it 
is provided, <nhat so much of the said recited acta 
renders any marriage between a man and the sister of 
his deceased wife, or between a man and the daaikftc 
of the brother or sbter of his deceased wife, null and 
void,'* shall be repealed ; and the 2nd section proridei, 
that such naan-iages, unless in excepted eases^ M, 
not be voidable. Now, as these marriages an fot^ 
bidden by the old canon law and by ^canoaa of tb 
Church of England, 1603, it is asked, would ihoae n»- 
riages, after the passing of this bill, be allowable in the 
Church of England? The present lill noovoi « 
statutory prohibitions, and provides that the maniagej 
if contracted, diall be neither voidable nor ▼<^;Jj^* 
does not remove tbeoansMseo/ prohibitions and inqMfi* 
ments; and, indeed, scarcely could do so, wit hont fr 
suming the power of a national synod, or of a psaw 
council of the Church. The old oanon law hokbttiie 
marriages to be generally unlawful ; and those caaw^ 
except where contrarient to the common or statute 
law, or prerogative royal, are in force m this conntiy. 
<jwj-*aX« .. €f^^, str. inw). The««hcaDOB« 
the Church of Englsitd pranonnoeD «1mmi sianiages to 
be unla^fi-ful and incestuous; and these canoDsanaa* 
doubtedhr binding on tlie clergy. (12 Co. 78; ^ Con. 
Dig. 484). The canimical impediments wooH^ then' 
fore, still remain in operation ; and the Chorch oTEn^- 
land would occupy pretty nearir the same poationm 
relation to these marriages as sbedli befoie^i«^ 
of Henry VIII, and as the BoonanCathoHeClnii^tt 
England and Ireland does »t this day. Her onoB^ 
proprio vigors, would bind all her memben; of coo^ 
they could not exercise any coercive power OTerthoie 
who were not in her communion. Hie practioe of te 
Roman Catholic Church in this matter is thus Mi 
by a high dignitary of that Church, (vide Rwt B«fii» 
ofCommissionsrs,p«104)3 — ^^ftechamsDisge^ofeoM 
is considered unlawful ; and a suarisgecaatiaeiaiiy 
the parties within these degrees would be null* ^ 
posing that two persons widied to contract 80chaoll^ 
riage — ^that a person, for instance, w^^ tomanyW 
sister-in^aw, no priest oould many him «nkaik>^ 
obtained a dispensalaon. AdiMpeaatAkak'mM^^ 
granted u^n genersl grounds, b«t only upon ai«^ 
cular consideration of the case. If the zosnia^vj 
been already contracted, it would also be coDtwoeB 
null, and a dispensation would also be necessaiy.—^^ 
you say 'unlawful,* you mean wdnwftal bytht 1^ 
of the Church? Yes.— And wlisn ymrihia&pf«p«<* 
dispense with such unlftwfulness, yon thudc pnf*^ 
disuse with -a regulation of the Ch urfly"^ not fi» 
a prohibition of Scripture ? Certainly.--Then the Coii" 
missioners are to understand, that, in your Cbtf^ 
the ^eral prohibition of these marriages is>^^ f 
discipline, and permission to*ooBtnet sodi ■»'^f''T 
granted or not, acooiding to what you may Uatk wm 
advantageous and proper? Certainly.'' Byttf*r 
25 Hen. 8, c. 21, the power of mnting dispebatte* 
any case, not contrary to the kc^Sarij^urtt aad A$i^ 
of G^od^where the Pope used formeriy tognaittlie^* 
«ven to the Ardibishop of Canterbury: ^'**M| 
iMaekstone remarics, is the IbndatiMi of iiii^ga^ 
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aud. ac. ; May 29 at 10, (in. dir.— 2^ot. Ryland and FFiZ/iani 
X. Ryland, Birmingbam, Britannia metal workers, May 15 at 
10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. ; 
May 22 at 10, fin. diT.— CAorfet H. HntkiMon, Birmingham, 
UcOTScd tictuaUer. May 22 at 10, District Court of Bank- 
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M*Nougkiane Paterwn, John Walktr, Jamet BoydeU, and 
Charlet Blaynep T. Roper, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, uron 
founders, May 22 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir- 
mingham, aud. ac. ; at 11, pr. d. ; May 29 at 10, diT. 

Cbrtificatxs. 
To be iiUowed, unl€$$ Onut be ehewn to the contrary on or 
^ before the Day o/MeeHng. ,^ ,, „ 

Thomae White, ComhiU, London, chemist. May 16 at bair- 
past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— /oAii De Levante, 
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Bankruptcy, London.— Pe/«- Thompeon the elder, Osnaburg- 
place. New-road, St. Pancras, and Commcrdal-road, Lime. 
Louse, Middlesex, carpenter. May 16 at 12, Court of Bank- 
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Buckinghamshire, draper. May 17 at 12, Court of Bankrupt- 
cy. London.-V. Hawken, Duke-street, Lmooln's-inn-fields, 
Middlesex, bmldcr, May 15 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
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17 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.— IFm. 
Milee, Worcester, stockbroker. May 24 at 12, D^Jrict Court 
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. — Henry Newton, Northfleld, 
Worcerterauw, butcher. May 19 at 12, District Court of 
Bai^mptcy, Birmingham, 
lb be allowed by the Vice^ Chancellor qfthe High Court rf 

Chmeery, acting in Bankrmptcy, wOeee Canee be ehewn to 
the contrary on or b^ore May 15. 
. .BQlf. BedeUe, Leicester, general dealer.— C«o. -4. Cwwj, 

Middlesex, builder.— /oA« M. Hannay, Birkenhead, Cheshire, 
stockbroker.— /{. W. SmiUe, Blackburn, Lancashire, book- 
wOXcT.^John Carter, Liverpool, merchant.— /oAn Podmore, 
Tunstall, Wolstanton, Staffordshire, grocer. — 2)«Me/ Boit, 
Bristol, sharebroker.— 7Aoma« Barker, Bream's-bnildings, 
Cbanoery-lane, Middlesex, manufacturing perfumer. 
Fiat Ankullbd. 

Joseph Pilgrim, Bethn4-green, and Baok-laae-road, Shad- 
well, Middlesex, publican. 

Partnership Dibsolysd. 

Jatnee Btmrdillon, Jameo Bourdillon the younger, and Stqf- 
fwd Bourdillon, Great Winchester-street, London, attomies 
and solicitors. 

Scotch SsavBSTRATioKS. 

Joe. T. Crautf^d 4' Co., Glasgow, machine manufacturers. 
---Joeiph Gronee, InTemess, auctioneer.— /oAn Walker, Coat- 
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INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who havefiUd their PetUione in the Court qf Bankruptcy, 

etnd have obtained an Interim Order for Protection /^rom 
. Proceee, 

Thomae Caldwell, Norwich, commission agent, May 11 at 
10, County Court of Norfolk, at Norwich.— JVot. /. Lovett, 
Norwich, hair dresser. May 11 at 10, County Court of Nor- 
folk, at Norwich.— ITm. White, Cardiff, Glamorganshire, 
butcher. May 9 at 10, County Court of Glamoiganshire, at 
Cardiff.— FV'siicM Bate, widow, Harborough Magna, near 
Rugby, Warwickshire, out of business. May 25 at 10, County 
Court of Warwickshire, at Rugby.— IF. H. Boynee, Stain- 
drop, Durham, land surreyor. May 17 at 10, County Court of 
Durham, at Barnard Castle. — Thomae Batchelor, Woolsoot, 
near Dunchurch, Warwickshire, coal dealer. May 25 at 10, 
County Court of Warwickshire, at Rugby.— C. H. Nicholie, 
Chester, out of business. May 7 at 10, County Court of Flint- 
shire, at Mold.— T^bof . Colley, Shelton, Staffordshire, joiner, 
April 26 at 10, County Court of Staffordshhre, at Hanl^.— 
Chae. Ooodall, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, out of 
business, April 25 at 10, County Court of Staffordshire, at 
Newcastle-under-Lyme.— rAoMOt White, Homcastle, Lin- 
colnshire, tailor. May 10 at 10, County Court of Lincolnshire, 
at Homcastle.— IZteAorif Bennett, Yeolmbridge, Werrington, 
DeTOOshire, blacksmith, May 30 at 11, County Court of Corn- 
wall, at Launceston.<— DvHif Pepper, Literpooli grooer, April 
4 



30 at 10, Liverpool District County Court, at liferwooL-F. 

Hyde, Bootle, near Liverpool, engineer, April 30 at 10, Vcm. 

pool District County Court, at LiTerpool.— Jwep* HsrM», 

Liverpool, bookkeeper, April 30 at 10, Liferpool Diitnet 

County Court, at Liverpool.-/. W. MiUe, North Shiddi, 

Northumberland, joiner. May 14 at 10, County Coort ti 

Northumberland, at North Shields.— lKc*snf BMtUr, Tdb. 

stall, Wolstanton, Stoffordshire, miller, April 26 at 10,CoaDtj 

Court of Staffordshire, at Hanley. 

The following Pereone, who, on their Petiliont filed it tk 

Court, have obtained Interim Ordere for Proleelimfrm 

Proceee, are required to appear in Court ae kertkupB 

mentioned, at the Court-houee, in Portugalfmf,lM. 

eoln*e Inn, ae followe, to be oeramined and ieeU mtk 

according to the Statute : — 

May Sat II, brfore Mr. Commieeioner HAiaii. 
Jamee Cock, Coburg- terrace, Horseferry-rosd, St J(*ni, 
Westminster, Middlesex, grocer.- Brfw. Hendriek, Wimbor. 
terrace, Vauxhall-road, PimUco, Middlesex, watdi nibr.- 
F^ed. Blakeeley, Quadrant, Rcgent-st., Middksei, portmo. 
teau maker.— Ao^/. Sutton, Bromley, Kent, bntchar. 
May 9 at 10, brfore Mr. C t m mit tione r Uw. 
Wm. Maekell, Margaret-st., Haggerstoo, Bukacj-m, 
Middlesex, butcher. 

Saturday, April 21. 
The following AeHgneee hovebeen appointed. ^Mktrpt- 
iiculare may be learned at the Ofice, m PorlugeM., l^ 
eoln^e^inn^fletde, on giving the Number qfthe Cem. 
John S. Pardy, London-st., Fitsroy-sq., Middl«i,*« 
keeper. No. 60.457 T.; Geo. H. Taylor, •^KP^-^ 
Williams, Markct-row, Oxford-market, Middksex, iwe- 
maker. No. 60.505 T.; Wm. A. Cogar, wnP?--^ 
Bradehaw, Strangeways, Manchester. Ucensed victeilkr^ 
70,585 C; George Lambert, assignee.— ilnfAosjf wf^fj 
Seaham Harbour. Durham, miller. No. 70.591 Cm* wJJ 
AHierton and John Clark. •^i^neee.-^Oeorge Wm, Beem, 
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, boot malcefr X<v. 70.7fl1 C; J» 
Swanston Cobb, assignec-Vrnte* Kelly, Liverpool, mita, 
No. 70.756 C; Michael Aylward, ass^nee.— YTi'^Mii Aqf. 
Bloomsbury-market, Middlesex, coal mttdisnt, No. 60,5491^ 
Chas. £. Lewis, assignee. 

Saturday, Afrit 12. ^^^ 

Ordere have been wtade, vesting in the Preie isis oAA»pt^ 
the Metatee andSfecte qf the following Perwm;^ 
COn their own Petition^). 
Jamee Armstrong, Boarded-entry, New Gravd-lsne, SW* 
well, Middlesex, stonemason: in the Debton PmM i^ 
London and Middlesex.— Gter/s» Alderton, Coppieeraffr 
ClerkenweU, Middlesex, turner: in the Queen's Prinn-r^ 
Boggia, Exmouth-st., Spa-fields, Middlesex, bird-esgen^: 
in the Debtors Prison for London ^«^ ^^^^^'^'ZHt 
Serle, St. Mary-axe. London, brickUyer: in Ao IW)W 
FriMm for London and Middlesex.— Gso. Blackstoee,yfl^ 
Churdi-st., Chelsea, Middlesex, waiter at an l^iteijU^ 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— /«• ^f*?* 
Hart-street, Covent-garden, Middlesex, cab vMtfft^^ 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— 2S«P<t^ 
Thompson, Hawley-crescent, Hampstead-road, St f^'^ 
Middlesex, railway policeman: in the Debtors ^f^}!^ 
London and Middlesex.— ^Voncts^/fsii, Cheyns-nw>P^ 
Middlesex, pUnoforte maker: in the Debtors nij»^ 
London and Middlesex.— i«plt Ftatow, Charles.itjeM*V- 
market, Middlesex, diiropodisti in the Debtors FnwfJ* 
London and Middlesex.— CWrm Martin, Woborn-btgjjjg 
Tavistock-sq., Middlesex, commission agent: in the 1^^ 
Prison for London and Middlesex.— JoAii Plemin§t n»T:' 
highway, Middlesex, optidan : in the Qoeen's P*"Tf£ 
F. Ford, Union-st., Southwark. Surrey, ■*»«»^**,*J:jon 
Gaol of Horsemonger-lane.— Gsovyc Cumdnghem, wow 
waU, a London hawker for the sale of Irish ^'^ 7 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— /"••J^ 
Serle, St. Mary-axe, London, briddayer: in the ^^ 
Prison for London and Middlesex.- 2%oo. ^^^^ SK 
Ash, Whitechurch, Shropshire, gentleman: in t»e w» 
Shrewsbury.— r. Smith, Halifax, Yorkshire, losAer ue^' 
in the Gaol of York.— /oAji Gark, Cotae, Ls«M**7'gJi 
in the Gaol of Lancaster.— P. Gibson, HougbJooJiK^ 
Durham, grocer : in the Gaol of Durham.-W'o»ij«^r^| 
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BENJAMIN THOMPSON, Derby, wooUen draper. May H 
and June 8 at 11, District Court of Bankmptcy, Not- 
tingham: Off. Ass. Bittleston; Sols. Pickering, Derby; 
Motteram & Co., Birmingham. — Fiat dated April 19. 
JOHN TAVERNER, Nuneaton, Warwickrfiire, draper, 
dealer and chapman, May 16 and Jane 9 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Whitmore ; 
Sol. Smith, Birmingham. — Fiat dated April 18. 

Mbbtings. 
Wm. Lionel FelUt Tollemache, Keston and Locks Bottom, 
Kent, and Penton-lodge, near Andorer, Hampshire, horse 
dealer, May 11 at 11, Court of Bankmptcy, London, pr. d. 
—Hudson Cranston, Sunderland, Durham, confectioner, May 
7 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcasde-upon«Tyne, 
last ex. — Rob, Manssli, Newent, Gloucestershire, timber mer- 
chant. May 15 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, 
last ei.^Hen, Presim Wilis, High Holbom, Middlesex, Tic- 
tualler, May 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. 
'^George Davison, Princes-st., Turk-st., Bethnal-green, Mid- 
dlesex, leather seller, May 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, aud. ac. — Wm, Lotnas, Norwich, saw maker, May 

21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Hsnry 
Loisel the younger and Alfred Bdan, Hatton-garden, Middle- 
sex, foreign provision merchants. May 21 at 1, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Jos. Johnson the younger, Ux- 
brfdffe, Middlesex, and Irer, Buckinghamshire, common 
carrter, May 29 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. 
ac. — Sam. Savage Woollatt, Holbom-hill, London, draper. 
May 29 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Ed. 
Gibson, St. Alban's, Hertfordshire, banker. May 29 at 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Benj, Scott, Bath, 
SomerMtshire, seedsman, May 26 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.--/oAii Waters, Arthur Jones, 
and David Jones, Carmarthen, bankers, May 22 at 12, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankmptcy, Bristol, and. sc^okn Bateman, 
Cirencester, Glouoestershiipe, blacksmith, May 18 at 11, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankmptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.— B. Cavasma, 
Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, clothier, May 25 at 11, District 
Court of Bankrapt(nr, Bristol, aud. ac. — Geo. Morris, Gam- 
Tach, near Nanty^, Monmouthshire, grocer. May 18 at 
half-past II, District Court of Bankraptqr» Bristol, and. ao. 
— ^ofictt Robert Stradlinff, Glastonbuir, Somersetsldre, apo- 
thecary, June 1 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, 
aud. ac. — Christopher Pcyvtf the younger, and Richmrd Pope, 
Newport, Monmonth^ire, i^hip brokers, May 18 at half-past 

11, District Court of BankrwptcT, Bristol, aud. ac—Wiliiam 
Plumleg, Bristol, poulterer, May 18 at 11, District Court of 
Bankmptcy, Bristol, aud. ac^JVonctt Cook Matthews, Great 
Driffield, Yorkshire, manufacturing chemist, Mi^ 21 at 12, 
District Court of Bankmptcy, Iieeds, aud. ac. ; May 22 at 

12, div. — Wm. Thorpe, Go(^ Yorkshire, stone mason, May 

22 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. ; at 1, 
first and fin. dir. — Wm. Lee Adams, Selby, Yorkshire, dock 
maker, May 21 at 1 1 , District Courtof Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. 
ac.~D. Evans, Jun., Lirerpool, coach builder. May 23 at 11, 
District Court of Bankmptcy, Lirerpool, aud. ac.— Jame« 
Ingram, Liverpool, merchant. May 18 at 11, District Court 
of Bankmptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac; May 23 at 12, div. — 
John Wilkinson, Stockton-upon-Tees, Durham, wharfinger. 
May 22 at 11, I^strict Court of Bankmptcy, Newcastl*. 
upon-Tyne, aud. ac.; May 23 at 11, fin. div.— FFm. Smith 
the younger, Stockton, Durham, manufacturer of earthenware. 
May 22 at 1, District Court of Bankmptcy, NewcasUe-upon- 
Tyne, aud. ac.~-James Jaekson Ferens and Robinson Ferens, 
Durham, drapers. May 22 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Newoastle^upon^Tyne, and. ao.— CiUt. Bertram and 
Jrm, Parkinson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchants. May 22 
at half-past 10, District Court of Bankmptcy, Newcastle- 
ttpon-Tyne, aud. ac. — Hugh Cowan, Stockton-upon-Tees, 
Durham, tidlor. May 25 at half-past 10, District Court of 
Bankmptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac — Rich. Wilson, 
Hartlepool, Durham, shipowner, May 25 at 2, District Court 
of Bankmptcy, Newcastie^npon-Tvne, aud. ac — Christopher 
J. Spenee, Stockton-upon-Tees, Dutham, timber merchant. 
May 22 at half-past 1, Diitriot Court of Bankmptcy, New- 
basue-upon-Tyne, and. ac — Wm. Richardson, Newcaatle- 
unon-Tyne, glass manufacturer, May 23 at 12, District Court 
of Bankmptcy, Newcastle-upoo-Tyne, aud. sc. — Richard 
English, Sunderiand, Durham, wine merchant. May 23 at 
half-past 10, District Court of Bankraptcy» Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, aud. ac— fV^. Baldoek, Nottingham^ grocer, May 18 



at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, i 
Nicholas Ten^terleg, King William-st., London, oosJ mer* 
chant, and Newcastle-i^ion-Tyne, draper, May 18 at 1, Coint 
of Bankmptcy, London, fin. dir.-- William B. J. B ra m d o m ^ 
Trinity- square and Lock's-fields, Newington, Soirey, msnasu 
facturer. May 18 at 1, Court of Bankmptcy, London, dir.— 
Hen, Swan, Great Knight R id e r-s tr eet, London, mad 'WalooU 
place. Hackney, Middlesex, money scrivener, May IB at baif- 
past 1, Court of Bankmptqr* London, div.— JoA» S. Ga m us e , 
Angel-terrace, Hammersmith, Middlesex, cabinet maker. May 
18 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— /oAss I'arriak, 
High-st., Newington, Surrey, draper. May 21 at half-pust 11, 
Court of Bankmptcy, London, div.— CAnt. B. Roe and 2%os. 
J. Blackford, Newport, Isle of Wight, Southampton, banken, 
May 21 at half-past 11, Courtof Bankmptcy, L«ondon, dir. 
sep. est. of r. /. Elaekford.'^ames Bissh^tp, 'WestbiDtoB, 
Bury, Sussex, market gardener, May 21 at 12, Court «f 
Bankmptcy, London, div.— Wm, Elliott, Petworth, Saifqr, 
com merchant. May 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcj, JdmtJno, 
div. — ^^Vecf. C, Gray, Melicent-oottages, Forest-row, I>aIataD, 
Middlesex, boarding-house keeper. May 21 jit 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, Londcm, div.— ^(MIM Gilbert, 
London, bookseller, May 17 at T ^ 
London, diw.—Robt. Brett, Stoke 
tinghamshire, com factor, May 18 
Bankmptcy, Nottingham, aud. ac and fin. dir. — Mdso,. Perks^ 
Redditch and Stoke Mills, Worcestershire, needle mamofisf- 
turer, May 22 at 10, District Court of Bankruptoj, BiraoDg. 
ham, aud. ac; May 29 at 10, div.— IFm. Rsdrnsj Svelith, 
Shifihal, Shropshire, miller. May 22 at 10, Distriet Covt flf 
Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac; May 29 at 10, ^Ir.— 
John V. Barber, Walsall, Staffordshire, banker, Msqr 22 at 

10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birminghaua, and. ac,; 
May 29 at 10, div.— JSTsary Rich, Benbow, Malrem WeUa, 
Worcestershire, veterinary suiguon, May 22 at 10, l>igtriet 
Court of Bankmptcy, Birmingham, and. ac; May 29 at 10, 
div.— 7%o«. L. Walker, James M. Wathew, and JBdba. Wm. 
Kelsall, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, brickmaken. May 22 at 10, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Rirminghsm, aud. ae«; Mey 29 
at 10, first and fin. div. sep. est. oSJas. M, Wathew, — JaiepM 
Wsnman, Birkenhead, Cheshire, wine merchant, Mmy 28 at 

11, District Court of Bankmptcy* Liverpool, dir.'-new. /». 
Ptno, Liverpool, ship chandler. May 21 at 11, DIatiict Court 
of Bankmptcy, Liverpool, div.— Gl«t. H. PurneU^ Iwor pou i, 
ooal measbant, May 22 at 11, District Court of UnnhiMtuj, 
Liverpool, dir.'—John Green, Liverpool, wine mriiiiheniTMai 
21 at 11, District Court of Bankraptey, Liverpool, div.» 
Marg Ann Owens, Tosteth-park, near Liverpool, ▼kstnaUer, 
May 21 at 11, Distriet Court of Bankiuploy, lA^pgp^^ dks. 
--Jos. W. Brooke and Jes, Wilsomf livenmol, aecvlttnla* 
May 22 at 12, District Court of Bankrupt^, Lieviyoel, dir. 
— T^kot. Parr, Liverpool, plumber, May 22 at ll, niiliiiil 
Court of Banknq>tcy, Liverpool, div.--n/aaMe JSaU^ Sootb 
Shields, Durham, sUp broker, Mi^r 24 at hall-pMt 10, Dif. 
trict Court of Bankmptoy, Newoastle-upon-Tyae, iIIt rtf— ' 
M*Donald, Newcastle-upoo-Tyne, cenfeetioner. May 2d at 2, 
Distriot Court of Banknqptoy, Newcastle-upon-iyne, Mm, ^r, 
^Hemry Pimman, Sunderland, Duriuun, ironaieBger, Mvr at 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newoaatie^Mn^l^va, 
fin. <tiv.— Aldl. Yaies, Manoheater, imkaeper. May 24 at. 12, 
District Court of Banknmtey, Manoheater, fio^ dir^ — Bsjjstf 
Welsh and Goo. Welsh^ liveipool, brdnra, May 22 at U, 
District Courtof Baakmptoy, Liverpool, diT. 

CaaTiviOATBS. 
2b be attowedf unless Cause be shewn 4o the ( 
b^oretheDugqfUoeHui^ 
Mary Garrad and Bbeneier King, Coldiester, ] 
liners. May 18 at 12, Court of Banluuptcy, Ijondon, — 1 
Loisel die younger and Aff. Bdan, Hatton-garden, 3fidd~ 

foreign orovision merchants. May 21 at 1, Court ofj 

mptcy, London. — Glet. S. Hooper, Lawrence rnnntuny fsiaa, 
London, merchant. May 19 at 11, Court of ITanJia^i j^ 
London. — T^lomet Manson, King William-Btreet, Tinilnn^ 

underwriter, Maj 19 at 1, Ceurt of Bankn^ttey, f naton, 

John Ellison, Cricklade, Wiltshire, grocer, May 24 ^ 11, 
District Court of Bankmptcy, Bristol. — Jas. JMtlat WalooC* 
Somersetshire, draper, May 22 at 11, District Comut «f 
Bankmptcy, Bristol.— IFtf/tCM Scott, Bxeter, irrmnnamM, 

May 31 at 11, Distriot Court of Bankmptcy, FiniM 

John Dade J^ffery, Sidmonth, Devomdiire, apothecary, Me^- 
23 at 11, District Court of Bankmptcy, Exeter. — G. fTnwa^ 



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tar, out of bufkieM. — John CUtrk^ Colne, oat of biitineM.<— 
Bvf^. Parkir, literpool, greengrooer.— 12. Baynu, liver- 
pool, manager to-a biJcer. — Stow (kilir, Ltrerpool, taleimaii. 
'^Jokn Fletchir, UlTerstone, watch maker.--Jbilii BarriMt 
Salford, batcher.— -i^Mry Lowe, Horwich, oat of boshieii.— 
Jo9, Ctegg, Lancai t er, oat of baaineia.— /oAn Burm Smiik, 
Solford, manager in a ootton-milL — Ales, Doipkin, Preston, 
greengrocer.— ilod«r/ Caidoeoti, Manchester, oat of basiness. 
— /. 3i*0iade, LiTcrpool, nail manafkctarer. — W.Anmitage, 
Salford, oat of basiness.-»/oAfi Brewer, literpool, oat of 
basiness. — Peter iPLe^n, liverpool, master of a ship.— /•# . 
Bmuden, Salford, oat of basiness. — Simom Moekiar, Liver- 
pool, cooper. — Jnmee Fadrelougk, liTerpool, architect.— JoAa 
Ogdem, Manchester, oat of basiness.--/ain«« Wood, Man* 
diester, oat of basiness. — fiSsm. WUlumu, Swanlow, mcer. 
—FT. WilMtuom, Mandiester, web maker.— /oAn M^iUeter, 
lirerpool, car proprietor.— J^tnry Aetieg, Blackbam, oat of 
basiness. — Joe, Bouiledge, lArerpooi, licensed fictoaUer.— 
Bdward dewnmg, Manchester, joiner. — 7!lot. T%eMto», Man« 
Chester, railway porter.— JBIetiti«r Aigi, Manchester, fiiBtian 
shearer. — Joeeph Fletcher, liverpool, in no basiness. J mme e 
Wilding, Preston, oat oif basiness.— /omit Berry, Bary, 
wooUen manafactarer. 

Imsoltbiit Dbbtor's Ditidbnd. 
Joeeph Storeg, Wark, near Hexham, Northamberland, land 

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suit for tithes consisted of two parts — first, title ; se- 
condly, time ; and the course in practice was, first, ta 
prove that the lands were abbey lands at the period •£ 
the dissolution of monasteriei; and^secoodly, that fi'om 
time immemorial they had been exempt from tithe. 
This latter branch of the case waff proved prim4 facie 
by evidence of modem user or enjoyment of the lands 
without payment of tithe; but the piwompUGn aris- 
ing therefrom, or from proof extending back for cen- 
turies, might be rebutted by production of a terrier, 
survey, vsduation, or other document of more ancient 
date, shewing that tithe had once been paid for such 
lands. Such was the state of the law when 2 & 8 
Will. 4, c. 100, was passed. 

The title we have already given, and the following, 
are, in substance, the important parts which bear upon 
the question : — 

The 1st section xecitee, that ** the expose and incon- 
venience of suits instituted for the recovery of tithes 
may and ought to be prevented, by shortening the time 
required for the valid establishment of claims of a modus 
decimandi, or exemption from or discharge of tithes f' 
and enacts, that *' all prescriptions and claims of or fbr 
any modus decimandi, or of or to any exemption from 
or discharge of tithes, by composition real or other- 
wiscf,^ shall, where tithes are demanded by the Crown, 
by any lay person, or a corporation aggregate, ^ be sus- 
tained, and be deemed good and valid in law, upon evi- 
dence shewing, in cases of claim of a modus decimandi, 
the payment or render of such modus; and in cases of 
claim to exemption or discharge, shewing the enjoyment 
of the land without payment or render of tithes, money 
or other matter in lieu thereof for the full period of 
thirty years next before the time of such demand, unless, 
in the case of claim of amodus decimandi, the actual pay- 
ment or render of tithes in kind, or of money or other 
thing differing in amount, quality, or quantity from the 
modus claimed, or, in case of claim to exemption or dis- 
charge, the render or payment of tithes, or of money or 
other matter in Hen thereof, shall be shewn to have taken 
place at some time prior to such thirty years, or it shall 
ie proved that such payment or render of modus was 
made, or enjoyment had, by some consent or agreement 
expressly made or given for that purpose by deed or 
writing; and if such proof in support of the claim 
shall be extended to the full period of sixty years next 
before the time of such demand, in such cases the claim 
shall be deemed absolute and indefeasible, unless it shall 
be proved that such pa3rment or render of modus was 
made, or enjoyment had, by some consent or agreement 
expressly made or given for that purpose by deed or 
writing." And where the render of tithes in kind shall 
be demanded by any archbishop, vicar, &c., then such 
prescription and claim shall be valid and indefeasible, 
upon evidence shewing such payment, render, or en- 
joyment before mentioned, during two incumbencies, 
(amounting to sixty years), and three years of a third 
incumbency. 

Sect. 2 enacts, ^'that every composition for tithes 
which hath been made or confirmed by the decree of 
any court of equity in England, in a suit to which the 
ordinary, patron^ and incumbent were parties, and 
which hatn not since been set aside, abanooned, or de- 
parted from, shall be and the same is hereby confirmed 
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and made valid inlaw ; and that no modus, exemptioii, 
or dischaige shall be kerned ta be within the provi- 
sions of this act, ualefli sueh modbs, exemption^ or dis- 
charge shall be pvoved to haresExisted and been acted 
upon at the time of,, or within one year next before, the 
pasring of this act.*' 

Sect. 7 enacts, ^that, in aH actions and suits to be 
commenced sfter this act sindz taice e£RBct, x^ iwisll be 
sufficient to allege, that the modus, or eziettiptioii or 
discharge, claimed was actually exenused and enjoyed 
for such of the periods mentioned in tiiisact as maj be 
applicable to the case; and if the other party shall in- 
tend to rely on any proviso,, exception, incapacity, dis- 
ability, ccmtract, agreement, deed, or writing herein 
mentioned, or any other mister of fad or of law not 
inconsistent with the simple &et of the- exeamBe and 
enjoyment of the matter claimed, the same shall be spe- 
cially alleged and set forth in answer to tiie allegation 
of the party claiming, and shfdl not be recelTed in evi- 
dence on any general traverse or denial of the matter 
claimed.*' 

In a future article we propose to oonsidttrthe groiuufa 
on which our Courts have arrived at sneh difioeot 
and opposing conclusions as to the operation of thia 
statute. 



ON THE WRIT OF MANDAMUS. 

(Cbn^nmedflromp, 31). 

The same certainty is required in the return as before 
the statute of Aime. (Beg v. i^me Rt^ T>&Qg^ 162, 
per Mansfield, C. J. ) The rule is^ not topresimie ef^&ry^ 
thing aeainst the return ; there idiould be no presomp- 
tion either one way or the other. (i2«« y. Z^rme Regts, 
E.,10Geo.3,Selw.N.P.I092^. The return, need nxA be 
under the seal of the corporation, nor b it requinte that 
it should be signed by the mayor. The return b«4i^ 
matter of reconl, as such, ia not required, when made 
by a corporatioi^ to bounder himd or seal ; and^if fislae, 
aa action will lie af^^ainst the bodjr politic or the persoai 
who procures the false return, as in other cases. ^Rcx 
V. The Mayor of Exeter^ Ld. Raym. 223 ; see also iStar 
V. Chdliee, 2 Ld. Raym. 848; S. P., Com. DUvt. « Man- 
damus," (D.) 2). If an action be brotwht m & fiilae 
return, it will be sufficioit evidence a^auist the party 
that the mandamus was delivered to him, and haa sneh 
a return, unless he can shew the contrary. (BuIL K. P^ 
"Mandamus,^ 200). 

The return, when complete, mnst be filed. JSythCT* 
party mar move to file it on a motion paper iigaed 
by counsel. This is done hj indorsing a motioi&jpap^ 
and handing it to counsel, indorsed ^'to move to ^e 
the writ and return,^ whidi, when signed, mnst be 
taken to your clerk in court in the Crown-ofiice« It 
is not sufficient for the party or parties to whom the 
writ is directed merely to leave the writ and r et mm 
with a derk in court, as he is not bound to file it ' 
out such motion paper; and, unless it is on the 

file within six days next after service of the a 

rule, Uie prosecutor may, if he is adverse, npon ah 
affidavit oi the service oflhe side-bar rule, and that tlie 
writ and return are not on the pn^»er iik^ moTe Ibr a, 
rule to shew cause whys writ of^attadunent ahovdd not 
issue ajffainst the party or parties lor not retamiBi^ tbe 
writ of mandamus ; or, upon an affidavit of tke iMM.yIc4L 
of the writ of mandamus without a side^bar rula^ tl&e 
Court will grant a rule to shew cause ^j an attael^- 
ment should not issue; ancL if sudi application l>e 
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Borough of C.y by E. T., their attorney, say that the 
said return is sufficient in law." 

By rule H. T., 4 Will. 4, no signature of counsel is 
requisite. Two copies should be made, one of which 
should be filed, and the other delivered to the opposite 
party, in the same way as the demurrer. So soon as 
the defendant has joined in demurrer, the proper course 
is to obtain a rule for a concilium, whicn is done on 
the production of counsel's signature to a motion paper 
at the Crown-office. This rule will specify the aay 
on which the case will be put in the Crown paper for 
argument. This rule must be served on the opposite 
party six d^s at least before such day, if within 
forty miles of London, and eight days if exceeding that 
distance. 

Paper books must then be prepared, containing an 
entry of all the nroceedings, with the noints intended 
for argument. These books must be delivered to the 
judges at Chambers two days before the day on which 
the case will be placed in the paper for argument, ac- 
cording to Rule 28. On the case coming on to be heard 
at the usual time appointed, the counsel for the party 
impugning the return is nrst heard; (Rex v. The 
Church Trustees of St. Pancras, 3 Adol. & Ell. 535 ; 
S. C, 6 Adol. & Ell. 314) ; then the counsel for the 
defendants; then the counsel for the prosecutor replies. 
One counsel only is in general allowed to argue. No 
objections can be taken by the prosecutor's counsel, 
except such as appear upon the face of the return. 
{Reg, V. The Select Vestry of St. Margaret s^ Leicester^ 
10 Adol. & Ell. 732, n.) The defendant's counsel, 
however, is at liberty to object to the writ in matters 
of substance appeanng on the face of it. If, therefore, 
a writ be improperly directed, for instance, to the 
steward of a manor alone, where the lord ought to be 
joined, this has been held to be a defect in substance. 
{Reg. T. Powell, 1 Adol. & Ell., N. S., 352). 

l), on alignment, the writ is holden to be bad, the 
Court give judgment that it be quashed, and that the 
defendants do recover their costs. If, however, the writ 
is held to be good, but the return bad, they award judg- 
ment for the prosecutor, with costs, and that a perem- 
ptory mandamus do issue. {Rex v. Kendall, 1 Adol. & 
EU., N. S., 366; see also 6 & 7 Vict. c. 67, s. 1). 
(7b be eoniinued). 



COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. 

Easter Term. — 12 Victoria. — May 1. 

This Court will, on Wednesday the 9th and Saturday 
the 12th days of May instant, hold sittings, and will 
proceed in disposing of the business in the Special Paper 
on the 9th instant, and the Crown Paper on the 12th 
instant, taking the cases in their order, unless special 
application be made to postpone any of them before the 
last day of term; and will give judgment in cases pre- 
viously aligned. Br the Court. 
♦ 

COURT OF EXCHEQUER. 

Easter Term. — 12 Victoria. — April 28. 

Thb Court will hold sittings on Wednesday the 9th 
day of May next, and on Thursday the 10th, Friday 
the 11th, Saturday the 12th, Monday the 14th, and 
Tuesday the 15th oavs of the same mouth; and, at such 
sittings, will proceed in disposing of the business then 
pending in the Paper of New Trials, the Paper of De- 
murrers, and the Paper of Special Cases, ana in giving 
judgment In all matters then standing for judgment. 

Frederick Pollock. 
J. Parke. 
Read in open court, R. M. Rolfe. 

E. Btsmett. T. J. Platt. 



Report of a Committee of the Society for Promoiing the 
Amendment of the Law, on the Law Reporting 
System, 

The Delay in the Offices of the Masters m Chasteefy, assd 
the Remedy. ^^ C.P.Cooper, Esq^QC. f 

ILondcn: Stevens Sf Norton^ 1849-3 

Statistics are, in general, exceeding nauseous iiOel- 
lectual food : they furnish, however, in a great ▼aricty 
of instances, the most conclusive arguments that can be 
found in support of or against given systems. The sta- 
tistics of the Report above referred to are not an ex:cep- 
tion to either of the above propositions: they are maeh 
more tiresome, but, at the same time, much more conda- 
sive, than any arguments that could be brought to bear, 
unsupportedbystatisticalstatements, on the present state 
of law reporting. It appears that there are more than 
forty Barristers constantly employed in the preparation 
of the regular reports, and at least as many more em- 
ployed in the different legal periodicals. It appears 
that the reports of the decided cases in any year for 
one term, in any of the superior courts, at the present 
day, exceed in bulk those of all the tribunals in the 
country, for the whole year, seventy years ago. It ap- 
pears that the annual cost of a set of the regular re- 
ports for each year now, is about SO/. ; and it is com- 
puted that the average circulation b about 750 copies 
of each set ; so that the money annuaUy laid ont by the 
Profession is 22,600/. 

The Renort, having made these and other statistics, 
proceeds thus : — 

*' The high price of law books has for years been 
^a common subject of complaint;^ and when it is 

* considered what a small proportion of this price 

* goes into the pocket of the author or compiler, it is 
^remarkable that the Profession, who are at once the 

* producers and consumers, should have never yet at- 

* tenvpted a remedy, 

** The commission allowances, &c., to the trade on the 

* sale of books, generally amount to between 30 and 40 

* per cent., and sometimes even more, on the cost of a 

* book. Thus, on a book of Law Reports, on which the 

* smallest allowance is made, if the money is to be ac- 
' counted for to the author, first of all 20 per cent, on 
^ 2/., its nominal price, is ulowed to the retail booksri- 
^ ler ; 6 per cent, more, and one copv in twenty-five, in 
^ all 9 per cent., or df. 8<f., to the wholesale boNoks^er; 

* and 71 ^r cent., at least, or 3«., by way of commladon, 

* to printing and advertisement expenses and the pnb- 

* Usher; only 1/. 6«. Ad. being left lor the remuneration 

* of the author. Hence it obviously requires a sale 
' of 400 copies of such a work to save the proprietor of 

* the copyright from positive loss ; and the publishers, 
' relying on this, generally succeed in getting the c^opy- 
^ rights of the Reports into their own hands. 

^* If, in any case, a society for the purpose of publi^- 

* ing books were practicable, it would seem most pecu- 

* liarly so among the Legal Profesnon. 

^* The ^ Law List' of the present year contains the 
'names of about 14,000 practising barristers, attomies, 
*• and solicitors ; and this list would be vattly increased 
' by an addition of the local and colonial judges, magis- 
'trates, and law officers, and the crowd of students, 

* articled clerks, &c., preparing themselves for the Pro- 

* fession. 

** To the majority of this numerous class the serious 
' expense of the Law Reports in their present shape is 
Hhe principal objection which prevents their b^ng 
'used. 

** Now, if, instead of the limited average circulation 
' on which the above calculations are formed, the Re- 
' ports were g[enendly circulated amongst the Prc^es- 

* sion, the majority of them— say, ior Uie sake of round 



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** AppUcatioiiB for kava to amend bills, for time to 
< answer, and to enlarge publication, and reforenees as 
. * to impertinenee and as to insufficiency, shall be heard 

* on particular days to be fixed by the Master, unless 

* the same be of a pressing nature. 

^ Causes and matters or a pressing nature, or in re- 

* spect of which the report or certificate of Uie Master 

* must be obtained prior to the particular days fixed by 
^ the Master for hefmng causes and matters of the class 

* to which they belong, shall be placed In a short line 

* at the head of the Master's pai>er of the day, the leave 

* of the Master (to be signified in sttch way as he may 

* direct) being previously had. 

** The M«^ shall cause a paper of the causes and 

* matters, coming on before him for hearing each day, 
^ to be affixed in some •convenient place at or before 

* five o'clock in the evening of the proceding day. 

** Such paper shall specify in which of snen causes 

* and matters counsel wul attend. 

** The causes and matters shall be called on for hear- 

* iBgin the ordw in whieh they stand in such piqwr. 

^* The Master flball be enjoined and required not to 

* postpone the hearing of any cause or matter by reason 
' of the absence of counsel, solicitor, or party, unless the 

* parties engaged in the succeeding causes and motleis 

* are readj^, and such causes and matters will ooonpy 
^ the reminder of the Master's day.** 

Mr. Coop^ also proposes to refor, in tflie fiist in- 
stance, all questions of title to a conveyancer, to be 
a salaned ot&eex of the court; and all questions of 
account to an accountant, to be also a sslaried officer 
of the court; and to have an appeal from these officers 
to the Master. We think the suggestion of having 
such officers attached to the court a good one; but we 
cannot see why there shonld be a separate hearing 
before them, and an appeal to the Mast^. They 
diould be simply the Master's advisers, and ^e Master 
should make and be reqwnnble finr the decision. 
Surely, three appeals— -from tiie Master to the Court ; 
from the Court to the l4ord Chancellor; and fr«an the 
Chancellor to the House of Lorda— «re enough for any 
mortal litigant. 

Mr. Cooper's suggestions, as to general simplification 
of proceedings out A the Masters' offices, have reference 
to the total abolition of bills and answers in idl cases 
of mere construction of written instraments^ and in idl 
administration business. On this he say»*^ 

** The three main subjects of Chattoenr salts and 
^proceedings are:— I. The Construction of Wills, Mar- 
'riage Settlements, and other written Instnunents. 
^11. The Afipointmentof Chiardians^ and the Allow- 

* ance of Maintenance to Infonts. III. The Admhsis- 

* tration of the Estates of Testators and Intestates. 

^ Regulations, somewhat of the nature of those en- 

* suing, would, as the writer apprehends, mwk dimiuifih 
-* expense and delay. 

" I. The Construction of WUls, Marriage Setae- 

* ments, and other written Instruments. 

^ 1. In all oases in which the onJ^ question is the 
' construction of a written instrument any party inte- 
^ rested shall be at fiberty to serve a statement of his 
^ claim thereunder upon all other parties having, or 
^supposing to have, an interest; and tiie Court shall 
''have Dower, upon the appeanmce of all parties, or 
^ upon due proof of service of such statement of claim 

* upon them, to make a declaration of the rights of all 

* parties under such instrument. 

*^ 2. Such declaration may extend to cMes of that 

* kind, which are embmeed by the Seotoh declaratory 

* action. 

** A Uffge proportion of short causes involve the oon- 
'struction of some written instrument merely. No 

* foet is in dispute. The meaning of a fow lines— of a 

* lew words—is the only smbananment. Nothing more 

* is wanted by the parties for their. guidaiiteN-to mmhh 



* them to dien, eaeiindber, settie, devtsft-^haaadeiltf. 
^ation of the Court. What is there, apui fiom old 

* prejudloe, which we aire fost gettiBg rid of, to pufiBt 

* this from being obtained, without the enmbroMnd 

* expensive nmehineiy of bill and answer? 

** II. The Appofaitment of Qnaidians, and tibe Al- 

* lowanoe of Maintenance to In&nts. 

" 1. Any one, upon an affidavit stating the requite 
'foots, shall be at libertv to ap]dy to the MMterto 

* appoint goardkns to infonti^ «ul to make an iliow- 

* ance for their mdntensnce. 

** 2. In casss in whidi than is no dtiMtMfartwi 

* with the decision of the Master, his certifioate,it#K 

* the names of the guavdians and the amount ilM 
' for maintenance, soffioient. 

^ The petition for & f s fe te n ce is a uselois expoK, 

* and the petition foft tlie eonfinnation of the Vaito'i 
'report, where there is no diasatisfiu^tion, » equHy i 
' useless expense. 

** 8. In cases where the parties are disntiifiBd wiA 
'the deciaion of the Master, he ahall make hitic^oTt 
'of the proceedings before him in the asaal way,to 
' give opportunHj of an appeal to the Court 

"In cases beloMhag to ibis dasi, tiie Mailer aU 
'be at liberty to disimiBe with strictly legal eiidiM 
'of frets, respecting whioh there is no dopnt^inKD 
'such strictiy legal evidence oomot be obtained nft* 
' out delay or expense. 

" The writer has known proceedinga, in cseei a ■« 
'kind, suspended for twelvo months, the l^'''^^ 
' quiring the best evidence of the identity and i|M 
« the infonts, which could only be procured frm » 
' East Indies. The Conrt cannot be too difficalt »{» 
'the evidence received where a fund is to be dktn- 
' bnted. But, in questions of guardian and vam- 
' nonce, may it not, without incurring an DnP^"** 
< of raahness, be thought-«o one susMerting any d^^ 
*tiiat evidence of a degioe leas high W«wJj? 
' admitted, when none better oaa be had iritbntaddi- 
' tionol delay or expense? .«, ^ ,_ 

" ni. The Admimstation of the Estates of Tawon 

* and Intestates. ^ 

« 1. Creditors, legatees, anunitants, widows, aaojen 
' of kin, shall be at liberty, witiiout bill or p^ 
'by summons before one of the Mastere, upon a&o^ 
' of their claims, to call upon personal repreeentiUW 

* to pay or secure the same. 

"2. Anets being adm^tedL the Master sbaU 1^ 

* powers, in referenee to ordering payment, &c«*5: 
'gous to those of the judges of the SnaU Debte uA 
' Demands Courts. . « , ^ 

"8. Assets not being admHted, the Master shdlbi^ 

* power to appofait a receiver, to dtreet a lale of •» * 
'any part of the assets, (the proceeds befaig p«w«» 
'court to the credit of the matter), to advertise forej 
'ditora, legatees, next of kin,«nd todistrfbutatbeftoi 

' (See the Jomt-stoek Con^ianies Windinff bp A*). 

" 4. The Master^ order of distribution *^]!^. J 
'parties interested, in like manner as if sivdi diAnM- 
'tion were made Irtr decree or order in a suit. , 

«« 5. The Master, at the wqueat of parties dM^tafitf 
' with his deoWon, shall gaoA a oertificaU <^^Z 

* cision, with the evidence and grounds upon ^^^ 

'has proceeded; and indi parties shall be at 0^ 

'to apply to the Court, upon the footing of Bucbc|^ 

'ficate, and without objections or «xoeptieii^ toiew* 

' or alter the Master's Adrion." _>^ 

We can only say, that not holding our ownijecwr 

tions, as to the reform of pleadings, to be perfortr-"^ 
holding Mr. Cooper's, aa to the reform of pwoeediflF 
in and out of the Master's offiee, to be perf»»;r!: 
think that botii mm in the right direction; and ^ 
trust, ere loi^, to oee " Chancery" so wvwiedaad^»r 
formed, that tiie mere statement thatan ertrtsM ^ 



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G^nrge Burton, Bradford, Yorkshire, engraTer, May 24 at 11, 
Diitnct Court of Banlmiptcj, Leeds, and. ac. — Alexander 
NichoU and Wm, Nichoii, Greetland, Halifax, Yorkshire, 
worsted spinners. May 24 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. — Oeorge Law, Idle, Calverley, York- 
shire, card manufacturer, May 24 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. wa,— Oeorge Addieum, Tipton, Staf- 
fordshire, builder, May 29 at 10, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. — John NieholU, Longton, 
Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, manufacturer of earthenware. 
May 29 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, 
aud. ac. — Henrg T^ftomptoii, Manchester, and Nafferton, near 
D^ffield, Yorkshire, com merchant. May 23 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Mandiester, and. ac. — John Haworik, 
Stone Fold Mill, near Haslingden, Lancashire, cotton spinner. 
May 23 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. 
ac. — Humphrey Laj/field, Burnley, LancMhire, boiler maker. 
May 23 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, 
and. ac. — John Hale the younger, Woodnewton, near Onndle, 
Northamptonshire, baker. May 25 at 11, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, div. — John Pattenon, Tonbridge, Kent, tea 
dealer, May 24 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, dif.— 
Wm. Armstrong, Norwich, draper, May 22 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London, fin. diY^^Affired Fielder, Alton, South- 
ampton, brewer. May 22 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, 
fin. diT. — Rieh. H, Pugh, Aldermanbury, London, ware- 
houseman. May 22 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. 
^^Henrg C. Broom, Laurence Pountner-hiU, London, grocer, 
May 24 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, fin. div. — Joe, 
Stubbing, Northumberhnd-pl., Commercial-road East, Mid- 
dlesex, draper. May 24 at half-past 2, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, diy.-^Jamet Ebenezer Saundere the younger, Upper 
Thames-street, London, fish fsctor. May 24 at half-past 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, fjondon, div. — Oeo. Ridley, Gould-sq., 
London, wine merchant. May 24 at 1, Court of Bankruptqr, 
London, dir.— XoKtte Roelants, Argyle-street, Regent-street, 
Middlesex, milliner. May 24 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, 
L(mdon, diT. — Mark R, C, Wigktman, PUicras-lane, London, 
linen factor. May 23 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, diT. — Cha$, Bertram and W, Parkimon, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, merchants. May 24 at half-past 1, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dir. sep. est. of Wm, 
Pariinton,^Wm. Bmiih the younger, Stockton, Durham, 
manufrcturer of earthenware, May 25 at 1, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fin. dij,^W, Riehardeon, 
Newcastle-upon-Trne, glass manufacturer, May 25 at 12, 
District Coiui of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fin. diT. 
— IFm. Plumley, Bristol, poulterer. May 22 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, diT. — Jamee Jaekeon Ferene 
and Robineon Ferene, Durham, drapers, Msy 25 at 11, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, NewcasUe-upon-Tyne, fin. diT.— 
Richard Engliek, Sunderland, Durham, wine merchant. May 
S5 at half-past 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, diT.A/bAn Bireh, Kingston-upon-Hull, tailor. 
May 23 at half-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, King- 
ston-upon-HuU, fin. d\Y,-^Hemry Moeeley and Joe, BraboMon 
Murphy, DerbT, carvers, June 8 at 11, District Court of 
B«Dkruptcy, Birmingham, diT. — Chrietopher John Spenee, 
Stockton-upon-Tees, Durham, timber merchant. May 24 at 1, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, diT. 

Cbrtificatbs. 

Ih he allowed, wUeee Cauee be ehewm to the contrary on or 

htfore the J}ay qf Meeting, 

Robert Tippler, Great Tower-st., London, colonial broker, 
May 23 at 12, Court of Bankruptey, London. — Henry Bdw, 
Betmett, Queen's Bench Prison, Soutbwark, Surrey, carrier. 
May 24 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— i/oAfi SnUih, 
Regent-street, Middksez. jeweller. May 23 at 11, Court o# 
Bankruptcy, London.— Im. Orani, Cardiff, Olamorganshire, 
dock maker. May 24 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
BristoL — Wm. Oarret, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, bookseller, 
May 25 at half-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, New- 
casUe-upon-Tyne. — Joseph Cadnum, Pontypool, Monmouth- 
shire, spirit retailer, May 24 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ffupU^, Bristol. 
Ts he allowed by the Viee'Chmcellorqf the High Qmrt (^ 

Chancery, acting in Bankrtmtcy, unkes Cause be shewn to 

the canirary on or bqfore May 22. 

Jos^h T, Jay, Ade, Norfolk, turMon.— IFiiJIffm Minion, 
IkmpwA^ linen draper.—^, darh^ KingstoD-npon-ThaaMt, 



Surrey, export ale merdiant.— noiMM GWiii^l|r, Cbipfii 
Campden and Mickleton, Olouoestershire, groocr,--J, Krem 
Manchester, agent. — Charles Kay, Wak^dd, Yorkshire, ■ 
nufacturer.— jSam/. Bennett, High-st., Islington, HiddioK 
draper. — Leonard Greening, Stroud, Gloucestershire, siddk 
— John Arnold, Oxford-sL, Westminster. Middlesex, lb 
draper. — John B. Brown, LiTerpool, broker. — Robl, Om 
Manchester, tailor. — Andrew D, Young, Gracechardi-ftree 
London, and Boxworth-groTC, UUngton, Middlesex, oomoui 
sion agent. 

Scotch SsauvvrBATiONt. 
Peter Walker ^ Co,, Glasgow, merdiants.— /oibi BA 
Airdrie, grocer.— jMiet MKeand, Glasgow, merchsnt 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who haoe filed their Petitions in ths Court of BanknpUi 

and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection fm 

Process. 

John Bowling, Weeton, near Otley, Yorkshire, shoemaka 
May 21 at 11, Countr Court of Yorkshii«, at Otle7.-/«A 
Smith, West Orchard, CoTcntry, Warwickshire, oat of bos 
ness. May 23 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, it Corea 
try. — Bdmund Russell, Berkeswdl, near CoTcntry, WinHd 
shire, tailor, May 23 at 2, County Court of Warwkkiiiire, s 
CoTcntry.*— /ot. Stephen Weatherilt, CoTcntry, Wtnrick- 
ahire, schoolmaster, May 23 at 10, County Court of Wsiwick. 
shire, at the County-hall, Warwidnhire. «i2o^«r/ ikrrO, 
Malinslee, Dawley, Shropdiire, pudler, May 19 at 10, ComQ 
Court of Shropshire, at Maddey* — /• Cooper, Bairow-npoS' 
Humber, linooloshire, Ikrmer, May 18 at 10, Countj GmiI 
of Lincolnshire, at Barton-on-Humber.— 7*. O, Bkiheift, 
Maddey, Shropshire, plumber. May 19 at 10, County Coort 
of Shropshire, at Maddey. — Henry Walker, D>wl^, Sbrop- 
shire, confectioner. May 19 at 10, County Court of SbroiNbire, 
at Maddey. — David Avieon, Robert-town, liversedge, Bir> 
std, Yorkshire, cod deder. May 17 at 10, County Couid 
Yorkshire, at Dtmsburj.^Blizabeth Hunter, CbelteahaB, 
Gloucestershire, out of budness, May 22 at 10, Coonty Govt 
of Gloucestershire, at Chdtenham.— i?od. MClslln Wslhr, 
Claughton-cnm- Grange, Cheshire, collector. May 8 tt 10, 
County Court of Cheshire, at Birkenhead. — Wm. Jkit, 
Wdford, Herefordshire, out of budness, Maj 19 tt 10, 
County Court of Herefordshire, at Ross.— /oib Mc&oto, 
Neath, Glamorganshire, blacksmith, May 11 at 10, Coa^i 
Court of Glamorganshire, at Neath.— 7!Ioiim« Denies, AboK 
Ton, Glamorsandiire, joiner, May 11 at 10, County Gcoitl^ 
GlamofcansUre, at Neath.— JZo^crf Marsden Rigby, ^*^| 
on-the-HQl, near Liverpool, baker, May 7 at 10, liHim 
District County Court, at LiTerpooL J 

The/bllowing Pereons, who, on their seoeratPeHlieatf^ 
the Court, have obtained Interim Orierefer ^^^^ 
from Proceee, are required to appear in Court as 4«rww 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal'Street, U 
coin's Inn, asfolhwe, to be eaamined and dssU im 
according to the Statute: — 

May 15 at 11, b^ore Mr. Commissioner Hamv^i*'^ 
Samusl Craig, Windsor-place, SoGthwark-brid|e-roM 
Surrey, furrier.— C*«t. Pigott, Churdi-row, Old St. P»flJ 
road, Middlesex, outof empk»yment.--JM.liinld^Bisbop1 
buildings, Wood-wharf, Greenwich, Kent, fi>li<"i^j 
Charlotte Randall, widow, Bridge-court, Westsunstcr, IM 
dieses, deder in ladies' wardrdMS.— TFm. Uaae f^*^*^ 
bridge-road. Upper Cl^ton, MiddleaoL, omnibus eooA^ 
^#111. Welling, Amdia-plaoe, Wdwoith-road, SarrqTi^ 
man. — Oeorge Edwards, Brewer-st., Golden^ntf^t *"*■• 
sex, trainer and jockey. 

May 16 al 10, bffbre Mr. Commissi mer ^'^.j^^ 

Vineent Piednue, Dorset-st., Portnian.S(|Bsre, »>J2S 

confectioner.— /oilfi Ch^^uum, Yanghan-temfe, Sbepw^ 

wdk, Hoxton, Middlesex, bootmaker.— fT. Wemea, W 

ming's-row, St Martin's-lane, Middlesex, tai^« 

8oiurduy,AprU2%. 
The following Assignees htiebeen appointed, 
ticulars may bs learned at the Othe, in Pel 
caln'S'inn'fields, on giving the Number qf t\ 
John LaJbser, St Buryan, Cornwall, yt 
C. ; Jdm Roeoorla, asdgnee.— Clritlc(|i9ker 
Wdtham Abbey, Essex, Unen draper. No. 70,i 
Dixson, assignee.— fTm. Dancer, Queen-st., 
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of liasineifl. — ^^Woidt CZp«f ik« DoooMter, dnper.— ^w«r<f 
Alderwm, Richmond, joiner.—-/. Wainwrighi, Goole, 8okool« 
■iMitar.— Clorto BtmM^ Leeds, botcher.— /o^fi Veadom, 
TeftdoD, near Leeds, labonrar. 

lAgr IS tU 9, Mt ike tamepiw, 

Tk§mai Brntm, Meimingham, nev Bndford, innkeeper. — 
/•te Bootkt Northowim, near Halifia, shoemaker. — IT. IF. 
HfwfiM, Dewsbvry, assistant draper.— JermilMl AddUon^ 
Great Ousebam, near Boroogbbridge, out of bosiness. — Elix, 
fywmtt, Bradfbrd, sennnt. — Bsiyamtii jifysrt, Nether Qreeo, 
Woodhonse Carr, near Leeds, oat of bonness.— JT. Ktttlewtll^ 
Heading^ef, near Leeds, sflversmith. — Wm* B. Baker, York, 
perk batcher.— AlMry St^gfirtm^ Haddersfiehl, teiey wooUen 
maniiftirtater.— /smet DUkm, Yoik, beer sdler.— 7. 8mUh, 
lUtfibilef, fiarmer.— /bt. CMem, Sheffield, dealer in ostlery. 
--JMsr/ Ibltom, Hnddsniefal, mmiAmuL'-J o m t kM m SkHd- 
hm, Loeknood, near Hnddersfie&d, salssmsn.— T^lot. SmUk, 
BafifiuE, card maker.— &iv. O. CbtpjMr, Saddleworth, anc- 
tkmeer.— itoM. AncMNff tlw younger, Stokesftej, boker.--Ofe. 
B oMum , Woodhoose Garr, near Leeds, ont o# bosiness.— > 
Sswmiei XmhA, Leeds, anctioneer. — if. Jenningt, Leeds, plane 
maker.- IFm. Bt ^ fw d, Gildenome, near Leeds, ooal agent. 
^^^Uak HUl^ Bradford^ slater.— iimoe Gmn^n^, Leeds, com- 
wisswrn agent.— Bc% EmtUm, Leeds, hone dealer.— /smst 
mU$, York, oat of bowMss.— FTm. C. BMsen, Harper^^t, 
Tbsobdd's-rond, London, oat of bosiness. 
jCI ikB OomOy Omri of Berk^Urt, mi Rbadinv, Ifty 17. 

Charlei HerrU^, Hongerford, oat of bonnen. 
Ai the Connty Qmrt (if Norikumierlmid, at Nswoastlb- 
VPON-TnrB, Ifey 18 at 10. 

Joeeph Robimem, Newcasde-apon-Tfne, grocer. — T%oma9 
WaiJter, Newcastle-apon-Tyne, merchant's derk. 

Ai the Counfy Court ^Smump, ai Pnnro&TH, Mtgf 18. 

Charles Weetom, Petwordi, caipenler. 
M ihe Own^ Cbw^ «f MommemthMre^ ai MoNmHrni, 

lCiy30«/ll. 
, AocA Aww, LUBWonarth, HoensedvictQBUer. 
iMOoiiVsinr Dsstoas' DimnirDB. 

#. SReiffhf St. Audivw B^lvrTaee, Rdpot<4t., ConmeitialHnd. 
East, Middlesex, lieutenant on half-pay in the nsry : It. M. 
in the pound.— /anmr Pid^fbrd, Heftfcvl, carrier : 3t. li<f. 
and U. in tfaepomii^^^/oAR Meai, HofBsea, ToilMhiin, ship 
owner: 3H*>n^povnd. — ^tfiairy fTjUion, 6fiofe4ano, Cam- 
berwell, Suirey, ^ooer t S^d. in the pound. — Rev, WUUam 
Fletcher t Harwdl, near Abingdon, Bericdhire, derk : 6<2. in 
the pound. — Oeo, Wm, WUiS%tom, Beaulieu, near Lyoiing. 
ton, Hampriiire, Heotenant in the nafj : S«. 4d. in the pound. 
*-/oAfi HeartweU, Roworth, CHossop, Derbjdiire, bleadier : 
le. in the pound. — H, Denby Cbggan, Bmmeline-cott^es, 
Norsery-road, Brixton, 8ai!ray,warahoo8eman: U.li4.intiie 
pound. 

Apply ai the An^sCffonai AjafyHeee OMce, Portt^ai^eiretif 
lAnwoMe^mn-JlMe, Uminm, heiweem tmhomre^li^ emi 1. 

George Savage, victualler, at Gillard & Hook's, Bristol : 
U. lid. in the poond. 

FRIDAY, Mat 4. 

BANKKUPTS. 

GEORGE SHARP and ItOBB OT LTl XnTOTO N PLU- 

I/BR, Ronsey, Soatnompton, thirtier merchonts, Maj 15 

at half.past 11, and Jane 15 at 11, Ckrart of Bankruptcy, 

Londoni Off. Aas. CsMnn; Sob. Sharp & Hanvon, 

Soothampton; FMsT, l,IQgPSOK«iUpl.«Kewaoad, Lsndott. 

—Fiat dated May 1. 
GBORGB ANDREWS^ dog's LfM, KoiMc, gmoer, tea 

dealer, and taUow utisdiir, ISoy U end Jmm U at 11, 

Coort of Bankraptaj^ London^ OfL Ast. Johnsoai Sols. 

Harrison & Dobree, Hart^stme^ Bloomsbury.— Flat dated 

May 4. 
EGBERT BARNBS, Woodhrite, Suffolk* innkeeper, dealer 
* and diapman, May 10 at Inlfflast 1, and June 14 at 1, 

Court of Banlmiptcy, london: Off. Ass. Johnson; Sols. 

Ewington, Ipswich ; Xhwaites, I^yon's-inn, London. — ^Fiat 

dated Mot 2. 
GEORGE DAY, Wuninlui, oaCtle «Bokr, dealer and diap. 
. «■•» Msrifi. aiii Jmmi^wk 1%, Bistoiet OmKtui Ba^ 

roptcy,- Bir mingh iin i Off. Ass. ^ffpy; Sols. Pullen, 
. ^^woesteri MWghi^ Blimiii^ai. WH dntedMsyJ. 



BENJAMIN DICKISON, litOe Tower-it., Londiimiii 
merchant, (latdy trading under the firm of B. Yopn & 
Dickison, Fort St. Mary's, Spain, and Little Tower.atrMk, 
London, wine merehants). May 17 at htlf-pist 11, od 
June 18 at half-paet 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Londoi: 
Off. Ass. Graham ; Sols. Hxtt & Mathews, Boiy^eoDit, St, 
Mary-aze.— Fiat dated April 2Sw 
FREDERICK EDWARD BALL, lata of Dowiifaii,Wilfe. 
shine, grocer, dealer and cfaopnan,bot now of Qiriitohnoh, 
Hampshire, out of bosinem. May 17 at 2, aod Jane \it 
11, Court of Baid^raptcy, London: Off. Asi. Bdnnb; 
SoL Cfaidley, 1, Guildhall-chambers, BasinghalUtnflL- 
Fiat dated March 5. 
WILLIAM HURCOMBE, Bristol, timber dealer, deak 
and chapman. May 18 and June 15 at 11, Diitriet Court 
of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Miller; Soli. Saloe, 
Bristol ; Trefaem & White, Barge-yard-chsmben, Biek. 
lersbury, London^ — ^Pmt doted A|wfl 28. 
CHARLES SHACKBLL, Bdstol, taikr and dn)Mr,Mer 
ond chapman, Moy 17 and Jor 14 at 11, Dlrtnet Coirt 
oTBoidaunloy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Hotton; Sob. Whittiag. 
ton & Gribble, Bristol ; Soir & GribUe, Lombariitreet- 
Fiat dated April 5. 
JOHN TAYLOR, Lincoln, boteher, dealer sod cH«8, 
Moy 23 ond June 13 ot half.past 10, Diitriet Cout of 
Bankruptcy, Kingston^apon-HuH : Off. Aas. Carridt; Sok 
Tweed, Lioooln ; Shackles & Son, Hull; Jooes k Son, 
MiDman-pl., Bedford-row, London.— Fiat dated Afiril % 
WILLIAM JACKSON, lato of IVowbri^ WilUfaiR, kit 
BOW of Birkenhead, Chesliiro, anctfoneer, May 17 wH 
June 6 at 11, District Court of BanknqitDy, \Jan^ 
Off. Aas. Morgan; Sols. HilKer, Biricenhead; FMptOB, 
Gray's-inn, London. — ^Fiat doted April 30. 
MARY JANE SHEPHARD, lirerpool, rietoAriaaiai. 
keeper, deoler and chapwomon, Moy 17aod Jaael^Ht 
Distrkt Court of Baarkroptoy, Lifoi^ool : Off. Am. Cm- 
MOfe; Sols. Owen, lAfmwAi Nechenole, New^ao,!^ 
doQ.~Fiat dated April 28. 
HUGH JONES, Watenide, Holyhead, Ai^ksiy, iBstaepv, 
dealer and chopann, Moy 15 ond Jane 8 at 11, Dbmct 
Court of Bonknipti^, Ltmpool: Off. hm. Ml Sd 
Woring, 4, White Lion-eooit, Comhill, Lwko.-Rit 
doted April 26. 
JAMES HAWORTH,CHtheroe,LoBcoshiia,eoioBMiWOT, 
deoler ond chapman, Moy 14 and June 4 at 1^^^ 
Court of Bankruptcy, Manehester : Off. Am. FruBr; Sob. 
Trappes, Clitheroe; Atkhmon Ik Co., Manobe^; wttr 
LinoohiV]nn.fields, London. — ^Plot doted April 2S. 
SEYMOUR DODD, Monchester, fbstiin wmabom 
deoler and diopmon, Moy 17 ond Jane 7 at 11, Dm» 
Co«t of Bankruptcy, Monofaestert Off. Am. Ho^ 
8oh. Sale & Co., Manchester; Reed & Co., Friday-dratr 
Cheapaide, London.~Piat dated Apifl 28. 

MnruroB. 
Jehm Zdutim, Riekmaasworth, HertferiUdrs, cmI f" 
chant. May 19 ot 2, Court of BmAiwplay, Lood<mt F^ 
Joeeph P. meeren, Red Lion-street, CMenwell, Ifitf^ 
byiimUc engineer, Moy 18 at 11, Court of Bakf^f^i 
London, bst ez.—/9An LtfipCst, Manchester, caMnA«<'f' 
May 18 ot 12, Distrkt Court of Boirimiptey, Bl0^ 
iMtes.— Anry ITtleov, Monchester, taaksr, May IS «^ 
Distriet Couitof Bonkniptcy, Moneheeler, kit ez^ WF 
AH^ RnsseU's HoB Iitm Wmte, neor Dudkv, Wfliv^ 
shfae, iron m a etef, May22otlO,DfatriotCeaitofBaiAwgg 
Birmingham, last ex.— IFfR. A. Wwrwidtt Cheatartao, U** 
bridgeshire, and CamWdgo, priiatar, liay 28 at half-p^^ 
Coort of Bonkruptey, London, and. ns.— 19a»y ^i 
Urevpool, oommiasion ogent, Moy 25 ot 11, Dislrid Citft* 
of Bonkmptcy, Lisorpool* and. no.— f^keiaot ^^^^^'ijfTL^ 
pool,meiehont, Moy25atll, Distiiot CooitofBaDkri^ 
Iiimpool,oad.oo.; BUy 29 ot U, dir^^-GterH ^-^f^ 
Lifarp«>l, news agent, Moy 25 ot 11, DistriotOoBit If Btf? 
nqptey, LiTerpool, ond. oc-VimU Hmehe^i. ^fSZ 
YoriEshko, oorrier, Moy 28 at 12, District Cosrtj'^ 
raptegr, Leeds,.ond. oo.— FToi. Moteem, Sheffield. X«f»2 
merahnt. May 26 at 10, District Court of Baokn^^;^ 
fieU. and. ns.— ^UnOom Naek, Netl^rton, WoRMWm 
soythe pUler, June 6 ot 12, District Court of B^^f^ 
BinniMham, and. ac ; June 7 aet 12, dif .-"JiwNf iW^ 
Rqgely* StaffbrdshiM^ ooaamon brewer. May 26 at U^lgr 
Cowt of Bonkantar* BinniujfaaiB» ond. oc-nMs s»^ 



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maker.* Am. JM. MeAolv, Lone -dlej, MoorAtUi, MUWe. 
lez, cabineC maker.— JNeil. B m ib tg , Pbot^Creet, Bdgrafe- 
•oure, Middlesex, itatioiiflr.— /on. DnomH, Floofh-yard, 
S&oreditdi, Middlem, brickl«rer.— Jlo6. SemrgiU, Foley-st, 
Ibrtland-plaoe, Middleaez, solioitor's derk.— /. (TrMturiMy, 
Wettmordaod-pUoe, Citj^road, Middlesez, watdi finiaber.— 
UriMh Bnmmiek, John-street-road, M i dd toacir, grooer'a 
ihopman. 

Afoy 19 el 10, b^9M Mr. Cm m imi imir Phillips. 

Biekard Banet, Exeter-it, Sloane-at, Chelsea, Middlesex, 
beer seller.— Hciiie/ Buekt§ tbe younger, Upper Baker-street, 
Uoyd-sqiiare, PentonTiDe, Bflddlesez, engrafer.— ^ejraiuKer 
Mmtgkmm, Bnrdett-st, Westminster-road, Lambeth, Surrey, 
eoffee-hoiiBe keeper.— Wm. Durand Cooper, King's-row, 
Walwofftb, Sarrey, time-keeper on the London and Dorer 
Rsflway.— CSI«0. HolfoUo BetmmmU, ArtUlery-plaoe West, 
BvnhOl.row, Middlesex, onft of bnsiness.— /«inft JUjr, Wil- 
litm-st. Canal-road, Hoxton Old-town, Middlesex, bridc- 
li^er.— ^y^ IWnsr, <toen-st., Tower-hill, and Park-row, 
Btepney, Middlesex, wfaie cot^per. 

May 21 «l 10, h^fort Mr, CommUoUmer Law. 

Jokm BrotkerHomt Gee-st., GotweU-st, Middlesex, oar- 
penter.— IVmI. Aikmi BUUmg, Ann-st, Waterloo-road, Snr- 
rsT, out oi bnsinesB. — Ooo. Lmtgridye, PoweD-street West, 
King-st., Goswell-road, Middlesex, assistant to a Manchester 
warehouseman.— CXm. A$^dr€W Ooorge SivraOf Harewood* 
pUee, Dorset-sqnare, Middlesex, derk in the Board o# TVade. 
-^Pkilip Larkimf, Qneen-st, Kinf's.road, Chelsea, Middle- 
sex, whsdwright.— «l<HMi/il4m TVffor, Essendon, West-end, 
Hertforddiire, labonrer. 

The following Pr i io nen ore ordered to he hrougki up hd6r9 
ike Oowrt, in Poriugmi»eir§ei, to he examined and deaii 
eriik aeeording to the Statntot — 

Map 18 at 11, h^fere Mr. OmmUeianer Haeeis. 
Ckri^opher Ladwim FHedriek Berrmam Knutk, Red Lion- 
et, Clerfcenwell, Middlesex, mannftictnrer of podut books. — 
/•An JuHan Jaeheon, SehofieU-plaoe, Falham-rond, Middle- 
dyer.— IM. Bopne, Oakley-tsrraoe, Old Kent-road, 




Mop 81 at 10, h^fkre tke Cmsw» CoMinanioinB. 

Ann. CvXsnf , Chantsn, Andover, Hasapfliire, earpeuter.**" 
Cehin Mariin, Wobnra-bnildhics, Taristock-sqiiare, Bfiddle- 
sex, commisdon-agent. — Ckarke Alderton, Coppioe-row, 
Cleikenwdl, Middlesex, bard-wood ontter.- fFiOtem .^«linf, 
Qneen-st, Hoxton-maricet, Hoxton, Middlesex, engrafer. 
Map 21 at 10^ h^f^ Mr* Oemmieeioner Law. 

Wm. Jonee. Bwkslsy sT Wsst, Connanght-sqaaie, E4ge- 
ware-road, Middlesex, derk to a tea dsaler.— wlsfssliit ^red. 
Jfbrd, Union-st, Sottftwvk, Sorrsy, bootmaker.—/. Bumlep 
Wonter, Unkm-st, Dlwiliiiiais -road, Sorrey, ont of employ. 
->iVtfnctf .^itfgn, CheynoHww, C hilsBa , M i ddl es ex , ' 
maker.— (Teer^ Cm*, St. John'«4sBB, West 
Middlesex, m no employ. 

jf%s ^Uowinp Prieonere nrs snisnsn ss he hronpnt f|p hffora 
mAdpe ^ tke Gemdp €kari, to he tnmimd and dealt 
witkaeeordinptotkeatatntet^ 
Ai tko C&untp Oomi qf Warw ieke k ir tf at Cotbmtrt, 

Map 23. 
T%owme Pakmer the yonnger, Corentry, ont of bosiness. 
At tke Coantp Cowrt ^ Cdrwutrtkemkiref at Carmarthbk, 
Map 22 at 2 
Wm. Hen. Land, Brynedre, Llandly, dianbroker. 
At tke Comntp Cowrt f^Deeonekire, at tke Castlb ^/IBxmn, 
Map 19 at 10. 
Jamee Waldron^ PIvmonth, brewer. ^/«mft Maddieott 
TomuMiam, 



Bovept Torquay, Fo 



, painter.— 7!lo«. Stanton, King's 



Lynn, Norfolk, master mariner.— /o^ Narraeott the yonnger, 
Totness, ood dealer.— G'«or^e Smitk, Exeter, svr?^or. — Wm. 
Laromp the yonnger, Brannton, near Barnstaple, farmer. 
Imsolybiit DsBTons' Diyidbnus. 
Meorp Starrer, KJngston-npon-Hnll, cement mannihotnrer, 
Lerett & Co.'s, Kingston-npon-Holl i 14«. 6if . in the ponnd. 
'^Peter Smitk S aa w eo n , Ipswidi, dlk mercer, May 5, 8. B. 
Jaduunan's, Ipswich : 20». in the pound* 



8xcoir» Bnnnov. In Sro., priM t*. i 

THE COURT OP CHANCERY: its inherent Defects, 
with, SoggecUoni for • Hemedy. Also an Appendix, eoataininf 
Eztracti from ETidence taken before ttie Select Comroitte* on Fmc 
Piepared it the leqnett of one of the Committee. By W. CHALUIIom, 
Eiq., A.B. Seoond Edition. 

StcreM tp Norton, K, Bell-yard, Lincotn*e4nn. 



Jnst pnbUthed, in Svd., price ts. M. ttfldttd, 
THOUGHTS on the REGISTRATION of tiie TITLB to 
•L LAND : its Adrantafie and the Means of Eifeotlnfr it Wltk Ob- 
eerrations upon the Bill to fsdUtate the Transfer of Real l*iop etti 
brought in by Mr. Dmmmond and Mr. Wood. By E. V. MEAL^ 
Esq., of Unooln's Inn, Barrister at Law. 

atoTens ft Norton, >S, BeU-yaid; and J. BIdfway, l»7, PIcendiHy. 



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I TION8 and ANSWEBS, from Easter Term, IMS, to Hflacy 
Term, lt48, oomplete in Two TotesMS. 
Vol. I includes from Easter TWn, I84S, to THntar Term, 1845. 
Vol. II from Michaelmas Term, 1845, to HOarr Term, IMS, indssiTe. 
Price lOt. M. each. Either Vdume may be had separatolj, oc any 
one Term for It. M., all pest free. 

Kdly ft 00., 19 and St, Old Boewdl eonrt. Temple-bar; aad dl Bookp 
sellers. 



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A TREATISE on the LAW oi EASfiMWra. Th« 
Beeond Edition. By CHARLES JAMEB QAIsE^'Ba^rt «< <h« 
Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. 
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with an Appendfac of Forms and of ttie Statutes relating to Axbltraiiea. 
By FRANCIS RUSSELL, Eson M. A.. Barrister ai Laww 

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THE BELLE SAUTAOE ESTATE, LUDOATB HIIX. 
rrUE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF CUTLERS are 

-'■ now Mopared to receive Tenders Ibr Lsaaea of tlilB «^>— **** 
Estate, whteh occupies an area of nearly 90,0<n square lfe«t, nad a4(otH 
on one side the open space formerly the site of the Fleet PxiaMi. It eoa- 
prises the eztensnre and very desirable premises within the Gateway of 
tJie Belle Sauvafe-yard, Ludgate-UU, consisting often houaea md w«i»- 
houses, numbered from 1 to !•, of whidi the Belle Sa«Tac» Hold terns i 
a considerable part. ThMe are also certain rooma ftootiM Lad- \ 
gate-hill; and there is a large ranee of ftabling, fte., at thm ^o^ or | 
north end of the yard, and approadied by the second ardnrnj. 
P r emises are most conredently situated, and are adm^im' ~ 
for an HoCd, Chambers, Warehouses, Clubhouses, and for 
Establishment requiring estensiTC accommodation. The 
property will expire at Michaelmas, 1849. but it may be 
by consent of the tenants, and Plans and forther pnrties 
obtained at the oflcet of Messm. Beaumont ft Tbotniean. !•> _ 
inn-fields; and of Mr. Riohard T^ass, Arehiiaet, U, Ltttla St. 
Apostle. 

Tenders may be submitted fot the whole or any part of ike 
and for any term of years; and they am to be sent, aaalod, to 
in Cloakplane, on or befose Wedneeday. the 9th May, 1849. 
JAMES BEAUMONT, 




l^ORWICH UNION UFB ASSURANCE SOCDDlL 

^^ founded a. s. 1808, upon the wincinle of Mutaal ^i rmn 

The accumulated intestments of this Society, irhi^ aso tlM mm^m 
of die insured alone, now exceed itt,t80,000, and were iacrwnjKd m5 
last earrent year of the Society's opentions in the sum of iB97.M0. ft* 
imaadiato partiehpatlon in Its prafts fo dblained by aU * 
are no shar eh o M e w to diminish thaae ptoAla. OI 
FIRST FITE ANNUAL PREMIXmS MAT REMAIN 

MANBNT CHARGE UPON THE FOUCT. The pre 

the age of 4< years are 18 per cent below the usual ratee, thacj 
Immediate bonus of £108 uposi every £1000 insured, la a 
bonuses. 

For Pro s pe ctu se s apply to the Society. OiSoes, 6, 
Bridge-street, Blaekfrbtra, and 18, Bircfain-Une. 



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court jurisdiction; meaning, we preeumey \>y written 
pleadings and evid^ice^ snch as are used in Chanceiy. 
But we doubt the wisdkyxn, «r indwd ^e praciicalHlity, 
of dispensing with some specific forms of plaint and de- 
fence. A modification of the forms of proceeding al- 
ready framed for, and adopted in, the county courts, 
adapting them to the purposes of an equitable jurisdic- 
tion, would not be a difficult taak. But it will, we 
trust, be kept in mind by those to whom the prepara- 
tion of any measure for giving equity jurisdiction to 
the county courts should be entrusted, that a consi- 
derable extent of precision in the form of proceeding 
will be as essential in the administration of equity be- 
tween poor litigants as it is between rich ones. There 
istanother pctnt, to which we trust attention will be 
paid, and that is, the retention for the public of the 
services of really educated and req)ectable legal practi- 
tioners. It is a question, whether the effect of the pre- 
sent county courts jurisdiction would not be more 
beneficial to the public, if for demands at least above 
10/. the scale of costs were such as to induce educated 
solicitors to practice in the county oovrts, or at least 
were not sudi as almost entirely to exclude them. The 
true principle has always appeared to us to be thb : 
that either no agents at all should be employed, 
or that the properly educated and respectable prac- 
titioner alone should l>e employed. Hence, in cer- 
tain cases, we should say, for common-law cases under 
107., and in equity cases under 907., It should be 
compulsory on parties to conduct their own cases; 
they should not, m such cases, be allowed to appear by 
any person whatever. But in cases above the pnrtiotx- 
lar fixed mlnimtnn^ tih« txists to be allowed in taxation 
should be such as to enable parties to avail themselves 
of the advice and assistance of professiomd men who 
have a professional reputation at stake. We trust, that, 
if the juriscBction of the county courts be extended in 
onoount at common law, and, in point of jurisdiction, to 
equity, this point wfll he kept in view. If it is not, 
the couxrty courts will be less useful than they 
might be. 

There is one other pointy with respect to an equity 
juiisdiction, to which we would call the attention of 
the Profession, and that is, how the standard is to be 
fixed for cases where there is no positively ascertaina- 
ble value at stake — such as cases of piracy, nuisance, 
and the like. These oases, we apprehend, might be 
dealt with by timiting the amount of t^e account which 
the defendant is to render, where, in Chancery, an ac- 
count of pn^fits would be ordered ; and by fixing a par- 
ticular amount of tonages, beyond which the plaintiff 
should not be entitled to recover at law, if the case were 
one for recovering damages at law as wdl as for relief 
in equity. In casea of specific perfbrmance, there 
would be no difficulty. If the agreement were for a 
purchase at a given price, of course there could be 
none. H it were fbr a lease, the calculated vahxe of 
fhe lease would alford the means of determining whe^ 
th€r the case would fall within the prescribed standard 
of value. Neither coidd there be any great difficulty in 
'finming forms of prooeeding. The judges found none 
in MSgp^og fbnns to the requirements of the praenit 
eMiBf^MWflBjvrisdiolkNi; «idwe4oubtiiot,^hat«iy 

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counsel of experience, would very easily frame rules and 
forms of procedure fbr suits in equity in the countr 
courts. 



A Summary of the Law of Attomies andScUcUcrSfi^ 
^ AiMXJkMOKM. PuLLcns ^^9-9 Bmnium, 

ILotukn: BuUerwortk^im,] 
This will be found a very useful wwk to wit 
young, and to many old, members of the juntor ktmk 
of the Profession, whose rights, duties, and liabilitieB 
are much more extensive and multifarious than miojr 
imagine. 

*' The ordinary business of attomies and soIidtoB," 
says Mr. Pulling, '^ at the present day, extendi om a 
' very wide field ; they are not only engaged in con- 
ducting the formal proceedings, both in cirii and 
criminal cases, in our oeorts of justice, and ^aerriai 
and receiving the requisite prooeeS) pleading m 
notices in sucti cases, and attending the courts, jad^ 
and public offices, but the avdueus and rafMaaii 
duties devolve on them of previously investigating 
the nuitters in oontroveniy, (oy peraonal comsmiia- 
tion with the cUeut they are retained kr),eelk^ 
and anidysing the evidence of the client's case, sun- 
moning the neccaeary witnesses, and taldij dm 
notes of the depositions preparatory to their \m 
sworn and examined in the cause, preparing and m" 
vering the brieis, &c. for tiie trial or hearing, m 
taking the necessary proceedings consequent on tae 
judgment of the Court. 
'< In addition to these duties in oovts of jnsbi^ 
this class of practitioners are al«o generally employed 
in fiolioitiag business in Parliament, ebtainiivfimte 
acts, and attending Parliamentary committees, tbj 
Privy Council, &c., and acting as acents befo re w 
revenue and other publie bou^ of com Mto^ 
and gene rally on behalf of rooh pubtic bediw^oeipcft' 
tions, and public companea. 
^ It appears, moreover, to eome within tw Mgrn- 
mate and pecufiar provinoe <^ attornies and soliatcOi 
at the present day, to draw and prepare *" 

wills, deeds^ settlements, securities, and 
(though this was formerly croisiderBdwiit of 
province), and aim to e^ndoct negeiar^ " 
aad soHoit loans, superi&te&d the maaai^ 
the letline, purchasms^ and aelliag of profei^r^ 
and annuities; to collect and receive rents, owot^ 
invest and dispose of monies, and find auffio^ < 
rities for such purposes; to investigate the vOn 
property offered as seountiffis or lu^v^mM^tJ' 
arrangementa between dehton and cradit«% w 
ties in numerous ot^»r nlationai domeatirar^""' 
dal: thus acting generally in Uie distinct 
of proeuratori^ negotiators^ conw^ncen^ < 
adviterSf agents^ itewardsy receivers^ coUodMh 
performing a portion of the dvfies andenfSy-' 
on stivMMsrf* 

From these positieps, c f^afy ^ne of wUdi lb* 
supports by a referenoa to autboiities, it ^ ^^ 
that the diffionli^ is zather to ascertain m^ » 
than what is, proper profieaslonal busoneas ^ ^\^ 
ney or solicitor. Mr. Pulling explains ver ycMff 
Ills readers at the outset, tiiat lie does not |*^ 
sR>ar into the regions ^ moral m mteUeetoil "^ 
sdtcitors and attoraiea, Init mmmfy #> iafiw ^ 
wluitJBthdr eacact statu*— wbat i&w ^«^' 
ties, rights, and privilemi^ l«ffal and eqiutaUo* 
wfxik is, consistently witli ihu plan, atric tily^J 
book, and authentMB «m ixiiiiiai ^ l a 
ewv material Jtatemeprt. We x^aoaamead fawsw 
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wine merdianty May 31 at 12, Coart of Bankniptcy, Londoiif 
diT. 

Cbrtifioat«8. 
To be allowed, unleu Cauee be shewn to the contrary on or 
b^ore the Day qf Meeting, 
George Camumt Proapect-plaoe, Bali'a-pond, Middlesex, 
bricklayer, Jane 6 at 11, Court of Benkmotcy, London.— 
Joseph Johneon the younger, Uxbridge, Middletez, and Ifer, 
Buckinghamshire, common carrier, Sfay 29 at 12, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London.— -fTni.PiMjr, Philpot-lane, Fenchurch- 
street, London, merchant. May 31 at 11, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London. — FFm. Waterman, Brenchley, Kent, farmer. 
May 31 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — W, Simmone, 
Piccadilly, Middlesex, tobacconist. May 30 at 1, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London.— George Bait, Moorgate-st., London, 
tailor, May 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— Cl«r/ef 
Sneezum, Woodbridge, Suffolk, grocer. May 30 at half-past 
11 , Court of Baidunptcy, London. — Jamee Bobineon, Slough, 
Buckinghamshire, grocer. May 29 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London.— JB<ftoar(f Burnett the younger, Hanham, Bitton, 
Gloucesterriiire, cattle dealer, May 31 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, BristoL — Bdwin Brooier, Cheltenham, Glouces- 
tershire, carver, May 31 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Bristol.— rAot. B, Jones, Brecon, maltster. May 29 at 11, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, BristoL— TTm. Lee Adams, 
SeVbj, Yorkshire, clockmaker, May 29 at 11, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Leeds. — James Cooper, Newcastle-under- 
Lyme, Staffordshire, smallware dealer, June 12 at 10, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. 

TV be allowed by the Viee'Chaneelhr of tha High Comri qf 

Chancery, acting in Banhmptcy, tmleee Cause be shewn to 

the contrary on or before May 29. 

James Thompson, Leeds, Yorkshire, tea dealer. — Robert 
Asf{forth, Birmingham, hardwareman.— TAoiNot Nesbitt and 
Bobert Cairns Nesbitt, Sunderland, Dnriiam, brewers. — 
Christopher John Spence, Stockton-upon-Tees, Durham, 
timber merchant. — Joseph R. Price, Aberdare Iron-works, 
Glamoi^ganshire, druggist — Wm, T^iomley, Ripley, Derby- 
•hire, grocer. — Thos, Wileoek, Eagin Coffoc-house, Hounds- 
ditdi, London, cutler. — Abraham J, Crowther, Church Gar- 
forth, Yorkshire, draper.— /oAn Holley, Norton St. Philip, 
Somersetshire, miller.— /oAii Frayne, North Molton, Deron- 
jhire, draper. 

Fiat Anvullbd. 

John Wesson, Nottingham, lace manulkcturer. 
Scotch SsauBtTRATioK. 

Wm. Wilson, New Scone, near Perth, wool spinner. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who have filed their Petitions in the Court qf Bankruptcy, 

and have obtained an Interim Order fir Protection from 

Process, 

James Anstey, Birmingham, fruiterer, May 21 at 2, County 
Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham. — Bet^amin Badmin, 
Walton, Somersetshire, teasle dealer, June 1 at 11, County 
Court of Somersetshire, at Wells. — John Lawrence Hinton, 
East Stonehouse, Deyonshire, out of business, June 21 at 11, 
County Court of Deronshire, at PlymonUi,— ^/oiiim Law, 
Kettering, Northamptonshire, stonemason, May 17 at 3, 
County Court of Northamptonshire, at Kettering. — Daniel 
Budth, BaTcny-wood, Neen SaTace, Shnmahire, miner. May 
25 at 10, County Court of Shropshire, at Cleobnry Mortimer. 
— 7Ao0MEf Datfies, Briary-hill, BedwiU^, Monmouthshire, 
mason. May 24 at 10, County Court of Monmouthshire, at 
Tredegar. 

The following Persons, who, on their eeveral Petitions filed in 
the Court, have -obtained Interim Orders for Protection 
from Process, are required to t^ear in Court as herehufler 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugat-etreet, Lin- 
coln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 
according to the Statute: — 

May 22 at 11, brfore Mr, Commiesioner Haebis. 
' /mim PAtfpoff, Upper Whitecross-street, St Luke's, Mid- 
dlesex, cheesemonger.— .n^. H. Collron, BlaokAriars-road, 
Surrey, tailor.— fFfM. John Layboum, Prebend-street, Cam- 
den-town, Middlesex, carpenter.*— /•<« Huthereall, Durham, 
■treet, Yauxhall, Surrey, out of busfaiess.— /o^ T, Goodwin, 
MaaOMUir'iltnfit, Gray'i-inn-road, MiddleMz, outofbiii. 

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ness.— T^ofNot Steel, William-street, Notting-hill, Keonif 
ton, Middlesex, baker.*— /oAfi C Crittenden, Prebeod-phe 
Camden-town, Middlesex, out of business. 

May 24 at 10, brfore Mr, Commissioner Law. 
James Goodman, Valentine-row, Blackfriars-road, Sunt 
dealer in milk.— ileiecca Durley, London-street, TottCDbao 
court-road, Middlesex, out of business. 

Saturday, May 5. 
The following Assignees have been appointed. Farther fa 
ticulars may be teamed at the Ofice, in Portugel'tt.t Lk 
coln'S'inn'fields, on giving the Number qf the Case, 
J, Pearson, Gilding Wells, Yorkshire, &nner, No. 70,54 
C. ; Samuel Hall, assignee. — Richard Cashing, EtMa 
street. Commercial-road, MiddlMex, master mariner, N( 
60,392 T. ; George Webb, assignee.— /oiU Heath, Binning 
ham, gun furniture maker, No. 70,608 C; William Morga 
assignee.— fTt/Ztafn Hall, Goodmandiester, HnntfaigdonshiR 
grocer. No. 70,797 C. ; Christopher Jordan and Jolm I 
Sbarpe, assignees. — W, G, Gore, Margate, Kent, ihipwnglit 
No. 60,548 T. ; Thos. L. P^ttman, as^ee.— i9. Wookidft 
Blythe-marsh, Dilhome, near Cheadle, Staffordshire, tamer 
No. 26,432 C. ; Wm. Lymer, assignee.— /oAa J WiUari 
Brighton, Sussex, lifery-stable keeper, No. 70,676 C. ; line 
Alexander, assignee. — Bet^.Bayes, Ghreat Yarmouth, NorfoH 
pork butcher. No. 70,815 C. ; J. Steggles, assignee. 

Saturday, May 5. 
Orders have been made, vesting in the ProvlsUmel Amgut 
the Bstates and Elfects qf the following Persent,"- 
(On their own PetUionsJ, 

Wm. Smith, High-street, Bow, Middlesex, Isboorar: in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— Joibi DarmOtk 
younger, Denbigh -street, BelgrsTe-road, PinUioo, MiddkKXi 
carpenter : in the Debtors Pnson for London and Middleiex. 
— fTin. Waterhouse, Denbigh-street, Belgrafe-rosd, Fimlico. 
Middlesex, carpenter : in the Debtors Prison for London md 
Middlesex.— Her^tr/ Handeoek, Gordon-street, Qtf-ioiil, 
Middlesex, gold beater : in the Gaol of Horsemooger.lme.- 
James Wilson, Cannon-street, London, and Alton, Hmp* 
shire, tailor : in the Queen's Prison.— Jot. Btaeimsa, White- 
street, Borough, Southwark, Surrey, licensed rictoiUer: in 
the Gaol of Horsemonnr-lane.— 7. H. H, BmgH ^' 
nard's-inn Coffee-house, Holbom-hill, London, oot of bo^cA 
in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesei.-7^l««' 
Cooper, Charles-street, Middlesex Hospital, Middleset, houe 
decorator : in the Debtors Prison for London snd Middkiex. 
^Charles Morris, Pratt-street, Camden-town, MiAiloOi 
artist : in the Queen's Prison. 

(On Creditor^ Petition). 

Charles Peirce, Northampton-street, Lower-road, U»l* 
ton, Middlesex, oowkeeper : in the Dd>tors Priioo for u^ 
don and Middlesex.— JRo^er/ Henry Bartlett, Epsom, Sm^ 
gentleman : in the Gaol of Horsemonger-lane. 

COn their own Petitions). , 

John Narracott the youngo*, Totnes, I^^^o^^^'''^ 
merchant : in the Gaol of St. Thomas the Apottle.--Cn|*|| 
Smith, St. Sidwell's, Exeter, sunreyor : in the Gsolof Kxe« 
—Thomas Hasland, Sheffield, Yorkshire, table-bl^k foil> 
in the Gaol of Radford Pererel.— /oimct Horrf^eU, Bn*^ 
Yorkshire, out of business : in the Gaol of YoTk.-'Wm 
Laramy the younger, Braunton, Deronshire, ^'"■^'illj 
Gaol of St. Thomas the Apostle.— /oAti Mason, Stefi^ 
Yorkshire, sawmaker : in the Gaol of Radford Pev^'^i^M 
Marshall Pratt, Eye, near PMeri>orougfa, Northsis^J*" 
in no business : in the Gaol of Northampton.— ii^'^ 
ber, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, licensed ''^''t^ 
the Gaol of Lancaster.— Jot. Bailey, Huhne, MmgJJJ 
freensrocer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— /m. ^^^',^LJ, 
Mandbester, retail dealer in ale s in the Gaol of I^f^ 
D. Cook, Boothe, near liTcrpool, ale dealer: in mj^ 
Lancaster.— Geo. Gilbert, Birmingham, stamper: &!«»«■ 
of Corentry.- /Of. Holroyd, Winterton, near BjUt»-rg 
Humber, Lincolnshire, assistant druggist: in the ^'^jfr^ 
eoln.— Ann. Htdme, Siddington, near Congletoo, w^JJ 
labourer: in the Gaol of Chester.— Ami. ^'^iu 
Manchester, timber dealer: in the Gad of Law^J^^'^ 
Theobald, Chmrlum-upon-Medloek, Manehsfter, 1^^ 
tuaUer: in the Gaol of Lancaster.-/^. Wclw^O^-g 
Leeds, Yoriuhire, grooer : In the Owl of Unce^'^"^ 

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printer, Jane 4 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. 
— TFiM. B. H, Guillaumef Botley, Soathampton, timber mer- 
chant, June 4 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Iiondon, aud. ac. 
'—Joseph H. Page, Pancras-lane, London, auctioneer, June 4 
at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. — T, Withers, 
St. Dunstan'a-hill, London, wine merchant, June 4 at 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — John Walker, 
Upper Seymour-8t., Edgeware-road, Middlesex, hotel keeper, 
June 4 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac — 
Thomas Fhyd, Wendofer, Buckinghamshire, cattle dealer, 
June 6 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. 
ac. — Wm. Watemum, Brenchley, Kent, former, June 6 at 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Joseph HtMs, High 
Wycombe, Buclonghamshire, coppersmith, June 6 at 1, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Jane Davis, Walton-on- 
lliames, Surrey, builder, June 7 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, aud. ac. — John Titmkmeon, liferpool, and Runoom, 
Cheshire, stonemason, June 11 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. ; June 13 at 11, dlT. — /. Cheshire, 
Hartford, Cheshire, salt manufiioturer, June 11 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. ; June 12 at 12, 
diT. — Chas. Lee, Marlborough-cottages, Harlborou|^-road, 
St. John's-wood, Middlesex, jeweller, June 7 at 2, Court of 
Bflji^aiiptcy, London, and. ac. — Caleb Bell, Darlington, Dur- 
ham, whitesmith, June 12 at half-past 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and. ac^-John Wilson 
the younger, Ogle, Whalton, Northumberland, timber mer- 
chant, June 5 at half-past 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and. ac.— Jo^ S. Rablah, Barnard 
Castle, Durham, tanner, June 7 at 11, District Court of Bank- 
nqptcy, Newcastle-upon-^^rn^ aud. ac. — Bdward Bnowdon, 
South Shields, Durham, grocer, June 7 at half-past 10, Dis- 
trict Court of BankruDtc^, Newoaatle-npon-Tyne, aud. ac. — 
T^iiot. Coaies, Sunderknd, Durham, wine merchant, June 8 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
aud. ac. ; June 12 at 1, dir.— .^rlAur Jamae, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, oil merchant, June 5 at 12, District Court of 



Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. ~ George RougemaU^ 
Broad-street-bnildings, London, merchant, June 4 at 2, Cooit 
of Bankruptcy, London, dir.— 1{. C. Kingtford and Henry L 
Barnwell, Seaton, Ickham, Kent, and Catherlne.ooiirt,Tow«r! 
hUl, London, millers, June 6 at 12, Court of Bankropfay, 
London, div. — Oeorge Teil and Basil WKensie RomUi, Old 
Jewry-chambers, London, East India merchants, Joae 5 it 
11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, di?. — Wm, Buehau^ 
Old Jewry-chambers, London, merdiant, June 6 at 11, Cooit 
of Bankruptcy, London, diy, — Wm, H. Mann, Maldea-hoe, 
Queen-st., Cheapside, London, lead merdiant, June 8 it 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. — Henry 8. Breziv, 
Oxford, tailor, June 8 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, liondoo, 
diy. — John Prioe, Queen's-head-pasaags, Newgate-st, Loa* 
don, innkeeper, June 8 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Loadsa, 
diY,-^Bvan Parry, Pontypool, Monmouthshire, draper, Jsoe 
7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, div.-^M. If. 
Penman and I%os, Penman, Sunderland, apotheosriss, Joae 
11 at 1 , District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-apoa-I^ 
div. aep. est. of/. M, Penman. — Wm, Barker, B-oyton, wr 
Oldham, Lancashire, millwright, June 6 at 12, Distriet Cooit 
of Banlamptcy, Manchester, div. — Ber^amin Smith, Aihtoa- 
under-Lyne, Lancashire, tailor, June 6 at 11, District Coot 
of Bankruptcy, Manchester, diw,-^John Cochcrtift the dder 
and Abraham Fletcher the younger, Cheetham, MsneihesterT 
stuff merchants, June 4 at 12, District Court of Bankroptej, 
Manefaeater, diT. sep. eat. of A. FleM^er the yoongsr.— 21ml 
Hardwiek and Winter Hmrdmidt, Leeds, Yorkddn, aao- 
tioneers, June 4 at 12, Distriet Court of Bankraptcy, Leedi, 
diT.— /o«. Sw\ft and Tom N, Swift, Huddecsfield, Yorkihire, 
chemists, June 1 at 11, District Court of Bsnknq^, 
Leeds, dir, sep* est. of Joseph 8w\p,-^ohM MorfiU tie 

Jounger, New Wortley, Leeds, Torkriiiie, llsx fpinner, 
une 1 at 11, Distriet Court of Baiduntpty, Leeds, dif.- 
WUUam lUaistth Shdield, Yorkshire, merokant, Jnaei it 
IQ, Diatriot Court of Rankmptoy, SheffieU, div.-teyf 
Priee, Wolverhampton, fitaflordshue, |irinler, Jane U it 12, 
'^' iet Coot of Bankruptcy, Birminj^iam, ^i.—WilUsm 
, Letoaattf) bnilder, Jiine 8 at 12, Dbtrict Cout of 
Lmptoy, NottmgliaB, dtv. — Leoemrd Thon^^ssn, Wnt- 
vsniA, Stdfordshire, ooach^spring maker, June 13 it 12, 
Fiet Cosfft of Bankrupley, Bmningkam, div« 

Cbrtifioatb«. 
t sUhwed, u$Uees Omwe he shewn to the eonirmfmer 

k^fbre the Day qfMeeHn§. 
m. Gambler Walker, Newiek, Sussex, apotheotry, Joe 

half-poit 11, Court of B«ikniptcy, LondoiL-^iiri 
we, Brentford, Middlesex, groeer, June 5 at 11, Court of 
anqitoy, LondoiL— Thos, Jn^4^ Weado««r, Buc fcii# iP- 
, cattle dealer, June 6 at hal^past 12, Coort of Bu^ 
xf liondon. — Geo. ^Mieti, Bayle^, Essex, ianksepa, 
8 at 11, Court of Baidmipt^y, London. — ^«pM 
ilus mu, St. Neot'a, HoptingdoBS^im, plumber, )«•& 
, Court of Bankruptey, London. — Patrick Crmeishak, 

MehrilUt and Wm, E^wttUr^ Street, Anstin-fiittii 
ion, merdiants, June 6 at 11, Court of Bsnkniptcyi 
lon.~/oAii Nash, Qlobe-whaif, Botherhithe, Surrey, n^ 
"tsrm, Strood, Kent, tfanber merchant, June8itliilf- 
11, OoOTtoTBankniptoy, London.— r. PMrMm BlmA- 
it., Portman-sq., MiddkaeK, butterman, June 14 it Ui 
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whom the appeal was made were unanimouB in their 
judgment, and that it was delivered in a manner and 
under circumstances calculated to encourage confidenoe 
in the administration of justice. An opinion has for 
some time prevailed in the public mind, that any con* 
yiction in a criminal case, which could be carried to 
the House of Lords, might be nullified. The case of 
QBrien v. The Queen will operate favourably in chang- 
ing this opinion. 

THE CHARITABLE TRUSTS BILL. 

We have before ua a bill which is proceeding in the 
right direction with respect to the simplification of 
Chancery proceedings, and in particular with respect 
to the conferring of an equity jurisdiction upon County 
Courts. It is intituled, ^'A Bill for £Eu;ilitating and 
better securing the due Administration of Charitable 
Trusts;" Mid the following is the printed summary of 
the clauses: — 

Petition may be presented to Lord Chancellor or 
Master of the Rolls where the income of the charity 
exceeds 30/., and does not exceed IQOl,; sect. 1. 

Master to proceed on petition ; 2. 

Orders of Master to De valid without eonfiraaMon, 
and to be enforced like orders of Court ; 8. 

Master may make special reports or ordflXB,.0iibjeci 
to confirmation ; 4. 

Master may order advertisements, &c.; 5. 

State of £Mt8 may be dispensed wiUi, and Master m^y 
regulate proceedings; 6. 

Master to have usual powers; 7. ^ 

Judges of county courts to have jurisdiction in cases 
of charities the incomes of which do not exceed 90^./ 8. 

Jud^ not to settle scheme without previous notice by 
advertisement, and may direct notices in other cases ; 9. 

Judge not to proceed on appUoation aUtei notice given 
in certidn cases ; 10. 

Order of judge not to be appealed from, except as 
herein otherwise provided, ana to be enforced as under 
9 & 10 Vict. c. 95; 11. 

Appeal and proceedings on appeal ; 1^ 13. 

Bond to prosecute appeal may be put in suit; 14» 

Power to Court of Chancery in certain eases ta order 
what judge shall have jurisdiction ; 16. 

In cases of charities the incomes of which do not ex- 
ceed 30/., not subject to jurisdiction of a judee of a 
county court, petition may be presented to Lord Chan- 
e^or, &c. ; 16. 

Court of ChanoexT n^y refer to a judge of the oaunty 
OQurt any matters which may be referred to a Master; 17* 

Judge not to try titles^ &o., but may direct suits^ &c. 
for that purpose; 18. 

Contents of affidavits as to amount of income; 19. 

In cases of charities for religieus purpeses^ trustees to 
be of same religion ; 2D. 

Incorpomticm of treasurers of oonnty courts; 21, 

Land nolden upon trust for a oharity subject to juris- 
diction of Court of Chancery and of judge, may be 
vested in treasurer; 22. 

Treasurer to be a bare trustee; 23. 

Memorandum of vesting order may be indorsed on 
title-deeds; 24. 

W Judge may order trustees^ &c.^ holding stook, &o. be- 
longing to a charity subject to his jurismction, to tisns- 
fbr same to treasurer; 2$. 

Judge may^ upeni^lieatkm of persons h<^^ng ofaa^ 
lit^E- monies, order psryment thereof to ti«asarer|26. 

Judge may direot mveelmest ci ehauty monice;^ 27. 

Txaisfcis of stock to Slid by treaansar, how: made ; 28» 



Treasurer to keep separate acoount of funds of eadi 
charity; 29. 

Record of proceedings; 30. 

By whom applicati<ms may be made ; 31. 

Costs; 32. 

Lord Chancellor may make orders for reg^ulating pro* 
ceedings of courts under this act; 33. 

Accounts of trustees of chiurities to be delivoed to 
clerk of county court ; 34. 

Act not to extend to religious or charitable inst^- 
tions supported by voluntary contribuUons; 36. 

Legal estate of hereditaments now vested in munid- 
pal corporations on charitable trusts to be vested in 
trustees, 5 & 6 WilL 4, c. 76; 36. 

Interpretation clause ; 37. 

Act may be amended or repealed; 38. 

The scope of this bill is to transfer the jurisdiction of 
the Court of Chancery over charities, where the desr 
yeariy income of a charity shall not exceed 30/!., to the 
County Court within whose district the objects or pQ^ 
poses of the charity shall be, (clanae 8); and whwiTfT 
the income of a charity shall exceed 30/., but not ex* 
ceed 100/., then to work the jniisdietioii of the OnA 
of Chancery entirely in the Master^s office, upcma 
petition, supported by affidavit, not requiring any 
order of reference, nor any order confirming the Mss< 
ter*s report: in foot, substituting the Histsr (wiA 
certain qualifications) for the Court. 

The process under this act would be, for thslaxgei 
class of charitiea within it, to present a petiticm to tiu 
Court of Chancery or to the Master of the BAlls^aet 
ting forth the facts of the oase ooastitatuig the ground 
of application, and praying the derired relief. There- 
upon, withont ^edal or^c, hut by force of the ac^ 
the matter stands referred to the Mastai, who vH 
therefore proceed, and make such orders upon th^ 
petiti<m as the Court might now make va a sait legai 
larly constitated, (sect 2); and this he may do npoi 
the petition, witiiout any state of £uta or psapoM^ 
unless he shall think it neeessaxy to have sadli stal 
of fiu!ts or poDoposal^ (sect. 6). We are glad to am he^ 
proposed to the consideration of the T^siatniy & pla^ 
which we,, soma time ago, advocated in Xhx Jnsm 
viz. the ahandonment, at least in oect«in cases in t^ 
Mastoids office, of the <<atate of ftets;'' a donmaH 
which is generally, as we conceive, surplnssge if wti 
drawn, and an impediment if ill dxawiu 

The 6th seetiea oi this aet is^ a> impoKta&i».aa>eQ* 
taining the germs of an im^o¥emenion.th0 pesoBediTH 
in the Maeter'o offioe^ that we wiH.intaifc wrrhatwi* } 
la as foUoiBs;— 

** Be it enactsd, that, sohjeot to any ordan mada ^ 
iha Lord Chanedlor, aa herein pievided, tlia Maatj 
may, in pvooeediBg nnder thia-aot^pisoeaed o&aood 
of the petition, without any state of fiwta ox propH 
in writing, nnless^.fox sopplying any deficieney ha tl 
statement or prayer of the petitiim^ or othenrisi^ha m 
fit and direct thai any statement ot psspoaal be naaj 
byany parlj; and the Master miQF^aa he aasf sea | 
dispense with any wanants m the oonusa of iha ps^ 
ceedings, and also, firom time to time, direei ^mJ^'w^ 
rants to ba takea out by any pactiiw n O endhy t] 
proceedings, and fix the times at which ugf wr»n 
shall he retumahb befona him„oratwiiiolL a^F 94 
eeedingsneosssaiy to-be taken dtallba taken, and an 
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-, . , jj f (Petitioii-day). — ^Petitions, (unopposed 

™***y **\ first). Short Cauacs, and Cauaei. 

Saturday 9 f Fleas, Demurrers, Ezoeptioiis, Causes, 

Monday 11 j and Farther Directions. 

Tuesday 12 Motions. 

Bf^brt Vics-Chanckllor Knioht Brucb, ai WtiiminHir. 

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Wednesday 23 Bankrupt Petitions and Causes. 

m. , nA f Fleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

^'^^'y 2^\ and Further Directions. 

Friday 25 Petitions and Causes. 

Saturday 26 Short Causes and Causes. 

Monday 28 1 Fleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

Tuesday 29 j and Further Directions. 

Wednesday .... 30 Bankrupt Petitions. 

Thursday ...... 31 Motions. 

Friday June 1 (Petition-day). — ^Petitions and Causes. 

Saturday 2 Short Causes and Causes. 

Monday ........ 41 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

Tuesday 5 j and Further Directions. 

Wednesday 6 Bankrupt Petitions. 

Thursday....... 7 Motions. 

Friday 8 (Petition-day). — Petitions and Causes. 

Saturday 9 Short Causes and Causes. 

TLT^.. j-« 1 1 / Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

^^^^■y ^H end Further Directiois. 

Tuesday 12 Motions. 

Brfbre Yicb-Chancbllor Wioram, at Wettminster, 
Tuesday .... May 22 Motions and Causes. 

Wednesday ..... 23 (Petition-day).— Petitions and Causes. 

Thursday ...... 24 1 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

Friday 25 j and Farther Directions. 

Saturday 26 Short Causes and Ditto. 

qJl^J LI Flew. Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

Wn^Ly::::; SOj and Further Dlrectiops. 

Thursday 31 Motions and Ditto. 

s«t«rd.y 2{'''fi°;:t)?*;rc.^!^'"'^""°'"^ 

qrj^*y * ' fc Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

WednS^iv'.:::: ej •»<! Further Direction.. 

Thursday 7 Motions and Ditto. 

•p . »^ g f Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

y • • • 1 and Further Directions. 

•SatiirdaT gf Short Causes, Petitions, (unopposed 

y 1 first), and Causes. 

iif nn«io» 1 1 J Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 

^^"**"y 11 -[ and Farther Directions. 

Tuesday 12 Motions and Ditto. 



COMMON-LAW SITTINGS, IN AND AFTER 
TRINITY TERM, 1849. 

Court ot Aueen's Sench* 

MiDDLBSEX.~/n Term, 
Thursday, May 24, and following days, at 11. 
Monday 28, and subsequent days, at 11. 



Court oC Common |IUa«« 

Jfi Term* 



1st sitting 
2nd sitting. 



3rd sitting. . Saturday. . June 9, at half-past 9 precisely (for 

undefended causes only). 
4fter Term, — ^Wednesday, June 13, at half-past 9. 
A list of causes will be printed immediately; but on the un- 
contradicted statement of either side that a cause is too long to 
be tried in term, it will be withdrawn from such list, and a 
small number of completed and new causes will be put into the 
list day by day in their usual order. 

London.— /» Term. 
Sitting at 10, on Monday, June 11, for undefeuded causes, 
and such causes as are tried in Middlesex after term, with 
judgment of the term. 

4^er Term. — ^Thursday, June 14, to adjourn. 

N. B.—The hours of attendance at the Marshal's Office of 
this Court will in future be from 11 till 5 during term and 
sittings, instead of from 11 to 2, and 6 to 8. 

4 



LOiniOK. 

Wednesday 

Wednesday 



Jfcy30 



MIODLSSSX. 

Friday May2h 

Friday June 1 

4^er Term. 
Wednesday JumelZ | Thursday /aacU 

The Court will sit at ten o'dodc in the forenooa on esck of 
the days in term, and at half-past nine precisely on eadi of the 
days alter term. 

The causes in the list for eadi of the above sitting dsjs in 
term, if not disposed of on those days, will be tried by adgoom- 
ment on the days following each of sudi sitting days. 

On Thursday, the 14th June, in London, no caoaei will be 
tried, but the Court will adjourn to a future day. 

Cfclfteqtter of lg^\tn$^ 

In Term. 



LONDON. 

1st sitting, Tuesday. . Mmf 29 
2nd sitting, Tuesday. . June % 



MIDDLESEX. 

1st sittmg, Wednesd., May 23 
2nd sitti^, Wednesday . . 30 
3rd sitting, Wednesd., June 6 

4fterTerm. 

Wednesday JunelZ I Thursday JiowU 

I (To adjourn only). 

The Court will sit in Middlesex, at Nisi Prius, in term, by 
adjournment, from day to day, until the causes entered for tbe 
respective Middlesex Sittings are disposed of. 

The Court will sit, during and after term, at ten o'clock. 



COMMON-LAW CAUSE LISTS, TRINITY 
TERM. 

Court of Aueen'0 Sendu 

NEW TRIALS 
Remainino undetermined at the End of the Set- 
tings AFTER Easter Term, 1849. 



Standing for Judgment. 
Doe d. Campbell v, Hamilton 
Doe d. Clay v, Jones 

For Argument. 

Easter Term, 1848. 

Kent — Doe d, Warren ». 

Brydges {8, 0.) 
Sussex — Forth v. Simpson 

(part heard). 
Leicester — Bailey ». Ma- 1 
cauley V 

Warw. — Same v, Pearson J 
[To come on for argument 
with Bailey v. Haines, of 
Mich. Term, 1843.] 
Liv'pool — Hassall v» Cole 

Mich. Term, 1848. 
Midd. — Grardner v. Slade 
(part heard). 
„ Hulse V. Esdaile 
Lond. — Baum r. Ricketts 
„ Baily v. Haines I 
„ Same 9. Macauley > 
„ Same e. Pearson J 
[Of Easter Term 
last ; to come on 
for argument 
with the above.] 
„ Same v, Bracebridge 
[Of Hilary Term, 
1849; to come 
on for argument 
with same.] 
„ Small V. Nairn 
Essex — Sturges v. Cooper 

[Stands for arrange- 
ment.] 



Essex— Doe d. Carter f. Btr- 

nett 
Devon — Doe d, Moore & aa. 
9. Dunning & an. 
Bristol— Scott v. Ferris 
Cardigan — Reg. v. Bovea 
York— Reg. f. Inhabitants of 
Brightside Bieriov 
„ Same r. Inhabs. of At- 
terdiffe com Daruall 
„ Same v. Inbabitsnts of 
Tinsley 
Durham— Jenkyns f. Hutch- 
inson 
Lancaster — Robinson f. Wtd- 

dington & an. 
Liv'p.— Walley f. Sto&e&op. 
„ Company of Profirie- 
tors of Rochdale 
Canal f. King 
„ James & ors. f. Lynn 
„ Jenkyns f. Brown 
Camb. — Hammond r. Ben- 
dyshe 
„ Fuller F. Brown 
„ PrestonF.TitGhBBsr^ 
Suffolk— Doe d. Marriott r. 
Marqub of Hert* 
ford 
„ Rndland f. MiDs 
Oxford— AUen f. GiUces 
„ Same r. Samo 
Worcester— Doe d. Menoe ». 

Hadley 
Stafford— Bate f. Ptoe 

Dried duriny Miek, Tenn, 
1848. 
Midd.— Gi^ F. AustiA 



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NBW TRIALS. 



Eabtsr TSmM, 1848. 
Midd.— Franklin v. M*Leod 
Lond. — Lewis v, Campbell 
„ Walker V. Giles 
„ Bayley v. WiUoBS 
„ Somerville t>. Haw- 
kins 
,y Jones V. Broadhofat 
Surrey— Penncll «. Stephens 
Somerset — Lee 9. Lester 

Tbinitt Term, 1848. 

Midd.— Sawyer v. Langford 
„ Thorogood v, Bryan 

LiOnd.— French v. Candy 
„ Maxey v, Thomas 
„ Rathbone v. Clarke 
,y Green v. Slack 
„ Groom v. Watson 
,1 Smith V. Thompson 

Michaelmas Tbbm, 1848. 

Midd.— Morgan p. Rdd 

,, Newton v, Chaplin 
Midd.— RnsseU v. Tubb 

„ Smith r. Pritchard 
Lond»-<— Monaghan v. Walker 
„ Ktch V. Martyr 
,f Howard v. Moll 
,, Smith V. Hull Glan 

Co. 
„ Moss V, Smith 
ff Stebbing v. Spicer 
Denbigh— Doe d. Williami v. 

Sparrow 
Chester— Worthiagtonv. War- 
rington 
Essex- Wilby «. EUton 
Sussex— Doe d. Eyenfield r. 

Troup 
Surrey— Alcock r. Butt 



Surrey— Cory».Noffolk Rail- 
way Co. 
„ Kempson tr. Grayfere 
,, HaiB^ltOB V. Co<Mn 
Suffolk— Doe d. Archer «. 
Johnson 
,y Same v. Same 

Norfolk— Heyhoe ©. Burge 

,, Morse v. Same 

York— Duncan v. Topham 
Hants— Pilgrim e. Southamp- 
ton and Dorchester 
Railway Co. 
Bristol— Acraman v. Morris 

„ Lewis V. Lloyd 
GHaoBorg^an— Doe d, Rogers 9, 

Price 
Oxon— Hicks v, Gregory 

Hilary Term, 1849. 

Midd.— Cattlin «. Hills 
,f West V. BaxeadRle 

Lond.— Barnes v. Troup 
„ Lindsey v. BanoR 
„ Warren r. Pfeabody 
,f Vines v. Arnold 

Easter Term, 1849. 
Midd.— Graham v. Gould 
Lond.— Gillingham v, Stuart 
,, Stansfieldv.GIadstane 
,, Kincaid 9. Willis 
„ Same 9. Same 
Berks.— Newbury Gas & Coke 

Co. V, Benny 
Camb.— Crisp v. Wl^ 
Budk£— Tindal 9. Deering 
Surrey— Vander Doackfe «• 

Thelluson 
Sussex— Turner v. Kenworthy 
Torksh.— Doe d, StridklaRd v. 
Strickland 



Fitzgerald v. Fitzgerald 
Hopwood «. Thorn 
Russdlv.BriaBt 
Beard V. Egertott 
CroUtr. Edge 
Wright V. CoUf 
Kinningv. Bnchaman 
Mnnsoe v, Bordier 



Duke of Brunswick t. Somh 
Same v. Same 
Same v. Same 
Sands V. Clarke 
Barnes V.Ward 
Thompson v, Wesleyu Ken* 

paper Assodatiou 
Same v. Same 



Glennie v. Cook 



Wedne9daift May 30. 

Engstrom v, Brightman 

HiUo. KempshJi 

Wood V. Governors and Co. 
of Copper-Miners of Eng- 
land 

Tate 9. Hitchings 

Robinson 9. Mn^uis of Bristol 

Deraux 9. ConoUy 

Robinson 9. Marquis of Bristol 

Paterson 9. Davis 

Kinnersley 9. Knott 

Doe d, BrammaU 9. Collingt 

Westrop 9. Solomon 

Fagan 9. Harrison 

Baniven Iron Co. 9. Bamett 

Edwards 9. Jevons 

Johnson 9. Few 

Gibbons 9. Vouilloil 

Greene v. Reece 

Wood 9. Governor & Co. of 
Copper-mines in England 



ENLARGED RULES. 
Fift Dap. 

I CoUnan v, Beadman 



m. 



APPEAL FROM REVISING BARRISTER. 



DEMURRER PAPER. 

Pordier9. Gardner 
Bell 9. Bidgood 
Johns 9. Dickinson 
Doe d. Camon 9. Rucastle 
Bell V. Cory 
Cnthbert 9. Walker 
Jooea 9. How 
Sterry 9. Clifton 
Reid 9* Simpson 
Dakin 9. Brown 
Gooeh 9. Johnson 
Phillips 9. Pickford 
Catterall9. Lees 
Masters 9. Ibberson 
Navoneir. Hadden 
Temple 9. Sleigh 
Storie 9. Bishop of T^lndkester 
Christmas 9. Beediam 
Williams 9. Samuel 
Cunliffe 9. Ley 
Kilkenny and Valencia Ri^- 
wi^ V. Haggard 



CUR. ADV. VULT. 
Morgan 9. Earl of Aberga- I Nickels 9. Ross 

venny I Same 9. Same 

Phillips 9. Lewis | Garrard 9. Tuck 



7... Worcestershire Palmer.. 

C^uvt ot 0):diequev» 

SITTINGS— TRINITY TERM, 1849. 

Tuesday.. -Mi^ 22^ p^^^J^^^fpcr I 

Wednesday.. .. 23{ '^/S^fr' }Ml«^ 

Thursday 24 

Friday «5 

Saturday 26 

Bfonday 28 

Tuesday 29 

Wednesday.... 96 

Thursday 31 

Friday.... /wiel 
Saturday 2 



Monday. 4 

Tuesday • ft 

Wednesday.... 6 

Thursday 7 

Friday 8 

Srturday 

Monday 11 

Tuesday 12 



Speeial Cases 
Errors 
Demurrers 
Ciroidta Chosen 
Special Cases 
Crown Ca«e8 
Donurrem 



UmdoaUSittiiK 

]ifidd.2DdSitti« 



Special Caset 



LoudeadiA^^ 
Mi4d.lf^Sittaf 



For JinocncBMT. 
Moved Mich. T^rm^ 1848. 
Stafford— Sharrod 9. London 
and North-western 
RailwvrCo* 
York— Reedie 9. Same 
„ Hobbitt 9. Sam* 

Moved Eaeter Term, 1848. 
Midd.— Glen v. Dnngay 

Moved MM. T^rm, 1848. 
Midd.— Boesey 9. Pnrday 

„ Same «. Same 
Lond.— Maekintosh v. Mlt- 

ohaaoB 
York— Brooke o. Favftett 
Newcastle— Ness 9. Ami 
,, Same 9. Oonth- 

waiCe 
ff Keasv.ArnistfOiig 

,, Master Pilots &o. 

of Newoasila v. 
Hammond 

Fon Akquvknt. 
Moved Eatier Term, 1847. 
Lond.— RalU 9. Denistown 

Moved Mich. Term, 1848. 
Bristol— Cross 9. Dando 
Newcastte— Ness 9. Goutfi- 
watte 
,, Same v. Richard- 

som 
,, Same 9. Glaholm 

Carlisle— Ai^ionby v.WiUlims 
Liv'pool— Clarke 9. Holford 



NEW TRIALS. , 

Moved ^J^%^^ 

Mich. T&m, W«. 
Midd.^BuU9.Biri«« 
Eldsrton f . 1*» 
Moved mi Tef%f^ 

ynffkBCo. 

Wheckrf.^ 



Manning*' 



WflkfB 



L<^._Thompo.»-»JJ 

;; Wak)ey».He*r 
Moved Buftrl^f^' 
Sane ». Su»» 

:: ^^^' "* 



WtUcerV' 



ColB* 



» 



Barker r.wf^ 
Cobbettf.*^ 

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John Binch, Nottingham, grocer, Jane 8 at 10, District 
Court of Bankmptcy, Nottingham, and. ac. — Henry Rid*' 
dale and Henry drier Sneii Chauncy, Liverpool, share 
brokers, Jane 6 at 11, District Coart of Bankmptcy, Lirer- 
pool, and. ac. — ChrUtopher Hall, Liverpool, comfiBuftor, Jane 

6 at 11, District Coart of Bankraptcj, Lirerpool, aad. ac — 
Henry D. Cooke, Lirerpool, dealer in paper hangings, Jane 6 
at 11, District Coart of Bankmptcy, I^Terpool, and. ac— 
Qeorge Francie, Liverpool, tailor, Jane 6 at 1 1 , District Coart 
of Bankmptcy, Liverpool, and. ac — Hemry A, Stewart, Li- 
verpool, uip broker, Jane 6 at 11, District Coart of Bank- 
mptcy, Liverpool, and. ac— -/oAii Peter Richard and Andrew 
H. Aikin, Liverpool, merdiants, Jane 6 at 11, District Court 
of Bankraptcv, LiTorpool, aud. ac — Frae. Geo. Harbord, 
Liverpool, wine merchant, June 6 at 11, District Court of 
Bankmptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. — Robt. Bdw, Alieon and W. 
L. Cumberlege, New Broad-street, London, and Valparaiso, in 
the Republic of Chili, merdOmts, June 5 at 11, Court of Bank- 
mptcy, London, div. — John Reay the younger and Henry 
Reay, Mark-lane, London, wine merchants, June 7 at half- 
past 11, Court of Bankmptcy, London, dtv.-^IFiN. Edw. H, 
OuiUaume, Botley, Southampton, timber merdiant, June 7 at 
half-past 1, Court of Bankmptcy, London, div. — Henry Peet, 
Ludgate-hiU and Newgate-street, London, printer, June 7 at 

11, Court of Bankmptcy, London, div. — Tkomae Withere, 
St. Dunstan's-hiU, London, wine merdiant, June 7 at half- 
past 12, Court of Bankmptcy, London, div.— T^Imuw I^on 
and Edward Lyon, Birehin-lane, London, bill brokers, June 

7 at 2, Court of Bankmptcy, London, div. — 8, 8, Woollatt, 
Holbom-hill, London, draper, June 6 at 1, Court of Bank- 
mptcy, London, div. — Jamee Robineon, Slough, Bucking- 
hamshire, grocer, June 6 at 12, Court of Banlmiptcy, Lon- 
don, div. — Robt. Neal, Wandsworth-oommon, Surrey, nurse- 
ryman, June 6 at 12, Court of Bankmptcy, London, div. — 
Humphrey Layfield, Burnley, Lancashire, boiler maker, June 
6 at 12, District Court of Bankmptcy, Manchester, div. — G. 
Sehofleld, Rastrick, Halifiu, Yorkshire, manufacturer, June 
12 at 11, District Court of Bankmptcy, Leeds, diy, --Robert 
Qlover and Fred, Glover, Leeds, Yorkshire, dvers, June 5 at 

12, District Court of Bankmptcy, Leeds, fin. div. 

Cb&tivioatss. 
To be allowed, unleee Came be ehewn to the contrary on or 
btfore the Day qf Meeting, 
Henry Hughee, Dover, Kent, linen draper, June 7 at half- 
nast 1, Court of Bankmptcy, London.— 'Tiloma* Mandere, 
High-row, Knightsbridge, Westminster, Middlesex, victualler, 
June 6 at 12, Court of Bankmptcy, London.— Joimm R, H, 
Withere. Bristol, linen draper, June 7 at 12, Court of Bank- 
mptcy, London.— CAri</opAtfr Pope the younger, Newport, 
Monmouthshire, ship broker, June 7 at 11, District Court of 
Bankmptcy, BnBtol.—HenryRididalesadH. C. 8. Chauney, 
Liverpool, share brokers, June 6 at 11, District Court of 
Bankmptcy, Liverpool.— AtcAar<f Bullock, Kidderminster, 
Worcestershire, com fiurtor, June 9 at 12, District Court of 
Bankmptcy, Birmingham. 

3b be allowed by the Vice- Chancellor f^fthe High Court of 

Chancery, acti^f in Bankruptcy, unleee CauM be ehewn to 

the contrary on or before June 5. 

Jamee Kyrke, Glasooed, Denbighshire, lime burner.— JbAn 
Rhodee, Clegg-hall, and Jamee Rhode9,VUHAidelt, Lancashire, 
cotton spinners. — John Hitchen, Beeston, Cheshire, joiner. — 
Charlee Reeves, Bath, Somersetshire, marble mason. — Wm, 
Parkineon, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant —/oAn Tqft, 
Paddmgton, Middlesex, carpenter.— JoAfi Daweon, Fairford, 
Gloucestershire, maltster.— ff. Emanuel, Hanover-square, 
Middlesex, goldsmith. 

Fiat Anmullso. 

Thomae Tebbutt, Soham, Cambridgeshire, victualler. 

PARTNBB8BIP DlSSOLYSD. 

Fred. B. Philbrick and Henry John Philbrick, Colchester, 
Easex, attomies at law and solidtors, (carrying on practice 
under the firm of F. and H. Philbrick). 

SOQTOH SEaUBfTKATlOMt. 

A. M'Kinlay, Glasgow, merchant.— JDovlif Reid, Burntis- 
land, tea merehant.—7!ldiiMW Dfcil, Dundee, cattle dealer.— 
^:^^*J>ougall, Glasgow, iron merchant,—/. McDonald, 
AbMCeldy, com dn^.^George M'Myre, Auditermuchty, 
innkeeper. 



INSOLVBNT DBBTORS 

JVho have filed their PetUione in the Court qf Bankruptcy , 
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection frirne 

Proceee. 

John Upton, Liverpool, cabinet maker, May 21 at 10» LU 
verpool District County Court, at Liverpool.--/oilsi Kiniar, 
Birkenhead, Cheshire, out of business, June 1 at 10, Comty 
Court of Cheshire, at Birkenhead. — Bdmiund Bryant, WooU 
vercott, Oxfordshire, vendor of patent medicines. May 23 at 
half-past 10, County Coart of Oxfordshire, at WoodsCodu— 
Edwin Henry Whittington, Clifton, Bristol, brawftwmk ry 
June 6 at 11, County Court of Gloocestershire, at BristoL 
Thomas Alfred Fearey, Birmingham, wood turner. May 21 aft 
2, County Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— Umbcs 
Heyes, Mold, Flintshire, brewer's traveller, June 4 aft 2, 
County Court of Flintshire, at Mold. — Jas. Ashwin, Aitoa 
Manor, near Birmingham, surveyor, May 21 at 2, Covatj 
Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham. — Jawtee Jonea, Ntw* 
ton-in-Mackerfidd, Lancashire, labourer, June 7 at If, 
County Court of Lancas h hre, at Warrington. — Thee, Ooemiem, 
Bristol, carpenter, June 6 at 11, Coonty Court of Gloaoas- 
tershire, at BristoL — George Ware, Liverpool, statioiier, Mny 
21 at 10, Liverpool District County Court, at lAnrpooL — J. 
Pearson, Liverpool, surgeon. May 21 at 10, Lifsrpool Dis- 
trict County Court, at Liverpool. — John Ward, Scalcoatsa, 
Kingston-upon-HuU, bricklayer, June 9 at 10, County Cont 
of Yorkshire, at Kingston-upon-Hull. — Robert Soutifote, 
Southcoates, labourer, June 9 at 10, County Court of York- 
shire, at Kinnton-upon-HulL— /. Dodeworth, ToU Gavd^ 
Beverley, Yomhire, music seller, June 9 at 10, Coonty Court 
of Yorkshire, at Kingston-upon-Hull.— I^mot Dod n P9 ri k^ 
Toll GaTd, Beverley, Yorkshire, music seller, Jime 9 at 10, 
County Court of Yorkdiire, at Kingston-upon-HuU. — Bai^. 
Russell, Kingston-upon-HuU, grocer, June 9 at 10, Covnty 
Court of Yorkshire, at Kingston-upon-HuU. — Wm. AMwm 
Kirby, Sculcoates, Kingston-upon-HuU, merchsnfs cleric, 
June 9 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Kingston-wpoa- 
HoU.— /. Wilkinson, WUlerby, Yorkshire, farmer, Jona 9 at 
10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Kinnton-upoii-HvlL— 
Thomas Knott, Bourne, lincolnshire, licensed victaaBsr, 
June 5 at 12, Coonty Court of lonoolnshhre, at Boome.— 
Pointer Parkinson, RyhaU, Rutlandshire, fiurmer, June 4 at 
2, County Court of Lhicohishire, at Stafford.— <Basi. Bat^ 
son Holmes, Kingston-upon-HuU, out of business, Jane 9 at 
10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Kin«ton-upon-H«lL— 
8am. Storer, Tannington, Suffolk, shoemaker, May 24 at 10, 
County Court of Suffolk, at Framlingham. — Sam. J. Aeiaot 
Aston, Birmingham, medical capsule man ufa c tur er. May 21 at 
2, County Court of WarwicksMre, at Birmingham. — Georft 
Salter, Birmingham, canal carrier, June 4 at 2, County Cout 
of Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— /oAn Arrowswdth, Bir- 
mingham, painter. May 21 at 2, County Court of Waraiek- 
shire, at Birmingham.— George Wright, Tbetford, NoifUk, 
plumber. May 26 at 2, County Court of NorfoUc, at ThetlbrdL 
— Wm. Warren, Bath, in no way of business. May 19 at 12, 
County Court of Somersetshire, at Bath. — Jamca Start, 
Liskeard, ComwaU, buUder,' June 5 at 10, County Comt of 
CorawaU, at Liskeard. — John Jasper, Kidderminster, Wor- 
cestershire, out of business, May 22 at 10, County Oovrt of 
Staffordshire, at Stafford.— IFm. lAfrfbot, York, bricUafer, 
May 31 at 9, County Court of Yorkshire, at ^oiskj^-Joa, 
Blenkhom, Strensall, near York, labourer, May 31 at f. 
County Court of Yorkshire, at York. — George ^Ur, Dc^ 
borough, Northamptonshire, shoemaker, May 1/ at 3, Coartf 
Court of Northamptonshire, at Kettering. — Henry Jhdd, 
Kingston-upon-HuU, plumber, June 9 at 10, County Cooit 
of Yorikshire, at Kingston-upon-HuU. 

T%e following Persons, who, on their several Petitions fied in 
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Proteetiemr 
from Process, are required to appear in Court as he rei n^er 
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugat^etreet, JUa- 
coin's inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 
according to the Statute:^ 

May 29 at 11, brfore Mr. Cbmmiesioner HAmait. 
Sdnnmd Craven, Lower Tooting, Snirer, wbedwri|^— 
Jas. Rough, Great Chart-st, Hoxton, Middlesex, plairtcrcr. 
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SAMUEL STEAD, Bndlbrd, YorkMn^ tlniggiit, dMOer 
aad chapman, Jaw 5 «l 11, and Jane 25 at 12, Diatrict 
Court of Bankniptcj, Leeds: (HT. An. Hope^ Sob. Sax- 
elbye, HaU; WOhn, Badfioid-row, London.— Fiat dated 
Maj 11. 

MxSTIKOt. 

Jame$ ConntU, Staniaby-road, East India-road, Poplar, 
Middlesex, timber merchant, Jona 1 at 11, Court of Bank- 
mptcT, London, last ex. — Edmund Curtis, Newport Pagnel, 
Bnckmghamshire, printer, June 1 at 1, Coort of Bankruptcy, 
London, last ex. — John Oumey, Lambeth-walk, Surrey, 
brewer, June 14 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ax. 
'^Wm, VowleVf Crediton, Dofonshire, auctioneer, June 7 at 

I, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, last ex.— /oAn JET. 
Whiiet Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire, grocer, June 8 at 12, Court 
of Bankruptqr, London, aud. ac. — John Nash^ Duke-street, 
Southwark, Surrey, hop merchant, June 8 at half-past II, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Gideon Heuntt, 
Soutii Molton-street, Middlesex, tailor, June 9 at 11, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac--/. H. JSgeodie, Wands- 
worth, Surrey, bookseller, June 11 at 11, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London, and. ac— Geo. Kidmamt Long-alley, Wor- 
ahip-street, Middlesex, Tictualler, June 11 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptqr, London, aud. ac. — Darnel Ro$9, Ratcliff Cross 
Wharf, Middlesex, and Glasgow, spirit merchant, June 11 at 

II, Court of Bankrup^, London, aud. ac. ; June 12 at 11, 
diT. — John Oamble, Wmtecross-street, Middlesex, Kceosed 
Tictualler, June 11 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. 
ac — Henrjf Goring, Hanwefl, Middlesex, butcher, June 13 at 

11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aid. ac. — F, /. Ableti, 
Merthyr Tydril, Glamornnshire, draper, June 13 at 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, LoMon, and. •e.'- Stephen Wiee, Con- 
dnrt-streeC South, Paddfaigton, Middleaex, ^umber, June 15 
at 12, Court of Bankm^cy, London, and. ac— Folmfnie 
Bhneli, Hammersmith, AGddlsiex, timber merchant, June 15 
at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — W. Buddie, 
Iiongate-wharf, Pad&i^ton, Middlesex, timber merchant, 
Jane 8 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac — Jamee 
A Seoit, Denham Springs, near Chorley, and Manchester, 
calico printer, June 12 at 12, Distriot Court of Bankruptey, 
Maadwater, and. ac ; June 15 at 12, dfr.— O. B. Hueimd, 
Salford, Lancashire, joiner, Jane 11 at 12, Diatrict Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac— G. W, Gee and Johm P. 
Oee, Leeds, and Horsfnth, Yorkshire, drapers, June 11 at 

12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac; 
June 12 at 12, dir.— il. HodgHneon, Little Bolton, Lan- 
eashfre, builder, June 8 at 12, Distriot Court of Bankruptcy, 
Maneheater, aud. ac ; Jane 15 at 11, dir.— C Wiiiimneom, 
Manchester, starch manufhctmer, June 8 at 11, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ao. { June 9 at 11, At.— 
O. Stameon, Weymouth and Mdoombe Regis, Dorsetshire, 
com dealer, June 13 at 11, Distriet Court of Bankruptcy, 
Exeter, and. m. ; June 14 at 1, dhr.— HoAtr/ Sfpeneer, St. 
SidweU, Exeter, printer snd bookadOer, June 13 at 11, Dis- 
triot Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac ; June 14 at 1, 
diT.- l^'oncit Cbta/yii, Deronport, Denmshire, meroer, June 
18 at 11, District Court of Banknqpt^, Exeter, and. ac; 
June 14 at 1, diT.— IFin. TVw, Haliflix, Yorkshire, com 
dealer, June 11 at 12, Distriot Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, 
and. ac— JoAm Newbold, Dudley, Worcestershire, anotloBeer, 
June 12 at 10, Distriet Coort of Baaknmtey, Birmingham, 
and. ac— fTffi. Harrieem, Yddersley, Derbrsldre, dealer and 
ohapman, June 8 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Not- 
tinf^iam, and. ac— /oAn Peekmore, Lirerpool, baker, June 
11 at 11, Distriot Court of Bankruptcy, liTerpool, aud. ac— 
Joe, Robineon Pirn, Birkenhead, Cheshire, brickmaker, June 
14 at 11, Distriet Court of Banloruptey, LiTerpool, aud. ao. — 
Wm, St. Albin, LiTerpool, dealer in music, June 14 at 11, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, liTerpool, and. ac — S, Ctegg, 
Thoe, Mather the younger, and Kenneth Pringle, Weti 
Derby, near LiTerpool, fomiders, June 14 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, LiTerpool, aud. ac. johit est. ; June 15 
at 11, diT. j(nnt and sep. est. of 8. Clegg, — J, Walker and 
Wm. Walker, Birkenhead, Cheshire, builders, June 14 at 11, 
Diatrict Court of Bankruptcy, LiTerpool, aud. ac— B0f|/. 
Barotte, North WaUham, Norfolk, innkeeper, June 12 at 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, diT.— «. More and Benf. W. 
Blake, Norwich, coal merchants, June 12 at half.past 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, fin. diT. sep. est. of Richard 
More — John Webb, Luton, Bedfordshire, straw-plait dealer, 
June 12 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, dlr.— 



Bet^. Oolee, Ohiey, Buddaghamshire, tea deiler, Jme 12 1 
hall-paat 11, Court of Bankruptqr* London, fin. dhr.-iMi 
Chaaie, Ipmricb, Suffolk, bootmaker, Jane 14 at 1, Cost q( 
Bankruptqr* London, diT.— Don. Glmtferd OsrdM, Morti. 
mer-st., CaTcndish-square, Middlesex, merohant, Joai U at 
12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, diT. — Biehird l%i«, 
Watlinc-st., London, and Wm, Higgine, LudgenhaQ, WOu 
sliire, drapers, June 14 at 11, Coort of Bankmptcr, London, 
diY.^Lawrenci Willianu Aak, Wlute Lion-st, Featonvifle, 
Middlesex, oom merdiant, June 14 at 12, Court of BisbipU 
cy, London, diT. — A» HewleU, Abbott's Ann, Soadmiptai, 
carpenter, June 14 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Loodii, (fir. 
— Hen, Hutchene, Portsea, Southampton, timber aenbiDt, 
June 12 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, db.-Fn. 
iJen. Summere, SackTiBe-st., Bfiddlesex, bill broker, Jmel! 
at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, dir.— 71lor.^.ihei 
and Chae. Burjleld the eUer, T oa toy "t , Southwark, Bsmj, 
and Hastings, SosMx, merohante, June 8 at 1, Coortof Bnk. 
ruptoy, London, diT. joint and aqp. ast. of 7%aff. Jet, Bmk 
-^Wm. Quinaeg, Ohi-st., St, Luke's, Middloex, tis^pbii 
worker, June 14 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Laodoa, dir. 
^Stephen Fieher and Wm. C^ff Brown, Nemrkpipfii* 
Trent, Nottin^iamshire, bnildera, June 8 at ll,DiitrktCooit 
of Bankruptcy, Nottiogham, and. ac joint est; JioeUit 
11, dhr. sep. est. of S. FUher,^ Wm, Shaw the joanfff, SbI- 
ford, Lancaahh-e, printer, June II at 12, Distriet Coirt d 
Banimmtc^, Manchester, diT.— /«•• Kmghi, Wifu lai 
Haydock, Lancashire, butcher, June 9 at 12, Diitriot Coot 
of Bankrupt^, Manchester, fin. diT.— Ho^. Litter, fidper, 
Derbyshire, draper, Jane 15 at 12, Distriot Court U Bnk- 
ruptcy, Manchester, diT.— Jo*. If oia, Mancfaciter, macb^ 
June 8 at 11, Distriet Court of Bankruptoy, MaaeMrtint 
and fin. diT.— IFoilsr Sheppard, Manchester, inm dokr, 
June 8 at 12, Distriot Court of Bankruptcy, BiaDcbater.tL 
diT.— iZicA. J. Sutelife MelUn, Vakefieid, Yorkdtiit, i^ff , 
June 8 at 11, Diatrict Court of Bankruptcy, Leedi,£f.- 
Joe. Oeileg, Bradford, Yorkahire, cotton-warp dyet, JomSit 
11, District Court of Bankruptej, Leeds, dvr.—TkH, BO- 
hlewhUe, LiTorpofd, wine mendtant, June 13 at 11, Di^Mt 
Court of Bankruptcy, liTerpool, &n. diT.— G. ^Wmeti, lifV* 
pool, tailor, June 14 at 11, Diatriot Court of Bsakraptey, li' 
Tcrpool, diT.— H^. Bidedale and JET. C. S. Chamwi, livcfHi 
share brokers, June 15 at 11, Diatviet Court of fiaakrspti?i 
LiTerpool, diT. sep. eat. of Hen. Carter Snell Chamcf.-*' 
MArdU, Umpool, grocer, June 14 at 11, Diitiiet Cosrt 
of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, diT.— Hm* Alex. Stemert, Iif«- 
pool, ship broker, JuneU at 11, District Coort of fiisknipt- 
cy, LiTerpool, diw.-^ Johm Peter Siehard and AsidrmBmie 
Aikin, liTerpofO, merohante, June 15 at 11, Diitikt CooH 
of Bankruptcy, liTerpool, <Ut.— i^oneit Geor§% Horiori, 
LiTorpod, wfaoe merchant, June 14 at 11, Distriot Covtoi 
Bankruptcy, liTerpool, diT. 

Cbrtificatvs. 
To be aUowed, unleee Cauee be ehewn to the eontrerycaar 
before the Dag qf Meeting. 
Jm. Bumham, Edgeware-road, Middlesex, nOaaffWi 
June 8 at 12, Court of Bankruptoy, London.— Tlsi. iVi^ 
Kerr, Biggleswade and Hohne Milla, Bedfoidshin, nitt^t 
June 9 at 11, Court of Bankruptoy, London.— ffsi. Bam 
Girdleetone, Southampton, boarding-bouse keeper, ^^"1^ 
at 1, Court of Bankruptoy, London.— i4<iaM Brown, M0<b^ 
St, Whitechapel, Middlesex, diaper, June 9 at 11, Co^ ^ 
Bankruptcy, London.— fTmfy Peei, Lndgate-htU, v^^^ 
gate-st, London, printer, June 11 at 12, Court of Bi»* 
ruptcy, London.— JbAn Cr^, Markham-st., Chelses, 8BJ- 
dlesex, general dealer, June 13 at half-past 11, Coortof Ba^* 
ruptcy, London. — Geo. Cotman, Manchester, sn<i L««. 
Yorkshire, manufacturer, June 8 at 11, Dbtrict <^* 
Bankruptcy, Manchester. — IZIeA. Hen. Hartley t H^' 
Yorkshire, stock broker, June 22 at 11, Distrkst Court of B«»- 
ruptcy, Leeds.— /oAn Peekmore, LiTerpool, baker, Jwj*** 
at 11, Diatrict Courtof Bankruptcy, LiTerpool.— AJ. J***' 
liTerpool, merchant, June 22 at 11, District Coortof B^' 
ruptcy, liTcrpooL— /oAn Dan. Verly^ liTerpool, wat®' 
maker, June 14 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy JUt«> 
pool.— rAof. Occleehead and Chae. Cummint, ^^^ 
comnuseion-agento, June 15 at 11, District Court of wn** 
ruptcy, LiTerpool.— Hai. Fenwiek, Liverpool, ^^^"J^ 
8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, LS^'P^-'"/!?^ 
George Harbord, liTerpool, wine merchant, Jane 15 » **' 



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road, Old Kent-road, SurrcT, coal dealer.— IT. Waterhome, 
Denbigh-8t., Belgrave-road, KmKco, Middlesex, carpenter.— 
John Tumill, Denbigh-st., BelgrafC-road, Middlesex, car- 
penter.— /o^lii 8. Puddephatt, Poppin's-court, Flect-stroet, 
London, out of businoM. — L«iw» Flaiow, Charlea-ftreot, 
Haymarket, Middlesex, sorgeon cbiropodist. 

June 2 at 10, bifore Mr. Ommitiioner Law. 
Wm. BarreUy Charrlniton-st., Oakley-sq., Somert-town, 
MMdlesex, carpenter. 

June 4 at 11, h^§re ike Chxsf Commissioner. 
Thoi, Sarfiton, Henry-it, White Hone-lanc, Stepney, 
Middlesex, o«t of bosineiB. 

A4fo^rned. 
Tkoe. W. Plumb, Prospect-place, Back-road, Kingaland, 
Bliddlesez, cbandler-shop keeper. 

Tke /blhwinp Prieemere are ordered to be broughi f^ b^e 
m Judge <tf the Gmntp Courts to be e s am in o d and deait 
with according to the Stethtte:-^ 
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June 7. 
Abel Morrie, Kimberley, assiatant brewer.— 71 Haeland, 
Sheffidd, toble-blade foiier.— /oAii Jfosoii, Sheffield, saw- 
maker. 

At the Countg Comi </ Lineohuhire, at Lincolk, June 4 
at 10. 
John Howard, Gainsborongfa, hair dresser.— IT. Peerfen 
the younger. Loath, oat of business.— JomjiA Holrogd, Win- 
terton, near Barton-opon-Homber, assistant droggist. 
Ai the ComUg CouH qfDeoonekire, at the Castls ^Exbtbr, 
June 2 at 10. 
Andrew Smithf Saltash, Cornwall, surgeon. 
At the Countg Court qf Torkehtre, at Shbffield, June 6 
at 10. 
Charlee Stonee, Sheffiehl, edgetool forger. 
At the Countg Court pf Herrfordekhre, at Hb&eforv, 
JuneU. 
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more courts in whkli th« same counsel may practise, 
or by restricting, by autharityy the right of connsel to 
practise in more Uian one, or,, at the Yery utmost^ 
two courts. Eitherof thiese courses appears to vm ex- 
tremely objectionable, and the first absolutely imprac- 
ticable ; for the short reason, that the business of the 
country requires that all the courts of similar jurisdic- 
tion should be kept employed as constantly as possi- 
ble. It would, therefore, be absurd for the Court of 
Queen's Bench to stop in order that the Common Fleas 
may begin, or that four of the Judges of a court should 
be doing nothing while there was work to be done, in 
order to allow the fifth to be trying causes at Nisi 
Frius. The second remedy, viz. to compel coimsel to 
select one or two courts, and not to allow them to be 
beard in any other, would be a little arbitrary as 
against the Bar: but of the rights or claims of the Bar 
no man ever takes aecount ; and if public good were 
attained by it, the arbitrariness of the proceeding 
would not prevent its adoption. But the question is, 
would the public be benefited by it? The result 
would, of course, be, to some extent, to contract the 
right of selection by the client of his counsel — a result 
necessarily injurious^ unless it be assumed that every 
court would attract a Bar of equal ability. At pre- 
sent, the system adopted by leading counsel, of confin- 
ing themselves to one or two courts, works well, because 
the choice of the client is left, in effect, free, since, with 
very few exceptions, the advocacy of particular counsel 
may be obtained out of the courts in which they 
habitually practise ; while, on the other hand, clients 
may, in dl ordinary cases, be certain of the presence of 
their leading counsel. If the rule were compulsory, it 
may be questioned whether the public would not be 
the first to complain of being driven to select in each 
court from a particular and numerically small Bar. 

We are afraid, on the whole, that only palliations 
can be compulsorily applied, so long as the public desires 
perfect freedom of selection ; and that the only course 
from which considerable benefit will result, is that of 
the Judges uniformly requiring cases to be heard and 
disposed of, or struck out of the paper. 



The Right Hon. Sir Nicolas Conyngham Tindal, 
Knt;, Lord Chief Jostioe of her Majesty's •Court of 
Common Fleas, at Westminster, has appointed (Dec. 
24, 1846) Robert Smith, Gent., of Richmond, Surrey, 
to be one of the Perpetual Commissioners for taking 
the acknowledgments of deeds to be executed by mar- 
ried women, in and for the county of Surrey, also in 
a&d for the comnly of Middlesex. 

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Chief Justice of the Common Fleas, has appointed the 
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taking the acknowledraients of deeds to be executed 
by married women i—Frederick William Fouget Cle- 
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Bedfordshire, in and for the county of Bedford, also 
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Henry Smith, of Richmond, Surrey, in and^r the 
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A Supplement to the Law and Practice of InjfoUtm. 
By Charles Stbwabt Dkhwsv, Es^*, Bmimr4i 
Law. Containing the Coks decided swce 18il. 

[S.Swea,\m] 

Notwithstanding the acknowiedjed excellence of 
Mr. Eden's Treatise on the Law of InjunctioiM, Mi. 
Drewry says truly in his Freface, " It is scarcely ne- 

* cessary to offer any apology for the publicstioi of a 

* new work on a subject which has only been treated by 

* one learned writer, and that more than twentjryean 




_ applicable, -^ 

lection of cases, illustrating the lAwon this hesdof 

* equity, have appeared to the writer to make it pro- 

* bable that an Essay on the Law and Pfsetlee ol hj; 
^junctions would now be acceptable to the Profeasion. 
The manner in which Mr. Drewry has aoconplMW ha 
undertaking fully justifies his attempt. 




the 

other , , -„- 

ful acts of a special nature; and the tlurd, of the?»c- 
tice in matters of injunction. Fart I is dinded into 
four chapters, treating of— !• Injunctions to stay pro- 
ceedings at law where the legal title of the defendajt 
in equity is founded originally on some inequitable 
transaction, or is against public policy; or where, al- 
though t^e legal title of the defendant in eqmtJT.B^ 
not have been originally inequitable, ithasbeentaintea 
with fraud, actuad or constructive, by the snbfle^ww 
conduct of the party claiming under it. 2. InjMf- 
tions to stay proceedmgs at law where the P^°|J^ 5 
equity has some equitable rtghrt to set up agaiwyj* 
plaintiff at law, of whidi the Court of l»w «■»«» 
either by reason of want of jurisdiction, or b/ rew 
of its forms of proceeding, take cognisance; ^^^ 
the leg^ right of the plaintiff at law is coupled^ 
and abridged by, some equitable liability. 3. Wowe 
relief is sought against forfeiture, or peniltiesinc^ 
by the breach of covenants, or the n^g^ect of owtf 
leei^ liabilities. 4« The jarisdiotieA in fS^soxaL^ 
subjects in Fart II are— 1. InjuAGtioas aguoit wwe. 

2. Injunctions to restrain infringement of copjng^ 

3. Injunctions to restrain infnngement of patents. *• 
Injunctions to restrain the publication of secret ini^ 
tions, and the use of another's name or designation) >^ 
tlm imitation of trade marks. 8, iDJsnotieas to ^^^ 
nmsanoe. 6. Injunetions in aid of specifie p*^"'^ 
anoe^ and to restrain breach of trust or confidence* <• 
Injunctions between partners. 8. Injunctions relating 
to canal, railway, and other public companies. 9* ^ 
junctions in matters of bankmptcy. 10. I**JJ^2 
to remove outstanding terms for years and otheriep 
impedhnents. 11. Imunetions in iMerpleadcf n^ 
12. The jurisdietioB in general to gfsnt iBJoac^^ 
to stay wromrful acts of a' speoial nature. I^ ^ 
treats of— 1. The mode of obtaining injuncti(»»* ^ 
Extending the common injunction to stav tnal; ^ 
The effect on injunctions of amendments^ aiw ofreTiring 
an injmietien. 4> Breach of an injnnctioR, and it9«o^ 
sequMices. 5. The practice in dissolving 119*°^^*^ 

Subjects which, like that of injnnetioBS, mvolveU^ 
consideration both of general principles of equity ^<^ 
of special rules of practice, are seldom verv h^P^J^ 
or adequately exjiounded in text-books. ^^^^^ 
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* pertv ; thirdly, that she hecame tenant in tail after 

* possihilitv of issue extinct. 

<< The third answer clearlv does not meet the diffi- 

* culty suggested hy Lord Eldon, who did not douht, 

* th&if under such limitations, she would he tenant in 

* tail i^ter poesihility of issue extinct, in some sense ; 

* but whether there was not a distinction between a 

* tenant in tail in remainder who had, and one who 

* never had had, the inheritance in possession. But, al- 

* though the point raised by Lord Eldon does not seem 

* to have been argued in the Court of King's Bench, 

* (12 East, 209), yet, as the limitations were before the 

* Court, and as, having those limitations before them, 

* the judges were of opinion that the wife was unim- 
'peachable of waste; it is to be presumed, that, as 
' r^ards liability to waste at least, there is no distinc- 

* tion between a person taking under such a limitation, 

* and a tenant in tail after possibility, who has been in 

* possession." 

Now, it is to be observed, that, in this case, the 
limitation being to the husband for life, without im- 
peachment of waste, remainder to trustees to preserve 
contingent remainders, remainder to the wife for life, 
remainder to the first and other sons in tail male, 
remainder to the first and other daughters, remainder 
to the heirs of the bodies of the husband and wife, re- 
mainder to the right heirs of the husband, upon the 
death of her husband the wife became seised for life, 
with an immediate remainder in tail to her and her 
husband while there was a possibility of issue of the 
marriage, there being here neither, as in Lewis Bowlegs 
ease, a vested estate tail, nor, as in the usual form, a 
remainder to trustees to preserve contingent remain- 
ders interposed between tne wife's life estate and the 
remainder in tail. Here, moreover, the remainder in 
tail in the issue was always in contingency, there hav- 
ing been no issue bom. Consequently, during the 
period when the tenant for life had such immediate 
remainder in tail, and before the tenancy in tail after 
possibility of issue extinct arose, a merger of her life 
estate in such immediate tenancy in tail took place. 
Therefore, during an interval of some months between 
her husband's death and the extinction of the possibi- 
lity of issue by her said husband, she became tenant in 
tail in possession ; and, therefore, this case cannot be 
considered as deciding that tenant in tail after possibi- 
lity of issue extinct, who has never been tenant in tail 
in possession, may cut timber, and is entitled to it when 
cut*. The above view appears to be supported by the 
opinion of Mr. Feame. Under a limitation to the hus- 
band for life, remainder to the wife for life, remainder to 
the heirs of the bodies of the husband and wife, ** I ap- 
prehend," says Mr. Feame, (Cont. Rem. 63, 8th edit.;, 
*^ the husband and wife taking distinct and successive 
estates for life, the joint limitation to the heirs of their 
bodies would not have been executed in them in pos- 
session, but would have been vested in them jointly as 
a remainder in tail ; that this remainder, surviving to 
the wife upon the decease of her husband, would have 
merged her estate for life, so as to make her tenant in 
tail in possession : but she. having had no issue by her 
deceased husband, or sucn issue being then extinct, 
would thereby have become only tenant in tail after 
possibility of issue extinct." 

The great fault of Mr. Drewry's original book, the 
deficiency of the index, has been remedied in the Sup- 
plement, which contains a new and full index to the 
original, as well as the new matter; so that it will now 
be found to be a very useful as well as sound and 
complete practical book. 



* The above reasoning is, in lubstance, taken from the dis- 
cussion of the case of Wiiiiams v. Wiiliamat in Mr. Bi;set's 
Treatise on the Law of Estates for Life. (Pp. 22—31). 

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Wednesday .... 6^ 

Thursday 7' Motions. 

Friday 8 1 Fleas, Demurrers, Causes, Further Di- 

Saturday 9 J rections, and Ebcoeptions. 

Monday 11 Petitions in the General Pkper. 

Tuesday 12 Motions. 

Short Causes, Consent Causes, and Unopposed FMitioas, 
every Saturday at the sitting of the Court. 

Notice. — Consent Petitions must be presented, and Comet 
left with the Secretary, on or before the Thursday p recefa g 
the Saturday on which it is intended they should be heard. 



EQUITY CAUSE LISTS, TRINITY TERM, 
12 Vict. 1849. 

*4,* The following abbreviations have been adopted to 
abridge the space the Cause Papers would otherwise have oeea« 
pied:— ^. Abated— ^4^'. Adjourned-^. T. After Term— 4|^ 
Appeal — C. 2>. Cause Day — C Costs— i>. Demnrrer— i?. Ex- 
ceptions — F. D. Further Directions — M. Motion — P, C, Pko 
Confesso — Pi. Plea— P/n. Petition— Jt. Re-hearii^g^-^. 0. 
Stand Over— iS'il. Short. 

Court ot Chanters. 

Before the Lonn CHAncsLLon. 
Appeals. 



'}(Ap) 



Knight V. Mijoribanks 
Same v. GiblM 
Scarf 9. Soulby (Ap) 
Onslow V, WaUis (Ap) 
Cuddon 9. Morley (Ap) 
Chambre v, Siggers (Ap) 
M'Intosh V. Great Western 

Railway Company (Ap) 
Att.-Gen. v. Jones (Cause by 

order) 
Phillipson 9. Gatty 1/4 v 
Gattvr. PhiUipsonP^P^ 
Staniland v. WiUott (Ap) 
Coward e. Coward TAp) 
Cookee.Cholmondcueyl /4 x 
Samct^.Vaux J^^P^ 

Cole V. Scott (Ap) 
Rackham v. Siddall (Ap) 
WiUiamsr. Powell -] 
Same v, Davis y (Ap) 
Price V, Powell J 
Monro v, Taylor (Ap) 
Duncan v. Luntley (Ap) 
Malcolm v. Scott (4 cans., Ap) 
Boothby v, Boothby (Ap) 
Fuller V. Benett (Ap) 



Watson V. Mast^s (Ap) 
Dodson 9. Powell (Ap) 
Hawkins v, Jaduon (Ap) 
Hunter v. Daniel (Ap) 
Cowell V. Watts 1 / « ^x 
Watts r.CoweUP^P^ 
Newman v. Hutton (3 causes, 

Ap) 
Andrew v. Andrew (Ap) 
Marks v. Solomons (Ap) 
Purchase e. ShalUs (Ap) 
Att.-Gen. v. Gibbsl /'4_,\ 
Rode V. Same f^^^ 
Banhaw v. East In- 1 

£a Railway H2Aps) 

Same v. Same J 

Masters v. Scales (5 causes, 

re-hearing) 
Loader v, Clarke (Ap) 
Miller v, Priddon (Ap) 
Cross V. Sprigic (Ap) 
Sanderson v, Cockermouth & 

Workington Railway Co. 

(Ap) 
Griggs 9. Staplee (Ap) 
Dawson v, Brinckman (Ap) 



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TUESDAY, May 22. 

BANKRUPTS. 

WILLIAM GISCARD, Ely, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, 
clock and watch maker, upholsterer, and silversmith, dealer 
and chapman, June 1 at 1, and July 3 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, I-K)ndon: OflF. Ass. Whitmorc; Sols. Claxton, 
Ely; Nicholls & Doyle, 48, Bedford-row. — Fiat dated 
May 17. 

STEPHEN DANCY, Brighton, Sussex, builder, dealer and 
chapman, June 1 at half-past 12, and July 3 at half-past 

11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Cannan; 
Sols. Evershed, Brighton ; Sowton, 27, Great James- street, 
Bedford-row.— Fiat dated May 15. 

THOMAS DENNIS, Rochford, Essex, licensed Tictualler, 
dealer and chapman, May 30 at half-past 1, and July 3 at 

12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Pennell ; Sol. 
Chidley, 1, Guildhall, chambers, Basinghall-st., London.— 
Fiat dated May 17. 

JOHN HUTCHISON, River-terrace North, City-road, Is- 
lington, Middlesex, apothecary and sui^on, dealer and 
chapman, May 28 at 1, and July 9 at 11, Court of Bank- 
Tuptcy, London : Off. Ass. Turquand ; Sol. Buchanan, 8, 
Basinghall-st., London. — Fiat dated May 17. 

GEORGE PIERSON HUTCHISON, Crawford-st., Mary- 
lebone, Middlesex, grocer, June 2 at 2, and July 14 at 11, 
Court of Bankraptqr* London : Off. Ass. Green ; Sols. 
Hill & Mathews, St. Mary-axe; Tucker & Steayenson, 
Sun-chambers, Threadneedle-st.— Fiat dated May 18. 

JOHN SAULL, Long Bnckby, Northamptonshire, Ueensed 
victualler, innkeeper, cooper, dealer and chairman, May 31 
at half-past 1, and June 28 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London : Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sols. Gery & Son, Daventry; 
Rickards & Walker, lincoln's-inn-ftelds. — Fiat dated 
May 18. 

ARTHUR WHITE, Wimbome Minster, Dorsetshire, saddler 
and harness maker, dealer and chapman, June 5 at 2, and 
July 6 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Asa. 
Edwards ; Sols. Rawlins, Wimbome Minster, Dorsetshire ; 
Cragg & Jeyes, 22, Bedford-row.— Fiat dated May 21. 

FREDERICK FLEAR, Famdon, Nottinghamshire, miller, 
June 8 and July 6 at 10, District Court of Bankruptey, 
Nottingham : Off. Ass. Bittleaton ; Sols. Tallenta & Co., 
Newark-upon-Trent. — Fiat dated May 7. 

BOBERT SCRIVEN, Glastonbury, Somersetshire, tallow- 
chandler, June 5 and July 3 at 11, District Court of BaiUc- 
mptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Button ; Sols. Holman, Glas- 
tonbnry ; Abbot, Bristol ; Holme & Co., New-inn* — Fiat 
dated May 14. 

JOSEPH CULVERWELL BROWN, Taunton, Somerset- 
shire, draper and grocer, June 5 and 27 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter : Off. Ass. Hirtsel ; Sols. 
Lovibond & Carslake, Bridgwater ; Soles & Turner, Alder- 
manbury, London.— Fiat dated May 12. 

JOHN EDMONDSON, Warrington, Lancashire, miller, 
June 4 and 25 at 1, Diatrict Court of Bankruptcy, Man- 
chester : Off. Ass. Pott ; Sols. Leeming & Richardson, 
Manchester ; Mourilyan & Rowsell, 2, Vemlam-buildings, 
Gray's-inn, London. — Fiat dated May 14. 

WILSON FORSTER and JOHN DODGSON, Liverpool, 
merchants, (trading under the firm of Wilson Forster & 
Co.), June 6 and 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Liverpool : Off. Ass. Cazenove ; Sols. Robinson, Liverpool; 
Vincent, Temple, London.— Fiat dated May 8. 

Mbetinos. 
Thomas TulJidge, Beaulieu, Hampshire, common brewer, 
June 12 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, pr. d.— George 
Henry Lovef/rovCf West Ham Churchyard, Essex, auctioneer, 
June 2 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, pr. d.— Jatnet 
Robinsotit Kingston-npon-Hull, scrivener, June 17 at half- 
past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Kingston^-upon-HuU, 
pr. d,~-WiUiam Eoit Hoimea and Wm. Buieker, Lichfield, 
coachbuilders, Jane 2 at 12, District Court of Bankmptoy, 
Birmingham, pr. d. and div.— -/omtf Inglkh Keiffhfy, Finiay 
FerffUMon, and Wm, Armstrong, London, merchants, Jane 
13 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, end. ac. — John 
Charretie, Trinity-sq., Soathwark, Suit^, ironmanuikctarer, 



June 13 at 11, Court of Ban k ru p tcy, London, and. ae.— 
Charles Boldero, Edward Gale Boldero, Sir Htturf Itii%. 
tony Bart.t and Henry Boldero, Comhill, London, banken, 
June 13 at 12, Court of Bankraptcy, London, aaiie^- 
Martin Walther Persent and AujfusiuM Wm. Bodecker.Wk 
St. Helen's, London, merchants, June 13 at 1, Court of Bok* 
ruptcy, London, and. ac.^2%o«. Courtney and Geo, Cwrt, 
ney. Old Jewry, London, clothiers, June 13 at 1, Court ol 
Bankruptcy, London, aud.ac. — Bdw, Lewie Blaekmn,Lm* 
bard-st., London, tailor, June 13 at half-past 11, Comtd 
Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. — John Edmunds CurUt, New. 
port Pagnel, Buckinghamshire, printer, June 13 atlI,Cov( 
of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. — Rich, John Gon, Sidney. 
St., Stepney, Middlesex, victualler, June 13 at 11, Court d 
Bankruptcy, London, and. ac.— UtcA. Watkins and SamA 
Waikins, Manchester, tulors, June 14 at 12, District Cool 
of Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ac.— ^er Gardiner, Man- 
cheater, share broker, June 14 at II, District Coirt of Bmk. 
ruptcy, Manchester, aad. ac. — Thos, Cartwright, Mtnchv- 
ter, toy merchant, June 14 at 12, District Court of Binhnpt. 
cy, Manchester, and. ac— Jam^* Wood, Leeds, Yorkshw, 
joiner, June 12 at 12, District Court of Bankraptcy, Leeds, 
and. ac.— i^Vflnci* Keates, Waterloo- road, Lambeth, Snirg, 
draper, June 14 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Londoo, dir.- 
Wm. Tanner zxid John Ward, Leadenhall-plaoe and Leida- 
hall-market, London, leather factors, June 14 at half-ptft 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. sep. est. of Wm. TTnsr. 
^Lewis Celeste Lecesne, Fenchurch-buildingf, Pencbani. 
St., London, merchant, June 14 at 12, Coort of Bu^ 
cy, London, div.— JoAu Gamble, Whitecross^.,St.Lnkei, 
Middlesex, licensed victualler, Jane 14 at half-past K, Coart 
of Bankruptcy, London, div.— SojiwieJ Bayly, FoIkeitoBe, 
Kent, cheesemonger, June 14 at 2, Court of Brnkreptef. 
London, div.— fiicA. JCniyht and Affred Knight the yon^r 
Budge-row, London, wholesale sUtioners, June 13 at taU- 
past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— ft'cA. ^^^^^J, 
Enfield, Middlesex, carman, June 13 at half-past 11, Coartoi 
Bankruptcy, London, diy.Samuel Kershaw, Chari^towD, 
Glossop, Derbyshire, cotton spinner, June 12 at 12, ima 
Court of Bankruptcy, Mancheator, div.— »ri^%*^ 
Leeds. Yorkshire, pianoforte manufaoturer, June 12 at I, WJ* 
trict Court of Bankruptqr* X-eeds, second and fin. dw. 

CVRTIVICATXS. 

T\> be aUowed, unless Cause be shewn to Ihe eentmymtr 
b^ore the Day qfMeetmg, 

Thos, Nunn, Colchester, Essex, coal merchant. Jafl«^* 
half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-JM»»^'j 
Bristol, shoe manufacturer, June 12 at 11, District Km^ 
Bankruptcy, Bristol.— /oAn CAarr^/f>, Trinity- square, t^- 
wark, Surrey, ateel and iron manufacturer, Jnne 13 « ' 
Court of Bankruptcy, London.— ^wcn/w ^^'^iJ^fS 
Stonehouse, Kempsey, Great Netherton, Glouccsteniwv»» 
dealer, June 14 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bnsra- 
To be allowed by the Vic€'Chaneellor<if the Bv^^l 

Chancery, acting in BatUtruplcy, unless CatueHV^ 

the contrary on or b^ore June 12. rjiiAiie, 

Henry Rowbotham, Brinksway, near Sto<*port, Oi^^ 
and Mandieater, calico prmter.—jlf ory ggr^*??,*^. 
King, Cokhester, Eases, milliners.— »^«^^ ^Tlr** 
Kingaton-upon-fiull, tinman.— /amet ^^'^^ Jn^oikfti 
Barber, Martook, Somersetshire, ironmongers.—"*!^^ -^ 
Abchurch-lane, London, and Macsteg, ^^*"^'?K«^inp- 
manqfacturer.— Wm. A^rod Blston, ^ugb^of *' ^fp33- 
tonahire, BVitgaon.^Jokn Honor Parker, ^"'?^ ^dl*i 
yard, Alderagmte-st.. London, carrier.— /•*» ^^pdei^ 
ton, Oldswinford, Woiceatarshiie, victuallcr»-i'<*«»'^ 
Moont^t., Lambeth, Surrey, shoemaker. 
Fiat aknullbd* " 

John Cossins, New Church-st., Portman-m«rk«' 
sex, linen draper. 

Scotch SsauisTBATioK. 

James Wilson, Airdrie, coal master. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS ^^ufi 
Who have filed their PetUions in the Court VJ^ fra* 

and have obtained an Interim Order for i^»*^ 

Rkthard €lade, Shebbear-town, ^^J?^r^^' 
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Rinff, Strood, Kent, boat builder : in the Gaol of Maidstone. 
^^ohn Harrison the jorrngtv, Dover, Kent, tai)or t in the 
Gaol of Dover. — George Spencer, Liverpool, cattle dealer : in 
the Gaol of Lancaster. — Mark Grimihaw, Manchester, brats- 
founder : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — John Conrad Hqfemeier, 
Liverpool, provision dealer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Ja». 
Phythian, Liverpool, butcher : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — D. 
W, Red/em, Bredbury, near Stockport, Cheshire, retail dealer 
in ale : in the Gaol of Lancaster. — Thomae Red/em, Heaton 
Norris, Lancashire, licensed victualler : in the Gaol of Lan- 
caster. 

The following Prieonere are ordered to be brought up brfore 
the Court, in Portugal'Street, to be examined and dealt 
mth according to the Statute: — 

June 7 at 10, befitre Mr. Cbmrniaioner PHiLLiPt. 
BenJ, Williame, Addle-hill, and Maidft-head-yard, Addle- 
hOl, London, oowkeeper. 

June 7 at II, brfore Mr, Ootnmieeioner Phuulips. 
Geo. Bdw. Cole, Bird-street, West-square, Sonthwark, Sur- 
rey, out of business. — Jamee Wgnm Barton, Bauradise-row, 
Ciapham-road, Surrey, out of business. — Jamu Blaekman, 
White-street, Borough, Southwark, Surrey, licensed victualUr. 
'^Samuel Cos the younger, Charlotte-street, Caledonia-road, 
Islington, out of business. 

The following Prieonere are ordered to be brought up btfore 
a Judge of the Countg Court, to be examined and dealt 
with according to the Statute :^^ 

At the County Court of Northamptomhire, at Northamp- 
ton, June 6. 

H. M. Pratt, Eye, near Peterborough, in no business. 
At the ComUy Court qf Kent, at Maxdstonb, June 5 «/ 12. 

H. B. Smith, Chatham, cheinist.~/o«i»pA Barth, Milton 
next Gravesend, retired officer in her Majesty's Ordnance De- 
partment. — Geo. M*Aleavey, Greenwich, licensed hawker. — 
Bdw. Smith, St Warburgh, otherwise Hoo, out of business. 

Insolybmt Dbbtors' Diyidbnds. 
John Pollit, Beardwood Fold, near B]ack)>nm, Lancashire, 
labourer, May 22, at Haydock's, Preston: 3e, 9^. in the 
pound.^Robt. Pollit, Beardwood Fold, near Blackburn, Lan- 
cashire, sawyer, May 22, at Haydock's, Preston : 3#. 9id. in 
the pound. 

FRIDAY, May 25. 
BANKRUPTS. 

, HENRY ROGERS, Whitdiurch, Southampton, coal mer- 
chant, dealer and chapman, June 1 at 2, and July 3 at 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Whitmore ; Sol. 
Philp, 29, Great St. Helen's, Biahopsgate-tt, London.— 
Fiat dated May 21. 

EDWIN MILES, MUes-temce, East Greenwidi, Kent, 
buflder, dealer and chapman, June 9 at half-past 11, and 
July 7 at half.past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. 
Ass. PoUett ; Sols. Briitow & Tarrant, Bond-ct., Walbrook. 
—Fiat dated May 15. 

DONALD GRANT, late of Southampton-street, Strand, 
Bliddlesez, and now of Luton-plaoe, Greenwich, Kent, 
manufacturer of the patent ventilating gas-light and heating 
apparatus, dealer and chapman, June 5 at 12, and July 5 
at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Am. Johnson; 
Sols. Pollock & Stevenson, Essex-st, Strand.-^Fiat dated 
May 19. 

JOHN PHILLIPPS, now of Upper BuUingham, Herefbrd- 
shire, but late of Hereford, banker, June 6 and July 7 at 
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. 
Whitmore ; Sols. Messn. Bodenham, Hereford.— Flat dated 
Mayl2. 

SILYESTER SILL, All Sainto, Woroestenhire, draper, 
dealer and chapman, June 9 and July 21 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Chrii^ ; 
Sols. Badham, Bromyard; Motteram & Co., Birmingham. 
—Fiat dated May 18. 

ROBERT WILLIAMS, Liverpool, tailor, June 8 and July 
€ at 11, District Court of Bankniptcy, Liverpool: Off. 
Ass. Bird; Sols. Thoml^ Liverpool; Hopwood & Son, 
Chancery-lane, London.— flat dated May 15. 



THOMAS COX, Hanley, Staffordshire, diaper, (cuTTiif « 
business there with Thomas Whiles, under tite finaofCoi 
& Whiles), June 12 and July 10 at 10, District Coutoi 
Bankruptqr* Birmingham : Off. Ass. Whitaiore ; Sok. Sail 
8c Co., or Motteram & Co., Birmingham,~Kit d^ 
May 19. 

NATHANIEL DERRY MORRIS, Hereford, hop sod leej 
merchant, dealer and chapman, June 12 and JoljSitlOi 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off. Jim 
Christie ; Sols. Pluck, Hereford ; Suckling, BirmiogliiBH 
Fiat dated May 21. 

RICHARD NOTT, Bristol, iron merdiant, dealer and eb» 
man, June 7 and July 5 at 11, District Govt of BoL 
ruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Acraman ; Sob. SHukj | 
Wasbrough, Bristol ; White & Co., Bedford.row, Loodgi 
—Fiat dated April 19. 

JOHN PERRETT and CHARLES 6ART0N, Bratof 
maltsten and brewen, June 8 and July 6 atll, Dirtriel 
Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Milkr; Sdi 
Crosby, Bristol ; Messra. Jay, Serjeant's*inn.-F!it dild 
May 19. 

JOHN BEARNE DAVIS, Newton Abbott, Deroula^ 
ironmonger, dealer and chapman, June 5 at ll,tBdJai 
28 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter: OS. km 
Hirtzel; Sds. Francis, Newton Abbott; Chordi^BedM 
row, London.— Fiat dated May 18. 

WILLIAM NICHOLSON, Pontefract, ToriLihire, nddki 
dealer and chapman, June 7 and July 6 at 11, DiitM 
Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Young; Sob^ 
Girdlestone, Pontefract ; Bond & Berwick, Leedi ; (km 
& Sons, Clement's-inn, London. — ^Rat dated M17 22. 

JOHN SOWDEN the younger, Ingoldmells, Liaooybin 
fiffmer, and lately a fiarmer and victualler, Jane 6 isA 27 1 
half. past 10, District Court of Bankniptqr, Kiogstoa.itr'- 
HuU: Off. Ass. Carrick; Sols. Wilson & Co., " 
Lincolnshire ; Bunn^ & Wilson, Hull ; Annstrong, i 
inn, London. — Fiat dated May 4. 

WILUAM OAKES, Oldham, Lancashire, dock and w 
maker, jewdler, dealer and chapman, June 11 andJo) 
at 12, District Court of Bankruptrf, Mandiatcr: ( 
Ass. Pott; Sols. Reece, Birmingham; Cope & Ftal)nir| 
Mandiester; Sergeant, Essex-court^ Temple, Loadoa.-^ 
Fiat dated May 18. 

SARAH STONE, Strangewaya, Chectham, naar ManAeitff 
baker and provision dealer, dealer and chapman, Jaae 8 
and 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, MiDobateri 
Off. Ass. Hobson; Sols. Heath, Manchester; Jiqoes a 
Co., Ely.plaoe, London.— Fiat dated May 19. , J 

THOMAS WILSON and HENRY CORBETT, bofli Mj 
or U^ of Madras, East Indies, merchants and c^^'^'^'n 

Sents, (now or lately trading at Madras aforesaid, lada 
andiester and Preston, Lancashire, England, >^^f^^ 
places in England, under the firm of Barrow & CO'hJ^ 
13 and July 5 at 12, DUtrict Court of Bankrnptqr, iUB- 
Chester: Off. Ass. Hobson; Sols. Atkinson & Co., y» 
Chester; Abbott, Lincdn's-inn-fidds, London.— fbtdM 

TH(%AS FENWICKand ROBERT KIDD,Tp»<^ 
Northumberland, common brewen, spirit merdiants,deiM 
and ehapmen, June 8 at half.past 12, and ^^J^'^Ji 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tfee: v« 
Ass. Wakley; SoU. Messre. llnley, Tynemoath; Hotaefl 
Co., 10, New-fain, London.— Flat dated May 17. 

Mbxtikos. 

Join Robtrti the elder, Linftts, near Delob, 
Yorkshire, vrooUen manufacturer, June 5 at 12, Diftn^ 
of Bankruptcy, Manchester, ch. •Ma.-^Robert M9*\ 
botton, Kettlewell, YorksUre, miner, July 2 at 11. I 
Court of Bankniptey, Leeds, last ex.*/. Crott/Mt^l^^ 
Lancashire, linen merdiant, June 18 at 11, D"*'"!?^ 
Bankruptcy, Liverpool, last ex.— iSkraa. Bennett, HigJ'**] 
IsUngton, Middlesex, draper, June 15 at 1, Conrt of W| 
ropt^, London, and. ac.— F. Thompiine, Sydney-at, Jp 
road, Middlesex, bill broker, June 15 at half.past 12, 
of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. Jam ee ■'^^****i !!?ii 
ware-road, Middlesex, sQk mercer, June 15 at 1, Cow^ 
Bankruptcy, London, and. ac.— Jowet Reid, Edgewttt-w 
Middlesex, and Bexley-heath, Woolwich, Rocfaesiar, Cha^ 
and Maidstone, Kent, draper, June 15 at 11, Co«tof ^ 
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Hertfordshire, at St. Alban'a.— JtoJ/. L. ClarJee, St. Alban s, 
Hertfordshire, surgeon, May 31 athalf-past 10, County Court 
of Hertfordshire, at St. Alban'i.— /oA» J«n*ftit, Ashby-dc- 
la-Zouch, Leicestershire, chemist, June 12 at 10, ^o^ity 
Court of Leicestershire, at Ashby-de-la-Zouch.— T. (Hbbs, 
St. Alban's, Hertfordshire, HcensedTictualler, May 31 at hatf- 
past 10, County Court of Hertfordshire, at St. Alban 8.—2\ 
Draeott, Whitwick, Leioestcrahire, out of business, June 12 
at 10, County Court of Leicestershire, at Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 
— TFm. Watts, King's Lynn, Norfolk, auctioneer, June 9 at 
4, County Court of Norfolk, at Kmg's Lynn.— fl«nry «om<m, 
King's Lynn, Norfolk, cabinet maker, June 9 at 4, County 
Court of Norfolk, at King's Lynn.— mii. Hurfwrn, Sheffield, 
Yorkshire, butcher, June 6 at 10, County Court of Yorkriiire, 
at Sheffield. ^Joshua Purdy, Sheffield, Yorkshire, table knife 
manufacturer, June 6 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at 
Sheffield.— Henry Button, Tarvin, Cheshire, joiner, June 11 
at 10, County Court of Cheahire, at Chester.— 2^o*. Roger», 
Dorchester, Dorsetshire, tailor, Juno 21 at 12, County Court 
of Dorsetshire, at Dorchester. 

ne/oUowmg Pertotu, who, on thiir $everal PetUionsfilidin 
the Court, have obtamed hUeHm Orders for Protection 
from ProeesM, are required to appear in Qmrt at hereinafter 
meniioned, at the Court-house, in Poriugal-etreet, Un- 
coin's hm, as follows, to be examined and deaU with 
according to the Statute:'^ 

June 9 at 10, bqfore Mr, ComnUseioner Phiilipb. 
Jiary Hewes, spinster, North^mews, Henry-atreet, Gray's- 
inn-lane, Holbom, Middlesex, out of buMuesa.- /«w€f Cock 
the elder, Earl-street, Horaeferry-road, Westminster, Middlc- 
aex, undertaker.— P. W. Cheveleyt Park-villas, Hamm^- 
smith, Middlesex, not in any trade.- FT. JET. Smith, Oak- 
place, Bridge-road, Battersea, Surrey, attorney atlaw. 
June 9 ai 10, brfore Mr. Commieeioner Law. 
Henry John James, Rathbone-place, Oxford-street, Bfid- 
dlesex, trunk maker. 

June 11 at 10, brfore Mr. CommiMtUmer Phiujps. 
James Jones, Bolton-at., Kenmngton, Surrey, nrtamper in 
the Stamp Office, DMm^Wm. Batian Bailey, St. Jamei'f. 
road, Old Kent-road, Surrey, parchment jnaker. 

The following Primmere arewdered io %e brought up Wore 
the Oostrt, in PortmgmUetreet, to he %m mk\% d awd deaU 
with according ioihemaimUt^ 

June 8 at 11, btfore Mr. Commissioner Harbi*. 
John Fleming, Ratcliff-highway, Middlesex, optician.— 
Saul Myers, Ashley-crescent, City-road, Middlesex, leather 
iapanner.— T»o». Bamet, Strcatham-place, Brixton-hlU. Sur- 
rey, baker.— 7%o#. Hen. ITAow/woi, Hairiey-cresoent, Hamp- 
atead-road, Middlesex, policeman on the London and North- 
western BAilway.— /oAii BrUger Palmer, Drury-lane, Mid- 
dlesex, licensed victualler. ^John Gardiner, Union-street, 
Kennington-cross, Surrey, in no profession.— Hienry Simpson, 
Ossulton-street, Somers'-town, Bfiddleaex, cheesemongers 
abopman. 

Adioumed. 
Henry D^es the elder, Duke-st, West Smitfafield, Lon- 
don, oommiission trsfeUer. 

June 11 at 11, b^fitre the Cmww CemnsBioKBR. 
Jairus James WUeochs, Paddington, Middlesex, out of 
bumness.— /oAn Edwin Blake, Great George-st., Bcrmond- 
sey, Surrey, cowkeeper.— /a*. Hunier the younger, Bcmer's- 
place, MUe-end-road, Middlesex, auctioneer.— C%<m. CoUson, 
Billiler-st., Fenchurch-st., London, flax merchant. — John 
Woolley, Pbilpot-st., Commercial-road East, Middlesex, 
derk to a timber dealer. 

June 11 at 10, brfore Mr. Cemmieeioner Law. 
Jamee Tbylor, City^tecfaoe, Cifcyroad, Middlesex, fish- 
monger. 

County Court qf Lancashire, at Lancaster. Assignees have 
been ^pointed in the following Cases i-- 
Joseph Fletcher, Lbrerpool, colour maker, No. 70,482 ; W. 
Musgrave, asaign«e.--r/ee. BosUledge, Liverpool, Ucoased vic- 
.taaller, No. 70,985; Wm. Daniels, assignBe.— ^am«t Berry, 
Bury, woollen mannlictuier. No. 70t954 ; Wm. Berry, as- 



The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought ly ^/brt 

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with according to the Statutes'- 

At the County Court of Lancashire, at LAKCAsm,/w 

84UII. 

Edward Preston Alcock, Manchester, Keeased tictoder. 

Batclife Worthington, Ashton-undcr-Lyne, out of hu- 

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weaver.- FTm. Wilson, Liverpool, butcher.— J«»s Bniiftr 
Tristram, Manchester, auctioneer.- Ito*. Thorpt, Maoeho. 
ter, bookkeeper.—/. ColHer, Manchester, outofbwn«.J 
Bich, Roberts, Liverpool, superannuated offieer intlieCa^«i 
—Ann Maekey, Liverpool, out of business.— fFia. Bajifcj, 
Salford, out of business.- Dante/ Bfills, Oldham, oot if bal. 
ness.— E/uw FlUerqft, Blackburn, jomer. — /»»» Kmii, 
Everton, near Liverpool, builder. — Edmund lfiifef,Mam4* 
ter, plasterer.— Pe/ffr Jackson, Liverpool, bailiff. 
At the County Court of Worcestershire, at Woacism^ 
June 13 at 10. 
Thomas Walters, Worcester, shte mafccr.^»*s Bn^ 
Mathon, carrier. 
At the County Court (f Kent, at Dover, J^22 f< 10. 
John Harrison the younger, Dover, taitor. 
At the County Court qf Gloucestershire, et Giooasni, 
June 11 at 10. 
WUUmnAniiU, Gkmcester, grocer.— !»••. Asitt, CW^ 
ten^am, batcher. 

Mssnita. 



l%omas Cogan, Kmgston, near TWnton, Bjwf^ 
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tanner^ 
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RESTRAINT CPOW AUGENATTKIK. 



H lands, rent, advowsons, or anything capable of 
beimr Ihe auWect of inheritance, be conv^ed or devised 
inifee, upon condition that they should not be aliened 
to any person, this is a void condition, as bemg repug- 
nant to the gift, and « against trade and traflBC'^^ 
contracting between man and man." (Co. Litt- 223. a.; 
"And so it is if a man be possessed of a lease for 
years, or of a horse, or of any other chattel, real or per- 
sonaL and give or adl his whole interest or pnjpwty 
therein, tipon condition that the donee or vendee shall 
not alien the same ; tiie condition U void. ' (Co. latt. 
nbi sup.; Churchiny. Marks, 1 Coll. C. C. 441). 

It is the same if a life esUte in realty or personalty 
be limited by wiU or settiement, with a proviso that it 
shall det«nniMini4ai«nation; such proviao is repugnant 
imd Toid. (Roper on Legades, vol. 1, p. 7^ J ^^7- 
£mn, 2 You. & C. C. C. 98; Brand<m v. Bobtnsm, 18 
Ves. 429 ; Graves ▼. DolpAiny 1 Sim. 66). 

However, although the condition not to ahen at- 
tached to an eataAe is void, the same end may be at- 
iwaed by a limitation wer on the event of alienation; 
and the legdity of this limitation is so thoroughly es- 
tablished, that courts^ e<|iiity wlU eonstrue % pro^Fiso 
.a«in«t alienation, with a g^t over on that even^ as 
Muivalent to a.li»iUtion to one Mtil he alien, «i^ m I 

that case, alnnHation ow- (DommeU ▼. B^dfifP^ 6 

— TTT t. in A, i«u ^HWt 13 Ves. 404; ?Pfttt«»» ▼• 

^•2l!AtMfi,dSwanst.515; YamM r. ifoarhoute^ lU. 
Sc M. 364; Lmom ▼. Lewes, 6 Sim. 304; Braudm ▼. 
AeUm, 2 You. & C. C. C. 24; Kearsfy t, Weothoek, 3 
Hare, 185). And this construction is made whether 
the proviso in this form be contained in a wiU or set- 
41em«t {Lord y. Brnny 2 Yaa. 8c CC cm). 

To take one of the preceding cases as an iQustxatian 
of this latitude of construction. In JVUkinsony. Wil- 
kmetm, (ubiaup.), the limitation was by will, of free- 
hold and leasehold ^stotM, to trostees and their hebrs, 
Ac., upon trust, subject to certahi annuities, for T. 
H. W., for life, with remainder over; and the will 
contoinod a jooviio, that the eatate so given was (opon 
Hie express condltton, that, m oase T. H. W. ahould 
awlgn, dispose o^ or otherwise diarge his Kfe eatate, so 
as not to be entitled to the profit, receipt, use, and en- 
joyment thereof then and from thenceforth that estate 
ehonld devolve upon the penon next entitled thewto, 
aamentionedinthowilL T. H. W. became bankrupt, 
Mid the limitation over, it was decided, took e£RBcti^on 
Ills bankroptcy. €ttr Thcnaa Flumer, la giving judg- 
ment, is reported to say, <* With respect to fhevalidhy 
^a proviso, it is dwr^ that a testator may thusmodify 
the estote he gives*; for iJiough, m a oaae which has 
been mentioned, {Brandm v. BoNmon, 18 Ves. 429), it 
is atated, as the opinion of a Tsry great ju^ge, iliat,if an 
Mtate is ^en for lifo, theinddents to a life eitateesmiot 
be taken away ; and tJioughit is better, therefore, when 
6«ch a limitation lalatsBded to give the eatate imK/ 
bankruptcy or aUenation, and not font to give it for 
Ufe, and then to pvoUiyit tbeattempt toafon ; yettUs 
2 



is answered^y oonsidermg,<hat, in a wm, any condi- 
lion or modificatiDn «ay be wmexed which doea iwt 
oflFend agamst«ny#A of kw; ana it is i»m«*^ 
1,y what form of wrfcihefal-tionis executed, vrtte- 
1^ by a devise unfcU the dedsee ahaU have charged <» 
incumbered it, or byii ^ttoviso with a limitaUon over 
npon such an event. Each mode is equally valid and 
ef theeanse'eaeoK. 

In leases for years,a proviso, that the Uemr sli&U li- 
enter in case of the lessee asagning his aetata^ hn 
long beoi held good; andyet^usisArimpk oorfhtai 
in restraint of aUenation, and must be considered a di- 
rect exception to the rule. (Bleneowe v. Bv^fiy, 3 Wfls. 
234; ffmter t. GalMers, 2 T. B. 138; Greenaway r. 

AcUms, 12 Ves. 395). 

In strict princqde, if a oondition restraimng^lMMi. 
tionbevoid because it is contrary to tiie pobcy of the 
law that alienation, behig a natural fecjdeirt of pro- 
perty, should be entirely forbidden, ^onditiomd WU- 
tions, to take effect upon alienation, should be void 
also; for it is obvious, that the eff^ect upon the owner 
of the property must be the same, whether it w^ 
to the fiiitor, 0t is limited oyer m case he A«ild 
SeaklTSition. Either form of Umittban^ 
equaUy deprive the ovraerof one of the aadfiiito^ 
Ids property. In otiier cases, where the ev^t w^no^ 
support a condition as befaig contrary to policy,iieKM 
wiU it support a conditiomd li«^t*«o"- ^^'^^ 
if the gift be to one of property^ wifli a B™*«^ 
I over in case he diould not Teceive or dispose of 1^ UM 
is as invalid as though it were a mere condition. {Rm 
V. Bass, IJ. & W. 154; Green Y.Harv^,! Hare,4<8 } 
Moreover, the objection that creditors are dJ^--ja 
by a condition which deprives a man, upon bank 
ruptey or hisolvency, of tiie property which en^ 
hun to appear like a man of substance at the time fli^ 
trusted him, applies with equal force to a oonditioni 
limitation. The mjuiy to his creditors ^J^^^ 
whetiier the debtor's proper^ Is or is not limited on 
on the event of his bemg bankruprt or J»«>^^^^J^^ 
limitations over on slienation are sDowed to defW 
life mterest hi property, it followB they must eq^ 
be lawful to defeat Absduto mtwreste in personalty < 
estates in fee-ample, if confoied to the P«»^F] 
scribed by the rule against perpetuities. Aoccwdmgij 
m Churchia V. Marks, (ubl sup.), there was a \>eqtH 
of stock to the children of a who should he Bvn 
when the youngest attained twenty-one, as teaouita^ 
common equally, no child to sell or part wfth I 
share or mterest m the money tifl it should be divM^ 
and, on proof of his havhig done so, his ahare was 
become the property of the o£her children. One A] 
became insolvent before the stock vras eCnded, and 
was held, that the gift over took effect. In the sa^ 
case the reporter states, that, «*in the course of t 
argument, an eminent conyeyanoei^ in answer to 
question put to him by the Court, slated Ills oiSm^ 
that a gift to A. m fee, vdth a proviso, that, if A. ali 
hi B.'s lifethne, the estate shall shift to B., is vaH^ 
Of course, it is mtended that this Ihnitation must 
by way of use hi a deed. This ia, no doubt, the neb 
sary consequence of the deddons referred to; but 
may be questioned whetiier Judicial autiiofity on t 
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Laiidon.-.G<?or^e Bippon, West Cornforth, and Thrislington, 
near West Cornforth, Darbam, coal merchant, Jane 19 at 
half-past 10, District Court of Bankmptcy, Newcastle-npon- 
Tyne.— /flmw Wood, Leeds, Yorkshire, joiner, June 19 at 1, 
District Conrt of Bankmptcy, Leeds.— ITfw. Newby, Man- 
chester, joiner, Jnne 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruj^tcy, 
Manchester.— ITw. Tmlinson, Salford, Lancashire, Tictoal- 
ler, Jane 21 at 12, District Court of Bankmptcy, Manches- 
ter.— /oA>i Winder and Riehdrd FUher, LiTcrpool, merchants, 
June 21 at 11, District Court of Bankmptcy, LiTerpool.--W^. 
Laird, Birkenhead, Cheshire, merchant, June 20 at 11, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankmptcy, LiferpooL— Pe/«r Woolley, Ross, 
Herefordshire, wooUendraper, June 19 at 10, District Court of 
Bankmptcy, Birmingham. 

Jb be allowed bp the Viee'Ckaneellor qf the IHgk Court of 
Chaneery, acting in Bankruptcy, unleii Cauee be ehewn to 
the contrary on or btfore June 19. 
Blieha Alleop and David AlUop, Arlmgton-place, Back- 
road, St. George's-in-the-East, Middlesex, builders.— il/tfx. 
J5r«^, Smlth-street, JubUee-place, Stepney, /md Essex-street, 
Cambridge-road, Middlesex, engineer.— /oAii J)aeie J^ery, 
Sidmouth, Detonshire, apothecary.— /oAn Bllieon, Cricklade, 
Watshire, grocer.- ITm. Milee, Worcester, share broker. 
Scotch SBanssTRATioNs. 
Jamei Lyie, Ruchlaw Mains and Ruchlaw Muir, Newbama 
«nd Meiklerig, Haddington, fiurmer.— Jfajor TTiii. ^tmter, 
deceased, of her Majesty^s 28th Regiment of Voot.'-Btehard 
ShankSt New Monkland, Lanarkshire, grocer.— /«. Napier, 
Huntly, vintner. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Wh0 have filed their Petitione in the Court qf Bankruptcy, 
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from 
Proceee. , ^ ,„^ 

Thomae Franhland, Reading, B«-k^, fanning baiUff, 
June 15 at 11, County Court of BeriLshire, at R«adiy.— G. 
Smmfton, Wokingham, Berkshire, blaAsmitib, June 15 at 11, 
County Court of Beriwhire, at Reading.- TAm. PrUchard, 
Hereford, beer retailer, June 14 at 10,^ Co^ Cojirt of 
S.-r„At,^ •* Hcrrford.-/. Boone, Hereford, coal mer- 
. chant, June 14 at 10,X^unqr ^.oonuf iiore«Mnislitre, at Here- 
ford.- IT. Streater, Handcross Slangham, Sussex, miller, June 
21 at 12, County Court of Sussex, at Cuckfidd.— Jot. Orpin, 
Gloucester, coal dealer, June 11 at 10, County Court of Glou- 
oestershire, at Gloucester.— I^rtIJ Williame, Salford, Lanca- 
.^ire, bookkeeper, June 6 at 12, County Court of Lanca- 
ihire, at Salford.— ^a/iUm Nathan, Birmingham, hncw paper 
1)ox maker, June 18 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at 
Birmingham.— /oMet Parkee, Aston, Warwickshire, plane 
*fnaker, June 4 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at Bir- 
mingham.— 7!fto«. Wright, Edgbaston, Warwickshire, batcher, 
Jnne 4 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at Birmfaigham. 
— 5aiN. Wright Bieharde, Birmingham, butcher, June 18 at 
2, County Court of Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— Tilot. 
Cos, Birmingham, glasscutter, June 18 at 2, County Court of 
Warwickshire, at Birmingham.— iSam. ShUton, ]Urinin|;ham, 
^cabinet maker, June 4 at 2, County Court of Warwickshire, at 
Birmingham.— T^ouMff Knight, Chittlehampton, DeYonshire, 
machine maker, June 6 at 10, County Conrt of Deronshire, at 
Southmolton.— J7«itry Skinner Tempter, Bampton, Oxford- 
shire, derk, master of the grammar-school, June 22 at 11, 
County Court of Oxfordshire, at Witney.— Ib'cA. Pawlyn, 
Devonport, coach builder, June 21 at 11, County Court of 
Deronshire, at Plymouth.— /oAii Shepherd, Guisborough, 
Yorkshire, joiner. July 17 at half-past 9, County Court of 
Yorkshire, at Stokesley. 

Tkejblloming Pereone, who, on their eeoeral Petitione filed in 

the Court, haee obtained Interim Ordore/or Protection 

from Proceee, are required to oppear in Court ae horeinqfter 

moniioned, at the Court-houee, in Portugal-street, JJn* 

eotn't Bm, ae foOowe, to be examined and dealt wtth 

according to the Statute t-^ 

June 12 at 11, b^fifre Mr, Cmmietioner HAmaiB. 

• George Wihnehuret, Bridport-place, Hoxton, Middlesex, 

shopman to a brushmaker.— itIcA. Davie, ScariK>rongh-street, 

Goodman's-fields, Middlesex, gun manufiMturer. — Hsnrr 

Brooker the younser, Woodford-bridge, Essex, butcher.— D. 

Welle, SafRron-hiu, Holbom, Middlesex, assistant to a pub- 

Ucan.— /oAii Cummine, Prinling-hoise-luie, Londoiii whed* 



Wright.— HicA. Hughee, Cranmer-place, W•^2^ %» a. 
beth, Surrey, professor of mxuAe.'^aaue KtlUngewortk^ 
younger, Medway-terrace, Maidstone, Kent, wharfiogera 
clerk. 

June 13 at 11, brfbre the Chief CoMMi88iOK«m^ 
John Baeham, Clare-court, Dmry-toe, Middksex^jTOcn- 
grocer.-JomM Gregg, Baker's-row, ^J^V^^'^*^^^' 
weU, Middlesex, coal dealer.- Ceorye Tbytor, M^hMmd-st., 
Bermondsey, Surrey, baker.— /o*ii Lambert, Neddnger-st., 
Bermondsey, Surrey, baker. 

Saturday, May 26. ^ ^ 

The following AeeigneeehavebeenappoinM. *^^?5[* 
ticularemfiy be learned at the O0ce, in Pjniugai^.,^ 
coln't-inn-fiade, on giving the Number iif the Caoo. 
John Powell the younger, Coxford, Shirley, near Sou^mp- 
ton, Hampshire, buUder, No. 60,374 T.jJo^^^noldj-- 
sig^.-CA«rfe# HaetiMe, West Smithfidd, London, cntfle 
dmler, No. 60,356 T. ; Robert Udddow, assignee. 

Saturday, May 26. ^^ ^^ 

Ordere have been made, veeting in the ProoMomai Joo^pmfe 

the Betatee and B^ecU of thefottowmg Pereom,-^ 

(On their own PetitioneJ. 

Bichard B. MKemui, Webb's Coujity-tCTmoe. New Kent- 

road, Surrey, in no business: in the Gad of Surrey.— ^e^ 

B. Fb», Holland-place, Clapham-road, Surrey, ^1*55?^ • 

Koaolof SaSey.-l^^r^ 

road, Surrey, teacher of music: in the Quem's PnMBU--M». 
Bmeell, Kennfaigton-OYal, Surwj. ?o«"*~^n!SSSL^L2L 
Queen's Prison.-lWw. Oarh, NichoUs-sq., Hadai^-rojd, 
Middlesex, coffee roaster: in the I>*^ J^^J^f^^^!^ 
and Middlesex.-lV«l. Pemberton, S«?*>*-*««r;«iJ''^*!f; 
«,uare, Brompton, Middlesex. V>^-^^^y*»^.;>" ^ 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— /o*ii.»«t*i»o«, 
Holywdl-st., Strand, Middlesex, shopman to a doJ««des. 
man : in the Debtors Prison .for London •»? ^Middtao^ 
Wm. M. Milton, Brooke-green, Hammenndth, ^B^ma, 
gentleman: in the Queen's Prison.— fltowl. F.B. Neodk^ 
SickleweU.lane, Hackney, Middlesex, pap^ngerrmtte 
Queen's Prison.— Beftf. W. P««rM,Bayham.taTace, Camden- 
town, Middlesex, bricklayer: in the Queen's Wmm.- -foo^ 
Burgeee, Charles-pl., Fark-road, Ftekham New-town ^S»rgr, 
dl and colour man : in the Gad of Surrey.- JMif . Orefowy, 
London-st., Fitxroy-sq., Middlesex, ^rer ■»* gMer: mtiba 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— C»«rlwl«Wr, 
Seymour-st., Euston-sq., Middlesex, lk«»ed ▼5ctBi2«V^ 
the Dd>tors Prison for London and Middlese x. — B n^ora 
Smith, Cantert)ury.st., Yoric-road, Lamb^. ^""^'J?^ 
hi the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— J«c^ 
Danie, Whitediapd-road. Middkw, tripe drswer: In Oie 
Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— Fierrt^Ii. 
Jbwe/, Park-road, Battersea, Surrey, deric to aboofadfer : 
in the Gaol of Surrey.— /m^* 0. Bobeon, Steward-atrcct, 
Union-street, Bishopsgate-st., Middlesex, carpentar : in tiic 
Queen's Prison.— /aaiw B. Irwin, Adop-terraoe, H^snt's- 
park, Middlesex, gentleman: in the Queen's Priaon.— ITai, 
Johneon the younger, St Andrew's-road, Newlngtoo^Smey, 
auctioneer: in the Queen's Prison.— /o*ii Keymer, FaA->L, 
Peckham, Surrey, prfaiter: in the Queen's Prison.— J'^bmi 
Barford, WiUeraess-row, Goswdl-st., Middlesex, •tmw bat 
manufocturer : in the Debtors Prison for London and Blidfle- 
sex.— /Mac Cooper, Manchester, beersdler: in tlM GmI of 
Lancaster.- ITm. Bcclee, Preston, Laneadiire, areeogroeer: 
in the Gaol of Lancaster.— £/^ FUterpft, Bladbun, Lan- 
cashire, joiner : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— JMrnml O erdm e r, 
Lancaster, out of business: in the Gad ofLancarter. Jamte 
Smethuret, Hulme, Mandiester, fanner : in the Gaol of Lan- 
caster.— (7eo. FTalton, Great Easton, Essex, butcher: in Ok 
Gaol of Chdmsford.— Xtfiffiff Cohen, Newoastie-upon-l^ie, 
cap manufacturer: in the Gad of Newcastle-iqMiD-TyB9> — 
Solomon Cohen, NewcasOe-upon-Tyne, cap manafoctarer: in 
the Gaol of Neweastk-upon-'Tyne.— Mmmd WmtS^m, 
Salford, Lancashire, jdner : in the Gad of Lancaster. — ni». 
Thexton, Higher Ardwick, Manchester, railway porter: In 
the Gaol of Lancaster.— /at. Blakemore, Binningham, erate- 
maker : in the Gaol of Cofentry.— Joibi ffuxhaoh Totaes, 
Deronshire, tallowdiandlert in the Gaol of St Thomas the 
Apostle.— 2>ote Joel, NeweasUe-upon-'^nM, eapnMrdiant: 
fai the Gad of N«wcaftle.upoii.Tlriie.— AwO. Swaby, Don- 



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T, ToriEaliire, fifhmonger : in the Oftol of York.— Jto4«r/ 
nefn» tbe elder, Ipewidi, SufFblk, melttter : in the Oeol of 
Imrk^— Jl IFdHuy the younger, Monkton, Ode-Pitdurd, 
H«elordduie, innkeqter: in the Gaol of Herefbrd.— 'ITfii. 
Btomdt E^rtmoat^ neer lirerpodl, debt ooUector : in the Gaol 
of Lenouter. — Wm. BimotuU, Tregont Farm, Skenfrith, 
MooBoodnbire, fininer: in the Gaol of Monmoatb.— T^lot. 
Qmrif Morley, near Leeds, Yorkahire, doth manufkctnrer : 
ia ^ Gacd of Yorlc — Thoi. Brrhigian, Leeda, Yorkahire, 
aib proprietor: fai the Gaol of York.— /oAn Wiiiimm Kim§, 
EfpfaB-aaill, near Richimwid, Yorkahire, oom miUer : in the 
Gaot of York.— Tftof . Jtibb, Weat Bar-men, SheflSdd, York- 
•hire, femitare broker : in ibt Gad of York. — H, Ooiipkere, 
Went Bar-green, Sheffield, Yorkahire, ailTeramldi t In the Gaol 
of York.— dot. Zmbrm, Kahoptiiorpe, near York, Yorkahire, 
tobaeeo mawdhctorer : in the Gad of York.— ITiii. MuddU, 
Saak-cHff; Dover, Kent, a pendoner of her Mijjeity'B Board 
of CnrtoBM : in the Gaol of Dorer.— ITm. Bopf, Chatham, 
Kmt, shipwright In her Mijeaty'a Dod^ard, Chatham : In 
the Gaol of Maldatone.— Z^miW MUU, Oldham, Lancaahire, 
ianobulBeaa: In the Gaol of Lancaater. 



7%tj bi h mi n § PHmm e n an ardmr^d la It hnmghi t^i h^f&r% 
tie Oamrt^ In Parimg^-Mfrni, to b€ €Xtmimid tmd deMU 
wUk meeerdimg to tko Strntmioi'^ 

Jme 14 «f 11, k^oro Mr, CbnmioiioHer Philups. 

Joim 8kaw, CowTMT'iiL, Citj-road, Middleaez, meaaengar 

to a watrhmakar.— tr. Doutkwaito, Brieklayera' Arma-jard, 

Old Kent-road, Snrrey, omnibna proprietor.— ITfii. T^tor, 

Qeeen-aq., Eldon-at., Flnabory, Bliddleaex, ccnerd deder.— 

/«Kff Pmlmer, Smlth-ter., Smidi-at, King'a.road, Chebea, 

, carpenter.— iliMireia H. dtDomUd, Mortlmer-at, 

, Middleaez, dark to a ahip broker. 

Tkt / o n 9w im$ Primmtr$ art ordorod to ho brought i|p hfforo 
• Hd§o ^f tko Cotmtw Oourtf to bo oxaminod tmd domlt 
with oeco rt Um g to tko Sife/if/e/— 



M tko (^tmif Oowrt of Somorootokiro, ot Tavnton, 

/mm 13. 
€iM. Boopor, Horabgton, near WIncanton, maater baker. 

At tko ComUf Court qf Nor^fbrdikiro, at HiRSPomo, 

/MM 14 mt 10. 
/ate Whmoy tfie yonnger, Monkton, oat of badneia."— 
Ckao. Hmof, Hoarwithy, drOlman. 

At tJke Omify Qmrt ^SftffM, ot Ipbwich, /mm 14 ot 10. 
Robert Tkormo the dder, Ipawidi, not following any bvai- 
ncsB. — - P ewo ni JTaiip, ^^kham-market, innkeeper. 

At tko Cbomtp Court ^f Warwiektkire, ot CormimY, 

/MM 23. 

Gcotye OHkort, Birmingham, atamper.— Geo. P. OurHck, 
CoogiitQa^ ont of bnaineaa.— £A9. .Frrt day, Weat Bromwidi, 
Stafiordihire, eordwainer. — Tkoo, Bato, Birmingham, hatter. 



FRIDAY, Jumi 1. 
BAI?KRUPTS. 

EDWARD WOODGATE, Greenwich, Kent, late of Bart- 
ktf a-bnildinga, Holbom, London, dectro-plate mannfiMS- 
torer, dealer and chapoaan, (treating nnder the atyle or firm of 
Watt & Co.), Jane 8 at 1, and July 13 at half-paat 11, Court 
of Bankmptcy, London : Oif. Aaa. Cannan ; Sol. Weat, 16» 
Gitaham-atreet. — Fiat dated May 31. 

JAMES UPTON, late of Bedford, bat now of High-street, 
Waadaworth, Surrey, com dealer, dealer and chapman, 
Jane 13 at 1, and July 11 at 11, Coort of Bankrootey, 
London : Off. Aaa. Stanaidd ; Sola. Shearman & Slater, 
Great Tower-atreet, London.— Fiat dated May 31. 

JOHN BURDETT HAMILTON, Grange-wdk, Bermond- 
■ey-aqnare, Bermondaey, Surrey, wholeade confectioner, oil 
tad Italian wardioaaeman, dealer and diapman, Jane 9 at 1, 
and Jdy 21 at 11, Conrt of Bankmptcy, London: Off. 
Asa. Follett; Sd. Depree, Lawrence-lane, Cheapaide.— 
Rrt dated May 31. 

GEORGE INGS, Saliabnry, WUtdiire, innholder, now oat 
of boaineaa, at preaent a priaoner tor debt in Flaherton 
Anger Gaol, WiHdiire, Jane 12 at 1, and Jnly 10 at 12, 
Court of Bankniptoy, London : Off. Aaa. Edwarda : Sol. 
Sawyeri Fidd-coart, Gray'a-lniL— Flat dated May 17. 



JAMES STOKES, Dorer, Kent, aaddler and hameaa maker, 
deder and chapman, Jane 13 at 1, and Jdy 12 at 11, 
Coort of Bankmptcy, London: Off. Aaa. Bdl; Sol. 
Thomdyke, Staple-inn.— Fiat dated May 31. 

EDWIN HEMING FEREDAT, Bilaton, StaiRwddiiie, dl 
merdiant, deder and chapman, Jane 13 and Jnly 24 at 10, 
Diatriet Coort of BanknipCoy, Bimdngham: Off. Aaa; 
Chriatle ; Sola. Brown, Bilaton ; Sadth, Wrmlngham.— Fiat 
dated May 26. 

GEORGE THORNET, Wolmhampton, Staffbidahire, ear. 
rier and Tictoaller, dealer and chapvMn, Jane 9 and Jdy 14 
at 12, Dktrlct Coort of Bankmptcy, Birmingham : Off. 
Aaa. Vdpy ; Sola. Phillipa, WolTcrhamptcm ; Motteram & 
Co., Birmingham.- Fiat dated May 25. 

WILLIAM MITCHELL, Birmingham, draper, dealer and 
diapman, Jane 13 and Jdy 12 at 12, DiMct Coort of 
Bankmptcy, Birmingiiam : Off. Asa. Valpy ; Sda. Satton 
9t Dann, Bhrmin^uon ; Motteram & Co., Birmingham.— ^ 
Fiat dated May 19. 

ROBERT ATKINSON, Urerpool, adrH dealer, dealer and 
chapman, June 19 and Jdy 9 at 1 1, Diatriet Coort of Bank- 
nipicy, Lhrerpod: Off. Aaa. Morgan; Sola. Raddiff, 
liferpod ; Norria & Co., Bedford-row, London— Fiat dated 
May 24. 

THOMAS MARTINSON ADAMS, Holton.le.Beckerlng, 
LIneolnahIre, com CMtor, dealer and chapaaan, Jane 13 and 
Jdy 4 at hdfjpaat 10, Diatriet Coort of Bankmptcy, 
Kingaton-opon-Holl : Off. An. Carrick ; Sola. Maaon & 
Dale, Lincoln ; WeUa & Sadth, Hall ; Taylor & Co., Great 
Jamea-atreet, London.— -Flat dated May 19. 

MBmiroa. 

Jumoo BMt Edgeware-road, Middleaez, and Bexley-heath, 
Wodwich, Rodieater, Chatham, and Bfaldatooe, Kent, draper, 
Jone 15 at 11, Coort of Bankmptcy, London, laat ex.— 
Geo. KhmoU, Carahalton, and Bdton.ternMC, Edward-atreet, 
Wdworth, Sorrey, apinnar, Jane 25 ait half-paat 12, Coort of 
BankmptcT» London, laat «z.<-^JM» JM&vfon, Moreton^ 
BaacK, miller, Jone 23 at II, Coort of Bankmptcy, London, 
laat as. and and. oe,^^Bdmurd Hoaallar theyoonger, Torqoay, 
Derooahire, boUder, Jone 20 at 11, Diatriet Coort of Bank, 
raptey, Bzater, laat as. — Wm. Aok, Henry-at., Hampatead. 
road, Middleaez, jdomber, Jone 22 at 11, Coort of Bank 
mptcy, London, and. ae.— 7!lot. Biadlf|^ Uj 



', Upper Sydenham, 
Baniraptcy, London, 



Kent, TletaaUer, Jone 25 at II, Coortof I 
and. ao.— Aanry NowooUf Norwich, grocer, Jone 25 at 12, 
Coort of Banknmtey, London, and. ao.— GUrlat Cuokinf^ 
Norwidi, oarrer, Jone 25 at II, Coort of Bankmptcy, Lon* 
don, and. ac.— >i?(mry WUHmuo, Fluk-plaoe, Kendngton- 




aod. ac.— VT. Couok and /. D, Couek, Swanaea, Gla- 
momnahlre, aall makera, Jone 29 at 11, Diatriet Coort of 
Bankmptcy, Briatol, and. ac— ^ct. C. Aleia, Briatol, car. 
rier, Jone 29 at II, Diatriet Coort of Bankraptcr, Briatd, 
and. ac.— /oibi Wotoom Burton, Geo. Cotooom, and WilHum 
Smitkt M anch e ater, and Leeda, Yorkahhre, manoAietarera, 
Jone 22 at 12, Diatriet Coort of Bankroptey, Mancheater, 
and. ac — WopUo Wordou, Birmingham, com agent, Jone 27 
at 12, Diatriet Coort of Bankmptinr, Bhrmingham, and. ac. ; 
Jone 28 at 12, fin. diy.— Cileriit Morok Adumo and CkorUo 
Wurrom, Shrewaboij, and >farket Drayton, Shropahire, 
bankera, Jdy 14 at 12, Diatriet Coort of Bankraptey, Bir- 
mingham, and. ac. and diy.- /oAn IFm. Wktoou, Shrewabory, 
Shropahire, aeriTcner, Jone 27 at 12, Diatriet Coort of Bank, 
mptqr* Birmingham, and. ac— 7!fto«. Bttmtoy, Dudley, Wor. 
ceaterahire, and Tipton, Stafforddihre, printer, Jone 23 at 
12, Diatriet Coort of Bankroptey, Bhrmingham, and. ac.— 
Hourif Konwurd, Moreton«in.Muih, GloooaatBrahin, tailor, 
June 22 at 11, Diatrkst Coort of Bankroptey, Briatol, and. 
m^-^okH Hottw, Norton St. Philip, SoBMrwtahIro, nriller, 
Jone 26 at 11, iJiatriot Coort of Bankmptcy, Briatol, and. ac. 
^Riekard Bogoro and Vfin. B^roro, Tirowbridce, Wiltahire, 
taUowchandlera, Jone 22 at II , Diatriet Court of Bankmptcy, 
Briatol, and. ac— Voikn Btoekbumo, Liferpool, tailor, June 
25 at 11, Diatriet Coort of Bankroptey, liTcrpool, aod. ac— 
Jamoo Orme, Bootle-com-Iinacro, Lancaddro, hotelkeeper, 
Jane 27 at 11, Diatriet Coort of Banknmt(rr, liferpod, and. 
ac— /eoMt Bumkmu, Edgeware-road, Middleaez, ailk mercer, 
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-i^r MWdleeeg, pnbliem, 
Jane 25' at iialf.paii if , Goorl oC ]lk]£xipCqr» LoBdan^ 
AUm. B^t SbU&^L^ Jabikt>*pLt Stepnoy, nd BaMMt, 
Cflnbridg»-Kitd, MPB*«id. Middlemv ensinw, Juno 25 at 
U, GMrt of BMtamp«ij, Londoo^ dtr^&nry WiUkmu, 
ftBfk-pL, KnningtQMMiM, S«r^, koMnoni^, ^^^/^ 

11, Court of Bankraptqr, London, diy.— JbMgpifc fiomfy, 
Boston, BDdfodbrtiife, fus^ JoDB 2S at 12; Coort of Brak. 
ranter, London, diT.— /nU OoM»«d Om. OoMf, Kaitkh- 
lK^diiig% Sonthvarky SarN]Ff hop^ fiMtort, Jnna 23 at 12, 
Conrt of BanlmvtajF, Londm, dw.— fTinfir Lmrh and/o«. 
Woodhead, Enei-it., Strand, MiddBieiy wnry agoUi, Jmne 
28 nt llr Const of Baidcnq^tef, hoatm^ ^tr.-^tmm LtAjf 
and T. J. Xndf , Barking Baaox, oaaL msrohairtt, Juno 22 at 

12, Conrt of BaidDmptej, London, div. s^. oat of /4NiMt 
Xa^— i^bfw m«9mm tfan yonngar, CoalboornbMok, Oldawin- 
ford, Staffordihire, glaaa mannfactnrer, Jalj 10 at 10, Diilrfet 
Conrt of BankrtDpCi^, BJHninriwm, and* ae. and dhr. — Wm, 
BMoek, NottiH^MW, groear, Jnne 20 allO, Diatiiot Conrt 
of BMibnptay, Not^n^iaa, fin. div.— JMn A. Bmnmr , 
MandMater, ootfeon apinnnt, Jom 2» at 12, Diatriet Conrt of 
Bankruptcy, Manoheater, fin. diy.— Jb^ W. Burtam^ Omrge 
GbAMn, and JTm. AnMI, Bianobaater and Lodda, YoriuUrr, 
manufactnnHra,Junn2aatl2,Diatdat ComtoCBarioaytey, 
Manoheater, fin. div*— /jmo WimmM^UeAjr TydviW Ola- 
norganahira, grooaiv My 2 at U, Dfatriot Conrt oC Bank- 
Euptoy, Bnatol, d^r.-JVwetr JEm^ NoalteUecton, TodiaUre, 
innkeeper, Juqa 22 at 11» Dialrict Gonct of Bankruptcy, 
Leeds, div.— /o^ WaiJter and Wm. Walker, Birkenhead, 
Cheshire, joiners, June 2» at II, District Court of Bank, 
ruptey, liftrpool, d ir . M ^ Bl me A hmn t^ UTspool, taior, 
Juna 26 at 12, DteMM: Co«t of BaidDrwfeay; Life^ool^din. 
—IF. Patter, Birkanhaad, Chinidrw, anl Liferpooi» marchanl, 
June 27 at 11, Dioknat Comt of B ankf np t a y> liwpnal, dil^ 
■ /amet /. JiWfna mA' JUpMnaaw Avana, DubImb, drapan, 
July 2 at half^pMtM, Dktikst Court of Bankruptay^ TAvm- 
oastloH^iott-Tyaa, dir. aspk aat of Jm. J. Mumm^ — W. Wmd 
and Joiln IFami, Liiigiti and. Ifwtan, Dushaah 
July 2 at 12, Diataiai Coustod Bnkraptof, ~~ 
Tyne, dMr.^/od» Hamcffil^, Q a t w h ead, B 
mi^ar, JiUy^at U^DistilBt Canrtnf B^nkraplq!,NnircaB«l». 
npoop-Tyna, div. 

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w^^tTw vaa AMi^ ^y j^vaHNy* 

J^firtiUom^ OambiUgpi, grocev, June2aat 1, Com* ol 
Bankruptcy, Landoik — Jmoek MlttUr^ Dtftanahira-atreat, 
BiBhop8gatB-at.r London, taiar» June 2fr at 1, Conrt of Baiil^ 
ruptcy^ LondoB^^ITm JbrlasoM,. ▲rtiMacy^.pL, WooMah, 
Kent, baker, Jcne 22 at 12, Covt of Bankmptcy, Lendan>. - 
Ckarh* Fnd, Bmrtom Noath. Aaaay-staaet^ Graofannr a^,,, 
If iddlases, anatwnamyJnna 22 at 12» Conrt of Bankanptayi 
London. — > JltdUmdf X ii aip j itf» Pmtt-ateaat, Camdeni^own^ 
Middlaaan, builder^ Jnnn 26 at 12, Court of Binkraptay, 
London>-*i/diti> Admmh Staplauiaad, Law sat au , aoaMrBatAisa, 
foliar, Juno 28 at 12» Diatiot Court- of Badbmptey, BviatoL 
-^Bmwfy Qore^ ChaliinUain, GUuwitarAisa, phuiJicr, Jnna 
2ft at 12, Diatskt Gonit of Bankmptqr, BriatoL— JMarl 
Jf;Miatt,.Newant, CMpiiiirtsnliiray timbaa daidatr July 10 at 
11, Diatciat Govt of Bankmptap, Briatok-JKciL WiiOmui, 
BristolrWidertahar^JuOT 2aat lUDiatnct Canat of BMh. 
mptcy, Bristol.— Jianry Smitk and /oil» AniM, SheAaU^ 
Toikshke, oomaaaa hwiMBBv June 2^ at 10, Diatdot Court of 
Baakruptey, SheflMd. Jdiaarrf Posa^ Sheiiald, Yoekahiaa, 
batcher,. Jane 2a at 10v.DMtriet Court of Bankrupt^, Shaf- 
field.--4learpe O-aeto, Sk^kOd^ Yoakafake, booksalfer, Ju» 
23 at 10, Distilat Conrt of Banhrantay^ Shcaald.^3?laaMr 

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shire,. beetseUar, Junn 27 at 12». Pktrirt Court of Banbmptop, 



lb h^aimt i ay «ia Fi saMOIanaa l far ^ Oa jBj^ Ommi^ 
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lane, London, wine menllant; — W, A. IP^nsM, T 
and C! i ea te rto n » Caaabfidisifctw, printer.— Aia* 
Pufffiieli, CaraarfonsMre, mam drmr. — fTai. hm Mtmi, 
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dooicK SwuiMntAmoMa* 



WnuMiokmnkd, Mmamoak, rairit dealer.^ — Wm,l 
WdiuhMgf, taikir.— Hanrp Wm, OncAttm, Mkuk^kardave 
d aa l a r , a n d DenofUD, M ana hwr 

INSOLTSNT DEBTOBS 

WJh h»9fthd iMr PHmmu in ilU Gmri af ffa nfi iipfrj , 
amTilaaa obtained an InUrim Ordtrfir iVafaefianjVaai 



JHos. WM, Calverton Lower Wheal, Bnidrfag^mrinw, 
aeiAstor, June 27 at 11, Connty- Conrt of Buckfaghansiiire, 
at BoiAingfaa]n.«-*Olai« H^ BncMipAoaf, IpawieB^ 8uftilf| 
upholalerer, June 14 a* 10^ County Court of Noifoft, at ^ 
iricfa.— /tfmer Seeit, lireipool, saw radnr, Jvna 15 st 1, 
Connty^ Court of Lancashire, at Manchester.— >foAn fFbran, 
Huime, Bftodiester, ont of buafawas, June 15 at 1, Gooitfy 
Court of Lancaslure, at Mandieater.— %^An Fitriey, Ker* 
wich, cabinet maker, Jone22 at 10, Conn^ Conzt of Nsr- 
folk, at Norwich.— IZtcilard Badhmm, Bromyard, Hcrefoid. 
shire, attorney at law, June 22 at 10, County Court of Hoe- 
fordsiure, at Bromyard. — haae Cttufield, Bradford, Yoik- 
shlre, shopkeeper, June 29 st H, County Court of Torkd^i 
at Bradford.— FT. Whm, Bradfbrd, Yorkshire, taflor, Jane fH 
at II, CkMly Ceuvtaf TosWiira, at BtndlDrd^— ill SmtOm- 
5aMfc»Pnda^,Yoikahifn,ekitbn]ann&ctarec JnaeSSatll, 
Countr Conrtof York8hke,at Bndfind.— /. M*Nmman,Bik- 
fbrd, DcTonshire, master mariner, June 7 at 10, County Court 
of DeTODshire, at Bideford.— jBo^f . HUl», Bfeopham, Keat, 
firoiterer, Jane 9 at 10, County Court of Kent, nt Gravesend. 
— Jfw XlffffT, Leads, Yorkihhre, bookkeeper, Jaav t3 mt 15, 
County Coort of YorkahiBe^ at Leeda.— Jlfertn BooK widow, 
GiUinghami, Kent,. June 7 at 10, Cranty Court of Kant, at 
Rochester. — Jamei Hawkttworth, Manchester, painter, June 
15 at I, County Court of Lancashire, at Manchoter. — Tkat. 
Oibbi, Stratford-upon-Aron, Wbrwickshire, licensed rie- 
tnailer, June 21 at 0, C^rantf Court of Warwideafedre, at 
StraUbi'd'-upon^Afon. -~ /aaiar Jf *J9mipalf, Ixmgaiglkt, wbb 
BxandiaBter, woouen (fletn (fcalei, JuBe'15 at 1, County Casrt 
of Lancashire, at Manchester.— /otAua Hall, Milneabridge, 
Almondbnry, Yorkshire, innkeeper, Jane 21 at 10, Cou^ 
Court of Yorkshire, at BodderaAeUL— JbAn William Blitm, 
Weston-super-Mare, Soaaorsetsbke, attorney at law, June \i 
at 9v County Coast of Somersetshire, at Weston. gnpar-Maiai 
— Daniel MoffO, RodidaIe» Lancashire, bookkeeper,. Jue 21 
at 12, County Court of Lancashire, at Rochdale. — bwiutsm 
Dattnton, Bornham, Somersetshire, painter, June 14 at 1, 
County Court of Somersetshire, at Auridge. 

The following Penonr, wJh^ emtMr 9e9ermi FiKJimmm /fkdin 
ine ^vttrt, nave oavainatf ^ttentn Kfroem jeir in^9itei9en 
ffffm PfoeeiM, are T^awedio ofpeav m Cbuf^a^Aa^aun^^fr 
flMnffoiMff, at ike Cemrt*ko9eer in ^if a y ul - a fr ea r, JUn- 
eoAi'a Aw, ae fblhw», ie be O Momtrnd and demU wUM 
aeeort^ng to ike Sfaiwie: — 

June 16 ai 10^ b^fitre Mit. Cbwimiasliair Pni&ura. 
CXarlsa JZrpnaAdv, wiBiuB* stieetr Swonpeit-alraat, Cnas- 
■erdal-iuad Eaat, BlSddfeaai, brtekbiyer.— O. S. Co memef, 
Grant Goeage-straat,. Bannandaof, Suney, baker. 

June 18 at 10, b^ore Jlr. OMiin<si<ofiar Phxujm* 
Jantee Munner Upper York^^Iaca, St. John's-woad, Mnry- 
lebone, Middlesex, chandler-ahop keeper. — P. P. Goiter, 
Coburv-plaor^OldKent-road^ Snoey, sBaafear in her Majnaty's 
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Chancellor might lead to the suppositicm that his Lord- 
ship meant to say, that sone bnt a vahiabk considera- 
tion, as distinguished frem a paod 9r mmrUarkm aon- 
sideration, will suffice to si^port sn asngnment of a 
possibility. Bat we conceive his Lordship did not 
mean to overrule those cases in whidi a good or meri- 
torious consideration has supported an equitable assign- 
ment, but only to lay down, that a purviy Tohmtsry 
assignment of an expectancy cannot be enforced. 

The question, whether a meritorious consideration is 
sufficient to support an imperfect gift or an assignment 
of an expectancy, appears to be the subject of conflict- 
ing decision. The question came before Sir £. Sugden, 
L. C, in Ellu V. NimmOy (L. & G. 833), and that 
learned judge held, that an agreement by a father, en- 
tered into after his daughter's marriage, to make a pro- 
vision for her, would be carried into effect in equity. 
In his judgment he refers to several cases in which the 
Court had intimated, that a contract entered into upon 
a meritorious consideration, meaning thereby a contract 
in favour of a wife or child, would be enforced. {Col- 
man v. Sarrd^ 1 Ves. jun. 50; Pulvertcfi v. Pulvertofi, 
18 Yes. 84). Singularly enough, the oaee of Wru^ v. 
WrigJUf (1 Ves. sen. 409), in which the point had 
arisen of an assignment of a possibility being enforced 
in equity, was not referred to in Ellis v. Nimmo; neither 
was it noticed in Hollows^ y, HeacHngtony (8 Sim. 324), 
which will be presently referred to. 

In Wright v. Wright there was a devise to the tes- 
tator's two daughters: if either of them should die 
unmarried, his son Robert^ or his heirs, should take, on 
paying 600/. to the other daughter. The son Robert, 
in the lifetime of hb sbters, conveyed his interest to his 
younger son, in connderation of natural love. After 
the death of one of the daughters, the eldest aon and 
heir of Robert filed his bill to have the estate, on pay- 
ment of 600/. to the other daughter; and it was held 
that he was bound by his conveyance. The Lord 
Chancellor said the interest of Robert was a possibility 
which, at law, could not be granted or devised, and com- 
pared the case to that of a chose in action, which, though 
not assignable at law, may be assigned in equity for Mh 
huhle consideration. And tiien he continued — ** I agree, 
that, for some purposes, the present consideration is not 
so strong as that for money. If the question came to be 
between the child so advanced in love &e. and a cre- 
ditor bonik fide, the equity of the creditor will be supe- 
rior to that of the child ; but, as against any daiming 
voluntarily from the &ther, as executor, administrator, 
or heir-at-law, it is a consideration, and only made so in 
the second degree, where the question is with a creditor 
who is a purdiaser." The decision seems^ therefore, en^ 
tirely based on the connderation of love and affection 
between fother and child being sufficient to support in 
equity an assigmnent, which the Court admits would 
be, if purely volnntaiy, an imperfect gift, incapable of 
being perfected in equity. 

DUton V. Coppin, (4 My. & Cr. 645), which it was 
contended, in WiO^T. Mangles, (10 CI. & Fin. 215), 
overrules EIHs v. Nkmo, was a case of a totally dif- 
ferent kind, having, as it seems to us, nothing to do 
with the doctrine of JB»it V. iVtuMwo. DUton r.Coppin\ 
was the case of a deed-poll by a fiither in favour of his | 
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daughter, professing to aarfgn certain property, viz* 
East India stock, which waa focapable of passing bj 
assignment. It was kept by the fiither during his life 
in his own possession, and the daughter never knew 
of its existence. The case was expressly decided on the 
authority of Antrobms v.iSWm^ (12 Yes. 30), and it is 
impossible not to see that a principal ingredient in the 
dedsion was the TekiBtwn of the deed bj the 
The Lord Chancellor expresdy distinguished the 
from one of contract. ^' Here," he said, ^ is no oontzact, 
but a deed-poll, professing to assign property incafiabLB 
of passing by such assignment." 

The case of HoUowojf v. Headington (8 Sim. 324) does 
not overrule, or affiect to overrule, the case of £B& r. 
Nimmo, In that case, the settlement made after mar- 
riage by husband and wife was in favour of the wifii 
for life, remainder to the husband for life, remainder 
to the children of the wife living at her deatii, to be 
begotten by her then present or any future husband. 
As regarded the wife's interest, therefore — and the bill 
was by her to have the trusts carried into execu- 
tion — the settlement was purely voluntary, the love 
and affection for a wife deariy not constitating e?en 
a meritorious consideration. The children of the wife 
by any other marriage were also clearly mere vo- 
lunteers, being strangers in blood to the husband, the 
real settlor; and the only parties on whose behalf a 
meritorious consideration could be set up were the 
children, who were contingently interested only, and 
who, whether they could or not have sued, did n<k sue. 
Framed, therefore, as the suit was, the bill could only 
be dbmissed. What the Court said was, that .EOis v. 
Nimmo was not binding, because the grounds on which 
Sir E. Sugden had decided it were disapproved by hk 
successor, although the decree was affirmed. And then 
the Vice-Chancellor goes on to say, that .EZInr v. iVSv 
was wholly unlike the case before him, and to point < 
in what the two cases difi^ered. So that the aothoritj 
of Ellis V. Nimmo, whatever it may be, is not 1 
by the decision in HoUoway v. ffeadington. 

If, then, EHis v. Nimmo is not overruled by othl 
Dillon V. Ooppin, ffoHoway r. HeadingUmy or Mesi l 
KettleweU, there is stUl reason to consider it as by 4 
means dear, having regard to the case of Wright; 
Wright above cited, that a contract to assign a peel 
bility, or any other contract resting in fieri, will a 
be executed, in equity, in fiavour of a child, or, p< 
haps, a brother or sister. 



The Metropolitan and Ftovincial Law Associayon 
a very curious association; if conducted with vigour, 
cording to its proposed phm, it wiD produce very im; 
ant effects in the position of Attomies and 
including probably many neither intended nor Ibresc 
by its promoters. We may very shortly state its mi 
objects, by saying that they axe to oiganise the memh 
of the junior branch oLthe Profession into a oompi 
body, for protecting their own interests, for raiang i 
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siderable portion of the privileges liitherto enjoyed ^ 
the Bar. These may or may not be proper objects^ n 
beneficial to the public ; but they are the objects, t 
avowed with tolerable clearness^ by the Metr^iolil 
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verdict, except where the nature of the case seems to 
call for the peculiar experience of a member of the Bar. 
The weakness of this branch of the Profession consists, 
in a great degree, in the way in which they continually 
play into the hands of their competitors of a higher 
branch ; and there is a palpable inconsistency in tneir 
at the same time complaimng of being excluded from 
all posts of honourable distinction, fortne benefit of the 
Bar, and especially ^m such as partake of a minor 
judicial character, and yet, whenever they have them- 
selves the appointment of a person to fill a judicial 
position which is open to themselves in common with 
the Bar, almost invariably naming, or consenting to the 
nomination of, a Barrister. Whether it arise from an 
excess of generosity, or from professional jealousy, it 
appears to the committee to be equally an unwise and a 
suicidal policy." 

Again, in commenting on the Bankruptcy Bill now 
before the Legislature : — 

" The eighth article provides that a Serjeant-at-Law, 
or a Barrister of seven years' standing, wall alone be 
eligible to be appointed a commissioner of the court. 
Against the monopoly of appointments which is being 
rapidljT consummated by the members of the Bar, the 
committee think it important to take every opportunitpr 
of protesting. The exclusion of Attomies from elig- 
ibility as Commissioners in Bankruptcy is a modem m- 
novation, arising solely from the fact that the Bar has 
gradufdly succeeded in getting a control over the ap- 
pointing authorities. It is not warranted by experience, 
which shews, on the contrary, that the duties of the 
office have always been as well fulfilled by Attomies as 
by Barristers ; and this is what would be expected from 
-B connderation of the nature of those duties, which arise 
principally from mercantile matters and questions of 
account, with which solicitors in large practice have 
daily to deal, and conceminff which it frequently hap- 
pens that Barristers of much more than seven years' 
standing are profoundly ignorant. Much of the dissa- 
tisfaction which is at present felt bv the public with 
the Bankraptcy Court arises from the fact, that some 
of the learned Commissioners are not, as they cannot be 
expected, from their want of experience, to be, suffi- 
ciently acquunted with the details of the ordinary 
transactions of a commercial community. The com- 
mittee contend^ that, having regard to the apprentice- 
ship and exammation to which Solicitors are subjected, 
if seven years' standing at the Bar is to confer eligi- 
bility, a similar amount of actual practice as a Solicitor 
ought also to do so. The committee believe that the 
experience of the local courts would shew that judges 
appointed from the ranks of the Attomies are, in ^e- 
nersJ, at any rate as capable of discharging their duties 
with benefit and satisfaction to the public, as well as to 
the Profession, as those who have been raised from the 
junior Bar." 

And again, in speaking of the County Courts: — 

''The committee cannot allow this opportunity to 
pass without repeating, in the name of their professional 
Ibrethren, their protest against those provisions of the 
County Courts Act, by which Attomies and Solicitors 
are excluded from eligibility for the appointments of 
Judges — ^by which their right of advocacy is rendered 
dependent upon the will of the Judge — and by which 
their fees are so restricted as continually to render the 
conducting of a case in those courts a positive loss to 
the practitioner. They think that everv means should 
be adopted that seems likely to remedy these grievances, 
which they feel are obnoxious to every sound principle 
of public or professional policy." 

From all tnis it is quite clear, that the Society thinks 
the Bar has an undue preponderance in the public 
estimation, and means to urge that the Solicitors ought, 
as a body, to contend against that preponderance. 

To us this question has always appeared very free 
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from difficulty, looking, as we do, at both branches of 
the Profession as made for the public, and not the 
public for them. As English professional society has 
been constituted for ages—as we now find it consti- 
tuted — there is a distinction between the studies and 
occupations, and, as a consequence, between the p«tt- 
tion and privileges, of the Bar and of Solicitors. That 
distinction may be ill founded, and if it is — ^if it s 
pernicious to the public— it must, of course, cease. But 
thus much is certain — ^there must be either a diatino* 
tion or no distinction. If it is for the benefit of tiie 
public — a point on which we offer no opinion— that the 
business now entrusted to Barristers should be indif- 
ferently entmsted to them or to Solicitors, and that all 
the inferior judicial appointments now customarily 
filled by Barristers shall be filled indiflRerently by them 
or by ^Ucitors, the simple operation of all this will be 
to abolish the dbtinction between Barrister and Sdi- 
citor, and to make every man in the Profession^ (ex- 
cept, perhaps, a few leading men^ who choose to confine 
themselves to advocacy). Barrister as well as Soli- 
citor, Solicitor as well as Barrister. It may be that 
such a change will be for the benefit of the public; 
but such a cnange will assuredly follow, if the plans 
of the Metropolitan and Provincial Law Aaoodation 
are carried out with success; and the profession of 
advocate and attomey will become united, as it is in 
most continental countries— as it is, we believe, almost 
universally, in America. 

The Society has other objects of less questionahle 
utility than that of amalgamating the two branches of 
the Profession. It proposes to devote its powers to the 
promotion of rational reform of the law, and particu- 
larly to the bringing before the Profesnon and the 
Legislature, from time to time, such suneotions for 
improvements as occur more naturally and fineqacsitir 
to Solicitors than to those who are not acquainted witii 
the details of practice, and the way in which laws prac- 
tically work. But, even in these law-refomung pro- 
jects, we perceive that the Association bases its views 
and feelings upon the idea of the public being made 
for Solicitors, rather than Solicitors for the pnhlic 
For instance, in reference to Lord Brougham's proposed 
extension of the provisions of the 8 & 9 Vict. c« 119, we 
find the following in the Society's Report: — 

** A short bill, introduced by Lord Brougham, has 
already passed the Lords, extending the providons of 
the 8 & 9 Vict. c. 119, by which the Taxuig Hasten 
were reouired, in estimating the sum proper to be 
chaiged for certain deeds, to consider, not their length, 
but the skill and labour employed, and the responai- 
bility incurred in their preparation; and enacting, that 
the same principles shall be applied in taxing the costs 
for preparing or executing any deed, will, or other 
instrument in writing. 

'*No step has yet been taken on this bill in the 
House of Commons, and the committee hope that it 
will undeigo the careful scmtiny of the Frofesaon. 
before it is suffered to pass into law. The bill upon 
which it is founded has very rarely been acted nponj 
but the present measure may be so interpreted as to 
produce the most sweeping and prejudicial chai^g^es in 
the department of conveyancing, and it calls for active 
and anxious attention to its progress, that the w^fare 
of the Profession may not be sacrificed to its e^»eri* 
mental provisions." 

On the whole, we conceive, judging fit>m the Re- 
port published by this Society* of its objects and in- 
tentions, that it is one calculated to produce, as we have 
already said, at least important results; but we would 
caution it against indulging too much in the ** dass" 
spirit which seems to animate it. If it does, it will 
do less good to the public, and more harm to the 
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Barton-upon-Homber, Lincolnshire, ironmonger, June 27 tt 
hi^pftst 10, Distriet Court of Bankroptcy, Kingstoa-npon- 
Hnll, and. ac; at 11, first and fin. dir. — Wm, Hirti, Joseph 
BptmI, and Wm. Hint the younger, Gomenal, Yoi^jhire, 
merchants, Jane 28 at 11, District Coort of Bankniptcj, 
Leeds, and. ac— /o^ Gale, Braton-street, Berkeley-aqnare, 
Middlesex, bookseller, June 26 at 11, Govt of Bankmptcy, 
London, div. — Maurict /. Pyiff Brighton, Snssei, jeweller, 
June 27 at half-past 11, Coiut of Bankruptcy, London, div. 
— fPfM. B. Brodie and CkoB, Oeo. Brodie, SalisbaiT, Wilt- 
shire, bankers, June 27 at half-past 12, Court of Baabnptcy, 
Lonikm, div. — Thos. H. Finder, Southampton, and Chelten- 
ham and Gloucester, Oloucestcnhire, tauor, June 26 at 1, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, dir.— /oM D, Abrams, York, 
tailor, June 28 at 11, Dlitriot Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, 
dtr* 

CUETmOATSS. 

7b be allowed, unlete Ckuee be thewn to ike contrary on or 
b^fbre the Day qf Meeting, 
Jamee Frueer, Brighton, Sussex, draper, June 27 at 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London.— CXorias -Howard, Kingston, 
Surrey, and Great Tower-st., London, wine merchant, June 
27 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— Tamct H. Davie, 
Windmill-st., Haymarfcet, Middlesex, livery-stable keeper, 
June 27 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — SdwaraL, 
Blaekman, Gracechurch-sL, London, tailor, June 27 at half- 
past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— >Xei9tt L. WUUle, 
Bolton, Lancashire, grocer, June 26 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester. — Joe. B, Satitk, LiTcrpool, joiner, 
June 28 at 11, District Court of ^Bankmpti^, Liverpool.— 
Moberi Cartky, Stafford, carpenter, June 27 at 12, District 
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. 

IV be allowed by ike FSes-donetOor qf ike Hiyk Oeimri ^ 

Okane er y , aeHny in Ba nkrap t ey, tm/ess CsMt be tkiwu to 

ike co nt rary on or b^bre Jmne 26. 

Jmnet HeWnye, Rugelev, Staffordshire, eommon brewer.— 

^fn. Kemoard, Moreton-m> Marsh, Gloucestershire, tailor. — 

HtcA. /. 8. Robhu, Tavistock, Devonshire, attorney.*— JBtff9. 

Jkttrie, MamkuU, Dorsetirtiire, cattle dealer.— 7iM«^A Jokneon 

the younger, Uxbridge, Middlesex, and Iver, Buckiitfham- 

•hire, common carrier.— £iAp. Bmmeil tiie younger, ShtDU, 

Gloueestershire, cattle dealer. 

Fiat AlonTLUUK 
Ckae. Stewart, Little St. James-stseet, St. James's, Mid- 
dleaer, builder. 

Scotch Sboijustratioiib. 
Jamee Lyeil, Newburgh, Fifeshire, doth manufketurer.- 
^^Mexander P. Beid, Dundee, merehant.— DtttM BeoeHdye, 
Maxwellton, Troqneer, Kirkcndkright, baker.— i(. Tleammey%^ 
Cults, near Whitbom, ftumer. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Wko kanefikd ikeir PeOtione in ike Court ^ Bankwnptcy, 

and kave obtained an Interim Order for ProieeOan from 

Proceee. 

Ckae, Smitk, Sonniog, Bsvkakire, tailor, Jum U at 11, 
County Court of Berkshire, at Reudhw.— ^sorye Tkonguon, 
Hensington, near Woodstock, Oxfordshire, glove manufac- 
turer, June 21 at 11, County Court of Oxfordshire, at Wood- 
stock.'-Jo^ MarektM Smitk, Homton, Devonshifu, pfaimher, 
June 13 at 10, Cowty Cosvt of Devonshire, at Honikm.— 
Jbkn L. Fry, Honiten, Devonshire, tailor, June 13 at 10, 
County Court of DmronsUre, at Honlton.-nJb«qiil Crimee, 
Salford, Lancashire, joiner, June 20 at 12, County Court of 
LsEneashire, at Sallbrd.— IFfii. S^, Newuastle-upon.T^Be, 
general agent, June 21 at 16, County Court of Northumberw 
land, «t Newcastle-upon-Tyne. — Winiaen Ctastom LaiOer, 
Newcastle-upon-lVne, mustard manufcctnrer, June 21 at 10^ 
County Court of NorthumbeHand, at Newewtle-upeo-Tyae. 
— fT. Com, Wbtow, HuntfaMpdoDshire, out of businees, Juas 
22 at 11, County Court of Huntingdonshire, at Huntingdn. 
-^Henry D. Monro, Oxford, bachdor of aits, June 20 at 2, 
County Court of Oxfordshire, at Oxford. — JMu Modeoti, 
Swaveeey, Cambridgeshire, hay factor, June 22 at 11, 

County Court of HnntingdonBhire, at Huntingdon Wimam 

Sabineon Fkdrckmok, Uterpool, painter, June 11 at 10, 
Liverpool DIstrfct County Court, at Livenool.— /u». Mead, 
Liverpod, wine mendiant, June 11 at 10, Liverpool District 
County Court, at Uvefport^-.*«Mb WaiHneon, widow, 



Liverpool, June 11 at 10, Liverpo<d District County Court, 
at Liverpool. — Wm, Speed, Liverpool, butcher, June 11 st 
10, Liverpool District C oua t y Court, at LiverpooL- •Join 
Bdgar GuUeridge, Oxton» Woodchnrcb, Cheshire* saddler, 
June 15 at 10, County Orart of Cheshire, at Birkenhead.— 
Wm. Reeee, Birkeidbead, C h es hir e, beer-house keeper, June 
15 at 10, County Court of Gheshiie, at Bfakenheed Jata 
Oomm Baker Bird, Birkenhead, Cheahire, aooountaat, Jm 
20 at 10, County Court of Cheshire, at Brkenbend.— Vuawi 
Tkemfoon, June 12 at 11, Ccunty Court of Warwickafairu, gt 
Tuaworth. 

Tke/bllawiny Pereone, leJIo, Ofi ikeir ee^ereiPetHieeujOadin 
ike Court, kaoe obtained Interim Ordere/br ProteeHea 
Jrom Proeeee, are required to mppear in Court ae kereimqfter 
mentioned, at ike Court'komee, in Portuyai-etreei, Lk^ 
eoln'e Inn, ae JblUfwe, to be examined and deali witk 
according to ike Statute:-^ 

June 19 at 11, b^fitre Mr,'Commieeioner Habaiu. 
Henry Wm, Boneor, WmuHtth-place, New Kent-Mud, 
Surrey, attorney's derk.— JTenry Perkine, Prinoeas-etreet, 
Edgware-road, Middkiex, smith. — Henry Daoiee^ Cbapel- 
place, Yere-st., Ozfard-st., Bfiddlesex, saddler. 

June 20 at 11, b^fiuro ike Caimw CoiucxaatoiiB&. 
Mdw. Bky, Yori^^L, PentonviDe^uU, Middkurx, plmb«. 
— fTm. Afu Stray, Lambeth-walk, Lambeth, Surrey, hutt«. 
— fTm. D<^iey, Upper CmMnh^gen-st, Islington, MiiidlreiiT. 
architect.— ^o«Q9 A IHek. Carter, Clayland-pbioe, Churdb-at, 
Kennington, Surrey, out of business. 

June 20 at 10, before Mr. Commieeioner Law. 
Wm. Naleon, Mey-st., Middlssex, boolcseller.— Geerye 
CowgiU Morgan, Carshalton, near Croydon, Surrey, &rm«. 
^Stepken Beynolde, ArUngton-st., Clerkenwell, Middkeex, 
groocr.-^A^M Jauneey, Dartmoutii-row, Sydenham, Kent, 
ulttmber.— /at. Crabiree, Little ABe-st., Goodnaa^s-Mds, 
M i d dlo ae x , baker.— JWtf. Ougkion, Camden-place^ 8o«^ 
ampton-at., CamberweU, Suouy, chemist.— VTni. MarakaR, 
Hannage-st., Brick-hme, Spitalfidds, Middlesex, ^ ^m^^ ^ 

June2l at 10, b^an Mr, Cowemimiemt Law, 
BeneardJacok, Bradford, TciksUre, clothier's l 
DaeidBrown, little ABemt., Qoodman's-fidds, ] 



BatmrOayfJune^. 
Tkefit a e m i ng Aeeiyneee k ao e b etn m o intt d. Mr^w^^m^ ^mr^ 

ticuiare may be learned mi ike OfUe, in PortuyaUt. , £dm» 

mkife4Mn'JMde^ am yiaing ike Number qfike Caee. 

Wm. TVtwAtM, Bsbopwearmouth, Durham, cartwri^t. 

No. 70,72SC.; Simpaon Hodgson, sasignmi SKMJaii 

Neaie, widow, Hdgkam, Nonnch, No. 70,802 C ; Geoive 
Arthur Dye, assignee.— TTin. Noiley the younger, Carr'a. 
mills. Bower Hinton, SomenelAire, mBler : No. 70,885 C. ; 
George Hart, assignee. — AfrntrnJ Aideretm, Riidu&ond, 
YorksUre, joiner. No. 70»9O5 C. ; Benjamin Wilson, atiipicc- 

Saturday, June 2. 
Ordere kave beenmade, ueeOny in tke Provieional Aaaiynaa 
ike Betatee and mbate of ike/olhwing Pereone,— 

(On ikeir men PetUianO. 
Wbe,Bruwn, I^ton, Be d fow l iMrn , I s buytM < in tha< 

Prina.— Jfae. Bmit m w m tk , Her0idas.buUdbigs, ^^ 

i«er-roed, Surrey, ohrk to e stoekbroker : in the TIesni'u 
Prison.— dar/M Henry Bogere Harrieon, f .snadoww hjiI 
StoekweU, Sunuy,eoniultin(anrgeeii: in the Queen's Pkten. 
— A»*. Booik, GibaeD.at, Laasbefli, Bunay, oarpeirters m 
^ Queen's Prison. — Ifhi. Jifee, Cnuunerwroed, Mdrtfa. 
BriKtou,8ufriy,iutaBer of bears hi the Gaol of Sunny— IF: 
Biteon, Westbrook-cottage, Smith- st., Rennington-coaMBOB, 
fihsrrey, master mariner t In the Gad of Horsemongcr-lnae. — 
AboiOom Symmone, St. Aadfew's-reed, St. Mwy, NewiaKtaa, 
tarsy, caipenter I in the Quean's Prison.— VT. Bmkar Air^ 
lucrave, near Breatwoud, Bsmb, grooar: in the Dehtevm 
Pirteon for London and Middleaez.— /ouMe BuUaei, I^aeey. 
terrace, Penton-place, Wdworth-road, Surrey, printer: inti^ 
Debtors Prison for London and MfaMfasax.-VawMt i 
Mary^, All Sainta, Pophar, Midifleaex, lodgini 
in the Debtors Prison for LoAdon and ^j^m. 
Sequerra, Bury-^treet, 8t. Mary-axe, London, in no h«a. 
n«M or employ: iatfaeQoavi'a Prtmu-^feAe atffr, Clark. 



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THOMAS COX and THOMAS WHILES, Hanlej, Staf. 
fordflhire, dnpera, (trading under the firm of Cox & 
Whiles), June 13 and Jaly 11 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Birmingham; Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. 
Sale & Co., Manchester; Motteram & Co., Birmingham. 
—Fiat dated May 24. 

JAMES HARSHAW and WILLIAM ASKEW, Leeds, 
Yorkshire, doth merchants, dealers and chapmen, June 21 
and July 12 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: 
Off. Ass. Freeman ; Sols. Higham, Brighouse ; Bond & 
Barwick, Leeds.— Fiat dated May 30. 

GEORGE WHEELHOUSE, York, banker, dealer and 
chapman, June 26 and July 24 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. Bond & Bar- 
wick, Leeds ; Williamson & Co., Great James-st., London. 
—Fiat dated June 2. 

JOHN ROBERT WRIGHT, Leeds, Yorkshire, carrier, 
dealer and ch^>man, June 21 and July 12 at 11, District 
Court of Bankrupt^, Iieeds: Off. Ass. Young; Sols. 
Cariss & Cndworth, Leeds ; Hartley, Southampton-street, 
London. — Fiat dated June 6. 

ROBERT TAYLOR GRUNDY, Bury, Lancashire, money 
scrivener, June 21 and July 12 at 11, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hobson ; Sols. Harper, 
Bury; Wiglesworth & Co., 5, Gray's-inn-sq., London. — 
Flat dated May 31. 

JOHN CRBSSWELL JOBLING, Newton-hall, Bywell 
St. Peter, Northumberland, dealer in and smelter of lead 
ore, dealer and chapman, June 18 and July 17 at 12, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Off. 
Ass. Baker; Sols. Griffith & Crighton, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne ; Prinrle & Co., 3, King's-road, Bedford-row, Lon> 
don.— Fiat dated Jone 4. 

Mbbtinos. 

Bdw, L, JofMi, Queen-st., Cheapside, London, stationer, 
June 29 at half- past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, pr. d. 
— Joseph L Baker and WilHam B. Baker, WoWerhampton, 
Staffordshire, iron dealers, June 27 at 12, District Court of 
Bankruptcy, Birmingham, last ex. of Joe, L Baker.—Jamee 
BrowHt Cold Harbour-lane, East Brixton, Surrey, builder, 
June 29 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. 
ac.; July 3 at half-past 12, diT.— XojirrM Ctrngdon, Spring, 
street, Paddington, Middlesex, painter, June 29 at 11, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac.— JVtmett Webeter, Cook's- 
mill. Green Writtle, Essex, innkeeper, June 30 at 11, Court 
of BankmptcT, London, and. ec^-Thomae Ckriitian, Park- 
road, North Brixton, Surrey, merchant, June 29 at 11, Court 
of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. — Wm. Solomon, Union-st., 
Southwark, Surrey, and High Holbom, Middlesex, tea dealer, 
June 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac.— 
WiiHam Bobarie, Bumham, Buckinghamshire, apotheoffy, 
June 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. — O, 
Row, Kingsland-road, Middlesex, and Gra? esend, Kent, shoe- 
maker, June 30 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. 
and diT.— C. /. /. liimer and Wm, Atkerton, Bucklersbury, 
and Old Jewry, London, auctioneers, June 30 at 11, Court of 
Bankrupt<^, London, and. ac. — Tkoe. Mareom, South-place, 
Finsbury, Middlesex, dealer in horses, July 4 at half-past 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac.— /H'cAortf Hawkine, 
Newnham, Gbuoestershire, out of business, June 29 at 11, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, and. mc^Biekard Al- 
lineon, Whitdiayen, Cumberland, ironmonger, July 2 at 12, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and. ac. 
-^Hudeon Craneton, Sunderland, Durham, diemist, July 10 
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyie, 
and. ac. ; July 12 at 11, dir. -^Robert Peck, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, grocer, July 3 at half-past 10, Dutrict Court of Bank- 
rn^tcj, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and. ac. — Newark Lax and 
Edward Lax, Berry-edge, Durham, grocers, July 2 at half- 
past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
and. ac. ; Julr 3 at half.past 10, dir.— £. C. BiaekweU and 
/. M Duntford, Newbiggin-by-tbe-Sea, Northumberland, 
brewers, July 3 at half-past 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Newcattle-upon-Tjme, and. ac. — Wm, A, Holden, Preston, 
Lancashire, tobacconist, July 2 at 12, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Manchester, and. tiC'-'Sami, Barrow, Hulme, Lan- 
cashire, plasterer, July 2 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Manchester, aud. ac. ; JuIt 3 at 12, di^.'-WaUam North, 
York, jeweller, July 2 at 12, Diabriet Court of Bankruptcy, 
T^^. .„^ ^ . j^y 3 ^^ 12, dlT.- G«oryt AUeteon the 



younger and John W. Tebbe, Calder Dye Works, WskdUd, 
Yorkshire, dyers, July 2 at 11, Distriet Court of Baiikii|itef, 
Leeds, aud. ac. ; July 3 at 11, dW.'^oeeph IFMdfioii, Rf. 
mouth, DeTonshire, cement manufacturer, July 10 at 11, Bb. 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac.— Asm/. Cockkft^ 
Torquay, Detonshire, timber merchant, July 10 at 11, Diibict 
Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, and. ac. «— /aswt Biweri$, 
AUington, Dorsetshire, sack-twine man uf acturer, July 11 it 
11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, and. ac^Asry 
Ticker, Colyton, J)eTonshire, linendraper, July U it II, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, and. ac— VFsi. (M, 
East Stonehouse, Deronshire, brewer, July 10 at 11, Diitnet 
Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, and. ac — W, GajfUm, Cbe^ 
side, London, carpet warehouseman, June 29 at 1, Coort cf 
Bankruptcy, London, fin. diT. — Lewie Beie, Jemn Pmkt, 
and Ouetavue Koenig, Fenchurch-itreet, London, snd Wads, 
worth, Surrey, merchants, July 3 at 12, Court of BsBkrnpttf, 
London, diT. — John Qloge, Portsmouth, Southam|»toD, tailor, 
June 29 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, dif.— Georft 
Cheeiham, Frindsbury, Kent, ahipbuilder, Jone 29 it 11, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, diy.— T^Iomm Lfon mi Ed- 
ward Lyon, Bbchin-lane, London, bill brokers, Jose 29 it 
1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, diT. — ii/ f x jwi t r Seeitie 
and F)raneie Maenaghien, Nicholas-lane, Lombird^tnet, 
London, merchants, June 29 at half-past 12, Coutof Bmk- 
ruptcy, London, diT.— it/iKnsofi WUkhn, I<ncholai-laie,l4ni- 
bard-street, London, merchant, June 29 at half-put 12, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London, diT.— dorlei On^nfte 
and Thomae Southali, Tipton, Staffordshire, ironmisten, 
July 17 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, BirmiogliiD, 
aud. ac. ; July 24 at 10, diT.— fTin. 7!lot. Jforym, Neld^ 
Glamorganshire, draper, July 9 at 11, District Court of Bank. 
ruptcy, Bristol, fin. diT.— J{. if. T^ogood, Cwm Braae, bmt 
Newport, Monmouthshire, grocer, July 9 at 11, Diitrict 
Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, diT.— /tfwef Bdwarit, Aflios- 
ton, Dorsetshire, sack-twine manufiscturer, July 12 at I, Dis- 
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter. diT.— /oAii StreU,\iitX' 
pool, silk mercer, July 2 at 11, District Court of BtDkraptc^, 
Liverpool, diT.— GwJy* Howee, l^orthwicb, Cheihirc, im. 
keeper, July 2 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Iif«Ht 
diT. — Henry Thompeom, Manchester, and Nailertoo, seir 
Driffield, Yorkshire, com merchant, July 10 at 12, Diitrict 
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, diT.— Himy (^fMr.m- 
low, Shropshire, mercer, June 29 at 12, Distriet Cout of 
Bankruptcy, Manchester, fin. diT* 

Cbetifioatss. 
T^heaaowed,MnieeeCemee beeh^mnto the ewtnn^^ 
b^ore the Day qf Meeting. 
Daniel Smith and F^ed. D. SmUh, BeTor-lsne, Hammer- 
smith, Middlesex, wholesale drysalters, June 29 it 1, Cont 
of Bankruptcy, London. — F^ed. Drue, DowBham-manwt, 
Norfolk, ironmonger, July 3 at 1 , Court of Bankruptcy, Loo- 
don.— Tames Connell, Stainsby-road, East Indii-road. Pop- 
lar, Middlesex, timber merchant, June 29 at 12, Cooit of 
Bankruptcy, London.— FTm. Sknmer, High-street, Akto«f 
London, clothier, June 29 at 1 , Court of Bankruptey. loi»*»« 
--John Wiyyint, Greenwich, Kent, bookseller, JaneSOa^l, 
Court of Bankruptcy, London.— 2%o«« Ctertoi Cair*»W' 
Bennett-street, Stamford-street, Blackfriars-road, Svrey, 
leather merchant, June 29 at half-past 11, Court of Mv- 
ruptcy, London.— JKcJUird Reee, Duke-street, Weftotoiw. 
Middlesex, shoe manufacturer, June 30 at half-psst 1» tovi 
of Bankruptcy, London.— T. Mareom, South-pL, r^^l 
Middlesex, dealer in horses, July 4 at half-past 11, Co«t « 
Bankruptcy, London.— FTittwiii Proeeer Morg^ AW* 
Tenny, Monmouthshire, innkeeper, July 3 at I1»J^^ 
Court of Bankruptcy, Bnsto\.-^F)redertek Brain, TbOBM»- 
street, Stamford-street, Blackfriars, Surrey, V^J!^ 
fiujturer, July 4 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, JfoJ^^ 
Robert Hebblethwaite, Southowram, Hali&Zt ^^1^1 
and Jamee Hiret, Halifta, Yorkshire, dyers, Jj2.,Jj 
11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-iWe*; ^"^^ 
Turner Fold, Aighton Bailey and Chwghley, i»»«J^ 
timber dealer, July 4 at 12, District Court of B«nknip<7' 
Manchester. — If «y Whittaker, CUthero, I^m^*""!!' l! 
keeper, July 3 at 12, District Court of ^^^i 
Manchester. — jy«ify WUeox, Manchester, tailor, W 
at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Mandiester.-jW 
Johneon, Manchester, smaUware manufcoturer, Jvafi *^ ' 
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and plainly, the flnestitn.of fact to Retried, arid anch 
order shall he the4»nly muthorityii«eB8ary for a tnal. 

Title VI is as follows*— 
« TITLE VI. — Of the Pbcathngb in Civil Jicrnaiw. 
Chapter 7.— 7%e Omplaint. 

Sect. 140. [118.] All theforms of pleading heretofore 
existing, inconsistent with the prorieions of this act, are 
ahoUshed; and hereafter the forms of pleading in civa 
actions in courts of record, and the rules hy which the 
sufficiency of the pleadings is to be determined, are mo- 
dified, as presciibed by this act. , _x r 

Sect. 141. [119.] The first pleading on the part of 
the plaintifiF is the complaint. 

Sect. 142. [120.1 The complaint shall contam— 

1. The title of the cause, specifying the name of 

the court in which the action is Iwrought, the 
name of the county in which the plaintiff de- 
sires the trial to be had, and the names of the 
parties to the action, plaintiff and defendant. 

2. A statement of the facts constituting the cause 

of action, in ordinary and concise language, 
without repetition, and in such a manner as to 
enable a person of common understanding to 
know what is intended. 
8, A demand of the relief to which tiie plaintiff 
supposes himself entitled. If the recoveryof 
money be demanded, the amount thereof shall 
be stated. 

Chapter II.^The Demurrer. 
Sect. 143. [121.1 The only pleading on the part of 
the defendant is either a demurrer or an answer. It 
mnst be served within twenty days after the service of 
the copy of the complaint. 

Sect. 144. [122.] The def^dant may demur to the 
complaint, when it shidl appear upon the face thereof, 
either— 

1. That the Court has no jurisdiction of the person 

of the defendant, or the subject of the action ; 
or, 

2. That the plaintiff has not legal capacity to sue ; 

or, 

3. That there is another action pending between 

the same parties, for the same cause ; or, 

4. That there 18 a defect of parties, plaintiff or de- 

fendant; or, 

5. That sev^nd causes of action have been impro- 

perly united ; or, 

6. That the complaint does not state facts sufficient 

to constitute a cause of action. 

Sect. 145. [123.] The demurrer shall distinctly spe- 
cify the grounds of objection to the complaint. Unless 
it io so, it may be disregarded. It may be taken to the 
whole complaint, or to any of the alleged causes of 
action stated therein. 

Sect. 1 46. [126.] If the complaint be amended, a copy 
thereof must oe served on the defendant, who must an- 
swer it within twenty days ; or the plaintiff, npon filing 
with Uve clerk, on proof of the service, and oi the de- 
fendant's omission, may proceed to obtain judgment, as 
Provided by sect. 246 ; but where an application to the 
lourt for judgment is necessary, eight days' notice 
thereof must be given to the defendant. 

Sect. 147. [126.1 When any of the matters enume- 
rated in sect. 144 do not appear upon the face of the 
compl^nt, the objection may be taken by answer. 

Sect.l^. [127.] If no such objection be taken, either 
by demurrer or answer, the defendant shall be deemed 
to have waived the same, excepting only the objection 
to the jurisdiction of the Court, and the objection that 
the complaint does not state facts sufficient to consti- 
tute a cause of action. 

Chattier UL^The Amwer. 

Sect. 149. [128.J The answer of the defendant shall 
oonteii^- 

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1. In jesped; to each ifflegfltion df the coinplaint 
controverted bythe defooflant, a eeneral or 
specific denial thcnrel^ «r a demal thereof ac- 
cording to hn infomatioAand belief, or of my 
knowledge thereof sufident to form a beliet 
.2. A statement of any new matter constitnting a 
defence, in ordinary «nd tsoncise language, 
without repetition, and in such a maimer a» to 
enable a person of common undeistandmg to 
know what is intended. 
Sect. 150. [129.1 The defendant may sst forth, W 
answer, as many defences as he shall have. They AaD 
each be separately stated, and refer to tije causes (A 
action which they are intended to answer, m any man- 
ner by which they may be intelligibly distinguished. 

Sect. 151. The defendant may demur to one or non 
of several causes of action stated in the comprint, ad 
answer the residue. ^^ 

Sect. 152. Shamansweift and dewnoesinsy be mw*«d 
out on motion. 

Chapter IT.^The Repfy. 
Sect. 153. [131.] When the answer shall oontiiD Dew 
matter, the plaintiff may, within twenty daya, reply to 
it, denymg, generally or particularly, eadi ^egatooi 
controverted by him, or any knowledge or informfttioi| 
themrf sufficient to form a belief; and be may alkg^ 
m ordinary and concise language, withont lepetihon, 
and m such a manner as to enable a nerson of conwwa 
understanding to know what is intended, any ncwma^ 
ter not inconsistent with the complamt, m aToidance« 
the answer, or of any defence set op tiwwa; or w 
may demur to the same for insufficiency, sUta^ m^ 
demurrer the grounds thereof. Aiid the V^^^ 
demur to one or more of several defences set up in ui^ 
answer, and reply to the residue. i 

Sect. 154. If the answer contain a statementof wt 
matter, constituting a defence, and the pl^mtiff wl « 
reply or demur thereto within the time pwscnbed dj 
law, the defendant may move, on a notice of wtm 
than ten days, judgment, as he is cnUtledto rnwas^ 
statement ; and, if the case require it, a writ (« afnnj 
of damages may be issued. . 

SeTm. If a reply of the ^^>^^^^ 
set up by the answer of the defendant, he imj^^ 
the defendant may demur thereto, and shaU 8ttte«»^ 
grounds thereof." 

Title XII, c. 6, is as follows :— 

" Chapter VL—Examnation qfPai^* 



Sect. 389. [343.] No action to obtain d^^^ 
der oath, in aid of the prosecutionor ^^1^ 
other action, shall be allowed ; iwr steili ^J^^ 
tion of a party be had, on behalf of the adv^ l^^l 
except m the manner prescribed by this ^V^' ^ 

Sect. 390. [344.1 A party, to an af «^ "J^ 
examined as a witness, at the instance of the w^ 

party, or of any one ^^ ^''^^J^J^^^.'Z^ 
that purpose may be compelled, m the ^?TZjl 
and subject to the same rules of ex«n«»tMw,»jj 
other witness, to testify, either at the ix^^^ 
tionally, or upon cMumission. • . , , uJ 

Sect. 391. [345.] The examination, mstfii^<V"^ 
had at the trlkl, as provided in the ^^^^^^Td^ 
had at any time before the trial, at ^}^^f^,r J 
party claiming it, before a judge f^^^\fi)^ 
county judge, on a previous noUce to tne P^^^^a 
examined, and any other adverse party, ot ^T^^ 
days, unless, for good cause 8»«'^» ."5 ihS not l^, 
otherwise. But the party to be examined e^^^ ^i 
compelled to attend in any other county tww 
his residence, or where he may be served witn 
mons for his attendance. 

Sect. 392. 



is attendance. , ^^\mL as i^ 

^. [346.] The party to he ^^^^ 

the last section provided, may be compeujo J^^j 
in the same manner as a witness who » w> "" 



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(Lord Dknman wiU rewutm im Town), 


SUMMER 


NomFOLK. 


HOMS. 


Midland. 


NOKTHKRN. 


N. Wales. 


S. Wales. 


OXFOBD. 


Wumir. 


CIRCUITS, 


L.C.J.WUdc 


LCB Pollock 


B. Parke 


J. Patteson 


J. Maule 


B. Piatt 


B. RoUb 


J.Cnvwdl 


1849. 


J. Coltman 


B. Alderson 


J.Coleridge 


J. Wightman 


J.Erie 


LWinyau 


MoDday, July 9 














Abingdon 


, 


Taesdajr 10 




Hertfo^ 






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WfaMhalcr 


Wednewlay.. 11 


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Oakham 
N'thampt. ' 


York & City 




Cardiff 


Oxford 




Thonday... 12 


Aylesbury 
















Saturdaf.... 14 






Lincoln and 




Newtown 




Woicsster &Dorchei(er 


Monday.... 16 


Bedford 


Chebnsford 


[City 








[Ci^ 




Tuesday.... 17 












Carmarthen 




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WediieMlay..l8 






Notdngfaam 




Di)ijJeUy 






Ezeter&dtj 


Tbnrtday... 19 
Friday 20 


Huntincdoii 
CamMdge 




[&Town 
Derby 




Camanron 




StiUffOTd 




Saturday ... 21 












Harerford- 







Monday.... 23 




Midd^ne 








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Tuesday.... 24 






Leicest. &B. 












Wednesday.. 25 


Norland 






Durham 


Beaumaris 


Cardigan 




Bodmin 


Thursday... 26 


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Shrewsbury 




Friday 27 

Saturday ... 28 






CoTentry 
Warwick 




Ruthin *' 


Brecon 






Monday.... 30 


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Lewes 





Newcastle & 










Tuesday.... 31 


Ipswidi 






[Town 






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Wednesd.il«^.l 










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Presteign 


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Monmouth 




Saturday.... 4 










Chester and 


Chester and 






Monday.... 6 




Croydon 




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[City 


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Tuesday .... 7 














Gloucester & 




Wednesday.. 8 








Lancaster 






[City 




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MjoKbon <Sa>etUf • 

TUESDAY, JuKK 12. 
BANKRUPTS. 

LEWIS PESMAN CAPUA, Dnke's-pU Aldgate, London, 
fruit merchant, dealo' and chapman, June 20 at 1, and 
July 25 at half.past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: 
Off. Ass. P^nnell; Sols. Marten & Co., Commeitiial Sale- 
rooms, Mindng.lane, City. — Fiat dated June 9. 

GAYEN MORTON, New-road, Whitechapd-road, Middle- 
sex, draper, June 19 at 12, and July 24 at 11, Court of 
Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. WUtmore; Sol. Bade, 

10, Staple.inn.— Fiat dated June 9. 

WILLIAM ORCHARD, West Smithfield, London, and 
Homsey, Middlesex, rick, tent, and marquee manufiurturer, 
(trading under the firm of Edward Ordiard & Co.), June 
18 at half.past 1, and July 23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 
London : Off. Ajs. Turqnand ; Sols. Lawrance & Plews, 
Old JewiT-chambers. — Fiat dated June 5. 

JOHN WRIGHT, Northampton, carrying on business at 
Union-wharf, Northampton, and at Grand Junction-wharf, 
Hardingstone, Northamptonshire, com and coal merchant, 
and at Birmingham, baker and flour dealer, dealer and 
chapman, June 21 at half-past I, and July 23 at hidf-past 

11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Graham; 
Sols. Pittendreigh & Stevenson, South-sq., Gray's-inn.— 
Fiat dated June 11. 

THOMAS INGLIS, New-st., St. Martin's-in-the-^elds, 
Middlesex, baker, dealer and chapman, June 22 at 12, 
and July 25 at half.past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : 
Off. Ass. Green ; Sols. Freeman & Co., Brighton ; HUeard 
& Co., 34, Old Jewry.— Fiat dated June 9. 

GEORGE HENRY BORE, Stanway, Essex, surgeon and 
apothecary, dealer and diapman, June 20 at hidf-past 12, 
and July 12 at 1, CouK of Bankruptcy, London: Off. 
Ass. Bell; Sols. AbeU, Colchester; Bull, Ely-place.— Flat 
dated June 9. 

THOMAS ALLEN, Great Suffolk- st, Southwark, Surrey, 
Birmingham and Sheffield warehouseman, dealer and chap- 
man, June 22 at 1, and July 24 at 11, Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Groom; Sol. Welbome, 31, 
Tooley-st, Southwark.— Plat dated June 7. 

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THOMAS SLOPER, St. Ann's-pl., Ltmehonse, Middlesex, 
auctioneer, dealer and chapman, June 19 at 1, and JbIj 24 
at 12, Court of Bankraptcy, London : Off. Ais. Edtirdsi 
Sol. Buchanan, 8, Basinghall.st«-*Fiat dated Joas 9. 

WILLIAM PROSSER MARTIN, Bath* wkie and quit 
merchant, and brewer, dealer and chapman, Jane S6 aod 
July 24 at 11, District Court of Bankr^iley, Briitol: 0£ 
Ass. MUler; Sds. W. & C. Reran, Bristol; WhiteftCfrr 
Bedford-row.— Fiat dated June 7. 

WILLIAM SODEN, Gkraoeater, ship broker sod omMk- 
sion agent, June 26 and July 24 at 12, District Cosit of 
Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Aw. Huiton ; Sols. Loregrofe, 
Gloucester ; Abbot, Bristol.— Flat dated June 7. 

WALTER ROBERT SUTTON, HotwdU, Cfiftoa^Briitol, 
chemist and druggist, deafer and chapman, Jone 26 mi 
July 24 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Brittol: Off. 
Ass. Acraman; Sols. Ayre, jun., Bristol; Boykett, duo* 
eery-lane, London.— Fiat dated June 6. 

WILLIAM MADDOX, literpool, taUor and draper, deakr 
and chapman, (carryiiu^ on business under the nane, t^h 
or firm of Maddox & Co., formerly carry wg on bmineMis 
a tailor and draper, in Bold-st., Lifcrpool, with l^aacii 
Vane, under the name, style, or firm of Maddox k Vaae), 
June 26 and July 16 at 11, District Court of Bankn^i 
Liverpool : Off. Ass. Cazenove ; Sols. Pembertoo, Uftt- 
pool ; Comthwaite & Co., Old Jewry-cbamben, Loodoo.- 
Fiat dated June 9. 

WILLIAM HENRY SUTER, Liyerpool, ship broker and 
commission agent, dealer and chapman, June 29 aod Jslf 
20 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, lirerpool: Off. 
Ass. Bird; Sols. Neale, lAjmodi; Mouriljan ft Co., 
Gray's-inn, London.~Fiat dated June 9. , 

HENRY HENSHALL, formerly of Bury, LaneaahHtBa 
Stod^port, Cheshhre, licensed Tiotualler, desler sod cb^* 
man, but now of Kendal, Westmord«nd, chief oanitw^> 
June 21 at 12, and July 24 at 1, District Court of Bank- 
ruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Off. Ass. Baker; Sob. 
T. &E. Harrison, Kendal; Hoyle, NewcasUe-iipoii-Tyoe. 
— Fi^t dated May 19. 

MiBTfiroa. 
TUdm Ckrimm, Isle of Harty, Kent, brearsr, i^l^^^' 

Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex.— /•!» SMi^^ 

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BnknpleT, NewcMtie-vpon-TVfiie, hut ex.— 31m. M wmm , 
Sovtb^plM, Flmbary, MiddWeT , dealer in hones, July 4 
atkelf*pMt 11, Court of Bankrvntef, London, and. ae.— 
but Jmm »d Mmj Brow»9, High-row, Koightsbridge, 
MiditteMX, lead BMrehants, Jaljr 5 at 2, Conrt of Bankmptej, 
Lankm, and. ac— Wm, M§U$ and John TSarimy, Mandietter, 
taikn, Jolj 5 at 12, District Ck>vrt of Bankmptey, Manches- 
ter, cad. ac — Tkamtu Cmrtwrifki, Heaton Norris, Lanca- 
ikire, banker, Jofy 5 at 12* District Conrt of Bankmptcy, 
HibOmjUi, and. ae.— TloiiMf 0»U and Wm. MomUeoBiU, 
Ugaekater, silk mannllKtarers, Jnly 5 at 11, District Conrt 
of Bodurnptcy, Manchester, and. mo.^Willimm WmttrmMm, 
IhtaAJej, Kent. Cumer, Jnly 4 at 11, Conrt of Bankmptej, 
luedoB, diY. — OtArUl OuHtrmm, Paradise-walk, Qneen's- 
miWtA^ Chdsea, Middlesex, builder, Jnly 5 at 11, Conrt 
of BMknqptey, London, di?. 

CnnnnoATms. 
TV ii tBomedf twiest Gmim h9 $kewn to ike comirwry on or 

Frti, BrmMf Tbonsas-street, Stamford-street, BlackMars, 
Sorrej, fnano mannfitttnrer, July 4 at 11, Conrt of Bank* 
npCer, Loodon. — Wm. Stetem, Acton-street, Oray's-inn- 
nid,'Mlddk8ex, bnilder, July 5 at 11. Conrt of Bankruptcy, 
Lmdon. — noMot Aftfrtom, South-place, Flnsbury, Middle, 
sex, dealer in horses, July 4 at half.past 11, Court of Bank- 
nptey, London.— Cto*fofJ>e, Martborough-oottages, Mari- 
boroofh-road, St. John's-wood, Middlesex, jeweller, Jnly 4 
Ik 12, Conrt of Bankruptcy, London.— Afwonf Oii§on, St. 
ABian's, Hcrtlbrdshire, banker, Jnly 3 at 12, Conrt of Bank* 
r^tey, Jjoodtm.^'Siepkm Kem and Wm. L&mgford, John* 
rtitet, PentonriUe, Middlesex, brewers, July 3 at 11, Conrt of 
Bolnptey, London. 
A h» tlhwed Iff fJlf Vie^'Cktme^Uor ^ik$ m§h Court ^ 

tSkmterf^ mtA§ In Bomkn^iep, tmlsst Cmuo ho iktmm to 

tki emUrmrw om or hrforo Juip 3. 

jb^rem P. Saliidop and BHsoPotoHt Combrook, Hnlme, 
llmchester, manniMtnring chemists.— Tlomat Flofd, Wen* 
dovcr, Bn^^hamshire, cattle dealer. — Homy Biaodoio and 
B. C. 8. CMmmeft liferpool, share brokers.— JSTMry Fm^ 
widt, lirerpotd, banker.— fTm. H. Pitt, Tork^Uce, Pen- 
toetOIe, Middlesex, engineer.— /(Bsms Jts^trt, Northnmber- 
hnd-nkrest, Stnnd, Middlesex, Italian warehouseman.- C7«o. 
8, F. Bricinell, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, coadi pro- 
prietor. — Tftof. Nixon Kerr, Biggleswade, and Holme-mills, 
Sontbill, Bedfordahiie, miller.— /oAn Nook, Globe-wharf, 
Rotherinthe, Surrey, and Reed-fitfm, Strood, Kent, timber 
SKftkant.— -iij^red Bdam, Hatton*garden, Middlesex, foreign 
profisfam nwrdiant.— /oAn Downo, Newcastle*under-Lyme, 
Stsfbrdshire, ilshmoi^er. 

Fiat AmruhLMD. 
BiwiM 71 Gougk, Edmonton, Middlesex, bosrding*house 

Scotch SnauisraATiONS. 
JoAm Grog, Perth, grocer.— /nwef Watt, Crossbill, and 
DthasHingtoii, Ayrshire, tailor.— .Bvon B. F^a$er, InTemess, 
dsskr in shares. 

DKCLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. 
A. 7*. WiUep, Sutton -in-the-Marsh, lincolnshire, fanner, 
July 4 at 12, County Conrt of Lincolnshire, at Spilsby. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who kam/Uod tkeir PeHHono intho Court ^ Bonhrt^tep, 
and hooo ohtmined m Merim Crder /br Protection from 



Asme Rice, Neath, Glamorganshire, grocer, June 22 at 10, 
County Conrt of Glamorgan^ire, at Neath. — Marh Anthony 
JleltMM, York, diemist, June 27 at 4, County Court of 
YdkaUre, at York.— /met Wright, Strensall, Yorkshire, 
bbdosadth, June 27 at 4, County Court of Yorkshire, at 
York.--^OiQ)il Scott, Tanshelf, Pontefhict, Yorkshire, en- 
gineer, June 27 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Ponte- 
ficact-.Trfli. John dapcott, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, 
cabinetmaker, June 29 at 10, County Conrt of Hampshire, at 
Portsmouth. — D. Freeman, East Retford, Nottinghamshire, 
earpenfeer, July 4 at 11, County Court of Nottinghamshire, at 
East Retford. — 7!lot. W. W, Spear, Sheemess, Kent, clerk 
in the Royal Na^y, June 16 at 10, County Court of Kent, at 



Tko j h ll om inp Penome , who, on their eeocralPetiiione filed in 

the Conrt, haoe ohtmined Jnierim Crderejbr Protection 
from Pr o e em, a r er e q nir e d toofpeorin Conrt ae hereinafter 

mentioned, at the Conrt'honee, in Portngal-etreet, Xtn- 

coin's Inn, aefoUowe, to he esamined end dealt with 

according to the Statute t — 

June 26 «f 11, h^ifbre Mr. Cb m mi eeioner Habms. 

ITm. H. March, Bath-plaee, New*road, Middlesex, retailer 
of beer.— ^(Mry Widdkomh, Great Ormond*street, Queen's- 
square* Middlesex, oomedian.— /oAn Price, St. Maigaret's- 
oourt, High-st, Borough, Snrrey, licensed Tictnaller. 
June 27 c# 11, htfiure the Cbibv CoMMissioMin. 

Wm. l\itin Hagcreft, Valentine-terrsoe, Bladdieath-road, 
Greenwich. Kent, doctor of medicine.— Anry Aueiin, White- 
eross-st., London, solicitor's derk. 

June 27 of 10, hrfore Mr. Cbmwtieeioner Law. 

Jamee Dabhe, Safait Jf^-street, Clcrkenwell, Middlesex, 
licensed TfctnaDer. 

June 28 of 11, htfore the Chxif CoMinsfiioMxn. 

Jamee Colman, Saint Michad's-alky, Comhill, London, 
hairdresser.— EdiMnfJer/el/ the youldger, Mandkcster-street, 
Argyle-square, New-road, Middlesex, carpenter. 

June 28 at 10, htfore Mr. Commieeioner Law. 

Daoid Steoene the yonnger, Regent-terrace, Solmord-lane, 
limdmuse, Middlesex, dm to a inne merehant.— ito^er/ 
Old, Leytoostone, Essex, sur? eyor of shipping. 

Saturdag, June 9. 
TheJMming A e eign e ee haoe heen yepoinied. Further par* 

ticulare mug he learned at the Ogtce, in Portugal'Ot., lAn* 

coln'e*inn-Jlelde, on gluing the Numherqfthe Caee. 

Rich. Wm, Wall, Lloyd's-court, Crown-st., Soho, Bfiddle- 
sex, dairyman, No. 60,701 T. ; Edward Coe, assignee.— Jot. 
Fletcher, Liferpool, cokrar ssaker. No. 70,482 C. ; William 
MuMrare, assignee.— Jot. Routledge, Lirerpool, Tictualler, 
No. 70,985 C; William Daniels, assignee.— .Sdimn-d Batlg, 
Leeds, Yorkdiire, brewer. No. 70,604 C. ; Joseph Drake, 
assignee.^ — Wm. Baldwin, Ruardean, Gloucestershire, gsme- 
keeper. No. 70,666 C. ; Henry Edward Coleman, assignee.— 
BabgBaeton, Leeds, Yorkshire, hone dealer, No. 71,007 C.( 
Robert Warwood, asdgnee.— i>sv<d Williume, MerthyrTyd?il, 
Glamorganshire, innkeeper,. No. 70,631 C. ; John Thomas, 



Saturdag, June 9. 
Ordere haoe been made, ueetino in the Provieional Aeeignee 
the Betatii and ^fiecte t/thefiitlowing Pereone:^ 
(On their own PetilicneJ. 
Hen, Hinehe Harper, Carttsle-st, Soho-square, Middlesex, 
commission sgent : In the Queen's Prison.— Ann. Goddard 
Carroll, Caronne-oottages, St. Ann's-road, Brixton, Snrrey, 
appraiser : in the Gaol of Horsemonger-lsne.— /oAn Hughee, 
Hasker-st, Chelses, Middlesex, pa^er at the Stamp-office, 
Somerset-house : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid- 
dlesex.— /oJIn ^Hnsen, De?erell-st., Dorer-road, Sonthwark, 
Surrey, commission traveller : in the Debtors Prison for Lon- 
don and Middlesex.— /oAn SttAbe, Spring-st., Cambridge- 
terrace, Edgeware-road, Middlesex, out of budness : in the 
Queen's Prison.— jTloiiuwlfo/^iili^, Princes-st, Hsggentone, 
Middlesex, commission sgent : in the Debtors Prison for Lon- 
don and Middlesex.— JBmJ/jr Whitaher, Thistle-grove, New 
Brompton, Middlesex, lodginff-house keeper : in the Debtors 
Prtoon for London and Mid&sex. — Jae. Barber, Britannia- 
street, City-road, Middlesex, doth- worker : in the Queen's 
Prison. — Benjamin Hope, Thavies-inn, London, also of Ely- 
place, Holbom, Middlesex, attomey-at-law : in the Queen's 
Prison. — Fronde Ferryman, Mortimer-st., Cavendish-square, 
Bliddlesex, carver: fai the Debtors Prison for London and 
Middlesex.— /mmc Saundere, Ridimond, Snrrey, UcensMl 
victualler : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex, 
—/at. Mitchell, HomseyNursenr, Homsey, Middlesex, nur- 
seryman : in the Debtors Prison (or London and Middlesex.— 
Wm. Lempriere, Universitv-st. Gower-st, Bedford-square, 
MMdlesex, commission travdler for the sale of grocery : in the 
Debtors Prison for London and Bfiddlesex.-->/bA» Horden, 
Bentley-cresoent, Ball's-pond-road, Islington, Bliddlesex, out 
of busUiess : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex, 
— Ao/Aan Hammond, Jubilee-place, Stepney, Middlesex, ge- 
neral agent : in the Debtors Prison fbr London and Middlesex. 
— Vdf. Owen, Hoxton-square, Shoreditdi, Middlesex, uphol- 
sterer's shopmen : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid- 



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dlesex.— TTm. Scdlef, Upper Ashby-st., GoswcU-road, Mid- 
dlesex, liccMcd victualler : in the Queen's Priaon.— TVkwwa* 
Bdljine TomUns, Park-st., laUngton, Middlesex, andBar- 
nard's-inn, London, attoraey-at-law : in the Debtors Pnson 
for London and Middlesex.— «dtp. Frank Chat. Mainwartng, 
Woodland-place, North-hill, Highgatc, Middlesex, followmg 
no trade : in tiie Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-- 
Thos, Coiwn, Sootergate, Ulverston. Lancashire, saddte: m 
the Gaol of Lancaster.— Jo*g>* Qriffint Weston, near Bath, 
Somersetshire, fermer : in the Gaol of Wilton.— Tftof. JohnMOn, 
Stretton-npon-Donsmcwe, Warwickshire, farmer : in the Gaol 
of Coventry.— JVtf/A«ii U; Tbxteth-park, Liverpool, painter: 
in the Gaol of Lancaster,— /©*» Parkmaon^ Green Bank, 
Salford, Lancashire, provision dealer : in the Gaol of Lancas- 
ter.— Pc/cr Rydtr the younger, Droylsden^ near Ashton- 
nnder-Lyne, Lancashire, brickmaker : in the Ga(d of Lancaster. 
^Bobt, WilUtuon, CKtheroe, Lancashire, Ucensed yictoaller : 
in the Gaol of Lancaster.— /at. Broum, Barlborongh, Derby- 
shire, farmer : in the Gaol of Badford Peverel.— /f«». Oame 
Clapton, Basmgstoke, Hampshire, shopman to a general 
dealer: in the Gaol of Wmchester.— IFt«M» Dee, Oxford, 
bootmaker : in the Gaol of Oxford.— /amet Oakeg, Pendleton, 
near Salford, Lancashire, butcher : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- 
Peter Roberts, Liverpool, bookkeeper: in the Gaol of Lan- 
caster.— /of. aimister, Hnhne, Manchester, provision dealer; 
in the Gaol of Lancaster.— lFt77tfffii Thew, Alnwick, Nor- 
timmberland, grocer: in Ae Gaol of Morpetti.— TAofiKW 
Watkinaon, Liverpool, joiner: in the Gaol of Lancaster. 
^Wiiliam Butt, Windiester, Hampdiire, shoemaker : m 
tke Gaol of Winchester.— Domtf Hughes^ Pentrefelki, near 
Llangollen, Denbigfadidre, labourer : in the Gaol of Rothin.— 
Tkomat Price, CoUAester, Essex, banker's clerk: in the 
Gm>1 of Springfield;— IWer* Halwukam, Dewsbnry, York- 
shire, ini^eeper: in tlin Gaol of Yotk^^-Zsibi Sh^fiey £49^ 
<tr, Ponr-lane-eodi, Norton, Derbyshhrc, dnqper : in the (^ 
of Radford PevereL -* IFin. MMm, Harrogate, Yorkshiie, 
shopkeeper: in the QmA of York.— 2%o«. Seed^ Lancaster, 
^Hieelwi^ht : in the Gaol of Lanoaster^^-^^sAii JWfoeA JItAir, 
East India-road, RnJar, Mi d dles w r , tUnber ■ e r c ha si r ; inth» 
Gaol of Chehnafoid^— YFfli. Clmrke, Ndmust^ OnBomkhf 
Kent, attorn^ at kw: in the> Gaol of MaidstesM — Jtvt m i u k 
Ball, Ardwick, Mani^wter, boteber: faithe Qaolof T i s a tas 
ter.— HtcA. Standing, Waddington, near CUtheroe, Imum^ 
shire, licensed victnalkr « hi th* Gaolof Lancaster. — iliUAoiiy 
OtUdiea, BinniBub'nH hnet mannftwtnrer : in tha Gaol of 
Warwick.— /•«#• WmUworkj Bxuf, Uneashiro, in no busi- 
ness: hi the Q96L of Lanaaster.— /bA» WiUianu, Caedraw, 
Merthyr Tydvil, GIamoi;ganshire,. grocer : hi the Gaol of Car- 
diff.— 7%o«. Oldham, East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, taibi : 
in the Gaol of Nottingftaw. 
Tk9f8llowimgPri9omar9ari^onkredi»iieirtmgMwifhf^r§ 

tka CbnK, in PmrtwfMl^airaai. i» ha m am ine d and daoH 

mitka€oardimgit^iA^Si»hda*^ 

J^me 27 af l(^ *f^>rfrlfr. Oi mw im i t mv IjAW^, 

WsUnrBphndm Goaitaf, Trevor-sqoare, Brnraton, MNh- 
-X moat Ctor k e m p ell -^psa, CMEsawdl. 
oat of bgalneBti /aa 



, VimBeo^ Middkns, oat 
Jtme2Bat 1% h^fi»rt Mh Cbmmitiionar Ijlw. 
JakmHwgha, Hasker-st, Chebea, BOddlesex, packer hi the 
Blamp-oflloe, Somenet-honae.— VFai. Baker Atrd^ Ingrsre, 
nsar Dineutwood', Essex, out of^busniesi* 

Juna 28 at 10, hifar§>3^, Cbm m itaionar Phillxps. 
Pierre Adoiph Ihthart JPkmmt, Plurk.st,Battenea,. Surrey, 
olerk to a bookseller.— /oA» Kegmer, Fark-plaoe, Peokham, 
Surrey, printer.— G^./br^, Whitacross-st., London, lamp* 
cotton maker.— ffin. Matthew Milton, Vhie-oottage, Bfook. 
green. Hammersmith, Middlesex, buying^and seUiag hocaea on 
commission.. 

Thafottomtng Prieonare ate ordarad H ha bramghi mp hifioM 
a Judge ^ the Ooemig Comi, la ha axamhued and daatt 
wOhaeeordin^ iQ lAt fiteMa«— 
M tha OnaUg (hmH a/ H mtp t hk uf at WnrcBBsnn, 

/Mt2r. 

IF^ Jk«, S«iAianptOB» siMemakflr.— Aaiy Oiasr O!;^ 
ion, JBasngstc^ar shapaaa to a tobaooonia*. 
JU ike ComUg^ Osmrt of YbrkMre, at Yomr Cabtlv, 
JiMia 27 af 41 

Hesekiah CMion, Beeston, near Leecb, oat of businew.- 



Jae. Atkinean, Leeds, ewt of bumaam^—J. Wainhoate, Fnu 
pitts, Ovenden, near HaliCsx, innkeeper.— Bm^. Her^Ui; 
Bamsley, out of business.— /o». Dgsan, Hopton, Mkfidd, 
near Dewsbury, manufocturer. —Jonae Har^all, Bniktd, ost 
of busmess.— /ot. Slimpeon, Low Harrogate, oat of \mnm, 
^Robert Snowden, Kirk Deighton, near Wedieriyy, oit ol 
business. — Abraham Craven, Burmandtofts, Leeds, aiastai 
to a doth manufacturer.— Boy . Leaeh, Ihomton, nev Skip. 
ton, foreman to railway contractors.- B09'. Loekwooi, Sfaide^ 
hill, SheffieM, flour dealer.— fiteai. Swahg, Doncaler, Uu 
monger.— Dovuf Togne, Steel-bank, Sheffield, out of baJBoi 
— /o^bi mil, StaWies, near Guisborough, outofba8mm.-Gi 
Labnm, Bishopthorpe, out of busineas.— Jot. Blmporth, M 
sey Low Town, near Leeds, out of bushieis.— /oAa Uflm; 
Leeds, fruiterer.— r^ot. Clark, Morley, near Leeds, oat of 
business.- TAot. Errington, Leeds, out of bQBbe8i.-iSei 
Surteea, Doncaster, woodman*— IT. Parker, Briggste, Leeds, 
manager to a coffee-house keeper. 
At the County Com-t ttf Northumherland, at Morpeth, 

June 29 at 1. 
Wm, T%ew, Alnwick, agei^ to the Farmen' and Genen) 
Fire and Lifo Insurance and Loan and Annuitj Coopasf. 
Ai the Qmntg Court of Eeeex, at Cbblmsioed, /mi28 
a/ 12. 
Wm, Bre^^ois the elder, Great Easton, oot of Iruioen.^ 
Jae. Bonwell, West Ham, curate of the District ChnrdiQf St 
Phil^ Stepney, Middksaz.— Geo. Wateon, GfeatEist)im,d 
of buamass.— 7!toff. Prtee, Colehester, out ol m^jnoL^ 
John TuUoch Fiaher, East India-road, Poplar, Middloa^ 
timber meechant.'-AMguaiue Wm. Bode, Gnat Wiltba^ 
g^tleman« 

Inboltbmt Dkbtors' DnriDEHBfc 
George White, Marlborougji-place, Greenwich, Kent, dry. 
Salter : 2«. in the pound.— IFtw. Cdpel Clagton, Eiq., d^ 
St., Holbom : 3f . 6d. in the pound.— PAt/y Brom, BvM- 
row, Middlesex, coffee-house keeper: 3#. Sd. fa t he pomd. 
— fleary Prieton, St. Thomas the Apostts, DeroMtaie, 
buHder^. 1>. 3i<I. in the pound.— HieA. Hardwum, Kiita, 
Lancarixffe, blacksmith : 4$, 6<f. in the pound.— Tfar. Br>^ 
liverpod, druggist: U. li<f. in the pound; — iHw. faj 
the younger, Stamford-st., BlackfHarB-road, SmrBj, goV' 
an : 2t. 7^. in tha pomid. 

Applg ai the Provitional Ateignee'e Qfiie, Portt§el'drtd^ 
Limeoln'e^inn'fielde, London, between the heart (f 10 »il 

FBEDAY, Junb15. 
INSOLVANT. 

RICHiu^D WILLIAMS, Bracon, bntcfatf. 

BANKRUPTS. ^ ,^_ 

CHARLES LAMDIN, Newbury. Berkshire, «P>!f*f«J' 
and dealer m Berlin wool, June 26 at 1, and Jolj^ it^ 
Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Paaidl; soft 
Newbon & Evans, 1, Wardrobe-plaoe, Doctors'-oomaaft 
— Fiat dated June IS; 

CHARLES CARTER, Hodiford, Essex, in»««f5.?t 
ndasion agent, dealer and chapman, J«ib 2raDd JWrn 
at 1. Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. A» wsW. 
Sol. Di^, 1, CiBDUSHjlaoi, Flnsbary-«iiciii^I» «* 
June 12. « «.t. ft.aA 

MARK LEPPINGWELL MUNSON, HadWA ^ 
victualler and hmkeeper, dealer and chapman, J^^!2 
and July 30 at baff^paati H, Coart of Bfciiknip^. J^ 
don: Oir.A».Gfaha«i 80L Bdl, B^wjls^.-^*" 

THOMAS BINNING, Pulford-street, RnJi»' ^*ttS 
(Ute of tha White lion PubhcJioaaer St* AUi» H^ 
Haymarket, Middleeea), victualler, dealwt^ -fj 
June 25 at half-past 1, and Jaly 30 at U, Coart(rf»-f 
ruptcy, London: Off. Asa. Tur^uand; SoL mm *»• 
ford-row.— Flat dated June 12. , ^ ^^jg 

THOMAS BARRETT. Oxford, ii»^^^^$:JZa 
at half.past 11, and July 30 at 12, Const el Bj^ 
London: Off. Asa. Tarqnand; Sols. Mesas. M^f^\ 
Bladcfriars-road.— FSat dated June ff. ,-,,ju^ 000 

EDWARD MUNN, late of BaAurst-mews, »wfl«aj^ 
dealer, but now of Stone Vam, Beckeabsm, •J Ssltf* 
bridge, Kent, fSumei and com deakr, ^••'* •^JwnDteTt 
Juno 26 at 3, and Jaly 26 at 12, C*^^* **'SSi 
London: Off. Ass. Groom; Sol. Smith, Barni^*--' 
Holbom.— Fiat dated June 14. 



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CspTIFICATBS. 

2b h€ mUow^if wdtm Gf«tt h9 Mhmmn iQ tk$ eanirmrf om or 
*«/br« tk9 D9g ^ Meeting. 

JWcf. /. AbMtt Merthjr TydVil, GUmorgtnshire, draper, 
Jidj 11 at half.{«st 12, Ck>iirt of Baakniptcj, Loodoa.— 
A^M W—iU^, HoLme-mills, SotttfaKl tad Bigs^eswtde, Bed- 
fbrd^ire, miUeri July 6 at half-ptst 11, Court of Bankniptey, 
LoDdoQ.—TAot. Smith and Jatmet (Mome, Redcroti-ftreet, 
Soutliwark, Sormrt boildera, July 7 at half-past 1, Court of 
Baokniptef, London ^Hemy Owrimg, Uanwell, Middleaei, 
batcher, Jidy 11 at 11, Court of Baakmptcy, London.— 
PkUipp 8. C, Bkli, Upper Kortfa.plaoe, Oray'sinn-road, 
Middlesez, tailor, Jvly lA at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- 
don.— 9««fy« AmirtW9, Khig'a Lynn, Norfolk, grocer, July 
11 at 12, Court of Bankrupt^, London.— IFiMluMi WkHton, 
Sunderiand*wharf, RoMiearaie, Snmy, timber Merchant, 
July 6 at 12, Coott of Bankruptoy, London. — Timmti Fox, 
Weat Comforth, and Thriattnfton, near Weat Comfort, 
Durham, coal mer^ant, JuR 10 at 12, Diatrict CovC of 
Bankruptqr, Neirca8tle-npon.T>ne.— IT. PitfMd, Tottington 
Lower.end, Tannaahina. bleadMr, July 6 at 11, Diatriet Court 
of Bankruf^, Mancherter. — fVf . bavimm, Huntlet, Leedf , 
carriage builtor, July 6 at 11, Diatriet Court of Bankruptcy, 
Leeda.— Otfoiye X. JKcA«rd!*M, Liyerpod, cuder, July 6 at 
11, Diatriet Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.— .^^. Cook, 
Soudiemhay, Exeter, upholiterer, July 18 at 11, District 
Court of Bankruptsy, Bzeter.— /oAn Tetoemor, Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, draper, July 7 at 12, District Court of Bank- 
Tuptcy, Birmingham. J mm h VatigkMf Hereford, plumber, 
Htf 7 at 12, Diatriet Court of Bankn^tcy, Bimdngham.— 
^Tkomat BUkop, Harden, Herefordshire, cattle dealer, July 7 
at 12, District Court of Bankruptqr, Birmingham.— Grar^ 
J0&^, Worcester, cattle dealer, JnW 10 at 10, District Court 
of Bankruptcy, Birminriiam.— JIoJIa Jordan, Birmingham, 
surgeon, July 10 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir- 
mingham. — /oMgir A Buoii, Walsall, Staffordshire, tiaber 
merchant, July 10 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, 
Biimingliam. — WtUtor Pmlimer, Rugeley, and Etching-hill, 
near Rugdey, Staibrdshire, corn merdiant, July 10 at 10, 
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmfaigham. 
lb ho ^U9wod ftjf tko yioO'CkmrneOlor of tho High Court ^ 

CktmeoTf, aeth^ in Jtenin^/cf , tmlsst Camoo ho oknm to 

iko oamtirorff on or h^oro Jufy 0. 

WiiUam Green, Biriienhead, Cheahve, auctioneer.— Joiln 
Bennett f Hart-st, Bkiomsbury, and Hi|^-st, Camden-town, 
Middlesex, artist,— jfeiwy Poet, Lndgate-hOl and Newgate. 
street, J iond on , priailsr.-^wwiv. Priit* Hwtip New g a t e*ma r itett 
London, TictuaOer.— 2)lot. B. Wade, Dudley, Woroestershlre, 
grocer.— Jof. Cooper, Newcastle-under-Lyme, StaiTordshire, 
amallware dealer. — Wm. JJopd, Madeley and Wryne-hill, 
Staffordshire, linendraper.— JoA/i Charretie, Trinity-square, 
Southwark, Surrey, steel manufacturer.— CIHtfopJUr Pope 
the younger, Newport, Monmouthshire, ship broker.— J^anry 
Hugkee, Dover, Kent, linendraper. 

Fiat Aknullbo. 

(?• B. Lovegrove, West Ham Churchyard, Essex, auctioneer. 

PAnTMBRSHIPS DlSaOLVKD. 

Hemy Maltby, Rich. Beaekeroft, and Wm. T, Rohinton, 
Old Broad-street, London, attornies and aolidtora, (so far as 
regards the said Rich. Beaekerqft).'-'Wm. Puttenond George 
Finch, Worcester, attornies at law. 

Scotch SBauxsTRATioMS. 

George A. Hamilton, Edinburgh, house painter. — Matthew 
Brown, Kilmarnock, shopman. — Wm. itAipin, Edinburgh, 
coach-lace manufacturer. — Wm, and John Glen, Edinburgh, 
wine merchants.— /cr^i Stewart, Glasgow, merdiant. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS 
Who haioe filed their Petitione in the Court of Banhmpteg, 
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from 
Proceu. 

/. Blanch, Bath, sine-worker, June 23 at 12, County Court 
of Somersetshire, at Bath.— Jfariri7t7/ the elder, Willoughby, 
near Spilsby, Lincolnshire, farmer, July 4 at 12, County 
Court of Lincolnshire, at Spilsby.— J. Edgar Robbins, Lang, 
port, Somersetshire, innkeqper, July 16 at 11, Coun^ Court 
of Somersetshire, at Langport.— /oAn Burrows, Eccleston, St. 
Helen's, Lancashire^ publican, June 20 at 12, CounW Court of 
Lancashire, at St. Helen's.—/. Forth the younger. Castle Do- 
nington, Leioestenhire, butcher, July 7 at 11, County Court of 
T^«iAestenhire| at Loughborough.— £feiH«/ TJIof. Rowe, Stam- 



fbrd, Lincolnshire, upholsterer, July 9 at 2, Coun^ Court of 
Lincolnshire, at Stamford. — John Wm, Loetwood, Cambridge, 
cabinet maker, June 28 at 10, County Court of Cambridlge- 
sUre, at Cambridge. — ffai. Bturton, Spalding, linediatire, 
joiner, July 2 at 10, County Court of Lincoln&ire.atlinoofai. 
— Abraham Priestleg, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, doth finisher, 
July 5 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Huddeniidd.— 
Hemy Fitarog Jonee, Cambridge, painter, June 28 it 10, 
County Court of Oambridgeshire, at Cambridge. — PMSg An» 
drew WUHamton, Northampton, shoemaker, July 2 it U, 
County Court of Northamptonshire, at Northampton.— flea. 
Cox, Newport, lale of Wight, grocer, June 28 at 10, Camtf 
Court of Hampahire, at Newport. 
The/oliowing Pereone, who, an their oeoeral PotiUamfikim 

the C^mri, have obtained Interim Orders for ProUeUm 

from Proeaeo, are required to appear in Comri ae herem^fUr 

mentioned, at the Court-houee, in Portrngal-^oUraet, Un- 

eolk^e hm, ae foUowe, to he oaamined wtd dealt wiih 

aeeorOng to the Statute: — 

June 29 at 10, before Ur. Commiotioner Law. 

Jamee 3tCurreg the younger, Old Bond-atreet, IGddkser, 
surgeon. 

June 30 at 10, before Mr. Cbmwdeeionar PsnxiFt. 

Andrew Dill, Oxford-street, Westminster, Middlaser, shop, 
man to a baker.— /at. Matthew Jarvie, Minieoarf-pbce, 
York-street, Walworth, Surrey, bedstead maker.— Jos^ Ds* 
vid Shirley, York-row, Kennincton-road, Surr^, grocer.— 
Thomae Davie, High-street, Whiteehapd, Middlesex, tdlor. 
The following Pr ia o ne re are ordered to ha brought 19* h^mt 

the Court, in Portugal^treet, to ha axanuned and ietU 

with according to the Statute*^ 

June 28 ai 10, b^fisre Mr. OomaUeHoner Law. 
^4^o»meif. 

Wm. Hooper Metca^e, Westminster-bridge-road^ Surrcj, 
and St. Mary Axe, Leadenhall-st., London, wholeaale drug^ 
June 29 at 10, brfore Mr. Cbmrnieeioner Law. 

Jae. Owen, Hoxton-sq., Middlesex, upholsterar'a ^Fsirtut^ 
June 29 af 11, brfore Mr. Commiseioner HAsists. 

Thowute Cooper, Chariea-street, Middlesex Hospital, boaie 
decorator. — Fred. Pemberton, South-terrace, nvloe 
Brempton, Middlesex, lodging-house keeper. 

Julg 2 of 11, btfore the Chief CoMMisaioxci 

Christian Fred. Stuhmer, Crozier-street, Nna pajui 1 rnsil, 
Lambeth, Surrey, out of budneas.- /oAii Stubbs^ Ipriag-it., 



Cambridge-terrace, Edgeware-road, Middlaaex, out c 
— Wm, Cox, Vine-cottage, Rye* lane, Peckhans, Bmrref, pa» 
dener.— /«t. Green, Mary-st., Poplar, Middleaex, lod^fng" 
house keeper. — Wm. Scalee,AMhhf^Bt., St. John-street -road, 
Middlesex, out of business. 



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of Tipperary, held at Clonmel, September and October, 1848; vitb ike 
Jadgmenta of the Court of Queen's Bench, Ireland, and of the House of 
Lords on the Writs of Error. By JOHN GEOROE HODGES, Go- 
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the defendant. ( Thorpe v. Barber^ 6 C. B. 675). And, 
since Lord Denmaa's Act, a prodiein amy, though 
liable for the costs, may be examined for the plaintiff. 
(Sinclair r. Sitidair, 13 Mee. & W. 640). So^ one who 
expects to receive half of the amount sought to be 
recovered in the action ; (Bill n Kitchtng, 3 C. B. 
299); a person who has agreed to indemnify the de- 
fendant against the costs may be called for iiim; (Sage 
y. BMnson, 12 Jur. 1054); the sheriff's officer is a 
competent witness for the defendant in an action 
against a sheriff for not taking a defendant on a ca. sa.; 
( Wilson V. Magnay^ 1 C. & K. 291 ; Wheder v. Senior^ 
Jd. 293); and a person under whom the defendant has 
justified, in an action of trover, may be called for him. 
(Heame v. TStmer, 2 C. B. 535 ; and see, in ejectment. 
Doe v. NichoOsy 18 Law Joum., N. S., Q. B., 81). 
Since, as before, Lord Denman's Act, the nearest rela- 
tions (except the wife) of a party to a suit may be 
examined for and against him, although their bias 
must frequently be as 'strong as any that can be given 
by a pecuniaTy interest. 

It may, therefore, be stated, as the result of the pre- 
sent system, that tiiird persons may be examined in an 
action, whatever may be the amount of their interest 
in the event of the cause, but that parties to the action 
may not be examined hecatue they are Interested. 

It is impossible to predicate the amount of interest 
which will induce a person to commit perjury; but it 
is not difficult to see that, ceteris paribus, the mere 
fiict of being named on the record will not make any 
diffisrence in this respect. A party to an action, in- 
terested to the extent of lOOOf., is not more likely to 
peijure himself than one who is not a party, but who 
has an equal interest. It must also be borne in mind, 
that the great test of truth and falsehood — yivk voce 
cross-examination in open court — would be applied, and 
not sparingly, to the parties examined as witnesses. 

Further arguments appear to us unnecessary to shew 
that the exclusion of the evidence of parties to an action 
does not rest on any sound or connstent principle; and 
that objections should be confined to the credibility, not 
to the admissibility, of such evidence. 



CouRTB-MABTiAL are courts of honour; but they are 
also courts of justice, iuad to some extent courts of law; 
tiiat is, they are, or at least ought to be, govemed, in 
i^^gard to the general rules of r^ht and wrong, and in 
particular in regard to the reception and sifting of 
evidence, by the general principles which regulate the 
8un«' matters before a judge and jury. Assuming 
this to be so, the publicly-reeorded proceedings of a 
court-martial are as properly the subjeet of oritiGisiii 
in these pages as those of any other court;. and we 
proceed, therelbze, in the exercise of that part of our 
doty which consists in calling the attention of our 
leadtfrs to oases in which courts appear to us to havo 
missarried, to criticiie the decision pronounced by a 
geaenl court*martial* recently held in the island of 
Guernsey, in which the prisoner, an officer in the 16th 

* Proceedhigs of a Genenl Court-Martial, held at Guem- 
u/fi on Captaiii Geom Douglas, 16th regiment; from Notes 
taken by H. Sholto Douglas, Esq. [London : Bladnrood & 
Son, 1849, pp. 800 



regiment, was declared guilty, first, of direct felsebood; 
and, secondly, of evamve concealment of the tmtli; and 
puidshed accordingly by being dismisud the aemoe. 
We need not remind our readen that the offienoe of 
lying, directly or indbrectly, constitntmg, among all 
clairaes of gentlemen, what would be termed ungentle- 
manlike conduct, amounts, by the articles of wii^ 
which are the code of law^gomniag^ the amy— tea 
military crime, falling deafly ^thin the gncnLddL* 
nition of scandalous or in£Etmous behaviour, ^unbe- 
coming the character of an officer and a gntlemaa." 
(Articles of War, 1847 ; Art. 80). We think it right 
also to premise, that we write as legal critica, and 
as legal critics only, having no personal 'knowledge 
whatever of the prisoner. Captain Doughu^ and no 
knowledge of the facts of the case, except as tbej 
appear by the report of the proceedings. 

The material facts lie in a very small compaas. (^tun 
Douglas and another officer, Mr. Parker, were^ on the 
5th January, 1849, practising pistol-firing with ball oa 
the ramparts of Longy Battery, which waa dose upon 
the sea-coast On the following day a bollock, bdongf* 
ing to a fiumer in the UMghbourhood, was found dead 
on the beach, close under the spot where the firing 
had taken plaee^ with a wound in the head like a 
wound made by a bullet. Suspicion fell on the two 
officers, who, it was supposed, had, or might haTe,dwt 
the animal, and afterwards thrown it over the diff to 
conceal the transaction. In consequence, on the 8& 
January, a constable was aeni, by the judge of the 
island of Aldemey, to question Captam Dou^ ob 
the subject ; and on what passed between this man 
and Captain Douglas, and on his evidence only, re^^ 
the first chaige against the prisoner, viz. that of dhcet 
falsehood. In order to dear the case of all eztnaeou 
matter, we may state at the outset, that the qne^oi^ 
who had killed the bullock, or whether it had ^ 
killed at all, was not before the Court: the pwone^ 
had, in the course of preliminary inquiries, denied har^ 
ing done so, and was belieyed. The case before tw 
Court was, that Captain Douglas^ having been aabd, 
on the 8th, by the constable, whether he hadehte^ 
Mge of the person or persona who had beemftri^i^ 
the ramparts of Longy Battery on the 6th JasfH 
1849, had answered, that he had no knowledge of fln« 
person or persons; whereas he. Captain Dougla^ ^ 
knew, at the time he so made answer, that he hii^ 
had been firing ball on the said ramparts on thesw 
5th January, 1849. 

Of course it is needless to say that tiie priiootf 
denied having uttered this lie. What he stated wal 
that he had been asked whether he had, or any o^ 
about the barracks had, shot a bullock; and diato 
had replied, he had not: or that the question ua^ 
have been put in this form— that there had beaip»^ 
tising with ball on the battery, and a bullodt hsd be^ 
shot, and did he know who had done iti Atidhett 
plied, he did not. The question being, not whe^ 
the prisoner had falsely denied having shot the bnUod 
but whether he had falsely denied having been pA 
tising at pistol-firing, it is obvioos that the fcm\ 
which the question had been pu^ was most mitew 
The quest«>n. lie or uo lie, became, in fiwt, a q^^< 
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act in itself innocent, but which might be used against 
him, mi^ht expose him, and undeservedly, to civil lia- 
bilities, he haa the clearest imaginable right to refuse 
to supply that evidence. To reauire otherwise would 
be to require a man himself to furnish circumstantial 
evidence of a crime of which he knows himself to be 
innocent. We apprehend, therefore, that the prisoner 
could lawfully refiue^ k fortiori neglect^ at any stage of 
the proceedings, to give any answers, if he had been in 
teinns asked, which he was not, whether he had been 
firing. We will not insult the understandings of our 
readers, by argument to shew that this would be so in 
any criminal procedure at law ; but that it is also clear 
military law will be seen by referring to the book 
above referred to, in whiqh, after citing a decision of 
his Majesty King William IV, (and be it remembered 
that the decisions of the Crown, in matters of military 
law, are law, if not inconsistent with the statute or com- 
mon law), the writer goes on to say, of military courts 
of inquiry: — " The accused, attending the investigation, 
may avail himself of the opportunity to explain any 
particular act in any part of his conduct in which an 
imputation prejudicial to him may have arisen; or he 
may reserve his defence or exculpation, submitting a 
request for trial by a court-martial *.*' 

It is clear, then, that Captain Douglas had a right to 
withhold any statement of his having been engaged in 
firing ; and, if he had, how could the exercise of a right 
be scandalous or infamous conduct, " unbecominc^ the 
character of an officer and a gentleman ?" On this head, 
therefore, the Court seems to have miscarried, assuming 
the chai-ge to have been proved, by treating a right as a 
military crime, and consequently awarding punishment 
when it had no power to do so. 

On the third and fourth charges the Court appears to 
us to have been equally wrong. The substance of these 
charges was evasive concealment of the truth. The 
facts proved, as to one of the chaises, were, that the 
prisoner, on being asked how he accounted for a piece 
of a newspaper, addressed to him, being found on the 
ground, replied, ** that he could not be accountable for 
newspapers in his nama ;'' adding, " that his papers tra- 
velled through the barracks, and even in tne town." 
It was in evidence that this answer was strictly true ; 
that his papers were sent to one of the Serjeants, who 
lent or did what he liked with them. What, then, did 
the first part of the answer amount to ? Simply to i*e- 
f using to give any account, which he had a perfect right 
to do. To construe such an answer into an intentional 
suggestion of a falsehood, requires a degree of finesse 
in argument — a species of fanciful suggestion of crime 
by implication — which, if attempted by a lawyer^ would 
be thought almost 'Moo bad." But that such a forced 
construction should be adopted by a court-martialy 
paases all understanding. 

The same ailments, in substance, apply to the fourth 
charge, which was, that in a letter to his superior officer, 
calling for an explanation of the circumstances with re- 
gard to the shooting of the bullock, the prisoner had not 
stated that he had been firing on the battery, and had 
stated, as the fact was, that other persons were in the 
habit of firing there. Now, all that the prisoner could be 
required to answer, as a matter of duty, was, whether 
he had killed the bullock or not, because that was 
the only act which was in itself wrong. To that in- 
quiry he did return an explicit answer, viz. a denial of 
his having done the act. To the inquiries, which he 
had a right to refuse to answer, he simply did decline to 
make any answer. On both these charges, (the third 
and fourth), the true question was, when it came to 
one of implied falsehood or not,-;— Did the proved con- 
duct of the prisoner tend to creat^ a belief that he meant 



* Simmons on Courts-Martial, p. 98; and see also an order 
of the King, cited Id., pp. 97, 98. 

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to convey an impression that he had noi been firing; 
or did it merely amount to withholding any statement 
on the matter, leaving the inauiren to ascertiun the 
fact? We apprehend that the latter is the tnie result 
of the evidence, and that not only would it be impos- 
sible to extract from it any fitir legal inference that 
the prisoner meant to convey a fal^ idea, bnt that no 
man of common penetration could have been led by 
his conduct to form any unfounded belief, or to colket 
that he meant anything more than a communication 
to the effect that he would not make any tiaiemeni a 
privilege to which, we have shewn, he was entitled by 
the law military — a privile^, therefore, the exercise of 
which could not be an ofirence at all ; least of all the 
crime contemplated by the 80th article of war. 

So total a misconception of the result of evidence, 
and so total a misapprehension of the law, as, we think, i 
are apparent in the proceedings of this court-martial, 
are, happily, not often seen in any of our civil courts. 
We trust they are not frequent in couits-martial; if 
they are, the honour of ^' an officer and a gentleman" 
is in but fragile keeping. 

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