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The following Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed
in the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or from Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinbefore the Day of Meeting.
afler mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal.street, John Dennett, Hatcham, Surrey, builder, April 27 at half
Lincoln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with past 11, London.-J. Tillett, Colchester, plumber, April 25
according to the Statute:at half-past 2, London.-Thomas Lawrance, Reading, draper, April 24 at 11, before the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. April 25 at 2, London.-Frederick Carson, St. Helens-place,
Joseph Senior, Coleman-street, London, locksmith.-H. Bishopsgate-street, merchant, April 25 at half-past 11, Lon Hutchings, Plaistow, Essex, grazier.— William Francis Candop.- Frederick White, Ewell, Surrey, and Chelsea, common
nell, Westbourne-street, Eaton-square, Pimlico, Middlesex, brewer, April 26 at half-past 11, London.-Samuel Man. butcher.- Henry Harris, Wigmore-street, Cavendish-square, ning, Cornwall-road, Hammersmith, builder, April 25 at 2; Middlesex, tailor.—Walter Taylor, Caroline-place, Chelsea, London.—John Buchanan, Moorgate-street, upholsterer, April Middlesex, tailor. 26 at 12, London.-Matthew John Goff, Queen's.crescent, Prince of Wales-road, Kentish-town, bookseller and stationer, April 25 al 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. April 27 at 1, London.-William Hall, Fordingbridge, South- Robert Woolley, North-mews, North.street, John-street, ampton, butcher, April 26 at 1, London.-Henry M. Addey, Tottenham-court-road, Middlesex, coach-spring maker.-W. Old Bond-street, bookseller, April 26 at 2, London.-Wm. S. Pearce, Prince's-road, Lambeth, Surrey, out of business. W. C. Kirkham, Manchester, money scrivener, May 1 at 12, 1.- Francis R. Leaver, Theberton-street, Islington, Middleses, Manchester. - Ralph Darlington, Wigan, Lancashire, money law stationer.---Robert Thomas Bartlett, St. James's-road, scrivener, May 2 at 12, Manchester. - William Prest, York, Holloway, Middlesex, commercial traveller.-T. Morrison, painter, May 1 at ll, Leeds.- Thomas Addy, Leeds, cloth | Church-street, Edmonton, Middlesex, omnibus driver.-T. manufacturer, May 1 at half past 11, Leeds.-Ralph Martin. R. Forge, Broadway, Barking, Essex, fishing smack owner.dale, Low Harrogate, Yorkshire, draper, May 1 at half-past 12, Richard Miller, Barnes-place, Mile-end-road, Middlesex, Leeds.-Joseph North, Northowram, near Halifax, grocer, traveller to a biscuit baker.- Edmund Wm. Cobb, Ask-street, May 7 at 11, Leeds.
Hoxton New-town, Middlesex, coach wheelwright.-Henry
William Weston, Bedford.terrace, Union-road, Newington, To be granted, unless an appeal be duly entered. Surrey, accountant.-T. Rudge, Farmer's-row, Salmcon's-lane, Henry Simons, Woolwich, Kent, linendraper. Thomas Limehouse, Middlesex, shoemaker.-W.S. Eastwood, ChurchSlurges, Stockwell, Surrey, licensed victualler.-William street, Chelsea, Middlesex, butcher. - Anthony D. Harmer, Pearce, Clerkenwell-green, gas fitter.- Jas. Warwick Wool.
West Ham, Essex, out of business.--John Tanguel, Norway. dridge, Martin's-lane, Cannon-street, shipowner.-Charles place, Hackney-road, Middlesex, baker.-Wm. Henry Acret, Gooda, Great Yarmouth, baker.-Wm. Waithman, Yealand | De Beauvoir-town, West Hackney, Middlesex, private tutor. Conyers and Manchester, and Higher Bentham and Lower
- William Carter the elder, Shenley-hill, near Barnet, HertBentham, Yorkshire, and Holme Mills, Milnthorp, and Gate fordshire, bricklayer. Beck, Westmoreland, flax merchant.-John Taylor and James
Saturday, March 31. Burton, Stockport, Cheshire, power-loom cloth manufacturers. Henry B. Harris, Shrewsbury, draper.-Joseph Bradford, Assignees have been appointed in the following Cases. Fur. Coventry, licensed victualler.- Bryan Hesleden, Barton-upon
ther particulars may be learned at the Office, in PorlagalHumber, Lincolnshire, scrivener.-Jonathan Wright, Wm.
street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the Wright, and L. Wright, Oxenbope, near Keighley, Yorkshire,
Case. worsted spinners.
Joshua Batty, Holywell-street, Shoreditch, Middlesex, cur.
rier, No. 65,000 T.; John Hollis Vane, assignee.-E. Jones, ADJUDICATION ANNULLED.
Manchester, tobacconist, No. 79,194 C.; James Cotsworth, Wm. England and Frederick Henry England, Westbury, ley, Lancashire, out of business, No. 79,547 C.; T. Temple,
assignee.—Robert Harrison, Huyton-bill-park, near Burn. Wiltshire, woollen cloth manufacturers.
assignee. Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS.
Saturday, March 31. Wm. Mossman, Alexandria, near Dumbarton, wright.-A. Orders have been made, desting in the Provisional Assignee King, Paisley, dyer.- George Chapman, Crieff, grocer.- James
the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:Durward, Stonehaven, grocer.- Bell & Brothers, Glasgow,
(On their own Petitions). nail manufacturers.--Andrew Dykes, Glasgow, victualler.- Joseph Burn, High-street, Hoxton Old-town, Middlesex, David Greenshields, Glasgow, music seller.
licensed victualler: in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid
dlesex.-Edward Mudd, Tuilerie-street, Hackney-road, MidINSOLVENT DEBTORS
dlesex, cabinet maker: in the Debtors Prison for London and Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of bankruptcy, dleses, builder:
in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid
Middlesex.-- Wm. Grocer, High-street, Old Brentford, Midand have oblained an Interim Order for Protection from aleses: -Samuel P. B. Mortimer, Frederick-place, HampProcess.
stead-road, Middlesex, schoolmaster : in the Debtors Prison John Betty, Bilton, Gloucestershire, baker, May 3 at half- for London and Middlesex.-Thos. Robson Heigham, Abdy. past 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.-Daniel street, St. John's, Horselydown, Surrey, builder: in the Ledy, Bristol, tailor, May 10 at half-past 10, County Court of Queen's Prison.-George Leslie, Poland-street, Oxford-street, Gloucestershire, at Bristol.-Simeon Pearce, Brsitol, dealer in Middlesex, builder : in the Queen's Prison-William Bailey poultry, May 3 at half-past 10, County Court of Gloucester- Snowdon, Goldsmith's-place, Kilburn, Middlesex, out of busishire, at Bristol.—Thos. B. Elliott, Bristol, licensed victualler, ness: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-S. May 3 at half-past 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at H. Barrow, Dover, Kent, attorney: in the Queen's Prison.Bristol.-Geo. Lowe, Heanor, Derbyshire, beer-house keeper, George Wilgress Pipe, Pitt-street, Old Kent-road, Surrey, job April 19 at 10, County Court of Derbyshire, at Belper.-A. master : in the Queen's Prison. - Paul Charles Garbanati
, Le Grand, Brighton, Sussex, professor of languages, April 7 High-street, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, out of business: in the at 11, County Court of Sussex, at Brighton.-Lewis Thomas, Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-William Gellett, Rhyd-y-Minch, Penmachno, Carnarvonshire, slate weigher, Goulston-street, Whitechapel, Middlesex, retailer of beer : in April 16 at 10, County Court of Carnarvonshire, at Carnar- the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-Henry Batvon.-James B. Escott, Chudleigh, Devonshire, accountant, tersan, Leadenhall-street, London, tailor: in the Debtors April 28 at 10, County Court of Devonshire, at Newton Abbot. Prison for London and Middlesex.-Wm. Blacklidge, Black--- Joseph Kern, Southampton, clockmaker, April 14 at 10, burn, Lancashire, beer-shop keeper : in the Debtors Prison for County Court of Hampshire, at Southampton.-W. Turnbull, London and Middleser.- John Sumpton, New Heston, MidSunderland, Durham, master mariner, April 17 at 10, County dlesex, beer-house keeper: in the Debtors Prison for London Court of Durham, at Sunderland.—John Spark Aird, Chilton and Middlesex. - Roger Kenyon, Manchester, small-ware Moor, Durham,
cattle dealer, April 23 at 10, County Court of dealer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. -John Younghusband, SalDurham, at Durham.
ford, Lancashire, licensed victualler : in the Gaol of Lancaster. -James Barker, Oldbam, Lancashire, cotton-waste dealer : Chester. - Thomas Round, Brettell-lane, Staffordshire, out of in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Thomas S. Barton, Cheetham, business : in the Gaol of Warwick.---Thos. Smith, Burford, Lancashire, out of business : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-J. Bar- Oxfordshire, chimney sweeper : in the Gaol of Oxford.-W. low, Manchester, coach painter : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Roy, Ipswich, Suffolk, fishmonger : in the Gaol of Ipswich.Wm. Scholes, Waterloo, near Ashton-under-Lyne, Lanca- John Fletcher, Hopton, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire, card shire, out of business : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Henry maker: in the Gaol of York.-Thomas Dickenson, Flockton, Goodwin, Manchester, out of business : in the Gaol of Lan- near Wakefield, Yorkshire, stonemason : in the Gaol of York. caster.- John Taylor, Heywood, Lancashire, out of business : - Francis Dickinson, Flockton, near Wakefield, Yorkshire, in the Gaol of Lancaster.- John Carr, Salford, Lancashire, stonemason : in the Gaol of York. Thomas Sharrow, Birassistant to a butcher: in the Gaol of Lancaster.-W. Carr, mingham, builder: in the Gaol of York.- Robert Britton, Strangeways, Manchester, pianoforte maker : in the Gaol of Oldfield Nook, near Leeds, Yorksbire, out of business : in Lancaster.-James Chadwick, Blackburn, Lancashire, tailor : the Gaol of York.-James Ashley, Bradford, Yorkshire, out in the Gaol of Lancaster.-J. Stringer, Manchester, baker : in of business : in the Gaol of York.-Samuel Parker, Halifax, the Gaol of Lancaster.-Wright Sutcliffe, Bolton-le-Moors, Yorkshire, stonemason : in the Gaol of York. Lancashire, counterpane dealer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. Sarah Tonge, Kersley, near Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before innkeeper : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— Jonas Ayre, Marsden,
the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt near Burnley, Lancashire, out of business : in the Gaol of
with according to the Statute:Lancaster.-J. Ward, Blackburn, Lancashire, out of busi- April 17 at 10, before the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. ness : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- John Lammond, Liverpool, Alexander Viner, St. Ann's-place, Commercial-road, Limesugar baker: in the Gaol of Lancaster.--James Harrison, house, Middlesex, coffee. house keeper.-G. Banger, SusannahBolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, beerseller : in the Gaol of Lan- row, Curtain-road, Shoreditch, Middlesex, manager to a genecaster.- Samuel Dale, Hanley, Stoke-upon-Trent, Stafford-ral-shop keeper. shire, in no business: in the Gaol of Stafford.—Thos. Chap
April 17 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. man, Brighton, Sussex, shoeing smith : in the Gaol of Lewes. -John P. Sawell, Rotherfield, Sussex, clerk in the Customs :
Thos. Homewood, North-hill, Highgate, Middlesex, baker. in the Gaol of Lewes.- Benjamin Lloyd, Low Peter-gate, business. - David W. King, Middlesex - place, Hackney-road,
-R. Hawksley, Princes-street, Marylebone, Middlesex, out of Yorkshire, out of business : in the Gaol of York.-George Wilson, Liverpool, butcher: in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Robt. Middlesex, tailor.— Thomas Hunt, St. Andrew's-road, HorseShepherd, Castleton, Lancashire, labourer : in the Gaol of monger.lane, Surrey, out of business.-Robert D. Brown, Lancaster.—Thos. Hodson, Preston, Lancashire, contractor: Deverell-street, Dover-road, Newington, Surrey, clerk in the in the Gaol of Lancaster.—Thomas Dewhurst, Low Moor, Storekeeper-General's Department of the Navy, Admiralty, Clitheroe, Lancashire, out of employment: in the Gaol of Somerset House.- Wm. Bridgen, Phoenix-st., Somers-town, Lancaster.-J. Duckworth, Wilton Stocks, near Blackburn, cowkeeper... John Plews, Fairfield-cottages, Fairfield-road, Lancashire, twister in a cotton factory: in the Gaol of Lancaster. Bow, Middlesex, timber merchant.-Joseph Philpott, CroyJames Tomlinson, Bleakley Moor, near Blackburn, Lanca- don, Surrey, agent on commission to a shoemaker. shire, chimney sweeper: in the Gaol of Lancaster.-J. Walsh, The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Bolton-le-Moors, Lancasbire, stonemason: in the Gaol of a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and dealt Lancaster.-Wm. Nimmo, Liverpool, baker : in the Gaol of with according to the Statute:Lancaster.-Wm. Dickinson, Low Moor, Clitheroe, Lancashire, confectioner : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Thos. Bibby,
At the County Court of Sussex, at LEWES, April 17. Blackburn, Lancashire, grocer: in the Gacl of Lancaster. Leonard Burton, Brighton, out of business.- Thos. Chap. Joseph Best the younger, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, in man, Brighton, shoeing smith.—John Pounall Sawell, Malk no business : in the Gaol of Worcester.-Wm. Crosby the Cross, Rotherfield, clerk in the Custom-house, London. younger, Gosberton, Risegate, Lincolnshire, dealer in poultry: At the County Court of Berkshire, at READING, April 17. in the Gaol of Lincoln.-Jacob Bayley, Manchester, joiner: Robert Clarke, Reading, carrier. in the Gaol of Lancaster. - Wm. Baxendale, Preston, Lanca
At the County Court of Staffordshire, at STAFFORD, shire, cotton spinner : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-C. Brown, Liverpool, mate: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—John Little,
April 18 at 11. Liverpool, book keeper: in the Gaol of Lancaster:-William Swain, Wednesbury, pig dealer.-- Richard Avery, Ettingshall
Samuel Griffith, Wolverhampton, commission agent.-T. Rigby, Radcliffe, near Bury, Lancashire,, out of business: in New Village, near Bilston, bricklayer.-S. Dale, Hanley, the Gaol of Lancaster.-Wm. Halliwell, Farnworth, Lancashire, out of employment : in the Gaol of Lancaster.—Joshua Stoke-upon-Trent, in no business. Wm. Coomer the elder, Gouldsbrough, Blackburn, Lancashire, tailor : in the Gaol of
Newcastle-under-Lyme, blacksmith. Lancaster. - Alexander Fish, Salford, Lancashire, out of bu- At the County Court of Montgomeryshire, at Welchsiness : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Thomas Bateson, Burton,
POOL, April 19 at 12. Lonsdale, Lancashire, out of business: in the Gaol of Lan- Hugh Jones Evans, Penygloddfu, Llanllwehaiarn, grocer. caster.-- George Drake, Leeds, Yorkshire, out of business : At the County Court of Suffolk, at IPSWICH, April 20 at 9. in the Gaol of York.-Thos. Swain, Wednesbury, Stafford
Wm. Roy, Ipswich, fishmonger. shire, pig dealer : in the Gaol of Stafford.- George Davies, Longside-lane, near Bradford, Yorksbire, machine maker: in
At the County Court of Glamorganshire, at CARDIFF, the Gaol of York.-John Kaye, Bradford, Yorkshire, out of
April 20. business: in the Gaol of York.- Seth Wilkinson, Batley,
David Davies the younger, Neath, railway contractor.---D. Yorkshire, out of business : in the Gaol of York.-J. MorJones, Gwain yr Eirw, near Pontypridd, grocer.-J. Edwards, rison, Clifton, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, limeburner : in the Gaol Mertbyr Tydvil, cabinet maker. of York.-J. Whiteley, Halifax, Yorkshire, machine maker : At the County Court of Derbyshire, at DERBY, April 21, in the Gaol of York. --John Gartside Mills, Fairplay, Sad
at 12. dleworth, Yorkshire, woollen-cloth merchant: in the Gaol of
Anna M. Woodroffe, widow, Derby, out of business.-W. York.- John Landers, Sheffield, Yorkshire, publican: in the Walters, Clay Cross, North Wingfield, beer-house keeper.Gaol of York.-Wm. Jackson, Hartshead, near Leeds, York. Wm. Richardson, Chesterfield, bookkeeper. shire, out of business : in the Gaol of York.-Fred. Asprey, York, out of business : in the Gaol of York. Wm. Harker,
SHELFORD ON TITHES.--THIRD EDITION. Thornton, near Bradford, Yorkshire, stope merchantra in the THE ACTS for the COMMITATION OCH ETT Heerenie business: in the Gaol of York.-Thomas R. Walker, Scar- to those Acts, and Directions and Forms as settled by the Commisborough, Yorkshire, fishmonger: in the Gaol of York.-Thos. sioners; also the Report as to Special Adjudications, &c., and the Plans. Turnor, Wakefield, Yorkshire, butcher: in the Gaol of York. By LEONARD SHELFORD, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister - Jeremiah Jones, Mardol, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, out of Amendment Acts, 9 & 10 Vict. c. 73, and 10 & 11 Vict. c. 104, and the business : in the Gaol of Shrewsbury.Daniel Thornley, recent Cases on the Construction of the above Acts. Price 188.
boards. Stalybridge, Cheshire, out of business : in the Gaol of Ches.
The Supplement may be had separately. Price 28. 6d.
S. Sweet, 1, Chancery-lane; V. & R. Stevens & G. S. Norton, 26, ter.—Thos, Bird, Chester, out of business: in the Gaol of Bell-yard, Lincoln's-inn, Law Booksellers and Publishers.
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IMPORTANT TO SOLICITORS AND OTHERS. Large Consumers of Stationery may effect a. - Saving of at least Thirty LONDON and PROVINCIAL LAW ASSURANCE
SOCIETY. per Cent." by purchasing at
32, New Bridge-street, Blackfriars, London. PARTRIDGE & COZENS' Wholesale and Retail Sta- GEORGE M. BUTT, Esq., Q. C., M. P., Chairman.
tionery Warehouses, 20, Chancery-lane, London. (Removed from FOUR-FIFTHS of the PROFITS divisible amongst the Assured. 127 and 128, during the Erection of New Premises).
POLICIES two years in force PARTICIPATE in PROFITS.
No CHARGE for POLICY STAMPS.
EXTENSIVE LICENSE to TRAVEL and RESIDE ABROAD.
APPEARANCE before the BOARD dispensed with. Good Fine Draft
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PROPOSALS for LOANS entertained. article
PROSPECTUSES, &c. on application. Best Ruled Draft
10s. and ii o
ARCHIBALD DAY, Actuary and Secretary. Outsides Draft--for office copies, &c., (all perfect sheets)
6 0 Good Lined Brief 13 6
5 Superfine ditto..
155. 68., 16s.6d., and 17 6 and 6, Chancery-lane, London.-Subscribed Capital, £5,000,000. Very best ditto, (none better made, usually charged by many
TRUSTEES. houses 24s.)
The Right Hon, the Earl of Devon. Blue Ruled Brief or Abstract
The Right Hon. Lord Truro. Fine Laid Foolscap
108. 6d., 12s. 6d., and 16
The Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron. Extra superfine ditto, (a first-class paper)
The Right Hon. the Lord Justice Knight Bruce. Best Ruled Foolscap, for Bills of Costs, Agency, and other pur
The Right Hon. Sir John Dodson, Dean of the Arches, &c. poses
William Baker, Esq., late Master in Chancery. Large Blue Wove Note
35. 9d., 48. 6d., and 5 6
Richard Richards, Esq., Master in Chancery. Ditto ditto Letter..
78. 6d., 88. 6d., 9s. 6d., and 10 Insurances expiring at Lady-day should be renewed within fifteen Fine Cream Laid Note
28. 3d., 2s.6d., 38. 6d., and 4 6 days thereafter, at the Offices of the Society, or with any of its Agents Extra Super Thick ditto, (a splendid paper, made exclusively for throughout the country.
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6 0 Super Cream Laid Letter 6s. 6d.; 78.62., 85, 6d., 9s. 6d., and 10 & GUARDIAN FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COM. Extra Large Cream Laid Letter, 12s. 6d.; ditto Note
PANY, No. 11, Lombard-street, London. Thick Blue Laid Note (unglazed)
DIRECTORS. Queen's and Albert sized Cream Laid Note
38. and 4 0
Sir Walter R. Farquhar, Bart., Chairman. Very best Pink Blotting, 5 quires for 48., or
Francis Hart Dyke, Esq., Deputy Chairman.
18 6 Henry Hulse Berens, Esq. Stewart Marjoribanks, Esq. Cream Laid Black Bordered Note, 5 quires for 2s., or 7 6 John Dixon, Esq.
John Martin, Esq., M.P. Cream Laid Black Bordered Envelopes, 18. per 100, or 98. Sir W. M. T. Farquhar, Bart. Rowland Mitchell, Esq. per 1000.
Thomson Hankey, jun., Esq.M.P. James Morris, Esg. Partridge & Cozens' Envelope Note Paper, Blue or Cream Laid, very John Harvey, Esq.
Henry Norman, Esq. best quality," 98. per ream.
John G. Hubbard, Esq.
Henry R. Reynolds, Esq. Royal Cartridge, Is. per quire, or 5 quires for 48. 6d.
George Johnstone, Esq.
John Thornton, Esq. Large size, fine and thick ditto, 28. per quire, or 5 for 88. 6d.
John Labouchere, Esq.
James Tulloch, Esq.
Henry Vigne, Esq.
A. W. Robarts, Esq.
Henry Sykes Thornton, Esq. Copying Books, half-bound, strong basil, index and type-paged, &c.,
Lewis Loyd, jun., Esq. 8s. each.
John Henry Smith, Esq. Printing Letter or Note Paper, copper-plate address heading, 38. 6d. per George Keys, Esq., Scoretary.-Samuel Brown, Esq., Actuary.
ream extra, no charge being made for plate when more than two reams LIFE DEPARTMENT.- Under the provisions of an act of Parliament, are ordered.
this Company now offers to future Insurers FOUR:FIFTHS of the PROENVELOPES.
PITS, with QuiNQUENNIAL DIVISION, or a Low RATE OF PREXITY Good Cream Laid Adhesive, all warranted well gummed, 4s.6d. per 1000. without participation of Profits. Superfine ditto, 6s. 6d. per 1000.
The next Division of Profits will be declared in June, 1855, when all Thick superfine ditto, either stamped with initials or from private dies, Participating Policies which shall have subsisted at least one year at without extra charge, 78. 6d. per 1000.
Christmas, 1854, will be allowed to share in the Profits. Thick Blue Laid, 78, 6d. and 88. 6d. per 1000.
At the several past Divisions of Profits made by this Company, the Foolscap official-size 81 by 31, 28. per 100, or 16s. 6d. per 1000.
Reversionary Bonuses added to the Policies from ONE-HALY the Profits Demy superfine ditto, 103 by 31, 38. 6d. per 100.
amounted, on an average of the different ages, to about One
Cent. * Draft Cartridge, open at end, 10by 5, 3s. 6d. per 100.
per Annum on the sums insured, and the total Bonuses added at the * Brief, ditto, ditto, 147 by 54, 58. per 100.
lour Septennial Divisions exceeded 770,0001. * Deed, ditto, ditto, 11by 94, 68. 6d. per
FOREIGN R18K6.-The Extra Premiums required for the East and • These are all made from a strong, fine, and smooth cartridge; but West Indies, the British Colonies, and the northern parts of the United inferior qualities can be had of the same sizes, if required.
States of America, have been materially reduced. Cloth-lined Envelopes at the same low rate of charges.
INVALID LIVES.- Persons who are not in such sound health as would PARTRIDGE & Cozens' CELEBRATED STEEL PENS.
enable them to Insure their Lives at the Tabular Premiums may have These Pens are all made of the purest Steel, and selected with the
their Lives Insured at extra Premiums. greatest care, and, at the very moderate price at which they are
Loans granted on Life Policies to the extent of their values, provided charged, command an universal sale.
"Nearly twenty millions sold such Policies shall have been effected a sufficient time to have attained annually."
in each case a value pot under 502. The Correspondence or Drafting Pen, only 1s. 3d. per box of twelve
ASSIGNMENTS OF POLICIES-Written Notices of, received and redozen.
gistered. The Fine Point, for light writing, ls. 3d. per ditto.
Medical fees paid by the Company, and no charge will be made for The Broad Point, for ingrossing, &c., a good pen for parchment, Policy Stamps. Is. 6d. per ditto.
Notice is hereby given,-That Fire Policies which expire at Lady-Day Extra Broad Point, a very easy pen,
will write with comfort on brown
must be renewed within fifteen days at this Office, or with Mr. SAMS, paper, 18.6d. per ditto.
No. 1, St. James's-street, (corner of Pall-mall); or with the Company's Polished Cedar Holders, fit any pen, 6d. per dozen, or 58. per gross.
Agents throughout the Kingdom; otherwise they become void.
Losses caused by Explosion of Gas are admitted by this Company. “Best quality-London manufacture." Indentures for 20 or 30 folios, machine-ruled and printed, 178. per doz.,
CAUTION..TO TRADESMEN, MERCHANTS, or 808. per roll.
WHEREAS it has lately come to my knowledge that some unprincipled Followers, ruled, 158. per doz., or 70s. per roll.
person or persons have for some time past been imposing upon the Meinorials or Records, 58. 6d. per doz., or 258. per roll.
public, by selling to the Trade and others a spurious
article under the Plain Skins, any size, at the same low scale of charges.
name of BOND'S PERMANENT MARKING INK; this is to give Booxs.
Notice, that I am the original and sole Proprietor and Manufacturer of "Letter-book," strongly bound, 500 pages, 6s.
the said Article, and do not employ any traveller, or authorise any per“ Waste-book," ditto ditto, 6s.
son to represent themselves as coming from my establishment, for the "Ledger," ditto ditto, 68. 6d.
purpose of selling the said Ink. This Caution is published by me to “Call-books,” ls. and Is. 6d. Note-books, 4d. and 6d. each.
prevent further impositions upon the public, and serious injury to SUNDRIES FOR SOLICITORS' OFFICES.
myself. Best Red Tape-narrow, 9d.; middle, 18.; broad, 1s. 4d. per dozen pieces.
E. R. BOND, Sole Executrix and Widow of the late John Bond, Narrow Green Silk, 18.; Green Silk Cord, ls. per piece.
28, Long-lane, West Smithfield, London. Silk Ferrit, 18. 9d.; Cotton Ferrit, 6d. and 18. per piece.
To avoid disappointment from the substitution of counterfeits, Runners, from No. 5 to 14, 18. 9d.; Bodkins or Piercers, with or without be careful to ask for the genuine Bond's Permanent Marking lok; and eyes, 9d. each.
further to distinguish it, observe that NO SIXPENNY SIZE is or has Strong Blue Bags, 28. 6d. each.
at any time been prepared by him, the Inventor and Proprietor. Very best Wax, 3s. 9d. per Ib.; Super ditto, 2s. 6d.; Parcel Wax, ls. Elastic Bands, Is. per box of six dozen, various.
Printed by HENRY HANSARD, at his Printing Office, in Parker Silver Pens, 1s.; Gold, 3s. 6d. each; Plated Pocket-Holders for ditto, Street, in the Parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, in the County of Mid6d. each.
dlesex; and Published at No. 3, CHANCERY LANE, in the Parish of Terms, Cash. Catalogues post free.
St. Dunstan in the West, in the City of London, by HENRY SWEET, Observe--PARTRIDGE & COZENs, Stationers and Paper Makers, residing at No.
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Middlesex.-Saturday, April 7, 1855.
No. 14, NEW SERIES.-Vol. I.
APRIL 14, 1855.
Cum haud pauca quæ omnino fieri necesse sit, alii autem ob inna- A SELECTION of LEADING CASES on PLEADING,
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COURT OF QUEEN's Bench. Notes of the Week....
131 By G. J.P. SMITH and W. B. BRETT, Barristers at Law. Bill in Progress :- Testamentary Jurisdiction Bill 131 The South Wales Railway Company, Apps., The SwanCourt Papers :--Common-law Sittings and Cause Lists 135 sea Local Board of Health, Resps.-(RailwayLondon Gazettes....
136. “ Land used as a railway"--Public Health Act,
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326 By T. EDWARDS, Barrister at Law.
Gurney v. Womersley. - (Bill broker and money Coape v. Arnold.-(Rule in Shelley's case-Will and
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313 rantie-Forgery of acceptance-Money had and
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315 Common-law Procedure Act, 1852, 15 & 16 Vict. Hughes v. Ellis.-(Will— Construction) 316 c. 76)..
329 Coard v. Holderness. (Will - Construction Real Farlie v. Danks.-(Action for maliciously procuring estate)
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examination of the particular circumstances in each;
one decision will scarcely serve as an authority for any LONDON, APRIL 14, 1855.
other, except in so far as the Court may ascertain from
it the weight to be allowed to any particular fact, or Our attention has been called, by the recent case of form of expression, that may be found in any one of Tanner v. Christian, (24 L. J., Q. B., 91), to a class these cases and the one under decision. The object is of decisions of considerable practical importance, and fairly to ascertain in each case what was the real in. somewhat difficult to reconcile. The decisions alluded tention and understanding of the parties.” And for to are those respecting the personal liability of agents this purpose the Court will look, in the first place, to on contracts entered into by them. The principle
the language of the agreement, or of the whole corwhich is at the root of these cases, viz. “ that an agent respondence from which the contract is to be gathered, is not liable on any agreement into which he enters and also the circumstances under which the contract merely in his representative capacity, but that wherever was made *, but not to any subsequent declarations or he contracts personally, or pledges his own credit, either admissions of the parties, whether verbal or written. by concealing his principal or otherwise, he becomes (Lewis v. Nicholson, 16 Jur., part 1, p. 1041; 21 L. J., personally liable on such contract,” is simple and well Q.B., 315). One principal test of the liability on such established. (Thomas v. Edwards, 2 M. & W. 217; contracts is, whether the act contracted to be performed Franklyn v. Lamond, 4 C. B. 637; Thompson v. Daren- is to be done by the agent himself or by his principal; port, 9 B. & Cr. 78; Paterson v. Gandesequi, 15 East, and it is clear, that where the contract is by the terms 62). And where an agent contracts in writing in his of it to be performed by the agent himself, though for own name, without naming his principal therein, he and on behalf of another, the agent is personally liable. cannot relieve himself from his liability, even by shew- This was the ground of the decision in Tanner v. ing that at the time of making the contract the other Christian. There, by a written memorandum, purparty knew that he was acting only as an agent in the porting to be made between the defendant for and transaction. (Higgins v. Senior, 8 M. & W.334; Jones on the part of N. of the first part, and the plaintiff v. Littledale, 6 Ad. & El. 486). The difficulty has been, of the second part, the defendant, on the part of N., in the application of the above principle to the construc- agreed to let, and the plaintiff agreed to take, certain tion of written contracts in which both the agent and the premises, paying the rent to the defendant, for the use principal are named, in ascertaining what language in of N.; and it was also agreed that no auction should such a contract, or what circumstances attending the be had on the premises without the license of the demaking thereof, are sufficient to render the agent personally liable on the contract. In the language of Lord 309); Haigh v. Brooks, (11 M. & W. 857); Goldshede .
* See, upon this point, Butcher v. Stuart, (10 Ad. & El. Denman in Harper v. Williams, (4 Q. B. 230), “the Swan, (1 Exch. 154); and Colbourn v. Dawson, (10 C. B. judgment in such cases has been arrived at only by an 1 765).