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visions herein contained with reference to the real estate of and the said Commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury shall deceased persons shall extend to the real estate of persons have regard to the fact whether such office shall have been dying before this act comes into operation.
exercised jointly or by deputy, in which case any joint holder 79. Except as hereinafter provided, no suit or proceeding of the said office, or the person performing the duties of the shall be instituted or taken to revoke or recall any probate of a office by deputy, shall be entitled to make claim in respect of will or grant of administration, after the expiration of twenty the emoluments actually received by him under or by virtue of years from the date of such probate or administration. any arrangement entered into with the other joint holder, or 80. Further period of ten years for disabilities.
the deputy, as the case may be ; and the Commissioners of her 81. On allegation of fraud, court may allow suit after time Majesty's Treasury shall allot to such officers, joint holders of of limitation elapsed.
offices, and deputies, and other persons, such sums or annual 82. Void and voidable probates and administrations not sums in respect of their several claims respectively, on an under litigation to be valid.
average of five years immediately preceding the 1st January, 83. Power to Lord Chancellor to make rules and regu- 1855, as to them shall seem just : provided, that in no case lations.
shall any such officer, joint holder of an office, or deputy, be 84. Judges of present ecclesiastical courts and others, at entitled to receive any such compensation unless he shall have request of principal registrar, to transmit all wills, &c. in their held such office, joint office, or deputyship for the space of possession, &c. to the record keepers, to be deposited in testa- three years immediately preceding the 1st January, 1855; and mentary office, there to be arranged for reference.
provided also, that every such officer, joint holder of an office, 85. Penalty for default.
or deputy, who shall have held such office, joint office, or 86. Power to Lord Chancellor to arrange for temporary deputyship for more than three years, but less than six years, custody of wills, &c. until same are deposited in testamentary immediately preceding the 1st January, 1855, shall be entitled office.
to one-half only of the amount of emolument so enjoyed by 87. Proviso for appointment of temporary officers.
him as aforesaid, to be computed on the average of the whole 88. Power to Lord Chancellor to direct registrars to dis- time during which he shall have held such office. charge the duties of principal registrar during vacation, &c. 107. And whereas it is apprehended that the fees or emola.
89. Power to Lord Chancellor to remove any officer ap- ments of the persons now practising as proctors in the several pointed under this act engaging in other employment.
ecclesiastical courts will be materially curtailed by the abolition 90. Proctors, solicitors, &c. appointed to any office under of the exclusive rights and privileges which they have hitherto this act to cease to be proctors in the courts at Doctors' Com. enjoyed as such proctors in the ecclesiastical courts in matters mons, and struck off the rolls, as the case may be.
testamentary: be it enacted, that the Commissioners of her 91. Registrars, &c. to have power to administer oaths. Majesty's Treasury, by examination on oath or otherwise, 92. Forging or counterfeiting seal of court or signature of which oath they are hereby authorised to administer, may officers. Penalty.
inquire into and ascertain the net annual amount of the profits 93. This act not to affect the stamp duties on probates and arising from matters testamentary made by such proctors, (not administrations.
being solicitors or attornies), on an average of five years im94. The registrar to deliver copies of wills, &c. to the mediately preceding the 1st January, 1854, or of such proporCommissioners of Inland Revenue.
tion of five years as shall have elapsed since such proctor was 95. Lord Chancellor to prepare table of fees to be taken admitted to practise in such courts in respect to matters testaby officers of court, with power to vary the same as he may mentary, and to award to every such proctor a sum of money think fit, and to publish same in Gazette. No other fees to be or annual payment, during the term of his natural life, of such taken.
amount as the said commissioners shall deem be equitable : 96. No officer to retain for his own use any fees, or accept provided that such sum of money or annuity so awarded shall gratuity. Penalty.
not exceed in value one-half of the net profits derived by such 97. Prosecution of offenders.
proctor in respect of the matters aforesaid, upon the said 98. Fees not to be paid in money, but by stamps.
average of five years immediately preceding the 1st January, 99. So much of the Suitors in Chancery Relief Act as ap- 1854, or of such proportion of the said five years as shall have plies to the collection of fees by
stamps incorporated, except elapsed since the admission of such proctors to practise in the that separate accounts to be kept. Commissioners of Inland ecclesiastical courts. Revenue to retain expenses, &c., and pay residue into Bank of 108. And whereas divers proctors practising in ecclesiastical England to an account, “The Testamentary Fee Fund Ac- courts now are, or may at the time of this act coming into count.'
operation be, associated together in partnership: be it there. 100. Fees to be paid to the same account.
fore enacted, that in all such cases the Commissioners of ber 101. Acts relating to stamps under Commissioners of In- Majesty's Treasury shall inquire into and ascertain the terms land Revenue incorporated.
or conditions of such partnerships, and shall award compensa102, Power to Lord Chancellor to provide offices, &c. tion in respect thereof, as herein before provided, to each of 103. Salaries of officers.
such partnerships, in like manner as if all the emoluments 104. Power to Lord Chancellor to remove any officer be thereof had been derived by one individual, and shall apportion coming infirm or incapable, and to limit retiring allowance. such compensation among the members of each such partner.
105. Mode of compensating retiring officers, &c. Super- ship, regard being had to the existing terms and conditions of annuation allowance.
the same. 106. And whereas, by the abolition of the present mode of 109. There shall be awarded to the judge of the Prerogative procedure in matters testamentary, the judges and deputy Court, by way of compensation, an annual sum, equal in judges, registrars and deputy registrars, and other persons amount to the net annual value of the lawful fees and emolu. holding office in the ecclesiastical courts, who are lawfully ments of his office, according to such an average, prior to the entitled to receive certain salaries or fees payable in respect of time of this act coming into operation, as the said Commisthe transaction of business in matters testamentary, will be sioners of her Majesty's Treasury shall think proper, and such wholly deprived thereof, and it is reasonable and fit that com- annual sum shall be payable to him during his life. pensation should be made to such persons in respect of such 110. Salaries of persons appointed to offices to go in reduclosses : be it therefore enacted, that it shall be lawful for every tion or satisfaction of compensation. such judge, deputy judge, registrar, deputy registrar, and other 111. Clause for protection of the interests of the Right person to claim compensation in respect of such salaries and Hon. Charles Viscount Canterbury. fees from the Commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury within 112. The registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury to six months from the time when this act shall come into opera-vest in registrar of the court. tion; and it shall be lawful for the Commissioners of her 113. Compensation to Rev. R. Moore, for building, to be Majesty's Treasury, by examination on oath or otherwise, and determined by arbitration. in such manner as they shall think fit, to inquire into the nature 114. How compensation to be paid. of the office, and what was the tenure, and what was the clear 115. Time of payment of salaries, &c. annual amount, on an average of five years immediately pre- 116. Power to Lord Chancellor to order surplus of Testa. ceding the 1st January, 1855, of the lawful salaries and fees mentary
Fee Fund to be paid into the Exchequer. If fund in respect of which compensation shall be so claimed, and to insufficient to defray salaries, &c., Commissioners of the Trearequire the production of such evidence as they shall think fit;' sury to provide for the same.
117. Probate of will or grant of administration of effects of
SPECIAL CASES AND DEMURRERS person dying domiciled in England, Wales, or Ireland, to be
For EASTER TERM, 1853. valid in Ireland or Scotland. In like manner, probate or Those marked thus * are Special Cases, and thus † Demurrers. administration granted by her Majesty's Prerogative Court in For JUDGMENT. † Easdown .v. South-eastern Ireland to be valid in Great Britain. Proviso, that no person *Bostock v. North Stafford- Railway Co. transferring any personal estate to any person claiming under
shire Railway Co.
*Steele r. Stuart & an. any such probate, administration, or confirmation as aforesaid,
+Smart & an, v. Morton shall be bound to inquire into the domicile of the deceased, if FOR ARGUMENT.
+Robinson v. Rutter the fact of such domicile shall be stated on the face of the ‘Burgoyne v. Cottrell tNewman o. Ansaldi probate, administration, or confirmation, or be in anywise +Kitson v. Julian & an. *Wilson 7. Robertson & an. affected, though the domicile of the deceased may be untruly + Petrie v. Ellis
*Thompson & ors. v. Gillespy stated thereon.
+Esposito o. Bowden
† Hilton v. Eckersley 118. Short title.
*Schilizzi & an. v. Derry +Cubitt v. Metropolitan Rail. 119. This act shall not extend to Scotland or Ireland, ex- +Lewis v. Bright & an. cept where expressly mentioned.
*Beckett & ors. o. Upton †Beard & an. v. Solvency Mu+ Cordier v. Birnstinge
tual Guarantee Co. Court Papers.
*Hamond v. M'Cree
* Gould v, Webb.
For EASTER TERM, 1855.
Reg. v. Lords, &c. of Romney
In re Vaughan Prance
Same v. Chaplin
Reg. v. Deeping Fen Ad. Same v. Cooksey.
venturers 1st sitting .. Tuesd., April 17 2nd sitting.. Wednesday.. 25 1st sitting, Monday, April 23
CROWN PAPER, EASTER TERM, 1855. 3rd sitting.. Thursday, May 3 2nd sitting, Monday .... 30 Anglesey Reg. v. Lewis. For undefended causes only.
Fleetwood, Preston, and West Riding After Term.
Junction Railway Co. Wednesday ......... May 9 | Friday .....
Council of the Borough of Gravesend.
Commissioners of Paving, Colchester. term, if not disposed of on those days, will be tried by ad
Derbyshire.... Midland Railway Co.
Pratt. journment on the days following each of such sitting days.
London & North-western Railway Co.
Court of Common Pleas.
Moved Easter Term, 1853. Moved Mich. Term, 1854. Friday 27 Tuesday.
Surrey-Clark 0. Arden (Part Midd.-Castrique v. Trout. After Term.
beck Wednesday ......... May 9 | Friday ....
...... May 11 The Court will sit during and after term at ten o'clock.
Moved Hilary Term, 1854. Moved Hilary Term, 1855. The causes in the list for each of the above sitting days in Midd.- Allsop v. Brittain (Re- Lond.-Sanguer o. London & term, if not disposed of on those days, will be tried by adjourn.
ferred to Master,
South-western Rail. ment on the days following each of such sitting days.
who is to report to
Benthall v. Bacon.
Until after Action tried in" Cooper v. Pegg
Queen's Bench. 1st sitting, Tuesday, April 17
Gittins v. Symes
Dawson v. Williams. 2nd sitting, Wednesday .. 25 Tuesday......
April 24 Simpson v. Sadd 3rd sitting, Thursday, May 3
Those marked thus * are Special Cases.
Abbott v. Rogers The Court will sit during and after term at ten o'clock.
Friday, April 20.
Livesey r. Pascoe The Court will sit in Middlesex, at Nisi Prius, in term, by Smith 0. Douglas (County *Myers v. Willis adjournment from day to day, until the causes entered for the Court Appeal, part beard) Eastern Counties Railway Co. respective Middlesex Sittings are disposed of.
* Alexander v. Hedderley v. Wood.
.... May 11 Kent
CUR. ADV. VULT.
Stratton v. Pettit.
COMMON-LAW CAUSE LISTS, EASTER
HILARY TERM, 1854.
Hill v. Oliver cherson v. Oliver (in error) is
Brodie v. Oliver disposed of.
Tried during Term.
Court of Grchequer.
SITTINGS-EASTER TERM, 1855.
23 Special Paper.
Days in Term.
WILLIAM ENGLAND and FREDERICK HENRY Thursday 26
ENGLAND, Bratton Mills, near Westbury, Wiltshire, Friday 27
clothiers, April 17 and May 14 at 11, Bristol : Off. Ass. Saturday.. 28 Crown Cases.
Acraman; Sols. Beran & Girling, Bristol. - Pet. f. Monday. 30 Special Paper.
March 20. Tuesday May 1
MEETINGS. Wednesday. 2 Special Paper.
Daniel Edgar Monies, Liverpool, broker, April 20 at 11, Thursday 3
Liverpool, pr. d.-Jas. Fletcher Campbell, St. Peter's-alley, Friday. 4
Cornhill, insurance broker, April 20 at half-past 11, London, Saturday 5
- Daniel Keen, Hillingdon, Middlesex, brickmaker, Monday 7
April 20 at 12, London, last ex.-David Halket, Herne Bay, Tuesday 8
Kent, shipowner, April 20 at half past 1, London, last ex.-
Jas. Johnson, Macclesfield, Cheshire, silk dyer, April 16 at
ley, Longdendale, Cheshire, innkeepers, April 18 at 12, ManWednesday, 25 Middlesex, second Sitting. chester, last ex.-John Boddington, Manchester, malt factor, Thursday.... May 3 Middlesex, third Sitting. April 18 at 12, Manchester, last ex.-Wm. Martin, New
castle-upon-Tyne, joiner, April 18 at 12, Newcastle-uponNEW TRIALS.
Tyne, last ex.-Robert Norman, Histon, Cambridgeshire,
grocer, April 18 at 2, London, aud. ac.-Wm. Austin, Col. FOR JUDGMENT. Lond.-Garrels v. Cannan
chester, grocer, April 18 at 1, London, aud. ac. ; April 28 at Leicester-Barnett v. Earl of
Yates o. Dunster
half.past 12, div.-H. Buckell, Portsea, draper, April 18 at Guilford
Moved after the fourth Day of half-past 1, London, aud. ac.-A. Nevison, Darlington, Dur. FOR ARGUMENT.
Hilary Term, 1855. ham, hosier, April 18 at 11, London, aud. ac.-W. Bowler, Moved Hilary Term, 1855.
Jamaica Wharf, Upper Ground-street, Lambeth, timber merMidd.-Helas o. Talbot
chant, April 18 at 11, London, aud. ac.-Samuel S. Ireland, Lond.--Bovill v. Pimm
Kemp v. Hurry
Brighton, cabinet maker, April 18 at 1, London, aud. ac.-J. Forbes v. Marshall
Harris o. Dean.
W. Rymill, Paul's-wharf, Upper Thames-street, paper agent,
April 16 at 11, London, aud. ac.-Wm. B. Nash, CollegePEREMPTORY PAPER.
hill, Cannon-street West, wine merchant, April 24 at 1, Lon. To be called on the first Day of Term after the Motions, don, aud. ac.- Edward H. Baily, Newman-street, Oxford
and to be proceeded with the next Day, if necessary, before street, and Crescent, Camden-road Villas, sculptor, April 24 the Motions.
at 1, London, aud. ac.—John Dickie and Darid Dickie, PortTaylor v. Crowland Gas and | Metropolitan Economic Cab. sea, drapers, April 24 at 2, London, aud. ac.- James Crouch Coke Co.
riolet Co. v. Bruno
and Job Crouch, Wimbledon, Surrey, builders, April 24 at 2, Wilingate v. Holloway | Rawlings v. Woodbridge.
London, aud. ac.- Wm. Walford, Wolverhampton, common
brewer, April 28 at 11, Birmingham, aud. ac.- George Richard SPECIAL PAPER.
Blackwell, Cheltenham, marble mason, April 26 at 11, Bristol,
aud. ac.-Andrew Love and Charles Keys, Liverpool, looking, FOR ARGUMENT. Shepherd v. Hills (Part heard, glass manufacturers, April 20 at 11, Liverpool, aud.ac.-S. Maricon v. Bloxam (D, to case to be amended)
Carlton, Darlington, coach manufacturer, April 18 at 11, stand over till issue in fact Yellowly v. Gower (D)
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud, ac.— Abram Hanson, Hudderstried) Williams v. Evans.
field, yarn manufacturer, May 8 at 12, Leeds, aud. ac. ; at
half-past 12, div.-B. Smith, Kildwick, Yorkshire, worsted GAZETTES.-FRIDAY, April 6.
spinner, May 8 at 12, Leeds, aud. ac. ; at half past 12, div.R. Martindale, Low Harrogate, Yorkshire, draper, May 8
at 12, Leeds, aud. ac. ; at half-past 12, div.-Henry Wales, BANKRUPTS. JOHN BURROWES and ALEXANDER MEARNS aud. ac.—David Haslehurst, Sheffield, and Henry Basen the
Attercliffe, near Sheffield, innkeeper, April 14 at 12, Sheffield, REID, Leadenhall-street, dealers and chapmen, April 20 elder, Whittington, Derbyshire, colliers, April 21 at 12, Shefat 2, and May 11 at 12, London : Off. Ass. Stansfeld; Sols. field,' aud. ac. - Wm. Miers, Strand, ormolu miniature frame
Lawrance & Co., Old Jewry.chambers.- Pet. f. April 4. JOHN JAMES PARKER, Greenwich, bricklayer, April 14 maker, April 27 at 1, London, div. - Charles Haselden, Wigand May 18 at 1, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Sad. London, div.-John Beaumont the elder and John Beaumont
more-street, Cavendish-square, bookseller, April 27 at 12, grove, 64, Mark-lane. -Pet. f. April 3. ROBERT TODD. the elder, Westbourne-park-villas, Pad. 27 åt half-past 1, London, div.-Wm. Foster, Bridge-wharf,
the younger, Commercial-place, City-road, coachmakers, April dington, dealer and chapman, April 13 and May 18 at 2, Millbank, Westminster, stone merchant, April 27 at 11, Lon. London : Of. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. J. & J. H. Linklater, don, div.-J. Gower, Lawrence-lane, warehouseman, April 27 17, Sise-lane, Bucklersbury.-Pet. f. March 28. THOMAS LANDS, otherwise WHITE, High-street, Cam. Cheapside, straw hat warehouseman, April 30 at half-past 1,
at balf-past 11, London, div.- James H. Gibbons, Wood-st., den-town, dealer and chapman, April 20 at il, and May 18 London, div.-C. J. C. Elkington, Hall-street, City-road, at 12, London : Of. Ass. Cannan ; Sols. Harrison & Lewis, electro-plate manufacturer, April 30 at 2, London, dir.-C.
14, New Boswell-court, Lincoln's-inn.-Pet. f. April 3. JAMES PIPER, Holborn-hill, carver and gilder, April 17 at Villas, Camden-road, Holloway, wholesale cheesemonger,
H. Harben, Goulstone-street, Whitechapel, and Carlton-hill 3, and May 15 at 12, London: Off. Ass. Lee; Sols. James April 28 at half.past 12, London, div.-R. Scott, W. Fairlie,
& Curtis, 23, Ely-place, Holborn.- Pet. f. March 29. JOHN MAPLES, Nottingham, dealer and chapman, April 24 at 11, London, div.-Benjamin Miller, Landport, Southamp,
and Joseph Hare, Union-court, London, merchants, April 27 and May 8 at 10, Nottingham : Off. Ass. Harris; Sols. ton, mercer, April 27 at half-past 12, London, div.-Eduard Coope, Nottingham; Harrison & Wood, Birmingham.-Muruss, Maidstone, licensed victnaller, May 1 at 12, London,
Pet. d. March 31. GABRIEL WEBSTER, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, plumber and at 12, London, fin. div.- George Mathias, Glastonbury, So
div.-W. Stewart, Mitre-court, Cheapside, merchant, May 1 glazier, May 1 at 1, and May 22 at 11,
Leeds: Off. Ass. mersetshire, scrivener, May 3 at 11, Bristol, fin. div.- Andrew Hope ; Sols. Scholes & Son, Dewsbury; Blackburn, Leeds. Love and Charles Keys, Liverpool, looking-glass manufac
- Pet. d. April 4. JOHN BIGHAM, Liverpool, shipowner, April 19 and turers, April 27 at 11, Liverpool, div.-Thomas Benjamin May 10 at 11, Liverpool : of. Ass. Turner ; Sols. Lowndes King, York, manufacturer of paperhangings, April 27 at 11,
Leeds, div. & Co., Liverpool.- Pet, f. March 30.
CERTIFICATES. JOHN WALSH, Liverpool, coon merchant, (trading under
the firm of John Walsh & Co.), April 17 and May 8 at 11, To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or Liverpool: Of. Ass. Morgan; Sol. Yates, jun., Liverpool.
before the Day of Meeting. Pet. f. March 30.
Malcolm Inglis and Eyton Bond, Old Broad-street, mer
chants, May 3 at half-past 11, London.--Joshua Vines and MATTHEW RICHMOND STEELE, Leicester, dealer and James Smith, Dover-road, Borough, builders, May 1 at 11, chapman, April 24 and May 22 at 10, Nottingham : Off. London.-Stephen Grantham, Connaught-terrace, dealer in Ass. Harris; Sols. Miles & Gregory, Leicester; Hodgson, hay, May 1 at half-past 11, London.--Richard Ashby, Me- Birmingham.- Pet. d. April 7. lina-place, Lambeth, baker, May 1 at 2, London.- William SYLVESTER LEWIS SAMUEL, Liverpool, watch manu. Horton, High-street, Islington, grocer, April 27 at half-past facturer, April 25 and May 16 at 11, Liverpool : Off. Ass. 12, London.- Joshua Monckton, King-street, Baker-street, Morgan; Sols. Littledale & Bardswell, Liverpool.- Pet. f. licensed victualler, April 27 at half-past 1, London.-Frede- April 7. rick Noake Baker, Southampton, timber merchant, April 27
MEETINGS. at half-past 11, London.-George Richard Blackwell, Chel
Wm. Paton, Bread-street, warehouseman, April 21 at 2, tenham, marble mason, May 1 at 11, Bristol.-Jane Warren, London, pr. d.--Henry Savill, Colchester, grocer, April 20 Bristol, haberdasher, May 1 at 11, Bristol.-Daniel Hearn, at half past 1, London, aud. ac.-John G. Hodges, Bull's Cheltenham, linendraper, May 1 at 11, Bristol.-- Benjamin Head-court, Newgate-street, warehouseman, April 20 at 11, Ratcliffe and James Ratcliffe, Halifax, manufacturers, April London, aud. ac.- - George B. Medley, Highbury-park North, 27 at 11, Leeds.—John Anderson, Bradford, grocer, April Islington, and Great Tower-street, underwriter, April 20 at 27 at 11, Leeds.- John Moore, Halifax, common brewer, half-past 12, London, aud. ac.-George Bumpstead, Great April 27 at 11, Leeds.—John Roper and William Mitchell, Yarmouth, grocer, April 27 at 12, London, aud. ac.
-Henry Keighley, Yorkshire, worsted spinners, April 27 at 11, Leeds. Paine, Strand and Charing-cross, tailor, April 23 at 12, Lon. - George Bailey, Walsall
, innkeeper, May 3 at balf-past don, aud. ac.-W.R. Schwonke, Union-court, Old Broad-st., 10, Birmingham.-William Hughes, Shelton, Staffordshire, commission merchant, April 27 at 11, London, aud. ac.builder, May 3 at half-past 10, Birmingham.- Thomas Freck, James Turner, Hedge-row, High-street, Islington, draper, Nottingham, grocer, May 1 at 10, Nottingham.-Haydon April 27 at half-past 2, London, aud. ac.- Alfred Spence, Lounds, Bourn, Lincolnshire, coach builder, May 1 at 10, Chilworth, near Guildford, paper manufacturer, April 26 at Nottingham.-John Henry Cheetham, Nottingham, lace 11, London, aud. ac. Robert Daniel, Victoria Wharf, Union. manufacturer, May 1 at 10, Nottingham.
place, Pimlico, stone merchant, April 26 at 12, London, aud. To be granted, unless an appeal be duly entered. ac.-Alexander Kirkaldy, St. Mary-at-Hill, Tower-street, Henry Newby, North-place, Kingsland-road, builder.- letter-press printer, April 26 at 11, London, aud. ac.-John John Nicholas Smith, Jewry-street, Aldgate, provision mer
Buchanan, Moorgate-street, upholsterer, April 26 at 12, Lon. chant.-Joseph Cawley, Michael's-place, Brompton, uphol. don, aud. ac.; May 3 at 2, div.-Benjamin N. Dodd, Hettonsterer.—John Stevens, Fetter-lane, cheesemonger.- Edward le-Hole, Durbam, grocer, April 24 at 1, Newcastle-uponMuruss, Maidstone, licensed victualler.- Charles Onken, Tyne, aud.ac.-W. Wilson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, scrivener, Ropemakers-street, Finsbury, coachmaker.- William John April 24 at half-past 11, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac. Watson, Upper Holloway, builder.- Edward Leader Box, Ralph Hutchinson, Monkwearmouth Shore, Durham, shipBristol, corn merchant.-James Sidebotham, Manchester, builder, April 24 at 12, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac. grocer.- Betty Baron, Bacup, Lancashire, manufacturer. - James Worrall, Bolton and Manchester, April 24 at 12, Titus" Gaukroger, James Gaukroger, and William Slater, Manchester, aud. ac.-Thomas B. King, York, manufacturer Halifax, cotton spinners.—John Marshall, Bradford, brewer. of paperhangings, April 26 at 11, Leeds, aud. ac.- Frederick PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED.
Coker, Hackney-road, stationer, May 2 at 11, London, div.George Josselyn and Sterling Westhorp, Ipswieh, attornies Richard F. Kennedy, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, chemist, and solicitors.
May 2 at 12, London, div.-Elizabeth Taylor, Crooms-hill,
Greenwich, licensed victualler, May 3 at 1, London, div.
To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or GEORGE CHRISTMAS LONG, Dartford, Kent, dealer
before the Day of Meeting. and chapman, April 24 at half-past 1, and May 22 at 12, Richard F. Kennedy, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, chemist, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld ; Sols. J. & J. H. Linklater, May 2 at 12, London.-Wm. B. Mitcalfe, Taunton-place, 17, Sise-lane, Bucklersbury.-Pet. f. April 4.
Regent's-park, dealer in mining shares, May 8 at balf-past 1, JOHN DAWSON, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, cattle sales- London.-Richard Beck, Blackman-street, Southwark, watchman, April 19 at half-past 11, and May 17 at 2, London: maker, May 2 at half-past 12, London.-James Hammond, Of. Ass. Bell; Sols. Sharpe & Co., Southampton ; Trinder Chancery-lane, furniture dealer, May 2 at 12, London.-Jas. & Eyre, John-street, Bedford-row.-Pet. f. April 4. Thornton Cartwright, Apollo-buildings, East-st., Walworth, WILLIAM ATTACK, late of Chesham, Buckinghamshire, timber merchant, May 3 at 12, London.-Thomas Prichard,
but now of Canning-town, Plaistow Marshes, Essex, dealer Sidcup, Footscray, Kent, apothecary, May 3 at 2, London.and chapman, April 20 at half-past 2, and May 22 at 12, Ephraim Watson, Polstead, Suffolk, shoemaker, May 3 at 1, London: Off. Ass. Edwards ; Sols. Woolls, Uxbridge; London.-William Harrison, Clyde-terrace, Caledonian-road,
Paterson, 7, Bourerie-street, Fleet-street.- Pet. f. April 3. Islington, baker, May 3 at 1, London.-William Renshaw, JOHN ROLLASON and JACOB STANLEY LISTER, Liverpool, brewer, May 3 at 11, Liverpool.-William Rennie, Mosley Ironworks, near Bilston, Staffordshire, dealers and James Johnson, and William Rankin, Liverpool, shipwrights, chapmen, (carrying on business under the style or firm of May 3 at 11, Liverpool.-John Phillips, Drimpton, Broad. Rollason & Lister), April 26 and May 17 at 11, Birming-winsor, Dorsetshire, baker, May 2 at 1, Exeter.-John Clench, ham : Off. Ass. Bittleston; Sol. Hayes, Wolverhampton. Exeter, and St. Thomas-the-Apostle, Devonshire, timber Pet, d, March 31.
dealer, May 2 at 1, Exeter.- Joseph Edwards and Edward JAMES MINERS, Redruth, Cornwall, grocer, April 18 and Edwards, Truro, Cornwall, jewellers, May 2 at 1, Exeter. May 11 at 1, Exeter: Off. Ass. Hirtzel ; Sols. Peter, Red. Richard Braun, Daw End, Rushall
, Staffordshire, limeburner, ruth; Stogdon, Exeter.- Pet. f. April 9.
May 3 at half-past 10, Birmingham.-Henry Spencer, Ross, JOSEPH LĂISTER, Sheffield, dealer and chapman, April 28 Herefordshire, linendraper, May 7 at half-past 10, Birming
and May 26 at 10, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Brewin; Sol. Ryalls, ham.-Joseph Wood and James Wood, Allerton, Bradford, Sheffield.-Pet. d. March 27.
Yorkshire, spinners, May 4 at 11, Leeds.
To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. Sheffield.-Pet. d. March 26.
George Hammond, King's-row, Walworth, carpenter: JEREMIAH NEW, Sheffield, saw manufacturer, April 28
Wright Bentley, Oldham, ironfounder. and May 26 at 10, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Brewin ; Sol. Unwin,
PETITION Dismissed. Sheffield.-Pet. d. April 7.
Wm. Bickley, Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, draper. GEORGE WILLIAMSON, Rochdale, dealer and chapman, April 23 and May 9 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Pott;
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Sol. Heaton, Rochdale. -Pet. f. April 5.
Henry Crowdy Crowdy and Richard Berens Bradford GEORGE RICH, Leigh, Lancashire, dealer and chapman, Hawkins, Highworth, Wiltshire, attornies, solicitors, and con
April 23 and May 14 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Fraser; veyancers.-Charles John Shoubridge and Thomas Charles. Sóls. Cooper & Sons, Manchester. Pet. f. March 31. worth Bramley, solicitors and attornies.
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