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27. Funds to vest in the official trustees for the time being. of the board as under the General Inclosure Act. In case of 28. The official trustees to keep banking account.
church land, consent of ordinary and patron is required. 29. All orders for payment of any money held upon such 42. Public notice to be given of exchange and partitions. banking account shall be signed by one at least of the official 43. Power to ascertain lands charged with rents to charities. trustees of charitable funds, not being the secretary of the 44. Expenses of exchanges and partitions, and determining board, and also by the secretary, and shall be countersigned by application of charges. one of the commissioners, or shall be otherwise signed or au- 45. Incorporated charities, and trustees for charities, may, thenticated in such manner as the Lord Chancellor sball from with consent of board, re-invest in land. time to time, by order under his hand, direct; and such orders 46. Order of board for investments to be carried into effect, shall be a sufficient authority to the bankers paying the same and costs to be raised. for all such payments.
47. All leases, sales, exchanges, partitions, and transactions 30. All principal monies belonging to any charity directed authorised by the board under the principal act or this act to be paid to the official trustees of charitable funds shall be shall be valid and effectual, notwithstanding any prior disabling paid to their account at such bank, and subject to any order of act applicable to the specific charity: the court or judge or of the board by which respectively the 48. Power to refer bills of costs in charity matters to taxapayment shall have been authorised, shall be forthwith in- tion. vested in the public funds in the names of the official trustees 49. Sect. 27 of the Charitable Trusts Act, 1853, shall be of charitable funds, for the benefit of the charity to which they construed and operate as if the words " and the trustees of the shall belong.
charity shall be legally authorised to purchase and hold such 31. Payments to the banking account, how to be made. land” had been omitted therefrom ; and incorporated trustees
32. No transfer of any stock, shares, or securities shall be of any charity shall be competent to purchase and hold lands made to the official trustees of charitable funds, nor shall any for the purposes mentioned in the same section without license money other than the dividends or interest of any such stock, in mortmain. shares, or securities as aforesaid be paid to their account, ex- 50. Deeds, wills, and documents relating to charities may cept in pursuance of an order of the Court of Chancery, or of be inrolled at the office of the board, and copies of inrolment some judge thereof, or of a district court of bankruptcy or to be evidence. county court, or of the board ; and no transfer of any such 51. Office of the commissioners substituted for the office of stock, shares, or securities shall be made by the official trustees registrar of county courts judgments, for the purposes of sect. 55 except under the order of such court or judge, or under the of principal act. order of the board signed by two commissioners, or authenti. 52. Sect. 61 of the Charitable Trusts Act, 1853, except so cated in such manner as the Lord Chancellor shall from time to much thereof as enacts that the trustees or persons acting in time, by any order under his hand, direct; and no transfer to or the administration of every charity shall, in books to be kept by by the official trustees shall be permitted by the Governor and them for that purpose, regularly enter or cause to be entered Company of the Bank of England, or any other company, con- full and true accounts of all money received and paid respectrary to this provision.
tively on account of such charity, shall be repealed as to all 33. Copies of orders affecting the account of the official accounts which such trustees or administrators shall not have trustees to be sent to the board.
been bound to render before the passing of this act; and the 34. The board may require the Governor and Company of trustees or administrators of every charity shall, on or before the Bank of England, or any public company, to suspend the the 25th March in every year, or such other day as may be transfer or the payment of dividends of any stock in the public fixed for that purpose by the board, or as may have been funds, or any stock or shares of such public company, to which already fixed for rendering the accounts thereof required by any charity shall be entitled, so that their order shall specify the principal act, prepare and make out the following accounts the stock or shares to be affected thereby, and the persons in in relation thereto; that is to say, whose names the same shall be standing, and the charity entitled (1). An account of the endowments of the charity, shewing, thereto; and such order served on the said governor and com
in the case of realty not in hand, the manner in which pany, or any public company, until revoked by the board or
the same is let or occupied, and in the case of perdischarged, shall have the like effect as a distringas for the same
sonalty, the existing investment or employment therepurposes served upon the said governor and company or other
of, and in what names such investments are made, company; but any such order may be discharged by the Court
and shewing the gross income arising or which ought of Chancery or a judge thereof, who may make the like order
to have arisen from the said endowments during the in relation thereto as in the case of an application to discharge
year ending on the 31st December then next prea distringas.
ceding, or on such other day as may have been fixed 35. Indemnity to the Bank and others.
by the board in this behalf : 36. It shall not be lawful for any trustees, or persons act- (2). An account of all balances in hand at the commenceing in the management of a charity, to grant, without the
ment of the year, and of all monies received during approval of the board, any lease of the charity lands in rever
the same year on account of the charity, with the sion after more than three years of any existing lease, or for
dates of such receipts, and a statement of deductions any term of life, or in consideration, wholly or in part, of any
and allowances, if any, from the gross amount: fine.
(3). A particular account for the same period of all pay37. So much of sect. 21 of the principal act as requires
ments, with the dates of such payments : a compulsory provision to be inserted in every mortgage for (4). An account of all monies owing to or from the charity: the payment of the principal money borrowed by annual Which accounts shall be certified under the hand of one or instalments, and for the redemption and reconveyance of the more of the said trustees or administrators, and shall be audited mortgaged estates within the period of not more than thirty by the auditor of the charity, if any; and the said trustees or years, is hereby repealed; but the board authorising any administrators shall, within fourteen days after the day apmortgage to be made of any charity estate may, by the same pointed for making out such accounts, deliver or transmit, or any other order, direct the trustees of the charity to dis- free of charge, one copy thereof to the commissioners at their charge the principal debt, or any part thereof, by equal yearly office in London, and one copy thereof to the clerk of the instalments, within thirty years from the date of the security, county court or each county court within the district of which or to form an accumulation or sinking fund out of the income the charity is applicable ; or where the charity is applicable in of the charity for discharging the principal debt, or any por- the districts of more than one county court, then to the clerk tion thereof, within the same period, and may give any direc. or clerks of such one or more of the same courts as the board tions as to the investment and accumulation of such fund, and may direct; and where the charity is applicable in the city of the trustees for the time being of the charity shall carry such London or the liberties thereof, or any adjoining precincts or order into effect.
extra-parochial places not within the jurisdiction of a county 38. Extension of power of board as to compromise of court, then to the clerk of the Sheriff's Court of London claims.
having jurisdiction under the provisions of the London (City) 39. Board may authorise partitions of charity estates. Small Debts Extension Act, 1852; and every copy received
40. Board may authorise payments for equality of exchange by the clerk of any county court, or of such last-mentioned or partition.
court, of such accounts, shall be kept and registered by him 41. Exchanges or partitions authorised to be made by order without fee or reward, and shall be open to the inspection of all persons at all seasonable hours, on payment of 1s. for (JAMES STEVENSON, Liverpool, provision dealer, May every inspection; and any person may require a copy of every 3 and 24 at 11, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Bird ; Sols. Evans & such account, or of any part thereof, on paying therefore to Son, Liverpool.- Pet. f. April 11. the clerk in whose custody it shall be after the rate of 2d. for JAMES WOOLLEY, Manchester, dealer and chapman, every seventy-two words or figures.
May 4 and 24 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hernaman; 53. Board may make orders as to delivery and publication Sols. Cobbett & Wheeler, Manchester.- Pet. f. April 11. of account by trustees, and as to the form thereof.
DAVID NORBURY, Alderley, Cheshire, butcher, April 30 54. Trustees wilfully omitting to make returns of account and May 23 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Pott; Sol. Hardto be deemed guilty of a contempt of Court of Chancery. man, Manchester.- Pet. f. April 16. 55. What to be evidence of wilful omission.
THOMAS HOLDER, Macclesfield, dealer and chapman, 56. Exemption of charities supported by voluntary con. May 4 and 24 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hernaman ; tributions not to extend to real estate and permanent invest- Sols. Parrott & Co., Macclesfield.-Pet. f. April 16. ments belonging to them.
JOHN MOSELEY, Macclesfield, dealer and chapman, May 57. Provision enabling members of exempted charities to 3 and 24 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hernaman; Sol. submit disputes to commissioners extended to other charities. Taylor, Manchester.- Pet. f. April 17. 58. Amendment of interpretation clause.
MEETINGS. 59. Short title.
Isaac Pothecary and Wm. Symes, Nutshalling, Southamp
ton, boarding-house keepers, April 30 at 12, London, last ex. GAZETTES.-FRIDAY, April 20.
- Robert Ewin, High-street, Islington, upholsterer, April 27 at 11, London, last ex. - Ralph Pickstone and Ambrose
Mayall, Ashton-under-Lyne, cotton spinners, May 1 at 12, BANKRUPTS.
Manchester, last ex.-T. Deans, Blackburn, draper, May 1 GEORGE JESSOP, Cliftonville, Hove, Sussex, dealer and at 11, Manchester, last ex.—Thomas Bell, Jarrow, Durham,
chapman, May 4 at 12, and June 1 at half-past 11, London: alkali manufacturer, May 2 at 11, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, last Off. Ass. Cannan; Sols. Kennett, Brighton ; Sowton, 6, ex.-James Howell, Judd-street, Brunswick-square, builder,
Great James-street, Bedford-row.-Pet. f. April 19. May I at half.past 1, London, aud. ac.-William J. Fisher, RICHARD JOHN ORGLES, Kingsland-road, Shoreditch, Brick-lane, Spitalfields, linendraper, May 3 at balf-past 12,
dealer and chapman, April 27 and June 1 at 2, London : London, aud. ac.- -Henry John Betjemann, New Oxford. Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Symes & Co., 33, Fenchurch- street, chair manufacturer, May 8 at 11, London, aud. ac. street.-Pet. f. April'll.
Wm. Thomas Ashwin, Montpelier-vale, Blackheath, chemist, WILLIAM GITTUS, Islebam, Cambridgeshire, dealer and May 2 at 12, London, aud. ac.-W. E. Champion, Addington
chapman, May 2 at 2, and May 29 at 1, London: Off. Ass. terrace, East India Dock-road, Limehouse, brick merchant, Graham; Sols. Miller & Co., Norwich; Sole & Co., 68, May 2 at 2, London, aud. ac. - James Hammond, ChanceryAldermanbury.-Pet. f. April 11.
lane, furniture dealer, May 2 at 12, London, aud. ac.
.-Richard WILLIAM FITCH, Old Fish-street-hill
, Upper Thames. Beck, Blackman-street, Southwark, watchmaker, May 2 at street, wholesale stationer, May 8 at 11, and May 29 at half-past 12, London, aud. ac.; May 11 at 1, div.--Henry half-past 1, London: Off. Ass. Graham; Sol. Brisley, 4 Byshe, Brighton, builder, May 2 at balf-past 1, London, and. Pancras-lane, Cheapside.- Pet. f. April 19.
ac.-George B. Hussey, Plymouth, innkeeper, May 7 at 11, GEORGE GREENFIELD, Upper Holloway, bricklayer, Plymouth, aud. ac.- - Wm. Henry Miners, Plymouth, grocer,
May 1 at balf-past 2, and May 29 at 12, London: Off. Ass. May 7 at 11, Plymouth, aud. ac. - George C. Pauling and Edwards ; Sol. Seaman, 12, Pancras-lane, Cheapside.-Pet. Robert C. Sharp, Manchester, merchants, May 9 at 12, Manf. April 18.
chester, aud. ac. ; May 16 at 12, div.- Walter Milligan, Wil. JOSEPH BROOKS, Bocking, Essex, wheelwright, April 28 liam Gandy, and George Gandy, Bradford, Yorkshire, stuff
at half-past 11, and June 16 at 1, London: Off. Ass. Pen- merchants, May 3 at 11, Leeds, aud. ac. sep. ests. of Walter nell; Sol. Taylor, 24, John-street, Bedford-row.–Pet. f. Milligan and William Gandy.-William Eggleston, Halifax, April 17.
stuff merchant, May 3 at 11, Leeds, aud. ac.—Thomas John EDWARD LAWRENCE KYLE, Reading, licensed vic- Holloway, Salisbury, rope manufacturer, May 11 at 11, Lon
tualler, May 2 at 1, and June 21 at 12, London: Off. Ass. don, div.-Antoni Forrer, Regent-street, jeweller, May 11 at Nicholson ; Sols. Smith, Reading; Nichols & Clarke, 9, 11, London, div.-Joseph Lough, Great Queen-street, LinCook’s-court, Lincoln's-inn.-Pet. f. April 18.
coln's-inn-fields, blacking manufacturer, and J. J. Limebeer, FREDERICK WILLIAM LISTER, Great Queen-street, St. James's-street, boot maker, May 12 at 2, London, div. Lincoln's.inn-fields, and Southampton-row, Russell-square,
-Wm. L. Dowie, Manchester, tailor, May 15 at 12, Manchesdealer and chapman, April 27 at half-past 12, and June 9 ter, div.-- James Aitken, Liverpool, draper, May 11 at 11, at 12, London: Off. Ass. Nicholson ; Sol. Leverson, 12, Liverpool, div.-R. Liddell, Doncaster, saddler, May 12 at 10, St. Helen's-place.-Pet. f. April 7.
Sheffield, div.-George Hobson, Leeds, grocer, May 11 at 11, WILLIAM PARTRIDGE the elder, Birmingbam, builder, Leeds, div. May 2 and 23 at half-past 10, Birmingham: Off. Ass.
CERTIFICATES. Christie ; Sol. Reece, Birmingham.-Pet. d. April 18.
To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or GEORGE HARGRAVE MORGAN, Hereford, dealer and
before the Day of Meeting. chapman, (trading under the style or firm of George Mor.
Robert Norman, Histon, Cambridgeshire, grocer, May 11 gan), May 4 and 26 at 11, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Wbit. more; Sols. Gwillim, Hereford ; Suckling, Birmingham. - road, Battersea, candle manufacturer, May 11 at 2, London.
at half-past 1, London.--Thomas Whitford Nichols, YorkPet. d. April 14. WILLIAM MORGAN, Bristol and Bath, dealer and chap. May 11 at half-past 1, London.-Samuel Barnett, Welling.
-Wm. Christopher Hardy, Hillingdon, Middlesex, plumber, man, May 1 and 29 at 11, Bristol: Off. Ass. Miller ; Sol. ton-road, Liverpool-road, builder, May 11 at 12, London.
Harris, Bristol.- Pet, f. April 19. EDWIN ADOLPHUS LOCK, Curry Rivell, Somersetshire, London.-J. Scott, Trinity-square, Tower-bill, ship chandler,
Simon Oates, Cambridge, builder, May 11 at half-past 1, dealer and chapman, May, 2 and 31. at 1, Plymouth: Off May 11 at balf.past 12, London.- Wm. Ludlow Palin, Mort. Ass. Hirtzel; Sols. Slade & Vining, Yeovil; Terrell, lake, cooper, May 12 at half-past 12, London.--Chas. Maid
Exeter.- Pet. f. April 19. GEORGE HAWKE, Polruan, (and not Pobraan, as before 12, 'London.-Llewellyn Wallington, Bridgend, Glamorgan
low, Adelaide-terrace, Westbourne-grove, builder, May 14 at advertised), Cornwall
, dealer and chapman, April 26 and shire, grocer, May 22 at 11, Bristol. --- Geo. Major, Swindon, May 31 at 1, Exeter: Off. Ass. Hirtzel; Sol. Elworthy, Wiltshire, builder, May 22 at 11, Bristol. - Richard Lear
Plymouth.- Pet. f. April 7. LOUISA BROWETT, Bradford, innkeeper, April 30 at 11, Bray and William Bray, Okehampton, nursery gardeners,
Mugford, Torquay, tailor, May 24 at 1, Exeter.- Benjamin and June 4 at half-past 12, Leeds: Off. Ass. Hope; Sol. May 24 at 1, Exeter. --Clifford Firth and John Archer,
Blackburn, Leeds.-Pet. d. April 17.
Liverpool, brokers, May 15 at 11, Liverpool.
John Sturgis, Maidstone, baker.-James Bird, Canton,
near Cardiff, lime manufacturer.-David E. Davies, Ponty- past 11, Leeds, aud. ac. ; at 12, div.-John Sayer, Sheffield, pridd, Glamorganshire, grocer.- John Carver, Liverpool, draper, May 5 at 10, Sheffield, aud. ac.--James Holland and licensed victualler.— Thos. Hodson Hodson, Peckforton, near Edward Warden, Preston, tallow chandlers, May 8 at 12, Beeston, Cheshire, cattle dealer.-John W. Shaw, Liverpool, Manchester, aud. ac., and May 15 at 12, div., sep. est. of passenger broker.-W. Brook, Manchester, stuff mercbant. Jas. Holland.—Ssliomia Sterne, Great St. Helen's-chambers, ADJUDICATION ANNULLED.
Great St. Helen's, merchant, May 15 at 12, London, div.-J. Henry Phillips, Bethnal-green-road, corn chandler.
Dumble, Sunderland, commission agent, May 16 at 12, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, div.-J. Robson, Durham, miller, May 16
at 11, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, div.
To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or JOHN APPLETON, Sommerford-grove, Stoke Newington
before the Day of Meeting. road, dealer and chapman, May 4 at half-past 1l, and June 7 at 1, London: Off . Ass. Johnson ; Sol. Heath, chant, May 17 at half-past 11, London.-Jas. Norton Weeks,
John Hogarth, Rotherhithe-street, Rotherhithe, iron mer. 11, Artillery-place West, Finsbury.- Pet. f. April 17. DANIEL HARRIS, late of Bowman's-place, Upper Hollo- East Cowes, Isle of Wight, hotel keeper, May 16 at half-past
way, Middlesex, and now of Sutherland-place, Sutherland 2, London. Henry Byshe, Brighton, builder, May 16 at 12, square, Surrey, dealer and chapman, May 4 at 11, and row, printer, May 16 at 1, London.-Thomas Wm. Horder,
London.- Thomas Henry Rees, Aldine-chambers, PaternosterJune 7 at 12, London: Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sol. Dinn, Minories, and Barrington-road, Brixton, chemist, May 16 at 3, Great Knight Ryder-street, Doctors' Commons.-Pet. f. 1, London.-William Edmund Champion, Addington-terrace, April 21. WILLIAM ALFRED PUTNAM, Strand, china dealer, at half-past 12, London. - Alfred Tunstall, Park-villas, North
East India Dock-road, Limehouse, brick merchant, May 16 May 4 at 12, and June 7 at 2, London : Off. Ass. Bell; umberland-park, Tottenham, electro plater, May 16 at halfSols. M'Duff, 37, Castle-street, Holborn ; Lock, 9, Walpole-street, Chelsea.- Pet. f. April 24.
past 2, London.-Francis Edward Bingley, Grove-terrace, DÁNIEL CUTTER and THOMAS HUNTER, Regent- May 15 at 1, London.-Victor Bauer, Lilypot-lane, St. Mar
St. John's-wood, and Somerset-terrace, Pimlico, share broker, street, St. James's, Westminster, dealers and chapmen, tin's-le-Grand, merchant, May 15 at 12, London.--Henry May 4 at 12, and June 1 at half-past 11, London: Off. Mills, Great Portland-street, Marylebone, tobacconist, May Ass. Cannan; Sols. Ford & Lloyd, 5, Bloomsbury-square. 15 at'ı, London.-James Crouch and Job Crouch, Wimble
-Pet. f. April 13.
THOMAS ALLUM, Wouldham, Kent, and Kingsland- Marden, Kent, potter, May 17 at 11, London. George road, Middlesex, cement manufacturers, (trading under the Hutchison, Palace-row, New-road, timber merchant, May 15 firm or style of Thomas Freen, and not Fuen, as advertised street West, wine merchant, May 17 at 12, London.-John
at 2, London.-William Brown Nash, College-hill, Cannonin the Gazette of the 13th inst.), April 28 at half-past 1, Dickie and David Dickie, Portsea, drapers, May 17 at 12, and Jane 16 at 12, London: Of. Ass. Pennell; Sols. Law- London.-Edward Hodges Baily, Newman-street, Oxford
rance & Co., 14, Old Jewry-chambers.-Pet. f. April 12. EDWARD PRITCHARD, Monmouth, clothier, May 7 and street, and Crescent, Camden-road villas, sculptor, May 17 at 29 at 11, Bristol: Off. Ass. Hutton; Sols. Nicholas, Mon- thenshire, market gardener, May 22 at 11, Bristol.-William
2, London.—Thomas Wright Lawford, Tivydail, Carmarmouth ; Bevan & Girling, Bristol.- Pet. f. April 23. SAMUEL OLDFIELD, JOHN ALLAN, and EDWARD Randle, Cheltenham, miller, May 18 at 11, Bristol.-John
JOHN SINCLAIR COUZENS, Huddersfield, woollen. Boddington, Manchester, malt factor, May 16 at 12, Mancloth merchants, May 4 and June 15 at 11, Leeds: . chester:- Samuel Garratt and Henry Buckley, Sand-mill
, near Mottram in Longdendale, Cheshire, innkeepers, May 16 Ass. Young; Sols. Bond & Barwick, Leeds.-Pet. d.
at 12, Manchester.-John Smith, Horton, Bradford, innApril 21.
keeper, June 5 at 1, Leeds.- Nathan Clough, Bradford, JOSEPH WEBB, Scarborough, Yorkshire, hotel keeper,
May 4 and 25 at 11, Leeds: Of. Ass. Young; Sols. Pres: painter, June 4 at 1, Leeds. - George Simpson, Church Fenton, Leeds ; Dimmock & Burbey, 2, Suffolk.lane, Cannon ton, Yorkshire, chicory merchant, May 22 at 12, Leeds.
John William Dobson, Leyburn, Yorkshire, common brewer, street.- Pet. d. April 11. ANN GREGORY, Liverpool, licensed victualler, May 9 and June 5, at 12, Leeds. Jane Mary Bentley, Dudley, grocer, 28 at 11, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Cazenove ; Sol. Payne, chester, innkeeper, May 16 at 12, Manchester.
May 21 at half-past 10, Birmingham.—John Jones, ManLiverpool.-Pet. f. April 20. BETTY WORSLEY and JAMES HEYS, Helmshore, near To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered.
Haslingden, Lancashire, dealers and chapmen, (carrying on Charles Haselden, Wigmore-street, Cavendish-square, bookbusiness under the style of Worsley & Heys), May 11 and seller.-Henry Elgar, Ashford, Kent, grocer.--George AdamJune 7 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hernaman; Sols. son, West-street, Victoria-park, Bethnal-green, carpenter. Cobbett & Wheeler, Manchester.—Pet. f. April 21. Charles Dearie, Frederick's-place, Old Jewry, merchant.JOSIAH SNIBSON, THOMAS SNIBSON, and WIL- George James Loe, Chertsey, Surrey, builder.—Juan Oliver,
LIAM SNIBSON, Manchester, dealers and chapmen, Daventry, Northamptonshire, ironmonger.-Samuel Glover May 10 and 25 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hernaman; Fairbrother, Bow-street, Covent-garden, printer.-Max EsSol. Atherton, Manchester.-Pet. f. April 19.
singer, Old Change, straw hat manufacturer.--Henry ShepMARTIN BROWN and ROBERT ÎNGHAM, Rawten- pard, Salisbury, grocer.—John Roots, Luton, near Chatham,
stall, Lancashire, power-loom cloth manufacturers, May 9 and Snodland, Kent, brickmaker.-Henry John Todd, Panand June 6 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Fraser; sols. cras-lane, warehouseman.-James Daniel, Bugbrook, NorthRadcliffe, Blackburn; Hall, Accrington.-Pet. f. April 17. amptonshire, coal merchant-Joseph Stoddart, Northleach, MEETINGS.
Gloucestershire, draper.-James Ellis, Birmingham, fender Charles Kelly, High-street, Kensington, and Baker-street, manufacturer.-James Swann, Coventry, hardwareman.Portman-square, auctioneer, May 4 at half-past 11, London, Isaac Barton, Stafford, grocer.-John Bates and Edward last ex.-W. Riley, James Lupton, Robert Halstead, and T. Bower, Leicester, lambs' wool spinners.—Jonathan Hanford Haworth, Burnley, Lancashire, cloth manufacturers, May 11 Godber, Frederick Godber, and Julius Wallace Howes, at 12, Manchester, last ex.- Frederick Futroye, Regent-st. Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, drapers.—John Ward, Penistone, and Beak-st., St. James's, Westminster, jeweller, May 8 at Yorkshire, surgeon.-Walter Milligan, William Gandy, and 2, London, aud. ac.—John Sykes, Little Tower-hill, clothier, George Gandy, Bradford, stuff merchants. May 8 at 1, London, aud. ac.-Thomas John Holloway,
PETITIONS ANNULLED. Salisbury, Wiltshire, rope manufacturer, May 4 at 11, Lon- Stephen Copperthwaite, Manningham, Bradford, bobbin don, aud. ac.-Antoni Forrer, Regent-street, jeweller, May 4 turner.-Ezekiel Meade, Bristol, tavern keeper. at 11, London, aud. ac.- Jane Mary Bentley, Dudley, Wor. cestershire, grocer, June 4 at half-past 10, Birmingham, aud.
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