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10, New-inn, Strand, London; Messrs. Walcott, Lloyd, & Chevalier,

solicitors, 73, Chancery-lane, London; Mr. Septimus Booker. solicitor? FAMILY FRIEND Liverpool :" Mr. Holden, solicitor, Lancaster; and of My WALLS Hodge is a Magazine of Domestic Economy, Entertainment, Instruction, son, the auctioneer; and at the place of sale.-Dated this tath day and Practical Science. It is published Monthly. Price 2d.

January, 1855. London: Ward & Lock, 158, Fleet-street. Sold everywhere,

GEO. HUME, Chief Clerk No. 5, VOL. J., New SERIES.

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ENCUMBERED ESTATES COURT. --- Final Notice than one-fourth of the amount previously raised privately in the Com

to Claimants." In the Matter of the Estate of the Right Hon, pany, as already stated. the Earl of Portarlington and the Right Hon. George Lionel Dawson

It may be well to state, for the information of those who may now be Damer, Owners; James Delany, Petitioner." -All parties interested hearing of the matter for the first time, that the Company is pledged are hereby required to take notice, that the Commissioners have SOLD

to the Crimean Committee, and to all subscribers, to charge only the (save the Roscrea Estate, and some other portions of the Estates situate

absolute cost price of all stoves, fuel, lanterns, and candles sent out to

the army. in the county of Tipperary and Queen's County) the ESTATES of the owners in th matter sit in the barony of Fassadineen and

The weight of the packages is kept down to 56lbs. or 57lbs., in order county of Kilkenny, and in the respective baronies of Maryborough,

not to exceed what a man can carry along a bad road. Three packages Cullenagh, Ossory, Slievenamanagh, Ballyadams, Tinehinch, Portna

are, therefore, used for a stove, and the 102lbs. of fuel which accompahinch, Stradbally, Philipstown, and Queen's County; the several lands

nies it. The cost of the stove, with this sufficient supply of fuel, packed situate in the respective baronies of Kilnemanagh, Clanwilliam, Middle

and delivered in London, is 41. 58., or less, if on finally winding up the third, Ellogarty, Lower Ormond, Ikerrin, and county of Tipperary; and

account it should be found to cost less, also the several lands situate in the barony of Philipstown and King's

The stoves may now be seen constantly in operation at the address County, and also the several lands situate in the respective baronies of below, and at the Crystal Palace, Sydenham, the Crystal Palace ComPubblebrien and Coonagh, and county of Limerick; and also the several

pany having asked for stoves to exhibit there, and Mr. Edgington lands situate in the respective counties of Longford, Meath, and Kil. having lent

a tent in which to exhibit them. dare: and that the draft schedule of Incumbrances affects all the lands

Copies of this advertisement will be printed off for private distribusituate in the respective baronies and counties aforesaid; and that such

tion, and will be supplied at the tent in the Crystal Palace, or by post draft schedule is now lodged in the office of the General Clerk of this

from Vauxhall. It is hoped that by these means a sufficient number Court, and if any person have a claim not therein inserted and admitted, of persons with spare money will be brought to take an interest in the or any objection to said schedule, either on account of the amount or

matter, to carry it out thoroughly, without any individuals being taxed priority of any charge therein mentioned as due to him or any other

to a burthensome amount, or any being asked to contribute at all who person, or because he claims any lien on the purchase money or other

may have already given in one way or other for the help of the army all wise; notice is hereby given, that a statement, duly verified, of the par

that they can properly be asked to give. ticulars of such claim, objection, or lien, must be lodged by such per

Belmont, Vauxhall, Jan. 27, 1855. son with the General Clerk of this Court on or before the 12th day of

Postscript, Jan. 29.-Lord Raglan's dispatch, dated “before SebasFebruary next; and on the following Thursday, the 15th day af Febru- topol, 13th January,” and appearing in the newspapers of this mornary, 1855, at the hour of 11 o'clock a.m., Dr. Longfield will give directions ing, states, that “great progress is making in disembarking and issufor the final settlement of said schedule. And all persons interested are ing to the troops vast quantities of warm clothing of all descriptions," hereby further required to take notice, that within the time aforesaid any

but that “the provision of fuel is still a great difficulty." That this person may file an objection to any demand contained in said schedule.

was written after the arrival of the supply of stoves sent out by Go-Dated this 10th day of January, 1855.

vernment is shewn by the following extract from the letter of The ROBERT K. PIERS, Notice Clerk. Times Correspondent, dated on the 8th January, five days before Lord GARDE & ATKINSON, Solicitors having carriage of order

Raglan's dispatch :--"Our fine patent stoves are wretched affairs. They for sale, 15, Merchants'-quay, Dublin.

are made of thin sheet iron, which cannot stand our fuel, charcoal. PALMER & NETTLESHIP, 4, Trafalgar-square, London.

Besides, with charcoal, they are mere poison manufactories, and they

cannot be left alight in the tent at night. They answer well for drying CRIMEAN ARMY CANDLE STOVES.—The Managing the men's clothes at day," Directors of Price's Patent Candle Company beg to inform all who

The candle stoves burn through the night without attention, and may feel an interest in the Company's Candle Stoves for the Army, that

with no more injury to the air of a hut than would be caused by a few 200 have just now been despatched by the Crimean Committee in The

candles burning in it, a AS

SSOCIATION for PROMOTING the RELIEF of at the same time to state, that, for anything like a sufficient number DESTITUTION in the METROPOLIS, and for Improving the for the use of the army, much larger funds are needed than have yet Condition of the Poor, by Means of Parochial and District Visiting, been received, and that it is therefore desirable that all who agree with under the Superintendence and Direction of the Bishop and Clergy. them in thinking that a sufficient number ought yet to be sent out President- The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of LONDON. should exert themselves to procure special subscriptions for this purpose to the Crimean Committee, at 28, Hill-street, Berkeley-square. The The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M. P., Chancellor of the Exchequer. Committee will forward to the gentlemen who have gone out in charge The Right Hon. Sir Robert H. Inglis, Bart. of their own consiguments ary stoves of which the public may think fit Sir Walter R. Farquhar, Bart. to pay the cost and freight.

Henry Kingscote, Esq. Stoves hereafter sent out will not, indeed, arrive till a date by which

Office-No.4, St. Martin's-place, Trafalgar-square. it is hoped the worst part of the winter will be over; but if they even The Committee of this Association are anxious to bring to the notice serve no other purpose than the mere preventing the necessity of the of the public that their funds are very considerably reduced, whilst soldiers eating their meat raw, and sleeping in drenched clothes, for the demands on the Association are largely increased by the excessive want of the means of cooking and drying, this alone would seem to be prices of the first necessaries of life, and the continuance of severe an object well worth the expenditure of a few thousand pounds, if this weather. attempt to interest the public in the matter should succeed in raising The Committee continue to afford every possible encouragement to so much.

the poor to deposit their small savings in the Provident Societies conThe Managing Directors do not thus apply to the public until after nected with this Association; but they regret to record, that during 1854 having tried to accomplish their object by first applying to the shareholders of the Company and their friends for private means to begin upon deposits; and that the poor are consequently deprived of much of

the high price of all the first necessaries of life operated as a check carrying it out, and then applying to Government to complete, as a the advantage arising from their own savings, and are thrown to an inmatter of public service, what had been thus privately commenced. creased extent on the bounty of the benevolent.

The private funds obtained for candles, cooking lanterns, candle Contributions are received by the under-mentioned Bankers: stoves, and fuel, amounted in all to 10771. 188. 1d., made up by the fol

At the West End.

In the City. lowing subscriptions:

Messrs. Herries, Farquhar, & Co., Messrs. Hoare, Fleet-street.
The Company

£300 0 0
St. James's-street.

Messrs. Williams, Deacon, & Co.,
Four subscriptions of 1051. each

420 0

Messrs. Drummond, Charing Birchin-lane.
Six of 251. each
150 0

Messrs. Barclay, Beran, & Co.,
One of

10 10
Messrs. Coutts & Co., Strand.

Lombard-street.
Seven of 101. each

70 0 0
One of

And at the Office of the Association, 4, St. Martin's-place, TrafalgarTwelve of 51. each

60

square. Fifty-one of smaller amounts

The Annual Report will be forwarded on application. 62 3 ]

PARTANT, POUR LA SYRIE, with all the correct £1077 18 1

French and English Words, price 3d., in No. 582 of the MUSICAL The application to Government was, unhappily, less successful. It BOUQUET. The same as a Fantasia, by Alphonse Le Duc; and as a was made just before Christmas, the value of the stoves for the pur- Quadrille, by Jules Normann, price 3d. each. Rule Britannia, with all poses of the army being then proved by actual trial in one of the the words, 3d.; and as a Fantasia, by Guria, price 6d. God Save the Government offices, and a formal tender of 200 a day, and fuel in pro- Queen, with all the words, 3d.; and as a Fantasia, by Goria, 6d. The portion, and all at cost price, being sent in the day after Christmas. most admired Fantasias, Nocturnes, Galops, &c., by Schulhoff, Vincent As this tender is still unanswered, there seems to be little hope of Wallace, Osborne, Blumenthal, Ascher, and a host of other composers, Government taking the matter up, unless it be to a small extent for are published in the Musical Bouquet, at the Office, 192, High Holborn, hospital purposes, the medical authorities having approved highly of

RUSSELL'S COPYRIGHT SONGS:the stoves. It is understood that for general purposes the Govern HENRY ment has already sent out some common stoves; but these, although Long Parted'have we been: Sunshine after Rain; Many Changes I have

Rouse, Brothers, Rouse; Cheer, Boys, Cheer; Far upon the Sea; they will be of use anywhere near the port, will be useless in the camp, on account of the great comparative weight of fuel required for

Seen; the Canadian Sleigh Song: Mighty Niagara; and When I was a them, and therefore will be no substitute for the candle stoves, with

Little Child;-all 6d. each. Also, To the West, to the West; Parting their extremely portable fuel, of which a single pound weight gives out

Tear; Land, Land, Land; Slave Chase; Slave Sale; and several others

at 3d. each. constantly, for more than eight hours together, a sufficient heat for drying clothes and warming a hut, or for four hours together, a sufficient heat

Published in the Musical Bouquet, at the Office, 192, High Holborn; for baking four pounds of bread or boiling four quarts of water in

and there can be no other cheap edition.

WORKS.
The only

complete 2d. per hour.

Edition of MENDELSSOHN'S MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS It was hoped that the notice of the matter in The Times City article that can be issued is EWER & CO.'S. Purchasers would therefore do of Monday, the 8th January, backed by the Crimean Committee's notifi- well to observe that they obtain this edition, the printing, paper, and cation on the following day of their readiness to receive special subscrip-correctness of which are acknowledged to be far superior to any of those tions for the stoves, and to forward to the Crimea any number the public of his works published elsewhere; and being at the uniformly low rate might think fit to provide means for, would bring in money enough from of 6d. per sheet, it combines the only complete, the best, and the the public for as many as were needed; but it has as yet brought in less cheapest edition.-Ewer & Co., 390, Oxford-street.

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every hours at a cost of, in the one case but 1d., and in the other but MENDELSSOHN'S

CONTENTS Leading Article

39

Court of Queen's Bench-(Continued). Notes of the Week...

40 ble cruelty and severity-Threat of selling as a Court Papers :-Equity Sittings after Hilary Term 41 slave)

110 Equity Cause Lists after Hilary Term 43 Tindall v. Taylor.-Action for freight-Delay in comLondon Gazettes..

45

mencement of voyage-Demand for redelivery of Spring Circuits of the Judges

50 goodsBills of lading signed by captain and transNAMES OF CASES REPORTED.

mitted to consignee)...

112 COURT OF CHANCERY.

COURT OF COMMON Pleas.
By T. EDWARDS, Barrister at Law.

By W. Paterson and W. Mills, Barristers at Law. Ware r. Lord Egmont.-(Constructive notice-Doc. Baboneau o. Farrell. - (Slander - Innuendo -“ Not trine not to be extended).. 97 guilty''-What not put in issue by)....

114 Rolls Court.

Court of ExchEQUER.
By G. Y. Robson, Barrister at Law.

By W. M. Best, Barrister at Law.
Lord Kensington v. Bouverie. - (Tenant for life-

Boyle v. Wiseman.--(Secondary evidence--Proof of Power to charge)....

100 private documents - Competency of witness-New VICE-CHANCELLOR KINDERSLEY'S COURT.

trial-- Privilege of witness in not answering ques. By C. MARETT, Barrister at Law.

tions-14 & 15 Vict. c. 99, 88. 2, 3-CounselHill v. The Great Northern Railway Company.-

Admissions by silence)..

115 (Public company-Purchase)......

102 Thöl v. Leask.-(17 & 18 Vict. c. 125—Interroga. Vice-CHANCELLOR STO'Art's Court.

tories to parties --Principal and agent)

117 By T. F. MORSE, Barrister at Law.

CROWN CASES RESERVED. Cooper o. Cooper.- (Will - Construction- Absolute

By G. FRANCIS, Barrister at Law. gift—" Then dead," time referred to)

105 Reg. v. Gibbs.--(Embezzlement-Master and servant COURT OF QUEEN's Bench.

- Carrier)

118 By G. J. P. Smith and W. B. Brett, Barristers at Law.

Reg. v. Luck.-(Practice- Right of cross-examinaReg. v. Day.-(Coroner --- Election Qualification of

tion)

119 elector-Equitable freeholder--Right of common

ADMIRALTY PRIZE COURT. in gross)

107

By J. P. DRANE, D.C.L. Edward v. Trevellick.-( Shipping-Action for wages The Ernst Merck.-(Claim on behalf of a neutral pur- Desertion-7 88 Vict. c. 112, s. 9–Unreasona

chaser-Proof of sale)..

119

THE JURIST.

had an interest in the life assured shall not lose the

benefit of the policy, although his interest shall have LONDON, FEBRUARY 10, 1855.

terminated before the death of the assured;"--framed

as if to meet the very risk to which persons in the The sentence pronounced upon Godsall v. Boldero position of the plaintiff were undoubtedly liable so by the unanimous judgment of the Exchequer Cham- long as Godsall v. Boldero remained law. The plaintiff ber last December in the case of Dalby v. The India seems to have stated his object fairly, and without any and London Life Assurance Company, reported and reserve: he was at first inclined to effect an assurance commented upon in our number for the 9th Decem- for the whole life of his son, but, at the suggestion of ber, 1854, (18 Jur., No. 935), has received the ap- the secretary, limited his proposals to a policy for two proval of the other side of Westminster Hall, and been years a period a few months beyond the son's thirtieth followed by Sir W. P. Wood, V.C., in a case very birth-day, and sufficient to cover any uncertainty as to recently before him. The case to which we allude the actual day of his birth. The policy, which was for was Law v. The London Indisputable Life Policy Com- 29991., was granted on the 9th April, 1850, for two pany, (not yet reported), the facts of which, from their years. The son completed his thirtieth year on the 16th great simplicity, afford perhaps a more conclusive test January, 1852, fulfilling the contingency imposed by and refutation of the principle supposed to have been the legacy, and, singularly enough, died six days afterestablished by Godsall v. Boldero than was even done wards, on the 22nd January. The 30001. legacy was by the case before the Exchequer Chamber. The received by the father; and in due time, after the 9th circumstances of the case were shortly these : -Mr. April, 1852, he applied to the company for payment of Law, the plaintiff, had purchased a legacy of 30001., the 29991. due upon the policy. To his no small surto which his son was entitled upon the contingency of prise, however, he is informed that the "indisputable his living to complete thirty years. Being anxious to and indefeasible” document in his hand is disputed, secure himself against the loss of the 30001. by the and that payment will not be made, as he has received death of his son before the time pointed out by the that sum against the possible loss of which the policy contingency, the plaintiff applied to the Indisputable was intended to secure him. The company, in fact, Life Policy Company, attracted, no doubt, by the entrenching themselves upon Godsall v. Boldero, tell glowing words of promise contained in their prospectus, the plaintiff that their contract with him is merely one which proclaimed to the world that their policies were of indemnity, and that if their rules are to be conindefeasible and indisputable, and that no extent of strued according to his view they would be rendered error, mistake, or omission would induce the company illegal. This somewhat tardy awakening to penitence to repudiate payment, the fact of issuing the policy in the company for their previous disregard, if not exbeing conclusive evidence of its validity. As if, too, press repudiation, of the supreme authority of the Court this was not sufficient to remove all lurking doubt, the of King's Bench is met by a suit in equity on the part following significant paragraph was also contained in of the plaintiff. We need not pause to explain the the prospectus:-“Interest in policies.--A party having grounds of his proceeding in equity rather than by No. 5, VOL. I., New Series.

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