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Stothard v. Cooper (Further | Buncombe v. Smith (M for
After Term. consideration)
Wednesday ........ June 13 / Wednesday ........ June 27 Stothard o. Cooper (Cause) Jones 0. Shawe (M for decree)
The Court will sit at ten o'clock every day. Barrow v. Barrow (M for de- Parkinson o. Chambers (Cau.)
The causes in the list for each of the above sitting days in cree) Benn v. Griffith (F D, C)
term, if not disposed of on those days, will be tried by ad. Williamson o. Tomkins (Cau.) Malden v. Maine (Cause)
journment on the days following each of such sitting days.
Court of Common Pleas.
May 29 Friday
June I Sibley v. Owen conside- Weston v. Sterne (Cause) Tuesday
June 5 Friday
8 Dunning v. Owen ration) Morse v. Pennell (M for dec.)
Wednesday ........ June 13 | Saturday ...... Blenkinsopv. Day (Further The Court will sit during and after term at ten o'clock. Tweedale v. Johnson (Supp. consideration)
The causes in the list for each of the above sitting days in cause)
Milward v. Bakewell (M for term, if not disposed of on those days, will be tried by adjournGibson 0. Jones (M for dec.) decree)
ment on the days following each of such sitting days.
Erchequer of Pleas.
In Term. decree) decree)
2nd sitting, Thursday.
1st sitting, Tuesday.. May 29 case)
Ellerton v. Darby (M for de- 3rd sitting, Thursday, June 7 | 2nd sitting, Tuesday .. June 5 Field o. Barnewall (Further cree) consideration) Field v. Bradley (Cl)
After Term. Thompson v. Teulon (2) (Fur - Thomas v. Thomas (Cause)
Wednesday ...... June 13 | Wednesday ... June 27 ther consideration)
Freke 0. Johnson (Further The Court will sit during and after term at ten o'clock. Moxon v. Hill (M for decree) consideration)
The Court will sit in Middlesex, at Nisi Prius, in term, by Wright v. Vanderplank (Cau.) Shribley v. Lambert (2) (Cau.) adjournment from day to day, until the causes entered for the Nash v. Westminster Improve Bird v. Johnson (Further con respective Middlesex Sittings are disposed of. ment Commissioners (M for sideration)
In each of the London Sittings, during term, there will be decree)
Oppenheim v. Henry (2) (Fur two days for the trial of causes.
COMMON-LAW CAUSE LISTS, TRINITY Davies o. Thomas ; consid.) Richardson v. Lightfoot (Cau.)
Court of Queen's Bench.
NEW TRIALS Riccard o. Prichard (M for decree) decree)
Arnold 0. Arnold (Further REMAINING UNDETERMINED AT THE END OF THE SIT. Lawton v. Anderton (Further consideration)
TINGS AFTER EASTER TERM, 1855. consideration) Hopkinson o. Bunny (Cause) FOR JUDGMENT.'
Suffolk-Last o. Woodgate Green v. Harrison (Cause) Savage v. Hutchinson (CI)
Brown v. Shaw
Midd.—Gardner o. Walsh Powell v. Keyse (M for dec.) Churchward v. Jackson (M for Lond.—Siggers o. Evans
Brecon-Papendock v. BridgOlliver v. King (Cause)
water Rowley v. Unwin (Cause) Bass v. Fraser (Cause)
Wilts-Harrison v. Bush
Northumberl.-Thompson e. Angier v. May (M for decree) | Bracher v. Reed (F D, C)
Gillespy Terrell v. Prichard (M for de- Ward v. Eaton (Cause)
Gillespy cree) Oxborrow o. Calton (F D, C) HILARY TERM, 1854.
Thompson Roberts v. Kerslake (F D, C) Moody o. Cooper (Cause) Chauntler v. Greenwood (Ca.) Snow v. Booth (Cause)
Lond.-Nicoll v. Oliver
Durham-Mayor, &c. of Sun. Hobson o. Brown (Cause)
derland . Horne Barker 0. Johnson (M for
Hill v. Oliver Watson v. Stokehill (Further
Same o. Same
Brodie o. Oliver decree)
York-Earl of Scarborough o. consideration) Sh Lyle v. Truscott (Cause) EASTER TERM, 1855.
Bayley Cuerton o. Bunnett (Cause) Pickford t. Washington (
MLond.—Lundv. Lloyd (Stands Kitson v. Rhodes Hay v. Dowling (Cause) for decree)
Rainforth o. Hamer Wylie v. Wylie (Cause) Prout v. Prout (Further con
Pottlick v. Hubbersty Williams o. Salmond (Cause) sideration)
& an. Nicholson v. Tutin (M for de. Elston o. Elston (Cause) Sh
Liverp.-Petrie o. Ellis cree)
Dyer v. Dyer (Further con- Stafford-Egginton v. Mayor, Kent-Lady Wenman v. MacWallis v. Woodyard (Cause) sideration)
&c. of Lichfield
kenzie. Wood o. Scarth (Cause) English o. Hayman (Further Lincoln-Newton o. Ellis Wickham o. Wickham (Cause) consideration).
Nottingham-Reg. o. Walker
Tried during Term.
(Stands for arrangement) Midd.-Parsons v. Alexander COMMON-LAW SITTINGS, IN AND AFTER Derby- Brewin o. Short
French v. Wiggins
Warwick-Staite v. Barford Lond.-Fitch v. Jones.
SPECIAL CASES AND DEMURRERS
FOR TRINITY TERM, 1855. Ist sitting .. Thursd., May 24 2nd sitting.. Thursday ... 31 1st sitting, Tuesday.. May 29 Those marked thus * are Special Cases, and thus + Demarrers.
FOR JUDGMENT. 3rd sitting.. Thursday, June 7 2nd sitting, Tuesday .. June 5 For undefended causes only.
+Hilton v. Eckersley | *Holmes & an. r. Tutton
Days in Term.
Banc. *Clayton v. Fenwick
Wednesday.. 6 Special Paper. +Burgoyne o. Cottrell fRoyal British Bank v. Tur- Thursday
7 *Sturgis v. Caster (Stands over
8 till case in error is disposed Warburg v. Tucker
9 of) fLennard v. Robinson & an. Monday
11 tGraham v. Solomon +Livingston o. Ralli.
Thursday.... May 24 Middlesex, first Sitting.
29 London, first Sitting.
Thursday .. 31 Middlesex, second Sitting.
Tuesday June 5 London, second Sitting.
7 Middlesex, third Sitting. In re Clutterbuck
Fifth Day. Collins v. Hughes
Same v. Morgan Andrews & an. v. Plummer
NEW TRIALS. In re Story
FOR JUDGMENT. Liverp.--Kitchen v. SanderLake o. Butler Same o. Guardians of the Poor
Lond. Garrels v. Cannan In re Read and Taylor of St. Luke.
Brebner v. Harrison FOR ARGUMENT.
Firnie o. Tonge
Same v. Same CROWN PAPER, TRINITY TERM, 1855.
Moved Hilary Term, 1855.
Bruce v. Nicolopulo Lancashire. ... Reg. v. Fleetwood, Preston, and West Riding Lond.-Bovill v. Pimm
Lincoln-Russell v. WhiteJunction Railway Co. (To stand
Forbes v. Marshall
head over till special case settled).
Warwick-Underhill v. Da. Staffordshire .. Earl of Lichfield. Moved Easter Term, 1855.
venport Chichester Fuller.
Lond.-Heydorn v. Bibby
Hertford-Naden v. Holloway Stiepel v. Same Kingston-Boyle v. Wiseman Board of Manage
Wilkes v. Plant ment of Central
Wroughton Schools v. Wythes
Stafford-Leech v. Lamb NEW TRIALS.
Australian Royal Mail
Harrison v. BishMored Hilary Term, 1854. Surrey-Steel v. South-east
Steam Packet Co.
ton Midd.-Allsop o. Brittain (Re
ern Railway Co.
Foster o. Floyd
Welsford v. Dimsdale Winchester-Padwick who is to report to Midd.-Martin v. The Great
Cooper v. Rutt
Knight the Court).
Crouch y. The Great Taunton-Kingsmill v. MilMored Easter Term, 1855.
lard Lond.--Hack wood o. Lyall Lond. Wilde o. Waters
Moved after the fourth Day of
Easter Term, 1855.
Wood v. Aird.
Biggs v. Hansell
To be called on the first Day of Term after the Motions, Jones
and to be proceeded with the next Day, if necessary, before Queen's Bench.
Hunter 0. Westminster Im
Kennett v. Westminster Im. provement Commissioners DEMURRER PAPER.
provement Commissioners Lifford v. Same.
Same v. Same
FOR JUDGMENT. Jackson v. Beaumont (To stand
over till motion for prohibi
Yellowly o. Gower
tion disposed of)
Serrell v. Farewell (D.) Stratton v. Pettit Melling v. Leak
Metcalf o. Hetherington Electric Telegraph Co. v. Abbott v. Rogers Goldham v. Edwards. Addison v. Tate
Overseers of the Poor of FOR ARGUMENT.
Murray v. Beaver
Marcom o. Bloxam (To stand Newman v. Collard (App.)
over till issue in fact tried) Forbes o. Smith (D.) SITTINGS-TRINITY TERM, 1855.
Graham 0. Ewart (Sp. C., Pritchard v. Scott (D.)
Reed v. Kent (D.)
Simpson o. Brooke (App.) Græme v. Wroughton (D.) Wednesday... 23 Errors, Peremptory Paper, & Motions. Dollman o. London & North- Bruce v. Nicolopulo Thursday 24
western Railway Co. (D.) Harrison o. Wylie (Sp. C.) Friday ... 25
Russell v. Croysdill
Dendy v. Henderson (D.) Saturday
GAZETTES.-FRIDAY, May 11.
PATRICK FENN, Brecknock-place, Camden-town, dealer Saturday.... 2 Crown Cases.
and chapman, May 19 and June 22 at half-past 1, London: Monday. 4 Special Paper.
Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Lamley & Lumley, 41, LudgateTuesday
street.--Pet. f. May 9.
GEORGE BELL, North Brixton, dealer and chapman, May London, last ex.-George Tennant, Market-street, Westmin
19 at 1, and June 22 at 11, London: Off. Ass. Cannan; ster, licensed victualler, May 28 at half-past 1, London, last Sol. Preston, 39, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane.ex.-James Bamforth, Bredbury, Cheshire, miller, May 23 Pet. f. May 9.
at 12, Manchester, last ex.-Patrick Shanley, Manchester, JOHN LOFTS, Strand, dealer and chapman, May 22 and shoe dealer, May 22 at 12, Manchester, last ex.-John Sey
June 19 at 2, London: Off. Ass. Grabam; Sol. Marsden, mour Hart, Liverpool, tailor, May 24 at 11, Liverpool, last 4, Sise-lane.--Pet. f. May 11.,
-George Hoffmann, Park-terrace, Park-road, Clapham, THOMAS GRIST, Salisbury, clothier, May 18 at half-past brewer, May 23 at 1, London, aud. ac.- Alfred Tunstall,
1, and June 19 at 12, London: Off. Ass. Grabam; Sols. Park-villas, Northumberland-park, Tottenham, electro-plater, Lambert & Norton, Salisbury; Sole & Co., 68, Alderman. May 23 at 12, London, aud. ac.-James Norris, Upper bury.- Pet. f. May 4.
Thames-street, wholesale stationer, May 31 at 12, London, WILLIAM COCKÉLL, Battersea, licensed victualler, May and. ac.—Henry Baker, Camomile-street, Allhallows, Lon
21 and June 30 at 1, London : Of. Ass. Pennell; Sols. don-wall, sugar boiler, May 29 at 12, London, aud.ac. Fatvoye & Co., 23, John-street, Bedford-row. - Pet. f. Edward Winstanley and Henry George Winstanley, Poultry, May 8.
chemists, May 21 at ll, London, and. ac., and Jude i JOHN ELSDON, Church-row, Limehouse, shipowner, May at half-past 12, div. sep. est. of H. G. Winstanley.- Charles
21 at 2, and June 19 at 1, London: Off. Ass. Edwards ; Hodge, Chelsea, smith, May 21 at 11, London, aud. ac.Sols. Lowless & Nelson, 2, Hatton.court, Threadneedle-st. Thomas Heywood, Wood-street, Cheapside, lace warehouse- Pet. f. May 9.
man, May 21 at 11, London, aud. ac. - George Wilson and CHARLES GREENE, Charrington-street, Oakley-square, William Raynham, Walmer-road, Notting.hill
, builders, St. Pancras, dealer and chapman, May 21 at half-past 1, May 21 at half-past 11, London, aud. ac.- -Edmund Oakley, and June 19 at London: Off. Ass. Lee; Sol. Dinn, 3, Poole, corn merchant, May 25 at l, London, aud. ac.-John Great Knight Rider-street, Doctors'.commons. - Pet. f. Richard West, Canal-road, Kingsland, saw-mill proprietor, May 10.
May 21 at half-past 11, London, aud. ac.- William Pickers. EDWIN STANLEY BROOKES, Loughborough, Leices- gill, Beech-street, Barbican, builder, May 21 at half-past 11,
tershire, dealer and chapman, May 22 and June 12 at 10, London, aud. ac.-John Hunter, Manchester, coffee merchant, Nottingham: Off. Ass. Harris ; Sol. Inglesant, Loughbo- May 23 at 12, Manchester, aud. ac.; June 4 at 12, div.rough. - Pet. d. May 7.
Edward Crane Hunt, Kidderminster, ironmonger, June 8 at ALEXANDER JOHN HEATH, Gloucester, dealer and 11, Birmingham, aud. ac.-William Burrows. Leicester,
chapman, May 25 and June 25 at 11. Bristol: Off. Ass. tailor, May 22 at 10, Nottingham, aud. ac.- Joseph Woud Miller; Sol. Smallridge, Gloucester.- Pet. f. May 8. and James Wood, Allerton, Bradford, spinners, May 24 at 11, JOHN BROOKS, Weston-super-Mare, Somersetshire, wine Leeds, aud. ac.--Ephraim Levy Green, Bevis Marks, whole
mercbant, May 23 and June 19 at 11, Bristol: Off. Ass. sale clothier, June 2 at half-past 11, London, div.-H. Benson Miller; Sol. Crafter, 168, Blackfriars-road, Southwark.- Cox. Southampton, purser, June 1 at 1, London, div.-John Pet. f. May 2.
Overbury, Frederick's-place, Old Jewry, woollen warehouseMORGAN EVANS, Aberdare, Glamorganshire, dealer and man, June 1 at 11, London, div.-Samuel Sheppard Ireland,
chapman, May 23 at 10, and June 19 at 11, Bristol: Off. Brighton, cabinet maker, June 1 at half-past 1, London, div. Ass. Miller; Sols. Bevan & Girling, Bristol. - Pet. f. - Thomas Pollard and Arthur John Symonds, Guildford, May 10.
builders, June 2 at 12, London, div.-Thomas Ballard, DAVİD DAVIES the younger, Neath, Glamorganshire, rail- Southwick-place, Paddington, apothecary, June 2 at half-past
way contractor, May 28 and June 25 at 11, Bristol : Off. 1, London, div.-John Pescód'Whitmore, Hackney, draper, Ass. Acraman; Sols. Grover, Cardiff; Bevan & Girling, June 1 at half-past 11, London, div.-Josiah Tillett, ColBristol.- Pet. f. May 7.
chester, plumber, June 2 at 2, London, div.—John Henry WILLIAM JACKSON, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, woollen cloth Gould and Frederick Herman Gould, Watling-street, London,
manufacturer, May 22 at half-past 1, and June 19 at 11, wholesale lace warehousemen, June 5 at 1, London, div.Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. Bruce & Butler, Leeds.- John Smith and Luke Ashly, Great Coram-street, BransPet. d. May 2.
wick-square, linendrapers, June 5 at 12, London, div.JOHN KITCHING, Clayton, Bradford, dealer and chap- Thomas O'Brien Gleadah, Leamington, music seller, June 5
man, May 24 and June 22 at 11, Leeds : Of. Ass. Young; at 12, London, div.- Edward Hodges Baily, Newman-street, Sols. Lees, Bradford; Bond & Barwick, Leeds. Pet. d. Oxford-street, and Crescent, Camden-road Villas, sculptor, May 4.
June 5 at 1, London, div.- George B. Hussey, Plymouth, WILLIAM POWELL, York, linendraper, May 22 at half- innkeeper, June 4 at 11, Plymouth, div.-Wm. H. Miners,
past 11, and June 19 at 11, Leeds: 'O' Ass. Hope ; Plymouth, grocer, June 4 at 11, Plymouth, div.-Duncan Sols. Mason, York; Cariss & Cudworth, Leeds.-Pet. d. M Gregor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dealer in marine stores, May 10,
June 5 at 12, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, div.-Edwin Sparrow, JOHŃ ARERADT HAGESTADT, Kingston-upon-Hall, Liverpool, metal broker, June 4 at 11, Liverpool, div.-Robt. licensed victualler, May 30 and June 27 at 12, Kingston Rimmer, Southport
and Seaforth, Lancashire, builder, June 4 upon. Hull: Off. Ass. Carrick; Sol. Walker, Hull.Pet. at 11, Liverpool, div.-John C. Stivens and Jacob Stower, d. May 9.
Liverpool, general merchants, June 4 at 11, Liverpool, dir
. JOHN GEORGE CLAUS, Liverpool, merchant, (trading sep. est. of Jacob Stower.-James Gaukroger, Titus Gauk. under the firm of George Claus & Co.), May 25 and June royer, and William Slater, Hebble End Mill, near Hebden 14 at 11, Liverpool : Oll. Ass. Bird ; Sols. Lowndes & Co., Bridge, Halifax, cotton spinners, Jane 5 at half.past 11, Leeds
, Liverpool.- Pet. f. April 30.
div. sep. ests. of William Slater and Titus Gaukroger.-J. JAMES DALTON, Newton-heatb, near Manchester, emery Webb, Scarborough, hotel keeper, June 1 at 11, Leeds, div.-grinder, May 21 and June 13 at 12, Manchester : Off
, Fraser ; Sols. J. & B. Whitworth, Manchester.—Pet. f. Ovenden, Halifax, manufacturers, June 1 at 11, Leeds, div.
joint ests., and sep. est. of Benjamin Ratcliffe.—John Moore, dealers and chapmen, May 22 and June 11 at 12, Man- Popplewell, Silkstone, Yorkshire, butcher, June 1 at 11
, chester : Off. Ass. Fraser ; Sols. Brown, Chester; Goulden, Leeds, div.-J. Richardson, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, draper, Manchester.-Pet. f. May 4.
June 2 at 10, Sheffield, div.-Samuel Plimsoll, Sheffield, CHARLES CONDRON, Macclesfield, dealer and chapman, coal merchant, June 2 at 10, Sheffield, dir.
May 22 and June 20 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Pott;
before the Day of Meeting. June 22 at 11, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Off. Ass. Baker ; James Churchyard, Lothian-terrace, Cold Harbour-lane, Sols. Brignall, Durham ; Hartley, 6, Southampton-street, Brixton, builder, June’l at 11, London. - Thomas Pollard and Bloomsbury.- Pet. f. April 25.
Arthur John Symonds, Guildford, builders, June 2 at 12, MEETINGS.
London.-Henry Fowler, Southampton, cornfactor, June 1 Joseph Windle Cole, Birchin-lane, merchant, May 22 at 1, 1 at balf-past 11, London. ---James Mathews and James Edward
Phillips, Wood-street, Cheapside, warehousemen, June 1 at 1, WILLIAM HARRIS PAUL, late of Lawrence-lane, Cheap. London.-Thomas Bain and John Cowan, Madras, East side, clothing manufacturer, (trading under the firm of Indies, merchants, June 2 at 11, London.-Robert Fowler, A. P. Dresser & Co.), and now of Cornhill, share dealer, Bayford, near Wincanton, Somersetshire, pork butcher, June 5 May 29 at 3, and June 29 at 11, London: Off. Ass. at 11, Bristol.-Joseph Harrop and James Harrop, West- Edwards ; Sol. Orchard, 3, Lyon's-inn, Strand.-Pet. f. bury, Wiltshire, woollen manufacturers, June 4 at 11, Bristol. May 14. -Duncan M Gregor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dealer in marine
MEETINGS. stores, June 5 at half-past 12, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.-Edwin Robert Robinson, Manchester, provision dealer, June 15 at Sparrow, Liverpool, metal broker, June 4 at 11, Liverpool. 12, Manchester, last ex.- Jonathan Clarkson, Strand, grocer,
To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. June 5 at 1, London, aud. ac.- James Churchyard, LothianJohn Sykes, Little Tower-hill, clothier.-Henry John Bet- terrace, Cold Harbour-lane, Brixton, builder, June 1 at 11, jemann, New Oxford-street, chair manufacturer. - T. Brooks, London, aud. ac. George Tidd, Codicote, Hertfordshire, Henrietta-street, Covent-garden, wine merchant.-William
corn dealer, May 28 at half-past 11, London, aud. ac.Bowler, Upper Ground-street, Lambeth, timber merchant.- Robert Barbor, Phoenix-wharf, Surrey Canal-bank, Dept. Thomas B. Manning, Deptford, ironfounder.-W. Batchelar, ford, grease manufacturer, May 29 at 2, London, aud. ac.Croydon, baker.-Archibald Nevison, Darlington, hosier. Duncan M Gregor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and Dilston Paper Charles Plaister, Eversholt-street, St. Pancras, draper.-J. Mill, Northumberland, paper manufacturer, May 25 at 1, Inglis, King's.cross, draper. Wm. H. Miners, Plymouth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.-J. Jones, Tanyralt, Llandgrocer.-Wm. Renshaw, Liverpool, brewer.-William Rennie, dulas, Denbighshire, quarryman, May 25 at ii, Liverpool, James Johnson, and Wm. Rankin, Liverpool, shipwrights. aud. ac.- Joseph Feeney, Liverpool, eating-house keeper, Joseph Wood and James Wood, Bradford, spinners. - Abram May 25 at 11, Liverpool, aud. ac.-Weetman Dickinson, Hanson, Huddersfield, yarn manufacturer.-Joseph North, Clayton West, Yorkshire, corn dealer, June 11 at 11, Leeds, Northowram, near Halifax, grocer.
aud. ac. and div.-Wm. Addy and Thos. Addy, Leeds, cloth manufacturers, June 11 at 11, Leeds, aud. ac.-Anne Bailes,
Sheffield, licensed victualler, May 26 at 10, Sheffield, aud. ac. TUESDAY, May 15.
- Francis Kay, Sheffield, cut-nail manufacturer, May 26 at BANKRUPTS.
10, Sheffield, aud. ac.-1m. Shackel, Canning-place, Old.
street, St. Luke's, bacon merchant, June 4 at half-past 1, WILLIAM SHELDRAKE FRANCIS SPARKS, New London, div.- Robert Pledye, Croydon, grocer, June 4 at 1,
Bond-street, dealer and chapman, May 25 and June 29 at London, div.-Samuel Isaacs, Portsea, hardwareman, June 4 12, London: Off. Ass. Cannan ; Sols. J. & J. H. Link. at half-past 1, London, div.-George Rudd Waistell, Noble. later, 17, Sise-lane, Bucklersbury.- Pet. f. May 14.
street, Wood-street, commisson agent, June 4 at 1, London, HENRY ADAMS, Uxbridge, mealman, May 23 and June 29 div.--Henry John Steuart, Jermyn-street, tavern keeper,
at 1, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Woolls, Ux. June 6 at 1, London, div.-Edmund Oakley, Poole, commisbridge ; Paterson, 7, Bouverie-street, Fleet-street.- Pet. f. sion merchant, June 9 at half-past 11, London, div.- George May 11.
Jarrett, Wickham Welford, Berkshire, builder, June 8 at halfWILLIAM JARMAN, Gloucester-terrace, Hyde-park, dealer past 11. London, div.-W. Palmer, Aldgate, draper, June 8
and chapman, May 29 at half-past 2, and June 26 at 2, at 11, London, div.-Wm. Hill, Manchester, canvas dealer, London: Off. Ass. Lee; Sol. Willis, 90, Queen-street, June 6 at 12, Manchester, div.-Mosley Nathan, Liverpool, Cheapside.- Pet. f. May 11.
watch manufacturer, June 5 at 11, Liverpool, div.-J. Walsh, ROBERT NEAL, Wandsworth-common, Surrey, dealer and Liverpool, corn merchant, June 5 at 11, Liverpool, div. chapman, May 29 at 2, and June 26 at 1, London: Off.
CERTIFICATES. Ass. Edwards; Sols. Smith & Son, 6, Barnard's-inn, Hol- To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or born.- Pet. f. May 11.
before the Day of Meeting. THOMAS JOHN LATIMER, Brighton, dealer and chap- Wm. Randall Barrett, Folkestone, ironmonger, June 6 at
man, May 22 at half-past 12, and June 26 at 12, London : half past 12, London.-Joseph Clever and Caleb Stanger, Off. Ass. Stansfeld; Sols. J. & J. H. Linklater, 17, Sise-lane. Kent-wharf, Queen's-road-bridge, Haggerstone, builders, June - Pet. f. May 14.
6 at 2, London.-Edward Hale, Ware, Hertfordshire, fell. GEORGE ANDERSON, Upper-street, Islington, stationer, monger, June 6 at 2, London.-Francis Smith, Welbeck-st., May 24 at 2, and June 21 at 1, London: Off
. Ass. John Cavendish-square, and Blackfriars-road, builder, June 6 at son ; Sol. Camp, 12, Paternoster-row.-Pet. f. May 10. 12, London.--Henry Thomas Ryde, Walbrook, dealer in THOMAS BOOKER, Reading, dealer and chapman, May 25 mining shares, June 5 at 1, London.-- George Haworth, John
and June 26 at 11, London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sols. Ford & Walsh, and Thomas Ainsworth, Over Darwen, Lancashire, Lloyd, Bloomsbury-square.-Pet. f. May 10.
power-loom cloth manufacturers, June 14 at 12, Manchester. JOHN VATAS SIMPSON, St. Swithin's-lane, London, and Charles Warwick, Manchester, commission agent, June 7
Herne Bay, Kent, billbroker, May 25 at balf-past 11, and at 11, Manchester. - John Morgan, Preston and Catshaw, June 26 at 12, London : Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sols. Bennett Lancashire, cotton spinner, June 5 at 12, Manchester.-Ralph & Stark, Furnival's-inn, Holborn.-Pet. f. May 8. Pickstone, Hurst, Ashton-under-Lyne, cotton spinner, June 5 EDWARD PATTERSON, Birmingham, draper, June 1 and at 12, Manchester.- Geo. Williamson, Rochdale, cotton cloth
23 at 11, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Mot manufacturer, June 5 at 12, Manchester. Thomas Hastings teram & Knight, Birmingham.- Pet. d. May 2.
Irwin, Southport, Lancashire, sharebroker, June 7 at 11, JAMES SIMS, Blakeney, Gloucestershire, tailor, May 29 Liverpool.- James Hargreaves Nuttall, Liverpool, merchant,
and June 26 at 1, Bristol : Of. Ass. Acraman; Sols. June 7 at 11, Liverpool. - Richard Allcock, Nottingham, Crosby, Bristol ; Jay, Serjeant's-inn.-Pet. f. May 10. wine merchant, June 12 at 10, Nottingham.—John Maples, SAMUEL MEYER, ELIJAH BOULTON, and SPENCER Nottingham, upholsterer, June 12 at 10, Nottingham.-8.
BOULTON, Bristol, dealers and chapmen, May 29 and Harris Armitage, Almondbury, Yorkshire, surgeon, June 11
To be granted, unless an appeal be duly entered. HENRY WATSON, Sheffield, common brewer, May 26 and George Hall, Brighton, upholsterer.-Thomas Whitford
June 23 at 10, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Brewin ; Sol. Smith the Nichols, York-road, Battersea, candle manufacturer. S. younger, Sheffield.- Pet. d. May 9.
Barnett, Wellington-road, Liverpool-road, builder.-James JULIUS WEICHBRODT, Liverpool, merchant, May 25 Scott, Trinity-square, Tower-hill, ship chandler.-Richard F.
and June 21 at 11, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Turner; Sols. Kennedy, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, chemist.-G. Hardin,
Littledale & Bardswell, Liverpool.-Pet. f. May 12. High-street, Stoke Newington, linendraper.-T. Lawrance, FRANCIS NORBURY, Manchester, dealer and chapman, Reading, draper.-Simon Oates, Cambridge, builder.--Adam
May 25 and June 15 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Herna- Hunter, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, draper. --Wm. Christopher man; Sol. Barlow, Manchester.- Pet. f. May 10.
Hardy, Uxbridge-moor, Hillingdon, plumber.-Jas. Rumsey, JOAH CARVER and WILLIAM CARVER, Halifax, Coventry, licensed victualler. dealers and chapmen, May 31 and June 22 at 11, Leeds :
PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. Off. Ass. Young ; Sols. Robson, Halifax ; Cariss & Cud. Edward M. Elderton and John Albemarle Buckland, Lothworth, Leeds.Pet. d. May 9,
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