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Lancashire, cloth manufacturers, June 8 at 12, Manchester.— last ex. of Michael Wood.-Ephraim Levy Green, Bevis James Hood, Selby, Yorkshire, currier, June 8 at 11, Leeds. Marks, wholesale clothier, June 1 at 1, London, aud. ac.-William Clarebrough, Sheffield, mason, June 9 at 10, James Norton Weeks, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, hotel Sheffield.--Henry Ludlam and Joseph Reaney, Sheffield, keeper, May 30 at 12, London, aud. ac.-Wm. Gillard the ironmongers, June 9 at 10, Sheffield.-William Rumsey, elder, Catherine-street, Strand, and Thornhill-square, IslingCoventry, tailor, June 14 at half-past 10, Birmingham.- ton, dealer in oils, June 4 at 12, London, aud. ac.—Samuel Thomas Richardson, Birmingham, pen-holder manufacturer, Manning, Cornwall-road, Hammersmith, builder, June 4 at June 14 at half-past 10, Birmingham.-John Brookes, Bir- 12, London, aud. ac.-William Watts, East Cowes, Isle of mingham, brace manufacturer, June 14 at half-past 10, Bir- | Wight, chemist, June 4 at 12, London, and, ac.-John Tremingham.- Joseph Kell, Brierley-hill, Staffordshire, grocer, genza, Oxford-street, shoe manufacturer, June 19 at 12, June 11 at half-past 10, Birmingham.-Charles Grove, Bir- London, aud. ac.- James Holland and Edward Warden, mingham, licensed victualler, June 11 at half-past 10, Bir- Preston, tallow chandlers, June 4 at 12, Manchester, aud. ac. mingbam.

and div.- Betty Baron, Henry Wm. Knowles, and James To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. Heyworth, Bacup, Lancashire, manufacturers, June 4 at 12, John Hogarth, Rotherhithe-street, Rotherhithe, iron mer

Manchester, aud. ac.-Wm. Critchley, Manchester, publican, chant.— James Whiting Fisher and James Basey, Norwich, June 8 at 12, Manchester, and. ac.-Henry Perks, Liverpool, cabinetmakers.-Geo. Ward Gilbert, Hammersmith, licensed porter merchant, June 1 at 11, Liverpool, aud. ac.-John victualler.---Samuel Sheppard Ireland, Brighton, cabinet- Richardson, Chesterfield, draper, June 2 at 10, Sheffield, and. maker.-Christian Druke, Garlick-hill, London, drysalter.

- Samuel Plimsoll, Sheffield, coal merchant, June 2 at 10, Robert Norman, Wiston, Cambridgeshire, grocer.-William Sheffield, aud. ac.--William Wolfe Bonney and Thomas F. Edmund Champion, Addington-terrace, 'East India Dock- Beales, William-st., Knightsbridge, wine merchants, June 12 road, Limehouse, brick merchant.-John Whittaker, Oldham, at 1, London, div. joint and sep. ests.-William Reade and publican.- Alexander Jackson, Manchester, clock manufac- Geo. Reade, Hibernia-chambers, London-bridge, Southwark, turer.- Simeon Stansfield, Little Hulton, Lancashire, cotton provision merchants, June 12 at 12, London, div. sep. est. spinner.-Samuel Garratt and Henry Buckley, Sand Mill, of William Reade.-Edmund Heninghem, Caversham, Oxfordnear Mottram, Longdendale, Cheshire, innkeepers.-John Bod- shire, and High Wycomb, Buckinghamshire, fellmonger and dington, Manchester, hop merchant.-- John Jones, Ancoats, dealer in wool, June 13 at 2, London, div.-James Speller, Manchester, innkeeper.-John Roper, Keighley, Yorkshire, High-street, Wapping, sail maker and ship chandler, June 13 at worsted spinner.

2, London, div.-James Green, Northampton, builder, June PETITION ANNULLED.

13 at 2, London, div. - James Waddell, Lime-street and Spencer Perceval Plumer, New City Chambers, merchant. Leadenhall-street, insurance broker, June 12 at 1, London, PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED.

div.-Ralph Pickstone and Ambrose Mayall, Hurst, AshtonEdward Clarke and Samuel Jackson, Bedford-row, Hol. under-Lyne, cotton spinners, June 12 at 12, Manchester, div. born, attornies and solicitors.

- John Fletcher, Unsworth Mill, near Bury, and Manchester, cotton manufacturer, June 12 at 12, Manchester, div.-James

Johnson, Macclesfield, silk dyer, June 13 at 12, Manchester, TUESDAY, May 22.

div.-George Williamson, Rochdale, cotton cloth manufacBANKRUPTS.

turer, June 13 at 12, Manchester, div.-James Schofield and ALFRED DIXON TOOVEY and JOSEPH Wyatt, Robert Schofield, Rochdale, cotton spinners, June 15 at 12,

Aldermanbury, dealers and chapmen, May 31 at 11, aná Manchester, div. - James Hampson, Manchester, ironfounder,
July 7 at 1, London: Of. Ass. Pennell; Sols. J. & J. H. June 14 at 12, Manchester, div.
Linklater, 17, Sise-lane.-Pet. f. May 19.

CERTIFICATES. HENRY THOMAS, Walsall, Staffordshire, saddler, June 2 To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or and 29 at 11, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols.

before the Day of Meeting. Wilkinson, jun., Walsall; James, Birmingham.-Pet. d. David L. Williams, Cannon-street, civil engineer, June 13 May 21.

at balf-past 1, London.--Samuel Perkes, Earl-street, BlackALPŘED CHEADLE and FREDERICK CHEADLE, friars, engineer, June 13 at half-past 12, London. - John

Stone, Staffordshire, drapers, June 2 and 29 at 11, Bir. Burrowes and Alexander M. Reid, Leadenhall-street, ship mingham: Off. Ass. Christie ; Sols. Weaver & Hinds, brokers, June 13 at half-past 2, London.-William Wilkins, Stafford; Motteram & Knight, Birmingham. - Pet. d. Aylesbury-street, Clerkenwell, licensed_victualler, June 15 at May 21.

half-past 1, London. - Thomas A. F. Burton, Montague. HENRY THOMPSON, Ilkestone, Derby, dealer and chap- close, Southwark, wharfinger, June 12 at 1, London.-James

man, June 5 and July 10 at 10, Nottingham : Off. Ass. Turner, Hedge-row, High-street, Islington, draper, June 12 Wilkinson ; Sols. Smith, Nottingham ; Rushworth, Bir- at 1, London.-Peter Taylor, Manchester, millwright, June mingham.-Pet. d. May 21.

13 at 12, Manchester. SAMÚEL CLAY, Wakefield, dealer and chapman, June 18 To be granted, unless an appeal be duly entered. at 12, and July 16 at 11, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols.

George C. Stewart, Hackney-road, draper.-Charles Fox, Westmorland & Taylor, Wakefield ; Bond & Barwick, Stafford-place, Pimlico, licensed victualler.—Matthew Richard Leeds.- Pet. d. May 18.

Scott, Harley-place, St. Marylebone, West India merchant. THOMAS SEPHTON, Prescott, Lancashire, licensed vic- Edward A. Weeks and Alfred W. G. Weeks, Park-cottage,

tualler, June 1 and 28 at 11, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Turner ; King's-road, Chelsea, horticultural builders.--Thomas Henry Sols. Evans & Son, Liverpool ; Marsh, St. Helens.-Pet. Rees, Aldine-chambers, Paternoster-row, printer. ---Thomas f. May 19.

W. Horder, Minories, and Barrington-road, LoughboroughDAVID HUGHES, Beld, Merionethshire, draper, June 4 road, Brixton, chemist.-A. Tunstall, Park-villas, Northum

and 27 at 11, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Morgan ; Sols. Sale & berland-park, Tottenham, electro plater.-G. Roots, Chatham, Co., Manchester ; Evans & Son, Liverpool. - Pet. f. brickmaker.-Thomas Beswick, Half Moon-street, Piccadilly, May 14.

licensed victualler.-Edward Hodges Baily. Newman-street, RICHARD HART, West Hartlepool, dealer and chapman, Oxford-street, and Crescent, Camden-road-villas, sculptor.

June 1 at 11, and July 13 at 12, Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Alfred Spence, Chilworth, near Guildford, paper manufacOff. Ass. Baker ; Sols. Hodge & Hale, Newcastle-upon- turer. - Henry Broome, Portsmouth, licensed victualler. Tyne.--Pet. f. May 10.

George Hutchison, Palace-row, New-road, timber merchant. MEETINGS.

-Francis Edward Bingley, Grove-terrace, St. John's-wood, Thomas Salmon, Kettering, Northamptonshire, ironmonger, and Somerset-terrace, Pimlico, auctioneer.-Robert Norman, June 4 at 11, London, last ex.- .-Peter Poland and Evan Bar. Hirton, Cambridgeshire, grocer.-Thomas Nightingale, Broad. nett Meredith, Bread-street, Cheapside, furriers, June 14 at chalke, Wiltshire, innkeeper. George Rochester, Bishophalf-past I, London, last ex.- -Wm. Johnson, Deeping, Lin-wearmouth, Durham, linendraper.-George Bailey, Walsall, colnshire, grocer, June 19 at 11, London, last ex. -John Staffordshire, innkeeper.-Stephen Knapp, Coventry, printer. Willmore, Leicester, woollendraper, June 12 at 10, Not. -Richard Russell, Leamington Priors, printer. tingham, last ex.-Michael Wood and John Wilding, Open

PETITION ANNULLED. shaw, Lancashire, boiler makers, June 7 at 12, Manchester, Henry Holland, Liverpool, merchant.

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Messrs. Blake, Tylee, and Tylee, 14, Essex-street, Strand; at the Bear of 1507., and 31. in lieu of land tax.

Inn, Devizes; Ailesbury Arms, Marlborough; White Hart, Bath; May be viewed by permission of the tenant, and particulars had, ten Angel, Oxford; Bull, Cambridge; at Garraway's ; and at the offices of days prior to the sale, of Frederick Farrar, Esq., solicitor, 19, Godliman. Messrs. Farebrother, Clark, and Lye, Lancaster-place, Strand. street, Doctors' Commons; at Garraway's; and of Messrs. Farebrother, Albury, Herts, five miles from the Railway at Bishop Stortfords-FreeClark, and Lye, Lancaster-place, Strand.

hold and small part Copyhold Farm, called "Piggotts," the Fox Very valuable Freehold Estates, Strand and Temple-bar, producing Public-house, and sundry Inclosures of detached Lands; the whole about 6801. per annum, part of the estates of the late William Payne, containing 196 acres.

Esq. MESSRS, FAREBROTHER, CLARK, and LYE are instructed by the Trustees to SELL BY AUCTION, at Gar

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ting on Albury Park. A plot of Arable Land, situate in Ham's Particulars are now ready, and may be had of Edward Jennings, Esq., Common; and a very valuable inclosure of Land, abutting on the solicitor, 9, Chancery.lane; at Garraway's; and at the offices of Messrs. road from Little Hadham to Standon, and adjoining the lands of the Farebrother, Clark, and Lye, Lancaster place, Strand.

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Peter Sullens, a most respectable tenant, on lease, which will expire on and the capital Market Towns of Epping, Bishop Stortford, and the 29th September, 1857, at the very low rent of 1851. per annum. Ongar, very desirable and compact Freehold Estate, called Spencer's

May be viewed, and particulars, with plans, had of the tenant; at the Parm, with upwards of 126 acres of productive Land.

Fox, on the estate; George, Bishop Stortford; Saracen's Head, Ware;

by , Garraway's solicitor, 60, Lincoln's-inn-fields; at Garraway's; and at the offices of Wednesday, June 13, at 12, a very desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, Messrs. Farebrother, Clark, and Lye, 6, Lancaster-place, Strand. called Spencer's Farm, land-tax redeemed, partly adjoining the high road from Epping to Harlow, six miles from the former, five from the Islington, close to the Parish Church, in the High-street, and extending latter, and six and eight miles respectively from the capital market

behind the Upper-terrace.-Highly valuable and important Building towns of Ongar and Bishop Stortford; comprising a capital farm-house,

Land, comprising about Three Acres, and Blacksmith's Shop, &c. garden, warna yards, 2011 suitable and well arranged agricultural build- MESSRS. FAREBROTHER, CLARK, and LYE have

received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at Garraway's, on within a ring fence. The lands are in a high state of cultivation, the Wednesday, June 13, at 12, in lots, a highly valuable and important pastures are bounded by a stream, and lie well for irrigation. There are PROPERTY, comprising about three acres of building land, and the several ponds. on the property, and it has been in the occupation for up- only uncovered land so close to the metropolis, situate abutting on the wards of twenty years of the late Mr. John Larter, a highly-respectable High-street, Islington, to which there is a frontage of 300 feet, extending and intelligent farmer, and now of his executors.

in the rear behind Upper-terrace, and close to the parish church. The May be viewed, and particulars, with plans, had at the farm; at the property is copyhold of the manor of Canonbury, subject to a trifling George and Green Man Inns, Harlow; Cock, Epping; Crown, Ongar; quit-rent, and a fine on death or alienation of 68. 8d. per house, or White Lion, Sawbridgeworth; the George, Bishop Stortford; of Mr. 6s. 8d. per acre for land; so is equal in value to freehold, and the cost R. P. Browne, land agent, Great Hallingbury; and in London, of of enfranchisement would be nearly nominal. There is a lease upon Messrs. Denton, Kinderley, Domville, and Lawrence, 6, New-square, the property, which has six years and three quarters to run; conseLincoln's-inn; at Garraway's; and at the offices of Messrs. Farebrother, quently the reversion after the expiration of that lease is intended only Clark, and Lye, Lancaster-place, Strand.

to be sold. Hammersmith.- Very valuable Copyhold Estates, producing about 1607.

The plans published with the particulars will shew the great capa

bilities of the property for building purposes, and both may be had, per annum, part of the Estates of the late William Payne, Esq.

21 days prior to the sale, at the Angel, Islington; of Messrs. Whiteside MESSRS, PAREBROTHER, CLARK, and LYE are and Smith, solicitors, Lincoln's-inn-fields; of Mr. George Smith architect,

directed by the Executors to SELL by AUCTION, at Garra- Mercers'-hall; at Garraway's; and at the offices of Messrs. Farebrother, way's, on Tuesday, June 12, at 12, in lots, a very valuable COPY. Clark, and Lye, Lancaster-place, Strand. No. 21, Vol. I., New SERIES.

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MESSRS. PARE BROTHER CLARK, and LYE have

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ass.-John Bailey Sergeant, Portsmouth, wine merchant, June 15 at 12, London, last ex.-- James Aldred, Manchester,

innkeeper, June 14 at 12, Manchester, last ex.-T. Fowkes, BANKRUPTS.

Redditch, Worcestershire, innkeeper, June 15 at 11, BirmingMATTHEW JAMES POPPLEWELL, Clement's-lane, ham, last ex.- Isaac H. W. Hunt, Reigate, Surrey, builder,

and ROBERT GOFF, New London-street, merchants, June 12 at 12, London, and. ac.- - Chas. Viner, Henry Viner, (lately carrying on business under the firm of Popplewell & George Viner, and Joseph John Viner, Brighton, plumbers, Co.), June 5 at 11, and July 6 at 12, London: Off. Ass. June 12 at half-past 11, London, and.ac.-W. Mead, Milk-st., Stansfeld; Sol. Pollock, 31, New Broad-street, City.- Cheapside, commission agent, June 5 at balf.past 12, London, Pet. f. April 18.

aud. ac.- - Samuel Morritz Krohn, Bread-street, Cheapside, JAMES MARTYR, Union-street, Southwark, ironmonger, mercbant, June 14 at 12, London, aud. ac.-Cornelius A. (trading under the style or firm of Martyr & Co.), June 6 Markham, Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire, currier, June 6

and July 6 at 1, London : Off. Ass. Graham ; Sols. Hill & at 12, London, and.ac.-Wm. Randall Barrett, Folkestone, Matthews, 1, Bury-court, St. Mary-axe.-. Pet. f. May 24.

Kent, ironmonger, June 6 at half-past 12, London, aud. ac.THOMAS AMOŘ, Connaught-terrace, Edgeware-road, Wm. Batchelar, Croydon, Surrey, baker, June 6 at 1, Lon

dealer and cbapman, May 30 at half-past 2, and July 6 at don, aud. ac.---Samuel King, Buckland, and Charles King, half-past 11, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld; Sol. Chidley, Draycott Moore, Berkshire, wheelwrights, June 6 at half.past Gresham-street.-Pet. f. May 21.

12, London, aud. ac.-Thomas Youngman, Pitfield-street, CHARLES HUDSON, High-street, Southwark, dealer and Hoxton, linendraper, June 6 at 12, London, aud. ac. Wm. chapman, June 1 at half-past 11, and June 28 at 2, Lon- Crole the younger, Rood-lane, East India merchant, June 6 don: Off. Ass. Bell; Sol. Hilleary, 5, Fenchurch-buildings. at 12, London, aud. ac.-Evan Edwards, Aberavon, near

- Pet. f. May 15. HERMAN HIRSCHBERG, Cheapside, merchant, June 7 | ac.-John Driscoll, Cardiff, Glamorganshire, potato mer

Taibach, Glamorganshire, grocer, June 14 at 11, Bristol, aad. at 1, and June 29 at 11, London: Off

. Ass. Bell ; Sols. J. Chant, June 14 at 11, Bristol, aud. ac. Daniel Hearn, Chel& J. H. Linklater, 17, Sise-lane.- Pet. d. April 11.

tenham, linendraper, June 7 at 11, Bristol, aud. ac.-- James JOHN BLAKEWAY, Birmingham, and Hall-green, Yard. Johnson, Macclesfield, silk dyer, June 5 at 12, Manchester,

ley, Worcestershire, dealer and chapman, June 9 and 29. at and. ac.--Ralph Pickstone and Ambrose Mayall, Ashton. ii, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Christie; Sol. Bartleet, Bir- under. Lyne, cotton spinners, June 5 at 12, Manchester, and. mingham.- Pet. d. May,]6.

ac.- George Williamson, Rochdale, cotton-cloth manufacJAMES POWER, Wolverhampton, dealer and chapman, turer, June 5 at 12, Manchester, aud. ac. - James Hampson,

June 6 and July 9 at half-past 10, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Manchester, ironfounder, June 7 at 12, Manchester, aud. ac. Bittleston ; Sols. Gough, Wolverbampton ; E. & H. - Francis Behrens, Birmingham, general merchant, June 4 Wright, Birmingham.- Pet, d. May 24.

at half-past 10, Birmingham, aud. ac.—Jonathan Wright, WILLIAM COÑELY the elder, Tipton, Staffordshire, Wm. Wright, and Lupton Wright, Oxenhope, near Keighley,

dealer and chapman, June 6 and July 9 at 12, Birmingham: Yorkshire, worsted spinners, Jane 7 at 11, Leeds, aud. ac.Off. Ass. Bittleston ; Sols. Wilkes, Gloucester ; Hodgson, T. Brown, Bradford, grocer, June 26 at 1, Leeds, aud. ac. Birmingham.- Pet. d. May 23.

and div.-J. Taylor, Ovenden, near Halifax, worsted spinner, CHARLES MASSINGHAM, Birmingham, dealer and chap: June 26 at 11, Leeds, aud. ac. and div.-G. Smith, Union-st.,

man, June 6 and July 9 at balf-past 10, Birmingham: Off. Southwark, hat manufacturer, June 15 at 2, London, div.

Ass. Bittleston ; Sol. Sutton, Birmingham.-Pet. d. May 17. J. Pettepher, Rochester-road, Camden-town, builder, June 15 JAMES DENNISS, Torquay, dealer and chapman, June 8

at 11, London, div.-George Tidd, Codicote, Hertfordshire, and 28 at 1, Exeter : Off. Ass. Hirtzel; Sol. Stogdon, corn dealer, June 19 at 12, London, div.-Wm. Holloway, Exeter.-Pet. f. May 21.

Millbank-street, Westminster, saddler, June 19 at 1, London, SAMUEL THOMAS SLOGGETT, Devonport, linendraper, div.-Edward Buchler, Cullum-street, merchant, June 19 at

June 4 and July 9 at 11, Plymouth: Off. Ass. Hirtzel ; Sol. half-past 1, London, div.-Richard Lancaster Swallow, Nine Stogdon, Exeter.- Pet. f. May 18.

Elms, Battersea, Surrey, licensed victualler, June 15 at halfDAVÌD HUGHES, Bala, (and not Beld, as before ad- past 12, London, div.--Henry Shuttleworth, Saffron Walden,

vertised), Merionethshire, draper, June 4 and 27 at 11, Essex, ironmonger, June 19 at 12, London, div.-George Liverpool: Off. Ass. Morgan ; Sols. Sale & Co., Manches- Hutchison, Palace-row, New.road, timber merchant, June 18 ter ; Evans & Son, Liverpool.-Pet. f. May 14.

at 12, London, div.-Geo. Hartshorne and Geo. Hartshorne THOMAS HEWITT, Ormskirk, Lancashire, grocer, June 7 the younger, Great Dover-street, Southwark, ironmongers,

and 28 at 11, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Bird; Sol. Forshaw, June 19 at 1, London, div.- Jonathan Hanford Godber, FreLiverpool.- Pet. f. May 14.

derick Godber, and Julius Wallace Howes, Eastwood, NotJOHN WILLIAMS, St. Asaph, Flintshire, and Llandudno, tinghamshire, drapers, June 5 at half-past 10, Nottingham,

Carnarvonshire, dealer and chapman, June 7 and 28 at 11, and. ac.; July 10 at half-past 10, div.-John Maples, NotLiverpool : Off. Ass. Turner ; Sols. Evans & Son, Liver- tingham, upholsterer, June 5 at 10, Nottingham, aud. ac.; pool ; Wyatt & Sisson, St. Asaph.-Pet. f. May 23. July 10'at 10, div.--John Hopkinson, Nottingham, grocer, WILLIAM STAGG, Manchester, dealer and chapman, June 5 at 10, Nottingham, aud. ac; July 10 at 10, div.

(trading under the style or firm of the executors of Charles Edward Baker, Newport, Monmouthshire, carrier, June 14 Thomas Jerram), June 8 and 29 at 12, Manchester : Off. at 11, Bristol, div.-Henry Wilson, Old Swindon, Wiltshire, Ass. Hernaman; Sol. Slater, Manchester.

Pet. f. May 22. grocer, June 21 at 11, Bristol, fin. div.-- James Holland and ANTHONY ATCHESON, Cheetham, near Manchester, Edward Warden, Preston, tallow chandlers, June 19 (and not

wine merchant, (lately carrying on business with Thomas June 4, as advertised in last Tuesday's Gazette) at 13, ManCottrell, under the firm of Atcheson & Cottrell), June 6 and chester, div.-Jas. Worrall, Bolton and Manchester, manu27 at 12, Manchester: Off. Ass. Fraser ; Sol. Slater, Man- facturer, June 6 at 12, Manchester, div.--Bartholomew Steel, chester.- Pet. f. May 19.

Sheffield, glass dealer, June 16 at 10, Sheffield, div.-Wm. WILLIAM JONES, Manchester, glass merchant, June 5 Birks, Sheffield,

brush manufacturer, June 16 at 10, Sheffield, and 26 at 12, Manchester: Off. Ass. Pott; Sol. Eltoft, div.-Henry Swire, Skipton, and John Lockwood, Shipley, Manchester.- Pet. f. May 14.

Yorkshire, worsted manufacturers, June 26 at 12, Leeds, dir. JOHN and GEORGE BARTON, Manchester, dealers and

CERTIFICATES. chapmen, (trading under the style or firm of John Barton & To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary or of Co.), June 11 and 25 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Fraser ;

before the Day of Meeting. Sols. Atkinson & Co., Manchester.

Pet. f. May 23.

Samuel Randall, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, shoe JOHN WILSON and BENJAMIN WILSON, Manches- manufacturer, June 16 at half.past 12, London. -Henry Shaw ter, tailors, (carrying on business under the firm of John Goodman, Starcb-green, Hammersmith, varnish

maker, June Wilson & Son), June 7 and 28 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. 16 at half past 1, London.

Isaac William Walton, Hay. Hernaman ; Sol. Andrew, Manchester.-Pet. f. May 21.

market, hotel keeper, June 15 at 11, London.--Antoni Forrer, MEETINGS.

Regent-street, jeweller, June 15 at 12, London. John Thynne Charles Warwick, Highbury-place, Islington, warehouse Carr, Regent-terrace, City-road, timber merchant, June 18 at man, June 8 at 12, London, ch. ass.- Prescott Corless, 1, London.-William Attack, Canning-town, Plaistow-marshes, Wigan, Lancashire, tea-dealer, June 7 at 12, Liverpool, ch. Essex, engineer, June 18 at 1, London. George Harris,

CONTENTS. London Gazettes......

212

Vice-CHANCELLOR Wood's Court. Leading Article

213

By MATTHEW B. Begbie, Barrister at Law. Notes of the Week......

214

Howell 0. Price.-(Annuity deed-Illicit consideraFirst Report of the County Courts Commission... 215

tion)

494 NAMES OF THE CASES REPORTED.

COURT OF QUEEN's Bench.
COURT OF APPEAL IN CHANCERY.

By G.J.P. SMITH and W. B. BRETT, Barristers at Law.
By F. FISHER, Barrister at Law.
Hawkins o. Gathercole. - (Ecclesiastical benefice -

Riccard o. The Inclosure Commissioners for England Judgment-Charge under stat. 1 & 2 Vict. c. 110,

and Wales.-(Inspection of documents--14 & 15 3. 13- Construction of stat. 1 & 2 Vict. c. 110,

Vict. c. 99, s. 6- Issue under Inclosure Act, 8 & 9 s. 13)........

481

Vict. c. 118-Title deeds-Relevancy to the issue) 495

Delany v. Alcock.–(Agreement unstamped-Nullity). 498 ROLLS COURT.

Lake 0. Butler.-(County court-Concurrent juris. By G. Y. ROBSON, Barrister at Law.

diction-Plaintif dwelling twenty miles from deTurner o. Letts.-(Practice-Solicitor's lien)

486

fendant-Mode of measurement -9 & 10 Vict. In re The Tiverton Market Act, ex parte Tanner.

c. 95, s. 128)......

499 (Will - Construction-Devise to children and the heirs of their respective bodies).

487

COURT OF COMMON Pleas.
VICE-CHANCELLOR KINDERSLEY'S COURT.

By W. PATERSON and W. Mills, Barristers at Law.
By C. MARETT, Barrister at Law.

Bamberger v. The Commercial Credit Mutual AssuQuested o. Michell.—(Limitation-Heirs-Assigns).. 488 rance Society.-(Policy of assurance, construction VICE-CHANCELLOR STUART's Court.

of-Condition precedent, implied averment ofBy T. F. MORSE, Barrister at Law.

Cancellation-Pleadiny)....

500 Baker 0. Bradley.-(Mortgagor and mortgagee-Pa. rental influence-Suppression of facts-Fraud

COURT OF EXCHEQUER. Misrepresentation - Tenant for life - Restraint

By W. M. Best, Barrister at Law. against anticipation-Family arrangement-Good Forbes o. Smith.-(Statute of Limitations—4 Ann. consideration) 489 c. 16, 8. 19-Defendant abroad)

503

THE JURIS T.

things aforesaid, or does not answer as to the same to the satisfaction of the judge; or if it shall appear to the

judge that in incurring the debt or liability the party LONDON, JUNE 2, 1855.

has obtained credit from the plaintiff under false pre

tences, or by means of fraud or breach of trust; or The conflict of jurisdiction which prevails between has wilfully contracted such debt or liability without the insolvent courts and the county courts is not only having had at the time a reasonable expectation of an anomaly in itself, but is also practically unjust in being able to pay or discharge the same; or has made its consequences. The result of the present state of any gift, delivery, or transfer of any property, or things in this respect is thisma man takes the benefit charged, removed, or concealed the same, with intent of the Insolvent Act, whereby, having given up all his to defraud his creditors; or that he had at the time of property, he is discharged from his debts. Notwith or since the obtaining of the judgment sufficient means standing such discharge, however, and that by reason and ability to pay the amount, altogether or by instalof his property having passed from him he has been ments, which the court may have ordered, and he rerendered incapable of paying any of such debts, a county fuses or neglects to pay the same as ordered; he may court judge may commit him for forty days, and so on be committed to the common gaol or house of correcfor successive periods of equal duration, for non-pay- tion for any period not exceeding forty days. ment of the very debts from which he has been dis- Now, contrast with these sections those provisoes of charged, provided a judgment had been obtained for the Insolvent Act, 1 & 2 Vict. c. 110, relating to the them in the county court, and this commitment may discharge of the insolvent. By sect. 75, after the exabe in respect of such conduct of the debtor as has mination of the prisoner, upon his swearing to the already been punished by the sentence of the insolvent truth of his schedule, and executing a warrant of attorcourt. The jurisdiction of the county court in this ney to enter up judgment, whereby his future effects respect is exercised under sects. 98 and 99 of the 9 & 10 may be taken in order to satisfy the debts in the scheVict. c. 95, whereby any party who has obtained any dule, he may be discharged, at such time as may be unsatisfied judgment or order in any court held by vir- directed by the Court, from the debts due at the time tue of this act for the payment of any debt, or damages, of the vesting order to the persons named in the scheor costs, may obtain a summons from any county court, dule, &c. By sect. 76 (the discretionary clause) the &c., requiring him to appear to answer such things as Court has power to adjudge him to be discharged at a are named in the summons, and he may be examined period not exceeding six months from the making of touching his estate and effects, and the manner and the vesting order. By sect. 77, if it appear to the Court circumstances under which he contracted the debt or that the prisoner has fraudulently destroyed or withincurred the liability, and as to the means and expec- held books, &c. relating to his affairs, or kept false tations he then had, and as to the property and means books, or with intent of diminishing the sum to be he still has, of discharging the same, and as to the dis- divided among his creditors, or of giving an undue preposal he may have made of any property. If he does ference, discharged or concealed any debt, or made not attend pursuant to the summons, and does not away with &c. any of his property, his discharge may allege a sufficient excuse for not attending; or if he be deferred for three years. By sect. 78, if it appear attends, and refuse to be sworn or disclose any of the that he has contracted any debt fraudulently, or by

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