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In his Private Lectures the Reader will pursue the Gray's Inn on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornHistory of England from the Death of Anne to the Acces- ings, from a quarter to twelve to a quarter to two sion of George IIĮ. He will then return to the Reign o'clock; the first Private Class to be held on Monday, of Henry VII. He will endeavour to illustrate the the 12th November. progress of our Municipal and Constitutional Law by referring to the Law and History of Roine and France.
JURISPRUDENCE AND THE Cívil Law, Books:-D'Aguesseau, Etudes sur les Fonctions de The Reader on Jurisprudence and the Civil Law pro. l'Avocat du Roi, vol. 16, p. 104, 8vo. edition, by poses to deliver, in the course of the ensuing EducaPardessus— Pothier's Pandects, Chapter de Regulís tional Term, Six Public Lectures on the following Juris-Millar's View of the English Constitution subjects:Hallam's chapters on the Reigns of Henry VIII, Eliza- I. The Roman Civil Law, its Original Character, the beth, James I, Charles I, and Charles II–Parlia- Agencies by which it was progressively modified, and the mentary History during those Reigns-Rapin's History Form which it ultimately assumed. of those Reigns-Blackstone, vol, Clarendon's His- II. The Philosophical Theories of the Roman Juristory and May's History--The State Trials of the consults, their effects on Modern Jurisprudence, and, in Period.
particular, on International Law. The Reader on Constitutional Law and Legal His- III. The Juristical Conceptions peculiar to Primitory will deliver his Public Lectures at Lincoln's Inn tive Societies, their Importance, and the Mistakes which Hall on Wednesday in each week, (the first Lecture have arisen from neglecting them, more particularly to be delivered on the 7th November), commencing at with reference to the Feudal System. two P. M. The Reader will receive his Private Classes With his Private Class the Reader will commence an on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings in each Elementary Course of Roman Law, employing as his week, at half-past nine o'clock, in the Benchers' Read-text-books the Commentaries of Gaius, the Institutes ing-room, at Lincoln's Inn Hall; the first Private of Justinian, (Sandars's or Ortolan's edition), and the Class to be held on Thursday, the 8th November. Institutiones Juris Romani Privati of Warnkönig. On EQUITY.
certain days, the Last Two Titles of the Digest, “De The Reader on Equity proposes to give, during the will be discussed and illustrated. Copies of the entire
Verborum Significatione” and “ De Regulis Juris," ensuing Educational Term, a course of Six Lectures on the Origin of the Laws of England The System of Corpus Juris will be provided in the Lecture-room. Writs, and the Relation of the Superior Courts of the Middle Temple on Tuesday in each week, at two
The Public Lectures will be delivered in the Hall of Common Law to the Chancery, during the first three Centuries after the Norman Conquest-On the Equi- | 13th November. The Private Classes will assemble at
P. M.; the first Lecture of the course on Tuesday, the table Jurisdiction of the Council, and its Transference the Class-room in Garden-court on Tuesday, Thursto the Chancellor-On the Authority conferred by the day, and Saturday evenings, from seven to nine o'clock; Custody of the Great Seal—The History of the Court the first Private Class to be held on Thursday, the 15th of Chancery, and the principal Differences between November. the Mode of Procedure which it has adopted and that
Common Law. followed in the Courts of Common Law-On the Amalgamation of the two Jurisdictions-On Rehearing, Re
The Reader on Common Law proposes to deliver, view, and Appeals in and from the Court of Chancery. during the Educational Term, commencing on the 1st
The Reader on Equity proposes to form two Private November, 1855, Six Public Lectures, designed to indiClasses—a Senior and Junior-according to the amount cate the main subdivisions of our Common Law, and of preliminary knowledge possessed by the students; the leading principles applicable in each of them reusing in the Junior “Smith's Manual of Equity Juris- spectively. The Lectures will treat of prudence" as a text-book; and in the Senior, whilst I. Civil Proceedings in Contract or in Tort-the refollowing the division adopted in the Manual, illus-medy being ordinary or extraordinary: trating the subject by a more frequent reference to
II. Quasi-Criminal Proceedings-their Nature, and
the Objects to be attained thereby The Reader on Equity will deliver his Public Lectures
III. Criminal Proceedings—with a view to Summary at Lincoln's Inn Hall on Thursday in each week during Conviction, by Indictment or otherwise. the Educational Term, commencing at two o'clock P.m.;
With his Private Class the Reader on Common Law the first Lecture to be delivered on the 8th Novem- will pursue the line of inquiry above marked out, his
The Reader will receive his Private Classes on aim being to lay down the fundamental rules appliMonday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings, from seven
cable in each department of the Law, and to illustrate to nine o'clock, in the Benchers' Reading-room; the them by reference to decided cases. In carrying out first Private Class to be held on Friday, the 9th No this plan he will principally make use of the following vember.
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Smith's Leading Cases; and Archbold's Criminal PleadThe Reader on the Law of Real Property, &c. pro
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The Public Lectures will be delivered in the Ilall of poses to deliver, in the ensuing Educational Term, a course of Six Public Lectures on the following sub-P.M.; the first Lecture on Monday, the 12th November.
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The Private Class will be held in the Hall on Tuesday, The Nature, Construction, and Operation of Cove- Thursday, and Saturday mornings, from a quarter to nants, with reference to the Transfer of Real Property. twelve to a quarter to two o'clock; the first Private
The Lectures to be delivered to the Private Classes Class to be held on Tuesday, the 13th November. will comprise the following subjects:-With the Senior
By Order of the Council, Class the Reader proposes to discuss the Law of Cove
(Signed) RICHARD BETHELL, Chairman.
, Remainders, Springing and Shifting Uses, and Execu- Council Chamber, Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 3, 1855. tory Devises.
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A TREATISE on the LAW O EASEMENTS. The MIN SMITH, of Lincoln's inn, Esq., Barrister at han Author of "The
GAZETTES.-FRIDAY, Aug. 24.
ac.; Sept. 20 at 1, div.-Edwin Adolphus Lock, Curry Rivell, Somersetshire, linendraper, Sept. 13 at 1, Exeter, aud. ac. ; Sept. 20 at 1, div.- Robert Wilson Wyllie, St. Leonard,
Devonshire, flax scutcher, Sept. 13 at 1, Exeter, aud, ac. ; BANKRUPTS.
Sept. 20 at 1, div. - Samuel Rose and Robert Willy Rose, HENRY KNIGHT FURNELL and ALBERT KAHL, Honiton, Devonsbire, drapers, Sept. 13 at 1, Exeter, aud. ac.; Fenchurch-street, insurance brokers, Sept. 3 at 12, and Sept. 20 at 1, div.-G. Hawke, Polruan, Cornwall
, dealer in Oct. 2 at balf-past 12, London: Of. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. hardware, Sept. 13 at 1. Exeter, aud. ac.Jar. Denniss, TorWalton, 30, Bucklersbury:-Pet. f. Aug. 15.
quay, Devonshire, inrikeeper, Sept. 13 at 1, Exeter, and, ac.REUBEN DICKINSON, Witcham, near Ely, dealer and David Couzens, East Stonehouse, Devonshire, cab proprietor,
chapman, Sept. 3 at 11, and Oct. 12 at 12, London: Of. Sept. 17 at 1, Plymouth, aud. ac, and div. - John Boddington, Ass. Cannan; Sol. Teague, 5, Crown-court, Cheapside.- Manchester, malt factor, Sept. 17 at 12, Manchester, div.Pet. f. Aug. 22.
Philip Greenslade, Stoke Canon, Devonsbire, farmer, Sept. HENRY WILLIAM BROWN, St. Albans, dealer and 20 at 1, Exeter, div.-William John Norsworthy, Sidmoulb,
chapman, Sept. 3 at half-past 1, and Oct. 2 at 2, London: Devonshire, baker, Sept. 20 at 1, Exeter, div.--John Phillips, Off. Ass. Cannan ; Sols. Fox & Son, 40, Finsbury-circus.– Drimpton, Broadwinsor, Dorsetshire, baker, Sept. 13 at 1, Pet. f. Aug. 16.
Exeter, and, ac. JOHN SMITH, Sheerness, dealer and chapman, Sept. 3 at
CERTIFICATES. 2, and Oct. 2 at 1, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Warry & Co., 7, New-inn.-Pet. f. Aug. 22.
To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or GEORGE HILL, Kentish-town, dealer and chapman, Sept.
before the Day of Meeting. 4 and Oct. 12 at 1, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Thomas Loaring Coombe, Lambeth-walk, baker, Sept. 17 Chidley, 19, Gresham-street. - Pet. f. Aug. 23.
at 12, London.- Thomas Boslock, Manchester, packer, Sept. JOHN JESSUP SEWELL, Brighton, dealer and chapman, 17 at 12, Marichester. Thomas Wade, Newlay, near Leeds,
Sept. 6 and Oct. 9 at 12, London: Off. Ass. Edwards; stone merchant, Nov. 6 at 12, Leeds.
Sol. Loe, 7, Gray's-inn-square. -Pet. f. Avg. 22. NATHAN LEVY, Worcester, dealer and chapman, Sept. 3
To be granted, unless an appeal be duly entered, and Oct. 4 at II, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston ; Sols. John Marke, Duke-street," Manchester-square, butcher Hodgson, Birmingham ; Sole & Co., London. Pet. d. Charles Blanks, East Hanningfield, Essex, blacksmith. Aug. 21.
Joseph Douglas, Sumner-terrace, Brompton, apothecary.JOHN JENNINGS, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, woollen- Christopher Rowles Belt, Hounslow, coal merchant.-Joka
draper, Sept. 4 and Oct. 15 at 11, Bristol : Off. Ass. Acra- Walker Brown, Sloane-street, Middlesex, upholsterer.
man ; Sols. Bevan & Girling, Bristol. - Pet. f. Aug. 18. Richard Lean Mugford, Torquay, Devonshire, tailor.DAN DAY, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, dealer and chapman, Sept. Thomas Sephton, Prescott, Lancashire, licensed victualler. 10 at 12, and Oct. 12 at 11, Leeds: Of. Ass. Hope ; sols. Thomas Lake, Wakefield, grocer.-William Powell, York, Chadwick, Dewsbury; Bond & Barwick, Leeds.- Petd. linendraper. Aug. 21.
PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. SAMUEL BRIGGS, WILLIAM BRIGGS, and ABRAHAM BANKS, Keighley, Yorkshire, dealers and chap- shire, attornies and solicitors, (under the firm of Nicholetts &
Edwin Nicholetts and Arthur Burridge, Bridport, Dorsetmen, Sept. 10 and Oct. 12 at 11, Leeds: Off. Ass. Hope Barridge). Sols. Weatherhead & Burr, Keighley; Bond & Barwick,
Leeds. -Pet. d. Aug. 10.
TUESDAY, Aug. 28.
. Sept. 6 and 27 at 11, Liverpool: Off. Ass, Bird ; Sol.
commission agent, Sept. 5 at 11, and Oct. 8 at 12. London: Pemberton, Liverpool.- Pet. f. Aug. 9.
Of.Ass. Nicholson ; Sol. Reed, 11, Ironmonger-lane. — Pet. THOMAS WALTON, Haverton-hill, Durham, glass manu. facturer, (trading under the style or firm of T. Walton & JOSEPH MILLER, Piccadilly, fishmonger, Sept. 5 at 1,
f. July 24. Co.), Aug. 30 at half-past 11, and Oct. 17 at half-past 12,
and Oct. 12 at half-past 1, London: Or. Ass. Whitmore; Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Off. Ass. Baker; Sols. Brignal,
Sol. Reed, '11, Ironmonger-lane. Pet. 'f. July 31. Durham; Hartley, 6, Southampton-street, Bloomsbury.- JOHN WISE, Heath. villa, Bournemouth, Hampshire, dealer Pet. f. Aug. 17.
and chapman, Sept. 4 and Oct. 12 at 1, London : Off. As. RICHARD BIRTWISTLE, Bury, Lancashire, innkeeper,
Whitmore; Sol. Chapple, 19, Great Carter-lane, Doctors' Sept. 4 and 27 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Pott; Sol.
Commons. - Pet. f. Aug. 15. Whitehead, Bury.- Pet. f. Aug. 21.
EDWARD FIRMIN ELLIS, Hendon, Middlesex, and Royal MEETINGS.
Exchange-buildings, London, stockbroker, Sept 12 at 12, Thos. Wade, Newlay, near Leeds, stone merchant, Nov. 6 : and Oct. 12 at half-past 1, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; at 12, Leeds, pr. d.-S. Sucksmith, Crompton, 'Lancashire,
Sol. Murray, 11, London-street, Fenchurch-street. - Pet. f. cotton manufacturer, Sept. 5. at 12, Manchester, ch. ass.-E. THOMAS EDWARD SHALES, Brighton, dealer and chap. Castendieck, Mincing-lane, ship agent, Sept. 3 at 11, London, aud. ac.- - Wm. Perfect Lockwood, Wakefield, chemist, Sept.
man, Sept. 11 and Oct. 2 at 2, London: Off. Ass. Lee; 5 at 2, London, aud. ac.; Sept. 14 at half past 1, div.-H.
Sols. Ashurst & Co., 6, Old Jewry, Cheapside. — Pet. f. Adams, Uxbridge, corn dealer, Sept. 5 at 2, London, aud. ac.; SAMUEL JENNINGS the younger, Goswell-street, carver
Aug. 18. Sept. 14 at 1, div.Mark Boyd, New Bank-buildings, sharebroker, Sept. 5 at half.past 1, London, aud. ac. Jas. Pick
and gilder, Sept. 11 at half-past 2, and Oct. 16 at 12, Lon
don: Off. Ass. Lee; Sol, Leigh, 16, George-street, Man. ford, Hazlegrove, Cheshire, plumber, Sept. 5 at 12, Man. chester, aud. ac. - Richard J. S. Robins, Tavistock, attorney; ROBERT
WALL, Piccadilly, saddler, Sept. 11 at 13. and
f. Sept. 13 at 1, Exeter, aud. ac. ; Sept. 20 at 1, div.-Josiah Harris, Hepwell Mills, Quethiock, Cornwall, miller, Sept. 113
Oct. 16 at 1, London: Of. Ass. Edwards; Sol. Robinson, at 1, Exeter, aud. ac. - Thos. Hake, Exeter, furrier, Sept. 13 ELLIS CUTLAN, Newport, Monmouthshire,
6. Half Moon-street, Piccadilly.- Pet. f. Aug. 25. at 1, Exeter, aud. ac. --Thos. Hitt, Exeter, currier, Sept. 13 at 1, Exeter, aud. ac. - George Richards, Aller, near Lang.
chapman, Sept. 10 and Oct. 8 at 11, Bristol: Off. Ass. port, Somersetshire, innkeeper, Sept. 20 at 1, Exeter, aud. EDWARD ROBERTS, late of Hulme, but now of Strat
Milier; Sol. Nash, Bristol.-Pet. f. Aug. 18. ac.-John Mansfield, Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire, shipbuilder, Sept. 13 at 1, Exeter, aud. ac. ; Sept. 20 at 1, div.-Thomas
ford, Lancashire, dealer and chapman, Sept. 7 and 28 at 12, Stone Besley, Tiverton, Devonshire, grocer, Sept. 13 at 1,
Manchester : OX. Ass. Fraser ; Sol. Atherton, Manchester.
-Pet. f. Aug. 25.
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