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GAZETTES.-Friday, Sept. 14.
-Wm. Walters, Chester, coal agent, Oct. 8 at 11, Liverpool,
-Robert Lynham Courtney, West Bromwich, auctioneer, BANKRUPTS.
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ham.---John Scott, Nottingham, grocer, Oct. 9 at 10, NotWILLIAM BENNETT, Little Warley, Essex, dealer and tingham.- Thos. Nash, Stourbridge, Worcestershire, builder,
chapman, Sept. 24 at 2, and Oct. 18 at half-past 11, Oct. 4 at 10, Birmingham.-William Quinton, Birmingham, London: Off. Ass. Lee; Sols. Duffield, Chelmsford ; Tre- builder, Oct. 4 at half-past 10, Birmingham. hern & White, 13, Barge-yard-chambers, Bucklersbury.
To be granted, unless an appeal be duly entered. Pet. f. Aug. 22.
Henry Lnumann, Fulham, lodging-house keeper.-William JOSEPH GILL, now of King-street, Camden-town, and late of Edgeware-road, dealer and chapman, Sept. 21 at 1, and Jones, Brecon, builder.- Robert Jackson, Lombard-street
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tershire, licensed victualier.-Harriet Swindell, Ashborne, Gilham, 24, Bartlett's-buildings, Holborn... Pet, f. Sept. 10. Derbyshire, wine merchant.--Samuel Thraves and Wm. Her
. LOUIS LICHTENSTEIN, Great St. Helen's, London, rison, Nottingham, upholsterers.—Thomas Parton, Rugton,
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Sept. 8. Sept. 28 and Oct. 26 at 11, Leeds : Off. Ass. Young; Sols. FRANCIS WILLIAM FAWCETT and WILLIAM PARPayne & Co., Leeds ; Waller, 1, Verulam-buildings, Gray's.
ROTT, Lisle-street, Leicester-square, wholesale boot and inn.-Pet. d. Sept. 11.
shoe manufacturers, Oct. 2 at half-past 11, and Nov. 6 at JOSHUA FLETCHER LACE, Birkenhead, and LEO
2, London: Off. Ass. Edwards ; Sols. Shoosmith, NorthNARD ADDISON, Abbots Grange, Cheshire, printers, ampton; Holme & Co., 10, New-inn, Strand. - Pet. f. (trading under the style or firm of Lace & Addison), Sept. 25
Sept. 12. and Oct. 23 at 11, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Morgan ; Sols. WILLIAM HART, Old-street, St. Luke's, and CharlesWatkins & Son, Bolton; Dodge, Liverpool.- Pet. f.
street, Westbourne-terrace, Paddington, dealer and chapSept. 1. EDWIN JOHNSON, Liverpool, flour dealer, Sept. 24 and
man, Sept. 28 at half-past 2, and Oct. 23 at 12, London :
Off. Ass. Lee; Sols. Young & Plews, 29, Mark-lane. — Pet. Oct. 22 at 11, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Cazenove; Sols. Evans
f. Sept. 13. & Son, Liverpool.Pet, f. Aug. 25.
EDWARD SQUIRE, Kingston-upon-Hull, dealer and chapGEORGE ATKINSON, Liverpool, grocer, Sept. 24 and man, (under the firm of Clay & Squire), Oct. 17 and Nor. Oct. 22 at 11, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Cazenove ; Sol. Bar
7 at 12, Kingston-upon-Húll: Off. Ass. Carrick; Sols. rell, Liverpool.--Pet. f. Sept. 7. WILLIAM CLARKE, Altrincham, Cheshire, joiner, Sept. WILLIAM HENRY SMITH, Birkenhead, Cheshire, dealer
Lightfoot & Co., Kingston-upon-Hull.- Pet. d. Sept. 10. 25 and Oct. 16 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Pott; Sols. and chapman, Oct. 2 and 22 at 11, Liverpool : Of. Ass.
J. & B. Whitworth, Manchester.--Pet. f. Sept. 11. WILLIAM E. COOPER and DAVID COOPER, Man- GAIUS AUGUSTINE STONE, Bristol, dealer and chap.
Cazenove ; Sol, Roby, Liverpool.- Pet. f. Sept. 8. chester, and Mottram, Cheshire, dealers and chapmen, man, Oct. 1 and 30 at 11, Bristol : Off. Ass. Miller; Sols. (trading under the style or firm of Cooper Brothers), Sept. H. Brittan & Son, Bristol. - Pet. f. Sept. 12. 28 and Nov. 7 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Fraser; Sols. Atkinsons & Co., Manchester.- Pet. f. Sept. 10.
William Webb Dunn, Bath, William Keene, Bath, Henry
Brooks Marriott, Llanganoyd, Glamorganshire, and Samuel 11, Liverpool, aud. ac.-Wm. Gibb the elder, Liverpool, commission agent, Sept. 25 at 11, Liverpool, aud.
ac.-J. Waid- Gof, New London-street, merchants, Oct. 3 at 2, London,
ass.-Matthew James Popplewell, Clement's-lane, and Robert son, Montgomery, innkeeper, Sept. 25 at 11, Liverpool, aud. last ex.-Vohs Salmon, Brick-lane, Spitalfields, shoe manu; ac.-Clifford Firth and John Archer, Liverpool, brokers, facturer, Oct. 3 at half-past 12, London, last ex.- Hansard Sept. 25 at 11, Liverpool, aud. ac.- Napthali Hart, Liver- Jackson Bridges, Wandsworth-road, Surrey, and Stowmarket
, pool, butcher, Sept. 25 at 11, Liverpool, aud. ac.-J. War- Suffolk, brewer, Oct. 1 at 12, London, last ex.- George burton, Shefield, edge tool manufacturer, Oct. 6 at 12, Shef. Bickley, Lower Kennington-green, Surrey, money scrivener, field, div.-W. Waller the younger, Chesterfield, ironfounder, Oct. 1 at 1, London, last ex. --James Emmins, Portland-road, Oct. 6 at 12, Sheffield, div.- Francis Augustus Hatton, liam Bouch, Queen-street, Pimlico,"licensed victualler, Oct. 3 Chesterfield, auctioneer, Oct. 6 at 12, Sheffield, div.
at 1, London, aud. ac.- George Major, Swindon, Wiltshire
builder, Oct. 9 at 11, Bristol, aud. ac.-John Williams, St. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or Asaph, Flintshire, and Llandudno, Carnarvonshire, joiner, before the Day of Meeting.
Sept. 28 at 11, Liverpool, aud. ac.- John Gresty, Liverpool, Thomas Billing, Cambridge, cooper, Oct, 8 at 12, London,
[For continuation of Gazette, see p. 377].
CONTENTS. London Gazettes..
372 formance-Contract-Inability of vendor to procure Leading Article
373 the execution of a deed by a mortgagee~ Incapacity Consolidation of Statute Law-Commissioners' Report 374 of mortgagee – Demurrer-Action--Injunction).. 888 NAMES OF THE CASES REPORTED.
Vice-CHANCELLOR Wood's Court.
By MATTHEW B. Begbie, Barrister at Law.
Nichols v. Haviland. --(Will-Lapse-Next of kin In re Thistlethwayte's Trust.--(Will-Construction of
according to the Statutes of Distribution)... 891 The word “unmarried”).
COURT or Queen's BENCH.
By G. J. P. Smith and W. B. BRETT, Barristers at Law.
Hobson v. The Mayor, &c. of Kingston-upon-Hull. party chargeable-Breach of trust-Bankruptcy
-(Borough police --- Constable - Superannuation 882
allowance-11 & 12 Vict. c. 14, ss. 2, 3). of trustee - Acquiescence-Set-off)
In re The Arbitration between Robert Lord and Ed. Vice-CHANCELLOR STUART's COURT.
mund Tanner Lord.—(Submission to arbitration, By T. F. MORSE, Barrister at Law.
Appointment of umpire - Joint appointment Andrew D. Andrew.-(Will, revocalion of, by contract
893 for sale Repurchase by the testator of the same estate-Parcels, secondary evidence admitted to
Court or ExchEQUER. prove--Map or plan, loss of )...
By W. M. BEST, Barrister at Law. The Duke of Beaufort v. Glynn.-(Vendor and pur- Boyle v. Wiseman.-(Evidence-Functions of judge chaser-Mortgagor and mortgagee-Specific per
and jury-Secondary evidence)
bill of lading had been made with himself. This provi
sion, however, is not to affect the right of stoppage in LONDON, SEPTEMBER 22, 1855.
transitu, or of claiming freight against the original
shipper or owner, or any liability of the consignee or Among the statutes published in our last number indorsee, by reason of such consignment or indorse
ment. (Sects. 1, 2). (p. 32) was one “to amend the law relating to bills of lading," (18 & 19 Vict. c. 111). It has been decided
With regard to the other branch of the subject, the
statute appears on several occasions, that although the property in
rather to confirm, with some modificagoods which have been shipped passes by the indorse- tion, the doctrine already established, than to introduce ment of a bill of lading, yet the contract contained in any material alteration in the law. After reciting that the bill of lading does not thereby pass; that the in- which bills of lading purport to be signed, have not
“it frequently happens that the goods, in respect of dorsee or assignee, therefore, has none of the remedies which arise under the contract, and cannot sue for the been laden on board, and it is proper that such bills of non-delivery or mis-delivery of the goods, although in lading, in the hands of a bona fide holder for value,
should not be questioned by the master or other person respect of his property in them he may maintain an action for their detention or conversion. Thompson been laden,” it is enacted by the 3rd section that every
signing the same, on the ground of the goods not having v. Doming, 14 M. & W. 403; Howard v. Shepherd, 9 bill of lading in the hands of a consignee or indorsee for C. B. 297; Grant v. Norway, 10 C. B. 665; see also valuable consideration, representing goods to have been Tindall v. Taylor, 1 Jur., N. S., part 1, p. 112; 24 L. J., Q. B., 16).
shipped on board a vessel, shall be conclusive evidence of
such shipment as against the master or other person It has also been decided that the master of a ship signing a bill of lading for goods which have never had actual notice, at the time of receiving it, that they
signing the same, unless the holder of the bill of lading been shipped cannot be considered as the agent of the had not been shipped. The person signing the bill of owner in that behalf, so as to make the latter respon: lading, however, may exonerate himself by shewing sible to one who has made advances upon the faith of the bills so signed ; (Grant v. Norway, supra; Hubbersty fault on his part, and wholly by the fraud of the shipper
that the misrepresentation was caused without any dev. Ward, 8 Exch. 330); although the master himself is
or holder, or some person under whom the holder claims. estopped, under such circumstances, from denying that he had the goods. (Thompson v. Doming, supra).
In our notice of the Criminal Justice Act, 18 & 19 The new act has express reference to these two classes of decisions. It first recites, that “ by the custom of Vict. c. 126, in our last number, we inadvertently merchants a bill of lading of goods being transferable omitted an important section which is found in the by indorsement, the property in the goods may thereby statute, although it has little to do with its general obpass to the indorsee, but nevertheless all rights in re-ject, and nothing with its title. We allude to the 22nd spect of the contract contained in the bill of lading section, which, after reciting the expediency of amendcontinue in the original shipper or owner, and it is ing the law as to witnesses in cases of wilful or maliexpedient that such rights should pass with the pro
cious injuries to property, enacts, that in all cases where perty;" and then enaets, that every consignee of goods any justice or justices of the peace have or shall herenamed in a bill of lading, and every indorsee thereof, after have power to order a sum of money to be forto whom the property passes by the consignment or
feited and paid to the party aggrieved, as amends or indorsement, shall also have transferred to him all sonal, the right of such party to receive the money so
compensation for any injury to property, real or perrights of suit, and be subject to the same liabilities in ordered to be paid shall not be affected by his having respect of such goods as if the contract contained in the been examined as a witness in proof of the offence.