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The following Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed in drawer.-Wm. Holmes the elder, Baildon, near Bradford,

the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection from out of business.- Robert Mills, Leeds, out of business.-Geo. Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter Cobb, Leeds, out of business.-Joshua Hanson, Birstal, out mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Lin- of business.-James Simpson, Holbeck, near Leeds, beer. coln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with house keeper.- Wm. Bell, Leeds, cloth fuller.-Jeremiah according to the Statute :

Stead, Mirfield, out of business.-Joseph Hepworth, HighFeb. 23 at 10, before the CAIET COMMISSIONER.

town, near Leeds, card-teeth maker.- Francis Clark, Crag John Biller, Chislehurst, Kent, solicitor's clerk.-George

Top, near Keighley, farmer.- John Wilkinson, York, out of Barham, Whitechapel-road, Whitechapel, Middlesex, manager business.—John Wadsworth, Huddersfield, dyer.-Jonathan of a coffee-house.- Richard Speller, Jamaica-row, Millpond.

Dixon, Hill-house, near Huddersfield, out of business.-J. bridge, Bermondsey, Surrey, assistant to a chemist.

Watson, Bradford, linendraper.-H. Jowett, Great Horton,

Bradford, out of business.- William Crossfield, York, shoe. The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before

maker.- Geo. C. Fletcher, York, out of business. the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt with according to the Statute:Feb. 23 at 10, before the Chier COMMISSIONER.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. Jules George Kammerer, Cranbourne-street, Leicester.

BANKRUPTS. square, Middlesex, licensed victualler.-B. Hallett, LemanJOSEPH LILEY and RICHARD REEVES COX, Day's. street, Goodman's-fields, Middlesex, baker.

court, Gutter-lane, London, warehousemen, dealers and Feb. 23 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. chapmen, Feb. 27 at half-past I, and March 27 at 12, John Fish, Circus-road, Gospel Oak-field, Kentish-town,

Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Johnson; Sol. Middlesex, plumber.-Richard Brooks, Upper

Cox, Pinner's Hall.- Petition filed Feb. 5. West, Hyde-park-square, Middlesex, cheesemonger.

| EDWARD BENJAMIN CLARKSON, Bread-street, Lon. Feb. 24 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips.

don, manufacturer's agent, dealer and chapman, Feb. 27 at Henry Havinden, Park-street, Bromley, Middlesex, milk.

2, and March 29 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: man.--Henry Robert Tyler, Staines, Middlesex, coachmaker.

Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sols. Marten & Co., Mincing-lane. -Robert David Ogilwy, Tollington-lodge, Harrington-grove,

Petition filed Feb. l.

| BENJAMIN GRUT, Sambrook.court, Basinghall-street, Tollington-park, Hornsey-road, Islington, Middlesex, doll maker.-Christian Dorien Godfrey Henry Köpke, Grace

London, merchant, dealer and chapman, (trading under the church-street, London, commission agent. - Henry Bescoby,

style or firm of Benjamin Grut & Co.), Feb. 23 at 11, and Milton-street, Cripplegate, London, tallow chandler.

March 30 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass.

Cannan ; Sols. Asburst & Co., 6, Old Jewry.- Petition Feb. 26 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips.

filed Feb. 7. W. Edward Schottlander, Brunswick-street, Dover-road, THOMAS WHITFORD NICHOLS, York-road, Battersea, Southwark, Surrey, commission agent.

Surrey, candle manufacturer and lessee of steam-boats The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before plying for hire, dealer and chapman, Feb. 23 and March 30

Q Judge of the County Court, to be examined and deall | at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore ; · with according to the Statute:

Sol. Reynolds, Chancery-lane. Petition filed Feb. 9. At the County Court of Cheshire, at CHESTER CASTLE, JOHN DICKIE and DAVID DICKIE, Portsea, South. Feb. 21.

ampton, drapers, dealers and chapmen, Feb. 23 at 1, and Samuel Taylor, Stockport, warper in a cotton mill.-M.

March 20 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Kain, Stockport, in no business. --Joseph Ardern, Weaver-1 Edwards; Sols. Sole & Co., 68, Aldermanbury, London.ham, farmer.-Joseph Littler, Dunbam-o'-th'-Hill, Thornton, Petition filed Feb. 3. labourer.-R. Brown, Mobberley, near Knutsford, agricul- ROBERT DANIEL, Victoria Wharf, Union-place, Pimlico, tural labourer.-John Ardern, Weaverham, labourer.-Joseph Middlesex, stone merchant, Feb. 23 and March 20 at 2, Ardern, Weaverbam, labourer.

Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Lee; Sol. Breeze, At the County Court of Cambridgeshire, at CAMBRIDGE,

4, South-square, Gray's-inn, Middlesex.-Petition filed Feb. 22.

Feb. 12. John Jarman, Newnham, Ely, ropemaker.

HENRY GIBSON, Gracechurch-street, London, merchant, At the County Court of Hampshire, at SouthAMFTON,

dealer and chapman, Feb. 28 at 1, and March 27 at half

past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld; Feb. 24. Wm. Robinson Bigden, Southampton, hatter.

Sols. Goddard & Eyre, 101, Wood.street, Cheapside.

Petition filed Feb. 3. At the County Court of Durham, at DURHAM, Feb. 26. SAMUEL KING, Buckland, and CHARLES KING,

William Ferguson, West Hartlepool, ironfounder.-John Draycott Moor, Berkshire, wheelwrights, and both of Cor. Hodgson, Gateshead, out of business.-G. Garrett, Stockton ley, Oxfordshire, builders, Feb. 20 at half past 1, and upon-Tees, dealer in guano.-John Thomas Phillips, South March 27 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Shields, assistant grocer.- Benj. Glossop Thompson, Ferryhill Stansfeld; Sols. Bartlett, Abingdon, Berkshire; Ford & Station, mason.-Thos. Rutter Burdis, South Shields, glass Lloyd, 5, Bloomsbury-square.- Petition filed Feb. 10. blower.

WILLIAM CLOSE ČUÉRIE, Moorgate-street, London, At the County Court of Yorkshire, at York CASTLE, merchant, (trading under the firm of Currie, Dale, & Co.), Feb. 26.

Feb. 21 at 2, and April 4 at ll, Court of Bankruptcy, Wm. Henry Bagshaw, York, out of business.-J. Walker, London: Off. Ass. Pennell; Sols. Wilde & Co., 21, Col. Bradford, butter factor.-George Wager Shaw, Doncaster, lege-bill, London.-Petition dated Feb. 3. waterman. --Isaac Brook, New Leeds, Bradford, greengrocer. THOMAS POLLARD and ARTHUR JOHN SYMONDS,

-John Wood, Little Horton, near Bradford, newspaper re. Guildford, Surrey, builders, dealers and cbapmen, Feb. 23 porter.-John Duval, Huddersfield, out of business.-Eliza at 12, and March 31 at balf-past I, Court of Bankruptcy, Sykes, Sheffield, manager to a millinery establishment.-E. London: Off. Ass. Pennell; Sols. White, Guildford, Sur. Stacey, Sheffield, out of business. Wm. Myers, Leeds, out rey;, Murrough, 5, New-inn, Strand. - Petition dated of business.-George Cant, Sheffield, out of business.--John Feb. 12. Damms, Sheffield, out of business.-Frederick James Fowler, JONATHAN HANFORD GODBER, FREDERICK Sheffield, out of business.—Jonathan Hellawell, Ogden, near GODBER, and JULIUS WALLACE HOWES, East. Halifax, farmer.-A. Booth, Daw Green, Dewsbury, grocer. wood, Nottinghamshire, drapers, dealers and chapmen, W. France, Stockton-on. Tees, Durham, out of business.-J. Feb. 27 and March 20 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Jennings, Sheffield, and Hackenthorpe, near Brighton, Derby. Nottingham : Off. Ass. Harris ; Sol. Bowley, Nottingham. shire, out of business.—Isaac Wood, Bradford, out of busi. -Petition dated Feb. 10. ness.--Edmund Nicholson, York, tailor.—John Bromehead, JOSEPH WOOD and JAMES WOOD, Allerton, Brad. Sheffield, pen-blade grinder.-John France, Arthington, near ford, Yorkshire, spinners and manufacturers, dealers and Otley, out of business.-- John Morrill France, Leeds, general chapman, Feb. 23 and March 30 at 11, District Court of commission agent.-- Wm. Sharp, Pudsey, near Leeds, out of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Young; Sols. Taylor, Bradbusiness.-William Broadhead, Hunslet, near Leeds, cloth ford; Blackburn, Leeds.--Petition dated Feb. 3."

JAMES LEA, Birmingham, builder, dealer and chapman, Cornwall, draper, March 6 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon.

Feb. 23 and March 17 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, don, div.-Joseph Bates, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, builder, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston; Sol. Hodgson, Bir. March 6 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Frances mingham.- Petition dated Feb. 9.

Fanny Nevett and John Finlayson, Hampstead-road, MiddleJOHN CARTER the younger and CHARLES CARTER, sex, brassfounders, March 6 at half-past 11, Court of Bank

Clifton, Bristol, brewers, wine, beer, and spirit merchants ruptcy, London, div.-Wm. Shackell, Regent's Canal, St. and sellers, dealers and chapmen, (trading under the style or Pancras, and Hammersmith, Middlesex, coal-tar manufacturer, firm of Carter & Co.), Feb. 27 and March 26 at 11, District March 7 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Hutton; Sols. - Charles Jacob, Ingram-court, Fenchurch-street, London, Taddy, and Beran, Bristol.- Petition filed Jan. 27.

| merchant, March 7 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. WILLIAM PREST, York, painter, Feb. 26 at balf-past 11, |--Charles Proctor, Witham, Essex, wine merchant, March 7

and March 26 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-George Nicholas Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. Walker, York; Bond & Barwick, S. Chapman, Boughton Malherbe, Kent, dealer, March 7 at Leeds.-Petition dated Feb. 7.

half past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. JOHN ANDERSON, Horton, Bradford, Yorkshire, grocer,

CERTIFICATES. dealer and chapman, March 2 and 30 at 11, District Court

To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Young; Sols. Butler,

before the Day of Meeting. Bradford ; Bond & Barwick, Leeds. - Petition dated Feb. 10.

Henry Savill, Colchester, Essex, grocer, March 7 at halfRALPH MARTINDALE, Low Harrogate, Yorkshire,

| past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Robert Board, draper, dealer and chapman, Feb. 26 at 1, and March 27 at

| Churchingford, Devonshire, blacksmith, March 7 at 1, Dis11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ;

trict Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter.- John Evans, Exeter, Sols. Sale & Co., Manchester, J. & W. H. Richardson &

bookseller, March 7 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Gaunt, Leeds.--Petition dated Feb. 5.

Exeter.- James Hall, Manchester, commission agent, March DRAPER SUTCLIFFE, Longwood, Huddersfield, York

8 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.-John sbire, woollen cloth manufacturer, Feb. 26 and March 26 at

Samuel Smith, Liverpool and Manchester, drysalter, March 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ;

1 (and not March 21, as advertised in the Gazette of the 6th Sols. J. & W. Sykes, Huddersfield; Bond & Barwick,

inst.) at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.Leeds.--Petition dated Feb. 10.

Alfred Reynolds, Birmingham, iron merchant, March 8 at WILLIAM ADDY and THOMAS ADDY, Leeds, York.

half-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-sbire, cloth manufacturers, (trading and carrying on business

George Newmarch, Nottingham, hatter, March 13 at 10, under the style or firm of William & Thomas Addy),

District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. Feb. 26 and March 26 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy,

To be granted, unless an appeal be duly entered. Leeds: Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. J. & W. H. Richardson &

Richard Clark, West Strand, Middlesex, lamp merchant.-Gaunt, Leeds.- Petition dated Feb. 3.

Sommersby Edwards, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire, scri. HENRY LUDLAM and JOSEPH REANEY, Sheffield,

vener.-Win. Henry Woodhouse, Woolwich, Kent, brewer.Yorkshire, ironmongers, gas fitters, dealers and chapmen,

George Stokes, Gloucester-road, Old Brompton, Middlesex, Feb. 24 and March 31 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy,

boarding house keeper.- Francis Pinn, Queen's-buildings, Sheffield : Of. Ass. Brewin; Sol. Ryalls, Sheffield.-Peti.

Knightsbridge, and Stockbridge-terrace, Pimlico, Middlesex, tion dated Feb. 7.

baker. - Wm. Hunt, Bedford-row, Middlesex, wine mercbant. JOHN SEYMOUR HART, Liverpool, tailor and draper,

-R. Lewis, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, cloth madealer and chapman, Feb. 22 and March 15 at 11, District

nufacturer. ---Chas. Levet, Ely, Cambridgeshire, ironmonger. Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Turner; Sol.

-Thomas John Holloway, Salisbury, Wiltshire, rope manuGreatley, Liverpool.- Petition filed Feb. 8.

facturer.-Wm. Hudson, Church-street, Hackney, Middlesex, CLIFFORD FIRTH, Liverpool, broker, dealer and chap.

grocer.-Wm. White, Peterborough-villas, St. John's-wood, man, Feb. 27 and March 19 at 1), District Court of Bank.

Middlesex, builder.- George Jones and Edmund Clegg, Sal. ruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Cazenove; Sols. Townsend &

ford, Lancashire, ironfounders.-Edward Michelson, Man. Ridley, Liverpool.- Petition filed Feb. 10.

chester, woollen merchant.-Samuel Craig, Nuneaton, WarJOHN CARVER, Liverpool, licensed victualler, Feb. 27 and

wickshire, grocer.-J. Brown, West Bromwich, Staffordshire, March 19 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool :

corn factor.-George Barry the younger, Willenhall, StaffordOff. Ass. Cazenove; Sol. Toulmin, Liverpool.-Petition

shire, ironmonger. - Charles Melen, Birmingham, baker.filed Feb. 10.

James Bach, Ludlow, Shropshire, auctioneer.

PETITIONS ANNULLED. George Climance, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, baker, Feb. David Leudesdorf, St. Martin's-le-Grand, London, com27 at half-pást 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex.- mission agent.-Geo. Hickes and Thos. Pilling, Edenwood, Charles J.C. Elkinglon, Hall-street, City-road, Middlesex, near Edenfield, Lancashire, sizers. electro-plate manufacturer, Feb. 27 at -, Court of Bank

Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. ruptcy, London, last ex.--Nicholson John Gardner, Water Macnee & Co., Belfield, Kirkintulloch, printers.-John lane, London, commission agent, Feb. 28 at 12, Court of Rome, Glasgow, upholstery furnisher.-Robert Jackson, deBankruptcy, London, aud. ac.- Robert Pledge, Croydon,

ceased, Dubbs, Neilston, Renfrewshire.--Annie Bentley, Dal. Surrey, grocer, Feb. 28 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, / keith, dealer in railway shares. aud. ac. John Peter White, Mark-lane, London, mercbant, Feb. 27 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.- John

INSOLVENT DEBTORS P. Waterson, Alexander-terrace, Westbourne-park-road, Pad Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, dington, Middlesex, builder, Feb. 27 at half-past 12, Court of and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-- Richard Waistell, Noble-st., Process. London, warehouseman, Feb. 28 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Peter Caffyn, Southampton, coal merchant, Feb. 24 at 10, London, aud. ac.-Walter Keen, Hungerford, Berkshire, hay County Court of Hampshire, at Southampton.-H. Chamdealer, Feb. 28 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, berlain, Soutbampton, looking-glass-frame manufacturer, Feb. aad. ac.-J. Hunt, Lupus-st., Pimlico, Middlesex, builder, Feb. 24 at 10, County Court of Hampshire, at Southampton.-R. 28 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Theophilus Harris, Southampton, tailor, Feb. 24 at 10, County Court of Bethell, Riley-street, Bermondsey, Surrey, licensed victualler, Hampshire, at Southampton.- Charles G. Allen, New RomFeb. 27 at - Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-F. ney, Kent, plumber, Feb. 20 at 11, County Court of Kent, at Geo. Ekins, London-street, Greenwich, Kent, watchmaker, Romney.-Henry V. Freeman, Barnsley, Yorkshire, out of March 1 at half.past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and business, March 2 at 12, County Court of Yorkshire, at Barns. ac.-Jas. Pigg, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, grocer, March ley.-Joseph Clokey, Derby, travelling draper, March 6 at 11, 6 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Philip Wesley County Court of Yorkshire, at Wakefield.-George Mayhew, Hardwick, Regent-street, Middlesex, dealer in ribbons, MarchFramlingham, Suffolk, shoemaker, Feb. 23 at 10, County 7 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, fin. div.--Henry Steel, Court of Suffolk, at Framlingham.--Charles Constable, MethNorwich, tea dealer, March 7 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, wold, Norfolk, cattle dealer, Feb. 27 at 11, County Court of London, fin. div.-Thomas Nicholls Vosper, Launceston, | Norfolk, at Thetford.-Thomas Preston, Huddersfield, York

shire, joiner, Feb. 26 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Prison for London and Middlesex.-Charles Winter, HighHuddersfield.-Geo. Shomack, Liverpool, beer-house keeper, street, Camden-town, Middlesex, oilman: in the Debtors Prison Feb. 20 at 10, County Court of Lancashire, at Liverpool. for London and Middlesex.-Charles Tasker, Howard-street, The following Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed Strand, Middlesex, merchant : in the Debtors Prison for Lon.

in the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection don and Middlesex.-Anna Hill, Berkeley-street, Portman. from Process, are required to appear in Court as herein square, Middlesex, out of business : in the Debtors Prison for after mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal.street, London and Middlesex.- Edwin Light, St. Peter's-street, Lincoln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with Islington, Middlesex, dealer in isinglass : in the Debtors Prison according to the Statute:

for London and Middlesex.-Wm. L. Gilpin, Northumber. Feb. 27 at 10, before the Chief COMMISSIONER.

land-court, Charing-cross, Middlesex, out of business : in the C. W. Q. Piner, East-street, Red Lion-square, Middlesex,

Queen's Prison.-Richard Rumble, White Rose-court, Cole. comedian.-J. Potter, Bartholomew-close, London, butcher's

man-street, London, tailor: in the Debtors Prison for London cutler.

and Middlesex.-Johnson Wood, Hoxton, Middlesex, drug. Feb. 28 at 10, before the Chief COMMISSIONER.

gist : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-C. Wm. Miller, Hornchurch, Essex, baker.

Terry, Leatherhead, Surrey, bricklayer : in the Gaol of Surrey.

-Wm. Lockyer, King-street, Long-acre, Middlesex, baker: March 29 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner PHILLIPS.

in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-James Wm. Hurrell, Dudley-place, Porteus-road, Harrow-road,

Turner, King-street, Long-acre, Middlesex, butcher : in the Middlesex, printer.-David Thorpe, Down-street, Piccadilly,

Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-John H. Lee, Middlesex, out of business.- Henry Williams, Drayton-mews,

Newman-street, Oxford-street, Middlesex, teacher of music : Drayton-road, Kensington, Middlesex, smith.-Wm. Lawrance, City-road, Middlesex, ivory turner.-- Peter J. Nott,

in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.--Thomas Chicksand-street, Osborn-place, Osborn-street, Whitechapel,

Sharp, Epping, Essex, grocer: in the Debtors Prison for Middlesex, grocer.-J. Clarke, Saville-row, Mile-end, Mid

| London and Middlesex. - Bernard Lintott, James's-grove, dleses, clerk to a sugar refiner.- Edward R. Addis, Plaistow,

Commercial-road, Peckham, Surrey, dealer in wines : in the Essex, licensed victualler.- James Catlett, Stone, near Dart.

Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-Charles Lewis,

Preston-st., Maldon-road, Kentish-town, St. Pancras, Mid. ford Brent, Kent, licensed retailer of beer.-John Stanbrook,

dlesex, builder : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid. Cannon-street-road, Middlesex, baker.-Henry Saxon Snell,

dlesex.-James Stevens, Great Knight Rider-street, Doctors'. Chancery.lane, Middlesex, assistant to an architect.

commons, London, general merchant: in the Debtors Prison March 22 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner PAILLIPS.

for London and Middlesex.-Richard Dalby, South-grove, John F. Cockle, Kingston, Surrey, confectioner.-William Mile-end, Middlesex, out of business: in the Debtors Prison Adams, Belvidere, Cambridge-road, Bethnal-green, Middle- for London and Middlesex. sex, tailor.- Abraham Harris, Croydon, Surrey, assistant to

(On Creditor's Petition). a tobacconist.-Charles P. Andrews, Clayland's-road, South Ann Smith, widow. Pelham-terrace, Loughborough-road, Lambeth, Surrey, commercial traveller.-R. Hagon, Charles | Brixton, Surrey : in the Queen's Prison. place, East-street, Walworth, Surrey, baker.-Alfred Judd

(on their own Petitions). Jameson, Bethnal-green-road, Middlesex, eating-house keeper. Wm. C. Newman, Brighton, Sussex, fly proprietor : in the -Edward Chabert, Macclesfield.street, Soho-square, Middle-Gaol of Lewes.-John Till, Leeds, Yorkshire, tailor's foreman: sex, gymnastic artist. - George Barham, Whitechapel-road, in the Gaol of York.-David Crabtree, Bradford, Yorkshire, Whitechapel, Middlesex, manager of the Sun Coffee-house.

grocer: in the Gaol of York.- Thomas Burbidge, Leicester, Charles Bradfield, Uxbridge, Middlesex, tailor.-J. Hunter,

attorney: in the Gaol of Leicester.-Isaac Bennett, ChorltonBrook-st., West-sq., Lambeth, Surrey, commercial traveller.

on-Medlock, Manchester, veterinary surgeon : in the Gaol of -R. Harris, Osborn-place, Whitechapel, Middlesex, farrier. Manchester.—Wm. Henry Holland, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Saturday, Feb. 10.

Manchester, vesting manufacturer : in the Gaol of Manchester. Assignees have been appointed in the following Cases. Fur. -John Aarons, Manchester, grocer : in the Gaol of Man.

ther particulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal. chester.-Richard Butler, Nottingham, out of business : in street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the the Gaol of Nottingham.-George Hampton, Patcham, Sus. Case.

sex, innkeeper: in the Gaol of Lewes.--John Howarth, LanWm. Maides, St. John-street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, caster, cabinet maker : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Somerville straw salesman, No. 64,878 T.; George Gosling, assignee.

Steven, Berwick-on-Tweed, wire worker : in the Gaol of BerHenry James Tarling, St. John-street, Clerkenwell, Middle.

wick-on-Tweed.-Nathaniel Barnsdall, Nottingham, linseed sex, straw salesman, No. 64,879 T.; George Gosling, assignee.

crusher : in the Gaol of Nottingham. - Richard Guntor, - Samuel Lamb, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, in no business,

Chatteris, Ely, Cambridgeshire, shoemaker: in the Gaol of No. 79,043 C. ; Joseph Woodhouse, assignee.- John Mellor,

Cambridge.- John Fardon, Reading, Berkshire, out of busi. Wooldale Town End, Kirkburton, Yorkshire, out of business,

ness : in the Gaol of Reading.- Benjamin Tasker, ManchesNo. 79,101 C.; John Armitage, assignee.--James Wainhouse,

ter, plumber : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-John Heap, Haber. Norland, near Halifax, Yorkshire, farmer, No. 79,120 C.;

gam Eaves, Burnley, Lancashire, overlooker to a card room : Wm. E. Bott, assignee.-Wm. Arnold. Bacton, near Fin' in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Henry J. Green, Charlestown, ningham, Suffolk, veterinary surgeon, No. 79,245 C.; John

Lancashire, out of business : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Wm. Arnold, assignee.-Moses Cocks, Ipswich, Suffolk, baker,

Arnold, Hulme, Manchester, out of business: in the Gaol of No. 79,348 C.; Wm. Dawson, assignee.-J. Stephens, Bath,

Lancaster.-Joseph Buckley, Salford, Lancashire, out of buSomersetshire, licensed victualler, No. 79,109 C.; Robert R.

siness : in the Gaol of Lancaster.—John Scarlett, Hulme, Bailey, assignee.-James Hopkinson, Bury, Lancashire, out

Manchester, bricklayer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.—John S. of business, No. 79,220 C.; Robert Crossland, assignee.-J.

Nichols, Stretford, Manchester, estate agent: in the Gaol of Casey, Preston, Lancashire, out of business, No. 79,292 C.;

Lancaster.—John Jackson, North Moor, Oldham, Lancashire, James Duckett, assignee.

cotton-waste spinner : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Edward

Lees, Hulme, Manchester, general agent: in the Gaol of Saturday, Feb. 10.

Lancaster.-Wm. Heap, Manchester, butcher : in the Gaol of Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee Lancaster.-James Crompton, Oldham, Lancashire, out of the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:

| business : in the Gaol of Lancaster. (On their own Petitions).

The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Charles Goffe, Hammersmith, Middlesex, cabinet maker :

the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt in the Queen's Prison.- Robert Cross, St. Mary's-terrace,

with according to the Statute:Walworth-road, Surrey, bookseller: in the Gaol of Surrey.

Feb. 27 at 10, before the Chier COMMISSIONER. Sheppard Robert Butler, Harleford-road, Vauxhall, Surrey,

Charles Stockley, East-street, Manchester-square, Middleupholsterer : in the Queen's Prison.-Samuel Daniell, Judd.

sex, baker.- Thomas Edgeller, Elizabeth-street South, Pimstreet, Brunswick-square, Middlesex, plumber: in the Debtors

lico, Middlesex, carpenter.-Henry H. Eames, RichmondPrison for London and Middlesex.-John Cumming, Maiden.

road, Caledonian-road, Islington, Middlesex, baker. head, Berkshire, upholsterer : in the Debtors Prison for Lon

Feb. 27 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. don and Middlesex.-Edward Williams, Park.street, Dorset

George Stevens, High-street, Lower Homerton, Middlesex, square, Marylebone, Middlesex, plumber : in the Debtors out of business.

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COURT of CHANCERY: comprising EQUITABLE ESTATES of THOMAS EYRE, assignee of Richard John Hicks, a bankrupt, and INTERESTS; their Nature, Qualities, and Incidents; in which is owner, ex parte Richard Wingfield Hicks, William Hicks, Henry incorporated, so far as relates to those Subjects, the substance of Edmund Hicks, and Frederick Benjamin Hicks, infants, by Edmond "MADDOCK'S PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF THE COURT OF CHANJohnston Figgis, their guardian and next friend, petitioners.--The CERY." By GEORGE SPENCE, Esq., Q.C.

Commissioners having ordered a sale of the upper mills of Loader's..* Vol. I may be had, price 11. Ils. 6d. boards.

park, near Harolds, and the mill-ponds and watercourses thereto Stevens & Norton, 26, Bell-yard, Lincoln's-inn.

belonging, and the machinery and utensils therein, and Loader's-park

fields, situate in the baronies of Newcastle and Upper Cross and county CONTRACT FOR IRON TANKS.

of Dublin, and the lands of Kilmacanogue, situate in the half barony of DEPARTMENT of the COMPTROLLER for VICTUALLING a Rathdown and county of Wicklow, all parties objecting to a sale of the TRANSPORT SERVICES, Somerset-place, Feb. 3, 1855.

said lands, or having any claims thereon, are hereby required to take THE Commissioners for execut g the Office of Lord

notice of such order. Dated this 6th day of February, 1855.

HENRY CAREY, Secretary. 1 Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland do

WILLIAM WHITTON, Solicitor, (having carriage of sale), bereby give notice, that on Thursday, the 1st of March next, at 1 o'clock, they will be ready to treat with such persons as may be willing to

18, Middle Gardiner-street, Dublin. CONTRACT for SUPPLYING, and delivering into her Majesty's Victualling Stores at Deptford, all such IRON TANKS, and spare articles, IN CHANCERY.-" Coldwell v. Holme."-West Derby, and articles for repairs, as shall from time to time be required, under a


Dear Liverpool.-Freehold and Copyhold Estate.--To be SOLD contract for three years certain, and afterwards until the expiration of by AUCTION. by Messrs. THOMAS WINSTANLEY & SONS, three months' warning.

at the Clarendon Rooms, Liverpool, on Thursday, the 15th day of Patterns of the tanks and articles may be seen at the Victualling-yard

| March, 1855, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, in one lot, pursuant to an at Deptford, and a form of the tender and the conditions of the contract

Order of the High Court of Chancery made in the above cause, and may be obtained at the said office; or on application to Commander

der with the approbation of the Vice-Chancellor Sir John Stuart, the Judge Bevis, at Liverpool: or the Collector of Customs, at Bristol. No tender to whoes Cm

to whose Court the said cause is attached, a FREEHOLD and COPYwill be received after I o'clock on the day of treaty, por any noticed,

HOLD ESTATE, situate at West Derby, consisting of a copyhold unless made on the printed form provided for the purpose."

messuage or tenement, outbuildings, kitchen and pleasure gardens, Every tender must be addressed to the Secretary of the Admiralty,

together with three crofts, closes, or parcels of land thereunto belongand bear in the left-hand corner the words “Tender for Tanks;" and

ing, situate and being near Club Moor, within and held of the manor of must also be delivered at Somerset-place.

West Derby, Lancashire, and estimated to contain, with a small piece

of land laid thereto as an incroachment from the waste, three acres of CONTRACTS FOR WHEAT, OATS, AND VINEGAR.

the large measure there used, or thereabouts; and a freehold field, DEPARTMENT of the COMPTROLLER for VICTUALLING and!

called Hawkhurst, situate in Club Moor aforesaid, and containing TRANSPORT SERVICES, Somerset-house, Feb. 7, 1855.

1A. IR. 5p. of the large measure there used, or thereabouts; which said THE Commissioners for execu the Office of Lord

freehold and copyhold estate contains in the whole eight statute acres • Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland door thereabouts of excellent land, well situate for building purposes, and hereby give notice, that on Thursday, the 22nd inst., at 1 o'clock, they abutting upon the valuable properties of John Pemberton Heywood, will be ready to treat with such persons as may be willing to CON. Esq., and Benjamin H. Jones, Esq., and late in the occupation of the TRACT for SUPPLYING, and delivering into her Majesty's Vic defendant, John Holme, but now of Mr. William Walton, as yearly tualling Stores at Deptford, the under-mentioned ARTICLES, viz. tenant, at 801. per annum. The copyhold part of the premises is subject

Wheat, 3000 quarters; Oats, 500 quarters; Vinegar, 20,000 gallons; to a yearly quit rent of 2s. 4d., and to a nominal fine on death or alienhalf of each to be delivered in three weeks, and the remainder in three |ation. The freehold part is subject to a perpetual yearly rent of weeks afterwards, or earlier if preferred by the party tendering.

11. 168. 2d. The premises may be viewed by permission of the tenant, Their Lordships reserve to themselves the power, when the tenders i and particulars and conditions may be had of Mr. Potts, Solicitor, I, are opened, of contracting either for the whole, or for such part thereof | Lancaster-place, Strand, London; of Mr. Finker, Solicitor, 10, Symond'sonly as they may deem fit, or for a greater quantity, or of not contracting inn, Chancery-lane, London; of Mr. William Hinde, Solicitor, Peel'sfor any; and also an unlimited power of selection.

buildings, Harrington-street, Liverpool: of Mr. James Nicholson, Soli. A proportional part of the price per bushel of wheat will be paid for citor. Warrington; at the Clarendon Rooms aforesaid; and of Messrs. any weight exceeding 60lbs. per bushel.

Winstanley & Sons, Liverpool. Tenders may be made for the whole or any portion of any one of the above articles, and every tender must specify in words, as well as in figures, the prices at which the articles may be offered.

ST. MICHAEL, Cornhill.-To be LET upon Building Samples of the wheat and oats (not less than two charts of

Leases. for a term of 60 years, the SITES of the FREEHOLD be produced by the parties tendering.

HOUSES, Nos. 44, 45, 46, and 47, Cornhill.-The Church wardens and The samples produced by persons whose contracts are not accepted are

Committee of Overseers will meet in the Vestry Room of St. Michael's requested to be taken away by them immediately after the contracts Church, Cornhill, on Wednesday, the 28th day of February, at 11 o'clock have been decided.

precisely, to receive TENDERS from parties desirous of taking any of No tender will be received unless made on the printed form provided the above SITES, which are divided into Three Lots. The terms and for the purpose, and which may be obtained on application at the said conditions may be seen, or printed copies of the same obtained, on payoffice : or to Commander Bevis, conducting the Packet Service, at ment of 58., upon application to Mr. Alfred R. Mason, architect and Liverpool; or to the Collector of Customs, at Bristol.

surveyor, 9, Great St. Helen's; or to Mr. Henry Hoppe, Vestry Clerk, The conditions of the revised contracts, to which particular attention is 3, Sun-court, Cornhill.Parties tendering must send in tenders to the called, may be seen at the said office, and at Liverpool and Bristol. No Vestry Clerk on or before the 27th of February, under cover, addressed teader will be received after 1 o'clock on the day of treaty, and it will to the Churchwardens, and indorsed “Tender for Gronnd in Cornhin," not be required that the party tendering, or an agent on his behalf, and must be personally in attendance at half past 11 o'clock on the said should attend at the office on the day of contract, as the result of 28th of February. The Churchwardens and Overseers do not bind themthe offer received from each person will be communicated to him in selves to accept the highest or any other tender. Should any tender be

accepted, the party tendering will be required thereupon to sign the Every tender must be addressed to the Secretary of the Admiralty, memorandum annexed to the conditions. and bear in the left-hand corner the words “Tender for " and must also be delivered at Somerset-house.

MILTON BANK COTTAGE, Carmarthenshire.-To be

VI LET, with immediate possession, either furnished or unfurnished, HEREFORDSHIRE.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, the pleasingly situate COTTAGE RÉSIDENCE, Milton Bank, with

by Mr. J. H. SUNDERLAND, (pursuant to a Decree of the walled garden, lawn, superior stabling and loose boxes, coach-houses, High Court of Chancery, made in a cause of “Harris v. Watkins"), with well-arranged farm-yard and premises, and nearly 20 acres of at the Mitre Hotel, in the city of Hereford, on Thursday, March 29, first-rate meadow and arable land. Is situate within one mile of the at 8 o'clock.--Lot 1. TWO MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, situate town of Laugharne, distant about two miles from the station of the in Church-street, in the city of Hereford, held for the remainder of a South Wales Railway at St. Clears, and within twenty minutes' walk term of twenty-nine years from the 2nd February, 1833, granted by the of the parish church, (where the service is performed in English), in custos and vicars of Hereford Cathedral, and renewable septennially on which there is a pew belonging to the house. This desirable resipayment of a fine. Lot 2. A Farm at Tupsley, in the county of Here- dence, commanding extensive and beautiful views, possesses every ford, within two miles of the city of Hereford, comprising a farm-house comfort that a recent and well-directed expenditure could produce, and and buildings, and 56 A. 18. 37P. of arable, meadow, and orchard land, of embraces on the ground floor well-proportioned drawing-room, diningwhich about twenty-eight acres are copyhold of inheritance, and the re room, entrance-hall, small study, and three excellent bed-rooms, with mainder leasehold for lives, held under the Bishop of Hereford. This butler's pantry, capital kitchen, scullery, closets, &c. Over the north Jot is now in the occupation of Mr. Richard Phillips, at a yearly rent of end of the house are two good bed-rooms, with servants' rooms; and in 801. Lot 3. Pour Inclosures of Meadow Land, at Tupsley aforesaid, called the basement are two capital wine and beer cellars. The cottage has Barnes Meadow and Bridge-green Meadow, containing 15A. TR. 11P.) within the last two years been thoroughly repaired and tastefully decoBarnes Meadow is leasehold for lives, held under the Bishop of Here- rated, and may be fairly said to be one of the most desirable cottage resiford Bridge-green Meadow is copyhold of inheritance. This lot is in dences in Wales. The furniture, which is all nearly new, and selected the occupation of Messrs. E. L. Bristow and S. Jones, at rents amount with exquisite taste from a London house, will either be let with the ing to 381. per annum. It is the custom of the Bishop of Hereford house, or may be purchased by valuation. To a sportsman, this admired 20 renew, on the dropping of a life, the leases, on payment of a fine. cottage presents singular advantages, being situate within an easy disShould this lot not be sold, it is intended to offer Barnes Meadow (con tance of all the meets of the celebrated Carmarthenshire Fox-hounds, taining 12 acres, and let at 301.) as one lot, and Bridge-green Meadow and in the immediate neighbourhood is some of the best trout and (containing 3A. IR. 11 P., and let at 8l. per annum) as another separate salmon fishing in Wales; the neighbourhood also affords excellent lot. Printed particulars, with a map of the second and third lots, may shooting. The market and post town of Laugharne is situate on the be had gratis of Messrs. Smith & Son, 16, Southampton-street, Blooms Carmarthen Bay, within an easy distance of the admired and celebrated bury: Messrs. Robinson, Queen-street-place; and Messrs. Hall & bathing-place, Tenby; possesses select and good society, with an exHunt, New Boswell-court, Solicitors, London; of Mr. Hurnfrys, Mr. cellent and cheap market. Por terms, and permission to view the Pritchard, and Mr. Symonds. Solicitors; of Mr. W. H. Apperley, Land , house, apply to Mr. George Goode, land-agent, &c., at his offices, QuaySurveyor; the Auctioneer; and place of sale, Hereford.

street, Carinarthen.


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grateful for to a generous public, yet the magnitude of the Patriotic

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applicants (weekly increasing) who throng the doors of this Hospital 1 a Magazine of Domestic Economy, Entertainment, Instruction, wretched, indeed, to have to endure such pain with such poverty. and Practical Science.

As a means to relief, the most generous diet, expensive medicines, and The following are types of the opinion formed of THE FAMILY FRIEND, liberality in maintenance and comforts are absolute requisites. These and expressed by upwards of Three Hundred Newspapers.

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to the rich, humane, and good to aid them. “This well-known work still continues to cater as successfully as ever Subscriptions will be most thankfully received by the Treasurer, for its readers. It is truly amazing what a variety of useful matters are

William Loxham Farrer, Esq., 66, Lincoln's-inn-fields: Bankers discussed in this little 'serial."-Ayr Observer, Jan. 9, 1855.

Messrs. Coutts & Co., Strand; Messrs. Hatchards, Pall-mall; Messrs. “An interesting and instructive companion."-Aberdeen Free Press, Rivingtons, Waterloo-place; and Messrs. Nisbets, Berners-street. Jan. 19, 1855.

Secretary's Office, i, Cannon-row, Parliament-street, open from 10 :-“ Most excellent. Quite a family periodical.” - Arbroath Guide, till 5,

By order, W.J, COCKERILL, Sec. Jan. 6, 1855.

“This excellent repertory of amusement and instruction is consider METROPOLITAN DISPENSARY and CHARITABLE ably ahead of its predecessors, both in the character of its papers and 1 FUND, Pore-street, Cripplegate.-The OFFICE of PHYSICIAN

ns. We have great pleasure in commending it to public to this Charity being VACANT, by the resigna notice and support "-Brechin Advertiser, Jan. 30, 1855.

the senior physician, gentlemen fully qualified, and who may desire "This charming little magazine, which we have often had occasion to fill the same, are informed that testimonials will be received at to speak of approvingly, is again before us..... We can assure our the Dispensary until 7 o'clock on Wednesday evening, the 7th March, readers it is worthy of all encouragement..... It is a pleasure to re when the Committee will meet to examine them, and fix the day of conmend such a modest, yet useful, little work."--Border Advertiser, election. Jan. 12, 1855.

All further particulars relating to the institution and the duties of It is a magazine eminently suited for family reading, and the culti- | the office may be obtained upon application to Mr. Garthwood, the vation of a high family taste." ---Cheltenham Journal, Jan. 20, 1855. resident medical officer, or to the Secretary.

"This pleasant litele monthly, with which, we have no doubt, t 7231 patients were relieved last year, exclusive of about 5000 cases great majority of our readers are already familiar, wen

of cholera and diarrhea only. wish every success."-Coleraine Chronicle, Jan. 20, 1855.

Donations and subscriptions will be thankfully received by the "Sixteen volumes have already met with considerable success, and bankers, Messrs. Dimsdale & Co., 50, Cornhill; by the Secretary; or at the number before us seems equally fitted to sustain its well-earned | the Dispensary. -44, Jewin-street, City, Feb. 14, 1855. reputation."-Dover Chronicle, Jan. 6, 1855.

By order of the Committee, C. E. STRONG, Sec. "This is one of the very best of our monthlies for the family.". Fifeshire Journal, Jan. 18, 1855.

URGENT APPEAL to the WEALTHY.-In consequence " Particularly interesting, as it contains lucid and ample instructions for the present fashionable and truly elegant drawing-room employments."

U of the continued severity of the weather, an overwhelming num-Galway Express, Jan. 13, 1855.

ber of destitute sick persons, more especially unfortunate females, "A very cheap, useful, and unpretending little serial.”—Ipswich

suffering under aggravated and contagious diseases, have sought refuge Express, Jan. 9, 1855.

at the ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL, Gray's-inn-road. From want of “Our old friend wears a new face, a new series having been entered

funds alone the medical officers have been compelled to refuse them upon."-Kilkenny Moderator, Jan. 10, 1855.

ac mission into the wards, although many of the wretched applicants “This excellent and cheap little periodical, which we have so fre

had neither home nor bed. Unless timely aid can be given, numbers quently noticed with commendation and approval, has appeared in a

of these poor sufferers must perish. The Hospital has three large new and more attractive shape. It is an admirable miscellany."

wards unoccupied, which may be at once made available if this appeal King's County Chronicle, Jan. 4, 1855.

is responded to by the merciful and affluent. John Masterman, Esq., "A cheap periodical, comprising a large amount of useful informa

M.P., Nicholas-lane, is treasurer, and by whom donations will be tion, tales, essays, household hints, designs for the work table, and

thankfully received; also by the following bankers:-Messrs. Coutts &

Co.; Drummond & Co.: Herries & Co.; Ransom & Co.; Prescott, Grote, miscellaneous articles. It will be found fully to merit its title."Kent Herald, Jan. 11, 1855.

& Co.; Smith, Payne, & Co.; Glyn & Co.; Jones Loyd & Co.; Barclay “This is one of the cheapest of our monthly miscellaniec, but not the

& Co.; Denison & Co.; Williams, Deacon, & Co.; Overend, Gurney, & least important or interesting....,. In fact, no pains appear to be

Co.; Masterman & Co.; by Messrs. Nisbet & Co., Berners-street; and at spared to render it in reality a Family Friend,' and a welcome visitor

the Hospital. to the domestic circle."--Plymouth Journal, Jan. 25, 1855. - "The parlour table is not complete if among the books that are scat- SPECIAL APPEAL for the POOR.-SOUP KITCHEN, tered on it the 'Family Friend' is absent."---Paisley Journal, Jan. 27, 1855. N Ham-yard, Great Windmill-street, St. James's.—The severity of

“Occupies a leading position among the most popular periodicals of the present winter has driven a largely increased number of indigent the day." --Roscommon Weekly Messenger, Jan. 13, 1855. ..

and unemployed persons to seek the assistance of this charity; and "This well-known domestic magazine is now published montbly." although upwards of 1000 have been daily served with a meal of good Wiltshire County Mirror, Jan. 19, 1855.

soup and bread, it is painful to state that from want of funds many "An old friend in a new form. This is one of the cheapest and most could have no relief. entertaining of the cheap periodicals. It has this particular recom The Committee, therefore, call upon the public to aid them in their mendation, that it is as good as cheap."-Western Luminary, Jan. endeavour to alleviate the suffering around, and to visit the Kitchen at 16, 1855.

three o'clock, and witness the great amount of benefit afforded. London: Ward & Lock, 158, Fleet-street; and sold by all Booksellers Contributions thankfully received at the Bankers, Messrs. Barnett, and Newsmen.

Hoare, & Co., Lombard-street; at the Union Bank of London, Pall-mall SOUP KITCHEN, Palmer-place, Holloway.-SPECIAL

East: by the Treasurer, Mr. W. J. Golbourne, Princes-street, LeicesterAPPEAL.-2200 quarts of nutritious soup have been sold each

square; and at the Office, Ham-yard.

By order of the Committee, week during the winter to the necessitous poor in North Islington, by

Feb. 10, 1855.

JOHN HOBSON, Sec. tickets, at ld. per quart. It is proposed to continue the delivery a month longer than usual, on account of the severity of the weather and the scarcity of work. Contributions will be thankfully received by the

FREEHOLD.-Leeds.-To be peremptorily SOLD, purTreasurer, Samuel Lewis, Esq., 19, Compton-terrace, Islington; or at 1 suant to an Order of the High Court of Chancery, made in & the Soup Kitchen.-The sum of 51. is gratefully acknowledged from

cause “Micklethwait v. Micklethuait," with the approbation of the Miss Irvine, by the hands of Messrs. Hatchard, Piccadilly.

Judge to whose Court the said cause is attached, by Mr. EDWARD

LANCASTER, the person appointed by the said Judge, on Thursday, WESTMINSTER GENERAL DISPENSARY,

the 22nd day of February, 1855, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the 9, Gerrard-street, Soho.--Established 1774.

Royal Hotel, in Leeds, in the county of York, in 10 lots, FREEHOLD Patron—THE QUEEN,

MESSUAGES, Buildings, and Ground, situate in Mabgate and DockPresident- The Duke of NORTHUMBERLAND.

street, Leeds, in the county of York; also a valuable Freehold Paper Committee earnestly solicit the humane and charitable for

Mill, and Paperstainer's Manufactory, situate in Dock-street, Leeds; SUBSCRIPTIONS or DONATIONS in aid of the Funds of this most

all late the property of Thomas Micklethwait, Esq., deceased. Printed useful Society.

particulars and conditions of sale may be had, (gratis), in London, of Subscriptions and donations thankfully received by Messrs. Ransom

Messrs. Perkins & Son, Solicitors, 13, Great James-street, Bedford& Co., bankers, Pall-mall East; or by the Secretary, at the Dispensary row; of Messrs. Johnson, Weatherall, & Sons, Solicitors, 7, King's house,

W. J. G. ESCHMANN, Sec. Bench-walk, Temple; of Messrs. Ridsdale & Craddock, Solicitors, 5, Feb. 7. 1855.

Gray's-inn-square; and of Messrs. Holme, Loftus, & Young, SoliROYAL WESTMINSTER OPHTHALMIC HOSPI. citors, 10, New-inn, Strand: and, in the country, of Mr. Shepherd, IU TAL, Charing-cross.-The ASSISTANCE of the benevolent is

Solicitor, Barnsley; of Messrs. Richardson & Gaunt, Solicitors, Leeds; earnestly entreated in support of this Hospital, which is open to all

of Messrs. Leeman & Clarke, Solicitors, York; of Mr. Birks, Soliindigent persons suffering from diseases of the eye, the funds of which

citor, Hemingfield, near Barnsley; of Messrs. Tyas & Harrison, Soliare wholly inadequate to meet the increasing demands for relief. Six

citors, Barnsley; of Mr. Edward Lancaster, Barnsley, the Auctioneer; thousand poor persons are annually admitted on their own applications;

and at the place of sale, where plans of the property may be seen. there are thirty beds for in-patients, the wards are large and airy, and it is deeply to be deplored that the insufficiency of means for their support Printed by HENRY HANSARD, at his Printing Office, in Parker precludes the admission of only half that number.

Street, in the Parish of St. Giles-in-the-Pields, in the County of MidContributions will be thankfully received by Messrs. Coutts & Co., dlesex; and Published at No. 3, CHANCERY LANE, in the Parish of bankers, Strand; by Messrs. Drummonds, bankers, Charing-cross; by St. Dunstan in the West, in the City of London, by HENRY SWEET the Secretary, Mr. G. C. Farrant; or the housekeeper, Mrs. Silyers, at residing at No. 34, Porchester Terrace, Bayswater, in the County of the Hospital,

| Middlesex.-Saturday, February 17, 1855,

& Co.; Overca.street; and a

"The parlour circle."—Plymouth mily Friend,' andains appear to be

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