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field-street, Borough-road, Surrey, paper makers, dealers Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. ; at 12, div.--. and chapmen, June 23 at 1, and July 14 at 2, Court of Jay, London-wall, London, builder, July 3 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Edwards ; Sol. Lewis, 9, Bankruptcy, London, div.-Gardner Boggs, Wm. Taylor, Grosvenor-st., Bond-st.-- Fiat dated May 21.
and Wm. Shand the younger, Great Winchester-st., London, THOMAS SIMMONS, Wooburn, Buckinghamshire, corn merchants, July 6 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. merchant, corn dealer, farmer, dealer and chapman, June -Robt. Headington, Bath, and Liverpool, laceman, July 2 at 18 at half past 2, and July 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.-'Owen London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sols. Spicer, Great Marlow; Hughes, Holyhead, Anglesea, Carnarvonshire, linen draper, Waller, Finsbury-circus.--Fiat dated June 10.
| July 3 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div. JAMES STAVELY, Manchester, warehouseman, dealer in
CERTIFICATES. printed calicoes and flannels, dealer and chapman, June 24 and July 22 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man.
To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary or of chester : Off. Ass. Fraser; Sols. Marsden, Manchester;
before the Day of Meeting Gregore & Co.. Bedford-row. London.-Fiat dated June 6.) Hannah Walduck, Nelson-square, Blackfriars-road. Sur. JAMES HOLT, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, glove ma- rey, widow, July 7 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.
nufacturer, dealer and chapman, June 23 and July 28 at Thos. Cooper, New Bond-st., Middlesex, umbrella manufac12. District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. | turer, July 3 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-James Christie ; Sols. Huish, Castle Donington; Hebbert, Bir.
Knox, Black Horse-yard, Bond-st., Middlesex, carpenter, mingham.-Fiat dated June 8.
| July 3 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Charles Pitt, DAVID CLARK, Liverpool, leather dealer and cut shoe bil Bristol, licensed victualler, July 6 at 12, District Court of
manufacturer, dealer and chapman, June 22 and July 21 at Bankruptcy, Bristol.-Jas. Robins Croft, Liverpool, commis. 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. sion merchant, July 3 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bird; Sols. Grocott, Liverpool; Johnson & Co., Temple,
Liverpool.-Rich. Foulkes, Soughton, Northop, Flintshire, London.-Fiat dated June 5.
cattle salesman, July 3 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy,
Liverpool. Owen Hughes, Holyhead, Anglesea, CarnarvonMEETINGS.
shire, linen draper, July 3 at ii, District Court of Bank. Peter Rhodes, Manchester, cotton spinner, June 24 at 12, ruptcy, Liverpool. -Edward Hill, Stourport, Worcestershire, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, ch. ass.-Joseph hosier, July 9 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir. Lankshear, Seymour-row, Little Chelsea, Middlesex, surgeon, mingham.-Wm. Nash, Oldbury, Shropshire, grocer, July 4 June 25 at half past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-Thomas ex.-Martin Cubitt, High Holborn, Middlesex, builder, June Harrison, Birmingham, victualler, July 4 at 12, District 23 at half-past 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex. Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. - Thomas Sutton the Herbert Oliver and Hen. Hastings, Cheltenham, Gloucester younger, Atherston, Warwickshire, draper, July 14 at II, shire, butchers, July 2 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. Bristol, last ex.—John Knight, Preston, Lancashire, mercer, To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless June 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before July 3. last ex.--Hen. Marsland, Hazel-grove, within Bosden, Che. Richard Freeman, Edward's-street, Portman-square, Midshire, silk throwster, June 17 at 12, District Court of Bank.
dlesex, hosier.-Wm. Harding, Stockport, Cheshire, cotton ruptcy, Manchester, last ex.--Edward Williams, Northop, manufacturer.-Edward Todd, Bow Church-yard, London, Flintshire, draper, June 22 at 11, District Court of Bank
and Liverpool, warehouseman.-J. Charles Barratt, Strand, ruptcy, Liverpool, last ex.-Jos. Coe, Sise-lane, Bucklersbury, Middlesex, carver and gilder.- Jas. Shepherd Gregson, ManLondon, money scrivener, July 3 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, chester, grocer.-Henry Ward, Widford-mill, near Burford, London, aud. ac.--Jas. Tomlin, St. Michael's-alley, Cornhill, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, and Ludgate-street, London, London, ship broker, July 3 at half-past 1, Court of Bank paper manufacturer.-Michael T. Knight, Bath, Somersetraptcy, London, aud. ac.-W. Cooper, Lower Shadwell, Mid. shire, upholsterer.-Robt. Cann, Woolwich, Kent, boot maker. dlesex, ale brewer, July 7 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, John Clough, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, chymist.–J. Linnit, London, aud. ac.-S. M. Latham, Dover, Kent, banker, July 7 Argyll-place, Regent-street, Middlesex, goldsmith.-Samuel at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud.ac.-M. Griffith and Hutchinson, Bradford, Yorkshire, stock broker.-T. Lupton, P. Pearson, New Bond-st., Middlesex, tailors, July 3 at 11, Leeds, Yorkshire, flax spinner.-T. Kenworthy Rowbotham, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Wm. Stone, Wood. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, book-keeper. st., London, laceman, July 2 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy,
Anderson & Brown, Glasgow, smiths and ironmongers. London, aud. ac.--Jas. Kewley, Liverpool, tailor, July 6 at
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.-W. Hanslip Palmer & W. Ludlam Ollard, Upwell, Cambridge Burns, Rhyl, Flintshire, draper, July 3 at 1, District Court shire, attornies and solicitors.-Wm. Casterton & F. Seekamp of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. - Thos. Pitcairn, Liver Dixon, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, London, attornies pool, merchant, July 6 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, and solicitors.—John Whitelock & Charles Moultrie, Alder. Liverpool, aud. ac.-Geo. Patmore Payne, Liverpool, dealer manbury, London, attornies and solicitors.-G. Humphreys, in optical instruments, July 2 at 11, District Court of Bank. | A. Keightley, Wm. Parkin, Robt. Cunliffe, & H. A. Beatruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. ; July 3 at 12, div.-Richard mont, (so far as respects G. Humphreys and Wm. Parkin), Foulkes, Soughton, Northop, Flintshire, cattle salesman, July attornies and solicitors. 2 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. Wm. Guy Taylor and Eliz. Guy, Liverpool, hosiers, July 2
INSOLVENT DEBTORS at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac.; July
Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, 3 at 1, div.- Robt. Youd and Wm. Rennards, Liverpool,
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from cheese factors, July 3 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Process. Liverpool, aud. ac.-J. Colville and Hugh Colville, Liver James Watts the younger, Blenheim-street, Chelsea, Midpool, merchants, July 3 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, | dlesex, June 18 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. --- John Liverpool, aud. ac.-J. Blundell, Wigan, Lancashire, pawn Ellis, junior, Dean-street, Soho, Middlesex, solicitor's clerk, broker, July 6 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man. June 18 at half past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.chester, aud. ac.; July 7 at 12, div.-J. Nicholson, Black Palmer, Bocking, Essex, licensed victualler, June 18 at 1, burn, Lancashire, linen draper, July 7 at 12, District Court Court of Bankruptcy, London.- George H. Bush, Seymour. of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. ; July 8 at 12, div.- place, Bryanstone-square, Middlesex, out of business, June 6 Thos. Wenman, Birmingham, merchant, July 7 at 12, Dis. at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Woods, Saint trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.-Benjamin Mary's-cottages, Old Kent-road, Surrey, baker, June 18 at Spencer, Nottingham, baker, July 7 at 11, District Court of half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.--Henry Muller, Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.-Chas. Reesby, Stamford, | Bedford-place, Commercial-road East, Middlesex, tobacconist, Lincolnshire, miller, July 7 at half-past 12, District Court of June 18 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-G. Reynolds, Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. and div.-Wm. Hoare, Mendlesham, near Thwaite, Suffolk, innkeeper, June 18 at
half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. -John Houston, maker : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-G. W. Arehbold, LiverChurch-row, Fenchurch-street, London, surgeon, June 25 at pool, master mariner : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Ann Mar. 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. ---George Peacey, East-st., land, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, out of business : in the Globe-fields, Mile-end-road, Middlesex, out of business, June Gaol of Lancaster.-James Spears, Hulme, Manchester, shoe25 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Rich. Gillies Lowe, maker : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-- John Needham, ChorltonChapel-street, Tottenham-court-road, Middlesex, gas fitter, upon-Medlock, Lancashire, pattern card maker : in the Gaol June 23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-.. Walker of Lancaster.-Mary Higham, Ardwick-green, near ManchesHyde, Cumberland-terrace, Camden-town, Middlesex, come ter, out of business: in the Gaol of Lancaster.G. Knowles, dian, June 25 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Charles Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Manchester, grocer: in the Gaol of Wensley, High-street, Putney, Surrey, omnibus proprietor, Lancaster.-Thomas Williamson, Manchester, bobbin maker : June 25 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-C. Frederick in the Gaol of Lancaster.-John Oakden, Manchester, fent Elderton, Wilmington-square, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, clerk dealer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Joseph Dickson, Maccles. to a law stationer, June 25 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon. field, Cheshire, tea dealer : in the Gaol of Chester.-Thomas don.- Joachim de Prati, Tonbridge-place, New-road, Mid. Simmons, Walsall, Staffordshire, saddle-tree maker: in the dlesex, physician, June 25 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon, Gaol of Stafford. --John Williams, Newport, Monmouthshire, don.- John Gibbons, Narrow-street, Limehouse, Middlesex, out of business: in the Gaol of Monmouth. Thos. Pembro, out of business, June 25 at 11, Court of Bankruptey, London. Unnysdee, near Blackwood, Monmouthshire, quarryman: in -John Ramsden, Kensington.gore, Kensington, Middlesex, the Gaol of Monmouth.-Nancy Haworth, Salford, Lan gentleman, June 18 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon. cashire, out of business: in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Andrew don.-Philip Reynolds, London-street, Tottenham-court-rd., Hardman, Lancaster, labourer: in the Gaol of Lancaster. Middlesex, out of business, June 20 at 12, Court of Bank Samuel Walker, Rochdale, Lancashire, grocer: in the Gaol of ruptes, London.-Wm. Rich Honey, Coleford, near Frome, Lancaster. Somersetshire, surgeon, June 26 at 11, District Court of Bank
The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before ruptcy, Bristol.-George Forth, Ripon, Yorkshire, joiner,
the Court, in Portugal-st., on Friday, June 26, at 9. June 16 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.- John
Thomas Yolland the younger, Cromer-street, Brunswick Thes. Lunn, Bradford, Yorkshire, letterpress printer, June 18 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-W. Bower,
square, Middlesex, plumber.-Joseph Bass, Vauxhall-bridgeLittle Sheffield, Yorkshire, saddler. June 19 at 11, Cutlers'? |
road, Westminster, Middlesex, out of business.—John Slater, hall, Sheffield.-James M Crackan, Halifax, Yorkshire, coal
Upper St. George's-place, Albany-road, Camberwell, Surrey,
coal out of business.-Chas. Wm. Elgie, Upper Park-street, Li. dealer, June 16 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.Nicholas Baker, Lain Miles, Norwich, out of business, June
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June 29, at the same hour and place. bam.-William Nutt, Park, Sheffield, Yorkshire, carter, and John W. Wood, Cursitor-street, Chancery-lane, Holborn, wal leader and dealer, June 19 at 11. Cutlers'-hall. Sheffield. - Middlesex, out of business.-Algernon Lawes, Wharf-road, Jos, Wragg, New Lenton, Lenton, Nottinghamshire, Jacquard | Pritchard's-road, Hackney-road, Middlesex, horse dealer. maker, June 19 at 11, Cutlers'-hall, Sheffield.---Rob. Griffiths, 1 John Glindinning, Sloane-street, Chelsea, Middlesex, foreman Sheffield, Yorkshire, spring knife manufacturer, June 19 at to a jeweller. 11, Cutlers'-hall, Sheffield.-Thos. Gill, Port Mahon, Shef. Court-house, APPLEBY, Westmoreland, June 29, at 10. field, Yorkshire, blade forger and pocket knife maker, June 19 John Cookson, Kendal, labourer. at 11, Cutlers'-hall, Sheffield.-- William G. Tharme, Acton
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INSOLVENT DEBTOR'S DIVIDEND. Glamorganshire, law clerk, June 18 at 12, District Court of Aaron Cox, Winchester, gun maker, at Edwards and GoodBankruptcy, Bristol.-John Simpson, Carlisle-street, Soho, win, Winchester : 48. 11d. in the pound. Middlesex, artist, June 25 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Wednesday, June 10.
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to the sum named by him, he awarded that the general
verdict entered for the plaintiff should be set aside, and The case of Paxton v. The Great North of England that the verdict should be entered for the plaintiff on Railway Company, reported in one of our recent Num- the first, and for the defendants on the second and third bers, (ante, p. 430), establishes, if it does not, indeed, issues. The award was made on the 13th November, introduce, a rule of great practical importance in the 1844, and was taken up by the plaintiff. The defendlaw of arbitration. A cause was referred by an order ants received notice of the making of it on the 16th of Nisi Prius, by which it was ordered that there should November, and, on the fourth day of the following be a Ferdict for the plaintiff, subject to the award of a Hilary Term, a rule was moved for and obtained on barrister, and that he should state on the face of his their behalf, for setting aside the award, and entering award such points of law for the opinion and decision of the verdict for the defendants on the several issues. the court thereon as either of the said parties might The court held, first, on the authority of Anderson v. raise and require him so to state. The arbitrator, by his Fuller, (4 Mee. & W. 470; 7 Dowl. P. C. 51), that award, awarded, that, unless the court should otherwise this was, in effect, an application to set aside the direct, the verdict already entered for the plaintiff in award; and, secondly, that it was made too late, and the cause should stand, but that the same should be re- l ought to have been made at the latest within four days duced to a sum named by him.' And, reciting that he of the defendants receiving notice of the making of the | had been required by the plaintiff and the defendants award. respectively to state certain points of law for the opin- As to the first point, in Anderson v. Fuller, an arbiion of the court, proceeded to state all such of the said trator had by his award directed that the verdict should points of law as the evidence before him was capable of stand for the plaintiff on all the issues, but that the raising, and further awarded, that, if the court should damages should be reduced to a certain sum; and then, be of opinion that any of the items which he had dis- | after reciting that he had been requested by the parties allowed to the plaintiff and the defendants respectively to state the facts, he proceeded to set forth the circumought to be admitted, and if the balance resulting from stances of the case, whereby a question was raised, whesuch corrected items should exceed, or should, save as ther the defendant was liable for certain acts of his after mentioned, fall short of the sum before named by co-trustees; and concluded by directing, that if, under him, that the verdict already entered for the plaintiff the circumstances above stated, the defendant was should stand, but that the same should be reduced liable in law to those parts only of the plaintiff's deto such amount of debt as, in the opinion of the mand which were directed by himself, the damages court, should be due to the plaintiff, with 1s. damages, should be reduced to a certain sum; if he was not liainstead of the amount of debt which he had awarded; ble in law for any part, then that the verdict should be bat if the court should be of opinion, upon the point entered for the defendant. And the court held, 'hatan first raised, that the action was not maintainable for application to enter the verdict for the defer.... tau more than the sum paid into court, or if the balance reduce the damages upon the facts stated t; rbiadjudged to be due to the plaintiff upon such corrected trator on the face of his award, ought to na Deen items should be reduced by a sum larger than or equal made (the cause and all matters in difference N Te
ferred) within the second term inclusive after the pub- menced from the making of the award and notice to lication of the award. They were of opinion that it one party, although the other did not receive notice was an express award of the larger amount, and that the until afterwards, as that might altogether prevent him application was, in effect, to set it aside.
from having the award set aside; but, unless we give * In the principal case there was, in like manner, an to the word “publication” two different meanings, it express award of the larger amount, and Anderson v. must be so held. Fuller is expressly in point; but there is this distinc- ! In Brooke v. Mitchell, (6 Mee. & W. 473; 8 Dowl. tion to be observed between the two cases. In Ander- P. C. 392), where & submission required the award to son v. Fuller, as in Barton v. Ransom (3 Mee. & W. be made, and published, and ready for delivery to the 322) and In re Wright and the Cromford Canal Com- parties, and after the award had been made and before pany, (1 Q. B. Rep. 98; 4 Per. & D. 730), the arbi- notice one of the parties died, it was held that the trator had no power given him by the submission to award was made and published, within the meaning of state the facts for the opinion of the court, and unless the submission, before notice. But, in the same case, it he had himself come to an express decision, his award is admitted, that, for the purpose of setting aside an would have been bad; and, indeed, it would seem, award under the statute 9 & 10 Will. 3, c. 15, an award from the last-cited case, that, if the court thought the is only considered to be published when the parties express finding of the arbitrator to be wrong, they could have notice that it is made. And in this sense must the not direct the verdict to be entered according to the term “publication” be used in the rule laid down in hypothetical finding, but must set aside the award in the principal case; but we think it would be more cortoto. The application to the court, therefore, in such rectly expressed, by saying, that an application to set cases is clearly to set aside the award. But, where, as aside an award, where the cause only is referred, must in the principal case, the arbitrator has power to raise be made within the first four days in term, after notice points of law for the opinion of the court, he need not, of the award to the party making the application; and, and indeed ought not, to come to an express decision, subject to the doubt we have suggested as to its applybut should find in the alternative as the court may ing to all awards, we lay it before our readers as the decide the question raised on the face of the award. rule to be observed in practice. (Watson on Awards, 3rd ed., p. 281; Bradbee v. Christs Hospital, 2 Dowl., N. S., 164; Scott v. Vansandau, 8
COURT OF EXCHEQUER. Jur. 1114). To the case of an award so made we ap
TRINITY TERM.-9 VICTORIÆ.—June 12. prehend Anderson v. Fuller is not applicable, and the
This Court will, on Wednesday the 24th day of June application to the court should be regarded not as an application to set aside the award, but, as was argued
instant, or on one or more of the subsequent days in the principal case, as in the nature of an application
| already appointed by Rule of Court for the sittings of for the judgment of the court upon a special case or a
this court after the present term, proceed to give judgspecial verdict. In the one case the award may be acted
| ment on the several rules to shew cause now standing upon without any application to the court, in the other
for judgment. it is inoperative without it.
Read in open court,
BY THE COURT.
T. Dax. In the principal case the arbitrator had improperly, as we think, made an express award, and, therefore, it might well be argued that Anderson v. Fuller was in
COURT OF EXCHEQUER CHAMBER. point; but we venture to suggest, that, if he had made
TRINITY VACATION. his award in the alternative, the court ought to have June 13.-Tindal, C.J., delivered the judgment of adopted a different rule, and have treated the applica- | the court in the following cases :tion as for judgment upon a special case or a special Dimes v. The Grand Junction Canal Company–Judgment verdict. But, whether applicable to awards of this reversed. kind or confined to those in which the arbitrator is! Bynner v. Reginam-Judgment affirmed. bound to come to an express decision, the rule laid Reg. v. The York and North Midland Railway Companydown in the principal case, as to the time for making
Judgment reversed. the application to the court, is of great practical im
Keir v. Leeman Judgment affirmed. portance. Mr. Justice Patteson says, that the applica- June 15.- Tindal, C. J., delivered the judgment of tion ought to have been made on the 19th or 20th No- the court in vember at the latest, the defendants having on the Partridge o. The Bank of England- Judgment for defend16th received notice of the making of the award. ant, so far as relates to the first and second counts, re• Taking the whole of the judgment, the rule is laid down versed; so far as relates to the last count, affirmed. that the application must be made within four days of
Parke, B., delivered the judgment of the court in the publication, if that takes place in term. Mr. Jus
Wedlake v. Gardner-Judgment affirmed. tice Coleridge's dictum in Allenby v. Proudlock, (4 Dowl. P. C. 54; Har. & Woll. 357), which was recognised GENTLEMEN CALLED TO THE BAR. and adopted by the court, is to that effect, and the analogy to motions for new trials upon which they The following Gentlemen have been admitted to the acted leads to the same conclusion. Lord Denman says, degree of Barrister at Law:“It is very desirable that there should be a general rule INNER TEMPLE.—Edmund Law, Esq.; Thomas Inthat these motions should be made within four days from gleby, Esq.; William Henry Richardson, Esq.; Wilthe publication of the award ; it would not bind parties liam Powell, Esq.; William Franks, Esq.; Edwyn from that which is called publication, if it were not so." Henry Vaughan, Esq.; Charles Warner Lewis, Esq.; What, then, is publication? Were the four days to be John Boyle, Esq. calculated from the 13th, when the award was made and MIDDLE TEMPLE, 22nd May, 1846.-John Cockerton, taken up by the plaintiff, or from the 16th, when the Esq.; Thomas Jones, Esq.; Joseph Needham, Esq.; defendants received notice of the making of it? Lord William Thomas Kime, Esq.; Henry Waller, Esq. Denman says, “That is publication, according to rea- | 12th June.—Luke Henry Hansard, Esq., B.C.L.; Josonable construction, which is a notification of the seph Pringle Simpson, Esq., LL.B.; John William award to the party, as much as the giving of the verdict Ellison, Esq.; Charles Bicknell, Esq.; Perry Sparkes, in a case, as we held in Macarthur v. Campbell, (5 B. Esq.; William Digby Seymour, Esq., B.A., Trinity & Adol. 518; 2 Nev. & M. 444).” It would, cer College, Dublin; Frederick Joseph Blake Spurway, tainly, be unjust to hold that the four days com- | Esq., Edward Power, Esq.