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|tion to the Court of Review for the same purpose,

praying in the alternative, that the commissioner Some important cases have lately been decided upon might be ordered to stay any declaration of dividend the jurisdiction of equity, which we think we can- till the hearing of the cause in equity. On this petinot deal with better, than by simply collecting and tion the Court of Review made no order, expressing, stating them to our readers. The first class of these however, an opinion that the commissioner ought not cales has reference to the jurisdiction of the court to to pay any dividends until the plaintiffs should have interfere, in matters apparently properly cognisable in had an opportunity of making an application to the bankruptcy. In Thompson v. Derham and Thompson v. Court of Chancery. Thereupon, a supplemental bil Goodman, (1 Hare, 358), the extent of the jurisdiction was filed, and a motion made for an injunction to reof the Court of Chancery to interfere in the distribution strain the assignees from paying any dividends until of a bankrupt's estate directed by the Court of Bank- the hearing of the cause, or further order. ruptcy, was defined. The material facts of the case were The Vice-Chancellor, Sir James Wigram, appears to these: William Hinde, one of several partners, died have inclined strongly to the opinion, that the court had in January, 1839, leaving large property in the part- no jurisdiction to interfere to prevent the creditors from Dership concern, and appointing some of his co-part- taking advantage of the adjudication of a court of comDers co-executors of his will with other persons not in petent jurisdiction to distribute the bankrupt's estate, the business. The executors allowed the whole of such and refused the motion; and, on appeal, the Lord Chanproperty to remain in the business, contrary to the cellor also refused to interfere. The question of the juristrusts of the will. In December, 1839, the surviving diction of the court to interfere, where by interfering it partners became bankrupt. In May, 1840, a bill was may impeach the decision of a court of concurrent jurisfiled by the persons claiming under the will of Wil- diction, was elaborately discussed by his Honor. The reliam Hinde, for administering the trusts of such will, sult of the whole judgment, which is as guarded as it is and the assignees of the bankrupts were made parties, elaborate, seems to be the limited proposition, that the and against them it prayed, that the plaintiff might Court of Chancery ought not, either on the ground of its have a lien upon the partnership property for what general jurisdiction over trusts or otherwise, to intershould be found due to the estate of William Hinde fere by injunction to restrain a distribution of that which from the partnership; and, among other things, that is admitted to be a bankrupt's property, when such disthe assignees might set apart, out of the assets, & sum tribution is made pursuant to the orders of the court to to answer the debt due to William Hinde's estate, or which the Legislature has expressly given jurisdiction that the plaintiffs might be authorised to enter a claim to distribute bankrupts' estates. And it is not to be for the amount. Pending the suit, the commissioner inferred that Thompson y. Derham decides anything acting under the fiat, was about to declare a dividend: upon the general question, whether the Court of '. , the plaintiffs in the equity suit applied to the court for cery has in no case jurisdiction to interf leave to enter a claim, and to have a fund set apart to over which the Court of Bankruptcy barna · answer it, both of which applications the commis- jurisdiction. sioner refused. The plaintiffs then presented a peti-l The next class of cases relates to the ju

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equity to interfere by way of restraining proceedings at to submit to the decision of the commissioners, they law; and under this head it has been decided, that the were empowered to issue a warrant to the sheriff to Interpleader Acts, (1 & 2 Will.4, c. 58, and 1 & 2 Vict. impanel a jury to assess the amount of compensation to c. 45), apply only to cases where the opposite claims be paid by the company; and it was declared that the made, depend upon purely legal rights, and not to cases verdict of the jury should be conclusive, and should not where one of the claims, although not sustainable at be removed by certiorari or other process whatever. law, may have an equity to support it. In such cases into any of the courts of record at Westminster or any an injunction will be granted to restrain the prosecution other court. There was a subsequent clause, under of proceedings at law under the Interpleader Act, even which the company was authorised to treat with the though those proceedings are taken under an order owner of any coal-works, whose workings should, in the made by one of the common-law judges. This was de- opinion of the company, be dangerous to the canal, for cided in Langton v. Horton, where the defendant Bernie all such coal, &c. as the company might think it rehad assigned to the plaintiff a ship then on her voyage, quisite should be left for the security of the canal; and and her prospective cargo. On the ship coming home, if the company and the coal-owner or worker could not the plaintiff, by a messenger, took possession of her, agree as to the amount of compensation, then it was to and shortly afterwards the sheriff seized the ship and be settled by a jury, according to the clause already cargo under a writ sued out by the defendant Horton, cited. a judgment creditor of Bernie. The sheriff having In the case before the court, a dispute had arisen benotice of the plaintiff's claim, summoned the opposing tween the plaintiffs and the defendant, not merely as to claimants to go before one of the judges, under the In- the amount of compensation that the defendant, who terpleader Act. This was done, and the judge directed was the lessee of a coal-work, was entitled to, but on the an issue. It did not appear that the judge was informed question whether he was entitled to any compensation of the terms of the issue, or had his attention called to at all; and the defendant having brought the matter bethe circumstance of the demands of both claimants not fore commissioners, pursuant, as he alleged, to the act, being purely legal; and it was clear that the parties then the plaintiffs filed their bill, to have it declared that both thought that their demands were purely legal. he was not entitled to any compensation, and to reThe plaintiff afterwards, conceiving his claim to be strain him from proceeding to take any steps for the equitable, filed his bill for a declaration of his rights, purpose of ascertaining the amount of such compenand for an injunction to stay the levying of the amount sation. The court held, that the defendant was entitled of the execution, and to restrain the prosecution of the to compensation, and that being so, was clearly of order under the Interpleader Act. Lord Langdale, M. opinion that the plaintiffs had no equity, upon an alleR., held, that the court had authority to grant such an gation that the tribunal appointed by the Legislature injunction. (Langton v. Horton, 3 Beav. 464). The was not competent to decide the questions submitted to plaintiff paying into court sufficient to answer the de- it, to withdraw the inquiry from such tribunal. fendant's demand, the ship and cargo were ordered to (Barnsley Canal Company v. Twibill, M. R., 7 Beav. be delivered up to him, and the proceedings on the issue 19, affirmed on appeal by the Lord Chancellor). were stayed.

| And, lastly, we will refer to a case upon the jurisdic. It has also been held, that, although in all matters of tion to interfere to restrain acts in the nature of tresfraud, equity has a concurrent jurisdiction with all pass. Generally speaking, equity will not interfere by other courts, yet where the case is of a compound na- way of injunction in cases of trespass, unless the tresture, so that it may be one of legal fraud, with respect pass is of such a nature as to destroy the property in to which a court of law can do complete justice, as well question. But it does not follow that equity will not as equitable fraud, or it may turn out to be one of exercise any interference at all, because the case is one purely equitable fraud, the court will not at once re- of pure trespass. Thus, in a very recent case, where strain proceedings at law, but will allow the proceed the question between the parties arose as to the title to ings at law to go on, to try the legal fraud, reserving a ship, the claim of the plaintiff rested upon his having to the court of equity, if it shall turn out that there is purchased the ship in a colonial port from the captain, no legal fraud, the further inquiry, whether there is such who sold it because it was disabled, and because he fraud as equity only can notice and deal with. (Clarke could not procure any person to repair it, or to advance v. Manning, 7 Beav. 162).

| money to repair it, upon the security of a bottomry The third head under which these cases upon ju- bond. The claim of the defendants, the original ownrisdiction may be classed, is that of interfering with ers, rested upon the allegation that the captain had no the functions of a special tribunal constituted by an power to sell the ship, and that his sale did not take act of Parliament for a special purpose.

the legal title out of them. The circumstances brought By the act of Parliament incorporating a canal before the court on a motion for an injunction were, company, after giving the company the usual powers that the plaintiff, having bought and repaired the ship, to take land, it was declared, that, in order to fix brought it home, and was in the actual possession of the price which was to be paid by the company for it, when the defendants sent men on board to take posany lands which they should require, in case the session on their behalf. The court said the right of the company and the owners should not agree as to the plaintiff (if any) was purely a legal right, and treated the amount of purchase-money, commissioners were ap- case (on that point) as one of pure trespass, and, therepointed, who were to call a meeting, upon being re- fore, would not grant an injunction to prevent the dequested to do so either by the company or by the fendants from interfering with the ship or her cargo, nor owners of the land; and if either of the parties refused to prevent the captain from proceeding in an action on

å bill of exchange given by the plaintiff for the price of JAMES SORBY, Sheffield, Yorkshire, scrivener, lead mer. the ship. But the court thought that it might, if it theshin But the court thanght that it might if it chant, smelter of lead ore, dealer and chapman, July 24 and

Aug. 7 at ll, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. were necessary, take possession of the ship, to preserve

Ass. Freeman ; Sols. Wake, Sheffield; Walter & Pemberher for the benefit of the party who should appear ulti ton, Symond's Inn, London.-Fiat dated June 27. mately to be entitled; and that it ought to put the

SAMUEL GRIFFITHS, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, legal right in a course of speedy trial. The order ulti

wholesale druggist, dealer and chapman, July 7 and Aug. 14

at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. mately made appears to have been, that the defendants Valpy; Sol. Brown, Bilston.-Fiat dated June 25. should bring trover for the ship; no receiver or ma | JOSEPH WARD, Clayton-heights, Bradford, Yorkshire, nager appointed; and liberty to each party to apply to

worsted stuff manufacturer, dealer and chapman, July 20

and Aug. 11 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : obtain the possession or the use of the ship, such party

Of. Ass. Young; Sols. Wavell, Halifax ; Courtenay, Leeds ; giving security to deal with her as the court should direct. Gregory & Co., 1, Bedford-row, London. - Fiat dated This was, in effect, regulating the trial of the legal right, June 30. and taking possession of the ship by the court pend

WILLIAM GRIBBON, Leeds, Yorkshire, dealer in glass and

china, dealer and chapman, July 21 and Aug. 11 at 11, ing the trial of such right. (Ridgway v. Roberts, 4

District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope; Hare, 106). And semble, that, under the circum Sols. J. and J. E. Upton, Leeds; Few & Co., Henrietta-st., stances of this case, the plaintiff having a sort of title,

London. ---Fiat dated July 1. that is, claiming under the defendants' agent, who, whe


Yorkshire, flax and tow spinners, dealers and chapmen, July ther he had actually made a good title or not, had 21 and Aug. 11 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : clearly power under some circumstances to make a good Off. Ass. Hope; Sols. Cariss, Leeds ; Williamson & Co., title, if it had been shewn that the defendants were

Gray's Inn, London.— Fiat dated June 23.

GEORGE BURY, Handsworth, Staffordshire, surgeon, about to destroy the ship, or otherwise to deal with it

druggist, and apothecary, July 9 and Aug. 8 at 12, District in a way for which damages would not be an adequate Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston; compensation, the court would have power to grant an Sols. Motteram & Knowles, Birmingham; Smith & Co., injunction. On this point, the dictum of the court iniunction. On this point the dirtom of the court Bedford-row, London.-Fiat dated June 25.

WILLIAM SUDLOW, Liverpool, warehouse-keeper, wharfstrictly followed the analogy furnished by the cases

inger, dealer and chapman, July 15 and Aug. 11 at 11, upon trespass, where the trespass goes the length of District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Bird; taking away the substance of the estate.

Sols. Green, Liverpool : Gregory & Co., Bedford-row,

London.—Fiat dated June 30.
JOHN BARTON, Birkenhead, Cheshire, stone mason and

builder, July 17 and Aug. 11 at 11, District Court of BankLondon Gazettes.

ruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Turner; Sols. Greene, Liver. pool; Marples & Co., Frederick's-place, London.-Fiat

dated July 2. TUESDAY, JULY 7.

ROBERT BAKER, Christchurch, Monmouthshire, farmer BANKRUPTS.

and cattle and sheep dealer, dealer and chapman, July 21 at

12, and Aug. 18 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, BrisBENJAMIN KENT, Rosherville, Kent, out of business,

tol: Off. Ass. Acraman; Sols. Jones & Son, Bristol.-Fiat July 14 and Aug. 14 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London : 1 dated July 1. Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Batley, Gray's-inn-square.—Fiat | GEORGE HORNSBY, Lesbury, Northumberland, builder, dated June 6.

July 13 at 12, and Aug. 25 at 1, District Court of BankALFRED REED and SAMUEL JOHN POWELL, Tot

ruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Off. Ass. Wakley; Sols. tenham-court-road, Middlesex, ironmongers, dealers and

Bennet & Co., 9, Scott's-yard, Cannon-street, London.chapmen, (trading under the style or firm of Reed & Co.), Fiat dated July 1. July 14 at 1, and Aug. 20 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Barton, Wolsingham

MEETINGS. place, Kennington-road.—Fiat dated July 6.

Thos. Showell, Ludgate-st., Ludgate-hill, London, tailor, WILLIAM JOY, Tonbridge, Kent, plumber and glazier, July 22 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex.John

dealer and chapman, July 17 at 1, and Aug. 20 at half-past Dailey and Alfred Inskipp, Long-lane, Bermondsey, Surrey, 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off, Ass. Alsager; Sols. | leather manufacturers, July 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Stenning & Carnell, Tonbridge; Stenning, Long-lane, Ber London, last ex.—Jas. Stuttard, Manchester, cotton spinner, mondsey.- Fiat dated July 6.

| July 13 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ROBERT ARTHUR FITZHARDINGE KINGSCOTE, ex.-Fred. Plank, Plymouth, Devonshire, perfumer, July 28 at Sandgate, Kent, (lately carrying on business at Nicholas

11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac.; July 29 at lane, Lombard-street, London, with Alexander Beattie. | 11, div.-J. Livingston and T. Brittain, Manchester, plumbers, Fran. Macnaghten, and Atkinson Wilkin, as merchants, under | July 30 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. the style or firm of Beattie & Co.), July 15 at 11, and Aug. ac. and fin. div.-J. Robinson, Salford, Lancashire, millwright, 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Graham ; July 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, Sols. Beddome & Weir, Nicholas-lane, London.-Fiat dated aud. ac.; July 29 at 12, div.-Thomas Findley, Manchester, July 6.

| plasterer, July 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, ManHENRY WOODTHORPE, Aveley, Essex, grocer, dealer chester, aud. ac.; July 29 at 12, div.-Geo. Russell, Birmingand chapman, July 17 at 12, and Aug. 21 at 11, Court of

ham, merchant, July 28 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Turquand; Sol. Catlin, Birmingham, aud. ac.—John Clarke, Rich. Mitchell, Joseph Ely-place, Holborn.- Fiat dated July 1.

Philips, and Thos. Smith, Leicester, bankers, July 28 at halfJOHN FARRER, Curtain-road, Shoreditch, Middlesex, ca

past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. binet manufacturer, July 14 at 11, and Aug. 22 at 2, Court sep. est. Thos. Smith.-Jos. Ankrett, Walsall, Staffordshire, of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Groom; Sol. Taylor,

grocer, July 30 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, BirMoorgate-street, City.-Fiat dated July 3.

mingham, fin. div.-Geo. Watson, Gateshead, Durham, bookWHEATLEY KIRK, Salford, Lancashire, (lately carrying

seller, July 31 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcason business at Leeds, Yorkshire, under the style or firm of tle-upon-Tyne, div. Wheatley Kirk & Co.), stock and share broker, dealer

CERTIFICATES. and chapman, July 18 and Aug. 7 at 11, District Court of To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hobson ; Sols. Atkin

before the Day of Meeting. son & Co., Manchester ; Abbott, Charlotte-st., London.- Jas. Whitelaw and Thos. Whitelaw, Lichfield-street, Soho, Fiat dated July 1.

| and Store-st., Bedford-sq., Middlesex, builders, July 28 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Rob. Nelson, Great Portland.!

Saturday, July 4. street, Middlesex, hotel keeper, July 29 at 11, Court of Banko | Orders have been made, desting in the Provisional Assignee ruptcy, London.-Wm. Darnborough, Richmond, Surrey, tailor, July 29 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm.

the Estates and Effects of the following Persons :John Haddan, Tottenham, Middlesex, brewer, July 29 at 12,

(on their own Petitions). Court of Bankruptcy, London. — Robert Smith, Sussex. John Howlett, Salmon's-lane, Limehouse, Middlesex, li. place, Tottenham-court-road, Middlesex, cabinet maker, July censed dealer in beer: in the Debtors Prison for London and 29 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Bucknell Middlesex.- Peter Parent, Air-street, Piccadilly, Middleser, Lemon, North-end, Croydon, Surrey, ironmonger, July 28 at tailor: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. I, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— Alex. Beattie and Fran | Wm. James Cockerill, York-road, Lambeth, Surrey, clerk to cis Macnaghten, Nicholas-lane, Lombard-st., London, mer- a railway company: in the Debtors Prison for London and chants, July 29 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Thos. | Middlesex. — George Marston Newman, New-street-mews, Fidgen, Liverpool, shoe manufacturer, July 28 at 11, District

Dorset-square, Middlesex, horse dealer : in the Debtors Prison Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-John Cooke, Cheltenham, for London and Middlesex.– Walter Banfield, Richmond. Gloucestershire, auctioneer, July 31 at 12, District Court of grove, Barnsbury-road, Islington, Middlesex, tailor: in the Bankruptcy, Bristol.-John Cadogan the younger, Brecon, | Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-James D. Baring, stay warehouseman, July 31 at 1], District Court of BankRupert-street, Haymarket, Middlesex, gentleman: in the ruptcy, Bristol. - Peter Rhodes, Manchester, cotton spinner, Queen's Prison.-Elizabeth Bartlett, Abbotsbury, Dorset. July 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.- shire, widow: in the Gaol of Dorchester.-John Keenan, Li. Wm. Fox and Jas. Fox, Manchester, oil and colourmen, verpool, agent : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Wm. Finnimore, July 30 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.- Oreston, Plymstock, Devonshire, master mariner : in the Gaol John Hayes, Newton, Manchester, manufacturing chemist, of St. Thomas the Apostle.-John Maunder, Bideford, DeJuly 31 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.- vonshire, innkeeper: in the Gaol of St. Thomas the Apostle. David Thomson, Stanley Spring Bleach Works, Walmersley- -Isaac Hartley, Hallas-bridge, near Bingsley, Yorkshire, cum-Shuttleworth, Bury, Lancashire, bleacher, July 30 at 11, worsted spinner : in the Gaol of York.-Eliz. Bradbury, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.

Weakey, near Dobcross, Saddleworth, Yorkshire, shopkeeper: To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless in the Gaol of York.-Fras. E. Wilkinson, York, school. Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before July 28.

master: in the Gaol of York.--Ambrose Sutton, Liverpool, Henry Blunt, Woolton, Lancashire, licensed victualler,

bookkeeper : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- James Andrets, Thos. Barnabus Daft, Birmingham, button maker.- Charles

Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire, cheese dealer : in the Gaol of Dor

chester.-John Hunt, Hadham-cross, Great Hadham, HertOswald Robson, Finsbury-st., Finsbury-square, Middlesex,

fordshire, corn and coal dealer : in the Gaol of Hertford. plasterer. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Matthew Paramore and Alfred Copp, Bridgwater, Somer- the Couri, in Portugal-st., on Tuesday, July 21, at 9. setshire, attornies and solicitors.-Wm. Jefferys and Richard

George Frost, Trafalgar-place, Edmonton, Middlesex, Bathurst, Faversham, Kent, attornies, solicitors, and convey.

brewer's commission agent.-Wm. Pike the elder, Uxbridge, ancers.

Middlesex, licensed victualler.-J. Wilkinson, Tysoe-street, INSOLVENT DEBTORS

Clerkenwell, Middlesex, wood engraver.—John Baptiste Roret, Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, I High Holborn, Middlesex, artificial flower maker.-Mickael

and hare obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Coleman, Drury-lane, Middlesex, licensed dealer in beer. Process.

July 22, at the same hour and place. Frederick Hymer Pearce, Pleasant-place, Clapham, out of

Roger Robson, Jeffery's-terrace, Bridge-street East, Milebusiness, July 23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-W. Parbury Hughes, Park-lane, Liverpool-road, St. Mary, Is.

end Old-town, Middlesex, provision merchant.-C. Thorpe

the younger, Weymouth-street, New Kent-road, Surrey, shoe. lington, Middlesex, out of business, July 23 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Geo. Gingell, Chatham, Kent, beer

maker. shopkeeper, July 16 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Court-house, Leicester, (County), July 22, at 10. Jos. Scaplehorn, Cambridge, out of business, July 23 at 11,

Edward Jas. Inchley, Drayton, out of business.- William Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Henry Cowper, Rochester, Kent, secretary of the Grand London and Dublin Approxima

Inchley, Drayton, out of business.—John Garner, Leicester,

hosier. tion Railway Company, July 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- John Eden Spalding, Albemarle-street, Piccadilly, Court-house, COVENTRY, (City), July 23, at 10. Middlesex, July 14 at 3, Court of Bankruptcy, London.Jas. Davis, Charlotte-st. West, Chalk-road, St. Mary, Isling.

Wm. Jester the younger, Birmingham, victualler. ton, Middlesex, compositor, July 13 at 12, Court of Bank. Court-house, BEAUMARIS, Anglesey, July 21, at 10. ruptcy, London.-Wm. John Lorkin, Hayfield-place, Mile.

John Hughes Ellis, Cernysgwydd, out of business. end-road, Middlesex, shoemaker, July 13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-John Lowe, Charlotte-st., Portland Court-house, Bodmix, Cornwall, July 21, at 10. place, Upper Mary-le-bone-street, Middlesex, cook, July 11

Jane Treleven, Luxilion, widow, grocer. at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Saturday, July 4.

MEETING. The following Assignees have been appointed. Further Par

Robert Ellis, Bryniau, Dyserth, Flintshire, miner, July 22 ticulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st., Lin. at

at 12, Horne's, Denbigh, sp. affairs. coln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the Case.

Michael Coleman, Drury-lane, Middlesex, tailor, No. 58,147 T.; John Hatton, assignee.-Wm. Smith Stredder,

FRIDAY, July 10.
Tranmere, near Birkenhead, Cheshire, builder, No. 67,121
C.; John Edwards, assignee.- John Lumley, Aldborough,

BANKRUPTS. Yorkshire, farm bailiff, No. 67,352 C.; Thomas Price, as. | ALFRED BARLEY, March, Cambridgeshire, draper, grocer signee.-Joseph Sugden, North Bierley, near Bradford, York

and cheesemonger, dealer and chapman, July 17 at halfslire, farmer, No. 67,440 C.; Esther Pollard, assignee. past 1, and Aug. 21 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Joseph Scott, Leeds, Yorkshire, shopman to a clock maker, Of. Ass. Alsager; Sol. Wright,, Fenchurch-st. No. 67,441 C.; Lyon Samael, assignee.-H. E. G. Teasdale, -Fiat dated July 1. Scaham-harbour, Durham, grocer, No. 67,457 C. ; Richard PHILIP FLOOD PAGE and PHILIP NORRIS PAGE, Appleton and Wm. Ramshaw, assignees.-Rich. Shepherd, King's-road, Gray's Inn, Middlesex, builders, July 17 and Clayton-heights, near Bradford, Yorkshire, stuff manufac Aug. 21 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. turer, No. 67,461 C.; A. Green, Thos. Kershaw, and James Belcher ; Sol. Hall, Brunswick-row, Queen-sq., Blooms. Kershaw, assignees.

bury.-Fiat dated July 8.

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