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Unless, therefore, there were circumstances in the case IV. Of the Jurisdiction to enforce the Performance of a of Todd v. Wilson which do not appear in the report of
Substantive Act. that case in the public journals, we conceive that it In The Great North of England, Clarence, and Harmust be considered as in direct conflict with, and tlepool Junction Railway Company v. The Clarence Railoverruling. Stanes v. Parker.. And, until the doctrine | way Company, (1 Coll. 507), the principal question be
tween the parties was upon the construction of the act of the latter case, a doctrine which certainly goes
of Parliament, under which the plaintiffs claimed to much further than any preceding case in support of I act, whether, assuming that the plaintiffs had a right the claim of trustees to be allowed remuneration, is to make a bridge, pursuant to a certain plan, over the confirmed by distinct judicial recognition, we appre- defendants' railway, no part of the permanent supports hend the doctrine must be taken, on this subject, of such bridge being intended to rest upon the defendto be restored to its pristine rigidity: and that in | ants land, the plaintiffs had a right, by way of tem
m porary easement, to erect poles and other temporary the absence of express agreement, no implied acqui- |
constructions upon land adjacent to the defendants escence on the part of a cestui que trust will bind railway, and to pass and repass across such railway, him to submit to the charge of a trustee for profes- doing no vexatious acts, compensating for all damage, sional business done in his character of trustee. We and not interfering with the regular traffie of the debelieve, that, before Stanes v. Parker, the doctrine
fendants' railway. The defendants, in order to prewas understood to be, that nothing short of a deliberate
vent the plaintiffs from so temporarily using their land,
had built up a wall, which effectually prevented the and distinct direction in the instrument creating a trust
plaintiffs from carrying on their works; and the bill that the trustee, if a solicitor, might charge for his ser prayed an injunction to restrain the defendants from vices,—or, if there was nosuch direction in the instrument continuing to maintain such wall, and from preventing of trust, a deliberate and positive agreement to pay for the defendants from making their bridge &c." In effect, such services by the cestui que trust, not resting upon
therefore, the bill sought for an order to compel the
defendants to remove their wall. The court refused to mere inference, but referrible to actual contract,--would
grant the injunction until satisfied, by the opinion of a have the effect of protecting the trustee against the re
court of law, that the plaintiffs had a legal right to build opening of his account. Stanes v. Parker, therefore, to the bridge, and also a legal right to use the defendants some extent introduced an element of laxity into the lands by way of temporary easement. But, the Court doctrine of the court; and the recent case of Todd v. I of Exchequer having certified that the plaintiffs had Wilson restores it to its original state, of which it may
both such legal rights, the Lord Chancellor, supporting
the view of Knight Bruce, V. C., that it was no objecbe said, that, however rigid and apparently harsh it tion to the injunction that it was in effect of a mandamay be, it is probably founded on reasons of sound tory character, made the order nearly in the terms of policy, and that, at any rate, it is clear and intelligible, the prayer of the bill. To the same effect is Lord Mezand affords, therefore, a safe ground for the conduct of borough v. Bower, (7 Beav. 127), in which an injunctrustees.
tion was granted to restrain the defendant (who had cut certain channels from one coal field into another, in
derogation of an agreement with the plaintiff) from POINTS ON THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF
permitting the communication to continue open. INJUNCTIONS.
And here may also be mentioned two cases of Whit(Continued from p. 230).
taker v. Howe (3 Beav. 383) and Tayler v. Davis, (1
Beav. 388, n.). In the former à motion was made to III. Doctrine of Acquiescence.
restrain the defendant, a solicitor, who had sold his bu
siness to the plaintiff, and, notwithstanding, kept posAn important distinction exists between the effect of acquiescence as a ground of demurrer to a bill for an
session of books belonging to such business, from deinjunction, and as a ground for resisting merely the in
taining and keeping possession of the books, fc. from the
chambers of the plaintiff, and from permitting the same to junction. In the first instance, the acquiescence must
remain away from the office of the plaintiff" Lord be such as wholly to disentitle the plaintiff to any relief; in the second, acquiescence falling short of that degree
e: Langdale at first made no order upon the motion as to
the retention of papers, not, it would seem, from any may be a sufficient defence. (Gordon v. The Cheltenham Railway Company, 5 Beav. 229).
doubt of the jurisdiction, but because the defendant's
counsel made an offer, which, if acted upon, would The case referred to turned upon two points: first,
have rendered the injunction unnecessary; but he afwhether certain buildings erected and used by a com
terwards made the order. (See note, p. 395). pany for the purpose only of housing and repairing
Tayler v. Davis was a case in which, one partner their engines and carriages, and not as a station, in the ordinary sense of the word, constituted public buildings,
having, contrary to a covenant in the partnership deed,
5: abstracted a partnership book from the counting-house &c. within the meaning of the act under which the
of the firm, an injunction was granted, and continued company acted; and, secondly, whether the acquiescence of the plaintiff had been such as to preclude him from
at the hearing of the cause, restraining him from conti
" nuing to violate the covenant. obtaining an injunction. It appeared that he had continually objected to the proceedings of the company, V. Of extending the Common Injunction. though he had taken no proceedings so long as he was
| led by them
In Ashby v. Jackson (6 Beav. 336) the case of Thorpe to believe that such proceedings were / v. Hughes" (3 My.& C. 732) was cited, and its doctrine merely temporary ; but, on their asserting a right to acquiesced in by the court.' It is to be presumed, howdo the acts objected to, the plaintiff filed his bill with ever, from what is stated in the report of Ashby v. Jackout any further delay. On both points Lord Langdale, son, 'that that case fell more properly under the rule in M. R., thought the plaintiff entitled to an injunction: White v. Steinwacks*. (19 Ves. "83), as it would seem, afterwards an appeal motion was heard by the Lord that, in Ashbu v. Jackson, the fact that the discovery
Chancellor, who directed the opinion of a court of law would be of no use to the plaintiff in his defence at • to be taken on the construction of the act. The report law, appeared upon the pleadings, if at all.
does not state whether his Lordship continued the in· junction in the meantime.
| * See these cases distinguished, Drewry on Injunctions, 378.
Since the cases of Mellor v. Cresswell and Howard v. refused on the 2nd June (the day on which cause was Cliffe, (3 Jur. 817), it has been held by Lord Langdale, to be shewn) to allow the plaintiff any further time, M. R., in a case (Archer v. Hudson, 6 Beav. 474) where although the answer was of great length; so that it was there was a common injunction obtained upon the an- manifestly out of all question that the two days could swer being found insufficient; then an order to amend have been sufficient for the plaintiff to look into the the bill, without prejudice to the injunction; and then answer to see whether exceptions should be taken to it. amendment of the bill accordingly; that an order to (Stanley v. Bond, 5 Beav. 175). extend the common injunction to stay trial might be granted. The motion was made on the 3rd July, and
2. Of dissolving Special Injunctions. the commission-day was appointed for the 12th. His Where å plaintiff obtains an injunction upon affiLordship appears to have considered the case as distin-da
otin | davits, the defendant, although he might try the quesguishable from Howard v. Cliffe, as he observed, that,
d that tion by demurrer, is not under any obligation to do
i if the authority of that case applied, he should refusé so, if he thinks, that, by moving to dissolve upon affithe motion. The report of Archer v. Hudson does not,
davits, he can place his case better before the court. however, state the grounds on which the court distin
(Barnesley Canal Company v. Twibill, 7 Beav. 19). guished it from Howard v. Cliffe.
It has been doubted, whether, where a special inThe rule, that, in support of a motion to extend, the
tend, the junction has been granted against several defendants, affidavit of materiality will not do if made only by the
one of them can move to dissolve without bringing the plaintiff's solicitor, unless good reason is shewn why
ů others before the court. The ground of the doubt is, the plaintiff did not make it, has been supported in a
that, if the defendant moving should succeed, he marecent case. (Scotson y. Gaury, 1 Hare, 99).
terially changes the position of the other defendants. In the same case, the plaintiff did not move to ex
The court however, doubted, at the same time, whether, tend till the 2nd December, the trial being fixed for the
if present, the defendants not moving to dissolve could sittings commencing on the 6th. It appeared that the oppos
Bared that the oppose the motion. (Harrison v. Harrison, 5 Beav. action was brought on the 11th August; that the plain
Ć. S. D. tiff, from the circumstances, must have known what was the cause of action, and nevertheless he did not
LAW APPOINTMENTS. file his bill till the 8th November: and even after that, he knew that proceedings were going on at law, and In our statement last week of the new Law Appointmight have got the common injunction on the 17th No- ments, we committed two or three errors, which we vember; instead of which he never moved for it till the now endeavour to rectify by inserting the changes in 24th. Under these circumstances, it was held, that his their correct form. delay would preclude him from obtaining an order to Mr. Serieant Talfourd and Mr. Serjeant Manning extend so near the time of trial, unless the answer was
were appointed Queen's Serjeants. insufficient; and, the answer having been excepted to and found insufficient, the Vice-Chancellor looked into
Mr. Serjeant Murphy and Mr. Serjeant Byles reit to see whether the defendant had misconducted him
ceived Patents of Precedence. self, by evasion in his answer, in which case his Honor
| James Humphry, Esq., J. Bacon, Esq., S. H. Walthought he might, perhaps, set off such misconduct pole, Esq., and J. Rolt, Esq. were appointed Queen's against the dilatoriness of the plaintiff. The answer | Counsel in the order here put down, was substantially sufficient, though technically insufcient, and, therefore, the motion was refused.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Wednesday, July 15. ferred to in Bordinate v. Wadeson, (1 Coll. 432), in Mr. Hume moved the second reading of the Charitable support of a special motion to dissolve at once the Trusts Bill. As serious objections had been taken to this common injunction. The court refused the motion, measure, he thought he should best fulfil the object in view by with expressions of want of confidence in the accuracy merely retaining those clauses which secured the accountability of the report of the case of Sharpley v. Perring, which of those who had charge of public money. It was the duty of his Honor observed was stated to be ex relatione, with this House, after the expense which had been incurred in out stating by whom it was reported. It is to be re inquiries, to have some accounts available, that would shew gretted, that the special circumstances in Sharplew v. how the revenues of each trust had been expended. It was Perring are not stated in the report. In Bordinave v.
not his intention to include the Bible Society, and other reli
gious trusts or charities where the founders were alive, but Wadeson, there were no very special circumstances,
umstances, these only where the individuals were dead. The principle of and, therefore, Sharpley v. Perring was clearly no au- the bill was to secure the accountability of persons entrusted thority for departing in that case from the usual prac- with public monies. tice of first obtaining an order nisi. The observations Sir G. Grey should not offer any opposition to the second of the court in Bordinave v. Wadeson must be taken, reading of this bill; but the House must not suppose that this however, to throw much doubt on the authority of was a substitute for another bill, which had been thrown out Sharpley v. Perring, for even the limited doctrine, in the other House, or for a more general measure. that in any case (except cases of the class of Lacy v. Mr. Bernal recommended the honourable member to leave Horneby, 2 Ves. & B. 291) the order nişi can be dis- legislating upon the subject, which would be better done by pensed with in proceeding to dissolve the common in
the comprehensive measure referred to by the hon. Baronet. junction,
Mr. Š. O'Brien agreed with the hon. member who spoke
lagt. that this measure might interfere with the comprehen. The terms of the order nisi to dissolve the common injunction are, that the injunction is to be dissolved
sive measure referred to by the Secretary of State, which, as unless the plaintiff, his solicitor having notice, shall, on Government. He moved that the bill be read a second time
| he (Mr. O'Brien) understood, was in the contemplation of the a day (named in the order), shew to the court cause to
that day six months. the contrary; and these terms are considered to be incon- Mr. T. Egerton said, the great bodies who were the trustees sistent with the allowance of any further time to the of those charities either considered themselves unaccountable, plaintiff to shew cause. Therefore, where the answer or acted as if they thought so, and applied the monies to their was filed on the 30th May, and the same day the de-I own private purposes. He knew of charities that were so mafendant obtained and served an order nisi, the court | naged. When the House came to consider the great and com
prehensive measure, let them come to the consideration of it ADAM GILFILLAN, Pomeroy-street, Old Kent-road, Sar. with all the accounts before them.
rey, draper and tea dealer, dealer and chapman, July 20 at Mr. Spooner thought that the House ought to be clearly in. 1, and Aug. 26 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Ok. formed how far it was intended to go ; they ought to be in Ass. Pennell; Sols. Surr & Gribble, Lombard-street.-- Fiat formed whether or not they were to have all the different dated July 7. foundations brought within the scope of the bill; for example, ROBERT SPOONER, Buckingham-street, Strand, Middlewere they to have King Edward's foundations comprehended sex, licensed victualler, July 21 at 2, and Aug. 26 at 12, within its operation? The House, he hoped, would bear in Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Pennell; Sol. mind that all the larger charities were subject to the Court Bell, 28, Craven-street, Strand.- Fiat dated July 13. of Chancery. He would not say that the House did not pos. FREDERICK CLEMENT GRAY, Melicent-cottages, Po. sess the right to interfere, because Parliament could do any- rest-row, Dalston, Middlesex, boarding and lodging-house thing; but he did think that a bill of that importance ought to keeper, July 23 at 2, and Aug. 29 at 3, Court of Bankrupt. be introduced into the House of Commons upon the respon. cy, London : Off. Ass. Follett ; Sols. Young & Son, Mark. sibility of the Queen's Government.
lane.-Fiat dated July 11. Sir D. L. Evans could not help remarking, that it might be THOMAS WALLIS, College-street, Chelsea, Middlesex, all very well to say that the Court of Chancery possessed the builder, plasterer, dealer and chapman, July 22 at 11, and authority necessary for taking cognizance of these matters; but Aug. 29 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. it should be remembered that proceedings in the Court of Follett; Sol. Taylor, Lincoln's-inn-fields. — Fiat dated Chancery were inordinately expensive. To him it appeared July 6. that the objections to the present bill were by no means well WILLIAM HENRY OSBORN the younger, St. James's. founded : it was merely a bill to enable the Government, the street, Piccadilly, Middlesex, silversmith and jeweller, July Legislature, and the country, to obtain clear and exact informa 23 at 12, and Aug. 25 at half-past 2, Court of Bankruptcy, tion upon subjects of great public importance. Every one London: Off. Ass. Green; Sol. Teague, Crown-court, acknowledged that great abuses were committed, and the bill Cheapside.-- Fiat dated July 2. then before the House was merely a preliminary step, the pur. GERARD POLDEN and ANTONIO HIPOLITO LA. port of which was to clear the way for a more comprehensive FARGUE, Gould-square, Crutched-friars, London, ship measure.
owners and ship agents, dealers and chapmen, July 22 at Sir J. Graham referred to the bill brought in by Lord 11, and Aug. 22 at half-past 2, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon. Lyndhurst. That bill, he said, required that trustees should don: Off. Ass. Green; Sols. Phillips & Son, Laurance furnish annual accounts, but it made certain exceptions, and Pountney-lane.-- Fiat dated July 11. he thought that similar exceptions ought to be contained in any WILLIAM HENRY PEASE, JOHN ROBERT PEASE, bill introduced upon the subject. That bill, unhappily, as he and WILLIAM HENRY THOMPSON, Ingram-court, thought, was defeated in the other House of Parliament; and Fenchurch-street, and Lime-street, London, wine mer. thereupon the hon. member for Montrose inquired of him (Sir chants, (trading under the style or firm of W. H. Pease & J. Graham) if he would consent to a single enactment requir. Co.), July 24 at 11, and Aug. 29 at 2, Court of Bankrupting trustees of charities to present to Parliament a statement cy, London: Off. Ass. Green ; Sol. Bird, Lincoln's-inn. annually of their accounts. He told the hon. member that fields.- Fiat dated July 6. which he then repeated, namely, that he very much regretted WILLIAM GROVES, Huntingdon, grocer and tea dealer, the loss of the larger measure, adding at the same time, that a July 28 at 1, and Aug. 29 at half-past 2, Court of Bank. single enactment, requiring the annual production of accounts ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Green ; Sols. Hunnybun, Hunt. would, in his opinion, prove a salutary check upon the conduct ingdon; Fox & Britten, 1, Basinghall-street.- Fiat dated of trustees in the administration of charities. The right hon. | July 10. member proceeded to say, that, if it were found that the trus. DONALD MACLEAN, Upper Brook-street, Grosvenor. tees of certain charities had proceeded in a manner the effect square, Middlesex, and of Witton Castle, and of Wood. of which was to defraud those whom the donors intended house-close Colliery, near Bishop Auckland, Durham, brick should have the benefit of those charities, then, surely, it maker and coke manufacturer, dealer and chapman, Jaly would not be an undue assumption of power if a statute were 24 at 12, and Sept. 3 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London : enacted compelling the annual preparation and publication of Off. Ass. Bell; Sol. Innes, Billiter-street.- Fiat dated accounts, setting forth the funds which the trustees received, June 30. and the mode of their application. Such was the object of the JOSHUA GARSED the elder and JOSHUA GARSED the measure then before the House, and so far, at least, it must be younger, Leeds, Yorkshire, flax manufacturers, (carrying on admitted that the bill was not too comprehensive.
business at Leeds, under the style or firm of Joshua Garsed After a few observations from several other hon. members, & Co.), July 27 and Aug. 14 at 11, District Court of Bank. the House divided
ruptcy, Lerds: Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. Lee, Leeds ; SudFor the second reading ...... .. 42
low & Co., Chancery-lane, London.--Fiat dated July 10. Against it ...
THOMAS READ, Manchester, cigar dealer, dealer and chap. Majority for the bill .......
man, July 24 and Aug. 27 at 12. District Court of Bank. ruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hobson ; Sols. Atkinson &
Co., Manchester; Abbott, 10, Charlotte-street, BedfordLondon Gazettes.
square, London.-Fiat dated July 6. JAMES SMITH WALTERS, Bakewell, Derbyshire, sur
geon and apothecary, July 28 and Aug. 25 at 12, District
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester: Off. Ass. Fraser; Sols. TUESDAY, JULY 14.
Hacker, Leek; Oliver, Manchester; Falcon, 4, Elm-court, BANKRUPTS.
Temple, London.-Fiat dated July 8.
EDWIN COX NICHOLLS, Bristol, broker, dealer and GEORGE SWAINE WHITECHURCH, Fleet-street, Lon chapman, July 28 at 12, and Aug. 25 at 11, District Court
don, hosier and glover, dealer and chapman, July 21 at 2, of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Hutton; Sols. Savery & and Aug. 28 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Co., Bristol. Fiat dated July 2. Off. Ass. Alsager ; Sols. Lawrance & Reed.-- Fiat dated July 6.
MEETIxGS. FREDERICK BELLONI, Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire, clock Michael Emanuel and Henry Emanuel, Hanover-square,
and watch maker, silversmith, dealer and chapman, July 23 | Middlesex, goldsmiths, July 24 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, at half-past 1, and Aug. 28 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, pr. d.-Steph. Hey, Colne, Lancashire, worsted ms. London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Chitty, Shaftesbury; nufacturer, July 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptes,
Gilbert & Co., Philpot-lane.- Fiat dated July 11. " Manchester, ch. ass. and last ex.-Chas. Collins, KidderminWILLIAM BUNDEY, Stamford-cottages, Stamford-bridge, ster, Worcestershire, and King William-street, London, com.
Fulham-road, Middlesex, builder, July 21 at half-past 12, mission agent, July 28 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and Aug. 21 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : last ex.- Geo. Sam. Coxwell and Wm. Croser, NewcastleOff. Ass. Pennell; Sols. Husband & Wyatt, Gray's-inn. upon Tyne, merchants, July 28 at 12, District Court of Banksquare.—Fiat dated July 10.
| ruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, last ex.-Rich. C. Capleton,
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, tea dealer, Aug. 6 at 12, District
Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac. --James F. Cannell, Wm. Robertson, jun., Glasgow, merchant.--Miss Isabella Liverpool, bookseller, Aug. 5 at 11, District Court of Bank. Renny, Falkirk, deceased.-Wm. Provan & Co., Glasgow, ruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.; Aug. 6 at ll, div.-Wm. Bull, | spirit merchants. Leeds, Yorkshire, and Addle-street, London, cloth' merchant, Aug. 7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.;
INSOLVENT DEBTORS Aug. 11 at 11, div.- Wm. Hand, Endon, Leek, Staffordshire, who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, tander, Aug. 7 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birming and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from ham, aud. ac.-H. Kendall, E. Kendall, and J. Kendall, As Process. ton, near Birmingham, perfumers, Aug. 13 at 12, District Court Andrew Anderson, Baker's-row, Whitechapel-road, Mid. of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.; Aug. 15 at 12, fin.
dlesex, dealer in bread, July 27 at half-past 1, Court of Bank. div.-Thos. Nash the younger, Stourbridge, Worcestershire, ruptcy, London. --T. Driver, Morley, Yorkshire, cloth maker, builder, Aug. 5 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birming. July 22 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-J. Garthham, aud. ac.; Aug. 6 at 11, div.-Wm. Hardisty, Wakefield,
waite, Low Fold-band, Yorkshire, mechanic, July 23, at Yorkshire, whitesmith, Aug. 8 at 11, District Court of Bank.
11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-Geo. Strickland, ruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.; Aug. 11 at 11, div.-Thos. Tatham,
Scarborough, Yorkshire, out of business, July 24 at 11, Dis. Thornton in Lonsdale, Yorkshire, lime burner, Aug. 8 at 11,
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.--Robert Elsworth, Mount. District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.; Aug. 11 at Pellon, Halifax, Yorkshire, butcher, July 23 at 11, Commer. Il, div.-Hodgson Stelling, Well, Yorkshire, woolcomber, cial-buildings, Leeds. Jos. Walker, Holbeck, Leeds, York. Aug. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.
shire, bookkeeper, July 23 at 11, District Court of Bankrupt. Sam. Rhodes, Bradford, Yorkshire, worsted spinner, Aug. 8 cy, Leeds.- Benj. Butterworth, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Not. at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.; Aug. 11 tingham, assistant to a grocer, July 17 at 11, Cutlers'-hall, at 11, div.-Hen. A. Rodgers, Sheffield, Yorkshire, newsman, Sheffield.-Joshua Booth, New Mill, near Holmfirth, York. Aug. 7 at 10, Cutlers'-hall, Sheffield, aud. ac.- Joseph Owen shire, innkeeper, July 24 at 11, Commercial-buildings, Leeds. and Sarah Owen, Sheffield, Yorkshire, merchants, Aug. 7 at -Jas. Henry Clarké, St. Andrew-road, Newington, Surrey, 10, Cutlers'-hall, Sheffield, aud. ac.; at 11, div.-Jacob New. hatter, July 18 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. ton, John W. Newton, and Francis J. Newton, Rotherham, -Sam. Gregory, Altrincham, Cheshire, artist, July 21 at 12, Yorkshire, spirit merchants, Aug. 7 at 10, Cutlers'-hall, Shef. | District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.-Cornelius Bart. held, aud. ac.; at ll, div.--John A. M. Boden, Sheffield, York. | lett the younger, Wells, Somersetshire, labourer, Aug. 3 at 1, shire, razor manufacturer, Aug. 7 at 10, District Court of District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. — Moses Webster, Bankruptcy, Sheffield, aud, ac.; at 11, div.-Thomas Feaver, Derby, artist, Aug. 1 at il, District Court of Bankruptcy, Ludgate-hill, London, mercer, Aug. 6 at 1, Court of Bank. Birmingham.-James Woolaston Butler, Walton-on-the-Hill, ruptcy, London, fin. div.-John Frost, Grafton-street, Soho, Lancashire, out of business, July 21 at 11, District Court of Middlesex, goldsmith, Aug. 6 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-George Barlow, Manchester, baker, London, fin. div.-Wm. Cooper, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, July 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.hardwareman, Ang. 5 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, Jas. Wood, Shaw, near Oldham, Lancashire, bookkeeper, div.-Edward Arnatt, Oxford, baker, Aug. 6 at half-past 1, July 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. Court of Bankruptcy, London, fin. div. -John Bulmer, Har. Henry Allsworth, Denton, Manchester, provision dealer, tlepool, Durham, merchant, Aug. 7 at 1, District Court of July 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fin. div.-Thos. B. Daft, Adelle Dumas, Stockport-moor, near Stockport, Cheshire, Birmingham, button maker, Aug. 5 at 12, District Court of keeper of a lodging-house, July 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, div.-Benj. Spencer, Nottingham, | Bankruptcy, Manchester. baker, Aug. 7 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, div.-- John Clarke, Rich. Mitchell, Jos. Philips, and
Saturday, July 11. Thor. Smith, Leicester, bankers, Aug. 7 at 11, District Court | The following Assignees have been appointed. Further Par. of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, div.
ticulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st., Lin.
coln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the Case. CERTIFICATES.
Aaron Rhodes, Hanley, Staffordshire, farmer, No. 57,260 To be allowed, unless Cause be sheron lo the contrary on or T.; Samuel Boydell, new assignee, in place of John Peover, before the Day of Meeting.
deceased.-Samuel Godbold, Bloomsbury-square, Middlesex, Wm. Cooper, Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, hardwareman, medicine vender, No. 24,713 T.; William James Barsham, Aug. 5 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Jos. Avery, new assignee, in place of Abel Sparrow Chappell.-John RoManchester-street, Manchester-square, Middlesex, dealer in berts, Barnoldswick, near Skipton, Yorkshire, farmer's asplate, Aug. 5 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Johnsistant, No. 67,304 C.; Samuel Haigh, assignee.-J. Sharp, Geo. Ufford, Holloway, Middlesex, common brewer, Aug. 5 | Horton, near Bradford, Yorkshire, machine maker, No. at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Richard Carlile Caple. 67,331 C.; John Tattershall and George Beecroft, assignees. ton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, tea dealer, Aug. 6 at 12, - David Pendry, Cwm, Llanegwad, Carmarthenshire, farmer, Dstrict Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-- Edmondson Cooban, | No. 67,485 C.; James Thomas, assignee. Liverpool, common brewer, Aug. 4 at 11, District Court of
Saturday, July 11. Bankruptcy, Liverpool. – Wm. Kelly, Chester, common
Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee brewer, Aug. 6 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver
the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:pool.-Wm. Edmond, Bombay, East Indies, and Thos. Ed. mond, Liverpool, merchants, Aug. 6 at 12, District Court of
(On their own Petitions). Bankruptcy, Manchester.
William Ward, Tottenbam-street, Tottenham-court-road,
Middlesex, smith : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid. To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless dlesex.—George Harrod, Turnham-green, Middlesex, cheese
Cause be sheron to the contrary on or before Aug. 4. monger : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. John Harlow, Leicester-square, Middlesex, tobacconist. John Lawrence the younger, Queen-street, Edgeware-road, Sam. Mosley Wade, Liverpool, cotton dealer.-Wm. Thomp. and Cork-street-mews, Bond-street, Middlesex, writing desk son, Cooper's-row, Crutched-friars, and Fowke's-buildings, manufacturer : in the Debtors Prison for London and MiddleGreat Tower-st., London, wine merchant.-John Barwise, sex.--Robt. Hall, Little York-place, Gloucester-place, PortSt. Martin's-lane, Middlesex, watch maker.-Henry Fowkes, man-square, Middlesex, out of business : in the Debtors Prison Manchester, share broker.--Jas. Knox, Bond-st., Middlesex, for London and Middlesex.-Edward Evans, Curtain-road, carpenter.-Edwin Robert Hall, Colchester, Essex, iron. Shoreditch, Middlesex, colourman : in the Debtors Prison for founder.-Jos. Timmins, Caynham, near Ludlow, Shropshire, London and Middlesex.-Wm. Sires, Little Britain, Hillingbrickmaker.-Wm. Stearman, Princes-st., Cadogan-street, don, near Uxbridge, Middlesex, brick' maker : in the Debtors Chelsea, Middlesex, carpenter.-John Davies, Shrewsbury, Prison for London and Middlesex.-George Ede, Great SufShropshire, mercer.-Chas. John Bond, Tranquil-vale, Black folk-street, Borough, Southwark, Surrey, out of business : in heath, Kent, tailor.--Abraham Crossfield, Whitechapel-road, the Queen's Prison.-T. Shortland Norton, Park-st., CamdenMiddlesex, and Highland's-farm, Comp, Leybourne, Kent, town, Middlesex, carpenter : in the Debtors Prison for Lonhop planter.
I don and Middlesex.-James Scott, Tabernacle-walk, Finsbury,
Middlesex, commission agent: in the Debtors Prison for Lon. EDWARD BOULT, Isleworth, Middlesex, grocer and don and Middlesex. Thos. Lindray, Thibberton-square, Is. cheesemonger, July 29 and Aug. 26 at 1, Court of Banklington, Middlesex, out of business : in the Debtors Prison for ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Belcher; Sol. Dods, 102, St. London and Middlesex.-Sam. Wilson, Coal-yard, Drury Martin's-lane.- Fiat dated July 10. lane, Middlesex, wheelwright: in the Debtors Prison for Lon. WILLIAM HENRY BROAD, Stourport, Worcestershire. don and Middlesex.-Jacob Frankenstein, Dowling-pl., Har maltster, July 31 and Aug. 25 at 10, District Court of leyford-road, Vauxhall, Surrey, and Fish-street-hill, London, Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Valpy; Sols. Watson, shipping agent : in the Queen's Prison.-Strickland Mugge- Stourport; Hodgson, Birmingham. Piat dated July 14. ridge, Paradise-terrace, Liverpool-road, Islington, Middlesex, ROBERT COOK, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, surgeon and wire drawer : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middle apothecary, Aug. 12 and 26 at 10, Town-hall, Kingstonsex. Isabella Steer, Sheffield, Yorkshire, provision agent : in upon-Hull: Off. Ass. Kynaston ; Sols. Galloway, Hull; York Castle.-H. Doman Hitchcock, Leicester, stainer : in Bell, Bedford-row, London.-- Fiat dated July 11, the Gaol of Leicester. --Harold Youngman, Leamington Priors, RICHARD HODSON, Everton, Nottinghamshire, iron. Warwickshire, out of business : in the Gaol of Warwick. monger, horse dealer, farmer, dealer and chapman, July 31
and Aug. 21 at 11, Cutler's-hall, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Free. The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before
e man; Sols. Plaskitt, Gainsborough ; Scott & Co., Lincoln'sthe Court, in Portugal-st., on Tuesday, July 28, at 9.
inn-fields, London.--Fiat dated July 6. Philemon Price Ward, Penton-place, Walworth, Surrey, | EDWARD'HANKS, Briggate, Leeds, Yorkshire, grocer and clerk. John Tunbridge, Salmon's-lane, Limehouse, Middle- |
tea dealer, dealer and chapman, July 30 and Aug. 20 at 11, sex, baker. Stephen Reynolds, Clerkenwell-close, Middlesex,
District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off, Ass. Young; grocer.Joseph Hale, Bethnal-green-road, Middlesex, cheese Sols. Upton & Clapham, Leeds; Wiglesworth & Co., Gray's monger.-John Brown, Farmer-street, High-street, Shadwell,
Inn, London.Fiat dated July 3. Middlesex, rigger. -Arthur Beeston, Bushy-heath, Herts, JOHN SEATON, Wink-house, Erickley - cum - Clayton. vocalist.-G. Langridge Williams the elder, New West-end,
Yorkshire, farmer, horse dealer, and dealer and chapman, Hampstead, Middlesex, builder,
July 30 and Aug. 20 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, July 29, at the same hour and place.
Leeds : Off. Ass. Young; Sols. Sheardown, Doncaster, John Smith, College-hill, London, out of business. Thos.
Yorkshire ; Cariss, Leeds ; Mitten, Southampton-buildings, Thorne, Johnson-street, Somers'-town, Middlesex, porter at
London.-Fiat dated July 11. the London and Birmingham Railway Station, Euston-sq.m
ROBERT PRIESTLEY, Manchester and Ardwick, LancaH. Wilmot Fownes, Old Paradise-row, Islington-green, Mid
shire, grocer, flour dealer, and retailer of beer, dealer and dlesex, coal dealer.-J. Drummond Baring, Rupert-st., Hay
chapman, July 28 and Aug. 18 at 12, District Court of market, Middlesex, gentleman.-J. Daly, Starr-court, New
Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Pott; Sols. Law, Man. ton-street, Holborn, Middlesex, boot maker.-Jas. Augustus
chester; Gregory & Co., Bedford-row, London.-Fiat dated Lamb, Tavistock-street, Covent-garden, Middlesex, commis
July 2. sion agent for the sale of wine.-'Wm. Bestow, Vernon-place, JOSEPH LAWRENCE BUTLER, Liverpool, coal merBagnigge-wells-road, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, milliner.
chant, dealer and chapman, July 27 and Aug. 18 at 11,
District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Bird; Court-house, STAFFORD, (County), July 29 at 10.
Sols. Matthews, Liverpool ; Keightley & Co., Chancery-
Edw. S. Harley, Birmingham, grocer, Aug. 18 at 10, DisCharles Palmer, Erdington, Birmingham, lieutenant in the
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, last ex.-Dan. An.
trobus, Audley, Staffordshire, apothecary, Aug. 4 at 10, DisWarwickshire regiment of militia, on half-pay, July 29 at 11,
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, last ex.-Samuel Reece's, Birmingham, sp. aff.
Dethick and Thos. R. Kay, Newton-heath, near Manchester, common brewers, July 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy,
Manchester, last ex.-Randle Bower, Heyrod and Black Rock. FRIDAY, JULY 17.
mills, near Stalybridge, Lancashire, cotton spinner, July 29 at
12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ex.--Edv. • BANKRUPTS.
H. Brace and Jas. Allen, Mitre-court, Milk-st., Cheapside, DAVID KEMPTON, Bermondsey-street, Surrey, bed and London, warehousemen, July 31 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, mattrass manufacturer, dealer and chapman, July 28 at 2, London, aud. ac.- Jas. Meek and Geo. Gill, Liverpool, merand Aug. 28 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. chants, Aug. 7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver. Alsager; Sol. Wright, London-street, Fenchurch-street.- pool, aud. ac.—Hen. Delamain, Liverpool, merchant, Aug. 7 Fiat dated July 15.
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac.-Ben. ROBERT HAYES EASUM, Commercial-road East, Step- Thomas, Liverpool, merchant, Aug. 7 at 11, District Court
ney, Middlesex, rope maker, dealer and chapman, July 24 of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. ac.-Thomas 1. Hellawell, at 2, and Aug. 28 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, James Nortcliffe, and John B. Hellawell, Thornhill Briggs, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Church, Spital-square. Halifax, Yorkshire, dyers, Aug. 7 at 11, District Court of -Fiat dated July 9.
Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. and div.-Jos. Woodhead and JOHN BENSTEAD, Fleet-street, London, hosier, dealer and John Woodhead, Bradford, Yorkshire, worsted stuff manufac
chapman, (trading under the firm or style of Robert Johns turers, Aug. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, & Co.), July 28 at half-past 1, and Aug. 28 at half-past 12, aud. ac.; Aug. 11 at 11, div.-Wm. Chaloner, Lincoln, tailor, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Alsager ; Sols. Aug. 12 at io, Town-hall, Kingston-upon-Hull, aud. ac.
Reed & Langford, Friday-street.—Fiat dated July 10. Henry West, Burgh, Lincolnshire, grocer, Aug. 12 at 10, EDWARD HODGES, Circus-street, New-road, St. Mary Town-hall, Kingston-upon-Hull, aud. ac. and div.--Thomas · le-bone, Middlesex, wine and brandy merchant, victualler,Bousfield, Lincoln, ironmonger, Aug. 12 at 10, Town-hall,
dealer and chapman, July 22 at 1, and Aug. 26 at 2, Court Kingston-upon-huli, aud. ac, and div.-Rich. Lees, Wolver. of Bankruptcy, London: Of. Ass. Belcher ; Sol. Harpar, hampton, Staffordshire, wholesale ironmonger, Aug. 11 at 11, Kennington-cross, Surrey.-Fiat dated July 14.
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac.-Wm. WILLIAM HUNT, High-street, Mary-le-bone, Middlesex, Perry, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, iron founder, Aug. 15
printer, stationer, dealer and chapman, July 24 and Sep. 1 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, and. ac.; at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Follett; Aug. 20 at 12, div.-Jos. Marriage the younger, Moulsham, Sols. Lawrence & Plews, Bucklersbury.--Fiat dated July Chelmsford, Essex, miller, Aug. 10 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, 15.
London, div.-Chas. John Bond, Tranquil-vale, Blackheath, CHARLES WILLIAM GRAHAM, King's Arms-yard, Kent, tailor, Aug. 7 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy,
Coleman-street, London, merchant, (trading under the firm London, div.-Thos. L. Evill and Thos. Douglass, Vigo-st., of Charles Graham & Co.), July 28 at 11, and Aug. 29 at Middlesex, cloth manufacturers, Aug. 10 at 12, Court of
3, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Green ; Sol. Bankruptcy, London, div.-John Reay and John R. Reay, · Borradaile, King's Arms-yard. -Fiat dated July 14. | Mark-lane, London, wine merchants, Aug. 8 at 2, Court of