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pointed a judge of any county court under the act, barrister or attorney, either by plaintiff or defendant, shall practice as an attorney, or be, either by himself or shall not be allowed on taxation of costs in the case of his partner, directly or indirectly concerned as attorney (by which we presume is meant against) a plaintif or agent for any party in any proceeding in any court where less than 5l. is claimed; or, in the case of regulated by the act, or in any other court of law or (against) a defendant where less than 51. is recovered, equity. There is a provision that the judge of a county or in any case, unless the judge shall otherwise order. court whose name shall be inserted in any commission Another part provides, that none but attornies of one of the peace for the county, riding, or division for which of the superior courts of record shall be entitled to have he is appointed judge may act as justice of the peace for or recover any sum of money for appearing or acting such county, riding, or division, although not qualified in the courts. And, by the remaining portion, it is by estate. We hope this clause will be acted upon, provided, that the attorney shall not be entitled to any and that we shall have on each of the benches of fee unless the debt or damage claimed exceeds 40s., nor the different courts of quarter sessions, one person at more than 10s. unless it exceeds 5l., nor more than 158. least who is qualified by habits and education to judge in any case; and in no case shall any fee exceeding of the matters that come before those tribunals. We 11. 3s. 6d. be allowed for employing a barrister. By wish the act had gone farther, and had contained some this last appears to be meant allowed on taxation; but, provisions for reforming those courts; but at present with respect to the attornies' fees, the terms of the clause we must be content to look upon this as a step in the would seem to preclude them from recovering from right direction, and to hope ere long to find the govern their clients in any case more than the sums named. ment making some further progress. The greater por- Other clauses give to the judges of these county courts tion of the bill consists of clauses of a merely technical similar powers of examining debtors on oath touching character, and for which we must refer the reader to their estate and effects, and the manner of contracting it as printed at length. Some there are, however, their debts and liabilities, and their means of payment, which we have marked on perusal, as deserving a more and of committing them to prison for fraudulent or imdistinctive notice. The 60th clause introduces a dif- proper conduct, as were conferred by the 8 & 9 Vict. c. ferent rule from what is now the law; for, as to de- 127. All actions of replevin in cases of distress for mands recoverable under the act, it takes away pleas rent, arrear, or damage faisant within the jurisdiction in abatement, and provides, that, where any plaintiff of the county court, are to be brought without writ in shall have any such demand against two or more per- the court held under the act for the district wherein sons jointly answerable, it shall be sufficient if any of the distress was taken, and to be removable, in case such persons be served with process ; and judgment may either party shall declare to the court that the title to be obtained and execution issued against the person or any corporeal or incorporeal hereditament, or to any persons served, notwithstanding that others jointly toll, market, fair, or franchise is in question, or that the liable may not have been served or sued, or may rent or damage distrained for is more than 201., and shall not be within the jurisdiction of the court. The become bound with two sufficient sureties to prosecute provisions as to juries are the same as have been in- the suit with effect and without delay, and prove before serted in most of the local courts bills of late years: the court by which the suit shall be tried that such title they are to consist of five persons, who are to be sworn was in dispute, or that there was ground for believing that to give their verdicts in the causes which shall be the rent or damage was more than 201. By the 117th brought before them, and need not be re-sworn on and following clauses, provision is made for the recoeach trial,-a provision by which some little time may, very of the possession of small tenements, by plaint in perhaps, be saved, but of which the necessity is not the county court, in a similar manner to that of the very evident. In actions where the amount claimed 1 & 2 Vict. c. 74. Two more important provisions reexceeds 51., either party may require a jury; and where main: the first, as to the jurisdiction of these courts, it does not exceed that sum, the judge may, in his dis- which is, that all actions and proceedings, which, before cretion, on the application of either party, order a jury. the passing of the act, might have been brought in any The 69th clause gives a very proper power to the judge, of the superior courts, where the plaintiff dwells more with the consent of both parties, to order the suit and than twenty miles from the defendant, or where the cause all other matters in dispute between the parties to be of action did not arise wholly, or in some material referred to arbitration. And the 75th clause contains point, within the jurisdiction of the court within the novel, but, we think, considering the cases to which which the defendant dwells or carries on his business the act applies, necessary and proper enactment, that, at the time of action brought, or where any officer of on the hearing or trial of any action, or on any other the county court shall be a party, may be brought proceeding under the act, the parties thereto and their and determined in any of the superior courts. And, wives may be examined on oath. The next clause we next, as to the consequences of bringing an action in have marked for notice relates to the employment of one of the superior courts, where a plaint might have advocates, and deserves the praise of being of a much been entered in a court holden under the act, if a fermore sensible and practical character than those which dict shall be found for the plaintiff for a sum less than have hitherto been in vogue. It is rather clumsily 201., he shall have judgment to recover such sum only, framed, and, in fact, embraces three distinct provisions. and no costs; and if a verdict shall not be found for The first and last parts taken together provide, that no the plaintiff, the defendant shall be entitled to his barrister, attorney, or other person, except by leave of costs, as between attorney and client, unless, in either the judge, shall be entitled to be heard to argue any case, the judge who shall try the cause shall certify on question as counsel; and the expense of employing a the back of the record that the action was fit to be
brought in the superior court. These are the principal | davit filed in support of the motion shewed that the provisions of the new act, which we are not disposed plaintiff knew, at the time of filing the bill, that the to criticise unnecessarily, appearing, as it does, very
defendant intended to go abroad, though, at the same
time, it stated acts, as evidence of his intention, which well calculated to meet the want, which has long ex-har
Beso had occurred since the filing of the bill. The Viceisted, of some efficient mode of recovering small debts.
Chancellor said he could not grant the writ, unless it was prayed for by the bill; and that, as the affidavit
in support of the motion stated acts done by the deON THE WRIT OF NE EXEAT REGNO.
fendant since the filing of the bill as evidence of his
intention to leave the kingdom, a supplemental bill Some uncertainty of opinion prevails on the question, | must be filed for the purpose of stating those facts, and whether, in order to entitle a plaintiff in a suit in equity praying for the ne exeat. to obtain a writ of ne exeat against the defendant, it is in the most recent case on this point, (Barned v. necessary that the writ should be prayed by the bill. Laino, 13 Sim. 255), the circumstances were these : The authorities, carefully examined, will shew that The original bill was filed in August, 1840. At that there is no distinct general rule on the subject, but that time it was not pretended that the plaintiff had any it will depend on circumstances whether the court will ground for alleging that the defendant intended to quit grant a ne exeat in a bill not praying it. In Collinson | the country. The answer was put in and excepted to, 1, - , (18 Ves. 353), two cases (Loyd v. Cardy ) and the defendant submitted to the exceptions. On Prec. Chanc. 171, and Et parte Brunker, 3 P. Wms. the 27th January, 1841, the plaintiff obtained informa312) were cited in support of the proposition that it is tion on which he could found a belief, but not such not necessary that a bill should pray a ne exeat in
information as would have been sufficient proof of the order to support a motion for the writ. Both these
defendant's intention to go abroad. On the 9th of FeCases are on a totally different point, viz. whether a ne
ent point, Viz. whether a nebruary the bill was amended, and on the 12th of Feexeat may be obtained without any bill being filed; and
bruary, and not before, the plaintiff obtained sufficient in the first it was held that it may. But this is clearly evidence for supporting an allegation that the defendnot law at this day.
3 day. (Anon., 6 Mad. 276, in which it ant intended to go abroad. On this state of circum
(Anon., 6 Mad. 276, in which it | was laid down—the court being apprised of Loyd v.
eing apprised of Loyd v. stances, the Vice-Chancellor granted a ne exeat, and, Cardy—that “the writ of ne exeat is given in aid of an on a motion to discharge it, his judgment was as folequitable demand; but it must previously appear, by a lows:-“ If there had been in this case, as there was bill filed, that there is an equitable demand”). And, in in Sharp v. Taylor, a series of facts leading to the the earlier case of Ex parte Brunker, Lord Chancellor knowledge of the defendant's intention to go abroad, Talbot refused to grant a ne exeat when there was no all of which happened subsequently to the filing of the bill filed, saying, “In all my experience I never knew | original bill, and might have been stated by way of supthis writ of ne exeat granted or taken out without a plement, they ought to have been so stated. But, as I bill in equity being first filed." Upon these author found, that, on the 27th January, there had come to ities, there seems no reason to doubt that the writ is the knowledge of the plaintiff, not a state of facts by not grantable except upon a bill filed; but, whether which he could have proved the defendant's intention that is so or not, it is quite clear that Loyd v. Cardy to go abroad, but merely such information as induced and Ex parte Brunker do not determine the question, him to believe that the defendant intended to do so, Whether, a bill being filed, but not praying the writ of (and which belief, if it had been stated in a suppleDe exeat, a motion for a ne exeat on the suit so insti- mental bill, without alleging sufficient grounds for it, tuted can be supported upon affidavits..
would have gone for nothing); and as I found that the In Collinson v. — (18 Ves. 353) there were three
plaintiff had no certain knowledge of the defendant's objections suggested to the granting of the writ. The intention to leave the kingdom until the 12th Fefirst was, that the affidavit of the defendant's intention
ayit of the defendant's intention bruary, which was after the amended bill was filed, it to leave the kingdom only went to the information and appeared to me that this was not such a case as fell belief of the deponent; the second, that the bill did not within the set of circumstances alluded to in Sharp v. pray the writ; the third, that there was no affidavit of Tavlor : and my opinion is, that, according to the dethe debt, but that it appeared only by the Master's re- cisions of Lord Eldon and Sir J. Leach, in the cases port in the cause absolutely confirmed.
cited, this writ ought not to be discharged.” As to the objection, that the bill did not pray the It is not easy to reconcile these two cases of Sharp writ, Lord Eldon said, “When this prerogative writy. Taylor and Barned v. Laing. In Sharp v. Taylor, | came to be applied as a civil process, it would have been it was stated at the bar that the affidavit shewed the
an extraordinary exercise of jurisdiction to refuse it, I plaintiff's knowledge, at the time of filing the bill, of merely as not prayed in a stage of the proceedings, when the defendant's intention to go abroad. In the judgthere was no pretence for praying for it. If, when the ment, no notice is taken of that fact, nor does the judgbill was filed, the defendant did not intend to leave the ment seem to proceed upon that, because the court rekingdom, it would have been highly improper to pray ferred particularly to the circumstance of the affidavit the writ*. A groundless suggestion, that the defendant
stating acts subsequently to the filing of the bill, as means to abscond, would press too harshly, and would
evidence of the defendant's intention, and upon that operate to create the very mischief which the court,
ground it appears to have been put, that a supplemental permitting the motion without notice, means to pre- bill ought to be filed. So, in explaining this case in rent. The omission to pray the writ, therefore, forms Barned v. Laing, the court expressly stated, that, in no objection."
Sharp v. Taylor, all the facts leading to the knowledge The next case in which a motion was made for a l of the defendants intention to go abroad, ha De exeat, without its being prayed by the bill, was sequently to the filing of the original bill, and might Sharp v. Taylor, (11 Sim. 50). In this case, the affi have been stated by way of supplement. Now, in * It is, however, not thought improper, but, on the con
Barned v. Laing, the facts leading the plaintiff to cer
tain knowledge of the defendant's intention took place trary, quite reasonable, to suggest, in a bill against an executor or a partner for an account, that the defendant intends to com.
also after the bill was filed, and the only difference mit waste, and to pray for an injunction; one does not clearly
between the circumstances of the two cases seems, that, See the reason why it should be proper to anticipate that the de- in Barned v. Laing, the facts on which the plaintiff Tendant will commit waste, and improper to anticipate that he could rely as evidence did not occur till after the filing will run away.
1 of the amended bill. Whether the court considered the
matter stated by the affidavit, as to what took place on the 12th February, as matter not properly supplemental, because not acts of the defendant; or whether, because of its occurring after the amended bill, the court thought EQUITY SITTINGS, MICHAELMAS TERM, such matter could not be brought forward, or that the
9 Vict. plaintiff ought not at least to be compelled to bring it
Court of Chancery. forward by bill, does not appear by the report. It is probable that the former is the true reason of the deci Before the LORD CHANCELLOR, at Westminster. sion, though it is difficult to see why facts from which
Monday .... Nov. 2 Appeal Motions. the intention of the defendant to leave the country could be taken to be sufficiently proved, should not be
S (Petition-day).-Canse, Lunatic, and Tuesday........ 3 (E
Bankrupt Petitions. considered as facts, whether specifically acts of the de- / Wednesday ...... fendant or not, capable of being alleged as supplemental Thursday occurrences.
Thursday ...... 12 Appeal Motions.
12S (Petition-day).—Unopposed Petitions Wednesday, Aug. 19.
101 only and Appeals. The Chancellor of the Exchequer rose, pursuant to notice,
147 to ask leave to bring in a bill empowering her Majesty to con
Monday...... 16 Appeals. stitute a new railway board. The subject had been pressed on
Tuesday the Government by both Houses of Parliament. The com.
Wednesday mittee on railways, in the other House, came to a resolution
Thursday .... 19 Appeal Motions.
20 S (Petition-day).—Unopposed Petitions that it was necessary that there should be some department of Friday ....... the Government so constituted as to command respect, and
- 1 and Appeals.
21 wbich should have the care of all railways and canals. That | Saturday .....
It was in House came to a similar resolution only yesterday.
Monday...... 23 Appeals. accordance with those two resolutions that this bill was now
Wednesday .... 25 Appeal Motions. proposed, in the hope that, by general assent, it might be car. ried this session. The bill proposed that there should be a railway board, consisting of not less than five commissioners, one of whom should be president, and should be paid. He
Vice-Chancellors' Courts. should also be a member of one or other House of Parliament, Before the Vice-CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND, at and connected with the Government, although not necessarily
Monday .... Nov. 2 Motions.
Tuesday........ 3 Petition-day. that there should be two permanent paid commissioners, who
Wednesday .... 47 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, zbould not be removeable. In addition to these, it was proposed that there should be two other members of the Government,
Thursday ...... 5) and Further Directions. who should be commissioners, but unpaid. The two paid Friday ........
Short Causes, Unopposed Petitions,
and Causes. commissioners would of course not have seats in Parlia.
Saturday ... ment, but, it being desirable that there should be in both
9 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Houses a member of the board to answer questions and
10r and Further Directions. be responsible for the acts of the commission, it was pro.
Wednesday ..... 11 posed that a member of the Government should be on the board, who would not receive extra pay on account of
Thursday 12 Motions.
12 S (Petition-day).- Unopposed Petitions, this duty, but who would sit in that House of which the
Short Causes, and Causes. president for the time being was not a member. It was fur.
14) ther proposed that the commissioners, with the sanction of
Monday. the Treasury, should name the secretary and clerks required;
16 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,
Tuesday........ but this would be done by transferring to the new board the
17 and Further Directions.
Wednesday ..... 18 clerks and subordinate officers at present employed in the rail.
Thursday 19 Motions. way department of the Board of Trade. It was further proposed to transfer to this department the whole of the powers Friday .........
0 S (Petition-day).-Unopposed Petitions, now held by the railway department of the Board of Trade, and
- Short Causes, and Causes. that the duty should be imposed on them of seeing that the
2 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, railway companies comply with the acts of Parliament under
ir and Further Directions. which they obtain their powers, and that it should be the duty of the board to conduct any inquiry that might be required by
Wednesday ..... 25 Motions. either house of Parliament. One thing that would be requisite, in order to render this board more useful, was, that the stand.
Before Vice-CHANCELLOR KNIGHT Bruce, at Westminster. ing orders should be altered so far as that the notices of bills
Monday .... Nov. 2 Motions. now required to be given in November should be given in Fe. bruary. This would afford a more full time for investigation
Tuesday ....... 3 (Petition-day).-Petitions and Causes.
This, however, was a into the merits of the different plans.
Wednesday .... 4 Bankrupt Petitions and Causes. subject for a future occasion, and it formed no part of the pre
5 7 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, sent bill. With these observations he would appeal to the
6) and Further Directions. judgment of the house, late as it was in the session, to allow
Saturday ....... 7 Short Causes and Ditto. this bill to be introduced.
9) Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Leave was then given to introduce the bill, which was after.
10 ) and Further Directions.
Wednesday ..... il' Bankrupt Petitions. wards brought in and read a first time.
12 Motions and Causes. Thursday, Aug. 20.
13 (Petition-day).-Petitions and Causes. The Small Debts Bill went into committee, and the clauses Saturday
14 Short Causes and Causes. up to clause 9 were settled. A material alteration was made | Monday. 16 7 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, in the bill as amended in the Lords, by the rejection of the Tuesday. 175 and Further Directions. restriction preventing the judges from practising as barristers. / Wednesday .... 18' Bankrupt Petitions and Ditto.
Thursday ....... 19 Motions and Causes.
JOSEPH CARNE the elder, Truro, Cornwall, provision Friday ........ 20 (Petition-day).-Petitions and Causes. mercbant, dealer and chapman, Sept. 1 and 29 at 11, Dis. Saturday ...... 21 Short Causes and Causes.
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter: Off. Ass. Hirtzel; Monday........ 23 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Sols. Smith & Roberts, Truro; Turner, Exeter ; Morgan, Tuesday ........ 24S and Further Directions.
15, Old Jewry, London.-Fiat dated July 28. Wednesday ..... 25 Motions.
PETER BURY, Manchester, calico printer, Sept. 1 and 23
at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off.
Ass. Fraser ; Sols. Cunliffes & Co., Manchester; KeightBefore VICE-CHANCELLOR WIGRAM, at Westminster.
ley & Co., Chancery-lane, London.-Fiat dated Aug. 13. Monday .... Nov. 2 Motions and Causes.
EDWARD WARD, Medbourn, Leicestershire, corn dealer, (Petition-day). — Pleas, Demurrers, dealer and chapman, Sept. 10 and Oct. 8 at 12, District Tuesday ....... 3 Exceptions, Causes, and Further
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston ; Directions.
Sols. James, Birmingham; Rawlins, Market Harborough. Wednesday ..... 4 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,
-Fiat dated Aug. 12. Thursday .......
WILLIAM BALLINGER, Swansea, Glamorganshire, maltand Further Directions. Friday .........
ster, brewer, and grocer, Sept. 3 at 1, and Oct. 1 at 11, Short Causes, Petitions, (unopposed District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Hutton; Saturday ...... first), and Causes.
Sols. David, Swansea ; Bridges, Bristol. — Fiat dated Monday ........ 9
Samuel May, Myddleton-street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, Thursday .. .... 12' Motions and Ditto.
watch manufacturer, Sept. 3 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon(Petition-day). – Pleas, Demurrers,
don, pr. d.- Robert Moir, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, SouthFriday ......... 13 Exceptions, Causes, and Further ampton, stationer, Sept. 5 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon. Directions.
don, last ex.—John Russell, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, Saturday
w Short Causes, Petitions, (unopposed coal merchant, Sept. 5 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, first), and Causes.
Birmingham, last ex.-John Parsons, Wolverhampton, StafPleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,
fordshire, edge tool manufacturer, Sept. 3 at 11, District Court Tuesday ...... Wednesday ... s
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, last ex.-John Lead, Wellingand Further Directions.
ton, Shropshire, wine merchant, Sept. 1 at 12, District Court Thursday ....... 19 Motions and Ditto.
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, last ex.—John Davis, Broadway, (Petition-day). — Pleas, Demurrers, Worcestershire, miller, and Heaton Norris, Lancashire, provi. Friday ......... 20 Exceptions, Causes, and Further sion dealer, Aug. 22 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir. Directions.
mingham, last ex.-Thos. Southern, Gloucester, grocer, Sept. o Short Causes, Petitions, (unopposed Saturday ....... 21
10 at 2, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, last ex.-Ch. first), and Causes.
Frederick Carne and Maurice Telo, Liverpool, merchants, Monday........ 23 | Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Aug. 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, last 24 and Further Directions.
ex.- Joseph Rothchild, St. James, Bristol, watchmaker, Sept. ..... 25 Motions and Ditto.
21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.-R. Barnes Preston, Leigh, Gloucestershire, coal dealer, Sept. 22
at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.; Sept. London Gazettes.
28 at 1, div.-John Sier, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, baker, Sept. 22 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud.
ac. -Ebenezer H. Durden, Pitchcomb-mill, Standish, Glou. TUESDAY, August 18.
cestershire, manufacturing chymist, Oct. 2 at 11, District Court BANKRUPTS.
of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.-Mary Hart, Chewton MenJOHN PATTERSON, Tonbridge, Kent, tea dealer, grocer,
dip, Somersetshire, victualler, Sept. 21 at 12, District Court
of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.-W. Guy Taylor and Elis. dealer and chapman, Aug. 27 at half-past 11, and Oct. 2 at
Guy, Liverpool, hosiers, Sept. 17 at 11, District Court of 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whit
Bankruptcy, Liverpool, avd. ac. sep. est. of W. Guy Taylor; more; Sol. Townshend, 17, Howland-street.-- Fiat dated
Sept. 18 at 11, div.-Joshua Garsed the elder and J. Garsed Aug. 15.
the younger, Leeds, Yorkshire, flax manufacturers, Sept. 8 at THOMAS EVANS JONES, Knightsbridge-terrace, Knights.
11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.; Sept. 11 bridge, Middlesex, linendraper, Aug. 27 at half-past 12, and
at 11, div.-Thomas Maguire, Birmingham, draper, Sept. 17 Oct. 2 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Al.
at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. sager ; Sol. Lloyd, Milk-street, Cheapside.- Fiat dated
John Marsh, Brewood, Staffordshire, grocer, Sept. 10 at 12, Ang. 15.
| District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.; Sept. JOHN TEASEL, Norwich, carpenter and builder, Sept. 2
12 at 12, div.-Christopher Pope, St. Philip and Jacob, Glouand 26 at ii, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass.
cestershire, near Bristol, copper wire manufacturer, Sept. 10 Follett; Sols. Jay & Pilgrim, Norwich ; Jay, 27, Bucklers.
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.; Sept. bury.-Fiat dated July 30.
11 at 11, div.-Daniel Stanton, Bristol, grocer, Sept. 10 at WILLIAM NORRIS,'Cambridge-villas, Great College-st.,
11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.-William Camden New-town, Middlesex, builder, Sept. 2 and Oct. 1 |
Bucknell Lemon, North-end, Croydon, Surrey, ironmonger, at ll, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Of. Ass. Groom ;
Sept. Il at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. Sol. Haynes, 41, Arlington-street, Camden-town.-Fiat
Joseph Miller, Whittlebury-street, Hampstead-road, Middle. dated Aug. 14. JOHN HARTLEY BUTTERWORTH, King-st., Cheap
sex, painter, Sept. 11 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London,
div. side, London, hotel keeper, Aug. 27 at 1l, and Oct. 1 at 12,
To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on the JOSIAH HARRIS, Mevagissey, Cornwall, grocer, dealer and
Day of Meeting. chapman, Sept. 1 and 29 at 11, District Court of Bank- Benjamin Kent, Rosherville, Kent, out of business, Sept. 10 ruptcy, Exeter: Off, Ass. Hernaman ; Sols. Moore, Exe- at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London. --James Thos. Blurton, ter; Carlyon, St. Austel; Bell & Co., Lincoln's-inn-fields, Piccadilly, Middlesex, wine merchant, Sept. 10 at 11, Court of London. - Fiat dated Aug. 7.
Bankruptcy, London. RUFUS PARKINSON, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, currier and leather cutter, dealer and chapman, Aug. 28
To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless and Sept. 18 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man.
Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before Sept. 8. chester : Off. Ass. Hobson ; Sols. Brooks, Ashton-under. Wm. Bucknell Lemon, North-end, Croydon, Surrey, ironLyne ; Clarke & Co., 20, Lincoln's-inn-fields, London.- monger.- John Smith, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, Fiat dated Aug. 8.
| 58,342 T. ; Samuel Betteley, assignee.-Jos. Brooks, Sutton, · Barr and M Nabb, Paisley and Renfrew, engineers.-Wm. Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, joiner; Joseph Jew, assignee.Moffat and Co., Leith, merchants.--N. Macqueen, Orbost, Thomas Dero, Bratton, Westbury, Wiltshire, yeoman, No. Skye, deceased.-Wm. Mustard, Blairgowrie, deceased.
67,469 C.; Benjamin Calloway, assignee. - David Jones, INSOLVENT DEBTORS
| Barnettin, Hertfordshire, baker, No. 67,588 C.; Duncan An
derson, assignee.—Joseph Clarke, Great Hadham, HertfordWho have filled their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, shire, farmer; Clarles Clarke and Edward Hollis Anthony,
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from assignees. Process.
Saturday, Aug. 15. · Edm. Gibbs, Brighton, Sussex, builder, Aug. 31 at I, Court Orders have been made, testing in the Provisional Assignee of Bankruptcy, London.-Henry Ball, Windsor-st., Lower-| the Estates and Effects of the following Persons :road, Islington, Middlesex, milkman, Aug. 31 at 1, Court of
Con their own Petitions). Bankruptcy, London.-Jacob Hamis, New-st., Gravel-lane, Thomas Holliday, Herbert-street, New North-road, MidSt. Botolph, Aldgate, London, baker, Aug. 31 at 1, Court of dlesex, out of business : in the Debtors Prison for London Bankruptcy, London. - John Thompson, Whitcomb-street, and Middlesex.-James Priseman, Barne's-terrace, Barnes, Pall-mall East, Middlesex, window-blind maker, Aug. 31 at Surrey, market gardener: in the Queen's Prison.-William 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.John H. Kyan, Arling- | Absolom Darby, Trigon-road, Lambeth, Kennington, Surrey, ton-st., Camden-town, Middlesex, clerk in the Audit Office, surveyor: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.Somerset-house, Aug. 31 at half-past 12, Court of Bank
Wm. Bonser, Ely-place, Hoxton Old-town, Middlesex, toy ruptcy, London.- Wm. Hen. Balls, Fortis-green, Hornsey, | dealer: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.Middlesex, out of business, Aug. 31 at 1, Court of Bank- James Edmonds, Bruton-street, Bond-street, Middlesex, boot ruptcy, London.--Edw. Hayes, Hayes-place, Euston-square, maker : in the Queen's Prison.-Henry Holloway, ChurchMiddlesex, paviour, Aug. 31 at half-past 1, Court of Bank- street, Lambeth, Surrey, out of business: in the Queen's Prie ruptcy, London.--John Brown, Lombard-street, Southwark, son.-George Miles, Grosvenor-row, Pimlico, egg merchant: Surrey, licensed victualler, Aug. 31 at 11, Court of Bank- in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-William ruptcy, London.-Thos. Benton, Ely, Isle of Ely, Cambridge, Pasfield, Ealing-green, Middlesex, bricklayer : in the Debtors waterman, Aug. 31 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Prison for London and Middlesex. Jas. Tennant, Silver-st., Wood-st., Cheapside, London, shawl
Con Creditor's Petition). fringe maker, Aug. 31 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.
Alexander John Wynch, Royal-street, Lambeth, Surrey, in Wm. Winepress the younger, Enfield, Middlesex, assistant to a market gardener, Aug. 20 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy,
10 no profession : in the Queen's Prison. London.-Geo. Aug. Masters, Deptford, Kent, sexton, Aug.
(On their own Petitions). 31 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Pike,
| Frederick Forman Gibbs, Bidston, near Liverpool, ship Platt-terrace, Old St. Pancras-road, Middlesex, bricklayer: broker : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-John Evans, Deveroux, Aug. 31 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- Jas. Cardi. Herefordshire, out of business : in the Gaol of Hereford.-W. nat, Halsted, Essex, attorney's clerk, Aug. 31 at 12, Court Chamberlain, Marlingford, Norfolk, out of business : in the of Bankruptcy. London.-Wm. Townsend. Brighton. drilling | Gaol of Norwich.-James Jones, Birmingham, inspector of master, Aug. 31 at II, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Jas. Stamp-office licenses : in the Gaol of Warwick. Jas. EastBishop, Nicholas-lane, London, machine ruler, Aug. 31 at man Laws, Southtown, Suffolk, and Great Yarmouth, Nor11. Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Jas. Shead, Weathers- / folk, ship agent : in the Gaol of Norwich. field, Essex, blacksmith, Aug. 31 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy,
INSOLVENT DEBTOR'S DIVIDEND. London. --John H. Caulfield, Carlisle-st., Soho, Middlesex, Charles Alavoine, Baldwin-street, City-road, carver, Aug. comedian, Aug. 31 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- 22, at Cookworthy's, 24, Castle-street, Falcon-square : 38. 3d. Matt. Diggle, Heywood, Heap, Bury, cotton spinner, Aug. in the pound. 25 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.-Fred. Price, Dudley, Worcestershire, butcher, Sept. 8 at 12, Dis.
FRIDAY, AUG. 21. trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-- Jas. Watts, Crediton, Devonshire, out of business, Sept. 1 at 11, District
BANKRUPTS. Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter.-John Taylor, jun., Golcar,
JESSE CORNELIUS MOORE, Strand, Middlesex, book. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, clothier, Aug. 28 at 11, District seller, publisher, dealer and chapman, Aug. 28 at 11, and Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-Wm. Řooley, West Ardsley,
Oct. 2 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Yorkshire, innkeeper, Aug. 28 at 11, District Court of Bank Ass. Alsager; Sols. Scott & Co., Lincoln's-inn-fields.ruptcy, Leeds.-Thomas Archer, Welland, Worcestershire,
Fiat dated Aug. 18. farming bailiff, Aug. 29 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy,
GEORGE AUGUSTUS CAVENDISH, Church-end, Finch. Birmingham.-- Jas. Stephenson, Liverpool, sail maker's fore ley, Middlesex, lodging-house keeper, Aug. 29 at 11, and man, Aug. 27 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.
Oct. 2 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. -Jas. Donking, Liverpool, dealer in clocks, Aug. 27 at 11,
Whitmore; Sol. Hembery, Bedford-row.- Fiat dated Aug District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.- Henry Lewis, Shepton Mallet, Somersetshire, baker, Sept. 14 at 11. District JOHN MILLER, Mary-street, Hoxton Old-town, MiddleCourt of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-Edward Gregory, Swansea, sex, baker, dealer and chapman, Sept. 2 at 12, and Oct. I Glamorganshire, licensed dealer in wines, Sept. 8 at 11, Dis
at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Groom; trict Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-- Jas. Benbow, Dudley, Sol. Hare, 20, Coleman-street.–Fiat dated Aug. 19. Worcestershire, labourer, Sept. 3 at 10, District Court of LOUIS MEUNIER, Leicester-place, Leicester-square, MidBankruptcy, Birmingham..-James Bottom, Derby, hatter, dlesex, hotel keeper, Sept. 2 and Oct. 1 at 1, Court of BankSept. I at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.
ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Groom ; Sols. Harrison & DoFrederick John Brown, Birmingham, clerk in the Bristol and
bree, Hart-street, Bloomsbury.-- Fiat dated Aug. 17. Birmingham Railway, Aug. 20 at 10, District Court of Bank
WILLIAM GWILLIM MERRETT, Leadenball-street, ruptcy, Birmingham.-Evan Thomas Edwards, Caerphilly,
London, and Oliver's-grove, Bow-road, Middlesex, surgeon Glamorganshire, grocer, Sept. 1 at 11, District Court of Bank. and apothecary, dealer and chapman, Sept. 5 at half-past ruptcy, Bristol.-- James Bradford, Liverpool, provision dealer, 12, and Oct. 8 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London : 0f. Aug. 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.
Ass. Edwards; Sols. J. and T. Gole, 49, Lime-street, James Finch, Liverpool, butcher, Aug. 29 at 12, District Court,
Leadenhall-street, London.-Fiat dated Aug. 20. of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.
WILLIAM TEW, Halifax, Yorkshire, corn and flour dealer, Saturday, Aug. 15.
dealer and chapman, Sept. 1 and 22 at 11, District Court
of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. Wavell, HaThe following Assignees have been appointed. Further Par.
lifax ; Courtenay, Leeds ; Gregory & Co., Bedford-row, ticulars may be learned at the Ofice, in Portugal-st., Lin.
London.-Fiat dated Aug. 17. coln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the Case. JOHN TAYLOR, Meltham, Yorkshire, manufacturer, Sept.
Christiana Walters, Minra-street, Pimlico, Middlesex, plu 3 and Oct. 1 at il, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: massier, No. 58,203 T.; Samuel Smith, assignee.-Thomas Off. Ass. Freeman ; Sols. Laycock, Huddersfield ; Bond, Lindsay, Thibberton-sq., Islington, Middlesex, currier, No.1 Leeds ; Lever, King's-road, London.-Fiat dated Aug. 8.