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No. 19,284 0; Hen. Buckle, new assignee, in place of John WILLIAM LAKE, Henfield, Sussex, grocer, dealer and Wm. Buckle, dec. ---Jean P. Parent, Air-street, Piccadilly, chapman, Sept. 14 at 2, and Oct. 9 at half-past 2, Court of Middlesex, tailor, No. 58,353 T.; Fred. Skerratt, assignee.-1 Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Burnett, Jas. Tegerdine, Wisbeach St. Mary, Isle of Ely, Cambridge Brighton ; Rickard & Walker, Lincoln's-inn-fields.- Piat shire, publican, No. 66,825 C.; Sam. Morton, assignee. dated Aug. 20. John Swift, Down Holland, near Liverpool, shopkeeper, No. JOHN MORTIMER, Bradford, Yorkshire, woolstapler, Sept. 12,546 C.; Wm. Watson, assignee.

16 and Oct. 7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Saturday, Aug. 29.

Off. Ass. Young; Sols. Tilley & Watson, Bradford ; Bond, Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee

Leeds; H. B. Clarke, Chancery-lane, London.-- Fiat dated the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:

Aug. 31.

THOMAS WAINWRIGHT, Barnsley, Yorkshire, surgeon (On their own Petitions).

and apothecary, dealer and chapman, Sept. 16 and Oct. 7 John Ashwell, John-street, Wilmington-square, Middlesex, I

at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Of. Ass. clock maker : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middle Young; Sols. Marshall, Barnsley; Cariss, Leeds; Wilkin. sex. -John Myers, Crutched Friars, London, out of business : son, Lincoln's-inn-fields, London.-Fiat dated Aug. 31. in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-George S. / JOSEPH FIRTH the elder. Staniland. JOSEPH FIRTH Henley, Victoria-gardens, Grove-road, Mile-end-road, Mid

the younger, Booth-town, JAMES DUGDALE, Soyland, dlesex, beer-shop keepér: in the Debtors Prison for London and WILLIAM STOTT, Soyland, all in Yorkshire, cotton and Middlesex. - Thomas Roberts the younger, York-street, spinners at High-town, Birstal, Yorkshire, in copartnership Westminster, Middlesex, out of business : in the Debtors Pri with James Sutcliffe, John Sutcliffe, William Berry, Elson for London and Middlesex.-Joseph Roberts, York-st.,

kanah Hoyle, Joseph Farrar, and John Farrar, (under the Westminster, Middlesex, out of business : in the Debtors Pri.

style or firm of James Sutcliffe & Co.), Sept. 15 and Oct. 6 son for London and Middlesex.-Wm. Clark, Dean's-build

at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. ings, East-street, Walworth, Surrey, out of business : in the Hope; Sols. Wavell, Halifax ; Courtenay, Leeds ; Gregory Queen's Prison:-Charles Burrage, South-street, Rye-lane,

& Co., Bedford-row, London.- Fiat dated Aug. 28. Peckham, Surrey, cowkeeper: in the Gaol of Surrey.-John | GEORGE LEWIS, Wrexham, Denbighshire, apothecary, Tinsley, Roll's-buildings, Fetter-lane, Middlesex, attorney at

dealer and chapman, Sept. 14 and Oct. 5 at 12, District law : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.--Ch.

Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Morgan; Sols. Danvers Hackett, Bouverie-street, Fleet-street, London, out

Hughes, Wrexham; Evans & Son, Liverpool; Philpot, of business : in the Queen's Prison.-John Kitchen, Heaton

jun., 3, Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, London.-- Fiat Norris, near Manchester, out of business : in the Gaol of Lan

dated Aug. 25. caster.-Richard Hounslow, Wing, Bucks, carrier : in the

MEETINGS. Gaol of Aylesbury.-John Munns, Garlinge, St. John, Mar

Wm. Miller, Manchester, commission agent, Sept. 18 at gate, Kent, carpenter: in the Gaol of Dovor.- Sleight Hill,

all: 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last er.-W. Tetford, near Horncastle, Lincolnshire, agricultural labourer : | in the Gaol of Lincoln.

| Tweddle, Liverpool, soap manufacturer, Oct. 1 at 12, District

Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, last ex.-William Wood, The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Shrewsbury, Shropshire, wine merchant, Sept. 22 at 12, Dis.

the Court, in Portugal-st., on Friday, Sept. 18, at 9. trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, last ex. - Jas. Har.

Henry Hancock, Russell-place, Old Kent-road, Surrey, out greaves, Farnhill-hall, Kildwick, Yorkshire, worsted spinner, of business.-Ebenezer Hollingham, Dorcas-terrace, Hammer- Sept. 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.; smith-road, Fulham, out of business.- George Rich. House, Sept. 26 at 11, fin. div.-J. Wainwright, Birmingham, svine Fort-street, Spital-square, Middleses, foreman to a colour ma- merchant, Oct. 10 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birnufacturer.-Isaac Baynton, Crab Tree Shot-rd., North-fields, mingham, aud. ac.-J. Smith, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Peckham, Surrey, commission agent for the sale of ales.-G. shire, grocer, Oct. 6 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, BirWrecks, Reynold's-court, Moor-land, London, jobbing stone- mingham, aud. ac.-G. Ratcliffe, Sheffield, Yorkshire, fender mason.-J. Fry, South-street, Sloane-square, Chelsea, Mid- manufacturer, Sept. 25 at 11, Town-hall, Sheffield, aud. ac, and dlesex, cheesemonger.---J. Webb, Holywell-street, Millbank, fin. div.-F. D. Barker, Cambridge, banker, Sept. 28 at 11, Westminster, Middlesex, hatter. -T. Shortland Norton, Park Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-H. Hartop, Hoyland, street, Camden-town, Middlesex, carpenter.- Sam. Messent, Wath-upon-Dearne, Yorkshire, ironmaster, Sept. 25 at il, Ratcliffe-highway, Middleser, oil and colour man.-Edward Town-hall, Sheffield, fin. dii. - George Parker, Sheffield, Tadd, Charlton-terrace, New Charlton, Kent, baker.

Yorkshire, spade manufacturer, Sept. 25 at 11, Town-ball, Sept. 19, at the same hour and place.

Sheffield, fin. div. Francis Lea, Vernon-squaré, Bagnigge-wells-road, Middle

CERTIFICATES. sex, pocket book manufacturer.- Isaac Wm. Newton, Burr- To be allowed, inless Cause be shewn to the contrary on the street, Wapping, Middlesex, inaster mariner.-Wm. Thomas

Day of Meeting. Stillard, Shades, Old Swan-wharf, Upper Thames-street, Londoñ, dealer in silk.-J. Paynë, Englefield-green, near Egham,

Thomas Caswell and James Thomas Tindall, Northampton, Surrey, out of business.-Francis Harrison, Tottenham-court

* and Sheffield, Yorkshire, leather sellers, Oct. 3 at 12, Court road, Middlesex, furnishing ironmonger. - John Hetherington

of Bankruptcy, London.-Martha Illingworth, Wm. Smith, Smith, Westbourne-park-road, Paddington, Middlesex, attor

and John Wright, Bradford, Yorkshire, worsted spinners, Oct. ney at law.-James Wells, St. Ann's-lane, St. Martin's-le

Cartine de 17 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. Grand, London, woollen draper.

To be allowed by the Court of Reviero in Bankruptcy, unlett INSOLVENT DEBTORS' DIVIDENDS.

Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before Sept. 25. Eric Thos. Baker, clerk in the Treasury, Dickson & Over- Francis Rolfe, Great Marlborough-street, Middleser, tailor. bury's, 4, Frederick's-place, Old Jewry, London : 108, 4d. in -James Philp, Bristol, wholesale stationer.-Thos. Beeston the pound.--Mary Holland, Liverpool, widow, Webster's, Young, Louth, Lincolnshire, chymist. — Henry Williases, Manchester : 108. in the pound.

Llanrwst, Denbighshire, apothecary.--James Edwards, Birmingham, ironfounder.---James Evans, Haywood-lodge, Here.

fordshire, cattle dealer.-J. E. H. Jolliffe, Westbury-uponFRIDAY, Sept. 4.

Trym, Gloucestershire, and Bristol, chymist.-- Jas. Couses BANKRUPTS.

Wolton, Halsted, Essex, ironmonger. -John Wilmot, Lea. ROBERT FRANCIS BARBER, Bishopsgate-street With ton, Nottinghamshire, coach proprietor.--James Waterhouse,

out, London, licensed victualler, dealer and chapman, Sept. Salford, Lancashire, calico printer.—Jos. Greaves Smith, L: 14 at 11, and Oct. 20 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, verpool, grocer.—Sir John Ross, Knight, Gracecharch-street, London : Off. Ass. Alsager; Sol. Hussey, 85, Queen-st., London, banker.-Joseph Davis, Pall-mall, Middleses, and Cheapside, London.--Fiat dated Aug. 28.

Ludgate-hill, London, dentist.
JAMES HALL, Leeds, Yorkshire, chymist and druggist,
Sept. 16 and Oct. 7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy,

Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. Leeds : Off, Ass. Freeman ; Sols. Shackleton, Leeds; Sud. Charles Simson, Glasgow, merchant.-John Callender, low & Co., Chancery-láné, London. -- Fiat dated Aug. 31. | Linlithgow, tanner.

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INSOLVENT DEBTORS

Prison.-Rob. P. Armstrong, Newport, Monmouthshire, liWho hare filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, censed lea dealer : in the Gaol of Monmouth.—John Griffiths, and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Worcester, shoemaker : in the Gaol of Worcester.- Joseph Process.

Vero, Atherstone, Warwickshire, hatter : in the Gaol of WarThomas Allen, Margate, Kent, cordwainer. Sept. 19 at half. | wick.-Solomon Price, Walcot, Bath, Somersetshire, livery. past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.--Robert Cross, Fil. |

Se stable keeper : in the Gaol of Wilton.-Sam. Jamson, Caykins, Oxfordshire, boot and shoemaker, Sept. 19 at half-past

hoemaker Sent 10 at hall nnet | thorpe, Nottinghamshire, following no business ; in the Gaol 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.--Henry Elisha, King-st.,

of Radford Peverel.-Sam. L. Seal, Knightford-bridge-mill, Cloth-fair, London, general shopkeeper, Sept. 19 at half-past

Knightwick, Worcestershire, out of business : in the Gaol of 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Jos. Henry Masson,

Worcester.-Jas. Vero, Atherstone, Warwickshire, in no buMount-st., Friar's-mount, Bethnal-green, Middlesex, painter,

siness: in the Gaol of Warwick.-Wm. Moate, Salford, LanSept. 19 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-John

cashire, general dealer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. Harvey, Milton-next-Gravesend, Kent, grocer, Sept. 19 at The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- Charles Bullen

the Court, in Portugal-st., on Monday, Sept. 21, at 9. Power, Southampton, agent for the purchase of wool on com Wm. S. Alderton, Chancery-lane, London, steel pen mamission, Sept. 19 at half past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- nufacturer.-John Shaw, Tabernacle-sq., Shoreditch, coach don.--Henry Stanborough, Belvidere-lodge, Esher, Surrey, I painter.—Hen. Alger, Edmund-st., Somers-town, Middlesex, out of business, Sept. 19 at half-past 12, Court of Bankrupt. carpenter.-Wm. Griffin, Howard-st., Strand, Middlesex, out cy, London.-Samuel Stephens, Powis-st., Woolwich, Kent, of employ.-Chas. L. Grimwood, Carsitor-st., Chancery-lane, tea dealer, Sept. 18 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- Middlesex, locksmith.-John Riley, Westbourne-park-villas, George Bradley, Romford, Essex, not carrying on any busi. Paddington, Middlesex, out of business.-Jas. Reede, Russellness, Sept. 18 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-- William court and Holywell-st., Drury-lane, Middlesex, news agent. Jones, Lawn-place, South Lambeth, Surrey, out of business, Frances Bennett, Cloudesley.terrace, Liverpool-road, IslingSept. 18 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Jos. Dean, ton, Middlesex, carpenter.-George Spurgin, Church-end, Garratt-lane, Wandsworth, Surrey, dyer, Sept. 18 at 1, Court Finchley, Middlesex, seed grower. of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Gregory, Acre-lane, Clapham,

Sept. 22, at the same hour and place. Surrey, bottled ale merchant, Sept. 18 at 1, Court of Bank

Hen. Godfrey, Hampstead-road, Middlesex, commission ruptcy, London.-Ed. Pitts, Debtors Prison, Whitecross-st.,

agent.-Geo. J. Wright, Church-st., Hampton, Middlesex, London, commander in the royal navy, Sept. 18 at 2, Court attorno

ourt attorney's clerk.-Wm. Pasfield, Ealing-green, Middlesex, of Bankruptcy, London.-Jas. Stone, Princes-street, Drury- bricklaver. Robert Beck, Cheapside, London, hair cutter. lane, Middlesex, carpenter, Sept. 24 at 2, Court of Bankrupt.

Jas. Hanne, Upper Fitzroy-place, New-road, St. Pancras, cy, London.—Thos. Hewitt, Liverpool, shoemaker, Sept. 14

Middlesex, ginger beer manufacturer -John H. Dew, King at u. District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-Samuel William-st., Strand, Middlesex, accountant. George Miles, Melding, Littlemoor, Whitfield, Derbyshire, stone getter,

Grosvenor-row, Pimlico, Middlesex, egg merchant.-James Sept. 16 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.

Broggreff, Crafter-terr., Shepherd's-bush, Middlesex, builder, J. Collinson Kitching, Rusholme, Manchester, builder, Sept.

Wm. Bonsor, Ely-place, Hoxton Old-town, Middlesex, out 16. at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. George of business.-Jos. Ansell, Lucas-st., Commercial-road East, Akers, Liverpool, book-keeper, Sept. 10 at half past 11, Dis.

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SA. Gordon, Esq. of the Inner | Vice-Chancellor Wigram's 5 F. Fisher, Esq. of Lincoln's
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LONDON, SEPTEMBER 12, 1846.

The first thing to be noticed upon the construction of

this section is, that a distinction is made between simply We return to the Small Debts Act, (the 9 & 10 Vict. appearing for a party, and being heard to argue any ques16.95), for the purpose of considering one of the provi- tion for him. Any attorney, or any barrister instruct

sions most materially affecting its operation, viz. the ed by such attorney, may, it would seem, appear in a. Sist, which regulates the mode in which litigants may county court, under the act, on behalf of a party, withappear by professional agents, and the scale of fees out leave of the judge; but he may not argue a quesaccording to which such agents are to be remunerated. tion without such leave. What he may do under the The 91st section is in the following words:-“ That no head of " appearing,” is not clear. Probably, the intenperson shall be entitled to appear for any other party to tion is, that he may examine witnesses, and generally adany proceeding in any of the said courts unless he be vise the party how to proceed, and do, in fact, anything. an attorney of one of her Majesty's superior courts of short of addressing an argument to the court; but, as record, or a barrister at law instructed by such attorney it is not a very easy matter to say what is mere comon behalf of the party, or, by leave of the judge, any mentary on the proceedings as they occur, not being other person allowed by the judge to appear instead of argument, and what is argument, it will follow, that, such party; but no barrister, attorney, or other person, where the court refuses leave to argue, unless it is also except by leave of the judge, shall be entitled to be ruled, that the professional person appearing, is proheard to argue any question as counsel for any other hibited from opening his lips, except by way of private person in any proceeding in any court holden under advice to his client, the course of proceeding will be this act; and no person, not being an attorney admitted likely to be a running fight between the advocate and to one of her Majesty's superior courts of record, shall the judge, the advocate struggling to get as near an be entitled to have or recover any sum of money for argument as he can, and the judge perpetually checkappearing or acting on behalf of any other person in the ing and interrupting him. For their own comfort, we said court; and no attorney shall be entitled to have or doubt not that the judges will, in all cases where a recover, therefore, any sum of money, unless the debt professional person is employed, give him leave to apor damage claimed shall be more than 408., or to have pear and conduct his client's case throughout. or recover more than 10s. for his fees and costs, unless With regard to the fees, there can be no doubt that the debt or damage claimed shall be more than 51., or the intention of the Legislature was, that no attorney more than 158. in any case within the summary juris should be entitled to have or recover, for the whole diction given by this act; and in no case shall any fee business of conducting a case in and out of court, more exceeding 11. 38. 6d. be allowed for employing a bar- than the prescribed fees, viz. 10s. if the debt is under rister as counsel in the cause; and the expense of em- | 51., and 15s. if the debt is above that; but whether ploying a barrister or an attorney, either by plaintiff or the language of the section carries this intention into : defendant, shall not be allowed on taxation of costs in execution, is another question. The restriction upon the case of a plaintiff where less than 5l. is recovered, the attorney's claim to fees is for “ appearing or acting? or in the case of a defendant where less than 51. is on behalf of any other person in the said court.” The claimed, or in any case unless by order of the judge.” 'question will turn, therefore, upon the meaning of the Vol. X.

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words " in the said court.” Will those words include then farewell to cheap justice. We confess we have all business done in relation to a litigation conducted not brilliant anticipations of the working of any County in the county court, or will they be confined to the Courts Act that does not proceed upon the plan so business actually of record? Suppose a claim brought often advocated in this journal, of providing public adon a balance of an account between a higgler and a vocates and attornies, paid, in part, at any rate, by the petty publican, the account consisting of some hun- state. If the poor man is entitled to cheap justice, and dreds of loose scraps of paper on either side, mixed up if it be the fact, that he cannot get it good as well as with parol evidence of petty payments: would the at- cheap, in courts constituted on ordinary principles, why torney's labour in advising his client upon the value, should the state, while holding itself liable to create as evidence, of his various proofs, and the other plea- judges expressly for him, conceive it an infringement sant little points which might arise in such a case, if a of the rights of other classes an unwarrantable tas plaint was filed, be acting in his behalf in the said upon the public purse-to give him that; and which court? Or take a running-down case, or any other case, it is admitted, by the very acts of the Legislature ittrivial or not, where much evidence would have to be self, he cannot pay for, and without which good judges collected and sifted before a party could be advised to can only half help him, viz, competent professional file his plaint: would the attorney's preliminary advice assistance ? and assistance be within the words of the 91st section? If it would not, then that section is plainly emascu

PUBLIC GENERAL STATUTES. lated; if it would, then it is more than doubtful whe

9 & 10 VICTORIÆ.—SESSION 6. ther the effect of the 91st section will not be to make it impracticable for the services of a competent attorney

CAP. I. to be obtained, in the very and only class of cases in | An Act for the further Amendment of the Acts for the Es. which, under this act, they would be requisite, viz. tension and Promotion of Public Works in Ireland. where there are difficulties of fact or law; for it will

[5th March, 1846.] be observed, that the words prohibiting the attorney

CAP. II. from receiving more than the specified costs are very

An Act to authorise Grand Juries in Ireland, at the Spring strong," he shall not be entitled either to have or to Assizes of the present Year, to appoint Extraordinary Prerecover.” It is clear, that, under this section, an express sentment Sessions ; to empower such Sessions to make agreement for larger fees would not be binding on the

Presentment for County Works, and to provide Funds for client; and we conceive that the clause goes further,

the Execution of such Works; and also to provide for the

more prompt Payment of Contractors for Works under and that the attorney could not even retain fees volun Grand Jury Presentments in Ireland. tarily paid, since he is not entitled to have, which

- [5th March, 1846.] must here, we apprehend, mean to hold.

CAP. III. But, though the Legislature appears to have been so

An Act to encourage the Sea Fisheries of Ireland, by provery anxious to prevent the expense of the ordinary busi moting and aiding with Grants of Public Money the Con. ness of these courts from being swollen by the interven struction of Piers, Harbours, and other Works. tion of attornies with bills of costs on the ordinary scale,

- [5th March, 1846.] and though it appears also to have intended to exclude

CAP. IV. the increase of expense by the intervention of counsel, An Act to amend the Acts for promoting the Drainage of by declaring that in no case shall a fee exceeding one Lands, and Improvement of Navigation and Water Power guinea be allowed for employing counsel, this last

in connexion with such Drainage, in Ireland; and to afford clause entirely loses its protective force, by the absence

Facilities for increased Employment for the labouring Classes

in Works of Drainage during the present Year. of any attempt (an attempt which we do not say ought

[5th March, 1846.] to have been made) to apply to the barrister, the personal prohibition laid upon the attorney, against his

CAP. V. having a larger fee than the prescribed one. The con- | An Act to amend an Act for regulating the Construction and sequence is, that, though, clearly, no attorney could re

| Use of Buildings in the Metropolis and its Neighbourhood.

- [24th March, 1846.) cover from his client a fee paid by him to counsel exceeding one guinea, there is nothing to prevent the party

CAP. VI. giving to his attorney voluntarily, any sum that he An Act to make Provision, until the 1st Day of September, thinks fit to instruct him to give to counsel; and clearly

1847, for the Treatment of poor Persons afflicted with Ferer

in Ireland. the fee could not be recovered back from counsel. We

- [24th March, 1846.] see nothing, therefore, in this act that should prevent a

CAP. VII. suitor in the county court, having obtained leave to | An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consoappear and argue by counsel, from

lidated Fund to the Service of the Year 1846. retaining, if rich

[30th March, 1846.] enough, counsel of the greatest eminence. Clearly, this was never contemplated by the Legislature, and so far

CAP. VIII. the 91st section has miscarried.

An Act to make further Provisions as to unclaimed Stock There is, undoubtedly, infinite difficulty in consti

and Dividends of the South Sea Company.

[30th March, 1846.] tuting a court for administering justice, which shall be both cheap and good, and decorously administered. If

CAP. IX. a miserable scale of fees, such as that of the present act,

An Act for amending the Act for rendering effective the Ser

vices of the Chelsea Out-Pensioners, and extending it to is enforced, the tendency is to introduce a very low the Out-Pensioners of Greenwich Hospital. standard of practice; if such a scale is not enforced,

[2nd April, 1846.]

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