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No. 506–Vol. X. SEPTEMBER 19, 1846.

PRICE 18. ** The following are the Names of the Gentlemen who favour The JURIST with Reports of Cases argued and

decided in the several Courts of Law and Equity:House of Lords ........ {

SA. GORDON, Esq. of the Inner || Vice-Chancellor Wigram's SF. Fisher, Esq. of Lincoln's
Temple, Barrister at Law. Court ..... ....1 Inn, Barrister at Law.

SG.J. P.SMITA, Esq. of the Inner
Tenison EDWARDS, Esq. of the | Court of Queen's Bench {
Privy Council .......

" Temple, Barrister at Law. 1 Inner Temple, Barristerat Law.

Queen's Bench Bail Court

SA. V. KIRWAN, Esq. of Gray's The Lord Chancellor's S A. GORDON, Esq. of the Inner

Inn, Barrister at Law. Court .......... 1 Temple, Barrister at Law. Court of Common Pleas, D. POWER, Esq. of Lincoln's

including | Inn; and Master of the Rolls Court (G. Y. Robson, Esq. of the Inner 1 Temple, Barrister at Law.

Appeals under Registra- | W. PATERSON, Esq. of Gray's

tion of Voters Act....) Inn, Barristers at Law. (TENISON EDWARDS, Esq. of the

Court of Exchequer ....

W. M. Best, Esq. of Gray's Inn, Vice-Chancellor of Eng- Inner Temple, and

Barrister at Law. land's Court ........ ) CHARLES MARETT, Esq. of the

Ecclesiastical and Admi. SJ. P. DEANE, D.C.L. of Doctors Inner Temple, Barristers at Law.

ralty Courts ........l Commons. honollor Knight W. W. COOPER, Esq. of the Inner | Court of Review ......

SW.W. Cooper, Esq. of the Inner Bruce's Court........l Temple, Barrister at Law.

Temple, Barrister at Law

LONDON, SEPTEMBER 19, 1846.

| it*. Another maxim or proposition is, that no state or nation can by its laws directly affect or bind property

out of its own territory, or bind persons not resident English lawyers have often been reproached, and, we therein, whether they are natural-born subjects or must confess, not without reason, for their too exclu- others. This, indeed, is truly said, by the author above sive study of their own legal system, and inattention quoted, to be a natural consequence of the first propoto, or, it may almost be said, ignorance of the laws of sition, for it would be wholly incompatible with the other countries, and the general principles of jurispru- equality and exclusiveness of the sovereignty of all nadence. In this respect they are certainly far behind tions, that any one nation should be at liberty to regutheir continental and American brethren. For in- late either persons or things not within its own terristance, the subject of international law has never been tory. If nations had no intercourse with each other, systematically treated of by any English writer, and, and it did not happen that contracts, marriages, testaprior to the time of Lord Hardwicke and Lord Mans- ments, and successions to intestates' estates are common feld, was almost unknown in our courts. Nor until the among persons belonging to countries whose laws are recent establishment by the Middle Temple of the Lec- | different and even opposite on the same subjects, there tureship on Jurisprudence and Civil Law has it appa- would be no occasion to seek for the third maxim or rently ever been regarded as forming a necessary part of proposition, which is the foundation of international theeducation of an English advocate. Lately, indeed, Mr. | law. But, as this is not the case, and as, for instance, a Burge, in his valuable Commentaries on Colonial and Fo contract, valid by the laws of the country where it is reign Law, has discussed many of its topics, but this only made, is often sought to be enforced in another country in connexion with the main object of his work. And it by the laws of which it is positively prohibited, or a is remarkable, that, in a country possessing a colonial marriage may be contracted in a country the laws of empire so extensive, and governed by so great a va- which require the parties to have arrived at the age of riety of laws, a work of even that character should twenty-one years, which they have, but one of them is have been so long wanting.

the subject of a country whose laws require the conIt will probably be new, therefore, to many of our tracting parties to be of the age of twenty-five years, readers, to discuss one of the first principles of in we are driven to seek for rules to govern such cases :—to ternational law, viz. that by which the force and determine, in the former instance, whether the contract obligation that ought to be given in any country to can be enforced; in the latter, whether the marriage is the laws of foreign states are to be determined. Its valid, and, if so, whether only where it is celebrated, and first and most general maxim or proposition is, that not in the other country, or, generally, in all countries. every nation possesses an exclusive sovereignty and we have therefore to inquire, what are the principles jurisdiction within its own territory. And its laws upon which the laws of one country have any force or affect and bind directly all property, whether real or obligation in another. personal, within its territory, and all persons who are The continental jurists have attempted to find these resident within it, whether natural-born subjects or aliens, and also all contracts made and acts done within

* Story's Conflict of Laws, ch. 2, $ 18. Vol. X.

JJ

in the nature of the laws themselves. They have a higher principle,-a paramount moral duty, which divided statutes (by which term is meant not the would, in certain cases, justify the use of physical positive legislation which, with us, is known by that force. This objection has been stated by Dr. Scheffner, name, but the whole municipal law of the particular in a work published in 1841, at Frankfort-on-thestate) into three classes: personal, real, and mixed. Main, intitled “Entwicklung des Internationalen Pri“ Personal statutes are those which have principally for vatrechts," (Development of Private International their object the person, and treat only of property inci Law), and will probably become the subject of much dentally, such as those which regard birth, legitimacy, discussion among jurists. freedom, the right of instituting suits, majority as to! We have observed that the distinctions of the conage, incapacity to contract, to make a will, to plead in tinental jurists as to the personality and reality of laws proper person, &c. Real statutes are those which have do not of themselves furnish a foundation for their force principally for their object property, and which do not or obligation in foreign countries; but they may be speak of persons except in relation to property; such as useful guides in the exercise of the comitas gentium, those which concern the disposition which one may the voluntary consent,-if that be the real foundation; make of his property, either while he is living or by or in the ascertaining the dictates of the paramount testament. Mixed statutes are those which concern at moral duty, if that should be adopted. And in this once persons and property.” Personal statutes were way they have been used in a very learned work pubheld by them to be of general obligation and force lished at Paris in 1843, intitled “ Traité du Droit Ineverywhere, and real statutes to have no extra-terri- | ternational Privé, ou du Conflit des Lois des différentes torial force or obligation. Mixed statutes, though no- Nations en Matière de Droit Privé :” by Dr. Felix. minally forming a separate class, appear to have been | And, probably, in this point of view, the researches dealt with according to the predominancy of the real of the jurists of the seventeenth and eighteenth cenor personal quality. But, in the application of this turies will be found of the utmost value; and, in a classification to particular cases, there has been much matter which, whether we adopt the comity of nadiversity of opinion even amongst those who have tions or the paramount moral duty, seems incapable of adopted it; and, notwithstanding their ability, they being settled on certain principles, and to admit, in the have failed in fixing any certain principles. Indeed, application of its rules to particular cases, of great di- * the doctrine that the real or personal quality of a law versities of opinion, will furnish us with the best means ought to determine whether it should have authority or of determining to what extent, and in what cases, the not beyond the territory of the state to which it belongs, laws of a foreign country ought to be regarded. is probably more fanciful than sound. The maxim or In the application of these rules to particular cases of proposition laid down by Huberus, in his Treatise De conflict of laws, there is much to interest legal minds; Conflictu Legum, and adopted by Mr. Justice Story, is, and, having thus adverted to the subject, we shall in that, whatever force and obligation the laws of one some future Number prosecute it further. country have in another depend solely upon the laws and municipal regulations of the latter, that is to say, upon its own proper jurisprudence and polity, and

Correspondence. upon its own express or tacit consent; but the difficulty is to ascertain by what principles this consent, express

TO THE EDITOR OF "THE JURIST.” or tacit, is to be regulated. As to these, the axiom of | Sir,—The judgment in the case of Lowe v. Steele (15) Huberus is, that the rulers of every empire, from comity, Law Journ., N. S., Exch., 244) must have excited conadmit that the laws of every people in force within its siderable surprise in the profession, because it, in effect,

repeals a portion of an act of Parliament. own limits ought to have the same force everywhere, so

The Law

Amendment Act authorised the judges, from time to far as they do not prejudice the powers or rights of time, to make rules for alterations in the mode of pleade other governments, or of their citizens *. And this ling, &c., and such rules were to be laid before Parlishas been adopted by Mr. Justice Story in his excel- ment six weeks before they began to operate. Certain lent work, who says, “ There is, then, not only no im- rules were accordingly made, and laid before Parliapropriety in the use of the phrase, ‘Comity of na

ment for the time specified, after which they became

part of the act of Parliament. tions, but it is the most appropriate phrase to ex

The 21st section of that act declares, that it shall be press the true foundation and extent of the obligation lawful for the defendant, in all personal actions, (except of the laws of one nation within the territories of an- actions for assault, &c.), to pay into court a sum of other. It is derived altogether from the voluntary con money, by way of compensation or amends, in such sent of the latter, and is inadmissible when it is contrary manner and under such regulations, as to the payment to its own policy or prejudicial to its interest." + It

of costs and the form of pleading, as the judges, or eight

or more of them, shall, by any rules or orders by them has, bowever, been objected to by some writers. They | to be from time to time made, order and direct. Unde have thought that the term “comity” is not sufficiently I this section, the Reg. Gen., H. T., 4 Will. 4, were prom expressive of the obligation of nations to give effect to mulgated, and r. 17 prescribed the form of the plea of paye foreign laws, when they are not prejudicial to their ment of money into court, which was to be as near as own rights and interests,—that it is too general and vague

may be in the form there given, mutatis mutandis. Now to be the foundation of a perfect right or compulsory | is on all fours with the one given by the Reg. Gen.,

that form, so far as concerns the subject of this letter, law; and they have sought to rest the obligation upon T. T., 1 Vict. This latter form is copied, without an

observation on the point in question, into all the books * Lib. 1, tit. 3, De Conflictu Legum.

of practice and of pleading, and, being a statutory rule, of Conflict of Laws, c. 2, s. 38.

| ought, in my humble opinion, to have been upheld in

New Zealand

aly.

the present case. We may, I think, reasonably infer

CAP. XLI. that the collective wisdom of the judges in framing, An Act for granting to her Majesty, until the 5th Day of Sepand the Legislature in sanctioning this rule, have used | tember, 1846, certain Duties on Sugar imported into the terms sufficiently comprehensive to meet the objec- United Kingdom.

[3rd August, 1846]. tion made by Mr. Cowling in Lowe v. Steele. It is remarkable, moreover, that the late Mr. Chitty, who

CAP. XLII. wrote early and fully on the statutes relating to plead-An Act to authorise a Loan from the Consolidated Fund to the ing and practice, and all the other pleaders who have

[3rd August, 1846.] followed in his wake, have in no instance considered the plea insufficient for all purposes within its limits.

CAP. XLIII. The Chief Baron himself, on the first, and, I conceive,

1 conceive; An Act to suspend until the 1st Day of October, 1847, the best impression, inquired, “Is not this plea good if

making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the it follows the form given by the rule of court? Those Militia of the United Kingdom. [7th August, 1846.] rules have the force of an act of Parliament." An observation more forcible and apposite could scarcely have been made. It was replied, that if this plea

CAP. XLIV. were allowed, the plaintiff would be without remedy | for “ interest. I think that proposition is not law,

An Act to remove Doubts as to the Election of Members to because the plaintiff might, I submit, have replied da

serve in Parliament for the County of Chester, the Boroughs mages ultra, and if on the trial the plaintiff had proved

situate therein, and for the County of the City of Chester. interest to be due, he would have been entitled to a

[7th August, 1846.] verdict as for substantial damages : if no interest were

CAP. XLV. due, the averment in the plea, “that the defendant was not indebted in any greater amount," was true, and the

An Act to continue until the 1st Day of September, 1847, cerplaintiff could not claim the shilling nominal damages,

tain of the Provisions of an Act of the fifth and sixth Years because the plea was a sufficient answer. If, in a plea of

of her present Majesty, for amending the Constitution of payment of money into court in an action of debt, the

the Government of Newfoundland. [7th August, 1846.] words "that the defendant never was indebted to the plaintiff to a greater amount,” &c. are not deemed sufficient to cover damages for the detention of the debt, I

CAP. XLVI. would suggest that the general plea of nunquam inde- An Act to continue until the 31st Day of December, 1851, an bitatus be altered by inserting the words “ that the de

Act of the fourth and fifth Years of her present Majesty, for fendant never was indebted, nor has the plaintiff sus

authorising and facilitating the Completion of a Survey of tained damages, in manner and form” &c.; for, if the

Great Britain, Berwick-upon-Tweed, and the Isle of Man. nunquam indebitatus in the general plea be a sufficient

- [7th August, 1846.] denial of damages for the detention of the debt, why should it not be so in the principal case? If the plain

CAP. XLVII. tiff fails to establish a debt, he fails in obtaining da- An Act to apply the Sum of Four Millions out of the Consomages in the one case as in the other. Baron Alderson. I lidated Fund, and the Surplus of Ways and Means, to the indeed, says, “ If the doctrine which Mr. Cowling con

Service of the Year 1846.

[13th August, 1846.] tends for, is correct, the plea of nil debet was a bad plea, because it did not cover the damages.” It is much to be regretted that the ingenuity of counsel should have

CAP. XLVIII. been allowed to prevail against the common sense con- An Act for legalising Art Unions. tained in this statutory form,-framed and approved

[13th August, 1846.] of by so many learned judges,-written upon by a numerous class of practical lawyers,-and apparently pre

CAP. XLIX. vailing against the first impression of the learned barons An Act to continue until the 1st Day of October, 1847, and who decided the case.

J. C. G. to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act

for authorising the Application of Highway Rates to Turn. pike Roads.

- [18th August, 1846.] PUBLIC GENERAL STATUTES.

CAP. L. 9 & 10 VICTORIÆ.—Session 6.

An Act to continue until the 1st Day of October, 1847, and (Continued from p. 349).

to the End of the then Session of Parliament, the Exemption of Inhabitants of Parishes, Townships, and Villages from Lia

bility to be rated as such, in respect of Stock in Trade or CAP. XXXVIII.

other Property, to the Relief of the Poor. An Act to empower the Commissioners of her Majesty's Woods

- [18th August, 1846.] to form a Royal Park in Battersea Fields, in the County of

CAP. LI. Surrey.

[3rd August, 1846.]

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts until the 1st Day of CAP. XXXIX.

October, 1847, and to the End of the then next Session of

Parliament. An Act to enable the Commissioners of her Majesty's Woods

_ [18th August, 1846.] to construct an Embankment and Roadway on the North Shore of the River Thames from Battersea Bridge to Vaux

CAP. LII. hall Bridge, and to build a Suspension Bridge over the said An Act to continue to the 1st Day of October, 1847, and to River at or near Chelsea Hospital, with suitable Approaches the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Act to thereto, including a Street from Lower Sloane-street to the amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies. Northern Extremity of the Bridge. [3rd August, 1846.]

[18th August, 1846.]

CAP. XL. An Act to declare certain Ropeworks not within the Operation of the Factory Acts.

[3rd August, 1846.]

CAP. LIII.
An Act to continue the Copybold Commission until the 31st

Day of July, 1847, and to the End of the then next Session
of Parliament.

[18th August, 1846.]

CAP. LIV.

WILLIAM WARBURTON, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer An Act to extend to all Barristers practising in the Superior and tea dealer, Oct. 2 at half-past 10, and Nov. 5 at halfCourts at Westminster the Privileges of Serjeants at Law in

past 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-uponthe Court of Common Pleas. [18th August, 1846.]

Tyne : Off. Ass. Baker; Sols. Jobling, Newcastle-upon

Tyne ; Bell & Co., Bow Church-yard, London.-Fiat dated Whereas it would tend to the more equal distribution, and

Sept. 9. to the consequent despatch of business in the superior courts

JONAS MILNES, Littletown, Birstall, Yorkshire, blanket of common law at Westminster, and would, at the same time,

manufacturer, JOSEPH LANG, of the same place, blanket be greatly for the benefit of the public, if the right of barristers

manufacturer, JOSEPH WILBY, of the same place, yeo. at law to practise, plead, and to be heard extended equally to

man, and THOMAS BROOK, of the same place, woolstapler, all the said courts; but, by reason of the exclusive privilege of

(carrying on business at Littletown, as scribbling millers, under serjeants at law to practise, plead, and have audience in the

the style or firm of Brook & Co.), Sept. 26 and Oct. 24 at Court of Common Pleas at Westminster during term time,

11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope; such object cannot be effected without the authority of Parlia

Sols. Battye & Firth, Birstall; Bond, Leeds ; Jaques & ment: be it therefore enacted, by the Queen's most excellent

Edwards, Ely-place, London.- Fiat dated Sept. 9. Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the lords spiritual and temporal, and commons in this present Parlia

MEETINGS. ment assembled, and by the authority of the same, that, from John Boulton, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, carrier, and after the passing of this act, all barristers at law, according Oct. 2 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last to their respective rank and seniority, shall and may have and ex.John Taylor, Hollingwood, near Oldham, and Manches. exercise equal rights and privilege of practising, pleading, and ter, rope manufacturer, Oct. 8 at 12, District Court of Bank. audience in the said Court of Common Pleas at Westminster ruptcy, Manchester, last ex.-Robert Priestley, Manchester with the said serjeants at law; and it shall be la «ful for the and Ardwick, grocer, Oct. 7 at 12, District Court of Bank. justices of the said court, or any three of them, of whom the ruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.-James Wilkinson, Manchester, Lord Chief Justice of the said court shall be one, to make grocer, Oct. 7 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manches. rules and orders, and to do all other things necesssary for ter, aud. ac.-Wm. B. Gaskell, Birmingham, draper, Oct. 8 giving effect to this enactment.

at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.Charles Moyle, Whitchurch, Shropshire, linendraper, Oct. 9

at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.CAP. LV.

Anne Casacuberta, Manchester, merchant, Oct. 8 at 12, Dis. An Act to defray, until the 1st day of August, 1847, the trict Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. ; Oct. 9 at

Charge of the Pay, Clothing, and contingent and other Ex. | 12, fin. div.- George Williams, Bristol, watch maker, Oct. penses of the Disembodied Militia in Great Britain and Ire. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.Jand; to grant Allowances in certain Cases to Subaltern John Stevenson, Manchester, tobacconist, Oct. 6 at 11, Dis. Officers, Adjutants, Paymasters, Quartermasters, Surgeons, trict Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.- Edmondsor Assistant-surgeons, Surgeons-mates, and Serjeant-majors of Cooban, Liverpool, common brewer, Oct. 6 at 11, District the Militia ; and to authorise the employment of the Non. Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.--John Riky, Liver: commissioned Officers. - [18th August, 1846.] pool, merchant, Oct. 6 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy,

Liverpool, aud. ac.-- Frederick Cordaroy, Liverpool, hatter, CAP. LVI.

Oct. 5 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, and. An Act to provide Forms of Proceedings under the Acts re- 1 a

ac.-Robert Westmore, West Derby, near Liverpool, joiner, lating to the Duties of Assessed Taxes, and the Duties on

Oct. 7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and

ac.- Cuthbert Taylor and Thos. Hawkey, Monk wearmouth Offices in England.

[18th August, 1846.]

Shore, Durham, ship builders, Oct. 8 at half-past 10, District

Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.-Wm. (To be continued).

Fordyce, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, bookseller, Oct. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.

John Simpson, Talentire, Cumberland, ship owner, Oct. 8 at London Gazettes.

half-past 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-uponTyne, aud. ac.—Henry Roe, Liverpool, goldsmith, Oct. 6 at

11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div. - John SteTUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.

venson, Manchester, tobacconist, Oct. 6 at 12, District Court BANKRUPTS.

of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.-J. J. Ayton, South Shields, HENRY DRYSDALE, Lamb's Conduit-street, Middlesex, Durbam, linen draper, Oct. 9 at half-past 10, District Court

auctioneer, dealer and chapman, Sept. 25 at 3, and Oct. 27 of Bankruptcy, Newcastle upon Tyne, fin. div.-J. Taylor, at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Groom ; Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, coal fitter, Oct. 9 at balf-past 11, Sols. Van Sandau & Cumming, King-street, Cheapside.

District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dis.Fiat dated Sept. 8.

Thos. Snaith and George Snaith, Bishop Auckland, Durham, JOHN HARDY, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, cattle ironmongers, Oct. 8 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy,

dealer, maltster, dealer and chapman, Sept. 17 and Oct. 20 Newcastle-upon-Tyne, div.-James Blacket, Stokesley, Yorkat 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off.shire, flax spinner, Oct. 8 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Ass. Bittleston : Sols. Smith. Birmingham: Scott & Ta. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fin. div.-R. Bone, Durham, grocer, hourdin, 22, Lincoln's-inn-fields, London. - Fiat dated Oct. 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-uponAug. 31.

Tyne, div. HENRY DEVERILL, Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, and

CERTIFICATES. Congleton, Cheshire, corn factor, dealer and chapman, Sept. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or 29 and Oct. 15 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir

before the Day of Meeting. mingham : Off. Ass. Valpy; Sols. Wadsworth, Notting. William WVonnacolt, Bath, Somersetshire, grocer, Oct. 9 at ham; Motteram & Knowles, Birmingham. - Fiat dated 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. - James Eraus, Sept. 1.

Bristol, and Weston-super-Mare, Somersetshire, silk merca, WILLIAM MULLINGER HIGGINS, Birmingham, lace Oct. 13 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-Spency

man, dealer and chapman, Oct. 3 and 31 at 10, District Purser, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, draper, Oct. 9 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Of. Ass. Valpy ; Sols. District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.- William Lonergaa, Everest & Co., Hatton-garden, London.-- Fiat dated Sept. Liverpool, wine merchant, Oct. 6 at 12, District Court of 10.

Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-W. Kirby, Liverpool, hotel keeper, PETER M'SHANE, Dundalk, Louth, Ireland, cattle dealer, Oct. 6 at half-past 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver.

dealer and chapman, (trading between Dundalk and Liver. pool.-J. Davis, Worcester, and Heaton Norris, Lancashire, pool), Sept. 25 and Oct. 20 at 12, District Court of Bank- provision dealer, Oct. 15 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, ruptcy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Cazenove; Sols. Green, Li-Birmingham.-J. Coates, Leominster, Herefordshire, tailor, verpool; Gregory & Co., Bedford-row, London. -- Fiat Oct. 8 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.dated Sept. 9.

| Daniel Antrobus, Audley, Staffordshire, apothecary, Oct. 15

at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-- Charles The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Burrows, East Stonehouse, Devonshire, beer brewer, Oct. 6 the Court, in Portugal-st., on Thursday, Oct. 1, at 9. at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter.-Ann Hall,' Wm. Gosling, St. George's place, Back-road, St. George's Manchester, innkeeper, Oct. 8 at 12, District Court of Bank- in the East, Middlesex, dealer in artificial flowers.Robert ruptcy, Manchester.-J. Knight, Preston, Lancashire, mercer, | Hutton, Laurel-cottage, Highgate, Middlesex, merchant.Oct. 7 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. Chas. Burrage, South-st., Rye-lane, Peckham, Surrey, cowTo be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless

keeper.-Jas. Roberts, Islington-place, Park-road, Islington,

Middlesex, cattle salesman.-Jos. Smith, Bolingbroke-street, Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before Oct. 6.

Battersea, Surrey, carman.-Wm. Jos. Roome, St. Benet'sJohn Scott, Sheffield, Yorkshire, flour dealer.-Wilton place, Gracechurch-st., London, commission agent for the Wood, Liverpool, flat rope manufacturer.--Wm. Joy, Ton- sale of Sheffield goods.-Jos. Augustus Levien, Regent-sq., bridge, Kent, plumber - Charles Pitt, Bristol, licensed vic St. Pancras, Middlesex, clerk in the Crown Surveyor's Office. tualler.- Wheatley Kirk, Salford, Lancashire, stockbroker. -Rich. Aldridge Lewis, White Lion-st., Islington, Middle- Jules Valle, Manchester, and Arnfield, near Mottram, sex, out of business.-Bartholemew Wood, Great Tower-st., Cheshire, commission agent.-Jas. G. Wilson, Standard Fac. working jeweller.—Jas. Hodgkins, Eagle-st., Red Lion-sq., tory, Wenlock-basin, Wharf-road, City-road, Middlesex, en Middlesex, whitesmith.-Henry Holloway, Windsor-place, gineer.—John Hawkins, Maidenhead, Berkshire, butcher. City-road, Middlesex, jobber in railway shares.- Edmund John Stevenson, Frederick-place, Hampstead-road, Middle- Richard Buller, Regent-st., Middlesex, out of employ.-R. ses, china dealer.- Wm. H. Smith, Esq., Swansea, Gla Burridge Lawrence, Myddleton-square, Pentonville, Middlemorganshire, newspaper proprietor and printer.---Wm. Hen. sex, coal merchant. Hounsfield, Cardiff, Glamorganshire, draper.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' DIVIDENDS.
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

Charles Hellyer, purser in the royal navy, Stigant's, PortRobert Upperton. Hen. Verrall, and A. Veysey, Brighton, sea : ls. 11d. in the pound, (in addition to a former div. of attornies and solicitors.--Jas. Owen and Benj. Peach, Liver

18. 1d.).- Jas. Patrick Cockrell, R. N., Morston and Burnpool, attornies and solicitors.

ham Overy, Norfolk, chief officer in the coast-guard service,

and lieutenant on hali-pay, Symons's, Devonport: 28. 8d. in Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS.

the pound. John Richmond, Glasgow, sharebroker.- Charles Hunter Slevart, Edinburgh, coach proprietor.- Ebenezer Steven &

FRIDAY, Sept. 18. Co., Glasgow, manufacturers.-Geo. Lawrie go Co., Glasgow,

BANKRUPTS. commission agents.—Thos. Gemmill, Edinburgh, merchant. -Hen. Macdonald, Glasgow, manufacturing chemist. JAMES JOSEPH FRYER, Birchin-lane, Cornhill, London,

stock and sharebroker, dealer and chapman, Sept. 30 at 1, INSOLVENT DEBTORS

and Nov. 5 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Who hare filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy,

Groom ; Sols. Lindsay & Mason, Cateaton-street, London. and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from

--Fiat dated Sept. 14. Process.

JAMES BLUNDEN, Basingstoke, Southampton, grocer,

baker, dealer and chapman, Sept. 30 and Oct. 29 at 12, John Richards, Tooley-street, Southwark, Surrey, master Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Bell; Sols. Johnmariner, Sept. 24 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.

son & Co., King's Bench-walk, Temple.--Fiat dated Sept. John Jos. Cotman, Thorpe-next-Norwich, teacher of drawing, 15. Sept. 24 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- Frances JOHN HATCHER, Poole, butcher, dealer and chapman, Christey, spinster, Warner-st., Dover-road, Surrey, school.

Oct. 7 and Nov. 5 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: mistress, Sept. 24 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Off. Ass. Edwards ; Sols. Parr, Poole ; Holme & Co., NewChas. Mears, High-st., Putney, Middlesex, grocer, Sept. 24 inn, Strand.- Fiat dated Sept. 9. at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Geo. Bowtle, Finch JOHN EDWARD CAMPBELL KOCH, Great Winchesingfield, Essex, bricklayer, Sept. 24 at 2, Court of Bank. ter-street, London, East India merchant, Sept. 28 at 12, ruptcy, London.-John P. Offord, Great Yeldham, Essex,

and Oct. 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. miller, Oct. 5 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.--Peter Graham ; Sols. Hallearys', Fenchurch-street, London.Ringen, John-st., Booth-st., Christchurch, Spitalfields, Mid Fiat dated Sept. 15. dlesex, scum boiler, Oct. 5 at ll, Court of Bankruptcy, | LEOPOLD ANTON VICTOR RUDOLPHI, Sunderland. London.-Rich. Birch, New-road, Chelsea, Middlesex, agent Durham, general merchant. (carrying on business under the and collector for debts, Oct. 3 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, style or firm of Rudolphi & Co.), Oct. 2 at 11, and Oct. 30 London.— Im. Curtis, East Peckham, Kent, boot maker, at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Sept. 28 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Chas. Smith,

Off. Ass. Wakley; Sols. Cooper, Sunderland, Loveland & Hampton, Middlesex, farmer, Sept. 28 at half-past 1, Court Beckitt, Lincoln's-inn-fields, London.-Fiat dated Sept. 12. of Bankruptcy, London.- Jas. Watson, Manchester, com THOMAS BARROW, Manchester, shirt and collar maker, mission agent, Sept. 25 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, dealer and chapman, Oct. 1 and 23 at 12, District Court of Manchester.-W. M. Granger, Manchester, attorney's clerk, Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hobson ; Sols. Goul. Sept. 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.

den, Manchester ; Milne & Co., Temple, London.-Fiat Josiah Jackson, Bentley Hay, Staffordshire, miner, Sept. 22

dated Sept. 11. at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-Adam

MEETINGS. Petterson, Liverpool, livery-stable keeper, Sept. 25 at 12,

John Smith Chadwick, Manchester, calico printer, Oct. 7 District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool. ---John Gardiner,

at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ex.Liverpool, coffee dealer, Sept. 25 at 11, District Court of

James Stuttard, Manchester, cotton spinner, Sept. 30 at 12, Bankruptcy, Liverpool. -John Wright, Liverpool, surgeon,

right, Liverpool, surgeon, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ex.-Edw. kept. 22 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.

Boult, Isleworth, Middlesex, grocer, Oct. 16 at half-past 2, Saturday, Sept. 12.

Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Robert Spooner, Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee

Buckingham-street, Middlesex, licensed victualler, Oct. 16 at the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:

2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.--Henry Morris,

South Lambeth New-road, Surrey, stonemason, Oct. 6 at 12, (On their own Pelitions).

Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. - William Rolfe, Richard Burridge Lawrence, Myddleton-square, Penton- Manchester, music seller, Oct. 13 at 12, District Court of ville, Middlesex, coal merchant: in the Debtors Prison for Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. - James Taylor, Adam London and Middlesex.-Thomas Devereux, Eldon-street, Adshead, Silas Garner, Joseph Warren, and Wright Hulme, Finsbury, Middlesex, French polisher : in the Debtors Prison Stockport, and Wm. Barnes, Ratcliffe-bridge, Lancashire, for London and Middlesex.-Hamilton Murray, Angel cotton manufacturers, Oct. 13 at 12, District Court of Bankgardens, Shadwell, Middlesex, furniture broker : in the Debt. ruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.- George W. Gee and John F. ors Prison for London and Middlesex.-Wm. Hen. Mathews, Gee, Leeds, and Horsforth, Yorkshire, drapers, Oct. 13 at I, Gloucester, out of business : in the Gaol of Gloucester. | District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.-Charles

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