« AnteriorContinuar »
and means as are herein provided for enforcing a judgment re- or refusing ; and if the tenant or occupier shall not thereupon covered in the said court.
appear at the time and place appointed, and shew cause to the
contrary, and shall still neglect or refuse to deliver up pos* 117. That every treasurer, clerk, bailiff, or other officer em. 1
* session of the premises, or of such part thereof of which he is ployed in putting this act, or any of the powers thereof, in
then in possession, to the said landlord or his agent, it shall execution, who shall wilfully and corruptly exact, take, or ac
take, or acbe lawful for such landlord or agent to give to the court proof cept any fee or reward whatsoever, other than and except such of the holding, and of the end or other determination of the fees as are or shall be appointed and allowed respectively as ten
as tenancy, with the time or manner thereof, and, where the title aforesaid, for or on account of anything done or to be done of the landlord has accrued since the letting of the premises, by virtue of this act, or on any account whatsoever relative to the right by which he claims the possession; and upon proof putting this act into execution, shall, upon proof thereof be- of gepuice of the
e of service of the summons, and of the neglect or refusal of fore the said court, and in the case of a clerk, treasurer, or the ter
or the tenant or occupier, as the case may be, it shall be lawful high bailiff on allowance of the finding of the court by the for
the for the judge to issue a warrant under the seal of the court Lord Chancellor, be for ever incapable of serving or being
r being to any bailiff of the court, requiring and authorising him,
to employed under this act in any office of profit or emolument, with
emolument, within a period to be therein named, not less than seven or and shall also be liable for damages as herein provided. I more thart ten clear days from the date of such warrant, to
18. That, if any claim shall be made to or ir respect of give possession of the premises to such landlord or agent ; and any goods or chattels taken in execution under the process of such warrant shall be a sufficient warrant to the said bailiff to any court holden under this act, or in respect of the proceeds or enter upon the premises, with such assistants as he shall deem value thereof, by any landlord for rent, or by any person not being necessary, and to give possession accordingly: Provided althe party against whom such process has issued; it shall be ways, that entry upon any such warrant shall not be made on lawful for the clerk of the court, upon application of the officer
å Sunday, Good Friday, or Christmas day, or at any time excharged with the execution of such process, as well before as
cept between the hours of nine in the morning and four in the after any action brought against such officer; to issue a sum afternoon : Provided also,' that nothing herein contained shall mons calling before the said court as well the party issuing be deemed to protect any person by whom any such warrant such process as the party making such claim; and thereupon shall be sued out of the county court from any action which any action which shall have been brought in any of her Ma. may be bronght against him by any such tenant or occupier for jesty's superior courts of record, or in any local or inferior or in respect of such entry and taking possession, where such court. in respect of such claim. shall be stayed and the court person had not, at the time of suing out the same as aforesaid. in which such action shall have been brought, or any judge | lawful right to the possession of the same premises. thereof, on proof of the issue of such summons, and that the 123. That such summons as last aforesaid may be served goods and chattels were so taken in execution, may order the other party bringing such action to pay the costs of all proceedings
be feither personally or by leaving the same with some person had upon such action after the issue of such summons out of
being in and apparently residing at the place of abode of the
1 person or persons so holding over as aforesaid ; provided that, the county court; and the judge of the county court shall ad. 19 judicate upon such claim, and make such order between the
if the person or persons so holding over, or any or either of
them, cannot be found, and the place of abode of such person parties in respect thereof, and of the costs of the proceedings, as to him shall seem fit, and such order shall be enforced in
8. f or persons shall either not be known, or admission thereto canlike manner as any order made in any suit brought in such
not be obtained for serving such summons, the posting of the
said summons on some conspicuous part of the premises so court.
held over shall be deemed to be good service upon such person 119. That all actions of replevin, in cases of distress for rent or persons respectively. in arrear or damage faisant, which shall be brought in the
| 124. That it shall not be lawful to bring any action or procounty court, shall be brought without a writ in a court held under this act.
secution against the judge or against the clerk of the court by
whom such warrant as aforesaid shall have been issued, or 120. That, in every such action of replevin, 'the plaint shall against any bailiff or other person by whom such warrant may be entered in the court holden under this act for the district be executed or summons affixed, for issuing such warrant, or wherein the distress was taken.
executing the same respectively, or affixing such summons, by 121. That, in case either party to any such action of re
reason that the person by whom the same shall be sued out had plevin shall declare to the court in which such action shall | not lawful right to the possession of the premises. be brought that the title to any corporeal or incorporeal he. 125. That, where the landlord at the time of applying for reditament, or to any toll, market, fair, or franchise, is in such warrant as aforesaid had lawful right to the possession of question, or that the rent or damage in respect of which the the premises, or of the part thereof so held over as aforesaid, distress shall have been taken is more than the sum of 201., | neither the said landlord nor his agent, nor any other person and shall become bound, with two sufficient sureties, to be acting in his behalf, shall be deemed to be a trespasser by reaapproved by the clerk of the court, in such sums as to the son merely of any irregularity or informality in the mode of judge shall seem reasonable, regard being had to the nature of proceeding for obtaining possession under the authority of this the claim, and the alleged value or amount of the property in act, but the party aggrieved may, if he think fit, bring an acdispute, or of the rent or damage, to prosecute the suit with tion on the case for such irregularity or informality, in which effect and without delay, and to prove before the court by the damage alleged to be sustained thereby shall be specially which such suit shall be tried that such title as aforesaid is in laid, and may recover full satisfaction for such special damage, dispute between the parties, or that there was ground for be- with costs of suit; provided that, if the special damage so laid lieving that the said rent or damage was more than 201., then, be not proved, the defendant shall be entitled to a verdict, and not otherwise, the action may be removed before any | and that, if proved, but assessed by the jury at any sum not court competent to try the same in such manner as hath been exceeding 58., the plaintiff shall recover no more costs than accustomed.
| damages, unless the judge before whom the trial shall have 122. That, when and so soon as the term and interest of been holden shall certify, that, in his opinion, full costs ought the tenant of any house, land, or other corporeal heredita. Io be autowed. ment, where the value of the premises or the rent payable in 126.' That, in every case in which the person by whom any respect of such tenancy did not exceed the sum of 501. by such warrant shall be sued out of the county court had not, at the year, and upon which no fine shall have been paid, shall the time of suing out the same, lawful right to the possession have ended, or shall have been duly determined by a legal of the premises, the suing out of any such warrant as last aforenotice to quit, and such tenant, or, if such tenant do not ac- said shall be deemed a trespass by him against the tenant or tually occupy the premises, or occupy only a parti thereof, any occupier of the premises, although no entry shall be made by person by whom the same or any part thereof shall be then virtue of the warrant; and in case any such tenant or occupier atually occupied, shall neglect or refuse to quit and deliver will become bound, with two sufficient sureties, to be approved up possession of the premises, or of such part thereof respect by the clerk of the court, in such sum as to the judge shall ively, it shall be lawful for the landlord or his agent to enter | seem reasonable, regard being had to the value of the premises, a plaint in tho county court to be holden under this act, and I and to the probable cost of such action, to sue the person by thereupon a summons shall issue to the personi sa neglecting Iwbona such warrant was sued out with effect and without delay,
and to pay all the costs of the proceeding in such action in case shall appear to the satisfaction of such justice, either by the a verdict shall pass for the defendant, or the plaintiff shall dis- confession of the offender or otherwise, that he hath not within continue or not prosecute his action, or become nonsuit there- the jurisdiction of such justice sufficient goods and chattels in, execution upon the warrant shall be stayed until judgment whereon to levy all such penalties, forfeitures, costs, and shall have been given in such action of trespass ; and if, upon charges, such justice may, at his discretion, without issuing the trial of such action of trespass, a verdict shall pass for the any warrant of distress, commit the offender to the common plaintiff, such verdict and judgment thereupon shall supersede gaol or house of correction for any time not exceeding three the said warrant.
calendar months, unless such penalties, forfeitures, and fines, 127. That every bond given on the removal of any action
and all reasonable charges attending the recovery thereof, shall out of the county court, or upon staying the execution of any
be sooner paid and satisfied. such warrant of possession as aforesaid, or on moving for a : 133. That the monies arising from any such penalties, fornew trial, or to set aside a verdict, judgment, or nonsuit, shall | feitures, and fines as aforesaid, when paid and levied, shall (if be made to the other party to the action at the costs of such not by this act directed to be otherwise applied) be from time other party, and shall be approved by the judge, and attested to time paid to the clerk of the court, and shall be applied in under the seal of the court; and if the bond so taken be for- | aid of the general fund thereof. feited, or if, upon the proceeding for securing which such bond 134. That in all cases in which by this act any penalty or was given, the judge before whom such proceeding shall be forfeiture is made recoverable before a justice of the peace, it had shall not certify upon the record in court that the condi- shall be lawful for such justice to summon before him the party tion of the bond hath been fulfilled, the party to whom the complained against, and on such summons to hear and deterbond shall have been so made may bring an action of debt, and mine the matter of such complaint, and on proof of the offence recover thereon: Provided always, that the court in which to convict the offender, and to adjudge him to pay the penalty such action as last aforesaid shall be brought may, by a rule of or forfeiture incurred, and to proceed to recover the same, al. court, give such relief to the parties liable upon such bond as though no information in writing shall have been exhibited bemay be agreeable to justice and reason, and such rule shall have fore him; and all such proceedings by summons without inthe nature and effect of a defeasance to such bond.
formation in writing shall be as valid and effectual to all intents 128. That all actions and proceedings which, before the
and purposes as if an information in writing had been es.
hibited. passing of this act, might have been brought in any of her Majesty's superior courts of record, where the plaintiff dwells 135. That in all cases where any conviction shall be had for more than twenty miles from the defendant, or where the any offence committed against this act, the form of conviction cause of action did not arise wholly or in some material point may be in the words or to the effect following ; (that is to within the jurisdiction of the court within which the defendant say), dwells or carries on his business at the time of the action “Be it remembered, That on this day of — in the brought, or where any officer of the county court shall be a year of our Lord , A. B. is convicted before of her party, except in respect of any claim to any goods and chattels Majesty's justices of the peace for the cor before a judge taken in execution of the process of the court, or the proceeds
appointed under an act passed in the year of the reign of or value thereof, may be brought and determined in any such her Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled, here insert the title of superior court, at the election of the party suing or proceeding, this act,] of having [state the offence]; and I (or we] the as if this act had not been passed.
said do adjudge the said to forfeit and pay for the 129. That, if any action shall be commenced after the pass
same the sum of , or to be committed to — for the space ing of this act in any of her Majesty's superior courts of re
of - Given under - hand and seal the day and year cord, for any cause other than those lastly hereinbefore speci- |
aforesaid." fied, for which a plaint might have been entered in any court 136. That no order, verdict, or judgment, or other proceedholden under this act, and a verdict shall be found for the ing, made concerning any of the matters aforesaid, shall be plaintiff for a sum less than 201. if the said action is founded quashed or vacated for want of form.
r less than 51. if it be founded on tort, the said 137. That where any distress shall be made for any sum of plaintiff shall have judgment to recover such sum only, and no costs; and, if a verdict shall not be found for the plaintiff, the
| money to be levied by virtue of this act, the distress itself shall
not be deemed unlawful, nor the party making the same be defendant shall be entitled to his costs as between attorney and
deemed a trespasser, on account of any defect or want of form client, unless in either case the judge who shall try the cause
in the information, summons, conviction, warrant of distress, sball certify on the back of the record that the action was fit to
or other proceeding relating thereto, nor shall the party disbe brought in such superior court.
training be deemed a trespasser from the beginning on account 130. That all penalties, fines, and forfeitures by this act in- of any irregularity which shall afterwards be committed by the flicted or authorised to be imposed (the manner of recovering | party so distraining, but the person aggrieved by such irregu. and applying whereof is not hereby otherwise particularly di- | larity may recover full satisfaction for the special damage in an rected) shall, upon proof before any justice of the peace having action upon the case. jurisdiction within the county or place where the offender shall reside or be, or the offence shall be committed, either by the
138. And for the protection of persons acting in the execuconfession of the party offending, or by the oath of any credible
tion of this act, be it enacted, That all actions and prosecutions witness, be levied, with the costs attending the summons and
to be commenced against any person for anything done in pur.
suance of this act shall be laid and tried in the county where conviction, by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the
the fact was committed, and shall be commenced within three party offending, by warrant under the hand of any such jus
calendar months after the fact committed, and not afterwards, tice; and the overplus (if any), after such penalties, fines, and forfeitures, and the charges of such distress and sale, are de
or otherwise ; and notice in writing of such action, and of the ducted, shall be returned, upon demand, unto the owner of
cause thereof, shall be given to the defendant one calendar
month at least before the commencement of the action ; and no such goods and chattels.
plaintiff shall recover in any such action if tender of sufficient 131. That if any such penalties, fines, and forfeitures re- amends shall have been made before such action brougtit, spectively shall not be paid forthwith upon conviction, it shall | or if after action brought a sufficient sum of money shall have be lawful for such justice to order the offender so convicted to been paid into court, with costs, by or on behalf of the de. be detained in safe custody until return can be conveniently fendant. made to such warrant of distress, unless such offender shall give | 120 That if any nerson shall bring any snit in any of her sufficient security to the satisfaction of such justice for his ap-no pearance before him on such day as shall be appointed for the
P| Majesty's superior courts of record in respect of any grievance return of such warrant of distress, such day not being more
committed by any clerk, bailiff, or officer of any court holden than eight days from the time of taking any such security,
under this act, under colour or pretence of the process of the
ty, said court, and the jury upon the trial of the action shall not which security such justice shall be empowered to take by way of recognisance or otherwise as to him shall seem fit.
find greater damages for the plaintiff than the sum of 201., 10
costs shall be awarded to the plaintiff in such action unless the 132. That if upon the return of such warrant it shall appear judge shall certify in court upon the back of the record th that no sufficient distress can be had thereupon, or in case it action was fit to be brought in such superior court.
140. Provided always, that nothing in this act contained Ely (Isle of)
18 Geo. 3, c. xxxvi, shall be construed to alter or affect the rights or privileges of Exeter......
13 Geo. 3, c. xxvii. the chancellor, masters, and scholars of the Universities of Faversham ..
25 Geo. 3, c. vii. Oxford or Cambridge respectively as by law possessed, or the Folkestone ...
26 Geo. 3, c. xcviii. jurisdiction of the courts of the chancellors or vice-chancellors Gloucester .....
1 Will. & M. c. xviii.' of the said universities, as holden under the respective charters Gravesend .....
47 Geo. 3, sess. 2, c. xl. of the said universities, or otherwise.
46 Geo. 3, c. xxxvii. holl Hagnaby .......
18 Geo. 3, c. xxxiv. 141. Provided also, that nothing in this act contained shall
47 Geo. 3, c. xxxvi. be construed to affect the courts of the lord warden or of the
47 Geo. 3, sess. 2, c. lxxix. rice-warden of the stannaries of Cornwall; but this provision
12 Geo. 3, c. lxvi. shall not be deemed to prevent the establishment of any court
King's Lynn .....
10 Geo. 3, c. xx. under this act within the said stannaries, or to limit or affect
48 Geo. 3, c. cix. the jurisdiction of any court so established under this act.
Kirby in Kendal....
4 Geo. 3, c. xli. 142. That, in construing this act all things directed or au,
24 Geo. 2, c. xvi. thorised to be done by or with respect to the Lord Chancellor Liverpool ................
6 & 7 Will. 4, c. cxxxv. shall and may be done by or with respect to a lord keeper or
48 Geo. 3, c. xliii. the first commissioner for the custody of the Great Seal of the
47 Geo. 3, sess. 2, c. vii. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ; and all things Middlesex .....
23 Geo. 2, c. xxxii. directed or authorised to be done by or with respect to the Newcastle-upon-Tyne.. 1 Will. & M. c. xvii. commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury shall and may be Norwich ......
12 & 13 Will. 3, c. vii. done by and with respect to three or more of the said commis
| Old Swinford ......... 17 Geo. 3, c. xix. sioners or the lord high treasurer; and the word “person"
Pontefract Honor ....... 2 & 3 Vict. c. lxxxv. shall be understood to mean a body politic, corporate, or col Poulton
10 Geo. 3, c. xxi. legiate, as well as individual ; and every word importing the Rochester
48 Geo. 3, c. li. singular number shall, where necessary to give full effect to the Saint Alban's ..
25 Geo. 2, c. xxxviii. enactments herein contained, be understood to mean several Saint Briavels..............
5 & 6 Vict. c. lxxxiii. persons or things as well as one person or thing; and every Sandwich.
47 Geo. 3, c. XXXV. word importing the masculine gender shall, where necessary, Sheffield ..
48 Geo. 3, c. ciii. be understood to mean a female as well as a male ; and the Shrewsbury ........
23 Geo. 3, c. lxxii. words “county court" shall be understood to mean any court Southwark and East Brixton.. 4 Geo. 4, c. cxxiii. holden under this act; and the term "landlord" shall be un.
46 Geo. 3, c. cxiv. derstood to mean the person entitled to the immediate revertitled to the immediate rever- Tower Hamlets ....
2 Will. 4, c. lxv. sion of the lands, or, if the property be bolden in joint te- | Westbury ........... 48 Geo. 3, c. lxxxviii. nancy, coparcenary, or tenancy in common, shall be understood Westminster
24 Geo. 2, c. xlii. to mean any one of the persons entitled to such reversion ; | Wight (Isle of) ..
46 Geo. 3, c. lxvi. and the word “clerk” shall be understood to mean “chief | Wolverhampton ......
48 Geo. 3, c. cx. clerk,” or “ registrar;' and the words “ attorney at law” shall | Wraggoe .......
19 Geo, 3, c. xliii. be understood to include a solicitor in any court of equity ; | Yarmouth (Great) ...... 31 Geo. 2. c. xxiv. and the word “ agent” shall be understood to mean any person usually employed by the landlord in the letting of lands, or in the collection of the rents thereof, or specially authorised to
SCHEDULE (B.) act in any particular matter by writing under the hand of such landlord ; and the word “bailiff” shall be understood to in Acts for the more easy and speedy RECOVERY of SMALL clude high bailiff; unless in any of these cases there be some- DEBTS within the Towns, Parishes, and Places under writ. thing in the context inconsistent with such meaning.
ten, and other Parishes and Places adjacent thereto; (that is 143. That this act may be amended or repealed by any act
to say), to be passed in this session of Parliament.
S 2 & 3 Vict. c. lxxxvi.
13 Vict. c. xxxii.
1 & 2 Vict. c. XC. SCHEDULES TO WHICH THIS ACT REFERS.
2 & 3 Vict. c. xcviii. Blackburn
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxvii.
16 & 7 Will. 4, C. cxx. SCHEDULE (A.)
11 & 2 Vict. c. lxxxix. Bolton ........
3 Vict. c. xviii. Acts for the more easy and speedy RECOVERY of SMALL
3 Vict. c. x. Debts within the Towns, Parishes, and Places under writ.
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxxii. ten, and other Parishes and Places adjacent; (that is to say),
2 & 3 Vict. c. ci. Ashton-under-Lyne 48 Geo. 3, c. xcvii. Chesterfield....
2 & 3 Vict. c. civ. Bath...................... 45 Geo. 3, c. lxvii. Crediton ......
8 & 9 Vict. c. lxxix. Leverley ................... 46 Geo. 3, c. cxxxv. East Retford
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxxvii. Birmingham ............... 47 Geo. 3, c. xiv. Eckington ....
2 & 3 Vict. c. ciii. Blackheath ... 47 Geo. 3, c. iv. Exeter .....
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxiii. Bolingbroke and Horncastle .. 47 Geo. 3, sess. 2, c. lxxvii. Gainsburgh ....
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxxvi.
2 & 3 Vict. c. lxxxvij. Bradford ..................
47 Geo, 3, sess. 2, c. xxxix.
2 & 3 Vict. c. lxxxix.
2 & 3 Vict. c. cvi. 7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. lxxxiv. Hatfield .....
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxiv. Brixton ................. 56 Geo. 3, c. lxxxviii. Hinckley ..........
7 Will. 4, c. viii. Broseley ................. 22 Geo. 3, c. xxxvii. Hyde ............
3 & 4 Will. 4, c. cxix. Canterbury .............. 25 Geo. 2, c. xlv. Kingsnorton
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxv. Chippenbam ............ 5 Geo. 3, c. ix. Launceston ........
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxvi. Cirencester ............ 32 Geo. 3, c. lxxvii.
5 6 & 7 Will. 4, c. cxxiii.
17 Will. 4, c. vii.
7 Will. 4, c. ix.
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxix.
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxxiv.
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxxv. Ecclesall 48 (Geo. 3, c. ciii. Newton Abbott ....
3 Vict. c. XXV. ........ 47 Geo. 3, c. xxvii.
Nottingham, . ..............
2 & 3 Vict. c. cv.
Oakham .................. 1 Vict. c. xxxvi.
AMOUNT OF DEMAND. Prestbury Division of the Hun-lau dred of Macclesfield ......) 6 Will. 4, c. xiii.
Exceeding Prestwich-cum-Oldham...... 2 & 3 Vict. c. c.
101. Roborough ................
7 Will. 4, c. lxii. Rochdale ................
2 & 3 Vict. c. xc. Rotherham ............
2 & 3 Vict. c. lxxxvii. Saint Helen's.......
4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxxii. Staffordshire Potteries.. 4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxxi. Tavistock ........ 3 Vict. c. Ixviii.
CLERK'S FEES. Totnes ....... 4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxx.
8. d.js. d. s. d. 8. d. &. d. d. Warrington..........
2 & 3 Vict. c.xci.
Entering and drawing up every judg
ment and order, and copy thereof ..JO 30 6101 62 63 0 6 & 7 Will. 4, c. cxxxvii. Westminster .........
Payment of money in or out of court, Wigan ....... 4 & 5 Vict. c. lxxviii.
whether or not by instalments at Wirksworth..
2 & 3 Vic. c. cii.
different times, including noticel
thereof, and taking receipt ........10 20 40 6 - Paying money into court, and entering
same in books, and notice thereof,
or of sum in full satisfaction having SCHEDULE (C.)
been paid into court, each instalment
or payment................... - 06 0 81 0.
Payment of money out of court, and
-10 9 1 0 1 6 Appointmentis to belong. Every search in the books ............10 20 20 40 6 1 0 1 0
Issuing every warrant, attachment, or
be holden at Ash Ashton-under-Lyne. Supersedeas of execution, or certificate
of payment, or withdrawal of cause.. 0 30 60 6 1 0 1 6 2 0 Birmingham ...... High Bailiff of the Lord of the Manor of Warrant of commitment for an insult Court to be holden Birmingham
or misbehaviour in court..........1 0101 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 at Birmingham.
Entering and giving notice of jury being Cirencester ...... Clerk of the Court to Lord of the Manor and required ...
.....0 60 91 0 1 6 2 0 2 6 be holden at Ciren- Seven Hundreds of Ci- Issuing summons for jury ............10 610 91 0 1 6 2 0 2 6 cester. rencester. Swearing jury ......
....0 60 80 10 1 0 1 61 6" Kidderminster ..... Clerk of the Court to Lord of the Manor of Every hearing, trial, or nonsuit with al l
be holden at Kid the Borough of Kid- jury ...........................10162 0 3 0 5 0 7 6
Taking recognisance or security for
0 2 6 3 0
blecoat, to whom, on proposed, and taking bond on re-
- - 1 0 2 0 30"
HIGH BAILIFF'S FEES.
Calling every eause .................10 20 30 41 0 6 1 0 1 6%
......0 20 30 6 1 0 1 6 2 0 at Watford.
Serving every summons, order, or subSheffield ........ Judge of the Court to Lord of the Manor of pena within one mile of court-house o 30 40 6 0 10 1 0 1 6' be holden at Shef- Sheffield.
If above one mile, then extra for every field.
other mile ...... ...
.............0 20 20 30 404 Clerk of the Court to Lord of the Manor of Execution of every warrant, precept, or be holden at Shef Ecclesall.
attachment against the goods or bodyl field.
within one mile of the court-house ..(1 62 63 64 05 07 0 Stockport..... Clerk of the Court to Lord of the Manor and If above one mile, then extra for every
be holden at Stock Barony of Stockport. other mile .......................10 30 30 40 6 0 6 0 6
If two officers be necessary in the judg-
one mile of the court-house ....... 101 6 2 0 2 0 2 6 3 0
..0 30 30 40 60 606 SCHEDULE (D.)
Keeping possession of goods till sale,
per day, not exceeding five days ...1 0162 0 2 0 2 6 30
Carrying every delinquent to prison,
including all expenses and assistants,
.....1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Exceeding
Issuing warrant to clerk of another court|1 01 6 2 0 2 6 3 0 3 6 101.
N. B. Where the plaintiff recovers less than his claim, so as to redure the scale of costs, the plaintiff to pay the difference.-The several ? fees payable on proceedings in replevin to be regulated on the same scale by the amount distrained for, and on proceedings for the recovery of tenem ents by the yearly rent or value of the tenement sought to be
8. d. s. d. a. d. s. d.
the Prevention of contagious and epidemic Diseases until 3061 0 2 0 3 0 3 0
the 31st da v of August, 1847, and to the End of the then
next Session of Parliament. CLERK'S FEES.
- [28th August, 1846.] Entering every plaint and issuing the summonis thereon.... ....0 30 610 2 0 3 0 3 6
An Act to provide for removing the Charge of the Consta.
larging the Reserve Yorce; and to make further Provision defence .........
for the Regulation and Disposition of the Constabulary Swearing every witness for plaintiff or
[28th August, 1846.] defendant. ........ 0 20 20 30 406101
(To be continued).
Cheapside, London, fringe manufacturer, Oct. 23 at 12, Court London Gazettes.
of Bankruptcy, London. --Chas. Hambridge, Curtain-road, Shoreditch, and Milner's-mews, Hardington-st., Paddington,
Middlesex, coachsmith, Oct. 20 at half-past 1, Court of TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.
Bankruptcy, London.-John Payne, Bristol, millwright, Oct.
27 at il, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-- Thomas BANKRUPTS.
Southern, Gloucester, grocer, Oct. 22 at 1, District Court of WILLIAM GLASSCOCK, St. Mary'the Great, Cambridge,
Bankruptcy, Bristol.- Wm. Williams, Watton, St. Mary, wine and spirit merchant, Oct. 12 at 1, and Nov. 9 at halfa
Brecon, victualler, Oct. 22 at 12, District Court of Bankrupt. past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Graham ;
cy, Bristol.-F. F. Phillips, Bristol, coachmaker, Oct. 23 at Sols. Bevill, Cambridge; Thorndike, Staple inn.- Fiat
ií, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.--Robt. S. Perdated Sept. 19.
rott, Exeter, grocer, Oct. 29 at l, District Court of BankWILLIAM BAKER, Manchester and Salford, Lancashire,
ruptcy, Exeter.-Robert Pattinson, Exeter, grocer, Oct. 29 plasterer and painter, dealer in paints and colours, dealer
| at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter.-Hodgson Steland chapman, Oct. 14 and Nov. 11 at 11, District Court
ling, Well, Yorkshire, woolcomber, Oct. 21 at 11, District of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Pott; Sols. Cooper,
Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. Manchester ; Gregory & Co., Bedford-row, London.-Fiat To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless dated Sept. 22.
Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before Oct. 20. ALFRED JOHNSON, South Shields, Durham, printer, sta
Henry Tune, Blackfriars-road, Surrey, boot manufacturer. tioner, bookseller, dealer and chapman, Oct. 7 at half-past 10, and Nov.5 at 2, District Court of Bankruptcy, New.
-Chas. Fred. Ellerman, Philpot-lane, London, commission castle-upon-Tyne : Off. Ass. Wakley ; Sols. Wilson, South
| merchant.--Rich. David, Newbridge, near Cardiff, GlamorShields; Hodgson, Broad-street-buildings, London.-Fiat
ganshire, draper. -Edwin Lilley, Kingston-upon-Hull, timdated Sept. 22.
ber merchant.--Wm. Cato, Hexham, Northumberland, tea
dealer.- Robert Cook, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, apotheMEETINGS.
cary.--Waller Bates, Manchester, stockbroker. John Thos. Jos. Southern, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, victualler, Carter, Berners-street, Oxford-st., Middlesex, apothecary:Oct. 27 at half-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir- Thomas Ashworth, Manchester, common brewer. --Charlotte mingham, last ex.-Donald Maclean, Upper Brook-street, Staples, Southampton, milliner. Grosvenor-square, Middlesex, Witton Castle, Durbam, and
Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. Woodhouse-close Colliery, near Bishop Auckland, Durham, brick maker, Oct. 22 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, Robert de Lambert, Moffat, iron merchant.-James Allan, and. ac.-Rob. Hearn, Doddington-grove, Kennington, Sur Edinburgh, clothier. rey, and Wood-street, Cheapside, London, commission agent,
INSOLVENT DEBTORS Oct. 22 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-John Payne, Bristol, millwright, Oct. 20 at 12, District Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.-John K. Winter and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from bottom, Heaton Norris, Manchester, banker, Oct. 22 at 12,1 Process. District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. ; Oct. 23 William Leggett, Cotton, near Stowmarket, Suffolk, corn at 12, div.-Wm. Walker, Manchester, fustian manufacturer, I miller, Oct. 8 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Robert Oct. 22 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, Breaks, Portsmouth, butcher, Oct. 8 at 12, Court of Bank. aud. ac. ; Oct. 23 at 12, div.-Sydney Pilling and Robert G.
ruptcy, London.-- John Saxby, Lindfield, Sussex, publican, Watson, Gateshead, Durham, wine merchants, Oct. 23 at Oct. 13 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Michael Me. half-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon- rigan, Dalby's-row, South-street, Isleworth, Middlesex, out Tyne, aud. ac.-Robert Cook, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, of business. Oct. 8 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.surgeon, Oct. 21 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, King Henry Southwood, Kensal New Town, Chelsea, Middlesex, ston-upon-Hull, aud. ac.-John Birch, Kingston-upon-Hull,
plumber, Oct. 8 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.--Jane tailor, Oct. 21 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, King
Elvy, Sheerness, Kent, widow, bookseller, Oct. 13 at 11, ston-upon-Hull, aud. ac.- Wm. Holdsworth, Ripley, York
Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Townend, Huddersshire, apothecary, Oct. 23 at 11, District Court of Bank
field, paid parochial constable, Oct. 7 at 11, District Court of Leeds, aud.ac.---Th. Cracknell, Birmingham, grocer, Bankruptcy, Leeds.-John Withington, Manchester, provi. Oct. 27 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham,sion dealer, 'Oct. 7 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manand. ae. -John Page, Walsall, Staffordshire, iron dealer, Oct. I chester.- John Cooper, Bury, Lancashire, engineer, Oct. 9 at 27 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.-Roger Wilae.; Oct. 31 at 10, fin. div.-Robert H. Page, Great Yar-kinson, Blackburn, Lancashire, baker, Oct. 9 at 12, District mouth, Norfolk, innkeeper, Oct. 22 at 12, Court of Bank
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.-Henry Ayres, Liversuptcy, London, div.-Edwin B. Smithis and Jas. Alex. T. I pool, professor of chymistry, Oct. 5. at 11, District Court of Mathews, Great Dover-road, Newington, Surrey, glass mer.
Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-William Hooper, Oaken Gates, near chants, Oct. 20 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.
Wellington, Shropshire, licensed victualler, Oct. 10 at 11, John C. Hill, Reading, Berkshire, grocer and tea dealer, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-Wm. Barlow, Oct. 23 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. Fenton, Stoke-upon-Trent, butcher, Oct. 27 at 10, District Robert Clifton, Brandon, Suffolk, brewer, Oct. 23 at 11,
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-Thomas Chappell, West Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-James Riddall Wood, Appledore, Northam, Devonshire, following no business, Oct. Fallsworth, Manchester, varnish maker, Oct. 27 at 12, District 6 at 11. District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter.-H. Beard, Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, div.--Jas. Smith Walters, I cookley, Wolverley, Worcestershire, forgeman, Oct. 10 at 12, Bakewell, Derbyshire, surgeon, Oct. 21 at 12, District Court | District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-Thos. Warbur. of Bankruptcy, Manchester, fin. div.---John Bishop, Manches ton, Pimhole, near Bury, Lancashire, railway time keeper, Oct. fer, painter, Oct. 26 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, 9 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.—John Manchester, diy.-Wm. Lloyd, Liverpool, glass merchant, Cook, Charlestown, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, reed Det. 22 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.
tor Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div. maker, Oct. 9 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man. -John Scott, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fruiterer, Oct. 23 at 12, chester.- Samuel Brooks, Bristol, shoemaker, Oct. 19 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, first District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-John Palmer, Shefnd fin. div.-John Botcherby, Darlington, Durham, coal field, Yorkshire, table-blade striker, Oct. 9 at 11, Town-hall, wer, Oct. 23 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, New Sheffield. astle-upon-Tyne, div.
Saturday, Sept. 26.
The following Assignees have been appointed. Further Par. to be dilwed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on the
ticulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st., Lin
ticulars mayo Day of Meeting.
coln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the Case. John Benstead, Fleet-st., London, hosier, Oct. 23 at 2, Sarah Graham, West Stockwith, Misterton, Nottingham
t of Bankruptcy, London, Thos. Freeman, Wood-st., 1 shire, assistant to a shopkeeper, No. 58,781 C.; Maw Parker,