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Before the statute, a gift to a man and the heirs of his anomalies tolerated on grounds of policy or justice), body was a fee simple conditional, and, so long as it was not there was, at the common law, in each of the cases put aliened, would descend to the lineal heirs of the donee, by J. W., and is still, but one single descent, perfected to some extent according to the form of the gift, but sub- by the first entry of the coparcener or her representaject to qualifications and exceptions, which I defy any one tive, and not, as he would have us believe, successive deto reconcile and explain, on any principle which shall be scents, such as the recent statute has introduced in cases consistent with the authorities. The truth is, that, in where the deceased has acquired seisin; for it is to be obthis, as on many other points, the old lawyers were far served, that the construction of the statute which I am more astute, than accurate or consistent. The courts, in advocating makes no change, except where the deceased applying the Statute de Donis, interfered only so far as coparcener had acquired seisin, so as to create a new was necessary to secure the substance of the will of the descent, the statute not creating several descents where donor, and “created,” as Littleton says, the estate tail, there was formerly only one, but merely introducing a with all its anomalies, rejecting possessio fratris, admit- new rule for ascertaining the heir in certain cases. ting curtesy and dower. These anomalies did not exist J. W. notices, as an objection to the proposed interin the case of a descent in fee simple; and the rules pretation, the anomalous consequence, that the huswhich governed estates tail were quite peculiar, and band of the deceased coparcener would be tenant by furnished no guide to the determination of questions the curtesy of a larger share than would descend to her affecting descents in fee simple. On the contrary, so far son. But the question is not what share her son from descents in tail and in fee simple to lineal issue would take, but what share her heir would take. But being under the old law identical or similar, they were his favourite common law did allow of a similar anodistinguished by the most striking differences. Of an maly to that which he unjustly charges on the new estate tail there might be successive descents to the heir law: a widow is endowed of one-third of the inheritof the same person, which could not be of a fee simple. ance; but, if an heir died before seisin, and his widow An estate tail descended, according to peculiar rules, to claimed her dower, his heir, by the retrospective effect the heir of the purchaser ; a fee simple descended to the of the widow's seisin, became entitled to one-third of beir of the person last seised: and a fee simple would the estate, subject to the widow's life estate in the entire not descend to any issue of the purchaser, who was not share thus inherited. of the whole blood to the person last seised; a fee tail I will conclude with one word on J. Wi's difficulties was subject to no such restriction. In fine, the case of as to curtesy. It seems to me that he entirely mistakes an estate tail affords no parallel to the case in hand, the operation of the enactment. What shall be a debecause all the rules with respect to estates tail have scent, and from whom an estate shall descend, are quesfor their object the fulfilment of an intention expressed tions which the act leaves untouched. On the death of the with reference to one entire estate, while the enactment purchaser's daughter after entry, her son and his aunts in question has reference to nothing but the immediate take by descent from the daughter, and as her heir: subject of descent, whenever descent happens.
the act has performed its office when it has furnished J. Wi's observations on the descent of a fee simple the rule for ascertaining these persons. If this were at the common law prove merely this: that the editor not so, the deceased daughter's share would not be asof Bythewood, when he suggests, (vol. 1, p. 139), that, sets for payment of her debts. So, under the old law, on the death of a coparcener before entry, her share you traced your descent through (and, therefore, from would have descended under the old law as it now a common ancestor, but you did not inherit as his heir. does under the statute, and J. C. C., who agrees with The old rules as to curtesy, therefore, remain unaltered, him, are both in error. But J. W. is equally in error, and even the requisite of seisin seems to be as essential as in supposing that there is, in the proposed case, any formerly. Any argument founded on the irrationality descent at all of the share of the deceased heiress, as such. of requiring seisin might, indeed, be answered by reThe case is simply this: On the death of the person ference to the case of an estate tail, to which, as J. W. seised, the right to the inheritance descends on the has shewn, the commonly-assigned ground for requirheir, and if such heir enter, his title is perfected; but, ing actual seisin does not apply. But, however this in the meantime, he has nothing but an inchoate right, may be, the fact is, that the statute has made no change; which is assets, indeed, for some purposes, (3 Vin. Abr. for, in the case of the death of an heiress coverte before * Assets," A.3), and liable to dower, (instances of the entry, there was (as we have seen ) no fresh descent; it law's tenderness to creditors and widows, by prolong- was the old descent from her ancestor which remained ing in their persons, in a qualified way, the life and open; and, as the statute does not make a descent where identity of the deceased heir), but which right, on the there was none before, it is to that old descent alone death of the heir without entry, is at an end; so that, that the statute applies. The unexpected result is, that, until the heir for the time being enters, there is no in every case where a coparcener has died, the inquiry complete descent. The inheritance remains vacant until as to whether she was actually seised or not is as imentry, and, from the death of the person last seised to portant now as it was (under different circumstances) the entry of his heir, there is but one descent; and the at the common law, although the principal object of the case is the same under the statute. If the deceased enactment was to render the question of seisin immaowner has left two daughters, A. and B., until one of terial in every case.
G.S. them enters, (for the benefit of both*), the inheritance is vacant; and, on A.'s death leaving a son, such son has an inchoate title to a moiety, not be
MASTERS IN CHANCERY.—The Lord Chancellor has cause he is heir to his mother, and as on a new de
appointed the following gentlemen Masters Extraordiscent, but because there is a descent from his grand
nary in the high Court of Chancery :-Octavius Green, father, which has not yet been perfected by entry. For
of Cambridge; Montague George Smith, of Hemel the purpose of designating the heir, then, (and inde Hempstead, Hertfordshire. pendently of the rights of dowresses, creditors, &c., | Poor Law COMMISSIONERS.—The following gentlemen
have been appointed Assistant Poor Law Commission* The enactment of the Statute of Limitations, 3 & 4 Statute of Limitations en ers:-John Thomas Graves, Esq., of the Inner Temple;
er Will. 4, c. 27, “that the possession of one coparcener shall not
#and John Ball, Stephen's Green, Dublin, for a period of be the possession of the other," has been cited, as if it bore
six months from the 2nd April. The last-mentioned upon questions of descent. It is scarcely necessary to observe, gentleman has likewise been directed to carry into effect that the enactment meant only possession for the purposes of the provisions of the “ Act for the more effectual Relief that act.
T of the destitute Poor in Ireland.”
STANDING FOR JUDGMENT. Cocker v. Musgrove
May & Wife v. Burdett Willoughby v. Willoughby
Bodmer v. Butterworth
Brooks v. Bockett COMMON-LAW CAUSE LISTS, EASTER TERM.
Doe d. Reg. o. Archbishop of
Hope v. Harman
Belcher o. Gummow
Solomon o. Lawson
Rogers v. Brenton
Alfred v. Farlow
Griffith v. Lewis
Doe d. Earl of Egremont v. Reg. o. Douglas
Reg. o. Corporation of Man. MICHAELMAS TERM, 1844. MICHAELMAS TERM, 1845. Musgrove v. Emerson
chester Glamorgan-Burgess v. Taff | Midd.-Wimberley v. Hunt Vale Railway Co.
Baker v. Drew
SPECIAL CASES AND DEMURRERS
For EASTER TERM, 1846.
Gibbons v. Hunter Those marked thus * are Special cases—the rest are demurrers Midd.-Reg. v. Pelham
Goode v. Cochrane Surrey-Dobson v, Blackmore
FOR ARGUMENT.. Cook v. M'Pherson (E)
Ford v. Beech , Girdlestone v.
*Oliverson & an. v. Brightman Wilkinson v. Gaston
Jacobs v. Dawes
*Bold & an. o. Rotherham
*Westley v. Kromheim & ors. Lond.-Buisson v. Staunton Bucks-Rowles v. Senior
Scott v. Hartley
Chamberlain v. Hammond Browne v. Harnor Camb.-Layton o. Hurry
*Dale v. Pollard
Scadding v. Eyles
Knight & ors. v. Gaunt
Pollitt v. Forest & ors. (E) Wilts-Lee v. Merrett
Stephenson v. Newman
Chamberlain v. Hammond Nicoll v. Gillan Devon-Doe d. E. of Egre- |
Stafford-Sherratt v. Christie
| Barber & ors. v. Butcher Lawton v. Hickman mont v. Courtenay
Swallow v. Ridgway
Day v. Harrington
Sharpe v. Bluck, Clerk
Churley v. Boycot
Huntley o. Russell
*Scadding o. Lorant
Mitchell v. Johnson
Bryant & an. v. Holmes
Rigby v. Weymouth
Youell v. Cross
Nind v. Parry
Higgins v. Thomas
Ranger o. Parry
Loonie v. Oldfield
Taylor v. Brook
Herbert v. Booth & ors. Northamp-Suttonv. Maquire Northum.-Bolam v. Shaw
Giles v. Giles
Mortimer v. Moore (for leare
to amend) Durham-Ray v. Thompson
, Doed. Lord v. Kings.
Wintle v. Graves
Rogers v. Grazebrook
Dolby v. Rimington
STANDING FOR JUDGMENT. , Chambers v. Thomas way Co.
*Pennell & ors. v. Rhodes Perry v. Fitz Howe
Same v. Same
Nicholas v. Stretton
, Same v. Same
*Robinson v. Hawksford Wrightup v. Greenacre Thompson
*Flanders v. Bunbury
Gosling v. Veley & an. ... Ld. Visct. Downe v. Brecon-Mayberyo.Mansfield |
Wakefield & an. v. Brown
Whitaker v. Richards
Barley v. Walford
| Harrold v. Whitaker
Spence v. Meynell
FOR EASTER TERM, 1846.
Bainbridge v. Bourne
Those marked thus * are to be heard in the Bail Court. Leicester--Hassell v. Heming
garth Doe d. Bowley v.
*Reg. v. Eaton & an. Same v. Same Barnes
Paxton v. Gt. North of Eng. *Reg. v. The Justices of Devon Warwick-Blakesleyo. Small
Bainbridge v. Lax
*Reg. v. The Recorder of Durham-Smith v. Hopper wood
Same v. Same
King's Lynn Stafford — Inskeep v. Harper
Reed v. Same
*Bottomley v. Buckley Reg. v. Bluck, Clerk Salop-Stokes v. Boycott
Hinde v. Raine
*Reg. v. The Justices of Mid. Devon-Doe d. Earl of Egre- | Burton o. Yardley Monmouth-Prickett v. Gra
*Griffiths v. Thomas & an. | Reg. v. The Council of the Williams v. Sti.
Mayor of Exeter v. / Wond, Earl of Portarlington
Wood v. Earl of Portarlington Borough of Warwick ven
Harvey & an.
*Doe d. Haxby v. Preston Glo'ster-Clutterbuckv.Hulls Damerello. Protheroe Reg. v. Hall (part heard)
Third Day. Schank v. Sweetland Glamorgan-Doe d. Simpson
Reg. o. Slyman
Wright v. Chatteris
Reg. v. The Council of the Same v. Same
*Miles v. Williams Tried during Easter Term,
Egremont v. Wil. 1845.
Reg. v. Pemberton
*In re Knipe
Reg.v. The Lords of the Trea- / In re Cotes
*Doe d. Bellamy v. Partridge son HILARY TERM, 1846. Reg. v. Sharp
*Soden o. Percy TRINITY TERM, 1845. Midd.- Page v. Hatchett
*Reg. v. The Inhabitants of
*Crofts v. Osborn , Curling v. Shepherd . Doe d. Tebbutt & ors. In re Whall
*Reg. v. Same Lond.-Sheringham v. Collins v. Brent & ors.
Reg. v. The Dean and Chapter
The St. Katherine Dock Co. , Day v. Edwards Lond.—Whyte v. Burnby
v. Higgs , Sedgwick v. Hammon , Bond & an. v. Nurse
Reg. v. The Collector of Cus.
Cobb v. Saville Tried during Trinity Term, »
toms at Liverpool
Raworth v. King
*In re Ford » Mitchell o. King Midd.-Lovelock v. Franklyn 1 *Alexander v. Williams | *In re Long
Smith v. Shirley
Friday, April 24. CROWN PAPER, EASTER TERM, 1846.
Guyard v. Sutton
Dormay o. Borradaile
Turner v. Browne
Fitzgerald v. Lane
Tinniswood v. Pattison Essex........ Reg. v. H. J. Conyers (part heard).
Coates v. Jones
Tuckwell v. Morris
Reynolds ». Fenton
Carr v..Maude Kent ........
Messnet.v. Reynolds Same ........ - George Buchanan.
The other Argument Days are Wednesday, the 29th of April, Middlesex .... Inhabitants of Mile End, Old Town.
and Friday, the 1st of May. Shropshire..
Inhabitants of Gourton.
CUR. ADV. VULT.
Patteson v. Holland.
Benson v. Chapman Deronshire ... - Inhabitants of Bickington.
Doe d. Woodall v. Woodall Wills, app., Adey, resp. Sume........
Inhabitants of Ashburton.
Court of Grchequer.
NEW TRIAL PAPER FOR EASTER TERM, 1846. ;
FOR JUDGMENT. Moved Hilary Term, 1846. Ely ......... Inhabitants of Chatham, Kent.
Moved Mich. Terin, 1845. Midd.--Thornett v. Haines Yorkshire .... Inhabitants of Northowram. Bristol-Kynaston & an. o.
Beeton v. Tims Devonshire ... Inhabitants of Newton Ferrars.
Wilkinson & an. Lond.-Castleman v. Capper Surrey ...... Churchwardens of St. Mary, Lambeth.
Lamert v. Heath
FOR ARGUMENT, Leicestershire.. Inhabitants of Radcliffe Culey.
Moved Mich. Term, 1845.
Bold v. Wainwright Lincolnshire .. Trustees of the river Welland.
Midd.-Bunnett v. Smith
, Ackerman v. EhrensHantingdonsh. Inhabitants of Molesworth.
Anglesea-Hughes 0. Buck.
perger Devonshire ... Inhabitants of Holne.
Moved Mich. Term, 1843. Inhabitants of Saffron Walden, Northum.-Knight o. Marq. Staff. Foley v. Botfield Buckinghamsh. Churchwardens of Aylesbury with
of Waterford ! Salton.
Stafford-Aston v. Perkes Moved after the 4th day of Middlesex .... Inhabitants of St. Giles in the Fields.
Moved Easter Term, 1844. 1 Hilary Term, 1846. Surrey ....... Thomas Pocock.
Liverp.-Rodgers v. Maw Midd.-Masters v. Abitbol Same ........
Inhabitants of St. Clement's Danes.
(Heard 2nd June, 1845). (To stand over at the request of Nev Sarum .. - Inhabitants of St. Martin.
Doe d. Haw v. Earles-Sp.c. parties until sp. case settled) Middlesex .... A. R. Hamilton v. Reg. (in error).
(Heard 21st Jan. 1846). Dean and Chapter of Ely v. Middlesex.... Reg. o. London, Westminster, and Vauxhall Doe d. Lloydv. Ingleby-ś.C. Cash (special case by order Iron Steamboat Co.
(Heard 21st Jan. 1846). of Lord Chancellor) Northumberland - Inhabitants of Walbottell.
Cooke v. Turner-D.
Trail v. Bonney (special case Middlesex .... - Inhabitants of Watford, Herts.
(Heard 13th Feb. 1846). 1 by order of Alderson, B.) Buckinghamsh
Inhabitants of Little Marlow.
Inhabitants of Mylor.
To be called on the first Day of Term after the Motions, and
to be proceeded with the next Day, if necessary, before Charles Wright v. Reg. (in error).
Way v. Smith
Band v. Hill
Beynon v. Jones
Doe d. Lloyd v. Roe
Bevington v. Griffith
COMMON-LAW SITTINGS, IN AND AFTER
EASTER TERM, 1846.
Court of Queen's Bench.
1st sitting .. Thursday, Apr. 16, and two following days, at 11. Forsaith v. Allan
2nd ditto .. Monday, 1 20, and subsequent days, at 11. HILARY TERM, 1846. Roberts v. Gruneisen
3rd ditto .. Wednesday, May 6, at half-past 9 precisely, (for Nash c. Kemshead Bennett v. Deacon
undefended causes only).
A list of such remanets as appear fit to be tried in term will ENLARGED RULES.
be printed immediately, but on the statement of either side
that a cause is too long to be tried in term, it will be withTo 6th Day.
To 10th Day.
drawn from such list, provided the other side have two days' Zolneta r. Miller Tolson v. The Bishop of Car
notice of the application at the Marshal's to postpone, and do Keys t. Irvine
Tomlinson v. Boughey Bentley v. Carver
not oppose the application on good grounds. The usual number of completed and new causes will be put into the list day
by day in their usual order. DEMURRER PAPER.
After Term.-Saturday, May 9, for common juries only, | Beard v. Egerton
until Wednesday, May 13, inclusive.
Sitting at 12, on Thursday, May 7, for undefended causes, Wright o. Burroughes Brown v. Gill
and such as the judge considers fit to be taken. Powles v. Page Pryce v. Belcher
After Term. ---Monday, May 11, to adjourn to Thursday, Gibbs . Flight
Benhamo. Earl of Mornington May 14, adjournment days for common juries only, until FriWhite , Hancock Easton v. Peploe
1 day the 15th inclusive.
Court of Common Pleas.
BENJAMIN REBBECK, Dog-row, Cambridge-heath-road,
and Rose-place, Globe-road, Mile-end-road, Middlesex, on In Term.
and colour man, dealer and chapman, April 13 at half-past MIDDLESEX.
12, and May 18 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Wednesday ....... April 22 Friday ........... April 24 London: Off. Ass, Turquand; Sol. Goren, South MoltenWednesday ............ 29 | Friday ............. May 1 street.—Fiat dated March 31. After Term.
JAMES SHEPHERD GREGSON, Manchester, grocer, Saturday .......... May 9 | Monday .......... May 11
dealer and chapman, April 18 and May 8 at 12, District
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hobson ; The court will sit at ten o'clock in the forenoon on each of
Sols. Hampson & Son, Manchester ; Gregory & Co., Bed. the days in term, and at half-past nine precisely on each of the
ford-row, London.-Fiat dated April 1. days after term.
JOHN BIRD, Durham, out of business, April 20 at half-past The causes in the list for each of the above sitting days in
10, and May 25 at half-past 11, District Court of Bank. term, if not disposed of on those days, will be tried by adjourn.
ruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Iyne: Off. Ass. Baker; Sols. ment on the days following each of such sitting days.
Brignall, Durham ; Hartley, Southampton-st., Bloomsbury, On Monday, the 11th May, in London, no causes will be
London.-Fiat dated March 28. tried, but the court will adjourn to a future day.
WILLIAM GRAY, Salford, Lancashire, common brewer,
dealer and chapman, (carrying on business in the name of Grchequer of Pleas.
William Gray & Co.), April 18 and May 8 at 12, District
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hobson ; In Term.
Sols. Ryalls, Sheffield; Gleadall, Manchester ; Moss, Ser. MIDDLESEX.
jeants' Inn, Fleet-street.-- Fiat dated March 26. 1st sitting, Friday.. April 17 1st sitting, Wednes., April 22 2nd sitting, Friday ...... 24 2nd sitting, Thursday .... 30
MEETINGS. 3rd sitting, Monday .. May 4 | By adjournment, if neces. Dav. Clark, New Broad-st., London, merchant, April 29
sary, Friday ...... May 1 | at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, pr. d.-Mary Butterfield After Term.
and Thos. A. Butterfield, Royston, Hertfordshire, linen dra.
pers, April 28 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, pr. d.Saturday ........... May 9 | Monday .......... May 11 pers:
(To adjourn only).
John C. Chambers, Ipsley, Warwickshire, needle manufac
turer, May 4 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, BirmingThe court will sit in Middlesex, at Nisi Prius, in term, by
ham, last ex.-Wm. Grosvenor, Shelton and Hanley, Stokeadjournment, from day to day, until the causes entered for the respective Middlesex Sittings are disposed of.
upon-Trent, Staffordshire, iron founder, May 30 at 11, Dis.
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, last ex. -Joka H. The court will sit, during and after term, at ten o'clock.
Banks, Great Newport-st., Middlesex, engraver, April 29 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Geo. Š. Neale,
Portsea, Hampshire, innkeeper, April 29 at 11, Court of London Gazettes.
Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.- Hon. Fran. Hen. Needham,
New Bond-st. and Fairfield-lodge, Addison-road, Kensington, TUESDAY, APRIL 7.
Middlesex, dressing-case maker, April 29 at 11, Court of
Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Chas. O. Robson, Finsbury. BANKRUPTS.
street, Finsbury-square, Middlesex, plasterer, April 30 at 12, RICHARD GATEHOUSE, RICHARD DARCH, and Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.---Thos. Dean, Che.
GASTRILL WILKINS, Upper Lisson-street, Middlesex, nies-street, Tottenham-court-road, Middlesex, victualler, April timber merchants, dealers and chapmen, April 17 and May 29 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. and 19 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Al. div.-Benj. Thompson, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, innkeeper, April sager; Sol. Lambert, Raymond-buildings, Gray's Inn. 29 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. and div.Fiat dated March 31.
Edw. Clayton, Edgeware-road, Middlesex, licensed victualler, ROBERT MOIR, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, Southampton, April 29 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and. ac. and
stationer and jeweller, dealer and chapman, April 17 and May div.-John Reay and John Rob. Reay, Mark-lape, London, 22 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whit. wine merchants, April 18 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon.
more; Sol. Woollen, Bucklersbury.--Fiat dated March 28. don, aud. ac.-Sam. Pursell, Strand, Middlesex, ironmonger, GEORGE FELTHOUSE, Dorcas-terrace, Fulham, Middle- April 29 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.
sex, plumber and glazier, dealer and chapman, April 17 at Alexander Inglis, Portsea, Southampton, draper, April 30 half-past 12, and May 19 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-William London: Off. Ass. Alsager ; Sols. Watson & Son, Bou. Tomlinson the younger, ‘Nantwich, Cheshire, money scri. verie-street, Fleet-street, and Hammersmith. Fiat dated vener, April 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, LiverMarch 18.
| pool, aud. ac.—Wm. Slater, Marton, Whitegate, Cheshire, RICHARD ARSCOTT, Kingsland-road, Middlesex, grocer, banker, April 28 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver:
dealer and chapman, April 22 at half past 1, and May 19 pool, aud. ac.—John Ogle, Esq., Pickwick, Wiltshire, and at half past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Wm. Walton, Liverpool, merchant, April 28 at 11, District Whitmore; Sols. Simpson & Cobb, Moorgate-street.-Fiat Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. joint est. ; at 12, dated April 1.
aud. ac. sep. est. j. Ogle.-G. F. Fairclough, Liverpool, JOHN BARWISE, St. Martin's-lane, Middlesex, watch money scrivener, April 28 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, maker, April 21 at 12, and May 19 at 2, Court of Bank Liverpool,aud. ac.-J. Melhuish, Exeter, innkeeper, April 29 ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Groom; Sol. Luttly, Dyers'. at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. - An
hall, College-st., Dowgate-hill, City.--Fiat dated April 1. | drew Allen and Wm. Allen, South Shields, Durbam, drapers, JAMES HARE, New-street, Dorset-sq., Middlesex, linen April 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle
draper, dealer and chapman, April 13 at half past 1, and upon-Tyne, aud. ac. sep. est. Andrew Allen.-Bartholomew May 18 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Dowell, Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, builder, April 28 at 1, Off, Ass. Turquand; Sols. Hardwick & Co., Weavers'. District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac. hall.-- Fiat dated March 31.
-Jacob Banks, Keswick, Cumberland, black lead pencil ma. JOSEPH QUARTON, Stamford-bridge, Yorkshire, grocer, nufacturer, April 29 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, New.
dealer and chapman, April 20 and May 7 at 11, District castle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.- George Wilkinson and Joseph Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Kynaston; Sols. Wilkinson, Bishop Auckland, Durham, curriers, April 28 at Wood, York; Sykes, Leeds; Jaques & Co., Ely-place, half-past 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-uponLondon.-Fiat dated March 27.
Tyne, aud. ac.-John Todd, Hylton Ferry, Durham, ship WILLIAM TWEDDLE, Liverpool, soap manufacturer, builder, April 28 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, New
dealer and chapman, April 21 at ll, and May 12 at 2, castle-upon-Tyne aud. ac.; April 30 at half-past 1, div.District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Mor James Harrington and Wm. Pattinson, St. Cuthbert, Cumgan; Sols. Pemberton, Liverpool; Cornthwaite & Co., Old berland, calico printers, April 28 at half-past 11, District Jewry-chambers, London.-Fiat dated May 24.
| Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.--Wm. Brown, Atherstone, Warwickshire, ironmonger, April 30 at cashire, logwood and drug grinder, May 1 at 12, District 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, avd. ac. ; Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. May 2 at 11, div.-Wm. Harrison, Wm. Gorst, Wm. Har. rison, Saml. Cooke, and John Fairweather Harrison, Tower. T
To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless street, London, merchants. April 28 at 1. Court of Bankrupt. 1 Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before April 28. cy, London, div. sep. est. J. F. Harrison.--Walter Spiers, T. Carey Willard Pierce, Manchester, merchant.-Gilson North Audley-street, Oxford-street, Middlesex, printer, April | Homan, Manchester, merchant.—Thomas Nash the younger, 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-G. Goddard, Stourbridge, Worcestershire, builder.—Jos. Cleary, ChurchLeicester, tea dealer, April 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, road, De Beauvoir-square, Middlesex, builder.-Ed. Sheeter, London, div.-Alex. Winton, David Winton, and James Bristol, builder.- Alex. Macdonald, Leadenhall-street, Lon. Weiber, Wood-street, Cheapside, London, warehousemen, don, merchant.--Hugh Hughes, Deansgate, Manchester, linen April 30 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. sep. est. draper. J. Webber.-C. O'Niel, Newman-st., Oxford.st., Middlesex,
FIAT ANNULLED. picture dealer, Robert Salkeld, Fontmell Magna, Dorsetshire,
Wm. Edw. Burman, High-street, Weitechapel, Middlesex, derk, and George S. Digby, Esq., Bishop's Caundle, Dorset sq., Bishop's Caundle, Dorset | hat and shoe dealer.
har shire, ship owner, April 30 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon. den, div.-Mary Guy and Henry Smith, Farringdon-street
Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. and Lodgate-hill, London, linen drapers, April 29 at 11,
John Mackenzie, Inverness, house carpenter.-W. AnderCourt of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Benjamin Wade, Strand, 1 son and Alex. Drummond, Glasgow, accountants.-J. Strong, Middlesex, tailor, April 29 at 1, Court of bankruptcy, Lon. | Glasgow, merchant.-John Dunn and John Wilson, Glasgow, don. dir.-George Watt, Old Jewry, London, linen factor, I stock brokers. April 29 at half past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London., div. -W.P. Kay and E. N. Kendall, Bedford-street, Commer
INSOLVENT DEBTORS cial-road, Stepney, Middlesex, brewers, May I at 12, Court of Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, London, div. sep. est. E. N. Kendall.-G. C.
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Bridge, Maldon, Essex, grocer, May 1 at 11, Court of Bank
Process. ruptcy, London, div.-Robert Marshall, Pleasant-row, High. street, and Upper-road, Deptford, Kent, stonemason, May 1
John Simpson, Carlisle-street, St. Ann, Sobo, Middlesex, at 11. Court of Bankruptcy. London, div.Michael Jones, artist, April 16 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.--Thos. Theobald's.road. Middlesex, grocer. May 6 at 1. Court of Shaw, Hutchinson-street, Hutchinson’s-market, Houndsditch. Bankruptcy, London, div.- James Melhuish, Exeter, inn. London, servant to a dairyman, April 16 at 11, Court of keeper, April 30 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter,
Bankruptcy, London.-Fred. Theophilus Webster, Plymton, dis.-Henry Gardner, Liverpool, merchant, April 28 at 12,
Devonshire, straw hat manufacturer, April 16 at 1], Court of District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.-T. Turner,
Bankruptcy, London. - Mary Ferrie, Rye-lane, Peckham, Daniel Brade, and Charles Schwind, Liverpool, merchants,
Surrey, widow, carman, April 16 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, April 28 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.
London.-Edmund Fred. Bell, Fletton, Huntingdon, clerk in -Wm. Lax Brown, Liverpool, merchant, April 28 at 12,
the service of the London and Birmingham Railway Company, District Court of Bankruptcy. Liverpool. div. -Chas. Wil. | April 17 at half.past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.--Ed. liams, Sunderland, Durham, currier, April 30 at 12, District
Davis, Bridport-street, Dorset-square, Middlesex, tailor, April Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, div.-William
16 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-T. Mason, NewThompson and James Mellis, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and Bue
yard, Broadway, Westminster, Middlesex, coach smith, April nos Ayres and Monte Video, South America, merchants, April
| 16 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Richard Chubb, 30 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
Lifton, Devonshire, out of business, April 15 at 11, District dis.-Lazenby Pearson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, currier, April
Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter.-James Stoddard, Longton, 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
Staffordshire, out of business, April 25 at half-past 10, District div.-Wm. Riddle, Lane-end, Staffordshire, draper, May 12
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-Donald M Donald, Tiat 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, fin. div.-R.
verton, Devonshire, surgeon, April 15 at 11, District Court of W. Fletcher, Joseph Fletcher, and John Fletcher, Walsall,
Bankruptcy, Exeter.-Šam. Shipston Skinner, Honiton, DeStaffordshire, merchants, May 5 at 11, District Court of Bank.
vonshire, cattle dealer, April 15 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, fin. div.
ruptcy, Exeter.-G. Purdy, Burmantofts, Leeds, Yorkshire,
bricklayer, April 17 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, CERTIFICATES.
Leeds.--Wm. Sellers, Oldham, Lancashire, licensed hawker, To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or April 16 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. before the Day of Meeting.
Henry Hole, St. Peter and Paul, Bath, Somersetshire, tailor, Rob. G. For. Canterbury, wine merchant, April 28 at 1. April 27 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-Wm. Court of Bankruptcy, London.-J. C. Edwards, Conduit-st.,
short, Walcot, Somersetshire, butcher, April 17 at 12, Dis. St. George's, Hanover-square, Middlesex, bill broker, May 1
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-W. Walker, Liverpool, at 1. Court of Bankruptcy. London.-Walter Spiers. North / car proprietor, April 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Audley-street, Oxford-street. Middlesex, printer, April 30 at Liverpool.-18aac Withers, Staverton, Gloucestershire, cider half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-T. Wilkinson,
dealer, April 21 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. Quadrant, Regent-street, and Bathurst-street, Sussex-square,
-John Jones, St. Philip and Jacob, Bristol, stone mason, Middlesex, ironmonger, April 30 at half-past 1, Court of April 23 at half-past 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. Bankruptcy, London.-Francis Glass, Basinghall-street, Lon.) -Thomas Lewis, Walcot, Bath, Somersetshire, farmer, April don, woollen factor, April 30 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, 23 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.--Michael London.-W. Harding the elder, Johnson-street and Vincent: Ryan, Bury, Lancashire, surgeon, April 20 at 1, District square, Westminster, and West-wharf, Millbank, Middlesex,
| Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. mason, April 29 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-J. Hutch.
Saturday, April 4. inson, Elland, Halifax, Yorkshire, machine maker, April 28 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-Wm. Forduce. The following Assignees have been appointed. Further Par. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, bookseller, April 28 at half.past 10,
ticulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st., Lin. District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.-Jo coln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the Case. nathan Bowman, Carlisle, Cumberland, woollen draper, April The Hon. George Wm. Loftus, Windsor, Berkshire, not in 29 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon- any trade, No. 53,844 T.; John Procter and William Bever. Tyne.-Geo. C. Nicholls, Upton, Cheshire, commission merley, assignees.-Ch. Thos. Board, Sparrow-corner, Minories, chant, April 30 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver. London, out of business, No. 58,044 T.; Thomas Palmer, as. pool.–Thomas B. Daft, Birmingham, button maker, April 29 signee. —William Symonds, Phillack, Cornwall, farmer, No. at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-George 66,849 C.; Richard Nicholls the younger, assignee.-William Middleton, Nottingham, wine merchant, May 5 at 11, District Brown, King-street, New-town, Deptford, Kent, travelling Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-- John Wilkinson, Has.tea dealer, No. 67,286 C.; William M.Naught, assignee.-T. lingden, Lancashire, joiner, April 30 at 1, District Court of Henly, Jamaica-street, Commercial-road, Middlesex, master Bankruptcy, Manchester.-Henry J. Barker, Flixton, Lan. I mariner, No. 58,045 T.; William Cooper, assignee..