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maker, Aug. 18 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birming. | Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-- Patrick Boyle, Liverpool, provision ham, aud. ac.-Phitip Crispin, Bristol, carpenter, Aug. 20 at dealer, Aug. 4 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.-Richard pool.-J. Sharples Hallows, Liverpool, lodging-house keeper, Marsden, Brynmawr, Brecknockshire, linendraper, Aug. 24 Aug. 4 at half-past 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver: at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac. ; Aug. pool.-Wm. Brett, Liverpool, dealer in coals, Aug. 6 at 11, 25 at 11, div.-John Harrison, Liverpool, merchant, Aug. 18 District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-- Thomas For, St. at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. ; George, Gloucestershire, general shopkeeper, Aug. 18 at 11, Aug. 21 at 11, div.-William Burchall Pattinson, Liverpool, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. -Wm. Withers the currier, Aug. 25 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver. younger, St. George, Gloucestershire, licensed horse-dealer, pool, aud. ac. ; Aug. 27 at 12, div.-John Clarke, Richard | Aug, 17 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-Wm. Mitchell, Joseph Phillips, aud Thomas Smith, Leicester, Clark, Frome Selwood, Somersetshire, plumber, Aug. 17 at bankers, Aug. 24 at 11, Castle of Leicester, Leicester, div.- 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.- John Carr, Chel. Richard Foulkes, Soughton, Northop, Flintshire, cattle sales tenham, Gloucestershire, coach smith, Aug. 6 at half past 1, man, Aug. 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver- | District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-George Matthews, pool, div.

High-street, Deptford, Kent, tailor, July 30 at half-past 2, CERTIFICATES.

Court of Bankruptcy, London.-John Binsted, Alton, South. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or amptonshire, cabinet maker, Aug. 1 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, before the Day of Meeting,

London.- Wm. Ward, Wentworth-street, Whitechapel, Mid.

dlesex, circular sawyer, July 30 at half-past 2, Court of BankNehemiah John Reed, Marlborough, Wiltshire, licensed

censed ruptcy, London.- Donald M-Pherson, St. Nicholas, Ipswich, common brewer, Aug. 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Suffolk, auctioneer, July 30 at 3, Court of Bankruptcy, LonBristol.

don.-W. Wardell, St. Giles, Oxfordshire, chair maker, July To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless 30 at half past 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-T. Bray,

Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before Aug. 18. Fetter-lane, Middlesex, out of business, July 30 at half-past 2, William Dale, Liverpool, bricklayer.- Samuel Whatley,

Court of Bankruptcy, London.--Henry Maynard, Long-lane,

Bermondsey, Surrey, out of business, July 30 at 3, Court of William-street, Lisson-grove, Middlesex, grocer. Christo.

Bankruptcy, London.- James Beaumont, Mould-green, near pher Clarke, Goswell-road, and Cranbourn-street, Middlesex,

Huddersfield, Yorkshire, cloth dresser, Aug. 7 at 11, District draper.-James Rowley, Newton, Manchester, silk manufac. turer.-Samuel Metcalfe Latham, Dover, Kent, banker.

Conrt of Bankruptcy, Leeds.- Jeremiah Yuting, St. Mary, Thomas Dunlop Brown, Liverpool, commission merchant.

Beverley, Yorkshire, sexton, Aug. 5 at 11, Mansion-house,

Hull. --- Wm. Watkins, Monmouth, plasterer, Aug. 13 at 11, Charles Joseph Edmonds, Bluntisham, near St. Ives, Hunt

District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-W. Parker, Halifax, ingdonshire, apothecary.-- Benjamin Moxon Ryder, Kingston

Yorkshire, stone delver, Aug. 4 at 11, District Court of Bank. upon-Hull, grocer.

ruptcy, Leeds.-T. Croudson, Bowling-hall-lane, near BradScotch SEQUESTRATIONS,

ford, Yorkshire, small shopkeeper, Aug. 4 at 11, District Donald Morrison & Co., Inverness, booksellers. ---James B.

Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. - Daniel Watson, Horsforth, Maxton & Co., Leith, engineers, and at Alloa, founders.-- Jas.

Guiseley, Yorkshire, stone mason, Aug. 4 at 11, District Court

of Bankruptcy, Leeds.- Charles Smith, Derby, joiner, Aug. Francis Dixon, Alloa and Edinburgh, banker.

11 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-- John INSOLVENT DEBTORS

Hackney, Liverpool, whitesmith, Aug. 7 at 11, District Court Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy,

of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-T. Henrick, Birkenhead, Chester, and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from

out of business, Aug. 6 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Process.

Liverpool.-J. Beaumont, Helm-in-Meltham, Almondbury,

Yorkshire, cloth finisher, Aug. 4 at 11, District Court of BankWilliam Holmes, Clerkenwell-green, Middlesex, butcher,

ruptcy, Leeds.-G. Frobisher, Leeds, Yorkshire, out of busi. Aug. 13 at half past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- John ness, Aug. 4 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-H. Porter, Sun-street, Bishopsgate-street, London, shoe mercer, Wilson, Sheffield, Yorkshire, confectioner, Aug. 7 at 11, Aug. 13 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- George Bad Town-hall, Sheffield.Thos. Wardle, Everton, Liverpool, atden, Blandford Forum, Dorsetshire, boot maker, Aug. 13 at torney at law, Aug. 6 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, half past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.John Edward Liverpool. - Chas. Saville, Sheffield, Yorkshire, warehouse. Stammers, Broadway, Stratford, Essex, omnibus conductor, man, July 31 at 11, Town-hall, Sheffield.-Daniel Greares, Aug. 13 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Henry Davies, Sheffield. Yorkshire, woollen cloth merchant, July 31 at 11, Elizabeth-place, Commercial-road, Old Kent-road, Surrey, | Town-hall, Sheffield. out of business, Aug. 13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. -Peter Houghton, Stockwell, Surrey, sub railway contractor,

Saturday, July 25. Aug. 13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-D. Elliott,

The following Assignees have been appointed. Further Par Victoria-place, Old Kent-road, Surrey, merchant's clerk, Aug.

ticulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal-st., Lin13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Watts, St.

coln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the Case. George-street, St. George-in-the-East, Middlesex, baker, Aug. Alex. Carroll the younger, Stamford-st., Blackfriars-road, 13 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.--R. Bailey Surrey, gentleman, No. 58,018 T.; Wm. R. Stacy, assignee. Borer, Whitecross-street, St. Luke, Old-street, Middlesex, -Wm. Lambert, London-road, Southwark, Surrey, out of grocer, Aug. 13 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon business, No. 58,251 T.; Isaac Morley, assignee.-W. Vince, don.- Thomas Cook, Howland-street, Fitzroy-square, Middle- Shoreditch, Middlesex, licensed victualler, No. 57,281 T.; sex, watch maker, Aug. 13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon. Rob. Wm. Keene, assignee.-Geo. Raffield the younger, Li. don.--Jacob Hurren, Prospect-place, Queen's-road, Dalston, verpool, manager to a shipwright, No. 67,388 C.: Thomas Middlesex, grocer, Aug. 13 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon. Lawrence, assignee.--Jos. Pimbley, Horwich, near Bolton-ledon.-George Ainsworth, Chatham, Kent, bread baker, Aug. Moors, Lancashire, retail dealer in ale, No. 67,495 C.; Thos. 13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. -Jane Kelly, Dept. Dawber, assignee.-Robert Owen, Swansea, Glamorganshire, ford, Kent, widow, potatoe dealer, Aug. 13 at 11, Court of out of business, No. 67,278 C.; John Cassell, assignee.- Jos. Bankruptcy, London.-James Marshall, Horton, near Brad- Tarbuck, Kirkdale, near Liverpool, Lancashire, shopman to ford, Yorkshire, grocer, Aug. 7 at 11, District Court of Bank- / an ironmonger, No. 67,424 C.; Thos. M'Knight, assignee.ruptcy, Leeds.—Samuel Moss, Bradford-moor, near Bradford, 1 Ann Marland, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, out of buYorkshire, labourer, Aug. 7 at 11, District Court of Bank-siness, No. 67,514 C.; Edw. Garside, assignee.- John Price, ruptcy, Leeds.-John Pell, Horton, near Bradford, Yorkshire, Holyhead, Anglesea, North Wales, master of the smack Jane small shopkeeper, Aug. 7 at 11, Commercial-buildings, Leeds. Brown, No. 67,511 C.; John Walker, assignee.- John Oak. Ephraim Harris, Bristol, out of business, Aug. 6 at 11, den, Manchester, fent dealer, No. 67,520 C.; Samuel Hamer, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-C. Booth, Broughton, assignee.- Geo. Rushton, Whitworth, near Rochdale, LanManchester, butcher, Aug. 7 at 12, District Court of Bank cashire, butcher, No. 67,394 C.; Jas. S. Milne, assignee.ruptcy, Manchester. John Pepper, Liverpool, pilot, Aug. 4 Hen. Heaton, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, out of business, No. at 11, District Court of Bankruptoy, Liverpool.-J. Board- 67,544 C.; Richard Hindley Scott and Timothy Collinson, man, Liverpool, flour dealer, Aug. 1 at 11, District Court of assignees.

Saturday, July 25.

| ATKINSON WILKIN, Camberwell, Surrey, (carrying on Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee

business at Nicholas-lane, Lombard-st., in co-partnership the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:

with Alexander Beattie, Francis Macnaghten, and Robert (On their own Petitions).

Arthur Fitzhardinge Kingscote, as merchants, (under the

style or firm of Beattie & Company), Aug. 11 and Sept. 18 Alfred Ceal, Tiverton-cottages, Kingsland-road, Middlesex,

at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Graham ; out of employment: in the Queen's Prison.--Chas. Alex.

Sol. Espin, New Boswell-court, Fleet-street.--Fiat dated L'Elre, Haymarket, Middlesex, in no business : in the Queen's

July 29. Prison.—Edw. Tadd, Charlton-terrace, New Charlton, Kent,

SAUL SAMUEL and WALTER SAMUEL, Birmingham, baker; in the Queen's Prison.--Hen. Hewgill, Esq., Portsea

woollen drapers and tailors, dealers and chapmen, Aug. 30 place, Connaught-sq., Middlesex : in the Queen's Prison.

and Sept. 17 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, BirmingJames Hanne, Upper Fitzroy-place, New-road, St. Pancras,

ham : Off. Ass. Bittleston ; Sols. J. and J. H. Linklater, Middlesex, ginger beer manufacturer : in the Debtors Prison

115, Leadenhall-street, London.--Fiat dated July 28. for London and Middlesex.- Geo. Wrecks, Reynold's-court,

THOMAS WILSON, Sheffield, Yorkshire, grocer, dealer and Moor-lane, Cripplegate, London, stone mason: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.--Hubert Henry Lucas,

chapman, Aug. 14 and Sept. 4 at 11, District Court of Bank

ruptcy, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Freeman ; Sols. Furnell, Shef. Grove-house, Walham-green, near Fulham, Middlesex, barris

field; Duncan, 11, Featherstone-buildings, Holborn, Lonter at law: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.

don.-Fiat dated July 23. -Wm. Banks, Kirby Moorside, Yorkshire, chair maker : in

JAMES JAMIESON, Leeds, Yorkshire, stock and share the Gaol of York.- Edw. S. Keir, Clifton, near Brighouse,

broker, dealer and chapman, Aug. 10 and Sept. 3 at 11, near Halifax, Yorkshire, out of business : in the Gaol of York.

District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Young ; -Chas. John Armistead, Springfield-mount, Leeds, York

Sols. J. and J. E. Upton, Leeds : Few & Co., Covent-garshire, share dealer : in the Gaol of York.-Jas. Baker, King's

den, London.-Fiat dated July 29. Weston, Henbury, Gloucestershire, blacksmith : in the Gaol JOHN HEATON. Park, near 'Honley, Almondbury, Yorkof Gloucester.

shire, clothier, dealer and chapman, Aug. 11 and Sept. 1 at INSOLVENT DEBTOR's Dividend.

11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope; Jas. Lillicrap, captain royal navy, Geare & Co.'s, Exeter: 1 Sols. Brook & Co., Huddersfield; Horsfall & Harrison, 36. 3d. in the pound, in addition to former dividends of Leeds ; Van Sandau & Co., King-street, Cheapside, Lon58. 10d.)

don.-Fiat dated July 18. MEETING.

| RICHARD GILL, Richmond, Yorkshire, grocer, dealer and Wm. Hore, Esq., Saltash, Cornwall, Aug. 13 at 12, Globe chapman, Aug. 11 and Sept. 1 at 11, District Court of BankHotel, Plymouth, sp. aff.

ruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Kynaston ; Sols. Atkinson & Co.,

Leeds; Langhorne, Richmond, Yorkshire ; Meggison & Co., FRIDAY, JULY 31.

King's-road, Bedford-row.-Fiat dated July 22.


thecary, Aug. 11 and Sept. 1 at 11, District Court of BankISAAC BIRD, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex, grocer and ruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Kynaston ; Sols. Bond, Leeds ; cheesemonger, dealer and chapman, Aug. 11 at half-past 1, Battye & Co., Birstal ; Jaques & Co., Ely-place, London.and Sept. 11 at half past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Fiat dated July 28. Off. Ass. Alsager ; Sols. Lawrance & Plews, Old Jewry

MEETINGS. chambers.-- Fiat dated July 30. JOSEPH JAMES SUCH, Bolingbroke-row, Walworth |

Jacob Montefiore and J. Barrow Montefiore, George-street, road, Newington, Surrey, auctioneer and upholsterer, Aug.

: Mansion-house, London, merchants, Aug. 11 at 1, Court of 11 at 12, and Sept. 4 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy,

Bankruptcy, London, ch. ass. Horatio Rains, Newton-wood, London : Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Smith, 77, Basing

Newton, Cheshire, Aug. 12 at 12, District Court of Bankhall-st.–Fiat dated July 28.

ruptcy, Manchester, last ex.-Mary Armistead, Crawford-st., JONATHAN WRAGG, Melina-place, Westminster-bridge.

Mary-le-bone, Middlesex, milliner, Aug. 22 at 11, Court of road, Surrey, iron merchant, Aug. 11 at 12, and Sept. 9 at

Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Alexander Thorn, High Hol1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Belcher ;

born, Middlesex, oilman, Aug. 22 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Sols. Hunt, Wednesbury, Staffordshire ; Miller, Sussex.

London, aud. ac.-James Laws, Broad-st., Golden-sq., Midchambers, 10, Duke-st., St. James's.-Fiat dated July 21..

dlesex, grocer, Aug. 25 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, JOHN PALMER, Worthing, Sussex, painter, plumber, and

aud. ac.-Thos. Fidgen, Liverpool, boot manufacturer, Aug. glazier, dealer and chapman, Aug. 8 at 12, and Sept. 8 at 2,

25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.; Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Follett; Sols. |

Aug. 27 at 11, div.-William Jarman, Wigton, Cumberland, Reed, Worthing ; Palmer & Co., Bedford-row.-Fiat dated

chemist, Aug. 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, NewJuly 28.

castle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.-Jas. Reid, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Petworth, Sussex, corn merchant,

ship broker, Aug. 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Aug. 8 at 1, and Sept. 10 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy,

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.-T. Rogers, Bradford, YorkLondon: Off. Ass. Follett ; Sols. Daintry, Petworth ; Hill

shire, surgeon dentist, Aug. 21 at 11, District Court of Bank& Heald, 23, Throgmorton-street.-Fiat dated July 28.

ruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. John Parton, Birmingham, draper, BENJAMIN CLARK, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, ex.

Aug. 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, port ale and porter merchant, dealer and chapman, Aug. 8

aud. ac.-Rich. Gatehouse, Rich. Darch, and Gastrill Wil. at 1, and Sept. 19 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London :

kins, Upper Lisson-street, Middlesex, timber merchants, Aug. Of. Ass. Green ; Sols. Lawrance & Plews, 14, Old Jewry.

21 at half.past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-John

Parr, South Wharf-road, Paddington, Middlesex, coal dealer, chambers.-Fiat dated July 30. EDMUND BURKE KILPIN, Ryde, Isle of Wight,

Aug. 25 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Thomas Southampton, jeweller, watchmaker, and silversmith, Aug.

Morris and Wm. Woodward, Burslem, Staffordshire, drapers, 10 at 2, and Sept. 7 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London:

Aug. 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, Off. Ass. Graham; Sol. Watson, Basinghall-st., London.

aud. ac. and fin. div. - Fiat dated July 21,

CERTIFICATES. JOSEPH CARNE the younger, Falmouth, Cornwall, grocer, To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on the Aug. 12 and Sept. 9 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy,

Day of Meeting. Exeter: Off. Ass. Hernaman ; Sols. Bull & Tully, Fal. Jos. Davis, Pall-mall, Middlesex, and Ludgate-st., London, mouth, Cornwall; Avery & Son, Exeter; Jones & Co., dentist, Aug. 22 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Mary St. Swithin's-lane, London.-Fiat dated July 21.

| Armistead, Crawford-st., Mary-le-bone, Middlesex, milliner, DANIEL WHITE, Bristol, potter and pipemaker, (lately | Aug. 22 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Abur

carrying on business as a potter and pipemaker, in partner. row, Liverpool, druggist, Aug. 22 at 11, Court of Bankship with Thomas Winfield, Bristol, under the style or firm ruptcy, London.- Richard Perry, Leeds, Yorkshire, batter, of Daniel White & Company), Aug. ll at 12, and Sept. 7 Aug. 24 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.--Thos. at ll, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Jackson, Salterhebble, Halifax, Yorkshire, worsted spinner, Hutton; Sol. King, Bristol.--Fiat dated July 24. | Aug. 24 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-Sam.

B. Sowden, Leeds, Yorkshire, share broker, Aug. 25 at 11, Middlesex, fancy paper stainer : in the Debtors Prison for Lon.
District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-Griffith J. Hughes, don and Middlesex.—Isaac Baynton, Crab Tree Shot-road,
Liverpool, commission merchant, Aug. 18 at 11, District | North-fields, Peckham, Surrey, commission agent for the sale
Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-Martha Ningworth, Wm. of ales : in the Gaol of Surrey.-Francis Lea, Vernon-square,
Smith, and John Wright, Bradford, Yorkshire, worsted spin. Bagnigge-wells-road, Middlesex, pocket-book manufacturer:
ners, Aug. 25 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.- in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.- Edward
John Barton, Manchester, copper roller manufacturer, Aug. Richard Buller, Regent-street, Middlesex, not in any profes-
22 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.—John sion: in the Queen's Prison.-Lewelin Lewis, Pantyhaidd.
Nield. Manchester, and Bank-mill, near Lees, Ashton-under. I mill, Carmarthenshire, miller : in the Gaol of Carmarthen.-
Lyne, Lancashire, and Saddleworth, Yorkshire, woollen ma. William Manton, Birmingham, out of business : in the Gaol
nufacturer, Aug. 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, of Warwick.- Isaac Stamper, Liverpool, bricklayer : in the

Gaol of Lancaster.
To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless =
Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before Aug. 21.

ATTORNIES of LONDON.-You are earnestly requested

to attend a PUBLIC MEETING of your Brother Professionals Henry L. Fitzjames, Walcot, Bath, Somersetshire, furrier.

on Tuesday Evening next, at 7 o'clock precisely, at the Gray's Inn -Wm. Darnbrough, Richmond, Surrey, tailor.–Rob. Nel. Coffee-house, to consider whether it is not yet practicable to obtain inson, Great Portland-st., Middlesex, hotel keeper.-Geo. Edw.

sertion in the proposed “Small Debts Act" of an unrestricted optional

Clause that our Clients may sue in the Superior Courts, if they choose. Schultz and Hen. W. Carr, Liverpool, stockbrokers.-Alex.

To attempt more would be useless; to succeed in this is to secure some Beattie and Francis M Naghten, Nicholas-lane, Lombard - Hundreds of Pounds per Annum to many of us for Life. Think of this, st., London, merchants.-Peter Rhodes, Manchester, cotton and attend our last Struggle. Nothing to pay. E. CLARKE,

Hon. Sec. pro.tem. spinner. FIAT ANNULLED.


COURT OF CHANCERY. Charles Murray Williams, Bristol, ironmonger.

This day is published, in royal 8vo., vol. I, price 11. 11.. 6d. boards, Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS.

THE EQUITABLE JURISDICTION of the COURT Henry Hutchison, Edinburgh, wine merchant.-J. Cairns, I 1 of CHANCERY; comprising its Rise, Progress, and final EstaGlasgow, stock broker.-Wm. Cobban, Tain, baker.-David | blishment; to which is prefixed, with a view to the Elucidation of the

main Subject, a Concise Account of the Leading Doctrines of the ComMickel, Spoutmouth, Glasgow, skinner.—Thomas Gibson &

mon Law, and of the Course of Procedure in the Courts of Common Law Co., Falkirk, tanners.

in regard to Civil Rights, with an attempt to trace them to their sources;

and in which the various Alterations made by the Legislature down to INSOLVENT DEBTORS

the present day are noticed. By GEORGE SPENCE, Esq., one of her Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, Majesty's Counsel.

Stevens & Norton, 26 and 39, Bell-yard, Lincoln's Inn. and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Proce88.

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DEMY, and devote their attention to the Receipt of Works of Art, Bago keeper, Aug. 14 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. gage, &c. sent home by Travellers on the Continent for passing through John Hague, Sheffield, Yorkshire, pocket-blade forger, Aug. the Custom-house. They also undertake to ship Goods to all Parts of 7 at 11, Town-hall, Sheffield.—John Hides, Sheffield, York.

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hair. Flesh Brushes of improved graduated and powerful frictios. Wednesday, July 29.

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ties of absorption, vitality, and durability, by means of direct importathe Estates and Effects of the following Persons:

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as no evidence. And, lastly, there was a confession by the defendant to another witness.

Now, we need not remind our readers, that, in the adIn the last Number of The JURIST will be found re- ministration of our criminal law, confessions are, under ported a decision in the Consistory Court, which, from certain circumstances, admissible in evidence, and are of the high reputation of the judge who pronounced it, we themselves, if sufficient in point of statement, concluhave no doubt is in accordance with the practice of the sive; that is, if an accused person has made a confession ecclesiastical court. But, if it is, it shews that the under such circumstances as render it admissible, and practice of that court, in respect to the evidence on such confession is sufficiently proved, and goes with suf. which it will act, is of a very singular character. The ficient clearness to the question of guilt, the accused case to which we allude is Noverre v. Noverre, (ante, p. may be convicted on the confession alone. “A pri822), and the question in it was, whether Mrs. No- soner's confession is sufficient ground to warrant a convetre, the defendant, had been guilty of adultery. The viction, although there is no other proof of his having evidence consisted of the depositions of servants and committed the offence with which he is charged ; and others, no part of which went further than to shew that it appears, from several circumstances, that his conthere had been opportunities for the defendant and the fession may, in some instances, even supply the absence alleged adulterer to have committed adultery, if they of all proof as to the fact of the commission of the ofchose ; and that, to use the very language of the judg- fence charged.” (Phillips on Evidence, 8th ed., p. 423). ment itself, “ their intercourse was more intimate than But, by the canon law, (canon 105), it is otherwise : could be thought consistent with the relative duties of a separation causâ adulterii cannot be pronounced either of them." There was no evidence, by witnesses, upon confessions alone, but there must be other eviof actual adultery,-no evidence of acts from which adul-dence. The question, therefore, is, what sort of evitery could be safely inferred; for, to return again to the dence. To say that evidence which would of itself judgment, “ there was the evidence of three servants, raise a strong presumption of the commission of adulwho deposed, indeed, to very few facts, but they proved tery,-evidence of conduct which could scarcely be bethat there was abundance of opportunity for the com- lieved to exist except as between persons who had mission of adultery, if the inclination existed on both committed adultery,-evidence on which the person sides." And this was all. Standing alone, it is obvious hearing it, would feel that approach to conviction, that such evidence was utterly worthless. It proyed which falls short of actual conviction by only a slight nothing but that the behaviour of the parties had been degree;-to say that such evidence, taken in conjuncunseemly, and that they had the opportunity of going tion with confessions, will support them, and constitute farther if they thought fit. But then there were cer- legal proof, is intelligible; but to say, that, if contain confessions of the defendant: firstly, there was a fessions are of themselves insufficient, they shall be confession to the father of the alleged particeps criminis. rendered sufficient by the aid of evidence which of itNext there was a letter written by the defendant to the self proves literally nothing, is most unintelligible. same person, in answer to a letter which was not pro- If the rule means anything, it must mean that conduced, and this letter the court most properly treated 'fessions shall not be received and acted upon without VoL, X


some collateral proof shewing a great probability that derstand the judgment of Lord Lyndhurst, on this the confessions are true. If all that the rule means ground, that, as the agreement was one which the court is, that confessions are not admissible, unless there is could not perform as a whole, it would not restrain one

of the parties from committing a breach of his part of some collateral evidence to form a sort of peg on which

the agreement :-“The bill,” said his Lordship,“ was to hang them, but that it is perfectly immaterial whe- | filed for the purpose of calling upon the court to des ther the collateral evidence shews the probability of clare that that agreement could be specifically perthe confessions being true, then such a rule is one, the formed. Now, there is no principle of the court more object or utility of which it passes the understanding clearly established than this, that the court will not

decree an agreement to be specifically performed, unless of any common lawyer to appreciate; and it would be:

| it can execute the whole of the agreement. The quesas well to say at once, in accordance with the common

mon tion, therefore, in this case will be, whether the court law, that conviction may rest upon confessions alone; has power, from the nature of this agreement, to esefor that is the substantial operation of the rule, if cute the whole of it,-every part of it. Part of the confessions, not being of themselves alone sufficient, are prayer for relief, and which is consequent upon a speto be let in, and held conclusive by the aid of evi- cific performance, is, that the defendant should be redence, which, like that in Noverre y. Noverre. would strained from purchasing acids from any body but Mr.

Hills; and also, that he should be restrained from not of itself afford the slightest means of forming any ora

8 any granting licenses, except according to the agreement belief, or approach to belief, whether the alleged crime that was in force between the parties. Now, then, has been committed, and cannot, therefore, add one with respect to the first of these points, there is a stiparticle to the legal belief of the court in the probabi-pulation, on the part of Hills, that he will supply the lity of the confessions being true.

acids; and there is a stipulation, on the part of Mr. Croll, that he will purchase acids from Mr. Hills, and

from no other person. Has the court any power whatOBSERVATIONS ON THE RECENT CASE OF

ever to compel Mr. Hills to comply with that? Can the DIETRICHSEN v. CABBURN, (ante, p. 601).

court order Mr. Hills to continue the manufacture of acids for the purpose of supplying Mr. Croll? Can the

court call upon him, if he should not manufacture The decision of the Lord Chancellor, reported in our acids, and require him to purchase acids for the purpose last number, (Dietrichsen v. Cabburn, ante, 601), has of supplying Mr. Croll? It is clear, I apprehend, that again unsettled, though we trust it will ultimately lead the court has no such power.... Unless the court can to settling, and in the right direction, the long debated compel him, by a direct order, to supply Mr. Croll from question, whether, where a contract is partly of an time to time with the acids that Mr. Croll requires, it active and partly of a negative nature, and the active is quite clear that this court cannot execute all the parts part of the contract cannot be enforced, equity will re- of this contract; the court cannot, therefore, compel strain by injunction a breach of the negative part. In the party specifically to perform the contract. It was Dietrichsen v. Cabburn all the authorities were cited, ex- thrown out, in the course of the argument, that this cept, singularly enough, the only one since Kemble v. court might compel one party to perform his part of Kean (6 Sim. 333) and Kimberley v. Jennings, (6 Sim. the contract, and leave the other party to his remedy 338), in which the doctrine of those cases has been at law. No such principle has ever been acted on in practically departed from, we mean the case of Rolfe this court; it has been laid down over and over again, v. Rolfe, (9 Jur. 61), on which we commented in the and in a recent case cited at the bar before Sir E. pages of this journal, (9 Jur. 70). It is singular, also, Sugden, that, unless this court can execute every part that, in Dietrichsen v. Cabburn, Hills v. Croll, (9 Jur. of the contract, it will not compel a specific perform645), although cited, was very little, as we are informed, ance of a part. I am of opinion, therefore, according commented upon at the bar, and was left entirely un- to the facts as they at present stand, and according to noticed in the Lord Chancellor's judgment.

the statement of the principle I have mentioned, that, In Hills v. Croll, the circumstances of the case, so when this cause comes to a hearing, the court cannot far as regarded this point, and stripped of the compli restrain Mr. Croll from purchasing acids elsewhere, becation with which other ingredients of the contract cause it cannot compel Mr. Hills, on his side, to furnish surrounded the discussion, were, that the plaintiff Hills all the acids that may be necessary for the manufacagreed to supply Croll with certain acids, and Croll ture carried on by Mr. Croll. If the court cannot do agreed to purchase the acids from Hills and from no other this, it cannot restrain the parties at the hearing. It person. Now, let us compare this state of things with is quite clear, that, upon this interlocutory application, that in Dietrichsen v. Cabburn. In the latter case, the the court cannot restrain Mr. Croll from purchasing plaintiff agreed to act as the defendant's agent for a cer- acids elsewhere." tain number of years, for the sale of a particular medi- It is manifest, therefore, that Lord Lyndhurst concine, and on specified terms as to remuneration. The sidered the granting of an injunction as dependent upon defendant agreed to employ the plaintiff and not to em- the power of the court to specifically perform the enploy any other person. It is submitted, therefore, that tire agreement; and that, if the case had come before the agreement was in both cases of the same character; him on demurrer, he must, according to the grounds a positive agreement by one party to do something, and on which he placed his refusal of an injunction, have a negative agreement by the other party to abstain allowed a general demurrer; his argument being, not from doing something. In both cases, the bill prayed that the plaintiff shewed nó equity for an injunction, specific performance; in Hills v. Croll in terms, and in whatever might be his equity to have the agreement Dietrichsen v. Cabburn in effect, though not in terms. performed, but that, because, on the face of the bill, The two cases seem, therefore, to have had precisely there was no equity for specific performance of the the same ingredients.

entire agreement, therefore there was no equity for They came before the court, however, in different an injunction. The ground of the difference between ways; and it will be proper to examine whether that the decision of Lord Cottenham in Dietrichsen v. Cabe circumstance can have had any influence in producing burn, and that of Lord Lyndhurst in Hills v. Croll, is the opposite decisions that we find in these two cases. not, therefore, to be found, in the one case, coming on In Hills v. Croll, the case came before the court upon a by way of motion for an injunction, and the other by. motion for an injunction, and it was refused, as we un- I way of demurrer; and we see, on the whole, no way of

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