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patent and specifications, except as thereinafter pro- The result is, that the provisional specification should rided, shall apply to any letters-patent granted and to be made as large and general as the law officer will any specification filed under the act. This does not permit it to be made, avoiding details and particulars 'as seem to extend to provisional specifications, which are far as possible; or if it be found necessary or advisable not required to be filed. If that be so, no disclaimer to enter into particulars, the implied exclusion of other or amendment can be made in respect of a provisional particulars should be prevented by the use of proper specification after its allowance by the law officer. saving and general words.
The form of the provisional specification given in the Secondly, the terms of the provisional specification schedule to the act is as follows:
must not describe anything which the inventor is “I, — do hereby declare the nature of the said not able to include in his final specification. For invention (title as in petition) to be as follows :- though it is not necessary to discriminate in the provi[Here insert the description.] Dated this day of sional specification between the new and the old parts A. D. -"
of the subject-matter, it must not state any result as The 3rd section of the act authorises “ the commis- attained or attainable by the inventor which the insioners from time to time to make such rules and regu- ventor cannot carry out and claim. The provisional lations (not inconsistent with the provisions of this act) specification, like the title, is a statement of the nature respecting the business of their office, and all matters of the invention; and the Courts have held, with a and things which, under the provisions herein con- rigour that is perhaps too undiscriminating, that a tained, are to be under their control and direction, as patent is bad if the specification fails to describe everymay appear to them necessary and expedient for the thing that is necessarily implied in the title--because purposes of this act.” The tenth of the second set of the title is the statement to the Crown of the applirules issued by the commissioners (15th October, 1852) cant's merits; and if the statement is excessive, the requires that the provisional specification must state grant is bad, as founded on a deceitful representadistinctly and intelligibly the whole nature of the in- tion. (Rex v. Wheeler, 2 B. & Al. 345; Bloxam v. vention, so that the law officer may be apprised of the Elsee, 6 B. & Cr. 169; Cook v. Pearce, 8 Q. B. 1044). improvement, and of the means by which it is to be car. Thus, in Felton v. Graves (3 Car. & P. 611) it was ried into effect. This rule is not very definite, but if it held, that a patent for “a machine for an expeditious means more than describing the nature of the inven- and correct mode of giving a fine edge to knives, razors, tion it is a nullity, for the substance of the provisional scissors, and other cutting instruments," was void bespecification is not placed under the control and direction cause no machine capable of sharpening scissors was of the commissioners.
described in the specification. So, in Turner v. WinThe most important questions with respect to the ter, (1 T. R. 602), a patent for producing a yellow provisional specification are, first, whether anything colour for printing, for making whitelead, and for sepacan be claimed by the subsequent or final specification rating the mineral alkali from common salt, all in one which is not fairly covered by the terms of the pro- process, was held bad because the white substance provisional specification; and, secondly, whether the com- duced by the specified process was not whitelead. The plete specification may omit anything which is clearly principle of these decisions is obviously as applicable to claimed by the provisional specification.
excess in the provisional specification as to excess in First, generality or looseness in the terms of provisional the title. By claiming too much when he is applying specifications seems to be immaterial—as it is in the title for the patent the inventor deceives the Crown-by of the patent, (see Cook v. Pearce, 8 Q. B. 1044)—if the claiming too much in his final specification he misleads specification is allowed by the law officer. But if the the public. provisional specification assumes to enter into particu- If we are right in our conclusion, that the provisional lars
, or to describe the mode of carrying the invention specification cannot be amended, by disclaimer or into effect, without containing sufficient general words to otherwise, after it has been allowed by the law officer, cover other particulars not specified, it seems that such it seems that there is no remedy after allowance for an other particulars cannot be afterwards specified and excess of statement or claim in the provisional speci. claimed without defeating the letters-patent. And as fication; for the only disclaimer that can then be the provisional specification can only be amended by made is a disclaimer of part of the title or of part of permission of the law officer “to whom the same is re- the specification. It is possible, however, that a ferred,” no amendment can be made after the certificate struggle may be made to remedy this great hardship, of allowance is granted, when the law officer becomes by allowing an alteration of the title of the patent, só functus officio.
framed as to exclude by express terms the matter The letters-patent are to issue for “the said inven. wrongly claimed in the provisional specification. Such tion”-i. e. the invention described in the provisional an alteration, as it would not extend the exclusive specification ; and letters-patent not granted during the right granted by the letters-patent, would be within continuance of the provisional protection are to be of Lord Brougham's Act, and, being allowed by the law no force. It is therefore clear that the provisional spe- officer, might, upon a liberal construction, be held to cification (although it is not referred to in the letters- operate on the provisional specification so as to exclude patent)must always be looked to, to ascertain what is the the objection. invention to which the patent relates; and as nothing If the provisional specification is defective, by not could formerly be claimed which was not covered by including enough, the defect must be cured by taking the title of the patent, so now nothing can be claimed out a new patent for the omitted matter, in which it which is not covered by the provisional specification. will generally be prudent to refer to the former patent, The most accurate notion of the nature and effect of and expressly to exclude everything that is included in the provisional specification will be gained by regarding that. But it will be necessary also to prosecute the proit as the title of the patent-required, indeed, to enter ceedings on the first provisional specification, because, more into detail than was necessary under the old law, by the abandonment of those proceedings, the invention but otherwise having the same operation in defining described in and published by that specification will and limiting the subject-matter of claim in the specifi- have been thrown open to the world. The public, cation. It is to describe the nature of the invention looking at the first specification only, and finding that .-that was the office of the title of the patent-but it the proceedings upon it have been abandoned, would is to describe it to the satisfaction of the law officer; be entitled to conclude that the invention described in and if it is allowed by him, no objection can be taken it had been also abandoned. to it on the ground of its being too large or vague. From all this, it appears that the framing of the pro
visional specification is a task of extreme difficulty and the Equitable Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery, danger, and the correction of mistakes in it is no less vol. 1. so. The proper remedy seems to be, to allow a pa- The Senior Class will read Story's Commentaries on tentee to refer his final specification to the law officer, Equity Jurisprudence, vol. 2, commencing with the with authority to that officer to direct any alteration chapter on Election and Satisfaction; White & Tudor's which he may think necessary to be made in the title Leading Cases, vol. 2, commencing, with Stapilton v. of the invention, and to enact that no letters-patent for Stapilton; and Mitford's Pleadings in Chancery, coman invention, of which the complete specification shall mencing with the chapter on Pleas. Each student will have been allowed by the law officer, (with or without be expected, in the intervals between the meetings of any amendment of the title of the invention), shall be the Class, to peruse portions of these and other works impeached on the ground of any excess or defect of de pointed out by the Reader, and to be prepared, at the scription, statement, or claim in the provisional specifi- ensuing meeting of the Class, to answer and discuss cation.
G.S. questions arising out of the subjects of their reading.
The Reader on Equity will deliver his Public LecPROSPECTUS OF THE LECTURES
tures at Lincoln's Inn Hall on Thursday in each week
during the Educational Term, commencing at two To be delivered during the ensuing Educational Term by o'clock p.M., (the first Lecture to be delivered on the the several Readers appointed by the Inns of Court.
20th April). The Reader will receive his Private
Classes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings,
Room at Lincoln's Inn Hall.
Law of ReaL PROPERTY, &c. the following subjects :
The Reader on the Law of Real Property, &c. proRise and Progress of Written Law-Character of the poses to deliver, in the ensuing Educational Term, a Early Writers on English Law-Glanville and Bracton course of Twelve Public Lectures on the following -Progress of Law during the Reign of Henry II - subjects :Causes of Magna Charta-Motives of the Tumults and I. The General Rules of Construction applicable to Disturbances which took place during the Reigns of Deeds and Wills, with reference to-Mistake; Falsa Henry II, John, and Henry III-Value of Matthew Demonstratio non Nocet; Verbal Alterations and TransParis Contrast between French and English History; positions; Admission of Extrinsic Evidence. between the Resistance of the French and English II. Voluntary Settlements—13 Eliz. c. 5; 27 Eliz. Vassal-Rights of the People and of Foreign Merchants c. 4. incorporated with Magna Charta–Lord Coke's Com
III. The Creation and Delegation of Powers of Sale mentary upon
“Omnis Liber Homo"-Gradual Pro- given to Fiduciary Vendors. gress of the English Constitution-Character of the
IV. The Liability of Purchasers to see to the AppliTimes of Charles I and Charles II.
cation of their Purchase Money. In his Private Lectures the Reader will pursue the V. The Law of Judgments, so far as they affect Real History of England from the Time of Charles I to the Estate-1 & 2 Vict. c. 110; 2 & 3 Vict. c. 11. Revolution. He will endeavour to illustrate the sub- VI. The Law of Covenants, with reference to the ject by reference to the Law of other Countries, and Law of Vendor and Purchaser. the Writers on the Law of Nations.
The Lectures to be delivered to the Private Classes Books: - Millar's Const. Hist.-Creasy on the English will comprise the following subjects:—With the Senior Constitution Sullivan's Lectures Brodie's Const. Hist.-Hallam’s Const. Hist., and chapter in Middle vol. 1, p. 439, will form the basis of the Lectures; and
Class, the text of Sugden on Powers, commencing at Ages - State Trials — Statute Book --Parliamentary the latest decisions, illustrating the principles there laid History-Rapin-May-Clarendon.
down, will be examined and commented upon. With The Reader on Constitutional Law and Legal His- the Junior Class, the subject of the Lectures will be tory will deliver his Public Lectures at Lincoln's Inn the Real Property Statutes, and the Rule in Shelia's Hall on Wednesday in each week, (the first Lecture to Case. be delivered on the 19th April), commencing at two The Public Lectures will be delivered at Gray's Inn P.M. The Reader will receive his Private Classes on Hall on Friday in each week, at two P. M., (the first Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings, from half- Lecture to be delivered on the 21st April). The Pripast nine to half-past eleven o'clock, in the Benchers' vate Classes will be held in the North Library of Reading Room at Lincoln's Inn Hall.
Gray's Inn on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornEQUITY.
ings, from a quarter to tweive to a quarter to two
o'clock. The Reader on Equity proposes to deliver a course
JURISPRUDENCE AND THE CIVIL Law, of Twelve Lectures on the Jurisdiction exercised by the Court of Chancery, in consequence of the Rules of The Reader on Jurisprudence and the Civil Law will, Procedure adopted by the Courts of Common Law not in the course of the ensuing Educational Term, deliver permitting them to administer Justice efficiently in Twelve Public Lectures on the following subjects:certain cases; on the Advantages and Disadvantages I. On Obligation and Contract-On the Nature of attending the Systems of Procedure in Common Law Obligations, and their place in General Jurisprudenceand Equity; on the Proposal to amalgamate the Equi- On the Roman Theory of Obligation, and the mode in table with the Legal Jurisdiction; and on the present which it has been interpreted by Pothier and others Course of Practice in the Court of Chancery.
On the Necessary Elements of Contract, and on the In addition to the Public Lectures, it is proposed manner in which they are discriminated by the Roman that two Classes shall be formed, as during the pre- Jurists and by English Law-On Pollicitations, Conceding Terms, for the study of the Principles and Prac- ventions, and Pacts, and on some disputed Questions tice adopted by Courts of Equity, each Class to meet connected with the Pactum Nudum-On the Classifor one hour three times a week.
fication of Contracts-On some particular Forms of The Junior Class will read Smith's Manual of Equity Contract, and more especially on the Contract of Sale. Jurisprudence, commencing with the chapter on Mort- II. On Prescriptions-On Usucapion, and on some gages, Pledges, and Liens; and portions of Spence on Peculiarities in the Ancient Views of Proprietary Right -On the Connexion between Possession and Prescrip- With his Private Class the Reader on Common Law tion, and Savigny's Theory of Possession-On the Na- will traverse the ground indicated in the above Proture and Criteria of a True Prescription, and on the spectus, calling attention more especially to such matExtent to which Prescriptions are admitted in English ters, falling within the scope of his inquiries, as are of and Roman Jurisprudence, and in certain Continental | real practical importance. The books to be used with Systems of Law.
the Private Class will be-Smith's Mercantile Law, III. On Testamentary Jurisprudence-On some 4th ed.; Story on Agency, 4th ed.; Byles on Bills; current Theories respecting the Origin of the Testa- Sedgwick on the Measure of Damages; Archbold's mentary Power-On Universal Successions; on the Criminal Pleading, ed. by Welsby; Lord Campbell's manner in which the Conception of a Universal Suc- Acts, ed. by Greaves; and Blackstone's Commentaries, cession appears to have been originally formed, and on vol. 4. its importance as a Key to Testamentary Jurisprudence The Public Lectures on Common Law during the -On the Principal Rules of the Roman Law of Testa- ensuing Term will be delivered, and the Private Classes ments, and on the Modifications and Distortions which will meet, in the Hall of the Inner Temple, as under: those Rules have undergone in Modern Law—On the
The Public Lecture on Monday in each week at two Jus Accrescendi; its Ancient and Modern HistoryOn Substitutions, and their Connexion with EntailsP.W.; the first Lecture to be delivered on Monday, the
24th April On Legacies and Fidei-commissa. IV. On the Doctrines of Roman Law regarding Con- day mornings, from a quarter to twelve to a quarter to
The Private Class on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturditions, Good Faith, Negligence, and Fraud. With his Private Classes, the Reader proposes to read
two o'clock. the Institutiones Juris Romani Privati of Warnkönig,
By Order of the Council, and afterwards the Commentaries of the same writer,
(Signed) EDWARD RYAN, or some other Compendium of Pandect Law.
Chairman (pro tem.) The following works will also be incidentally referred Council Chamber, Lincoln's Inn, to at the Public or Private Lectures, and portions of
March 23, 1854. them recommended for perusal:-Dumont's Bentham - Austin's Province of Jurisprudence Determined
Note.--The Educational Term commences on the The Esprit des Lois—The Droit Civil of Toullier- 15th April, and ends on the 30th July, 1854. The Doctrina Juris Philosophica of Warnkönig-The The several Readers will receive their respective Histoire du Droit
of Lerminier-The Innere Geschichte Classes on the appointed days, commencing Wednesday, des Romischen Rechts, and the Aeussere Geschichte the 19th April. des R. R. of Tigerstrom- The Explication Historique The Lectures and Classes will be suspended after des Instituts of Ortolan-Wheaton's Elements of Inter- Thursday, the 11th May, to be resumed on and after national Law—The Droit International Privé of Felix Monday, the 29th May. -and Story's Conflict of Laws.
The Public Lectures will be delivered in the Hall of the Middle Temple on Tuesday in each week, at two P. M., (the first Lecture of the course on Tuesday, the COMMISSIONERS TO ADMINISTER OATHS 25th April).
IN CHANCERY. The Private Classes will assemble at the Class-room in Garden-court on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, at half-past nine o'clock.
The Lord Chancellor, under the powers of the 16 & Common Law.
17 Vict. c. 78, intituled “ An Act relating to the ApThe Reader on Common Law proposes to deliver, pointment of Persons to administer Oaths in Chancery, during the Educational Term, commencing on the 15th and to Affidavits made for Purposes connected with April, 1854, Twelve Public Lectures, the subjects to be Registration,” has appointed the following gentlemen treated of in which will be as under:
to be Commissioners for administering Oaths in Chan
cery: ON MERCANTILE LAW.
To be London Commissioners. Lecture I.-Inquiry as to the Origin and Progress of Mercantile Law in this Country; Specification of the Francis George Abbott, 22, Southampton-buildings. principal Matters to which it applies itself.
Lecture II.-The Statute of Frauds ; considered in Henry Hall, 16, New Boswell-court, St. Clement Danes. relation to its Effect upon Mercantile Transactions.
Frederick Solly Gosling, 1, Gray's-inn-square. Lectures III and IV.-Of Negotiable Instruments; Thomas Gregory, 12, Clement’s-inn.
Samuel Shaen, Kennington-cross, Surrey. their peculiar Nature and Attributes. Lecture V.- On the Admissibility of Evidence of William Galsworthy, 2, Charlotte-row, Mansion-house,
Joshua Jullian Allen, 20, Bedford-row.
Zo be Commissioners in England.
Robert Benjamin Wheatly, Staines, Middlesex. Lecture 1.- Inquiry respecting the Elementary Prin- Samuel Harley Kough, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. ciples of Criminal Jurisprudence, and the Object pro- Edward Wade M'Clure, Nantwich, Cheshire. posed in the Punishment of Crime.
John Ryalls, Sheffield, Yorkshire.
Lectures III and IV.-Of some of the more common Thomas Robinson, Eccleshall, Staffordshire.
James Warder, Beaminster, Dorsetshire. Lecture V.-Examination of the Rules of Evidence Edward Brown Fiske, Beccles, Suffolk. ordinarily applicable in Criminal Cases.
Lecture VI.-On the Writ of Habeas Corpus.
George W. Walter and Wm. H. Walker, Silverdale, Keele,
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. and div.-J. James, Ne. FRIDAY, March 24.
therton, Worcestershire, tailor, April 5 at 12, District Court
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud.ac.-G. G. Charles, Liver. BANKRUPTS.
pool, importer of French goods, April 6 at 11, District Court PETER LEICESTER, Birchin-lane, Cornhill, London, iron of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.-Wm. Robarts, Burnham,
merchant and bill and metal broker, dealer and chapman, Buckinghamshire, apothecary, April 15 at half-past 12, Court April 4 at half-past 2, and May 2 at 1, Court of Bank of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Thomas Shenton, Bethnal. ruptcy, London: Of. Ass. Edwards ; Sol. Brewer, 3, Phil. green-road, Middlesex, grocer, April 20 at 11, Court of Bank.
pot lane, Fenchurch-st., London.-Petition filed March 17. ruptcy, London, div.-Wm. Hutchison, Riches-court, LimeSILIOMIA STERNE, Great St. Helen's Chambers, Great street, London, ship broker, April 20 at half-past 11, Court of
St. Helen's, London, merchant, dealer and chapman, April Bankruptcy, London, div.-Joseph Robinson Pim, Birkenhead, 5 at 2, and May 2 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Cheshire, brickmaker, April 13 at 11, District Court of Bank? Of. Ass. Graham; Sols. Norton & Son, New-st., Bishops- cis English, Bath, auctioneers, April 20 at 11, District Court
ruptcy, Liverpool, div.- Edmund English and Edmund Fran. gate.- Petition filed March 21. ROBERT BROWN and JOHN BURNHAM, Potton, Bed of Bankruptcy, Bristol, div. fordshire, common brewers, March 29 and May 13 at 12,
CERTIFICATES. Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Nicholson ; Sols. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or Smith & Argles, Potton, Bedfordshire ; Rhodes & Co.,
before the Day of Meeting. 63, Chancery-lane. - Petition filed March 13. WILLIAM LÍVESEY, St. Alban's-terrace, Vauxhall-bridge. 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.
Thomas Ballinger, Birmingham,
confectioner, April 22 at road, Middlesex, smith, bell-hanger, and gas-fitter, dealer and chapman, April 5 and May 13 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy,
To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. London: Off. Ass. Nicholson ; Sol. Chidley, Gresham-st., licensed victualler.-Wm. Mundy, Palace-row, New-road, St.
Richard Anderson, Wright's-lane, Kensington, Middlesex, London.-Petition dated March 24. JAMES ROGERS, Orchard-street, Harrow-road, Padding. Pancras, Middlesex, cowkeeper.-John Rothwell, Southport, ton, Middlesex, mason and builder, March 31 at 11, and
Lancashire, grocer. May 5 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off.
PETITION ANNULLED. Ass. Cannan ; Sols. Dawson & Bryan, 33, Bedford-square. Henry Bladon and Henry Coates, Manchester, stuff mer. - Petition filed March 18.
chants. FRANCIS QUICK, Bristol, jeweller and silversmith, dealer
Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. and chapman, April 7 and May 5 at half-past 1, Court of Thomas Braid, Glasgow, builder.-Andrew Oliver & Co., Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Bevan Glasgow, merchants.--Robert Patterson and John Neilson, & Girling, Bristol ; Taylor & Collisson, 28, Great James- Linwood, near Paisley, calico printers. street, Bedford-row.- Petition filed March 14.
Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, licensed victualler and innkeeper; and formerly of the same
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from
Process. place, grocer, tea dealer, hop dealer, and dealer in provisions, dealer and chapman), April 5 and May 3 at 12, Dis. Charles Jennings, Stapleton, Gloucestershire, licensed vic. trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off. Ass. Christie ; tualler, March 29 at 11, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Sols. Lane, jun., Stratford-upon-Avon ; Hodgson, Birming- Bristol.- Lawrence Eyre, Banghurst, Hampshire, clerk, ham.- Petition filed March 24.
April 11 at 10, County Court of Berkshire, at Newbury.-WILLIAM MORRIS. Ludlow, Shropshire, innkeeper, dealer Henry Batson, Kingston-upon-Hull, out of business, April 7 and chapman, April 3 and May i at 10, District Court at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Kingston-upon-Hull.of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston ; Sols. Matthew Tait, Kingston-upon-Hull, shoemaker, April 7 at Backhouse, Bridgenorth; Hodgson, Birmingham. - Petition 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Kingston-upon-Hall.-dated March 18.
Joseph Shaw, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, cloth finisher, April 7 JOHN SAGAR, Birkenhead, Cheshire, brewer, dealer and at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Kingston-upon-Hall.chapman, April 6 and May 5 at 11, District Court of Bank. Samuel Boyd, Kingston-upon-Hull, auctioneer, April 7 at 10, ruptcy, Liverpool: Off . Ass. Turner; Sols. Fletcher & County Court of Yorkshire, at Kingston-upon-Hull
. - Robert Hull, Liverpool.- Petition filed March 20.
Slowe, Redditch, Worcestershire, baker, April 15 at ll, ROBERT ISHERWOOD and STRETHILL FODEN, County Court of Worcestershire, at Redditch.-W. Peachey,
Liverpool, wool and cotton dealers, April 6 and May 5 at Leigh, Worcestershire, builder, April 11 at 10, County Court 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Of. Ass. of Worcestershire, at Worcester. Thomas Baylis, Worcester,
Turner ; Sol. Booker, Liverpool. ---Petition filed March 15. baker, April 11 at 10, County Court of Worcestershire, at WILLIAM BILLINGE, Rainbill, Prescot, Lancashire, Worcester.-Thomas Wood, Burslem, Staffordshire, potter,
stonemason and builder, dealer and chapman, April 4 and 25 March 29 at 10, County Court of Staffordshire, at Hanley. at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool : Off
. Ass. The
following Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed in Morgan ; Sols. Evans & Son, Liverpool.-Petition filed March 21.
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection from HENRY HUSBANDS KING, Bristol, bookseller and sta
Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter tioner, dealer and chapman, April 4 and May 2 at 11, District
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Lin
coln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Acraman ; Sol. Brittan, Bristol. - Petition filed March 20.
according to the Statute :
April 7 at 10, before the Chief CoMMISSIONER.
Robert Gunner, Marine-street, Neckinger-road, Bermond. Samuel Barrow, Stockport, Cheshire, corn dealer, April 6 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, ch. ass.
sey, Surrey, baker.-Wm. Ayerst, Lion-st., New Kent-road, James Stephenson, Arbour-terrace, Commercial-road, Middle Surrey, wine cooper. sex, draper, April 20 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before last ex. -- Francis Salter, York-place and Tredegar-sq., Mile- the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt end, Middlesex, doctor of medicine, April 5 at 12, Court of with according to the Statute:Bankruptcy, London, last ex.—John Perrett and C. Garton,
April 7 at 10, before the CHIEF COMMISSIONER.
Lewis Wales, Saxony-cottages, Mare-st., Hackney, Mid.
April 8 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips. HENRY MALCOLM RAMSAY, Elgin-crescent, Kensing
ton-park, Middlesex, builder, April 7 at half-past 12, and Thomas Richardson, Asylum-terrace, King's-road, Chelsea,
May 12 at 1. Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Middlesex, staymaker. - John Summers, Acton-street, Gray's.
Whitmore; Sol. James, 5, Basingball-street, London.inn-road, Middlesex, carpenter.—John Smith, Brunton-place,
Petition filed March 22. Commercial-road East, near the Regent's Canal, Middlesex, THOMAS RADFORD, Noble-street, London, and Mandruggist.
chester, warehouseman and agent, dealer and chapman, The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before
April 5 at 1, and May 13 at half-past 12, Court of Bank, a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and dealt ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Nicholson ; Sols. Sole & Co., with according to the Statute:
68, Aldermanbury. London.- Petition dated March 27.
CHARLES BARNETT GIBBS, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, At the County Court of Yorkshire, at SHEFFIELD, April 12
grocer, dealer and chapman, April 20 and May 4 at 10, at 12.
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off. Ass. BitJoseph Swinden, Sheffield, out of business.
tleston ; Sols. Butterton, Eccleshall; E. & H. Wright, At the County Court of Monmouthshire, at MonMOUTH, WILLIAM TURNER, Crewkerne, Somersetshire, currier,
Birmingham.- Petition dated March 10.
April 7 and May 4 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Henry Parratt, Chepstow, coach builder.
Exeter : Off. Ass. Hirtzel; Sols. Gidley, Exeter; Ran. INSOLVENT DEBTORS' DIVIDENDS.
dall, 5, Lawrence Pountney-lane, London.-Petition filed
March 14. Thomas Alesworth, Liverpool, merchant: 18. 11d. (making JOHN FREDERICK THYNNE, Tavistock, Devonshire, 9s. 7 d.) in the pound. - John H. Romer, Brewer-street, St.
dealer in musical instruments, April 7 and May 4 at 1, James's, Westminster, Middlesex, licensed victualler : 38. 91d.
District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter : Off. Ass. Hirtzel; in the pound. - Morris L. Franklin, Manchester, hat trim
Sols. Beer & Rundle, Devonport; Hartnoll, Exeter.-Peti. ming dealer : 3s. 2d. in the pound.—John T. Heap, Hulme,
tion filed March 22. Manchester, out of business : 88. 4fd. in the pound. - Robert WILLIAM ORMEROD BRADSHAW, Bolton-le-Moors, Watson, Durham, chemist : 38. 61d. in the pound.
George Umberstone, East-st., Globe-lane, Stepney, Mile-end, Mid.
Lancashire, builder, timber merchant, dealer and chapman,
April 12 and May 1 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, dlesex, servant to the London Dock Company: 58. 10d.
Manchester : Oi. Ass. Fraser; Sol. Marsland, Bolton, (making lls. 8d.) in the pound.—John Crisp, Danvers-street,
Lancashire.- Petition filed March 17. Chelsea, Middlesex, lieutenant in her Majesty's Navy on halfpay: 58. 10d. (making 9s. 5d.) in the pound.—John Read
MEETINGS. the elder, Upper Brook-street, Grosvenor-square, Middlesex, Samuel G. M. Scowen, Wood-street, Cheapside, London, tailor ; 58. (making 58. 4d.) in the pound.John T. Dickens, warehouseman, April 12 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Woolwich, Kent, grocer : ls. 113d. in the pound.--William London, last ex.- - George Stewart Amsinck, Frederick-street, Chapman, Chingford Hatch, Chingford, Essex, publican : Hampstead-road, Middlesex, common brewer, April 12 at 12, 3s. 5d. in the pound.-James Lillicrap, East Stonehouse, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. - Thomas Stevenson, Devonshire, captain in her Majesty's Royal Navy: 58.51d. Nottingham, printer, April 7 at 10, District Court of Bankin the pound. - David Davies, Tregarron, Cardiganshire, inn- ruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.-James Ford, Wolverhampton, keeper : 1s. 81d. in the pound.--Joseph Walker, West Auck. Staffordshire, cattle dealer, April 8 at 10, District Court of land, Durbam, woollendraper : 18. 21d. in the pound.-James Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.—John Roberts, Tividale T. Yates, Greenwich, Kent, lieutenant in her Majesty's Royal Wire-works, near Dudley, Worcestershire, wire drawer, April Nary: 88. 10d. (making 108. 104d.) in the pound.-William8 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. Treisden, Upper George-street, Portman-square, Middlesex, ac.—John Towry Burgon, Bucklersbury, London, wholesale gentleman : 4s. Ofd. in the pound.-Wm. Lupton, Brighton hardwareman, April 19 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Waterloo, near Liverpool, auctioneer: 10d. in the pound. London, div.- Thomas Harris and John Burls, HampsteadMargaret S. Elliot, Greenwich, Kent, out of business : 58. ld. road, Middlesex, brewers, April 21 at half-past 12, Court of (making 88. 4 d.) in the pound.
Bankruptcy, London, fin. div. sep. ests. — James Holmes, Apply at the Provisional Assignees' Office, Portugal-street, Regent-street, Westminster, Middlesex, shawl warehouseman, Lincoln's-inn-fields, London, between the hours of 11 and 3. April 21 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.- Owen
Siurgis and Wm. Adams, College-villas, New Finchley-road,
of Bankruptcy, London, div.- Thomas Clubbe, Chester, ale TUESDAY, March 28.
brewer, April 21 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, LiverBANKRUPTS.
pool, div.-John Malley, Lancaster, silversmith, April 25 at HENRY STEEL, Norwich, tea dealer and grocer, April 10 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, div. at 2, and May 9 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London:
CERTIFICATES. Of. Ass. Stansfeld; Sol. Hodgkinson, 17, Little Tower. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or street, London.--Petition filed March 25.
before the Day of Meeting. JAMES GREEN, Northampton, carpenter and builder, April 5 at 2, and May 9 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- Joseph Rowe,
Jonas Bergtheil, Abchurch-lane, merchant, April 22 at don: Of. Ass. Graham; Sols. Willan & Stevenson, Bed- Hunter-street, Kent-road, Surrey, baker, April 21 at half
ford-row, London. -- Petition filed March 9. WILLIAM WALLEN the younger, Lawrence Pountney. Heavitree, Devonshire, commission agent, April 19 at 1, Dis
past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. M. Duffield, lane, London, architect, surveyor, builder, dealer and chap- trict Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter. George K. Kent, Taun. man, April 3 and May, 11 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy: ton, Somersetshire, plumber, April 20 at 1, District Court of London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sols. Stevens & Satchell
, 6, Bankruptcy, Exeter. --Henry B. Goodwin, Solihull, War. Queen-street, Cheapside.- Petition filed March 25. JAMES YOUNG HULBERT, New-court, Bow-lane, Lon- wickshire, tallow chandler, April 22 at 10, District Court of don, and Upper Grange-walk, Bermondsey, Surrey, account: rier, April 28 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Notting
Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-James Gibney, Nottingham, cur. book manufacturer and dealer in parchment, dealer and ham. --Edmund Smith the younger, Swinton, Lancashire, chapman, April 7 at 1, and May 12 at 12, Court of Bank- coal owner, April 25 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Edwards ; Sols. Bridger & Col.
Manchester. lins, 37, King William-street, London-bridge. -— Petition filed March 24.
To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. ROBERT ROBSON and JOHN THOMAS ROBSON, Wm. Quinton, Leather-lane, Middlesex, butcher.-George
Derby, silk inanufacturers and silk throwsters, April 7 and Wren le Grand, Lambeth-walk, Surrey, grocer.-A. Hard. 28 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham: Off. wick, Windsor, Berkshire, linendraper. - James Lewis Lane, Ass. Harris ; Sols. E. & H. Wright, Birmingham; Hud. Norwood, Surrey, brewer.—John Taylor the younger, Charlson & Co., 23, Bucklersbury, London. - Petition dated ton, Kent, builder.- John Delaney, Mark-lane, London, wine March 17.
merchant. --Caleb Ambrose, Sheerness, Kent, ironmonger.