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it 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.—James llcoek and Richard Dell, Loncton, Staffordshire, auctioneers, !eb. 7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham,
To be granted, unlets an Appeal be duly entered, F. P. R. Webb, Niiholas-Iane, Lombard-st., London, mediant.—T. L. Poirell, Romsey, Hampshire, upholsterer. — lenry M. Hariland, Denham, Buckinghamshire, cowkeeper. — Wm. Warrington the elder. Upper Berkeley-street West, Ivde-park-square, Middlesex, painter.—James Harder, Wimlorne, Dorsetshire, market gardener.—T/ios. Fenwick, Tyneccjih. Northumberland, common brewer.—/. Fish, Helmbow, near Hasiingden, Lancashire, cotton manufacturer.
John Ridley and John Porter Dolphin, Newcastle-uponrjne, and Hexham, Northumberland, attornies-at-law and olicitors.—Thomas Hanson Peile, Rowland Babington Peile, aid Wm. Henry March, (under the firm of Peile, Son, & Hurch), Mansion-house-place, London, altornies and solictors, (so far as regards the said Wm. H. Murchi).—Charles Deane and Arthur Goodrich, (under the firm of Deane & roodrich), Lincolii's-inn-fields, Middlesex, attornies-at law si solicitors.—Richard Nation, Richard Stileman, and JoAn S'eiile, Orchard-street, Purtman-square, London, attornies iaJ solicitors.
Wm. King, Glenpatrick, near Johnstone, Renfrewshire, Ustiller.
INSOLVENT DEBTORS Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy,
end hare obtained an Interim Order for Protection from
Richard Nuttall, R.mshottom, Lancashire, beerseller, Feb. I at 11, County Court of Lancashire, at Bury.— Wm. Pogson, Sasocliffe, Almondbury, Yorkshire, out of business, Feb. 2 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Huddersfield.—Edward W&rgetson, Westfield, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, yeoman, Feb. 1st 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Huddersfield.—John Sothard. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, drysalter. Feb. 2 at 10, bounty Court of Yoikshire, at Hudderstirld.—A. Cocking, 2k>wn, Derbyshire, coal miner, Feb. 11 at 11, County Court if Nottinghamshire, at Worksop.—Francis George Sherrard, Jristol, attorney-at-law, Feb. 1 at 11, County Court of Glousstershire, at Bristol.— Wm. W. Wilkes, Darlaston, Staf. brdshire, ironfounder, Jan. 26 at 10, County Court of Stafordshire, at Walsall. — George Harvey, Walsall, Staffordshire, arpenter, Jan. 2G at 10, County Court of Staffordshire, at Kalsall. — Daniel Porcher, Saffron Walden. Essex, noufecioner, Jan. 31 at 1U, County Court of Essex, at Saffron iValden.
The following Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed in the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection from Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal street, Lincoln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with cecording to the Statute:—
Feb. 3 at 10, before the Chief Commissioner. Thos. Harrington, Tavistock-court, Covent-garden, Midlesex, clerk in the Inland Department of the General Postfiee, St. Martin's-le-Grand. London.—John Finch, PleaJat-place, King's-cross, Holloway-road, Middlesex, cheeseMiager.
Feb. 4 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips. Joseph Smith, Catherine-street, Strand, Middlesex, making clerk to a stationer.—Henry Hugh Halton, Barrowili-road, High-street, Portland-town, St. Marylebone, Midfesex, cowkeeper.— Wm. Harding, Brand-street, Blandfordqaare, Middlesex, out of business.—S. Wray, Gerrard-st., liver-terrace, City-road, Middlesex, out of business.
Feb. 6 at 11, before the Chief Commissioner. Samuel Ayler, York-street, High-street, Camden-town, Middlesex, lint manufacturer.—John Groves, Bishopsgate-st. 'V.hout, London, saddler.
Feb. 6 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips. Henry Robinson, Jolia's-place, Little James-street, Bedird-row, Middlesex, labourer.
The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt with according to the Statute:—
Feb. 3 at 10, before the Chief Commissioner. Henry Wells Young, Westbournc- park -road, Paddiogton, Middlesex, attorney-at-law.
Feb. 3 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner Murphy. John Philip Newman, Great Queen-street, Lincolu's-innfields, Middlesex, tailor.
Feb. 4 of 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips. Frederick Wm. St. John Dawson, Tarling-street, Commercial-road East, Middlesex, attorney's clerk.
Feb. 4 of 10, before Mr. Commissioner Murphy. J. M'Cabe, Tabernacle-walk, Finsbury, Middlesex, currier. Adjourned. Feb. I at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips. Algernon Sydney Sparke, Little Queen-st., Westminster, Middlesex, commission agent.
The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and dealt with according to the Statute:—
At the County Court of Lancashire, at Lancaster, Feb. 3 at 12.
Thomas M'Kie, Wigan, provision-shop keeper.— Wm. John Brooks Collins, Liverpool, foreman in a biscuit manufactory. —F. Barker, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Manchester, butcher. —Julius Ahlborn, Liverpool, haberdasher.—Thomas Waterworth Drury, Preston, grocer.—James Adamson, Manchester, accountant.—John Richardson, Salford, out of business.—/. Guilford, Hulme, Manchester, grocer.— Chas. Hooper Cope, Manchester, accountant.—J. Wormald, Manchester, packer. —James Calvin, Liverpool, joiner.—Abet Pimblett, Bolton le-Moors, out of business.—AnnDavidson, Liverpool, lodginghouse keeper.—John Runeliffe, Blackburn, fishmonger.—Jos. Gee, Preston, mechanic.—/. Wilson, Blackburn, fishmonger. At the County Court of Somersetshire, at Taunton, Feb. 7.
Samuel Vincent, Taunton, out of business.—Geo. Parker, Weston-super-Mare, tailor.
At the County Court of Berkshire, at Reading, Feb. 9.
Klein Grant, Maidenhead, physician. At the County Court of Nottinghamshire, at Nottingham, Feb. 16.
John Seagrave the elder, Bulwell, near Nottingham, framework knitter. __^_
TUESDAY, January 24.
HENRY JACKSON, Eton, Buckinghamshire, linendraper,
EMILE DUNIN, (known as Count Dunin), of Westbourne, terrace, Paddington, formerly of Saville-row, Burlington-gardens, and prior to that of Queen Charlotte-row, and Gloucester-place, New-road, Marylebone, Middlesex, machinist, Feb. 4 at 12, and March 10 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Cannan; Sol. Columbine, 21, Margaret-st., Cavendish-square.—Petition dated Jan. 14.
HENRY CLARE TIMPSON, Woolwich, Kent, surgeon and apothecary, dealer and chapman, Feb. 7 at 1, and March 7 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Lee; Sol. Carttar, Greenwich, Kent. — Petition filed Jan. 23.
JAMES COWDEROY, Hammersmith, Middlesex, omnibus proprietor and licensed victualler, Feb. 7 and March 7 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld; Sols. Selby & Mackeson, 59, Lincoln's-inn-fields.—Petition filed Jan. 16.
GEORGE HAINES, late of Tocknells Mills, near Painswick, but now of Kingstanley, near Stroud, Gloucestershire, miller and mealman, dealer and chapman, Feb. 8 and March 8 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol:
Off. Ass. Miller; Sol. Wrilke, Gloucester Petition filed
Jan. 10. .-. SAMUEL GODFREY MOULTON SCOWEN, Woodstreet, Cheapside, London, warehouseman, Feb. 1 at 2, and March 7 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld j Sol, Pain, Gresham-street, City.— Petition filed Jan. 23. WILLIAM MUNRO DUFFIELD, Heavitree, Devonshire, commission agent, dealer and chapman, Feb. 2 and 27 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter: Off. Ass. Hirtzel; Sol. Terrell, Exeter.—Petition filed Jan. 20. WILLIAM BIRKETT, Manningham, Bradford, Yorkshire, soap manufacturer, Feb. 6 and March 7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Hope j Sols. Taylor, Bradford; Blackburn, Leeds.—Petition dated Jan. 17. ROBERT MILNER, Doncaster, Yorkshire, hatter, dealer and chapman, Feb. 4 and March 4 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield: Off. Ass. Brewin j Sol. Fisher, Doncaster.—Petition dated Jan. 5. Meetings. Wm. Outram, Stockton-upon-Tees, Durham, timber merchant, Feb. 22 at half-past 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, last ex.—Ralph Hutchinson, Monkwearmouth Shore, Durham, ship builder, Feb. 15 at half-past 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, last ex.— Wm. Tomlinson, Manchester, publican, Feb. 10 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ex.— William Culler the younger, Ryde, Isle of Wight, carpenter, Feb. 7 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. nc—Thomas Coot Millington, Maldon, Essex, chemist, Feb. 8 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. — Charlei Sumpter Morris, Soham, Cambridgeshire, gas manufacturer, Feb. 4 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.— Wm Davison, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, gun maker, Feb. 22 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac. and pr. d.—Geo. Booth, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland, ship owner, Feb. 16 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-uponTyne, and. ac.—Henry Braun, Old Fish-street-hill, London, importer of foreign glass, Feb. 15 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— Wm. R. Carter, Ingram-court, Fenvhurch-st., London, wine merchant, Feb. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.— George M. Mowbray, Hove, Sussex, builder, Feb. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.—E. Ridley, Liverpool, tailor, Feb. 14 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.— Christian B. Reid, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, common brewer, Feb. 16 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, div.— Thomas M' free and Andrew M'Cree, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocers, Feb. 22 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fin. div.
Certificates. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before the Day of Meeting. Edward Ablewhite, Mortimer-street, Cavendish-square, Middlesex, coachbuilder, Feb. 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.—Owen Slurgis and William Adams. College-villas, New Finchley-road, St. John's Wood, Middlesex, builders, Feb. 16 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— Samuel L. Pratt, New Bond-street, Middlesex, upholsterer, Feb. 15 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.—E. Dennis, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, licensed brewer, Feb. 15 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.— William Telling, Fairford, Gloucestershire, baker, Feb. 22 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.—Richard Wilson and John Seaton Wilson, Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire, stonemasons, Feb. 15 at halfpast 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Kingston-upon-Hull. —John Tate, Darlington, Durham, iron merchant, Feb. 20 it 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.— George Booth, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland, Durham, shipowner, Feb. 16 at half-past 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. — Wm. Holme, Manchester, cotton manufacturer, Feb. 16 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.
To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. Peter Foot, Bermondsey, Surrey, licensed victualler.— If. R. Carter, Ingram-court, Fenchurch-street, London, wine merchant.—John H. Croucher, Fonthill-place, Claphara-rise, Surrey, boarding-house keeper.— Thomas Pye, Manor-street, Chelsea, Middlesex, sawyer. — Joseph Thompson, Allonby, Cumberland, common brewer.—John Mansfield, Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire, shipbuilder.—Robert C. Hopekirk, Exeter, perfumer.—Richard Heap, Longsight, Manchester, silk printer, .— Wm. Lynall, Birmingham, plumber.— Wm. Reynolds the
younger, Fulford Hall Farm, Warwickshire, sheep salesman. —James G. Retchford, Stone, Staffordshire, shoe dealer.— Wm. Reynolds the elder, Wiggin's Hill, Warwickshire, cattk dealer.
John Dawson, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex, surgeon.
James Birch and Wm. R. Prideaux, Great Winchester-it, London, attornies and solicitors. — John Thistlewood and George H. Thistlewood, Pancras-lane, Queen-street, Cheapside, London, attornies and solicitors.
John Thompson, Glasgow, mason. — John Hendrie, Inverness, builder.—Alexander Lillie, Banff, merchant.—Sanui M'Kee, Girvan, Ayrshire, grocer.
INSOLVENT DEBTORS Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcf,
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection freen
Stephen Scorey, Melcombe Regis, Dorsetshire, livery-stabld keeper, Feb. 9 at 10, County Court of Dorsetshire, at Wej. mouth. — George Nickson, Shorne, near Gravesend, Kent, baker, Feb. 11 at 10, County Court of Kent, at Gravesend.— Robert Cowan, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, bookbinder, Feb. 9 tt 10, County Court of Northumberland, at Newcastle.—Harry E. Wartnaby, Birkenhead, Cheshire, bookkeeper, Feb. 3 it 10, County Court of Cheshire, at Birkenhead. The following Persons, who, on their several Petition* filed it
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection from
Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter
mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Lm
coin's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt witk
according to the Statute:—
Feb. 8 at 10, before the Chief Commissioner.
Edmund Newton, Marlborougli-road, St. Luke's, Chelsea, Middlesex, out of business.—James Graham the elder, Salisbury-street, Portman-market, Middlesex, carpenter.
Feb. 8 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner Murpht.
/. Brooks, Rotunda, Black friars-road, Southwark, Surrey, vocalist.— Wm. Tocknell, Grange-road, Bermondsey, Surrey, engraver. — Joseph Simmons, High-st., Portland-town, Middlesex, earthenware dealer.—Richard Holder, Thorpe. Surrey,
agricultural labourer Jas. Pullen, New North-street, Tbeo
bald's-road, Middlesex, furniture dealer.—Josiah Lambert, Chiswell-street, Finsbury, Middlesex, undertaker.
Saturday, Jan. 21. An Assignee has been appointed in the following Case. Pur.
Iher particulars may be learned at the Office in Portugal
street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of Ik
James Hart, Chichester, Sussex, out of business, No 77,267 C.; Wm. Gloyne, assignee.
Saturday, Jan. 21.
Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assifnt
the Estates and Effects of I he following Persons.—
(On their own PetitionsJ.
Stephen Austen, Dover-road, Southwark, Surrey, coffst house keeper: in the Queen's Prison.—Edward Scrattn Conduit-street, Regent-street, Middlesex, in no profession in the Queen's Prison.— Anthony B. Pike, New Charlton Kent, clerk in her Majesty's Dockyard, Woolwich: in th Queen'8 Prison.—John Wakes, Luton, Bedfordshire, confcc tioner: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.W. Prestige, Bedford-row, Walworth-road, Surrey, cheese monger: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.Alfred Valentine Gunnell, Queen's-terrace, Bayswater, Mid dlesex, parliamentary agent: in the Debtors Prison for Loi don and Middlesex.— Wm. Allen, New-road, Commercial road East, Middlesex, labourer in the London Docks: in tt Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—Elizabeth Gra\ son, Langport place, Camberwell New-road, Surrey, laundresi in the Gaol of Surrey.—Wm. P. M. Croft, Great WiDdmil street, llaj market, Middlesex, licensed victualler: in t) Queen's Prison.—Richard Wade, Upper Barnsbury-stree Islington, Middlesex, out of business: in the Debtors Pri« for London and Middlesex. — John Frost, Ranelagh-plac Pimlico, Middlesex, agricultural labourer: in the Debto Prison for London and Middlesex.— George Cluer Gwym Old-street-road, Shoreditch, Middlesex, licensed dealer
beer: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— Jules George Kammerer, Cranbourn-street, St. Martin-inthe-Fields, Middlesex, coffee-house keeper: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.— Wm. Bright Heighten, Spring-garden-place, Pimlico, Middlesex, out of business: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex—George Plynn, London-road, Southwark, Surrey, out of business: in tbe Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—H. Askham, Arlington-st., Camden-town, Middlesex, foreman to a tailor: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—N. Bull Jay, Grove-villas, New-road, Shepherd's-bush, Middlesex, boarding-bouse keeper: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—Thos. Beesley, Bay-street, May field-road, Dalston, Middlesex, accountant's clerk: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—Humphrey Stevenson, Mariastreet, KingsUnd-road, Middlesex, draper: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—H. Nicholton, Sussexplace, Enneld-road, Middlesex, secretary to the East Bosom Mining Company: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—Thomat Hill, Chatham, Kent, commission agent for the sale of horses: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—Thomas James Boardman, Albion-road, Wandsworth-road, Surrey, doctor of music: in the Gaol of Surrey. —Moses Dearden, Gannow, near Burnley, Lancashire, out of business: in tbe Gaol of Lancaster.—John Wormald, Manchester, packer: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—Jan. Gee, Preston. Lancashire, mechanic: in the Goal of Lancaster. —James Wilson, Blackburn, Lancashire, fishmonger: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—Ann Davidson, Liverpool, lodging-house keeper: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—John Rawcliffe, Blackburn, Lancashire, fishmonger: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—Jas. Calvin, Liverpool, builder: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—Chas. Butterfield, Kirkgate, Leeds, Yorkshire, out of business: in tbe Gaol of York.—William Dickinson, Pontefract, Yorkshire, joiner: in the Gaol of York.— George Parker, Westonsuper-Mare, Somersetshire, tailor: in the Gaol of Wilton.— Samuel Jane, St. Dominic, Cornwall, farmer: in the Gaol of Bodmin.— W. Dearden, Padiham, near Burnley, Lancashire, farrier: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—John Guilford, Hulme, Manchester, provision-shop keeper: in the Gaol of Lancaster. —John Greenwood, Halifax, Yorkshire, out of business: in the Gaol of York.—Joseph Lighttowler, Knottingley, near Ferrybridge, Yorkshire, lime burner: in the Gaol of York.— George Butcher, South Shore, near Blackpool, Lancashire, builder: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—J. Gwatkin the younger, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, builder: in the Gaol of Monmouth. — [i'm. Quintan, Blackheatb, Kent, share dealer: in the Gaol of Maidstone.—Thos. Hitchmough, Runcorn, Cheshire, salt merchant: in the Gaol of Chester.—Wm. Tytherleigh, Birmingham, foreman at the Crown Works: in the Gaol of Coventry.—//. Sibley, Ampton-place, Gray's-inn-road, Middlesex, attomey-at-law: in the Gaol of Dover.—Bdw. Dalton, Salford, Lancashire, joiner: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—John Marshall, Salford, Lancashire, joiner: in the Gaol of Lancaster.— Wm. Clifton, Preston, Lancashire, farmer: in the Gaol of Lancaster.—John Rossiter, Westbury, Leigh, Wiltshire, clothier; in the Gaol of Fisherton Anger.—Elizabeth Adams, Barking, Essex, out of business: in the Gaol of Springfield.— The Hon. B. T. M. Cecil, Dover, Kent, in no profession: in the Gaol of Dover.— Fanny Walls, Chatham, Kent, out of business: in the Gaol of Maidstone.—A. Saunders, Greenwich, Kent, licensed victualler: in the Gaol of Maidstone.—Thomas Richards, Whitstable, Kent, master mariner: in the Gaol of Maidstone.—Matthew Gaunt, Dewsbnry, Yorkshire, out of business: in the Gaol of York.—H. Marsden, Talyfedw, Pencarreg, Carmarthenshire, foreman to a cattle dealer: in the Gaol of Carmarthen.
The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt trith according to the Statute:—
Feb. 1 at 10, before the Chief Commissioner. Adjourned Hearing. Wm. F. Parslow, St. Andrew's-road, Horsemonger-lane, Newington, Surrey, timber dealer.
Feb. 9 at 10, before the Chief Commissioner. Ebenezer Hartnall, Carpenter's-buildings, London-wall, London, commission agent for the sale of boots.
Feb. 9 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips. William Prestige, Beckford-row, Walworth-road, Surrey, cheesemonger.
The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and dealt with according to the Statute:—
At the County Court of Kent, at Maidstone, Feb. 7 at 12.
T. Kirtley, Tottenham-court-road, Middlesex, linendraper. — Wm. Quintan, Lloyd's-place, Blackheath, share dealer.— Thomas Richards, Whitstable, mariner.—Arthur Saunders, Greenwich, licensed victualler.—Fanny Watts, Chatham, out of business. At the County Court of Cornwall, at Bodmin, Feb. 8 at 10.
Samuel Jane, St. Dominic, farmer. At the County Court of Essex, at Chelmsford, Feb. 9 at 12.
John hozell. Love's Green, Writtle, out of business.—G. Clarke, North Ockendon, cattle dealer.—Elizabeth Adams, Barking, out of business.
Insolvent Debtors' Dividends.
Wm. Aiken, Davies-street, Grosvenor-square, Middlesex, wine merchant: 5rf. in the pound.—Joseph Clapham, Leeds, Yorkshire, builder: 6Jd. (making 5s. 6\d.) in the pound.— Thomas Stoker, York, butcher: 7*. \\d. in the pound.— James Tucker, Street, Somersetshire, farmer: 2*. in the pound.—Margaret Ball, widow, Salcombe, Marlborough, Devonshire, in no business: Is. 9d. in the pound.- William Hex, Northumberland-court, Northumberland-street, Strand, Middlesex, lodging-housekeeper: \±d. in the pound.—Henry Seed, Preston, Lancashire, plasterer: 2s. 4}d. in the pound. — Samuel Clapham, Grainthorpe, near Louth, Lincolnshire, tailor: 1*. ll^d. in the pound.—Wm. Huddleston, Lancaster, plasterer: lOJrf. in the pound.—Joshua Mayston, St. George'iroad, Shepherd's Bush, Middlesex, classical tutor: 14*. 2d. in the pound.—John Tomlin, Tottenham-court-road, Middlesex, coachmaker: 7*. in the pound.—John F. Loader, Dartmouthhill, Lewisham, Kent, clerk to a glass cutter: .'is. 1(W. in the pound.
Apply at the Provisional Assignees' Office, Portugal-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, London, between the hours of 11 and 3. Meeting.
Richard Butcher, Kirkdale, Lancashire, ale dealer, Feb. 11 at 12, at Marter's, 5, Fumival's-inn, London, sp. aff.
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LONDON, FEBRUARY 4, 1854.
When the Chancery Commissioners recommended the resolutions which ultimately became embodied in the Chancery Improvement Act, they made one great mistake on the subject of evidence. The mistake was of a twofold character: first, as to the mode of taking evidence; secondly, as to the machinery to be organised for taking it. It was a grave mistake of principle to interpose examiners between the witnesses and the Court. It was a very great mistake, in reference to practice, to suppose that .two examiners could do half the work that would have to be done. Experience has shewn what a very little reflection might have foreseen, that, if the greater part of the evidence in Chancery causes is to be taken by examiners, not two, nor three, nor six, nor ten examiners will be sufficient. In fact, not a sitting of the Court passes, in or out of term, without numerous appointments of special examiners, because the two official examiners' offices are full.
Now, if the system of examiners to take evidence out of court, and the bringing into court at the trial a record of the evidence, were fit to be continued, we should go into some detail to consider what would be the best plan for increasing the examining staff of the Court. But as we conceive that the system of separate examiners lias failed signally, and must be very soon abolished, it seems to us that it would be useless to enter on the subject. To consider the best way of mending a machine utterly defective on principle, when it is as easy, and not more, or very little more, expenVol. XVIII. D
sive to substitute for it another machine founded on a sound principle, would be very bad engineering, and we shall not fatigue our readers with the attempt.
On the subject of evidence in courts [of equity we have no hesitation in laying down the following two broad propositions:—
I. No contested case of any kind, interlocutory or otherwise, should ever be determined on affidavits alone, but the witnesses, whether parties or not, should be liable to cross-examination viva, voce.
II. Every examination viva voce should be taken, when it is reasonably practicable, openly before the judge, who has the whole case opened before him, and has to determine the questions in relation to which the evidence is tendered.
The objection to evidence on affidavit only is, that it is wholly volunteer evidence, and therefore never sought, except from persons whose views, whether from bias or otherwise, are likely to be in accordance with those of the party seeking it; nor is ever tendered, unless, to at least a great extent, it does support the case of the party tendering it. In this it would be, to some extent, like the evidence of a witness examined orally in chief; but the difference is, that tho latter, though intending, honestly or dishonestly, to be favourable to the party calling him, may by cross-examination be turned into an unfavourable witness. But the affidavit witness cannot as such be made to say anything but what he has said in chief. He may be, it is true, contradicted by another witness, but that is very different from being forced into neutralising wholly or partially his own original evidence. In the one case, his evidence is necessarily demolished, by shewing him to be inconsistent with himself. In the other, a mere conflict of evidence is set up, perhaps without any means existing by which the judge is to see which is the better evidence. Ex gr., suppose Mr. Brunei »ud some unknown engineer opposed as witnesses on an engineering question: if Mr. Brunei makes a statement in chief, and i3 led by cross-examination to qualify it, the qualification comes with exactly the same force as theassertion; but if the qualification comes from the unknown, the question arises at once whose evidence is