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36. Application of monies received for estreated recogni- but all suits and proceedings, whether at law, in equity, or in sances.

bankruptcy or sequestration, or otherwise howsoever, as well 37. Treasurer of Fee Fund to pay to treasurer of borough a in Great Britain and Ireland as in the colonies and dependen. moiety of monies received for forfeitures and estreated recog- cies thereof, by or on behalf of any such society, against any nisances.

person or persons, whether bodies politic or others, and whe38. Constables to take recognisances, &c.

ther members or not of such society, shall be commenced and 39. Notice of meetings of justices.

prosecuted in the name of one of the two officers for the time 40. Notice of action.

being appointed to sue and be sued on behalf of such society, 41. Saving the rights of the corporation of Stockport and and registered in pursuance of the directions for such appointthe borough justices.

ment and registration respectively hereinafter contained ; and 42. For payment of expenses of this act.

all suits and proceedings, whether at law or in equity, or by or

on behalf of any person or persons, whether bodies politic or CAP. XXI.

others, and whether or not members of such society, against

such society, shall be commenced and prosecuted against such An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Conso- officers, or if there shall be no such officer for the time being, lidated Fund to the Service of the Year 1854.

then against the trustees of the said society. [16th June, 1854.]

2. Every such society shall, within one calendar month CAP. XXII.

after the passing of this act, appoint two officers to sue or be

sued on behalf thereof in manner aforesaid, and make or cause An Act to enable the Collector-General of Dublin to levy to be made a return to the Registrar of Friendly Societies of

Money to repay a certain Outlay by the Corporation for the names and descriptions of the officers so appointed; and preserving and improving the Port of Dublin in and about every such society may from time to time remove any officer so repairing the Quay Wall of the River Liffey, and for future appointed ; and in case of the death, resignation, or removal Repairs thereof, and for repairing and rebuilding Bridges of any such officer, the said society shall, within one calendar over the said River.

[16th June, 1854.]

month thereafter, appoint in his stead another officer to sue

and be sued on behalf of such society, and make or cause to CAP. XXIII.

be made a return to the said registrar as aforesaid, containing An Act for raising the Sum of Six Millions by Exchequer as well the name and description of the person who has ceased Bonds and Exchequer Bills. [16th June, 1854.] to be such officer in manner aforesaid as the name and descrip

tion of the officer who has been appointed in his stead to sue CAP. XXIV.

and be sued on bebalf of such society; and every such return

shall be signed by three members of such society, and counter An Act for granting to her Majesty an increased Rate of Duty signed by the officers or officer so appointed, and shall be kept

on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and with the rules of the society; and in case any society should Offices.

[16th June, 1854.]

neglect or refuse to appoint any officers or officer to sue and CAP. XXV.

be sued as aforesaid, the trustees of such society, or the majo.

rity of them, may appoint any members or member of such An Act to amend the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, society to be such officers or officer, and shall forthwith make 1852.

[16th June, 1854.]

such return as last aforesaid under the hand of such trustees Sect. 1. Suits to be carried on in the Name of one of the and such officers or officer; and every appointment so made

officers of any Society to be appointed for that shall be as effectual for all the purposes of this act as if it had Purpose.

been made by such society. 2. Oficers to be appointed to sue and be sued on Behalf 3. Any person shall be at liberty to require a copy of such

of Society, and their Names, &c. to be returned to return to be certified by the registrar; and there shall be paid Registrar of Friendly Societies. Form of Return. for such certificate a fee of 18. 6d., and no more ; and the day In Default of Appointment as aforesaid, Trustees of the registration of every return to be made in pursuance of of Society may appoint such Officers and make this act shall be written on such return by the said registrar ; Returns.

and a copy, so certified as aforesaid, of such return, including 3. Returns to be certified, and Certificates to be Evi- the date to be marked thereon, shall be received in evidence dence,

in all proceedings, whether civil or criminal, and shall also be 4. Proceedings commenced in Name of Officer not to received as evidence of the day of the registering thereof.

be abated by his Death, &c., or by Change of 4. No action, suit, or proceeding, whether civil or criminal, Members of Society.

commenced either by or against any such society, (whether in 5. Effect of Judgments, &c. against the Society. the name of one of the officers appointed to sue and be sued 6. Bankruptcy, &c. of Officer not to affect Liability of as aforesaid, or of some member of such society, in the case Society.

and in manner aforesaid), shall be abated or prejudiced by the 7. Service of Process on Society.

death or by any act of such officer or person, or by the resig. 8. Dissolution of Society not to prevent winding up of nation or removal of such officer either before or after the com. its Affairs.

mencement of such action, suit, or proceeding, or by any 9. Suits pending against Trustees to be carried on change in the members of such society, but the same shall be against Officers appointed as aforesaid.

continued in the name of such officer or member (as the case 10. Provisions of Friendly Societies Act incapacitating may be) notwithstanding such death or act, or such resigna

Trustees from suing till they shall have made to tion or removal, and notwithstanding such change in the mem-
the Registrar a Financial statement of Society's bers of such society.
Affairs not to apply.

5. All judgments, decrees, interlocutors, and orders obtained Whereas by the Industrial and Provident Society's Act, in any such actions, suits, or other proceedings as aforesaid, 852, it is enacted, " that all the provisions of the laws relating against such officer or member, in manner aforesaid, whether o friendly societies shall apply to every society to be consti- such member or officer respectively be party to such actions, ated under the said act, except in so far as any such provision suits, or proceedings as plaintiff, pursuer, petitioner, or denight be expressly varied by the said act, or by any rule fendant or defender, shall have the same effect against the propressly authorised to be made thereby:" and whereas it is perty and effects of such society as if such judgments, decrees, spedient to vary the provisions of such laws in relation to interlocutors, or orders had been obtained in suits or proceedcieties registered under the act aforesaid, so far as concerns ings against the trustees of such society, and execution or dili. he manner in which legal proceedings shall be carried on in gence shall be issued thereon accordingly. by matter concerning any such society: be it therefore enacted 6. The bankruptcy, insolvency, or stopping payment of any e as follows:

officer or member of such society in his individual capacity Sect. 1. After the passing of this act no suit or proceeding shall not be construed to be the bankruptcy, insolvency, or hall be commenced or prosecuted by or against the trustees stopping payment of such society; and the property and effects I any society registered under the Industrial and Provident of such society shall, notwithstanding such bankruptcy, insol. ocieties Act, 1852, except in the case hereinafter provided ; I vency, or stopping payment, be liable to execution or diligence

c. 68.

in the same manner as if such bankruptcy, insolvency, or stop

limited Amount in certain Cases, unless the Value ping payment had not taken place.

declared and extra Payment made. Proof of 7. In all cases wherein it may be necessary for any person to

Value to be on the Person claiming Compensation. serve any summons, demand, or notice, or any writ or other

No special Contract to be binding unless signed. proceeding, at law or in equity, or otherwise, upon any such

Saving of Carriers Act, 11 Geo. 4 & I Will 4, society, service thereof respectively on the secretary of the said society, or by leaving the same at the head office for the time 8. Short Title. being of the said society, or in case such secretary shall not be

Whereas it is expedient to make better provision for regu. found or known, then service thereof on any agent or officer lating the traffic on railways and canals: be it enacted &c. as employed by the said society, or by leaving the same at the follows:usual place of abode of such agent or officer, shall be deemed

Sect. 1. In the construction of this act, “the Board of good and sufficient notice of the same respectively on such

Trade" shall mean the Lords of the Committee of her society.

Majesty's Privy Council for Trade and Foreign Planta. 8. In case of the dissolution of any such society, such society tions : shall nevertheless be considered as subsisting, and be in all The word “traffic" shall include, not only passengers and respects subject to the provisions of this act, so long and so far

their luggage, and goods, animals, and other things as any matters relating to the same remain unsettled, to the

conveyed by any railway company or canal company, intent that such society may do all things necessary to the

or railway and canal company, but also carriages, winding up of the concerns thereof, and that it may be sued

waggons, trucks, boats, and vehicles of every descripand sue under the provisions of this act in respect of all matters

tion adapted for running or passing on the railway or relating to such society.

canal of any such company : 9. When any action, suit, or prosecution shall, at the passing The word “ railway" shall include every station of or be. of this act, be pending by or on behalf of or against the trustee longing to such railway used for the purposes of public or trustees of any society, the same shall and may be proceeded traffic : and, in by or against such registered officer as aforesaid, in the The word " canal” shall include any navigation whereon proper name or names of the person or persons commencing tolls are levied by authority of Parliament, and also the or defending the same; and such officer shall pay or receive wharfs and landing-places of and belonging to such like costs as if the action or suit had commenced in his or their canal or navigation, and used for the purposes of public name or names for the benefit of or to be reimbursed from the traffic: funds of such society.

The expression " railway company,"

." "canal company," 10. The provisions of the laws relating to friendly societies, or “railway and canal company,” shall include any whereby the trustees of any society are declared incapable of person being the owner or lessee of, or any contractor prosecuting any action or proceeding in any court of law or working, any railway or canal or navigation constructed equity on behalf of such society until they shall bave duly fur. or carried on under the powers of any act of Parlianished to the registrar a general statement of the funds and effects

ment: of such society, shall not apply to the prosecution of any action A station, terminus, or wharf shall be deemed to be near or other proceeding by the registered officer of any society re- another station, terminus, or wharf when the distance gistered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1852. between such stations, termini, or wharfs shall not ex

ceed one mile, such stations not being situate within

five miles from St. Paul's Church, in London. CAP. XXVI. An Act to assimilate the Law and Practice existing in Cases canal company shall, according to their respective powers,

2. Every railway company, canal company, and railway and of High Treason in Ireland to the Law and Practice exist afford all reasonable facilities for the receiving and forwarding ing in Cases of High Treason in England.

and delivering of traffic upon and from the several railways and [3rd July, 1854.]

canals belonging to or worked by such companies respectively,

and for the return of carriages, trucks, boats, and other reCAP. XXVII. An Act for granting certain additional Rates and Duties of unreasonable preference or advantage to or in favour of any

hicles, and no such company sball make or give any undae or Excise.

[3rd July, 1854.]

particular person or company, or any particular description of

traffic, in any respect whatsoever, nor shall any such company CAP. XXVIII.

subject any particular person or company, or any particular An Act to alter and amend certain Duties of Customs.

description of traffic, to any undue or unreasonable prejudice (3rd July, 1854.]

or disadvantage in any respect whatsoever ; and every railway CAP. XXIX.

company, and canal company, and railway and canal company, An Act to alter the Duties of Customs on Sugar, Molasses, continuous line of railway or canal or railway and canal com

having or working railways or canals which form part of and Spirits.

[10th July, 1854.]

munication, or which have the terminus, station, or wharf of

the one near the terminus, station, or wharf of the other, shall CAP. XXX.

afford all due and reasonable facilities for receiving and forAn Act for granting certain Duties of Excise on Sugar made warding all the traffic arriving by one of such railways or canals in the United Kingdom.

[10th July, 1854.]

by the other, without any unreasonable delay, and without any

such preference or advantage, or prejudice or disadvantage, as CAP. XXXI.

aforesaid, and so that no obstruction may be offered to the An Act for the better Regulation of the Traffic on Railways public desirous of using such railways or canals or railways and and Canals.

[10th July, 1854.] canals as a continuous line of communication, and so that all Sect. 1. Board of Trade :" " Traffic:" " Railway:" " Ca- reasonable accommodation may, by means of the railways and nal:"? " Company.Stations.

canals of the several companies, be at all times afforded to the 2. Duty of Railway Companies to make Arrangements public in that behalf.

for receiving and forwarding Traffic, without un. 3. It shall be lawful for any company or person complaining reasonable Delay, and without Partiality.

against any such companies or company of anything done or 3. Parties complaining that reasonable Facilities for of any omission made, in violation or contravention of this act,

forwarding Traffic, &c. are withheld, may apply to apply in a summary way, by motion or summons, in Eng.

by Motion or Summons to the Superior Courts. land to her Majesty's Court of Common Pleas at Westminster, 4. Judges may make such Regulations as may be neces. or in Ireland to any of her Majesty's superior Courts in Dubsary for Proceedings under this Act.

lin, or in Scotland to the Court of Session in Scotland, as the 5. Court or Judge may order a Rehearing.

case may be, or to any judge of any such court; and upon the 6. Mode of proceeding under this Act.

certificate to her Majesty's Attorney-General in England or 7. Company to be liable for Neglect or Default in the Ireland, or her Majesty's Lord Advocate in Scotland, of the

Carriage of Goods, notwithstanding Notice to the Board of Trade, alleging any such violation or contravention contrary. Company not to be liable beyond a this act by any such companies or company, it shall also be lawful for the said Attorney-General or Lord Advocate to apply clared to be null and void : provided always, that nothing in like manner to any such court or judge, and in either of herein contained shall be construed to prevent the said comsuch cases it shall be lawful for such court or judge to bear and panies from making such conditions with respect to the redetermine the matter of such complaint; and for that purpose, ceiving, forwarding, and delivering of any of the said animals, if such court or judge shall think fit, to direct and prosecute, articles, goods, or things as shall be adjudged by the court or in such mode and by such engineers, barristers, or other per judge before whom any question relating thereto shall be tried sons as they shall think proper, all such inquiries as may be to be just and reasonable : provided always, that no greater deemed necessary to enable such court or judge to form a just damages shall be recovered for the loss of or for any injury judgment on the matter of such complaint; and if it be made done to any of such animals beyond the sums hereinafter mento appear to such court or judge on such hearing, or on the tioned ; (that is to say), for any horse, 501.; for any neat cattle, report of any such person, that anything has been done, or per head, 15l.; for any sheep or pigs, per head, 21. ; unless omission made, in violation or contravention of this act, by the person sending or delivering the same to such company such company or companies, it shall be lawful for such court shall, at the time of such delivery, have declared them to be or judge to issue a writ of injunction or interdict, restraining respectively of higher value than as above mentioned, in which such company or companies from further continuing such rio- case it shall be lawful for such company to demand and receive, lation or contravention of this act, and enjoining obedience to by way of compensation for the increased risk and care thereby the same; and in case of disobedience of any such writ of in occasioned, a reasonable per-centage upon the excess of the value junction or interdict it shall be lawful for such court or judge so declared above the respective sums so limited as aforesaid, to order that a writ or writs of attachment, or any other pro- and which shall be paid in addition to the ordinary rate of cess of such court incident or applicable to writs of injunction charge; and such per-centage or increased rate of charge shall or interdict, shall issue against any one or more of the directors be notified in the manner prescribed in the stat. 11 Geo. 4 & of any company, or against any owner, lessee, contractor, or 1 Will. 4, c. 68, and shall be binding upon such company in other person, failing to obey such writ of injunction or interdict; the manner therein mentioned : provided also, that the proof and such court or judge may also, if they or he shall think fit, of the value of such animals, articles, goods, and things, and make an order directing the payment by any one or more of the amount of the injury done thereto, shall in all cases lie such companies of such sum of money as such court or judge upon the person claiming compensation for such loss or injury: shall determine, not exceeding for each company the sum of provided also, that no special contract between such company 2001. for every day, after a day to be named in the order, that and any other parties respecting the receiving, forwarding, or such company or companies shall fail to obey such injunction delivering of any animals, articles, goods, or things as aforeor interdict ; and such monies shall be payable as the court or said, shall be binding upon or affect any party unless the same judge may direct, either to the party complaining, or into court, be signed by him or by the person delivering such animals, to abide the ultimate decision of the court, or to her Majesty, articles, goods, or things respectively for carriage : provided and payment thereof may, without prejudice to any other mode also, that nothing herein contained shall alter or affect the of recovering the same, be enforced by attachment or order in rights, privileges, or liabilities of any such company under the the nature of a writ of execution, in like manner as if the same said act of the 11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4, c. 68, with respect to had been recovered by decree or judgment in any superior articles of the descriptions mentioned in the said act. court at Westminster or Dublin, in England or Ireland, and in 8. This act may be cited for all purposes as “ The Railway Scotland by such diligence as competent on an extracted de- and Canal Traffic Act, 1854." cree of the Court of Session ; and in any such proceeding as aforesaid such court or judge may order and determine that all

(To be continued). or any costs thereof or thereon incurred shall and may be paid by or to the one party or the other, as such court or judge shall

London azettes. think fit; and it shall be lawful for any such engineer, barris. ter, or other person, if directed so to do by such court or judge, to receive evidence on oath relating to the matter of any such

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. inquiry, and to administer such oath.

BANKRUPTS. 4. It shall be lawful for the said Court of Common Pleas at HENRY KNAPP, late of Cirencester-place, New-road, but Westminster, or any three of the judges thereof, of whom the Chief Justice shall be one, and it shall be lawful for the said

now of Chelsea, Middlesex, builder, Aug. 31 and Oct. 4 at Courts in Dublin, or any nine of the judges thereof, of whom

1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sol. the Lord Chancellor, the Master of the Rolls, the Lords Chief

Huson, 7, Ironmonger-lane.-Petition filed Aug. 16. Justice of the Queen's Bench and Common Pleas, and the THOMAS MARSOM,, Finsbury, London, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, shall be five, from time to

dealer in horses, dealer and chapman, Sept. 4 at half-past time to make all such general rules and orders as to the forms

11, and Oct. 11 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. of proceedings and process, and all other matters and things

Ass. Johnson ; Sols. Smith & Son, 6, Barnard's-inn.

Petition filed Aug. 18. touching the practice and otherwise in carrying this act into execution before such courts and judges, as they may think fit, SIDNEY MILNES HAWKES, Anchor Brewery, Brittenin England or Ireland, and in Scotland it shall be lawful for

street, Chelsea, Middlesex, brewer, dealer and chapman, the Court of Session to make such acts of sederunt for the like

Sept. 4 at 12, and Sept. 30 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy,

London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Marten & Co., 31 and purpose as they shall think fit.

35, Commercial Sale.rooms, Mincing-lane. - Petition filed 5. Upon the application of any party aggrieved by the order made upon any such motion or summons as aforesaid, it shall SAMUEL HELBERT ELLIS the younger, Stock Exchange,

Aug. 5. be lawful for the court or judge by whom such order was made to direct, if they think it so to do, such motion or application

London, dealer in stocks and shares, dealer and chapman,

Sept. 2 at 1, and Sept. 30 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, on summons to be reheard before such court or judge, and upon

London : Off. Ass. Cannan ; Sol. Eady, 15, Hatton. such rehearing to rescind or vary such order.

garden.-Petition filed Aug. 15. 6. No proceeding shall be taken for any violation or contra- HĚNRY ALFRED MATHEWS, Camberwell-green, Cam. vention of the above enactments, except in the manner herein berwell, Surrey, boarding house keeper, victualler, dealer provided; but nothing herein contained shall take away or di. and chapman, Aug. 26 at 12, and Sept. 27 at 1, Court of minish any rights, remedies, or privileges of any person or Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld ; Sols. Wilkin. company against any railway or canal or railway and canal

son & Co., 2, Nicholas-lane, City.-Petition filed Aug. 16. company under the existing law.

GEORGE THOMAS CHANTRY, Birmingham, paper box 7. Every such company as aforesaid shall be liable for the manufacturer, Sept. 1 at 12, and Sept. 28 at 10, District loss of or for any injury done to any horses, cattle, or other Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Whitmore; animals, or to any articles, goods, or things, in the receiving, Sol. Standbridge, Birmingham.--Petition dated Aug. 16. forwarding, or delivering thereof, occasioned by the neglect or SAMUEL ROUTLEDGE, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, dyer, default of such company or its servants, notwithstanding any dealer and chapman, Sept. 4 and Oct. 5 at 11, District notice, condition, or declaration made and given by such com. Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. Floyd pany contrary thereto, or in anywise limiting such liability, & Son, Huddersfield; Bond & Barwick, Leeds. -Petition every such notice, condition, or declaration being hereby de. dated Aug. 15.

ROBERT TRIPP, St. Michael's-chambers, St. Michael's. Manchester, pawnbroker, No. 78,410; T. Lomas, assignee.

alley, Cornbill, London, and Hereford-road, Bayswater, Charles Whitehead, Preston, out of business, No. 78,429 ; Middlesex, (but a prisoner for debt in the Queen's Prison), John T. Blackhurst, assignee.- George Cook, Salford, wheel. dealer in railway and mining shares, dealer and chapman, wright, No. 78,266 ; R. E. Bibby, assignee. - Thomas Lan. Aug. 28 at half-past 12, and Sept. 26 at 12, Court of Bank. cashire, Newton Heath, near Manchester, out of business, ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Edwards; Sols. Goddard & No. 78,426 ; John Abbot, assignee.

Eyre, 101, Wood-street, Cheapside.- Petition filed Aug. 4. HENRY BREWER, Ross, Herefordshire, innkeeper and The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before victualler, dealer and chapman, Aug. 29 and Sept. 26 at

a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and dealt 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Miller ;

with according to the Statute:Sol. Wilkes, Gloucester.- Petition filed Aug. 5.

At the County Court of Lancashire, at MANCHESTER, HENRY SCARLETT, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, common

Sept. I at 11. brewer, dealer and chapman, Aug. 28 at 12, and Oct. 5 at 11, Alice Clark, widow, Manchester, out of business.- Mary. District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. Ann Ainscow, widow, Hindley, near Wigan, out of business. J. & W. Sykes, Huddersfield ; Bond & Barwick, Leeds.- - James Scott, Blackburn, retail dealer in ale.-G. Sherlock, Petition dated Aug. 16.

Hulme, Manchester, joiner.John Carr, Manchester, butcher. THOMAS DEANS, Blackburn, Lancashire, draper, dealer Robert Ferguson, Liverpool, plumber. - Robert Jones,

and chapman, Sept. 1 and 30 at 12, District Court of Bank. Salford, out of business.- Joseph Bonehill, Hulme, Manchesruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hernaman ; Sols. Cobbett ter, out of business.—Thomas Penk, Manchester, grocer.-S. & Wheeler, Manchester.-Petition filed Aug. 8.

Whiteley, Salford, out of business. --Thomas Lord, Todmor. MEETINGS.

den, schoolmaster.-John Lord, Rochdale, out of business.J. Milligan, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Manchester, draper, S. Lord, Burnley, out of business.-W. Irlam, Manchester, Aug. 30 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, out of business. ---J. Sharrod, Rock Ferry, near Liverpool, ont ch. ass. Henry Hartley, Trawdon, near Colne, Lancashire, of business.-W. Gowanlock, Little Bolton, Bolton-le-Moors, cotton manufacturer, Aug. 28 at 12, District Court of Bank out of business.-J. J. Bradshaw, Stretford, out of business. raptcy, Manchester, last ex.— Benjamin Boothby the elder Heaton Norris, near Manchester, out of business.-J.


John Gowers the younger, Lancaster, joiner.-Isaac Sumner, and Benj. Boothby the younger, Nottingham, ironfounders, Gorton-brook,' near Manchester, out of business. Thomas Sept. 5 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, Dugelby, Little Bolton, Bolton-le-Moors, beerseller.-Wm. aud. ac.—William Henry Ludford, Gloucester, brushseller, Aug. 31 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, and. ac. Baker the elder, Manchester, bobbin turner.-Wm. Baker the Thomas Edwards, Newport, Monmouthshire, ironfounder, Manchester, baker.-'William Swindlehurst, Preston, out of

younger, Manchester, rag dealer.

Joseph Hodson, Hulme, Oct. 3 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, div.

business. —Joseph Bohanna, Manchester, out of business.CERTIFICATES.

Thomas C. Johnstone, Manchester, floor-cloth dealer.– Thos. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or Maddocks, Birkenhead, near Liverpool, baker.—Harry Ellis before the Day of Meeting.

Wartnaby, Birkenhead, Cheshire, bookkeeper.-C. Hopwood, Nathan Langlands, Dartford, Kent, grocer, Sept. 7 at 1, Manchester, milk seller.-James Driver, Manchester, grocer. Court of Bankruptcy, London.—Sir Edan Mackenzie, Bart., - Edward Beardsworth, Blackburn, hairdresser.-William St. Helen's-place, Bishopsgate-street, London, merchant, Oct. Kent, Oldham, beerseller. 4 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-T. Jones Burton and Al the County Court of Sussex, at LEWES, Sept. 5. Baker John Gabb, Wigmore-street, Cavendish-square, Mid

Thomas Brown, Hove, baker.John Stevens, Brighton, dlesex, church furnishers, Sept. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, builder. London.- George Stanley, Queen-street, London, and Bru. ton-street, Bond-street, Middlesex, fishing-tackle maker, Sept. At the County Court of Yorkshire, at SHEFFIELD, Sept. 6 21 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London. - Owen Evans, West

at 12. bourne-terrace, Hyde-park, Middlesex, surgeon, Sept. 8 at 2, Ann Barker, Shalesmoor, Sheffield, out of business. Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Samuel James Bird, Weston, At the County Court of Yorkshire, at KINGSTON-UPON. Bath, Somersetshire, brewer, Sept. 13 at 11, District Court of

Hull, Sept. 8. Bankruptcy, Bristol.-William Henry Turner, Brecon, inn. keeper, Sept. 12 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.

George Marjoram, Kingston-upon-Hull, out of business. - James Bowerman, Gloucester, common brewer, Sept. 12 at At the County Court of Lincolnshire, at LINCOLN, Sept. 19 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. - Richard Latham

at 12. the younger, Bristol, leather dealer, Sept. 12 at 11, District Wm. Buffam, Mablethorpe, out of business.–J. Armitage, Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-Samuel Walton, Macclesfield, Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire, corn porter. Cheshire, silk manufacturer, Sept. 13 at 12, District Court of


John Nicholson, Drury-lane, Middlesex, out of business : PETITION ANNULLED.

78. 5d. in the pound.-Edward Crook, Edgeworth, Lanca. Charles Mee, Bath, Berlin wool repository.

shire, labourer: 20s. in the pound.-Wm. Havelock, East PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED.

Teignmouth, Devonshire, gentleman : 28. 114d. (making lle. Wm. Hartcup and Edward Hobart Barlee, Bungay, Suf- ganshire, half-pay officer, Royal Marines : 9d. in the pound.

24d.) in the pound. - Frederick J. White, Bridgend, Glamorfolk, attornies and solicitors.

-Henry A. Hart, Lamb's Conduit-street, St. George-theINSOLVENT DEBTOR

Martyr, Middlesex, linendraper: 18. in the pound. - James Who has filed his Petition in the Court of Bankruptcy, Terry, Fox-place, Sandy-hili, Plumstead, Kent, baker : 28.

and has obtained an Interim Order for Protection from in the pound. Proce88.

Apply at the Provisional Assignee's Office, Portugal-street, Wm. Swain, Sheffield, Yorkshire, razor grinder, Sept. 6 at Lincoln's-inn, London, between the hours of 11 and 3. 12, County Court of Yorkshire, at Sheffield. County Court of Lancashire, at Lancaster. Assignees hade

TUESDAY, AUGUST 22. been appointed in the following Cases:

, BANKRUPTS. James Allen, Heaton Norris, near Manchester, out of bu- EBENEZER KEMPSTER, MACKENZIE GRIFFITHS, siness, No. 78,307; J. W. Owen, assignee.-Thos. Gibson, CORNELIUS PROUT NEWCOMBE, and FRANCIS Manchester, out of business, No. 78,334 ; Joseph W. Owen, THOMAS GRIFFITHS, Gracechurch-street, London, assignee.-B. Smith, Rushton, near Blackburn, licensed vice and Liverpool, shipowners and ship and insurance brokers, tualler, No. 77,543 ; Thos. Thwaites, assignee.-A. Pimblett, (carrying on business under the style and firm of Griffiths, Bolton-le-Moors, out of business, No. 77,827 ; Charles Hunt, Newcombe, & Co.), Aug. 30 at 1, and Sept. 27 at half-past assignee.-J. Gregson, Bolton-le-Moors, draper, No. 78,332; 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Graham; sols. Charles Skelton, assignee.-Thos. Kidd, Manchester, potato Lawrance & Co., Old Jewry-chambers, City. - Petition dealer, No. 78,338 ; V. B. Fletcher, assignee

.. Sutcliffe, filed Aug. 21.

JOHN M'CALLA and ALEXANDER FOTHERING- Manchester, merchant.Richard Gulston Wollaston, Bishop's

HAM, Friday-street, Cheapside, London, warehousemen Castle, Shropshire, surgeon.— Thos. Adkins, Bedworth, War. and commission agents, Aug. 30 and Sept. 27 at 2, Court wicksbire, grocer.—John Patterson, Atherstone, Warwick. of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Grabam; Sol. Murray, shire, market gardener. London-street, Fenchurch-street.- Petition filed Aug. 21.

PETITIONS ANNULLED. GEORGE PRINCE and JAMES PRINCE, Regent-street, and Carlton-street, Regent-street, Westminster, Middlesex, -- Frederick Miller, Newport, Essex, corn merchant. -Wm.

James Hart, Borough-road, Southwark, Surrey, engineer. wine and cigar merchants, dealers and chapmen, (proprie- Pilling, Manchester, publican. tors of the club called and known as Prince's Club), Aug. 30 and Sept. 27 at half-past 2, Court of Bankruptcy,

Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. London: Of. Ass. Stansfeld; Sol. Chidley, Gresham-street,

James Noble, Edinburgh, hotel keeper.-James M Nair, City. - Petition filed June 10.

Glasgow, temperance hotel keeper. GEORGE HAMMOND, King's-row, Walworth, Surrey,

INSOLVENT DEBTORS carpenter, builder, dealer and chapman, Aug. 30 at 1, and who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, Sept. 27 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London :

and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Of. Ass. Stansfeld ; Sol. Robinson, 29, Ironmonger-lane.

Process, - Petition filed Aug. 18. CHARLES HENRY TUGMAN and JAMES EVENS victualler, Sept. 12 at ii, County Court of Hampshire, at

Wm. Roberts, Bentley, near Alton, Hampshire, licensed TUGMAN, Great Tower-street, London, provision merchants, (trading under the style or firm of C. H. & J. E.

Alton.-Thos. Monck, Portsea, Southampton, dealer in pastry, Tugman), Sept. 7 at 2, and Oct. 9 at 1, Court of Bank: Sept. 8 at 11, County Court of Hampshire, at Portsmouth.ruptcy, London: Of. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Lawrance & Jesse Barton, Maidstone, Kent, printer, Sept. 5 at 12, County Co., 14, Old Jewry-chambers, Old Jewry.-Petition filed Court of Kent, at Maidstone.Isaac Jenner, Brighton, SusAug. 18.

sex, retailer of beer, Aug. 26 at 10, County Court of Sussex, THOMAS MAIN, late of King-street, Queen-street, South- hotel keeper, Oct. 5 at 11,

County Court of Lancashire, at

at Brighton.- John Kayley, Burnley, Lancashire, temperance wark-bridge-road, but now of Albert-street, Penton-place, Walworth, Surrey, engineer, Sept. 2 at half-past 1, and Burnley.--Henry Palmer, Gayton, Norfolk, farmer, Sept. 6 Oct. 9 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Tilney St. Lawrence, Norfolk, farmer, Sept. 6 at 3, County

at 3, County Court of Norfolk, at King's Lynn.-J. Andrews, Whitmore; Sol. Mote, 16, Thornhill-square, Islington.- Court of Norfolk, at King's Lynn.-George Sydney Davies,

Petition filed Aug. 9.
RICHARD BENCH, Birmingham, four dealer and baker, Sept. 7 at ii,

County Court of Brecknockshire, at Cricks

Tyr Berllau, Crickhowell, Brecknockshire, attorney-at-law, Sept. 4 and Oct. 2 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, howell.—John Salmon, St. Colomb Minor, Cornwall, out of Birmingham: Off. Ass. Christie ; Sol. Baker, Birmingham. business, Sept. 15 at 1, County Court of Cornwall, at St.

--Petition dated Aug. 18.
HENRY WILSON, Old Swindon, Wiltshire, grocer, cheese-

Colomb Major. monger, bacon factor, dealer and chapman, Sept. 5 and

Saturday, Aug. 19. Oct. 3 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Assignees have been appointed in the following Cases. Fur. Ass. Acraman; Sols. Haines & Son, Farringdon, Berkshire;

ther particulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal. Bevan & Girling, Bristol.- Petition filed Aug. 18.

street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the BENJAMIN SMITH, Kildwick, Yorkshire, worsted spinner

Case. and manufacturer, Sept. 5 at 12, and Oct. 3 at 11, District John Wood, Liverpool, watchmaker, No. 78,181 C.; Chas. Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off

. Ass. Hope ; Sols. Taylor, Critchley, assignee.--John Barnes, Walmer, Kent, sutler, No. Bradford ; Blackburn, Leeds.-Petition dated Aug. 12. 78,229 C. ; Samuel Rogers, assignee.- Joseph Green, Shef. ALEXANDER SMITH, Liverpool, merchant, dealer and field, butter factor, No. 78,243 C.; William Bishop, assignee.

chapman, Sept. 4 and 27 at 11, District Court of Bank-Joseph Hardmeat, King's Lynn, Norfolk, ironmonger, No. raptcy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Cazenove; Sols. Duncan & | 78,441 C.; Henry Bradfield Plowright, assignee.--D. WoodCo., Liverpool.-Petition filed Aug. 15.

head, Hulme, Manchester, out of business, No. 77,773 C.; HUGH BROWN, Liverpool, merchant, Sept. 1 and 29 at James Smith and Abraham Littlewood, assignees. Jas. Sut11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. cliffe, Manchester, provision-shop keeper, No. 78,410 C.; Turner; Sols. Harvey & Co., Liverpool.-Petition filed Thomas Lomas, assignee. Aug. 17.

Saturday, Aug. 19.

Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee Samuel Barnes, Oldham, Lancashire, machine maker,

the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:Sept. 7 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester,

(On their own Petitions). last ex.-Joshua Crowther and Wm. Dickinson the younger, Manchester, Manchester warehousemen, Sept. 4 at 12, Dis

Henry Edw. Young, Brentwood, Essex, licensed victualler: trict Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ex.- Frederick in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-Robt. Jas. Dimsdale, King's Arms-yard, Coleman-st., London, dealer in Pearson, St. John's-square, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, tassel iron, Sept. 6 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. manufacturer : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middle

- Josiah Bowrin, Walsall, Staffordshire, currier, Sept. 28 at sex.-Wm. Dolden, Roadside, Mile-end, Middlesex, shoe10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. ; Oct. maker : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.5 at 12, div.

Joseph Boycot, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, Frederick Waller Prince, Caroline-place, Hampstead-road, draper, Sept. 15 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir? Middlesex, gunmaker : in the Queen's Prison.-G. Glenny, mingham, fin. div.

Dungannon-house, Walham-green, Middlesex, landscape gar. CERTIFICATES.

dener: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.--J.

Falkner, Manchester, butter dealer: in the Gaol of Lancaster. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before the Day of Meeting.

- George Rusling, Manchester, out of business : in the Gaol

of Lancaster.-Joseph Hodson, Manchester, baker : in the Thomas Bray, Chelmsford, Essex, architect, Sept. 14 at 12, Gaol of Lancaster. --John James Bradshaw, Stretford, near Court of Bankruptcy, London.---Thos. Clements, St. Helen's, Manchester, out of business : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-J. Lancashire, grocer, Sept. 15 at 11, District Court of Bank- Allen, Gorton Brook, near Manchester, out of business : in ruptcy, Liverpool.- Jeremiah Billingham and Jesse Bil- the Gaol of Lancaster.— William Gowanlock, Little Bolton, lingham, Cradley Heath, Staffordshire, chain makers, Oct. 12 Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, out of business : in the Gaol of at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-J. Adams, Lancaster. - Thomas Lord, Todmorden, Lancashire, out of Longton, Staffordshire, china manufacturer, Oct. 12 at 10, business : in the Gaol of Lancaster.John Lord, Rochdale, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.

Lancashire, out of business : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-John To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. Gowers the younger, Lancaster, joiner : in the Gaol of Lan. George Butler, Nicholas-lane, Lombard-st., London, auc- caster.- Wm. Irlam, Manchester, calenderer: in the Gaol of tioneer.- John Harrison, Sunderland, Durham, licensed vic- Lancaster.- Simeon Lord, Fulledge Meadow, Burnley, Lantualler.John Sagar, Birkenhead, Cheshire, brewer.-Crosby cashire, out of business : in the Gaol of Lancaster. -Joseph Leighton, Liverpool, grocer.- Thomas Carey Willard Pierce, Sharrod, Rock Ferry, near Liverpool, out of business: in the

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