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No.921-VOL. XVIII. SEPTEMBER 2, 1854.
NAMES OF THE CASES REPORTED IN THIS NUMBER.
VICE-CHANCELLOR Wood's Court.
Mountain v. Young:-(Will Construction) ........ 769 tions-Adverse Possession—Equity)..
Boyse v. Cokell.-(Practice - Production of Docu. COURT OF APPEAL IN CHANCERY.
ments-Waiver of Exceptions to Answer)........ 770 Es parte Thornthwaite, in re Pickering.–(Award- Anon.-(Infant Defendant out of Jurisdiction-Guar. Judgment signed upon, and entered up afler, Act
dian ad litem ought to be within the Jurisdiction) 770 of Bankruptcy committed by Defendant- Proof upon, admitted)
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.
Reg. v. Powell.- (Corporation—" Mercers' Company'' Wilson 0. Lady Dunsany.—(Administration Suit
-Usage — Presumption of Bye-law-Election of Priorities- Foreclosure Decree in Ireland - Fo.
Wardens-Court of Assistants-Select and selfreign Judgment-Conflict of Laws) 762 elected Body of Electors)
771 Padwick o. Hurst.—(Mutual Accounts— Complicated Churchill o. Siggers.—(Ca. Sa.-False Indorsement Accounts—General Allegation, Bill-Demurrer) 763 on Warrant – Injury and Damage)
773 VICE-CHANCELLOR KINDERSLEY's Court. Bishop o. Jersey.—(Bankers—Partner—Fraud) .... 765
Court of Common PLEAS.
Buckland o. Johnson.-(Judgment recovered in TroDollond o. Johnson. - (Administration - Judgment
ver, when a Bar to Money had and received Creditor-Priority of Payment-Diligence) .... 767
775 Wickham 0. Gatrill.-(Misappropriation of Munies by Bankers' Clerk-Felonious Act-Discovery after
COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
768 (Stamp Duty-Goodwill of Trade-Transfer) 778
LONDON, SEPTEMBER 2, 1854. pered by many formal and conventional difficulties.
At the common law, it seems clear, that a party will The Common-law Amendment Act, recently passed, now be able to sue for damages, or, in the alternative, makes a further and wider step towards the amalgama- for, in effect, specific performance, wherever specific tion of law and equity than anything yet attempted. performance is rationally practicable; and that he will There are some things in which the act makes courts obtain whichever he desires, assuming him to shew of common law more equitable than equity itself, and ground for the relief that he seeks. gives them powers of racking the conscience, at the The 79th, 80th, 81st, and 82nd clauses give to bare mention of which a few years ago an equity Courts of law the entire jurisdiction by injunction, judge would have stood aghast, and the existence of hitherto exclusively possessed by Courts of equity. which a pure common-law judge would have deemed As we understand these clauses, in almost every imaimpossible, and if possible, fatal to the constitution. ginable case in which a plaintiff, claiming a legal right,
By the 51st section, for instance, a defendant may, might have filed a bill and moved for an injunction, in support of his plea, deliver written interrogatories he may now do so at law, in the action brought to try to the plaintiff, requiring discovery, which the plaintiff the legal right. Waste, patent, copyright, nuisance, must answer, as an old Chancery defendant was bound breach of contract—these, and others, in which bills to answer the bill.
were filed, and injunctions asked, to protect the right or Again: by the 48th section, any person who, in a property, pending the inquiry into the legal right, will proceeding which may be made by affidavits, refuses to be cases in which, the action being brought to try the make an affidavit, may be compelled to appear, and right, an injunction may be moved for at common law. be examined as a witness, either before the Court or No doubt, in applying this new jurisdiction, the before a Master of the court.
Courts of law will pay great respect to, and probably The two subjects, however, on which the great step follow, the principles on which it has been hitherto adtowards amalgamation has been made, are the action of ministered in equity; but that, so far from making the mandamus, and the pleading of equitable defences. In step less a step towards amalgamation, will only make any action, except replevin and ejectment, the plaintiff it more so. at law nay have a writ of mandamus commanding the Next comes the 83rd section, which in certain actions defendant to fulfil any duty in the fulfilment of which authorises defence on equitable grounds—that is, in any, the plaintiff is personally interested. This, if liberally case in which, “if judgment were obtained, be (the construed, will go far beyond the bill for specific per- party) would be entitled to relief against such gadg; formance, which, as equity practitioners know, is ham- ment on equitable grounds." Vol. XVIII.
This is, in fact, an investiture of Courts of common distinction, or whether he is merely desirous of obtainlaw with a vast equitable jurisdiction-a jurisdiction ing a certificate preliminary to a call to the Bar. strictly and literally equitable, because it is only to The examination will commence on Monday, the arise in cases where relief could before be obtained in 30th day of October next, and will be continued on the equity, against the judgment at law; consequently the Tuesday and Wednesday following. Court of law will be bound, before it acts on the equita- It will take place in the Benchers' Reading-room ble defence, to determine, on the principles of equity of Lincoln's-inn; and the doors will be closed ten and the authorities recognised by Courts of equity, minutes after the time appointed for the commencewhether such a defence would have induced a Court of ment of the examination. equity to act, to deprive the party having the judgment, The examination by printed questions will be conof the benefit of it.
ducted in the following order:For a time, at least, some additional labour, in the
Monday morning, the 30th October, at half-past way of legal study, will be cast upon the gentlemen nine, on Constitutional Law and Legal History; who shall practise at the common law, or, what is still
in the afternoon, at half-past one, on Equity. more probable, equity men will be imported to assist in
Tuesday morning, the 31st October, at half-past arguing equitable common-law causes, if we may ven- nine, on Common Law; in the afternoon, at ture on the expression, just as common-law counsel are
half-past one, on the Law of Real Property, &c. now occasionally imported in the courts of equity and
Wednesday morning, the 1st November, at halfthe examiner's office to examine witnesses. Thus
past nine, on Jurisprudence and the Civil Law; fusion has commenced, and no one can venture to pre- in the afternoon, at half-past one, a paper will dict that there will in a few years be more than one
be given to the students including questions general Bar—at least, as far as regards juniors.
bearing upon all the foregoing subjects of exaWe are not here to discuss the advantage or pro
mination. priety of the change ; it seems a fait accompli; and
The oral examination will be conducted in the same valeat quantum, the change must and will take place.
order, during the same hours, and on the same subjects,
as those already marked out for the examination by PUBLIC EXAMINATION.-Mich. TERM, 1854. printed questions, except that on Wednesday afternoon
there will be no oral examination.
The oral examination of each student will be conThe Council of Legal Education have approved of ducted apart from the other students; and the character the following rules for the public examination of the of that examination will vary, according as the student students. The attention of the students is requested to the fol- simply to obtain a certificate.
is a candidate for honours or a studentship, or desires lowing rules of the Inns of Court:
The oral examination and printed questions will be “As an inducement to students to propose themselves founded on the books below mentioned, regard being for examination, studentships shall be founded of fifty had, however, to the particular object with a view to guineas per annuni each, to continue for a period of which the student presents himself for examination. three years, and one such studentship shall be conferred
In determining the question, whether a student has on the most distinguished student at each public exa- passed the examination in such a manner as to entitle mination; and further, the examiners shall select and him to be called to the Bar, the examiners will princertify the names of three other students who shall cipally have regard to the general knowledge of law have passed the next best examinations, and the Inns of and jurisprudence which he has displayed. Court to which such students belong may, if desired, A student may present himself at any number of dispense with any terms, not exceeding two, that may examinations, until he shall have obtained a certificate. remain to be kept by such students previously to their Any student who shall obtain a certificate may prebeing called to the Bar. Provided that the examiners sent himself a second time for examination as a candishall not be obliged to confer or grant any studentship date for the studentship, but only at one of the three or certificate unless they shall be of opinion that the examinations immediately succeeding that at which he examination of the students they select has been such shall have obtained such certificate; provided, that if as entitles them thereto."
any student so presenting himself shall not succeed in “At every call to the Bar those students who have obtaining the studentship, his name shall not appear in passed a public examination, and either obtained a the list. studentship or a certificate of honour, shall take rank
Students who have kept more than eleven terms in seniority over all other students who shall be called shall not be admitted to an examination for the on the same day.”
studentship “ No student shall be eligible to be called to the Bar who shall not either have attended during one whole
The READER on CONSTITUTIONAL Law and LEGAL year the lectures of two of the Readers, or have satis- History will expect all students to answer any general factorily passed a public examination.”
questions relating to the History of England, and to
know the outlines of Constitutional Law. RULES FOR THE PUBLIC EXAMINATION OF CANDIDATES The candidates for distinction will be expected to
FOR HONOURS, OR CERTIFICATES ENTITLING STUDENTS know the progress of our institutions, and the changes TO BE CALLED TO THE BAR.
of our Constitutional Government. They will be partiAn examination will be held in next Michaelmas cularly examined as to the struggles in the Reigns of Term, to which a student of any of the Inns of Court, Edward III and Richard II; to give an account of the who is desirous of becoming a candidate for a student- remarkable State Trials down to the end of Queen ship or honours, or of obtaining a certificate of fitness Anne; and to be thoroughly and minutely conversant for being called to the Bar, will be admissible. with the History of the Reigns of Henry VIII, Eliza
Each student proposing to submit himself for exa- beth, the House of Stuart, and William Ill. mination will be required to enter his name at the Books for the ordinary examination will be Rapin, treasurer's office of the Inn of Court to which he be- Hallam, Creasy on the Constitution, and Sullivan's longs on or before Monday, the 23rd day of October | Lectures. next; and he will further be required to state in writing Those for candidates for distinction will be the State whether his object in offering himself for examination Trials, Parliamentary History, Clarendon, Burnet
, is to compete for a studentship or other honourable | Millar, Rapin, Tindal, and Blackstone's Commentaries.
The READER on Equity proposes to examine in the 4. The Law relating to Homicide and to Simple following books:
Larceny, (Arch. Cr. Pl., 12th ed.) 1. Smith's Manual of Equity Jurisprudence; Fon- Candidates for honours will be examined in all the blanque on Equity, vol. 1 ; the Act for the Improve above-mentioned subjects. ment of Equity Jurisdiction, 15 & 16 Vict. c. 86. Candidates for a certificate will be examined in the
2. Mitford on Pleadings in the Court of Chancery; 2nd and 4th only of the above subjects. White & Tudor's Leading Cases, (with the Notes),
By order of the Council, vols. 1 and 2; Pothier on Partnership, by Tudor.
EDWARD Ryan, Chairman pro tem. Candidates for certificates of fitness to be called to the Bar will be expected to be well acquainted with
Council Chamber, Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 2, 1854. the books mentioned in the first of the above classes. Candidates for a studentship or honours will be exa
London Gazettes. mined in the books mentioned in the two classes. The READER on the Law of REAL PROPERTY proposes
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. to examine in the following books and subjects:
BANKRUPTS. 1. Williams-Real Property ; Stephen-Commen- NICOLAS MASON DAY and JOHN TURNER, Bun. taries, vol. 1; Sugden-Powers, vol. 1.
hill-row, Middlesex, machine makers, engineers, dealers 2. The Practice of Conveyancing, with reference to and chapmen, Sept. 7 and Oct. 11 at 11, Court of Bankthe framing of Purchase Deeds, Mortgages, and Settle- ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. West, 3, Charments.
lotte-row, Mansion House.--Petition filed Aug. 21. 3. The Statutory Rules of Construction laid down ADAM HUNTER, Woodstock and Oxford, Oxfordshire, by 1 Vict. c. 26.
draper and tea dealer, dealer and chapman, Sept. 2 and 4. The Liability of Purchasers to see to the Appli- Oct. 9 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. cation of the Purchase Money.
Cannan ; Sol. Billing, 33, King-street, Cheapside.- Petition 5. The Law of Judgments with reference to Real
filed Aug. 7. Estate, 1 & 2 Vict. c. 110; 2 & 3 Vict. c. 11; 3 & 4 JOHN JOSEPH WHITING, Cambridge, apothecary, dealer Vict. c. 82.
and chapman, Sept. 4 at 11, and Oct. 13 at 12, Court of Candidates for a studentship or other honorary dis
Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Wilkin,
3, Furnival's-inn, Holborn.-Petition filed Aug. 22. tinction will be examined in all the foregoing books JAMES NESBITT, Albion-place, Blackfriars-bridge, Surand subjects. Candidates for a certificate will be exa
rey, manufaeturer of manties, children's dresses, robes, mined in 1 and 2.
embroidery, draper, dealer and chapman, Sept. 4 at half. The READER on JURISPRUDENCE and the Civil Law past 11, and Oct. 13 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : proposes to examine in the following books and sub- Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sol. Jones, 15, Sise-lane, London.
Petition filed Aug. 15. jects:
1. The Roman Law of Persons: of Real, Verbal, JOHN MILNER, Devonshire-street, St. Peter's, Islington, and Consensual Contracts. The modern Commenta
Middlesex, stock and share broker, commission agent,
dealer and chapman, Sept. 4 and Oct. 13 at half-past 11, ries employed may be the Institutiones or Commen
Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Cannan ; Sols. tarii Juris Romani Privati of Warnkönig.
Lawrance & Co., 14, Old Jewry-chambers, Old Jewry.2. Grotius on the Natural Obligations arising from Petition filed Aug. 22. Ownership, Promises, Contracts, and Oaths; De Jure WILLIAM FLEXMAN the younger, High-street, KensingBelli et Pacis, lib. ii, cc. 10, 11, 12, 13, (Whewell's ton, Middlesex, corn and seed merchant, dealer and chaped., vol. 2, pp. 18 et seq.)
man, (trading there in partnership with Arthur Henry Cox, 3. Dig., lib. 1, tit. 16, 17; De Verborum Significa- who has been lately
adjudged bankrupt, under the style or tione; De Regulis Juris.
firm of Flexman & Cox), Sept. 6 at 1, and Oct. 3 at half4. Kent's Commentaries—Law of Nations, Lectures past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Edwards ; III, IV, and VI. The subjects of these Lectures must
Sols. J. & J. H. Linklater, 17, Sise-lane, Bucklersbury, be considered in connexion with the modifications in
London.-Petition filed Aug. 15.
SAMUEL HORTON, Portman-place, Edgeware-road, Mid. troduced into the General International Law by the
dlesex, builder, dealer and chapman, Sept. 11 at 1, and practice of the present War. (Hazlitt & Roche's
Oct. 14 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Manual of Maritime Warfare, Appendix).
Nicholson ; Sols. J. & J. H. Linklater, 17, Sise-lane, 5. Story's Conflict of Laws, c. 17.
Bucklersbury, London.- Petition filed Aug. 23. Candidates for distinction will be examined in all JOSEPH WINDLE COLE, Birchin-lane, London, mer. the foregoing books and subjects.
chant, (carrying on business there under the style or firm Candidates for a certificate will be examined in 5; in of Cole, Brothers), Sept. 6 at 2, and Oct. 6 at 1, Court of 2, so far as regards chapters 11 and 12; and in 1, so far Bankruptcy, London: Off, Ass. Graham ; Sols. J. & J. H. as the subjects there indicated are discussed in San- Linklater, 17, Sise-lane, City.-Petition filed Aug. 14. dars's edition of the Institutes of Justinian, and in CHARLES HEYNE, St. Benet's-place, Gracechurch-street, Cumin's edition of Lagrange's Manual.
London, broker, dealer and chapman, Sept. 6 at half-past
2, and Oct. 6 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off, The READER on Common Law proposes to examine Ass. Graham; Sol. Burrell, 1, White Hart-court, Lomin the following books and subjects:
bard-street. -Petition filed Aug. 24. 1. The ordinary steps in an Action at Law, particu- JAMES WRIGHT, late of King's Lynn, Norfolk, but now larly the Practice connected with the Writ of Sum- of Rood-lane, London, shipowner, dealer and chapman, mons—the Appearance—the Joinder of Parties, and of Sept. 6 and Oct. 12 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Causes of Action. (Com. L. Proc. Act, 1852, ss. 1-41 Off. Ass. Graham ; Sol. Wilkin, 3, Furnival's-inn, Holborn. inclusive)
-Petition filed Aug. 25. 2. The Elements of the Laws relating to Contracts JOHN. PATERSON WATERSON, Alexander-terrace, not under Seal, together with the cases of Lampleigh
Westbourne-park-road, Paddington, Middlesex, builder, v. Brathwait and Marriot v. Hampton, and the Notes
dealer and chapman, Sept. 6 at half-past 1, and Oct. 6 at thereto, (Smith's L. C., 3rd ed.)
12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Graham ; 3. Rights and Remedies ex Delicto, so far as illus- JOHN CLARKE, Belvedere-road, Lambeth, Surrey, late of
Sol. Chauntler, 8, Gray's-inn-sq.--Petition filed Aug. 18. trated by the following Leading Cases :- Armory v.
Upper Area, Hungerford-market, Middlesex, butcher, Sept. Delamirie, Ashby v. White, Scott v. Shepherd, and Mer- 6 at half-past 2, and Oct. 6 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, ryroeather v. Nizon, with the Notes thereto, (Smith's London : Of. Ass. Stansfeld; Sol. Pearce, 8, Giltspur-st. L. C., 3rd ed.)
-Petition filed Aug. 23.
GEORGE WEBB, Shoreditch, Middlesex, cheesemonger,
INSOLVENT DEBTORS dealer and chapman, Sept. 6 at 1, and Oct. 6 at half.past who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld; Sols. Ashurst & Co., 6, Old Jewry.- Petition filed Aug. 19.
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from CHARLES GROVE, Birmingham, licensed victualler, dealer
Process. and chapman, Sept. 4 and Oct. 2 at 10, District Court John Wynne Pritchard, Walton-on-the-Hill, Lancashire, of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Of. Ass. Bittleston; Sols. plumber, Sept. 25 at 10, County Court of Lancashire, at Payn, Birmingham; Hodgson, Birmingham.-Petition dated Liverpool. Thos. Haynes, Cumner, Berkshire, in no busiAug. 12.
ness, Sept. 8 at 10, County Court of Oxfordshire, at Oxford. WILLIAM ALDER VINCENT, Wolverhampton, Stafford - Charles Bayne Chadwell, Oxford, cutler, Sept. 8 at 10,
shire, printer, bookseller, and stationer, Sept. 6 and Oct. 11 County Court of Oxfordshire, at Oxford. — Richard Cor. at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off. ringham, Canterbury, Kent, working jeweller, Sept. 6 at 11, Ass. Bittleston ; Sols. Bolton, Wolverhampton; E. & H. County Court of Kent, at Canterbury.-Thos. Wood, WorWright, Birmingham.-Petition dated Aug. 19.
cester, livery-stable keeper, Sept. 19 at 10, County Court of JOHN CHAPLIN and ROBERT WIGLEY, Leicester, Worcestershire, at Droitwich.-Mary M Iver, Newcastle
Leicestershire, curriers, leather cutters, and boot and shoe upon-Tyne, shoemaker, Sept. 14 at 10, County Court of manufacturers, Sept. 5 and Oct. 3 at 10, District Court of Northumberland, at Newcastle-upon-Tyne.- Ralph Taylor, Bankruptcy, Nottingham : Off. Ass. Harris; Sol. Hodgson. Lincoln, cabinet maker, Sept. 19 at 12, County Court of -Petition dated Aug. 24.
Lincolnshire, at Lincoln. - John Sharpe, Potterhanworth, WILLIAM WALLER the younger, Chesterfield, Derbs. Lincolnshire, shoemaker, Sept. 19 at 12, County Court of
shire, ironfounder, (trading under the style or firm of Wil. Lincolnshire, at Lincoln.- Isaac Harrison, Settle, Yorkshire, liam Waller & Co.), Sept. 9 and Oct. 14 at 12, District grocer, Sept. 7 at 12, County Court of Yorkshire, at Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Brewin; Sol. -Benjamin Greening, Bristol, watchmaker, Aug. 31 at half. Fernell, Sheffield.-Petition dated Aug. 7.
past 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.- Jane HOWARD BUSBY FOX, Liverpool, metal broker, dealer Lambert, Bristol, milliner, Aug. 31 at half-past 10, County
and chapman, Sept. 4 and 27 at 11, District Court of Bank. Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.-Geo. Barker, Bristol,
ruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Morgan ; Sols. Anderson & jobbing mason, Aug. 31 at half-past 10, County Court of · Collins, Liverpool.- Petition filed Aug. 23.
Gloucestershire, at Bristol.--Henry Vinall, Chatham, Kent, JOSEPH ROBINSON, Nantwich, Cheshire, brazier, tin clerk in her Majesty's Dockyard, Sept. 7 at 10, County Court
man, dealer and chapman, Sept. 7 and 29 at 11, District of Kent, at Rochester.— Charles Nichols, Southampton, reCourt of Bankruptcy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Bird; Sol. tailer of beer, Sept. 5 at 10, County Court of Hampshire, at Reece, Birmingham.-Petition filed Aug. 8.
Southampton.-J. Bolingbroke, Kingston-upon-Hull, patten MEETINGS.
maker, Sept. 8 at 10, County Court of Yorksbire, at KingstonAlfred Knight, Wood-st., Cheapside, London, worsted yarn apon-Hall.-J. Morra, Exeter, bailiff, Sept. 12 at 10, County manufacturer, Sept. 25 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, Court of Devonshire, at Exeter.—John W. Pope, Exeter
, last ex.- Ely Kitson, Fenchurch-st., London, saddler and attorney-at-law, Sept. 12 at 10, County Court of Deronshire, harness maker, Sept. 16 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London,
at Exeter. - John Walker, Exeter, engraver, Sept. 12 at 10, aud. ac.- George F. La Serre, Bank-chambers, Lothbury, County Court of Devonshire, at Exeter.- Noah Wilcox, Ma. London, stock broker, Sept. 18 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, deley, Shropshire, grocer, Sept. 16 at 10, County Court of London, div.-D. A. Ramsay, Kensington-park-terrace, Not Shropshire, at Madeley.- Geo. Roberts, Ampthill, Bedfordting-hill, Middlesex, builder, Sept. 21 at half-past 1, Court of shire, publican, Sept. 11 at 1, County Court of Bedfordshire, Bankruptcy. London, div.-Edward Carter, Murray-street, at Ampthill.-- Francis Lloyd, Kinfare, Staffordshire, licensed Hoxton, Middlesex, builder, Sept. 18 at 1, Court of Bank retailer of ale, Sept. 25 at 10, County Court of Worcester. ruptcy, London, div.—John Lyons, Alie-place, Great Alie- shire, at Stourbridge. - James Kidson, Wolverhampton, Stafstreet, Goodman's-fields, Middlesex, and Minories, London, fordshire, licensed retailer of ale, Sept. 26 at 9, County Court packing.case manufacturer, Sept. 16 at 2, Court of Bank of Staffordshire, at Wolverhampton.-Thos. Parry the elder, ruptcy, London, div.-Wm. Hearn, Stangate-wharf, Lam. Wednesfield, Staffordshire, market gardener, Sept. 26 at 9, beth, Surrey, carrier, and Rainham, Essex, brickmaker, Sept. Dufour, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, publican, Sept. 6 at 10,
County Court of Staffordshire, at Wolverhampton.- John 25 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. CERTIFICATES.
County Court of Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or The following Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed in before the Day of Meeting.
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection Charles White, Watford, Hertfordshire, sheep dealer, Sept. from Process, are required to appear in Court as herein15 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. --Jas. Triggs, Wm.
afler mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Triggs, and Edw. Triggs, Southampton, upholsterers, Sept.
Lincoln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with 15 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. - Thomas Clark, according to the Statute: Thornton-heath, Croydon, Surrey; Furnival's-inn, Holborn,
Nov. 23 at 11, hefore Mr. Commissioner PHILLIPS. London; and Marlborough-road, St. John's-wood, Middlesex, licensed victualler, Sept. 15 at half-past 11, Court of Bank
George Young, Carlton-street, Old Kent-road, Surrey, out ruptcy, London.-J. Purdy and W. T. Purdy, King's Lynn, of business...Jas. Ashford, Norland-road, Kensington, MidNorfolk, builders,
Sept. 15 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Londlesex, butcher.-Joseph Clokey, Lincoln, commission agent don.-T.
Squire, Grosvenor-mews, Bond-st., Middlesex, coach in the drapery trade.--Henry Vercoe, New Cottrals, Hemel builder, Sept. 15 at half past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- Hempstead, Hertfordshire, carpenter. Samuel Lack, Waldon.-W.Wallen the younger, Laurence Pountney-lane, Lon tham Abbey, Essex, beer-shop keeper.-H. Jarrelt, Alfred. don, architect, Oct. 11 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-place, Bedford-square, Middlesex, musical director. - Hook J. Driscoll, Cardiff, Glamorgansbire, potato merchant, Sept. Williams, Cumberland-market, Regent's-park, Middleses,
Spooner, New-road, Rotherhithe, Surrey, carpenter.- Henry 19 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol.-T. Burlon, Hagley, Worcestershire, builder, Oct. 9 at 10, District Court out of business. of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.
Nov. 29 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. John Wyeth, Park.crescent, Clapham, Surrey, out of busiJoseph Buhrer, Holborn, London, fancy warehouseman. ness.-David Myers, Stanhope-place, Southwark-bridge-road, John Robins Vivian, Cheapside, London, dealer in mining Southwark, Surrey, teacher of music.- Geo. J. T. Marriott, shares.- Mary Thornton Steele, Norland-road, Notting-hill
, Moscow-road, Bayswater, Middlesex, clerk in the Ordnance Middlesex, licensed victualler.-George Battcock, Brighton, | Office.-J. Peters the elder, Great Cambridge-st., Hackney. Sussex, apothecary:- Jas. Worrall, Bolton and Manchester, road, Middlesex, watch-guard manufacturer. Jane Morison, manufacturer.-Edwin Ashley, Manchester, smallware manu. Rheidol-terrace, St. Peter's-street, Islington, Middlesex, out facturer.
of business.-John B. H. Soane, Waltham-cross, Esses, out SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION.
Ignatius F. Coyle, Stanhope-terrace, Hyde-parkDionysius Onufri Marianski, Quarry-hall, Hamilton, tra- gardens, Middlesex, in no trade.- Wm. Smith, Long-alley, velling merchant.
Finsbury, Middlesex, licensed victualler.