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PUBLIC GENERAL STATUTES.
8. The acts herein referred to as the Church Building Acts
the act of the 14 & 15 Vict. c. 97, “to amend the Church 17 & 18 VICTORIA.-SESSION 2.
Building Acts," and the acts in that act enumerated as the
Church Building Acts, and also the act of the 6 & 7 Fict. (Continued from p. 297).
c. 37, "to make better provision for the spiritual care of
populous parishes." CAP. XXXII. An Act to facilitate the Apportionment of the Rent when Parts
CAP. XXXIII, of Lands in Lease are taken for the Purposes of the Church An Act to place Public Statues within the Metropolitan Police Building Acts.
[i0th July, 1854.] District under the Control of the Commissioners of her Sect. 1. Rents and Fines may be apportioned.
Majesty's Works and Public Buildings. 2. Parties to the Apportionment.
[10th July, 1854.) 3. Jury may apportion. 4. Apportioned Rent to be recorerable by the same
An Act to enable the Courts of Law in England, Ireland, and 5. How Sums secured by Way of Insurance, &c. may Scotland to issue Process to compel the Attendance of Wit. be apportioned.
nesses out of their Jurisdiction, and to give Effect to the 6. Act to extend to Cases where Part of Hereditaments Service of such Process in any part of the United Kingdom. are included in Leases, &c.
[10th July, 1854.) 7. Act to extend to Contracts for Leases.
Sect. 1. Courts of Law in England, Ireland, and Scotland 8. Acts herein referred to.
may issue Process to compel the Attendance of Be it enacted &c. as follows:
Witnesses, although not within their Jurisdiction. Sect. 1. If any hereditaments to be acquired for any of the pur- 2. Statement to be made at Foot of Writ that it is poses of any of the Church Building Acts are included in a lease
issued by special Order, or underlease with any other hereditaments, the rent reserved 3. Witnesses making Default to be punished by the by such lease or underlease, and any fine certain to be paid on
Courts of the Country in which the Process was any renewals thereof, may be apportioned between the heredi.
served. taments so to be acquired and the remainder of the heredita- 4. Persons not to be punished if it shall appear that ments, or may be wholly charged on such remainder, in
sufficient Money has not been tendered to pay Ba. exoneration of the hereditaments so to be acquired.
penses. 2. Such apportionment or exoneration may be effected by 5. Act not to prevent the issuing of a Commission to the parties respectively having power to assign or convey the
examine Witnesses. leasehold interest, and to assign or convey the reversion ex- 6. Not to affect the Admissibility of Evidence where pectant on such leasehold interest, in the hereditaments so to
now receivable. be acquired.
Whereas great inconvenience arises in the administration of 3. In cases where the value of the hereditaments to be ac- justice from the want of a power in the superior courts of law quired is to be ascertained by a jury, the jury may also appor- to compel the attendance of witnesses resident in one part of tion any such rent or fine as aforesaid.
the United Kingdom at a trial in another part, and the exa4. On the acquiring as aforesaid of any hereditaments in mination of such witnesses by commission is not in all cases cluded with other hereditaments in a lease or underlease, or a sufficient remedy for such inconvenience: be it therefore leases or underleases as aforesaid, the rent or apportioned enacted &c. as follows:rent by any such apportionment or exoneration expressed to Sect. 1. If in any action or suit now or at any time here. be made payable out of the hereditaments which shall not be after depending in any of her Majesty's superior Courts of acquired as aforesaid, and out of the hereditaments which shall Common Law at Westminster or Dublin, or the Court of be so acquired respectively, shall be recoverable, as regards such Session or Exchequer in Scotland, it shall appear to the Court hereditaments respectively, by the same remedies by which be- in which such action is pending, or, if such Court is not sitting, fore such acquiring the rent reserved by the lease or underlease to any judge of any of the said courts respectively, that it is was recoverable out of the whole of the hereditaments therein proper to compel the personal attendance at any trial of any comprised ; and all the covenants, conditions, and agreements witness who may not be within the jurisdiction of the Court in such lease or underlease contained, as well those relating to in which such action is pending, it shall be lawful for such rent as others, so far as regards the part acquired and the re- court or judge, if in his or their discretion it shall so seem fit, sidue not acquired as aforesaid respectively of the hereditaments to order that a writ, called a writ of subpoena ad testificandam, comprised in such lease or underlease, shall continue and shall or of subpæna duces tecum, or warrant of citation, shall issue subsist upon and against and with regard to such part so in special form, commanding such witness to attend such trial, acquired and such residue respectively, in like manner as if wherever he shall be within the United Kingdom, and the such part or residue only had been originally comprised in such service of any such writ or process in any part of the United lease or underlease ; and in case such lease or underlease shall Kingdom shall be as valid and effectual, to all intents and contain provisions for renewal upon payment of a fine certain, purposes, as if the same had been served within the jurisdiction such provisions for renewal shall apply to the part acquired of the Court from which it issues. and the residue not acquired as aforesaid respectively of the
2. Every such writ shall have at foot thereof a statement hereditaments comprised in such lease or underlease, in the same manner as if such part or residue only had been ori- court or judge, as the case may be ; and no such writ shall
or notice that the same is issued by the special order of the ginally comprised in such lease or underlease, and the fine issue without such special order. certain to be paid on any renewal had been the fine certain which in the exoneration or apportionment shall be expressed to the exigency of such writ or process, it shall be lawful for
3. In case any person so served shall not appear, according to be payable in respect of the same hereditaments. 5. Sums of money to be secured by way of insurance, and all the service thereof, and of such default, to the satisfaction of
the Court out of which the same issued, upon proof made of other sums of money or other payments or services, may be the said Court, to transmit a certificate of such default, under apportioned or exclusively charged in the same manner, and the seal of the same Court, or under the hand of one of the with the same effects in all respects, as are herein provided with judges or justices of the same, to any of her Majesty's superior respect to the apportionment or exclusive charge of rent.
Courts of Common Law at Westminster, in case such service 6. The provisions of this act extend to all cases where a was had in England; or in case such service was had in Scotpart of the
hereditaments included in any lease or underlease is land, to the Court of Session or Exchequer at Edinburgh ; or to be acquired for the purposes of any of the Church Building in case such service was had in Ireland, to any of her MaActs, although no apportionment of or exoneration from rent jesty's superior Courts of Common Law at Dublin ; and the may take place, by reason that no rent, or a rent only nominal, | Court to which such certificate is so sent shall and may thereis reserved by the lease or underlease.
upon proceed against and punish the person so having made 7. The provisions of this act relate to contracts for leases default, in like manner as they might have done if such person and underleases as well as to leases and underleases.
had neglected or refused to appear in obedience to a writ of
subpæna or other process issued out of such last-mentioned or under any assignment for the benefit of the creditors of such court.
person, and as against all sheriffs' officers and other persons 4. None of the said Courts shall in any case proceed against seizing any property, or effects comprised in such bill of sale or punish any person for having made default by not appearing in the execution of any process of any court of law or equity to give evidence in obedience to any writ of subpoena or other authorising the seizure of the goods of the person by whom or process issued under the powers given by this act, unless it of whose goods such bill of sale shall have been made, and shall be made to appear to such Court that a reasonable and against every person on whose behalf such process shall have sufficient sum of money to defray the expenses of coming and been issued, be null and void to all intents and purposes attending to give evidence, and of returning from giving such whatsoever, so far as regards the property in or right to the evidence, had been tendered to such person at the time when possession of any personal chattels comprised in such bill of such writ of subpæna or process was served upon such person. sale, which at or after the time of such bankruptcy, or of
5. Nothing herein contained shall alter or affect the power filing the insolvent's petition in such insolvency, or of the exeof any of such Courts to issue a commission for the examina- cution by the debtor of such assignment for the benefit of his tion of witnesses out of their jurisdiction, in any case in which, creditors, or of executing such process, (as the case may be), notwithstanding this act, they shall think fit to issue such and after the expiration of the said period of twenty-one days, commission.
shall be in the possession or apparent possession of the person 6. Nothing herein contained shall alter or affect the admis- making such bill of sale, or of any person against whom the sibility of any evidence at any trial where such evidence is such bill of sale shall have been made or given, as the case
process shall have issued, under or in the execution of which Dow by law receivable, on the ground of any witness being beyond the jurisdiction of the Court, but the admissibility of all such evidence shall be determined as if this act had not
2. If such bill of sale shall be made or given subject to any passed.
defeasance or condition or declaration of trust not contained in
the body thereof, such defeasance or condition or declaration of CAP. XXXV.
trust shall, for the purposes of this act, be taken as part of
such bill of sale, and shall be written on the same paper or An Act to repeal certain Provisions of an Act of the fifth and parchment on which such bill of sale shall be written, before sixth Years of her present Majesty, concerning the holding the time when the same or a copy thereof respectively shall be of Assizes for the County of Warwick.
filed, otherwise such bill of sale shall be null and void to all [10th July, 1854.]
intents and purposes, as against the same persons and as reCAP. XXXVI.
gards the same property and effects, as if such bill of sale or a An Act for preventing Frauds upon Creditors by secret Bills copy thereof had not been filed according to the provisions of of Sale of personal Chattels. [10th July, 1854.]
3. The said officer of the said Court of Queen's Bench shall Sect. 1. Bills of Sale to be void, unless the same or a Copy cause every bill of sale, and every such schedule and inventory
thereof be filed within twenty-one Days, in like as aforesaid, and every such copy filed in his said office under Manner as Warrants of Attorney.
the provisions of this act, to be numbered, and shall keep a 2. Defeasance or Condition of every Bill of Sale to be book or books in his said office, in which he shall cause to be written on the same Paper or Parchment.
fairly entered an alphabetical list of every such bill of sale, 3. Officer of Court to keep a Book containing Parti- containing therein the name, addition, and description of the culars of each Bill of Sale.
person making or giving the same, or in case the same shall be 4. Officer entitled to a Fee of 1s. for filing Bill of Sale, made or given by any person under or in the execution of proand to account for the same.
cess as aforesaid, then the name, addition, and description of 5. Office Copies or Extracts to be given on paying as the person against whom such process shall have issued, and for Copies of Judgments.
also of the person to whom or in whose favour the same shall 6. Satisfaction may be entered.
have been given, together with the number, and the dates of 7. Interpretation of Terms.
the execution and filing of the same, and the sum for which the 8. Extent of Act.
same has been given, and the time or times (if any) when the Whereas frauds are frequently committed upon creditors by same is thereby made payable, according to the form contained secret bills of sale of personal chattels, whereby persons are
in the schedule to this act, which said book or books, and enabled to keep up the appearance of being in good circum- every bill of sale or copy thereof filed in the said office, may be stances and possessed of property, and the grantees or holders searched and viewed by all persons at all reasonable times, payof such bills of sale have the power of taking possession of ing to the officer for every search against one person the sum the property of such persons, to the exclusion of the rest of of 6d., and no more ; and that, in addition to the last men their creditors : for remedy
whereof, be it therefore enacted tioned book, the said officer of the said Court of Queen's &c, as follows:
Bench shall keep another book or index, in which he shall Sect. 1. Every bill of sale of personal chattels made after filed in manner aforesaid, the name, addition, and description
cause to be fairly inserted, as and when such bills of sale are the passing of this act, either absolutely or conditionally, or of the person making or giving the same, or of the person subject or not subject to any trusts, and whereby the grantee against whom such process shall have issued, as the case may or holder shall have power, either with or without notice, and be, and also of the persons to whom or in whose favour the either immediately after the making of such bill of sale or at any future time, to seize or take possession of any property culars thereof; which last-mentioned book or index all persons
same shall have been given, but containing no further parti. and effects comprised in or made subject to such bill of sale, shall be permitted to search for themselves, paying to the and every schedule or inventory which shall be thereto annexed officer for such last-mentioned search the sum of 18. or therein referred to, or a true copy thereof, and of every attestation of the execution thereof, shall, together with an
4. The said officer shall be entitled to receive, for his trou. affidavit of the time of such bill of sale being made or given, ble in filing and entering every such bill of sale or a copy and a description of the residence and occupation of the person thereof as aforesaid, the sum of 1s., and no more ; and such making or giving the same, or in case the same shall be made officer shall render a like account to the commissioners of her or given by any person under or in the execution of any pro like powers in every particular with respect to such account,
Majesty's Treasury, and the said commissioners shall have the cess, then a description of the residence and occupation of the person against whom such process shall have issued, and of and the amount of remuneration of such officer, and with reEvery attesting witness to such bill of sale, be filed with the spect to any surplus of the fees received by him, as is provided officer acting as clerk of the docquets and judgments in the by the 13 & 14 Vict. c. 75, with respect to the officers of the Court of Queen's Bench within twenty-one days after the Court of Common Pleas therein mentioned. making or giving of such bill of sale, in like manner as a
5. Any person shall be entitled to have an office copy or an warrant of attorney in any personal action given by a trader extract of every bill of sale, or of the copy thereof filed as aforeis now by law required to be filed), otherwise such bill of sale said, upon paying for the same at the like rate as for office shal, as against all assignees of the estate and effects of the copies of judgments in the said Court of Queen's Bench. person whose goods, or any of them, are comprised in such 6. It shall be lawful for any judge of the said Court of bill of sale under the laws relating to bankruptcy or insolvency, Queen's Bench to order a memorandum of satisfaction to be written upon any bill of sale or copy thereof respectively as
CAP. XL. aforesaid, if it shall appear to him that the debt (if any) for An Act to continue an Act of the last Session of Parliament, which such bill of sale is given as security shall have been sa- for extending for a limited Time the Provision for Abatetisfied or discharged.
ment of Income Tax in respect of Insurance on Lives. 7. In construing this act the following words and expressions
[24th July, 1854.] shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them, unless there be something in the subject or context repugnant to such con.
CAP. XLI. structions; (that is to say)
An Act to continue the Poor-law Board. The expression “bill of sale" shall include bills of sale,
[24th July, 1854.] assignments, transfers, declarations of trust without transfer, and other assurances of personal chattels, and
CAP. XLII. also powers of attorney, authorities, or licenses to take An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads possession of personal chattels as security for any debt, in Ireland.
[24th July, 1854.) but shall not include the following documents; that is to say, assignments for the benefit of the creditors of
CAP. XLIII. the person making or giving the same; marriage settle. An Act to continue an Act of the seventeenth Year of her prements; transfers or assignments of any ship or vessel, sent Majesty, for charging the Maintenance of certain poor or any share thereof; transfers of goods in the ordinary Persons in Unions in England and Wales upon the common course of business of any trade or calling ; bills of sale Fund.
[24th July, 1854.] of goods in foreign parts or at sea; bills of lading ; India warrants; warehouse keepers' certificates ; war.
CAP. XLIV. rants or orders for the delivery of goods, or any other An Act for regulating and maintaining the Harbours of Holy. documents used in the ordinary course of business as head, and for vesting them in the Admiralty. proof of the possession or control of goods, or autho.
[24th July, 1854.] rising or purporting to authorise, either by indorsement or by delivery, the possessor of such document to trans
CAP. XLV. fer or receive goods thereby represented :
An Act to amend the Dublin Carriage Act, 1853. The expression " personal chattels' shall mean goods,
[24th July, 1854.] furniture, fixtures, and other articles capable of complete transfer by delivery, and shall not include chattel
CAP. XLVI. interests in real estate, nor shares or interests in the An Act to continue certain Acts relating to Linen, Hempen, stock, funds, or securities of any government, or in the and other Manufactures in Ireland. [24th July, 1854.] capital or property of any incorporated or joint-stock company, nor choses in action, nor any stock or pro
CAP. XLVII. duce upon any farm or lands which by virtue of any An Act to alter and improve the Mode of taking Evidence in covenant or agreement, or of the custom of the country,
the Ecclesiastical Courts of England and Wales. ought not to be removed from any farm where the
[24th July, 1854.] same shall be at the time of the making or giving of such bill of sale :
Be it enacted &c., that in any suit or proceeding depending Personal chattels shall be deemed to be in the “apparent in any ecclesiastical court in England or Wales, the court (if
possession" of the person making or giving the bill of it shall think fit) may summon before it and examine or cause sale, so long as they shall remain or be in or upon any
to be examined witnesses by word of mouth, and either before house, mill, warehouse, building, works, yard, land, or
or after examination by deposition or affidavit; and notes of other premises occupied by him, or as they shall be such evidence sball be taken down in writing by the judge or used and enjoyed by him in any place whatsoever, not. registrar, or by such other person or persons, and in such withstanding that formal possession thereof may have manner, as the judge of the court shall direct.
been taken by or given to any other person. 8. This act shall not extend to Scotland or Ireland.
An Act to authorise the Inclosure of certain Lands, in Pur. SCHEDULE.
suance of a Special Report of the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales.
[24th July, 1854.]
[24th July, 1854.]
Majesty, for amending the Laws relating to Savings Banks
[24th July, 1854.] (To be continued).
Name, &c. of the Person
making or giving the Bill of Sale, or of the Person divested of Property.
Name, &c. of the Person to
whom made or given.
Whether Bill of Sale, As
signment, Transfer, or
Deed of Execution.
Date of Filing.
Sum for which made or
When and how payable.
CAP. XXXVII. An Act for establishing the Validity of certain Proceedings in her Majesty's Court of Vice-Admiralty in Mauritius.
[10th July, 1854.]
[24th July, 1854.]
have omitted to qualify themselves for Offices and Employ.
[24th July, 1854.)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.
ney-buildings, New Kent-road, Surrey, lithographic en-
cheesemonger, dealer and chapman, Sept. 15 at half-past 12, and Nov. 4 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Of. Ass. Cannan; Sols. Pocock & Poole, 58, Bartholomer. close, London. -Petition filed Aug. 29.
WILLIAM HENRY BOUSFIELD, Roughway, near Tun--Edward T. Roe, Brighton-place, Brixton-road, Surrey, oil
bridge, Kent, paper manufacturer, dealer and chapman, and colour man, Oct. 2 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Sept. 15 at 1, and Nov. 3 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, | -John Harrington, Ramsden Crays, Essex, baker, Sept. 30 London : Off. Ass. Cannan; Sols. Lawrance & Co., 14, at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Auguste Old Jewry-chambers, Old Jewry.- Petition filed Sept. 2. Silvestre, Argyle-street, Regent-street, Middlesex, dealer in CHARLES DAVIS and JOHN EATON, Surbiton Hill, fancy goods, Sept. 30 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.
Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, builders, Sept. 20 at half. -George Forster, Liverpool, sharebroker, Sept. 29 at 11, past 1, and Oct. 18 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London : District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool. Off. Ass. Graham; Sols. Jay & Pilgrim, Norwich ; Jay,
To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. 14, Bucklersbury, London.—Petition filed Sept. 1. WILLIAM BATCHELAR, Broad-green, Croydon, Surrey,
William Henry Wearn, Southsea, Portsea, Southampton, baker, corn and coal dealer, Sept. 20 and Oct. 18 at 2,
A. M'Chlery, Glenluce, merchant.-James H. Buchanan, filed Sept. 6.
Aberfeldy, hotel keeper.-John Roy, Stirling, grocer. WILLIAM HOWELL, Goswell-street, St. Luke's, Middle.
INSOLVENT DEBTORS sex, licensed victualler, Sept. 20 at 2, and Oct. 18 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld; Sols.
Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, Martineau & Reed, 2, Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn.
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from
Wm. Cook, Bristol, boiler maker, Oct. 12 at half-past 10, Sept. 20 and Oct. 11 at half-past io, District Court of County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.-Edwin Cox, Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off. Ass. Christie ; Sol. Lud. Bristol, retailer of beer, Oct. 12 at half-past 10, County Court low, Birmingham.- Petition dated Aug. 30.
of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.-Mary Bentley, widow, Selby, CHARLES WALDRON, Bilston, Staffordshire, clothier and Yorkshire, grocer, Sept. 14 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, woollendraper, dealer and chapman, Sept. 22 and Oct. 12 at Selby. --- John Preston, Redmarley d'Abitot, Worcester at half.past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: shire, cordwainer, Sept. 26 at 11, County Court of GloucesOf. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. Sutton, Manchester ; Hodgson, tershire, at Newent. - Wm. Phelps, Higham, Gloucestershire, Birmingham.- Petition dated Aug. 29.
painter, Oct. 12 at 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at HENRY AMOR, Bath, Somersetshire, shoemaker and Gloucester.- Frederick Orvis, Ipswich, Suffolk, baker, Sept. licensed victualler, Sept. 19 and Oct. 17 at 11, District 22 at 9, County Court of Suffolk, at Ipswich.—Thomas Ede, Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Acraman ; Sol. Guildford, Surrey, baker, Oct. 3 at 1, County Court of SurWilton, Bath.- Petition filed Sept. 7.
rey, at Guildford. - James R. Pilcher, Guildford, Surrey, veWILLIAM JOHN NORSWORTHY, Sidmouth, Devon- terinary surgeon, Oct. 3 at 1, County Court of Surrey, at
shire, baker, dealer and chapman, Sept. 19 and Oct. 12 at Guildford.—Robert Butterworth, Rochdale, Lancashire, pro1, District Court of Bankrupicy, Exeter : Off. Ass. Hirizel; vision dealer, Sept. 21 at 12, County Court of Lancashire, at Sols. Stogdon, Exeter ; Hooper, Exeter. - Petition filed Rochdale. — Ralph Hull, Haslingden, Lancashire, joiner, Sept. 4.
Sept. 21 at 12, County Court of Lancashire, at Rochdale. THOMAS WIGFALL, Sheffield, Yorkshire, table-knife John Brimley, Daventry, Northamptonshire, butcher, Sept.
manufacturer, Sept. 23 and Oct. 28 at 12, District Court 18 at 11, County Court of Northamptonshire, at Daventry.-of Bankruptcy, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Brewin; Sol. Fernell, George Adcock, Wisemore, Walsall, Staffordshire, grocer, Sheffield. - Petition dated Aug. 26.
Sept. 23 at 10, County Court of Staffordshire, at Walsall. WILLIAM JONES, Liverpool, shipwright and boat builder, Joseph Thomas, Wednesbury, Staffordshire, agent, Sept. 23 Sept. 21 and Oct. 12 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, at 10, County Court of Staffordshire, at Walsali. Liverpool: Of. Ass. Bird; Sols. Robinson & Duke, Liver. The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before pool.- Petition filed Sept. 2.
the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt ROBERT WRIGHTSON, Liverpool, metal broker and
with according to the Statute:agent, Sept. 21 and Oct. 12 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Turner ; Sol. Bolton, Wol. Sept. 25 at 11, before the Chier COMMISSIONER. verhampton. - Petition filed Aug. 22.
Christopher R. Preston, Michael's-grove, Brompton, Mid. HENRY KERPOOT, Bedford, near Leigh, Lancashire, silk dlesex, gentleman.-James William Walsh, Westbury-road, manufacturer, dealer and chapman, Sept. 21 and Oct. 17 at Harrow-road, Middlesex, attorney.-John Law Beetholme, 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Cornwall-place, Holloway, Middlesex, attorney-at-law. Fraser ; Sol. Boote, Manchester. -Petition filed Sept. 6. Sept. 25 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips. WILLIAM GRAHAM, Wigton, Cumberland, grocer, Sept. 13 and Oct. 9 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, New- of beer. Thomas Parnell the younger, Westbury-road, Har
Wm. Brown, Wapping-wall, Shadwell, Middlesex, retailer castle-upon-Tyne : Off
. Ass. Baker ; Sols. Lawson, Wig-row-road, Middlesex, carpenter.-Daniel Philp, Westcroftton; T. & W. Chater, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; Bell & Co., place, Hammersmith, Middlesex, baker. Bow-churchyard, London.-Petition filed Aug. 28.
Sept. 25 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. MEETINGS. John Charles Brant, Shoreditch, Middlesex, oilman, Sept. sex, tailor.-Jas. Thos. Ratcliffe, Harrow-street, Lant-street,
Philip Dicker Cooper, Cambridge-street, Pimlico, Middle30 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex.- -- Charles Foot, Southwark, Surrey, wholesale stationer.-Joseph Trigwell, Ingram.court, Fenchurch-street, London, wine merchant, Arundel-street, Strand, Middlesex, builder. Sept. 28 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Joseph Scudamore, Coleford, Gloucestershire, draper,
Sept. 26 at 10, before the Chier COMMISSIONER. Sept. 28 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. Henry Drysdale, Grace's-alley, Wellclose-square, Whiteac. ; Oct. 3 at 11, div.-L. F. Bellot, old Jewry.chambers, chapel, Middlesex, carpenter.-F. Waller Prince, CarolineLondon, merchant, Sept. 29 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, place, Hampstead-road, Middlesex, gunmaker.- Joseph Law. London, div.-- John Ellis Watkinson, Halifax, Yorkshire, son, Paynton-terrace, East India-road, Poplar, Middlesex, grocer, Sept. 29 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, master mariner. div.- Joseph M'Lintock, Barnsley, Yorkshire, linen manu. Sept. 26 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner PHILLIPS. facturer, Sept. 29 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, John Zealey, Neckinger-street, Bermondsey, Surrey, car. div.-Michael Robinson, Halifax, Yorkshire, linendraper, penter.-Henry E. B. Giles, Assembly-row, Mile-end-road, Sept. 29 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, div. Whitechapel, Middlesex, attorney-at-law. Jas. D. Hargood, CERTIFICATES.
Essex-street, Islington, Middlesex, out of business. To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or Sept. 26 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. before the Day of Meeting.
T. Dawson Bowker Campbell, Layton-place, Middle-road, Ely Kitson, Fenchurch.street, London, saddler, Oct. 5 at Brixton, Surrey, out of employment.--Wm. Pryer, Lower 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-James Russell, Chichester, Tottenbam, Middlesex, corn dealer.-Samuel Notley, Haw. cabinet maker, Sept. 30 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. I ley-road, Kentish-town, Middlesex, accountant.
The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before !
CERTIFICATES. a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and dealt to be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or with according to the Statute :-
before the Day of Meeting. At the County Court of Glamorganshire, at CARDIFF, Charles Sumpter Morris, Soham, Cambridgeshire, gas ma. Sept. 23.
nufacturer, Oct. 3 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-C. Wm. Taylor, Britonferry, butcher.-Wm. Bew, Treforest, Druke, Garlick-bill, London, drysalter, Oct. 3 at 12, Court of baker.
Bankruptcy, London.—John Dossetter, Theobald's-road, MidAt the County Court of Yorkshire, at YORK, Sept. 25.
dlesex, ironmonger, Oct. 3 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon.
don.-John Westlake Wainwright, Bridgewater, Somerset. George Nicholson Tootal, Leeds, sharebroker.- Jacob R.
shire, builder, Oct. 5 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Owen, York, out of business.- Samuel Haigh, Leeds, flax
Exeter. -Jas. Palmer Shapcott, Preston Plancknett, Somer. dresser.—John Turner, Sheffield, coach builder.-Joe Cliffe,
setshire, wool dealer, Oct. 5 at 1, District Court of BankYork, out of business. - James Johnson, Sheffield, out of busi
ruptcy, Exeter.-James Palmer, Bridestowe, Devonshire, ness.- Henry Smith, Thornton-road, near Bradford, moulder.
maltster, Oct. 5 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, - David Smith, Bradford, moulder.-James Haley, Thorn
- John Courtis, Beeralstone, Devonshire, grocer, Oct. 5 at 1, ton-road, near Bradford, moulder.-Thos. Leathley, Morley,
District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter.-George Frederick near Leeds, cloth manufacturer. --James Oddey, Keighley,
by: Bloxam, Lukesland-grove, near Ivy-bridge, Devonshire, horse licensed hawker.-Alfred Gorgias Neale, Thornton, near
near dealer, Oct. 5 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter.Bradford, shoemaker. -Jos. Waddington, Knottingley, near |
| Wm. Atherton, Liverpool, merchant, Oct. 3 at 11, District Pontefract, shoemaker.-Joseph Ridge Simpson, Sheffield,
Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool. out of business.-John Falshaw Supton, Sheffield, out of business. - George Dyson the elder, Sindley, near Huddersfield,
To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. woollen-cloth manufacturer. - George Barr, North Fro. / John Lloyd Bullock, Conduit-street, Bond-st., Middlesex, dingham, near Driffield, schoolmaster.- Wm. Milner, York, operative chemist.-Henry Claridge, Banbury, Oxfordshire, out of business.—John Boocock, Huddersfield, out of busi- tea dealer.-Owen Evans, Westbourne-terrace, Hyde-park, ness.-Joseph Harrison, Bradford, licensed retailer of beer.- | Middlesex, surgeon.-Philip Oliver, Edward-square, Bromp. Wm. Bracewell, Bradford, grocer.-Geo. Gillatt, Barnsley, ton, Middlesex, and Llanbadarnfær, Cardiganshire, dealer in baker.
mining shares.-Samuel Turner Prout, Addle-st., Wood-st., At the County Court of Warwickshire, at WARWICK, Cheapside, London, licensed victualler.—James Tyars, New Sept. 25 at 10.
Crane Corn-wharf, Shadwell, Middlesex, wharfinger.- Fred. Wm. Edw. Hughes, Leamington, in no profession.
Rosenborg, Albany, Middlesex, and Freeschool-street, Horse
lydown, Surrey, cask manufacturer.- George Stanley, QueenAt the County Court of Nottinghamshire, at NOTTINGHAM, street, London, and Burton-street, Bond-street, Middleses, Sept. 26 at 10.
fishing-tackle maker.-John David Neill and Henry Sander. Joseph Turner the younger, New Basford, lace maker. son, Liverpool, ship brokers.--Thomas Colton Matthews, At the County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol, Sept. 28 Kingston-upon-Hull, brewer. at half-past 10.
Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. Thomas Chandler, Clifton, Bristol, milkman.
Lieutenant Alexander Macpherson, deceased, Ruthven, At the County Court of Northumberland, at MORPETH, Kinguissie, Inverness-shire, tacksman.-W. Dodds, Glasgow, Sept. 29 at 10.
sail-cloth manufacturer. - Thomas Low, Alyth, Perthshire, Joseph Brand, North Shields, builder.—John Homles, baker. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, labourer.
INSOLVENT DEBTORS At the County Court of Oxfordshire, at OXFORD, Oct. 6 | Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptey, at 10.
and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Michael Thring Slater, Henley, out of business.
George Parker, Coventry, Warwickshire, Oct. 2 at 12, MEETINGS.
County Court of Warwickshire, at Coventry.-John Elliott, Jonas Ingham, Keelham-hill, near Halifax, Yorkshire, stuff Coventry, Warwickshire, saddler, Oct. 2 at 12, County Court manufacturer, Sept. 25 at 3, at the Bowling-green Inn, Brad- of Warwickshire, at Coventry.--Richard Barton, Coventry, ford, sp. aff.-R. Bleackley, Broughton-grove Farm, Higher Warwickshire, tin-plate worker, Oct. 2 at 12, County Court Broughton, Salford, Lancashire, farmer, Sept. 27 at 3, at of Warwickshire, at Coventry.-F. Ball. Longford. Fóleshill. Lord's, Rochdale, sp. aff.
Warwickshire, licensed victualler, Oct. 2 at 12, County Court
of Warwickshire, at Coventry.-Thomas Shilton, Coventry, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12.
Warwickshire, carpenter, Oct. 2 at 12, County Court of War BANKRUPTS.
wickshire, at Coventry.-Wm. Allman, Coventry, Warwick. BENJAMIN PARKER, Albany-road, Camberwell, Surrey,
shire, parasol manufacturer, Oct. 2 at 12, County Court of
urrey, Warwickshire, at Coventry.-Wm. Philip Symons, Fidding. builder, dealer and chapman, (trading under the names of
ton, Somersetshire, licensed victualler, Sept. 21 at 10, County James Parker and James Benjamin Parker), Sept. 20 at
Court of Somersetshire, at Bridgewater.-J. Crothall, Ashhalf-past 2, and Oct. 18 at half-past 1, Court of Bank.
ford, Kent, shoemaker, Sept. 18 at 10, County Court of Kent, ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld ; Sols. Messrs. Link
at Ashford.—J. Hewitt, Carlisle, Cumberland, joiner, Sept. later, 17, Sise-lane, City.--Petition filed Sept. 6.
25 at 10, County Court of Cumberland, at Carlisle.- Samuel HENRY WIGG and BURTON SMITH, Gresham-street
Paget, Rainhill, Lancashire, picture seller, Sept. 27 at 12, West, London, commission agents, Sept. 21 at 12, and
County Court of Lancashire, at St. Helen's.-Richard Daries, Nov. 6 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass.
Eccleston, Lancashire, licensed victualler, Sept. 27 at 12, Whitmore; Sol. Reed, 10, Ironmonger-lane, London.
County Court of Lancashire, at St. Helen's.- Michael Shack. Petition filed Aug. 7.
lock, Nottingham, plumber, Sept. 26 at 10, County Court of ANN MARIA EDWARDS and THOMAS COOPER, Bir.
Nottinghamshire, at Nottingham.-Joseph Poole, Nottingmingham, ironmongers, dealers and chapmen, Sept. 25 and
ham, pork butcher, Sept. 26 at 10, County Court of Notting. Oct. 16 at half-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, hamshir
bankrup.coy hamshire, at Nottingham.-Frederick Girdham, Nottingham, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston; Sol. Reece, Birming
confectioner, Sept. 26 at 10, County Court of Nottingham. ham.-Petition dated Sept. 11. GEORGE SAMPSON, `Lincoln, draper, Sept. 27 and
shire, at Nottingham.-Chas. Howson, Manchester, looking.
glass maker, Oct. 2 at 12, County Court of Lancashire, at Oct. 25 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Kingston
Manchester. – Henry Woodhouse, Dudley, Worcestershire, upon-Hull: Off. Ass. Carrick ; Sol. Tweed, Lincoln.
baker, Sept. 29 at 9, County Court of Worcestershire, at Petition dated Sept. 8.
Dudley.- Henry Stevens, Prestbury, Gloucestershire, wheel. MEETING.
wright, Oct. 4 at 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at William Wallen the younger, Laurence Pountney-lane, Cheltenham.-John Edwards, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, London, architect, Sept. 28 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon-fruiterer, Oct. 4 at 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at don, pr. d.
Cheltenham.--Chas. Moss, Crowmarsh Gifford, Oxfordshire,