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CAP. XCIV.

4. It shall be lawful for the said General Board of Health An Act to alter the Mode of providing for certain Expenses to appoint from time to time a secretary and assistant secre

now charged upon certain Branches of the Public Revenues tary, and such clerks and officers of the said board, and also and upon the Consolidated Fund. [10th August, 1854.] so many superintending inspectors under such board, as the

Commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury may think fit; and CAP. XCV.

any such secretary, assistant secretary, clerk, or officer, and An Act to make better Provision for the Administration of the any such superintending inspector, may be removed by the

Laws relating to the Public Health. [10th August, 1854.] said board. Sect. 1. General Board of Health and Appointment of Officers

5. There shall be paid to the said secretary, assistant secredetermined.

tary, clerks, officers, and superintending inspectors, such sala2. Constitution of the General Board of Health. ries as shall from time to time be appointed by the Commis3. Salary of President. President to be capable of

sioners of her Majesty's Treasury : provided always, that the sitting in the House of Commons.

Commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury may allow to any 4. Board to appoint Officers.

superintending inspector such reasonable travelling and other 5. Treasury to fix Salaries of Officers and Allowances expenses as may be incurred by him in the performance of the to Superintending Inspectors.

duties of his office, in addition to his salary. 6. All Powers, &c. vested in Board may be exercised 6. All powers and duties by this act vested in the General by the President or any two Members.

Board of Health constituted under this act, or which may be 7. Transfer of Powers and Duties of Board of Health hereafter vested in such board, may be exercised and performed to such Board as constituted by this Act.

by the president for the time being of such board alone, or by 8. All pending Inquiries and Proceedings may be com- any two or more members thereof; and all documents or copies pleted under this Act.

of documents purporting to proceed from such board, and to 9. Treasury may grant a retiring dllowance to one of be signed by the president or any two or more of the members

the Members of the Board determined by this Act. of such board, and to be sealed or stamped with the seal of 10. Salaries, &c. to be paid out of Monies to be provided the General Board of Health, shall be received as primâ facie by Parliament.

evidence in all courts or places whatsoever. Whereas by the act of the session bolden in the 11 & 12 Vict. 7. All the powers and duties vested in the General Board C. 63, “ for promoting the public health," a board was of Health under the said act for promoting the public health, constituted for superintending the execution of that act, to be or any other act, shall on the passing of this act become transcalled “The General Board of Health," and it was thereby ferred to and vested in the General Board of Health, as con. provided that the said board should be continued only for five stituted under this act; and every superintending inspector years next after the passing of that act, and thenceforth until appointed under this act shall have all the powers, duties, and the end of the then next session of Parliament; and by the said liabilities vested in or imposed upon any superintending inact the said board were authorised, with the approval of the spector under the said act for promoting the public health; Commissioners of the Treasury, to appoint a secretary and such and all provisions in any act of Parliament and in any order clerks and servants and so many superintending inspectors as of the General Board of Health, and all instruments whatever they might deem necessary for the purposes of the said act, in which the General Board of Health, or the secretary, or a every person so appointed to be removeable at the pleasure of superintending inspector, or any other officer of such board, is the said board : and whereas under the Metropolitan Inter- mentioned or referred to, shall, so far as may not be inconsisments Act, 1850, [13 & 14 Vict. c. 52], an additional member tent with the provisions of this act, be construed as referring of the said board was appointed, and by an act of the session to the General Board of Health as constituted under this act, holden in the 15 & 16 Vict. c. 85, her Majesty was authorised or to the secretary, or a superintending inspector, or such to continue the appointment of the said additional member other officer of such board. during the continuance of the said board : and whereas by cer 8. All inquiries and proceedings, matters and things, comtain other acts certain powers and duties are vested in the Ge. menced by or under the authority of the board hereby deterneral Board of Health : and whereas it is expedient that the mined, may be completed by and under the authority of the General Board of Health should be reconstituted : be it enacted board constituted by this act. &c. as follows:

9. It shall be lawful for the Commissioners of her Majesty's Sect. 1. On the passing of this act so much of the said act Treasury to grant to one of the members of the General Board for promoting the public health as provides what persons shall of Health constituted by the said act for promoting the public constitute the General Board of Health, and limits the dura- health such compensation or superannuation or retiring allow. tion of such board, and so much of the same act as relates to ance, not exceeding 10001. per annum, as the said commisappointments by such board, and so much of any other act as sioners may deem just and proper to be awarded. authorises the appointment of an additional member of such 10. All salaries payable under this act, and all incidental board, shall be repealed, and the General Board of Health, as expenses of the said board constituted by this act, and all constituted by the said act for promoting the public health, and compensations and allowances granted under this act, shall be all appointments of members thereof, and all appointments paid out of such monies as shall be provided by Parliament. made by such board under the authority of the said act, shall, save as hereinafter otherwise provided, cease and determine. 2. It shall be lawful for her Majesty from time to time, by

CAP. XCVI. warrant under the royal sign-manual, to appoint a person to An Act for allowing Gold Wares to be manufactured at a lower be, during her Majesty's pleasure, president of the General

al Standard than that now allowed by Law, and to amend the Board of Health under this act, and such president and her Ma.

Law relating to the assaying of Gold and Silver Wares. jesty's principal Secretaries of State for the time being, and the president and vice-president for the time being of the Committee

- [10th August, 1854.] of Council appointed for the consideration of matters relating to

CAP. XCVII. trade and foreign plantations, shall constitute and be the Ge. neral Board of Health, and during any vacancy in the said

An Act to amend and extend the Acts for the Inclosure, Exboard the continuing members thereof may act as if no vacancy

change, and Improvement of Land. had occurred; provided that the said Board of Health shall be

[10th August, 1854.] continued only for one year next after the day of the passing of this act, and thenceforth until the end of the then next session

CAP. XCVIII. of Parliament, and no longer.

An Act to regulate the Salaries of the Parochial Schoolmasters 3. There shall be paid to the president of the General Board of Scotland.

[10th August, 1854.] of Health under this act such salary, not exceeding 20001. per annum, as shall be from time to time appointed by the Com

CAP. xcix. missioners of her Majesty's Treasury, but no salary shall be An Act to provide for the Establishment of a National Gallery paid to any other member of the said board; and such presi- of Paintings, Sculpture, and the Fine Arts, for the Care of dent shall be capable of being elected and of sitting and voting a Public Library, and the Erection of a Public Museum, in as a member of the House of Commons.

Dublin.

[10th August, 1854.]

CAP. C.

fore the Court, or the order may be served by the solicitor for In Act to make further Provision for the more speedy and the time being to the Suitors Fund; and the Court is hereby efficient Dispatch of Business in the High Court of Chancery. empowered to order payment of the costs and expenses of the

[10th August, 1854.]

solicitor to the Suitors Fund out of such of the funds in the

suit, or by such parties as to the Court shall seem just; and in šect. 1. Master may inquire respecting Abatement, &c.

case payment thereof cannot be obtained by any of the means 2. Master may certify as to the Abatement, &c. 3. Order of Revivor, &c. shall be drawn up on Master's aforesaid, the same, by the direction of the Court, may be paid

out of the Suitors Fund. Certificate. 4. Upon Master's Certificate of Abatement,

&c., Court time be depending before or have been referred to a Master, it

6. In any cause, matter, or thing which may from time to may order Prosecution or Disposal of Suit. 5. Proceedings may be carried on by Solicitor to Suitors obtain the assistance of an accountant, the better to enable him

shall be lawful for him, in such way as he may think fit, to Fund. 6. Master may obtain Assistance of Accountant.

to make any report or certificate, and to act upon the certifi. 7. Master may certify specially to obtain Opinion of cate of such accountant; and the allowances in respect of fees Court.

to the accountant shall be regulated by the Taxing Master of

the court. 8. Additional temporary Clerks in Masters' Offices. 9. Salaries, how to be paid.

7. In any cause, matter, or thing which may from time to 10. " The Lord Chancellor."

time be depending before or have been referred to a Master, he Whereas the enlargement in manner hereinafter mentioned may arrive, or any other matter relating thereto, in order to

shall be at liberty to certify specially any decision at which he of the powers of the Masters in Ordinary of the High Court of obtain a decision or direction by or from the Court for his Chancery during their continuance in office, and the appoint- guidance in the further proceedings, or to enable any party to ment of additional temporary clerks in their offices, would en

obtain the opinion of the Court with reference thereto. able them to wind up the more expeditiously the causes, matters, and things from time to time depending before them :

8. It shall be lawful for the Lord Chancellor to appoint a and whereas better provision is required for the examining and fit person to act in the office of any Master as an additional settling of the accounts of receivers and others in the said temporary clerk, and in assistance to the Master's ordinary court : be it therefore enacted &c. as follows:

clerks, in such manner as the Master may direct; and every such temporary

clerk may be removed by the Lord Chancellor Sect. 1. Upon a suit in which any proceeding may from

as he may think fit, and shall receive, so long as he shall be so time to time be depending before a Master in Ordinary of the employed, such salary as the Lord Chancellor shall, with the High Court of Chancery becoming abated by death, marriage, approbation of the Commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury, or otherwise, or becoming defective by reason of some change order, but shall not be entitled to or receive any compensation or transmission of interest or liability, it shall be lawful for the upon or by reason of the Master being released from his duties, Master, notwithstanding that the suit has become abated or defective, to summon as he shall deem fit all or any of the or removed by resignation, death, or otherwise. parties to the suit or proceeding, or their or any of their soli

9. The salaries given under this act shall grow due from day citors, and to inquire and obtain from them or any of them to day, but shall be payable, under an order of the Lord Chan. such information as may to him seem necessary or proper re- cellor, on the third day of each of the months of February, specting the abatement of the suit, or respecting the same May, August, and November in every year, or on such other having become defective, and the change or transmission of in- days as the Lord Chancellor shall from time to time direct, and terest or liability, and respecting the person or persons by and their respective executors or administrators, out of the

fund

shall be paid to the persons entitled thereto respectively, or against whom the suit and proceedings ought to be revived, or the decree or order carried on and prosecuted; for which pur- standing in the name of the Accountant-General of the Court poses the Master shall be at liberty to proceed in the absence of Chancery, to the account intituled “The Suitors Fee Fund of any of the parties or solicitors neglecting or refusing to Account,” subject to the payment of such salaries and sums of attend his summons.

money as are now payable thereout. 2. In case the Master shall, by the means aforesaid or other be construed to mean the Lord High Chancellor of Great Bri

10. In this act the expression “the Lord Chancellor" shall wise, obtain sufficient information for his guidance in this be- tain for the time being, and to include or be applicable to the half, he shall be at liberty to certify the abatement of the suit, Lord Keeper or Lords Commissioners for the custody of the or that the same has become defective, and the change or trans- Great Seal of the United Kingdom for the time being. mission of interest or liability. 3. The Master's certificate shall be filed by such person as

CAP. CI. the Master may direct, and then such order to the effect of the An Act to continue and amend the Acts now in force relating usual order to revive, or of the usual supplemental decree, as is to Friendly Societies.

[10th August, 1854.] mentioned in the section numbered 52 of the act “ to amend the Practice and Course of Proceeding in the High Court of Sect. 1. Act further continued. Chancery," passed in the 15 & 16 Vict., shall be drawn up by

2. Transcripts of Rules to be deposited with Registrars. the Registrar upon the Master's certificate, which shall be Whereas the act passed in the 13 & 14 Vict. [c. 115], inti. deemed equivalent to such allegation as is in the said section tuled " An Act to amend and consolidate the Law relating to mentioned ; and the course of proceeding upon and the effect Friendly Societies," was continued in force for a period therein of an order obtained under these present provisions shall be limited by an act passed in the 15 & 16 Vict. c. 75: and the same in all respects as if the order had been obtained upon whereas the said acts will expire at the end of the present such allegation as aforesaid.

session of Parliament, and it is expedient the same shall be 4. In case the Master shall not be able to obtain sufficient further continued : be it enacted &c. as follows :information for his guidance in certifying as aforesaid, he shall

Sect. 1. The said act of the 13 & 14 Vict. c. 115, shall be be at liberty to certify the abatement of the suit, or that the further continued to the 1st October, 1855, and to the end of same has become defective, and the change or transmission of the then next session of Parliament. interest or liability, and that by reason thereof he is unable to 2. All transcripts of the rules of friendly societies now filed dispose of the proceeding depending before him in the suit; with the rolls of the sessions of the peace in any county, r ding, upon which certificate the Court shall make such order as it or division of a county, shall be taken off the file, and ent to shall think proper on all or any of the parties for the further the registrars, who shall keep the same in such manner as shall prosecution of the suit, or for the final disposal thereof, and

be from time to time directed by one of her Majesty's rincipal for the payment of the costs thereof, including any of the costs Secretaries of State. which may have been incurred by reason of the conduct of the parties.

CAP. CII. 5. In the event of the parties or their solicitors refusing or

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Bribery, neglecting, within a time to be fixed by the Master, to file or

Treating, and undue Influence at Elections of Members of to bring before the Court any such certificate as aforesaid, or

Parliament.

[10th August, 1854.] to serve any order when drawn up as aforesaid, then by direc- Sect. 1. Repeal of acts in the schedule. tion of the Master the certificate may be filed or brought be- 2. Bribery defined.

3. Bribery further defined. Penalty.

JOHN CHANCELLOR, Phoenix-place, Dorrington-street, 4. Treating defined. Penalty.

Clerkenwell, Middlesex, and Battersea, Surrey, funeral-car. 5. Undue influence defined.' Penalty.

riage master, (and not maker, as advertised in the Gazette 6. Names of offenders to be struck out of register, and of Sept. 29), dealer and chapman, Oct. 12 at half-past 12, inserted in separate list.

and Nov. 14 at half.past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: 7. No cockades, &c. to be given at elections. Penalty. Off. Ass. Graham ; Sols. Marden & Pritchard, Christchurch. 8. Voters not to serve as special constables during elections. chambers, Newgate-street.- Petition filed Sept. 28. 9. Penalties, how to be recovered.

EMMA STEELĚ FOULGHAM, Burton Joyce, Notting. 10. Costs and expenses of prosecutions.

hamshire, braid and trimming manufacturer, Oct. 17 and 11. Returning officer to give notice of election.

Nov. 14 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham: 12. In cases of private prosecutions, if judgment be given Off. Ass. Harris; Sols. Bowley, Nottingham; Hodgson, for the defendant, he shall recover costs from the prosecutor.) Birmingham.- Petition dated Oct. 5.

13. Prosecutor not to be entitled to costs unless he shall JOHN AUCKNALL, Nottingham, grocer and provision have entered into a recognisance to conduct prosecution and dealer, Oct. 17 and Nov. 14 at 10, District Court of Bank. pay costs.

ruptcy, Nottingham : Off. Ass. Harris; Sols. Dunnett & 14. Limitation of actions.

Bladon, Uttoxeter; James, Birmingham.-Petition dated 15. Power to returning officers to appoint election auditors. Sept. 26.

16. Bills, &c. to be sent in within one month to candidate, HENRY COBBIN WELSFORD, Tewkesbury, Gloucester. or right to recover barred.

shire, corn factor, dealer in manures, dealer and chapman, 17. Bills, &c. received within one month to be sent in to Oct. 18 and Nov. 14 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, election auditor.

Bristol : Off. Ass. Acraman; Sols. Thomas & Lewis, 18. No payments to be made except through election Tewkesbury; Abbot & Lucas, Bristol.-Petition filed auditor.

Sept. 30. 19. Tender and payment into court by election auditor. CHARLES WARWICK, Manchester, commission agent,

20. Copy of judgment and statement of payments made in (formerly carrying on trade as a merchant at Calcutta, in satisfaction to be sent to auditor.

India), Oct. 20 and Nov. 9 at 12, District Court of Bank21. Consent of auditor necessary before settling action. ruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hernaman; Sols. Higson

22. Candidate to pay personal expenses and expenses of ad- & Robinson, Manchester.- Petition filed Oct. 4. vertising.

JOHN BARNES, Ulverstone, Lancashire, grocer, Oct. 17 23. Refreshments to voters on the days of nomination or (and not Oct. 11, as previously advertised) and Nov. 14 at polling declared illegal.

12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. 24. No person to pay expenses of elections, except to can Fraser ; Sols. Sale & Co., Manchester; Evans & Sons, didate or election auditor.

Liverpool.- Petition filed Sept. 21. 25. Candidates and agents may make payments before day of election.

MEETINGS. 26. Account of election expenses to be made out by election John J. Newnam and James Leadbetter, Charlton, Kent, auditor.

waterproofers, Oct. 17 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, 27. Election auditor to keep accounts in some convenient London, aud. ac.- Wm. Ackland, Salisbury-street, Lissonplace, which shall be open to inspection.

grove, and Fred. M. Goodwin, High-street, Portland-town, 28. Election auditor to publish abstract of such accounts. Middlesex, linendrapers, Oct. 18 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy,

29. Returning officer to appoint new election auditor in case London, aud. ac. sep. est. of Wm. Ackland.- Latimer Allen, of death, &c.

Peterborough, Northamptonshire, builder, Oct. 18 at 11, 30. Monies, &c. to be handed over to new election auditor. Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-D. M. Davidson and 31. Appointment and notification of agents.

Cosmo W. Gordon, Mincing-lane, and Cousin's-lane, Upper 32. Nomination of absent candidate's expenses.

Thames-street, London, colonial brokers, Oct. 13 at ii, 33. Payments before passing of act.

Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.- Robert Brown and 34. Election auditor, how paid.

John Burnham, Potton, Bedfordshire, common brewers, Oct. 35. In actions for penalties, parties, &c. to be competent 18 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Henry witnesses.

Taylor, Newbury, Berkshire, grocer, Oct. 26 at 1, Court of 36. Candidate declared guilty of bribery incapable of being Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.—Henry MGrotty, Liverpool, elected during Parliament then in existence.

merchant, Oct. 19 at il, District Court of Bankruptcy, Li. 37. Short title.

verpool, aud. ac.-J. N. Bateson, Rochdale, Lancashire, cot. 38. Interpretation of terms.

ton spinner, Oct. 24 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man. 39. Duration of act.

chester, aud. ac. ; Oct. 31 at 1, div.-J. H. Oates, Halifar,

Yorkshire, painter, Oct. 19 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, CAP. CIII.

Leeds, aud. ac.-). Greenwood, Keighley, Yorkshire, wool. An Act to make better Provision for the paving, lighting, stapler, Oct. 19 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds,

draining, cleansing, supplying with Water, and Regulation aud. ac.- Francis Kay, Sheffield, Yorkshire, cot-nail manu. of Towns in Ireland.

[10th August, 1854.] facturer, Oct. 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Shef. (To be continued).

field, aud. ac.-George Haslam, Higham, near Alfreton, Derbyshire, currier, Oct. 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy,

Sheffield, aud. ac.- Edward Cahan and James Vicat the London Gazettes.

younger, Strand, Middlesex, tailors, Oct. 30 at 12, Court of

Bankruptcy, London, div. joint and sep. ests.-A. Fielding, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6.

Greenwich, Kent, dealer in watches, Oct. 28 at 1, Court of

Bankruptcy, London, div.-Joseph Nash and Thomas Neale, BANKRUPTS.

Reigate and Dorking, Surrey, bankers, Oct. 28 at half-past THOMAS GEORGE CURTIS, Oxford, Middlesex, licensed 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, fin. div.-Spencer Ashlis,

victualler, Oct. 12 at balf-past 1, and Nov. 13 at 1, Court Eastcheap, London, cornfactor, Oct. 28 at 12, Court of Bankof Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sols. Bicknell ruptcy, London, div.-James Evans and George Davey, Brit. & Bickneli, 79, Connaught-terrace, Edgeware-road. —Peti. ton Ferry Ironworks, Glamorganshire, ironmasters, Nov. 2 at tion filed Oct. 3.

11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, div.-W. Green, JAMES THORNTON CARTWRIGHT, Apollo-buildings, Birkenhead, Cheshire, auctioneer, Oct. 30 at 11, District

East-street, Walworth, Surrey, timber merchant, Oct. 16 Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.- Richard Hadland, at 1, and Nov. 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. St. Helen's, Lancashire, glass manufacturer, Oct. 30 at 11, Ass. Lee; Sol. Adams, 16, George-street, Mansion House, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.-John A. C. London,-Petition filed Sept. 25.

Reimann and John G. Geller, Liverpool, merchants, Oct. 27 JOSEPH ASHER, Old Dalby, Leicestershire, miller, Oct. at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.-W..

17 and Nov. 14 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Not. Edmond and T. Edmond, Liverpool, merchants, Nov. 3 at 12, tingham : Off. Ass. Harris ; Sol. Giles, Loughborough. District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, div. sep. est, of - Petition dated Oct. 3.

| Wm. Edmond.

Lurers.

CERTIFICATES.

near Halifax, woollen cloth manufacturer. - Jonas Jowett, be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or Sheffield, cattle jobber. - John Layland, Raw Moor, near before the Day of Meeting.

Sheffield, out of business. - James Pickard, York, out of llfred Eyre, Norland-square, Notting-hill

, Middlesex, business.—Christopher Holgate, Shipley, near Bradford, out chant, Oct. 30 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, 'London.-J. of business. ---James

Walker, Eston in Cleveland, tea dealer. 18. Brant, Shoreditch, Middlesex, oilman, Oct. 26 at 2. Cordingley, Idle, near Bradford, stonemason.-A. Bromley,

- Edward Dixon, Bowling, near Bradford, grocer.-James irt of Bankruptcy, London.-W. Henry Fleming, Camwell, Surrey, brewer, Oct. 28 at !!, Court of Bankruptcy of flocks. ---Luke Lund, Bradford, butcher.- Samuel Pearson,

Leeds, sculptor.-Wm. Porritt, Gomersall, agent for the sale idon.-Henry Trilson, Old Swindon, Wiltshire, grocer, 1. 6 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol. -- John Morley, near Leeds, woollen cloth manufacturer.-Matthew tite, Ormskirk, Lancashire, builder, Oct. 30 at 11, District Butterworth, Morley, near Leeds, woollen cloth manufacturer. urt of Bankruptcy, Liverpool. - Richard Bench, Bir

- Benjamin Smith, Dewsbury, out of business. gham, flour dealer, Nov. 2 at 10, District Court of Bank. At the County Court of Warwickshire, at WARWICK, tcy, Birmingham.-Geo. Thomas Chantry, Birmingham,

Oct. 23 at 10. er box manufacturer, Nov. 2 at 10, District Court of Ann Cotterill, widow, Birmingham, out of business. ikruptcy, Birmingham.

At the County Court of Warwickshire, at COVENTRY, To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered.

Oct. 23 at 10. Francis Paxon, Bloomsbury-square, Middlesex, scrivener. Thomas Grimmit, Coventry, shopkeeper.James Heritage Edward Cahan, Strand, Middlesex, tailor.-John Hales the younger, Dunchurch, draper.-Wm. Berbury, Coventry, eel, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, seedsman. - George Forster, licensed victualler.— Thomas Partridge, Birmingham, out of erpool, stockbroker.- Samuel Boulton and J. Swindells, business. - John Wilton the younger, Birmingham, out of renfeld Works, near Holywell, Flintshire, spelter manu- business. Christopher Davis, Middleton, farm labourer.

Samuel Mottram, Tamworth, Staffordshire, out of business.Fuat ANNULLED.

Thomas Millership, Dudley, mine agent.—John J. Saunders, Samuel Beddoe, West Bromwich, Staffordshire, linen- Coventry, out of business.- Charles Phillips, Birmingham, per.

brass cock founder.-Joseph Phillips, Birmingham, provision Scotch SEQUESTRATION.

dealer.- John M'Cann, Birmingham, out of business.—Thos. Hugh Keith, Glasgow, potato dealer.

Carrington, Edgbaston, near Birmingham, cigar manufacturer. INSOLVENT DEBTORS

At the County Court of Kent, at Dover, Oct. 25 at ll. ho hare filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, Hudson, Brighton, Sussex, baker.

George R. Goodman, Brighton, Sussex, solicitor.—John me have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Process.

MEETING. Charles Stafford, Bristol, plasterer, Oct. 12 at half-past

Thomas Lancaster, Liverpool, assistant to a publican, Oct. County Court of Gloucestershire, 'at Bristol.- Edmund 21 at 11, at Frodsham's, Liverpool, sp. aff. lius Clark, Bristol, retailer of beer, Oct. 12 at half-past 10, unty Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol. - Francis Bennett,

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. elford, Northamptonshire, butcher, Oct. 27 at 11, County art of Leicestershire, at Lutterworth. - John Edwards,

BANKRUPTS. atton, Warwickshire, in no business, Oct. 23 at 10, County HENRY CHATTERIS, Lothbury, London, merchant, dealer art of Warwickshire, at Warwick.- Richard Hodkisson, and chapman, Oct. 19 at 11, and Nov. 21 at 12, Court of amington Priors, Warwickshire, painter, Oct. 23 at 10, Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell ; Sols. Reed & Co., vunty Court of Warwickshire, at Warwick.-Wm. Trepess, Friday-street, Cheapside, London. - Petition filed Oct. 7. ramington Priors, Warwickshire, hairdresser, Oct. 23 at 10, JOSEPH TREVETHAN, Lower Norwood, Surrey, brick. unty Court of Warwickshire, at Warwick.---Joseph Patti- maker, Oct. 25 at 11, and Nov. 21 at half-past 12, Court of 1, Morpeth, Northumberland, butcher, Oct. 27 at 10, Bankruptcy, London: Off, Ass. Stansfeld; Sols. Kingdon kanty Court of Northumberland, at Morpeth. - William & Shephard, 16, Clifford's-inn, Fleet-street, London.-Peti. acley, Holyhead, Anglesey, victualler, Oct. 18 at 11, tion filed Sept. 28. ounty Court of Anglesey, at Llangefni. — Thos. Shoesmith, THOMAS WAGHORN, Rochester, Kent, draper, dealer iley, Yorkshire, boot maker, Oct. 23 at 11, County Court and chapman, Oct. 25 at half-past 2, and Nov. 22 at 2, Yorkshire, at Otley.-Wm. Brearcliffe, Otley, Yorksbire, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Stansfeld ; Sol. t of business, Oct. 23 at 11, County Court of Yorkshire, Prall, jun., Warwick-chambers, Gray's-inn-square.- Peti. Otley.-- George Smart, Lydney, Gloucestershire, stationer, tion filed Sept. 12. 38. 6 at 11, County Court of Monmouthshire, at Chepstow. GEORGE FOX, Crombie's-row, Commercial-road East,

John Slater, Husthwaite, near Easingwold, Yorkshire, Middlesex, clothier, tailor, dealer and chapman, Oct. 21 leelwright, Oct. 24 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at and Nov. 25 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. isingwold. - George Felix Higgins. Bedford, dissenting Ass. Pennell ; Sol. Steinberg, 32, Bread.street, City.--Pe. nister, Oct. 20 at 10, County Court of Bedfordshire, at

tition dated Oct. 7. dford. - John Addicott, New Radford, Nottinghamshire, LEWIS BASSETT, Merthyr Tydvil, Glamorganshire, grocer, holsterer, Oct. 24 at 10. County Court of Nottinghamshire, dealer and chapman, Oct. 23 and Nov. 21 at 11, District Nottingham.Joseph Jackson, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Hutton; Sols. il maker, Oct. 25 at 10, County Court of Nottinghamshire, Castle & Co., Bristol.--Petition filed Sept. 30. Bingham.- Bartholomew Beckelt, Little Dunham, Norfolk, JOHN HUGHES, Bangor, Carnarvonshire, innkeeper, Oct. Demaker, Oct. 25 at half-past 10, County Court of Norfolk, 20 and Nov. 16 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, LiverEast Dereham.

pool: Off. Ass. Turner; Sols. Evans & Son, Liverpool.

Petition filed Oct. 9. Le following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and dealt DANIEL LONGDIN, Manchester, ironfounder, Oct. 23 and wilh according lo the Statute:

Nov. 10 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester :

Off. Ass. Hernaman ; Sol. Blair, Manchester.-Petition 1 the County Court of Carnarvonshire, at CARNARVON,

filed Oct. 5. Oct. 21 at 10.

JOSEPH BURGE GODFREY, Taunton, Somersetshire, W. Jones, Dinas Velinheli, Llanfairisgaer, master mariner. coachmaker, Oct. 20 and Nov. 23 at 1, District Court of 1 the County Court of Yorkshire, at YORK, Oct. 23 at 9. Bankruptcy, Exeter : Off. Ass. Hirtzel ; Sols. H. C. & John Garlick, Meltham, near Huddersfield, out of business. F. A. Trenchards, Taunton; Stogdon, Exeter.-Petition John Taylor, Whitley Lower, near Dewsbury, out of busi

filed Oct. 9. 88.-- James Orton, Marsett, near Hawes, husbandman.

MEETINGS. 'm. Gilder, Kirkgate, Bradford, tea dealer.-C. Rayner, Samuel Routledge, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, dyer, Nov. 13 eds, labourer. john Womack, York, out of business.- at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, pr. d.-Nathan 'm. B. Metcalf, Horton, near Bradford, architect.-John Langlands, Dartford, Kent, grocer, Oct. 21 at 11, Court of lilner, Leeds, out of business.--Thos. Greenwood, Sowerby, Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. ; Oct. 31 at half.past 1, div.

Edwin Pritchard, Southampton, brick manufacturer, Oct. 21

PETITIONS ANNULLED. at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-J. G. Lacy, Francis Burrow, Redruth, Cornwall, draper.-W. Beckett, Great St. Helen's, Bishopsgate-street, London, gun manufac- Gillingham, Norfolk, cattle dealer.- Henry Kerfoot, Bedford, turer, Oct. 31 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. near Leigh, Lancashire, silk manufacturer. - Thomas Harvey, Twyford-street, Caledonian-road, Isling

PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. ton, Middlesex, builder, Oct. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy,

Henry Philipps, Robt. Voss, and Edward Augustus Marte London, aud. ac.— Wm. Holloway, Watford, Hertfordshire, den, Sise-lane, London, attornies and solicitors, (so far as recoal merchant, Oct. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, gards Robert Voss). aud. ac.— Henry Pearse, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, and Fins

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. bury-place South, London, merchant, Oct. 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-E. T. Roe, Brighton-place, Theatre.-James Wilson, deceased, 'Haylee, near Largs.-J.

Jas. Calvert, deceased, Glasgow, proprietor of the Queen's Brixton-road, Surrey, oilman, Oct. 21 at 12, Court of Bank Simpson, deceased, Broomhill, by Invergordon, Ross-shire, ruptcy, London, aud. ac.-J. P. Brierley, S. Brierley, and farmer.-- Goldie fe Inglis, Glasgow, ironfounders.—J. & W. G. Brierley, Oldham, Lancashire, cotton spinners, Oct. 26 at Scott, Glasgow, ship brokers.- Robert Gallacher, Greenock, 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. ; Nov. 2 at 12, div.-W. Edmond and T. Edmoud, Liverpool,

fishmonger.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS merchants, Nov. 4 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, and. ac.-Wm. Green, Birkenhead, Cheshire, auc

Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, tioneer, Oct. 23 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool,

and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from

Process. aud. ac.-R. Hadland, St. Helen's, Lancashire, glass manufacturer, Oct. 23 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, Henry Challenger, Bishport, Somersetshire, out of business, aud. ac. -John Clegg, Liverpool, licensed victualler, Oct. 23 Nov. 9 at half-past 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.- Bristol.-Walter A. Lane, Bristol, cabinet maker, Nov. 2 at Howard Busby Fox, Liverpool, metal broker, Oct. 23 at 11, half-past 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.-Henry Henry Jones, Bristol, beer retailer, Nov. 9 at half past 10, Endacott, Okehampton, Devonshire, innkeeper, Oct. 24 at 1, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.-Joseph Taylor, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac.— Geo. Fred. Leicester, baker, Nov. 15 at 10, County Court of LeicesterBloxam, Lukesland-grove, near Ivy Bridge, Devonshire, shire, at Leicester. Joseph Wade, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, horse dealer, Oct. 24 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, builder, Oct. 26 at 10, County Court of Derbyshire, at Belper. Exeter, aud. ac. - George Ogalbe, Plymouth, Devonshire, - Sarah Brice, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, out of business, builder, Oct. 23 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Ply. Nov. 8 at 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham. mouth, aud. ac.-T. Jewitt and Edmund Micklewood, Ply. -James Hughes, Straits, near Sedgley, Staffordshire, car. mouth, Devonshire, stationers, Oct. 23 at 1, District Court of penter, Oct. 27 at 9, County Court of Worcestershire, at Bankruptcy, Plymouth, aud. ac.Henry Preston Goodwin, Dudley.-James Davis, Tipton, Staffordshire, grocer, Oct. 27 Solihull, Warwickshire, tallow chandler, Nov. 1 at 10, District at 9, County Court of Worcestershire, at Dudley.-William Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. - Wm. Ackland, Summers, Broadway, Somersetshire, land surveyor, Nov. 22 Salisbury-street, Lisson-grove, and Fred. Mason Goodwin, at 10, County Court of Somersetshire, at Langport.- Oliver High-street, Portland-street, Middlesex, linendrapers, Oct. Dring, Cambridge, pork butcher, Oct. 23 at 10, County Court 31 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. joint est., and of Cambridgeshire, at Cambridge.- Charles Robinson, Camdiv. sep. est. of William Ackland. - Robert Brown and bridge, pork butcher, Oct. 23 at 10, County Court of Cam. John Burnham, Potton, Bedfordshire, common brewers, Oct. bridgeshire, at Cambridge. - Charles King, Cherryhinton, 31 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div., and Cambridgeshire, licensed victualler, Oct. 23 at 10, County div. sep. est. of Robert Brown.- Thomas Davis and Wm. Court of Cambridgeshire, at Cambridge.-- Alfred W. Driver, Whitehouse Granger Garrett, Rathbone-place, Oxford-st., Cambridge, baker, Oct. 23 at 10, County Court of CambridgeMiddlesex, export oilmen, Oct. 31 at 1, Court of Banks shire, at Cambridge.-Wm. Thomas, Aberdare, Glamorganruptcy, London, div.-J. Stapp, Snow-hill, London, whole. sbire, tailor, Oct. 12 at 10, County Court of Glamorganshire, sale cheesemonger, Nov. 2 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon at Merthyr Tydvil. don, div.-Robert Robson and John Thomas Robson, Derby, The following Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed in silk manufacturers and silk throwsters, Oct. 24 at 10, District

the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection from Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, aud. ac. ; Oct. 31 at 10,

Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter div. — Henry Anderson, Leicester, manufacturer of carved

mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Linframes, Oct. 24 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Not

coln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with tingham, aud. ac. ; Oct. 31 at 10, div.- Thomas Robinson,

according to the Statute:Hexham, Northumberland, currier, Nov. 3 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, div.-H. Wm. Nov. 22 at 10, before the Chier COMMISSIONER. Gibb, Liverpool, shipowner, Nov. 2 at 11, District Court of Wm. Russell, Hammersmith, Middlesex, cab proprietor. Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.John Thomson and William Samuel Atkins the younger, Berkeley.mews, Portman-square, Leith, Liverpool, timber merchants, Nov. 2 at 11, District Middlesex, in no business.- Joseph Stammers, Brydges-street, Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div. sep. est. of W. Leith.- Covent-garden, Middlesex, musical director. - Samuel Palmer, Edmund Whittenbury Robinson, Liverpool, cotton broker, Praed.street, Paddington, Middlesex, clerk to an alpaca merNov. 2 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div. chant.—Thomas Adams, Great Warner-street, Clerkenwell, CERTIFICATES.

Middlesex, wheelwright.— Thomas Clarke, Mace-st., Hackney, To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or

Middlesex, foreman to an engineer. before the Day of Meeting.

Dec. 14 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner PHILLIPS. John Featon, Three-colt-street, Limehouse, Middlesex,

Peter N. Adkins, Willow-street, Grange-road, Bermondsey, draper, Nov. 7 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-H. Surrey, out of business.- Thomas E. Souper, St. Bride's Busby Fox, Liverpool, metal broker, Nov. 1 at 11, District passage, Fleet-street, London, clerk to an engineer.-Willies Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.—Samuel Routledge, Hud- Jones, Skinner-street, Bishopsgate-street Without, London, dersfield, Yorkshire, dyer, Nov. 13 at 11, District Court of cowkeeper.- Thomas Eames, Acacia Cottage, Downham-road, Bankruptcy, Leeds.- George Edwin Tovey, Evesham, Wor: Kingsland-road, Middlesex, tailor. Thomas Taylor, Ste cestershire, innkeeper, Nov. 2 at 10, District Court of Bank- George's place, Hyde-park, Middlesex, carpenter. — George ruptcy, Birmingham.

N. Turnbull, Smirk's-road, Old Kent-road, Surrey, clerk to

a builder.— Thomas Cheal, Mill-lane, Brixton-hill, Brixton, To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. Charles Evans, New Bond-street, Middlesex, auctioneer.- Surrey, carman.John Harvey, Great Warley, Essex, baker. James Vicat the younger, Strand, Middlesex, tailor.-- Giulio

Saturday, Oct. 7. Buono, Fenchurch-street, London, merchant.-Auguste Sil- Assignees have been appointed in the following Cases. Fue destre, Argyll-street, Regent-street, Middlesex, importer of ther particulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal fancy goods.- Thomas Wilkinson, Grosvenor-street, Eaton- street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the square, Middlesex, coal merchant.-Edward Thomas Roe, Case. Brighton-place, Brixton-road, Surrey, oilman.

Thomas Parnell the younger, Westbury-road, Harrow

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