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DWARD KEGG, Liverpool, and Birkenhead, Cheshire, H. Jesse, Basingstoke, Southampton, corn factor, Nov. 15 coal dealer, Nov. 3 and 30 at 11, District Court of Bank- at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Wm. H. Hemsruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Turner; Sols. Stockley & worth, Primrose-st., Bishopsgate-street, London, wine mer. Thompson, Liverpool. - Petition filed Oct. 20.

chant, Nov. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. BRAHAM DAVIS, Tottenham-court-road, Middlesex,

CERTIFICATES. hardwareman, and dealer in china and glass, Oct. 31 at To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or half-past 1, and Nov. 30 at half-past 2, Court of Bank.

before the Day of Meeting. ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Lee; Sol. Braham, 12, Furni.

Wm. Speller, Warwick-road West, Paddington, Middlesex, val's-inn, Holborn, London.-- Petition filed Oct. 21. DAN FULLWOOD, Birmingham, brass candlestick manu.

builder, Nov. 14 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London - John facturer, dealer and chapman, Nov. 3 and 30 at half-past London, warehousemen, Nov. 14 at half.past 1, Court of

M'Calla and Alex. Fotheringham, Friday-street, Cheapside, 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Bittleston ; Sol. Hawkes, Birmingham. – Petition dated Camberwell, Surrey, builder, Nov. 23 at half-past 1, Court of

Bankruptcy, London.-W. Henry Unwin, Belle-vue-terrace, Oct. 18. SADORE BERNSTEIN, (sometimes called JOSEPH Bankruptcy, London.-Eliz. Munting and J. Munting, Little BERNSTEIN), formerly of Essex-street, Strand, Middle. Moorfields, London, licensed carmen, Nov. 15 at half-past 12, sex, outfitter ; afterwards of California, America ; more re

Court of Bankruptcy, London.-W. Geldart, North Shields, cently of Melbourne, Victoria, South Australia ; and now

Northumberland, shipowner, Nov. 16 at half-past 11, District of Liverpool, Lancashire, commission agent and merchant, Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. - Geo. Lowry, Nov. 7 and 28 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liver: Salford, Lancashire,

flax spinner, Nov. 15 at 12, District pool: Off. Ass. Cazenore; Sols. Evans & Son, Liverpool. End, near Stuckport, Cheshire, silk manufacturer, Nov. 15 at

Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.-Alfred Burrows, Mile - Petition filed Oct. 21. LICHARD FORSHAW, Liverpool, machine maker, dealer 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.-R. Mason, and chapman, Nov. 7 and 28 at 11, District Court of Bank- Manchester, stationer, Nov. 15 at 12, District Court of Bank ruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Cazenove ; Sol. Bremner, shire, innkeeper, Nov. 16 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy,

ruptcy, Manchester.—Jas. Lawrenceson, Blackpool, Lanca. Liverpool.- Petition filed Oct. 18. OSEPH SMITH and RALPH SIMPSON, Burnley, Lan. Liverpool. – Wm. Banfield, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, cashire, ironfounders, Nov. 9 and 30 at 12, District Court hop merchant, Nov. 16 at half-past 10, District Court of of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Of. Ass. Hernaman; Sol.

Bankruptcy, Birmingham.
Slater, Manchester.- Petition filed Oct. 18.

To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered.

Stephen Wiles, St. Neots, Huntingdonshire, brewer.-D. George Edmund Shuttleworth, Mark Hodgson Shuttle. Knight,, Cheapside, London, warehouseman.- John porth, and George Edmund Shuttleworth the younger, Poul Milnes, Rochdale, Lancashire, woolstapler.-William Guest, ry, London, auctioneers, Nov. 6 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy merchant. --- Samuel Youds, Birkenhead, Cheshire, joiner.

Manchester, commission agent.--Hen. Brownentt, Liverpool, London, last ex.-Morris Schwartz, Haydon-square, Mi. ories, Middlesex, clothier, Nov. 6 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy,

London, last ex.- Richard Clark and John Inglis, King's. Ebenezer Davidson, Leith, ship broker.--Francis Jardine,
ross, Middlesex, drapers, Nov. 8 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, Edinburgh, wine merchant.
London, last ex.- Washington Yarroll and Thomas Hallam,

High-street, Borongh, Surrey, tailors, Nov. 4 at 12, Court of
Bankruptcy, London, last ex.-William Champion Eaton, Monmouthshire, at Newport.

Elizabeth Green Wait, Nov. 8 at 12, County Court of
Maidstone-wharf, Upper Thames-st., London, flour wharfinger,
Nov. 4 at half-pas: ii, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last

INSOLVENT DEBTORS X-Frances Fanny Nevett and John Finlayson, Hampstead. Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, road, Middlesex, brass founders, Nov. 7 at 11, Court of Bank- and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from ruptcy, London, aud. ac.- Edward Arthur Weeks and Alfred Process. Wm. G. Weeks, Park-cottage. King's-road, Chelsea, Middle- Thomas Hill, Bristol, baker, Dec. 7 at half-past 10, sex, horticultural builders, Nov. 7 at 12, Court of Bank- County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.---Charles Perry ruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Fred. Smith, Standon, near Ware, Raffilis, Bristol, packing-case manufacturer, Nov. 23 at half. Hertfordshire, miller, Nov. 4 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, past 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.-Geo. London, aud. ac.- Chas. While, Whatford, Hertfordshire, Bush, Bristol, in no business, Dec. 7 at half-past 10, County sheap dealer, Nov. 3 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.- John Paddle, Debtac. - Wm. Paton, Bread-street, London, warehouseman, Nov. ling, Kent, boot maker, Nov. 7 at 12, County Court of Kent, 3 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.- at Maidstone. -Thos. Hoad, Maidstone, Kent, baker, Nov. 7 Wm. Astins, Joiners' Hall-buildings, Upper Thames-street, at 12, County Court of Kent, at Maidstone. -- John Glover London, and Upper Fountain-place, City-road, Middlesex, the younger, 'Warrington, Lancashire, travelling tea dealer, machine printer, Nov. 3 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Nov. 9 at 16, County Court of Lancashire, at Warrington.London, aud. ac.- Ward West Arliss, Plymouth, Devon- Matthew Hume, Hexham, Northumberland, tailor, Nov. 15 at shire, ale merchant, Nov. 3 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, 12, County Court of Northumberland, at Hexham.-Edwin aud. ac.-Samuel Turner Proul, Addle-street, Wood-street, Griffin, Prestleigh, Doulting, Somersetshire, land drainer, Cheapside, London, licensed victualler, Nov. 3 at 2, Court of

ov. 16 at 11, County Court of Somersetshire, at Wells. Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.— Thomas Stenhouse, Friday. street, Cheapside, London, warehouseman, Nov. 3 at 11, The followiny Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed in Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.— Robt. P. Stephens,

the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection from Liverpool, shipowner, Nov. 13 at 11, District Court of Bank. Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter ruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.; Nov. 14 at 11, div.-Henry Car

mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Linrington, Mile End, near Stockport, Cheshire, nurseryman,

coln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with Nos. 9 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud.

according to the Statute :ac. - James Acomb, Blackburn, Lancashire, and York, draper,

Nov. 24 at 10, before the Chief COMMISSIONER. No. 9 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester,

Henry Restall, Macclesfield-street North, City-road, Midaud. ac.-John Fitles and Robt. Filles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dlesex, clerk to an ironmonger.- Henry Darke, Ranelagh-st., Northumberland, and Gateshead, Durham, tea dealers, Nov. Pimlico, Middlesex, clerk in the General Registry-office, 7 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Somerset-house.-John Judd, Kent-street, Southwark, Suraud. ac. joint and sep. ests. ; Nov. 21 at 11, last ex. and rey, baker.-Henry Porter, Ealing, Middlesex, shoemaker.div. joint est.-Wm. Graham, Wigton, Cumberland, grocer, George Norman, Štratford, Essex, confectioner. - Frederick Nov. 9 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon Armstrong, Lower Sussex-place, Old Kent-road, Surrey, Tyne, aud. ac.-J. Harrison, Sunderland, Durham, licensed clerk in her Majesty's dockyard. victualler, Nov. 14 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Jan. 4 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner Phillips. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.Ralph Hutchinson, Monk Charles Evan Streachan, Manor. place, Upper Holloway, wearmouth Shore, Durham, shipbuilder, Nov. 7 at 12, Dis- Middlesex, cheesemonger.- Jas. Hilaro Maskell, Richmond. trict Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.- road, Islington, Middlesex, bookkeeper at the Crystal Palace

at Sydenham.- Thomas Wooldridge, Shepherd-st., Hanover. Commercial-road East, Middlesex, clerk in the Audit-office, square, Oxford-st., Middlesex, lodging-house keeper.—John Somerset-house : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid. Drew, Bond's-place, Rye-lane, Peckham, Surrey, surveyor.- dlesex.- George Richardson, Alexandrian-cottages, Queen's. Wm. Wells Ford, Deptford-green, Deptford, Kent, barman. road, Dalston, Middlesex, smith : in the Debtors Prison for -James Morley Cogswell, Harford-place, West-street, Wal London and Middlesex.-Wm. Dunford, Upper Berkeley-st., worth, Surrey, carpenter.---James Finch, York-place, Step- Portman-square, Middlesex, saddler : in the Debtors Prison ney, Middlesex, out of business.-John Collins, Seaward-st., for London and Middlesex.-G. L. Story, Moreton-terrace, Goswell-st., St. Luke's, Middlesex, awl maker.

Kentish-town, Middlesex, house agent: in the Debtors Pric Saturday, Oct. 21.

son for London and Middlesex.- Robert Smith, Crofton Mills, Assignees have been appointed in the following Cases. Fur.

Blyth, Northumberland, mariner : in the Gaol of Surrey.-H. ther particulars may be learned at the Office, in Portugal.

R. Quartley, New Bond-street, Middlesex, clerk in boly street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the

orders: in the Gaol of Dover.-C. Coppinger, Folkestone,

Kent, custom-house agent : in the Gaol of Dover.- Thomas Case.

Penk, Manchester, grocer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-W. Charles John Penney, Roberts-place, Commercial-road

Josling, Bradford, Yorkshire, shoemaker: in the Gaol of East, Middlesex, manufacturer of varnish, No. 64,664 T.;

1: York. - Daniel Hartnett, White Windows, Sowerby, York. Joseph Francis Holmes, assignee.-Charles Kemp, Crowfield,

shire, schoolmaster: in the Gaol of York.-Wm. Heafield, near Debenham, Suffolk, bricklayer, No. 78,400 C.; Samuel

Birmingham, builder : in the Gaol of Coventry.-W. Hosper, Mann, assignee.- Samuel Haigh, Leeds, Yorkshire, flax

Astwood, Feckenham, Worcestershire, carpenter: in the Gaol dresser, No. 78,693 C.; Alexander Blenkinsop, assignee.

of Worcester.- Wm. Pashley, Leeds, Yorkshire, boatman : William Bracewell, Bradford, Yorkshire, provision dealer,

in the Gaol of York.-James Glover, Shipley, near Bradford, No. 78,758 C.; William Pratt Tattersall, assignee.-Joseph Harrison, Bradford, Yorkshire, butcher, No. 78,769 C.;

Yorkshire, agent for the sale of spirituous liquors : in the Gaol

of York.- Robert Myers, Leeds, Yorkshire, hay dealer : in the William Pratt Tattersall, assignee.- William Danby, Caistor,

Gaol of York.- Frederick Hurlston, Birmingham, out of bu. Lincolnshire, plumber, No. 76,515 C.; John Robinson,

siness : in the Gaol of Coventry.-Henry C. Buller, Birmingassignee.

ham, retail brewer: in the Gaol of Coventry.-F. W. Roof, Saturday, Oct. 21.

Canterbury, Kent, out of business : in the Gaol of Maidstone. Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee

- Abraham Whitehead, Lee Bankbottom, Ovendon, near Ha. the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:-

lifax, Yorkshire, grocer: in the Gaol of York.-G. Cadman, (On their own Petitions).

Heaton Norris, Lancashire, out of business: in the Gaol of Fred. Bond, Great Amwell, Hertfordshire, out of business : Lancaster.-Henry Sagar, Padiham, Lancashire, out of busi. in the Gaol of Hertford.-James Jones, Openshaw, near Man ness : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- John Austin, Blackburn, chester, plumber: in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Robt. Bagnall, Lancashire, woollen flock dealer: in the Gaol of Lancaster.Manchester, overlooker in a cotton factory : in the Gaol of Richard Lolli, Wigan, Lancashire, cabinet maker: in the Gaol Lancaster. John Hardman, Manchester, grocer : in the Gaol of Lancaster. - Thomas Besley, Tiverton, Devonshire, livery. of Lancaster.- Patrick Murphy, Manchester, general marble stable keeper : in the Gaol of St. Thomas-the-Apostle.-G. muson : in the Gaol of Lancaster.-W. Lightboun, Eccleshill, Piggin, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, retail dealer in ale : in the near Over Darwen, Lancashire, licensed victualler : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Robert Tinker, Manchester, out of busi. Gaol of Lancaster.-Thos. Booth, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, ness: in the Gaol of Lancaster.-Andrew Cockshut, Black. Manchester, commercial traveller : in the Gaol of Lancaster. burn, Lancashire, provision dealer: in the Gaol of Lancaster. -Thos. Webb, Fenton, near Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, -James Rogers, Liverpool, out of business : in the Gaol of grocer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Wm. Wyatt, Adderbury, Lancaster, --- John Donagan, Dartmoor Barracks, Devonshire, Oxfordshire, stonemason : in the Gaol of Oxford. - David pensioner : in the Gaol of St. Thomas-the-Apostle.-A. 0. Prosser, Werndew, near Bridgend, Glamorganshire, farm Luscombe, Stonehouse, Devonshire, dealer in fruit : in the labourer: in the Gaol of Cardiff.-R. Frederick Bankes, Gaol of St. Thomas-the-Apostle.- John Rhodes, Sherwood, Brighton, Sussex, licensed victualler : in the Gaol of Lewes. Nottinghamshire, out of employ: in the Gaol of Nottingham. -John Yates the elder, Colton, near Rugeley, Staffordshire, -Wm. H. Podmore, Balsall-heath, Worcestershire, out of farmer : in the Gaol of Stafford. -- Benjamin Springall, Nor- | business : in the Gaol of Worcester. wich, out of business : in the Gaol of Norwich.-Francis

acis The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Jay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, baker: in the Gaol of Nor

the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt wich.-Geo. Smith, Saddleworth, Yorkshire, out of business : in the Gaol of York.-Wm. Smith, Saddleworth, Yorkshire,

with according to the Statute:out of business : in the Gaol of York.- Robert Vickers Moyse,

Nov. 7 at 10, before the Chief COMMISSIONER. Bridge-road, Stratford, Essex, out of business : in the Gaol

William Lellan, Munster-street, Regent's-park, Middlesex, of Springfield.-Samuel Emmott, Burnley, Lancashire, mous-mining agent. selin de laine manufacturer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.

Nov. 7 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. William Rayner the younger, Halstead, Essex, blacksmith :

Charles John Philip Howting, Cowcross-street, Middlesex, in the Gaol of Springfield.--John S. Richmond, Bisbrooke, | grocer. Rutlandshire, farm bailiff: in the Gaol of Oakham.- Robert The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Marr, Kingston-upon-Hull, out of business : in the Gaol of a Judge of the County Court, to be examined and deali Kingston-upon-Hull. - Thomas Batcock, Milton, Cambridge with according to the Statute :-shire, publican : in the Gaol of Cambridge. - George James At the County Court of Kent, at MAIDSTONE, Nov. 7 at 12. Moors, Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, Dorsetshire, beer- John Down, Maidstone, brick merchant.-F. W. Roof, house keeper: in the Gaol of Dorchester.-Charles Edward Canterbury, out of business. Townsend, Painswick, Gloucestershire, saddler : in the Gaol of

| At the County Court of Cornwall, at BODMIN, Nov. 8

a Gloucester.-J. Frankish, Bridlington, Yorkshire, auctioneer :

at 10. in the Gaol of Kingston-upon-Hall.-Joseph Brand, North

Charles Sanders, Truro, innkeeper.
Shields, Northumberland, builder : in the Gaol of Morpeth.-1
William Williams, King's Sutton, near Banbury, Oxfordshire,

At the County Court of Essex, at CHELMSFORD, Nov. 9

at 12. out of business : in the Gaol of Oxford.Robert Balls, Brix

Robert V. Moyse, Stratford, out of business.-W. Rayner ton-hill, Surrey, not in any business : in the Gaol of Surrey. -Wm. M.Dowell, Hill-cottage, Shooter's-hill, Kent, insu- 1

• the younger, Halstead, blacksmith. rance agent : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.

| At the County Court of Devonshire, at EXETER, Nor. 14

at 10. -John Mee, Crown-hill, Norwood, Surrey, licensed retailer

T. W. J. Forwood, Tiverton, attorney-at-law. of beer : in the Queen's Prison.-Wm. Henry Wren, Wel. lington-street, Chelsea, Middlesex, bricklayer : in the Debtors

CHANCERY BILLS and CLAIMS.-C. H. STOWERS, Prison for London and Middlesex.—John Savage, King's Arms

U Law Stationer, Printer, &c., No. 7, Warwick-court, Gray's-on, Livery Stables, Blackfriars-road, Surrey, livery-stable keeper : begs to submit to the Legal Profession the following list of prices for in the Gaol of Surrey.-John Neighbour, Albion-street, Cale printing Bills and Claims, inclusive of paper:-For 30 and not exceeding donian-road, Middlesex, cook : in the Debtors Prison for

50 copies, 28s. per sheet (four pages); for 50 and not exceeding 109

copies, 358. per sheet; for 100 and not exceeding 150 copies, 45s, per London and Middlesex.-F. W. Wightman, William-street, I sheet.



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Jun., of the Inner Temple, Esqrs., Barristers at Law. Also, a Treat sea By MARTIN ARCHER SHEE, Esq., Barrister at Law.

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Martin v. Wellsted.—(Charitable Trust-Morlmain) 941 Finch v. Shaw.-Colyer o. Finch.-(Purchaser with. out Notice-Prior Incumbrance-Laches of Mort.

COURT OF QUEEN's Bench. gagee-Possession of Title DeedsCharge of Le

Maclae v. Sutherland.-(Banking Company-Unregis. gacies)

935 tered Company-Deed of Settlement-Power of

Directors to bind Shareholders—Borrowing or VICE-CHANCELLOR STUART's Court.

taking up Money at Interest'' Issue of Notes with

Coupons-Ratification by Shareholders-Joint and Simpson v. Sadd.-(Lessor and Lessee Agreement

several Note-Action by Holder of Note-Money Title-Waiver - Specific Performance) 938 lent)



plaintiff is personally interested. The declaration is to

set forth suficient grounds on which the claim is founded, Tue writ of mandamus, which has been of so high a and that the plaintiff is personally interested therein, character as seldom to fall within the reach of her Ma- and that he sustains or may sustain damage by the nonjesty's subjects, promises all at once to become a very performance of such duty, and that performance has popular weapon in the hands of litigant parties. Pro- been demanded by him, and refused or neglected. The ceedings with regard to the old prerogative writ are pleadings and proceedings to be the same, and costs resimplified by the Common-law Procedure Act, 1854: coverable, as in an ordinary action for the recovery of the rule for the issuing of the writ may be absolute in damages. If judgment is given for the writ to issue, the first instance, the writ bear teste on the day of its the Court may, besides issuing execution for costs and issuing, and be returnable forth with, in term or in damages, also issue a peremptory writ of mandamus, Vacation; and the provisions of the Procedure Acts, to which no return but that of compliance shall be 1852 and 1854, are to apply, so far as they are ap- allowed. It may be enforced by attachment, and have plicable, to the pleadings and proceedings upon the the same effect as a peremptory writ of mandamus writ. (Sects. 76, 77).

issued out of the Court of Queen's Bench. The Court It is by means of a writ of mandamus also that the may also order the act to be done by the plaintiff or new jurisdiction conferred on common-law courts, for some other person at the expense of the defendant. enforcing the specific performance of contracts, is to be (Sects. 68-74). exercised; and it is to this procedure that we are now It is to be observed, that the writ may be claimed in about to call attention.

the Exchequer or Common Pleas as well as the Queen's The language of the chief section on this subject is Bench. The duty to be fulfilled means, we presume, a curious, but we believe was rendered so by late altera- duty or obligation recognised at law, whether arising tions made in the bill during its progress, and not by from a contract or from the relation of parties*, and its original framers. Indeed, we may remark, with not a merely equitable duty. Suppose, for instance, respect to the composition of the act of 1854, that it is an agreement to execute a lease; the claim may be for deserving of much praise on account of its brevity and damages for breach of the agreement, and for a mancondensation. We doubt whether any statute working damus to compel the defendant to execute the lease. such great changes was ever expressed in such few By some, we believe, it is considered that the words words. The common effect of extreme brevity, namely, will not only include equitable duties, but even confer obscurity, will probably be found in some few of its a larger jurisdiction than that which has been exercised sections; but taken as a whole, and without reference in equity—e. g. the compelling an actor to performt, to some of the clumsy additions and omissions for or the enforcing a contract for the sale of good-will of a which certain members of the Legislature are answer business. The plaintiff must be “personally” interested able, we consider it almost a model act.

in the fulfilment of the duty—the word originally used To return to specific performance: it is enacted, that was “individually.” May parties suing en autre droit, the plaintiff in any action in any of the superior courts, or for injuries to relative rights, have a mandamus? except replevin and ejectment, may indorse upon the How is the defendant to object that it is not a proper writ and copy to be served a notice that he intends to claim a writ of mandamus, and may thereupon claim * This was, it seems, the intention of the Common-law in the declaration, either together with any other de- Commissioners. (See Second Report, p. 39). mand which may now be enforced in such action, or probably seen that Mademoiselle Rachel was lately decreed by

+ See Kemble v. Kean, (6 Sim. 333). Our readers have separately, a writ of mandamus, commanding the de- the French Court to perform a character written for her at her fendant to fulfil any duty in the fulfilment of which the own request, or to pay heavy penalties. Vol. XVIII,


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