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or retain the produce of such land, or of any part thereof, and their order, and, on the application of any purchaser, to issue they may, in their discretion, deal with such interests in such an order for the delivery to him of the possession of the land one of the two following ways as they think just; that is to sold, or of such part thereof as may not be in the occupation of say, they may either make the sale subject to such interests, any person subject to whose interest the sale was made. or may cause such interests to be valued at a gross amount, 40. Upon a sale of land under this act an incumbrancer or and treat the amount so valued as an incumbrance, assigning other interested person, (with the exception of the person upon thereto such priority as they think fit.
whose application the sale was made), and with the leave of the 34. In cases where any land to be sold is subject
commissioners such last-mentioned person, may purchase such To dower or any interests in the nature of dower,
land or any part thereof; and if an incumbrancer becomes a To any annual or contingent incumbrance,
purchaser, he may, if the commissioners think fit, retain out of To any incumbrance under the terms of which the incum the purchase money such amount as would, in the judgment of brancer cannot be required to accept payment of the prin. the commissioners, he eventually payable thereout to him in cipal money for a term of years yet to come,
respect of his incumbrance, or any less sum on account of such the commissioners sball deal with such interests in one of the amount, and pay the residue only into the Bank or commissa. two following ways; that is to say, they shall either make the riat chest; and such retainer shall be without prejudice to the sale subject to such dower, interests, or incumbrances, or they power of the commissioners to require such purchaser to pay may, with the consent of the parties entitled to such dower, back into the Bank or commissariat chest the whole or any part interests, or incumbrances, cause the same to be valued at of the amount so retained by him, in the event of their aftera gross amount, assigning thereto such priority as they think wards determining that he is not entitled to retain the same. just.
41. The commissioners shall apply the money arising from 35. Every sale of land in pursuance of this act shall be any sale made by them in satisfaction of the payments herein. made, under the control and direction of the commissioners, after mentioned according to the order following; that is to say, by public sale or private contract, together or in parcels, at Firstly, in paying to her Majesty or the government of the such time and place, and generally in such manner, as the colony the consideration for the purchase of such Crown commissioners think fit; and every conveyance of land so sold rents or other like sums, if any, as the commissioners may shall be made by the commissioners under their seal, and shall have thought fit to commute in manner aforesaid: be signed by the chief commissioner, or such other commis Secondly, in paying all costs, charges, and expenses of and sioner or commissioners as the chief commissioner may direct, incidental to the sale, including the application for the and the execution by any other party of such conveyance shall same, or such of them as they think fit to allow : be unnecessary; and such conveyance shall express the interests Thirdly, in satisfying the incumbrances affecting such land and incumbrances (if any) subject to which the sale is made, according to their priorities : and may be in such form as the commissioners may, by order, And, lastly, in paying the surplus to the parties who were from time to time direct, or as near thereto as circumstances previously to the sale entitled to such land as owners, if permit.
such parties had an absolute interest therein, but if they 36. No sale made by the commissioners shall affect any of had not an absolute interest, then the commissioners shall the following rights or payments :
lay out the same in manner hereinafter mentioned: Any right of common, right of way, or other easement; and for the purposes of this act the commissioners shall hate Any tithes or like ecclesiastical dues ;
power, having due regard to the laws and customs of each Any Crown rents or other like sums payable at fixed periods colony, to declare the rights and priorities of all parties inte.
to her Majesty or to the government of the colony; rested in such land, whether as owners, incumbrancers, or except in cases where the commissioners undertake to com. otherwise howsoever. mute such Crown rents or other like sums as aforesaid, which 42. In cases where the parties, who were previously to the they shall be at liberty to do, with the sanction of the Legislature sale entitled to such land as owners, had not an absolute in. of such colony, in cases where they think it will be for the terest, such surplus as aforesaid of the purchase money shall be benefit of the parties interested in the produce of such sale ; | settled to the same uses, upon the same trusts, and in the same and if they do so, they shall express in the conveyance that the manner to and in which the land sold stood settled, or such of land sold is discharged from such Crown rents or other sums, them as may be capable of taking effect; and until such money as the case may be.
is so laid out, it may be paid to trustees to be appointed or 37. The purchase money on erery sale shall be paid, as the approved by the commissioners, for the purpose of being so commissioners may direct, either into the Bank of England, laid out as aforesaid, with such power for the investment or into the commissariat chest of some colony named by them, thereof in government or colonial stocks, funds, or securities and be carried to an account to be opened in the name of the in the meantime, and such directions for the payment of the commissioners to the credit in each case of the land, (describing income of such investment in the manner in which the rents of the same by the name of the plantation or estate to which it the land to be purchased would be applicable, as the commis. belongs, or by any other name the commissioners think fit); sioners think fit. and upon proof being made to the satisfaction of the commis. 43. In cases where the counmissioners appoint or direct the sioners, and in such manner as they may direct, of any monies appointment of trustees for any of the purposes of this act, it so having been paid in, the chief commissioner, or such other shall be lawful for the commissioners to make or to direct to be commissioner or commissioners as the chief commissioner made such provision as they think fit for the appointment of directs, shall indorse a certificate on the conveyance of such new trustees, on any event to be determined by the commis. payment; and any purchaser who has paid any money into the Bank or into such commissariat chest as aforesaid shall be 1 44. In cases where a part only of land subject to any indischarged from all liability in respect of the application cumbrance is sold, the commissioners may charge the part not thereof, and such indorsement shall be evidence of such pay sold with such incumbrance, or an apportioned part thereof, in ment; and in all cases her Majesty's Government shall gua. exoneration of the money arising from the sale, and enable rantee the safety of all monies paid in pursuance of this act persons to release the money arising from the part so sold from into the commissariat chest of any colony.
any incumbrance, or to relinquish their claim on such money in 38. Every conveyance made by the commissioners in pur. respect thereof, without impairing such incumbrance as to the suance of this act shall vest in the purchaser the land so sold, I remaining part of the land originally charged. subject to such rights and uncommuted payments, if any, as 45. In cases where it appears to the commi: are hereinbefore declared not to be affected by any sale by the or inexpedient that a valuation should be made of such incommissioners, but discharged from all other interests, rights, terests and incumbrances as they are hereinbefore authorised claims, and incumbrances, except such as may, in pursuance to cause to be valued at a gross sum, it shall be lawful for them of the power hereinbefore given, be expressed in the conveyance to set aside and invest any portion of the money arising from to be subsisting on such land, and no conveyance made by the any sale in such manner as they think fit, to meet the claims of commissioners shall be set aside on the ground of their not any such interested persons or incumbrancers, and generally having had jurisdiction over the subject matter thereof. the commissioners shall have power to make all such orders and
39. The commissioners shall have power to order the deli- give such directions, with respect to the application of the very to the purchaser, or as he directs, of all deeds and docu. money arising from any sale, as they think best adapted to secure ments of title belonging or exclusively relating to the land sold, the just and convenient distribution thereof amongst all intewhich are in the possession or power of any of the parties to rested parties, according to their several rights and titles,
46. No payment under this act towards the discharge of any respectively, if free from disability, might have made, given, incumbrance, not being a payment in full, shall prejudice or done, or been party to, and shall otherwise represent such affect any right or remedy of the incumbrancer in respect of persons for the purposes of this act. the balance, otherwise than as against the land sold; and no 51. Proceedings under this act shall not abate or be sus. payment under this act in respect of any incumbrance shall im. pended by any death or transmission or change of interest, but pair any right or equity of any persons out of whose land such in any such case of death or transmission or change of interest payment is made to be reimbursed or indemnified by any other it shall be lawful for the commissioners, where they see fit, to person or out of any other land, except so far as the commis- require notices to be given to persons becoming interested, or sioners order under any special circumstances.
to make any order for discontinuing, suspending, or carrying 47. The commissioners may order any purchase.money on the proceedings, or otherwise in relation thereto, which to standing to their account to be invested in their name in such them appears just. government or colonial stocks, funds, and securities as they 52. In every proceeding under this act the commissioners think fit, with power to vary the same into or for others of a shall have full discretion as to the giving or withholding costs like nature; and until such stocks, funds, and securities are and expenses, and as to the persons by whom and the funds sold by order of the commissioners for the purposes of this out of which the same are in the first instance or ultimately to act, the dividends thereof shall from time to time be applied, be paid and borne; but, unless the commissioners otherwise under the order of the commissioners, in like manner as the direct, the costs of the petitioner in respect of any petition for rents of the land from the sale of which the money invested in sale presented under this act, and of the proceedings there. such stocks, funds, or securities has arisen would have been under, shall not be payable out of the proceeds of the sale, applicable.
otherwise than in the same order of priority in which the 48. In cases where any money arising from a sale under incumbrance of the petitioner is payable. this act is not immediately distributable, or the parties entitled 53. In cases where a competent Court has, in the course of thereto cannot be ascertained, or where from any other cause any proceedings, made an order directing any land to be sold, the commissioners think it expedient for the protection of the the commissioners may sell the same, without further inquiry; rights and interests therein, the commissioners may order such but in that event, and also in any case where any competent money, or any stocks, funds, or securities in which the same Court has made an order in any proceedings with respect to may be invested, to be transferred to the account of the Ac any land, or the rights of any person interested therein, the countant-General of the High Court of Chancery in England, commissioners shall, on selling such land, and in distributing in the matter of the parties interested in the same, to be de- the monies arising from such sale, have regard to the orders scribed in such manner as the commissioners direct, in trust to made by such Court, and to any inquiries or proof made and attend the orders of such court, or to be transferred to the taken in the course of such proceedings, with power, neveraccount of such officer in any colony, and be subject to the theless, for the commissioners, whenever it appears to them jurisdiction of such court, as the commissioners direct ; and the that there is any error in such order, or any defect in any commissioners may by their order declare the trusts affecting such inquiries or proofs, to direct such person as they think such money, stocks, funds, or securities, so far as they have fit to apply to the Court in relation thereto, and such Court ascertained the same, or state (for the information of any such may make such order concerning the matter of such application court as aforesaid) the facts or matters found by them in rela- as it thinks fit; and the commissioners may, out of any monies tion to the rights and interests therein ; and the said Court of arising from any sale under this act, where there have been Chancery and any such colonial court as aforesaid may make any such proceedings as aforesaid, provide for the costs of such such orders with respect to any such monies, stocks, funds, application, and may, if they think fit, order all or any part of or securities as aforesaid, or the application thereof, as the the purchase money, after payment thereout of such costs and circumstances of the case require.
expenses as may be payable under the orders of the commis. 49. The commissioners shall have the following additional sioners, to be paid into the court in which any such proceedings powers in respect of sales of land ; that is to say,
have been instituted. Where separate applications are made for sales under this 54. Where the commissioners order the sale of any land in act of different undivided shares of any land,
respect of which any decree for sale has been already made by A power, with the consent of the applicants, and such a competent Court, or any proceedings are pending, they shall,
other consents as the commissioners think fit to re- by certificate under their seal, notify to such Court the order quire, to include in one sale all such undivided so made by them, and all proceedings for or in relation to a shares :
sale under the decree of such Court shall be suspended ; and Where separate applications are made for sales under this upon the completion of the sale, under such order of the com
act of different lands, but such lands are intermixed, or missioners, any receiver appointed by such Court shall cease otherwise adapted to be sold together,
to act as such receiver with respect to the land or part thereof A power, with such consent or consents as aforesaid, sold; and pending any proceedings for a sale under this act, to include in one sale such different lands :
it shall not be lawful for any owner, incumbrancer, or other Where an application is made to the commissioners for the person interested in such land to commence any proceedings
sale of any undivided share in lands, and the owner of at law or in equity for redemption, foreclosure, or sale. any other undivided share or shares, whether incumbered or not, in the same land, is desirous of having the same Powers of Commissioners as to Partition, Exchange, Division, sold at the same time,
and Allotment. A power, with such consent or consents as aforesaid, to 55. Where an application is made for a sale under this act
include in one sale all such shares as aforesaid : of an undivided share of any land, or where any such undivided and all the provisions of this act applicable to any land subject share bas been sold under this act, and either before or after to any incumbrance, and ordered to be sold under this act, and the conveyance thereof, the commissioners, on the application to the purchase money arising from the sale thereof, and to of any party interested in such undivided share, or of the purthe conveyance thereof, shall, so far as circumstances admit, be chaser, as the case may be, and after causing to be given such applicable to any land or share in land to be so included in notices to the owner or owners of the other undivided share or the sale ; and in every such case as aforesaid the commissioners shares of the same land as they think fit, and hearing all such shall apportion the purchase money and expenses as they see fit. parties interested in the respective shares as may apply to
50. A married woman for the time being entitled to receive them, and making such inquiries as may enable them to make the income of land for her separate use, or having a power of a just partition, may, if they think fit, make an order for the disposing of land either during her lifetime or by will, shall, partition of such land; and in such order, or in a map or plan for the purposes of this act, be deemed a feme sole; but in annexed thereto, shall be shewn the part allotted in severalty other cases, where any person, who (if not under disability) in respect of each of the undivided shares in such land ; and might have made any application, given any consent, done any the part so allotted in severalty in respect of each such undiact, or been party to any proceeding under this act, is a minor, vided share shall, without any conveyance or other assurance, idiot, lunatic, or married woman, the guardian, curator, tutor, enure to the same uses and trusts, and be subject to the same committee of the estate, or husband respectively of such per conditions, charges, and incumbrances, as the undivided share son, or, if there is none, any person appointed by the commis in respect of which the same is so allotted would have enured sioners, may make such applications, gire such consents, do or been subject to in case such order had not been made. such acts, and be party to such proceedings as such persons 56. Where an application is made for a sale under this act
of any land, or where the same has been sold under this act, cumbrances, as the several lands which the persons taking the if, either before or after the conveyance thereof, application is same have relinquished on such division would have enured or made to the commissioners by any party interested in such been subject to in case such order had not been made. land, or by the purchaser, (as the case may be), for the ex 60. In the case of land in respect of which no proceeding change of all or any part of such land, the commissioners may for a sale under this act may be pending, no such order of par. make such inquiries as they think fit, for the purpose of ascer. tition, exchange, or division as aforesaid shall be made by the taining whether such exchange would be beneficial to the commissioners until such notices by advertisement in such persons interested in the respective lands, and cause such public newspaper or newspapers as the commissioners direct notices to be given to parties interested in the respective lands have been given of such proposed partition, exchange, or divi. as they may think fit; and if, after making such inquiries, sion, and three months have elapsed from the publication of and hearing all such parties interested in the respective lands the last of such advertisements; and if before the expiration of as may apply to them, the commissioners are of opinion that such three months any person entitled to any estate in, or any such exchange would be beneficial, and that the terms there. incumbrance upon, any land included in such proposed parti. fore are just and reasonable, they may make an order for such tion, exchange, or division, gives notice in writing to the exchange accordingly; and in such order for exchange, or in a commissioners of his dissent from such proposed partition, map or plan annexed thereto, shall be shewn the lands given exchange, or division, the commissioners shall not make an and taken in exchange respectively under such order; and the order for the same unless such dissent is withdrawn, or it is land taken upon such exchange under such order shall, without shewn to the commissioners that the estate or incumbrance of any conveyance or other assurance, enure to the same uses and the party so dissenting has ceased, or that such estate or intrusts, and be subject to the same conditions, charges, and cumbrance is not an estate or incumbrance in respect of which incumbrances, as the land given on such exchange would have he is legally entitled to prevent such partition, exchange, or enured or been subject to in case such order had not been division ; but no such order as aforesaid shall be in anywise made.
| liable to be impeached by reason of any infirmity of estate or 57. It shall be lawful for the commissioners, in any colony defect of title of the persons on whose application the same bus within which this act may take effect, upon the application of been made. the owners of any un'divided sbares, (not subject to be sold under this act, or as to which no proceedings for a sale under
Conveyances and Proceedings of Commissioners. this act are pending), to make such inquiries as the commis- 61. Every conveyance executed as required by this act, and sioners think fit, for ascertaining whether a partition would be every order for partition, exchange, or division made by the beneficial to the persons interested in such respective shares; commissioners under their seal, shall for all puzposes be con. and in case the commissioners are of opinion that the proposed clusive evidence that every application, proceeding, consent, partition would be beneficial, and that the terms thereof are and act whatsoever which ought to have been made, given, and just and reasonable, they shall make an order under their seal done previously to the execution of such conveyance, or the for such partition accordingly; and in such order, or in a map making of such order respectively, has been made, given, and or plan annexed thereto, shall be shewn the part allotted in se- i done by the persons authorised to make, give, and do the same; veralty in respect of each such undivided share; and the part and no such conveyance or order shall be impeached by reason so allotted in severalty in respect of each such undivided share of any informality therein. by such order of partition shall, without any conveyance or 62. The commissioners shall not be subject to be restrained other assurance, enure to the same uses, and be subject to the in the execution of their powers under this act, nor shall any same conditions, charges, and incumbrances, as the undivided person be restrained from making application under this act to share in respect of which the same is so allotted would have the commissioners, or doing any other act or giving any conenured or been subject to in case such order had not been sent under the provisions of this act, by order of any court of made.
justice, or by any other legal process, nor shall the commis58. It shall be lawful for the commissioners, in any colony sioners be required by writ of mandamus, or any writ of a like within which this act may take effect, upon the application of nature, to do any act or take any proceeding under this act, por the owners of lands in any of the said colonies not subject to be shall proceedings before them be removeable by certiorari or sold under this act, or as to which no proceedings for a sale other writ of a like nature. under this act are pending, to make or cause to be made such 63. The commissioners shall not, nor shall any person acting
he commissioners may think fit, for ascertaining under their authority, be liable to any action, suit, or proceedwhether an exchange would be beneficial to the persons inte ing for or in respect of any act or matter bonâ fide done or rested in the respective lands; and in case the commissioners omitted in the exercise or supposed exercise of the powers of are of opinion that the proposed exchange would be beneficial, this act. and that the terms thereof are just and reasonable, they shall 64. Every person who, upon examination before the commake an order under their seal for such exchange accordingly; missioners or any of them, or any person appointed and autho. and in such order for exchange, or in a map or plan annexed rised under tbis act by the commissioners to administer any thereto, shall be shewn the lands given and taken in exchange oath, affirmation, or declaration, shall wilfully give false evirespectively under such order; and the land taken upon such dence, and every person who shall wilfully swear, affirm, or exchange under such order shall, without any conveyance or declare falsely in any affidavit authorised under this act to be other assurance, enure to the same uses and trusts, and be received in evidence by the commissioners, shall be liable to the subject to the same conditions, charges, and incumbrances, as pains and penalties of perjury. the land given upon such exchange would have enured or been subiect to in case such order had not been made.
Appeal. 59. It shall be lawful for the commissioners, in any colony 1 65. The commissioners may review, rescind, or vary any within which this act may take effect, upon the application of order previously made by them; and it shall be lawful for any any number of persons who are separately owners of parcels of person aggrieved by any order of the commissioners, with their land not subject to be sold under this act, or as to which no sanction, but not otherwise, to appeal to her Majesty in Counproceedings for a sale under this act are pending, and which cil, in such manner, within such time, and sobiect are so intermixed, or divided into parcels of inconvenient form regulations, and limitations as her Majesty may by Order in or quantity, that the same cannot be cultivated or occupied to Council prescribe; and the commissioners may, in their discre. the best advantage, to make such inquiries as the commis- tion, give or refuse such sanction, and annex thereto such con. sioners think fit, for ascertaining whether a division would be ditions, as to giving security or otherwise, as they shall think beneficial to the persons interested in such lands; and in case fit; but in all cases where the commissioners refuse their sana. the commissioners are of opinion that a division would be bene. tion to any appeal their decision shall be final. ficial, they shall make an order for the division thereof accord. ingly, with a map or plan thereunto annexed, in which shall be
Power to alter Provisions of Act. specified as well the parcels in which the several persons on | 66. Wherever it appears to the commissioners that by reason whose application such order bas been made were respectively of the prevalence in any colony of laws or customs differing interested before such division, as the several parcels allotted to from those of England, or that by reason of any other matter or them respectively by such order ; and the parcels of land thing whatsoever it is expedient, with the view of carrying into taken under such division shall enure to the same uses and execution the purposes of this act, trusts, and be subject to the same conditions, charges, and in- ! That there should be substituted for the provisions of this
act or any of them other like provisions accommodated to
London azettes. he laws or customs of such colony; or That further provisions should be made for carrying into execution in such colony the orders of the commissioners ;
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. for reconciling any conflict between the laws of England
BANKRUPTS. and such colony; for declaring the law with respect to
ny matter or thing; or otherwise for more effectually EDWARD SNOW, High-street, St. Giles's, Middlesex, tea bringing this act into operation within any colony, or car
dealer and grocer, Nov. 9 at half-past 1, and Dec. 14 at 12, rying into effect the purposes thereof;
Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sols. Allen shall be lawful for the commissioners, having due regard to
& Nicol, 88, Queen-street, Cheapside. - Petition filed e interests of owners, incumbrancers, and others, and to the
Oct. 23. ws and customs of the colony, by order under their seal to ROBERT DOAK, Kew, Surrey, draper, dealer and chapake any such substitutions or provisions as aforesaid, subject
man, Nov. 9 at 12, and Dec. 11 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, the restrictions following, namely, that such substitutions
London : Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sols. J. & J. H. Linklater, provisions shall not be repugnant to the spirit of this act or
17, Sise-lane.- Petition filed Oct. 24. the general law of England, and shall not affect the consti- CHARLES LOVELL, Wisbeach St. Peter's, Cambridgeition of the commissioners as established by this act ; but no
shire, boot and shoe manufacturer, dealer and chapman, Ich order shall be of any force till the same has been con
Nov. 13 at half past 12, and Dec. 14 at 2, Court of Bankrmed by order of her Majesty in Council in manner berein- ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sols. Abbott & Co., or ter mentioned.
Watson, Wisbeach.- Petition filed Oct. 25. 67. Before any such order shall be capable of confirmation, ARTHUR WELLINGTON POCOCK, Old Jewry, Lon. shall for the space of thirty days be submitted to the Legis.
don, coffee-house keeper, confectioner, dealer and cha an, ature of the colony within which the same is intended to Nov. 13 at half-past i, and Dec. 14 at half-past 11, Court perate ; and if such Legislature, within such period as afore.
of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sol. Pateraid, express by resolution their disapproval thereof, such order
son, 68, Old Broad-street.- Petition filed Oct. 25. hall thereupon be void to all intents; but if the Legislature, SAMUEL CRAIG, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, grocer and tea rithin the said period, express by resolution their approval
dealer, Nov. 10 at 12, and Dec. 7 at half past 10, District bereof, or come to no resolution in respect thereof, the same
Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Of. Ass. Whitmore ; ball thereupon be presented to her Majesty for confirmation,
Sols. Craddock & Shelley, Nuneaton ; Motteram & Knight, nd, if so confirmed, shall, as soon as conveniently may be,
Birmingham.- Petition filed Oct. 26. ve proclaimed in the colony, and upon such proclamation being JAMES RATCLIFF, Nottingham, hosier, dealer and chapbade shall have the same force within such colony as if the
man, Nov. 7 and 28 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, ame had been enacted by authority of Parliament.
Nottingham: Off. Ass. Harris ; Sols. Bowley, Nottingham ; 68. Any order so confirmed as aforesaid may from time to
Hodgson, Birmingham.-- Petition filed Oct. 21. ime be rescinded, amended, or altered, as occasion may re
JOHN MIDGLEY, Nottingham, soda-water manufacturer, ruire, by other orders, to be made by the commissioners, and
dealer and chapman, Nov. 14 and Dec. 5 at 10, District o be submitted to the Legislature of the colony, and confirmed
Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham : Off. Ass. Harris ; Sol. n like manner.
Bowley, Nottingham.-Petition filed Oct. 26. 69. Her Majesty may from time to time, by Order in EDWARD BAKER, Newport, Monmouthshire, carrier, Council, direct this act to come into operation in any of the
Nov. 7 and Dec. 5 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, said scheduled colonies, and thereupon, but not otherwise, the
Bristol : Off. Ass. Miller; Sols. Phillpotts, Newport ; same shall have the force of law in such colony or colonies
Bevan & Girling, Bristol.-Petition filed Oct. 13. named in any such order ; but no such Order in Council shall SIMEON PITMAN, Walcot, Bath, Somersetshire, carpenter be made in respect of any colony until the Legislature of such
and builder, Nov. 7 and Dec. 5 at 11, District Court of colony has presented an address to her Majesty, praying her
Bankruptcy, Bristol : Off. Ass. Miller; Sol. Gibbs, Bath. Majesty to issue such order, and has also, to the satisfaction of
- Petition filed Oct. 26. ber Majesty's principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, RICHARD GAY, Leeds, Yorkshire, ware grinder, Nov. 14 made provision for the payment of the salaries of the local
at 12, and Dec. 5 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, commissioners, and of all such assistant secretaries, clerks, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ; Sol. Naylor, Leeds.-Petition messengers, and officers as may be appointed under this act in
filed Oct. 20. such colony, and of such other expenses of carrying this act SAMUEL REDFERN, York, innkeeper, dealer and chapinto execution as are herein before directed to be provided for
man, Nov. 14 and Dec. 4 at 11, District Court of Bank. by the Legislature of the colony.
ruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. Hope ; Sols. J. & H. Richardson,
York; Bulmer, Leeds.-Petition filed Oct. 18.
JOSEPH BROOKS, Salford, Lancashire, grocer and pro
vision dealer, Nov. 9 and 30 at 12, District Court of BankJamaica. St. Christopher's.
ruptcy, Manchester : Off. Ass. Hernaman; Sols. Sale & Barbados. Montserrat.
Co., Manchester.-Petition filed Oct. 20. St. Vincent
John Whitaker Rowbottom, Halifax, Yorkshire, boiler
maker, Nov. 24 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, Antigua. The Bahamas.
last ex.-Wm. Hamlin Stidolph, Speen, Berkshire, paper Dominica. The Turks Islands.
maker, Nov. 21 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon
don, aud. ac. and div. – Wm. Nash, Budge-row, London, (To be continued).
tea dealer, Nov. 7 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud.
ac.- Edward Davies, Harrow-road, Paddington, and Park. Court of BANKRUPTCY, NewcasTLE-UPON-TYNE.- terrace, Regent's-park, Middlesex, oilman, Nov. 7 at 2, Court Mr. Wakley, one of the two official assignees of this of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-James Triggs, William court, has been obliged to resign his office in conse- Triggs, and Edward Triggs, Southampton, upholsterers, Nov. quence of ill health. On his retirement a memorial 7 at half past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.was presented to him, signed by the president and Wm. Lloyd, York-street, Westminster, Middlesex, licensed officers of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Gateshead victualler, Nov. 7 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. Law Society, and by fifty-six solicitors practising in ac.--Elizabeth Munting and John Munting, Little Moorfields, those towns. The memorialists state that they could London, licensed carmen, Nov. 20 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, not allow Mr. Wakley to retire from an office he had London, aud. ac.—Wm. Robert Nield and Wm. Henry Hugh so long and so ably filled, without expressing their high men, Nov. 20 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. –
Collander, Cannon-street West, London, shawl warehousesense of his official and private character.” Mr. Wak- Auguste S. Besson, New Bond-street, Middlesex, fancy repo. ley received his appointment from Lord Lyndhurst, sitory, Nov. 20 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. when that distinguished nobleman was Lord High - Wm. Flexman the younger, High-street, Kensington, Chancellor.
Middlesex, corn merchant, Nov. 21 at half-past 1, Court of
Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.- Isaac Cooper, Luddington, To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. Northamptonshire, corn dealer, Nov. 21 at 12, Court of Wm. Haining, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer.-H. Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.- Thomas Boyden and Joseph | Wheeler, Richmond, Surrey, baker.-Joseph B. Millington, E. Mansford, Cullum-street, London, merchants, Nov. 21 at Marlborough-place, Harrow-road, Paddington, Middleser, 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. - Henry Bennett, builder.-Charles R. Roper, Church-street and Eohemia. Christchurch, Hampshire, linendraper, Nov. 21 at 2, Court place, Hackney, Middlesex, chemist.-Lewis Worms, Queen. of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. - Edward J. Wells, Maid. Street, Cheapside, London, merchant. stone, Kent, ironmonger, Nov. 20 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy,
Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS. London, aud. ac.- Frederick T. Pescott, Macclesfield-street
George Gordon, Grantown, Inverness-shire, mercbant.South, City-road, and Albion-place, Kingsland, Middlesex, fancy box manufacturer, Nov. 21 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy,
Archibald Hay, Glasgow, farmer. London, aud. ac.- Richard Hughes, Gutter-lane, Cheapside,
INSOLVENT DEBTORS London, tavern keeper, Nov. 20 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, | Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.- Thomas Langridge, Bristol, cook, Nov. 23 and have oblained an Interim Order for Protection from at 1l, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.-Joseph | Process. Francis, Manchester, baker, Nov. 13 at 12, District Court
Thomas Cooke, Fronfield, Hampshire, farmer, Nov. 4 at of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.- Robert Barker, Man.lu
· 11, County Court of Hampshire, at Petersfield.-G. Gilman, chester, druggist, Nov. 13 at 12, District Court of Bank
Bingham, Nottinghamshire, boot maker, Nov. 15 at 10, ruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.; Nov. 20 at 12, div.-Archibald
County Court of Nottinghamshire, at Bingham.-H. Johnsga, Vickers, Disley, Cheshire, cotton spinner, Nov. 13 at 12,
Noitingham, out of business, Nov. 14 at 10, County Court of District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.; Nov. 20
Nottinghamshire, at Nottingham.-T. Foxon, Nottingham, at 12, div.- Joshua Bowker, Hyde, Cheshire, innkeeper, Nov.
lace manufacturer's assistant, Nov. 14 at 10, County Court of 14 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.; Nottinghamshire, at Nottingham.-J. Cursen. Bradford, York. Nov. 21 at 12, div.- W'm. Blain, Liverpool, corn merchant, shire, joiner. Nov. 14 at ii. County Court of Yorkshire, at Nov. 6 at 11. District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. | Bradford.-G. Downer. Gillingham, Kent, retired lieutenant of ac. Alexander Smith, Liverpool, merchant, Nov. 6 at 11, I marines, Nov. 9 at 10. County Court of Kent, at Rochester. District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac.; Nov. 20
J. Hunt, Rochester, Kent, baker, Nov. 9 at 10, County Court
Ron at 1l, div.-George Topling, Wood-street, Cheapside, Lon. 1 Free
of Kent, at Rochester.-W. Thornton, Stoney Stratford, Buck. don, carpet warehouseman, Nov. 18 at balf-past 12, Court of
inghamshire, butcher, Nov. 14 at 12, County Court of BuckBankrupicy, London, div.-John Fitzgerald, Portland. place, lin
place, ing bamshire, at Newport Pagnell.-John Walker, Wolverton, Middlesex, and Pendleton, Lancashire, coal merchant, Nov.
Buckinghamshire, baker, Nov. 14 at 12, County Court of 21 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.
Buckinghamshire, at Newport Pagnell.--Wm. Goode, Scald. Edward Biven, King William-street, London, watchmaker,
fi well, Northamptonshire, cattle dealer, Nov. 8 at 10, County Nov. 3 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.- John
Court of Northamptonshire, at Northampton.-W. Jackson, Smith and Luke Ashby, Great Coram-street, Brunswick-sq.,
Northampton, shoe manufacturer, Nov. 8 at 10, County Court Middlesex, linendrapers, Nov. 23 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy,
of Northamptonshire, at Northampton.-S. Smith, Earsdon, London, div. - Frederick Wm. Wright, Brighton, Sussex,
Northumberland, enginewright, Nov. 17 at 10, County Court chemist, Nov. 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.
of Northumberland, at North Shields.-Wm. Worthington, Wm. Brailsford, Nottingham, smallware dealer, Nov. 21 at
Oldham, Lancashire, beerseller, Nov. 3 at 12, County Court 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, aud. ac.; Nov.
of Lancashire, at Oldham.-John Middleton, Stourbridge, 23 at 10, div.-Theodore Jewitt and Edmund Micklewood,
a: Worcestershire, horse breaker, Nov. 27 at 10, County Court of Plymouth, Devonshire, stationery, Nov. 20 at 1, District
| Worcestershire, at Stourbridge. Court of Bankruptcy, Plymouth, div.-Charles Ogalbe, Ply. mouth, Devonshire, builder, Nov. 20 at 1, District Court of The followiny Persons, who, on their sereral Pelilions filed in Bankruptcy, Exeter.
the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection from CERTIFICATES.
Process, are required 10 appear in Court as hereinafter To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or mentionell, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Lin. before the Day of Meeling.
coln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with James John Newnam and James Leadbetler, Charlton, according to the Statule :Kent, waterproofers, Nov. 18 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, Jan. 10 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. London.- George Tapling, Wood-street, Cheapside, London,
Thomas Bullock, Turnham-green, Middlesex, in no busicarpet warehouseman, Nov. 18 at half-past 12, Court of Bank
ness. -Wm. George, Spring-street, Portman-square, Middleruptcy, London.-Thomas Boyden and Joseph E. Mansford,
spora, sex, dairyman.-Samuel Shergold, Belgrave-terrace, EatonCullum-street, London, merchants, Nov. 21 at 2, Court of square. Pimlico, Middlesex, literary writer. Jas. Trevendale, Bankruptcy, London.- Alfred Knight, Wood-street, Cheap.
Margaret-street, Commercial-road East, Middleses, ship carside, London, worsted yarn manufacturer, Nov. 21 at 2,
penter.-James W. Kelly, Langley-place, Commercial-road Court of Bankruptcy, London.- Richard Hughes, Gutter
East, Middlesex, clerk to a sugar refiner.-George Flower, lane, Cheapside, London, tavern keeper, Nov. 20 at 1, Court
Coles-place, Trinity-square, Southwark, Surrey, beer-shop of Bankruptcy, London.- Isaac Cooper, Luddington, North
keeper.-James Stephenson, Clarence-place, Stepney-green, amptonshire, corn dealer, Nov. 21 at 12, Court of Bank.
Stepney, Middlesex, commission agent. Thomas Purcell, ruptcy, London.- Eduard John Wells, Maidstone, Kent, I wool
elts, Maidstone, Kent, | Woolwich, Kent, upholsterer.-G. H. Buckell, Rosebury. ironmonger, Nov. 20 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.
at 2, Court of Bankruptcy. London. | villas, Tuffnell-park, Camden-town, Middlesex, surgeon. - Henry Bennett, Christchurch, llampshire, linendraper, Nov. 21 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London. — Anthony
The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Deale and Horalio Claggett, Leadenball-street, London,
the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt patent ocean float manufacturers, Nov. 23 at 2, Court of with according to the Statule:Bankruptcy, London.-T. Jewitt and E. Micklewood, Ply Nov. 10 at 10, before the Chier COMMISSIONER. mouth, Devonshire, stationers, Nov. 20 at 1, District Court of
Thomas Dowding, Clayton-place, Caledonian-road, MiddleBankruptcy, Exeter. George Hingeston, Lyme Regis, Dor.
sex, cheesemonger.- Joseph John Taylor Quarmby, Spa-cot. setshire, scrivener, Nov. 22 at 1, District Court of Bank.
tages, Lloyd's-row, Clerkenwell, Middleses, law writer.ruptcy, Exeter.- Wm. Coveney, Manchester, silk manufac
Samuel Hinds, Queen-street, Cannon-street, London, direc. turer, Nov. 20 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man.
tor of the London Necropolis and National Mausoleum Com. chester. - Thomas Lickley, Thirsk, Yorkshire, corn merchant, Nov. 20 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-Samuel
pany.-John Burnet, Keppell-terrace, King's-road, Chelsea, Bankruptcy, Leeds. Samuel | Middlesex, artist. Hammond, Leeds, Yorkshire, flax spinner, Nov. 27 at 11,1 District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. - George Jeeves, Shef.
Nov. 10 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. field, Yorkshire, brush manufacturer, Nov. 25 at 11, District
tu. District Thomas Ramsden, Grove-street, Camden-town, Middleser, Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield.-John Moats the elder. Not oilman.-Henry Sommers, Idol-lane, Tower-street, Londos, tingham, grocer, Nov. 21 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, 1 out of business. Nottingham.-W. Brailsford, Nottingham, smallware dealer,
Adjourned Hearings. Nov. 21 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham. | Lewis Levy, Union-street, Spitalfields, Middleses, furniture