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NAMES OF THE CASES REPORTED IN THIS NUMBER.
COURT OP CHANCERY.

COURT OF Queen's BENCH.
Boyse v. Rossborough.—(Jurisdiction-EquityEsta- Ex parte Eggington.-(Habeas CorpusReturn-
blishing Will against Heir-at-Law).

205 Afidavits-Warrant under 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 76, VICE-CHANCELLOR STUART's Court.

8. 60—Arrest-Lord's-day-29 Car. 2, c. 7, s. 6 Hanbury and Others o. Ward.-(Practice- Appear.

- Second Warrant)......

224 ance—43rd Order of August, 1852–158 16 Vict.

COURT OF COMMon Pleas. c. 86, 8. 52)

222 Graham v. Furber.—(Bankrupt- Transfer fraudulent In re Clossey.(Reversionary Interest in Realty held

under 13 Eliz. c. 5- Transfer void as against subpur autre Vie-Practice-6 Ann. c. 18–Produc.

sequent Creditors)

226 tion of Cestui que Vie) ..

222

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
VICE-CHANCELLOR Wood's COURT.

Creed o. Fisher.—(Excessive Damages-Special Jury
Francis c. Clemow.-(Will— Construction)

223 - 15 f 16 Vict. 76, 88. 105, 108 — Challenge) .... 228

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ADVERTISEMENTS.

institutions, will enable them to compel performance The Scale of Charges for Advertisements will in future be of their orders; and as Courts of equity refuse atas follows:

£ 8. d. tempting to compel performance of a simple contract For 2 lines or under

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to act, or to sing, or the like, merely because they 3

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will not stultify themselves by ordering that to be

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do, so credit may be given to a Court of law that And so on, at the rate of 6d. per line. A discount, proportioned to the number of repetitions, man to marry, though it may flog the horse for not

it will not attempt to order a horse to drink, or a rill be allowed upon all Advertisements ordered for three or more insertions.

drinking, or make the man pay for not marrying. To

be serious, the whole current of modern law reform as LONDON, MARCH 18, 1854.

regards judicature is this—to import into the common

law, or rather to add to it, equitable doctrines of The proposed alterations in the course of common. conduct; and to import from the Court of Chancery law procedure, now before the House of Lords, together into the Courts of common law, and from the latter with those additions which are likely to be made in the into the former, the best and most efficacious of their Commons, will, if carried into effect, probably produce respective modes of procedure; and when it can be great changes, not only in the amount, but in the shewn that in either Court either the doctrines by mode of transacting business in Chancery. By the which it is bound, or the practice according to which additions likely to be made in the Commons, we mean it proceeds, are not such as to produce the one desired the introduction of actions for specific performance into result-justice—the tendency, and the proper tendency, courts of common law—an addition to their jurisdic- is to give to the deficient Court the powers that it did not tion which is almost certain to be made. Now, though, possess. To take the question of equitable defences: as being ourselves of the equity bar, we cannot per- it does seem not only very absurd, but very inconvesonally look with any particular affection on changes nient, that if an action is brought on an instrument the result of which may be to diminish considerably under seal, then, in order to set up, by way of defence, the business of equity, yet, as law reformers, we cannot some transaction recognisable only on principles of see the slightest ground for contending that Courts of equity, it should be necessary for the defendant to go law ought not to have that jurisdiction, as well as that out of the Court of common law into the Court of of admitting equitable defences, and granting injunc- Chancery, and there obtain, by a separate and expentions, &c., in actions pending in their jurisdiction. sive course of proceeding, an order to stop the plaintiff The instance which the Lord Chancellor put, of an at law from going on, on the ground of the equitable action for specific performance of a contract for mar- defence; or if an ejectment is brought at law, and the riage, was probably put by his Lordship by way of defendant sets up an outstanding term, on which as joking off a portion of the subject to which his Lord- a legal title he can rest, but on which for some reasons ship entertained an aversion; because, of course, if it would be very unjust that he should rest, it seems Courts of law entertain actions for specific performance, very inconveniently tedious and expensive that he they must, like Courts of equity, and every other should have to go into equity, as it is termed, to stay Court, limit the exercise of their jurisdiction to cases the setting up of the outstanding term. It will be a in which the power placed at their disposal by human simpler, more expeditious, and more rational mode of Vol. XVIII.

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proceeding in either of such cases, that the defendant chargeable shall be directed, the Registrar shall add the in the one case, or the plaintiff in the other, should be words “subject to legacy duty,” or “ subject to succesable to set up the equitable defence in the action. sion duty,” as the case may be, to the title of the On the subject of specific performance, the giving account; and in order the better to provide security

or such jurisdiction to Courts of law seems perfectly ra- General of any fund chargeable with any such duty, tional ; but merely to do that, would be a one-sided without the duty being first paid, the Accountantreform as regards the public. The great object to be General, on receiving notice from the proper officer attained is, that the suitor may seek his remedy, so far that the duty is payable, is to cause a memorandum to as it is practicable, in any of her Majesty's courts, and be made in his books in conformity with such notice. that wherever he does choose to go, he may get com- decree or order directing the payment or transfer of

And the Accountant-General, before executing any plete justice. It is a hardship that in one court a any fund, or part of any fund, in respect of which any plaintiff may get damages, and damages only, for the such duty shall be payable, shall require the producbreach of a contract, and that in another he may tion of the official receipt for the duty, or a certificate have the contract enforced, but can have no more

from the proper officer of the payment of the duty that is, cannot have damages; and that is not merely thereof respectively, by any such decree or order

chargeable in respect of any such fund or any portion a theoretical but a practical grievance, because it very directed to be paid or transferred. often happens that a plaintiff mistakes his course

(Signed) CRANWORTH, C. that is, goes to a Court of equity for specific performance when he is not entitled to it, though he PUBLIC EXAMINATION.—TRINITY TERM, 1854. might have been entitled to damages if he had gone originally to a Court of law. Now, what ought to The Council of Legal Education have approved of be done for substantial reform of the law on such the following rules for the public examination of the a point as this is, that whichever court a suitor students. happens to go into first, there he should be able to

The attention of the students is requested to the fol

lowing rules of the Inns of Court:obtain complete justice. If he files a bill in Chancery

“ As an inducement to students to propose themselves for specific performance, and it turns out that he is not for examination, studentships shall be founded of fifty entitled to specific performance, bụt may be entitled to guineas per annuni each, to continue for a period of some damages, he ought not to be turned out of the three years, and one such studentship shall be conferred Court of Chancery, with costs, to seek what remedy he on the most distinguished student at each public exacan at law; but the Court of Chancery ought to be mination; and further, the examiners shall select and armed with power to say, “True it is, you are not have passed the next best examinations, and the Inps of

certify the names of three other students who shall entitled to the strict performance of the contract, but Court to which such students belong may, if desired, you have suffered damage, and are entitled to com- dispense with any termis, not exceeding two, that may pensation, and we will give you damages.” On the remain to be kept by such students previously to their other hand, he ought not at law to be confined strictly being called to the Bar. Provided that the examiners to damages, but ought to be able to ask, in the alter- shall not be obliged to confer or grant any studentship native, either performance of the contract or damages.

or certificate unless they shall of opinion that the Of course, in administering these equities, Courts of as entitles them thereto."

examination of the students they select has been such law ought to be bound to take notice of those higher “At every call to the Bar those students who have principles of judicial morality, in applying the law to passed a public examination, and either obtained s men’s contracts, which are acted upon in Courts of studentship or a certificate of honour, shall take rank equity, but have not been hitherto recognised by Courts in seniority over all other students who shall be called of law. If they do not, to give them an equitable

on the same day.”

“No student shall be eligible to be called to the Bar jurisdiction will only be putting into their hands a who shall not either have attended during one whole power of doing mischief instead of good.

year the lectures of two of the Readers, or have satis

factorily passed a public examination.” REGULA GENERALIS.

RULES FOR THE PUBLIC EXAMINATION OF CANDIDATES

FOR HONOURS, OR CERTIFICATES ENTITLING STUDENTS

TO BE CALLED TO THE BAR.
ORDER OF COURT.-March 9.

An examination will be held in next Trinity Term, I, the Right Hon. ROBERT MONSEY Lord CRANWORTA, to which a student of any of the Inns of Court, who Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, do hereby is desirous of becoming a candidate for a studentship order and direct in manner following—that is to say, or honours, or of obtaining a certificate of fitness for that the General Order made by me bearing date the being called to the Bar, will be admissible. 31st January, 1853, be discharged, and in lieu thereof I Each student proposing to submit himself for ex&do order, that the Registrar, in drawing up any decree mination will be required to enter his name at the or order whereby the Accountant-General shall be treasurer's office of the Inn of Court to which he bedirected to pay or transfer any fund or part of any longs on or before Monday, the 15th day of May next; fund in respect of which any duty shall be payable to and he will further be required to state in writing the revenue under the acts relating to legacy or suc- whether his object in offering himself for examination cession duty, shall, unless such decree or order ex- is to compete for a studentship or other honourable pressly provide for the payment of the duty, direct distinction, or whether he is merely desirous of obtainthe Accountant-General to have regard to the circum- ing a certificate preliminary to a call to the Bar. stance that such duty is payable; and where, by any The examination will commence on Monday, the decree or order, any carrying over to a separate account 22nd day of May next, and will be continued on the of any fund in respect of which any such duty may be Tuesday and Wednesday following.

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It will take place in the Benchers' Reading-room Jurisprudence, vol. 1; Wigram's Points in the Law of of Lincoln's-inn; and the doors will be closed ten Discovery, ("Introductory Observations” and “First minutes after the time appointed for the commence- Proposition”); the Act for the Improvement of Equity ment of the examination.

Jurisdiction, 15 & 16 Vict. c. 86. The examination by printed questions will be con- 2. Mitford on Pleadings in the Court of Chancery; ducted in the following order:

White & Tudor's Leading Cases, (with the Notes), Monday morning, the 22nd May, at half-past nine, vols. 1 and 2. on Constitutional Law and Legal History; in the

Candidates for certificates of fitness to be called to afternoon, at half-past one, on Equity.

the Bar will be expected to be well acquainted with Tuesday morning, the 23rd May, at half-past nine, the books mentioned in the first of the above classes.

on Common Law; in the afternoon, at half-past Candidates for a studentship or honours will be exaone, on the Law of Real Property, &c.

mined in the books mentioned in the two classes. Wednesday morning, the 24th May, at half-past

The READER on the Law of REAL PROPERTY pronine, on Jurisprudence and the Civil Law; in the afternoon, at half-past one, a paper will poses to examine in the following books and sub

jects:be given to the students including questions

1. Williams-Real Property. bearing upon all the foregoing subjects of examination.

2. Learning of Powers-1 Sugd. Pow., cc. 1—4. The oral examination will be conducted in the same Tail and Married Women: with reference to the 3 & 4

3. The Alienation of Freehold Estates by Tenants in rder, during the same hours, and on the same subjects, Will. 4, c. 74. * those already marked out for the examination by

4. The Law of Perpetuity: with reference to the rinted questions, except that on Wednesday afternoon Doctrine of Cy-près, Powers of Sale and Exchange, here will be no oral examination.

and Powers of Appointment. The oral examination of each student will be con

5. The Liability of Purchasers to see to the Applilucted apart from the other students; and the character

cation of their Purchase Money. f that examination will vary according as the student

6. The Law of Settlement by Deed: with reference 5 a candidate for honours or a studentship, or desires to Ante-Nuptial, Post-Nuptial, and Voluntary Settleimply to obtain a certificate.

ments. The oral examination and printed questions will be onnded on the books below mentioned, regard being tinction will be examined in all the foregoing books

Candidates for a studentship or other honorary disind, however, to the particular object with a view to and subjects. Candidates for a certificate will be exawhich the student presents himself for examination.

mined in 1, 2, and 3. In determining the question, whether a student has assed the examination in such a manner as to entitle The READER on JURISPRUDENCE and the CIVIL LAW im to be called to the Bar, the examiners will prin proposes to examine in the following subjects :ipally have regard to the general knowledge of law 1. The Relation of Jurisprudence to Moral Phiload jurisprudence which he has displayed.

sophy. Austin-Province of Jurisprudence Determined, A student may present himself at any number of lect. 5; Whewell—Elements of Morality and Polity, xaminations, until he shall have obtained a certificate. book 4, vol. 2, (2nd ed.). The student must be pre

Any student who shall obtain a certificate may pre-pared to indicate the points of conflict between these ent himself a second time for examination as a candi- writers. late for the studentship, but only at one of the three 2. The Roman Law of Servitudes, Prescriptions, xaminations immediately succeeding that at which he Testaments, Legacies, and Fidei.Commissa. The mohall have obtained such certificate; provided, that if dern Commentaries consulted may be, on the first two by student so presenting himself shall not succeed in subjects, the Doctrina Pandectarum of Mühlenbruch; ibtaining the studentship, his name shall not appear in and on the three last, the Institutiones or Commenhe list.

tarii Juris Romani Privati of Warnkönig. Students who have kept more than eleven terms 3. The Roman Law of Civil Process at the era of hall not be admitted to an examination for the Gaius. Gaius—Comment., lib. 4. The Modern Treatudentship.

tises referred to may be the Innere Geschichte des

Römischen Rechts of Tigerström, pp. 86 et seq.; or The READER on CONSTITUTIONAL Law and LEGAL J. G. Phillimore's

Introduction to the Study of Roman LISTORY will expect all students to answer any general Law, pp. 16 et seq. Destions relating to the History of England, and to

4. The Conflict and Harmony of Laws on the Subject mow the outlines of Constitutional Law.

of Marriage and Divorce. Story Conflict of Laws, The candidates for distinction will be expected to

cc. 5, 6, 7. mow the progress of our institutions, and the changes 5. National Rights of Self-Preservation, Indepenfour Constitution. They will be examined on the dence, and Equality. Wheaton---Elements of InterHistory of the Conqueror and his immediate Successors; national Law, part 1, cc. 1, 2, 3. in the Reign of Henry II; on the circumstances which

Candidates for distinction will be examined in all ed to the signing of Magna Charta. They will be ex- the foregoing subjects. pected also to know thoroughly the History of Eliza- Candidates for a certificate will be examined in 4 and beth, of Charles I, and William III ; and to give an 5, and also in 2, so far as the subjects enumerated are kccount of the more remarkable State Trials from the treated of in the Institutes of Justinian. ime of James I to that of Queen Anne. The books for the ordinary examination will be

The Reader on Common Law proposes to examine Rapin and Hallam.

in the following books and subjects: Those for candidates for distinction will be Hallam, 1. The ordinary steps in an Action at Law. Rapin, Barnet, Millar, Clarendon, May, the State 2. The Parties to Contracts-Smith's Lectures on Trials, and the Parliamentary History.

Contracts, 8-10, (omitting the note commencing at

p. 253). The Reader on EQUITY proposes to examine in the 3. Offences against Property-Stephen Com., book 6, following books:

1. Smith's Manual on Equity Jurisprudence; the 4. The Law of Landlord and Tenant, so far as it relates first seven chapters of Story's Commentaries of Equityl to the Right to Distrain and the Obligation to Repair

c. 5.

-Woodf. L. & T., 6th ed., book 2, c. 2, ss. 1–3; c. 4, John Curtis, Haberdashers’-hall, Gresham-street West, ss. 1, 2.

City. 5. The following Leading Cases, with the Notes Charles Gwillim Jones, 11, Gray's-inn-square. thereto, (Smith's L. C., 3rd ed.):-Semayne's case, The John Howard Williams, 16, Bedford-row, Holborn. Six Carpenters' case, Price v. The Earl of Torrington, William Houghton, 4, Verulam-buildings, Gray's-inn, and Higham v. Ridgway.

and Walthamstow, Essex. Candidates for certificates of fitness to be called to Wm. Braikenridge, 16, Bartlett's-buildings, Holborn. the Bar will be examined in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd of the above subjects.

To be Commissioners in England.
Candidates for the studentship or for honours will Edward John Cox Davies, Crickhowell, Breconshire.
be expected to be conversant with all the above subjects. William Denis Moore, Exeter.
By order of the Council,

George Batchelor, Newport, Monmouthshire.
RICHARD BETHELL, Chairman.
William Stuart, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.

. Council Chamber, Lincoln's Inn,

James Street, Manchester.
March 9, 1854.

George Bradley, Castleford, Yorkshire.
William Thomas, Walsall, Staffordshire.

John Wyberg the younger, Liverpool.
COMMISSIONERS TO ADMINISTER OATHS

Joseph James Ridley, Birkenhead, Cheshire.
IN CHANCERY.

Sydney Pearson, Dawlish, Devonshire.

Edward Davison Welford, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The Lord Chancellor, under the powers of the 16 & George Sandford Corser, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. 17. Vict. c. 78, intituled "An Act relating to the Ap- John Ward, New Elvet, Durham. pointment of Persons to administer Oaths in Chancery, Edward Hobart Barlee, Bungay, Suffolk. and to Affidavits made for Purposes connected with Registration," has appointed the following gentlemen to be Commissioners for administering Oaths in Chan

London Gazettes. cery :To be London Commissioners.

FRIDAY, March 10. Charles Wells Rolfe, 6, South-square, Gray's-inn.

BANKRUPTS. Alfred Charles Tatham, 11, Staple-inn, and North-road, WILLIAM JOHN WATSON, Upper Holloway, Middlesex, Highgate.

builder, dealer and chapman, March 21 at 12, and April William Burchell, 47, Parliament-street.

20 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; Frederick Mayhew, 4, Verulam-buildings, and Haverstock-hill, Hampstead.

Sol. Brown, 21, Finsbury-place. -Petition filed March 4.

HENRY JOHNSON, Turnwheel-lane, Cannon-street, LonCharles Thomas Jenkinson, 29, Lombard-street, City. don, and Thames Ditton, Surrey, machinist and engineer, William Harris, 5, Stone-buildings, Lincoln's-inn. dealer and chapman, March 23 at half-past 1, and April Henry Dyte, 6, King's Bench-walk, Temple.

27 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; John Champley Rutter, 4, Ely-place, Holborn.

Sol. Teague, 5, Crown-court, Cheapside.--Petition filed Thomas Bisgood, 36, Carey-street, Lincoln's-inn.

Feb. 28. James George Dobinson, 67, Lincoln’s-inn-fields.

WILLIAM CLUFF HULME, High-street, Putney, Surrey, Jacob Michael, 9, Red Lion-square, and 7, Old Jewry.

grocer, March 24 and April 25 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, Charles Fiddey, 3, Paper-buildings, Inner Temple.

London: Off. Ass. Edwards; Sols. Hare & Whitfield, i, Robert Cole, 14, Tokenhouse-yard, City.

Mitre-court, Temple, London.- Petition filed March 10. James Miller, 24 and 48, Eastcheap, City.

WILLIAM JOHN HICKS, Waltham Abbey, Essex, draper,

dealer and chapman, March 18 at 12, and April 21 at 1, John Vaizey, 2, South-square, Gray's-inn. Samuel Heath the younger, 1, Church-court, Cle

Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Cannan ; Sols.

Davidson & Bradbury, 22, Basinghall-street, London.ment's-lane.

Petition dated March 2. John Danby Christopher, 26, Argyle-street, Regent- FREDERICK BHEAR, George-yard, Lombard-street, Lonstreet.

don, hotel keeper, March 22 at 2, and April 25 at 1, Court Thomas Lacy, 19, King's Arms-yard, City.

of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. Stansfeld ; Sols. Miller Anthony Wellington Irwin, 5, Gray’s-inn-square. & Carr, 24, Eastcheap, London.- Petition filed March 4. Edward Western, 7, Great James-street, Bedford-row. EDWIN SHAW, Birmingham, pocket-book maker, dealer Charles Francis Western, 7, Great James-street, Bed

and chapman, March 25 and April 24 10, District Court ford-row.

of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Christie; Sol. Cyril John Monkhouse, 3, Craven-street, Strand.

Hodgson, Birmingham.- Petition dated March 8. Edward Doyle, 2, Verulam-buildings, Gray’s-inn, and JAMES POTTS, Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, confec. 87, Camden-road-villas, Camden-town.

tioner, dealer and chapman, March 23 and April 25 at 12,

District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Of. Ass. William Henry Clapham, 29, Great Portland-street,

Christie; Sol. Smith, Birmingham. — Petition dated Feb. 28. Marylebone.

CHRISTOPHER JAMES TAYLOR, Birmingham, coal Frederick Tritton, 11, Three Crown-square, Southwark, dealer, dealer and chapman, March 22 and April 26 at 12, and 10, Paragon, New Kent-road.

District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham: Off. Ass, Philip Augustus Hanrott, jun., 29, Queen-square, Whitmore; Sol. Hodgson, Birmingham.- Petition dated Bloomsbury.

March 7. William Wyke Smith, 16, Southampton-street, Blooms- THOMAS BOOTH, Halifax, Yorkshire, innkeeper, dealer bury.

and chapman, March 21 at 12, and April 24 at 11, District Frederick Paley Chappell, 25, Golden-square.

Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Of. Ass. Hope; Sols. Mit. John Philpot, 20, Montague-street, Russell-square.

chell, Halifax; Bond & Barwick, Leeds.--Petition dated

March 7. Charles Ford, 5, Bloomsbury-square.

HENRY JAMES ROGERS, Callington, Cornwall, surgeon Robert Henry Baines, 3, Verulam-buildings, Gray’s-inn.

and apothecary, dealer and chapman, (lately carrying David Williams Wire, 9, St. Swithin's-lane, City, and

business with William Hender, under the firm of Hendes of Stone-house, Lewisham, Kent.

& Rogers), March 22 at 2, and April 20 at 1, District Thomas Mortimer, 4, Albany-court-yard, Piccadilly, Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter : Off. Ass. Hirtzel ; Sols. Ed. and 11, Leonard-place, Kensington.

monds & Sons, Plymouth ; Stogdon, Exeter.- Petition filed John Charles Williams, 4, Whitehall.

March 8.

DAVID COUZENS, East Stonehouse, Devonshire, cab pro- warehousemen.-G. I. Dickson, Glasgow, merchant.-Hugh

prietor, March 27 and April 24 at half-past 1, District Baird & John Baird, Paisley, manufacturers.-Martin, Sons,
Court of Bankruptcy, Plymouth : Off. Ass. Hirtzel; Sol. & Co., Glasgow, vinegar manufacturers.
Elworthy, Plymouth.-Petition filed March 4.
THOMAS M'KENNA, Belfast, Antrim, Ireland, draper,

INSOLVENT DEBTORS dealer and chapman, (trading there and at Manchester, Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, under the firm of Thomas M.Kenna & Co.), March 24 and and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from April 28 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Process. Off. Ass. Hernaman ; Sols. Sale & Co., Manchester.- James Worrall, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, boat builder, Petition filed Feb. 27.

March 21 at 9, County Court of Staffordshire, at WolverJOHN HARRISON, Sunderland, Durham, licensed vic. hampton.—Henry James Potts, Macclesfield, Cheshire, tailor,

tualler, dealer and chapman, March 22 at 11, and April 28 March 30 at 11, County Court of Cheshire, at Macclesfield.at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Thomas Holland, Macclesfield, Cheshire, victualler, March 30 Off. Ass. Wakley; Sols. Abrahams, 23, Southampton. at 11, County Court of Cheshire, at Macclesfield.-W. Mot. buildings, Chancery-lane, London ; Harle, 20, Southamp- tershead, Priestbury, Cheshire, silk manufacturer, March 30 at ton-buildings, Chancery-lane, London, and Newcastle-upon- 11, County Court of Cheshire, at Macclesfield.—John Hand, Tyne. -Petition filed Feb. 27.

Calne, Wiltshire, sawyer, March 15 at 11, County Court of MEETINGS.

Wiltshire, at Calne.-D. Clark, Faversham, Kent, fisherman, George Hennet, Duke-street, Westminster, Middlesex ; March 17 at 12, County Court of Kent, at Faversham.-J. H. Bristol and Bridgewater, Somersetshire; and Plymouth and Starr, Rye, Sussex, licensed victualler, March 27 at 12, County Teignmouth, Devonshire, railway contractor, March 23 at 2, Court of Sussex, at Rye.-G. Eglington, Banbury, Oxfordshire, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. – John Davis and boot maker, March 28 at 11, County Court of Oxfordshire, at S. Davis, East Smithfield, Middlesex, clothiers, March 24 at Banbury.- Joseph H. Marsden, Gloucester, hatter, March 28 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Joseph White, at 10, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Gloucester.-E. East Cowes, Isle of Wight, Southampton, ship builder, Maddox, Hay, Brecknockshire, boot maker, April 7 at 11, March 22 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.

County Court of Brecknockshire, at Hay.-Wm. Whitehead, Thomas Wilkinson, Cambridge Wharf, Wilton-road, Pimlico, Ardwick, Manchester, warehouseman, April 3 at 12, County Middlesex, coal merchant, March 28 at 12, Court of Bank Court of Lancashire, at Manchester.—Thomas Booth, Chorl. ruptcy, London, aud. ac.- - William Steel, Birmingham, inn. ton-upon-Medlock, Manchester, letter-press printer, April 3 keeper, March 21 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir. at 12, County Court of Lancashire, at Manchester.- William mingbam, aud. ac.-Wm. Stiles, Stratford-upon-Avon, War. Peace, Ravens Knowl, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, stonemason, wickshire, out of business, March 22 at 12, District Court of March 27 at 10, County Court of Yorkshire, at Huddersfield. Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.-John Robert Gibson, James Watson, Banbury, Oxfordshire, shoemaker, March Waterloo, near Liverpool, innkeeper, March 23 at 11, District 28 at 11, County Court of Oxfordshire, at Banbury. - James Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. ac. - Robert Bamfard, Hird, Bristol, lithographic printer, March 15 at 11, County Pontefract, Yorkshire, maltster, April 4 at 11, District Court Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.-James Parkman, Brisof Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. ; at half-past 11, fin. div.- tol, butcher, March 15 at 11, County Court of Gloucester. John Bedford, Wakefield, Yorkshire, cloth merchant, March shire, at Bristol. 23 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud, ac. The

followiny Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed in -John Howitt, Sheffield Moor, near Sheffield, Yorkshire,

the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection from draper, March 25 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Shef.

Process, are required to appear in Court as hereinafter field, aud. ac.-John Spencer and Joseph Pullan, Thornton,

mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, LinBradford, Yorkshire, top makers, March 23 at 11, District

coln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with Court of bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac. sep. est. of J. Spencer; according to the Statute:March 31 at 11, dir. joint est.-William Hinde, Bedford, plumber, April 1 at balf-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London,

March 24 at 10, before the Chier COMMISSIONER. dir.-Frederick John Hensley, Montague-place, Russell- George Lambert, Upper Berkeley-st., Marylebone, Midsquare, Middlesex, apothecary, April 1 at 1, Court of Bank- dlesex, private tutor. - John H. Sewell, Stockbridge-terrace, ruptcy, London, div.-Henry Purcell, Dudley, Worcester. Vauxhall-bridge-road, Pimlico, Middlesex, shopman to a sta shire, hosier, April 1 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, tioner.-F. Steere, Parish.street, St. John's, Horselydown, Birmingham, aud. ac. and first and fin. div. - Richard Bat: Southwark, Surrey, labourer. tersby and James Telford, Liverpool, ironfounders, March 31 March 27 at 11, before the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div. sep. est. George Lilley, Hastings-street, Burton-crescent, St. Pan. of Richard Battersby.Thos. Browne, Amble House, Nor

cras, Middlesex, printer.—John Bridges, Alfred-place, Old thumberland, shipowner, March 31 at 12, District Court of Kent-road, Surrey, carman. Bankruptcy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, first and fin. div.-John Bloomer and Jonathan Philipps, Sheffield,

Yorkshire, joiner's The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before tool manufacturers, April 1 at half-past 12, District Court of the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt Bankruptcy, Sheffield, div. joint est., and div. sep. est. of

with according to the Statute :Jonathan Philipps.

March 24 at 10, before the CAIET COMMISSIONER. CERTIFICATES.

Jeremiah Thomas Hooper, Harper-mews, Theobald's-road, To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or Middlesex, wheelwright. before the Day of Meeting.

March 24 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. George Pearson, Birkenhead, Cheshire, grocer, March 31 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool.-H. Green, beer retailer. - Henry Wm. How, Thomas-street, Hackney

Joseph Denney, Nutford-place, Edgeware-road, Middlesex, Birmingham, button manufacturer, April 4 at 12, District road, Middlesex, out of business. — Robert Sandys, Con. Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.- John Bloomer and Jon. naught-terrace, West India-road, Limehouse, Middlesex, Philipps, Sheffield, Yorkshire, joiner's tool manufacturers, master mariner.- Benjamin Hubble the younger, Deptford, April 1 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield.

Kent, bricklayer. To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered.

March 25 at 11, before Mr. Commissioner PHILLIPS. Jos. Symes, Queen's-buildings, Knightsbridge, Middlesex,

Wm. B. Heighton, Spring-garden-place, Elizabeth-street, cheesemonger.-W. Jolly, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, Pimlico, Middlesex, out of business.

Frederick R. Renvoize, carrier. - Jas. Windeyer Lewty, Wilden, and Edmund Lewty, Morpeth-terrace, Victoria-road, South Hackney, Middlesex, Stourport, Worcestershire, tin-plate workers.

paper colourer.- Henry A. Newcomb, Upper Dorchester PETITION ANNULLED.

place, New North-road, Islington, Middlesex, bill broker. Wm. Bennett, Foster Mill, near Hebden-bridge, Yorkshire, March 27 at 11, before the Chier COMMISSIONER. and Horwich, near Botton, Lancashire, cotton spinner.

Charles R. D'Azene, Essex-street, Strand, Middlesex, out Scotch SEQUESTRATIONS.

of business. Thos. Axtens, Westminster-bridge-road, Surrey, Sawtell, Munn, & Desgrand, Paisley, London, and Paris, 1 out of business.

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