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Associates and their officers, in reference to proceedings at Nisi Prius on ORDER IN COUNCIL.

the circuits; and that the fees on searches for fines and recoveries of

record in this Court shall be the same as heretofore.” 1870. Sept. 9. — The Lords and others of Her Majesty's Most

7. The registry of executions, judgments, statutes, recognizances, &c., Honourable Privy Council, by virtue and in exercise of the powers in under the Acts of 18 Vict. c. 15; 23 & 24 Vict. c. 38; 27 & 28 Vict. them vested under the Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act, 1869 (in c. 112; and 28 & 29 Vict. c. 104, for the County Palatine of Lancaster

, this Order referred to as the Act of 1869), and of every other power the fees thércon specified in the said Acts to be payable to the Senior

Preston, who shall as such receive enabling them in this behalf, do order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows :

Master of the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster, 1. This order shall take effect from and immediately after the 14th

8. In Rule 24, in lieu of the words “and to include mileage, in dlay of September, 1870, and words in this Order have the same meaning actions above 201.

, 31. 88.; in actions under 201., 21. 14s.,” the following as in the Act of 1869.

shall be substituted —“ In actions where a Preston, Liverpool, or Man2. Subject to any Order of Council to the contrary (either of previous chester attorney properly concerned, 31. 8s.; service by a correspondent

, date to this Order or hereafter made) all the regulations in the Fourth or mileage where the distance exceeds five miles, in addition, not exceedSchedule to the Act of 1869 shall apply to cattle brought from any ing. 128. In agency cases, including mileage, and whether served by port of France; and, subject as aforesaid, all such cattle shall be plaintiff's attorney or by an agent, 41," slaughtered within ten days after the landing thereof, exclusive of the

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GENERAL RULES AND ORDERS.

The Right Honourable Frelerick Temple, Lord Dufferin, K.P., K.C.B.,

Professional Partnerships Dissalbed. Chancellor of the Duchy and County Palatine of Lancaster (with the advice and consent of Sir Robert Lush, Knight, Chief Justice, and

FRIDAY, Sept 9, 1870. Sir Anthony Cleasby, Knight, one of the Justices of the Court of Granger, Chas, and Arthur C. Granger (Granger & Son), Leeds, Solicitors. Aug 18, Common Pleas at Lancaster), doth hereby, in pursuance of the Common

mutually dissolved. Chas Granger will carry on the business at 7 Bank-st, Leeds, o

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TUESDAY, Sept 13, 1870. Chief Justice and Justice do hereby, also in pursuance of an Act of Fawcett, Thos C., Hy P. Horne, and Robt Hunter (Fawcett Horne, & Hunter), Lincoln's Parliament passed in the session of Parliament held in the fourth and inn-Bds, Attorneys and Solicitors, from Sept 6, so far as regards Thos C. Fawcett. fifth years of the reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled " An Act for improving the Practice and Proceedings of the

Udinding-up of Saint Stack Companies. Court of Common Pleas of the County Palatine of Lancaster:” and in pursuance and execution of the Common Law Procedure Act, 1852, the

Friday, Sept 9, 1870. Common Law Procedure Act, 1851, the Common Law Procedure Act,

LIMITED IN CHANCERY. 1860, and of all other powers and authorities enabling them in this Yniscedwyn Iron Company (Limited). — Petition for winding-up, presented Sept> behalf, make and publish the following General Rules, and do order

directed to be heard before the M.R. on Nov 5. Kimber & Ellis, Lombard-st, agents and direct as follows:

for C. Norton, Swansea, solicitor for petitioner,

Stowmarket Paper Making Company (Limited).---Petition for winding-up, presented The General Rules and Orders of the 23rd of October, 1869, shall be Sept 5, directed to be heard before the M. R. on first Petition Day of next Micbaelmas varied, from the 1st day of October next, in the following particulars :- Term. Kimber & Ellis, Lombard-st, solicitors for the petitioners.

1. At the end of Rule 2, in lieu of the words “the district where the defendant then is or permanently resides, the following shall be sub

Creditors under Estates in Chancery. stituted—“In such district as such attorney or the plaintiff when suing in person may select; provided that, when an attorney institutes any

TUESDAY, Sept 13, 1870. such cause, suit, or proceeding as aforesaid, by another attorney acting surnames, addresses and descriptions, the full particulars of their claims, a statemente con

Creditors ander the under-mentioned estates to send by post their Christian sod as his agent, the address for service of such agent shall be considered their accounts, and the nature of the securities (if any) held by them, to the under as the address for service of the attorney instituting the suit, cause, or mentioned solicitors on or before the days under-mentioned. proceeding, within the meaning of this Rule."

Trotter, Theophilus, Lydney, Gloucester, Coal Proprietor and General Agent. Sept 3 2. In lieu of the last clause of Rule 4, the following one shall be sub- Solicitors, Wintle & Maule, Newnham, Gloucester. Taylor v. Trotter. Creditors hold stituted—“ Provided that in the Manchester district the office of the ing security to produce same before V.-C. Stuart on Oct 31, at 1. Prothonotary shall be closed during the whole of Whitsun week, and in the Preston district, only on Whit-Tuesday.”

Creditars under 22 & 23 Wict. cap. 35. 3. In lieu of the 13th Rule the following one shall be substituted

Friday, Sept 9, 1870. " An attorney of any of Her Majesty's Superior Courts at Westminster

Last Day of Claim, may be admitted an attorney of this Court on producing his certificate of admission in one of such Courts and his certificate to practise as Brandt, Hy E., Neumünster, near Zurich, Switzerland, Esq. Oct 31. Cunliffe & Beansuch, or otherwise satisfying the Prothonotary thereof, and on signing Carey, Mary, Wigan, Widow. Oct 28. L. R. Rowbottom, Wigan. the Roll of Attorneys of the Court : and any attorney already admitted Cholmondeley, Most Hon Geo Horatio, late Marquis of, Houghton ball, Norfolk, azd into this Court shall be admitted by the Prothonotary to practise in any Clark, Wm, Wolverhampton, Coach Builder.

Walters, Young, & Co, Lincoln's-ion, W.C. district of the Court on bis signing the roll of such district, and such

Corser & Fowler, Wolver

hampton. signatures may be either made personally or by another attorney of the Clarke, Richd, Hanley, Stafford, Gent. Oct 11. C. E. Challinor, Hanley. Court, duly authorized by the applicant, in writing, to sign it for him.” Creed, wm, formerly of High-st, Camden-town, Staffordshire

Warehouseman, late of 4. In lieu of the 20th "Rule the following shall be substituted—"In Eaton, Mary s., Runcorn, Chester, Victualler. Oct 1. A. Day, Runcom. addition to those enactments and provisions of the Common Law Pro- Ferreira, Gustavus A., formerly of Dawlish, Devon, late of Alma-ter, Addiscombe, Surres. cedure Act, 1852, which were applied by section 229 of that Act to this Dec 1. W. Jaquet, Serjeants'-inn, Fleet-st. Court, the remaining enactments and provisions of the said Act are Haines, Wm C. P. Island of Jersey, a Major in H.M.'s Staff Corps, Esq. Sept 30. E W. hereby applied with the requisite modifications to this Court, and to all Hubbard, Elizabeth W., North Walsham, Norfolk, Spinster. Nov 1. actions and proceedings therein, mutatis mutandis."

5. That Rule 21 bu amended by striking out the Regulæ Generales Kent, Wm, Horncastle, Lincoln, Grocer. Oct 11. R. & R. Clitherow, Horncastle. of Easter Term, April 23, 1857.

Lewis, Louisa A.J., Peckham-rye, Widow. Nov 7. C. F. Cundy, Regent-st. 6. The following words shall be added to Rule 23—" and the Table

Mivart, Caroline G., North Bank, Regent's-park, Widow. Nov 1. Cutler & Turner,

Bedford-sq.

Oct 6.

G. Wilkinson,

North Walsham.

Mandy, Mary A., Barking, Essex, Widow. Oct 25. W. Blewitt, New Broad-st. Richards, Dyson, Wilton, Wilts, Draper. Pet Sept 5. Sept 28, at 3, County Court, Salis.
Openshaw, Edwd, formerly a Lieutenant in H.M.'s 3rd Regt the Buffs, late of Harrowgate, bury.
York, Gent. Nov 8. W. H. Norris, Bury-la.

Smith, Jno, Blackburn, Colton Spinner and Stone Merchant. Pet Sept 5. Sept 21, at 11,
Parsons, Saml W., Barking, Essex, Gent. Oct 25. W. Blewitt, New Broad-st.

County Court, Blackburn.
Rabone, Wm H., Birmingham. Oct 10. Wills & Newey, Birmingham.

Smith, Peter, Leeds, Ironmonger. Pet Sept 6. Sept 29, at 11, County Court, Leeds.
Reed, Elizabeth, New Quebec-st, Portman-sq, Widow. Oct 15. J. & J. Hopgood, King Sutherland, Wm H., Swansea, Draper. 'Pet Sept 7. Sept 26, at 12, County Court,
William-st, Strand.

Swausea.
Rice, Bernard, Birmingham, Gent. Nov 30. J. B. York, Birmingham.

Sykes, Jno, Stickney, Lincoln, Wheelwright. Pet Sept 2. Sept 20, at 12, County Court,
Smlib, Jno, Northampton, Yeoman. Oct 15. Becke & Green, Northampton.

Boston.
Steel, Hy, Kennyside, Cumberland, Yeoman. Nov 5. Hayton & Simpson, Cocker-

TUESDAY, Sept 13, 1870.
mouth.
Turner, Robt, Caledonian-rd, Middx, Linen Draper. Oct 19. E. W. & R. C. Mote,

To Attend in London,
Warwick-ct, Gray's-inn.

Blagley, Peregrine T., Charing-cross Hotel, Strand, and Brighton, Gent. Pet Sept 9.
Wyatt, Thos E., Lea, Wilts, Gent. Oct 24. Mallings, Ellett, & Co, Cirencester.

Oct 20, at 11.

Brady, Geo, Barking, Essex, and Union Bank-chambers, Carey-st, Chancery-la, Solicitor.
TUESDAY, Sept 13, 1870.

Pet Sept 3. Sept 26, at half-past 11.
Last Day of claim.

Cheyne, Ino, late of Chester, now residing at Boulevard Richard le Noir, Paris. Pet
Aveson, Robt, Leeds, Gent. Dec 1. Markland & Davy, Leeds.

Sept 8. Sept 29, at balf past 11.

Donald, Wm, Poultry, Restaurant Keeper, and of Acton, Middx, Farmer. Pet Sept 9.

W. H. Walsh, Oxford.
Barnard, Geo, Steeple Barton, Oxford, Farmer. Dec 7.

Sept 29, at 12.
Blansbard, Hy, the yr, Westbourne-ter, Hyde park, and Lombard-st, Banker. Nov 10. Guild, Wm, and Edwd Chapman, Finsbury-circus, and Adelaide, South Australia, and

Hyde & Tandy, Ely-pl.
Corps, Jas, Reading, Organ Builder. Sept 30. Day & Hassard, Great George-st, West-

Sydney, New South Wales, Merchants. Pet Sept 10. Sept 26, at 12.
minster

To Attend in the Country.
Elliott, Wm, Methley, nr Leeds, Farmer. Nov 1. J. G. Turner, Leeds.
Fraser, Alex, Botolph Claydon, Bucks, Land Agent. Oct 11. Hearn, Nelson, & Hearn, Baker, Jas C., Liverpool, Estate Agent. Pet Sept 8. Sept 26, at 2, County Court, Liver-
Backingbam.

pool.
Hughes, Wm. Llanrwst
, Denbigh, Surgeon. Oct 29. J. R. Griffith, Llanrwst.

Brown, Wm, Liverpool, Painter and Decorator. Pet Sept 9. Sept 27, at 2, County
Jones, Chas J., Leadenhall-bdgs, London, and of Lower Tulse-hill, Brixton, Merchant. Court, Liverpool.
Dec 31. Clutton & Haines, Serjeants'-inn, Fleet-st.

Butler, Fras D. Warley, Essex, lately a Capt in H.M's 31st Regt of Foot, now a Capt in
Mortimer, Chas, Plymouth, Esq. Oct 2. W. H. Waller, Duke-st, Adelphi; F. A. the 9th Regt of Foot. Pet Sept 7. Oct 17, at 11, County Court, Chelmsford.
Trencbard, Taunton.

Carter, Matthew, Hartlepool, Builder, Farmer, and Brick Manufacturer. Pet Sept 7.
Ricketts, Louisa G., Ramsgate, Spinster. Oct 24. T. Wilkinson, Canterbury.

Sept 24, at 12, County Court, Sunderland.
Rogers, Arnold, Hanover-square, Middx, Surgeon Dentist. Nov 10. Hyde & Tandy, Churchill, Hy, Deddington, Oxford, Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor. Pet Sept 7. Oct 4,
Ely-pl.

at half past 2, County Court, Oxford,
Schoifield, Chas, Clephane-rd, Canonbury, Gent. Nov 1. Roy & Cartwright, Lothbury. Geldard, Josh, Stoke-upon-Trent, Clothier. Pet Sept 9. Sept 26, at 2, County Court,
Scott, Sir David, Porchester-ter, Middx, Bart. Oct 20. Roberts & Simpson, Moor- Stoke-upon-Trent.
gate-st.

Lee, Robt, Liverpool, Victualler. Pet Sept 8. Sept 26, at 11, County Court, Liver.
Silifant, Joo W,, Colebrooke, Devon, Esq. Nov 9. H. & B. J. Ford, Exeter.

pool.
Staniforth, Jno, Darnall, nr Sheffield, Innkeeper. Oct 15. W. Fretson, Sheffield. Locke, Walter, Manchester, Common Brewer. Pet Sept 8. Sept 29, at half-past 9,
Stephenson, Edwd, late of New Zealand, formerly of Whitefriars-st, Fleet-st, Engineer. County Court, Manchester.
Oct 14. Wordsworth, Blake, & Harris, South Sea House, Threadneedle-st.

Mannington, Wm E., Lewes, Grocer and General Dealer. Pet Sept 10. Sept 23, at 12,
Unett, Jno, Chilworth-st, Paddington, House Decorator. Oct 15. W. Moon, Lincoln's- County Court, Lewes.
inn-fids.

Roberts, Thos E., Pant, nr Oswestry, Limeburner. Pet Sept 10. Sept 27, at 12, County
Willson, Josh, Kingston-upon-Hull. Nov 1. C. F. Shackles, Kingston-upon-Hall. Court, Wrexham.

NOTICE OF DIVIDEND MEETINGS.
Bankrupts.

FRIDAY, Sept 9, 1870.
FRIDAY, Sept 9, 1870.

Fletcher, Geo, Brampton, Derby, Provision Dealer and Butcher. Sept 21, at 10, Chester-
To Attend in London.

field.
Gunn, Jno, Austin Friars, Merchant. Pet Sept 5. Sept 26, at 11.

Gardner, Chas E., Paignton, Devon, Saddler. Sept 24, at 12, Totnes.
Mathew, Hy R., Rood-lane, London, Wine and Spirit Agent. Pet Sept 6. Sept 26, Goddard, Anna M., Tonbridge, Schoolmistress, Toy and Fancy Dealer, and Lodging-
at 12.

house Keeper. Sept 22, at 11, Tonbridge.
Thomas, Danl, King-st, West Hammersmith, Butcher. Pet Sept 6. Sept 26, at 1.

Smith, Job, the yr, Overbury, Worcester, Victualler and Cordwainer. Sept 21, at 11,

Tewkesbury.
To Attend in the Country.

TUESDAY, Sept 13, 1870.
Archer, Josh S., Northampton, Hatter. Pet Sept 7. Sept 26, at 10, County Court, Carter, Elliott, Huddersfield, Spade and Shovel Maker, Sept 26, at half-past 11, 11ud-
Northampton.

dersfield.
Briggs. Wm, Palace-sq, Upper Norwood. (Pet Sept 6. Sept 27, at 3, County Court, Lodge; Wm, Kirkheaton, York, Farmer and Cattle Dealer. Sept 26, at 11, Hudders-
Croydon.

.
Devereux, Thos H., Stockton-on-Tees, Outfitter. Pet Sept 6. Sept 21, at 11, County Thornber, Jno, and Jno Kay, Burnley, Lancaster, Warpers and Winders. Sept 29, at 3,
Court, Stockton-on-Tees.

Burnley.
Edmunds, Hy, Abertillery, Monmouth, Innkeeper, Carpenter, and Builder. Adj Sept 6.

Wardle, Jno. Huddersfield, Book-keeper. Sept 26, at half past 10, Huddersfield.
Sept 21, at 10, County Court, Tredegar.

Wolstenhol me, Joo, Burnley, Lancaster, Cotion Manufacturer. Sept 29, at 3, Burnley.
Hession, Jno, Birmingham, Wood Turner and Timber Dealer. Pet Sept 7. Sept 27,
at 11. County Court, Birmingham.

ORDERS OF DISCHARGE GRANTED.
King, Saml, Moss Side, near Manchester, Draper. Pet Sept 5. Sept 21, at 11, County
Court, Salford

FRIDAY, Sept 9, 1870.
Maynard, Joo H., Cardiff, Grocer and Provision Dealer. Pet Sept 6. Sept 20, at 11, Butler, Jno, Salisbury, Horsehair Manufacturer. Sept 7.
County Court, Cardiff.

Gordon, Theodore, Duke-st, Piccadilly, no occupation. May 25, 1865.
Orger, Thos, Hastings, Servant. Pet Sept 3. Sept 24, at 12, County Court, Hastings. Wilson, Thos, Chatham, Victualler. Apr 25.

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