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OF THE UNITED KINGDOM STAMPS DENOTING
have been of great public benefit, had it been provided and appropriated for denoting the 80 framed as to come into full operation. I
duty to which such last-mentioned instrument express my doubts with very great reluctance, is or may be liable, nor to authorize the using and am truly sorry it is so.
for any instrument any stamp specially appro
priated to any other instrument, by having its LEGISLATIVE CHANGES.
name on the face thereof. 1 & 2 Vict. c. 85.
Imprisonment for Debt.-It is worthy of reAS ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE USING IN ANY PART
mark that, under the New Rules of the Insolvent Debtors' Court, an attorney can be
retained out of prison, the petition and scheLAND RESPECTIVELY. [10TH AUGUST, 1838.]
dule preparing for filing, and the other docu
ments obtained. The brokers are authorized Stamps denoting duties Payable in one Part of the United Kingdom may be Used for In
to value the excepted property (to the amount struments liable to Stamp Duties Payable in any
of 201.) of persons who are about to be taken other Part. Proviso.- Whereas under and
in execution. And if the party do not petiby virtue of the laws in force separate and tion within fourteen days after such valuation, distinct stamps are used for denoting the stamp
then another valuation to be made at half the duties payable in Great Britain and Ireland charge. Thus, on being taken to prison, the respectively, and it is expedient to permit several documents, including the appraisestamps denoting the duties payable on deeds ment, being obtained, the petitioner's scheor instruments in either of the said parts of dule can be filed, and the order consequent on the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
the filing is issued, and he can in a few days Ireland, to be used for deeds or instruments afterwards obtain his liberty on bail, and reliable to stamp duties payable in the other main out of custody until the adjudication part of the said United Kingdom : Be it
upon his case. By this process an applicant therefore enacted by the Queen's most excel
sustains but a very brief confinement.-Monthlent Majesty, by and with the advice and con
ly Law Magazine, November. sent of the Lords spiritual and temporal, and
There were only four Bankruptcies anCommons, in this present parliament assem
nounced in Tuesday Night's Gazette, and none bled, and by the authority of the same, that
of them in the metropolis. This is the second from and after the passing of this act any deed Gazette which has appeared in succession or instrument liable to any stamp duty payable
without a London Bankruptcy. in either part of the said United Kingdom, October, was sworn into office and took his
Appointments.-Dr. Lushington, on the 18th and for or upon which any stamp or stamps seat as Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, denoting a stamp duty or stamp duties payable vacant by the death of Sir J. Nicholl. The have been at any time heretofore or shall be at salary is 2,5001. per annum. Anthony Oliany time hereafter used, of equal or greater phant, esz, to the Chief Justiceship of the amount with or than 'the duty or duties Island of Ceylon. chargeable by law upon or in respect of such
TO CORRESPONDENTS. deed or instrument, shall nevertheless be deemed valid and effectual in the law : Pro
The great space in our columns that the vided always, that nothing herein contained Court Business occupies, prevents the comshall extend to authorize the using of any pleting our own arrangements in this Number. stamp denoting any of the Law, Chancery, or We will attend to the communications in our Exchequer fund duties in Ireland for any in- | next as far as we may have room at this busy strument other than such as is or shall be
We must, however, at starting, inliable to the duty denoted by such stamp, nor to authorize the using for any instrument
form our friends that this Periodical being liable to any of the said last-mentioned duties devoted to actual practice, only practical comany stamp other than such as is or may be "munications can be attended to.
A LIST OF ATRICLED CLERKS APPLYING TO BE ADMITTED AS ATTORNEYS
IN THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, HILARY TERM, 1839.
Clerk's Name and Residence.
Atkinson, Josias, Skipton
To whom articled, assigned, &'c., and Residence.
John Pontifex, St. Andrew's-court.
signed to Henry Alcock, Skipton.
William Brissault Minet, Lawrence Pountney
Axford, Frederick Pain, 13, New North-street,
Gloucester-street; and Great Ormond-street
Barker, Samuel, 162, Aldersgate-street; and Man
chester Brooke, Cooper Charles, 27, New-street, Dorset
square; and Upper Montagu-street Brown, Thomas Stephen, Folkstone ; 25, Friday
street; and 15, Little Carter-lane
John Ambrose, Manningtree.
John Gibbs, Rochester.
List of Articled Clerks applying to be admitted as Altorneys
To whom articled, assigned, c., and Residence.
George Ansell, Keswick.
Edmund Dade Conyers, Great Duffield.
Clerk's Name and Residence. Barber, Samuel, Heaton Norris; and Macclesfield Broadbent, Charles Edward, 11, Penton-place; and
Robert Bradley, Kirkby Lonsdale.
Dennis Barker, Wakefield.
Ezra and John Eagles, Ampthill.
Thomas Ives, Brayne Hostage, Castle Northwich.
ris, Manchester. John Baker, Aldwick; assigned to John Bethune
Bayly, Devizes; assigned to Charles Meredith,
dale; and Great Coram-street
Baker, John, the younger, 61, Gower-street
Bush, Henry, Beach ; and Bristol
White, 11, Bedford-row.
Edward M. Elderton, Queen-square.
Caton, George, Ventnor, Isle of Wight; Bayham
terrace ; and Addington-place
street; and Clarence-terrace
street ; and Stockton Elderton, Henry M., Norfolk-street, Strand Elton, John William, Redland, near Bristol ; 3,
Newman's-row, Gerrard-street; and Featherstone.
wick-square; and Haverfordwest
Coleford ; and Oxford-street
Thomas Evans, Haverfordwest ; assigned to Jona
than Rogers Powell, Haverfordwest.
Henry Hooper Fryer, Coleford.
Brooke Smith, Bristol; assigned to William Stevens,
Fawcett, Sedbergh, and Richard Addison, Meck
Chamberlain Faithfull, 5, King's-road.
Faithfull, Henry, 5, King's-road
Fenwick, Henry, Red-barns, near Newcastle-upon
street, Strand; and Cheltenham
John Iliffe and John Garrard, Olney.
signed to John Wright, 6, Hart-street.
Edward Robert Spence, Hertford.
Clerk's Name and Residence.
To whom articled, assigned, $c., and Residence. Humphreys, John, Upper Clapton
James Smith, Coopers' Hall. Hunter, John, 6, Frederick's-place; and Newcastle- John Anderson Pybus, Newcastle.
upon-Tyne Hodge, George William, 19, Adam-street, Adelphi ; George William Cram, Newcastle.
and Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hartcup, William, 49, Woburn-place; and Bungay James Taylor Margetson, Bungay. Hallett, Henry Hughes, 13, Clement’s-inn
Thomas Charles Bellingham, Battle.
Francis M.Donnell, Usk.
square; and Kidderminster
John Elliot Fox, Finsbury-circus. Jones, John Griffith, Beaumaris; Liverpool; Tha- Robert Grace, Liverpool. net-place; and Hyde-street
(Articled by the name of John Jones] Jones, John, Liverpool
William Jones, Liverpool. Kendall, James, Northallerton
John Sanders Walton, Northallerton. Low, Archibald M'Arthur, 4, Manchester-street; Archibald Low, Portsea.
Henry Ling, Bloomsbury-square. Leigh, Frederick, 10, Chapel-place, Cavendish- Charles Wooldridge, senior, and Charles Woolsquare; and Winchester
dridge, junior, Winchester. Lindsell, William, Biggleswade; and Hemel Hemp- Philip Richard Falkner, Newark-upon-Trent; asstead
signed to William Smith, Hemel Hempstead. Loveday, Richard, Warwick
William Griffin, Warwick.
street ; and Downham-market Markham, Henry Philip, Northampton
Charles Markham, Northampton. Mends, Matthew Thomas, 2 Bennett-street, Stam- John Geare, Exeter ; assigned to George William ford-street; and Exeter
Robert Overend, York and Manchester.
Manchester ; and 19, Featherstone-buildings to George Wareing Ormerod, Manchester.
Robert Hewitt, Northampton.
Bedford-ror; and Chatham
Worcester; and Sidmouth-street
buildings, now of Ware. Plomer, John Gilbert, 5, New-square, Lincoln's- James Plomer, Helston.
inn; 10, Soley-terrace, Pentonville; Helston,
Cornwall; and 5, Serjeant's-inn
Benjamin Hart Lyne, Liskeard, Cornwall; as
signed to William Castleman, Wimborne Minster. Pickup, Mark, Manchester ; Pontefract, York; 63, John Ramskill, Pontefract.
Beresford-street, Surrey ; Darlington, York Pickering, George Smith, Clapham, Surrey
Edward Rowland Pickering, Lincoln's-inn. Patteson, Edward John, 7, Bedford-street; and Philip Matthew Chitty, Shaftesbury; assigned to Doughty-street
Septimus Burton and George Fraser, Lincoln's
John Rocke Hoyte, City of Bristol.
place; 51, Torrington-square; 5, Middleton- 4, Adelphi-terrace, Middlesex. square; 14, Millman-street Rouse, James Alexander, 67, Lamb's Conduit- William Hart Rouse, Great Torrington, Devon.
street; and Great Torrington, Devon
David Thomas, Forebridge, Stafford.
To whom articled, assigned, $c., and Residence. Evan Morris, Harcourt-buildings, Temple.
Joseph Fisher Cleeve, Somerset.
Clerks Name and Residenec. Sladen, St. Barbe, 32, Ebury-street, Pimlico, Mid
dlesex Smith, Thomas, 17, Henrietta-street, Middlesex ;
and Wrington, Lancaster Simpson Thomas Brodrick, 41, Marchmont-street;
and Whitby Sewell, Edward, Halsted, Essex; and Lower Clapton Swann, Edward Bonsor, Gloucester Tyssen, Henry, 27, Graham-street, Pimlico ; High
Holborn; Huntingdon ; and 24, Stockbridge-ter
James Walker, Whitby, York.
Decimus Sewell, Halsted, Essex, John Chadborn, Gloucester. Henry Sweeting, Huntingdon.
William Beale, Maidstone, Kent; assigned to Henry
Heald, 16, Austin-friars, London. Charles Henry Turner, city of Exeter,
Roger Williams Gem, Birmingham.
Tourle, John Joseph, 7, Warnford-court; and Maida
stone, Kent Truscott, George Frederick, 1, Judd-street; and
Exeter Taylor, Edward Moore, 9, Camden-street, Middle
sex; and Birmingham Turnbull, John, Durham Tippetts, Thomas, Dursley, Gloucester Underhay, John, Brixham, Devon ; 13, Warwick
court, and 24, East-street, Lamb's Conduit-street Wetwand, William Henry, Kingston-upon-Hull Waters, Thomas, 47, Lower Stamford-street; and
Salisbury White, John Richard, 27, Henry-street, Middlesex
Jobn Burrell, Durham.
John Thorney, Kingston-upon-Hull. James Cobb, Salisbury.
Moulton Messiter, late of Sandwich; assigned to
William Dyke Whitmarsh, City of New Sarum,
Wilson, Thomas Lumore, 6, York-place
James Tibbets, Warwick.
Ralph Park Philipson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; assigned to George Walford Armstrong, 13, Red Lion-street; assigned to Robert Jackson, 41,
Bedford-row. John Cambridge, Bury St. Edmunds; assigned to
William Ransom, Stowmarket, Suffolk ; assigned to Henry Rogers, Thetford, Norfolk.
Young, Samuel, David, Thetford, Norfolk
Business in the Courts.
COURT OF CHANCERY.
Michaelmas Term, 1838.
Petition Day.- Petitions and Ap.
Friday, Nov. 2 Motions.
Demurrers, Exceptions, 6 Wednesday 7
Causes, and Further Directions. Thursday.. 8 Motions.
Short Causes, Unopposed Petitions, Friday 9 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions,
Causes, and Further Directions. Saturday .. 107 Monday.. 12 | Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Tuesday.. 13 Causes, and Further Directions. Wedneday 14 Thursday.. 15 Motions.
Short Causes, Unopposed Petitions, Friday 16 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions,
Causes, and Further Directions. Saturday .. 17 Monday.. 19 | Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Tuesday.. 20 Causes, and Further Directions. Wednesday 21 Thursday.. 22 Motions. Friday .... 23
Short Causes, Unopposed Petitions, previous to General Paper.
Demurrers, Exceptions, Saturday .. 24 Ple
Causes, and Further Directions, Monday.. 26 Motions.
21 } Appeals and Causes.
journment on the days following each of such sitting
days. On Wednesday, the 28th November, no Friday, Nov. 2 Motions.
causes will be tried, but the court will adjourn to a Saturday .. 3 Petitions in General Paper.
future day. Monday..
Pleas, Demurrers, Causes, Further
SITTINGS IN MICHAELMAS TERM, 1838. Saturday .. 10
Nisi Prius. Pleas, Demurrers, Causes, Further Monday.. 12
B. Bolland. Directions, and Exceptions. Tuesday.. 13
Friday Nov. 2 Wednesday 14
Satur. Thursday.. 15 Motions.
Mids. Ist sit. Saturday .. 17
7 Special paper
Ditto by adj. Monday.. 19
Ldn. Ist sit.
9 Lord Mayor sworn, & Wednesday 21
Errors Thursday.. 22 Motions.
Saturday .. 10 Crown cases
pec. paper, & sheriffsDirections and Exceptions
chosen Saturday .. 24 Petitions in General Paper.
Tuesday 13 Errors
Wedn. 14 Special paper
Midx. 2d sit.
Monday 19 Special paper
Ditto by adj.
Tuesday 20 every Tuesday, at the Sitting of the Court.
Wedn. 21 Special paper
Ldn. 2d sit. Thurs. 22
Ditto by adj.
Monday .. 26
After Term. Before LORD DENMAN, Chief Justice,
.Nov. 27 | Wedn. (to adj.) Nov. 28.
REMANETS FROM TRINITY TERM, 1838.
STANDING FOR JUDGMENT.
Rivus v. Watson, demurrer.
Heard 17th January.
The court will sit at eleven o'clock in term in Mid- Corral and Wife o. Cattle-Do.
Tobin v. Crawford-Do. postponed from the 3rd and 7th November to the
NEW TRIAL PAPER. 27th; and all other causes on the lists for the 3rd and 7th November, will be taken from day to day
For Michaelmas Term, 1838. until they are tried. Undefended causes only will
STANDING FOR JUDGMENT. be taken on 23rd November. Defended as well as
Moved Easter Term, 1837. undefended causes entered for the sitting on 24th
Middlesex. East v. Hall. November, will be tried on that day, if the plaintiffs wish it, unless there be a satisfactory affidavit of
FOR ARGUMENT. merits.
Moved Easter Term, 1838.
Liverpool. Orrell v. Greenough.
Flintshire. Griffith v. Williams.
Moved after the 4th Day of Easter Term.
London. Horsey v. Hanks.
Moved Trinity Term, 1838.
London. Chanter o. Johnson, Saturday. 17 Wednesday.
Do. Chanter v. Hopkins.
The court will sit at ten o'clock in the forenoon on From Trinity to Michaelmas Term, 1838. each of the days in term, and at half-past nine pre
Rules Nisi moved. cisely on each of the days after term. The causes in May 10.-Browning, Esq., v. Jones, a prisoner ; to the list for each of the above sitting days in term, if discharge defendant out of custody. Counsel, Mr. not disposed of on those days, will be tried by ad- Kelly.