1554 THE LONDON GAZETTE, APEIL 12, 1861.
London, 71, Flee'-strect.
llth April, 1S61.
OT'ICE is hereby given, that the Partnership
N OTICE is herebycarried on betweenPublishers,business
given, that the Partnership
of Booksellers, Newsagents, and
fore subsisting and
N heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned,
as the firm of Duncan C. Dallas and Co., has this day been
Frederick Farrah, and William Dunbar, is this day mutually
dissolved, so far as the same relates to the said Thomas
terminated. Wilks; and that all debts due to -and from the heretofore
Duncan C. Dallas. copartnership firm of Wilks, Farrab, and Dunbar, will be
received and paid by the said Frederick Farrah and William
W. C. Prince. Dunbar. ' Thomas Wilks.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the Copartnership here-
tofore carried on by us the undersigned, under the
firm of Humphries and Luxford, was dissolved on the 23rd
day of March last, by mutual consent.—Dated this llth No. 47, Holy well-street, Strand,
day of April, 1861. London, VV.C.
Wittm. Luxford. N OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership between
the undersigned, William George Brown and Edwin
Brown, in the trade or business of Market Gardeners, at
OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership hereto- Ealing, in the county of Middlesex, under the firm of
N fore subsisting between the undersigned, John William George Brown and Edwin Brown, was this day
William Rowles and William Stanjon, carrying on business dissolved by mutual consent; and in future the business
as Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, at Leicester, in the county will be carried on by the said William George Brown, on
of Leicester, hath been this day dissolved by mutual consent. his separate account, and who will pay and receive all debts
—Dated this sixth day of April, 1861. owing from and to the said partnership in the regular course
John William Bowles. of trade.—Witness our hands this 10th day of April, 1861.
William Stamjon. William George Brmon.
OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership hereto- Edwin Brown.
N fore subsisting between us the undersigned, William
Shrnbsole ond John Shrnbsole, carrying on business as N OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership hereto-
fore subsisting between us the undersigned, John
Drapers, Mercers, and Undertakers, at Kingston-upon- Wood the elder and Tlohn Wood the younger, carrying on
Tharaes, in the county of Surrey, under the firm of Shrub- business under the firm of Wood and Son, as Bakers, Meal-
sole and Sons, was this day dissolved by mutual consent, as men, and Corn and Flour Factors, at No. 75, on Redcliff-
regards the said William Shrubsole.—Dated the 25th day hill, in the city and county of Bristol, was dissolved on and
of March, 1861. Wm. Shrubsole. from the 25th day of March last, by mutual consent; and
John Shrubsole. that all debts due and owing to and from the said late
partnership will be received and paid respectively by
j^OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership here- the said John Wood the younger, on the premises, No.
ill tofore subsisting between us the undersigned, 75, Redcliff-hill, Bristol aforesaid.—As witness our hands
Matthew Plews, Francis Theodore Lewis, and Charles this 10th day of April, 1861.
Robert Teagne, in the business of Auctioneers 'and Sur- John Woody senr.
veyors, at Mo. 9, Basinghall-street, London, has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent—Dated this Sih day of John Wood, junr.
April, 1861. Matthew Pletvs.
F. T. Lewis. N OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership hereto-
fore existing between us the undersigned, Henry
Herbert Temple, Herbert Robinson, and Herbert Cautley
Charles R. Teague. Blackburn, trading in London and Madeira, under the style
XT OTIC E is hereby given, that the Copartnership or firm of Blackburn, Temple, and Robinson, in London, and
1 1 carried on for some time past at No. 256, Euston- Temple, Blackburn, and Co., in Madeira, as Madeira
road, in the county of Middlesex, by Charles Johns and Merchants, terminated and was dissolved by mutual con-
Alfred William Banks, as Saddlers and Harness Makers, sent, as from the 30th day of June, 1860.
under the firm of Johns and Banks, was this day dissolved Henry H. Temple.
by mutual consent, and for certain considerations, and that Herbert Robinson.
the said Charles Johns will carry on the said trade of a
Saddler and Harness Maker alone, at No. 256, Euston-road, Herbt. C. Blackburn.
who is empowered to receive, discharge, and settle all debts [Extracts from the Edinburgh Gazette of April 9,
due to and by the said copartnership concern.—Dated this
9th day of April, 1861. 1861.]
A'fred W. Banks. NOTICE.
Charles Johns. M R. JAMES PATERSON has this day retired from
the Partnership of James Sim and Company,
TTHE Partnership heretofore existing between us the Manufacturing Chemists and Wholesale Druggists in
JL undersigned,. Abraham Moses, Moses Moses, and Aberdeen ; and the Business will be carried on by the
Jacob Moses, late of Sydney, New South Wales, and all other Subscribing Partners, at the. Shop, 76, King-street,
now of London, trading under the style or firm of A. under the said Firm of James Sim and Company, who
Moses and Sons, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. have now right to all debts due to the Company, and will
All debts due to and from the late firm, are to be paid to pay all claims against them.
and received by the undersigned, Moses Moses, of No. 55, Jas. Sim.
Enston-square, in the county of Middlesex.—As witness Jas. Paterson.
our hands the 10th day of April, 1SCI.
A. Moses. Wm. Gordon.
JAMBS MILNE, Writer in Aberdeen, Witness to
Moses Moses. the Subscriptions of Mr. James Sim, Mr. James
Jacob Moses. Paterson, and Mr. William Gordon.
r FRANCIS EDMOND. Junr., Advocate's Apprentice
riAKE notice, that the Partnership lately subsisting
JL between us the undersigned, George Wyilie. Daniel in Aberdeen, Witness to the Subscriptions of
and George Davenport Freeman, as Surgeons and Apothe- Mr. James Sim, Mr. Jamea Puterson, aud Mr.
caries, at East Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, has this day by William Gordon-
mutual consent been dissolved.—Dated this 21st day of Aberdeen, March 6, 1861.
March, 1861. George Wythe Daniel.
George Davenport Freeman.
Re JOSEPH SMITH. Publican, Deceased.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership lately
subsisting between the undersigned, Joseph Sheldon
Wilkinson and George Rawden Robson, iu the profession
Pursuant to the Act of Paii'ameiit. 22nd and 23rd Victoria,
cup. 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law
or business of a Surgeon and Apothecary, at Great Marlnw, of Property and to relieve Trustees."
OTICE is hereby given, that all creditors or claimants
in the county of Bucks, under the firm of Joseph Sheldon
Wilkinson and George Rawden Kobson, expired on the N ugainst the e-tite of Joseph Smith, late of l'enkridg<>,
in the count; of Stafford, Publican, w':o died on or about
29th day of March last; and in future the profession or
business of a Surgeon and Apothecary will be curried on the 26th day of December, 1354, and whose will was proved
by the snid Joseph Sheldon Wilkinson and George Itawik-u in Her M 'jetty's District Registry Court of Lichfield, on
Robson, on their separate accounts; and we give notice, the 21st day of September, 1RGO, by Sarah Smith, his
that all debts owing from and to the suid late partnership Widow, of Pi-nkridge aforesaid, the executrix named
in the regular course of business will be paid and received therein, are hereby renjiired to send in the particulars of
by either of us.—Witness our hands this 10th day of April, their claims and demands to the offices of the undersigned,
Jos. Sheldon Wilkinson. on or befoic the 25th day of May next, at the expiration
of which time the said executrix will proceed to distribute
George Rawden Robson, the assets of the said testator amongst the parties entitled