490 THE LONDON GAZETTE, JANUARY 26, "VT OTICE is hereby given that the Partnership heretofore 1/1 subsisting between us the undersigned Francis Wilmot Rose and Charles Edward Francis carrying on N OTICE issubsistingJohn Crawford Partnership here** tofore hereby given, that the Christopher Scott and between us the undersigned carrying on busi- business as Photographic Publishers at 9, Avenue-road, ness as Grocers Provision Dealers and General Merchants Acton, London, W. under the style or firm of Chester at Bedlington Station Bedlington Northumberland under Vaughan has been dissolved so far as concerns the said the style or firm of C. Scott and Co. has been this day Charles Edward Francis as and from the 31st day of dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due to and August 1896. All debts due to and owing by the said owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by late firm will be received and paid by the said Francis the said Christopher Scott who will in future carry on Wilmot/Rose and Gerald Ernest Sharp, who will carry on the business alone.—Dated this 20th day of January the said Partnership under the same style or firm.—Dated 1897. CHRISTOPHER SCOTT. 9th day of January 1897. JOHN CRAWFORD. F. W. ROSE. C. E. FRANCIS. &. E. SHARP. N OTICE is hereby given that the Partnership hereto- fore subsisting between us the undersigned Edward Leopold Cory and James Burrow carrying on N OTICE is hereby given that the Partnership hereto- fore subsisting between Henry William Cooper, John Close the younger and Charles Albert Cooper business as Fishmongers and Greengrocers at No. 42, Station-road, Cheadle, Hulme, in the county of Chester under the style or firm of Cory and Burrow has been carrying on business as Wine and Spirit Merchants at dissolved by mutual consent as and from the date No. 49 Skeldergate in the city of York under the style or hereof.—Dated the twenty-first day of January 1897. firm of Cooper and Close and at Nos. 145 and 146 High- JAMES BURROW. street in the city of Kingston-upon-Hull in the county EDWARD LEOPOLD COBY. of York under the style or firm of Willford McBride and Company has been dissolved by mutual consent so far as concerns the said John Close as from the 3rd day of N OTICE is hereby given that the Partnership here- tofore subsisting between us the undersigned James Robert Moore and Mary Stagg carrying on December 1896. All debts due to and owing by the said business as Drapers at No. 64 Liverpool-road St. Helens late firm will be received and paid by the said Henry under the style or firm of Moore and Stagg has been William Cooper and Charles Albert Cooper who will dissolved by mutual consent as and from the fifteenth alone continue the said business under the style or firm day of January one thousand eight hundred and ninety- of Cooper and Co. and Willford McBride and Co — seven. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm Dated this 8th day of January 1897. will be received and paid by the said Mary Stagg.— H. W. COOPER. Dated this 15th day of January 1897. JOHN CLOSE. JAMES ROBERT MOORE. C. A. COOPER. MARY STAGG. N OTICE is hereby given that the Partnership here- tofore subsisting between us the undersigned N OTICE is hereby given that the Partnerthip sub- sisting between us the undersigned Bernard Abraham Shaw Livesey and Harry Oldham carrying on McCourt Mary Lucy McCourt and Catherine McCourt business as Cloth and Plush Finishers and Dyers at carrying on business as Pawnbrokers in the name of the Lords Mill, Honley near Huddersfield in the said Bernard McCourt alone at Numbers 1 and 2 Wall- county of York under the style or firm of Livesey and brook-street Wallbrook in the parish of Sedgley in the Oldham has been dissolved by mutual consent as and county of Stafford has been dissolved by mutual consent from the twenty-second day of January one thousand so far as regards the said Bernard McCourt as and from eight hundred and ninety-seven. All debts due to and the sixteenth day of November last. All debts due to owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by and owing by the said Partnership will be received and the said Abraham Shaw Livesey who will continue to paid by the said Mary Lucy McCourt and Catherine carry on the said business under his own name.—Dated McCourt by whom the business will in future be carried this twenty-second .day of January one thousand eight on.—Dated this twenty-second day of January 1897. hundred and ninety-seven. BERNARD McCOURT. ABRAHAM SHAW LIVESEY. MARY LUCY McCOURT. HABRY OLDHAM. CATHERINE McCOURT. N OTICE is hereby given that the Partnership which has for some time past been carried on by us the N OTICE is hereby given that the Partnership hereto- fore subsisting between me the undersigned George undersigned Henry Charles Jobson and William Swan Dodge and John Glover carrying on business as Cart-horse Stallybrass under the style or firm of Jobson and Sfcally- Dealers at Oliver House Oliver-road Leyton in the county brass at 110 Bute-street Cardiff in the trade or business of Essex under the style or firm of Glover and Dodge has of Shipowners, Shipbrokers, Coal Exporters and other been dissolved as and from the 18th day of January 1897 Merchants and Agency business has been dissolved by by notice from me to the said John Glover determining mutual consent as and from the 8th day of January the same.—Dated this 22nd day of January 1897. 1897.—As witness our bands this 21st day of January GEORGE DODGE. 1897. H. C. JOBSON. W. S. STALLYBRASS. COUNTY COURTS' JUBISDICTION. OTICE is hereby given that the Partnership lately subsisting between us the undersigned Richard P URSUANT to a Decretal Order of the County Court of Warwickshire, holden at Coventry, made in an Oakley Samuel Rooker Mason and Alfred Oakley carry- action Z 1416, Jonah Brookes against William J. Perm. ing on business as Coopers and Packing Case Makers at It was declared that the Partnership between the plain- Lichfield-street Cooperage Walsall in the county of tiff and defendant under the style of J. Brookes and Co. Stafford under the style or firm of Mason and Oakley at Day's-lane, in the city of Coventry, as Cycle Saddle has been dissolved by mutual consent as from the 30th Manufacturers, do stand dissolved as from the 8th day day of September 1SSK5 so far as regards the said Samuel of September 1896.—Dated this 21st day of January 1897. Hooker Mason who retires from the firm. All debts due CHAS. A. KIR BY Registrar. to or owing by the late firm will be received and paid by the said Richard Oakley and Alfred Oakley who will Deceased. continue the said business under the style or firm of Pursuant to JOSEPH|GROVES 23 Vic. cap. 35. intituled the Statute 22 and Richard Oakley and Son.1—As witness our hands this " An Act to further amend the Law of Property and 21st day of January 1897. to relieve Trustees. RICH-\RD OAKLEY. OTICE is hereby given that all persons having any SAMUEL ROOKER MASON. ALFRED OAKLEY. N claim against the estate of Joseph Groves late of Firth House Rastrick in the borough of Brighouse in T^j OTICE is hereby given that Henry Peach late of the county of York Gentleman deceased (who died on the JL^i Pontypool in the county of Monmouth Wine and 15th day of November 1896 and whose will was proved Spirit Merchant now residing at Griffithstown in the s-aid in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of the county on the ninth day of December one thousand High Court of Justice on the 4th day of December eight hundred and ninety-six ceased to be a member of 1896 by Joseph Walton the sole executor therein named) the Partnership till then subsisting between the said are hereby required to send particulars in writing of Henry ljeach and us the undersigned Edwin Fowler, their claims to me, the undersigned Solicitor for the .Kees Emanue), Henry Bunting, Daniel Lewis, and David said executor on or before the first day of March next Morgan 1 Jewellin under the name or style of the Ponty- after which date the said executor will proceed to distri- pool Recreation Ground Company at Pontypool in the bute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons county of Monmouth.—Dated this fifteenth day of entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of January, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven. which he shall then have had notic.e.—Dated this 20th EDWIN FOWLER. D. M. LLEWELLIN. day of January 1897. R. E MANUEL. • DANL.. LEWIS, GEO. FURNIS3 Bank - buildings Brighouse HEN.RY BUNTING, Solicitor for the said Executor.