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THE LONDON GAZETTE_ JUNE 8_ 1858

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									  2S46                       THE LONDON GAZETTE, JUNE 8, 1858.
  cellor, Sir Richard Torin Kindersley, the Judge to                  ' TJURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chan-
   whose Court this cause is attached, by Henry Stockwell,               JT eery, made in the causes of Jones against Dangerfield,
  tS>o person appointed for that purpose, at the Antwerp                 Palmer against Dangerfield, the creditors of James Brothers,
  Hotel, Dover, on Tuesday, the 29th day of June, 1858, at              of Brabourne, in the county of Kent, Clerk Jn Orders, on
  two o'clock in the afternoon precisely, in one lot:                   the 1st day of December, 1851, who have not executed,
     A valuable freehold estate, consisting of dwelling-house,          assented to, or taken the benefit of the indenture or deed of
  large rain water tank, stable, cowhouse, lodge, garden, and           trust of that date made for the benefit of the creditors of the
  23A. SB. IP. of rich meadow land at Caple-le-ferne, in the            said James Brothers, are, by their Solicitors, on or before the
  county of Kent, late in the occupation of Mrs. Hester                 3rd day of July, 1858, to come in and prove their debts, at
  Tucker.                                                               the chambers of the Master of the Rolls, in the Rolls-yard
     Particulars and conditions of sale may be had (gratis) of          Chancery-lane, Middlesex, or in default thereof they will be
  Messrs. Bischof?, Coxe, and Bompas, Solicitors, 19, Cole-             peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Decree.
  man-slreet, London; of Mr. Stephen Chalk, Solicitor,                  Friday, the 9th day of July, 1858, at twelve o'clock
  Dover; of the Auctioneer, 38, Snargate-street, Dover;                 at noon, at the said chambers, is appointed for hearing
  and at the place of sale ; and the estate may be viewed               and adjudcating upon the claims.—Dated this 31st day of
  on application to the Auctioneer.                                     May, 1S58.
                           In Chancery.                                 TJURSUANT to a Decretal Order of the High Court of
       ^o he sold, pursuant to an Order of the High Court of            JL Chancery, made in a cause John Butler and other?,
         Chancery, made in a cause of Annett v. Newton, with            against Henry Stacey, the creditors of William Butler, late
   the approbation of the Judge to whose Court the said                of Ferry-lane, Old 'Brentford, in the county of Middlesex,
  cause is attached, at the Auction Mart, Bartholomew-lane,            Publican, who died in or about the month of April, 1858,
   in the city of London, on Monday, the 2lst day of June,             are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 12th day of July,
   1858, at one o'clock in the afternoon, by Mr. Charles                1858, to come in and prove their debts at the chambers of
   Furber, the person appointed by the said Judge, in two              the Master of the Rolls, at the Rolls Chambers, Chancery-
  lots:                                                                lane, Middlesex, or in default thereof they will be per-
      Two -valuable plots of land, on -Sunhury Common, in              emptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Decretal
  the county of Middlesex, containing in the whole 11 A. SB.           Order. Friday, the 16th day of July, 1858, at twelve
 Sip., more or less.                                                   o'clock atnoon, at the said chambers, is appointed for hear-
     The land may be viewed, and particulars and conditions            ing and adjudicating upon the claims.—Dated this 7th day
  of sale may be had of Messrs. Walker, Grant, and Mar-               of June, 1858.
 tineau, No. 13, King's-road, Gray's-inn, Solicitors; Mr.               OURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chan-
 Weymouth, Solicitor, Clifford-inn; at the Flower Pot,                  JL eery, made in a cause, John Simonris and another
  Sunbury; Red Lion, Hampton; King's Head, Hampton                    against Sarah Cottrell and others, the creditors of, and
  Court; Angel and Crown, Staines; Red Lion, Fulham; at                incumbrancers upon, the real estate of John Cottrell, late
 the Auction Mart; and at the Auction Offices, Warwick-               of Cheapside, in the parish of Sunninghill, in the county of
 court, Gray's-inn.                                                    Berks, Baker (who died in or about the month of October,
                                                                       1857), are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 17th of July,
 npo be sold, pursuant to an Order of the High Court of                1858, to come in and prove their claims at the chambers of
   Ji_ Chancery, made in a cause of Phippen v. Bath, with             the Vice - Chancellor Sir John Stuart, at No. 12, Old-
 the approbation of the Judge to whose Court the said cause           square, Liucoln's-inn, Middlesex, or in default thereof they
 is attached, at the Commercial-rooms, in the city of Bristol,        will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said
 on Thursday, the loth day of July, 1858, at one o'clock in           Decree. Wednesday, the 21st day of July, 1858, at one
 the afternoon, by Mr. Henry Robert Fargus, the person                o'clock in the afternoon, at the said chambers, is appointed
appointed to sell the same :                                          for hearing and adjudicating upon the claims.—Dated this
     The remainder of the extensive freehold and leasehold            5th day of June, 1858.
estates of the late Robert Phippen, Esq., of Bridgewater-
court. situate :n the several parishes of Meare, HuntspiD,              OURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chan-
and Wedmore, in the county of Somerset.                                A. eery, made in a cause Samuel Henry Tonge against
     Printed particulars and conditions of sale, with plan of         Mary Ellen Sntcliffe, Widow, and others, the creditors
the premises, may be had (gratis) in London of Mr. Wil-              of Joseph Sutcliffe, late of Halifax, in the county of York,
liam Ley, Solicitor, No. 44, Lincoln's-inn-fields; Mr. W.             Wine Merchant, who died in or about the month of July,
A. Boyle, Solicitor, No. 24, Bedford-place, Russell-square;          1857, are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 13th day of
or Mr. \V. Prideaux, Goldsmith's-hall; and, in the coun-             July, 1858, to come in and prove their debts at the cham-
try, of Messrs. Phippen and Craven, Solicitors, Bristol j            bers of the Vice-Chancellor Sir Richard Torin Kindersley,
Messrs. Edwards. Solicitors, Wedmore; Messrs. Gilling                No. 3, Stone-buildings, Liucoln's-inn, Middlesex, or in
and Bernard, Solicitors, Wells; Messrs. G. and R. Poole,             default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the
Solicitors, Hridgcwater; Messrs. Sturge, Land Surveyors,             benefit of the said Decree. Friday, the 16th day of July,
Bristol; and Messrs. Fargns, Auctioneers, Bristol.                   1858, at one o'clock in the afternoon, at the said chambers,
                                                                     is appointed for bearing and adjudicating upon the claims.
  HT'O be sold, pursuant to an Order of the High Court of            —Dated this 2nd day of June, 1858.
   JL Chancery, made in the matter of the estate of Wil-             "OURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chan-
 liam Gr.-en, late of No. 21, Robinson's-row, Kingsland, in          JL eery made in a cause William Joseph Homewood
 tbe county of Middlesex, Gentleman, deceased, and a                 against Margaret Butcher, the creditors of Joseph Baldock
 cause George Svmons the younger ngainst George Syrnons              Butcher, late of Gravesend, in the county of Kent, Surgeon,
 and Henry Girtml, with the sipprobation of the Master of            who died in or about the month of February, 1858, are, by
 tlie Rolls, in three lots, by .Mr. Wiliiam McDonald, the           their Solicitors, on or before the 25th day of June, 1858,
 person appointed by the said Judge, at the Auction Mart,           to come in and prove their debts at the chambers of the
 near the Hank of England, in the city of London, on                Vice-Chancel lor, Sir William Page Wood, at No. 11, New-
 Monday, the 21st day of June, 1853, at two o'clock pre-            square, Lincoln's-inn, Middlesex, or in default thereof they
 cisely •.                                                          will be excluded from the benefit of the said Decree.
    Certain leasehold houses and premises, situate at Bromp-        Thursday, the 1st day of July, 1858, at three o'clock in the
ton, and in close proximity to the Exhibition of Science            afternoon, at the said chambers, is appointed for hearing
 nnd Art at Kensington-gor*-, in the county of Middlesex,           and adjudicating upon the said claims.—Dated this 3rd
 and buing No. 20, Pelham-road, Brompton, Nos. 43 and               day of June, 1858.
45, Brompton-row, and the premises in the rear No. 45,
 Chapel-pi; ce.                                                                     Re William Conn's Assignment.
    Particulars whereof may be had (gratis) of Mr. Edward
Kemp, No. 4, Henrietta-street, Covent Garden, W.C.,
Solicitor; of Mr. Charles Sawbridge, No. 126, Wood-
                                                                    N      OTICE is hereby given, that by an indenture, dated
                                                                             the 2nd day of June, 1858, William Corin, of the
                                                                    town of Penzance, in the county of Cornwall, Currier, did
street, Cheapside, E.C., Solicitor j at the Mart; and of the        assign unto William Norton, Ironmonger, of the said town
said Mr. William McDonald, No. 41, Baker-street, Pen-               of Penzance. all and singular his estate and effects, for the
man-square.                                                         benefit of his creditors; and that the said indenture was
                                                                    duly executed by the said William Corin and William
T     O be sold, pursuant to an Order of the High Court of
       Chancery, made in a certain cause of Fairclough v.
Eckersley, with the approbation of the Right Honourable
                                                                    Norton, on the 2nd day of June, 1858, in the presence of,
                                                                    and was attested by, Rowland Augustus Griffith Davies,
                                                                    Solicitor, Penzance aforesaid ; and uow lies at the office of
the Muster of the Rolls, the Judge to whose Court the said          Messrs. Roscorla and Davies, Solicitors, Penzance, for sig-
cause is attached, by Mr. Daniel iimdshaw, at the George            nature by the creditors. N.B.—All debts due to the said
and Drajpii Hotel", situate at Leigh, in the county of              William Corin are to be paid to the said Messrs. Roscorla
Lancaster, on WIM!nesday. the 14th day of July, 1858, at            and Davies, Solicitors to the said trustee.
five o'clock in the :if e no:>n, in one lot:
    All that firm c.illeJ. Tne Folds situate in Bedford, in the
parish oi' Leiqh. in the comity of Lancaster, comprising a
farm-house a:.ti oih«-r builiings,'an.l about 50 acres of
                                                                    N      OTICE is hereby given, that by an indenture, dated
                                                                             the 20th day of May, 1858, made between James
                                                                    Downing, of Mucclesfield, in the county of Chester, Linen
ar;ib!e ami pasture kind, now in the occupation of 3Ir. |           Draper, of the first part; John Howell, of Saint Paul's
Joseph Kckcrsley.                                               i   Churchyard, in the city of London, Merchant, and Thomas

								
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