2 AUGUST 1845, Page 19


Tuesday, July 29.


Amnon and Hirsch, Rood Lane, merchants—J. and H. W. Damsel', Newest, Gifu. eestershire, mercers—Nevrbmy and Woodnurd, Lichfield, lineudrapers—Warren and'

Barrett, Plymouth, shoemakers—Mleklethwalt and Newbotind, Sheffield, stockbrokers —J. and T. Greaves, Manchester, veterinary surgeons—Brovrnrigg and Harrison, Ul- verston, painters—Roberts and 31.C1umpha, Liverpool, builders—M. and A. Tucker, Bridport, bookseliers—Ainl and Burstall, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, printers- Rotdnson and Wood, Wigton, drapers—P. and G. Haines, Goodge Street, cheesemongers —Dobhag and Turner, Halifax, Yorkshire, cartwrights—Langley and Ramsey, Dean Street, Spiralfields, silk-dyers—Whitbread and Croson, Ampthlll, Bedfordshire, carriers —E. and R. Parry, Golden Lane, lronfounders—W. and J. Setdenker, Gravesend, grocers—Cowie and Co. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchants—Greenaway and Sons, Dish- °Mate Street Within, hatters—Graham and 31•Dougalls, Glasgow, manufacturers.


BarnLev, Joint, Atherstone, Warwickshire, hosier.

TOCOCK, GEORGE, Brighton, llnendraper.


DIXON, JOON, Eccles&ld, innkeeper, to surrender Aug. 12, Sept. 2 : solicitors, Mr. Tattershall, Great James Street, Bedford Row ; Mr. Chambers, Sheffield ; Messrs. Dunning and Store, Leeds: official assignee, ?,Ir. Young, Leeds. 3fArruews, BENJAMIN STEPHEN TnomAs, Cornwall Road. oilman, Aug. II, Sept. 9: Solicitor, Mr. Justice, Burners Street ; official assignee, Mr. Groom, Abchurch Lane. SMETHURST, WILLIAM, Manchester, Jacquard machine-maker, Aug. II, Sept. 9: solicitors, Messrs. Chester and Co. Staple Inn ; Messrs. Chapman and Roberts, Man- chester; official assignee, Mr. Fraser, Manchester. THOMPSON, RALPH, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. watchmaker, Aug. 13, Sept. 23: solicitors, Messrs. Bell and Co. Bow Churchyard ; Messrs Chater and Co. Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Official assignee, Mr. Wakley, Neweastie-upon-Tyne. VENTURA, ISAAC DE JOSEPH, White Hart Court, Bishopsgate Street, merchant, Aug. 5, Sept. 9 solicitor, Mr. Lindo, Fenchurch Street ; official assignee, Mr. Manger, BIrchin Lane.

{VASES, MICHAEL, jun. Canterbury, bricklayer, Aug. 8, Sept. 9; solicitors, Messrs. Scott, Southampton Buildings ; Mr. Walker, Canterbury ; official assignee, Mr. Whit- more, Basiughall Street. DIVIDENDS.

Aug. 29, Thumell, Leadenhall Street, upholsterer—Aug. 21, J. and T. Batt, Old Broad Street, sllk-dealers—Aug. 29, Hick, Leeds, carver—Aug. 22, Bentall, Totnes, banker—Aug. 21, Newton and Co. Rotherham, spirit-merchants—Aug. 21, Thompson, Bawden,Forkshire, cloth-manufacturer—Aug. 21, Cranswick, Bridlington, Yorkshire, Innkeeper—Aug. 21, Bainbridge, Richmond, Yorkshire, ironfounder—Aug. 21, Mouck- man, Bradford, tobacconist—Aug. 21, Fisher, Bradford, linendraper—Aug. 28, Wood, Saddieworth, Yorkshire, merchant.


To be granted, unless cause be shown to the contrary, on the day of meeting.

Aug. 23, Thumall, Leadenhall Street, upholsterer—Aug. 21, Codling, Gateshead Fell, Durham, earthenware-manufacturer—Aug. 22, Brown, Liverpool, merchant—Aug. 21, Astle, Wolverhampton, plumber—Aug. 19, Davis, Tettenhall, Staffordshire—Aug. 30, Robson, Stoke-upon-Trent, porter-merchant.

To be granted, unless cause be shown to the contrary, on or before Aug. 19.

Rudman, Bristol, mason—Guigues, Leicester Street, hotel-keeper—Woodward and Morris, Bundem, drapers—Hardy, Wisbech St. Peter, grocer—Richards, Deptford Bridge, plumber—Betts, Cardiff; grocer—Thorpe, Kensington, linendraper—Newnes, Newton-by-Middlovich, Cheshire, brewer.


Baneks and Perry, Birmingham, merchants ; final div. of 4d. and 1-16th of a penny, any Tuesday before Aug. 19, and after the 4th Oct. ; Mr. Whitmore, Birmingham —Warden and Wanostrocht, Liverpool, merchants ; further div. of 2s. on Aug. I, or any subsequent Wednesday ; Mr. Morgan, Liverpool—Jackson, Hertford, upholsterer ; first div. of Is. 9d. on Aug. 2, and two subsequent Saturdays ; Mr. Groom, Abchurch Lane—Crump, Stanway. Gloucestershire, corn-dealer ; div. of Is. 75d. on July 30, or any subsequent Wednesday; Mr. Hutton, Bristol—W. and J. C. Carr, Sunderland, merchants ; first div. of 6d. and 3-5ths of a penny, on new proofs, any Saturday after July 28 ; Mr. Baker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne—Meek, Southampton, ironmonger ; first div. of 3.s. 4d. July 30, or two subsequent Wednesdays ; Mr. Turquand, Old Jewry- Hewlings and Wisbey, George Yard, Lombard Street, bill-brokers; first div. of Is. hi.

July 30, or two subsequent Wednesdays ; Mr. Turquand, Old Jewry—Watson and Byers, Skinner Street, woollen-warehousemen; first div. of 205. on the separate estate or S. T. Watson, and first div. of 3s. Id. on the separate estate of W. Byers, on July 30, or two subsequent Wednesdays ; Mr. Turquand, Old Jewry—Baugham, Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East, army-agents ; first div. of Sr. 4d. on July 30, or two subsequent Wed- nesdays; Sir. Turquand, Old Jewry—Thompson, Leadenhall Street, merchant ; third and final clly. of 45d. on July 30, or two subsequent Wednesdays ; Mr. Turquand, Old

Jewry, SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. M'CALLusf, M., Rothesay, butcher, Aug. 5, 22. Wren, J., Overtovvn, Lanarkshire, fanner, Aug. 2, 22. WYLIE, J., OVertown, Lanarkshire, toll-keeper, Aug. 2. 22.

Friday, Aug. 1.


Hall and Co. Liverpool, drysalters—Satchell and Robertson, Fenchurch Street, hatters—Sterry and Co. High Street, Southwark, oilmen—J. W. L. and J. L. Perrin, Liverpool, merchants ; as far as regards J. L. Perrin—Hennessey and Langley, Den- mark Street, St•Gfles's, cabinetmakers—Hirst and Co. Leeds, cloth-finishers—A, and C. Amoore, Titchfleld, Hampshire, brewers—H. W. and H. J. Smith, Queen Street, Clerkenwell, clock-manufacturers—M. A. and E. J. Cusworth, Nottingham, school- mistresses—Newton and Co. Liverpool, chemists—Mann and Briggs, Halifax corn- dealers—Hedley and Moody, Wakefield, coal-masters—Hendy and Baker—Richardson and Leach, Leeds, machine-makers—Fargues and Son, Berwick Street, engravers— Davies and Chimes, Warrington, skip-makers—Davis and Hasler, Crane Court, Fleet Street, printers—Young and Morton, Newton-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, curers of herrings—Peabody and Co. London—Jenkins and Rundle, Gosport, surgeons—Moyes and Barclay, Castle Street, Leicester Square, printers—Haslehurst and (Reaves, Shef-

field, brewers. INSOLVENT.

CADOGAN, Joux junior, Brecon, bat-warehouseman, July 31.


aILDITCH, WILLIAM, St. Asapb, grocer, from July 31 to Aug. 14.


ALcaorr, Jens, Manchester, licensed victualler, to surrender Aug. 15, Sept. 5; soli- citors, Mr. Appleby, 'lemur Street, Red Lion Square ; Mr Oliver, Manchester ; official assignee, Mr. Hobson, Manchester.

BEST, WILLIAM, and SNOWDEN, JOHN, Southampton, printers, Aug. 14, Sept. IS; so- Bettors, Messrs. Walker and Co., Southampton Street, Bloomsbury ; Messrs. Deacon and Long, Southampton ; official assignee, Mr. Manger, Birchin Lane. BROADBENT, JOSEPH, Saddleworth, woollen-manufacturer, Aug. II, Sept. 1; solicitors, Messrs. Norris and Co. ; Mr. Heaton, Rochdale ; Mr. Courtney, Leeds ; official assignee, Mr. Hope, Leeds. CLARK, WILLIAM, Royston, Hertfordshire, baker, Aug. 8, Sept. 12: solicitor, Mr. Hensman, Basing Lane ; official assignee, Mr. Belcher.

Ceara, Jong 'Immures, Soho Square, bookseller, Aug. 8, Sept. 12: solicitors, Messrs. Lawrence and Flews, Bucklersbury ; official assignee, Mr. Pennell, Guildhall Chambers.

JAmsom, WUJJAM, Grantham, victualler, Aug. 14, Sept. 18: solicitors, Mr. Willan, Bedford Row ; Mr. King, Grantham; Mr. Bray, Birmingham ; official assignee, Mr. Valpy, Birmingham. LEE, JOHN, Bradford, dyer, Aug. 12, Sept. 2: solicitors, Messrs. 'Yonge and Hancock, Tokenhouse Yard ; Mr. Freeman, Halifax ; Mr. Sanderson, Leeds ; official assignee, Kr. Young, Leeds.

MADDOCKS, THOMAB, otherwise called John 3Iaddocks, Stoke-upon-Trent, victualler, Aug. 14, Sept. II; solicitors, Mr. Williams, Stanley; Mr. Smith, Birmingham ; official assignee, Sir. Christie, Birmingham.

PEARSON, JOHN, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, fellmonger,!Aug. 15, Sept. 23: solicitors, Messrs. Crosby and Compton, Old Jewry ; and Mr. Hoyle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; offi- cial assignee, Mr. Baker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

TESKE, JAmes, Tolleshunt, Keights, Essex, miller, Aug. 11. Sept. 12: solicitor, Mr. Loughborough, Austinfriars; official assignee, 31r. Edwards, Frederick's Place, Old


POWELL, THOMAS, Rippax, Yorkshire, brickmaker, Aug. 11, Sept. 1: solicitors, Messrs. Williamson and 11111, Gray's Inn ; and Mr. Cariss, Leeds ; official assignee, Mr. Hope, Leeds.

SOUTH, SIMON, Grantham, moister, Aug. 14, Sept. IS; solicitors, Messrs. White and Co. Grantham ; and Mr. Bray, Birmingham ; official assignee, Mr. Whitmore, Bir- mingham. Tuxes, JAMES, Scardell Terrace, Kensington, market-gardener, Aug. 14, Sept. 12: Solicitor, Mr. Sadgrove, Mark lane; official assignee, Mr. Alsager, Birchin Lane. WALKER, HENRY Decants, Eaton Socon, Bedfordshire., innkeeper, Aug. lb, Sept. 12: Solicitors, Messrs. Hale and Co. Ely Place, Holborn; and Mr. Day, St. Neot's : official aasignee, Mr. Pennell, Guildhall Chambers. WALTER, JOHN HENRY, Southampton Street, Camberwell, ironmonger, Aug. 11, Sept.: solicitors, Messrs. Elmslle and Proctor, Moorgate Street ; and Messrs. Matthews and CO., Gravesend; official assignee, Mr. Groom, Abchurch Lane.


To be granted, unless cause be shown to the contrary, on the day of meeting.

Aug. 23, Peters, Kent Street, Haggerstoue, trimming manufacturer—Aug. 23, Mahar and Simmons, Mincing Lane, wine merchants—Aug. 22, Mabbs, Jun., Chichester, baker—Aug. 22, Pestall, Sandy, Bedfordshire, cornfactor—Aug. 22, G. Slater, London Terrace, Hackney Road, grocer—Aug. 22, Smith, Liverpool, merchant—Aug. 26, Buckler, Kidderminster, mercer.

To be granted, unless cause be shown to the contrary, on or before Aug. 22.

Jones, Aberystwith, innkeeper—Vane, Stephen Street, Tottenham Court Road, lamp manufacturer—Webster, Morley, Yorkshire, cloth-manufacturer—Bagge, Montague Close, Southwark, bottle merchant—Watson, Wakefield, Yorkshire, victualler—Line, Ramsgate, builder—Webb, Stratford-upon-Avon, wharfinger—Deacon, Waterloo Road, Surrey, coal-merchant—Start, Sneinton, Nottinghamshire, lacemaker—Akeroyd, Leeds, shopkeeper—Barnes, Bury, Lancashire, provision dealer.


.Ayton, South Shields, draper ; first div. of Is. 101 any Saturday after July 31; Mr. Baker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne—Jepson, Manchester, grocer ; first div. of 105d. Aug. 5, 12, or any Tuesday after Oct. I; Mr. Fraser, Manchester—Bower, Levenshulme, near Manchester, cotton-spinner, third dlv. of 85d., and first, second, and third diva. of 25. 105d. on new proofs, Aug. 5, 12, or any Tuesday after Oct. 1; Mr. Fraser, Manchester—G. W. and J. F. Gee, Leeds, drapers ; first div. of 5s. Aug. 5, or any Tuesday after Oct. It Mr. Fraser, Manchester—E. BurdekJn, Manchester, banker; second div. of 2d. and 1-5th of a penny, and first and second div. of 6d. and 9-20ths of a penny on new proofs ; Tuesday, Aug. 5, or any Tuesday after Oct. 1; Mr. Fraser, Man- chester—D. Hilton, Greenacres Moor wIthinOldham, cotton-spinner; second div. of 4id., and first and second div. of 2s. 81d. on now proofs; Tuesday, Aug. 5, or any Tues- day after Oct. I; Mr. Fraser, Manchester-11 P. Cook, Coggeshall, Essex, victualler; first div. of 45. W., Saturday, Aug. 2, or two subsequent Saturdays; Mr. Edwards, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry—J. White, Rochford, Essex, boot-maker; first thy. of Is. 95d., Aug. 2, or two subsequent Saturdays; Mr. Edwards, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION. DUNCAN, R., Edinburgh, baker, Aug. 7 and 27.