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Dec, 26, 1874.

ALBERT LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY ARBITRATION, APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS (continued)—
Notice to Creditors, 172

Frederick Adolphus Philbrick, Esq. of the Middle Temple, to be
Final Notice to Creditors, 263

Queen's Counsel, 114
APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS-

George Parker Bidder, Esq.. of Lincoln's Inn, to be Queen's
The Rt. Hon. Sir Janies Moncreiff, Bart, to be a Baron of the

Counsel, 114

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 25

Edward Strathearn Gordon, Esq., to be one of Her Majesty's

The Rt. Hon. Sir Jolin Duke Coleridge, Knt., to be a Baron of

Most Honourable Privy Council, 114

the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 25

John Cyprian Thompson, Esq., to be Attorney-General to the

William Gillespie Dickson, Esq., Advocate, to be Sheriff of

Province of Griqua Land West, 127

Lanark, 36

Sir Richard Baggallay, Knt., to be Her Majesty's Attorney-

Richard Paul Amphlett, Esq., Q.C., to be Serjeant-at-Law, 48

General, 163

Richard Paul Amphlett, Esq., Serjeant-at-Law, to be one of the

Sir John Holker, Knt., to be Her Majesty's Solicitor-General,

163

Barons of the Court of Exchequer, 48

Julian Pauncefote, Esq., to be Chief Justice of the Supreme

William Wallis, Esq., Solicitor, of Newark-upon-Trent, to be

Court of the Leeward Islands, 48

Coroner for the Borough of Newark, 173

John Rawlins Semper, Esq., to be First Puisne Judge of the

James Adams, Esq., to be Sheriff of Perth, 195

Supreme Court of the Leeward Islands, 48

W. Macpherson, Esq., of the Common Law Bar, to be Assistant-

Sholto Thomas Pemberton, Esq., to be Second Puisne Judge of

Secretary in the Legislative and Judicial Department at the

the Supreme Court of the Leeward Islands, 48

India Office, 208

John Henry de Villiers, Esq., to be Chief Justice of the Supreme

Thomas Child Hayllar, Esq., to be Queen's Counsel for the Colony

Court of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, 55

of Hong Kong, 216

Sir Samuel Martin, Knt., to be one of Her Majesty's Most

Henry Ludlow, Esq., of the Equity Bar, to be Attorney-General

Honourable Privy Council, 55

for the Island of Trinidad, 216

Charles Clark, Esq., of the Middle Temple, to be Queen's

George Gordon Morris, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service, to be a

Counsel, 65

Judge of the High Court of Judicature at Fort William, in

Thomas Ewing Winslow, Esq.; of the Middle Temple, to be

Bengal, 240

Queen's Counsel, 65

John Millar, Esq., Solicitor-General for Scotland, to be one of

Samuel Joyce, Esq., of Gray's Inn, to be Queen's Counsel, 65

the Lords of Session in Scotland, 264.

Frederick Waller, Esq, of the Inner Temple, to be Queen's

William Watson, Esq., Advocate, to be Her Majesty's Solicitor-

Counsel, 65

General for Scotland, 271

William Henry Gunning Bagshawe, Esq., of the Middle Temple,

David Peter Chalmers, Esq., to be Queen's Advocate for the

to be Queen's Counsel, 65

Gold Coast Colony, 289

William Pearson, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be Queen's

Henry Longley, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to be Third Charity

Counsel, 65

Commissioner for England and Wales, 304

Charles Henry Hopwood, Esq., of the Middle Temple, to be

Horatio Lloyd, Esq., to be Judge of County Courts, Circuit

Queen's Counsel, 65

No. 293..28

John Westlake, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, to be Queen's Counsel, 65

P. M. Leonard, Esq., of the Equity Bar, to be Judge of County

Joseph William Chitty, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, to be Queen's

Courts, Circuit No. 51..328

Counsel, 65

William Warren Streeten, Esq., to be Queen's Advocate for Sierra

John Patrick Murphy, Esq., of the Middle Temple, to be

Leone, 332

Queen's Counsel, 65

Edwin Plumer Price, Esq., Q.C., to be Judge of County Courts,

Alfred George Martin, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be Queen's

Circuit No. 32..354

Counsel, 65

John Marshall, Esq., Advocate, to be one of the Lords of Session

Robert Griffith Williams, Esq., of the Middle Temple, to be

in Scotland, 362

Queen's Counsel, 65

Charles Pecker, Esq., to be Chief Judge of the Island of Bar-

Arthur Cohen, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be Queen's

badoes, 362

Counsel, 65

William Frederick Haynes Smith, Esq., to be Attorney-General

Samuel Danks Waddy, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be Queen's

for the Colony of British Guiana, 362

Counsel, 65

Nicholas Atkinson, Esq., to be Solicitor-General for the Colony

The Rt. Hon. Hugh MacCalmont Lord Cairns, to be Lord High

of British Guiana, 362

Chancellor, 80

George Walpole Leake, Esq., to be Queen's Counsel for the

Rt. Hon. George Young, Her Majesty's Advocate for Scotland,

Colony of Western Australia, 379

to be one of the Lords of Session, and one of the Lords of

William Ernst Browning, Esq., to be Chief Justice of the Supreme

Justiciary in Scotland, 80

Court of the Leeward Islands,

Sir John Burgess Karslake, Knt., to be Her Majesty's Attorney-

Aldborough Henniker, Esq., of Gray's Inn, to be Queen's

General, 90

Counsel, 404.

Sir Richard Baggallay, Knt., to be Her Majesty's Solicitor-

Henry Rowcliffe, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be Queen's

General, 90

Counsel, 404.

Edward Strathearn Gordon, Esq., to be Her Majesty's Advocate

W. Talfourd Salter, Esq., of the Middle Temple, to be Queen's

for Scotland, 90

Counsel, 404.

William John Anderson, Esq., to be Judge for the Turk's

* J. Morgan Howard, Esq., of the Middle Temple, to be Queen's

Islands, 90

Counsel, 404.

John Millar, Esq., Q.C, to be Solicitor-General for Scotland, 98

William Ambrose, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, to be Queen's Counsel,

Peter Henry Edlin, Esq., Q.C., to be Assistant-Judge of the

404

Court of Sessions in Middlesex, 98

John Edwards, Esq., of Gray's Inn, to be Queen's Counsel, 404

Philip Chasemore Gates, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be

Charles Alfred Cookson, Esq., to be Judge of Her Majesty's

Queen's Counsel, 114

Chief Consular Court for Egypt, 419

Frederic Andrew Inderwick, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be

James Bengall Martin, Esq, to be one of Her Majesty's Counsel

! Queen's Counsel, 114

for the Leeward Islands, 419

Edward Henry Pember, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, to be Queen's BILLS OF EXCHANGE ACT, SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS ON-

| Counsel, 114

Extension of, to Provost Court, Exeter, 184

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Dec, 26, 1874,

CALLS TO THE BAR

COURT OF ADMIRALTY-
Hilary Term, 45; Easter Term, 172; Trinity Term, 216; Sittings Papers – 25, 137, 195, 338
Michaelmas Term, 378

COURT OF CHANCERY-
CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES-

Cause Lists-Hilary Term, 15; After Hilary Term, 62 ; Eastrid Spring, 55; Summer, 225; Winter, 388

Term, 144; Trinity Term, 186; After Trinity Term, 2.12 COMMISSIONER IN ENGLAND TO TAKE AFFIDAVITS, &c.,

Michaelmas Term, 318; After Michaelmas Term, 335 FOR THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND

Chancery Fund Orders, 1872; Notice to Solicitors, 263 Kimber, H., 79 Lombard Street, 369

Rota of Registrars—2. 13, 30, 36, 45, 54, 61, 71, 79, 90, 98, 103

114, 137, 113, 155, 163, 178, 185, 201, 208, 226, 233, 244 COMMISSIONER IN ENGLAND TO TAKE AFFIDAVITS IN

247, 255, 263, 271, 351, 361, 369, 379, 385, 396, 401, 411 THE SUPREME COURT OF THE PROVINCE OF SOUTH Sittings Papers-46, 112, 170, 214, 346, 386. AUSTRALIA

Summary of Cause Lists, 30, 143
Mason, James, 5 Maddox Street, Regent Street, 71

Transfer of Causes, 61, 79, 155, 404
COMMISSIONER IN ENGLAND TO TAKE AFFIDAVITS, &c., ICOURT OF PROBATE-
FOR THE SUPREME COURT OF TASMANIA-

Caus. Lists—Hilary Term, 21; Easter Term, 146; Trizity Kimber, Hy, 79 Lombard Street, 369

Term, 191; Michaelmas Term, 359
COMMISSIONER IN SCOTLAND TO TAKE EVIDENCE, & ICOURT OF PROBATE AND COURT FOR DIVORCE AND
FOR THE SUPREME COURT OF THE COLONY OF SOUTH

MATRIMONIAL CAUSES-
AUSTRALIA
McLaren, Thomas, Ediaburgh, 195

Sittings Papers, 22, 137, 191, 350
COMMISSIONER IN SCOTLAND TO TAKE EVIDENCE & EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY ARBITRATION
FOR THE SUPREME COURT OF TASMANIA-

Call on Contributories, 404 McLaren, Thomas, Edinburgh, 195

Notice to Claimants, 200, 378

Order as to Claims, 54
COMMISSIONER IN SCOTLAND TO TAKE EVIDENCE, &c,

FOR TUE SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUS. HOUSE OF LORDS-
TRALIA-

Cause Lists, 78, 162
McLaren, Thomas, Edinburgh, 195

INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETYCOMMISSIONERS FOR ADMINISTERING OATHS IN THE

Final Examinations, 87, 142, 172, 233, 217 COURT OF CHANCERY-

Intermediate Examinations, 142, 172 London-Burrett, T. B., 6 Whitehall Place, 264

Law Classes - 25, 30, 36, 45, 55, 65, 71, 79, 87, 98, 105, 137, 131 Boyce, M., 21 Abchurch Lane, E.C., 255

156, 163, 173, 178, 195, 201, 208, 361, 30, Cross, J., 9 Staple Inn, 255

378, 388, 397, 404, 411 Dixon, G., 35 John Street, Bedford Row, 283

Law Lectures-2, 25, 30, 36, 45, 55, 65, 71, 79, 87, 98, 127, 157 Greenfield, F. C., 3 Lancaster Place, Strand, 65

150, 156, 163, 173, 178, 195, 201, 354, 361, 369 Holden, J. H., 11 Staple Inn, 271

378 388, 397, 404 Hotson, C. M., 55 Coleman Street, E.C., 283

List of Candidates who passed the Final Examination-Michael Jones, R., 33 Mark Lane, E.C., 90

mas Term, 1873, 2, Easter Term, 1874, 221; Trivits Terma, Mounsey, E. S., 9 Staple Inn, 255

1874. 224 Van Sandau, F. E., 13 King Street, Cheapside, E.C., 419

Preliminary Examinations, 104
Country-Chippenham, Wilts: Stokes, J. D., 316

LONDON GAZETTES-
Halstead, Essex: Cardinall, D. E., 98

An Alphabetical List of Petitions for Liquidation, Bankrupts COMMISSIONERS FOR ADMINISTERING OATHS IN THE

(Town and Country), Bankruptcies Annulled, and Orders of COURTS OF COMMON LAW

Discharge for 1874 is published with this Volume. London-Cowburn, G., 43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 36

| PERPETUAL COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKING THE ACKNOW, Evens, John, 10 John Street, Bedford Row, 296'

LEDGMENTS OF DEEDS BY MARRIED WOMENHeales, A., Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons, 37

London-
Country-Cheltenham : Palmer, A. D. G., 37

Brook, W. B., 1 New Inn, Strand, 30
Southampton: Newman, W. G., 3

Chubb, W., 14 South Square, Gray's Inn, 105
Swansea : Collins, W. R., 397

Crosse, E. W., 4 Bell Yard, Doctors' Commons, 2 Tamworth : Atkins, M. G., 129

Heales, Alfred, Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons, 37 COMMON LAW COURTS PAPERS

Hughes, Arthur, 9 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, and Hilary Term, 18; Easter Term, 134; Trinity Term, 188; Mi

South Norwood, 289 chaelmas Term, 336

Jehu, R., 33 Mark Lane, E.C., 80 COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1860—

Knox, Geo, 3 Bloomsbury Square, 3
Extension of, to Courts of Record, Great Yarmouth, and to

Mayhew, Arthur, 11 Staple Inn, 247
Provost Court, Exeter, 184

Mote, E., 1 South Square, Gray's Inn, 37

Price, Jas, 12 Serjeants’ Inn, Fleet Street, 65 COMMON LAW SITTINGS PAPERS

Stevens, Hy, Gray's Inn Chambers, W.C., 283 20, 36, 136, 156, 190, 201, 338, 354

Country-Broseley, Salop : Potts, E. B., 48 COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION

Dartmouth : Smith, W., 362 Awards to Students, 36, 142, 201, 361

Kingston-upon-Hull: Roberts, G. C., 300 Examination Notices, 96, 282, 377

Oxford: Bishop, C., 296 Prospectus of Lectures, 12, 125, 280

Preston: Houghton, C., 289
Scheme of Lectures and Classes - Hilary Term, 1874, 10;

Richmond, Yorkshire: Croft, C. G., 295
Trinity Term, 1874, 123; Michaelmas Term, 1874, 278

Todmorden : Gould, W., 3
COUNTY COURTS-

Weymouth : Hooper, P., 80 Alterations in Districts, 345

Wigan : Leigh, R., 127 Transfer of business from Farnham to Aldershott, 54

PRIVY COUNCILCOUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER-COURT OF COMMON

Lists of Business for the Judicial Committee, 14, 143, 315 PLEAS-GENERAL RULES, 87

RAILWAYS COMMISSION-AMENDED GENERAL ORDERS COURT FOR DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES

FORMS, AND TABLE OF FEES, 324 Cause Papers--Hilary Term, 22; Easter Term, 147; Trinity SHERIFFS, UNDER-SHERIFFS, DEPUTIES, AND AGE. Term, 192; Michaelmas Term, 351

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NAMES OF GENTLEMEN WHO PASSED THE FINAL EXAMINATION IN MICHAELMAS TERM, 1873.

Allen, Samuel
Andrews, Henry
Ashdowne, Thomas
Balch, Charles Edward
Barber, Frank Edward
Barrett, Joseph
Barrow, Alfred
Bassett, John
Batten, Thomas
Bennett, Charles Hudson
Black, Edward Wallace
Booth, John Edward
Bowers, William Henry Boyer
Bray, Henry Malthus
Brown, Maurice
Bull, William James Hastings
Bullied, John Howard
Bullford, Charles Edward
Callcott, George Lancelot Ber-

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Charles, Philip Affleck
Churton, John Weaver
Clarke, William Shuker
Collins, Charles
Collyer, D'Arcy Beddingfield
Colman, Gerald Charles
Court, James Phillips
Cruttenden, William
Cumming, Alexander
Cummins, George Barrow
Canliffe, Walter
Davies, Jesse Thomas
Davis, Charles Henry
De Soyres, Philip
De Zoete, Gerard Frederick
Dodd, Charles Walters
Dow, Edward Augustus
Druitt, Robert, the younger
Durnford, Francis Mount
Eady, Charles Swinfen

Eve, Adam Edward
| Ling, Frederick Gaskell

Shipton, Thomas, the younger
Fabling, John
Locke, Charles Wollaston

Smith, Alfred Oxnard
Faithwaite, Thomas Winter, the Lucas, George

Smith, Francis Peters
younger
| Major, Seymour Edward

Smith, Henry Joseph
Fardell, Gerald Tunnard
Marcy, James

Smith, Henry Stanley
Farrington, George Walker · Mawdsley, William Henry Spencer, Arthur Percy
Fernell, Henry George Tudor Middlebrook, William

Spencer, George Emmett
Field, Ernest

Middleton, William Jolin Tym Spender, Frank Richard
Fluker, Charles Edward
Millett, Reginald

Stanway, Edward Fancutt
Freeman, John Tilleard, M.A. Mogridge, Ēdward

Stevens, William Richard
Furber, Richard
Mould, John Clarke

Stocken, Walter
Gardner, Thomas Dent
Murcott, Edwin

Street, James Lacy
Gardom, Edward Theodore
Nazer, Percy William

Strick, Thomas Noon Talfourd
Garnett, Charles

Newington, Arthur Curteis Hayes Sturge, Francis
Geare, Henry Cecil
Nutt, James Teed

Sykes, Alfred
, Gill, Robert Thomas
Overell, Albert Edward

Talbot, Jobn Edward
Greatheed, William
Palethorpe, Henry John

Tarleton, Audley Parnther
Hamshaw, John Lovell
Paynter, John Wynne

Theobald, John Theophilus
Hankinson, George Henry
Pearce, Alexander, B.A.

Tippets, William James Berri-
Harman, Orlando George
Pearce, Arthur

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Harris, William Holden
Pearce, James Collins

Tudor, John
Harrison, Joseph
Pearse, George

Tyler, John Stephen
Harvey, Richard
Phillips, Edward Lord

Walker, John Hamilton
Hastings, Alfred Gardiner
Phillips, Sidney Heath

Walker-Jones, Francis Alexander
Heath, Alfred Samuel
Pomeroy, Edward Boyce

Wallingford, Alfred Bishop
Helps, Clement Stackhouse
Porter, Thomas Simpson

Walters, Frank
Hime, George

Pritchard, William Benning Warne, Charles Holland
Hodgkinson, Alfred
Pruddah, William

Warne, Harry Duke
Honey, Frederick Henry, B.A. Quelch, Francis

Watson, Thomas
Jackson, Ernest Graham

Rawline, Thomas Davis Burney Webb, Tom Southey
Jacobs, Julius Octavius
Ready, Frederick

Wheatly, Edward
Jeans, John Locke

Reeves, Edmund Whitelock White, Henry Arthur
Jennings, Frederick William Rexworthy, James

White, William Henry
Kennedy, Arthur
Rice, William Henry

Wilkes, Jobn James
King, Edward
Richards, Charles Watkin

Williams, Robert Jones
Langwortby, Frederick

Ruchon, Thomas Robert

| Wills, John, the younger
Lawrence, George
Sager, William

Woods, William Henry
Lee, Edward
Sanders, Cliff George

Woodforde, Randolph
Lewis, John Pryse
| Shakespear, Henry Hope

Woodhouse, James Thomas
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