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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12, at 5.18 p.m., at Official Receiver's, Walsall. GEOROE WANLRss, Landrian Road, Wallsend, grocer. Public examination, August 14, at Newcastle Court. DANeIsL GSosOZ Psre.,cE, trading as E. J. Prince and Son, 52 Castle Street, Bristol, undertaker and funeral furnisher. Publi Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Winstanley, who is in partnership with Mr. Slaney, a)peared for the prosecution. Mr. Slaney is Registrar of thec Newcastle Court, and in the habit, of course, of re- ceiving moneys paid under judgments obtained in the County Court. It Subscribers-only content

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    (being upwar ds of £400.); but it was in his Honour's di- retion to retain the proceedings in the Newcastle Court. bir Fox, hatter, fewoastle, a creditor asked that the bank. rupt's ordtr of diechargeshotuld be suspended fur six months, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    County Court, arid the I Registrar of the Stafford County Court had cooiplainedI to I the Registrar of the Newcastle Court that this was a viola- )tion of the new Act of Parliament. The Judge ruled that f the action Subscribers-only content

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    creditors, paying thdem £3,500., which was 6s. 8d. if? the pound. These procecd. pre ings were taken in the Newcastle Court In December of bri last year, and two of the creditors had the matter transa. p ferred to the Subscribers-only content

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