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THE GOVERNORS of the ROYAL ASYLUM are entreated to VOTE FOR FRANCIS T., CROSSLAND, whose Grandfather was a Military Officer,

THE GOVERNORS of the ROYAL ASYLUM are entreated to VOTE FOR FRANCIS T., CROSSLAND, whose Grandfather was a Military Officer,

and Father now compelled to support his Family as an Artist. • Proxies gratefully received at Messrs. Worledge's, Stationer, 21, Shaftesbury Terrace, Pimlico.
April 29, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CITY OF

CITY OF

As Members now avail themselves to a very great extent of the facilities afforded by the City of London Trade Protection Society to make inquiries as to the responsibility of persons giving orders for goods, and otherwise for purposes connected with business, and, as the making
June 5, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
JOHN • jACKSON.

JOHN • jACKSON.

• jACKSON. A person calling himself John Jackson, and giving his address, No. 2, South-street, Southwarksquare, recently called on a Member and ordered some hat plush, but his manner of address inducing suspicion, he was told he could only have the goods for cash; on which he tur
June 5, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR.

CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR.

rock Rope-walk Company, in Greenock, wrote to him, saying that they had completed his order, wtichamounted to 505/. 155., but requesting that he would remit the amount before they sent it off, as they were perfect strangers to each other. This was addressed "Jr. Rigby, Esq., Roy
June 3, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
RIMINI V. INSAIL, A Creditor's Suit.

RIMINI V. INSAIL, A Creditor's Suit.

V. INSAIL, A Creditor's Suit. A point of some importance to creditors was raised in this suit, which came on for hearing on Tuesday last, before the Tice-Chancellor Sir James Wigram. The facts were these :—An intestate, - named Thomas Stanley Hill, died seised of considerable rea
June 3, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
12 CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR. NEWCASTLE COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

12 CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR. NEWCASTLE COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

At the sitting of the Court, yesterday (Friday), Mr. Ellison delivered a long and elaborate judgment on the question whether creditors of a joint-stock bank could issue and support a fiat against an :individual member of the company. After much doubt and consideration, the Commi
June 3, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, 7th JUNE,

WEDNESDAY, 7th JUNE,

WEDNESDAY, 7th MATTE, William, and Alexander MARSHALL, Gracechurch-street, Cheesemongers, certificate at eleven, before Mr. Commissioner Evans. 'COLE, Henry Davey Curtis, Earl's-court, Old Brompton, Lodging-house-keeper, audit and certificate, at one, before Mr. Commissioner Pane
June 3, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
SATITEDAY, 10th JUNE.

SATITEDAY, 10th JUNE.

ALDERSEA, John, Tunstall, Staffordshire, Druggist, certificate, at eleven. District Court, Birming• ham. EVANS, William, Sheffield, Table-knife Manufacturer, choice of Assignees, at ten, before Mr. Commissioner West. District Court, Leeds, C. 27 May. HAWRESFORD, Dovey and John,
June 3, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
LAW AMENDMENT.

LAW AMENDMENT.

WE are glad to find that the importance of the Meeting called by the Society for the 27th instant is fully appreciated by members and others; a full discussion may probably lead to some important elucidation of the asserted defects in the Law on the subject. The following circul
June 17, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
TIGHH SMITH.

TIGHH SMITH.

Thomas Smith, alias Tiger Smith, Captain, 15th Bengal Native Infantry, who was convicted of defrauding Mr. Bishop, the gunmaker, and Mr. Almond, the army accoutrement maker, of Bondstreet, was sentenced by Mr. Serjeant Adams, at the Middlesex Sessions, to four months' imprisonme
June 17, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England