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MORE BILL SWINDLING.

MORE BILL SWINDLING.

ISAACS v. NEWMAN. This case stood for trial on Monday last, in the Court of Common Pleas, but, upon its being called on, the plaintiff withdrew the record. The case arose Out of the Swindling Money Lending Advertisements of John Singer Sydserff, whose name has been so frequently
July 15, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
POST OFFICE ROBBERY.

POST OFFICE ROBBERY.

William Barrett, a letter-carrier in the General Post-office, who last session pleaded guilty, was brought up for judgment. Mr. Baron Parke having looked over the depositions told the prisoner that official persons must not expect mercy when they broke the high trust reposed in
July 15, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
FINAL ORDERS.

FINAL ORDERS.

Names and descriptions of Insolvent Debtors in whose cases meetings are appointed to be held for Final Orders. Creditors may attend to skew cause against the making of suck orders. Meetings marked * are held at the Court House, Portugal Street. ARRA.M, James, Ramsgate, Schoolmas
July 15, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Established in 1836.—Empowered by Act of Parliament. TRUSTEES. Sir Thomas Branker.

THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Established in 1836.—Empowered by Act of Parliament. TRUSTEES. Sir Thomas Branker.

I Adam Hodgson, Esq. William Potter, Esq. Offices in Liverpool—No. 8, Water-street. DIRECTORS. William Earle, Esq., Chairman. WM. Dixon, Esq.; Wm. Nichol, Esq., Depuly•Chairmen. Swinton Boult, Esq., Secretary. _ _ Offices in London-3, Charlotte-row, Mansion-house, and 28, Regent
May 6, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
G. GRAVES.

G. GRAVES.

The certificate of G. Graves ' Cheesemonger, of 'Norton Folgate, was opposed on behalf of the I assignees, on the ground of reckless trading, and contracting debts without the probability of paying them. During about 16 months the Bankrupt's whole profits had only been 19/. Os.
May 6, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
conintrrriat Satturro.

conintrrriat Satturro.

ECCLES, BURNLEY, & CO. Of-Glasgow, a West India house of high standing, chiefly connected with the Island of Trinidad. The following is the circular of Messrs. Eccles, Burnley & Co., attributing their failure to the shifting and fatal acts of the Legislature in relation to the s
May 6, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
IN THE CHAIR,

IN THE CHAIR,

Supported by the following Stewards: CHARLES FAREBROTHER, ESQ., ALD., PRESIDENT. W. T. COPELAND, ESQ., M.P., ALD., V.P. JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ., ALD., V.P. FRANCIS G. MooN, ESQ., ALD., V.P. JAMES ARCHER, ESQ. GEORGE BAKER, ESQ. WILLIAM BARBER, ESQ. J. A. L. BARNARD, ESQ. HENRY BAYNES
June 10, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
HIGGINS V. C&RRINGTON.

HIGGINS V. C&RRINGTON.

This cause came on for trial on Thursday week, before Mr. Baron Parke and a Common Jury:. The action was to recover the sam of 301. on a bill of exchange at two months' date, which had been drawn by a person of the name of Mullenden upon, and alleged to have been accepted by, th
June 10, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
iatiultruptcp Urport.

iatiultruptcp Urport.

LACKERSTEEN AND CRAKE, The bankrupts, Alexander Lackersteen & John 'Crake, trading under the name of Lackersteen, Crake, and Co., and having their place of business in Moorgate-street, were extensive East India merchants. . The following is a copy of the joint balancesheet, prep
June 10, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
ISRAEL MANAS KARAZINSKY.

ISRAEL MANAS KARAZINSKY.

This insolvent, a Polish Jew,had been a travelling jeweller, as which he was described, but having been also licensed as a hawker, the Court held that it was imperative that he should so describe himself, and therefore the case was adjourned to amend and re-advertise.
June 10, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England