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TWO DOCTORS THAT DIFFERED. t oonseqnen In the Court of Bankruptcy, a case consequent upon law expenses came before the Court on Satur- day. The bankrupt was William Webber, consulting and operating surgeon, of Tunbridge Wells. He now applied to be released from prison. His detaining creditor is Mr. C. Trustram, also a surgeon, of Tun- bridge Wells, whose debt is £ 193. He had obtained an award against the bankrupt in an action for libel arising out of statements made by the bankrupt in connection with the sanitary condition of Tunbridge Wells, and in whioh be oharged Mr. Trustram with making improper use his position as a member of the Tunbridge Local Board. The debts are £ 577, chiefly for law coats. Mr. Beed opposed the application on the ground that, the execution being m an action for libel the Court had no jurisdiction to release. 0 Mr. Bagley, in support of the application was n-a- pared to produce medical evidence to show tW +tl loDger detention of tne bankrupt in TirU^Jr £ dangerous to his life. p m pnson would be Mr. Commissioner Goulbou-*n the words of the Act were imperativ? °fi °P,ini0.n t|at the release. 1 'lve> shall not order Mr. Bagley said it VIae extraordina.ry if the Court ieath. He had the -5 case of and ;o the City noliop -^r* Childs, surgeon tlospital, D- Pnn-N J" °^en) of Bartholomew's J allege of sJLnior censor of the Eoval ion, of Fir.ab^ Cooke' and Dr- Jeaffre- ;hat ™-rbGjaare' wbo concurred in stating cupt's life, SEfc might endanger the bank- he^h~l?5iKlss*one5' Goulbonrn said it was clear that Q^cyio power to interfere. Fai- a strange proceeding, especially Kieaieal man to take against another, if6 i Not at all; it is a very natural ose. cana-rupt slandered my client, and an award was made against him for ^2-5, aad £ 163 costs. Application refused,