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BRISTOL BANKBUPTCY COURT.

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BRISTOL BANKBUPTCY COURT. MONDAY. sittjj. E 'Williams, Blaenavon, Grocer.—This was a for for last examination and discharge. Mr. J. Inskip, >lio ^signees, said he had arranged with Mr. J. Millor, cowrePresentcd the bankrupt, subject to the approval of the to take an adjournment for three weeks, in order to the creditors* assignee, who resided in London, <li(j i er he thought a deficiency account necessary. If he he (Mr. J. Inskip) would give the bankrupt notice; if tv. would not be asked for. Mr. Miller consented, he case was adjourned till the I8th of March. ^ttin J- Gregory, Newport, Innkeeper.—This was a f°i- for last examination and discharge. Mr. A. Brittan, assignees, applied for an adjournment, in order that facn ankrupt might supply a deficiency account. Upon the vif a w the balance-sheet there was a deficiency of £ 700 out J?. of £ 900, which was wholly unaccounted for. Mr. si ^QtiU ulmon' aPPeare<i f°r opposing creditors, and said he have applied for a deficiency account if Mr. Brrttan tlie done so. He therefore joined with Mr. Brittan in iViu, plication. His Honour made the order, and the case ft acy°urned till the lfith of March. Smith, Ystalyfera, Boot and Shoe Maker.—This Ot^rf^Pt passed his last examination, and was granted an Pe er Of discharge without opposition. Mr. J. Inskip ap- e for the assignees. TUESDAY. "■• H. I^angley, Llanvairdiscoed, Farmer.—This ww ii, j- J turned last examination and discharge sitting. Mr. ii^alrnon appeared for the assignees; Mr. Beckingham r. linsor (of Cardiff) for;opposing creditors; and Mr. bankrupt. The accounts orderod on the last had not been filed, and a further adjournment took if the 26th of March. The question of the allowance *H(j M ^sts of the creditors represented by Mr. Beckinghani tecidi r. Ensor was reserved, his Honour refraining from •gu^H^S^hether these costs (if allowed) should come per- y from the bankrupt or out of the estate.

iMERTHYR.

ABERDARE.

YSTRAD.I

PONTYPRIDD.

SWANSEA.

LLANDAFF.

LLANTRISSANT.

DINAS POWIS.

DINAS.

ST. NICHOLAS.

BRIDGEND.

TAFF'S WELL.

LLANILTERNE.

LLANDOUGH.

THE REFORM QUESTION.

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CAERPHILLY.

TREHERBERT.

CYMMER.

I PETEESTONE-SUPER-ELY.

PENTYECH.

COWBRIDGE.

TEE CHIEF CONSTABLESHIP.