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THE 48TII REGIMENT.

- BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT.

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BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before Commissioner Mr. Sergeant Stephen.) RE THOMAS GEORGE PHILLIPS, GROCER, NEWPORT.— The bankrupt's last examination was adjourned sine die in August last, since which time he has been in prison for a period of six months, at the suit of the assignee. The accounts required, with the exception of an inventory taken when an assignment was made, had now been furnished, but they had not been filed 10 days previous to the present sitting, as required by the statute. j Mr. Bevan, for the assignees, objected that the accounts were insufficient, inasmuch as the stock account showed a deficiency of between i200 and £ 3C0, and the cash account a deficiency ofabout £200. Mr. Abbot, for the bankrupt, admitted that the accounts were very incomplete, but said there were no doouments which enabled him to furnish any better. His Honour said the bankrupt must make further exertions to comply with the order of the Court, and while lie did so he might consider himself safe from further molestation but if he relapsed, or appeared indifferent in the matter^he would be in danger of being recommitted to prison. For this purpose he would allow the bankrupt a month with protection, and if at the expiration of that time, the accounts were not ren- dered in a state satisfactory to the Court, his last examination would be again adjourned tine die,

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