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THE AFFAIRS OF MR MARTIN EDWARDS.

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THE AFFAIRS OF MR MARTIN EDWARDS. On Thursday a meeting was held-before Mr. Registrar Hope-for the public examination or Martin Edwards, late of Pontypooi. Ttle Bank- rupt, who held several official appointments in Pontypool, in connection with the County-court, etc., recently disappeared, and had a receiving order made against him, upon the petition of the London and Provincial Bank, for the balance due by him to the Pontypool Branc —Upon the case being called, Mr. H. Brougham, official receiver, stated that the bank- rupt had not surrendered, and had not filled any accounts. Proofs to the amount of £2,798 v> ere tendered.—Mr. Greenwood appeared for the petitioning creditors, and stated that they h;i< heard nothing about the bankrupt, the act or bankruptcy alleged being the absconding of ti bankrupt'-The public examination WaS adjourned sine die.

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