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GALADI OCCUPIED.¡

IMR. MCMILLAN'S EXPEDITION.I

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ILADY GRANVILLE GORDON.

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LADY GRANVILLE GORDON. Writ of Sequestration, Application was made m the Divorce Division on the 6th inst., by Mr. Bayford in the case of "Gordon v. Gordon and Gordon," a suit which he said doubtless his Lordship would remember. The President: Oh, yes, painfully. Mr. Bayford said that on March 10 his Lord- ship dismissed a summons which had been taken out with regard to the custody of the child, which summons was made at the time the decree nisi was granted. On March 8 Lady Granville Gordon sent the child out of the custodv. and on the 10th she herself left the country. On the 13th his Lordship made an order to commit, and also issued a writ of attachment against Lady Granville Gordon. The application that was now made was that a writ of sequestration should issue as regarded Lady Granville Gordon, who had an income of C2,000 per annum, which she received from certain trustees, and was paid periodically by the bank. He submitted that under the case of "Hyde v. Hyde" there was sufficient for his Lordship to act on. He sug- gested that a writ of sequestration should issue in general process, and he submitted that the court had power to order that certain persons should come up for cross-examination, it being material to know of what the lady's estate con- sisted. His Lordship said he doubted whether he had power to order that. Mr. Bayford said he thought so, under the practice of the old ecclesiastical court. His Lordship said he considered that the old courts had not the power to enforce an order of sequestration, and in any case this was not an ecclesiastical court. Eventually his Lordship said he would direct that a writ of sequestration should issue in general terms, and he would appoint any person who might be named as sequestrator, subject to the Registrar being satisfied as to fitness.

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I A ROYAL EARL.

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I TWO KINDS OF PLANTS.

I A TERRIBLE DEATH-DEALER.

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