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1864 Newspaper Look-ups
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The St. John's Daily News

 

Nov. 23, 1864

Special Notices:

In the Supreme Court

UPON reading the petition of James BAIRD,
of St. John's, merchant, a creditor of Thomas MURRAY, of St. John's, tailor, setting forth that the said Thomas MURRAY is insolvent, and praying that a day be appointed for inquiry touching said alleged insolvency.. It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 29th inst., at 11 o'clock, a. m. be appointed to enquire as to the solvency or insolvency of the said Thomas MURRAY; and that he do appear at said time in the Supreme Court, to be examined concerning the same.

    St. John's, Newfoundland,
        21st day of Nov. A.D. 1864.
        By the Court,
            M. W. WALBANK,
        Chief Clerk Supreme Court,
Upon the motion of Mr. WHITEWAY.
    
Supreme Court - 


Upon the motion of Mr. WHITEWAY.

Supreme Court

In the matter of the Insolvent Estate of Patrick O'SULLIVAN.
All persons having claims on this Estate, are hereby notified to appear on, or before the 9th day of December next, at the Court House, before M. W. WALBANK, Esq., master, and prove the same in pursuance of an order of the Court, otherwise they will be excluded from the dividend thereafter to be declared.
    Theodore CLIFT, Trustee
    Supreme Court


In the matter of Insolvency of Edward CONDON, of Auquaforte.
Upon reading the order made in this cause on the 31st October, 1864, I do further order that the hearing on the said Petition for Insolvency, be postponed until Monday, the 21st day of November instant.

        St. John's, Newfoundland,
        21st day of Nov. A.D. 1864.
        By the Court,
            M. W. WALBANK,
        Chief Clerk Supreme Court,
Upon the motion of Mr. WHITEWAY.
    
Supreme Court - 
 


In the matter of the Petition of John TUCKER, of Broad Cove, near St. John's, Fisherman, to be declared Insolvent.

I do order that the said John TUCKER, do appear in the Supreme Court, on Tuesday, the 22nd instant, at 11 o'clock, a. m., to be examined as to the alleged Insolvency.

    Dated this 15th day of Nov., A.D. 1864
        Francis BRADY, Chief Justice
 

Nov. 25, 1864

Marriage:

At the Cathedral, on Wednesday Evening, by the Rev. G. M. Johnston, Eliza Jane, eldest daughter of Jeffery GUSWELL of the Goulds, to Christian Henry ZIMMERMAN of Schleswig Holstein.


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