don, from time to time, upon being satisfied as well
of the fitness of the person as of the expediency of
the appointment, to appoint, admit, and cause to be
sworn and enrolled in the said Court of Faculties any
person or persons residing at any place distant more
than ten miles from the Royal Exchange, in the said
city of London, who shall have been previously ad-
mitted, sworn, and enrolled an attorney or solicitor
of the courts at Westminster, or who shall be
a proctor practising in any ecclesiastical court, to be
a notary-public or notaries-public, to practise within
any district in which it shall have been made to ap-
pear to the said master of the Court of Faculties
that there is not (or shall not hereafter be) a suffi-
cient number of such notaries-public admitted, or to
be admitted, under the provisions of the said recited
act, for the due convenience and accommodation of
such district, as the said master of the Court of Fa-
culties shall think fit, and not elsewhere; any law or
usage to the contrary notwithstanding."

taries ap


And it is provided and further enacted by section Not to 3, "That nothing herein contained shall extend to authorize noauthorize any notary who shall be admitted by virtue of this act to practise as a notary, or to perform or thereby to act certify any notarial act whatsoever, within the said in London, city of London, the liberties of Westminster, the ten miles borough of Southwark, or within the circuit of ten thereof. miles from the Royal Exchange in the said city of London."

or within

this act, prac

off the roll of

And it is provided and further enacted by section Notary ad4, "That if any notary, admitted by virtue of this mitted under act, shall practise as a notary, or perform or certify tising out of any notarial act whatsoever, out of the district spe- his district, cified and limited in and by the Faculty to be granted to be struck to him by virtue of this act, or within the city of London, the liberties of Westminster, the borough of Southwark, or the circuit of ten miles from the Royal Exchange in London aforesaid, then and in every such case it shall be lawful for the said Court


of Faculties, on complaint made in a summary way, and duly verified on oath, to cause every such notary so offending to be struck off the Roll of Faculties; and every person so struck off shall thenceforth for ever after be wholly disabled from practising as a notary, or performing or certifying any notarial act whatsoever."




NOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership lately Notice of dissubsisting between us, A. B. and C. D., of, &c., here- solution of tofore carrying on trade under the firm of, &c., was, ship.* on the day of, &c., dissolved by mutual consent, [and that all debts owing to the said partnership are to be received by the said C. D.; and all persons to whom the said partnership stands indebted are requested immediately to send in their respective accounts to the said C. D., in order that the same may be examined and paid.] Dated, &c.

Under and by virtue of the power in this behalf From one contained in the deed or articles establishing the partner to partnership subsisting between you and me, bear

ing date on or about the

day of

another of intention to dissolve part

18 I hereby give you notice, that it is my inten- nership.

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*The above notice should be inserted in the London Gazette, for which purpose an affidavit of the signatures will be required to warrant the insertion. The form may be thus :— "E. F., of, &c., maketh oath, and saith, that he was present and did see A. B. and C. D. severally sign the notice of dissolution hereunto annexed; and that the names A. B. and C. D., set and subscribed at the foot of the said notice, are of the proper hands-writing of the said A. B. and C. D." (To be sworn before a Master in Chancery.)

From partners after dissolution,

pay debt to


tion to dissolve the said partnership on the day
next. As witness my hand this

To Mr

We hereby give you notice, that the partnership lately subsisting between us, under the firm of C. B. to a debtor to and C., was dissolved on the day of last, and we request you to pay the debt owing by you to us to Mr who is duly authorized to receive the same, and whose receipt shall be your sufficient discharge. As witness, &c.


To executors I [we] give you notice, that by an indenture of of assignment assignment, bearing date, &c., made, &c., the legacy

of a legacy.

Purchaser to

his money is


of L.500, [or my share and interest in the residuary
personal estate of A. B.] bequeathed to me, [or the
said C. D.,] by the will of A. B., deceased, has been
absolutely assigned by [me] the said C. D. to [me]
the said E. F., in consideration of the sum of L.
by, &c., to, &c., paid. [And I, the said C. D.,
authorize you to pay the same to the said E. F.,
when the same shall become payable.] As witness,


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I hereby give you notice, that the sum of L. vendor, that the unpaid portion of the purchase-money payable producing no by me to you under the contract between us, bearing date, &c., is now in the hands of my bankers, Messrs , having been appropriated to a special account to my credit, and is producing no interest or advantage whatsoever; [and, therefore, I shall hold myself discharged from any obligation henceforth to pay interest for the same.] As witness, &c.

To a mort

purchaser of an equity of

To C. D., of, &c., I do hereby give you notice, gagee by the that by certain indentures, bearing date, &c., and made, &c., for the consideration therein mentioned, redemption. the equity of redemption of, and in certain premises situate at and comprised in an indenture dated the, &c., and made between, &c., purporting to

i This notice is usually given by the assignee alone, but it is more satisfactory to the executors that the assignor should give it. The concurrence of both is the preferable course.

be a mortgage thereof to you, for securing the pay-
ment of the sum of L.
and interest, were con-
veyed and assured to me and my heirs and assigns

for ever. Dated, &c.

a mortgage.

To, &c. I hereby give you notice, that, by inden- To the mortture, dated, &c., the premises comprised in an inden- gagor of the ture of mortgage, bearing date, &c., and made be- assignment of tween, &c., purporting to be a mortgage by you of the same premises for securing the payment of the sum of L. and interest, have in consideration, &c., been assigned (or conveyed, if in fee) to me, my heirs, [executors, administrators,] and assigns. Dated, &c.

mortgagor of


money, and

To Mr A. B. I hereby give you notice, that I To a mortshall, at the expiration of six calendar months from gagee by the the service hereof upon you, pay off the principal intention to sum of L. now due and owing to you from pay in the me, and secured by mortgage of certain premises situate, &c.; and all interest that will be then due upon of tender of the same sum; and that at such time I shall tender reconveyance. you a reconveyance to me of the said premises, pursuant to a draft to be previously submitted to you or your solicitor, for approval. Dated, &c.

I do hereby give you notice, and request that you To mortgagor

will pay me on the

day of

next, at, &c., by mortgagee to pay prin, together with all in- cipal and in

the principal sum of L. terest that may then be due thereon, and which is terest, and of secured to [me] by certain indentures, &c.; and in a sale. case you shall make default in payment of the same on the said I shall immediately thereupon proceed to a sale of the [messuage and hereditaments] in the said indentures comprised in execution of the power thereby vested in me. As witness, &c.

day of

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I hereby give you notice, that by indentures of From mortlease and release, bearing date respectively on or

about the

and days of

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made between

nant to pay rent to him.

as the execu

If by the personal representatives, add, "

tor (or administrator) of deceased."

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