The Times, Saturday, 30 October 1886 (p.12)

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 29.

THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1883


RECEIVING ORDERS.

LAWSON, John, Campfield, Bowness-on-Solway, and Wampool, Aikton, Cumberland,
farmer.


FIRST MEETINGS AND PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS.

LAWSON, John, Campfield, Bowness-on-Solway, and Wampool, Aikton, Cumberland,
farmer - Nov. 10, Official Receiver's offices, Carlisle; Nov. 10,
Court-house, Carlisle.


NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS.

DOUGLAS, Mary Ann, and DOUGLAS, John Norman (trading as DOUGLAS and Son),
Penrith, Cumberland, saddlers - first and final div. of 9s. 10d., first and
final div. of 20s. separate estate of Mary Ann DOUGLAS, and first and final
div. of 3d. separate estate of J. N. DOUGLAS, Nov. 1, Official Receiver's
offices, Carlisle.

PEARS, Robert Graham, jun., Little Dockray, Penrith, Cumberland,
coachbuilder - first and final div. of 3s. 5d., Nov. 1, Official Receiver's
offices, Carlisle.

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