32, Strand, London
Memorial of a War Horse. Mr. James Attenborough, silversmith, of 32, Strand has recently, by direction of Major Leveson, executed an appropriate memorial of a charger killed under the gallant officer at the battle of Inkermann. Upon the fragment of the shell which was extracted from the body of the animal, is placed a circle of bullets, supporting shot of a larger kind, which are surmounted by a small shell used at the Redan, and worked so as to form an inkstand. The pen is inserted at the fusee aperture. The stopper is a bullet which had grazed the side of the major. A silver shield, surmounted by a crown, is displayed upon the shell, bearing the words, "Alma, Inkermann. Balaklava, Sebastopol," supported by a silver ribbon, inscribed "Crimea." Beneath it is a silver tablet in the form of a tombstone, upon which is inscribed, "To the memory of Desert Born, an Arab charger, which was killed under Major Leveson, at the battle of Inkermann, on the 5th November, 1854." The various bullets, &c, in this memorial were picked up on the various fields of battle in the Crimea.
Source: Daily Southern Cross - 24th March 1857
NOTICE is hereby given, that the following is a copy of an entry made in the book kept by the Chief Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy for the Registration of Trust Deeds for the benefit of Creditors, Composition and Inspectorship Deeds executed by a Debtor, as required by the Bankruptcy Act, 1861, secs. 187, 192, 194, 196, and 198:–
Title of Deed, whether Deed of Assignment, Composition, or Inspectorship–Composition.
Date of Deed–28th December, 1865.
Date of execution by debtor–28th December, 1865.
Name and description of the Debtor, as in the Deed John Keith, of No. 41, Westmorland-place, City-road, in the county of Middlesex. Ecclesiastical Silversmith.
The names and descriptions of the Trustees or other parties to the Deed, not including the Creditors–
James Attenborough, of No. 32, Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Jeweller and Silversmith, and John Bryer, of Nos. 53 and 54, Barbican, in the city of London, Refiner (inspectors), second part; and the creditors, third part.
A short statement of the nature of the Deed–A Deed, by which the debtor covenants with the inspectors that he will, at the expiration of three calendar months from the 1st January, 1866, and of every succeeding period of three calendar months, until the composition of ten shillings in the pound payable to the creditors respectively under such deed, shall have been paid to the creditors, respectively pay to the said inspectors or inspector for the purposes of the said deed the sum of Â£100; and a release by creditors to debtor.
When left for Registration–24th January, 1866, at halfpast three o'clock.
THE SEAL OF THE COURT
Source: The London Gazette - 26th January 1866