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Re Roundy, 1867

[insolvency]

 

Re Roundy

United States Consular Court, Shanghai
3 June 1867
Source: The North-China Herald, 6 June 1867

 

U.S. CONSULAR COURT.

Before W. P. MANGUM, Esq., U.S. Consul-General.

June 3.

Re HENRY ROUNDY.

The first meeting of creditors of this estate was held to-day.  There were present Mr. McDoual (Oriental Bank,) Mr. McLean (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) Mr. Mount (for Mr. H. Wignall) and Mr. Endicott, who appeared for Mr. C. D. Nye.  Messrs. A. Heard & Co., Captain Partridge, Captain Hutchinson and Captain West.

The Insolvent did not appear, being unable to do so on account of illness.  Mr. Endicott was appointed receiver.  Several of the creditors objected to the amounts in the Schedule, and we therefore defer publishing the assets and liabilities till the amounts are agreed to.

Published by Centre for Comparative Law, History and Governance at Macquarie Law School