“E” This is the certificate marked E referred to in the affidavit of Francis Logan sworn before me this 17th day of January 1882
No. 12634 REGISTRAR’S CERTIFICATE 1880-81.
THE LAW SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
INLAND REVENUE DUTY PAID ₤3. I JAN 81
PURSUANT to “The Solicitors Act, 1843,” and the Acts amending the same, the INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY, as the Registrar of Solicitors, hereby certifies,
Solicitor of the Supreme Court, whose place of business is at Newcastle upon Tyne
hath this day left with the Secretary of the said Society a Declaration in Writing, signed by the said Solicitor’s London Agent, on his behalf, containing his name and Place or Places of Business, together with the Term and Year, or the Month and Year in or as of which he was admitted; and hereby further certifies, That the said Solicitor is duly enrolled a Solicitor of the Supreme Court and its entitled to practise as such Solicitor, on this Certificate being duly stamped as required by law.
Given under the hand of the Secretary of the INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY this 31st day of December 1880
E. W. Williamson, Secretary
If this Certificate is stamped after the 1st January, it must be produced to the Registrar of Solicitors within a month of the payment of the duty.
N.B. If admitted a Notary, the Certificate should be entered at the Faculty Office.
If a Proctor, it should be entered in the Court in which he is admitted.
Produced and entered this day of 188 .
(Hand written notes at the side)
This is the Registrar’s certificate marked E referred to in the annexed affidavit of Joseph Atkinson Phillipson sworn before me this 5th day of September 1881
A Commissioner etc