Assignment of Estate
The Sydney Morning Herald
27 August 1856
Notice is hereby given, that Arthur Vyner, of Tumut in the colony of New South Wales gentleman did for the consideration therein mentioned make and execute an assignment of all his real and personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever to Edward George Brown of Tumut aforesaid gentleman and Henry Godfrey of Yass in the colony aforesaid storekeeper in trust for the benefit of his creditors And further that the said indenture was duly executed by the said Arthur Vyner and the said trustees and attested according to the provisions of the Acts of the Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales in that case made and provided And further that the said indenture now lies for inspection and execution at the offices of Messrs. Templeton and Jones, solicitors 221 George-street Sydney.
Dated this sixteenth day of August in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.
Arthur Vyner. Witness to the signature of Arthur Vyner, Lewis Samuel, J.P.
Edward George Brown. To the signature of Edwnrd George Brown, Charles Lockhart, J.P.
Henry Godfrey. To the signature of Henry Godfrey, Allan Campbell, J.P.
In The Supreme Court of New South Wales.