Estate of Henry Bingham
The Sydney Morning Herald
24 September 1852
The Supreme Court of New South Wales. Ecclesiatical Jurisdiction. Victoria by the grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of the Faith &c.
To the Widow and to the next of Kin of Henry Bingham late of the Tumut near Gundagai in the colony of New South Wales Esquire deceased.
Whereas it hath been represented unto our Supreme Court of New South Wales by the proctor of Samuel Peek a creditor of the said deceased that the said Henry Bingham late of the Tumut near Gundagai aforesaid departed this life on or about the twenty-first day of August last past having at the time of his death goods chattels and credits in the colony aforesaid.
We do therefore hereby peremptorily cite you and each of you to appear before our said Court at the Court House in King Street Sydney on the twenty seventh day of October now next at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of the same day and there to abide if occasion shall require during the sitting of the said Court and then and there to accept or refuse letters of administration of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased or otherwise to show sufficient cause (if you or either of you have or know any) why the same should not be committed to the said Sumuel Peek a creditor of the said deceased on giving sufficient security and further to do and receive as to law and justice shall appertain under pain of such letters of administration being granted to the said Samuel Peek as a creditor of the said deceased.
Witness the Honorable Sir Alfred Stephen Knight our Chief Justice of our Supreme Court of New South Wales at Sydney this twenty-third day of September A.D. 1852.
S. Raymond (I.S.) Prothonotarv of the Supreme Court. Edwin Daintrey. Proctor for the said Samuel Peek 400 George Street Sydney.