Insolvent Court, Re Peter Stuckey

The Sydney Morning Herald

19 February 1851

On reading a petition from David Peden, of Macquarie-street, Sydney, gentleman, his Honor the Chief Justice yesterday ordered that the estate of Peter Stuckey, of Gundagai, grazier, be placed in the hands of the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates at Sydney, until the same shall by the Supreme Court be adjudged to be sequestrated, or the said petition be discharged according to law; and appointed Wednesday, the 5th March, for the said Peter Stuckey to show cause why his estate should not by the said Court be adjudged to be sequestrated. Mr. William Perry, official assignee.