At the Wigton County Court on Monday,  Mr. T. RIGG, solicitor, applied to
his Honour Judge STEAVENSON for an order for  the division of the sum of £40
10s 8d being part of the estate of James MOORE,  butcher, Whitehaven.

    Advertisements had been inserted in  various papers with the object of
discvovering the whereabouts of George and  Hoseph TWEDDIE, who as nephews of
the said James MOORE were entitled to the sum  before mentioned. No response had been made to these advertisements, and on the  production of the registrar's

    His Honour ordered that the share of £42  10s be equally divided between
the 17 nephews and nieces of the late James  MOORE.

    Mr. H. N. TWENTYMAN, who represented  several of the relatives, asked His
Honour if respondent's costs would be  included.

    His Honour: I think you are entitled to your costs.