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Accounts Presented to the House of Commons, Pursuant to their Orders of 20th May 1808,  relating to the South Sea Company's Unclaimed Dividends

17/02/1806

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N E W SO LT T II S E A A N N U I T I E S. 1' R OPKI K TORS, fitc. Cornelius Corkren Shoreditch, pump- maker Nicholas Cortess - - Clapham, dd. Robert Cornewall -------- Warwick, . Benjamin Cornell ------- Higham Gazely Frances Cornell, now \ v°. of Philip Hacket of Chippenham. Cambridgeshire, dd. S James Colin - Westerham, Kent, cM. Frederick William Hellem Coffins, dd. - Thomas Tryon Cotton - - - - Crutched- friars, efq; Thomas Cotterell - - Birmingham, cici. William Henry Coussmaker & Edward Spear - - - - John de Coussmaker - - - Strand Thomas Coutts merchant, a bankrupt Mary Coward - - Lisle- street, Leicester fields, w". dd. William Cawdell ------- Dartmouth- strect John Cowey - gardener to Henry Creed, esq; Hampstead Francis Cowen - - - Mile- end, del. Ann Cowper - -- -- -- -- Bread- street, fpr Alice Cox Wootten, Northamptonshire, w° Philip Cox, Queen- square; William Strickland, Bridge- yard;^ Gideon Fournier, & Richard Bowzer, both of,' Shad Thames --------- . y Samuel Cox - -- Spitalfields Thomas Cox, Salisbury, & John Geekie, Middle- temple, esq; j Mary Cholmley, Crutched- friars, afterwards wife of Henry Crispe David Chovet - -- -- -- -- Charing- cross John Crost, Queen Ann- street, Marybone, esq; & Joseph Newton, Aldermanbury Giles Crompe - Mincing- lane Joseph Crompton ----- Cripplegate, victualler Nathaniel Crompton - -- -- -- -- Epsom Windmills Crompton & Thomas Page, dd. - - - - - Henry Cromwell St. Sepulchre's Elizabeth Cronk - St. Bride's, wife of Thomas Pennington Joseph Crook --------- St. John's, dd. Richard Crosdill - - - - Petty France, Westminster Thomas Crossland, Chelsea, & Charles Thomas Coggan, T, . , ^^ > East India- house Robert Crown --------- Little- Britain Thomas Crow - Throgmorton- street, M. D. dd. John Cud more -------- Plymouth, dd. Aaron Cummins ----- Walworth, Surrey, dd. Bridget Cuningham Red lion- square, w° David Cunningham - - - St. James Thomas Currier ------- Maiden- lane, dd. John Curteis, senr. brewer, & John Curteis, junr. ( a minor)} Wapping- streetj Charles Curtis Thetford, Norfolk, dd. Henry Curtis - - - - Chatham John Curtis - Thomas Curtis ---------- Enfield Thomas Curtis Adderley, Gloucestershire John Cutteridge Wood- street, dd. Charles Cutler -------- Portsmouth, dd. Joseph Cutts -------- Monument- yard, eld. Elizabeth Church ----- Bermondsey- street, fpr Mary Church ----- Bull- and- mouth- street, w° Rev Thomas Church & William Spackman - - - > - Dale when firli Dividend became duo.
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