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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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l A ® N E W S O U T I I SEA A N N U I T I E S. PROPRIETOR S, & c. Ann Orpin - - - - Strand, w° Titus Oldroyd - - - Hertford Susanna Osford, spr. since wife of Thomas Peacock, Barrow, Suffolk.* Rt Hon. George Lord Onslow & Cranley; Rt Hon. Thomas Onslow, Dover- street; John Whitmore, St. Olave's Jewry; & James Shaw, of St. Bennet's Gracechurch- street - - - Thomas Osborne - - - James- street, Bedford- row George Ouchterlony - - - - Swithin's- lane, merchant - - South Weald, Essex, w°. del. Elizabeth Outing - P. Joseph Paice - - Bread- street- hill, efq; Edward Page Little Britain, victualler ' Rowland Page Bread street Benjamin Paine, servant to Hon. Charles Feilding - - - John Paine Sackville- street, St. James John Paine Chelsea, gent. dd. Henry Palais Haymarket, dd. Elizabeth Palairet, Bath, w°. dd.; Revd Isaac John Barnouin,^ Southampton; Elias Platrier, Fore- street; James Henry Barnouin, of the Tower - -) Ann Palfrey Holborn, lpr Agnes Palmer Tooting, Surrey Elizabeth Palmer - - - - St. Dunstan's- in- the- weft, w° Elizabeth Palmer - - - - Stickwell, Bedfordshire, fpr Joseph Palmer - Mary Palmer -------- Queen- street, fi) r Samuel Palmer Chancery- lane, efq; Theodosia Palmer Worcester, fpr Sir Thomas Palmer, bar1 - Charlton, Northamptonshire, dd. R' Hon Henry Lord Viscount Palmcrston, dd. - - - - Henrietta Pannell - - - Wootton Basset, Wilts, w°. dd. Thomas Paris John Parker -------- St. Clement's- Dane John Parker, Worcester, & Nicholas Nixon, Mincing- lane, dd.* Revd William Parker, D. D. St. James, dd. Benjamin Parkes - Bartholomew- dole Esther Parr St. Clement's Dane, lpr. dd. John Parr _ _ _ Exchange- alley, dd. Thomas Parr - - Richmond, Surrey Sarah Parratt Bankside, fpr Amy Parry - - - - Streatfield, Mortimer, Berks, w° Elizabeth Parsons, Princes- street, Little Turnstile, Holborn,} lprj Mary Parsons - Axsted, Surrey, fpr Mary Parsons - - - - Streatfield, Mortimer, Berks, w° Theophilus Bland Parson Christian Pascall - - - - Dover, w° George Paterson, Paddington- street, St. Mary- le- bon, efq; - Thomas Paterson - - - St. James, Westminster, esq; Nathaniel Patten Doctors- commons William Patten - - - Rickmansworth, Herts, surgeon Elizabeth Paul - - - - Jacob- street, Southwark, spr Margaret Paul - Southwark, w° Nathaniel Pattison - King's Arms- yard, Coleman- street, dd. Jacob- strect, w° Margaret Paul
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