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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 S O U T I I SEA A N N U I T I E S. 141 PROPRIETORS, & c. Robert Paul ------- Leather- lane, turner Philip Joseph Charles Paumier, - - Great Titchfield- street Sarah Matilda Paumier Little Chelsea, fpr Ann Pauncefort - - Gerard- street, St. Ann's Westminster Frances Pawlett - - St. George's Hanover- square, w°. dd. Elizabeth Paxton - - Devonshire- street, Holborn, w°. dd. Ezekias Paxton ----._ Little St. Martin's- lane Robert Paxton - St. Alban's, dd. Elizabeth Phasey Enfield, fpr Thomas Plant Greenwich William Plant - - Great Brook- street Charles Pratt Inner- temple Jeremiah Pratt - - South- sea- house, dd. John Pratt, Clement's Wearg, dd. & Richard Nicholls, dd. John Platt, Cornhill, draper, dd.; Stephen Todd, Leadenhall- street, slop- seller; Jacob Boak, linen- draper; & James Bate, Cornhill, stationer - - - - - J Joseph Stephen Pratt - - - - Duke- street, Westminster Robert Pratt - - - - Southampton- street, Bloomsbury Thomas Pratt & Thomas Harvey Bulstrode Peachey & William Smith, both dd. - - - - Susanna Peachey - - - - Little Ormond- street, fpr. dd. Mary Peacocke - - - - St. Martin's- in- the- fields, fpr Richard Peacock Fish- street- hill John Janssen Pcad ------ Hornchurch, Essex Catherine Pearce ( late wife, now w°. of Joseph Wilkinson, of Kennington- lane) & John Bagwell, South- sea- house ----- Thomas Pearce, servant Pimlico William Pearce - - - Cowley- street, Westminster, dd. Robert Pearce - Newington Butts, dd. Thomas Pearson Bond- street Joseph Peart, Lincoln's- inn, & John Boldero, Walthamstow - John Peck Charterhouse, gent. dd. Jeremiah Peacock, servant Red- lion- square Mary Pedder ----- Bromley, Middlesex, fpr. dd. John Peerman - - - -- -- - Iver, Bucks Revd Samuel Pegg, James Belsit, Samuel Vicars, Thomas Gillett, & Godfrey Pearson, all dd. S Mary Peirce ----- Milton, Southampton, fpr Barkham Peircy - Shad- thames, dd. Jerry Peirce - - - - Surgeon, Bath Robert Pell, surgeon, & Joseph Atkinson, laceman Elizabeth Pemberton - - - - - - Cow- lane, fpr John Pemberton, dd. & Charles Danvers, exor5 of Henry") Evans) Thomas Pembroke, esq; & Robert Russell ( in trust) - - Rev William Pennicott, Long Ditton, Surrey, & William Smith, efq; Hoddington- hill, Oxford, dd.) William Penwall - - - Maidstone, Kent, draper Captain John Pepys, of the Fox - Alexander Pepper, junr. k Edward Wilbraham - - - - Benjamin Perkins - - - Brook- street Grosvenor square Dean Perkins ----- - - Clarges- street, w° Sarah Perkins ------ Bury St. Edmonds, fpr William Perkins - - - - Cransley, Northamptonshire John Perry - * - Hatton- garden David Perrin - St. Martin's- in- the- fields Edward Perrin Erith, Kent, gent Clare Persehowse 16. N11 - St. Margaret's Weltminfter, dd. 1
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