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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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V / T H R E E - P E R - C E N T . A N N U I T I E S. 167 PROPRIETORS, & c. Reuben Melmouth Mary Merrick - - Greenwich, gent. dd. St. Thomas's Oxford, w°. dd. Thomas Middleton Lincoln's- inn, gent. Jan Gerbrand Van Meirop Rotterdam John Mill - - - Blackhorse- yard, Nightingale- lane, dd. William Millis ----- Thames Ditton, Surrey, dd. Henry Stephen Milner Manchester- square Richard Monday - - - servant to Richard Neville, esq; Weimwood Monro, spr. & servant to Mrs. Walsh, Hampton- court- palace Sarah Moodie, wife of John Moodie, M. D. of Lyncombe, Somersetshire John Moore, Hackney, & John Ham, Bethnall green, dyer both m. 5 Jacob Nathan Moses, Bury- street, St. Mary- axe; Lazarus Wolfe, Little Somerset- street, Whitechapel; & Benjamin Levy, Prescott- street, Good- mans- fields - -- "") Savage Mostyn - -- -- -- - Navy- office, efq; David Murray, junr - Pall- mall, taylor N. John Naish - - Croydon, Surrey, gent. Robert Neate, mercer, & Robert Waylen, ironmonger, both of Devizes, Wilts) Mary Newman West Wycombe, Kent, w° Mitchell Newman ------ Gray's- inn- lane, dd. John Newton, G. s. - - - - Aldgate Joseph Newton - - Aldermanbury, esq; John Nicholas - - servant to Mrs. Stables, Aldermanbury George Nicholls, Ditchley, Essex; Richard Warren of Sack- ville- street, M. D. & Revd Pierce Dod, A. M. > Goodmersham, Kent -------) Catherine Norton - - - Brook- street, Holborn, w\ dd. John Norton - ------ Golden- square, efq; o. Benjamin Oake & Revd Richard Gardner - - - - - Thomas Odam ------ Bermondsey- street, od. Christopher Overy - - - - - - Carshalton, Surrey John Owen ----------- Sun- yard Elizabeth Oyles - ------ Holborn, fpr. dd. Robert Ogilvie - - York- buildings, Strand, peruke- maker Robert Oliphant Charing- cross, hat- maker Edward Osborn - - - East Moulsey, Surrey ( a minor) P. Henry Page - - - William Page - - - - Peter Pain cS: Samuel Hunt Thomas Palmer - - - - John Parr - - • John Parr - - - - - Mary Parr - - - - - Harry Peckham - - - Richard Peirson - - - - Ann Pinfold ----- - - - - - Lambeth, dd. Newington- butts, salesman, dd. - - - Nightingale- lane - - - Leadenhall- rnarket - - - - - - Islington - - - - - Chatham, dd.. - - - - Chatham, fpT. dd. - - - Middle- temple, efq; - - - Childs- hill, Hendon Queen- square, Bloomsbury, lpT Date when firft Dividend became due. 1
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