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Account of Persons who applied to be discharged under Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England

21/02/1815

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ioti persons w h o h a v e a p p l i e d t o b e d i s c h a r g e d , u n d e r a c t s 53 & 5 4 g e o . hi, NAMES, Trades and Descriptions, & c. continued. Thomas Kiddle, of the parish of Little Saint Andrews in the town of Cambridge, in the county of Cambridge - -- -- -- - Joseph Bennett, formerly and late of Shude- hill Manchester, in the county of Lan- caster, provision- dealer ------ Richard Burnett, - - formerly of Sutton Lakes in the parish of Harden, in the county of Here- ford, and late of the Folley in the said parish and county, carpenter ------ William Gast, late of Redcliff- hill in the parish of Saint Mary Redcliff, now of Captain Cary's- lane in the parish of Saint Phillip and Jacob, in the city of Bristol, - - - grocer and Venetian- blind- maker - -- -- -- - William Brett,- - - of the city of Bristol, cabinet- maker - -- -- -- -- - Joseph Woods, - - - late of Sambourn in the county of Warwick, but now of Warwick • Goal, shopkeeper and victualler - - - Joseph Labourn, formerly of the town and county of the town of Newcastle- upon- Tyne, and late of Gatshead in the county of Durham, linen- draper, now general mer- chant ------------- Mary Newton, - - - formerly and late of Manchester in the county Palatine of Lancas- ter, trunk- maker - -- -- -- - William Kiddle, - - - late of the parish of Coten, in the county of Cambridge, con- fectioner ------------ Joseph Broadhurst, late of Field- terrace Battle- bridge in the parish of Saint Pancras, in the county of Middlesex, jeweller- - - George Sealey, formerly of Brighton, victualler, and late of ihe same place, - - - cow- keeper and milkman - -- -- -- - John Harrison, - - - late of No. 32 Skinner- street Somers- Town, in the parish of Saint Pancras and county of Middlesex, - - - glazier - Charles Richard Tomlinson ( arrested in the name of Richard Tomlinson), late of No. 9 Cambridge- street Golden- square, Middlesex, - - carver and gilder - -- -- -- -- Daniel Brook, baker, late of No. 1 Clifton- street Worship- street Finsbuiv- square, Middlesex ------------ Philip Sainty, formerly of Wivenhoe, and lite of East Donyland, both in the county of Essex, ship- builder- ------ William Harrop, No. 113 Newgate- street London, and formerly of Bartholomew- close London, - - - wool I an- trader and agent - George Edwards, - - - formerly of Burbridge in the county of Wilts, and Kings Stanley in the county of Gloucester, but late of Lea- mington in the county of Warwick, and Strat- ford- upon- Avon in the county of Warwick, brick- maker - -- -- -- -- -- Henry Bucknall, late of Chandler's- lane in the town and county of the town of Notting- - ham, confectioner- - - - - ~ - - Thomas Smith, subscription and coffee- room- keeper, late of the Carlton- rooms Prince's- street Leicester- square, and formerly of the Kent- and- Essex- tavern White, chapel, ail in the county of Middlesex
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