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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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f o r r e l i e f of i n s o l v e n t d e b t o r s , in e n g l a n d. I 1/ T NAMES, Tiaues, and Descriptions, he. continued. Henry Rowe, late of the parish of Probus in the county of Cornwall, innkeeper - - Robert Railton, late of Manchester in the } f county of Lancaster, - - - callico- printer - - - Charles White, - - - late of Tideswell in the county of Derby, shopkeeper - - - - _ Nathaniel Hogan, - - - - late of N° 8 Clerk- enwell- green in the county of Middlesex, - watch- maker ------------- Amount Arrested for. Thomas Hornby, formerly of Headon, in Holderness in the county of York, and now of the town of Kingston- upon Hull, currier - - Lewis Dormer ( sued by the name of Lewis Damer) late of the Low- water gate Dept- ford in the county of Kent, and formerly of Poplar in the county of Middlesex, - - - mariner - - - William Swain, formerly of the Swan at Mitcham, and late of N° 2 I'ore- street Lambeth, all in the county of Surrey, victualler - - Emanuel A Moro ( sued by the name of Emanuel Moore) - - late of Whitechapel, and for- merly of Dock- street East Smithtield, both in the county of Middlesex, mariner - - - Henry Streat, late of Giltspur- street in the city of London, painter and glazier - - - Mary Foulkes, - - formerly of Ivy- lane Hoxton in the county of Middlesex, but late of Twicken- ham in the county of Middlesex, - - - spinster - Joseph Furnace, late of Gateshead in the county of Durham, clerk in a glass manufactory ---------- Elizabeth Deakins ( sued by the name of Elizabeth Dakin) - - late of Little Coram- street, in the parish of Saint George's Bloomsbury, Middlesex, shopkeeper ------- Richard Carr, - - - late of Marley- hill Farm, in the parish of Great Marlow in the county of Bucks, - - - farmer -------- Edward Caporn, of Sherrington in the • county of Bucks, - - - farmer ------ John Suckling, late of Haverhill in the county of Suffolk, shoemaker - - - - - John Daniel Gower ( sued by the name of . John Gower,) late of N° 9 Church- street Spitalfields, Middlesex, silk manufacturer - Thomas Hewitt, - - of Winsford in the county < of Chester, saddler -------- Abraham Pilkington, formerly and late of Accrington in the county palatine of Lancas- ter, - - - labourer - -- -- -- -- - William Taylor, ----- formerly and late of Manchester in the county palatine of Lancas- ter, - - - shopkeeper - -- -- -- -- David Dimbelbe, late of Hertford in the county of Herts, ----- linen- draper and haber- dasher ------------- Richard Simms, - - of the parish of Kelmscott in the county of Oxford, - - - shopkeeper - - - Joseph Chapman ( sued by the name of John Chapman) - - - late of Red Cross- street, in the parish of Saint Philip in the city of Bristol, - watch and clock- glass manufacturer ------ Charles Cooke, - late of Jubilee- place, Redcliff- parade in the city of Bristol, - - dancing- master -
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