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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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125 persons wh o h a v e a p p l i e d t o be d i s c h a r g e d , u n d e r acts ' 5 3 & 5 4 g e o . ill, NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. George Swan, formerly and late of Mor- peth in the county of Northumberland, grocer and spirit merchant, and general shopkeeper - - Catherine Jacobs, otherwise Fullerton, ( sued bv the name of Catharine,) - - formerly of N° l 7 Bryanstone- street Great Cumberland- street, and late of N° 19 Quebec- street Oxford- street Mid- dlesex, and of Paddington Surrey - - - - - Robert Edward Carey, late lieutenant in the Bedfordshire Militia, now an ensign in the 41st regiment of foot --------- Elizabeth Jones, formerly of Goswell- street in the county of Middlesex, and late of Crown- street Fmsbury- square in the county of Middlesex - -- -- -- -- -- - Joseph Davies, late of the county of the borough of Carmarthen, - - - hatter - - - - John Evans, - - - - late of the county of the borough of Carmarthen, pedlar and hawker - -- -- -- -- -- -- William Colsey, formerly of the Three Jolly Butchers Old- street Road in the county of Middlesex, and late of Charlotte- street Old- street Road Middlesex aforesaid, victualler and cabinet- maker - - - -- -- -- -- William Martin, - late of Cardiff in the county of Glamorgan, merchant and general commission agent - -- -- -- -- - Henry Barnett, formerly of Peahen- court Bishopsgate- street- within, and late of N° 14 Honey lane, Gravel- lane Hounsditch, both in th city of London, slopseller - - - - Timothy Scott, late of Hammersmith Middlesex, tailor .------. Mary Hibbard, late of Feny in the parish of Owston, in the isle of Axholme Lincoln- shire, - - - linen and woollen draper, and grocer - George Hepworth, late of Great Turnstile Holborn, in the parish of Saint Giles- in- the- Fields in the county of Middlesex, tailor and draper - -.- ------- Samuel Welkim, - - late of High- street Hamp- stead in the county of Middlesex, - - shoemaker - George Carroll, - - late of Fleur- de- luce- court Shoemaker- row Blackfriars, city of London, - 1111 dertaker - -- -- -- -- -- -- Anne Caroline Nicholson, - - - late of " N° 36 Suffolk- street llaymarket, Middlesex, and for- merly of Gosport in the county of Southamp- ton, widow - -- -- -- -- - John Rigby, formerly and late of Marsden near Colne in the county palatine of Lan- caster, hawker and pedlar ------ John Stretton, ----- late of Boston Lincoln- shire, hairdresser and perfumer - .- .- - William Clarke, ----- late of Cherry- alley Milk- street in the city of Bristol, glass and earthenware man - -- -- -- - - - William Boxhall, - - - late of Gill- street Lime- house, and formerly of Nightingale- lane Lime- house, both in the county of Middlesex, - sawyer and chandlers shop keeper John Thomas Church, late of Walbrook- place Hoxton, and formerly of Edmund- street, Battle Bridge Saint Pancras, both in the county of Middlesex, - — jeweller -------
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