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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 TO BE d i s c h a r g e d , u n d e r a c t s 53 & 54 GEO. hI, NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. Nathaniel Denham, - a master mariner, - late of N° 14 Saint Swithins- lane Lombard- street, in the city of London, and formerly of N° 1 Spa- place Spa- road Bennondsey, in the connty of Surrey - -- -- -- -- -- -- Peter Alexander Watson, - formerly of Kennington in the county of Surrey, but late of Doctors Commons and Clements Inn, London, and of Hendon in the county of Middlesex, - proctor William Hawkins, formerly of Hammer- smith in the county of Middlesex, and late of Cum berland street New- road, Mary- le- bone, - writing and drawing master - -- -- -- -- Thomas Redshaw, - - formerly of Bath in the county of Somerset, schoolmaster, and late of King- street Seven- dials in the county of Middle- sex, - - - gentleman - -- -- -- -- Thomas Bain, late of Tottenham- court- road in the county of Middlesex, carver and gilder, - - formerly of Wells- street Oxford- street, in the same county, carver and gilder - - - - John Gatley, - - - formerly and late of Salford in the county palatine of Lancaster, - - - dresser and dyer - -- -- -- -- -- - William Gillery, - - formerly and late of Liver- pool in the county palatine of Lancaster, - but- cher -------------- John Fairlamb, - - - formerly and late of Hex- ham in the county of Northumberland, - - skinner and dealer in hides, and leatherseller - - - - Thomas Bradley, formerly of Preston in the county palatine of Lancaster, innkeeper, and late of the same place,-- well sinker - - - - John Halsall, formerly and late of Liver- pool in the county palatine of Lancaster, - pavior Edward Riddell, formerly and late of Simonburn, in the county of Northumber- land, innkeeper- - -- -- -- - James Franklin ( rendered in the name of Samuel Franklin) late of Young- street Ken- sington in the county of Middlesex, plumber and glazier ------------ Samuel Eady, late of Ashby- street North- ampton- square, Middlesex, - - straw- hat manu- facturer and dealer - -- -- -- -- Billings Winslow, - late of Liverpool, - mariner Richard Henry Hobbs ( sued by the name of Ilenry Hobbs) late of Drury- lane in the county of Middlesex, - - printer ------- Hamilton Smith Day ( committed by the name of Hamilton Day) - - late of Newman- street Ox- ford- street, in tiie parish of Saint Mary- le- bone in the county of Middlesex,-- artist - - - - Joseph Stead, - of Great Ilerton in the parish of Bradford in the county of York - - - - - Robert Brooke ( sued by the name of Robert Brooks) - - formerly and late of Staverton in the parish of Staverton in the county of Glouces- ter, - - - horse- dealer - -- -- -- - William Culverwell, formerly and late of North Curry in the county of Somerset, - butcher John Firth, - - of Ilickmondwik in the parish of Birstall and county of York, - blanket- maker Walter Hill, late of N° 94 Tichfield- street Oxford market, Middlesex, - - coach- painter - - Amount Arrested for.
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