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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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1 4 4 p e r s o n s w i i o - have. a p p l i e d to b e d i s c h a r g e d , u n d e r a c t s 5 3 & 5 4 G e o . i i i, NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. David Woodhouse Sampson, - formerly of Deal in the county of Kent, and late of Bishopsgate- street, in the city of London, - - dealer in porter, and tea dealer - -- -- -- -- -- William Pitch, - - - late of N° 50 Newington- causeway in the county of Surrey, and late clerk iti His Majesty's navy; viz. His Majesty's ship Belliqueux - - - -- -- -- -- - John Fisher - formerly and late of Castle Don- ington in the county of Leicester, - - butcher Charles Henry Merckle, - - a native of Nassau Saarbuck in Germany, and late of N° 9 Rodney- street Southwark in the county of Surrey, - com- mercial clerk - - -- ---- John Akerman, late of Hanover- street Walworth, and formerly of the Borough High- street Southwark, both in the county of Sur- rey, cheesemonger - -- -- -- - Thomas Gray, - late of Doncaster in the West Riding of the county of York, - - tailor - - - Richard Snow, late of Leeds in the West Riding of Yorkshire, cordwainer - - - - John Rackley, late of Sand- yard Turnmill- street, in the parish of Saint John Clerkenwell in • the county of Middlesex, - - rag- merchant - - James Bassett, formerly of Lamb- street Spital fields, and late of Spital- fields Market, all in the county of Middlesex, butcher - - - Joseph Green, ----- formerly of John- street Blackfriars- ioad in the county of Surrey, iind late of Charles- street Blackfriars- road aforesaid, - hat manufacturer - -- -- -- -- -- Amount Arrested lor. Matthew Daly, - - - formerly of N° 93 Drury- lane Middlesex, and late of N° 41 Gray- street Webber- street in the county of Surrey, soda water manufacturer - -- -- -- -- Francis Hargrave the younger, esquire, bar- rister at Law, heretofore of Grays- Inn- square in the county of Middlesex, and late of New Boswell- court Carey- street in the city or within the liberty of Westminster - - - - - William Partridge, - - - late of Little Jutton- street Clerkenwell, Middlesex, - - - whitesmith - Owen Hughes, late of Llandogett, in the parish of Llandogett in the county of Den- bigh, farmer - -- -- -- -- - Thomas Ward, - - - late of Frith- street Soho in the county of Middlesex, - - - oilman - - - Robert Derry, - late of Little Coram- street russell- square in the county of Middle- sex, japanner - -- -- -- -- Richard Bowker, late of Leigh in the parish of Leigh, Lancashire, • - - manufacturer - Benjamin Treble, formerly of Golden- lane Cripplegate, London, then of the city of Exeter, afterwards of Plymouth, Devon, and late of Crown- street Westminster, artist - - - - George Smith, Chepstow Monmouth- shire, cabinet- maker ------- William Turner, late of Glasshouse- yard Aldersgate- street in the county of Middle- sex, -•- - patent chair- maker ------ John Thomas Gregory, late of Sun- street East- street Walworth in the county of Sur- rey, late clerk to Messrs. Booth and Leggatt of Craven- street Strand, attornies at law - -
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