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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 be d i s c h a r g e d , u n d e r a c t s 53 & 5 4 GEO. hI, NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. William Gough, - - - late of Nc 223 Oxford- street in the county of Middlesex, and formerly of N° 74 Mount- street Grosvenor- square in the same county, butcher ------- Thomas Maund, - - formerly of Great Saffron- hill Saint Andrew's Ilolborn in the county of Middlesex, and late of Shoemaker- row Black- friars in the city of London, dealer in wood and coals, and building materials - - - - - Frances Dunthorne Robson, late of Saint Ives in the county of Huntingdon, innkeeper, and ' since residing at Tonbridge- place in the county of Middlesex, keeping a lodging house - - - William Stevenson, late of N° 72 Long Acre Middlesex, since of His Majesty's ship Cadmus, a lieutenant in His Majesty's navy John Wilkes, late of Screwshole, near Bristol in the county of Gloucester, boatman Richard Trewman ( sued by the name of John Trewman) formerly of Chadleigh in the county of Devon, and late a private in the East Devon militia, tailor ------- James Harcourt Appleton, late of N° 46 Poland- street Oxford- street in the county of Middlesex, surgeon - -- -- -- - Abraham Ward, of His Majesty's hired schooner Charles, - - - seaman ------ John Tumbridge the younger, formerly of Lombard court Seven- dials, and late of East Smithfield, all in the county of Middlesex, - - po- tatoe and coal dealer - -- -- -- -- Frederick Eling, formerly of Little Thames- street Saint Catherine's, and late of N° 4 Princes- street Leicester- square, all in the county of Middlesex, merchant ------- John Melson, - - formerly of Brick- lane Spital- fields, and late of Artillery- passage Spitalfields, all in the county of Middlesex, - - - butcher - - - George Cooper, late of the parish of Maid- stone in the county of Kent, fruiterer - - John Cooper, - - late of Tidswell in the county of Derby, miller and publican - - - - Charles Whittell, M. D. late of South Audley- street, parish of Saint George Hanover- square, county of Middlesex ------ John Stocker, late of Colnbrook in the county of Bucks, surgeon ------ Thomas Blunt the younger, - - - late of Corn- hill in the city of London, optician - - - James Charters, - - - - formerly of Thatched- house- row Islington in the county of Middlesex, late of 62 Aldersgate- street in the liberty of Glass- house- yard, in the county of Middlesex aforesaid, watchmaker ------- George Keith, late of Clowance- street, Plymouth- dock Devonshire, captain on the half pay of His Majesty's royal marines - - - Robert Storey, - - formerly of Saint Margaret's- hill in the borough of Southwark, linen draper, and late of Gloucester- street Queen- square Blooms- bury in the county of Middlesex, - - - fishmonger Robert Torkington, - - - late of the parish of Stapleton in the county of Gloucester, - - captain 011 half pay in His Majesty's royal marine forces - Abraham Bailey, - late of Slaithwaite, in the pa- rish of Huddersfield in the county of York,- clothier
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