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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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73 persons who h a v e a p p l i e d t o " b'e d i s c h a r g e d , u n d e r acts 53 & 5 4 G e o . il l, NAMES, Trades, ard Descriptions, £ cc. continued. George Searle, - - - late of N° 2 Minerva- place Hackney Road, in the parish of Saint Matthew Bethnel Green, formerly of Elder- street 111 the liberty of Norton Falgate, both in the county of Middlesex, piano- forte tuner - - - - - Daniel Connor, - - late of N° 1 Wright's build- ings Smithfield, in the city of London, - - mariner Henry Pulman, - - late of N° 3 Shakespeare's- walk Lower Shadwell in the county of Middle- sex,- mariner and lodging- house keeper for mariners Robert Paton, - - - late of Chapel- street. Saint George's- in- the- East, Middlesex, - - - baker, for- merly of Back- lane Saint George's- in- the- East aforesaid, chandler, and before then of Lower Thames- street London, - - victualler - - - - George Young, of Tower- street in the Great Gardens, parish of Temple in the city of Bristol, - - - cutler - -- -- -- -- Braham Isaacs, - - - - formerly of Dean's gate Manchester in the county ef Lancashire, jeweller, but last of King street Deptford in the county of Kent, slopseller, and copartner with Aaron Barnard of Deptford aforesaid, slopseller, under the firm and style of Barnard Company - - - James Thomas Hackett Wilkins ( committed also by the name of James Wilkins, esquire, otherwise J. T. H. Wilkins,) formerly of Bromp- ton Middlesex, and late of Weymouth in the county of Dorset, a mate in the East India Company's service ---------- Jonathan Mitton, formerly of Lamb's Chapel- court Cripplegate in the city of Lon- don, and late of Webber- row Blackfriars in the county of Surrey, - attorney's clerk - James Atkin, formerly of Arabella- row Pimlico in the county of Middlesex, hair- dresser and haberdasher, and late of Sloane- square Chel- sea in the said county, - - - - dealer in shoes and ladies' boots ------------ William Webb, - - late of Cosham in the coun- ty of Hants, saddler and harness- maker - - William Bradley ( sued also with Luke Bradley) late of Lockwood in the West- Riding of the county of York, clothier - - - - - William Harse, - late of N° 9 Ward's- row Bethnel Green Road in the county of Middlesex, - mariner William Hayward, - - late of Tanners- hill Saint Taul Deptford in the county of Kent, - - - builder John Davenport, - - formerly and late of Man- chester in the county palatine of Lancaster, - - grocer ---------- Joshua Mead, late of Battersea in the county of Surrey, chandler ------- Samuel Herbert, late of the borough of Leicester in the county of Leicester, - - victualler Allen Charlton, late of Hubbard's Mill in the county of Salop, - - - miller, and carrying on the trade under the firm of Charlton & Jenkins as millers - -- -- -- -- -- - Jonathan Ogden, formerly and late of Hey- side near Oldham in the county palatine of Lan- caster, cotton spinner ------- Ann Barrand, late of the South Parade • Queen's Elm Chelsea, spinster - - - - James Carter, -- late of Walham Green Mid- dlesex, labourer - - - - - - - - - -
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