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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 6 4 PERSONS WhO HAVE APPLIED TO BE DISCHARGED, UNDER ACTS ' 5 3 & 5 4 G EO. Ill, NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. Francis Millington, - - formerly and late of Brentwood in the county of Essex, - carpenter - Michael Brown, late of Pontefract York- shire, - - watchmaker and general dealer - - George Fletcher, - - formerly of Masham, and late of Leeming- lane in the North Riding of the count)' of York - - - labourer - - - - - John William Hobcraft, ( sued bv the name of John Hobcraft) - of Allhallows- lane Upper Thames- street London, and late of N° 4. Turnagain- lane London, - - bookbinder and dealer in coals - - John Bellas, - formerly of Marsden in the coun- ty of York, but late of Manchester in the county of Lancaster, cotton twist and weft dealer - Richard Morrison, - formerly of North Shields in the county of Northumberland, but late of South Shields in the county of Durham, - - innkeeper - Owen Quigley, - - formerly of N° 15 London- wall in the city of London, and late of the Swan with two Necks Lad- lane in the said city of Lon- don, - - dealer in straw hats ------- Rosetta Montague, - late of Captain Cook's pas- sage Commercial Road, Middlesex - - spinster - William Howes - - late of N° 3 Lambeth Butts in the county of Surrey, - - labourer in the West India Docks ( sued by the name of William How) Esther Livingston, late of Scarborough in the county of York, widow of John Livingston de- ceased, late an ensign in the 4th West India regi- ment of foot ------------ William Richards, - - late of Newcastle- street in the town and county of the town of Notting bam hosier Francis Wheateley, formerly of Woolwich in the county of Kent, afterwards of Mabledon- place Bur ton- crescent Mary- le- bone in the county of Mid- dlesex, and late with the British army in Holland, Spain and Porugal, acting as - - lieutenant in the Royal Artillery, but since that period suspended - Edward Gilbert, - late of the parish of Clifton in the county of Gloucester, - - lodging- house keeper John Thorley, - - formerly and late of Welling- ton in the county of Chester, - - corn dealer- Thomas Giles, late of Huntingdon in the county of Huntingdon, trading under the firm of Giles and Price, - shopkeepers- - - - - William Smith, - - late of the city of Worces- ter, - - - haullier ---------- William Williams, late of Langwick in the county of Glamorgan, victualler - - - - John Shelley ( sued by mistake in the name of John Shelly) - - late of Mile End in the county of Middlesex mariner - - Samuel Hutchinson ( sued by'mistake in the name of Samuel Hutchison)- late of Wapping Wall county of Middlesex, ship chandler - - - Richard Ford, - - formerly of N° 2 Ocean Ter- race Stepney, and laleofN° 35 (' able- street Well- close- square in the county of Middlesex, - - sur- geon and apothecary --------- Elizabeth Wilson, - late of Scarborough in the county of York, wife of John Wilson of the same place, whitesmith - -- -- -- - Ralph Laidler, - - of the borough of Berwick- upon- Tweed, - - dealer in corn, flour, and meal - 1 il
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