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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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l 8 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 , UNDER a c t s 53 & 54 GEO. i l l, NAMES, Trades, and Desoriptions, Sec, continued. Christian Meissner, late of Green- street Spitalfields in the county of Middlesex, - - - silk hat manufacturer --------- John Rumby, - late of Hall- alley Lombard- street in the city of London, - - boot and shoemaker - Thomas Smith, formerly of Tottenham Court Road, but lastly of N° 15 Skinner- street Somers Town, furnishing ironmonger - - Samuel Hitchcock, late of the Ship and Blue Coat Boy Walworth in the parish of Saint Mary Newington, in the county of Surrey, and formerly of Paradise- buildings in the parish of Saint Mary Lambeth, - - - publican - - - - Charles Buckingham, - - - late of Clement's- lane in the parish of Saint Clement Danes in the county of Middlesex, and formerly of Duke- street Lincoln's- Inn Fields in the parish of Saint Gilcs- in- the- Fields, in the said county of Middlesex - James Greenouff, late of the parish of " Wandsworth in the county of Surrey, and formerly of the parish of Fulham in the county of Mid- dlesex, labourer - -- -- -- -- Thomas Colson, - - - late of Lower Road in the parish of Saint Paul's Deptford, and formerly of Union- row in the aforefaid parish of Saint Paul's in the county of Kent, sawyer - - James Pursey, late of Cumberland- street New Road in the parish of Saint Mary- le- bone in the county of Middlesex, and formerly of Great Mary- le- bone- street in the said parish, - appraiser and carpenter - -- -- -- -- -- John Hobbs, - - late of N° 4 Devonshire- place in the parish of Hackney in the county of Mid- dlesex, and formerly of Norton- street in the parish of Saint Mary- le- bone in the county of Middlesex, stone mason ------ John Pettet, - late of North- street Walworth in the parish of Saint Mary Newington, in the county of Surrey, and formerly of Buxton Hall in the parish of Lambeth in the aforesaid county, - carpenter - James Raffan, - - - late of James- street in the parish of Saint Paul Covent- garden in the county of Middlesex, and formerly of Bedford- court Bed- ford- street in the said parish, - - - fruiterer - - John Ludlow, late of the Rope- walk Woolwich in the county of Kent, and formerly of the Cold Arbour Blackwall in the county of Middlesex, - - - lighterman ------- William Ashby, carpenter, at the Hide in the parish of Hendonin the county of Middlesex - Edward Lister, - turner and shopkeeper, formerly of N° 70 York- street Westminster in the parish of Saint Margaret's, and late of N° 51 King- street Borough in the parish of SaintSaviour'sSouthwark Thomas Innalls, - - - - formerly excise officer, 78 Great Titchfield- street Portland- place, and late of N° 10 Howland- street Saint Pancras, in' the county of Middlesex ------- . Thomas Haywood, - - - draughtsman and shop- keeper, formerly of New- stri: et Square Fetter- lane, and late of N° 5 Leigh- street Red- Lion- square in the united parishes of Saint Andrew Holborn and Saint George's Bloomsbury ------- James Davey, - carpenter, formerly of Acorn- street in the parish of Bishopsgate- wuthout in the city and liberty of London, and late of Nelson- street Hackney Road ------ Amount Arrested for. Amount Due and Owing by them. Discharged. £. s. d. Remanded, and afterwards Discharged. Finally Remanded.
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