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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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NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. Joseph Smith, - - formerly of Stamforth- street, in the town of Birmingham in the county of War- wick, brass founder, and late of Whittal- street in Birmingham aforesaid, brass fonnder - - John Stone, formerly of Uttoxeter in the county of Stafford, and'late of Birmingham in the county of Warwick, cabinet- maker - - - John Anthony, formerly and late of Wal- soken in the county of Norfolk, - - - farmer - - John Bale, formerly of Colchester in the county of Essex, shopkeeper, and late of 133 Whitechapel- road in the county of Middle- sex, carpenter and ironmonger - - - - Thomas Birkin, formerly of Mansfield in the county of Nottingham, and late of the town of Nottingham in the said county, - - - hosier - Henry Borman, - - formerly of Pleasant- place Lambeth in the county of Surrey, and late of King- street Southwark in the said county, - car- penter and baker - -- -- -- -- - John Brown, formerly of N° 7 Fieldgate- street Whitechapel in the county of Middlesex, and late of N° 28 Gloucester- street Commercial- road in the said county of Middlesex, - - - wire- worker and bell- hanger - -- -- -- - John Buckingham, formerly of Tooley- street in the borough of Southwark, and late of Kent- street in the borough of Southwark afore- said, shoemaker - -- -- -- -- James Bryon, formerly and late of Fleet- market in the city of London; butcher - - William Birchiey, formerly of the parish of Castle Morton in the county of Worcester, and late of the city of Worcester, glover - - - Benjamin Cartwright, formerly and late of Brierly- hill in the county of Stafford, miner and shopkeeper - -- -- -- -- - William Charter, formerly and late of High- street Sunderland in the county of Dur- ham, cabinet- maker -------- George Davison, - formerly of the. Strand in the county of Middlesex, and late of 102 Tooley- street Southwark in the county of Surry, - - soup- maker James Delasall, formerly and late of High- street Gosport in the county of Hants, - - watch- maker ------------- John Young the younger, late of Stob- hill in the county of Northumberland, farmer John Weetch, late of the parish of Tem- ple- street Bristol, brightsmith - - - - Thomas Belcher, late of Carleton in the county of Monmouth South Wales, - - - mariner William Malcom,- - - late of Aldersgate- street in the city of London - -- -- 1--. Andrea Campanelli, - - - late of Bethnal- green in the county of Middlesex, mariner - - - Thomas Potts, - - late of Harwick in the county of Roxburgh North Britain, spirit merchant - Thomas Davies ( sued by the name of Thomas Davis,) late of Providence- street Walworth- common, in the parish of Saint Mary Newington Butts in the county of Surrey, - - - gentleman - John West, formerly of Coleman- street buildings in the parish of in the city of London, - - - boot and shoe- maker - - - - - Amount Arrested for. Discharged. Remanded, and afterwards Discharged. Finally Remanded. Petition dismissed, no Return made by the Magis- trates, and no Appearance on his behalf. Petition dismissed, no Return made by the Magis- trates, and 110 Appearance 011 his behalf. Petition dismissed, he not appearing before the Court. Discharged. Petition dismissed, the Schedule not having been made pursuant to the directions of the Act. Discharged. Discharged. Petition dismissed, the Schedule not having been made pursuant to the directions of the Act. Discharged. Petition dismissed, he not appearing before the Court. Petition dismissed, he not appearing before the Court. Petition dismissed, the Schedule not having been made pursuant to the directions of the Act. Discharged. Petition dismissed, he not appearing before the Court. Petition dismissed, no Return made by the Magis- trates, and no Appearance on his behalf. Petition dismissed, no Return made by the Magis trates, and no Appearance on his behalf. Petition dismissed, no Return made by the Magis- trates, and 110 Appearance on his behalf. Petition dismissed, the Schedule not having been made pursuant to the directions of the Act. Petition dismissed, the Schedule not having been made pursuant to the directions of the Act. Petition dismissed, the Schedule not having been made pursuant to the directions of the Act. Petition dismissed, he not appearing before the Court. Discharged.
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