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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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TOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS, IN ENGLAND. TIG NAMES, Trades and Descriptions, & c. continued. John Brown the younger, late of Sway- field near Colstworth, Lincolnshire, - - - dealer in cattle - -- -- -- -- -- - Samuel Kirkham, - - - formerly of Divade- lane Caverswall near Cheadle, and late of Lane- end near Newcastle, both in the County of Stafford, miner and victualler - - - - Thomas Sexton, formerly of Shooter's- hill, and late of Greenwich in the county of Kent, gardener --------- Robert White, - - - late of Street Cobhani near Kingston, Surrey, tailor - - - - James Barnes, formerly of Stangate- street, and late of Canterbury- place, both in the parish of Lambeth, Surrey, - - - carpenter - - John Clarke, formerly of Long- lane Ber- mondsey, Surrey, skin salesman, and late of Back- lane Deptford, Kent, - - - butcher - - James Harry, - - - of Burton in the parish of Linton, Herefordshire, - - - cattle salesman Thomas Thompson, - - - kte of Kent- street Newington, Surrey, - - - victualler - - - - John Penley, - - - late of Kingsland- road in the county of Middlesex, - - - broker - - - William Halley, ( committed by the name of William Walley), formerly of Hull in the county of York, and late of Denmark- street Soho, in the city of Westminster, - - - coach maker ------------- William Elioick, - - - late of Lower Smith- street Clerkenwell, in the county of Middle- sex, cabinet- maker ------- Benjamin Tabart, late of Clifford- street Bond- street, in the city of Westminster, bookseller ------------ Nathan Lion, gentleman, - - - formerly of Saint James's- court in the parish of Saint Ca- therine Cree in the city of London, and late of Duke- street Aldgate in the parish of Saint James Aldgate, in the city of London - - - - - Thomas Royce, - - - late of No. 2 Hermes- street Pentonville near London, and Carpenters Hall London- wall in the city of London - - James Bristow, late of the parish of Saint Clements in the city of Worcester - - - - William Baker Sargeint, - - - - late of Deal in the county of Kent, - - - shopkeeper and mariner - -- -- -- -- -- - Richard Clift, - - - late of Stangate Lambeth, in the county of Surrey, - - - timber dealer John Butler the younger, ( sued by the name of John Butler) gentleman, - - - formerly of Brabourne Lees in the county of Kent, and late of Hilsea barracks in the county of Southamp- ton, - - - late an ensign in the 22d regiment of foot -------------- Amount Arrested for. James Croft, coal merchant, that is to say, dealer in coals, wines and spirituous li- quors, - - - late of Philpot- lane in the city of London, but now of No. 4 Norfolk- place New- ington, in the county of Surrey - - - - - Edward Gray, late of Fleet- lane in the city of London, - - - militia office- keeper - - Hans Peterson, - - - late of Ross- lane White- horse- street Stepney, in the county of Middle- sex, - - - carpenter -------- John Howlett, - - - late of Leadenball- market, London, - - - victualler -,
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