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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 w h o 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, and Descriptions, & c. contii u. ed. Thomas Balls, - - formeily of Thomas's- street, and late of Bevington Bush Liverpool in the county of Lancaster, victualler - - - - John Platt, formerly of Cornwallis- street, and late of Key- street Liverpool in the county of Lancaster, carter and dealer in manure - - Harry Bradly, - - - - late of Blackburn Mews Brook- street Grosvenor- square, in the parish of Saint George Hanover- square in the county of Middlesex, stable keeper ------ John Samuel, late of Powis street Wool- wich m the county of Kent, - - silversmith, jewel- ler, toyman, perfumer, and general dealer - - - John Simpson, late of Gosport in the county of Southampton, dealer in coals - . Edward Downard, formerly of Porchester Hants, canteen- keeper, and late of Chichester Sussex, Serjeant in the 2d battalion 35th regiment, Depot, Chichester barracks - - William Cooper, formerly and late of Halinker near Chichester in the county of Sus- sex, - - grocer and chandler ------ Joshua Rhodes, - - maltster, late of Wake- field in the county of York, but now of Gomer- sall, in the parish of Birstall and county aforesaid Joseph Gibbs Haynes, late of N° 2 Little Shire- lane Temple- bar, in the parish of Saint Cle- ment Danes, and formerly of N° 2 Goldsmith's row Hackney- road, in the paiish of Saint Leo- nard Shoreditch, both in the county of Middle- sex, - - - walking- stick dresser ------ John Sawing, late of N° 2 Wier's- passage Somers- town Middlesex, and formerly of Great Peter- street Westminster, shoemaker - - - George Mackworth, - - - formerly of Water- lane Fleet- street, and late of Temple- street White- friars, both in the city of London, - - - victualler John Davis Whitfield, - - - late of Depttord in the county of Kent, shipwright - - - - Thomas Davis, - - - late of the parish and town of Shepton Mallet in the county of Somer- set, liquor merchant and butcher - - - - James Shipley, - - formerly of Derby, and lale of . Market Harborough in the county of Lei- cester, painter - -- -- -- -- Daniel Orme, late of Highgate in the county of Middlesex, and of Gracechurch- street in the city of London, portrait painter - - James Chard,- late of Charles- street Drury- lane in the county ofMiddlesex, - - licensed victualler Thomas Crane, - - late of Kirby- street Hatton Garden in the county of Middlesex, - - bricklayer Samuel Newth, late of Baron's buildings Blackfriars- road Surrey, clerk - - - - Thomas Cheyne, - - - formerly of Brixton in the county of Surrey, and late of Nelson- terrace Stoke Newington in the county of Middle- sex, merchant - -- -- -- -- Isaac Crane, cow keeper, late of Cam- den Town in the county of Middlesex - - - - Thomas Pinks ( sued with one Andrew Har- win) - - late of Brook- street Holborn and Broad- street Carnaby- market, and formerly of Took's court Castle- street Holborn, all in the county of Middlesex - - .
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