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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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9 4 p e r s o n s TTlio h a v e a p p l i e d ' i o b e d i s c h a r g e d u n d e r a c t s 53 & 5 4 OEO. i l l , NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. John Bremner, late of N° 9 Lambeth- walk, in the parish of Saint Mary Lambeth in the county of Surrey, dealer in coals - - - - James Carr, late of the town of Notting- ham, - - - woolstapler and worsted spinner - - Daniel Charles Pontifex, ( sued by the name of Daniel Pontifex and Daniel Charles Ponti- fex,) late of N° 2x5 Saint Paul's Shadwell High- street in the county of Middlesex, - - haber- dasher ------------- Joseph Potter, ( sued by the name of James Potter,) late of Goswell street in the parish of Saint Luke Old- street in the county of Mid- dlesex, licensed hawker ------- William Pepper, - - - - late of Bonnington in the county of Kent, farmer - - - - - Moses Wing, late of the town of Portsea, in the parish of Kingston in the county of South- ampton, biscuit baker ------- William Cracroft, late of North- street Westminster, - - - gentleman ------ Horatio Ralph Nelson, ----- late of White- horse Tavern Fetter- lane in the city of London, late master's mate of His Majesty's ship of the royal navy, called the Sir Francis Drake - - - John Jacob Poidevin, - - late of Mortimer- street, in the parish of Saint Mary- le- bone in the county of Middlesex, - - tailor -------- John Aston Stevenson, ( sued by the name of John Stevenson,) late of Agnes- place Old- street Road in the parish of Saint Leonard Shore- ditch, and formerly of Pilfield- street, in the parish of Saint Leonard Shoreditch, both in the county of Middlesex, - - - tobacconist and oilman ------------ George Newell - - late of the parish of Wool - verhampton in the county of Stafford, - butcher - Edward Burford, late of Woolverhampton in the county of Stafford, - - - publican - - - John Charlton,, late of Paradise- street High- street, Saint Mary- le- bone in the county of Middlesex, - - - dealer in coals and chandlery John Stephens, - - - formerly of King- street, in the parish of Saint Nicholas Deptford in the county of Kent, but late of the Folly Dockhead, in the parish of Bermondsey in the county of Surrey, baker ------- Daniel Page, Coppice- row, Clerkenwell Middlesex, timber merchant - - - - - Joseph Burnell, - - - - late of Brownlow- street Drury- lane, and formerly of North- place Gray's- Inn- lane, both in the county of Middlesex, - ivory turner - -- -- -- -- -- -- Richard Dodd, late of N° 9 South side of Paddington Canal, and formerly of N° 2 Hayes- court Parish- place, Chapel- street Paddington, all in the county of Middlesex, carter - - - Charles Bruce, late of John- street, in the parish of Saint Ann Limehouse in the county of Middlesex, master mariner - - - - - William Folkard, late of N° 10 Weston- place, Saint Pancras in the county of Mid- dlesex, - - - ironmonger - -- -- -- - John Holman, late of Law- street Ply- mouth in the county of Devon, blacksmith < ind grocer --- - - -- -- --
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