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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 8 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 acts 53 & 5 4 oEO. i l l , NAMES, Trades and Descriptions, & c. continued. Thomas Hewitt, - - - late of Winsford in the county of Chester,---- sadler - - - - - Noel Gatley, formerly of Timperley in the county of Chester, but late of Altringham in the same county, husbandman - - - - John Yardley, late of Nantwich in the county of Chester, - - - boot and shoemaker - - - William Farro, - - - late of Macclesfield in the county of Chester, whitesmith - - - - Robert Hulme, - - - formerly of Hassall in the county of Chester, afterwards of Newchapel in the county of Stafford, farmer, and late of Prestbury in ( lie said county of Chester, pub- lican ------------- Richard Everitt, - - - late of Portsea in the county of Southampton, baker - - - - Peter Lee, formerly and late of Grass- thorpe in the county of Nottingham, potter William Sellis, late of Rochester in the county of Kent, victualler and coal- dealer William Horlock, - - - late of New- church in the Isle of Wight, county of Southamp- ton, - - - farmer - -- -- -- -- - William Jones, - - - late of Abingdon, Berks, carpenter - -- -- -- - William Herbert, late of Artichoke- hill Ralcliffe- highway, formerly of Old Gravel- lane, both in the parish of Saint George in the East, in the county of Middlesex, - - victualler and rope- maker - -- -- -- -- - John Litchfield, junior, late of No. 43 Bedford- street Covent- garden, Westminster, and formerly of No. 8 Union- row, New Kent- road, Walworth, in the county of Surrey, and then of No. 3 Archer- street Rupert- street Saint James's, Westminster, - - supernumerary clerk in the Council- Office ------- William Farrer, - - - late of Cresland- place Lambeth- road, in the county of Surrey, and formerly of Saint John's- square Clerkenwell, in the county of Middlesex, goldsmith and jeweller - -- -- -- -- -- - Thomas Cattrall, late of Liverpool in the county of Lancaster, - - - wholesale grocer and sugar- refiner - -- -- -- -- Thomas Brown, - - - - formerly and late of Saddington in the county of Leicester, - - - la- bourer ------------- Michael Woodward, - - formerly ofCaunton in the county of Nottingham, but late of Norwell in the same county, labourer - - - - George Springall, - - late of Kerwicke in the county of Norfolk, gentleman's servant, and formerly of Norwich in the said county, vic- tualler --------- ---- Moses Philpot Wood, late of Greenwich, Kent, baker ---------- Samuel Perren, late of Allenton- street Hoxton- New- Town, Middlesex, bricklayer Ambrose Alexander, formerly of Cor- sham. and late of Trowbridge, in the county of Wilis, - - - victualler - - - - - - 1 - John Brice, - - - of No. 37 London- street Rat- cliffe in the parish of Saint Dunstan Stepney, in the county of Middlesex, a journeyman sail- maker - - - - - - - - - - - Amount Arrested lor.
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