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BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND.
T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.
Westminster, hatters. (Hopkinson, 3, LinBlansum, W. B. Stamford, grocer. (Jeys, Chan- Edington, James, Lower Thames-street, stationer,
-square. cery-lane. c. Devereux, W. H, George-street, Mansion-house- [Pearce, St. Swithin's-lane, Lombard-st. T.
street, merchant. [Watkins, 2, Stone-buildings, Edwards, E. L. Cardigan, linen-draper. (Jenkins, Lincoln's-inn T.
New-inn. c. Hannington, S. Putney, ironmonger. (Cobb, Cle- Jackson, J. Halifax, shoemaker. [Wiglesworth, ment's inn. T.
Gray's-inn-square. C. Kelsey, Ben. Nuneaton, Warwick, innkeeper. Jacobs, Isaac, Bristol, glass-manufacturer. [^d
[Constable, Symond's-inn, Chancery-lane. c. lington, Bedford-row. c. King, W. Worcester, draper, [Vizard, 50, Lin- Mason, J. Manchester, hat-manufacturer. Clacoln's-inn-fields. C.
bon, 76, Mark-lane. T. Mayers, M. Yarmouth, merchant. (Jones, Min- Peters, John, and F. Weston, Bristol, maltsters. cing-lane. T.
[Evans, Hatton-garden. c. Morgan, James, Stroud, Gloucester, linen-draper. Rowe, H. Amen-corner, bookseller. [Stephen[Pearson, Pump-court, Temple, c.
son, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, T. Poand, C. and W. H. Pound, Cloth-fair, woollen. Skinner, 0. Gorleston, Suffolk, grocer. (Swain, drapers. (Watson, 7, Castle-st. Falcon-sq. T. Frederick’s-place, Old Jewry.c. Richardson, G. Horncastle, Lincoln,
grocer. (Nor. Trollope, Henry, Reading, Berks, linen-draper. ris, 32, John-street, Bedford-row. C.
(Gates, 23, Newgate-street. T. Sealy, H. W. Stamford, upholsterer. [Pearse, 17, Tuthill, Chas. Mecklenburgh-square, merchant. Salisbury-square. T.
[Taylor, Furnivals-inn, Holborn. T. Spencer, W. Bristol, corn-factor. [Hicks, Bart- White, H. Gracechurch-street, merchant. [Corry, lett's-buildiogs, Holborn. c.
Basinghall-street. T. Stodart, R. and M. Stodart, Strand, booksellers. [Gale, Basinghall-street. T.
May 29.- Gorely, T. W. Dover, Kent, felt-maker. Thompson, Henry, Sculcoates, York, merchant. [Stocker, 2, New Boswell-ct. Lincoln's-inn. c.
[Bowman, 6, Uniou-court, oid Broad-st. C. Hart, W. B. King-street, Cheapside, merchant. Wall, R. Sutton-street, Soho, carpenter. (Shuter, Höllis, J. P.
Bolingbroke-row, Newington, tailor.
[Taylor, 19, King-street, Cheapside.' T. Millbauk-street, Westminster. T. Williams, L. W. Fleet-street, wine-merchant. [Kiss, Clifford's-inn. T. (Lewis, Crutched-friars. T.
Jones, F. Redcliff-hill, Bristol, mason. (Evans, Wolferstan, J. Chichester, ironmonger. (Comer- Hatton-garden. C. ford, Copthall-court, Throgmorton-street. T. M'Corquodale, Hugh, Liverpool, merchant. [Tay
lor, 9, King's-bench-walk, Temple. c. May 22.-Atkinson, J. Holme, Westmoreland, Nicholls, T. Birmingham, dealer. [Taylor, 15, manufacturer. [Beverley, Temple. c.
Walbrook. C. Brown, A. J. Portsmouth, grocer. (Collett, Chan. Simpson, Robe. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, perfumer. cery-lane. c.
(Lead bitter, Pancras-lane, C.
ker. (Shuter, Millbank-st. Westminster. T. inn-square.C.
June 2.-Battier, John J. Mincing-lane, broker.
merchant. [Taylor, Furnival's-inn. T. Bumpus, J. Holborn, bookseller. [Tatham, 41,
Burrows, E. Warsop, Nottingham, miller. [Hall,
Goodman's-fields, bricklayers. (Eyles, 15, Wor. Cheetham, T. Stockport, surgeon. [Tyler, Pumpship-street-road. T.
court, Temple. C. Henley, J. Sol's-row, Hampstead-road, rectifier. Etches, J. Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, haberdash[Druce, Billiter-square. T.
er. (Bromley, Gray's-inn-square. c. Hughes, J. Cheltenham, wine-merchant. [Wil. Hancock, W. Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, cabinetliams, Lincoln's-inn. C.
maker. [Blagrave, 4, Symond's-inn. c. Irving, J. jun. Carlisle, grocer. [Addison, Staple. Hardwick, J. Clare-street, Clare-market, butcher. inn. c.
[Richardson, Walbrook. T. Jenks, F. Bromyard, Hereford, tanner. [Wil. Munk, W. High-street, St. Saviour's, Southwark, liams, Lincoln's-inn, Old-sqaare. C.
brandy-merchant. (Webb, Dean-street, South Ramsay, T. St. Mary-hill, wine merchant. [Rear- wark. T.
don, Corbet-court, Gracechurch-street. T. Nicoll, T. Ware, Hertford, sack-maker. [Bond, Savell, J. Copenhagen-wharf, Limehouse, timber- Ware, Herts, T.
merchant. [Duthie, 20, John-st. Adelphi. T. Park, R. jun. Portsca, Southampton, coal-mer-
Pilling, J. Huddersfield, York, currier. [Battye,
Ravis, N. Gracechurch-street, tin-plate-worker.
Robinson, S. Huddersfield, hosier. (Wiglesworth, Tidy, Mary, Southgate, Middlesex, corn-dealer. Gray's-inn. c.
Wheatley, H. Coventry, silk-dyer. [Long, Gray's[Fisher, Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. T. Warneford, John, York, grocer. [Wiglesworth, Wolfindin, T. and W. Elliott, New Malton, York,
. Gray's-inn. c.
corn-factors. [Hicks, 5, Gray’s-inn-sq. C. May 26.--Archer, J. Ware-park-mill, Hertford, miller. [Bond, Ware, Herts. T.
June 5.-Airey, J. Liverpool, soap-boiler. [BatBaker, G. A. Blackmai-street, Borough, cheese- tye, Chancery-lane. C. monger. [Latkow, Wardrobe-place, Doctor's. Bliss, N. Water-lane, Fleet-street, printer. [Hes. commons. T.
ter, 56, High Holborn. T. Belden, C. J. Duke-street, West Smithfield, pain- Davidson, A. G. Racquet-ct. Fleet-st. merchant. ter. (Smith, Basinghall-street. T.
[Chrishop, Child's place, Temple-bar. T.
Girdlestone, M. Norwich, baker. [Pearce, St. Cross, R. Bridlington, York, chemist. [Harvey,
Lincoln's-inn-fields. C. Gordon, J. Liverpool, merchant. [Lowe, Lon. Fletcher, J. P. Fletcher, and B. Fletcher, Patri. don. c.
croft, Lancaster, cotton-spinners. [Lowe, SouthJones, J.
Mount-street, Lambeth, and J.H. Jones, ampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. C. Kent-road, linen-drapers. (Gates, 23, Newgate- Hammond, V. Ludlow, Salop, wine-merchant.
street. T. Lent, W. Bridlington, York, ironmonger. [Har- Hayward, T. Cheltenham, builder. [Williams,
[Proctor, 6, Gray's-inn-place. c. vey, Lincoln's-inn-fields. 'C.
Lincoln's-ian. c. Mason, E. Worcester, tea-dealer, and Jas. Penn, Hopkins, W. of the parish of St. Philip and JaDale-end, Birmingham, soap-boilers. [Platt, cob, Gloucester, victualler. [Poole, Grav's-irn.c. New Boswell-court, Lincoln's-inn. c.
Middleditch, J. Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, plumMasters, R. Coventry, tailor. [Edmunds, Exche. ber. (Bromley, Gray's-inn-square. c.
quer.office of Pleas, Lincoln's-inn. c. Renaud, Edw. Birmingham, whip-maker. (JenNicholson, Wm. Wakefield, York, corn-factor. nings, 4, Elm-court, Temple. c. [Edmunds, Exchequer-office, Lincoln's-inn. c.
Waddington, Jas. Reading, Berks, boot-maker. Preston, J. Torquay, Devon, merchant. [Darke, [Eyre, Gray's-inn-square. C. 30, Red-lion-square. C. Rudkin, T. H. 6, Charlotte-street, Islington, malt- June 16.- Bass, J. Holbeach, Lincoln, brewer.
ster. [Tomes, 49, Lincoln's-inn-fields. T. [Jeyes, Chancery-lane. c. Stabb, T. Torquay, Devon, merchant. [Darke, Billingham, J. Utioxeter, Stafford, nail-manufac30, Red-lion-square. C.
turer. [Tooke, Gray's-inn. c. Tarlton, J. Liverpool, merchant. [Lowe, Lon. Blain, H. Adams-court, Broad-strect, merchant. don. C.
[Sweet, Basinghall-street. T. Tinson, T. Elbow-lane, merchant. [Clarke, Lit- Broomhead, T. Sheffield, grocer. (Rodgers, Hol. tle St. Thomas Apostle. T.
born-court, Gray's-inn.c. Young, W. Bordwood Farm, Brading, in the Isle of Bury, Edw. Liverpool, merchant. [Blackstock, Wight, farmer. [Pownall, Staple-inn. c. King's-bench-walk, Temple. C.
Dawson, T. Upton, Norfolk, merchant. [Poole, June 9.-Beane, B. Hickling, Norfolk, shopkeep- Gray's-inn-square. C.
er. Tilbury, Falcon-st. Aldersgate-st. c. Goff, W. Brighthelmstone, Sussex, linen-draper. Board, W. Bristol, post-master. [Poole, Gray's- [Watkins, Stone-buildings, Lincoln's-inn. T. ion-square. c.
Hurndall, J. Bristol, haberdasher. [Gates, 23, Chapman, S. Greenwich, linen-draper. [Brook- Newgate-street. T. ing, Lombard-street. T.
Kay, T. Princess-square, Ratcliff Highway, coalCorri, D. Percy-street, Bedford-square, dealer in merchant. [Saxon, Pump-court, Temple. T. music. [Pike, New Boswell-court, Carey-st. Manson, Daniel, Throgmorton-street, merchant. Lincoln's-inn-fields. T.
(Weston, Fenchurch-street. T. Croft, J. Kingston upon-Hull, draper. [Appleby, Parker, Wm. Newark-upon-Trent, Nottingham, Gray's-inn-square. C.
wire-worker. [Milne, Temple. C. Dean, J. Accrington, near Blackburn, Lancaster, Pollock, J. Adams-court, Broad-street, merchant. cotton-spinner. (Hadfield, St. Ann's, Man
(Sweet, Basingball.street. T. chester. c.
wellburn, S. Sculcoates, York, grocer. [Gatty, Downs, William, Cheadle, Chester, calico-printer. Angel-court, Throgmorton-street. T. [Chester, Staple-inn. c.
Wight, S. widow, and J. Wight, Leadenball-street, Foster, W. Liverpool, grocer. [Knight, Basing
hat-manufacturers. [Collins, Great Knight Rihall-street. c.
der-street, Doctors Commons. T. Franklin, F. Leamington Priors, Warwick, sur- Wood, P. Kingston, Surry, gardener. [Gregory,
geon. [Platt, New Boswell-court, Lincoln's- Clements-inn. T. inn-fields. c.
Woodhead, M. Liversedge, York, merchant. [EGlover, G. Lower East Smithfield, Middlesex, oil
vans, Hatton-garden.c. and colourman. [Lane, Lawrence Pountney- Woolrich, G, and J. Woolrich, Spital-square, silkplace, T.
manufacturers. (Sweet, Basinghall-street. T. Hall, H. and J. Hall, Sun-wharf, Upper Thames
Wroots, R. Sleaford, Lincoln, linen-draper. [Wilstreet, iron-merchants. [Drake, Old Fish-st.
son, Manchester. C. Doctor's-commons.
T. Haynes, s. Liverpool, four-dealer. (Chester, June 19.-Baghott, Sir Paul, Lypiatt Park, Stroud, Staple-inn. c.
Gloucester, knight, banker. (Dax, 29, GuildHolland, Stephen, Bexhill, Sussex, coal-merchant. ford-street. C. (Smith, 6, New Basinghall-street. C.
Bowmar, J. Goltho, Lincoln, farmer. [Taylor, 6, Kirkman, C. F. Deal, linen-draper. (Phillips, Clement's inn. C. King-street, Covent-garden. T.
Fox, Jas. Dartmouth, Devon, ship-owner. [Fox, Paine, J. Wormwood-street, Bishopsgate-street, Austin-friars. C. smith. [Gray, 136, Tyson-place, Kingsland- Lowes, J. Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, billroad. T
broker. [Walker, Old Jewry. T. Reily, R. Southampton-row, Bloomsbury, man- Renaud, Edw. Birminghaul, whip-maker. [Jen
milliner. [Fisher, Furnival's-inn, Holborn. T. nings, 4, Elm-court, Temple. c. Rex, G. Great Driffield, York, grocer. (Chilton, Sawyer, T. Ramsgate, chemist. [Young, St. Mil. 7. Chancery-lane. c.
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