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HENRY BYSHE, otherwise BISH, Brighton, Sussex, turer, March 13 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, Paud, ac.
builder, dealer and chapman, March 13 at 11, and April - Jane Warren, Bristol, haberdasher, March 15 at 11, Dis17 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. trict Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, aud. ac.— Wm. M Curtin Graham; Sols. Freeman & Bothamley, Coleman-street, and James Scoble Riley, Liverpool, commission merchants, City.-Petition dated Feb. 24.
March 9 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, aud. JAMES SPELLER, Wapping High-street, Middlesex, sail- ac. joint est., and sep. est. of Wm. M Curtin.-Wm. Turner,
maker and ship chandler, dealer and chapman, March 13 Crewkerne, Somersetshire, currier, March 15 at 1, District at half-past li, and April 4 at half-past 12, Court of Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud.ac.-George John Jendey, Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Graham; Sol. Appleton, Barnstaple, Devonshire, bookseller, March 15 at 1, District 17, Abchurch-lane, City.- Petition dated Feb. 20.
Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, and. ac.; March 22 at 1, div. THOMAS HENRY REES, Aldine-chambers, Paternoster - Thomas Hutchings and Wm. Hutchings, Taunton, Somer
row, London, printer, publisher, dealer and chapman, setshire, curriers, March 15 at 1, District Court of BankMarch 16 at 12, and April 17 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, ruptcy, Exeter, and. ac. ; March 22 at 1, div.-Joseph B. London: Off. Ass. Stansfeld; Sol. Upward, 3, Copthall. Godfrey, Taunton, Somersetshire, coachmaker, March 15 at 1, court, City.- Petition filed Feb. 26.
District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. ; March 29 JOHN SYKES, Little Tower-hill, Middlesex, clothier, dealer at l, div.-John Evans, Exeter, bookseller, March 15 at 1,
and chapman, March 9 at 2, and April 17 at 12, Court of District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. ; March 22 at Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Lee; Sols. Aldridge & 1, div.-John Ffooks, Sherborne, Dorsetshire, brewer, March Bromley, 1, South-square, Gray's-inn, London ; Notcutt, 15 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. ; Ipswich, Suffolk.-Petition filed Feb. 21.
March 22 at 1, div.-R. C. Hopekirk, Exeter, perfumer, SAMUEL BARNETT, late of Bennerton.street, Caledonian March 15 at 1, strict Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. ;
road, and now of Waterloo Tavern, Wellington-road, Li- March 29 at i, div.-Samuel Garratt, Perran Wharf, near verpool-road, Middlesex, builder, dealer and chapman, Penrhyn, Cornwall
, railway contractor, March 29 at 1, District March 10 and April 13 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter, aud. ac. - Peter Ormerod, G. don: Off. Ass. Cannan; Sol. Theobald, 16, Furnival's. Heyworth, Timothy Heyworth, Edmund Bridge, and Robert inn, Holborn.-Petition filed Feb. 22.
Crossley, Egypt Mill, near Rawtenstall, Lancashire, cotton SIMEON KING, Northampton, boot and shoe maker, dealer manufacturers, March 22 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy,
and chapman, March 10 at 11, and April 13 at half-past 12, Manchester, aud. ac. ; March 29 at 12, div.-Miles Griffith Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Whitmore; Sols. and Philip Pearson, New Bond-street, Middlesex, tailors, Duignan & Hemmant, Walsall, Staffordshire; Mackeson, March 21 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, fin. div.-J. 59, Lincoln's-inn-fields.- Petition filed Feb. 16.
Cowderoy, Hammersmith, Middlesex, omnibus proprietor, HENRY JOHN BETJEMANN, New Oxford-street, Mid. March 21 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, fin. div.-H.
dleses, chair and bedstead manufacturer, dealer and chap- Meadows, Warboys, Huntingdonshire, draper, March 19 at 11, man, March 9 at half-past 12, and April 12 at 12, Court Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.- Thomas Ratnett, Camof Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sol. De Jersey, bridge, tailor, March 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London,
2, St. Ann's-lane, London.-Petition filed Feb. 23. div.-George Newmarch, Nottingham, hatter, April 3 at 10, WILLIAM JOSHUA FISHER, Brick-lane, Spitalfields, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham, aud. ac. and div.
Middlesex, linendraper, dealer and chapman, March 9 at 1, -Robert Robson and John T. Robson, Derby, silk manufacand April 12 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon turers, April 3 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingdon: Off. Ass. Johnson ; Sols. Bristow & Tarrant, Bondham, aud. ac. and div.-Richard Allcock, Nottingham, wine court, Walbrook.-Petition filed Feb. 20.
merchant, March 20 at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, GEORGE SELBY, Ironmonger-lane, London; Birmingham, Nottingham, aud. ac. and div. and Smethwick-grove, near Birmingham; late of Upper
CERTIFICATES. Thames-st., London, iron enameller, manufacturer, dealer To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or and chapman, March 9 at balf-past 1, and April 21 at 1,
before the Day of Meeting. Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Pennell; Sols. Lawrance & Co., 14, Old Jewry-chambers. -Petition dated
Max Essinger, Old Change, London, straw hat manufacFeb. 8.
turer, March 21 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. WILLIAM PALMER, Aldgate, London, draper, dealer and - Henry Sheppard, Salisbury, Wiltshire, grocer, March 20
chapman, March 7 at 1, and April 21 at 12, Court of at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. -G. Heyworth, Bankruptcy, London: Of. Ass. Pennell; Sols. Sole & Co., turer, March 22 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Man.
Egypt Mill, near Rawtenstall, Lancashire, cotton manufac. 68, Aldermanbury.-Petition dated Feb. 24. WILLIAM KEATES, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ironmonger,
chester.-James P. Deane, Manchester, merchant, March 22 March 12 and April 2 at half-past 10, District Court of at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester.-William Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Christie ; Sol. Reece, Waithman, Yealand Conyers and Manchester, Lancashire ; Birmingham.- Petition dated Feb. 23.
Higher Bentham and Lower Bentham, Yorkshire; and Holme THOMAS FRECK, Nottingham, grocer, baker, and pro. Mills, and Milnthorp, and Gate Beck, Westmoreland, flax
vision dealer, dealer and chapman, March 13 and April 3 merchant, March 23 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, at 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Nottingham: of. Manchester. --Thomas Finchett and Wm. Finchett, ChorltonAss. Harris; Sol. Coope, Nottingham.- Petition dated upon-Medlock, Manchester, brewers, April 4 at 12, District Feb. 22.
Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester. GEORGE SIMPSON, Church Fenton, Yorkshire, chicory To be granted, unless an appeal be duly entered.
merchant, dealer and chapman, March 20 at 1, and April 16 George Day, Providence-buildings, New Kent-road, Sur. at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds : Off. Ass. rey, builder.-John L. Pain, Church-terrace and AldenhamHope; Sols. Walker, York; Bond & Barwick, Leeds.- street, St. Pancras-road, and Acton-place, Bagnigge-wells. Petition dated Feb. 24.
road, Middlesex, builder.-Wm. K. Stock, Manchester, maJOHN WHITTAKER, Oldham, Lancashire, publican, nufacturer of cotton goods.-John L. Ward, Fullege, Burnley March 16 and April 5 at 12, District Court of Bank- Wood, Burnley, Lancashire, cotton spinner.- James Hope, raptcy, Manchester : Of. Ass. Hernaman; Sol. Ascroft, Burnley, Lancashire, grocer.- John B. Joyce, Burslem, Stafoldham.-Petition filed Feb. 19.
fordshire, chemist.--Ann Wilkinson, Crosemere, Ellesmere, JAMES JOHNSON, Macclesfield, Cheshire, silk dyer, Shropshire, innkeeper.—John Fell and John Learoyd, Hud
dealer and chapman, March 12 and April 4 at 12, District dersfield, Yorkshire, woollen manufacturers.—John Mitchell, Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester : Of. Ass. Pott; Sols. Morton, Bingley, Yorkshire, worsted spinner. Wadsworth, Macclesfield; Higson & Robinson, Manchester.
PETITION ANNULLED. -Petition filed Feb. 15.
John Bradbury, Moseley-road, Worcestershire, dealer in MEETINGS.
copper ores. Robert Robinson, Manchester, provision dealer, March 15
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, last ex.-F. John Keith & Son, Glasgow, booksellers.-James Watson Kinch, Margate, Kent, chemist, March 13 at 12, Court of Finlay, Edinburgh, printer. - John Barr & Co., Chapellfield, Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Wm. Bowler, Windsor-ter- Renfrewshire, bleachers.-- Andrew Symington, Carmichael, race, Cooper's-road, Old Kent-road, Surrey, hat manufac. | Lanarkshire, farmer.-- The New Cumnock Iron Company, New Cumnock, Ayrshire; Paisley, Renfrewshire; and Glas- Lansdown-road, Notting-hill, Middlesex, consulting surgeon : gow, Lanarkshire, ironfounders. - John Lawson & Co., Pais, in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-George ley, calico printers.
Whatley, Argyle-street, New-road, St. Pancras, Middlesex, INSOLVENT DEBTORS
attorney-at-law : in the Debtors Prison for London and MidWho have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy, Middlesex, shopman to a jeweller : in the Debtors Prison for
dlesex.-H. Else, Buckingham-place, Victoria-road, Pimlico, and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from London and Middlesex. - Charles Wm. Palmer, BelvedereProcess.
road, Lambeth, Surrey, labourer at a soap factory : in the John Baker, Scarborough, Yorkshire, innkeeper, March 21 Gaol of Surrey.--Cornelius Alfred Jaquin, Monkwell-street, at 11, County Court of Yorkshire, at Scarborough.-Joseph London, manufacturer of buttons : in the Debtors Prison for Daroall, Reading, Berkshire, attorney-at-law, March 13 at London and Middlesex. half-past 10, County Court of Berkshire, at Reading.-John Bouch, Allonby, Cumberland, spirit dealer, March 23 at 10,
(On Creditor's Petition). County Court of Cumberland, at Wigton.- Joseph Bulmer, Thomas Brown, Great Guildford-street, Surrey, brassDerby, plumber, March 17 at 12, County Court of Derby founder : in the Queen's Prison. sbire, at Derby.-James Dickisson, Derby, cabinet maker,
(On their own Petitions). March 17 at 12, County Court of Derbyshire, at Derby.-Jas.
Edward Williams, Cemmes, Montgomeryshire, general. Robinson, Roughlee, within Pendle
Forest, Lancashire, cotton shop keeper : in the Gaol of Montgomery. --- Frederick Button, spinner, March 21 at 11, County Court of Lancashire, at Hastings, Sussex,
well sinker : in the Gaol of Dover.- Joseph Colne.---James Rowlands, Wellington, Shropshire, beer-shop keeper, March 9 at 10, County Court of Shropshire, at WelRaistrick, Little Horton, Yorkshire, out of business : in the lington.- John Horne, Stoke Hammond, Buckinghamshire, business : in the Gaol of York.-Joshua Coop, Manchester,
Gaol of York.-William Halliday, Leeds, Yorkshire, out of retailer of beer, March 14 at 12, County Court of Bedford auctioneer : in the Gaol of Lancaster.— James Duncan, Newshire, at Leighton Buzzard.
castle-upon-Tyne, draper : in the Gaol of Newcastle-uponThe following Persons, who, on their several Petitions filed Tyne.-Wm. Feaster Miller, Beverley, Yorkshire, farrier :
in the Court, have obtained Interim Orders for Protection in the Gaol of York.-W. Hepworth, Wakefield, Yorkshire, from Process, are required to appear in Court as herein- innkeeper : in the Gaol of York.–Vincent Moxon, Hunslet, after mentioned, at the Court-house, in Portugal-street, Yorkshire, bookkeeper : in the Gaol of York.- Samuel H.
Lincoln's Inn, as follows, to be examined and dealt with Barrow, Kennington House, Lower Kennington-lane, Surrey, according to the Statute:
attorney: in the Gaol of Dover.- John Hope Lowndes, Man
chester, agent: in the Gaol of Manchester.-Alfred Nelson March 13 at 10, before the CHIEF COMMISSIONER.
Wickes, Dover, Kent, parish clerk : in the Gaol of Dover.James Brooks, London t., Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, George Beech, Bream Newland, Gloucestershire, miner : in builder.-Thos. Wm. Jones, Great Titchfield-street, Oxford- the Gaol of Gloucester. George Minifie, Great Malvern, street, Middlesex, baker.-Wm. Blay Harris, Jermyn.street, Worcestershire, baker : in the Gaol of Worcester.-William St. James's, Middlesex, assistant at a club house.-John A. Wells, Buckingham, out of business: in the Gaol of AylesM'Lellan, Conduit-st., Regent-street, Middlesex, lodging- bury.—John W. Shelbourn, Kingston-upon-Hull, bailiff: in house keeper.-Henry White, Wigmore-street, Cavendish- the Gaol of Kingston-upon-Hull
. - Joseph Kershaw, Lees square, Middlesex, plumber.--Henry Ascott the younger, Brook, near Oldham, Lancashire, chemist : in the Gaol of Southampton-street, Strand, Middlesex, waiter.
Lancaster. -James Griffies, Brownlow Broxton, Cheshire, March 14 at 10, before the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. builder : in the Gaol of Chester.-Joseph Thomas, Great Yar. Edwin Minter, Eversholt-street, Oakley-square, Camden mouth, Norfolk, out of business : in the Gaol of Norwich.town, Middlesex, upholsterer.-Joseph Osborn, Little Saffron Daniel Addison, York, out of business : in the Gaol of York. hill, Middlesex, milk dealer.
- Frederick W. Robarts, Dover, Kent, out of employ: in
the Gaol of Dover.-John Prest, York, out of business : in Saturday, Feb. 24.
the Gaol of York.- Jeremiah Turley, Manchester, out of Assignees have been appointed in the following Cases. Fur business: in the Gaol of Lancaster.- Wm. Coomer the elder,
ther particulars may be learned at the Ofice, in Portugal. Newcastle-under-Lyne, Staffordshire, blacksmith : in the Gaol street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, on giving the Number of the of Stafford. George G. Griffith, Worcester, attorney's clerk : Case.
in the Gaol of Worcester. - James Hudson, Kingston-upon. George Cummins, Windmill-place, High-street, Camber. Hull, draper's assistant : in the Gaol of Kingston-upon-Hull
. well, Surrey, out of business, No. 64,796 T.; Wm. Corner, -Edmund Hopkins, Leeds, Yorkshire, fishmonger : in the assignee.-Thos. Price, Pill, Easton, Gordano, Somersetshire, Gaol of York. --- Frederick Barnby, York, out of business : in licensed victualler, No. 79,248 C. ; Thomas David Taylor, the Gaol of York.- Frederick Rogers, York, out of business : assignee.
in the Gaol of York.-Wm. Carvell the younger, Coventry, Saturday, Feb. 24.
Warwickshire, tailor: in the Gaol of Warwick.-P. Pritchard, Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee King's Norton, Worcestershire, commercial traveller : in the the Estates and Effects of the following Persons:
Gaol of Warwick.- Ellen Morris, Coleham, near Shrewsbury, on their own Petitions).
Shropshire, shopkeeper : in the Gaol of Shrewsbury.- Wm. Samuel Lyons, Union-street, Spitalfields, Middlesex, cap- the Gaol of Shrewsbury.-George Blackman, Dover, Kent,
Morris, Coleham, near Shrewsbury, Shropshire, labourer: in trimming seller : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid out of business : in the Gaol of Dover. dlesex. -Benjamin John Beswick, Chenies-mews, Tottenham. court-road, Middlesex, coachsmith : in the Debtors Prison The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before for London and Middlesex.- Alfred Boxall, Denmark-street, the Court, in Portugal-street, to be examined and dealt Camberwell, Surrey, gauger in her Majesty's Customs : in the with according to the Statute:Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-Frederick Brain,
March 13 at 10, before the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. Albany-road, Old Kent-road, Surrey, manufacturer in ivory : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-Isabella bone, Middlesex, commission agent.--Bernard Lintott, Great
Edward Hodges, Middlesex-place, New-road, St. MaryleLarousse, Sloane-st., Chelsea, Middlesex, milliner : in the Tower-street, London, dealer in wines. - Johnson Wood, Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. - George Hill Mintern-street, Hoxton, Middlesex, commission agent.-G. the younger, Church-row, Upper-street, Islington, Middlesex, Pavitt, Church-row, St. George's-in-the-East, Middlesex, builder: in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.-Edward Hammond, Moore-street, Sobo, Middlesex, out of policeman, — Benjamin Crosby, Tenison-street, Belvederebusiness : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex. road, Lambeth, Surrey, grocer.- Henry Pask, Baker-street,
Bagnigge-wells-road, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, builder. Joseph Holder, Warren-street, Fitzroy-square, Middlesex, out of business : in the Debtors Prison for London and Mid. March 13 at 10, before Mr. Commissioner MURPHY. dlesex.- Baker Blackmann, Hippodrome, Kensington, Mid- Richard Spinks, Shaftesbury-crescent, Pimlico, Middlesex, dlesex, out of business : in the Queen's Prison. - James builder.-Wm. Juleus, Great Saffron-hill, Clerkenwell, MidSlimmon, Canterbury-place, Beresford-st., Walworth, Surrey, dlesex, baker.-- James Venn, Great George-street, Bermondwoollendraper : in the Gaol of Surrey.-Edmund J. Burman, sey, Surrey, shoemaker.
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