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Insolvent Debtors - 1810

Articles from the London Gazette

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INSOLVENT DEBTORS.
1. Prisoners charged for Debts under 2000l.
The following Persons being Prisoners for Debt in the respective Gaols or Prisons hereafter mentioned, and having been charged in Custody, on the First Day of February One thousand eight hundred and nine, for the Nonpayment of a Debt or Debts, a Sum or Sums of Money, not exceeding in the Whole the Sum of Two Thousand Pounds, do hereby respectively give this Public Notice, That they intend to take the Benefit of an Act, passed in the Forty-ninth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Act for the Relief of certain Insolvent Debtors in England. And they do hereby give Notice that true and perfect Schedules, containing Discoveries of all their Real and Personal Estates, hereafter to be sworn to, are now ready to be delivered to any Creditors applying for the same, in Manner as by the said Act is directed, to the Keepers or Gaolers, or their Deputies, of the said Prisons.

London Gazette - Issue 16359 published on the 7 April 1810

Prisoner in the KING's BENCH Prison, inthe County of Surrey.
First Notice.
William Tucker the Younger, formerly and late of Exeter, in the County of Devon, Serge-Manufacturer, and trading in London, under the firm of Tucker and Co. No. 74, Cornhill.

London Gazette - Issue 16438 published on the 25 December 1810

Prisoner in the KING's BENCH prison, in the County of Surrey.
Third Notice.
Richard Shaw, formerly of Barnstaple, in the County of Devon, late of Taunton, in the County of Somerset.