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Insolvent Debtors - 1830

Articles from the London Gazette

Provided by Lindsey Withers

1830

THE COURT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

N.B. See the Notice at the end of these Advertisements.

The Matters of the PETITIONS and SCHEDULES of the PRISONERS hereinafter named (the same having been filed in the Court) are appointed to be heard as follows:

London Gazette - Issue 18651 published on the 2 February 1830

At the Court-House, at the City of Exeter, in the County of the same City, on the 25th day of February 1830, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Thomas Luckes, formerly of Quay-Hill, afterwards of James-Street, then of Prospect-Place, and late of West-Street, all in the City and County of the City of Exeter, Mariner.

At the Court-House, at Exeter, in the County of Devon, on the 25th day of February 1830, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
William Adair Carter, formerly of No. 28, Upper Grosvenor-Street, afterwards of No. 48, York-Terrace, Regent's-Park, both in Middlesex, and during his residence at those places carrying on business as an Attorney and Solicitor, at No. 14, Furnival's-Inn, Holborn, Middlesex, in Partnership with Joseph Bebb, under the firm of Carter and Bebb, then of the Chateau de la Commune, near Monterreau, next of the City of Paris, both in the Kingdom of France, afterwards of Wood's Hotel, Panton-Square, Middlesex, then of Milbrook, near Southampton, Hants, and late of Salcombe, near Kingsbridge, Devonshire, out of business.
Henry Pengelly, late of Tamerton Folliott, Devonshire, Farmer.
John Hyett, late of Pike-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Brewer.
Jonathan Symes, late of Smallridge, near Axminster, Devonshire, Lace-Manufacturer, formerly Tobacco and Snuff-Manufacturer, some time since carrying on business, at Smallridge aforesaid, in Partnership with William Symes, as Tobacco and Snuff-Manufacturers, under the firm of William and Jonathan Symes.
John Conroy, late of West Teignmouth, Devonshire, Grocer and Dealer in Poultry.
William Read Edwards, formerly of No. 15, Spencer-Street, Goswell-Street-Road, in the Parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, Coal-Merchant, carrying on trade in Partnership with Samuel Tyssen Royes, under the firm of Royes and Edwards, afterwards of the same place carrying on the same business, and late of Stoke, in the Parish of Stoke Damarel, Devonshire, out of business.
William Lander Mallett, late of Tavistock, Devonshire, Leather-Cutter.
Thomas Weeks, formerly of Lifton, Farmer, afterwards Labourer, and late of Buckland Monachorum, both in Devonshire, Farmer, lately Labourer.
William Perram, formerly of Rockbeare, and late of Whimple, both in Devonshire, Labourer.
William Palk, formerly of Stillman-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Maltster, then of Dartmouth, Devon, Maltster and Seedsman, then of Ashcott, Somerset, Cheese-Dealer, and late of Ipplepen, Devonshire, Labourer.
Samuel Cholwich, formerly of Devonport, Shipwright, then of Stonehouse, Baker and Shipwright, afterwards Victualler and Shipwright, and late of Stonehouse, all in Devonshire, Shipwright.
William Arnold, late of North Corner-Street, Devonport, Devon, Hardwareman, and Dealer in Minerals.
John Symons the younger, formerly of Bilbury-Street, and late of East-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Grocer.
Thomas Carslake, late of Honiton, Devonshire, Carpenter, formerly Turnpike-Gate-Keeper.
Daniel Dickerson, formerly of His Majesty's Ship Cornwallis, then of Prince George's-Street, and then of New-Buildings, Portsmouth, Hants, then of His Majesty's Ship Pyramus, and late of No. 20, Francis-Alley, Devonport, Devonshire, Carpenter in the Royal Navy.
Joel Hearder, formerly of Gosport, Hants, Cordwainer, and late of Newton Abbott, Devonshire, Cordwainer and General Shopkeeper.
Mark Pearse, formerly of Tamerton Folliott, Builder and Innkeeper, then of Plympton and then of St. Andrews, Plymouth, Builder, then of Devonport, and then of Tamerton Folliott, Builder and Grocer, and late of Jump, all in Devonshire, Intermediate Beer-Brewer, Grocer, Baker, and Builder.
William Pine, late of Bridestow, in Devonshire, Cordwainer.
Frederick James Chown, first of South Side-Street, Plymouth, and then of Stonehouse-Mills, carrying on business in Partnership with John Quick, jun. under the firm of Quick and Chown, as Millers and Flour-Factors, then of Summerland-Place, Plymouth, Flour-Factor, and late of Stonehouse, all in Devonshire, Baker.
John Minhinnick, late of Tavistock, Devonshire, Butcher and Tallow-Chandler.
William Leaman, late of Walkhampton, Devonshire, Farmer.
James Batchelor, formerly of Marlborough-Street, Devonport, and late of Bedford-Street, Plymouth, both in Devonshire, Baker.
William Bleedell, late of Newton Saint Cyres, Devonshire, Butcher and Pig-Jobber.
Samuel Hoskins, formerly of Uffculm, Farmer and Victualler, afterwards of Burliscombe, and late of Uffculm, all in Devonshire, Farmer.
Robert Miller, formerly of Combe Raleigh, and late of Awliscombe, both in Devonshire, Tailor, formerly Turnpike-Gate-Keeper.
George Nettle, late of Stoke, in the Parish of Stoke Damarel, Devonshire, Conveyancer.
James Hooper, late of Sheepwash, near Hatherleigh, Devonshire, Shoe-Maker.
Simon Snell, late of Chittlehampton, near Southmolton, Devonshire, Labourer.
Philip Partridge, formerly of Puddington, and late of Pilton, both in Devonshire, Farmer and Dealer in Hops.

London Gazette - Issue 18703 published on the 9 July 1830

At the Court-House, at Exeter, in the County of Devon, on the 30th day of July 1830, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Robert Reddaway, formerly of Highweek, and late of Hatherleigh, both in Devonshire, out of business, formerly Farmer.
William Frost, late of Tiverton, Devonshire, Tailor.
Thomas Vyvyan, formerly of No. 25, Castle-Street, Leicester-Square, Middlesex, then of Saint Columb, and then of Truro, both in Cornwall, then of Edgecombe-Street, Stonehouse, Devonshire, and late of King-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Captain in the Army.
William Melhuish, late of Tiverton, Devonshire, Grocer and Baker, formerly Grocer, Draper, and Farmer.
William Boone, formerly of Alphington, Carpenter, and late of Bishop's-Teignton, both in Devonshire, Grocer and Carpenter.
John Dixon, formerly of Newport-Cottage, Southsea, near Portsmouth, Hants, then of Cornwall-Street, Devonport, Devon, and late of Copper-Street, Southsea aforesaid, Tailor and Slopseller.
Samuel Drake, late of Honiton's-Clyst, Devonshire, Blacksmith.
William Wensleym, late of Dulverton, Somersetshire, Carpenter and Nurseryman.
Elias Billing, late of Axminster, Devonshire, Blacksmith.
Anthony Turner, late of Ashburton, Devonshire, Victualler.
Joseph Hole, late of Dawlish, Devonshire, Plumber, Glazier, and Painter, formerly of Cullumpton, Devonshire, Journeyman Plumber, Glazier, and Painter.
Michael Bradford, late of Sheepwash, Devonshire, Maltster and Farmer, formerly Butcher, Shopkeeper, Maltster, and Farmer.
James Davis, formerly of Cornwall-Beach, Devonport, and late of Kingsand, both in Devonshire, Victualler and Mariner.
John Dymond, formerly of Ide, and late of Bidford, both in Devonshire, Labourer.
John Connett, late of Dunsford, Devonshire, Carpenter and Dealer in Charcoal.
Edward Parsons, late of Whitstone, Devonshire, Labourer.
Richard Pannell Davy, formerly of Cullompton, Devon, Engineer in a Woollen Manufactory, then of Wych-Street, Drury-Lane, Middlesex, then of No. 2, Shepherd's-Market, May-Fair, Middlesex, Clerk in a Stained Glass Manufactory, and late of Cullompton aforesaid, Engineer in a Woollen Manufactory.
John Symons the younger, late of No. 2, Vennell-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Painter and Glazier.
William Hooper, formerly of Ebberly-Street, but late of Back-Lane, in the Town of Barnstaple, Devonshire, Mason.
Daniel Thomas McCarthy, sometime since of Union-Street, Stonehouse, then of King-Street, in Plymouth, and late of Saint Thomas the Apostle, Devonshire, heretofore a Clerk in the Master-Shipwright's Office, in the Plymouth Dock-Yard, in the said County, and lately in no business or employment.
John Richard Willkings, formerly of Romney-Street, in the City of Westminster, then of West-Square, Saint George's-Fields, Surrey, then of Marsham-Street, Westminster, then of Bluett's-Buildings, Fetter-Lane, Holborn, London, then of Vauxhall-Walk, and afterwards of Queen's Row, Battersea-Fields, both in Surrey, then of Chiswick-Mall, then of Earl's-Court-Terrace, Kensington, then of Seymour-Cottage, North-End, Fulham, then of Vine-Cottage, North-End, Fulham, then of Cook's-Row, Saint Pancras, then of Portland-town, then of Spring-Place, Paddington, Edgeware-Road, all in Middlesex, then of Lower Putney-Common, then of Pleasant-Place, Kennington-Oval, then in Lodgings, in Regent-Street, Oat Sheaf-Lane, Peckham, all in Surrey, then of Saint Omers, in France, afterwards of Saint John's-Court, Walani-Green, Surrey, then of Alphington-Street, Saint Thomas the Apostle, then of Alphington, and late of Ide, all in Devonshire, Teacher and Translator of Languages, and heretofore a Clerk in the War-Office.
Joseph Hodge Rennell, late of Blackauton, Devonshire, Painter and Glazier.
William Sprague, late of the Town of Exmouth, Devonshire, Cabinet-Maker and Farmer, and heretofore Lender of Horses and a Gig to Hire.
Thomas Shapcott the younger (sued as Thomas Shapcott), late of Barnstaple, Devonshire, Boot and Shoe-Maker, his Wife, Mary Ann Shapcott, carrying on business there as a Dress-Maker.
Richard Kenn, late of Bideford, Devonshire, Huckster and General Dealer.
Samuel Snelling, late of Denbury, Devonshire, Tailor.
William Tuckett, late of Chudleigh, Devonshire, Carrier.
William Brunt, formerly of Brixham, and late of East Teignmouth, both in Devonshire, Woollen-Draper and Haberdasher.
John Codd, late of Duke-Street, Devonport, Devonshire, Grocer.
Richard Northcott, formerly of Holdsworthy, Farmer, and late of Pyworthy, both in Devonshire, Labourer.
Emmanuel Northey the younger, late of No. 17, William-Street, Morice Town, Devonport, Devonshire, Baker and Grocer.
William Arnold, late of North Corner-Street, Devonport, Devonshire, Hardwareman and Dealer in Minerals.
James Sellick the younger, late of Tiverton, Devonshire, Victualler.
John Bow, late of Lemon Ford Mill, Ashburton, Devonshire, Journeyman Miller, formerly carrying on business at Haverton, in the said County of Devon, in partnership with John Ackreel, as Millers, under the firm of Bow and Ackrell.
John Ackrell, late of Totness, Devonshire, Cabinet-Maker, formerly carrying on business at Haverton, in the said County of Devon, in partnership with John Bown, as Miller, under the firm of Bow and Ackrell.
Edward Dicker, formerly of Saint Andrew's-Street, and late of High-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Currier and Leather-Cutter.
Richard Harris, late of Totness, Devonshire, Painter and Glazier.
John Yule, formerly of His Majesty's Ship Etna, at Sea, afterwards of Colyton, then of Ottery Saint Mary, then of Colyton, then of Branscombe, all in Devonshire, Commander in the Royal Navy, and late of His Majesty's Ship Canopus, lying in Hamoaze, near Devonport, in Devonshire, Commander of the Plymouth Ordinary.

At the Court-House, at Exeter, in the City of Exeter, and County of the same City, on the 30th day of July 1830, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Benjamin Pidwell, late of No. 2, Manley's-Row, in the Parish of Saint Sidwell's, Exeter, Devonshire, Lath-Maker.
George Robert Ball, late of High-Street, in the City of Exeter, Hair-Dresser and Perfumer.
John Gubb, late of Paul-Street, in the City of Exeter, Brush, Comb, and Patten-Maker, some time since carrying on business with John Ansley, in Paul-Street aforesaid, under the firm of Guble and Company, as Brush, Comb, and Patten-Makers.
Thomas Bennett, formerly of the Lamb Inn, Hindon, in the County of Wilts, Coach-Proprietor, then of Deptford, near Salisbury, Wilts, out of business, and late of the White Lion Inn, Saint Sidwell's, in the County of the City of Exeter, Stage-Coachman.

London Gazette - Issue 18704 published on the 13 July 1830

At the Court-House, at Plymouth in the County of Devon, on the 5th day of August 1830, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Joseph Blackler, late of the Borough of Plymouth, Devonshire, House-Carpenter.
William Henry Syms, formerly of the Borough of Tavistock, Devon, Grocer, and late of the Borough of Launceston, in the County of Cornwall, Haberdasher and General-Dealer.
John Coles, formerly of King-Street, afterwards of Rose-Hill-Cottage, then of Hampton-Street, since of King-Street again, and now or late of No. 6, Drake-Street, all in the Borough of Plymouth in the County of Devon, Mason.
James Tuckerman, late of the Borough of Plymouth, Devonshire, House-Carpenter.

London Gazette - Issue 18739 published on the 29 October 1830

At the Court-House, at the City of Exeter, and County of the same City, on the 22d day of November 1830, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
William Ball, late of Saint Paul's, in the City and County of the City of Exeter, Plasterer, Slater, and Shopkeeper.

At the Court-House, at Exeter, in and for the County of Devon, on the 22d day of November 1830, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Charles Cassley the elder, late of His Majesty's Ship Canopus, lying in Hamoaze, near Devonport, Devonshire, Boatswain in the Royal Navy.
George Marley, late of Oakford, Devonshire, Butcher and Herbal Doctor.
Daniel Easterbrook, late of Holne, Devonshire, Carpenter and Miller, formerly Farmer, Carpenter and Miller.
James Easterbrook, late of Buckfastleigh, Devonshire, Carpenter, formerly Farmer and Carpenter.
George Kelly, late of Barnstaple, Devonshire, Cooper, formerly Cooper, Grover, and General Shopkeeper.
Bryan Roberts, formerly Master of the Enchantress Brig, of Plymouth, Devon, then of Holywell, in Flintshire, out of employ, then of His Majesty's Ships Brittania, Windsor-Castle, and Ocean, respectively serving as Admiralty Mate, then of His Majesty's Ship Glasgow, and late of Stonehouse, in the County of Devon, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy.
Charles Caseley the younger, formerly Master's Assistant of His Majesty's ship Valorous, in the West Indies, then Acting Master of His Majesty's Ship Magnificent, in the West Indies, then of Northgate-Street, Exeter, then residing on board His Majesty's Ship Canopus, in Hamoaze, Devonport, Devon, out of employ, then Second Master of His Majesty's Ship Saint Vincent, in Hamoaze aforesaid, and late of Morice Town, Devonport, Devonshire, out of employ.
James Joseph Giles, formerly of Gosport, Hants, and late of Mutton-Cove, Devonport, Devonshire, Slopseller (sued as James Giles).
William Baker, heretofore of Pocombe-Bridge-Farm, in the Parish of Alphington, Devonshire, Labourer, then of Sidbury, Devonshire, and late again of the said Parish of Alphington, Labourer.
John Laucey, late of Pilton, Devonshire, Waterman, formerly Huxster and Master Mariner.
Albin Lavers, formerly of No. 28, Old Change, in the City of London, Grocer and Oilman, and late of Holditch, Devonshire, out of business.
George Braddick, late of Clayhidon, Devonshire, Farmer.
Thomas Luxton, formerly of Bishop's Nympton, then of North Molton, and late of Meshaw, all in Devonshire, Farmer and Cattle-Dealer.
Daniel Robertson, formerly of Kew-Green, Surrey, then of High-Street, and then of Holywell, both in the City of Oxford, and of Green-Street, Grosvenor-Square, Middlesex, then of Clifton, near the City of Bristol, then of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, then of Saint Arvans, Monmouthshire, and late of Dawlish, Devonshire, Architect.
 

TAKE NOTICE.


1. If any Creditor intends to oppose a Prisoner's discharge, notice of such intention must be given to the said Prisoner, in writing, three clear days before the day of hearing, exclusive of Sunday, and exclusive both of the day of giving such notice and of the said day of hearing.
2. But in the case of a Prisoner, whom his Creditors have removed, by an order of the Court, from a gaol in or near London for hearing in the country such notice of opposition will be sufficient if given one clear day before the day of hearing.
3. The petition and schedule will be produced by the proper Officer for inspection and examination, at the Office of the Court in London, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, between the hours of Ten and Four; and copies of the petition and schedule or such part thereof as shall be required, will be provided by the proper Officer, according to the Act, 7 Geo. 4, c. 57, sec. 76.

N.B. Entrance to the Office in Portugal-Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields.

4. The duplicate of the petition and schedule, and all books, papers, and writings filed therewith, will be produced for inspection and examination by the Clerk of the Peace, Town Clerk, or other person with whom the same shall have been directed to be lodged for such purpose, at the Office of such Clerk of the Peace or other person; and copes of the petition and schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be there provided according to the Act, 7 Geo. 4, c. 57, sec. 77, or the Act, 5 Geo. 4, c. 61, sec. 11, as the case may be.