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Insolvent Debtors - 1830

Articles from the London Gazette

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1832

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 18903 published on the 14 February 1832

At the Court-House at the City of Exeter, in the County of the same City, on the 8th day of March 1832, at the hour of Ten in the Forenoon precisely.
William Greenslade, heretofore of Drake-Street, and afterwards of Cambridge-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, and late of Spiller's-Lane, Saint Sidwell, in the County of the City of Exeter, Builder.
Mary Murch Damerel, Spinster, heretofore of No. 197, Fore-Street, in the City of Exeter, Milliner and Dress-Maker, carrying on business there as a Milliner and Dress-Maker in partnership with Harriett Pleass, under the firm of Pleass and Damerel, and late of No. 260, High-Street, Exeter, out of business.
Harriett Pleass, Spinster, late of No. 197, Fore-Street, in the City of Exeter, Milliner and Dress-Maker, carrying on business there as a Milliner and Dress-Maker, carrying on business there as a Milliner and Dress-Maker in partnership with Mary Murch Damerel, under the firm of Pleass and Damerel, and heretofore an Assistant as a Milliner in the shop of William Charleton Featherstone, at No. 194 Fore-Street, Exeter.
Thomas Park, formerly of Albany-Road, Camberwell, Surrey, Collector of Post-Horse-Duties, and late of Friernhay Street, in the City of Exeter, out of business.
John Knowling, late of No. 21, Union-terrace, Saint Sidwell, in the County of the City of Exeter, Builder.

At the Court-House at Exeter, in the County of Devon, on the 8th day of March 1832, at the hour of Ten in the Forenoon precisely.
James Kilpatrick, formerly of James-Street, Plymouth, and late of East Stonehouse, both in Devonshire, Tea-Dealer.
Robert Morey Murch, late of West Teignmouth, in the County of Devon, Boot and Shoe Maker, whose Wife some time since carried on the business of a Mantua-Maker, at West Teignmouth aforesaid.
Sarah Webb, late of Ottery Saint Mary, Devonshire, formerly Linen-Draper and Haberdasher, lately Plain Worker.
Thomas Maunder, late of Chagford, Devonshire, Tailor and Draper.
William Jeffery, formerly of High-Street, Stonehouse, and late of Bath-Street, Plymouth, both in Devonshire, Builder.
John Payne, heretofore of Cullompton, and late of Tiverton and Bampton, all in Devonshire, Turnpike-Gate-Keeper.
Thomas Carder, formerly of West Teignmouth, Devon, Cabinet-Maker and Dealer in Earthenware, then of Dawlish, Devon, then of Saint Sidwell, in the County of the City of Exeter, then of Goldsmith-Street, in the City of Exeter, and late of the College, in the precinct of the Close in the same City, Cabinet-Maker.
George Dymond, late of North Petherwin, in the County of Devon, Shoemaker.
Joseph Lott Clarke, formerly of Sidmouth, Devonshire, Shopkeeper and Saddler, afterwards of Sidbury, Devonshire, out of business, and late of Sidmouth aforesaid, also out of business.
William Aurey, formerly of No. 17, Alfred-Terrace, Stepney, then of No. 21, John-Street, Stepney, then of Hampton-Common, all in Middlesex, Master in the Royal Navy, then Master of His Majesty's Ship Revenue, lying in Hamoaze near Devonport, Devon, and late of No. 4, Mill-Pleasant, Stoke-Damerel, Devonshire, Master in the Royal Navy.
Henry Tucker, formerly of High-Street, Plymouth, Victualler and Brewer, and late of Union-Street, Stonehouse, both in Devonshire, out of business.
Lucius Burne, late of Lifton, Devonshire, Surgeon and Apothecary, formerly carrying on business there in partnership with Gregory Gurney, under the firm of Gurney and Burne, as Surgeons and Apthecaries.
John Potter, late of Exmouth, Devonshire, Hair-Dresser, Perfumer, and Dealer in Toys.
John Bruce, formerly of East Stonehouse, Devon, then of the Brig Sappho, then of the Diamond Frigate, and late of Saltash, Cornwall, Master in His Majesty's Navy.
Thomas Warren, late of Tiverton, Devonshire, Farmer.
Henry Ferriss, formerly of the Rock Inn, Islington, then of Teigngrace, and late of Dittisham, all in Devonshire, Carpenter and Blacksmith.
John Berry the younger, formerly of Dulverton, Somersetshire, Glazier, Tinman and Plumber, and late of Crediton, Devonshire, Tinman and Plumber.
Harry Pigou, formerly of the Town of Northampton, then of Tenby, South Wales, then of Taunton, Somersetshire, then of No. 8, Oxenden-Street, Haymarket, Middlesex, and late of Stonehouse, Devonshire, Lieutenant on the Half-Pay of the third Dragoon Guards.
William Harris, late of Clist Honiton, Devonshire, Tailor, Draper, and General Shopkeeper.
William Orchard, late of Hennock, Devonshire, Shoemaker and Huckster.
William Rennels, formerly of Barnstaple and Pilton, and late of Barnstaple, both in Devonshire, Painter, Glazier, and Woollen-Manufacturer.
Ezekiel Benjamin Ezekiel, late of Newton Abbott, Devonshire, Clothes-Salesman and Working-Jeweller.
Thomas Smith, formerly of Stockland, Dorsetshire, and late of Membury, Devonshire, Tallow-Chandler, Seedsman and Farmer.
Michael Arnold, formerly of King-Street, Devonport, Devon, and of His Majesty's Ship Milford, then of His Majesty's Brig red Pole, then of His Majesty's Ship Peruvian, lying in Hamoaze, near Devonport, Devon, and of Navy-Row, Morrice-Town, near Devonport aforesaid, then of the Dove Packet, of Falmouth, then of Navy-Row aforesaid, then of His Majesty's Ship Hyacinth, at Sea, and of Torpoint, Cornwall, then of Portsmouth, Hants, and late of Wilcove, Cornwall, and of His Majesty's Ship Hotspur, lying in Hamoaze aforesaid, Gunner in His Majesty's Navy.

London Gazette - Issue 18904 published on the 17 February 1832

At the Court-House, at Plymouth, in the County of Devon, on the 10th day of March 1832, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon precisely.
Thomas Alger, formerly of Horrabridge, in the County of Devon, Miller, but late of the Borough of Plymouth, Devonshire, Stone-Cutter.
John Brimblecome, late of the Borough of Plymouth, Devonshire, Mason.

London Gazette - issue 18949 published on the 29 June 1832

At the Court-House, at Plymouth, in the County of Devon, on the 23d day of July 1832, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, precisely.
Samuel Willcocks, late of the Borough of Plymouth, Devonshire, Carpenter.
Robert Turpin, late of the Borough of Plymouth, Devonshire, Builder.
William Frost, late ofVauxhall-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Mason and Plasterer.

London Gazette - Issue 18951 published on the 6 July 1832

At the Court-House, at Exeter, in the County of Devon, on the 27th day of July, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Henry Coplestone, formerly of Shute, and late of Branscombe, both in Devonshire, Farmer.
Richard Rose the younger, formerly of No. 19, Aske-Terrace, Shoreditch, Middlesex, Tin-Plate-Worker, then of St. Sidwell, in the County of the City of Exeter, and late of Alphington-Street, St. Thomas the Apostle, Devonshire, Tinman and Plumber.
Peter Pound, formerly of Queen-Street, Plymouth, then of Adelaide-Street, and late of Hobart-Street, Stonehouse, all in Devonshire, Slater and Plasterer.
John Watts, late of Ilfracombe, Devonshire, Linen and Woollen-Draper and Tailor, whose wife formerly called Ann Huxtable, carried on the business of Victualler, at Combe-Martin, Devonshire.
Thomas Charles Barron, formerly of Falmouth, Cornwall, commander of the Frolie, Government Packet, then of Truro, Cornwall, then of Sidmouth, Devonshire, and late of Exmouth, Devonshire, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy.
Francis Symes, formerly of Musbury, and late of Combepyne, both in Devonshire, Tailor.
Jacob Wolffson, formerly of No. 56, Lemon-Street, Goodman's-Fields, Middlesex, and late of No. 15, King-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Licenced Hawker and General Dealer (sued as Jacob Woolffson).
William Paul, late of South Sydenham, Devonshire, Farmer.
John Skinner, late of Treville-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, tailor, Woollen-Draper, and Hatter, formerly carrying on the same business in Buckwell-Street, Plymouth aforesaid, in partnership with William Burnell, sen. and Joseph Burnell, under the firm of Burnell and Skinner.
Walter Thomas Haydon, formerly of Topsham, and late of Crediton, both in the County of Devon, Gentleman.
Charles Lee, formerly of Sidmouth, and late of Ottery St. Mary, both in Devonshire, Coach-Maker and Wheelwright.
William Anthony, formerly of Cat-Street, and late of Britun-Side, Plymouth, Devonshire, Baker.
Robert Gasking, formerly of North Huish, Devonshire, Baker and Victualler, and late of Harberton, in the same County, Victualler.
William Atwill, formerly of Bickleigh, then of Meavey, and late of Whitechurch, all in Devonshire, Farmer, lately Labourer.
James Pike, formerly of Totness, and late of Shaldon, both in Devonshire, Turnpike-Gatekeeper.
Rupert Pontifex, formerly of No. 1, Holmes's-Terrace, Kentish-town, Middlesex, Attorney's Clerk, and late of Kinterbury-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Attorney at Law.
Samuel Newland, formerly of Briton-Side, and late of Richmond-Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, Builder and Plasterer.
John Ford, late of Barnstaple, Devonshire, Tea-Dealer and Dealer in Earthenware, formerly Grocer and General Shopkeeper.
Henry Cleeve Butler, late of Broadclist, in the County of Devon, Surveyor of Roads (sued as Henry C. Butler).
Richard Toop, formerly of Buckland Monachorum, Devonshire, then of Knackersknowle, in the Parish of Egg-Buckland, Devonshire, then of Tregony, Cornwall, and late of Knackersknowle aforesaid, Carpenter and Builder.
John Yeo Toll, late of Black Torrington, Devonshire, Farmer.
Josias Saunders, formerly of Bridewell-Lane, Bristol, Baker, afterwards carrying on business there with William Harris, under the firm of Saunders and Harris, as Millers, Bakers and Corn-Factors, then of Paul-Street, Bristol, and late of Alphington, Devonshire, Baker (sued as Joseph Saunders).
John Frost, late of Moretonhampstead, Devonshire, Carpenter and Wheelwright.
Alexander Young, late of King-Street, Devonport, Devonshire, Painter and Glazier.
Philip Ellis, late of Horley Mill, in the Parish of Buckland Brewer, Devonshire, Miller.
Charles Allen, heretofore of No. 26, Wellesley-Street, Euston-Square, St. Pancras, London, then of No. 89, Mount-Street, Grosvenor-Square, London, and late of Axminster, Devonshire, Boot and Shoe-Maker (his wife, Grace Allen, carrying on business at Axminster aforesaid, as a Milliner).
Timothy Hooper, heretofore of Beer, in the Parish of Seaton, Devonshire, and then of Littleham and Exmouth, Devonshire, Farmer, and late of the aforesaid Parish of Seaton, Labourer.
Samuel Hood, formerly of Dorchester, and then of Weymouth, Dorsetshire, then of Clapham-Common, Surrey, then of Darke-Street, Plymouth, Devon, then of Salcombe, Devon, then of Greenhill Cottage, Woodborough, Somerset, then of West Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, then of Brighton, Sussex, then of Lancing, Sussex, then of North-Crescent, Bedford-Square, Middlesex, then of Reading, Berkshire, then of Swanage, Dorset, then of Bemerton, Wilts, then of No. 85, Cadogan-Place, Chelsea, Middlesex, then of Barnstaple, Devon, then of Bideford, Devon, then of Weymouth, Dorset, then of Sidmouth, Devon, then of Alphington, Devon, then of Falmouth, Cornwall, then of Hobart-Street, Stonehouse, Devon, and late of Brixham, and since at Torquay, in the County of Devon, Gentleman, formerly Inspector of Canvas for the Royal Navy.

At the Court-House, at the City of Exeter, in the County of the same City, on the 27th day of July 1832, at Ten in the Forenoon, precisely.
Robert Limpenny, formerly of Fore-Street-Hill, in the City of Exeter, Umbrella and Parasol-Maker, and Dealer in Jewellery, and late of South-Street, in the same City, Umbrella and Parasol Maker (sued as Robert Lympanny).
Bartholomew Worth, formerly of Cowick-Street, and late of Okehampton-Terrace, both in the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, Devonshire, carrying on business at Theatre-Lane, in the City of Exeter until March 1831, in partnership with Robert Cullum, under the firm of Cullum and Company, as joint Proprietors of the Exeter Alfred Newspaper, and since March 1831, when the said partnership was dissolved, carrying on business at Goldsmith-Street, in Exeter aforesaid, in my own name as sole Proprietor of the said Paper which was subsequently called the Exeter Independent.
James Hodge, formerly of Alphington-Street, St. Thomas Apostle, Devon, and then of No. 5, Little Essex-Street, Strand, Middlesex, Journeyman Coach-Maker, then of Cowick-Street, St. Thomas the Apostle, Devon, Victualler and Coach-Maker, and late of Friernhay-Street, in the City of Exeter, Coach-Maker.

London Gazette - Issue 18987 published on the 23 October 1832

At the Court-House, in the City of Exeter, in the County of the same City, on the 13th day of November 1832, at Ten in the Forenoon, precisely.
William Lamble, late of South Bovey, Devonshire, Tailor.
John Acres, formerly of Launceston, Cornwall, then of Ivy-Lane, London, then of Broad Street, Bristol, then of Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Coach Guard, and late of Longbrook-Street, in the County of the City of Exeter, Coach Porter.
Thomas Davey, late of Magdalen-Street, in the County of the City of Exeter, Stone-Mason and Victualler, formerly Stone-Mason and Grocer.
Charles Frederick Summers, late of Saint Sidwell, in the County of the City of Exeter, Painter and Glazier (sued as Charles Summers).

At the Court-House, at Exeter, in and for the County of Devon, on the 13th day of November 1832, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
John Dennis, late of Torpoint, in the County of Cornwall, Baker.
Thomas Bennett the younger, heretofore of Ringmore, in the Parish of Saint Nicholas, Devonshire, Attorney at Law, then of Castle-Street, and afterwards of Eldon-Place, Longbrook-Street, both in Exeter, Clerk to Mr. William Bury Moore, of Exeter aforesaid, Attorney at Law, and late of Ringmore aforesaid, Attorney at Law, and also Agent to the Promoter Fire and Life Insurance Company.
Samuel Hood, formerly of Dorchester, and then of Weymouth, Dorsetshire, then of Clapham-Common, Surrey, then of Park-Street, Plymouth, Devon, then of Salcombe, Devon, then of Greenhill-Cottage, Woodborough, Somerset, then of West Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, then of Brighton, Sussex, then of Leansing, Sussex, then of Little Hampton, Sussex, then of North-Crescent, Bedford-Square, Middlesex, then of Reading, Berkshire, then of Swanage, Dorset, then of Bamerton, Wilts, then of No. 85, Cadogan-Place, Chelsea, Middlesex, then of Barnstaple, Devon, then of Bideford, Devon, then of Weymouth, Dorset, then of Wyke, Dorset, then of Sidmouth, Devon, then of South-Street, Exeter, then of Alphington, Devon, then of Shaldon, then of Teignmouth, Devon, then of Falmouth, Cornwall, then of Truro, Cornwall, then of Hobart-Street, Stonehouse, Devon, then of Dartmouth, Devon, and late of Brixham, and since of Torquay, Devon, Gentleman, formerly Inspector of Canvas for the Royal Navy.
William Quick the younger, formerly of Fore-Street, and then of the Parish of St. Sidwell, both in Exeter, Butcher, then of Salmon-Pool, in Alphington, Devonshire, and also of Fore-Street, Exeter, Butcher, Grazier, Dealer in Cattle, and Keeper of Tea-Gardens, then of the Holy Trinity, Exeter, Victualler, then of Haydon-Cottage, Topsham-Road, in the Parish of Topsham, Devonshire, Cattle-Dealer, and Auctioneer, then of Paris-Street, and afterwards of Fore-Street, both in Exeter, and late of Heavitree, Devonshire, Butcher and Auctioneer (sued as William Quick).
John Bowsher, formerly of Blandford, Dorsetshire, Victualler, and afterwards out of business, then a Prisoner confined for debt in the Gaol of Dorchester, then of Andover, Hampshire, Waiter, then again of Blandford, out of employment, then of Poole, Dorsetshire, then of Warminster, Wiltshire, Waiter, then of Blandford aforesaid, out of employment, then of Bridport, Dorsetshire, Waiter, and afterwards out of employment, and late of Honiton, Devonshire, Waiter.
Elizabeth Chope, Spinster, late of Bideport, Devon, Dress-maker, for a short time previous to her arrest, residing at Bath, and afterwards at Sidmouth, Devonshire.
Edward Pimm, formerly of Saleur-Place, Saint Sidwell, Exeter, then of Topsham, Devonshire, out of business, and late of Newton Saint Cyres, Devon, Paper-Maker (sued with Henry Cleeve Butler).
William Kent the younger, formerly of Catherine-Street, Devonport, Devonshire, Ironmonger and Tin-Plate-Worker, and late of Morris-Street, Devonport, aforesaid, out of business (sued as William Kent).
John Horton, late of Mutton-Cove, Devonport, Devonshire, Slop-Seller and Bumboatman.
William Jones, formerly of South Sydenham, and then of Buckfastleigh, both in Devonshire, carrying on business there in partnership with John Jones as Millers (sued with John Jones).
Thomas Cochrane Denner, late of Sidmouth, Devonshire, Baker and Confectioner (sued as Thomas Denner).
Michael Cumming, formerly of Old Town-Street, Plymouth, then of Treville-Street, Plymouth, Cabinet-Maker and Dealer in Hardware, and late of Briton-Side, Plymouth, all in Devonshire, out of business (sued as Michael Cummins).
John Giddy Davy, formerly of Tavistock, Devon, out of business, and late of Stoke Clemsland, Cornwall, Farmer, (sued as John Giddy Davey).
Richard Martin Steward, formerly of Briton-Side, Plymouth, Devon, Builder, some time since carrying on business also as a Lime-Burner in partnership with Richard Steward and James Cobley, at Deadmansbay, Plymouth aforesaid, under the firm of Steward, Cobley and Co. and late of No. 2, John-Street, Plymouth aforesaid, out of business.
William Robertson, formerly of Topsham, and then of Saint Thomas the Apostle, Devon, then of Fore-Street-Hill, then of New Bridge-Street, Exeter, then of Topsham aforesaid, Master Mariner, then of Saint Thomas the Apostle aforesaid, then of Improvement-Place, then of the Friars, Exeter, then of Topsham-Road, Devon, and late of Horse-Lane, Exeter, Ship-Agent.
John Jones, formerly of Landlake, in the Parish of South Petherwin, and then of Modbury, both in Devon, Miller, and late of Tiverton, Devon, carrying on business there in partnership with William Jones as Millers (sued with William Jones).
John Morell Combe, late of Broadclist, in the County of Devon, Labourer (sued as John Morall Combe).
 

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 copies of the petition and schedule or such part thereof as shall be required, will be there provided according to the Act, 7Geo. 4, c. 57, sec. 77, or the Act, 5 Geo. 4, c. 61, sec. 11, as the case may be.