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Insolvent Debtors - 1847

Articles from the London Gazette

Provided by Lindsey Withers

1847

Pursuant to the Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England.

THE COURT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

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

The following PRISONERS, whose Estates and Effects have been vested in the Provisional Assignee by Order of the Court, having filed their Schedules, are ordered to be brought up before a Commissioner on circuit, to be dealt with according to the Statute, as follows:

London Gazette - Issue 20754 published on the 16 July 1847

At the Court-House, at Exeter, in the County of Devon, on Friday the 30th day of July 1847, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Richard Pike, late of No. 1, Duke-street, Plymouth, Devon, Victualler, previously of No. 17, King-street, Plymouth aforesaid, out of business, formerly of Phoenix-street, East Stonehouse, Devon, out of business, before then of No. 16, James-street, Plymouth, out of business, then of Gold-street, Baralston, Devon, Farmer, before then of St. Hollins, isle of Jersey, out of business, then of No. 16, James-street aforesaid, then of No. 15, Love-street, Plymouth, Tailor.
James Cloden, late of Halse, Somersetshire, Boot and Shoe Maker, Draper, Grocer, and Earthenware General Dealer.
John Langworthy, late of No. 2, Langbrook-street, Exeter, Stock and Share Broker, previously of No. 7, Hampton-place, St. Thomas the Apostle, Devon, Stock and Share Broker, formerly of Alphington-street, Devon, Stock and Share Broker, then of Henriton, Devon, and Alphington-street aforesaid, Stock and Share Broker, then of Bedford-street, Stock and Share Broker, then of Park-place, Exeter, in business at Bedford-street and Bamfylde-street, Exeter, in copartnership with Henry Beaumont, as Stock and Share Brokers, under the firm of Beaumont and Langworthy, then of Park-place aforesaid, out of business, then of North Bridge-street, Exeter, Ironmonger.
John Knott the younger, late of Cheriton Fitzpaine, and Tiverton, Devon, out of business, Journeyman Mason, previously of Stoketeignhead, Builder and Mason and Plasterer.
William Seymour Scroggs, late of Yeovil, Somersetshire, previously of the Cavalry Barracks, St. David, Exeter, formerly of No. 45, Union-street, Plymouth, Devon, then of George-street, Devonport, Captain in the 5th Regiment of Foot, before then of Plymouth, then of Fermoy, Cork, Ireland, then of Cahir, then of Claghern, then of Templemore, Tipperary, Ireland, then of Belfast, then of Carrickfergus, then of Belfast, all in Antrim, Ireland, then of Warrington-place, Dublin, then of bishop's-hall, Somersetshire, before of Percy-place, Dublin, then of Taunton, Somersetshire, then of Bolton, Lancashire, then of Athlone, Roscommon, Ireland, then of Castle Ben Mago, Ireland, Lieutenant in the 5th fusiliers, then of Ceylon, East Indies, then of Cork, Ireland, then of Athlone aforesaid, then of Birs, King's county, Ireland, then of Limerick, Ireland, Ensign in the 18th Regiment of Foot.
John Mitchell Humphrey, late of New-street, Honiton, Devon, Bread and Biscuit Baker.
John Arscott, late of No. 23, Russell-street, Plymouth, Labourer, previously of No. 15, Park-street, Plymouth, and Swillhay-farm, Stoke Damerel, Devon, Farmer and Dairyman, formerly of No. 22, Green-street, Plymouth aforesaid Labourer.
Richard Ellis, late of Blacktawton, Devonshire, out of business, previously of Hopkins and Rakehill, Farmer and at East Hartley, in partnership with James Ellis and Samuel Ellis, as Farmers.
John Hamling, late of Nos. 6 and 7, Nilson-street, Plymouth, Devon, out of business, previously of No. 108, Wady-row, Stoke Damerel, Devon, out of business, then of No. 11, Claremont-street, Plymouth, formerly of Fore-street, Devonport, Victualler, then of Whiteby-farm, Harberton, Farmer.
John Wakeham Cannon, late of No. 45, Union-street, Plymouth, Devon, Tailor and Draper, previously of Elrington-street, Plymouth, Tailor and Mercer, before then of Calstock, Cornwall, Tailor and Mercer, then of Saint Cleer, Cornwall, Tailor and Mercer.
Hugh Rattenbury, late of No. 28, Paris-street, Exeter, then of Catherine-street, Exeter, out of business, then of No. 16, Waldrave-terrace, Torquay, Devon, Baker and Dealer in Bacon, Butter, Cheese and Herrings.

London Gazette - Issue 20757 published on the 23 July 1847

At the Court-House, at Exeter, in the County of Devon, on Friday the 30th day of July 1847, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
James Croden (and not James Cloden, as advertised in last Friday's Gazette), late of Halse, Somersetshire, Boot and Shoe Maker, Draper, Grocer and Earthenware General Dealer.
John Mitchell Humphry (and not John Mitchell Humphrey, as advertised in last Friday's Gazette), late of New-street, Honiton, Devon, Bread and Biscuit Baker.

London Gazette - Issue 20809 published on the 24 December 1847

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, on Friday the 14th day of January 1848
John Tarr, late of No. 2, Market-street, Torquay, in the parish of Tormoham, in the county of Devon, Baker and Confectioner, previously of George-street, Torquay aforesaid, Baker and Confectioner.
Richard Hake, late of the Ebrington Inn, Ebrington-street, Plymouth, in the county of Devon, out of business, before then of the same place, Commission Agent, previously of Ebrington-street aforesaid, and of the Market, Plymouth aforesaid, Butcher, formerly of No. 10, Garden-street, Plymouth aforesaid, Butcher, before then of No. 15, Park-street, Plymouth aforesaid, Butcher.

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, two 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 Office for inspection and examination at the Office of the Court in London, 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 of 1st and 2d Victoria, cap. 110, sec. 105.

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, 7 Geo. 4, c. 57, sec. 77, or 1 and 2 Vict. c. 110, sec. 106, as the case may be.