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Insolvent Debtors - 1848

Articles from the London Gazette

Provided by Lindsey Withers

1848

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

See Notice at the end.

The following PRISONERS, whose Estates and Effects have been vested in the Provisional Assignee by Order of the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors, and whose Petitions and Schedules, duly filed, have been severally referred and transmitted to the County Courts hereinafter mentioned, pursuant to the Statute in that behalf, are ordered to be brought up before the Judges of the said Courts respectively, as herein set forth, to be dealt with according to Law:

London Gazette - Issue 20858 published on the 19 May 1848

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 3d day of June 1848, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Elizabeth Bradford, late of Sisterhood Farm, in the parish of Axminster, Devonshire, Widow and Farmer.
Richard Hammond, late of Bishopsteignton, in the county of Devon, Baker.
Robert Wallis the younger (sued as Robert Wallis), late of No. 14, High-street, in the city of Exeter, out of business, previously of the same place, Haberdasher, Hosier, Woollen Draper, and Tailor, formerly of No. 61, Tothill-street, Westminster, Middlesex, Tailors' Trimming Seller.

London Gazette - Issue 20872 published on the 30 June 1848

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday the 14th day of July 1848, at ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
George Whitefield Derry, late of No. 4, Princes-street, Plymouth, in the county of Devon, previously of Courtenay-street, Plymouth aforesaid, formerly of Bank-street, Plymouth aforesaid, Attorney at Law.

London Gazette - Issue 20897 published on the 15 September 1848

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devon, holden at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday the 29th day of September 1848, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
John Forsyth Alexander, late of No. 9, Salem-place, Saint Sidwell, in the county of the city of Exeter, Travelling Dealer in Tea and Drapery, previously of No. 6, Grosvenor-place, Saint Sidwell aforesaid, Travelling Dealer in Tea and Drapery, formerly of No. 9, Salem-place aforesaid, in partnership with William Wright, under the style or firm of Alexander and Wright, as Travelling Tea Dealers.
Nicholas Barter the younger, late of Fore-street, Totnes, in the county of Devon, Baker, and alleged to have been in partnership with William Llewellyn Thomas, John Lane, and Henry Stribling, all of Totnes aforesaid, Bakers, as Millers, at Dartington-mill, Dartington, Devon, under the firm of the Dartington Mill Company, and Stribling and company (sued as Nicholas Barter).
John Lane, late of Fore-street, Totnes, in the county of Devon, Baker, and alleged to have been in partnership with William Llewellyn Thomas Nicholas Barter and Henry Stribling, all of Totnes aforesaid, Bakers, as Millers, at Dartington-mill, Dartington, Devon, under the firm of the Dartington Mill Company, and Stribling and Company.
William Llewellyn Thomas, late of Fore-street, Totnes, in the county of Devon, Baker and Confectioner, and alleged to have been in partnership with Nicholas Barter, John Lane, and Henry Stribling, all of Totnes aforesaid, Bakers, as Millers, at Dartington-mill, Dartington, Devon, under the firm of the Dartington Mill Company, and Stribling and Company (sued as William Thomas).

London Gazette - Issue 20906 published on the 17 October 1848

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday the 3d day of November 1848, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Nicholas Girard, lately lodging at the Steam Packet Inn, No. 18, Newport-street, Stonehouse, previously lodging at No. 4, Albert-terrace, Plymouth, and formerly of No. 17, York-street, Plymouth, in the county of Devon, Rigger in Her Majesty's Dock-yard at Devonport, Devon, his wife carrying on business there as a Grocer and Tea Dealer.
William Branscombe, late of No. 9, Braddon's-row, Torquay, in the parish of Tormoham, in the county of Devon, Boot and Shoe-Maker and Lodging Housekeeper, previously of Union-street, Torquay aforesaid, Boot and Shoe Maker and Lodging Housekeeper, formerly of the Market-house Inn, Dartmouth, in the same county, Licenced Victualler, before then of Babbicombe in the parish of Mary Church, in the same county, Licenced Victualler, previously thereto of No. 9, Braddon's-row, Torquay aforesaid, Boot and Shoe Maker.

London Gazette - Issue 20926 published on the 15 December 1848

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday the 29th day of December 1848, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
James Quick, late of Woodbury, in the county of Devon, out of business, before then of the same place, Baker, previously of Cullompton, in the same county, Baker.
Joseph Loveys, late of Benah Farm, Christow, Devon, Labourer, previously of Bowden Farm, Christow, Devon, Farmer, part of the time (lately) out of business, formerly of the same place, in partnership with Mary Loveys, under the style or firm of Loveys and Son, as Farmers.
Henry Rook, late of the Garden Inn, No. 2, Garden-street, Morice-town, Devonport, in the county of Devon, Brewer and Beer Seller, and for a short time Purser of the Wheal Emily Mine, in the parish of Wembury, Devon aforesaid.

N.B. - 1. If any Creditor intends to oppose a Prisoner's discharge, notice of such intention must be given to the said Prisoner, in writing, which may be left at the Gaol two clear days before the day of hearing above mentioned, exclusive of Sunday, and exclusive both of the day of giving such notice and of the said day of hearing.
2. The petition and schedule will be produced by the proper Officer for inspection and examination at the Office of the Court in London, between the hours Ten and Four, on this notice being exhibited; 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.
3. The duplicates of the petitions and schedules, and all books, papers, and writings filed therewith, will be produced by the Clerks or Assistant Clerks of the said County Courts, for inspection and examination, at the Offices of the said County Courts respectively, at the Towns aforesaid, and copies of the petition and schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be provided according to sec. 106 of the Act.