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Source: Bell's Weekly Messenger, No.1779, Sunday, May 2, 1830.

From Tuesday's London Gazette.


J. Brotherston, Liverpool, merchant.

Z. Skyring, Primrose-street, Bishopsgate-street-without, carpenter.

W. Perry, Witham, Essex, coach maker.

W. Maryon, Mary-street, Hampstead-road, builder.

R. Crooks, Cornhill, tailor.

Bankruptcy Superseded.

L. Pecqueur, Paddington-street, Mary-le-Bone, upholsterer.


C. Power, Old City Chambers, Bishopsgate-street-within, and Lloyd's Rooms, underwriter, to surrender April 30, May 7, and June 8, at the Court of Commissioners. Att. Kelly, New Inn.

W. Cartwright, Oxford-street, horse dealer, May 7, 20, and June 8, at the same place. Att. Mills, Hatton garden.

W. Archer, Belgrave-terrace, Pimlico, and Percy-street, Rathbone place, boarding house keeper, April 30, May 7, and June 8, at the same place. Atts. Goren and Co. Orchard-street, Portman-square.

W. Clarke, Leadenhall-street, woollen draper, April 30, May 7, and June 8, at the same place. Atts. Clutton and Co. High-street, Southwark.

C. Bell, Billiter-street, wine merchant, April 20, May 11, and June 8, at the same place. Att. Miller, Ely-place.

R. and G. Charles, Liverpool, ship chandler, May 20, 21, and June 8, at the Clarendon Rooms, Liverpool. Att. Chester, Staple Inn.

T. Rowland, Bath, victualler, May 10, 11, and June 8, at the Castle and Ball, Bath. Atts. Makinson and Sanders, Temple.

W. Marshall, Huddersfield, shear manufacturer, June 1, 2 and 8, at the office of Mr. Allison, Huddersfield. Atts. Battye and Co. Chancery-lane.

Sarah Phillips, Abergavenny, dealer, May 4, 5, and June 8, at the White Lion Inn, Bristol. Atts. Battye and Co. Chancery-lane.

R. Barber, Walsall, Staffordshire, wine merchant, May 19, 20, and June 8, at the Albion Hotel, Birmingham. Atts. Austen and Hobson, Raymond-buildings, Gray's Inn.

T. Hawthorn, Hanley, Staffordshire, victualler, May 10, 11, and June 8, at the Legs of Man Inn, Burslem. Att. Walford, Grafton-street, Bond street.

J. Wayte, Newcastle-under-Lyme, brazier, May 10, 11, and June 8, at the same place. Att. Walford, Grafton-street, Bond-street.

J. Wrighton, Aston Grange paper mills, Warwickshire, paper maker, May 6, at the office of Messrs. Kitchin and Son, Warwick; 7, at the office of Messrs. Kitchin and Son, Barford; and June 8, at the office of Messrs. Kitchin and Son, Warwick. Att. Eldred and Dawson, Southhampton-street, Bloomsbury.

R. T. Pitts, Aylsham, Norfolk, grocer, May 10, 11, and June 8, at the Swan Inn, Norwich. Att. Austin, South-square, Gray's Inn.

T. Walker, Manchester, innkeeper, May 11, 12, and June 8, at the Bridge Inn, Bolton. Atts. Adlington and Co. Bedford-row.


May 21. W. Shipley, Bagshot and Staines, coach maker—May 21. A. Lopez and Co. Copthall-court, merchants—May 21. I. Stacy, Newcastle-street, Strand, tailor—May 20. W. Jennings, Abergavenny, draper—May 24. T. Hercock, Middleton, Northamptonshire, horse dealer—May 19. J. Gastrell and J. Dew, Bristol, haberdashers—May 20. R. Bibby, Liverpool, merchant—May 20. R. Stanfield, Ashton-under-Line, cotton spinner—May 20. S. Farmer, Atherstone, Warwickshire, mercer—May 28. W. Pape, Northampton-square, tailor—May 20. R. Wiss, Fleet-street, water closet manufacturer—May 15. J.L. Brown, Bath, draper—May 18. C. Everett, New Bond-street, merchant—May 28. E. Robson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, saddler—May 20. T. Leeds, Manchester, spinner—May 22. R.M. Shields, Liverpool, grocer.

CERTIFICATES to be granted on or before May 18.

H. Watson, Willingate Spain, Essex, cattle salesman—H. Pettifer, High Holborn, cheesemonger,—T. Morgan, Ross, Herefordshire, tailor—T. Crumpton, Shrewsbury, cordwainer—J.P. Bannister, Henrietta-street, Cavendish-square, stable-keeper—W. Brown, Beeston, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer,—J.B. Forest, Kilburn, oilman—R. Rabbitts, Heytesbury, Wiltshire—G. Ford, Frome, Selwood, linen draper,—A. Symmons, Thomas-street, Kennington-common, carpenter—E.C. Bessell, Cadogan-street, Chelsea, professor of music,—J. Cuthbertson, Hampton-street, Walworth, linen draper,—J. Smith and Co. King-street, Cheapside, hosiers.

Partnerships Dissolved.

J. and H. Vidgen, Wye, Kent, tailors—S. Anyon and Son, Greek-street, Soho, dyers— W. and J. Crowther, Wharf Mill, Halifax, corn dealers—C. Baker, G. Little, H. Baker, and W. Crisp, New Church-street, Lisson-grove, Mary-le-Bone, and Hadleigh, Suffolk, millers, as far as regards G. Little—Brocklesby, Morbey, and Co.— J. and J. Limbrick, Old Sodbury, Gloucestershire, farmers—E. and A. Bowcher, Exeter, milliners,—Cockson and Co. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, earthenware manufacturers—Nicholl and Mortimer, Carmarthen, chemists—Michell, Mills, and Michell, Brighton, bankers—Terrys, Gummersalls, and Co. Dudley Hill, Yorkshire, coal merchants— S. Nash and S. Wedd, Codham Hall farm, Essex, farmers—T. Brocklesby and J. Morbey, Darenth, Kent, paper makers—J. Charles and G. Hoome, Upper Thames-street, merchants—J. Bottomley, and Co. Oldham, Lanbcashire, cotton spinners—Carrick, Brown, and Co. Glasgow, bankers; as far as regards N. Brown.