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Bankrupts

1852

SOURCE: THE GLOBE and Traveller, Wednesday, May 26, 1852.

Globe and Traveller


BANKRUPTS.

John Bailey Capper, Montpellier Vale, Blackheath, Kent, chemist and druggist, June 3, at one, 29, at two, at Basinghall street. Off. assignee Mr. Johnson, Basinghall street; sol. Mr. Atkinson Quality court, Chancery lane.

John Hick, Wakefield, corn merchant June 8, 29, at eleven, at the Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. Off. assignee Mr. Hope, Leeds; sols. Messrs. Bond and Barwick, Leeds.

Henry Brett, Portsea, Southampton, grocer and ale and porter merchant, June 4, at half-past twelve, July 9, at twelve, at Basinghall street. Off. assignee, Mr. Cannan, Aldermanbury; sols. Mr. Low, Chancery lane; Messrs. Low and Son, Portsea.

John Davis Randall and George Thomas Dicks, Greek street, Soho, leather seller; June 4, at eleven, 29, at twelve at Basinghall street. Off. assignee, Mr. Johnson, Basinghall street; sol. Mr. Fraser, Dean street, Soho.

Francis Sadler, Fore street, City, furnishing undertaker, June 5, at one, July 9 at two, at Basinghall street, Off. assignee, Mr. Whitmore, Basinghall street; sol. Mr. Lloyd, Milk street, Cheapside

John Burnley, Batley, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer, June 10, July 9, at eleven, at the Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. Off. assignee, Mr. Freeman, Leeds; sol. Mr. Blackburn, Leeds.

Charles Stanley, Castle street, Hastings, Sussex, tailor, June 4, at twelve, 29, at one, at Basinghall street. Off. assignee, Mr. Bell, Coleman street buildings; sol. Mr. Fraser, Dean street, Soho.

Henry Bridges, Canterbury, licensed victualler, June 5, at half-past twelve, July 9, at one, at Basinghall street, Off. assignee, Mr. Whitmore, Basinghall street; sols. Mr. Venour, Gray's inn; Messrs. Furleys and Mercer, Canterbury.

Albert Pinneberg, Hertford, builder, May 29, at half-past one July 3, at twelve, at Basinghall street. Off. assignee, Mr. Nicholson, Basinghall street; sols. Messrs. Piercey and Hawks, Three Crown court, Southwark.

William Veale Matthews, Yeovil Somersetshire, druggist and grocer, June 3, at one, 29, at eleven, at the Court of Bankruptcy, Exeter. Off. assignee, Mr. Hernaman, Exeter; sols., Messrs. Slade and Vining, Yeovil; Mr. Terrell, Exeter.

Eliza Babb, Grosvenor street West, Eaton square, dress maker, June 8 at two, July 5, at eleven, at Basinghall street. Off. assignee, Mr. Edwards, Sambrook court, Basinghall street; sols. Messrs. Coombe and Nickoll, Bridge street, Westminster.

Josiah Bowrin Walsall, Staffordshire, currier and leather dealer, June 8, June 30, at half-past eleven at the Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. Off. assignee Mr. Christie, Birmingham; sols. Mr. Brittain, Bristol; Mr. Moore, Walsall; Mr. James, Birmingham.

INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

Mier Livingstone, Liverpool, Dutch shipping master.

Arthur Ashley, jun., Bootle, Lancashire, book keeper.

Thomas Smedley, Toxteth park, Liverpool, labourer.

Sibballed Hewitt, Kirkdale, Liverpool, out of business.

John Cox, Clevedon, Somerset, farm labourer.

William Pidgeon Clifton, Bristol plumber.

George Willey, Clifton, Bristol milk seller.

Horatio N. Hurley, Stapleton, Gloucestershire, no business.

Thomas H. Jefferies, Bridge Yate, Gloucestershire, journeyman carpenter.

James R. Morgan, Bristol, beer retailer and plasterer.

Henry F. Stokes, Bristol, pawnbroker's assistant.

Charles Clarke, Nottingham, out of business.

Abraham Dunaway, Gosport, Hants, licensed victualler.

Robert H. Howard, Portsea, Hants, painter.

James Oldfield, Portsea, Hants, carrier.

Gowen Wilson, Kingston upon Hull, staymaker.

Alexander Furguson, Maidstone, Kent, saddler.

William Wight, Milton-next-Gravesend, Kent, lodging house keeper.

William Edkins, Broom, Warwickshire, grocer.

Thomas Standwell, Casterton, Rutlandshire, farmer.