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BROWN, WILLIAM HENRY.

BROWN, WILLIAM HENRY.

W. 11. Brown, late of the White Hart Inn, Sollthivark, has decamped, after defrauding his creditors. He is supposed to be living near Cambridge-heath. BURLTON. A Mr.Eurlton, of th Abbey-road, ig contracting debts, and when applied to, says, "he is not able to pay, and that he li
July 11, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
ROBERTS, Mrs

ROBERTS, Mrs

See Whitfield. ROULIEDGE, GEORGE—The Wigram Gang. A 'George Roulledge, who calls himself Captain Roulledge, it appears is the present head of the firm of "Alfred & Charles Hill & Co." alias " The Wigram Gang." This Roulledge bad formerly a small butcher's shop in lloxton, the St
July 11, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
As Members now avail themselves to a very great extent of the facilities afforded by the City of London Trade

As Members now avail themselves to a very great extent of the facilities afforded by the City of London Trade

Protection Society to make inquiries as to the responsibility of persons giving orders for goods, and otherwise for purposes comAted with business, and, as the making of such Inquiries generally involves the expense to the Society of several postages connected with each inquiry,
June 19, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
PROVO, LEONARD YEO.

PROVO, LEONARD YEO.

This person, who has been before mentioned in our Circulars, is now in prison, having been summarily convicted at the Clerkenwell Police Court on two cases of fraud, and sentenced to nine months imprisonment—six months on one case, and three months on the other.
June 19, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
TIGER SMITH.

TIGER SMITH.

Thomas Smith, alias Tiger Smith, Captain, 15th Bengal Native Infantry, who was convicted of defrauding Mr. Bishop, the gunmaker, and Mr. Almond, the army accoutrement maker ' of Bondstreet, was sentenced by Mr. Serjcant Adams, at the Middlesex Sessions, to four months' imprisonm
June 19, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
WOOD, MR.

WOOD, MR.

Mr. Wood of Greenside, Edinburgh, recently favored a Member with an order for China, &c. The order was not executed as it was found on enquiry that Wood's place of business was closed, that many people had been swindled by him, and that he had recently been a bankrupt. WOODWARD,
June 19, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
W. E., late of Charles-street, Middlesex Hospital, Patent Drying Machine Maker, supposed to be in Manchester, or Liverpool. KING, Charles,

W. E., late of Charles-street, Middlesex Hospital, Patent Drying Machine Maker, supposed to be in Manchester, or Liverpool. KING, Charles,

late of 15, Duke-street, Adelphi, Civil Engineer. LACON, Henry, late a landing waiter at the Custom House. LITTLEJOHN, Peter, Licensed Victualler, late of James-street, Liverpool. (Query, has he not gone to America?) W. J., late in employ of Messrs. Hunt of Whitehall. MACINTOSH,
June 19, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CITY- OF

CITY- OF

CITY - OF As Members now avail themselves to a very great extent of the facilities afforded by the City of London Trade Protection Society to make inquiries as to the responsibility Of persons giving orders for goods, and otherwise for purposes connected with business, and, as th
August 28, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
A. D. C.

A. D. C.

A. D. C 4, of 3, York-road, Lambeth, is advertising "Money to be advanced on Railway Shares, &c. &c." The address is a Mechanics' Coffee-house, and is quite unknown to the proprietor. ARCHER, & DATTS. See Richardson & Townshend. ANGERSTEIN, J. J. Angerstein, Esq. is inserting a
August 28, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CITY OF TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR.

CITY OF TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR.

MUTUAL LIFE CIETY, 39, King-st] 1834 ASSURANCE SO!et, Cheapside : established, S. Adams Beck, Esq. James Burchell, Esq. John Clayton, Esq. Solomon Cohen, Esq. John Cole, Esq. In. F. A. Delane; Esq. Sir Charles Douglas, M.P. Richard Godson, Esq. M.A., Q.C., A ct aa ry---,Peter Ha
July 1, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England