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R. Mcrcs.

R. Mcrcs.

Upon the application of the Bankrupt, R. Hicks, of Lower Belgrave-street, for his certificate, the Cora missioner said he scarcely knew how to deal with the case. No creditors' assignee had been chosen, and consequently the terms of the act of parliament could not be complied wi
May 27, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CHAUZLES FARMER.

CHAUZLES FARMER.

The bankrupt, Charles Farmer, ironmonger, of Edgware-road, applied for his certificate. His capital, consisting of stock, &c., had been 3,167/. 15:.; debts, 5,732/. Bs. .property, 1,343/. 18s. 7d., and good debts, 150/. His expenses had been 5,921/. 4s. Bd.; and losses, 555/. Bs
May 27, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR. THURSDAY, Ist JUNE.

CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR. THURSDAY, Ist JUNE.

CIITIrBERTSON, Andrew Gray, Peneaitland, Haddington, to elect Trustee, at one. George Inn, Haddington. C. 6 May; p. 16. MACFA.RLAN, John Kilmun, to elect Trustee, at one. Heron's Argyle Inn, Dunvon. C. 6 May, p. 16. William, Glasgow, Tea Merchant, deceased, to elect Trustee, at
May 27, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
LIFE ASSURANCE for ALL CLASSES. 'ENGLISH WIDOWS' FUND and GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION. CAPITAL, £200,000. President—lnt-H. the Duke of CAMBRIDGE,

LIFE ASSURANCE for ALL CLASSES. 'ENGLISH WIDOWS' FUND and GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION. CAPITAL, £200,000. President—lnt-H. the Duke of CAMBRIDGE,

K.G. Vice Presidents, The Most Hon. the Marquess of NORTHAMPTON. The Right Hon. Lord Viscount MORPETH, M.P. Chairman. Major General Sir GEORGE POLLOCK, G.C.B. Deputy Chairman—EDWAßD ESDAILE, Esq. Four Fifths of the profits divided amongst the assured on the profit scale. Premium
July 15, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR. ANOTHER "FREAK OF FORTUNE."

CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR. ANOTHER "FREAK OF FORTUNE."

William Muscroft, alias Roscoe, who, until recently, was employed as a day labourer on the Leeds and Thirsk Railway, about two months ago brought himself into public notice by stating that he had, through some deceased relative, become possessed of a large property, varying in a
July 15, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
GLOUCESTER QUARTER SESSIONS.

GLOUCESTER QUARTER SESSIONS.

THE " LADY " ADA ALICE WYAITILLE. This person, who obtained for herself so great and unenviable a notoriety by her recent conduct in Cheltenham, and at her trial at the last assizes on two charges of bigamy, when she was acquitted, was again placed at the bar at the last Glouces
July 15, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, 21 JULY. Object of Meeting. . Choice of trustee . Choice of trustee . Choice of trustee . Choice

FRIDAY, 21 JULY. Object of Meeting. . Choice of trustee . Choice of trustee . Choice of trustee . Choice

of trustee . Choice of trustee SATURDAY, 22 JULY. . To decide an offer
July 15, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
Vartnerobipo Jaicsoolbett.

Vartnerobipo Jaicsoolbett.

Vartnerobipo In England. ADAMS, ' John, and Edward YOUNG, Matlock, Derbyshire, General Practitioners in Medicine, &c.; debts received by J. Adams. Gazette, 14 • july. ADAMS, Thomas, and Joseph EDE,'Fleet-street, . Robe Makers; debts received and paid by J. • Ede. Gazette, 11 July
July 15, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR.

CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR.

should assist the insolvent, while he persisted in attributing his insolvency, by an allegation cruel • and untrue, to the very parent upon whose bounty he had lived for so many years. Mr. Evans, a tailor, complained of gross extravagance on the part of the insolvent, who had or
May 6, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR.

CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR.

same course of business as Overend, Gurney & Co., Sandersons and other large houses it was the general practice of bill-brokers to guarantee bills. Of the 41,000/. of liabilities at the time of their stoppage, about 16,000/. had since paid by the parties on whom the bills were d
May 6, 1848 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England