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  1. John Restow, Deception > bankrupcy, 16th May 1711.

    John Restow of St. Mary Matfellin, Whitechappel , was indicted for Felony, in concealing and moving away his Goods to the Value of 500 l. with an Intent to defraud his Creditors (after he had been declared a Bankrupt) contrary to an Act of Parliament made ...
  2. Richard Towne, Deception > bankrupcy, 10th December 1712.

    Richard Towne of London, Tallow Chandler , was indicted for Felony, upon the late Statute against fraudulent Concealment by Bankrupts . It was plainly proved that he had contracted Debts; that a Statute was thereupon taken out, and that he did send away hi...
  3. William Montgomery, Deception > bankrupcy, 26th October 1752.

    549. (L.) William Montgomery was indicted for that he, at the general sessions of our Lord the King held at Guildhall, before Sir Robert Ladbrooke , Knt. Lord Mayor of the city of London, and others, did, on the 27th of September, 1748 , there swear that h...
  4. Alexander Thompson, Deception > bankrupcy, 15th January 1756.

    88. (L.) Alexander Thompson , embroiderer, dealer and chapman , was indicted, for that he becoming a bankrupt, within the meaning of the several acts of parliament relating to bankrupts, he owing his creditors to the amount of 200 l. and upwards, did not s...
  5. John Perrott, Deception > bankrupcy, 21st October 1761.

    306 (L) John Perrott , merchant , was indicted, for that he having become a bankrupt; after which he did conceal, embezzle , and remove his effects, to above the value of 20 l. * Counsel. We will first prove the prisoner a trader, and that he owed a debt, ...
  6. JAMES BULLOCK, Deception > bankrupcy, 16th September 1807.

    584. JAMES BULLOCK was indicted for that he on the 14th of May in the forty seventh year of his Majesties reign, and for six months before, was and had been a wine and spirit merchant, dealer and chapman, that he being such trader became indebted to John C...