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19) India:

     1) document Calcutta dated 1 may 1830 court of insolvent debtors, before sir Charles Edward Grey knight chief

          justice of the supreme court, whereby Henry Howard in garrison at fort William province of Bengal, band master

          of the 16e regiment Infantry petition for relief because what he owes is double what he owns in estate and effects.

          Court will appoint assignee and place advertisement in newspaper preventing him ending in prison or pursued

          by creditors. [India-1/4] 

    2) document Calcutta dated 20 october 1831 court of insolvent debtors, before sir Edward Ryan knight justice of

          the supreme court, in case of insolvency John Palmer and company, whereby sir Charles Theophilus Metcalfe

          baronet request to be removed from the assigneeship which was approved by the court. The court ordered the

          examiner Patrick O’Hanlon to publish in 3 different times this order in the Governement Gazette. With it letter

          dated 18 november 1831 from examiner O’Hanlon that he has published the order on 3 different times in the

          Governement Gazette. [India-5/8]

     3) document Calcutta dated 2 february 1833 court of insolvent debtors, before sir Edward Ryan knight justice of

          the supreme court, whereby the court ordered the sheriff of the town Calcutta to discharge Premehund Day late

          of Boniapooker in the suburbs of the town Calcutta Podar, from the common prison of Calcutta because of the

          monies he owed to Hurrymohun Ghose, Benjamin Preston and Dyalchund Bysack. [India-9/10]

    4) document Calcutta dated 22 june 1833 court of insolvent debtors, before sir Edward Ryan knight justice of the

          supreme court, whereby Mark Lackersteen formerly of Jacksons Ghaut street in town of Calcutta, carrying on

          business with others as Lackersteen and company late of Chinahazar Gully in town of Calcutta as marine store

          keepers, and now of the Danish settlement of Serampore in the province, petitioned for relief. The court ordered

          the examiner Patrick O’Hanlon the enquire into the truth of the schedule what petitioner had filed with this court

          on 14 september 1832. [India-11/13]

     5) document Calcutta dated 5 december 1833 court of insolvent debtors, before sir John Peter Grant knight justice

          of the supreme court, in case of insolvency of William Fairlie Clark, William Melville, John Gilmore and William

          Frederick Fergusson trading as merchants and agents, that the court appoint the following as assignees: 1) William

          Calville of Calcutta indigo planter, 2) Joseph Ousely of Calcutta a captain in the honorable company’s military

          service and 3) Elliot Macnaghten of Calcutta esquire. Court ordered the assignees to submit a list of the estate and

          effects what amounts to halve of the money owed. Patrick O’Hanlon was the common assignee. [India14/17]

     6) document Calcutta dated 18 april 1834 court of insolvent debtors, before sir John Peter Grant knight justice of the

          supreme court, in case of insolvency of William Ainslie, that on application of Hagg and Sander attorneys on behalf

          of William Ainslie, the court orders Patrick O'Hanlon to enquire about the schedule and the value of the property

          and estate, to warrant William Ainslie petition. [India-18/20]

     7) document Calcutta dated 15 november 1836 court of insolvent debtors, before sir Benjamin Heath Malkin knight

          justice of the supreme court, in the case of George Richard Prendagast Becker late of Sangur in province of

          Bundeleund afterwards of Berhampore in province of Bengal, lieutenant in the 4th regiment of native Infantry in

          service of East India Company in their Bengal establishment, upon his petition the court appoints John Wallis

          Alexander esquire as assignee, and orders that the common assignee Patrick O'Hanlon hands over to the new

          assignee all affairs in this matter. [India-21/23]

     8) document Calcutta dated 18 november 1837 court of insolvent debtors, before sir Edward Ryan knight justice of

          the supreme court, in case of petition by Peter Foster of Hankkoliad? Gully in town of Calcutta ship builder and

          owner, seeking relief of his debts on application of the attorney Shaw. In declaration of his assignee John Wallis

          Alexander was stated that his property believed to be half of his debt whereby the court issued a certificate in

          this order. [India-24/26]

     9) document fort William in Bengal dated 8 october 1838, court of relief, before John William Templer esquire, civil

          and session judge, Charles Garstin esquire acting judge and John Campbell Dick esquire collector all of Patna

          lieutenant colonel Walter Alexander Yates and captains Henry C. Barnard, S. Blundell and John J. Somerville all

          of the 51st regiment of native Infantry, in case of petition of Thomas Box insolvent later of Dinapore a lieutenant

          in a compagnie of European regiment, that Thomas Box is to return to court without delay together with his

          commission. [India-27/29]

     10) document Calcutta dated 19 september 1842, court of relief for insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel

          knight chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of petition by Lewis Wilton Lackersteen formerly of the port

          of Calcutta mariner, afterwards of the upper province of India assistant Indigo planter late of of Jeretta Bazar in

          town of Calcutta foreman to Lackersteen and Company ship chandler but now prisoner in the common gaol of

          Calcutta, whereby Marshall and Waller attorneys seeking relief on his behalf, where upon the court orders

          publication in several newspapers to call for not only the main creditor but also others to be heared with the

          prisoner on a specific hearing day. [India-30/32]

     11) document Calcutta dated 7 january 1843, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of James Colquhoun, James Church and Hugh Colquhoun late of the

          town of Calcutta merchants and agents trading business in partnership in Mangoe Lane in town of Calcutta in

          Bengal under the name of Boyd and company, that on declaration of their assignee John Wallis Alexander esquire

          orders a hearing day and publication in several newspapers. [India-33/35]

     12) document Calcutta dated 7 january 1843, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Andrew Hervey late of Barrackpore in the 24 Pergunnalis in

          province of Bengal, a major now a lieutenant colonel in the 65th regiment of native Infantry in military service of

          East India Company lately commanding said regiment, seeking relief as insolvent debtor, that on declaration of his

          assignee John Wallis Alexander esquire orders a hearing day and publication in several newspapers. [India-36/38]

     13) document Calcutta dated 31 january 1843, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Raphael Belilios lately carrying on trade in Pollock street in town of

          Calcutta as a merchant, at present residing at the Danish settlement of Serampore in province of Bengal, against

          whom was lodged an adjudication of insolvency, where upon the court on petition of the assignee John Wallis

          Alexander esquire orders that Simon Hyem Isaac being served to personally attend before this court to be examined

          about the estate and effects of the said insolvent. [India-39/40]

     14) document Calcutta dated 9 may 1843, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight chief

          justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Henry st. Amour late of Cassia Bagaun in the 24 Pergunnalis an assistant

          in the Englishman Press Office but not a prisoner confined in the common gaol of Calcutta, whereby Downing and

          Owen attorneys seeking relief on his behalf and certificates of the prison and Patrick O'Hanlon esquire examiner of

          this court, orders the court a hearing day and publication in newspapers and that the prisoner being brought before

          them on that hearing day. [India-41/43]

     15) document Calcutta dated 5 augustus 1843, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case George Richard Prendagast Becker late of Sangar in province of

          Bundeleund afterwards of Berhampore in province of Bengal a lieutenant in the 4th regiment of native Infantry in

          service of East India Company on their Bengal estalishment, is entitled for relief of his insolvency, that upon petition

          of his assignee Robert O'Dowda he has filed papers with this court to further his benefits. [India-44/45]

     16) document Calcutta dated 6 december 1845, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of William Rushton late of Hare street in town of Calcutta and factory of

          fort William in province of Bengal printer and book seller, seeking relief that upon petition of Robert O'Dowda esquire

          his assignee, orders the court a hearing day and publication in newspapers. [India-46/48]

     17) document Calcutta dated 9 january 1846, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight chief

          justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Benjamin Walter Lazarus lately of Cossitollah in town of Calcutta cabinet

          maker now a prisoner confined in common gaol of Calcutta, that seeking relief appoints the court as assignee Robert

          O'Dowda and orders Patrick O'Hanlon esquire common assignee of this court, to hand over to the new assignee all

          papers and publish that handover in the Calcutta Gazette. [India-49/50]

     18) document Calcutta dated 2 june 1847, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight chief

          justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Charles Thomas Osmond Woodford also as C.O. Woodford late of Jaun

          Bazar first Lane in town of Calcutta m.d. and surgeon but now a prisoner confined in the common gaol of Calcutta

          seeking benefit to provide relief, that his assignee Robert O. Dowda esquire is to provide articles on next hearing

          day of the court. [India-51/52]

     19) document Calcutta dated 31 july 1847, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight chief

          justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of John Fraser Lane later of the steamer Damodak in port of Calcutta mariner

          and insolvent, pleading for discharge from his large number of creditors, whereby the chief clerk of this court by his

          certificate states that his property are half of his debts and the creditors has consented. The court orders that the

          insolvent being discharged forever and this to be published in several newspapers. [India-53/56]

     20) document Calcutta dated 4 december 1847, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Robert William George Frith and Henry Frederick Boucher late

          merchants traders resideing at the Strand road near Colvins Phaut ion town of Calcutta, whereby Robert William

          George Frith was entitled to relief of his insolvency and that his assignee John Allan has filed with the court papers

          for the court to be examined. [India-57/58]

     21) document Calcutta dated 22 january 1851, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Arrakiel Agabeg of Armenion street in Calcutta merchant lately in

          Copartuership with Joseph Agabeg, Johannes Agabeg, Avetiek Galstin and Mackentiek Agabeg seeking benefit for

          relief of his insolvency due to circumstances, whereby the court orders that Arrakiel Agabeg and his family submit

          to them all the papers they have relating to their company - property and debts - within the limits East India

          Company to the value of 300 Rupees which is the value of their company. [India-59/61]

     22) document Calcutta dated 2 augustus 1851, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of John Lyall the elder, John Rennie, John Lyall the younger and

          Colin Wilson Macrae lately merchants at Cliue street in town of Calcutta under the name of Lyall Matheson and

          Company together with Robert Lyall the younger late of Calcutta now residing in Great Britain, seeking entitlements

          for relief of their insolvensy, whereby on petition of their assignee John Cochrane esquire has filed the papers with

          this court and they have ordered an hearing day and to be published in newspapers. [India-62/64]

     23) document Calcutta dated 2 augustus 1851, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Arrakiel Agabeg of Armenion street in Calcutta merchant lately in

          Copartuership with Joseph Agabeg, Johannes Agabeg, Avetiek Galstin and Mackentiek Agabeg all insolvent as

          per document 22-1-1851, has filed a separate petition for relief, whereby the court orders a hearing day for the

          said insolvents and to be published in newspapers. [India-65/67]

     24) document Calcutta dated 1 november 1851, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Edward Hickie late a clerk in the Commissioner of Customs office

          Piljie in the north west provinces and also a partner in the late firm Douglas and company of Meeneet also in the

          north west provinces wine merchant and now of College square in the town of Calcutta, seeking benefit of the act

          after he has filed for relief of his insolvency on 15-8-1851, orders the court an hearing day. [India-68/70]

     25) document Calcutta dated 14 february 1852, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Joseph Henry Moore Harvard formerly of Beneras sub deputy

          opium agent in service of East India Company afterwards of Boitakannah in town of Calcutta carrier and a

          passenger carriage proprietor in de Strand road in town of Calcutta under the name Equirotal Waggon Transit

          Company now Patna senior surveyor of the Patna government opium agency but at present residing in the Circular

          road in town of Calcutta trader, seeking benefit of the act upon petition for relief due to his insolvency, whereby the

          court orders that he his personal discharged from it, but liable for some company debts. [India-71/73]

     26) document Calcutta dated 5 march 1853, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight chief

          justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of John Peter Sylva sued by the name of J.P. Sylva a prisoner confined for

          debt in common gaol of Calcutta but late of Meerut in north west provinces trading as wine merchant under name

          of Sylva and company, seeking benefit from his insolvency, orders the court the insolvent being personally

          discharged from it after hearing that day. [India-74/75]

     27) document Calcutta dated 2 july 1853, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight chief

          justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Joseph Henry Moore Harvard formerly of Benaras sub deputy opium

          agent in service of East India Company afterwards of Boitakannah in town of Calcutta carrier and a passenger

          carriage proprietor in de Strand road in town of Calcutta under the name Equirotal Waggon Transit Company now

          Patna senior surveyor of the Patna government opium agency but at present residing in the Circular road in town

          of Calcutta trader and insolvent, upon petition of his attorney orders the court an hearing day. [India-76/78]

     28) document Calcutta dated 22 september 1854, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of James Francis Corcoran late of Garden Reach in the suburbs of

          Calcutta at present resideing at Ballards buildings Chawringhee road in the town of Calcutta translator in employ of

          Lollah Jooteepersand, seeking benefit of his insolvency by petition, that the court approve that he amend his

          schedule papers filed with this court. [India-79/80]

     29) document Calcutta dated 10 february 1855, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight

          chief justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Francis Bailey, Robert Thomas, James Stewart Blaikie, Scott Richard

          Dodd and Charles Martin lately merchants and brokers under the firm Hickey Bailey and company, seeking benefit

          from their insolvency, whereby upon petition of their assignee John Cochrane the court orders a hearing day and

          to be published in newspapers. [India-81/83]

     30) document Calcutta dated 3 march 1855, court for relief of insolvent debtors, before sir Lawrence Peel knight chief

          justice in fort William in Bengal, in case of Francis Bailey, Robert Thomas, James Stewart Blaikie, Scott Richard Dodd

          and Charles Martin lately merchants and brokers under the firm Hickey Bailey and company, seeking further relief that

          upon petition of their assignee John Cochrane the court adjourned the hearing day to a later date that is 10 march

          1855. [India-84/85]