John Harris

Northampton Mercury Saturday 05 April 1800

To the CREDITORS and DEBTORS of John HARRIS the Younger, late of CASTLETHORPE, Bucks, Blacksmith and Shopkeeper.
WHEREAS the said JOHN HARRIS hath lately executed an Assignment, (in Trust for the general and equal Benefit all his Creditors) the Whole of his Estate and Effects, unto Messrs. Line, of Cosgrove; and Thomas Vernon, Towcester, Northamptonshire, Yeoman: All therefore having Claims on the aforesaid, are desired forthwith to deliver thereof, either to the laid Assignees, or Mr. Arrowsmith, Attorney, in Newport-Pagnell, ; and also, within one Month from the Date hereof, to execute the said Trust Deed, (left for that at the Office of the laid Mr. Arrowsmith,) otherwise they will be excluded all Benefit arising therefrom; the Insolvent's Estate being intended immediately thereafter to be put in Distribution. And all those who stand indebted to the said Estate, are likewise desired to discharge their respective Debts within the Time above-mentioned, Proceedings will be taken to Recovery thereof without further Notice

NEWPORT PAGNELL, 2d April, 1800.