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Isham William James Baggs

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1848 Insolvent. 'Isham William James Baggs, late of No. 23, Acton-street, Gray's-inn-road, Middlesex, Civil Engineer.- In the Queen's Prison.'[1]

1848 Insolvent. 'Isham William James Baggs (known and sued as Isham Baggs, committed as William James Baggs), formerly of No. 12, King-square, Goswell-road, then of No. 34, Spencer-street, Goswell-road, then of No. 21, Wharton-street, Pentouville, then of No. 25, Granviller-square, Pentonville, all in Middlesex, then of Royal-crescent, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire,' then of No. 25, Granville-square, Pentonville aforesaid, then of No. 7, Claremont-row, Penton-street, Claremont-square, Pentonville, then of No. 8, Great Percy-street, Claremont-square, Pentonville, and whilst there for a short period lodging at the, Kent Hotel, Brownlow-street, Holborn, then of No. 1, Holford-street, Pentonville, then of No. 31, Great. Percy-street, Bedford-square, all in Middlesex, then of the Stork Hotel, Birmingham, Warwickshire, then of the Junction Hotel, Bishopstoke, Hampshire, then of No. 31, Great Percy-street, Bedford-square aforesaid, then and, late of No. 23, Acton-street, Gray's-inn-road, both in Middlesex, Philosophical Chymist, Civil Engineer, Projector and part Patentee of Scientific Inventions, and latterly also a Lecturer on Scientific Subjects, and a Surveyor, a Prisoner in the Queen's Prison.'[2]

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