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1829 WILLIAM  SCOTT,  of  the  City  of  Bristol,  Merchant  and Ship-Builder,  Dealer  and  Chapman  (carrying  on  trade  in Partnership    with  his  son,  [[James  Mullins Scott]],  in the  saidbusiness  of  a Ship-Builder, under  the  firm  of  [[William  Scott and  Son]]),  that  he is in insolvent circumstances  and  is  unable to  meet  his engagements with  his  creditors<ref>London Gazette 22 December 1829</ref>
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1829 Notice of bankruptcy filed by WILLIAM  SCOTT,  of  the  City  of  Bristol,  Merchant  and Ship-Builder,  Dealer  and  Chapman  (carrying  on  trade  in Partnership    with  his  son,  [[James  Mullins Scott]],  in the  saidbusiness  of  a Ship-Builder, under  the  firm  of  [[William  Scott and  Son]]),  that  he is in insolvent circumstances  and  is  unable to  meet  his engagements with  his  creditors<ref>London Gazette 22 December 1829</ref>
  
 
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1829 Notice of bankruptcy filed by WILLIAM SCOTT, of the City of Bristol, Merchant and Ship-Builder, Dealer and Chapman (carrying on trade in Partnership with his son, James Mullins Scott, in the saidbusiness of a Ship-Builder, under the firm of William Scott and Son), that he is in insolvent circumstances and is unable to meet his engagements with his creditors[1]

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  1. London Gazette 22 December 1829