(i) Joseph Winter, esq., James Ramsbotham, merchant, and the Reverend Robert Smethurst, clerk, all of Stand within Pilkington, co. Lancaster.
(ii) Harriette Barker of the city of Chester, widow.
(iii) Samuel Bayley of Manchester, esq., and David Harrison of Staley Bridge, merchant, both of co. Lancaster, assignees of the estate of Samuel Knight and James Knight both of Mold, co. Flint, bankers and co-partners, dealers, and chapmen, bankrupts.
(iv) The said James Knight, the bankrupt.
(v) Frederick Charles Philips of Rhual, co. Flint, esq.
(vi) Rev. Robert Wynne Eyton, vicar of Llangollen, co. Denbigh, clerk.
(vii) Samuel Edge of Manchester aforesaid, gent.
(viii) Philip Humberston of the city of Chester, gent.
Capital messuage called Rhual in the township of Gwernafield [Gwernaffield], lands thereto belonging called the pump field, the Pigeon House field, the Wood, another piece called the Wood, The Meadow and the rough therein, the Belan Wood, another wood adjoining thereto, the Butt and Sand Field, the Wood in the latter, and two other pieces called the Wood and the Obelisk Field, in the townships of Gwernafield and Gwsaney [Gwysaney], and a capital messuage called Remal issa [sic] and lands called Cae Hugh Thomas, the plantation adjoining to Coitia Lloi Fynnon, Pym Cyfer, Coitia Mwyn Fynnon, Ddol y trawst, Ddol, and Wyth Cyfer, a messuage called Bryn and lands called Llannerch bach and rough, Llannerch fawr, the plantation, Tyn y twll, Bryn Dafydd gorn, and the Walk field, two cottages at Bellan and lands called Erw ucha, erw bach, erw Issa, and Gwerglodd bach, a cottage and lands called Erw Coitia Isa, Erw Coitia ucha, and Erw wrth ben y ty, two cottages and gardens, a piece of wood land called Bellan Wood, lands called Gwerglodd bach and Gwerglodd tws [sic] yr afon, a cottage and garden at Bellan and lands called Erw with [sic] ban y ty and Erw ucha, and a plantation adjoining to the river Allyn, in the township of Gwernafield, all in the parish of Mold.