System Number: 08964
Date: 26 March 1879
Author: Richard Wright
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: PD/Ms
BROMPTON COUNTY COURT OF MIDDLESEX.
HOLDEN AT THE COURT HOUSE, WHITEHEAD'S GROVE, CHELSEA.
BETWEEN William Achong.
36 Maxwell Road.
Artist Chelsea DEFENDANT
[circular stamp, on right: ] COUNTY COURT OF MIDDLESEX/ [crown]/ BROMPTON
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT A COUNTY COURT, TO BE HOLDEN AT THE COURT HOUSE, WHITEHEAD'S GROVE, CHELSEA, ON THE 29 DAY OF April 1879, AT THE HOUR OF TEN IN THE FORENOON, TO ANSWER THE PLAINTIFF TO A CLAIM THE PARTICULARS OF WHICH ARE HEREUNTO ANNEXED.
DATED THIS 26 DAY OF March 1879.
REGISTRAR OF THE COURT.
TO THE DEFENDANT
|DEBT OR CLAIM||8||10||10|
|COSTS OF PLAINT.||10|
[Four lines of legal small print, not transcribed]
[p. 2] 'Mr Whistler
The White House
36 Maxwell Road'
[circular stamp:] COUNTY COURT OF MIDDLESEX / [crown] / BROMPTON
£ S d
2. William Achong
William Achong (b. 1826), chinese laundryman [more]. JW was declared 'insolvent' on 6 May 1879 and this document came with JW's bankruptcy papers to James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more]. Achong was among the creditors listed by Rose (#11926) and by the London Bankruptcy Court (7 May 1879, #11711).
3. 'Mr Whistler
This sheet was written in another hand, with the stamp of the Court over some of the text.