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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Q, R, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Mary ' s, i. g. 846 (51), 1081 (52); ii. g. 707 (50). -, Tanlocke, i. g. 846 (51). Reading Street , Kent. See Reding. Reamys , Steph., ii. 1067 (22): g. 266 (16). Reanes. See Rheims. Reason , John,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the late Henry Thomas Batterson, Esq., formerly of Wandsworth, Surrey, aged 95-On the 3rd inst., at his residence, Reading street, St Peter's, Thanet, William Crofts, Esq., 93-On the 10th inst., at Heavitree, Exeter, Miss Tbwaites, 95-On the 5th inst., Subscribers-only content

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    into the middle of the road, followed by deceased. Neway said, "I am one of the Black Gang out-of Reading Street," and they cloaed together, and in a moment deceasee cried out, BSutler (the landlord of the tnn), open the Subscribers-only content

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    the evidence that the prisonex was observed by a message boy in Mr. WlVtlace's employment carrying the mat down Reading Street. He followed her, and told Constahle Malone of the case. The constable arrested the prisoner with the mat in Subscribers-only content

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    three days, for loitering on the footway in Cheapside, after being requested to move on. Beawijnu. - William Smith, Reading street. New Tburmwston, and Stephen Smith, of Check*?tt's-r>ul. labourers, were "lummoned for brawling and shouting in Ratby-street, on the 2Sth Subscribers-only content

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    him into custody, and carried him to prison on a charge of has in.' violated the provisions of the Reading Street \ct. By that it was declared that if any |>crson shall, in the public street, fodder cattle, or dress Subscribers-only content

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