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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yno. Byddai yn dda fod mwy o gyfarfodydd o'r natur yma yn cael eu cynal gan bob enwad. Yn Sunderland Bridge rhoddodd rheithwyr ar drengholiad y ddedfryd ganlynol ar un fu farw o dan effeithiau diodydd meddwol:-" Yr ydym yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCCURRENCES. ELOPEMENTs.-On Sunday morning, long before the chime of the church bells, a handsome well-appointed Broogham, driven by a smart young " tiger" in blue livery, was observed drawn up in Belgrave square. After some time a young ladv, Subscribers-only content

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    place the rev. delinquent had been officially connected. The paper states that the rev. gentleman had been staying at Sunderland Bridge, a village out of Dar- ham, where the woman was living at service, and from that place they decamped Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEAP FROM SUNDERLAND BRIDGE. n- r- i - - - _ .. . un W ednesday a stout-hearted sailor took a leap from the centre of the famous cast-iron bridge at Suaderland, which is 100 feet above the water-and that, Subscribers-only content

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    penalties. The county of Durham has latterly occupied a bad pre-eminenco in crime. At a coroner's illiiest held at Sunderland Bridge, on Tuesday, the Jury returned the follolving verdict .-" That deceased came to his death by a fall while Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Reminiscences of a commercial traveller., 1886

    a straight run down hill of about two miles to a river which was crossed by a bridge called Sunderland Bridge , which is only wide enough to allow one vehicle to pass over. The road turns round very sharp Subscribers-only content

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