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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    on 177 prisoners; among them the followving received setence -of death:- William Brettel, for horse-stealing; James Tayl&, SImuel Rogers, Jafiies Breckon, William Harris, Frederick Bale, Edwaid Grifflith, and James Hawes, for stealing in dweiPing-houses; John Byfiord Smith John Wrwiht, Joseph Subscribers-only content

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    ant Watford, Hertford- sitdre, banker-MarcI 30, J Whijtcsi-e, Davies street, 13erkely square. watch ma- rnfacturer-April 17, G. Wt. Jino, Crickhowell, Breckon, banker-Malrct 30, 01. atir T. Bvers, M,tlnkvearmouth Stto-e. Sunder land, strip buildeis-March 30, W. Balshasw, Liverpool, joinuLr-Abltil 2nd, T., Subscribers-only content

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    then sent do wvn to Liverpool, with the object of procuring a captain for the little vessel. Ultimately, Captain Ricteard Breckon, a member of the Liverpool Mer- cantile Marine Association, and the all-bub successful can- didate for the schoolship Conway, Subscribers-only content

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    to fifteen months' hard labour, At a meeting of the Middlesborough Chamber of Comn mecae, on Wednesday, Mr. J. R. Breckon read a paper oa the uecendaty for more direot railway communication between the East Durham ooalleld end the Cleveland Subscribers-only content

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    could come to this country until matters in regard to rail- way rates were placed in a different position.- Mr. Breckon (Sunderlnd) moved ao aamendment to the effect that separate rote-boots should be kept by the com- -;pasoles showi~ng erminal Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Participant: JohnShaw [Shaw] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Participant: RobertGray [Gray] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Kildwick (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Breckon(Breckon) : undefined Participant: RichardBraithewaite [Braithwaite] Role: defence proctor Details: male Participant: ThomasEllenor [Ellinor] Role: witness Details: male; 66 Employment:

  • * British History Online *

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    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Interregnum & Commonwealth (1649-60)

    Thomas Cowper, butcher, son of Peter Cowper, butcher William Buckton, taylor, son of Simon Buckton, taylor Thomas Breckon, brickmaker, son of John Breckon William Faireburne, tailor, son of William Faireburne Marke Pepper, mercer, son of John Pepper, mercer Samuell Maisterman,

    Index, A-C

    279; Mark, 146, 147; Ric. 5; Sam. 79, 80; Will. 32, 37, 59, 72, 77, 79, 92 Breckan , Brecken, Breckon, Brekken, Bracken, Edm. 88; Joh. 64, 114; Tho. 114, 122; Will. 14, 64, 72 Brecks , Edw. 110 Bredall

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The University extension journal, 1890

    . The Earth's History How it is Written. 90 30 20 A. C. Seward , 31.A., St. John's College . Breckon , Francis O. * Bulmer , Kate D. Casebourne , Percy T. Cornforth , Isaac W. *Hair, William Hunter Subscribers-only content

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