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  • * British History Online *

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    (18). Brigham , Thos., 998. Brighton (Brythemston), Sussex, 1078. Brightwell (Brytewell), 1091. Brill Closez , pastur e called, 20, 95. Brines. See Byrnes. Brinkburn (Brenkborne, Brekenborne), Nthld., 364 (p. 139), 1238 (p. 516). -, Wm. Hogeson, prior of, 364 (p.

    Henry VIII, June 1536, 11-20, 11 June 1536-20 June 1536

    remain in Wexford and Fernis Castle, who will be able to win the castles, & c. of the Kewanaghes and Brines. Master Treasurer will not trouble Cromwell with any overthwartness or such brabbling. Trusts all will be reformed. Cromwell should

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they may think fit. Thle provisional authorities are taking the best measures for the happi- ness of die people in Brines and the common people are employed in clearing out the numerous canals which intersect the town. Ihere positively assert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ice ofladsi the Nhourth-oot pr ovince Cl9 It n epeced hatatlleust furatlo offcio wit llv be iscatloed bthoat Bfeoasdsen ai Brines Colupabias repr whicolthis Collelsnd will ole cc1f t tell d In5 aeredoftioracio laiela iner Mnsber spitg the evecage pat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sitields. Lndon, Siiu-ger Sanufacttriag Comapany, Sharp, Jnens, and Cs.. Boot-no FotIo-heand Company F moroshyos Cemecoto Company, Andiersits a ulaudry Corepsoly, Brines oxygen Company, Len- Static -heui-igh. don,. oIfric-a Mr. A3. Wilson, Mcibos. net, Merh. Bag., have been sPctirs,i o.- Oscars) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to render a further outbreak of the fire Ins. P.s lble. Since the burning of the celebrated clipper ship 3Cames Brines, In the Huskisson Dock, there has never been reese eixlety evinced and excitement oanssd than by this -event, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bytrusLdy 7 2 1Bangle;.6 0; Illyterin L .. 7 2 I s feremy Diddler- Theolxr.lda , 7 2 Exile of Brines dam. 6 0 Lady 'Ic Trafford 7 2 Caroliues..I .6 7 Cla:ulers... . 70 anns Shore a 07 Oaslurs Subscribers-only content

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