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  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, B, 16 December 1615-26 February 1618

    [Britteine ] -, Henry, 31 -, Richard, 224 Britteridge , Henry, 25 Brittingham , see Brettingham. Britwell , see Brickwell. Broadbottom , Robert , 220 Brocke [Brockes ] -, Eleanor, 139 -, Richard, 86 -, William, 139 Brockhurst , Francis,

    Sessions, 1617, 2 and 3 September, 24 April 1617-01 December 1617

    Thomas Church, John Hackin [Hackyn ] and Hannibal Mathewes, embroiderer, all of Chelsea, to be of good behaviour. Sureties: Robert Broadbottom, yeoman, and Andrew Clarke, tailor, both of the same. Sess. Roll 560/95, 99, 101. Sess. Reg. 2/442, 443. Thomas

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moercers-J., C., and G. Mullins, Stawerton row, Newington, pawnbrokers; as far as regards J. Mullins - H. and S. Harsiand, Broadbottom bridge, Chariesworth, Derbyshire, coton spinners-W. Patten and C Coward, Little Knight Rmier street, lass mercbants-W. Tait and W. Mtilligan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MURDERS. - HORRIBLE MURDER AND SUICIDE OF THE MUIL- DEREn.-At about six o'clock on Monday morping intense excitement prevailed in the neighbourhood of the New road, Bermondsey, through a report that a murder had just been committed. The wretched Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    row. T. Caldicott, Newport, Monmouthahire, grocer. [Leman, Baid. win street, Bristol. C. A. Bradbury, Stockpozt, draper. [Baddeley, Stothport. Betty Thorniley, Broadbottom, Cheshire, grocer. [Bower and Back, Chancery lane. J. Ellis, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, brush maker. [Payne and Co. Albion street, Leeds. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the more money they gave easy the more they made." The only surviving, son is Mr John Grant, of Broadbottom, near Mottram. VIcE-ADMIRnnAL SeR CHARLES MACcoLr died at Brighton on the 14th inst., in the sixty-ninth year of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LANCASHIRE DISTRESS. Mr Farnall's weekly report on Monday, to theCentral Execntive Relief Committee, was as follows: The distress which pervades the cotton manufacturing district has now reached the Unions of the Fylde and Garstang nad the township of Subscribers-only content

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