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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and coal uner-. cltst-october i6, J Navlor, ?dsncbe-ter, wire worker- October 6, C. J. Adams, Oxford, anctioueer-Fleb.21, WV L. Prattm.sn, Butterknowle Loege, andI .M. Forster, Copley, Dur ham, wood merchants-October IB, J. Petley, Tewkesbury, (flolcestershire, draper- October 20, J. Waddell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of all the English thi cathedrals, The trial of the men charged with the murder of l a police-sorgeant at Butterknowle was concluded hi at Durham Assizos yesterday. The jury found tli SIDDLE and LowSoN guilty, and HonDGoN not is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yesterday, Josnrir LowsoN~ was C executed for the murder of Police-sergaeait W. bei Smrrn1T, who was stonud to death at Butterknowle tio ,m~7 in February last. Whbilst being pinioned the con- exI You deemned man said that SIDDLE, who has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was hanged at eight o'cloCk Yoesptrir d morning, in Durham Gaol, for the murder OFehr1 is sergeant William Smith, at Butterknowle, in trui b- last. Three men, of whom Low sonM, 'vere trio r. for complicity in the crime. One, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Barnard Uastle Police Court, and remanded on suspicion of being concerned in the bratal murder of Police-sergeant Smifithl, at Butterknowle, on Satuirday might. Lawson and Siddle, two other prisonors, vwer brought up later in the day at Staindrop, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II - volume 20, October 1660, 01 October 1660-31 October 1660

    opportunity, to relieve her from the incumbrances of these malignant times. 106. Mary, wife of Thos. Lambert. For lease of Butterknowle Coal Pit, late Sir Hen. Vane's, and Thickley Farm, late Rob. Lilburne's, both co. Durham, worth 200 l . Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 29 May 1660-31 May 1661

    , Hen. Prudence Butlership , office of Butt , John, petition of Butter , Nath., petition of Butterfield , Hen. Butterknowle coal pit Butterworth , Wm., letter of Wm. (of London), petition of Mr. (clothmaker) Buttolph , Thos., petitions of Subscribers-only content

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