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  • * Victoria County History *

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    General index A-J

    , East Lond. Irish Free Sch. , Minories , Eastbourne , Suss., n , Easter , High, Essex , n Easterbrook , John, Easton (Royal) , Wilts ., Eastwood , Essex , Eaton , in Appleton , Berks ., Ebbsfleet

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1700-31 December 1700

    202; and see Fleet, Sir John. -, Secretary of. See Blackborne. East Indies , 419, 420, 443, 454, 488, 741. Easterbrook , Joseph, petition of, 561. Eastwick , , 466, XXIII. Eccles , , 326. Eccleston , Theodor, petition of,

    Index Of Persons And Places, E, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    387 merchants in London exporting, petition of, 381. ships from, seized, 427, 464. And see India Subject Index East India. Easterbrook , Thomas, tidesman at Padstow, 492. Easthampstead . See Windsor Forest. Eaton , Jos., a surety for Customs, petition

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    subject, Easterbrook, and was put to death by the orthodox method of hanging. The man who killed Easterbrook enjoyed the euphonious namne of Yuhmaga, and escaped; his younger brother has undergone the penalty of death. It would seem that Easterbrook Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the petty Scasions yos- terday, two youths, named respectively William Smith and Charles Poele, were charged with violently assaulting P'olice-acorstable Easterbrook. Between twelve and one o'clock on the previous Sunday morning a number of youths, of whom the defendants were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bersy Street, and was very disorderly. As he would not go out when ordered by Mr. Tudor, the landlord, Polleoeonetable Easterbrook was called in, and while attemptlh to put him ou, the prisoner streok him In the fae, and adso Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street, elG90 7A E a Stass, sritonledl to Stampiug Scrow IKeys alid 791 other 'feels.-Apply by letter, statisg M'3gCB, to. Easterbrook, Alirard, anid Wild, lSeoticled .7S____ _ i 'MJANTEPD, MasIv used-to Haroeco Ornitenot.lmtanufaetsirlstg, r to the~ls~5l5 , Lathe, &e. Also, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miansell, 0, Wlhittalt Street. c2lii CIAt~iGE-A~oI'7,iker,--ssueda stssdy Workmani.- S~sANTD.a iImiacustusd t SampngScresw Keys an11 o~ler oot -~spy b l~te, oatmogwagsto Easterbrook, 7~~i~Nasmed.mood t a crsv-cttiigLatlse,-Apply, Dasniell Wmld.Olne asceustomned to ointlonmakingbo iia ra d pr sd-e.Libsfmsl Wsfir,? ems,! Comistant empsloymnent Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    On the fixed signals of railways, 1874

    patents came out within three days of each other, Mr. Easterbrook being three days later than Mr. Saxby . The same action was taken, and on this occasion Mr. Easterbrook was worsted. The result was most unsatisfactory to the public. Subscribers-only content

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