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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Egham

    95 when the property included, besides the manor, a farm called Trottesworth Farm and closes called Hollymore Field, Knowle Field, Furzey Field, Blackshill Field, Reversfield, Packers Land, Lamsley Hill , Hams Mead , Horse Mead , One Brock , Holly

  • * British History Online *

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    The Radical Club, and other papers

    of the persons arrested then follows several names and among them James Furzey [ sic ] , and the writer observes that it seemed to be believed, that Furzey was the man who murdered the Policeman, as a dagger with

    State Papers, 1658, June (1 of 6), 01 June 1658-30 June 1658

    State Papers, 1658 June (1 of 6) June (1 of 6) Secretary Thurloe to Henry Cromwell, lord deputy of Ireland. In the possession of the right hon. the earl of Shelburn. May it please your Excellency, I have little

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or not; if not, the police were certainly justified in dispersing it. The jury would also consider, whether the prisoner, Furzey, had given the blow; and if so, whether he had received such adegree of provocation as to justify him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the prisoner-H. Brooks was called up: Could not swear that the dagger now shown to him was the one which Furzey hadi i his hand, and with which he was stabbed by him; it was one similar to it. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that there could be no doubt of the illegality of the meeting before any riot occurTed. The Judge who tried Furzey was not so certain upon this point as the learned Lord Althorp, and left it in his charge to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pugilist was occasioned by exertion and fatigue, and not by the blats he had received. OLD BAILEY.-SATURDAY, JUxL 6. George Furzey, who was acquitted on Thnrsday week on thi capital charge of cutting and Maiming, was put to the. barto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thing-so nice is English justice, and to such fine scruples does she trim her scales. The Morning Chronicle stated that Furzey had been identified as the murderer of Cully. The fudge here was in the substance of the paragraph, and Subscribers-only content

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