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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Brighton (Australia) 728091911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Brighton (Australia) BRIGHTON, a watering-place of Bourke
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  • National Bank of New Brighton v. Nebecker by John Marshall Harlan Syllabus 825237Twin City National Bank of New Brighton v. Nebecker — SyllabusJohn
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  • _Frederick William18161853English clergyman; known as Robertson of Brighton 'The Influence of Poetry on the Working Classes “Robertson, Frederick
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Brighton (England) 728101911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Brighton (England) BRIGHTON, a municipal, county and
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  • IV.;" Jesse's "Life of Brummell;" "Boxiana;" "Pugilistica;" Harper's "Brighton Road;" Robinson's "Last Earl of Barrymore" and "Old Q.;" Rice's "History
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  • Edward Verrall Lucas Brighton 579018Highways and Byways in Sussex — BrightonEdward Verrall Lucas CHAPTER XVII BRIGHTON A decline in interest—The
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  • property of the Rochester City & Brighton Railroad Company, hereinafter called the Brighton Railroad. The Brighton Railroad was incorporated March 5
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  • Framlingham, with whom he diligently applied himself to his profession. Going to Brighton in 1837, he for two years acted as assistant to Mr. Dix, surgeon, to whom
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  • Brighthelmstone (Brighton) parish, Sussex, on 16 Dec. 1821, at the age of 108 years (Notes and Queries, 5th ser. i. 222). A tombstone in Brighton churchyard
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  • municipal affairs. He was chairman of the Brighton town council, J.P. for Brighton and Sussex, chairman of the Brighton Conservative Association in 1880, and
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  • physician at Brighton in 1802, and by the influence of Earl Berkeley was appointed physician to the household of the Prince of Wales at Brighton. On 30 Sept
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  • with her father at Clapham, and then at Brighton. In 1845 she moved to Torquay, but in 1857 returned to Brighton, where she remained till her death, 22
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  • In August 1891 Mr. Dobson was returned to the House of Assembly for the Brighton district, and in August 1892 moved an amendment to the financial proposals
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  • over the turf that tops the white cliffs. By diverging inland between Brighton and Rottingdean, just beyond the most imposing girls' school in the kingdom
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  • initials, in the poet's 'Obras Póstumas Poéticas' (1844). She died at Brighton 13 Jan. 1863, aged 83. [Frances Cartwright's Life of her uncle, i. 163
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  • was occasional organist at the Royal Chapel of the Brighton Pavilion. Gutteridge's activity in Brighton, where he resided from about 1823 to 1872, was very
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  • at Brighton, where he made a living by relating his military experiences and dilating on his great age. He died in the infirmary of the Brighton union
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  • HANNAH, JOHN, the younger (1818–1888), archdeacon of Lewes and vicar of Brighton, was born at Lincoln 16 July 1818. His father, also John Hannah, the elder
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  • thirteen had his earliest mount at Brighton. In October 1851 tie gained his first victory in the Trial Stakes at the Brighton autumn meeting. He carried off
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  • Stone v. United States 167 U.S. 196 (1897) Twin City National Bank of New Brighton v. Nebecker 167 U.S. 203 (1897) Lumberman's National Bank of Williamsport
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