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Strange news from Stratton in Cornwal [sic]

William Reddish

Strange news from Stratton in Cornwal [sic]

or, a true relation of a cruel bloody murther committed by one J. R. upon his own father, for lucre of enjoying his estate : who (after he had committed the fact, and laid the knife in the bed wherein his father lay) called in several neighbours to witness that his father had murthered himself; but upon search, his shirt and breast were found besprinkled with his fathers blood;upon which search he fell in a swound, and after his recovery confest the fact, and is now in goal.

by William Reddish

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Published by Printed for I. Goniers in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ross, William.,
  • Ross, J.

  • Edition Notes

    Original held in Bodleian Library.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1],6p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18518686M

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Strange news from Stratton in Cornwal: or, A true relation of a cruel b[l]oody murther commited by one J.R. upon his own father, for lucre of enjoying his estate: who (after he had committed the fact, and laid the knife in the bed where his father lay) called in several neighbours to witness that his father had murthered himself ; bu [sic] upon search, his shirt and breast were found.

Stratton (Cornish: Strasnedh) is a small town, parish and former manor situated near the coastal town of Bude in north Cornwall, was also the name of one of ten ancient administrative Hundreds of Battle of Stratton during the Civil War took place here on 16 May A local saying is "Stratton was a market town when Bude was just a furzy down", meaning Stratton was Ceremonial county: Cornwall.

Stratton Cornwall Information & Accommodation Guide. Stratton is an ancient market town believed to have been established in Roman times. Today it is a fine town of Georgian houses and thatched cottages, a pleasant place to live, tucked away from its coastal neighbour, Bude and popular with visitors with an interest in the Civil War period of the 17th century.

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The latest news and comment on Cornwall. St Dominic, Tamar Valley: Muddy ways, once trodden by donkeys carrying corn to the mill, are littered with spent catkins and lichened branches. Published by the Pirate FM News Team at pm 21st June By Local Democracy Reporter Richard Whitehouse One of Cornwall's most historic venues could take on a new look.

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There are still flood warnings and flood alerts in place across Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire. Proposals to close Poltair Hospital in Penzance are backed by the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust board.

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