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" ... character was a miller, which occupation he followed with industry and attention till about the year 1766', when, by a strange species of insanity, he fancied himself Earl of Derby, King in Man, assumed those titles, neglected his business, and became... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 164
1810
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 52

Edmund Burke - History - 1812
...to many of his neighbours. In February 1767. lie was arrested for a small debt, at the suit of Hie late Duke of Richmond, and was conveyed to the old gaol at Horsham, from which he was removed (the first prisoner after its completion) to tlie present gaol, and from which he was released, after a...
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The Universal magazine, Volume 14

...in Man, assumed those titles, neglected his business, and became very troublesome to his neighbours. In February, 1767, he was arrested for a small debt, at the suit of the Duke of Richmond, and was conveyed to the old gaol at Horsham, from which he was removed (the first...
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La Belle Assemblée, Volume 2

1811
...neglected his business, and became very troublesome to many of his neighbours. In February, 1767, he wta arrested' for a small debt, at the suit of the late...Old Gaol at Horsham, from which he was removed (the first prisoner after its completion) to the present jaol, PTKmXCIAl,S.-KF.MAnKAEI.r. OCCrHl>r.NfT.S....
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 3, Part 2

1812
...assumed those titles, neglected his business, and became very troublesome to many of his neighbours. In February 1767 he was arrested for a small debt,...old gaol at Horsham, from which he was removed (the first prisoner after its completion ) to the present gaol, and from which he was releasedafter a captivity...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumes 2-3

Walter Scott - Europe - 1812
...assumed those titles, neglected his business, and became very troublesome to manyof hisneighbours. In February 1767 he was arrested for a small debt,...old gaol at Horsham, from which he was removed (the first prisoner after its completion ) to the present gaol, and from which he was releasedafter a captivity...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 3, Issue 2

Europe - 1812
...assumed those titles, neglected his business, and became very troublesome to many of his neighbours. In February 1767 he was arrested for a small debt,...old gaol at Horsham, from which he was removed (the first prisoner after its completion) to the present gaol, and from which he was releasedafteracaptivityof...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Part 2

Europe - 1812
...assumed those titles, neglected his business, ami became very troublesome to many of his neighbours. In February 1767 he was arrested for a small debt,...and was conveyed to the old gaol at Horsham, from wliich he was removed (the first prisoner after its completion) to the present gaol, and from which...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1812
...assumed those titled, neglected his business, and became very troublesome, to many of his neighbours. In February 1767, he was arrested for a small debt, at the suit of (he late Duke of Richmond, aod was conveyed to the old gaol at Horsliatu, from which he was removed...
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Annual Register, Volume 52

Edmund Burke - History - 1825
...assumed those titles, neglected his business, and became very troublesome to many of his neighbours. In February 1767, he was arrested for a small debt,...duke of Richmond, and was conveyed to the old gaol at Korfiliam, from which he was removed (the first prisoner after its completion) to the present gaol,...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volume 10

Anecdotes - 1826
...; assumed those titles, neglected his business, and became extremely troublesome to his neighbours. In February, 1767, he was arrested for a small debt, at the suit of the Duke of Richmond, and was conveyed to the old gaol at Horsham. From this he was removed to the present...
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