Born Duarte Brandão in Portugal, Brampton was a converted Jew, and became an acclaimed English commander on land and at sea.
Do you mean to say that Miss Lucretia is in Brampton and spoke at the mass meeting?
"To Brampton, to get Miss Lucretia to change this book," and she held it up from her lap.
One who has chosen a broader field for the exercise of those great powers with which Nature endowed her than Brampton could give.
But it had been otherwise with many in Coniston and Brampton and Harwich.
Up mighty betimes upon my wife's going this day toward Brampton.
And Jake Wheeler went along to bring back the team from Brampton.
It was intolerable that he, the first citizen of Brampton, should have to submit to such humiliation.
Brampton, as we know, was famous for its Fourth of July celebrations.
The Diarist's parental house remains at Brampton, a little to the west of Huntingdon.