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Lieutenant Graham and the last public Execution of a Dovorian

From the days before the Conquest (1066) and for centuries after, Dover, as a Cinque Port, had a number of privileges in return for providing ship-service to the ruling monarch. These privileges included the full authority to deal with all criminal … Continue reading

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