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Burrough, Sir Jameslocked

(1749–1837)
  • Michael Lobban

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Burrough, Sir James (1749–1837), judge, was born in August 1749 at Abbotts Ann in Hampshire, the seventh child of the Revd John Burrough and his wife, Sarah. He was admitted into the Inner Temple in February 1768, and was called to the bar in November 1773, after practising for some time as a special pleader. After his call he attended the ...

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