When prostitute Soldier Nan and a man known as Beanlands battled bobbies in the centre of Durham

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DESPERATE affray in Durham. So said a headline in the Darlington & Stockton Times of September 11, 1869 – exactly 150 years ago this week. It required reading on…
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