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Braddon, Lawrence, d 1724 (lawyer and politician)



Lawrence Braddon (d. 1724), politician, was called to the bar at the Middle Temple. He was imprisoned in 1683 after he spread rumours that the death of the Earl of Essex in the Tower had been the result of murder. He was released in 1689, and in 1695 became solicitor to the wine licence office. His published works included material concerning Essex's death. Braddon died on 29 November 1724.

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