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- RichardDick, 1706–39, English highwayman.
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“We found out he was in custody and shortly after that there was evidence he died in Florida,” said Turpin.
“I think there are probably more victims out there,” said Turpin.
Turpin did some record-checking and tracked Hubbard down in Florida.
Whan Turpin sawe there was none other remedy, he helde him selfe contente.Shakespeare Jest-Books;
And, as Turpin had done, so also did he painfully crawl towards the stream.A Book of Myths
Then he rose and bade Turpin have the remains of his wife buried that same day.Legends of the Rhine
Turpin sounded the blasts, and Jenkins headed for the Indiana shore.Shawn of Skarrow
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Then from a little hill Turpin the Archbishop spoke to them.The Book of Romance
- Dick . 1706–39, English highwayman
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