How to use Brampton in a sentence
Born Duarte Brandão in Portugal, Brampton was a converted Jew, and became an acclaimed English commander on land and at sea.
If that happened, it was probably the work of the swashbuckling and mysterious Sir Edward Brampton.
My father gone to Brampton to see my uncle Robert, not knowing whether to find him dead or alive.
This morning came my box of papers from Brampton of all my uncle's papers, which will now set me at work enough.
Hence back again to Brampton and after supper to bed, being now very quiet in the house, which is a content to us.
But however she do come about three weeks hence, when my wife comes back from Brampton, if she go with my father.
To the Privy Seal this morning about business, in my way taking leave of my mother, who goes to Brampton to-day.