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Henley & South Oxford Standard

Henley & South Oxford Standard Oxfordshire, England

31 Jul 1903

Rev. the Hon. W. Talbot and Mrs. Rice, Miss Muriel Ridley, Capt. and Mrs. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sutton, the Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sutton, Mr. Leonard Sutton, the Misses Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sutton, th e Rev. S

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

29 Aug 1857

family, he reared his palace, be got him his title, and seemed to have his reward ; but, one day, one* of those undercurrents that run hidden along the course of trade i and speculation rose up the surface, and, like fl *od, swept all his wealth away, and

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

9 Oct 1868

Tali ALABAMA Aosrs.—A salt has been commenced in the United States District Court against Mr. Laird, the builder of the Alabama, by the owners of the Sonora, one of the vessels which she destroyed. It claimed that the Alabama was tilted out in violation

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

23 Apr 1886

WITHDREW HIS 'LAND CULTIVATION Bud, on Wednesday, April 14, partly on the advice of Mr. Broadhurst, tendered on behalf of the Government, and partly on behalf of his colleague, Mr. Lebouchere, who declared the Bill did not go far enough and that Mr. Bradlaugh

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

28 Dec 1906

Reformers Mr. Chamberlain states. through his secretary, that his progress quite satisfactory. It is announced in New York that Vials Julia Siegel, the daughter of Mr. Henry hi*. gel, of the firm of Siegel, Cooper, and Co., is to be married shortly to Mr. Tyrrell

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

3 Dec 1884

auditory. The plaintiff detailed his early career, his voyage to the Cape and marriage there, his return home, his dirket:one connection with a pubdshing business, his earning a living by literature up to hie wiies death, his subs* ,neat acceptance of a •

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Oxfordshire Weekly News

Oxfordshire Weekly News Oxfordshire, England

3 Aug 1898

the Earl of Cottenham, the Hon. Mr. Pepys, Mr. E. S. Harrison, Major Green, the Rev. E. and miss Withington, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hoare, Mr. H. Tubb, Mr. E. Slater-Harrison, Miss Davidson, Mr. Mark Wayland, Miss Burchardt, etc

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Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser

Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

21 Oct 1905

Lord t.'tirtston. and Mr. Frank Dugdsle--shall make the voyage on the cruiser that is to accompany the Renown to India. TA* Very Rev. John Staniilatis Flaws& Roman Catholic Dean of Limerick. who has died at his reeithmee at Adam, in his eight) , Ifth year

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Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser

Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

19 Aug 1905

her sister (Mrs. Eillia and the present Mr.. Rutter attended at his solicitor's °Rice, and they were called on to make three statutory declarations. The interview was not held at his suggestion, and it was not held in order to put a stop to his annoyance

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

22 Jun 1833

Injury any Individual or any existing Interest. , The memorial was, upon the motion Mr. Dillon, by Mr. Newell, uuanimou*ly' a Alderman Wood said he had considered it to be his duly to attend the meeting. It wav most distressing to reflect the condition of

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Henley Advertiser

Henley Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

4 Jun 1881

long and heated discussion, in which Mr. Parnell, Mr. Callan, Mr. O'Connor Power, The 0 Donoghue, Mr. Gladstone. Mr. Healy. Mr. A. Sullivan, Sr S. Northcote. Sir W. Harcourt, Lord K. Yitzmaurice. Lord R. Churchill. Mr. Labouchere, and other hon. members

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

16 Jul 1785

Work upon the Parchments. The Match between Lady Hcfter, Mr. Pitt’s Sifter, and Mr. Eliott, the eldell Son of Lord Eliott, waits for the Lawyers; fo that the Minifter’s Influence to be by matrimonial Connexions. Mr. Steele, Secretary to the Treafury, is to

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

16 Dec 1886

Prior to Mr. Deer’s death mv actual income Hates. He had received a letter from Mrs. Bates , was created his parish by the tact that Mrs. ministers, prcsiue-i. i « manner -Sonc Wednesday last this celebrated pack met the was either my earnings or his gifts

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Bicester Advertiser

Bicester Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

31 Jan 1857

MULTUM IN I'ARVO. Baron Alderson died at his residence, Park-crescent, London, on Tuesday afternoon, in his Toth year. A fellow has been swindling various parties in the country out of board and lodgings, on the strength of representations that ho is

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

7 Sep 1916

the services his assistant. had taught his sod 10 tlie work, and was impossible the present time engage any other labour, which he had endeavoured to do. He would be unable to carry on his business and support his wife and children if his son were wadaiiam

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Thame Gazette

Thame Gazette Oxfordshire, England

24 Jan 1860

reporters were present to take notes of laird Pahnerston's speech, but his lordship gave them all the slip, end has reserved his points of interest for a more Important meeting at Westminster. t a e t a tla lady ail bar sempanies Xe meet, irlaire tray

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Henley Advertiser

Henley Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

30 Dec 1899

in his breast. But when, in addition beautiful, was highly accomplished, and, in many sett at an early period oboes to oast his fate among other respects, qualified to engage his affections, we the Protestant leaders, with a view of improving his fortunes

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

28 Mar 1877

instigation of his wits This unfortunate lady. whom name was Jean Livingetons, was descended from a respectable an being the daughter of Livingstone, the laird of e Dadpas, in Stirlingshire, and at an early age was married to John Kincaid, the laird of Wartstoun

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Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser

Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

30 Dec 1899

Report does not desuibe the King as attractive In his manners, having been spoilt since bad yhood. A few years ago an English lady was appointed to he his governess, her particular duty being the reform of his manners and conversational English. She has had

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Banbury Beacon

Banbury Beacon Oxfordshire, England

28 Jul 1888

told of Mr. Lockwood, Q.C., who is nothing if not witty. Travelling abroad with bis wife, fell into the company of Scotch laird and his wife, both evidently anxious to know who their fellowtravellers were. Arrived the hotel, the laird inscribed his name

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