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  • County: Oxfordshire, England
  • For Years: 1750 - 1799

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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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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

18 Jun 1785

Highwayman, who robbed him of Guineas and his Watch ; Mr. Story complained oi his taking his Watch, when the Highwayman rcpll.'.l, it was lodgment on him for travelling on the Lord’s Day, when was not obliged to it; for his part, what did was out of Neceftity

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

29 Oct 1774

were Mr. Sheriff Hart, ami Mr. Neate, Weft-Indian Merchant. It at laft finally fettled, that Sir Fletcher Norton is once more the Speaker the new Jlonfe of Commons, the fervicc of plate ufually prefented on ocealions, being notv ftampiug with his arms

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

11 Feb 1775

their rerpeftire Debts to Mr. Wickham, or Mr. Fletcher;—and hating any Claim accidentally remaining on the fold Partneribip are required to apply lor the immediate DiTcharge thereof. K. B. The been, and will be carried on Mr. Fletcher, who entreats the

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

16 Feb 1788

palling that Way during the impending n ri That his Coach was Hopped, but upon his inciting to the Officer permitted his Coach to drive onwards. Ordered be taken into Coofiderauon To-morrow (this Day). Mr. Stetl brought up two Bills from the Commons, which

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

27 Jul 1776

Accommodation of his Friends; and promifes that nothing on Part (hall be omitted that can render his or its Entertainment N. B. Neat Pod Chakc, a Phaeton, and good Horfcs, with careful' Drivers. AfIfNOD.ON, BRilKft. , tjenjamin TRAMPLETT. XJ Mr. Janes Powell’s

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

5 Oct 1776

then laboured ; am! that the Reafon pf his running away upon the Approach of the Lady’s Father Frog Mill, was his having llolen Couple his Mafter’s Shirts. We arc likewjfe told, that if does not appear the Lady had taken any Thing for a conlidcrable Time

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

3 Jan 1784

prevailed, that Mr. Aubrey meant to decline again oli'ering his fervice.*. Colonel Keating came from London to Wallingford, where lie fcemecl to meet with good fucccfs his canv.ife l ut upon Mr. Aubrey’s appearance and explanation, his friends with open

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

22 Jul 1786

alio fold Mr. Fidlcr, Perfumer, in Oxford; Mr. Page, Banbury ; Mil's Matchwick, in Maidenhead , Mr. George Bradford, in Walling.'ord ; s. Pariih, in Reading; Mr. Minors, at Stratford upon Avon; Mr. Win. Purton, in Warwick ; Mr. Allen, Hereford ; Mr. Addis

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

21 Oct 1797

three inches high. His fortune is about io,oool. half of which he got as prize-money at the Havannah, the war before lad. He is the Laird of Lundie, in Perth- fhire ; his paternal flate about 5001. a year. He married the half- (ifler of Mr. Dundas, and he

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

4 Nov 1786

that her Highnefs had bequeathed a Legacy 1. to Lady Elizabeth WkdJcgrave, and the like Sum to I.r.dy Caroline Waldcgrave. Some inferior legacies were left to Lady Anne Howard, Lady Harriet Vermn, Lady Mary FTtzgcrald, Mifs Howard, and Mifs Ruffcll, Col

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

29 Mar 1777

Mankind, have permitted Mr. Moor to direil any Lady or Gentleman to them enquire his Abilities, and fee Specimens of his Performance, which he makes no Doubt will greatly increafe their future I-avours. The above Powder and Tinflure, Mr. Moor’s Ablencc, may

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

7 Apr 1787

is alfo fold I»y Mr. Fidler, Perfumer, in Oxford; Mr. Pase, in lianhury ; in Maidenhead ; Mr. George Bradford, Wallingford ; Mrs, Parifh, Reading ; Mr. Minors, Stratford upon Avon ; Mr. Wm. Purton, in Warwick; Mr. Allen, Hereford; Mr. Addis, in Glouceltcr;

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

6 May 1775

the yrratclt encouragement in his profeflioft, and hep leave to inform the Public, that he has been greatly recommended by fo Aral Gentlemen and Ladies upon whom he has performed his operations. He prattles the Art (which has scqdimd by the In* (buttons

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

10 Aug 1765

when his Grace the Duke of Argyll was defied, and in* vetted with the laid Order. This Day Lord Hertford fet out for Paris, to take formal Leave of the French Court, and fettle his ptivate Affairs. YefterJay his Grace the Duke of Richmond killed his Majelly’s

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

4 May 1765

Annum. Fartlcnlars may had the Place Sale ; Mr. Britlow’s, in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, London Mr. Jackfun’s, in Oxford ; Mr. Hill's, Aylclbury Mr. Birch and the Tenants in High Wycomh, who will fliew the Mr. Way, Auctioneer, in Thame, who has a Map of

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

8 Jul 1786

Hand-writing.^—•lt alto fold Mr. Fidfcri Pcrfqmcr,, in Oxford ; Mr. Page, in Banbury ; Match wick, Maidenhead , Mr. George Bradford, Wallihgtoid ; Mrs. in Reading; Mr. Minors, at Stratford upon Avon; Mf.'Wm. Purton, iq Warwick.;' Mr. Allen, Hereford; Gloucerter;

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

2 Dec 1786

College.—He was to have been married within a few Days to a young Lady worthy of his amiable Difpofition, tad his many othex valuable Qualities. On Thurfday was married the Reverend Mr. Evans, of Liddiard-Tregoozc, in the County of Wilts, to Mifs lies

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

1 Mar 1783

and an Allowance from Government fubllitutcd in Lieu. Ycßerday Afternoon laird Hcwe had an Audience his Majefty, on the of foch Ships his Lordfhip found in State Mutiny, on his late Viftt to Portfmouth. The Diffatisfaftir.n among many of them, appeared

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

24 Jan 1789

lelt with Mr. Smart and Mr. Hull, Bookfcilcrs, above. Subfcribers Names are at(b received the fallowing Bookfellers : in London, Mr. Johnfon, in St. Paul'(Church. Yard ; Mr. Cadcl), the Strand ; and Mr. Stecdaie, in Piccadilly And in Oxford, by Mr. Fletcher

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