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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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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

14 Jun 1834

CountessClaowlUiam, Lord and Lady Wilton, Lord and Lady Lincoln, Carl de Warr, Lord Lord and Lady Montagu, Lord and Lady Granville Somerset, Lord and Lady Wincbelsea, Lord and Lady Frances Egerton, Lady Mary Herbert, Lady Catherine Herbert, Mad. d* Eat

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

10 Aug 1839

prize, Mr. Bailey—Newington. Raspberries —First prize, Mr. Robinson—large Red Antwerp. Peas —First prize. Mr. Belcher. Second do. Mr. James CoUciitt—Knight's Marrow. kidney Beans —Mr. Belcher. ! Hound Potatoes —Mr. .las. Collcutt. Mushrooms—Mr. Bull.

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

20 Dec 1828

require the actual performances of them. , ~ -0 Mr. Faithful Cape, a respectable farmer of Cottey farm, near Wellington, was thrown from his horse lately, as he was returning in company with his daughter from his landlord’s; the horse he rode, being very spirited

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

22 Aug 1807

quartered the Bugle Inn, told his comrades he would just step back, and be with them again in a minute; he did step into his room, leaned his throat upon the muzzle of his rifle-piece, and with his foot pulled the trigger, and blew his head to atoms. Early on

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

6 Nov 1841

the life of his client, Mr. Spen- and Mrs. Locke King, Lady Hamlyn Williams, Sir James remarked, he would have ventured to take ver- Williams, Lord and Lady Frederick Gordon, diet on the evidence for the prosecution alone. But Colonel and Lady Isalwlia Wemyss

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

17 Mar 1849

ha was ill in bed, that could not leave his house, which certificate he presented to the chairman himself, amidst the laughter of the whole court. —Bath Chroniete. At meeting the Caithness Agricultural Society Mr. Paterson was vary angry with icaraps,

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

30 Dec 1837

Thursday evening last, Mr. Sharp held his Annual Concert, at tho Assembly Room, Star Hotel, and feel great pleasure pronouncing the attendance have been a full and most respectable one. Amongst the company observed Mr. and Mrs. Maclean and (although being

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

14 Feb 1829

indisposition.—Lord Cochrane now at Mj|? his way to Toulon.—Mrs. Jackson, wife of eleclJf President of United Stales, died 27th December Splendid dinner given Monday se’nnight by Ward of Cheap King’s Head Tavern Lord Mayor his elevation | a Civic Chair.—Aldermen

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

23 Jul 1831

was commit ted the premises of Mr. Ilanlcii, jeweller. Fleet UreU. The thieves piekeit the luck of the froul room of the Mecti::iiu s' Offii r, now uniu l.obitrtl, anJ situsleU five iloors from Mr. Harden’s. Finding Mr. Hnnien's attic window secured by

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

11 Jul 1807

T, HI Ten Guii Bst. 71b. mile hea If onlj twenty-li person, i will be t case all year’s Duke of 4 ye Mr. Burt sum laird F. Sir John ye; Earl of Ji old. Mr. Wng old. Lord old. Sir J. Ma' Mr. Strati Mr. Mr. Fane Mr. Vi I lie Mr. Laojit Mr. Ferine Mr. 4

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

9 Mar 1816

succeed in getting rid of this oppressive tax. COMMONS, THUKSDAY, MARCH 7. S/iifc i f /lit Agricultural Juft rests. Mr. i- rose, pursuant his notice, to propose that the House should take into immediate consideration the depressed state the Agricultural lute-

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

30 Aug 1823

takes up his residence the Palace.—Ministers despatched couriers Saturday, to Paris, Vienna, Constantinople, Gibraltar,& St. Petersburg!).—Mrs.Coutts gives Stewart ten thousand pounds, her marriage with Lord young lady is granddaughter of late Mr. Goutu

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

24 Aug 1822

Although in Mrs. f apparent good health, his features were pale, and wife their cast sombre and thoughltful This sevming gloom was attributed to the.death of tle MAilquisof Londonderry. As suout as bis Majesty had taken his seat in his carriage, tihe

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

20 Jul 1839

Kemson and Mr. 11. Seawrll's while wheat, and Mr. Spencer's and Mr. Hobits red wheat, were selected. Mr. W ing. nurseryman, Liverpool, Lancashire, specimen of Swedish turnip-. Mr. May. of Kipjioo, Swedt-h turnips. bxtha stock—implements. Mr. J. Routillicr

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

12 Jan 1839

Canada Indemnity Bill in the House of Commons, and states his views on the subject.—l 3. The Canada Indemnity Bill read third time in the House of Commons, and passed. Information arrives of Mr. M'Neil, British Envoy the Court of Persia, having broken

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

29 Sep 1838

President, letter from whom was read, stating his reason lor doing that Lady Susan North's marriage had ceased have any connexion with the Wroxton property; W. Holbech, fisq. moved vote of thanks to Lord Bute fur his services, and regret nt leaving the Association

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

10 Feb 1844

'i, Friday, Mr. Wood ; 21), eduesdaj, Mr. Uouveric. March 1, Friday Foord-Bowcs! B, Wednesday, Mr. Bankers; «, F nday, Mr.Hatton, 13, Wednesday, Mr. Perkins; IS, , Mr. Finch ; 20, Wednesday, Mr. Anderson; ' |>’ Mr. Dering; 27, Wednesday, Mr- Bradford

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

3 Jun 1837

RumHUi, Ch. Ch. - - 2 Mr. J. Spier* - Arthur - - - J 1 Mr«. .1. - - - - 0 Miss Dnubeny • • * tjrHscuii'TioNs r>.r tim ihstuksski) HIGHLANDERS and ISLANDERS, since Inst week. At Messrs. Parsons and Co.'s. a. K. Wiml, K. 0.. . Mr. .loneH 1 Uev. K

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

30 Mar 1839

w/.w. ,I|cfc Mr. Charles Cos H'g* ”**??*?'}*'. ■*, Bfenkr. Mr. W Rost OOce M-CJhertwjaw- Mr. C. Hewlett. Grocer. M*rrt»»-**■***'**• Mr. Harrell. AVuAt**. Mr. Hroadvas. MrDyn»uck.PMr timetmgkam. Stall worthy. Mr- Umrjurd. Mr. W. It. lans. 4t^«

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