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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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Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser

Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

20 Jun 1885

you my son, who's breakin'his mother's shirt with • pale blue or pale pink waistcoat, made 'art, Mr. Isroborn lie insists on givin' up the City of satin, or • cream jean one with little stars or and goin' on the stage—and his father an Alderman spots in

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

1 Mar 1872

court pronounced Captain Wharton in default for steering his ship so close to the land as his soundings indicated, and suspended his certificate for six months. THE NEW M.P. FOR THE NORTHERN BIIHOHL-Mr. John Pander, of Crnmpsall, near Manchester, and of Minard

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

9 Feb 1860

they ci.*l laird John llusseli yet them tn-etber, they rrrtaialy wrn* ; I neratch park which wimid never run topnlher ho|..s. laird | John would not lie like the person nienlumisl in rlassir history. 1 devoured by his own hounds. Tlioui;h he (Mr. Hardy)

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Witney Express and Oxfordshire and Midland Counties Herald

Witney Express and Oxfordshire and Midland Counties Herald Oxfordshire, England

19 Nov 1874

desired to resemble, to be turned out so. Like Louis XIV. he owed not a little of his celebrity, in Paris at least, to his whigs and also to his chocolate carriages, his rase•painted mansion, and its chime of hall door bells. He was very abstemious, drank

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

26 May 1904

O. J. Stockton, and Mr. W. J. Bloxham. Referee—Capt. A. Stockton. Official A.A.A. and N.C.L?. judge and handicapner—Mr. W. W. Alexander. Lap scorer and timekeeper—Mr. J. H. Nason. Starter—Mr. Dick Oxcnbould. Competitors’ steward—Mr. G. Batchelor. Comm

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Witney Express and Oxfordshire and Midland Counties Herald

Witney Express and Oxfordshire and Midland Counties Herald Oxfordshire, England

10 Dec 1885

pressure put on him by his cousins, the Princes Victor and Louis, who wanted to supplant him. KAY'S COMIPOUID for C.,lcli and Coughs 9141.. Is. II& postage, 3d. Kay Bros., Stockport, and all Chemists. A CERTAIN laird met one of his gillies in a remote district

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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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Thame Gazette

Thame Gazette Oxfordshire, England

1 Dec 1863

admitted that ho followed him to the chancel, drew his pocket-knife, and threatened Mr. Drury with violence, but Brother Ignatius interposed a bencla, and opposed his progress. Mr. Drury made good his retreat, and soon after complainant left the church

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

9 Nov 1887

own am. bin merely pus it monitor. LACONIC — ' l[ r. Brown's comp& muds to Mr. Smith. and tWriks it quite unnecessery his pyre should go Om& rowels' ' Mr. Smith's compliments to Mr. Brows, and ft sough warranty to mg pip with two ea, my. But you will WTI

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

26 Apr 1877

with hi* peiformative, and with that of some of his pupils, that eiu-qp-d their permanent services as/.n Mr /fo.w. . . . Lulli now composed the music for several play* and ballet*, in whirii Louis himself sometimes took put, did many of (he ladies and

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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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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

21 Jul 1887

paid a visit to Baron Rothschild, his Lodge Hill mansion, accust.'med generosity, the Council, with their w.vts T.xei.h eirl fouvteea v .r. , Mr Critßths Johnson, Mr. Prior. Mr. at the wickets tal. nbyC. A. Birllett; Mr. Lane qjj Fellow, and less than five

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

30 Sep 1880

Croabj, the of the Taalte in Hi*h temporarilj tracaterred from T. Fowler In Mr B, Fogg, late Pelorboroagk.—Mr Whileborn applied ter permanent traaefer the White Hone Inn, High Street, tram the repreeeotetiree of Mr P. Page, to Mr Samuel Oullirer, of Ajleahnrj

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

28 Oct 1859

shriek Till his voice in silence dies. Till the bravest soldiers melt At his tears. as groans, and throes. And feel as they me er before had felt For a Welling comrade's woes. Now pale are his yonthfal cheeks, Fronk his south the death-Nem flows, His tongue

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

26 Jan 1933

concluded the meeting, sent were Captain Young, Captain Smith, *h»nMr. Mr, W. Luckett, Mr. A. Grunt, Mr. G. Luckett, Mr. G. Rotart#;. Mr. A. Gardiner, Mr. G. Clifton, and Mr. W. Coldicott, and about thirty members. The toast The King,” was given

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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 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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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

12 Sep 1861

ns had already wcsi*ed: Sir Impey Murchison, V. P.R.G.S., 2Mr. William Fair!-aim, F.R.S., 1(V, ; Mr. Charles White, 10/. ; Mr. John Crawford. ; Mr. William ' Spottiswoode, W.; Mr. H, Seymour, M.P., V. Thi Loxdox Builders’ Strike.— After passing

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

5 Jul 1877

SIR WALTER SCOTT AND HIS DOCS. visiting Abbotsford in 1817, Washington Irving enjoyed the pleasure a randdc with Scott and his dogs. His devciption of the scene so nimning that we can scarcely abate a jot we aaliied forth, eveiy dog in the •sUblishnient

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