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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

7 Oct 1926

Barnett, Mrs. Blacklock. Mfs. Gubbina. Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Yates, Miss Younn. Mrs G. Hamer. Miss Hamer. and Mrs. (• M Mrntt. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stockton. Mr-. Pemberton. Mrs. ster Reid. Mr. IVOvlev Aplin, Mrs. Aubrev Cartwnglit. Mrt. K. Carr. View article

Type: Article
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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Oxfordshire Weekly News

Oxfordshire Weekly News Oxfordshire, England

17 Jun 1903

honour. Sir Thomas and Lady Acland entertained a large house party last week at Killerton Park, Devonshire, and amore c f their guests were Lord Clifford of Chadleigh, it William Walrond. Mr. Hod a nd M iss an Mrs. Talbot. Lady . Maria and Miss Sybil

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

14 Jul 1880

partner with Foote, the ssYieahile Mowery. He mode his owe bk. menisfailmed his own paper, and with a private press worked hie own Dotes. His idles, was his only - llis disguises were numerous sad perfect. His deryenta or boys, hired from the street, always

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

20 Jul 1899

gloom over his boyish existence this is hardly the time to speak. His departure has no political significance, for his chance of succession was so remote that, a curious coincij dence, just this moment his rempiation of his position in favour his younger

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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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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

4 Aug 1881

round whom i every fibre his heart clung, who had become hie light, his life, hie all-bound to that man-a roki and eambler, if nothing yet more d» graded Evelyn Clairvaux »et hi» white teeth cloee. mid the hand that lay the arm of his chair was e enched, 1

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Bicester Advertiser

Bicester Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

11 Apr 1862

Russell, as British commissioner to Turkey., has taken his departure for Conatantinople, to assume his diplomatic duty. A letter from Brussels says :—` Sing Leopold is ge tting better; he has resumed his ardinery occupation, an takes long walks in the park

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Henley & South Oxford Standard

Henley & South Oxford Standard Oxfordshire, England

27 Dec 1901

worth of diatuonds. !Oven by an Italian lady. will b• pre- sented to the POPe next year at his silver jubilee. Tim University of Chicago has just received donations of teeklobi.. including 1:2:50,01.10dole. from Mr. John Rockefeller. Hs. SVEN llEtli'(.

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Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser

Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

9 Apr 1887

Saturday aol Sunday, courteously and patiently &dug the honours of their studios. were Mr. Briton' iticiM'e, Mr. r,:ess, Mr. M M . rter, • Mr. A nr . tage, Mr. 'Davis, Mr. Marc, &e. UnlyTmtr shim weeks more, and all the picture, we Zisited will be collected

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Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser

Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

24 Jan 1885

to say who can. MR. MASKELTNE, of Maskelyne and Cook, has been awarded £lO,OOO damages for libel perpetrated open him by Mr. Irving- biehop, the thought readtr. Challenge to Mr. Maskelyne—rtiad the numbers of the notes. PITTLNG OLT HIS GMII-TRONOMT.—Dogmatic

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Oxfordshire Weekly News

Oxfordshire Weekly News Oxfordshire, England

27 Feb 1895

I Lady Randolph Churchill left town on Tuesday for have to record this week the death, after a Paris, where her ladyship will stay several months. We -- short illness from bronchitis, of Mr. Thomas Austin. The premises of Mr. Robinson, a Nottingham which

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Henley & South Oxford Standard

Henley & South Oxford Standard Oxfordshire, England

2 Nov 1906

ussays.) THE LOVE OF A LADY OR, ROWLEY LE BRETON, ANNIE THOMAS. £V?IO OP . PlOrd Or Eyregfßlendoo,•o. CHAPTER XV lota RIND •ND 13Ct1.101'/I. Dom Irtaruaav IMO beautiful in any position whish =be • titer threw her-eif ur was laird by overran, hate. Bat

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

15 Mar 1876

it the mod der destitto his ution rebd; ft aide isolable we can lag Bathing ilii. Jaws - raw, AND °MICA. - Lord Shelburne dispatched Mr. John Stewart es a secret emissary report; on the state both of France and at ._ Corsica. His Liter si ng aa account

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Oxford Times

Oxford Times Oxfordshire, England

18 Jul 1908

Churchill. Lord and Lady Eustace Cecil. Lord William Seymour and Mis* Sevmonr. Lady Arthur Put let and Miss Dotler. laidr Arthur Knsscll. BICESTEK. IT I.k-iit.-C'ol. O. (in tli<* chair). A. K. Mr. J. W. Hunt. Mr. H. J. Major A. W. I>t?«rrr •»«! Mr. E. A Burcbnrdt

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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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Type: Article
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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Type: Article
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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Type: Article
Bicester Advertiser

Bicester Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

29 Dec 1860

terrible accident occurred at tbe house , of Mr. Longley, Park-street, Leeds, about half-past lo'clook p.m. A boiler in the kitchen exploded, killing Mrs. Longley on the spot and severely injuring Mr. Langley, his daughter, and a servant girt The boiler,

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Type: Illustrated
Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

18 Mar 1926

and Warden Hill Hunt Light I Mr. tL M. Lee’s Borage i. Mr. Merry B<\v .shire). d Mr. Merrick's Favourite (Grafton) (Warwic (Bicester). _ . Grenadier Guards Regimental Pomt-to- Mr. B. Colvin's Kismet VII . T.itft's AUwrough. Mr. Goulhiirn » Kingsley Heather

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