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Henley Advertiser

Henley Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

22 Apr 1899

lying.= in his room in New York in a pool of whisky. It appeared that he had bored • hole through this wall of his room into a saloon next. door. A hogshead of whisky stood by the vet, and making another hole in this he attaohed a rubber tabs in his mouth

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

29 Nov 1851

their wool, and wove the bridegroom a COkL Mr. Hudson’s Peculiar Faculty.—One cause of iby ..■eutlctnan’s success was his tine arithmetical capacity, lie throw bis head on tbe hack of hi< chair, cover his eje* with lus han-b, arrange expenses, and form

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

31 Dec 1908

committee. meeting last month the veteran menilier of the Board, Mr. Ehener.er Wall, received the congratulations of the Board.m the occasion of entering his ninetieth year, and the new Mayor. Mr. James Picton. was accorded similar congratulations on itis

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

4 Jun 1925

life. took no alcohol, and never smoked To the end laird Leverhulme was staunchly Lancastrian in one particular of his did. Every evening six took high tew typical Northern meal. I never saw him vary his supper—a large NNelsh rarebit, with copious draughts

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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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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

11 May 1864

shock caused by his son's death, and an accident which °centred to him while on his war home from China, whither he had gone in the vain hope of hearing some tidings of him, gave rise to a long illness, which ban now resulted in his death. His only remaining

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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

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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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

18 May 1933

Hereford Simmina. Mrs. Lane, Mr. C. G. F. »»'l Mra- P. W ilherlom.-Bt ll; Mr. ami Holder. Mr. Coggins, Mrs. Luscomlie. Mrs. '■ » H. T. I>elamont • Miss Collingridge, Mrs. Gillam, Mrs. Mordaunt. ' , ' | K Siimh-Binglwm, Afr aiid Mrs. W. and Mrs. Jackson. There

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

9 Jan 1896

to EOs. per pair. It is a very fever, is curling. The doctor deserts hie patients, the minister his flock, the tradesman his counter, and the farmer his herds—all to revel in the glories the game and vie with each other in deeds of skill and good-natured

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

12 Apr 1906

’|>* . Mr. K Barrow-. Mr .1. Maxwell. Mr W. GUI..m. IVUalt. K, v. Di Burton. T I Webb-Bowen. Mr K L. Fisher, and M Roberts*m. and in *'t ler they ,4uye«l Mi «* Slisrjs-. Mr. J. S. ill. Mr. Law,*s. H Ihinstum. Mr Austen Webb. Mr. K Pettiphei. Mr J. Gr.iiil

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Henley Advertiser

Henley Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

29 Sep 1894

Agent for the improper way the claims had been made. Mr. Clements informs us that these remarks applied to thee/ark of North Camberwell Division, whirl is astirely separate from Peckham, where brie the laird Candidate, and further that the sew &Waft Barrister

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

16 May 1894

after having satisfied his brutality by banging his wife about the apartment, sat down in his easy-chnir. The lady no sooner observed that he was fast asleep than she secured a stout cord, with which she fastened her somnolent krd to his seat. Then with a

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

22 Jan 1859

was his first appearance in print With his vehement nature, bis capacity for study before sunrise on winter mornings, and his haste to at war with the wrong he saw about him, be was not likely to leave the 1 sixpenny magazines without some of his early

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

24 Mar 1904

LADIES' SHOES ALL THE LATEST STYLES. G. PULKER, 22J. HIGH STREET, (Thrae Doora from Coiaarratira Cllb), PREMIER,’’ CENTAUR,” CYCLES. SOL* for the Hi«h ela« Cycle#, “PREMIER, “CENTAUR,’* “COVENTRY,” Ac., Ac. Alao for “QUADRAHT and “f. 1.” MOTOR CYCLES

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

15 Jan 1903

Mr. H. Boxold propoMt) th« r«-*lectino Mr. Fisglood Mi Mr. SykM m aaditon, which wm Mooodvd hr Mr. Scodcr. Md MrrM. Mr D. Preston propoocd that the date* of tb* a*xt ■bow be 18th and l»th ia th* Tow® HalU Mr. J. Boxold seconded, and wt* earned. Mr. Bloomfield

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

23 Jul 1863

After ohaervatlons front Mr Fescocke, Sii F. r.-ddsmld. Mr. .Newdcgate. Lord H. Vane, and Mr. Beaumont. Lord Pftlmeraton that the gist of Mr llonoian's •peevb whs that her Majesty * government had not pm*lied diplomatic to the point war. and he seemed

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

20 Mar 1946

surrounding Lady Sandford’s death are such that the Coroner for North Oxon. Mr. K. C. Fortescue. has decided that an inrpiest called for. and this will open at the Village Hall. Sandford. to - morrow (Thursday) at 11.30 a.m. Lord and Lady Sandford. who

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