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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

15 Jan 1880

Aynhoe; Mr. B. and Barnett and the Mis**-* Bameett Mr. and Mrs F. Vidal. Mr. K. Ramsay, Crou hton ; Rev. t; and Mrs. Palmer. Mr. William Fane. Mr. Chari s me. and Mrs Michael Miabury; Kev. E. Worsley, P. and Mrs. Fane; Mr E. A. Doff and Miss Duff: Mr. and

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

19 Sep 1895

with laird Rothschild's or the Idon i’i a>*- Keen '-i 1. b”. mi I.‘. Mr. B. E. ilorwoxl ; r.. Mr. H. Ijiiidou. Six entries. Class —'-ows. in pig with litter—l, £5, Mr. K. E. liorwood; 2. £2 Mr. II V. Blytb ; £l. Mr, J. 11. H. Ilorwoo*! ; r.. Mr. P-.wler

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

1 Jan 1870

and half ago. wid yum . at all, but is handed over as battle gr.u tbe I The of the fag-end the year is now upon ns, * Mr. Laird, Mr. Hennessey, In* laid aKd &,u^ t^j tic may lie. the formation streets. It is free from dustm j diseval Corporations, modern

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Oxford Times

Oxford Times Oxfordshire, England

29 Jan 1910

fell, breaking hi* *® '* Hamersley, and at the Town Hall met good num- i wen Oxionl. where he was attruded to. her of his supporters, who accorded hearty (> fj-Miay evening a was in w reception. » h olroom to crowded roo.n Mr. Barker, a Mr. HAMBRSLEY thanked

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

19 Dec 1878

lied, for this Mr. H- i > . - lam not tb lam a unit. nM. ] The second th« Mr. Stock ■ > thought should leave the com-1 to been Tears ago, aocording to the go*)iel* the -J ; >n *aV;ry, and t.e th ; that most ii.- i;,k«f it, v I.- his mil** the acted

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Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser

Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

22 Nov 1884

Thatborrid Mrs. Sawyer! said Mrs. Jones, the Aber day. I wish she wised move out of the neighbourhood. Well, whet do you run there all the time for? 1 told you tow it mould be ! retorted Mr. Jones. This was not the kind of sympathy Mrs. Jones expected

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

13 Dec 1917

Smith, Mr. T. N. Barlow, and Mr. G. C. Cherry. There were also present in the chapel Mr. A. Stockton, Mr. T. (). Hankinson, Mr. A. Fairfax, Mr. and Mrs. R. Austen, Mrs. J. Judge, Mrs. J. Harold Judge, Mr. W. G. Thomas, Mr. E. H. Sellers, Miss A. Colegrove

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

14 May 1908

viceeharnnan. Mr. Cohb—lapplausei Mr Aslihuntt then to-Jr his seat the tltatnuan j amidst the applause of the Council. TBIBI’TE TO MB. T. B. COBB. Councillor A. W. H tU. said he thought tV.v ought to DRV tribute of gratitude Mr. (obb for his splendid work

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

28 Jan 1864

Mr. Lea'* Wat Mr Austin's Li/zie. Mr. lUwte's r l*eal Mr I larlinson ml rd Dannewerk. Mr. Kandell's l»l and |{liMr. Best Britannia. Mr Saxon'* r b Songstress Is-at laird (Siffonl's Nomination (absent). Mr, Kaester's bk Huppieker l>eat

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

20 Feb 1903

I'm slid. The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime. as even Peter agreml—inilesel, he went so far as to say that in his opinion -lie would almost have been justified in. in suppressing the deed if— That was very considerate of Mr. klaetie.

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Banbury Beacon

Banbury Beacon Oxfordshire, England

14 Apr 1900

things while you are away, Mrs. Dwiggs?” “He takes care of the chickens and children, but I always send my house plants over to mother’s.” Mr . Styles: “I’d have you understand that I know good many worse men than husband.” Mrs. Mylf s: dear, you must be

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

31 Dec 1925

and Mrs I’eet) and lh. ir staff, were the Ma\oi i and Mavoress (t onneillor and Mrs. (,iark Mr. and Mrs. .1 A tUllett. Mr. and Mrs. D. Bird M.- Ward. Mr. and Mrs. (). Bennett. Vlr. K I aid Miss Fii/torald. Mr. I Mr. I. re liurieo o.M> Ib-nham. u.d Miss Kelk

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

9 Oct 1885

contrast to Illetchingelon rowdyism. Mr. which was lengthily referred to in Mr. Glad- Austin occupied the chair, and was supported by Mr. stooe's adders's, and he wanted them to Mice and Mrs. Maclean, Mr. L. h well, Mr. George, soil other an interest in

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

21 Nov 1861

MR. DISRAELI ON CHURCH MATTERS. inwling of several of tlie Oxford Dim-.•son Sorielies was held AyK-'l.iiry ..n ritnr?-liy, tin- lil-lmj. ..f ()\|..r«l in tin . hair; tin- Right Hun. IL Disraeli, Mr J. liuhharrl, M.P., Mr. .1. Smith, M.P.. Mr. T. L. Bemartl

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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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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

16 Aug 1877

Willoughby I>e Brok Uiiub .ib-1 Mr. Such, 2 Mr. Freeman. second. Mr. Gi-ave-.’ collection included many good Turnips—l Mr. Hall, 2 Mr. Horton. thin-.'*. Mr. Butcher, of Ty>oe, exhibited some remarkably .Marrow* -1 Mr. Simms. 2 Mr. ill. fine dahlia*. They wme

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

23 Feb 1899

Ihicioi’’ Mr 1 «°- I* ll * difficulty which the promoter# of the ; °* ,ook »• »o Haw k H-d. Going stra'ghft S U ’.he ' movemrn. bar. J fur. Srisiun i. .bar Mr. “i'- «nd traebrr.’Biblr was nrrs.nbMr P. E. lUjmond ..run., Mr.\ ,rn»v. Mr. Alfred Prasr

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Bicester Advertiser

Bicester Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

30 Mar 1865

The Woke( Augustus). his life elevated iato Mt example, and Countess Dowager of Cawdor, Lady Limner, Lady Yarntoo Was tnifht• e _hurttars Ibibactioicnicin.ig his ambition maJo innocent, his will formulated into law, Tredeger, lady Catharine Allen, and

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Witney Express and Oxfordshire and Midland Counties Herald

Witney Express and Oxfordshire and Midland Counties Herald Oxfordshire, England

31 Aug 1876

he took out his bag and gave the woman a sovereign out of it. It was suddenly taken from hiia, as also were his watch and chain. The police came up told took the prisoners to the station-house. At the latter place he found his watch in his coat pocket

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