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Thame Gazette

Thame Gazette Oxfordshire, England

24 Jan 1860

reporters were present to take notes of laird Pahnerston's speech, but his lordship gave them all the slip, end has reserved his points of interest for a more Important meeting at Westminster. t a e t a tla lady ail bar sempanies Xe meet, irlaire tray

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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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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

10 Apr 1863

committed suicide under the following singular circumstances : Mrs. Anne Hammond, 10, Park-terrace, said that deceased was in his usual health up to Sunday last. On that day he embraced his son, took leave of him, and said, Yom shall see your father no

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Oxfordshire Weekly News

Oxfordshire Weekly News Oxfordshire, England

31 Mar 1880

say that there was great want of detail in his (Mr. Hall s) statements—that was to say that there were general principles which were satisfactory to his friends and that he did not make any great errors in his public speeches in the borough on which he

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

2 Dec 1910

the pub of his letter, has just celebrated his 'abase as a peer, having aseeseded to the when thirteen years of age, on the dm* his lather on November 25, NM. The Dubs is Earl Marshal of England and our Premier Duke. nornsa Law Cams. While Mr. Brew Law

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

29 Jun 1883

Royal beli ressiud, and the pied was Mose is id rooked with tell dari-elalfe. Men wee a his imens*f speeedele, Joining -- Lady eitala sad Leg slaws Mr. Roth Lady Harvey. Miss Harvey , Miss &rat ; Sir Hwy Toney, Hart. ILP., KR H. Prince Sward, brasher

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

10 Jan 1952

William’s). m ade by Mr. A. H. Hall (man- Howard (Henley Grammar), g e r). Mr. Hall congratulated Jarrett (Banbury Grammar, y[ r , Harris on his long service l Harris (Bicester Grammar), Max- a nd on the excellent work he ton (laird William’s), Cunning-

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

24 Jun 1837

marked difference in his liabits and deportment from those of his predecessor, and speedily acquired unbounded popularity the frequency of his appearance in public, the frank simplicity of his manners, and the easy condescension of his intercourse with all

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Henley & South Oxford Standard

Henley & South Oxford Standard Oxfordshire, England

9 Jun 1911

portrait painter, Mr. James Sala, W.A., is apending the evening of his days at • house in Lancaster (;,,l e . to which King Edward. his sisters, and his children, including our pre-cut sovereign. went to be painted by his magic hin-h. Mr. Sant was arrolated

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

20 Aug 1925

Hartopp, of Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Hawes and Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, of Wick. Mrs. Herbert Monroe. Miss Rachel Wrey. Captain and Mrs. Wade. Mr., and Mrs. T. J. Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. klook. Mr K S Burnett. Mitm Maxwell Stuart, Mr.

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Henley Advertiser

Henley Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

18 Mar 1876

Scott once stated that he kept a lowland laird waiting for him in tte library at Abbot ford, and that when he came in he found the laird deep in a book which Sir Walter perceived to be Johnson's Dictionary. Well, Mr. —, said Sir Walter, how do you like

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

6 Aug 1831

Ihe public eye was turned were (he Bishop of London and his lady. Lord the Marchioness of Londanderry, Lord and Lady Dovor, ford and Nugent, ford and Lady Auckland, Mr Hankesand his daughters. Mr. Baring, &c. All the Civic Authorities were present, and

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Thame Gazette

Thame Gazette Oxfordshire, England

26 Jul 1864

the porters, one of wham shouted to Mr. Boyman, who was on his hands and knees, with his face to the ground, in a crouching position, telling him not to move. Fortunately, notwithstanding his perilous situation, Mr. BoyMem had sufficient consciousness

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

12 Aug 1892

but going the boys weld wild, even Mr. Sinelitir ;whom I have never seen off his balance before) put on a highland dress sod danced a sword dame. That wild hue Archie persuaded Captain Fraser and a mad Englishman, Mr. Sammerton, to dance • reel with him

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Thame Gazette

Thame Gazette Oxfordshire, England

5 Jan 1864

of Christ Church, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Hader, the Precentor 'of the Abbey. . After the conclusion .of the ceremony, the • Chorus was performed oh the 131 * 1 4 by Mr Twits. Thedy Avert& was formerly Lady in Sa La lm to her late Royal Highness the

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Bicester Advertiser

Bicester Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

28 Dec 1861

to Mr. Beacham's. I then came back and met Gane at the gate, and we went to the spot where Urinh Greenland was. I found the prisoner with his hands round the deceased. Mr. Gene said Uriah was dead, and that I had better get. a doctor. I ran to Mr. Menem

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

20 May 1905

Bart. M.P.. Mr. Albert and the Hee. Mrs. Bremer. Mr. E. Mater M.P. Mr. W. H. Aehheret, Mr. P. J. D. ykehtue mad Mr. Goy The atteadasee. compared that at Walltagford peer. Re seder:— dsty 114 I 4,1,4 4 . sat •ith • tb• carton u $a but hi mood CATTLM The

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

12 Jul 1923

g by two ladies was much appreciated. The event which probably created the greatest excitement was the ladies* race, in which Mrs. Edmondson (the wife of the local Member) was a competitor. Very few of the visitors had any knowledge that Mrs. Edmondson

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

10 Dec 1925

into an introductory chapter, in which the : value of the antiquity of his family is straightaway , ‘humorously discounted by the narration of his encounter with a Scottish laird. But this intro- . ductory chapter is all the same the key to the ) book

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