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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturda,. StapeleOrd Moor; at elever. Lord Parleer's-TJuesday, Stow Wood; Saturday, Newenharl, clear W'allingfotrd ; at ltdf-past ten. Lord R'desdale'S-Monday, Bruern Abbey; Wednesday, Bat teur Gate ; Friday, Eyford ; Saturday, South Lawlt mi the Forest; at half-past ten. Ludlow-Turesdav Statoun Subscribers-only content

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    to the said Executors. Be mr. JJOHN COOK, Braern Abbey. THDE Creditors of Mr. JOHN COOK, late of T Bruern Abbey, in the County of Oxford, farmer, entitled to participate under the Trusts of an Indenture of Assignment for the Subscribers-only content

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    of the Coumetry. In the Oh ipplimmq.Nemte Deamiery Mageaine for I April, 1888S, a very imiteresting historical sketch of Bruern Abbey wats given, and as it there states that Boger, run of Warwick, was cite of ties benefactors of the Subscribers-only content

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    XI-'. e.rhe. A. SoeniLsttea'5 XI.-Thsis match was played 0n the new ground on Tues- day tihe 20th inst., at Bruern Abbey, with the following result. The new merl ground dlid not wear wvell, and in ceonsequnece the fast bowlirig was, Subscribers-only content

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    lnst going towards Worton Heath on the cold ploughs. AcCIDE5T IN TIEE HUNTING FIELD.-The Hey- throp Hounds met at Bruern Abbey on Wednesday. aNd just before putting in cover lisas May Bralssey's horse became restive and threw her, fracturing her Subscribers-only content

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    Mr, M.Witigflld,not out.............. Byes 7, wide 1.........................o Total............78 Mn. 0. SAsrUDA'S XI. ;. Mn. E.:B. WINGvrxanM'S XI.- Played at Bruern Abbey on Fridlty, Sept. 6. Score.- Bef MaR. WINGFIELD'S XI. Fruor INNINGcS. SaECOND INNINGSi~. A Mr. WV. Iclore'o C, Cholmondeley,bA Subscribers-only content

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    a pc R . that he (prisoner) lied taken a house of him. He than was uno went past Bruern Abbey to show Forty the way. They men j o went to Chipping-Norton Junction and had something to his:i as Subscribers-only content

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    with enyone. tires P. C. Sirman deposed that he received information on 0n( Sunday that deceased was; found neart Bruern Abbey. He and went to the place described and found the body Ilpon the wee bank, having been taken out Subscribers-only content

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    the laughable twc ,fares "~Popping the Question." The entertainment is in baal the able hands of Mrs. 8amuda,, of Bruern Abbey, and On; the 'Misses Cholmondeley, of Adlestbrap. wbich cirexmne- 645 stance should be a sufficient voucher for ite brilliant Subscribers-only content

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    March 24th. Iit appeared that at. the last. Court complainant, a, groom in' the' service of Mr. Samuda, of Bruern Abbey, was a - witimess against Steed in a game trespass case. On the C Saturday night, referred to he Subscribers-only content

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    and getting dusk, nothing further could be done. After partaking of the hospitality L of Mr- and Mrsi Samuda, Bruern Abbey; trotted home. & ACoIDENTS.-We regret to hear that on Thursday morn- rd ing week, County Alderman Bliss met with Subscribers-only content

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    resultedr in a victory for Lord p, Encombe, after playing oil a tie with Mr. Cecil Samuda, ti of Bruern Abbey. The course is situated 29 miles from lil Chippinsg-Norton an d 4J from Moreton-in.-Marsh. VI Tue Committee of the Subscribers-only content

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    (Segin- Iim .he cot), Mr. Whitehouso and party (Copse Hill), Ar. in C. D. A. Samuda and p arty (Bruern Abbey), Mrs. lx, Sa-Schofield andi party (Chapel House), Mr. J1oseph cc for Reade (Shipton), Mr. J. G. Barry (Yeardley, Long Subscribers-only content

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    On Wednesday, however, they had the best run nt they have had since Christmlas. The meet was at n- Bruern Abbey. Nothing could be (tone at Bruern, to but upon going to Rissington a fox was found in one be Subscribers-only content

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    STocKd STAAvt.--Mz. T. do . Pratt. ENTERTAINMENTS. I DRAM STIC Pi:'RoRaANrnacs, under the direction of le Mrls. &Luinda, of Bruern Abbey. t, Cr?SntNEAT'onIPnl of latest interest. GRAMOP1'non. - PROFE'ESOiSR HUBERT, President of British hJ h ologicalAssociation, ]S95-9l.Phreuologistand t1bysiognotist, lwill give Subscribers-only content

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    nbh-mein- to bers-Cask of beer given by Messrs. Phillips, which 2e vwas won by the non-members. r, Mrs. Samuda (Bruern Abbey) presente the id prizes. A heavy storm came on just after the a, prizes were distributed, which caused a Subscribers-only content

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    pretty, hunting for nearly two and a half hours a ine bitch otter, weighing 181lbs., . was caught at Bruern Abbey. Two other otters were found, but not killed, but doubtless the ' hounds will soon be in the neighbourhood Subscribers-only content

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    of the 'late drvicar, who are now on a visit in the village. Mr. t Woodward, the gardener at Bruern Abbey; had gmade the lectern very pretty with sheaves of corn o-and vegetables. The front of the choir stalls and Subscribers-only content

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    Ci-I1uSTMAs TRanr AND T1SEAT AT TaE WoRnKousE- E On Thursday week by the kindness - of- Mi-s. Samuda, of Bruern Abbey, and lher friends, the inmates of the workhouse had their usual- treat and Christmas tree. The tree was a Subscribers-only content

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    tho Imperial Yeomanry Hospital, two high- class entertainments were given last week by 31rs. Samuda (Bruern Abbey) and friends, the first in St. Edward's Hall, Stow-on-the-Wold, on Tuesday evening, and the second in the Towvn Hall, Chipping Norton, on Thursday Subscribers-only content

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