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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M~rs Aehferd, 84-On the 16th, at Stockvell, F. Dewsntp, Req-. se-On the i2th, nt Leamsngton, Mrs Costigair, 87- On the ilth, at Bassett wood, S. Buhlar, Ess, 8r7-On the 15th, at Chipping Warden, the Rev. F.- G. Walford, I.A., s. Subscribers-only content

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    William Cowley, recommended by ditto, 4 years and 6 months.-Class 7: Samuel Toms, recom- mended by Mr. John Douglas, Chipping Warden, 8 children main- tained without parochial relief ; Mr. Pratt, recommended by Mr. John Sabin, Culworth, S ditto ditto; Subscribers-only content

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    pair of peaeocks, some pheasants, c cisnea fowls, and a pair of very handsome turtle doves. Mr. Busby, of Chipping Warden, exhibited some remark- shi "owen-headed" geese; and fir. S. Gane, of Bsn- t hiry, sent a pair of very Subscribers-only content

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    Court, Lichfield, FRANCIS MATSON, Sheepshead, Leicestershire, plumber, Feb- ruary 22, at 11, at County Court, Loughborough. JOHN THOMAS PARAol.Ru:sc, Chipping Warden, Northampton- shire, black9mith, February 23, at 10, at County Court, Banbury. GEORGE CADMAN, Bosley; Shropshire, farmer, February 21, at Subscribers-only content

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    the 20th Ist., at the BaapIt Chapel, Bond SAreet, JoN. only DOn of the late M~r. Joan Wyceare. ef Chipping Warden. to ALce. Many, snlv daughter of MTr, Wam , halo of thiel tow. On the 18th1 test., at Elt, Subscribers-only content

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    rorpeetable young Mn, fs HITU&lYON as Junior CmamInr.t a meechane's or B dannarwene' Offics GOA dftsnoft-hAhdsomr J., rost G~OM Chipping Warden. nea W EM $:oPLO Za yerpeotabts wail-ednested Youth in a W KW 'm oer Metchsuta O~doe,-Add.55. W. SIL Dolly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    respectable young Man, a SITUATION as VI Junle Clerk, in a erchant's or Mfanufacturer'sOffice. Good rrferenccs.-Address, J.. Post Oflice, Chipping Warden. near Bean bury. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ UANTED, by a young Man (married), a SITUATION Subscribers-only content

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    Alma, Terrace, 136nocre Street, Bkin. 04911 WLANTED, by a, respectable young Mlan, a SITUATION as Ireferences'-Addresa, J,, Post Office, Chipping Warden, near tines- bury, 04377 I~LT Jewellery.--CLBXRESHIP REQUIRED. Understands G ~ Manufacturing and rontine of Warehoue, fteghat roteerseles. -Addlress, H,, Subscribers-only content

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    Acler- bury, for the best cart colt or lilly usider foau years old ; highly osuilnimosled, Mr. 13, Mhessenger, Chipping Warden, Northampton. Class o £5., for tile hest cart colt or filly, unler two years ol, to Mr. W. Bird, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sporl iny Liif:-Zillah. BIRMINGllAM COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. SATURDAY. BEFORE MP,. REGISTRAP COLE. ELLIS LINES, formerly of the Griffin Inn, Chipping Warden, in the coanty of Northamptoi, publican alnd ien- keeper, and now of 893, Long Acte, in the parish of Subscribers-only content

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    the judge, 31r, W. H. Coolie, whilst hearing a case relative to the estate of Ellis Ianes, formerly of Chipping Warden near Banbury, said: "He looked upon the Bankruptoy iot as a legalised robbery, for it was very often the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (at 12). Thi day March 6, Barton Common; Tues. day, 7 Middleton 'Thlursday, 6, HiU Farm, Achendon ISaturday, 11, Chipping Warden. CoTTrsMoNc (at 1li30).-This day March 6, Tickencote Hall;, Tuesday 7, Loddington ; Thursday, b, Stocking Ball; Saturday, 11 Stapleford Subscribers-only content

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    10, Lower Woods; Saturday, 11, Mermaid, Chrltian idalford. BlrcusxE, (at 12).-This day, March 9, HtlU Farm, Ashendon; Saturday, 11, Chipping Warden. CoTrrsaroRs (at 11.30).-This day, Ararch 9, Stocking Hall: Saturday, 11, Stapleford Hall. COTSWOLD (at 11).-9iaturday, March il, Rendcombe Lodge. Subscribers-only content

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    (at 11).-This day, February 18, Hlillesdon; Tues. day, 20, Bletesington ; Thursday, 21, Hill Farru, Ashencdon; m Saturday, 23, Chipping Warden. S orusslns (at 11).-This day, February 18, Morcott HallD; Tuesday, 19, Brook Hlall; Thureday, 21, Market Overton ; sr Subscribers-only content

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    Christian Malford. . Biersrlin (at 11).-This day, Pebruary 19, Bletchington ; Tsurs- iday, 21, Hill Farrm, Ashendon; Saturday, 23, Chipping Warden. CoTTresromoun (at 11)-This (lay, February 19, Brook lill; I Thursday, 21, Market Overton; Saturday, 23, Beaumont Chase Lodge. CoTSwosuD(at Subscribers-only content

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    Nan Tows Tunap; Satur- day, 2.3, Christian Malford, BLoEfsTFR (at il).-Thursday, February 21, Hill Farm, Ashen- don; Saturday, 23, Chipping Warden. corrE551Oan (at 11).-Thursday, February 21, Market Overton; Saturday, 23, Beaunmont Chase Lodgeo Co'nsWrO> (at 1) -This day, February 20, Subscribers-only content

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    us' (at 11).-This day, February 6, White LiTn (.ate Seturday, 7, Steeple Ash [on. 131CssETER (at 11)-Siturdla', February 7, Chipping Warden. CuSr. wom) (at 11).-Saturday, Febritarx 7, Five itile Hlouse. ( TSIVOYs), No erTr.-Snturday, Febreiary 7.11 InhwicS'1k. lOrrES.fOls1 (at 11)-Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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    (at 11).-'I his day, December 5, Oakley ; Tuesday, 6, Firinglord Bridge; Thursday, 8, Charndon Common ; Saturday, 10, Chipping Warden. BURTON (at 10.45).-Thsla day, December 5, Torksay; Wednes. clay, 7, Langworth bridge: Thursday, 8, Lea Station; Saturday, 10, Linwvood. Subscribers-only content

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    DUnKE oN, (at 11).--This day, December 9, Lower Woods; Saturday, 10, Swalletts Gate. . Bscr.srse (at 11).-Saturday, December 10, Chipping Warden. BUReTON (at 10.45).-9aturday, Decenmber 10, Linwood. CoTNwor. (at 11).-Saturday, December 10, Puesdown Inn, CoTSWoLD, Noetrr.-,Saturday, December 10, The Fish. Subscribers-only content

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    December 10, Arbury. BuarojAT're, Dux or (at 11).-Thui day, DeeMibeer10" Swal. lott$s Gate. irunarosi (at 11).-This day, Decem7ber 10, Chipping Warden. mlome (at 1U.45).-This day, December 10, Linwood.. CT07sW,15, (at 11).-This rda;y, December 10, Pueadown Ino. COTSWOLDl, NORTH (a1This day, Subscribers-only content

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