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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shipbuilder-December 22, B..Simmons and J. Brook, Folly, Bermnondsey, iran fsenders-December 20, J. Hutton, Fencaurch street, merchant-December *20, J. Simmons, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, coiri dealer-Deceirsber 20, H. Brand, Cambridge, sIater-December20, W. Brocksopp, High street, Borougfh, cheesemonger-December 20, J. Rich- mond, Lime Subscribers-only content

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    principal speakers. re At the audits of Sir Nathaniel de Rothschild, Bartb, sa M.P., held at Aylesbury and at Princes Risborough, the sp tenants have received a return of 15 per cent. on the half- M year's rents at Lady-day. Subscribers-only content

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    veterinary surgeon, of Newcastle, assisted the judges of horses, and rendered them very valuable services. At thee reopening of Princes Risborough Pa rish Church on Tuesday last (says the Warrismgton, Guardieai), the Bishop of Oxford refened to the "great, strong, Subscribers-only content

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    Railway, alnd to form a junction lith tiae Severn Tuonmel ; also to hake over the Stratford-on-Avon anid the Princes Risborough Corn panis, and to cosibri agreements entered into and' scsduled with various other lines. FESTIVAL CHORAL SOCIETY.-The last concert Subscribers-only content

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    three years' police supervision. GRAY Was sentenced to eighteen months' hard labour. An accident occurred on Saturday afternoon at Princes Risborough junction, on the Wycombe branch of the Great Western Railway. The train, which left Aylesbury at 320, on reaching Subscribers-only content

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    shortly by the opening of the Central London Railway and the completion of the Great Central Company's competition via Princes Risborough. The Metropolita IDistrict Company divides 3%%, s against 314%a year ago, which is also rather better than rmarket expectation. Subscribers-only content

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    Tranmere and Livdraoll, plumbers, Garrabd and Welch, Temple, coal merchants. Co.le amd Wnraley, Manchester, common brewers. uowell and Warren, Princes Risborough, surgeons. T., G1. W., and W. Tyndall, Birmingham, attorneys; as far as re- ards. WV. Tyndall. iJ. Garbett and Subscribers-only content

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    vale beneath, stretching to within a few miles of the seve- ral surrounding towns of Oissenden, Wendover, Aylesbury, Is Princes Risborough, and Highg Wycombe. The mansion is a i- grand feature of the county, amidst the wood crowned heights of Subscribers-only content

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    and W. Evans, Ilavetfordwest and Merthyr-Tydvil, curriers. I R. and J. Bartell, Keynsham, smiths. i WV'. and E. Psine, Princes Risborough, inenlmen. Cailand Atkin, Newrcastle-onuTyne. mathematical instruunent makers. Pearlessand Davey, Taunton, millers. Quayle md Cunliffe, Rochdale. jiners. Henuessey iale Pelly, Subscribers-only content

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    Bench, Mr. Senior aind Dr. Comiel, unider the r following singularr circumstances:-Mr. Thomas Stall- e wood, of Loosley-row, near Princes Risborough, Bucks, r said that he received a m nessaed ill consciusnce of which he i ve, t to the Subscribers-only content

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    Smith, M.A., to the Vicarage . of Easby, on the presentation of Mr. Leonard Jaques, e of H1orsenden House, Princes Risborough, Buckingham. (F`3ou oUE SPEcIA CORESrPONDmr2.) The difficulty is at length solved with respect to the vacancy in the secretariat Subscribers-only content

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    and one of malt were given away to the I n;^. bv the lo.rd of t: e manor of Princes Risborough, .bou, six o'clock eror Christmas mormnt. Afero its d~scontinuance bvef and mutton were distributed i to tile poor about Subscribers-only content

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    been posted. The private hinling business of MIessrs. Thomas I F;heeler and Ga, at High Wycombe, Amersham, ieaonnsfield, and Princes Risborough, established in '312, has been taxen icer by the Capital and Counties lank Lirited. The directorr of the Gres- Subscribers-only content

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    York; William John Ward, Clifton; Thomas Clover Pyman, Witham, Essex, George Woodcock, Leicestershire; Andrew Dyer, Trowbrldge, Wilts; Edward Meade, Princes Risborough; Samuel Parker,- Shef- field; Henry Taylor, Nottingham. THE KINGt S COLLEGE HOSPITAL.-A dinner in commemora- tion of the establishment Subscribers-only content

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    Waebiigton (ring danceri, Jerry 1artisscy (Irish comedian aud daistert, Alt At. F. Collier, Mi ' AArdle, arid Air Cailinseni. PRINCES RISBOROUGH. MIt W,. S. Wooneny wan inear toswe least wveek, with Iris celebrated origlirel Carpet flag. H-t had a, meat Subscribers-only content

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    Tiddington 8.5, Thanme 8.20, Blcdlov S.30, Aylesbury 8, Little I Nimble 8.5, Watlington 7.50, Aston Rowvant 7.65, Chinnor 8.5, Princes Risborough 8.40, West Wycombe 8.55, High Wycombe 9.5, Loudwater 9.15, Wooburn Green 9.25, Great Marlow 9.20, Bourne End 9.35, Cookham Subscribers-only content

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    7.55, Tiddington 8.5, Thame 8.20, Bledlow S.80, Aylesbury 8, Little Nimble 8.5, Watlington 7.5O, Aston Rowant 7.55, Chinnor 8.5, Princes Risborough 8.40, West Wycombe 8.55, ] High Wycombe 9.5, Loudwater 9.15, Wooburn Green I 9.25, Great Marlow 9.20, Bourne End Subscribers-only content

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    Tiddington 5.5, Thame 5.20, Bledlow 5.30, Watlington 5 a, Aston Rowant 5.10, Cliinn'sr 5.20, Aylesbury 6.15, Little Kimble 5.25, Princes Risborough 5.40, West Wycombe 5.56, High Wycombe 6.5, Loudwater 6.10, Wooburn Green 6.20, Great Marlow 6.10, BourneEnd 6.26, Cookham 6.30, Subscribers-only content

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    a.m., Wheatley 6.10, Tiddington 6.20, Thame 6.30, Watlington 6.15, Aston Rowant 6.20, Chinnosr 6.80, Aylesbury 6.35, Little Kimble 6.40, Princes Risborough 6.50, West Wycombe 7.5, High Wycombe 7.10, Loudwater 7.20, Wooburn Green 7.25, Great Marlow 7.15, Bourne End 7.30, Cookham Subscribers-only content

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    a.m., Wheatley 6.10, Tiddington 6.20, Thame 6.30, Watlington 6.16, Aston Rowant 6.20, Chinnur 6.80, Aylesbury 6.35, Little Kimble 6.40, Princes Risborough 6.50, West Wycombe 7.5, High Wycombe 7.10, Loudwater 7.20, Wooburn Green 7.25, Great Marlow 7.15, Bourne End 7.30, Cookham Subscribers-only content

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