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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Temple.-G L Williams, Florence street, Islington, builder. [J R Chidlev, Basinghall street.-H Walker, Leicester, batter. FJames and Knight, Birmingham.-D Watkins, Backway farm, Sheb- bear, Devon, cattle dealer. [11 Fulford, North Tawton, Devon.-J Ambler, Bradford, York, worsted manufacturer. [Ingram and Baines, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of thle aiine Tiens- teosl-Tiho RESIOINCE, No. 24, fil HItnisetad Road. near Selin .1111, with large Uarden. and Rtight nO Backway, ltet in occupation of Dr. Blchebr ait ik rent of £23.. hut nowv void, so that possession coo lie Subscribers-only content

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    Kit~che.. Cellar, two other scrttie;. -. gla-Colerced Vinery, Seullery. and Out-otlices in yard; ih ie sdnsmall Greenhouse, and Arlbour, with Backway. Th a,,a is 526 setuare yar ds. or theareabou ts. 1-nere j- spac is: the erection of ether buildinse, Subscribers-only content

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    Arms, Gren banlk, Henry George Lloyd to Chatlos Win. Morris. RercctrCc.Hionbarc'S Arms, Devonport-street, Richard Consighaim to POPLart.-Aleanclester Arms, faintelsester-rond, Jobh Backway to Win. Herbert. Crown and Sceptre, Woolinore-street, Robert Benttell to Win. Henry Style. Ainlior and Hope, West Ferry-road, John Subscribers-only content

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    three. ACCIDENT.-A child of Mr. John Hitohman, clothier, of this town, was on Tuesday last climbing a tree in the Backway, Bicester, when he fell heavily to the ground. Mr. Hitchman being fetched by some children found his son in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late Mr. O John Liddington, BEH S'OLD BY AUCTION, T By Nelsrs. PAXTON and HOLIDAY, W On the premises, "Backway," Bicester, on Monday,.May Bi 9th, 1887, at Eleven o'clocek, by direction of the Executrix. R( The Grass Keeping- is Subscribers-only content

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    resolved to invite specifications. The Committee Of In- of spection reported that they had examined the building kt site in Backway, and that theys ad come to an arrangement .m wth he arius owners of the land as to an Subscribers-only content

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    INCLOSURE of excelleat ARABLE LAND, known as Backway Field, containing 11A. 2R1 - o., and occupied by Mr. Jos. Simmons, at the annual reut of £36 Oa, Od., situate and abutting on tho Backway High-road, Haddenham, and near to Lot Subscribers-only content

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    and occupied by Mr. LJos. Simmons, at the annual YC reut of £C30 Os. 0d., settute and abutting on the Backway High-road, Itaddeicham, and near to Lot 1. tr Lot :1-THREE INCLOSUBES of ARABLE and vs PASTURE LAND, couenicinig 1SA. Subscribers-only content

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    and 2 Closes of ACCOMMODATION PASTURE LAND, containing 3A. 3R. 39P., situato close to the town, and possessing frontages to Backway and Launton Road, the whole (except a small portion) for many t, years past occupied by the proprietor, the Subscribers-only content

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    WV. Plant and H. George; And TWO CLOSES of Valuable PASTURE LAND, EN Containing about Five Acres, situate in the Backway, I 0 BE SOLD BY AUCTION, the T By GEO. CASTLE I At the King's Arms Hotel, Bicester, on Subscribers-only content

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    On the IarAct Place; ire ALSO Of TWO ENCLOSURES of ValuablePASTURE LAND, _ Containing 6A. 2R. 10P., situate in the Backway, N, GEO. CASTLE l S favoured. with instructions to SELL the above 1by AUCTION, at the King's Arms Hotel, Subscribers-only content

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    instructed to write to them on the matter. IR Plans, wetdbMre pssed forl anr. ED. Grni.' propse newhca houses in Backway, and it was resolved the street lamps Sc should be painted as soon as possible. AmNrne~tsAY.-Tho anniversary of the Subscribers-only content

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    ARABLE rd, LAND, new let as Allotments, containing 13A. li. DP. (of which 3R. 23P. is Copyheld), known as "1 Backway N Field," situate near to the V71illage of Haddenhasi, bounded (ii two sides by public roads, and produciug a Subscribers-only content

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    particularly large ELM a TIMBER TREES, quantityof Elm Tops, Legwood, Fagot3, &c., lotted and lying in a paddock adjoining the Backway TLane, the property of Mr. T. C. Finch. 0 BE SOLD BY AUCTION, T BgV GEO. CASTLE, At the Subscribers-only content

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    Fe. repairs to tho Surveyor's residence, and permission was ug grmanted to Mr. J. W. Smith to lay drains in Backway im and Water-lane, and to fix sockets for blind-posts in1 odl Ship-sitreet. In reference to a communication from the Subscribers-only content

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    Three o','lock in the aftornoon, in Soven Lots, as -follows :- Lot 1.-A very deleirble ACCOMMODATION FAIM, known aa s Backway Farnm," Bicester, with extensive atid convoelient B1uildinigs thereon, rlick anid Cattle Yards, and Four Encloskires of Old Pasture and Subscribers-only content

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    those Two capital Briok-built and Slated . of COTTAGES, with closets, and garden ground, abutting on the Manor Road or Backway, in the respective ocoupa- tiens of Mrs. Kate Smith and Mr. George Wood. For further information and particulars of Subscribers-only content

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    Mortemnore. The tenure is Derbyhold, equal in value to Freehold. Lot 2.-A PLOT of BUILDING GROUND, situate in q the Backway, with Cart, Work, and Poultry Sheds erected -1 thereon. Lot 3.-SIX LONG-LFASEHOLD Stone-built and _ Tbatched COrPAGES, situate in Subscribers-only content

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    Shipley, sen., Nottingham, tanner, currier, aud leather seller. Moses David Streliu, Newgate-street, Loudon, merchant. Heury Walker, Leicester, hatter. David Wstkina, Backway Farm, Shebbear, Devon, cattle dealer. George Longridge Williams, Florence- street, Islington, London, builder. DiTiDßan declahbd. - Timothy Bourne Bourne, Subscribers-only content

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