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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pwvsig, argen nag atal trafnidiaeth am amser. Yr un dydd, rhedodd cerbydres nwyddau oddiar y l1inell yn agoc i orsaf. Bicester ; dryiliwyd caith o'r cerbydau yn chwilfriw, a gwnaed cywaint o niwed i'r Yloli ace. acliosi ataliad yn y Subscribers-only content

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    Sbetharopton, silversmith.-April 23. Robert Dawson. Oxford street, Middlesex, linsen-draper.-Marchl 5. Henry Ni- c0solson, Bishopsgate-street, London, silk-mercer.- March 12. Eliz. Kent, Bicester, Oxtbrdslrire, draper. -March 8. J. Deakin, Manchester, Inaoufacturer. March 5. H. Fel!, B'ssinghall-street, warehousenan.- March 5. S. Draper, Oxford-street, Subscribers-only content

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    at tixelve, at the Bridgewater Arms Inn, an- chester. Attorney; Mr. Morga, Mancheater, DIIp!N D S. May 2. .1,. Phillips, Bicester, Oxfardlshire linea-draper. -Mtarchl 26. T. Eyles, Elstow, Bedfordshire, butcher. -March 26. J. $lkan Daniels, Coleman-street, Lon.- don, merphaznt.-March 19. Subscribers-only content

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    J. Jennings, Wendlebury, Oxford, brewer, March I 14, April 15, at eleven, at the King's Armes Inn, Bicester. -At- torney, Mr. Walford, Bicester. B. Newport, Gill-street, Limnehouse, carpenter, Afarch 101 }8, April 15, at one, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Fitz Subscribers-only content

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    The damages were laid at 50001.-Mr. BRotoeAMa stated the case for the plaintiff, whose father formerly kept an inn at Bicester. The defendant was the son of a retired hosier, formerly of Casile-street, Lei- cester-fields: he was a lieutenant in Subscribers-only content

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    near Maidstone, a ser- setut-at-law, to Miss Coker, of Bosey house, Kent, and only daughter of the late JohunCoker, of Bicester, Esq. On the 14th inst. John Oneat, Esq. of the Royal Arsenal, to Clara Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mrs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his bag had been foued, and would be restored for a rea- sonable compensation. A riot. has taken place at Bicester in Oxfordshire. The paupets em- ployed on the roads refused to submit to a deduction from their pay on Subscribers-only content

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    Spurrier, Poole, merchants. BANKRUPTS. J. Sainthill, Tooley-street, millstone-merchant. [Pierey, Southwark. J. Briggs, Horsham, victualler. [Palmer and Co., Bedford-row. P. Tomes, Bicester, tea-dealer. [Amory and Coles, Throgmorton-street. J. Ellis, Chester. brewer. [Philpot and Stone, Southamnpton-street. W. Turnbull, Upper Grafton-street. [Edwards. Mitre-court. Subscribers-only content

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    BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. J. Sainthill, Pickle-Herring, Todley-street, French burr-merchant, from Aug.24 to Sept. 3. E. Tomes, Bicester, Oxfordshire, tea-dealer, from Aug. 24 to Sept. 3. J. Treharne, Cwmilletrig, Cariiartienshire, farmer, to Sept. 7. BAN'KCRUPTS. J. G. BoDDey, Cooper's-row, wine-merchant. [Henson, Bouverie-street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Mark lane. J. Ditton, Mare street, Hackney, cleesernonger.I [Lofty and Potter, King street, Cheapside. G. Foster, Bicester, Osfordshire, licensed victualler. [Jones, Bicester. W. and It. Worth, Totnes, Devonshire, linen drapers., ETur- ner and Hensrnan, Basing lane. B. Downey, Cheltenaham, Subscribers-only content

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    boiler-October 26, F. Symonds. Bildestune, Suffolk, miller-October 23, E. Knight, Ulverston, Lancashirecurrier-tlctoher 24, J. Dawson, Liverpool, scrivener-Oetober 23, G. Fester, Bicester, Oxford- shire, licensed victualler-October 24, W. Grantham, Kiogston- upon-Bull, mercer-October 2d, G. Dickenson., Dover, paper manufacturer-November 1, E. D. Subscribers-only content

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    merchants- I. and S. Kenworthy, Charlestown, Lancashire, shopkeepers- J. Humphries and Co. Kidderminster, Worcestershire, carpet manufacturers-H. Brittin and W. Elkington. Bicester, Oxford- shire, grocers-D. and S. Chandler, Shipton Bellinger, Hamp- shire, bakers-Duncan, Hamilton, and Dandie, Perth. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. W. and Subscribers-only content

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    regiment, on charges preferred by Colonel Trevor, his commanding officer.-Keentish Observer. The usuallv quiet and peaceful neighbourhood of Hethe, near Bicester, in Oxfordshire, has just been dis. turbed by the agitation of the Church-rate question. Unlike manufactured articles where the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hudderafield, Yorkshire, dealers in cotton warps-June 13, J. and J.S. T olson, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, fmany cloth manufacturers-June 13, E. Harper, Bicester, Oxfordshire, grocer-July 8, Sarah Belt and J. Whitfield, Winlaton, Durham, merchants-June 15, C. Pain, Liverpool, hat manufacturer-June 17, J. Subscribers-only content

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    public, as spectators and hearers, though not as speakers or voters. The Rev. Mr Bonner; the Rev. W. Ferguson, of Bicester; Mr Sidney Smith; Mr Foster, of Stockport; Mr L. Hayw'ard, of Liverpool; the Rev. Mr Morgan, of Stourbridge; Mr Subscribers-only content

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    16 T. Pidgeon, E. Getley, ard H. oinas, Birmingham and Sheffield, merchants. CERTIFICATES-SEPTESMoOt 9. E. Harper Steeple Claydon, Biuckinghamshite. and Bicester, Oxfordshireo grocer and draper-W. Wisedill and W. Cockett, Newrt ironutongers-`J. ewvser, Milron street, Orsqtiuare, timuber merchaut-E. C. Taylor, Albany Subscribers-only content

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    merchant. [Gatty and Garth, Angel court. T. Gibson, Bucklersbury, coffeehouse keeper. [H. W. and W. C. Sole, Aldermanbary. J. Aplin, Bicester, Oxford, scrivener. [Risley and Chappell, Quality court, Chancery lane. C. Bailey, Berkhampstead Saint Peter, Hertford, plumber. [Wiltiams, Lincoln's inn Subscribers-only content

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    I FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, February 28. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. L. Stanworth and S. Hargreaves, Worsthorne-'with-.Hrst- wood, near Burnley, Lancashire, farmers-J. Thomas, Sons, and Co. Bristol, wholesale grocers; as far as regards S. Bunny -F. and R. E. Simpson, Subscribers-only content

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    SS. Id. WORKHOUSE MANAGEMENT.-At the Bicester petty sessions on Monday last, the 6th instant, two men were brought before the magistrates (the Rev. A. H. Matthews and Mr W. Style), in custody, from the Bicester lock-up, or cage, where they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brighton Railway. William Fechney Black, Esq. Wilton place, Belgerce square, Director of the Italian and Austrian Railway. William Cole, Esq. Bicester, Oxon, Director of the Wilts and Berks Canal. William Shaw, Esq. Director of the Thames Embankment, and 1Manag- inrg Subscribers-only content

 

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