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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Bicester district, and of this number there was not one froms Bicester. From the eighteen parishes in the Bletchingdon dis- trict there were but eleven applications. 4 The Eptrl of Derby has accepted, savs the ' Preston Chronicle,' Subscribers-only content

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    to Lavinia, daughter of the late Charles Legh, Esq., Mfacrcle- field, In the county of Chester.-On the I11th inst., at Bletchingdon, Oxon, John Miarriott Davenport, Esq., of Oxford, to Sophia Anne, daughter of ehe late Thornus Richard WValker, Esq., of Subscribers-only content

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    Church, Preston; Vicar or St. John the Baptist's, Broughton, near Preston-patrons, the trustees. Rev. P. F. Dale, M.A.; Rector of Bletchingdon, Oxon.- patrous, the Provost and Scholars of Queen's College, Oifori. Rev. J. Dart, ID.C.L., Honorary Canon of iova. Scotia; Subscribers-only content

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    aidi- Bletch- ingdon Wood, proved blanks. Wenton tbBusbys Spin- ney, and- found a brace.; Oar. fox took 'the- left round Bletchingdon, and on to Kirtlington, and gave us the slip. W ent back to Frog's Nest, and fonnd again. Ran Subscribers-only content

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    Smith proving the winner by 43 points. AcoirDrN.-On Wednesday last, Mr. Thomas Grimsley, builder, Bicester, while on his way froth Bletchingdon to Bicester, was thrown from his pony, when near Chesterton. The violence of the fall rendered him unconscious, and Subscribers-only content

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    o'clock punctually. The present entries include upwards of 900 STOCK EWES and LAMBS, from the well-kuownF!ocks of Mr. H. Bartlett, Bletchingdon; Mr. J. Buckle, Bicester; Mr. J. F. Clarkson, Soulderu; Mr. E. Checkley, Bicester; Mr. Rickens, Pitchcott; Mr. S. Deelev, Subscribers-only content

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    Drum and Fife Bauds:-Oxford, Woodstock, Kirt- lington, Bletchingdon, and Souldern. The following was, as near as was possible to ascertain, the order of the pro- cession: -Yarnlou Temperance Society; United Methodist Society, Oxford; Bletchingdon Band of Hope; Saint Nicholas', Tackley Subscribers-only content

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    and J. Berry (Rollright), W. Baker (Haddenham), C. B. Blythe, Temple (Boarstall), Knowles (Warwickshire), F. P. Bulley (Fairford), H. Bartlett (Bletchingdon), W. Clarke (Swell Weld), James Cheeseman (Caulcott), 0. Clarke (Twvford), Coverley (Redditch), Clack, Colo (Fairford), Joseph Cave (Bicester), Castle Subscribers-only content

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    Ditto, white kidney-l, A. Tustain; 2, G. Church, Evenley; 3, D. Jones. Ditto, coloured kidney-l, A. Tustain; 2, H. Kirtland, Bletchingdon; 3, D Jones. Celery, white-i, T. Waine, Launton; 2, T. Wakenell, Bicester; 3, D. Jones. Ditto, red-1, T. Waine; Subscribers-only content

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    had not i arews,] "the coppers" forlastyear's. The Baister thought the explanation satisfactory. Lord Valentia was allowed a vote for Bletchingdon, not being a peer of the realm. in the Bicester lists there was, as usual, considerable eme.da- Ition. Tie Subscribers-only content

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    Alveston, Stratford-on-Avon, Ellen Catherine i Holbeoh, widow of Captain Goo. Holbech, R.N., aged 79. Oct. 9, at the Black's Head, Bletchingdon, Mr. Albert f Barrett, aged 66. f Oct. 10, at the residence of her sister, Miss Slatter, No. 34, Subscribers-only content

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    18, labourer, was indicted for attempting to carnally know Elizabeth Kirby, a child aged 13 years, on August 3, at Bletchingdon. He pleaded guilty to a minor count in the indictment, that of indecent assault, and Mr. Gough, who was Subscribers-only content

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    27t DEATHS. , Ja. 27, at Ventnor Hospital, Isle of Wight, Frederick, third son of Henry and Jaue Ledger, of Bletchingdon, Oxon, aged 30. Jan.28, at the "Rock of Gibraltar," Rirtlingtou Station, Rachel, wife of Mr. Benjamin Bricknell, aged 50. Subscribers-only content

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    Dames, and 61 Knights; total, 1612. Of these, 236 had been transferred to the Shelswall Habitation, and 139 to the Bletchingdon. As to finances, the receipts had amounted to 201. 13s. 1Hd., and expenditure, 121. lOs., showing a balance in Subscribers-only content

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    Walden, Bletehingtnon; Florence Goddard, Woodstoekc Niitional * Rose Ashfield, Danbury National; Adn Scarlet, Slandleke. Third prices-Agnes Allsop, Holywvell; Selinla Reeve, Bletchingdon. Commended-Snrah Gardnler, Ad- derhury; Louisa Norris, lslip; Jemima Hovard, Churchill; Besesi Meson, Albury; Mdiriam Gibbard, Annie Freeman, and Alice Subscribers-only content

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    Byass, Esq, ; 2, 21. los., Mr. J. Gough, gardener to Sir W. Throckmorton; 3, if. Is., Mr. 6. kirtlaud, Bletchingdon; 4, lOs. 6d., Mr. J. G. Kitching, Lauriside, Malvern. Gioen be/ Xessrs. Wood (J Son, Wood Green, London. For Subscribers-only content

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    Bartoi; G. T. Cooke, Becklpy; G. B. Downes, Begtbroke; J. E. Field, Benson; T. J. Prout, Binsey; R. F. Dale, Bletchingdon; J. T. Johnson, Britwell Salome; H. Roberts, Cassibgton; G. B. Browh, Chalgrove; C. F. C. West, Charlbury; G. Car- Subscribers-only content

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    members were simply .r innumerable. Amongst the Societies represented were a Botley, Banbury, Kidlington, the various Societies of I Oxford, Bletchingdon, Summertown, Woodstock, Fritwell, I Bicester, Souldern, &c., &c. The bands included the a Oxford City Police Band, the Eynsham Subscribers-only content

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    Ditto, ditto, white, 3 bunches-1, Mrs. T. H. Shilling- ford, Bicester; 2, Mr. S. Malings. Peaches, 6-1, Rev. F. Dale, Bletchingdon; 2, Mrs. T. H. Shillingford. Nectarines, 6-No entry. Apricots, 6-1, Mr. 3. H. Gough, Souldern; 2, Mr. G. Gibbard, Subscribers-only content

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    Hawlees, Deddington. THE BICESTER. The Bicester Foxhounds commenced the regular season on Tuesday, in boisterous weather, the meet being at Bletchingdon, instead of Charlton, the usual opening fixture. After Lord Valentia's hospitality had been partaken of, the field moved on Subscribers-only content

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