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    the following letter, containing postage stamps to the value of 2lu. Gel. :" To thle Paynmasteers asid Over- seers of Burcote, ssear Bromegrove, Worcestershire :Sir, You will oblige me by giving to the esost destitute widdow in your parish or Subscribers-only content

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    Claverley, ordered to pay 7s costs; John Wl1- sonL of 'Claverley, milkseller, ordered to pay Cs. costs; Riebard HIardwlk, of Burcote, miller, fined 5s. and 6s, 4d. rests; Mathew Ml~es, of Hilton, tobacco dealer, fined 09. and 7s. costs; Luke Subscribers-only content

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    CoWS.-Several veyueu ougnwclch Shorthorns for Sae - 1010 Solo. Spaniel Do", liver ard ocht11" ntlroksen acre game,- H ppsis.Pss Hanrdwiock, Burcote Vito rsnsrtbh elsa flAT Wonite.d recently t ddool ; goon mooit" Address, full xGoporticulnrs Alexacder hmcth.\elos l~ons' Hac- 17OABIOT Subscribers-only content

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    Bridgnorth, and a fox wvas soon on foot, which made across the meadow in the direction of Bridgnorth. On reaching Burcote he was headed, and then made tracks to Bromley. For some time the scent was lost, but Reynard eventually Subscribers-only content

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    presented his 0- owvx'petition, describing himself as of 12, 'Utrecht Man- Ei; sions, Haarlem Road, West Kensington, lately residing -at Burcote Norbciry, Streathamn, carrying on business at 0 -Sav-oy Hill House, Strand, lately a director of pounlic e dacipnesIo o Subscribers-only content

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    in French. MR. SPENCER BALFOUR'S BURCOTE ESTATE. At the Bullingdon County Sessions, at Oxford, on Saturday, Mr. George W. Wreford, of Old Broad Street, London, trustee in the bankruptcy of Jabey Spencer Balfour, late of Burcote, Oxfordshire, was-admnmoned by Mir. Subscribers-only content

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    name of Jaber. Spencer Balfour on the ownerships list. Mr. Balfour owned considerable property in the parish, which joins the Burcote estate, and had done much for the locality by the erection of a number of labourers' dwellings. The name Subscribers-only content

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    Jahbe Balfour, at Burcote. -fr. Wreford, at the previous hearing, disputed his liability, but now admitted it, and an order was made for the rates and costs Mr. William Wbitehorn, the owner of The Croft, at Burcote, which was occupied Subscribers-only content

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    bands of Mr. George Wreford, Senior Official Receiver in Banlaxuptcy, who took possession of the property at Whitehall Court and Burcote, Oxford, with all books and papers. Up to this stage of the investigation no clue could be found to, Subscribers-only content

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    the sioise, rushed into the kitchen, and a struggle ensued. The servant rns out of Use house to go to Burcote to alarmn the residents. A labourer, named Richard Darhey, accompanied her hack to the house and fouid poor Newitt Subscribers-only content

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    YLATEST NEWS. | SPECIIAL & ORDINARY TELEGRAMS ] SPAIN-BATTLE WITH CARLISTS. A telegram to the Saiadardl, datecl \iadrid, Sun- day night, says:-" Friday's hatie resulted in the tetaii:g of Murrietta, Tile losses are enormous on both s;des. No quafter Subscribers-only content

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    and JONES W ILL attend, as usual, for the SALE by W AUCTION of FAT and STORE STOCK. Ascott, Oxon. BURCOTE, DORCHESTER, OXON. Two miles from Cuslkasn Station , 0. TF. R., 4 miles from I Abingdon, 7 from Oxford, Subscribers-only content

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    and STORE STOCK. Aecott, Oxon. NEXT THURSDAY. IMPORTANT SALE OF GROWING CROPS OF CORN, Y WITH STRAW TO GO OFF. BURCOTE, DORCHESTER, OXON, Two miles from Culham Station, Great Western Railway, four from Abingdon, seven from Oxford, and five from Subscribers-only content

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    Y, April 25, 1887. R. T. HOOPER DEACON has been favored l with instructions from Chas. MorbUll, ETq., M.F.H., of Burcote, Abirgdon, to SELL by ArOTION, on the above date,- i.-" BAMPTON," Brown Gelding. 2.-" BLACK BESS," Black Mare. 3.-1 Subscribers-only content

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    25, 1887. HR. T. OOPE R DEACON has been favored , X with iustructious from Chas. Morrell, Esq., M.F.H., of Burcote, Abiugdou, to SELL by AUOTION, on the above date,- 1.-" BAMPTON," Brown Golding. 2.-" BLACK BESS," Black Mare. 3-" Subscribers-only content

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    and the Warden of Merton. TitHOWING STONES AT BICYCLISTS.-Oharles Stacey, of Dorchester, labourer, was summoned for assaulting Henry Oveuell, at Burcote, on the 11th inst,-Tie complainant said lie lived in St. Aldate's. and on the 11th of October hie was Subscribers-only content

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    SALE tit theirt Depots on Commis- sion.-Address IDsENS & Sox, Eveshaun, Worcestershire. I On the Banks of the Thames, AT BURCOTE, IN OXFORDSHIRE. A very dry and healthy situation. Two miles from Oulham and five miles from Didcot Stations, G.W.R., Subscribers-only content

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    clisia, satin, wood, terra cotta, American cloth, &c.)-lst, 11. lOs., given by ILady Catherine Weyland, awarded to Miss M. Morrell, Burcote; 2nd, 1f., given by Mrs. Herbert Parsons, Miss. Agatha Carter, Sarsden Rectory; 3rd, ls., Miss J. Beater, Worcester-terrace; 4th, Subscribers-only content

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    Dorchester Club evidently intended to do this, as it wvas not a village team, players coming from Nunielan, Mr, Balfour's (Burcote) party, end Cliftot Rarnpden. GREAT MILTON. The interment of the' late Mrs. Sheppard took place ott Thursday lest in Subscribers-only content

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    Nevill, Will taihe place oll the 23th inst., ~tt !Holy Trinity Church, Eridge Urcesn, Kent. Mr. J. Sperscor Balfour, of Burcote Honse, JI .)ngdonl has basei adopted as the Liberal candil:tte for Baroley, wilere a va.cancy is abclt to take Subscribers-only content

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