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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flowers. In the former the frst pize was taken by Mrs. H. Ndsh, blade End House Miss F. Morrell, of Burcote, was secand,and Miss Dalzell, St. Alban's Priory, thid. For the best basket of wild flowers Miss Isabel. Dodd was Subscribers-only content

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    m Ham pden, parishioners of, vogetrtbies and fruit; Mrs. LY Douglas, St. Margaret's-road, grapes; J. Spencer Balfour,. :h Esq., M.P., Burcote, 12 hares; Me'. J~lJn Bright, Brize- d Norton, vegetables. Har vest Fetival GContributions- - Aibury and Tiddington, vegetables: Headiugton Subscribers-only content

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    to ,lara ,LuccS Balfour, widow of the late Waller RIse Bishop, and only daughter of J. Spencer Balfour, MIP., of Burcote, Oxon. Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, Shtoting, Blantkets, Ohina, Glass, Carpets, and Wedding TroUsSeaux, at Cash Prices--City Drapery Stores, Oxford. Please Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. James tE Cotton, Rector of 4iton Hampden, Jamneaalfour, only dl son of J. Spencer Halfour, Eeq., M.P., of Burcote, near i; Abiugdon, to Ethel blaud, elder daughter S .. Sisson, t] 1. Elsn, J.P., of Talardy, St. Asaph. Subscribers-only content

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    were conveyed to Burcote on ite Wednesday, tiut their enjoyment was maired by a heavy lev downpour of rain accompanied by thunder and lightning. lhe Last yetar they met with a similar fate when visiting sat Burcote. ir- A PLurcY Subscribers-only content

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    OXFORDSHIRE COUN77¶:. COUNCIL. To the Electors of the ]Dorchester Division, aooparPINo THE PSI9RZSU OF Baldon, Marsh. Culham. Baldon, Toot. Dorchester. Burcote. Drayton: - Chiselhampton. Nuneham Courtenay. Cliftsn Hampden. Sandford-on-Thamies. Stadhampton. LADIES AND GENTLzEMEN, PP HE term of my election as Subscribers-only content

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    OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. To the Electors of the Dorchester Division, compaisrNo THE PAseH8Es oP Baldon, Marsh. Culhamn Baldon, Toot. Dorchester. Burcote. Drayton. Chiselhanmpton. NenebaRn Courtenay. Clifton Haampdsn. Sandford-on.Thaines. Stadhantpton. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 7HE term of my election as your Representative Subscribers-only content

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    OXFOIDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. To the Electors of the Dorchester Division, COMPnISING THE PAISHES OF T o Marsh Bnldon, Toot Baldon, Burcote, Chiselhampton, | Clifton Hampden, Culham, Drayton, Dorchester, Nuns- hba, Courtney, Sanudford. oe-Thames, and Stadhamptou. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,;, 0. jOR Subscribers-only content

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    left England with intent to defeat or delay his heaviE creditors. Tyhe debtor's housekeeper at his house at per at Burcote, Oxfordshire, has blated that he has left the nice w country, having given her a power of attorney outboinioig Subscribers-only content

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    07 MR. J. SPEN CERI BALFOtiTR. *t1 estate at Burcote, near Dorchester, in this county, gr. J. S. Balfour comprises from 3U to 35 acres, with lurge houses and outbuildings upoa it. It is eleo. ,,cnily ijghted throughout, the t Subscribers-only content

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    with Dorchester by a foidway over the Thames, and at I another point with the former important landing-place th at Burcote, in which direction a broad roadway can be pri traced from a principal "s treet" traversing the field from Subscribers-only content

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    BURCOTE ESTATE. THE TRUST5E SuOrMONED rOR Peon RATI.1 Mr. George W, Wreford, of Old Broad-street, London, trustee in the bankruptcy of Jabez Spencer Balfour, late of Buicote, was suminoned by Mr. Thomas Latham, farmer, one of the Overseers of Subscribers-only content

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    THE RATES OF THE BURCOTE ESTAT~. George'W. Wreford, Old Broad-street, London, was summoned for the non-psyment of rates to the amount of 17f. 19s.'7d., due to the overseers of the parish in respect of the Burcote estate, until recently in Subscribers-only content

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    to whom he sold for 2601. just before his departure e, from England the equity of a, property on the Burcote it estate; Mr.Rhodes, joint trustee of the nuptial settlement; Mr. Freeman, the latter being called in connection with bl3 Subscribers-only content

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    Cos BIRTHS, the Nov. 17, at the Parsonage Farm, Sbipton-under- Wyclh- it wood, he wife of F. W. Bowen, of a son, lea! Nov. 21, at the King's Arma Hotel, Deddisngtcn, the frai wife of Harry Longworth, of twine-son Subscribers-only content

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    Rainey and Mark ly. Shrimpton; Bnldon, Toot, Robert Bravington and James Ing Aldworth: Beckley, David Kimbell and Willougbby sd, Kembell; Burcote, Rebecca MlargaretBishop and Thomas of Latham; Chilwortb, Charles Harris Rowles and Joseph lur Franiclin ; Chislehampton, William Fuller and Subscribers-only content

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    the beat nalt colt or filly, foaled in 1804, rial l61 (the gift of G R Higgins, Esq, The Croft. Burcote), Mr Rickards, Lyford; 2, Mr J T Hewer, Radley; rz ton Mr J Kimber, Fydleld C Class 16-For the Subscribers-only content

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    the kind invitation of Mr. G. Randall Big. gins, about 70 members attended a garden ainparty at ' The Croft," Burcote. The day was *lie gloriously fine, and the out-door games provided, eeand the hospitality shown, gave keen enjoyment to Subscribers-only content

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    avacancy in tile Couint~yCouieil for the Dor-t choster electorijl division. Early in the week Mr. I1 .ND Randell Higgins, of Burcote, intimate. his intention time to become a candidate for the vacancy, but ho has Ale6 since withdrawn his candidatlure Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Yeates, £60, £70, andl )n £60; one belonging to Messrs. A. and E. Painter, v. £70; and one at Burcote, belonging to Mr. W. h Whitehorn, £120. or YARNTON. nl A meeting of the parish council was held in Subscribers-only content

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