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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 April 1765, 22 April 1765

    Liberties, of Long Buckby, in the County of Nor- " thampton, exclufive of that Part of the Hamlet of ** Murcot which lies in the faid Parifli;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe." A Meffage was brought Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1788, 25 February 1788

    whereof belongs to the Petitioner, as Lord of the said Manor, and the Parishes, Hamlets, or Townships of Beckley, Horton, Murcot, Fencot, Charlton, Oddington, and Noke, and the said Waste called Otmoor, lie within the Petitioner's said Manor of Beckley; Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1788, 18 March 1788

    Names are thereunto subscribed, being Freeholders, Land¬ holders, and Cottagers, residing within the Parishes, Hamlets, or Townships of Beckley, Horton, Murcot, Fencot, Charlton, Oddington, and Noke, in the County of Oxford, was presented to the House, and read; Setting forth, Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1788, 28 April 1788

    Names are Petitions. thereunto subscribed, being Freeholders, Landholders, and Cottagers, residing within the Parishes, Hamlets, or Townships of Beckley, Ilorton, Murcot, Fencot, Charlton, Oddington, and Noke, in the County of Ox¬ ford, which were severally presented to the House upon Subscribers-only content

    An Act For Dividing and Inclosing a certain Common, Moor, or Tract of Waste Land, Within the Barony of Manor of Bulbeck, in the County of Northumberland., 25 October 1764

    /» /£* Cokä/v «/ Northampton, «tf/a/fo* 0/ f&a/ Pßrj 0/ /&<? Zfoj»/Vf 0/ Murcot w/&zVi> /y« z» /k y«J Pw#, «»V&c«/ FöWKf er ^jfeö/c» ^0 ßHy P#y£« wte/fl^w. &? Mp »*£ G«/. Which Oath it fhali and may be lawful Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UJlTVANTRDI' (LASS ofAJ1JVBBPrSLqMBNTSI Por opnoecoutive Insertions of the classes osf emaifl Advostiesmaitz partieularlsed below the oltlowing are the orelid ohargec" 16 Word, Once ..... 6d. 117 to 32 '&-Ordo, Once... oO Dift*, Three Insertlonm la, Ud Ditto Throb Insertionssa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would enrlavour to stop the use of the catapult among his boys. , 2 ILLEGAL REMOVAL OF ANTMrALS.-William SnSith, farmer. Murcot, and Charles Haydon, farmer, Hedeote Boyce, were charged weith moving, respectively, two bul. locs and two sheep from the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being closed with a dispLay of fireworis. The results of She principal evente wvere:- 100 yards handicap for youths: B. Murcot 1, J. Gennoe 2, a- Newman 3.-lOO yards handicap for men ever forty : S. Salt I, I. Richards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London. G NLOTIILNdG.-TRA.VltILER, with good connection in Lantashire. 0Yorkshire. and Midlands. is owen to represent first-ceass House, Addreo&b M. 479, Murcot y-oltice._________________ COMSIO.N AU;ENT wanted by a Belfasrt Listen House, to call C 5( y nXhosesle Houses. Apply, writh references, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Amateurs at the Lyceum Theatre. An amateur performance, under the special patronage of her Majesty, the Prince Consort, and the Prince of Wales, took place on Wednesday night, in aid of the Band Fund of the Civil Service Subscribers-only content

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