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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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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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    rough, humorous, and tender-hearted Yankee, Asa Tronshard; Mri Chembers As the villain Conle, and Mr.- Evans as the Idrunken clerk, Murcot, were well studied in their respective parts. The Ireet of the oharacters (male) were well acted, hot are teo Subscribers-only content

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    toilot, by the booties, are still in the bill. Messrs. Townsend and tioav (N;bgers), Miss Lizzie Pearce, Miss M'Iumes, Mr. Murcot, bier; Nossley. dir. C. Stewvard, Mr. C). Heywood, and the operatic valst', Mlessrs. Fitchenry, Rivera, with Messrs. Bury and Subscribers-only content

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    THE WIMBLEDON MEETING. On Sunday immense crowds visited the, eaaampme)nt, and macv and land were tine complaints on ascunut Of thorn being nothing to be hod to drink after a long walk or drives over dusty roads. It was Subscribers-only content

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    As, TIencliacrd iii the hainds of Mr Clifford Cooper syas a good hinperso. nation. dir G. S. Titheradge as Abel Murcot, lid Mr G. IV. Poole, Ijuddiconahe, acted generally scith good effect. .Ur T. 0, Valeistine appeared as Sir Edwuard Subscribers-only content

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    and Justices G. Ward, Sheard, W. Gray, and Hawkins. Edward Newell, farmer, of Murcot, was charged with being drunk while in charge of a horse and cart, on Carfax, on Wednesday, and was fined 2s. 6d. and 7s. costs. William Subscribers-only content

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    engaged in building speculations for about four or five years, and in 1085 he changed the mort- gage of the Murcot property from Mr. Grimbly to Mr. Williams. The property had cost him over 001., and when he tried to Subscribers-only content

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    HEYFORD POLLING DISTRICT. Heyford Lower. Somerton. Ilcyford Upper. Folting Station-Natioual School, Upper Ileyford. ISLIP POLLING DISTRICT. Charlton-on-Otmoor. Noke. Fencot and Murcot. Oddington. Islip. Woodeaton. Polling StatioD-Boy?' School, near Railway Station, Islip. KIDLINGTON POLLING DISTRICT. Beghroke. Thrup. C gosford. Watereaton. Kidlington. Subscribers-only content

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    Ilk HIIYFORD POLLING DISTRICT. bee Hevford Lower Hey lord. Upper sotmortou A ISLIP POLLING DISTRICT.yo Chatlton-on.Otmoor Noke it Fencot and Murcot Oddingtou Jon Islip Woodeatuu NI At OXFORD (the County Hall). on Friday thle 30th of dny September, imt Ten Subscribers-only content

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    of Ambrosden, Arneot, Blsokthorn, God- dington, Launton, Piddiugton. and Stratton Audley. The National Schools, Launton. For Parishes of Charlton-on-Otrnoor, Feneotand Murcot, Merton, Noke and Oddington. The Parish Schools, Charlton-on-Otmoor. ROTHERFIELD ELEOTORAL DIVISION. For Parishes of BadgoMrore, Rotherfield Grys aud Rother- Subscribers-only content

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    balan Frederick-placo, Mayfield-road, Summertownv, cnd gar- a tre denor's cottage adjoining; freehold house at Kidlington * gene freehold farm at Murcot; and three houses, about 195 Ml acres, and sevens or eight acres of land at Charlton-vO- Offlc. Otmoor; leasehold Subscribers-only content

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    H-au dwick. Tusnore. lflethe. ISYFORtD POLLING DISTRICT, H Teyford Lower. Somerton. IHeyford Upper. IlP POLLING DISTRICT. Charl(rlt-on-OtIoor. Noke. IFencot ald Murcot. Oddinrgton. Islip. aVoodeaton. At Buie OR (the Magistrates' Rom) on Thursday, the 14th of September, at Fleven o'clock. for Subscribers-only content

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    Hardwick. Tasmore. Hethe. d IEYIoRnD .POLLING DiSTrnCT, r- Heyford Lower. Soroerton. Heyford Upper. ISLIP POLLING DISTRICT. harlton-on-Otmoor. Noke. - 'encotand Murcot. Oiddington. Islip. Woodeaton. (At BUraOaD (the Magistrates' Room), on Thursday, the 13th of September, at Eleven o'clock, *for 1-ViSing Subscribers-only content

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    to the amount of 7001. On Monday sennight as Mr. Patchell's wag- gon was on its return from Oxford to Murcot, loaded wit h barrels of beer, it accidentally slipped, and was overturned in a stone quarry, when one of Subscribers-only content

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    :- Lord Dundreary, Mr. Sothern ; De Moots, Mr. Temple ; Asa Trenohard, Mr. C.Seymour; Bir Mdmard Trenchardi Mr. Wiltord; Murcot (reformed), Mr. E. Shepherd; Buggisu (a builder), Mfct Wood ; Bihnmy, Mr. Campbell; Lady Trenehard, Mrs. Miehels ; Lady Subscribers-only content

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    HINCKLEY LOCAL BOARD. A meeting of this Board waa held on Tuesday evening; present, Messrs. G. Bott (chairman), O. Kinton, B. Rvley, J. Ball, W. Porter. T. Aucott, B. Brooks," X. Pratt. J. Abbott, W. Hill C. A. Murcott, Subscribers-only content

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