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    inq iest on Saturday on the boly of a farmer and wool dcaler named Allitt, who wsas found dead near Shenington. Deceesed was a farmer at Oxhill, near Eineton, and was riding from Danbl~ury to hlis home oni Tuesdaty even- Subscribers-only content

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    him before when in a similar condition, and knew what would suit him; but hoe was informed that Dr.MaVicar, of Shenington, Barnbury, was attending Dr, Hutchinson, Witness had some conversation with Dr. fcaVicar on the following Sunday afternoon as to Subscribers-only content

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    something to do with the conduct of the police in the case.-A letter was read from Mr. James Kelsey, of Shenington, applying a for Dr. MaeVicar's appointment, but the Board aged t I advertise for a successor. BRA WLING IN Subscribers-only content

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    Bloxbii 'and the second " Handsome;" by "Hermit "-L "MarY,"3vbelied on Februaty 19, walked by Mr. R. . Harris; of. Shenington. "Hamlet " acd " Harleqluin," which took the first prize recently at Peterborough foi the Vest pair of dog Subscribers-only content

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    a . yr fi WARWICOSHIRE HOUNDS: s The meet yesterday was at Houndshill. The first fox E was found gt0 Shenington Spinney, and gave the hounde a a short spin round by Aldermmnster, and was given upt going for Presrowon-tour, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. LEEDS, SEPTEMBER 7, 1869. T11E LRIDS OARPENTARS' AND JOINEEW' BOAR QP A18s3MATIoN.-The first quarterly raeeting of this liosd, whichhas been formed in aoord BAan.with rale fnalIly ngreed upon, was held last night in the rooms of Subscribers-only content

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    Esq. pro- GE1Rns-TXwis.-On the 18th October, at the Wesleyan Chapel, ion. Royapettab, Mladras, by A. the Rev. W ssi- Alfreu Shenington Geden, M.A., second son of tie late Rev. D. teel I Geden, of Didsbury, to Annie Mary, onlydaIghter of Subscribers-only content

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    meet on Monday, at Whimpton Bridge; on Tuesday, at Mitford Bridge ; on Thursday, atFrankfort. Wood; and on Saturday, at Shenington M-.ll-at half-past ten. T'HER HOcas WITH TaH HAbRIERas OF GEORos ST. VINCENT WILOSI. ESQ., OF IIEDGRAVE BALL, SUFFOLK,-On Monday Subscribers-only content

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    not out ... .. 0 Byes, &c. _,, 3 Total ... 31 Total ... 71 BANBU1RY. ; BIRTH-July 31, at Shenington, the wife of Daniel Shelewoll, of a son. DrED.-July 29, at Bloxhamt, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. lWilliam Bonuar, of Subscribers-only content

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    the Bell Imn, Shenington, on Tuesday, August 23, at Five o'clock in, the evening, under conditions to be then produced. I Lot 1.-A.FREEHOLD Stone-built and Slated Genteel COTTAGE, pleasantly situated at the entrance of the village of Shenington, with a Subscribers-only content

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    Militia and Banbary Rile Corps; much respected. Aug. 18, at Staines, John; eldest son of the late John Shelewell, of Shenington, Oxen, aged 37. Aug. 22, at Oxford, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the I late Mungo Ponton. Aug. 22, at Subscribers-only content

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    HIeadiagton, Oxford, to Mary Vard, daughter of Mr. A. J. Sheard, of 118, Cromwell-road, S.W. DEATH S. April 18, at Shenington, Kathleen Mary, daughter of Mr. D. Shelswell, aged nine weeks. April 19, at Adderbury West, Mr. William Pinfold, aged Subscribers-only content

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    and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, and PIGS, in the above Market, commencing at Ten o'clock to the minute. THE RECTORY FARM, SHENINGTON, An excellent Flock of 215 CROSS-BRED SHEEP, 30 Hecad of CAT1TLE, 7 CART HORSES, NAG MfARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Wagons, Subscribers-only content

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    E3lectors of the WVroiton Electoral Dividion, h Comprising the Perishes of Allerton, Bodicote, s Broughton, Drnyton, Epwell, North Nowington, 0 Shenington, Shutford East, Shutford West, and C Wroxton. 0 LADIES AND GExNLumezEn t C H lAVING been requested to allow Subscribers-only content

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    vow, but must imagine the rest. B . I am, yours faithfully, B , GEO). D. WYVILLE THOMSON. Oak," it Shenington, Jan. 11, 1590. Sawyc n o DEAR SiB,-Tbere is very little influenza in this in- - mediate neighbourhood as Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. W., Croprey . .I. 1 6 do Blythroan, Rev. A., Alkerton I 6fr.. . 1. r Blythmau, Rev. A.. Shenington . - , 3 3 0 Al Came Rev. WV. A., Burford . .2 10 3 th Dermer, Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    Albert Bloomfeld, aged six years. Jan. 28, at 44, Broad.street, Banbury, Joseph Castle, in his 84th year. Jan. 28, at Shenington, Clara Mary, wife of John G. Spencer, aged 35. Jan. 28, at Shutford, Anne Gardner, widow of the late Subscribers-only content

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    to keep the peace for six months, and ordered at to pay 8s. costs. Thhomas Hopkins, a cattle dealer, of Shenington, was tl charged with being drunk in the streets of Shipetou, on o gugst 3rd, while in charge of Subscribers-only content

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    forwarded to the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution between the let January and the 31st December, 1893 :-Blyth- man, Rev. A., Shenington, Banbury, 30, 3E.; Clhmenson, Rev. J., Shiplake, 40. 4s. 6d.; Dermer, Rev. E. C., SS. Philip and James, and Subscribers-only content

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    the soft side, especially in front of the bottom goal. The cc n School also beat a strong eleven from Shenington by four a 9 goals to one on the previous Wednesday, but both the gi Y matches were on Subscribers-only content

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