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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jon., Neir, road, Woolivich, lallmter andgilazier Georgt: PagL, Sittinoghurne, Kent, wiheelwrright Joh'n Sack5ett, Effingham place, Raiissgate, tatilor James Wo od, Stadhampton, Oxfsrdshire, calf and pig d1ealer Jo-tin Rathwc ll, Stanidishgate street, Whca~s, leather dresse-r cohn Atkinsoc, -Norttm road, Prestoni ,ZLdncshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seeneing .wasspe the moot convivial manner. SInu~s. W;icerE TYATO55.-A very excellent match, between Mr. James Woods, the celebrated player, of Stadhampton, and Mr. J. Coales, of Wvhitbotirne, against Mr. G. Alderman, of Walliugford, and MrJ. William Hall, of Mioretton, was Subscribers-only content

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    v. CHaLGRovc..-On Monday a game came off at Stad- hampton, between the juniors of that place and those of Chalgrove. Stadhampton won, with 58 runs to spare; their score was 46 and 50: total 96. Chalgrove 14 and 24: total Subscribers-only content

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    pracotiB'ing' daily' on the line ;new ground-"just: completed. 'i 0- - STAD}IAXPTON 'V. HADINGTON BEITANNIA.-A match between 'the Headinsgton'Britaunia. and Stadhampton Clubs,.was played 'on doay'lat on Stadhamptoa Green,, wheanthelatterwereisuccessful with'one innings, and runs to spire.' The'"ba of- the ground told Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Darlton Bar; at half-past ten. Morgau's, Mr.- Monday, Luscombe Plantation; Thursday, Greystone Bridge ; at half-past ten. tn Oxfordshlire, (South)-Taesday, Stadhampton; Friday, Stanie St. John's; at half past ten. Pytebley-Monday, Jib Wood; Wednesday, North Kliworth Friday, Dodford Village; Satuirday, Arthingworth; Subscribers-only content

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    eleven. Lurmley's, Mr.-Mofd-y, Gringley; Tuesday, FiHningley Park; Thursday, Branley* Friday, (arltou Bar; at half-past ten. Oxfordshire DSouth)-Teeday, Hlorton Wood; Friday, Stadhampton Gatoe at a quarter before eleven. Pytchley-Monday, Iousngton ; Tuesday, AbbySt. Pedgers; Wednes- day, StHaford Sal; Friday, Cottesbrook; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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    B ETT INC. Tattersall's, Mondiay. There wes a very fair attendanee, notwithetanding the weather, but the bettieg that took place wae not of a heavy nature, and espeialaly on tbe Giuinese. for which 7 to 1 weereadily offered gaint Subscribers-only content

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    the hands of the police, and he inuissrd her name. She replied "If you want my name follow me to Stadhampton, thse police~ know me there." She then left. The saad Lproduced wee that le purchased. When he bought the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RisicY "LArK."-James Pratt, labourer, of Oxford, was charged with stealing a piece of mutton, value 6d., from a cart at Stadhampton, on the previous day, the property of George Green, of Dorchester. The prosecutor stated that Mr. Hickman gave him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Children's Ward), 11 3s. ; Glynpton, 41. 9s. 7d.; 1fritwell, 31. lOs.; Chilton, 31. 13s. 8d.; Burton Abbotte, 21. 10o.; Stadhampton, 91. Os. 6d., ; Fringford, 51. ; Shillingford, ?. 12s. 6d.; Hors- ath, 31 6a. 4d - Ardley, 21. Subscribers-only content

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    record a con- viction against hini, but ho must pay the costs lls. 6d. ! DRUNK AND RIOTous.-Ileubeu Quarterman, labourer, Stadhampton, was sumimimoned for being drunk and riotous at that place, on the 10th iu-tant. Ho pleaded guilty, and P.C. Subscribers-only content

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    was dismissed, and he had to answer to the charge at the City Court on Tuesday. LIGiT BREAD-Joseph Ayres, baker, Stadhampton, was summoned for selling bread without weighing the same at that place on the 20th ult.-P.C. Tipping said he Subscribers-only content

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    a long one, but several . cascs came before his Honour. HICILMAN V. BROWN. Plaintiff keeps the Black Horse, at Stadhampton, and the defendant was the Rev. G. Blamire Brown, Vicar of Chalgrove. 11. ls. 6d. was claimed for balance Subscribers-only content

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    29, at The Laurels, Stadhampton, the wife of F. W. Jones, of a son, Jan. 1, the wife of Leigh Hoskyns, Esq., of Clifton Hampden, of a daughter. Jan. 3, at the Three Horse Shoes Inn, Steeple Barton, the wife Subscribers-only content

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    to accept the Mastership himself. Mr. FNEAxNr, in returning thanks, said they would always be welcome to the kennels at Stadhampton. As in the past, he should do all he could for the hounds and the Hunt. A vote of Subscribers-only content

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    respectfully solicited. THAME1 MARKET, APit 26, 1887. H. FIELDING TIAS received instructions from Mr. William , Parsons, of Cold Harbor, Stadhampton; to SELL by AUUTION, immediately after his Fat Stock Sale,- Two valuable Pedigree lied Roan DOWN-CALVING HEIFERS, purchased at Subscribers-only content

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    May 13th, I$i, . One o'clock. Entries foi publication should be made by the Tuesd . previous. COLD HARBOUR FARM, STADHAMPTON, OXON. FRANRLIN and GALE . ARE instrueted by Mr. W:. Parsons, to SEL .LJL by AUCTION, iu the course-of Subscribers-only content

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    W STADHAMPTON & LITTLE MILTON, OXON. Ri The Luxuriant GROWING CROPS of GRASS (to go th off), with the Afterfeed to September 29th next, on th about 45 Acres of productive MEADOW LAND at Se Cold Harbour Farm, Stadhampton, and Subscribers-only content

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    and STORE STOCK. STADHAMPTON & LITTLE MILTON, OXON. The Luxuriant GROWING CROPS of GRASS (to go i off), with the Afterfeed to September 29th next, on about 46 Acres of productive MEADOW LAND at Cold Harbour Farm, Stadhampton, and Bagnoy Subscribers-only content

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    T. WALKER, Burford. Mr. E. CASTLE, Tackley. Mr. R. W. HOBBS, Kelmscott. Mr. T. F. PLOWMAN, Bath. Mr. W. PARSONS, Stadhampton. Mr. BULFORD, Hordley. Mr. T. FRANKLIN, Ascott. Mt. W. FRANKLIN, Ascott. Mr. J. GARNE, Rissington. Mr. F. MATTHEWS, Fifield. Subscribers-only content

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