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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enillodd eu calonau fles iddi fyned yn ganu A'r ysbr' d. Y tonau a ganwyd eleni oeddynt-Winc'cester, Dur- ham, Mendelssbon, Waterstock, Erfyniad, Watford, Cemaes, Windsor, Priscilla, Lousanne, Bohenia, Noddfa, St. John, Moab, Salm i., a'r anthem " Dvn a aned Subscribers-only content

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    vii," " Jorsey" A " Molwe yr Arglrydd," "Freyburg," "Mae byw rd e trwy edrych," \ " Glan Rhondds," " Waterstock," a Requiem (Parry). Tra yr oedd y cantorion yn eael e] seibiant, oafwryd anerchiad byr gan y Parch. T, Subscribers-only content

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    y J'wvbili, ' Y Salm gyntaf,' I 'MIolwch yr Arglwydd,' sef anthem gazv Mr. David h Jenkins, ' Glanrhondds,' I Waterstock,' ' Lousanne,' o 'St. Bride,' 'Yr Eden sydd Fry,' o Sqn y Jiwbiji, o 'Gorphwysgan' (Alaw Ddu); ' Ardudwy,' Subscribers-only content

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    ragoriaeth amrywiol y rhai canlynol: -'lloriah,' ' Gwhoddiad,' ' Oaerlyngoed,' 'I rfyn- isld" , Trefeglwys,' Beulabh,' I Braint,' 'Rhad Bas,' 'Waterstock,' 'iashrrille,' 'Manheim.' Dusseldorf,' ao amryw oraill o'r un dosbsrth, oil yn dda, ya orlawn o fhwl, so hob un Subscribers-only content

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    dewisedig yr Undeb. Fel arfer, eyflawnodd ei w'aith yn ddehenig ac effeithiol. Canwvyd y tonau canlynol,- Kent, Stamford, Tanycastell, Prisilla, Waterstock, Cwynfan Prydain, Gaerwen, St. Mary, Berhapia (o gyf- ansoddiad Mr. T. Williams, Bettwsycoed), Aberystwyth, Nebo. a Bridport ; yr Subscribers-only content

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    cyntaf am 2 o'r gloch, yu Engedi, llywydd y Parch. E. Roberts. Yn y cyfarfod hwn canwyd y tonau, Aberhoaddu Waterstock, Glan- yrafoe, Hamburg, Pan ddel Ete, Brightness, Stonleigh, Salmdon Rhif 8, anthemau, " A bydd arwyddion," a'r ' Ealeliwia Subscribers-only content

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    ai Brighton. flonorarv Canonries in Christ Church, Oxford, have beon oniferred upoll the llev. John H. Aslburst, MA., rector of Waterstock, near Cuddesdeu annd ther 11ev. Arthur Percival Purey Cust, Ml.A., Vicar of St Mary's, Reading. A denial is given Subscribers-only content

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    nature, to Ensign W. H., Ashurst (soil of the late M.'P. for Oxford), of th'e same regirnent, and residing at Waterstock, Oxfordshire,. to provoke' him to commit a, breach of the peace. A- Solicitor, who attended; on .'tbe part of Subscribers-only content

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    B. IL Cary ... 1 0 0 a Mr. Jonas King ... 2 0 0 Rev. James H. Ashurat, 0 Waterstock Rectory, Ox- 0 ford .50 ... ... 5 D Mrs. S J. Morton 100 0 0 Parish of Mohill:- Subscribers-only content

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    4 per cent. debenture, Belfast Bank old shares, Ulster Banks, Northern Bank "A" and "B" shares, Duinvilles, 3litchells, Young Kings, Waterstock, Corporation stock, Harbour Bonds 3.- per cent. and 4 per cent. ib-ass. O PR R M I C A Subscribers-only content

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    stag was uncarted, which, after going away to Winchendon Hill and Ashendon, on to Thame, itmade for Shallsgton, Waterperry, and Waterstock, to Wheatley. At this place a gentleman observing a stag in his field, and sup- posing it to be Subscribers-only content

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    haver been sucensfoulitstherlastsingle-iwicket matches. Wickets will be pitched at two o'c luck. WATER$TOCK V. TH iedE.-The retrirn nrmne between the Waterstock and harte clubs id fixel tocrnmeoffon tti Tlhame grounsi ofiMonday week. The first game played at Waterstuck was won Subscribers-only content

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    an Iuvalid Young Woman, living in a cottage in the village. Wages 4s. a week.-Address Miss Mary Ashhurst, The Rectory, Waterstock, Oxford. W ANTED,-A Situation as GARDENER, V and to look after pony and trap can wait at table; age Subscribers-only content

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    in a cottage in the vi ge. Wages 4s. a a week. - Address Miss Mar Ash hurst, The Rectory, Waterstock, Oxford. T ANTED at once,-FOSTER MOTHERS to II W Suckle Hound Puppies.-Apply to J. H azelton, Heythrop Kennels, Chipping-Norton, Subscribers-only content

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    their respective successors for the time being, and the Reverend James Henry Ashharst, Rector of Waterstock, in the County of Oxford; William Henry Asebburst, of Waterstock aforesaid, Esquire; Henry Stafford Tyndale Biscoe, of Holton Cottage, Holton, in the County of Subscribers-only content

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    WV. Beruhell, REsq., 301. ; Miss Cooke, Beckley Grove, I - r George Munday, Waterstoek, vegetables; , VIr. Altied Ebern, Waterstock,: vegetables; Mr. Jabez f Nalder, Upper Heyford, a sack of potatoes and carrots ; f Cottagers' Horticultural Show, Heythrop, Subscribers-only content

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    8, Craig's-court, Cliaring Cross, London. FOR SALE,-Tbree quarter BREWING F PLANT, in first-rate order, owner giving up brewing. -Apply W.H.A., Waterstock, Wheatley. COAL. COAL. COAL. A Quantity of STEAM and HOUSE COAL, A1 very cheap.-JAcobs and Son, Burford. To Buildesw, Subscribers-only content

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    Oaks, 71 Ash, 30 Elms, a large nuraber of OM SAPLINGS, and 3000o TOP FAGOTS. Auction Offices, Ascott, near Walliugford. WATERSTOCK, OXON. Messrs. FRANKLIN & JONES A RE favoured with instructions from W. H. in. Ashhurst, Esq., to ANNOUNCE for Subscribers-only content

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    at the Waterperry and Shabbingtou Woods; aLnd of the auctioneers, Ascott, near Wallingford, and - Frewin Court, Corn Market-street. Oxford. WATERSTOCK, OXON. Messrs. FRANKLIN & JONES A RE favoured wvith instructions from `W. E. 3 AAsIlhuirst, 7qq., to ANNOUNCE for Subscribers-only content

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    woodnieu at the Waterporry and Shabbingtou Woods; and of the auctioneers, Ascott, unar Wallingford, and Frowin Court, Corn Market-street, Oxford. WATERSTOCK, OXON. Messrs. FRANKLIN & JONES A RE favoured with instructions from W. R. A Ashhurst, Esq., to ANNOUNCE for Subscribers-only content

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