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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Associate of the Royal Acadeafl- On Friday,-in Upper Berkeley-sreet, the llon. ttasaa Cartwriglht, Wife of.WoW . Ralph Cartutright, LJq- 'If Aynho, in the c6unty of Northlampton. Oi Saturday se'nnight. at Westhain, in Essex, the Re", -Geo.-.Gregory, D. D. afterafew days Subscribers-only content

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    places, with none of which lie bad the least concern-in particular, to one dreadful spot with the savage appellation of Aynho. But, escaping from these hostile towns after undergoing a variety of hardships, he arrived (as has been said) at Subscribers-only content

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    who remained were brought on to Banbury. and an engine with assistants to raise the disabled one was sent to Aynho, and returned with the special train, which it conveyed onwards to LeamingtoD, where it stopped without proceeding to Birmingham, Subscribers-only content

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    9.8.5, Warwick 9.20, Leamnisgtose 9.30, ri Southnim Road 9.40. IPenny Compten 9.50. Cropredy 10.0, Barnbury ~ 10.10, King's Sltton 18.70, Aynho 10.30, Samerton 10.55, and Heyford 10.45 a.sn.; tolReturn same Evening. For fare,, and retarn t? os... steespocial bill.,. ~ Subscribers-only content

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    dly roe, A GooDs GUARD KILLED.-A goods guard named no, William Dutton, of Wolverhampton, was killed yesterday stl sod at Aynho, near Banburf. Deceased, who was in tise in ti, empl~v of the Great Western Railway Companv, was he ds. Subscribers-only content

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    411 acres. comrises three. farni. tit' nearly the whole of the rillage of LitUl Il arfacrd, is .ti. rle from Aynho RailwaMy Station, and 51?, from lltnburny Tl'h' locality is held in touch favour for residential and' hunceig pur. poses. Subscribers-only content

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    . 9 20 3 6ds.. 2. . Cd. COrpredy . 99 i So. Od. 2. I. Cl. Banbury 9 40 Aynho. . ....... . L s C3 Heyford. - 1010} 1Is .... Is. Od. Returning the same day from Oxford Subscribers-only content

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    9d 20. 6d. Cropredy . .. 9 30 3s. Od. 2s OSd. Banbury .. ............- 401 2o 6d 16 6d Aynho .....51.. ' ' *.. ' . Sonserton.......... 15 21 Is. 6d. Is. Sd. Heyford.. IO 10} 1 Returning the Subscribers-only content

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    £10., and sliver medal as breeder, Mr. Aaron Piko, Ml~ton,' near Tewkeabnry.' Second ditto, £5.. T. B. B. Cartwright. Eriq., Aynho, near Beackley.-Feo Eteifers. 'No first prize awranld. Eecond' pricie, £g5., Mr. John Faulkner, Bretby. Farm, near Burtoml' on-Treat. ..... Subscribers-only content

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    CLASS XXII.-Scotch Polled Heifers or Cows, of any age: First prize of £10. to Mr. T. B. B. Cartwright, of Aynho, near Brackley; and second prize of £5. to Mr. John, Turvill, of Hartley Park, near Alton. CLAss XXIV,-Irish Heifers Subscribers-only content

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    it is anticipated, bring aviertl go tieEcin into the field. Mr. Fletcher, of the 1BOliLftni Chlitb nd Mr. Cartwriglt, of Aynho, bog arneegat4 thoae vhbohave been announ nced as candidates. Ir. a M. Ie], the rejected of Coventry, has also Subscribers-only content

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    Bordesley, 8.6; Solihull, 8.15; Kuowie, 8.25; VArwsck, 8.45; Lreamington, 8.55 Harburl, 9.7; Fonnytompton, q 0; tovprtdy, 9 30, Eabuiry, 9.40 Aynho, 9.55; Somcrtart, 102; ebd lletr-Ltd, 1010 a.m., for OXFORD; returv;ng the same day fretil Oxford at 5.0 p.i. 1Per Subscribers-only content

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    am.; Bordeeley, 8.5; Solihull, 8.15: Xnowle, 8,25: WarwIvck, 8.45; lCemagton, 8.65, Bar'nurg, 9.7; Fenny Compton, 9.20; Orepreily, 8.30. Benbery, 9.40; Aynho, 9.55: Somorton, 10.2 and Hereford, 10.10 n.m., for OXFORD; retVUr g the same day from Oxford at 8 0 Subscribers-only content

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    3 6 4 Juan~ita s . 4 7 S Two by Honours.. 5 8 0 Jersey .. . 7 4 Aynho - . . 2 6 0 Braeanose - . 4 7 0 Hellos - ..2 0 12 Coprolitt -. Subscribers-only content

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    0 a&M.; Bordesloy. 8.85'8o11hull 845; Rowe. 8.3; Warwiok. 9.16- Learn Ington. 9.15t: ifacry ,836 Moeyo Courpton. a45: Croisrady.9.8 Deanbuy, ID05' Aynho. 10 I; Semerton, 109,2; and R yford, 10.10 e m., for OXFvB}):lD-eturning thegsame dyet s£ 10 p.mo, For Zeiss Subscribers-only content

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    DERS, for the CONSTUCTION of the follow- tag WORKt4,vz: 1.-A STATION and other Bulldings to be erected, atHfing's Button. urea- Aynho. 2.-A Pasienger STATION ad Building to be ereoted, at Taplow, near Meidenihead. 3.-A Peeaenuer STATION and Building, to be Subscribers-only content

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    Bordesley, 8.5; Solihull, 8.15 Knowlc. 8.25; Warwick, 8.45; Lensimnglon, 8.55; llfrmbura, 9.7- FennyCompton, 920; Cropreds-, 9.10: Banbary, .)40; King-aSutton. D.48; Aynho, 9.55; Somertou, 10.2; and Hefford, 10.10; and return the acme evening On SATURDAY, September 13, an EXCURSION TRAIN vill Subscribers-only content

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    Menu, 7Ci iigh Stroet 277 ACCIDENT ON THE GREAT WESTsPJ3t RAILWAY. An accident occurred on the Groat 'Western Railiar, RI Aynho, near Banbury, on Friday evening, vwhich resci-jI in somo damage to the station and the pernmaucntt way 4 number Subscribers-only content

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    repyhold Frm a a-boot, 30 F 4 are, aituate fIn the piarich of Dndd inros, Onford.li ire, two. of tim) Aynho Sitation, Onl the tr-eat 1Wee~teri Raislwny. a-nd six hey road fromt l~anthry.-Fs frOseter pia-rticlars. app~ly to Mr. It, Henry Subscribers-only content

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    isused to CIX1ORD, frono LEAiMfINOTON at 55 a.im.,, Soutbain Rod 1i.90 Fenny Compton 10.15, Cropodykli0.2 Banhury 10.38, King's osatton 10.46, Aynho 10.52, Somerton 10.5S, amd Sleyfori 11.5 a~m. I xuso ri o OU TURessoDAY, May 20, a Cheap Day Excursion Subscribers-only content

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