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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TrHE POLITICAL EXAMINER. j si night give ashnrt hint en an impartial writer, it whould he tn tell hImo I1i' fate. If he resolves tn venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling 0obiassed truth, let him proclaim war with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SUDDEN DEATH OF THE RECORDER I OF BIRMINGLA|M. The inquest on the body of Dfr. A. R. Adams, Q.C., Recorder of Birmingham, who died suddenly whilst out shooting with two friends in Bagley Wood, on Thursday afternoon. took Subscribers-only content

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    * HOUSES AMh LMTD TO LET (contdi) (Pola Do DtT et, Hos.wt table, K L chla orchar, anddtwo fods of land, with goo sh-d dinx-Apply. George Artwd.on the prenuses. c6& -12ISGWOO.-T le, n.'ersnnedandseven-roomed Honrs fl~ent £20. ansI £2&-W,11ia555, Builder. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOLTINAL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1893. LOc'L WEATMI FORECAST. -NOrt1erCij Or , ewterly breezes, light; fair, rath-er WA .ad haV or Jaggy at irdt. Ladv KAERLNE CECILIA RACER, NomTEcoR, oi aged fourteen, the youngest daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NEWS. - e,-- LEEDS, &c. PI1IVATr BILLS POat NEXT SmesicN.-The number oi bills deposited in the privotA bill office for consideration.' during tho ensuing session is 253, being 37 more than were si deposited last year, when 216 Subscribers-only content

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    ------ W_ THE political situation in France has, within the last twenty-four hours, undergone an important THE LEEDS) MERCURY. change, and last night it was annoanced that the crisis was terminated by the submission of MARsHAL MACMAl0eN and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER ODDITIES. TO TOE EDITOR Of THE ERA. DEAR SiR,-I have seen mention frequently made of curi. ous passages found in the advertising columns of newspapers;, which certainly afford on many occasions excellent samples of the ludicrous. A cursory Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A- BINGDON.It ad fIA i rs of property bordering the Thatmes areniow 'lee o eneroffit of the extensive alteatonserendr im- tepioved rs lately made by the Thames (}ouservators and pr.~oved nig h Thames valley. Notwithstanding ra ins the meadows Subscribers-only content

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    I UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. I SERVICES AT THE CATHEDRAL. 3 SUNDAY, Jxmm 20, Tir ashed q/7cr T. biy 3 Holy Communion at 8 a.m. l Moaxush. To Deum and Jnbilate, Stainer in E flat. Hym 172. Praise to the Holiest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SEEDS. I Delvee J EFFE RIES' SEED STORES, OXFORD. WEDDING PRESENTS. A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK IN BRASS, ORMOLU, CABINET, & LEATHER WORK. AND IN . CHINA AND GLASS, SPIERS & SON'S, 102 AND 103, HIGH STREET, OXFORD. THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OXF ORDSHIRE AGRICOULTURAL SOCIETY. A General Committee meetinm of the above Society was held at Oxford, on Saturday the 19th iust., when there were present Mr. H. Barnett (in the chair), Mr. H. C. Risley and Captain J. Il. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OXFORDSHIRE NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY A meeting of this Society was held in the Geological Lecture Room in the Museum at 8 p.m. on Tuesday the ' 22nd ult. kr. Poulton, F.L.S, occupied the chair. After the reading of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I A = -CI _ ~ ~ . BIETER - I - The Friendly Societies of Bicester and the neighbonr- hood have kindly forwarded to the Radcliffe Infirmary the sum of 2.i1., the result of a house-to-houso collection on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -- ABINGDO, N. A-t '. i The Woslcyans at Drayton, Berks, commemorated their anniversary on Sunday, when special sermons were preached during the day by Mr. J. W. Anwyl and the Rev, E. B. Keeling, of Abingdou. Tea was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I _ ABINGfDON. - A RuNAwa&y-A horse and trap belonging to Mr. Yeaudle, of Clhallow, became unmanageable on Monday, and the anuimnal, after knocking down the lad in charge, and running over him, galloped at a furioue pace down Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . I ___ __ ABINGDON, --- :I--- .- -L T-,-, -f . th. QzrAnTM Smssiozes.-Friday the 4th Januiary next is thle date fixed for the next Borough Quarter Sessions.' At C present theire are no prisoners for tris1, 2 Subscribers-only content

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    - - s - lEABINGDON' - BA Su t. Robotisam, of the (now extitiot) lBofeigh Police, who left here on the 23rd February to apprehend Edwards, the absconding jeweller, arrived at his destination, Hobart Town, Tasmania, on Thursday the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OOR nESPO NDENCE. TiRE OXFORD RE13- LDI'G AND INVESTMENT COMPANY; MYSELF AN)D DIRECTORS OF 'THE COMPANY. 7T the EDITOR of thle OXFORD JOURNAL. SIR,-I venture to ask your valuanble aid to enabje me to ex!jlili to the public, aud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OXFORD CITY POLIUE COURT, TUESDAY. Present, thle Deputy-Mayor (Alct'Undsrhill), and Justices t C. T. Hawkinsa, T3. 5. Lowe, & F, flynani-Hall. t A Dau~simz Tnnce',1.-Elisaheitth Grimrslsewi, tnramp, was charged with being drunk and bagg.ing on the Plain, St. ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TFHE IM11PROVEIMENT OF LANDED ESTATES. HE LAINED LOAN & ENFRANCHISEUEN'T COIPANY (Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament) T ADVANCES MONEY To the OWN;-E"1 of settled and other ESTATES for the agricultur31 ald general insprovemrst of Landed *1)rOIY'ty; for thle Subscribers-only content

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