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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHASE; MASTERS OF Hoens AND HUNTSTMEN n CllLAItI.Y aSOLICIT-VD TO FTAVOVR US W1 COMING AvPPO1rrTg1;TS. HUNTING APPOINTMIENtS. STA.G-I tltJNflS T~z rLo-i., STkO HOUNDS.-III eonseuec of thle which has urevailed during the whole of the week the .acaf Slag1 Subscribers-only content

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    SEEDS. SEED STORES1 OXFOIZR D. NOW READY. SPIERS & SON'S CHART (F the Oxford University Eight-oared Boat I 0 Races for 1886 (by authority and with the sanction of the University Boat Club). Printed Ornamentally in Colours, showing at Subscribers-only content

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    | - IIIXS. I -.0 -1- t ,,--, +2; tnwn STEAM TinrA A-i branch line between this town and Moreton is now in full workiug order. Tho Directors of the Great Western Railway CGompany havo conferred a great boon Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. B &NBURY. CO-OPERATIVE FLOWER Siiow.-This show will be held on Tuesday in the Mayor's grounds inl Dashwood-rotid. tn HARtis.iSs' CHALLENGE R&OEs.-These races will be Si held ol the 30th instant on the cricket field. sc OPENING O1r Subscribers-only content

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    EUNTING APPOINTMENTS The Heythrop Hounds. hIONDAY .. .,, ,,, roperoft's l1olt. WRCIDSHoDAY . ... Adlestrop (at 3.130). FRITDAIY ... . *,, Storn ttlteWold. S&TUlDmY ... ,, .. Sliptou Barrow. At 10.45. ThOe Ecester Bounds. MOwNDAY ,,, ... ,, Horton Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRTCT NEWS. SOMERT ON.toti og The restoration of thia Church has been begubu the Su( to sufficientlfunds for the work found'to be necessary are as was I ed yet by no means collected. which FATJ CHIIPPING-INORTON. R. Gil A Subscribers-only content

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    i '. -- ' .t A 'i. DF - -f9t° r nin ;fiAaV IRAt Week .TseE CivE G. A. PRU, EsQ.-Our obituary laSt weCiC contained thobrecoid of the dealh of G. A. Pain, Esq., of Finstock Ifouse, but the Subscribers-only content

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    I - pEIIPPING-NOI':T . ... RURtAL SAtNITARY AUTHORITY. A meeting Of the- ebave boily was held onl Wednesday ta last, at thle Uniion Workhouse, win ni tern werec precerit Du the neva. W. Ii. D. Ca rter (in the1 Subscribers-only content

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    I1 I -CO°,0MtBtE. I' -- w-aTRn p tv. the Ot Srmcrix ADVENT sEavcerin-7va.-weonrsuay, splu u&. . melt., there-was evening service at the parish ~church ait But 7.301 p s.. the Rtv. -J. Ball. of W46dstbck Grounmar. ami SchoZ being Subscribers-only content

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    !; , 1 , . , .: , ~.' . - !:X r S 7 .. i . r . l .' - I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ t I)P~"~' t I" 1 1 w;-. ' h4se'1iRbi;vp Hakinse3'i> piian7, iotte snlts't ;fMrt.Ronthall1 Subscribers-only content

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    C IPPINGR7"N0RTON. Drd The Rev. C. S. Rowland, Curate of Chipping-Norton, ile leaves the town early in December, for the Curacy of St. Giles's, Reading. PaRIZ SHOOTINE.-At the Rifle Corps prize shooting just held, Sergt. Townsend obtained the highest Subscribers-only content

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    SAfR SDEN. I a -a>. -.. -' ' - tic Cu Th rssdy aftesnoon, ct the pretitivsitUate little IY church of S.rsijen, a large number of relati\e:o and friends d, asosembled to wiftlC8s the malrriage ok 0hie Rev. S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WOODSTOCK. JL.trUAL ANrD iRt)lTlnnTmTTTRAT. AsSOOIATIWO )n AGIICULTUA~L AND 11ORTYOULTrIRAL AssocIA&TION.- ie The anniial general meeting of this association Was a, held at the Bear Hotel on Tuesday evening, Mr. it, H. L. Anigas presided, and there was a good Subscribers-only content

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    RUN TNIGr. rT. HUNTING APPOINTENTS. sn THE HUTYTHROP HOUNDS. n1 6Saturday. LLarch 11---. ....~................Wilcoeo w MondaLy. March 1:1 -..CbrapctHouse- s Wulncsday, March 15 . . --- ..-......NorthAston.- bt griday, March 17 .-.......-.......Farmingtoo Grove., Y Saudy arh 1 ti lipton., Subscribers-only content

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    NORTHAPTON BREWERY COMPANY (LIMITED) DESIRE TO DRAW PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE ;OE ' BREWEDl CHARACTER of their ALES & STOUT THEY ARE 01F S7PERIOR, EXCELLENCE A)-D PURITY. CHOICE WINES. (LIST OF PRICES.) SELECTED SPIRITS. 1'.AMILY PALE ALE. Per &dlllun. Subscribers-only content

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    MITJTON-UNDlER-WYCHWOOD. THE WVHTSUNTIDE FETE.- - The annual fete which takes place every Whit- IMonday in connection with the Alilton branch of the Uirencester Conservative Working MAen's Benefit Society, was held on Monday last. A big and varied programme had Subscribers-only content

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    WOOTTON (OXON). An inquest Wms held by W. W. Robinson, Esq., on Monday last, at the "King's Head," Wootton, near l Woodstock, in consalueace of the death of' James I Seeney, aged seven, caused by the wheel of an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MILTON-UNDER-WYCH WOOD. I iol AIOvsST TnANisSGivING SEnvicEs.-The church was 1011ver prettily and tastefully adorned on Sunday, on .ite- vher occasion of the annual thanksgiving services. .v.The pulpit was very effectively set forth with te dahlias, ferns, corn, etc., the Subscribers-only content

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    CHIPPING NORTON. h. tawni w-f will h.n 4-,'--1 or Sr . : , in 3r 1C e, Y. 0,v Ce In eB !h e- Dr le z- ht -a, as it- id id im 3; 3; Id A. as Subscribers-only content

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    STOW-ON-THE-WOLD. ENTERTAINMENTS BY MRS. SAMUDAl. With a view to provide funds to maintain a bed in tho Imperial Yeomanry Hospital, two high- class entertainments were given last week by 31rs. Samuda (Bruern Abbey) and friends, the first in St. Subscribers-only content

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