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ABINGDON, April 20.

ABINGDON, April 20.

Through the munificence of Mr. Biniungsly, of Culhain, organ has been erected in the gothic church of that ancient and picturesque village, and -Sunday laM. was played in masterly manner by Mr. Staniland, who has been appointed organist. The Rev. Mr. Wintle. the aorlhy vicar, de
April 21, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
TO BE LET, MARLSTONE FARM, with immediate possession, now the occupation of Mr. Isaac Matthews. —For full particulars apply to

TO BE LET, MARLSTONE FARM, with immediate possession, now the occupation of Mr. Isaac Matthews. —For full particulars apply to

Mr. GILES ADNAMS, Hillhampton, Worcestershire, or \VM. DAVIS, Estate Agent and Auctioneer, Stroud Green, near Newbury, letter the postage must be paid. BOOT AND SHOE WARE* OUSE, 61, MINSTER-STREET, READING, {Adjoining the George Gateway.) TMILEHAM begs most respectfuliv to retur
January 28, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. —Fkidav. Last nielit, the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER ujoved that the House, at its rising, adjourn Wednesday—the House of Lords was also adjourned. ~,.0.1 The CH ANCELLOR the EXCHEQUER wished the Scotch Reform Bill to adjourned to Wednesday, and the Boundaries
June 16, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BURNING OF WIDOWS IN INDIA.

BURNING OF WIDOWS IN INDIA.

BURNING WIDOWS IN INDIA. A very numerous meeting of the Lords of his Majesty's Privy Council was held at the Council Office on Monday morning. There were present-the Lord Chancellor, the Lord President of the Council, the Master of the llolls, the Marquis Wellesley, Lord John Rus
June 30, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
OXFORD, JUNE 29.

OXFORD, JUNE 29.

University Preachers. —-At St. Mary s. Tlie Rev. the Principal of St. Albau Hai!, Sunday morning ; Re?. Mr. Lancaster, Queen's, afternoon. St. Martin. Rev. Mr. Sewell, Exeter college, Sunday morning; Rev. Mr. Firth, Corpus, afternoon. At a council held on Wednesday last, congrat
June 30, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 

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BERKS SUMMER ASSIZES, 1532. open their Commission at the Shire Hail, in Abingdon, on Monday, the Sixteenth day of July

BERKS SUMMER ASSIZES, 1532. open their Commission at the Shire Hail, in Abingdon, on Monday, the Sixteenth day of July

next, at Nine o'clock in the Forenoon, and will afterwards proceed to Church to attend Divine Service, and doth Courts will sit for the dispatch of business as soon as the service of the church is over, when the gentlemen of the Grand Jury, other Jurors, persons bound by Recogni
June 30, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD by AUCTION, iHr. WEDNESDAY NEXT, July 4, 1832. at eleven o'clock, the Large Room, at the Globe

TO BE SOLD by AUCTION, iHr. WEDNESDAY NEXT, July 4, 1832. at eleven o'clock, the Large Room, at the Globe

Inn, Read'u.fr; GENTEEL and Useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ca- T jiital eight clock, sofa, fowling-piece, mahogany chests of drawers, tables, chairs, 100 pieces of paper hangings, floor and bed room carpets, 4-pr.st fid tent bedsteads, seasoned feather beds, mattresses, blankets, c
June 30, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ABINGDON, March 23.

ABINGDON, March 23.

St. Patrick's day the Regiment of Royal liish passed through this town, their route Barracks is rather singular, that the lafct time this regiment was at Oxford, it was the anniversary of their titular saint, 11 years atro, when th y kicked up row at some affront offered them to
March 24, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Sales Sluctiou. OAK TIMBER AND PERCHES. SHINFIELD, NEAR READING, BERKS. FOR SALE AUCTION, an& On TUESDAY March 27ib, 1832, two

Sales Sluctiou. OAK TIMBER AND PERCHES. SHINFIELD, NEAR READING, BERKS. FOR SALE AUCTION, an& On TUESDAY March 27ib, 1832, two

o'clock, the S'u Bells, Shinfield Church House, OAK TREES, with their Lop, Top, ami Bark, and 271 OAK PERCHES. The Timber may be viewed on application to Mr. Bailey. Cut Bush, Shinfield, of whom particulars may be had ; at the Printing-office, Reading of the Tenants ; und of t!.
March 24, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
REVOLUTION IN PARIS.

REVOLUTION IN PARIS.

The funeral of General Lamarque, on Tuesday, has been the pretext another revolution. The origin the affray cannot be distinctly traced, but is said that the military first firpd on t(ie people—that the latter immediately cried To arms" —and then series of fiightful combats ensu
June 9, 1832 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England