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TUG SURVEYORS' ACCOIVT BOOR

TUG SURVEYORS' ACCOIVT BOOR

IS arranged so as to show the whole of one week’s transactions at one view ; and in consequence of the simplicity of the plan, it is next to impossible that any error can occur in the accounts. It has been very generally approved, both by Surveyors and Magistrates, wherever has
February 27, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
[From the Timet.]

[From the Timet.]

On Friday next the Premier will propotte the continnance of the property and income-tax, m he is pleased to intimate thus early, for a further Umiteiiperiod." What that limitation is to be, whether two yean or seven, or the terra of our natural lives, he leaves us still to conje
February 13, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BUCKINGHAM ELECTION.

BUCKINGHAM ELECTION.

Feb. 10.—A few days ago a new writ was moved for in the House of Commons for this borough, in consequence of the sitting member, Sir T. Fremantle, having accepted the office of Chief Secretary the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, in the place of Lord Eliot, raised to the House of Pee
February 13, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD AND THE TRACT

THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD AND THE TRACT

Oxford, Tuesday.—At 9 o’clock yesterday evening the Proctors announced to the Vice-Chancellor their intention exercise their right of veto and negative the proposed decree respecting the tract No. 90, which was have been submitted to Convocation on Thursday next. The short notic
February 13, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE GARDEN.

THE GARDEN.

February 13, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 

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BUCKS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

BUCKS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

The annual meeting of this Society took place at the George Hotel, Aylesbury, on Saturday. At two o'clock the members dined together, the President, the Duke of Buck, ingbam, being in the chair. After the usual loyal and routine toasts, The Duke of Buckinoium, in proposing Succe
February 13, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
AND GENERAL ADVERTISER

AND GENERAL ADVERTISER

FOR THE COUNTIES OF OXFORD, WARWICK, NORTHAMPTON, BUCKINGHAM, WORCESTER, AND GLOUCESTER. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED, EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, BY WILLIAM POTTS, PARSON’S STREET, BANBURY.
February 20, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS, Thursday, Feb. 13th.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Thursday, Feb. 13th.

Sir C. Napier, moving for a select committee to inquire into the manner in which the money voted since 1835 for the construction of ships had been expended, and if the ships constructed were improvement of the old system,” observed, that his only object in bringing his motion fo
February 20, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE LARD COMMIB9IOR.

THE LARD COMMIB9IOR.

Dublin, February 15.—1 f any value is to be placed on concurrent rumours. Lord Devon’s commission, the report of which probably ere this laid before Parliament, is likely to lead to more beneficial legislation than could reasonably have been anticipated. A Repeal paper, the Tipp
February 20, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
To Sir Charles Knightly, Bart., M.P.

To Sir Charles Knightly, Bart., M.P.

Sir Charles,— the two blistering speeches which you perpetrated on the farmers at Northampton, and again in Sussex, von, in your own peculiarly classic language, informed us* that it is muen easier to get into hell than to get out again.” I hope, Sir Charles, we may feel neither
February 20, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England