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J. 11. B. COOKE.

J. 11. B. COOKE.

A List of District Agents to Vend Qri ms tone’s Eye Snuff.
March 20, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORDSHIRE LENT ASSIZES, Yesterday.

OXFORDSHIRE LENT ASSIZES, Yesterday.

For many years never has been seen so great an assemblage in Oxford to witness the entrance of the Judges; the moving cause being the reported and unusual splendour with which the High Sheriff intended to meet them. It was said that he would made his entry in procession with his
March 6, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
irasDsT, Fsa. 27 (|ais.2:ls. 28s. per qr. Flour.aOs. to SWs. per sack Bread, j>er loaf Butter. Is. 3d. per lb.

irasDsT, Fsa. 27 (|ais.2:ls. 28s. per qr. Flour.aOs. to SWs. per sack Bread, j>er loaf Butter. Is. 3d. per lb.

Eggs. 16 for Is.
March 6, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW. SMITHFIELU—Hay. 4 10. 0.1 to 55. 0.1. ; New,/— to Clov.t, £i —k. 0«1 i.

PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW. SMITHFIELU—Hay. 4 10. 0.1 to 55. 0.1. ; New,/— to Clov.t, £i —k. 0«1 i.

Oil.; New, £ Straw, X 0 Ok. to Us. WHII Hay,XU 15*. 5 ot.: avera-e, 0 —« : Inf- ritir, £>) —*. to 0 ; average, X 0 Os : Clnrer. old, Os. to 6 IK.; livcnme. X5B-. ; ior Clover, £0 s. tu£o s. ; average. Os—Straw 33« 38'.; averatte,—s. CUMRKULAN'D. Prime old and Ryeprass Hav. £H ti
March 6, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL.

AGRICULTURAL.

Extraordinary Fecundity ok a Ewe.—On Sunday last, a Leicester ewe, the property of Mr. John Goodman, of Marston Trussell, Northamptonshire, yeaned four very fine lambs, all which, with the ewe, are doing well. Monsters. —The Shropshire Conservative states that a favourite sow, t
March 20, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 

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THE SURVEYORS' ACCOUNT BOOK

THE SURVEYORS' ACCOUNT BOOK

18 arranged to 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 Surveyors and Magistrates, wnerevcr it has been
March 20, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

OPINIONS THE PRESS. ** regard worfc b*fim u>. Thr Sil.nt (hrnd. a» work mbrar-nc I rlrar and nrartiral »»rw» of a »rrir» ..f litllr uudpr*l.>od. and pa*»rd ortr bv th«- majority of «o* d<c«l proft««ioQ. for «bat a*on art at a lo*» know. Wt niU't. howt «rr. cunfr»». Ibal a of tb.t
March 20, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
FRIDAY.

FRIDAY.

Ann Gardner was indicted for having, on the Ist of November, 1844, contrary to her duty as Postmistress of Enstone, opened two letters, the property of Her Majesty’s Post master General. The prisoner was also charged with having on the €tb of November, 1844, feloniously stolen a
March 13, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Popu. 3736

Popu. 3736

Total 7241 8 WALCLIFFj FIRFORD DIVISION. F.pweU Slbford Gower Bibford Ferris Shutford Fast Shutford West Swalcliffe Tadmarton Broughton North Newuigton .. 316 534 287 431 lBl Total 3204 crop red: WAR MlN’<s TON DIVISION. Aron lra*M>tt 287 Faruborough 367 Moltington (Oxon) 28.3 .
March 13, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Polled Kent and HalM>reds. Downs

Polled Kent and HalM>reds. Downs

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