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BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, BRACKLEY. ESTAIILIIIIII) 1780.

BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, BRACKLEY. ESTAIILIIIIII) 1780.

GREEN'S GREEN begs to announce: that he has Titw on s hand a large and superior assortment LaditA And Gentlemen's Over Shoes tram .I*. 6J. per pa ir. Also.* guud i winter oenson. of Shoes suitable fur thi ISITORS It. Bicesta may. by Purchasing the V " Ilicester Herald," publishe
February 23, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
NO TES o.i BOOKS.

NO TES o.i BOOKS.

With Nee Year th,re h tee appeared several fresh' claimants in that department of literature which appeals, on 'be drat of emit month, to the tans and Judgmeat ut a •'d seer tog public " If an inereet.ing deem.* fir monthly perm. i. to be regarded as AO evidence of adearteint to
February 23, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
HER MAJESTY'. ROYAL LETTERS PATENT' -- N I XEY 8 INDISPUTABLE MONEY 'BILL fur the p-e--vention of mistakes in Cab

HER MAJESTY'. ROYAL LETTERS PATENT' -- N I XEY 8 INDISPUTABLE MONEY 'BILL fur the p-e--vention of mistakes in Cab

tralleartilima of daffy occurrence by mid o.•inen and their customers. The Patent Till also atio7l, that touch desired medium of satisfaction betuten ernpinye• and ci.pinyed. Prime SIB.. 255., and 3/t. Id. each. C., be fixed to the counter is a very few minutes. CLEANLINESS. A S
February 16, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
Outlines of the MIL

Outlines of the MIL

BEFORE another week the Plenipotentiaries of the various belligerents, and of Austria, will have met at Paris, mid it is not impossible that they will enter at once on the definitive negotiations for peace, taking the protocol signed at Vienna on the Ist as sufficiently embodyin
February 16, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
RELEASE OF ENGLISII PRISONERS.

RELEASE OF ENGLISII PRISONERS.

On the 26th ult., twenty-six men, chiefly belonging to the Light Division, who had been taken prisoners at the final assault on the Great Redan, landed from he: Majesty's steamer Firebrand, at Kazatch. They left Odessa on the morning of the 23rd. They were accompanied by sevente
February 16, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 

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IMPOR CANT TO THE AFFLICTED !

IMPOR CANT TO THE AFFLICTED !

Illopgood'o Cough & Abthisuitic 1 1 1116. VXPEItIENCE has fully confirmed their efficacy in ell Af fa factions of the Chest, Coughs, Cold, A.thma, Brothitis Hoarseness. Pains in the side, and effectuAlly arresting the ravages of Consumption. :kir. smith, liinckley, who bad been
February 2, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
BICESTER HERALD.

BICESTER HERALD.

people went without milk. The city railroads, which ale now completed through nearly all the greet avenues, were impassable, and a body of snow two feet deep lay on the town " The port of Constantinople is in perpetual motion, and numberless small steamers, like Thames boats, ar
February 2, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANK OF ENGLAND.

BANK OF ENGLAND.

For the week endinu on Saturday, Jan. 19, 185 G. Department. Notes issued .4-'24,253,870 I Government debt... 111,013,100 Other Securities 3,459,900 G..dd rum and bullion 9,8e8,870 Silver bullion 224,263,670 Birakimg eroprietors' espitai 114,553,000 Rest 3.365,212 Public deposit
February 2, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANBURY.

BANBURY.

MR. DANIII. SnLLSWKLL, of Shenington. pas 4e3 his eelminstlon, and was adtnitt,d a fellow of the Itoyal College of Surgeons. on the 25th ult. OURT or BANKRUPTCY, Jan 26.—(Before Mr. Commissioner Fane.) —I n He John Mitchell.—This was an adjouroed meeting for the last examination
February 2, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
TUE 1310 ESTER [BRAID.

TUE 1310 ESTER [BRAID.

Sir C. Wood briefly returned thanks. In the course of his observations he said that if the present negotiations should fail, our fleets and army were in such a state of preparation as must insure our success in the resumption of the war. To be prepared for war was the best way t
February 16, 1856 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England