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Salts Gi l Stssrs. au 4 cock. Chipping Norton and Moreton Fairs, Askyust 4 & 10 LYRE and ACOCIE will

Salts Gi l Stssrs. au 4 cock. Chipping Norton and Moreton Fairs, Askyust 4 & 10 LYRE and ACOCIE will

hold their usual Auction Bales at both thaw Pairs. THURSDAY NEXT. Alteration in Day of Bale. LIDSTONIA EhSTONE. 3 miles from Chipping Norio*, and 3 from Charlbury• COTSWOLD SHEEP, CART HO • FARMING IMPLIMLENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and 75 acres of GROWING CROPS of CORN, with 30
August 4, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
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November 3, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
TSB OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY WWII

TSB OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY WWII

artiats an opportunity of exhibiting their pictures. The Winter Exhibition of pictures in oil and water colours, that has just been opened at the Old Bond Street Gallery is certainly not remarkable for the pro. ductions of men whose names are emblazoned on the rolls of fame, and
November 3, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
TIM OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEW'&

TIM OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEW'&

November 3, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
FEMALE PHYSICIANS.

FEMALE PHYSICIANS.

A meeting of the General Council of the University of Edinburgh was held on Friday in last week, the Right Hon. John Lulls, Chancellor, presiding. The first subject taken up was with reference to the admission of ladies to medical study. The Rev. Dr. Phin, Galashiela, moved,—" T
November 3, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
"BOUND TO THE ST. LAWRENCE

"BOUND TO THE ST. LAWRENCE

WITH ORPHANS!" The Daily Telegraph has the following leader on the departure from Ragland of the /ii6erniars, with seventy-Mx little ones," who, but for the kindness of that excellent and benevolent lady, Miss Rye, might have grown up amongst the "waits and strays" of humanity,
November 3, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD

OXFORD

Accroairr.—Aa Mr. Taylor, plumber and glazier, of the High-street, was driving with his apprentice out of the village of Waterstock, on Wednesday night, in a dogcart hired from Mr. Campion of this city, lie got in collision with a carrier's cart in a narrow part of the road,and
November 3, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE FARM.

THE FARM.

mpoicriti) tND SKPORTICD. ' b o wing , old r urtiLle3. .11 Ilie severe. nn I 1 , 141.rt01l hots) I the ta , aantities or Itritiste and le..reagti leal expwrol in the we,k : exeunt... L T Euglit.t. awl I para. furrlgn _ Cwt.
December 1, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
ANY VOLOVR

ANY VOLOVR

S. A% es STEONU FULL-hIZE • STUDS. With Brs Font. Rail.
December 1, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
W. DOSSETT, FOX AND HOUNDS INN, (Near the Heythrop Kennels) CHIPPING NORT ON BEGS respectfully to infkirm his numerous friends

W. DOSSETT, FOX AND HOUNDS INN, (Near the Heythrop Kennels) CHIPPING NORT ON BEGS respectfully to infkirm his numerous friends

and customers, that he has taken the above oldestablished Inn, and he can with confidence assure those who may favour him with a call, that his STOCK OF SPIRITS AND ALES will be found to be o the very best quality. WELL-AIRED BEDS and GOOD STABLING.
December 22, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England