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8 & 9, PARSON’S STREET, BANBURY. J . C . R I C E

8 & 9, PARSON’S STREET, BANBURY. J . C . R I C E

& 9, PARSON’S STREET, BANBURY. J . C . I - j- coinpletol In# pun-liMC* f»»r the ensuing Sca*on, beg* inform nuni'rou* emtomer* lli.it lie intend OPENING HIS SHOW ROOM, On WEDNESDAY, 23rd October, and following days, WITH A AND VAIMKD ASSOUTMKNT OK ALL THK LEADING NOVELTIES IN
November 7, 1867 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS & CHURCH SERVICES

BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS & CHURCH SERVICES

November 7, 1867 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN!

ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN!

provide apain,t t £l,OOO cnee of Death, or per Week while Laid up by Injury, caused by accident or any kind, (Riding, Driving, Unnting. Shooting, Fulling, Ac.,) MAY secured an annual payment
November 7, 1867 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
spitefully turned into barrack for the Antibiana, who have gutted the house, smashed and burnt its valuable contents, and cut

spitefully turned into barrack for the Antibiana, who have gutted the house, smashed and burnt its valuable contents, and cut

down the timber, and that the Duchess, when she repaired to Rome complain of this outrage, was ordered to leave the city within twenty-four hours. We shall probably soon read the Standard that the Pope, fearing that the Duchess Sforza’s premises at Qenzano might damaged by briga
December 7, 1867 - Illustrated Weekly News - London, London, England
 
the body a perfect instrument of the mind, of the muscular strength and general power of endurance, and therein of

the body a perfect instrument of the mind, of the muscular strength and general power of endurance, and therein of

the high moral quality known vulgarly pluck,” and, finally, of the various intellectual powers which are necessary to success in any game that deserves much expenditure of energy. Let us consider rowing under each of these heads, and if it has not the first place in all, I think
December 7, 1867 - Illustrated Weekly News - London, London, England
 
THE PROPOSED CONFERENCE.

THE PROPOSED CONFERENCE.

The persistent rumours of approaching Coofeience which are so industriously circulated by the French telegraphic agencies and semi-official journals would leave little room for doubt If could forget that tbe Congress of Paris, which never tool place, wag announced with equal per
December 7, 1867 - Illustrated Weekly News - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1848.

ESTABLISHED 1848.

Brother william platt s MASONIC WORKS, 6, Beaufo»t Buildings, Strand, London. Masonic Jewels, Clothinr, Banners, Furniture. Decorations, and Embroideries for Provincial Grand Lodges, Craft Lodges, Mack Lodtres, aud Royal Arch Chapters. Also forK.T., R.C., 30th and 33rd Degrees.
December 7, 1867 - Illustrated Weekly News - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN.

METROPOLITAN.

Mu. Winoi Horra has been elected by a hands common councilman for the ward of Portsoken, in the room Mr. King. A poll has been demanded for Mr. Dofries. Margaret Shbrira*, tho wife of John Sheridan, bricklayer's labourer, 3, Austin-terrace, ittorsea-park, was safely delivered of
July 13, 1867 - Illustrated Weekly News - London, London, England
 
Nov. 9, 1867.

Nov. 9, 1867.

November 9, 1867 - Illustrated Weekly News - London, London, England
 
By the Author of “ Hawthorn , Arc., IllustraUd, K()NA L 1) MAC 1)() N A L l>

By the Author of “ Hawthorn , Arc., IllustraUd, K()NA L 1) MAC 1)() N A L l>

the Author of Hawthorn , Arc., IllustraUd, K()NA L N L l> Mary’* Victory, ** the Author ot Viola*.iValtnlinc/' A.-tjn Ciiang*-,’* Ac., lllu-tiaU'il. ASTKUTII A. AN IUISII STORY. the Author of CHrynihia. lllu‘Jratt THE QUEEN CMI'IIORI.Y MILL COMTLLTK BT«IUU>, Who did It!” &0. VICT
November 9, 1867 - Illustrated Weekly News - London, London, England