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COHDBWSIID HBWB.

COHDBWSIID HBWB.

News —Forciirii aud Domestic. The Brazils and England. —By the account* from j Rio, it appears that our own govefnmant, after the high horse sa magnanimously with regard to, Brazil, has authorized the English minister announce to the Brazilian government that he has re- ceived f
February 1, 1845 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COMMON SENSE AT A RENT FEAST.

COMMON SENSE AT A RENT FEAST.

COMMON SENSE RENT FEAST. Captain Peehell, M.P., U one of the few landlords who meet their tenants upon the ground of Common I'eme and discuss their mutual interests without desiring to conspire against the community at large. his late audit the gallant captain discussed the condi
February 1, 1845 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
* CLOUDS AT SEA. Hjutt tDMnm there are when curtain of gloom Qathers black o’er the mariner's glee. And the

* CLOUDS AT SEA. Hjutt tDMnm there are when curtain of gloom Qathers black o’er the mariner's glee. And the

merry son quite for desolate tomb. All hie revels of joy with the sea; But courage! the bright one will soon reappear * like bridegroom’ devoted and fond ; Though the tempest may threaten, no danger is near. For tho bine sky smiling beyond. There are times when tho mind is alarm
January 10, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD CHRONICLE AND BERKS AND BUCKS GAZETTE.

OXFORD CHRONICLE AND BERKS AND BUCKS GAZETTE.

City Epiphany Sessions. « At pramt, however, defendenu era allowed both _ „ , , Itathe County Court* and in the Superior Court* to avail The Oxford City Quarter SesaioD* were holden on tbemeelve* of the atatute of limiutiou, notvithatanding Monday laat, the Town Hall, before JaH
January 10, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANBURY

BANBURY

Married.—Dec. 31 , at Banbury church, by Rov. Eiger, Dr. Wuton*. of Spring Cottage, West Bar Street, to Hannah, iLird daughter of Mr. John Humphris, of this borough. New Town Hall and Public Rooms. —There are just now two parties, one at their own expense desire build public and
January 10, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD CHRONICLE AND BERKS AND BUCKS GAZETTE. FABINGDON.

OXFORD CHRONICLE AND BERKS AND BUCKS GAZETTE. FABINGDON.

Died.—On Slot ult. after short illness, agod years, Aon, oldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Belchor, of Faringdon.—On the Ist inst. at Little Coxwell, Mr. Jonathan Belcher, aged 73 years. Suddbx Deatit.—On Saturday evening last William Aveling, of Faringdon, jonrneyman shoemaker, age
January 10, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
NEXT FRIDAY.

NEXT FRIDAY.

Very Desirable Business Premises AT BICESTER, OXON, Situate in the Sheep-street, adjoining the Crown Inn, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, . By JONAS PAXTON, „ .. the King's Anns Ino, Bicester, on Friday next, October the 4th, 1850, at Six o’Clock in the evening, under conJitions to be th
September 28, 1850 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ONDONand NORTH-WESTERN RAILi WAY.—CONTRACTS for CLOTHING. The Directors of the London and North-Western Company are prepared to receive TENDERS for

ONDONand NORTH-WESTERN RAILi WAY.—CONTRACTS for CLOTHING. The Directors of the London and North-Western Company are prepared to receive TENDERS for

CLOTHlNGrequired for the year IHsL—Specifications and forms of tender may be obtained application to the Secretary, Euston Station, on and after Monday, October 14, and patterns may bo inspected at the Company’s Clothing Pattern-room, Euston Station, on and after the same date.
September 28, 1850 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO TAILORS. FEENY and GARD, WOOLLEN MERCHANTS, 80 and 81, St. Martin's Lane, London. BEG to inform Tailors that they

TO TAILORS. FEENY and GARD, WOOLLEN MERCHANTS, 80 and 81, St. Martin's Lane, London. BEG to inform Tailors that they

will forward, to any direction, two handsome Pattern Cards of fashionable Trowsertngs and Waistcoatings; each pattern will numbered and marked the lowest cash price, so that the figures need only be copied and the same piece insured. This system is most advantageous to Tailors w
September 28, 1850 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
A FRVV OF 50,000 TESTIMONIALS.

A FRVV OF 50,000 TESTIMONIALS.

From the Eight Honourable ihe Lord Stuart Deciet.— ** I have derived much benefit from Barry's Health-restorioc Food.—Stuart de Decies, Dromana, Cappoquin.” Twenty-five years’ Nervousness. Indigestion, Debility, and Constipation, from which had suffered great misery, and which n
September 28, 1850 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England