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FOB SALK,

FOB SALK,

GIIJIIS and SONS,have reccivetl In* strucuons from Mr. John Revnoi.ps,of Hi;th-S|reet, Thai: (who is relinquisliii.g the business), to SELT, by AUCTION, his premises, without reserve, the intire STOCK of FRESH IRONMONGERY, in good trade lots, in the following order. Monday, the
June 20, 1846 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MR WYNDHAM ONCE MORE.

MR WYNDHAM ONCE MORE.

WYNDHAM ONCE MORE. On Saturday the following letter, with its enclosure, was addressed the editor or Tint times. •* Sir, I feel sorry that you have deemed right pa; rade name you have done before the public, it was not with any idea of improper or dishonourable coni duct that I d
June 20, 1846 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SHEEP-SKINS.

SHEEP-SKINS.

Polled tn 7s ! Downs 0:1 5s Half-brcds .. fid I Shorlings.. . lOd to 0s Od Od to 2s fid PRICES TALLOW, SOAP. &c. per 1121b. Town Tallow,.. .. 42s 0.11 Graves Od Yellow Rusxia, .. Od flood Dregs .. .. 5s Melting Stuff.. .. 31s ( Mould Candles .. Ditto Rough .. .. 19s 1 Store ditt
June 20, 1846 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To Curriers. LAMP BLACK WORKS, Priory Mi!!*. L r importance of having LAMP iil 1. such quality to ensure cleanlim

To Curriers. LAMP BLACK WORKS, Priory Mi!!*. L r importance of having LAMP iil 1. such quality to ensure cleanlim

of w. K tut smut, in the preparation leather i* radc. Messrs. GILKFS, BROTHEEIS, .i, superior mode of manufacture to offer - neiv ar:- ' a quality as to become wholly absorbed » the least waste, therefore producing the fine-; . black at the least cost of labour and material LAXA
June 20, 1846 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

i Death Lady Br.uLsrogD.—We regret to an- I the death of Ladv Ault D«*re*ford, h took place, alter short illness, in llveourt-street. on Saturday. Her ladyship (who was in her Cist rear) was sister the Primate, and aunt to the Marquis WaitTford.— /tmHinp*f«r. Death or Da. Birkbe
December 4, 1841 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
,i". ■yk irt Plate IF

,i". ■yk irt Plate IF

,i". ■yk irt Plate In the Murkt Deddington, O so; Y AUCT I O N, By JOl CAI.CUTT, the Unicorn Inn. THIS DAY, the 25ih ilav July inst. Four o’clock the afternoon, subject conditions be then produced. The House Stone-built and Slated, fronts the most spacious part the Market I’l ice
July 25, 1840 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANBURY

BANBURY

who desire handsome and durable CLOTH are ruspectfuljw informed they may be supplied with punctuality, and best terms, U. T. 11AVNKS, TAILOR AND WOOI.LRN DRAPER,
July 25, 1840 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SUTTON. Stanton liar court, near Ensham. SOL D Y AUCT I O By Mr. LONG, the premises, at Sutton, in

SUTTON. Stanton liar court, near Ensham. SOL D Y AUCT I O By Mr. LONG, the premises, at Sutton, in

Stanton Harcourt, on Wed* next, the 26th of February, at Twelve o’clock,—The COW CATTLE, HOUSES, FIGS. RICK of HAY, IMPLEMENTS HUSBANDRY, DAIRY UTENSILS, nml Fart of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of Mrs. Breakspear, who is quilting the Farm. Catalogues may be had the premises, and of
February 22, 1840 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CLCRI*YMAK 1)L€». VM.H.

CLCRI*YMAK 1)L€». VM.H.

Jan 2fUh, at his residence, Evesham. Rev W». Davos, aged fili, after a painful and protravled afflution with cancer the tongue, which lie bore with patience and Christian resignation the will of hi* Heavenly Father. was far many years tin* faithful ami affectionate pastor the Ba
February 22, 1840 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
national education.

national education.

After the disgraceful clerical clamour that has been raised and kept up with unwearied industry against the principle upon which Ministers proposed to apply the education grant, our readers will learn with ordinary surprise, from tbe correspondence between the Bishop of Exeter a
November 2, 1839 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England