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THE OXFORD WORCESTER COLLEGE CAUSE

THE OXFORD WORCESTER COLLEGE CAUSE

Our readers will rornombor that, on the last sitting of this court, reported fully the proceedings in the cause, The Provost, Fellows, and Scholars, of Worcester College, Oxford, v. Reeve. —The claim was for arrears of rent alleged due ; the defence was, that the house or cottag
December 11, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Citq anil Cnuntij Sntdligrart.

Citq anil Cnuntij Sntdligrart.

anil Cnuntij Sntdligrart. PREACHER CARFAX. TLo Kov, H. Cos, Queon’s College, Sunday morning and evening.
December 11, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CHABLBURT.

CHABLBURT.

Oxford Worcester, and Wolverhampton Railway. —On Monday last the following gontlemon-J. Fowlor, Es.]., in chier, Ooorgo Robinson and H. Rose, Lsqu., local engineer*, R. Vardon, Whitten, Matthews, and- Watson, Eeoe., arrived per train Fawlor where carriage was in readiness to con
December 11, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD CHRONICLE AND BERKS AND BUCKS GAZETTE.

OXFORD CHRONICLE AND BERKS AND BUCKS GAZETTE.

December 11, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Headings from Shakspeare, a SELECT NUMBER of AMATEURS OXFORD. FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY, Town Hall, Oxford, by the kind permission

Headings from Shakspeare, a SELECT NUMBER of AMATEURS OXFORD. FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY, Town Hall, Oxford, by the kind permission

of tho Mayor, THE Readings will take place on the nod 12th ot January, 1853. Full particulars will shortly appear.
December 11, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WALLINGFORD, BERKS. 183 ELK AND ASH TIMBER TREES, A largo WALNUT TREE, (with thoir top and lop) standing loitered on

WALLINGFORD, BERKS. 183 ELK AND ASH TIMBER TREES, A largo WALNUT TREE, (with thoir top and lop) standing loitered on

St. John’s Farm, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION Messrs. MILLIARD, On Thursday, December 23rd, 1852, at Mr. Whichelow's. Old Mooro-lano, at 3 o’clock in tho afternoon, subject to conditions to bo then produced.
December 11, 1852 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
When Buying – – Why Not the Best?

When Buying – – Why Not the Best?

When Buying - - Why Not the Best? riAvE "STETSON" a -
June 29, 1923 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LESS INFANTS.

LESS INFANTS.

Mr. Underhill thought they must keep in view the question of efficiency. The Board of Education had been rather alarmed at the high percentage above the minimum standard. Their excess had been 70 per cent., and even now was 60 per cent. They must try and promote efficiency in ot
June 29, 1923 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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!timid 1797 0 Oman g _ . 110RWICH k LONDON. mad Consequential Lou. Accident mployer's Liability. nod party. fidelity. Cars. Proved, Baritiary. Plate Glass. Hailstorm; Lino Stock. Marine. Elegise, and Electrical Machinery. LB.—lnsure for an amouLt that adequately _:tar the value o
June 29, 1923 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TED GOOD BAILLRITAN.

TED GOOD BAILLRITAN.

GOOD BAILLRITAN. They must have a real examination into' the evils, and a real determination to deal with them. Where were two or reasons why those things would not he tolerated much longer. If a reasonable practical proposal was not put forward they would get a wild end destruct
June 29, 1923 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England