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BVEDINGTON.

BVEDINGTON.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By ACOCK AND HANKS, At:the Unicorn Hotel, 'Stow-on-the- Wold, on Thursday, Feb. 29, 1872, at Five o'clock in the evening (subject to renditione),—SlX FREEHOLD COTTAGES, with good Gardens and u-sal Out-aloes, situate near the centre of the village of Bledin
February 21, 1872 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
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.2rB! ,I TilLuxaari tyLaaaxarcir—awaz Yaraaw amimagolxo anT

.2rB! ,I Yaraaw anT dreads' themselves, and hurrying feet were heard going down New Street with a quick tramp, tramp, in the direction of the Lower Mill, which proved to be the scene of the conflagration. Hundreds of willing hands were ready to do their best at putting it out, an
February 21, 1872 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
CURBRIDGE.

CURBRIDGE.

OI'EN !NG OF NEW CLIAPILL.--The Primitive Methodists have opened a small chapel, built of wood, on • firm stone foundation, hith • good slated roof. The exterior has rather a plain appearance; but inside it is very neatly boarded and painted, celled and whitewashed. A substantia
February 21, 1872 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
D EDDING TON.

D EDDING TON.

NATIONAL ScHoom.—The Diocesan inspector (the Rev. T. Whitehead) visited the National School. last week. The examiner was satisfied that the schools were ably cooducted ; he thought, however, that they appeared to be in a somewhat embryo condition, and that results might rather b
February 21, 1872 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
ATHLETICS: COLLEGE SPORTS.

ATHLETICS: COLLEGE SPORTS.

100 YARDS.—FinaI Heat : W F Foster, penalised 1 yard, first; E S Gamier and G A Hodgson, dead beat for second Vatic Won, after an exciting race, by about a yard. Time, 104 sec. 150 YARDS If ANDIC AP.—C C Hamilton, 1G yards' start, first ; 0 Boevey, 18, second C T Thompson, 18, t
February 21, 1872 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
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a terrible scene of mourning and despair, was forgotten, or only remembered as a story to be told over the winter fire. The clergyman and his wife recognised and welcomed their visitor. They had no informal , n to give him ; no one had made any inquiries since. The head-stone in
June 21, 1871 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
INTF.RESTING JOURNEY TO THE HOLY LAND. Tip LATE COLD IWAATREft. On Holiday sennight atiaddreas wan delivered in the Methudist Churn,

INTF.RESTING JOURNEY TO THE HOLY LAND. Tip LATE COLD IWAATREft. On Holiday sennight atiaddreas wan delivered in the Methudist Churn,

Now-lac-Hall, Oxford, by Mr. John Ashworth. of Rochdale, the subject being My j o urney to Jeremiah m and the East.' The building was mended. The pasoor ;Mr. Bend), presided, and, after • brim had been .utig, sad prayer offered by Mr. Williams, 6 kw remarks expressed the gratifi
June 21, 1871 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
NEW PEAL OF SIX BELLS.

NEW PEAL OF SIX BELLS.

The use of the new peal of six bells in Drayton Church, which have just been hung by Mr. A. White, the wellkno bell banger of Besselsleigh, will be inaugurated on Wednesday, June 'ltith, Coronation Day, on which occasion, we are informed, the celebrated Appleton change ringers w
June 21, 1871 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
Ante be Iv. 4. . Staler,

Ante be Iv. 4. . Staler,

June 21, 1871 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THB DECLARATION OR PARIS

THB DECLARATION OR PARIS

The Earl of DENBIGH asked if the Declaration of Pari s . 185.4 was ever ratified by her Majesty in Council ; and presented petitions forte resumption of the right of seizure of enemy's property in neutral ships, and of fitting out privateers in case of war. The Declaration of Pa
June 21, 1871 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England