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OXFORDSHIRE.

OXFORDSHIRE.

TO be SOLD.,—A FREEHOLD ESTATE, confining Dwelling Houle, convenient <>utand three Clolcs adjoining, • Tithe-free; containing about Acres, picafantly (ituated on Stokcnthurch Hill, the County ol Oxford, widiin Furlong ot the Turnpike Road. For Particulars, and to treat, apply Me
13 May 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
AP R I I. 14H1, 1786,

AP R I I. 14H1, 1786,

AP R I. 14H1, 1786, THE Creditors of Mr. RODF.RT WELLS, late r-II ' y, i.i tin County of Oxford, Hcceifcj, are pay tlicir refpeftive Debts tc Mrs. Wells, LitHc-Htfely afoicfaid, his Adminiilratrix or t--» Mr. Paul Well?, of Little-Milton, in the faid County, on or before the b.ri
15 April 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TUESDAY’S POST. LONDON, January 3. THE Mourning for the late Confort of the Prince of Mecklcnburgh was fo unexpefted, that

TUESDAY’S POST. LONDON, January 3. THE Mourning for the late Confort of the Prince of Mecklcnburgh was fo unexpefted, that

feveral Noblemen and Gentlemen went Court on Chriftmas Day, in the fecond Mourning Drefs for the Queen’s Brother ; but finding when they got to Sr. James’s, that a new Mourning had been ordered for that Day, they were under the Neccfllty of returning home to Change their Clothes
07 January 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
/ rTTP POST. Chancellor of the Exchequer, ami it . on nifedvery wl.iJl h-.s hern introduced At -he GeneraHiuartsr Seffion;

/ rTTP POST. Chancellor of the Exchequer, ami it . on nifedvery wl.iJl h-.s hern introduced At -he GeneraHiuartsr Seffion;

of «he P«ec fer th* U I-. oL»uV 1 Events abfolutely neceflary that at lealt one Ot the HaL( _ anJ the Britifn Perfume Wnrelmufe, County iforefaid, .t the Guildhall the City of WortT E COMMON S, Ftb. 6. Secretaries State (hould be a Membfer of the Iloufe on -Perms which .10 them
11 February 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS

COUNTRY NEWS

Worcejfer, Feb. 9. On Morning experienced a violent Srorm of Thunder and Lightning, the latter of which was remarkably vivid, and accompanied by an uncommon Nuife, but it was of no coniiderablc Duration, nor have we heard of any material Injury it has occafioncd. Saturday laft w
11 February 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
KIUSIC ROOM, OXFORD,

KIUSIC ROOM, OXFORD,

Kay aoiHi GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT ill performed on ntjt, the Inlbr.t, lli.* Cnor.Ai, Music for the preftnt Term. Principal Vocal Performers Mils George, Mifs Mahon, and Mi. Norris.— lulfiumcnul, MefT. Malchair, Hardy, Monro, Hayward, drc. JO ST, upon Head in gton-Hill, laft
20 May 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Thi« Dtjr Mr. Burke .to come forward with hit Motion on the prefen Sute of India, and the Condufl of

Thi« Dtjr Mr. Burke .to come forward with hit Motion on the prefen Sute of India, and the Condufl of

the late Governor-General. The following Anecdote, though lingular, a Correfpondent aflurct us is fifl;—A few Days ago, a Gentleman palling along the Streets of a Town not far from Newcallle, was called to by a Shop-keeper, who acknowledged himfelf indebted to him one Guinea. Th
18 February 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HOOK-NORTON, OXFORDSHIRE. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. II AWT Y N, On Monday the sth Day of June

HOOK-NORTON, OXFORDSHIRE. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. II AWT Y N, On Monday the sth Day of June

Inftant, 'and two following Daysj—All the entire STOCK in TRADF Mr. John Go» E,of Hook-norton, near Chipping •ucr.ton, in the County of Oxford, (who retiring from Bufinefs); confifting of Mercery, Millinery, Iloficry. Habcrd.ifhcry, &c. which, for the Convenicncy of Sale, will r
03 June 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
banbury, Oxfordshire

banbury, Oxfordshire

TO be SOLD by PUB LICK AUCTION, or Friday the 30th of thi* Inftant June, «t the Mitre Inn, i Banbury aforcfaid,—All the COODS, FURNITURE, end STOCK TRADE Rickard HtßsciiT, the irrefent the Inn. Alfo, between the Ho art Four and Si» in the Afternoon of the fame Day, will SOLD AUC
24 June 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
It is a that the Eaft India Company s Trade employ at this Time upwards of Tons of Shipping, and

It is a that the Eaft India Company s Trade employ at this Time upwards of Tons of Shipping, and

7000 Seamen, being one fifth more than was ever before known. Sunday an Exprefs arrived from Briftol, with an Account'of the Death of the Honourable George Fitz-william, only Brother of the prefent Earl Fitz-william. Lord George Gordon was excommunicated on Sunday from the Parit
13 May 1786 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England