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£lO,OOO DAMAGES.

£lO,OOO DAMAGES.

Tbo French and English courts condemned C. to pay this sura to the inventor, J. L. Pulvermncher, for infringing his patent rights. The correctness of this statement may ascertained by referring to the Register Office, The order was made out J odoe Crowtiier. Counterfeiters will
06 August 1859 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HALL.—By the Carouse. | Inferior Mutton ...3 2 3 Middling 3 8 0 I Prime ditto 4 4 4 I

HALL.—By the Carouse. | Inferior Mutton ...3 2 3 Middling 3 8 0 I Prime ditto 4 4 4 I

Largo Pork 3 8 I Small ditto 4 4 4 10 6d to 5s
06 August 1859 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANBURY.

BANBURY.

MaRRILD.—JuIy 31, the Independent Chapel, Banbury, ilr. Thomaa li uowr, of Aynho, to Miss Elitabelh Golby, of -Saabury.--Ar ru»l 2, at Catholic Church, Banbury, Mr. Thomas Budd, Miss Ann Brightwell, both of Banbury. Dild.—July 31st, Factory Street, Neithrop, Listio ivleanor, dau
06 August 1859 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tuesday, Aco. 2.—Before tbo Rev. W. Lloyd.

Tuesday, Aco. 2.—Before tbo Rev. W. Lloyd.

Tuesday, Aco. 2. —Before tbo Rev. W. Lloyd. Attempted Suicide. —Mary Ann Skuce, a young woman of about eightox. ■ living servant tbo Brazonoso Inn, roprody, was char 1 with attempting to drown herself in tbs canal. Tho defendant bad a quarrel with her mistress Saturday afternoon,
06 August 1859 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WALLINGFOED.

WALLINGFOED.

Died.— On Sunday, tho 31st ult., Mr. Richard Child, aged 71.—H0 was upwards years parish clerk of St. Mury tho-More, from which office ho was ejected by the rector, tho Rev. J. Langley, about years ago, but was reinstated shortly afterwards, consequence of an application to tho
06 August 1859 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MONEY MARKE r. —Thursday.

MONEY MARKE r. —Thursday.

The probable character of the transformation of the French array and navy from war to a peace footing seems now be well understood, and Consols, therefore, notwithstanding the pacific announcement daily received, remain without any tendency to improvement. , Frid. Sat. Mon. Tues
06 August 1859 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
L m vy

L m vy

06 August 1859 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine, Prick £4 4*., To be seenat HYDE & BAY B’, QUEEN STREET, OXFORD. Purchaacre thoroughly instructed the

Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine, Prick £4 4*., To be seenat HYDE & BAY B’, QUEEN STREET, OXFORD. Purchaacre thoroughly instructed the

working of the Barm-. PRIOR & CO., [Latk RANDALL,] 22, HIGH STREET, OXFORD, HATTERS, HOSIEUS.GLOVERS.BHIKTMA KERB TAILORS, & GENERAL OUTFITTERS. Makers of every Boating & Cricket Costume Club Ribbons, Academic Robes, &a ALL AID UEASL'IUS
15 February 1868 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CHILBLAIN REMEDY

CHILBLAIN REMEDY

/ 'f IVES immediate Relief, and is a certain Preventive to Bmkvn ('hilbbura,—Prepared wad sold in Bottles Ib. lid. and 2b. 9d. each, hr C. Cripps Hate J. Weati, Diapenaing Chemist ti~, Sr. Giles' SiaKEi, (opiwaite St John's College,) THE LAMBING SEASON AHD ITS DIFFICULTIES. TIIG
15 February 1868 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SERIOUS RIOT IN CORK.

SERIOUS RIOT IN CORK.

Cork, Feb. 11. -The rioting and attacks the police continued until after midnight, without cessation, for over nine hours. The mob assailed the police with stones, and the constabulary (mounted and foot) charged them with drawn swords ana fixed bayonets. Many of the rioters were
15 February 1868 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England