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BUTTER, BACON. CHEESE. AND HAMS—Per Cwt. There ha* been belter demand for Foreign Rutter since our last, the good and

BUTTER, BACON. CHEESE. AND HAMS—Per Cwt. There ha* been belter demand for Foreign Rutter since our last, the good and

fine qualities particular, and an advance fis. to 6s. per cwt has been obtained, the best Friesland having brought per cwt. There 5* more businc l * doing Irish Butler, at about 2s. per advance.—Lard held with more firmness, but the transactions continue on limited scale.—Tliere
29 September 1838 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To th« Editor of tb« Oxford O&roniclo.

To th« Editor of tb« Oxford O&roniclo.

To th« Editor tb« Oxford O&roniclo. Si»,— beg leave, through the medium your column*, to call the attention of the Butgotses of this City the proceedings of the Council at their laat meeting, when, under colour voting the payment of Guineas as a salary to the Mayor, they sanction
29 September 1838 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
glenpield patent starch.

glenpield patent starch.

the royal laundry. Ladies are respectfully informed that this STARCH is EXCLUSIVELY USED IN ROYAL LAUNDRY, and Hx« MAJxsTT'e says, that although she has tried W urates S l ;','. a-sn ocher Powder Starches, the found none * *a“l the GLENFIELD, which THE FINEST STARCH SHE EVER USE
26 January 1867 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Cross-cx with him.

Cross-cx with him.

John Bull was the next witness, who stated that was a ’busman employed at the Spread Eagle Hotel, Thame. On Monday afternoon a boy came and asked him to call at the Half Moon with the ’bus. Witness did so, and took the pheasants from the Half Moon, which house Hawes kee|«. Could
26 January 1867 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HIMALAYA

HIMALAYA

T E A r PURE,^- ; MATURALCOtDUR If TNB BEST anoCHEAI Jim only age: Duty off Tea. Reduction iPEsr. Price'Tia, : OXFORD..Jones, 71. High WVi/lin'j'orrf..Gardner, grocer ~ Turner, 8, Turf st. Witouy.. Co-operative Society. ~ Groce, 32. St. Qiles’s-it. Chipping Norton Rodgers.baker
26 January 1867 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Just published, Sixth Edition, price 25., by post, 2s. 3d.,

Just published, Sixth Edition, price 25., by post, 2s. 3d.,

Just published, Sixth Edition, price 25., post, 2s. 3d., ON SPERM ATORRHCEA AND ITS CURE - By P. B. Coi rtehat, M.R.C.B.E. The aim of the author is oresent a common sense view a class Mental and Physical Diseases moet prevalent and distressing, the victims of which have hitherto
26 January 1867 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SOMERTON.

SOMERTON.

Merrymaking on the Ice.—On Wednesday, the 23rd inst, through the liberality of Mr. Jonas Payne, our urincipal butcher, the b«>atmen who have been frozen in for some time past at our wharf, with others, were made merry. Mr. Payne in the most liberal manner presented them with a f
26 January 1867 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MONEY MARKET.—THfB«DAT.

MONEY MARKET.—THfB«DAT.

MONEY MARKET.— THfB«DAT. The English fund* have experienced a roily one quartet per cent. Consols, which left off yesterday with a heavy appearance at and one-eighth, opened with a good tone IK) and quarter to three-eighths, went IK) and a half, and closed at and three-eighths on
26 January 1867 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FOR PROMOTING TV AMONG THE JEWS

FOR PROMOTING TV AMONG THE JEWS

FOR PROMOTING AMONG THE JEWS Sunday, March 3rd, 1850, the ANNUAL SERMONS on behalf of the London Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews, will preached (God permitting) in St. Ebbe's Church and St. Peter-Ie- Bailay Church, the Rev. W. W. CHAMPNEYS, Rector of Whitechapel
23 February 1850 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BACHELORS OF ARTS.

BACHELORS OF ARTS.

William Drake Stanton, Exeter Thomas Hungcrford Michel). Oriel New Proctors. —The Rev. Wm. George Henderson M.A., fellow of Magd. coll., and the Rev. Geo. Marsha!’, Student and Greek Reader of Christ Church, have been elected proctors for the ensuing year, the former as senior a
23 February 1850 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England