“We are far, far away from ending this crisis,” said Banbury.
Many of the remains of the old fabric are in use as ornaments in Banbury gardens.
(reads) “accompanied by Mrs. Bouncer, also of the Banbury Light Horse.”
The booking-clerk at Banbury remembered only three gents booking by that particular train.
Didcot with its Banbury cakes and tumble-down station is passed.
At Banbury, the cakes are served to the authorities upon state occasions.
Thus far the association of cakes with zeal in the case of Banbury.
We have already traced the destruction of the Cross at Banbury to the leaven of fanaticism.
Banbury surrendered on the 27th of October, and on the 29th he entered Oxford in triumph.
Banbury, ban′ber-i, n. a kind of cake made at Banbury, a town in Oxfordshire.