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A new and accurate map of the country for twenty five miles round the University of Oxford : exhibiting all the direct and cross roads, the hills, vales, woods, rivers, canals, towns, villages, hamlets, parks, and seats of the nobility & gentry : from the latest surveys and observations /

A new and accurate map of the country for twenty five miles round the University of Oxford : exhibiting all the direct and cross roads, the hills, vales, woods, rivers, canals, towns, villages, hamlets, parks, and seats of the nobility & gentry : from the latest surveys and observations /

 
 
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Summary

Relief shown by hachures.
Also covers county of Oxfordshire and adjacent regions.
Statement of dedication at upper right: To the Vice Chancellor ... in the University of Oxford ... this map is most respectfully inscribed by the Proprietor.
"Published as the Act directs by Slatter and Munday, Oxford, April 15, 1805."
Sectioned to 12 panels to enable folding.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Includes small text of "Remarks" and statement of latitude/longitude figures for Oxford city.
Acquisitions control no.: 2008-209

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Date

01/01/1805
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Contributors

Pawley, G.
Neele, Samuel John, 1758-1824.
Munday and Slatter.
Hanwell and Parker.
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