The Victoria history of the county of Oxford.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Published for University of London, Institute of Historical Research, by Oxford University Press, 1907-<2016>
Description
v. <1-9, 12-18> : ill., maps (some col.) ; 32 cm

Details

Subject(s)
Related name
Series
  • Victoria history of the counties of England. [More in this series]
  • The Victoria history of the counties of England
Notes
  • Vol. 4-<9, 12-18> have title: A history of the county of Oxford.
  • Imprint, v. <2>: London : Archibald Constable and Co.
  • Imprint, v. <14-18>: Published for the Institute of Historical Research by Boydell & Brewer.
  • Vol. 1 published 1939.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents
  • V. 1-2. Oxford
  • v. 3. The University of Oxford
  • v. 4. The city of Oxford
  • v. 5. Bullingdon hundred
  • v. 6. Ploughley hundred
  • v. 7. Dorchester and Thane hundreds
  • v. 8. Lewknor and Pyrton hundreds
  • v. 9. Bloxham hundred
  • v. 10. Banbury hundred
  • v. 11. Wootton hundred (Northern part)
  • v. 12. Wootton hundred (South)
  • v. 13. Bampton hundred, part one
  • v. 14. Witney and its townships. Bampton hundred, part two
  • v. 15. Carterton, Minster Lovell, and environs. Bampton hundred, part three
  • v. 16. Henley-on-Thames and environs
  • v. 17. Broadwell, Langford and Kelmscott. Bampton hundred, part four
  • v. 18. Benson, Ewelme, and the Chilterns (Ewelme hundred).
Other title(s)
History of the county of Oxford.
ISBN
  • 9781904356400 (v. 17)
  • 1904356400 (v. 17)
  • 9781904356479 (v. 18)
  • 1904356478 (v. 18)
  • 9780197227282
  • 0197227287
  • 9780197227589
  • 0197227589
  • 9780197227749
  • 0197227740
  • 9780197227909
  • 0197227902
  • 9781904356257
  • 1904356257
  • 9781904356066
  • 1904356060
  • 9781904356387
  • 1904356389
LCCN
07019480
OCLC
321945
RCP
N - S
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