3 edition of Wood"s History of the City of Oxford vol. III found in the catalog.
Wood"s History of the City of Oxford vol. III
January 1, 1899
by Oxford Historical Society
Written in English
Oxford Historical Society First Series
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||485|
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THE CITY OF OXFORD. Oxford lies c. 60 miles west of London at the confluence of the rivers Thames and Cherwell, in a semi-circle of hills running from Wytham in the north-west to Headington in the the north the ground between the two rivers rises gently towards the uplands of north Oxfordshire, while around the city lies the rich farming country of the Thames valley and central.
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