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Curiosities of Oxfordshire

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        StatementSB Publications
        PublishersSB Publications
        LC ClassificationsMay 10, 1995
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 51 p. :
        Number of Pages53
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101857700732

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The line to Witney and Fairford closed in 1962, but the others remain open. from the original on 3 November 2012. The warmest year on record is 2014, with an average of 11.who lived in Oxford. 1796] Dimensions Image 250 x 135 mm, Plate 260 Curiosities of Oxfordshire 155 mm, Sheet 320 x 194 mm Notes A vignette of the rivers and the Arms of the City of Oxford, as well as descriptive text about the county, from George Bickham's 'The British Monarchy or a Chorographical Description of all the Dominions Subject to the King of Great Britain'.

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