Format Maps
Contributors Pawley, G.
Dates 1805
Location England
Oxford Region
Language English
Subjects England
Oxford Region
Oxford Region (England)
Oxfordshire (England)
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 /
Other Title
Gentleman hunter's and sportsman's pocket companion : in a circle of twenty-five miles round Oxford
gentleman hunter's and sportsman's pocket companion : in a circle of twenty-five miles round oxford
Contributor Names
Pawley, G.
Created / Published
Oxford : Slatter and Munday : Sold by Hanwell & Parker, booksellers, 1805.
Subject Headings
-  Oxford Region (England)
-  Oxfordshire (England)
-  England--Oxford Region
-  England--Oxfordshire
-  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
1 map : hand col., on cloth backing ; 42 cm. in diam., on sheet 46 x 47 cm., folded to 16 x 12 cm., in rigid slipcase 16 x 12 x 1 cm.
Call Number
G5754.O9A1 1805 .P3
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g5754o ct002385
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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