historical handbook and guide to Oxford embracing a succinct history of the university and city from the year 912, including the various points of interest in the colleges, museums, churches, public buildings, halls, libraries, chapels, memorials, etc. ... by Moore, James J.

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Other titlesHistorical handbook of Oxford.
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