Highways and Byways in Oxford and the Cotswolds

By Herbert A. Evans; Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs | Go to book overview

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
PAGE
OXFORD. CHURCH OF S. MARY THE VIRGIN--THE PORCH
Frontispiece
QUEEN'S COLLEGE, FRONT QUADRANGLE1
THE OLD ASHMOLEAN, OXFORD7
FISHER ROW, OXFORD11
THE THAMES AT PARADISE, OXFORD13
THE "GOLDEN CROSS" INN-YARD, OXFORD32
WOODSTOCK MANOR-HOUSE IN 172343
ON THE BANBURY-OXFORD ROAD55
THE "REINDEER INN," BANBURY63
HOUSE IN MARKET PLACE, BANBURY65
SOUTH NEWINGTON72
BROUGHTON CASTLE75
A YARD AT WROXTON85
SILVER STREET, WROXTON88
HANWELL CASTLE90
FENNY COMPTON113
WARMINGTON115
COMPTON WYNYATES FROM THE MOAT126
COMPTON WYNYATES. THE ENTRANCE FRONT129
BRAILES CHURCH133
LITTLE WOLFORD MANOR135
THE FOUR-SHIRE STONE, MORETON-IN-THE-MARSH136
DOVECOT AT CHASTLETON143

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II 34
  • Chapter III 62
  • Chapter IV 80
  • Chapter V 99
  • Chapter VI 124
  • Chapter VII 146
  • Chapter VIII 172
  • Chapter IX 208
  • Chapter X 249
  • Chapter XI 275
  • Chapter XII 300
  • Chapter XIII 314
  • Chapter XIV 335
  • Chapter XV 353
  • Chapter XVI 375
  • Index 401
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