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Page 45 - Co. Limited have just published a companion to their Oxford Guide which should delight students of architecture and lovers of antiquarian research The book is illustrated with many reproductions of photographs and drawings, and...
Page 45 - Guide which should delight students of architecture and lovers of antiquarian research The book is illustrated with many reproductions of photographs and drawings, and the binding and whole get-up are excellent.
Page 46 - Colonel Theodore A. Dodge, of the United States Army, " Desires to complimeut Mr. ALDRN upon having written the only GUIDE Colonel DODOE has ever had in his hands, and he has used so-called ' Guides ' in all parts of the World. The volume has been a most perfect cicerone. " Clarendon Hotel, Oxford, 19th March, 1878.
Page 45 - NEAR OXFORD : A Popular Historical and Architectural Handbook to over One Hundred Places of interest within about Fifteen Miles. BY THE REV. HT INMAN, MA Extracts from Press Notices.
Page 45 - Oxford one may learn how excellent a centre the famous seat of learning is for those interested in mediaeval architecture, stained glass, brasses, monuments, &c. . . To cyclists and others, this should mean much in the way of adding zest to a ride.
Page 45 - Eiven as to roads, &c., such as is likely to be useful to a cyclist. There is a good general introduction on the district, and several useful appendices are added as to the domestic architecture in mediaeval times, armour, 4c. The book is nicely got up, and can be carried with fair ease in a coat pocket.