Wine Drinking in Oxford, 1640-1850: A Story Revealed by Tavern, Inn, College and Other Bottles
`A story revealed by tavern, inn, college and other bottles. With a catalogue of bottles and seals from the collection in the Ashmolean Museum.'
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Ann Morrell Anthony Hall apprentices Ashmolean Museum bearing the initials Bill dated Bodicott bottle bearing bottle purchases bottles belonging Brasenose College CD CD cellars century Christ Church city licence Claret CM CM Cornmarket Street Crown tavern dated bottles death detached seals died different seals early Figure free blown glass High Street illustrates inns Jesus College Joan Turton King's Head tavern lease Lincoln College Madeira Magdalen College married Mermaid tavern moulded bottles Museum of Oxford onion bottle Oriel College paid parish pipe of wine Port probably recorded retail wine Richard Walker Robert Wordsworth Salter seal bearing sealed bottles sealed wine bottles shaft and globe Sherry Souls College string rim supplied supplier Sutton tenement Thomas three part moulded Three Tuns trade Trinity College UJ UJ UJ University licence vintners wife William Morrell wine accounts wine bills wine licence wine merchant xl xl/3 xl/3 xl