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15. Wood's History of the City of Oxford. New Edition. By the

Rev. Andrew Clark, M.A. Vol. I. The City and Suburbs. With
3 Maps and several Diagrams, pp. xii + 660. (25^., to citizens
of Oxford 20^^. ; the two Maps of old Oxford separately, not
folded, i.r. dd., to citizens u.)



PUBLICATIONS {conitnued).

1890.

16. Collectanea, 2nd series, edited by Professor Montagu Burrows.

With one diagram, pp. xii + 518. {16s.)

(Contents -.—a. The Oxford Market, by O. Ogle; b. The University of Oxford
in the Twelfth Century, by T. E. Holland; c. The Friars Preachers of the
University, ed. by H. Rashdall; d. Notes on the Jews in Oxford, by A,
Neubauer ; e. Linacre's Catalogue of Grocyn's Books, followed by a Memoir
of Grocyn, by the Editor ; f. Table-Talk and Papers of Bishop Hough,
1 703-1 743, ed. by W. D. Macray; g. Extracts from the 'Gentleman's
Magazine' relating to Oxford, 1731-1800, by F. J. Haverfield. Appendix :
Corrections and Additions to Collectanea, Vol. I. (Day-book of John
Dome, Bookseller at Oxford, A. D. 1520, by F. Madan, including a ' Half-
century of Notes' on Dome, by Henry IJradshaw).)

17. Wood's History of the City of Oxford [as No. 15 above].

Vol. II. Churches and Religious Houses. With Map and
Diagram, pp. xii-f 550. [20s., to citizens of Oxford i6s. ; Map
of Oxford in 1440, separately, not folded, 9c/., to citizens 6d.)



1890-91.

18. Oxford City Documents, financial and judicial, 12 68-1 665.
Selected and edited by Prof. J. E. Thorold Rogers, pp. viii -f 440
(+2 loose leaves for vols. 6 and 16). {12s.)



1891.

19. The Life and Times of Anthony "Wood, antiquary, of

Oxford, 1632-1695, described by Himself. Collected from
his Diaries and other Papers, by the Rev. Andrew Clark, ]\I.A.,
Vol.1. 1632-1663. With 7 illustrations, pp. xvi-f 520. {20s.)

20. The Grey Friars in Oxford. Part I, A History of the Con-

vent ; Part II, Biographical Notices of the Friars, together with
Appendices of original documents. By Andrew G. Little, M.A.,
pp. xvi-f 372. (i6j.)

1892.

21. The Life and Times of Anthony Wood [as No, 19]. Vol. II.

1664-1681. With 10 illustrations, pp. xxviii-f 576. (20J.)

22. Reminiscences of Oxford, by Oxford men, 1559-1850,

Selected and edited by Lilian M. Quiller Couch, pp. xvi-f 430.
(17.^., to members of the University 10s. 6d.)



PUBLICATIONS {continued).



1892-93.



23. Index to Wills proved and Administrations granted in
the Court of the Archdeacon of Berks, 1508-1652. Edited
by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A. (Issued in conjunction with
the British Record Society.) pp. viii+200. (loj.)



1893.

24. Three Oxfordshire Parishes. A History of Kidlington,

Yarnton, and Begbroke. By Mrs. Bryan Stapleton. With
a coloured map and 2 sheet-pedigrees, pp. xx + 400. (iV-s"., to
residents in the three villages 10s.)

25. The History of Corpus Christi College, with Lists of its

Members. By Thomas Fowler, D.D., President of the
College. With 3 illustrations, pp. xvi + 482. (20J., to members
of Corpus 1 2s. 6d.)

1894.

26. The Life and Times of Anthony Wood [as No. 19]. Vol. III.

168^1695. With 3 illustrations, pp. xxxii-l-548. {21s.)

27. The Register of Exeter College, Oxford, with a history of

the College, and illustrations. By the Rev. C. W. Boase, INI.A.
Third edition, enlarged, pp. [8] + clxxxiv + 4oo. {Presen/ed /o
the Society by the author : 15^., to members of the College ioj.)

28. The Cartulary of the Monastery of St. Frideswide at

Oxford. Edited by the Rev. S. R. Wigram, ]\I.A. With illus-
trations. Vol.1. General and City Charters, pp. xx-f-504-l-6
pages (loose) of corrections to vol. 1^. (2i.r.)

1895.

29. The Early Oxford Press, a bibliography of printing and

publishing at Oxford, '1468'-1640. With notes, appendixes,
and illustrations. By Falconer Madan, M.A., pp. xii + 366.
(Separate copies can be obtained only from the Clarendon Press,
price 1 8 J. The Society can only supply it in sets.)

30. The Life and Times of Anthony Wood [as No. 1 9]. Vol. IV.

Addenda. With illustrations, pp. xii + 322. (24^.)



PUBLICATIONS {continued).

1896.

31. The Cartiilaxy of the Monastery of St. Frideswide at

Oxford. Edited by the Rev. S. R. Wigram, M.A. With illus-
trations. Vol. II. The Chantry and Country Parish Charters,
pp. xii + 488 + 8 pages of additions and corrections (loose)
to vol. 25. (zij-.)

32. Collectanea, 3rd series, edited by Professor Montagu

Burrows. With illustrations, pp. xii + 450. (21J.)

(Contents : — a. Some Durham College Rolls, by Rev, H. E. D. Blakiston ;

b. Parliamentary Petitions relating to Oxford, by Miss.L- Toulmin Smith;

c. Poems relating to the riot between Town and Gown, 1355, by Rev. H.
Furneaux ; Tryvytlam de laude Univ. Oxonia^, by the same ; d. Wykeham's
Books at New College, by A. F. Leach ; e. Correspondence of Henry Earl
of Clarendon and James Earl of Abingdon, 1683-85, by C. E. Doble;
f. Dr. Newton and Hertford College, by S. G. Hamilton ; g. Charles Earl
Stanhope and the Oxford University Press, by H. Hart.)

1897.

33. A History of Pembroke College, anciently Broadgates

HaU. By the Rev. Douglas Macleane, M.A. With 4 illus-
trations, pp. xvi + 544 + 4 pages of Addenda to vol. 32. (21J.,
to members of Pembroke 13J.)

34. Hearne's Collections [as No. 2 above]. Vol. IV (15 Dec. 171 2

— 30 Nov. 1 7 14). Edited by D. W. Rannie, M.A., pp. x-i-466
+ [2], with a plate. (1898, 21J.)

1898.

35. Epistolae Academicae Oxon., a collection of letters and

other documents illustrative of Oxford in the fifteenth century.
Edited by the Rev. H. Anstey, M.A. With illustrations.
Part I, pp. Hi +336. (21^.)

36. Ditto. Part II, pp. vi + 389. (21J.)

1899.

37. Wood's History of the City of Oxford [as No. 15 above].

Vol. III. Addenda and Indexes, with illustration, pp. X + 476 +
[4]. (2 1 J., to citizens of Oxford i6j.)

38. Old Plans of Oxford, by Agas, Hollar, and Loggan. A port-

folio containing 15 plates. (21J., to citizens of Oxford 16^-.)



PUBLICATIONS {continued).

1900.

39. Oxford Topography, an essay by Herbert Hurst, B.A. With

sketch-map, pp. viii-l-248. (A companion to No. 38: 2\s.,
to citizens of Oxford 1 6 j.)

40. The Life and Times of Anthony Wood [as No. 19]. Vol.

V, completing the work. Indexes, pp. xvi + 401 + [4]. (21^-.)

1901.

41. Studies in Oxford History, chiefly in the Eighteenth

Century, by the Rev. J. R. Green and the Rev. Geo. Roberson,
edited by C. L. Stainer, M.A. With illustrations, pp. xx-\-
xxiii + 382. (2 1 J.)

42. Hearne's Collections [as No. 2 above]. Vol. V (Dec. i, 1714-

Dec. 31, 1 7 16). Edited by D. W. Rannie, M.A., pp. viii + 402

+ [6]. (21..)

1902.

43. Hearne's Collections [as No. 2 above]. Vol. VI (Jan. i, 17 17-

May 8, 17 19). Edited under the superintendence of the
Committee of the O. H. S. With an illustration, pp. viii+ 432 +
[6]. (3ij.6^.)

1903.

44. The Flemings in Oxford. Vol. I. Edited by the Rev. the

Provost of Queen's College, pp. xxiv+592 + [8]. (31J. dd)

1903-4.

45. The Ancient Kalendar of the University of Oxford.

Edited by the Rev. Christopher Wordsworth, pp. xxxii+ 293
+ [8]. (31^.6^.)

1904.

46. Oxford Silver Pennies. Edited by C. L. Stainer, M.A.,

pp. xlvi + 96 + [8]. With 15 plates. (21J.)

1905.

47. Collectanea, 4th series, edited under the superintendence of the

Committee of the O. H. S., pp. xi + 346. (3 li-. 6^.)

(Contents: — a. Description of Oxford from the Hundred Rolls, ed. by
Rose Graham; b. Oxford Church Notes, by Richard Symonds, 1643-4,
ed. by Rose Graham ; c. Three Consecrations of College Chapels (Lincoln,
1631 ; Brasenose, 1666 ; Queen's, 1717), ed. by A. Clark, K. Madan, and
J. R. Magrath, D.D. ; d. Thos. Baskerville's Account of Oxford, c. 1670-
1700, ed. by Ilumph. liaskerville ; e. Bill of Costs of Charles Ellis, agent
in London to the Mayor of Oxford for the Coronation of George IV, 1821,
ed. by Y. Williams; f. Coaching in and out of Oxford, 1S20-40, by
William Bayzand.)



WORKS IN ACTIVE PREPARATION.

The Flemings in Oxford. Vol. II.

Hearne's Collections [as No. 2 above]. Vol. VII.

A History of University College. By the Rev. the Master.

The Cartulary of Oseney Abbey. Edited by the Rev. H. E.
Salter.

The Cartulary of Eynsham Abbey. Edited by the Rev. H. E.

Salter.



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New College; and the Provost of Oriel College (Dr. Shadwell), Oxford.
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