Topographical Collections for Oxfordshire and Berkshire, Compiled by Henry Hinton and James Hunt
Topographical collections for Oxfordshire and Berkshire, compiled by Henry Hinton and James Hunt. The collection consists of:
- Notes on Oxfordshire churches
- Notes on the history of Oxfordshire
- Drawings and engravings of Oxfordshire churches
- Drawings of coats of arms in Oxfordshire and Berkshire churches
- Drawings of monuments and brasses in Oxford college chapels
- Sketches and drawings of Oxford University and city buildings and monuments
- Collections for a history of Oxford city and university
- Portraits and biographical sketches of Oxford worthies
- Account of the Botanical Garden, Oxford
- Collections for a history of Berkshire
Language of Materials
Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e.g. MSS. Top. Berks. c. 57].
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Full range of shelfmarks:
MSS. Top. Berks. c. 57-8, d. 38; Top. Oxon. c. 688-9, d. 795-803, e. 545-8
Collection ID (for staff)
CMD ID 13021
Biographical / Historical
Henry Hinton (1749-1816) was an ironmonger of Oxford. James Hunt (1795-1857) was a chemist of Oxford.
Other Finding Aids
A full description is available in the Library.
The collections were bought from James Hunt by Sir Thomas Phillipps in 1819 and 1820.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collections were bought from Sir Anthony Wagner in 1979.
For a discussion of the papers see Oxoniensia xxxvii (1972), 215-20.
- 18th century
- 19th century
- Berkshire (England)
- Church buildings -- England -- Berkshire
- Church buildings -- England -- Oxfordshire
- Great Britain -- Topography
- Hinton | Henry | 1749-1816 | Oxfordshire Antiquary
- Hunt | James | 1795-1857 | Oxfordshire Antiquary
- Oxford -- England -- History
- Oxfordshire (England)
- University of Oxford
- University of Oxford | Botanic Garden
- Topographical Collections for Oxfordshire and Berkshire, Compiled by Henry Hinton and James Hunt
- Emily Tarrant
- Language of description