Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Accounts of the Townesend family, master masons, mainly concerning their work in Oxford for the University and Oxford colleges, 1687-1804.
Extents: 2.0 Linear metres (55 Shelfmarks)
Eleven manuscripts, and printed books with manuscript notes, of Philip Bliss, including material relating to Oxford graduates.
Extents: 11 shelfmarks
Dates: 17th-19th cent.
Bradley's papers relating to astronomy, including: Lectures delivered by Bradley at Oxford as Savilian Professor of Astronomy and Lecturer in Experimental Philosophy, in about 1745-60 Astronomical observations Computations relating to the sun and the moon Letters to Dr James Bradley or his assistants, chiefly from men of science, 1732-1761 …
Extents: 48 shelfmarks
Manuscripts collected by Richard Heber, including material relating to Latin inscriptions, Latin language, the University of Oxford, 18th century literary figures, northern dialect and Greek history, BC 400-BC 320.
Extents: 14 shelfmarks
Dates: 13th-19th cent.
This collection consists of manuscripts collected by Bywater, working papers on classical subjects, and correspondence mainly with classical scholars.
Extents: 53 shelfmarks
Dates: 16th cent.-1914
Oxford University registers, chiefly collected by Dr Philip Bliss.
Extents: 16 shelfmarks
Papers of H.H. Vaughan, including: Correspondence, 1833-1916 Lectures as Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, 1849-1854 Fragments and drafts of lectures and papers relating to attendance at Vaughan's lectures, 1850-7, n.d. Miscellaneous papers relating to university affairs and concerning Vaughan's resignation from the professorship, 1835-1857 …
Extents: 60 shelfmarks
Records of the Company of Barbers, including charters, order books, certificates of admission, quarterage and fine books, account books, rolls of apprentices, bonds, and alphabetical lists of matriculations in the University of Oxford.
Extents: 18 shelfmarks
Manuscripts of S.P. Rigaud, including transcripts, summaries of lectures, and papers relating to Edmond Halley.
Extents: 21 shelfmarks
Dates: 16th-19th cent.
Three essays, one written by Jeremiah Milles, A.B. of Queen's College, Oxford: Ars musica, winner of the Chancellor's Prize, English Essay, 1773, 'The origin of geometry' and 'The Grecian dialect', n.d.
Extents: 3 shelfmarks
Dates: 1773, n.d.
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…
Extents: 19 shelfmarks
Topographical collections, in two volumes, by Rev. John Pridden, c. 1780, relating to 'Oxford university and city', especially to Queens College, and 'Oxford city parishes and country parishes'.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: [c. 1780]
Two interleaved volumes of A. Wood's Antiquities of Oxford (1786) with several hundred drawings, some in watercolour, portraits, arms, brasses, old plans, etc., with manuscript additions, partly by Henry Hinton, written and printed before 1811.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Transcripts, extracts and notes relating to the university and city of Oxford, made by and for Brian Twyne, with some notes by Anthony Wood and William Smith.
Extents: 30 shelfmarks
Dates: 16th-17th cent.
Four volumes consisting of two sets of the formal disputations (one for the opponent to read from, the other for the respondent), which were held to satisfy the requirement (see Administrative/Biographical History). Each book contains the same four Quaestiones, nos. 32757 and 32759 (written in about 1770 and about 1840) being for the opponents, and the other two (written at the same times, and partly in the same words as the opponents' books) for the respondents.
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Papers of Vaughan Thomas, including papers relating to Dr. Samuel Wilson Warneford (1763-1855), the University of Oxford, and Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.
Extents: 12 shelfmarks
Dates: 17th-19th cent.
Wight's musical collection comprises many volumes written by John Awbery, Fellow of New College, Oxford, and many of which had been owned or annotated by William and Philip Hayes. Such as are not connected with Oxford musicians are largely either English songs or Italian compositions.
Extents: 209 shelfmarks
Dates: 16th-18th cent.