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GUIDE THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY;
PUBLIC EDIFICES, THE BUILDINGS IN EACH OF
iAVD All ©TBI*
CURIOSITIES IN THE UNIVERSITY.
WITH AN - t
FOUNDATION OF THE SEVERAL COLLEGES
SCULPTURES, TEMPLES, GARDENS, &C. A^f[T'l?
BLENHEIM And NtJNEFfpt'"
THE SEATS OF
HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF MARLBORWQ^^"/^
A NEW EDITION,
Corrected, much enlarged, and adorned with a Plan of the frnlverfity
Printed fur J. Cooke, near the Clarendon Printing-iloufe.
See! Oxford lifts her Head fublime,
Majeftic in the Mofs of Time;
Nor wants there Gracia's better Part,
'Mid the proud Piles of antient Art;
Nor decent Doric to difpenfe
New Charms 'mid old Magnificence;
And here and there foft Corinth weaves
Her daedal Coronet of Leaves;
While, as with rival Pride, her Tow'rs invade the Sky.
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Collingwood and Co. Oxfoid.
Blenheim Caftle, the Seat of his Grace the Duke of
Marlborough, near Woodftock 129
Exeter College 86
General Defcription of Oxford, and its Environs 1
Governors of Colleges and Halls, Lift of 121
Hertford College — — — 59
Jefus College — 89
Lincoln College — — 9 a
Colleges, Profeflbrs, &c. 121
Mufeum Afhmoleanum — — 22
Nuneham, the Seat of Earl Harcourt