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Map of Oxford, to illustrate Dr. Acland's Memoir on cholera in Oxford in 1854, : showing the localities in which cholera & choleraic diarrhœa occurred in 1854, and cholera in 1832 & 1849; together with the parts of the town described as unhealthy, by Omerod, Greenhill & Allen, and a writer in the Oxford Herald; the parts remedied since the date of their descriptions; the districts still undrained; the parts of the river still contaminated by sewers, in 1855; and the contour levels
- [London : J. Churchill ; Oxford : J. H. and J. Parker, 1856]
Relief shown by contours. Inset: New Hinksey. Imprint information taken from accomanying volume. Map removed from book and stored in map drawers.
- Cholera—England—Oxford—Maps, Oxford (England)—Maps, and Thematic maps—England—Oxford—1856
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