Plan of and] Elevation of East Front next the Center Avenue of the new Market Oxford
Plan of the new market of Oxford and a elevation of its east front. A handwritten and signed note on this drawing explains "2nd Oct 1773 the Plan & Elevation referred to by certain articles of agreement executed this Day between us". This agreement was between the Corporation and the builder.The names are Fran. Randolph, Wm. Wickham, Rich. Fawney, R. Kirby, John Phillipe, Phip. Ward, Edwd. Fawney, Wm. Green.
1 : 31680 .The county border between Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire is indicated on this map by a red dotted line near the left margin., Ot Moor, an area of some 4,000 acres of fenland, appears at the centre of the drawing., Depicted around the moor are the remains of ancient woodlands: Prattle Woods, Horton Spinney, Studley Wood and Whitecross Green Wood. Stanley, William
1 : 31680 This drawing covers part of the Thames Valley in the counties of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire. The plan is oriented to the east, with a compass depicted at middle right. Symbols distinguish woodland, heathland, arable enclosed land and formal parkland. Brushstroke interlining indicates relief and hills. The River Thames is depicted in the lower part of the sheet, meandering through Oxfordshire between Oxford and Wallingford. Stanley, William