Literary Landmarks of Oxford

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LITERARY LANDMARKS OF OXFORD


BY

LAURENCE HUTTON



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ILLUSTRATED


NEW YORK

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

1903



Copyright, 1903, by

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS


Published, March, 1903

TROW DIRECTORY
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING COMPANY
NEW YORK



To

FRANCIS LANDEY RATION, D.D., LL.D.

IN PLEASANT MEMORY OF

PRINCETON AND OF OXFORD



CONTENTS

  PAGE
Introduction 1
All Souls 13
Balliol 25
Brazenose 49
Christ Church 61
Corpus Christi 81
Exeter 99
Hertford 107
Jesus 113
Lincoln 119
Magdalen 135
Merton 155
New 169
Oriel 177
Pembroke 191
Queen's 207
St John's. 219
Trinty 225
University 237
Wadham 247
Worcester 255
INDICES 265



ILLUSTRATIONS

From draivings by Herbert Railton

Magdalen College
A peep from Charles Reade's rooms.
Frontspeice
  FACING PAGE
Gateway to Frewen Hall 18
All Souls Quadrangle and Library 20
The Narrow Brazenose Lane
Showing All Souls and "Heber's chestnut."
52
Quadrangle, Brazenose
The doorway on the left is the entrance to Reginald Heber's rooms.
54
Brazenose
The oriel window on the right is Reginald Heber's room.
The chestnut-tree is on the right.
58
Christ Chuch
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson's rooms on the left.
76
Ruskin's Rooms, Corpus Christi
The two windows on the left belong to the rooms.
96
Lincoln College
Wesley's rooms are the two upper windows on the left.
Wesley's pulpit.
122
The Great Quadrangle, Oriel College 184
Dr. Jhonson's Staircase, Pembroke
A peep from Johnson's room.
198
University College
Shelley's room on first floor.
242
Shelly's Window Seat, University College 244



Magdalen College. A peep from Charles Reade's rooms.


This work was published before January 1, 1925, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.