A Bibliography of Local History for Abingdon


Part 3, L-R


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Labour voice. Oxford (West) and Abingdon Constituency Labour Party. (1985). Oxf.

Late Devensian river deposits beneath the Floodplain Terrace of the River Thames at Abingdon, Berkshire, England. Aalto, M. M., G. R. Coope, et al. (1984).
An organic channel-fill deposit in gravel and sand exposed at Thrupp House Farm quarry is described. The gravels and sands were laid down in a bed-load dominated river under a cold climate regime. Two radiocarbon dates of 13 260 and 13 580 BP indicate that the deposit accumulated during the Late Devensian substage. However, the abundance of certain members of the insect fauna, particularly Pycnoglypta lurida and Olophrum assimile suggest that the deposits may date from the latter half of the Windermere Interstadial, ie the C"SUP 14" dates may be 1000 yr too old. The discrepancy is attributed to in-washed, older carbonaceous material. This is supported by the find of Pinus bark, radiocarbon-dated at 47 700 BP. The relation of the sediments to those previously described from the Floodplain gravels of the upper Thames Valley is discussed and their significance in dating the terrace aggradation within the Thames Valley as a whole is considered.

The Later Renaissance Architecture in England by John Belcher A.R.A. and M.E. Macartney. London. 1901. Fol. Vol. II. pp. 76-7, with a fine plate, No CVIII, of Abingdon Market House.

A lecture on the history of Abingdon during the year 1644 delivered before the Abingdon Literary & Scientific Institute, May 13, 1845 by Henry George Tomkins.  Abingdon C Evans. Market Place. ( Copy in Abingdon Public Library in pamphlets section).

Let's celebrate 1982. St. Edmund's, S. (1982). [Abingdon], St. Edmund's School.

A letter from a friend in Abingdon, to a gentleman in London : Concerning the election of burgesses for the ensuing Parliament. A, B. (1679). [London, s.n.

A letter from Abingdon, to a friend in London. A, B. (1701). [Oxford?,.

A letter from Colonell Pane governour of Abbington, to Major Generall Browne : concerning the gaining of Abbington by the enemy, and its recovery by our forces ... With an other letter from an officer of the said gerrison [sic] to a worthy friend. Payne, G. and W. M (1645). London, Printed for William Leake.

A letter to Lady Loughborough, from the Earl of Abingdon; in consequence of her presentation of the colours to the Bloomsbury and Inns of Court Association. Abingdon, W. B. (1798). London, printed for T. Barnes.

A letter to the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A : in answer to his pretended congratulatory address, in confutation of his various mis-statements, and in vindication of the efficacy ascribed by our church to the sacrament of baptism. With a postscript on the authenticity of the Abingdon letter. Marsh, H. (1813). Cambridge [England], Printed by J. Hodson.

A letter to the Right Honourable Willoughby Bertie, by descent Earl of Abingdon, ... In which His Lordship's candid and liberal treatment of the now Earl of Mansfield, is fully vindicated. Lind, J. (1778). London, printed for T. Payne and Son T. Cadell and J. Sewell.

Letters to the seven churches. Barclay, W. (1969). London, S.C.M. Press.

The life of St Edmund. Paris, M. and C. H. Lawrence (1996). Oxford, Alan Sutton.

The life of St Edmund. Paris, M. and C. H. Lawrence (1999). London, Sandpiper Books.

The life of St Edmund. Lawrence, C. H. and M. Paris (1996). Stroud ; Oxford, Alan Sutton : St Edmund Hall.

Life of St. Edmund of Abingdon, Archbishop of Canterbury. Paravicini, Frances (baroness). d. (1898). London ; Benziger Brothers ; Cincinnati, Chicago, Burns & Oates ; New York London.

A list of the flowering plants, ferns, &c. of the country round Reading, with an introductory sketch. Reading Natural History Society (1900). Reading, Turner Brothers.

Local colour : a book of verse by poets in Abingdon and its surrounding villages, gathered together in a spirit of celebration for the festival of Britain. Phillips, J. S. (1951). [Abingdon-on-Thames], [Abbey Press].

Local environment. (1996). Abingdon, Carfax Publishing.

[Local plans]. Vale of White Horse (England). District Council (1983). Abingdon, [s.n.].

Local & personal acts relating to enlarging and repairing the roads from Oxford to Fifield, in Berks., and to Witney, in Oxon. and from Abingdon to Swinford, in Berks: 1814. 54 Geo. iii cap. clxxxvi. 1811. 51 Geo. iii cap. xlvi.Parliament. Acts Geo. iii. (1811). (oxf.),.

The London Emmanuel choir visit to Abingdon Baptist church : souvenir programme. Abingdon Baptist Church (1979). [Abingdon],.

Looking at Radley : an architectural & historical survey of the earlier buildings. Cherniavsky, M. T., A. E. Money, et al. (1981). [Abingdon], Radley College.

The Lord Digbies designe to betray Abingdon, carryed on for divers weeks by an intercourse of letters. Which are here published for the satisfaction of all men, by Sergeant Major Generall Brown. Together with the cipher which the Lord Digby sent him for that purpose. Bristol, G. D. and R. Browne (1645). London, printed for Laurence Blaiklock ...

The Lord Digbies designe to betray Abingdon. Carryed on for divers weeks by an intercourse of letters. Which are here published for the satisfaction of all men, by Sergeant Major Generall Brown. Together with the cipher which the Lord Digby sent him for that purpose. Browne, R. (1644). London, Laurence Blacklock.

A lost cartulary of Abingdon Abbey. Salter H.E. BBOAJ xxiv (1981) p28

Magna Brittania: being a precise topographical account of the several counties of Great Britain.  Lysons D and Lysons S. Vol one, Bedfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.  Abingdon (referred to as Abington) is covered on pages 216-230

Maintaining the breed : the saga of MG racing cars. Thornley, J. W. (1950). Abingdon-on-Thames, Motor Racing.

The malthouse of Joseph Tomkins : 58, 60, East St. Helen's Street : the story of an Abingdon house. Naylor, L. (1965). [s.l.], [s.n.].

Mandragora's dragon. Elmer, I. (1965). Tadworth, World's Work.

Map of the Environs of Abingdon (Ordnance Survey), printed in colours. Scale 1 inch to a mile. Southampton. 1898.

Marile religii ale lumii. Bach, M. and A. Stan (1996). Bucuresti, Editura Gnosis.

The martlet and the griffen : an illustrated history of Abingdon School. Parker Michael St, J. and T. Hinde (1997). London, James & James.

Mathieson's Oxford directory including Abingdon. Wheeler & Day, 1867

Medieval Abingdon, the story of Abingdon part two. Cox M. Abingdon 1989

Medieval Bridges in Oxfordshire  Steane J. Vale & Downland Museum. Web page includes nine references to Abingdon bridges.

http://www.wantage.com/museum/Local_History/ Medieval%20Bridges%20in%20Oxfordshire.pdf

A medieval grange of Abingdon Abbey at Dean Court Farm, Cumnor, Oxon. Allen, T. Oxoniensia 1994 Vol 59 p219

A medieval graveyard beside Farrindon Road, Abingdon. Harman M. Wilson R. Oxoniensia 1981 Vol 46 p56

MG : the art of Abingdon. McLellan, J. (1982). London, Motor Racing Publications.

The MG Abingdon touch. Reckless, P. (1995). [s.l.], Roachdale Press.

MG-Abingdon, golden jubilee : Programme of events. M.G. Car Co. ltd. jubilee comm (1979). Abingdon-on-Thams,.

Middle farm, Harwell. Fletcher, J. M. J. (1972). (Abingdon),.

Millenium embroideries for St Nicholas Church, Abingdon: Ellis, M F. and Pollard, D J. Thames Craft Guild. Abingdon : Abbey Press: 2000

Mirour de seinte eglyse : St. Edmund of Abingdon's Speculum ecclesiae. Edmund and A. D. Wilshere (1982). London, Anglo-Norman Text Society.

[Miscellaneous exhibition catalogues]. Abingdon old gaol (1975). Abingdon,.

[Miscellaneous publications]. Commission For Social Welfare (1983). Abingdon,.

[Miscellaneous publications]. Thames and Chilterns Tourist Board. (1976). Abingdon,.

A moated mound at Abingdon, Berks. Antiq. Journal 1934 Vol 14 p417 Preston A.E.

Monasticon Anglicanum by Sir William Dugdale. Kt. London. 1817. Fol. (Abingdon, vol, II. pp. 505-30).

Monastic Town Planning at Abingdon.  Oxoniensia 2010 pages 49-60. Thomas R M.

The monitor; or a friendly address to the people of Great Britain, on the most effectual means of deliverance from our national calamities; particularly the present war, and of obtaining a lasting and honourable peace. By Theophilus Senex, Esq. Turner, D. (1795). [Oxford?], Printed by R. Watts and sold by J. Johnson [London] T. Knott and Watts Abingdon.

The Monks' map. Abingdon. Oxoniensia Stean J.M. and Miles D.

A Monument of Christian Munificence, or an Account of the Brotherhood of the Holy Cross and the Hospital of Christ in Abingdon by Francis Little. 1627. Edited by the Rev C.D. Cobham M.A.  Oxford and London (Parkers). 1872. Sm. 4to.

Municipal Government in the Borough of Abingdon, 1835-9 by Thomas Sharp. (Abingdon). 1859. 4to.

A monument of Christian munificence : or, an account of the brotherhood of the Holy cross, and of the Hospital of Christ in Abingdon ... 1627. Cobham, C. D. and F. Little (1872). Oxford, Parker.

More of Abingdon past and present. Thomas J & Drury E. St Helen Publishing, Abingdon. 2008 152pp Photograph collection.

Munster and Abingdon or The open rebellion there, and unhappy tumult here. (Bred in the same wombe) That from Sleidans Comm. L. 10 this from eye and eare witnesses. With marginal notes of Muncer and Mahomet. Faithfully communicated to English readers, in a booke and postscript ... for a serious check to rash and giddy spirits. Hughes, W. (1657). Oxford, printed by Henry Hall ... for Robert Blagrave.

Museum catalogue. Abingdon Borough Museum. Public Library and Museum Committee. and Abingdon Borough Museum. (1936). [Abingdon], [Abingdon Borough Museum].

Nature notes. Abingdon Naturalists' Society (1995). [Abingdon], Abingdon Naturalists' Society.

The neolithic causewayed camp at Abingdon, Berks. Case H. Antiquaries Journal Vol 36, 1956

A neolithic site at Abingdon, Berks. [1st and 2nd reports]. Leeds, E. T. (1927).Antiquaries Journal, p438

A neolithic site at Abingdon, Berks. [1st and 2nd reports]. Leeds, E. T. (1928). London, [s.n.].

A new tile design from Abingdon. Hinton D.A. Oxoniensia 1969 Vol 34 p106

News of a country town : being extracts from "Jackson's Oxford journal" relating to Abingdon 1753-1835. Townsend, J. (1914). Oxford, University Press.

Newsdesk. Abingdon St. Edmund's sch (1976). [Abingdon],.

Newsletter. Confederation for the Advancement of State Education Abingdon and district branch (1972). [Abingdon],.

Newsletter. Society of Friends. Abingdon Meeting (1984).

[Newsletter]. Abingdon Peace Group (1980). [Abingdon],.

Newsletter. Council for British Archaeology No 1 February 1971. Tithe Farm. No 3 Stert Street.

The Norman Conquest of England. University of Oxford Modern history, f. (1996). [Oxford], [University of Oxford Modern History Faculty Library].

Notes on the biography of St. Edmund of Abingdon. Russell Josiah, C. (1961).

Notes on the church of St. Blaise, Milton, Berkshire. (1987). Abingdon, [s.n.].

Notes on the churches of st. Helen, st. Nicholas, st. Michael, Abingdon. Abingdon St. Helen (1923). (Abingdon),.

Notes on the churches of st. Helen, st. Nicolas, st. Michael, Abingdon. Abingdon St. Helen (1945). Abingdon,.

Notes on the churches of St. Helen, St. Nicolas, St. Michael, Abingdon : for the use of visitors. Hooke W.H. (1955). Abingdon, Abbey Press.

[A notice beginning] Lord Norreys begs to assure his friends ... that they need be under no apprehension of difficulty in getting up to the hustings. Abingdon, M. (1831). [Oxford], Cooke printer 

Notitia Parliamentaria by Browne Willis. London. 1701-15 2 vols 8vo. Another edition 1715-50 3 vols 8vo.

Ock Street Remembered: an Abingdon community. Hudson J. Drury E. Ock Street Heritage Group. Abingdon Area Archaeological & Historical Society, 2008.

The Offchurch story. Swanzy, K. T. (1968). Abingdon, (Berks.), Abbey P.

Official guide to Abingdon rural district, Berks. Abingdon rural district (1957). Croydon,.

Old town revisited. Oswald A. Country Life, London 1952

Old well yields up its past. Oxford Mail 1 July 1971. Excavation at 3 Stert Street, Abingdon.

The order of duties. A sermon preach'd at the parish church of St. Laurence in Reading ... October 31st, 1727, containing some animadversions on an assize sermon ... preach'd at Abingdon July 18th 1727, by Francis Fox. Slade, J. (1727). Reading, Printed by William Ayres and sold by Benjamin Shirley.

The ordination to the Christian ministry of Justine Wyatt and her induction : Trinity church, Abingdon. 20th Sept., 1980. [Order of service]. United Reformed Church services. (1980). (Abingdon).

Ordnance Survey of the Town of Abingdon, 1874, in thirteen sheets, scale 1/500 (with houses ruled).

Ordnance Survey street atlas Oxfordshire. Ordnance, S., P. George, et al. (1994). London, Philip's.

The origins of the street names of Abingdon. McGowan, J. (1987). [Abingdon], Abingdon College of Further Education.

Oxford agrarian studies. Queen Elizabeth House. Agricultural Economics Unit and University of Oxford. Institute of Agricultural Economics (1972). Oxford
Abingdon, Institute of Agricultural Economics ;
Carfax Publishing.

Oxford Fringe and Green Belt local plan. Vale of White Horse (England). District Council and C. H. Caddy (1988). Abingdon, Vale of the White Horse.

Oxford to Abingdon. Barraclough, R. I. and P. L. Jennings (1998). Radnorshire, Myrtle.

Oxford vade mecum. Tunstall, K. (1954). (Abingdon),.

Oxford west & Abingdon alliance news. Social Democratic Party central and south Oxfordshire. and E. Luard (1983). Oxf.,.

Oxfordshire. Steane J. Pimlico County History Guide 1996.

Oxfordshire County Council skills project. Fitzharrys School (Abingdon Oxfordshire) (1982). [Abingdon], [Fitzharrys School]

Oxfordshire Nature Conservation Forum news. Oxfordshire Nature Conservation Forum. (1996). Abingdon, Oxford Nature Conservation Forum.

Oxfordshire rambler : (Morris Cowley-Abingdon-Wallingford-Bicester/Bletchley branches) : a Souvenir booklet of photographs depicting local scenes. (1976). Oxford, Oxford Publishing Co.

Oxfordshire schools guide : maintained and independent schools throughout the county, including provision for the 16-19 and under-5 age groups. Robertson, C. (1975). [Abingdon] ([The Clockhouse, Sheepstead, Abingdon, Oxon. OX13 6QG]), [Mrs C. Robertson].

Parish church of St. Helen, Abingdon : Millenium of St. Ethelwold, evening prayer, monastic vespers July 8th, 1984. Church of England services. special (1984). (Abingdon),.

The parish of Radley near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, in year 2000. Frisby H. 2000. Radley History Club.

The parish of Wytham in Berkshire. Sparks, M. (1965). (Abingdon),.

Parish reviews. Vale of White Horse. District Council. (1982). [Abingdon] ([Abbey House, Abingdon, OX14 3JE]), The Council.

Parliamentary conduct of the Earl of Abingdon. (1796). [Oxford?,.

A particular of such of the manors and estates in the county of Wilts, belonging to the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, and Sir James Dashwood, Baronet, trustees for the sale thereof under the will of Willoughby, late Earl of Abingdon, deceased, as will be sold ... in Marlborough, on Wednesday the twenty-ninth day of August, 1764. (1764). [London?,.

Pastoral watchfulness and zeal, particularly in personal instruction and admonition, recommended in two sermons, preached at the Bishop's visitation at Abingdon, August 21, 1826, and August 30, 1814. By the Rev. Edward Berens ... [etc.]. Berens, E. (1826). Oxford, printed by W. Baxter and sold by messrs. Rivington London; Parker Oxford.

Pigot's Directory of Berkshire, 1823-4, 1830. (The other editions of this work do not contain Berks).

Places to visit in Oxfordshire. Thames and Chilterns Tourist Board. (1976). Abingdon &c.,.

Places to visit, in the counties of Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire. Thames and Chilterns Tourist Board. (1979). Abingdon.

Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales, as Established by the Boundaries Act, 11 July 1832.  2 vols. London. 1832. V Fol. (Abingdon, vol I. plate 4).

The Pleasant History of the two angry women of Abington : With the humorous mirth of Dicke Coomes and Nicholas Prouerbes, two seruingmen. Porter, H. (1913). Amersham, Eng, Issued for subscribers by John S. Farmer.

The poll of the freeholders of the county of Berks, at the election for knights of the shire for the said county. Taken at Abingdon, on Wednesday, the 30th of August, 1727. The candidates being Charles, Lord Viscount Fane, ... Sir John Stonehouse, Bart. Robert Packer, Esq. Berkshire (England) (1727). London, printed in the year.

Population growth in Oxfordshire. Conservation Society ltd. Oxford branch (1973). [Abingdon],.

The postal history of Abingdon. Homer-Woof G.H.R. England; s.n.1987

Prehistoric activity, early Roman building, tenemant yards and gardens behind Twickenham House, Abingdon. Wilson R. Wallis J. Oxoniensia 1991 Vol 56 p1.

The prehistoric Ridge Way : a journey. Crampton, P. (1965). Abingdon-on-Thames, Abbey Press.

Preparation for death explained and enforced. A sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Tomkins, ... preached at the time of her interment, ... By Daniel Turner. Turner, D. (1769). Abingdon, printed by J. Stacey.

[Press briefs &c. relating to the re-opening of the County hall, Abingdon, by queen Elizabeth]. Abingdon (1956). [Abingdon &c.],.

Pride and superstition causes of unbelief. A sermon, preached before the Reverend the Archdeacon and clergy of the Archdeaconry of Berks, at the visitation holden at Abingdon, May XIII. MDCCXCIV. By William West Green. Green, W. W. (1794). Oxford, sold by J. Cooke; and Mess. Rivington London.

Pride of Place - the story of Abingdon's County Hall. Gale, P. Trafford Publishing, Oxford 2006.

Printed maps of Berkshire, 1574-1900. Burden, E. (1997). Ascot, Eugene Burden.

A printer's dozen : the first British printing centres to 1557, after Westminster and London. Sessions, W. K. (1983). York, The Ebor Press.

Programme of the visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Friday, 2nd November, 1956. Abingdon (1956). [Abingdon],.

Proposals for a Thames Valley diocese. Our Lady and St. Edmund of Abingdon (Church : Abingdon England) (1984). Abingdon, [s.n.].

[A public letter from the Earl of Abingdon to the University of Oxford. Abingdon, W. B. (1798). [London?], May 10th.

Radley: Barrow Hills. South Midlands Archaeology Newsletter 1984 CBA Group 9

Radley church and parish. Allso, S. E. (1971). (Abingdon),.

Radley: Goose Acre Farm. Mudd A. (Excavations at Tuckwell's gravel pit). South Midlands Archaeology 23,1993. CBA Group 9, p76.

Rambling for pleasure : Thames Valley and Chilterns : 24 short country walks betwen Windsor and Abingdon. Berkshire Ramblers' Association, G. (1997). Berkshire, East Berkshire Ramblers' Association Group.

Rambling for pleasure : Thames Valley and Chilterns : 24 short country walks betwen Windsor and Abingdon. Berkshire Ramblers' Association Group. (1997). Berkshire, East Berkshire Ramblers' Association Group.

The reconstruction of the medieval landscape: the estates of Abingdon Abbey (England). Bond, C. J. (1979). Illustrates the broad range of topographical information available from monastic sources, whose potential in this respect remains generally under-exploited by historian at both the local and national level. The Benedictine house was located by the river Thames, 10km S of Oxford. -after Author

Rectangular enclosures of the Bronze Age in the Upper Thames valley. Leeds E.T. Antiquaries Journal Vol 14 p414 1934

A reinterpretation of the Abingdon causewayed enclosure. Bradley R. Oxoniensia 1986 Vol 51 p183.

Religious houses: the Abbey of Abingdon. Ditchfield & Page 1907, pp 51-60 Cox J.C.

Remarks on a sermon, preached at Abingdon, Berks, October 7, 1781. by the Rev. John Neal Lake, M.A. entitled, Infant baptism a reasonable and scriptural service. In a letter to the author. By Daniel Turner, M.A. Turner, D. (1782). London, Sold by J. Buckland; J. Johnson; G. Keith; and by Avery Shank in Abingdon.

Remove A medley : [afterw.] Four A forum [afterw.] Tesdale tatler. Abingdon School (1947). (Abingdon),.

Report by HM Inspectors on John Mason School, Oxfordshire. Great Britain Department of, E. and o. Science Inspectorate (1983). London, Department of Education and Science.

Report on pilot operational study of Abingdon Road park and ride scheme. Oxford and U. Great Britain Traffic Advisory (1974). London, Traffic Advisory Unit.

Report of the Commissioners appointed to Enquire into the Ecclesiastical Revenues of England and Wales. London. 1835. Fol. (Abingdon, pp822-3).

Reports of the Engineers (Robert Mylne and William Jessop) appointed by the Commissioners of the Navigation of the Rivers Thames and Isis to survey the state of the said  Navigation from Lechlade to Day's Lock, with map, list of weirs belonging to locks, an account of tolls payable between Cricklade and Staines, estimates of expenses for proposed works and some resolutions and orders of the Commissioners, 1791, 8vo.

A representation of the execution of Mary Queen of Scots in seven views. The music composed for and adapted to each view, by the Earl of Abingdon. Bertie, W. (1790). London, T. Monzani.

The Representative History of Great Britain and Ireland. Part II: Berks. (Abingdon, pp 82-6). 1848. 8vo.

Researches and excavations carried on in an ancient cemetery at Frilford, near Abingdon, Berks, in the years 1867-1868. Rolleston, G. (1870). London, J. B. Nichols and sons.

Returns of endowed charities (County of Berkshire). Parishes of Abingdon St Nicholas, Abingdon St Helens. HMSO 1908.

A Right Pleasant and Merye Historie of the Mylner of Abingdon, with his Wife and his Fayre Daughter, and two Poore Schollars of Cambridge by Andrew Borde, M.D. London. 4to. pub. R. Jones, n.d.

Ritual and burial in the Thames Valley. George Lambrick. Current Archaeology issue 121. Current Archaeology.

Road to the Seventies -two decades of achievement in Abingdon & District.  Edited by Ernest Nicholson. Published by the authority of Abingdon Corporation (undated) c1970.

Roads across the Upper Thames Valley : a history of the turnpikes in Berkshire and Oxfordshire. Rosevear, A. (1996). Wantage, Published privately by Alan Rosevear.

Robert Estienne, royal printer : an historical study of the elder Stephanus. Armstrong, E. T. (1986). [Abingdon (Berks)], The Sutton Courtenay Press.

Romanae Historiae ... : an English exposition of the Roman antiquities, wherein many Roman & English offices are paralleld ... for the use of Abingdon School. Cripps, H. and T. Godwin (1628). Oxford, Printed for Henry Cripps.

Romanae historiae anthologia recognita et aucta : an English exposition of the Roman antiquities, wherein many Roman & English offices are paralleld and divers obscure phrases explained : for the use of Abingdon Schoole. Godwyn, T. (1631). At Oxford, Printed by John Lichfield printer to the famous University for Henry Cripps.

Romanae historiae anthologia recognita et aucta. : An English exposition of the Roman antiquities: wherein many Roman and English offices are parallel'd, and divers obscure phrases explain'd. For the use of Abingdon School. White, R., P. Parker, et al. (1674). London, printed by R. W[hite]. for Peter Parker and are to be sold at his shop at the Golden Legg and Starr over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill.

Romanae Historiae Anthologia Recognita Et Avcta : For the vse of Abingdon Schoole = An English Exposition Of The Romane Antiqvities, wherein many Romane and English offices are paralleld, and divers obscure Phrases explained. Lichfield, J., I. Short, et al. (1623). Oxford, Printed by Iohn Lichfield and Iames Short for Henry Crypps.

Romanae historiae anthologia. : Recognita et aucta. An English exposition of the Roman antiquities, wherein many Roman & English offices are paralleld, and divers obscure phrases explained for the vse of Abingdon Schoole. Lichfield, J., H. Cripps, et al. (1628). Oxford, Printed [by John Lichfield] for Henry Cripps.

A Romano-British cremation, an inhumation, a medieval kiln, and lead weights at 56-86 The Vineyard, Abingdon, Oxon. Wilson, B., M. Harman, et al. (1984). [Abingdon], [Abingdon Archaeological and Historical Society].

A Roman-British kiln site at Lower Farm, Nuneham Courtenay, and other sites on the Didcot to Oxford and Wooton to Abingdon water mains, Oxfordshire. Postles D. Oxoniensia 1993 Vol 58 p233

Royal Air Force Abingdon : the first fifty years. Pickavance, M. J. and A. Royal Air Force (1982). [Abingdon], Royal Air Force Abingdon.

The Rule of St. Benedict : the Abingdon copy. Benedict, J. Chamberlin, et al. (1982). Toronto, Published for the Centre for Medieval Studies by the Pontificial Institute of Mediaeval Studies.

Rules for the Government of Reading and Abingdon Gaols. 1825. 8vo.


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