An Encyclopaedia of Oxford Pubs, Inns and taverns, by Derek Honey

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An Encyclopaedia of Oxford Pubs, Inns and taverns, by Derek Honey
An Encyclopaedia of Oxford Pubs, Inns and taverns, by Derek Honey

Book published by Oakwood Press in 1998, 128 pages. A5 size paperback (N6568)

From the rear side cover: An Encyclopaedia of Oxford Pubs, Inns and Taverns, is the most precise collection ever published on past and present pubs of Oxford. The author has researched over 700 licensed premises, from early Norman times to the present day, with full details of their individual histories, and often a history of the area or street. Starting at the Abingdon Arms, a tavern once in Market Street, and ending at Yates’s Wine Lodge in George Street, the book covers nearly a 1,000 years of Oxford history. Famous pubs and inns such as the Mitre and the Bear are fully covered as are the lost and unknown ones. Whether a reader is interested in history, pubs, Oxford, or all three, this book will be a valuable source of reference and enjoyment.

Condition of the book is generally excellent. The cover is clean and tidy, the spine is intact and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound.
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