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The Oxford magazine (1770-76)
The Oxford magazine: or, Universal museum. Calculated for general instruction and amusement, on a plan entirely new. Embellished with copper-plates, satirical, political, and scientifical, from original designs. By a society of gentlemen, members of the University of Oxford
Place of Publication:
printed for the authors, and sold by S[amuel]. Bladon, at no. 28, and J. Coote, at no. 16, in Pater-Noster-Row, London; Mess. [T.] Fletcher and [Francis] Hodson, at Cambridge; Mr. Smith, at Dublin; and Mr. [Christopher] Etherington, at York,
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University of Michigan - Buhr Shelving Facility, AP 3.098 v.6-7