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Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
Oxford urban history conference
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  • 1. John Rocque’s 1746 map of London, illustratingthe distortion created in warping.
  • 2. An area of Cheapside with street & parishpolygon centres shown
  • 3. Completed street network for main area covered by Rocques map.
  • 4. An extract of the buffered and trimmed polygons
  • 5. The full set of MOLA data/polygons displayed in Google Maps
  • 6. The Distribution of houses recording zero, one or two hearths.
  • 7. Results ‘Felo’ and ‘Suicide’ in Coroners’ Inquests
  • 8. ‘horse’, ‘mare’ and ‘gelding’ from the Old Bailey, mapped by ‘street’.
  • 9. Parish populations, 1740s
  • 10. The Geography of Crime
  • 11. Crime Locations, 1674-1819, Per Capita by Parish
  • 12. Crime Locations (red) vs Defendant Home (green)
  • 13. Murder Prosecutions Per Capita, 1674-1819
  • 14. Male (green) vs Female (red) Murderers
  • 15. Male Murders involving Swords
  • 16. Male Murders, 1674-1730 [pins] and the 4s in the £ Tax (1693/94)
  • 17. Thefts (1674-1700) [pins] and Hearths per Household (1666)
  • 18. City of London: Thefts (1674-1700) vs Hearths per Household (1666)
  • 19. Average Hearths vs Per Capita Theft Prosecutions, 1674-1700 Average Hearths Per 1000 Capita Theft ProsecutionsTen wealthiest 6.73 6.7parishesTen poorest parishes 2.43 3.3Ten top Prosecution 5.09 14.7Parishes
  • 20. 4s in the £ Rents vs Per Capita Crime Prosecutions, 1674-1720
  • 21. Thefts of Gold/Silver (red) and Clothing (green)

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