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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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