File Name Ford1840_2
Call Number DA 670 L1 F67 1840
Title A Description of Scenery in the Lake District, Intended as a Guide to Strangers. By the Rev. William Ford, B. A. Carefully Revised Throughout. Illustrated with Maps and Plates. Second Edition.
Short Title A Description of Scenery
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Title Page Quotation "After all, it is upon the mind which a traveller brings along with him, that his acquistions, whether of a pleasure or profit, must principally depend." -Wordsworth.
Imprint Carlisle: Published by Charles Thurnam: London: C. Tilt, 86, Fleet Street; R. Groombridge, Panyer Alley, and All Other Booksellers. 1840.
Edition 2
Publication Date 1840
Volumes 1
Pages 201
Copies 1
SFU Catalogue Original Bibliography [2], xi, [1],190 p., [8] leaves of plates (one folded) : ill., tables, maps ; 19 cm.
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Bibliographic Notes Some staining and wear on the binding; title on spine reads "Ford's Guide to the Lakes"; fold-out map printed on linen with supplement on paper pasted on; very minor writing in pencil on the first page; small stamp pasted in at back that reads "The Central Educational Co. Ltd. / Booksellers & Stationers / Derby"
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Plate Count 0
Map Count 4
Illustrations None
Photographs None
Tables Yes
Binding Colour green
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