A Bibliography of the History and Topography of Cumberland & Westmorland, compiled by Henry W. Hodgson F.L.A, F.R.S.A., Deputy City Librarian, Carlisle Public Libraries
A Complete Guide to the English Lakes, Illus. from drawings by T.L. Aspland and W. Banks and a Map Coloured Geologically By John Ruthven To Which Are Added An Account of the Flowering Plants, Ferns, and Mosses of the District, and a Complete Directory.
A Concise Description of the English Lakes, and Adjacent Mountains: with General Directions to Tourists; Observations on the Mineralogy and Geology of the District; on Meteorology; the Floating Island in Derwent Lake; and the Black-lead Mine in Borrowdale; and an Account of an Excursion to the Top of Skiddaw. By Jonathan Otley. Third Edition.
A Description of the English Lakes. Illustrated with the Original Wood-Cuts by W.J. Linton, Maps, Etc.
A Description of the Lakes, 1822 // A Description if the Scenery of the Lakes in the North of England. Third Edition (Now First Published Separately) With Additions, and Illustrative Remarks Upon the Scenery of the Alps. By William Wordsworth.
A Walk Around the Lakes: Observations Relative Chiefly to the Picturesque Beauty, for Those Desirous of Being Guided to the Lake District in the North-West of England; Particularly the Lakes, Mountains, and Valleys, Made on a Pedestrian Tour in the Year 1978; and a Consideration of the Many Eminent and Literary Personages Associated with Cumbria, Particularly Mr. William Wordsworth
An Essay towards a Natural History of Westmorland and Cumberland. Wherein an Account is Given of their Several Mineral and Surface Productions, with Some Directions how to Discover Minerals by the External and Adjacent Strata and Upper Covers, &c. To which is Annexed, A Vindication of the Philosophical and Theological Paraphrase of the Mosaick System of the Creation, &c. By Tho. Robinson, Rector of Ousby in Cumberland.
An Illustrated Guide to the Packhorse Bridges of the Lake District
Black's Picturesque Guide to the English Lakes: With a Copious Itinerary; A Map, and Four Charts of the Lake District; and Engraved Views of the Scenery.
Cumberland and Westmorland by Norman Nicholson
Lake District National Park: National Park Plan
The Birds of the Lake Counties. By Ralph Stoke, with a Contribution by Ernest Blezard.
The Illustrated Wordsworth's Guide to the Lakes. Edited by Peter Bicknell. Foreword by Alan G. Hill.
The Lake Country with a Map and One Hundred Illustrations Drawn and Engraved by W.J. Linton.
The Lake District: A Landscape History
The North Lonsdale Magazine and Furness Miscellany.
Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Lancaster, Containing an Account of its Situation, Extent, Towns, Roads, Rivers, Minerals, Fisheries, Manufactures, Commerce, Fairs, Agriculture, Markets, Curiosities, Antiquities, Natural History, Civil and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, &c. To which is prefixed, a Copius Travelling Guide: Exhibiting, The Direct and principal Cross Roads, Inns and Distance of Stages, Noblemen's and Gentlemen's Seats. Forming a Complete County Itinerary. Also, a List of the Fairs; and an Index Table, Shewing, at One View, the Distances of all the Towns from London, and from each other. By George Alexander Cooke, Editor of the Universal System of Geography. Illustrated with a Map of the County.