Lake District (England)
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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.
The Lake Country with a Map and One Hundred Illustrations Drawn and Engraved by W.J. Linton.
Rock-climbing in the English Lake District, by Owen Glynne Jones, B.Sc.Lond. Member of the Alpine Club. With a Memoir and Portrait of the Author, Thirty-one Full Page Illustrations in Collotype, Nine Outline Plates of the Chief Routes, and an Appendix by George and Ashley Abraham.
Through the Wordsworth Country: A Companion to the Lake District. By William Knight, Professor of Moral Philosophy at St. Andrew's University; Author of "The Life of William Wordsthworth"; Editor of his "Works," etc., etc. With a Frontispiece after the Statue in Westminster Abbey and Sixteen Full Page Illustrations; by Harry Goodwin (Specially Re-engraved for this Edition)
A Guide Through the District of the Lakes in the North of England, with a Description of the Scenery, &c. For the Use of Tourists and Residents. Fifth Edition, with Considerable Additions. By William Wordsworth.
Lake Country Sketches
The English Lake District as Interpreted in the Poems of Wordsworth. By William Knight, Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of St. Andrews
The English Lakes: Painted by A. Heaton Cooper; Described by Wm T. Palmer
An Excursion to the Lakes in Westmoreland and Cumberland; with a Tour through Part of the Northern Counties, in the Years 1773 and 1774.
A Guide to the Lakes, in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. By the Author of The Antiquities of Furness. The Seventh Edition.
Select Views in Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire. By the Rev. Joseph Wilkinson, Rector of East and West Wretham, in the County of Norfolk, and Chaplain to The Marquis of Huntly.
The Lakes of Lancashire, Westmorland, and Cumberland; Delineated in Forty-three Engravings. From Drawings by Joseph Farington, R.A. with Descriptions Historical, Topographical, and Picturesque; the Result of a Tour Made in the Summer of the Year 1816. By Thomas Hartwell Horne.
A Guide to the Lakes, in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. By the Author of The Antiquities of Furness. The Eleventh Edition.
Tours to the British Mountains: with the Descriptive Poems of Lowther, and Emont Vale. By Thomas Wilkinson.
A Concise Description of the English Lakes, and Adjacent Mountains, with General Directions to Tourists; and Observations on the Mineralogy and Geology of the District; on Meteorology; the Floating Island in Derwent Lake; and the Black-lead Mine in Borrowdale. By Jonathan Otley. Second Edition.
A Concise Description of the English Lakes, and Adjacent Mountains: with General Directions to Tourists; Notices of the Botany, Mineralogy, and Geology of the District; Observations on Meteorology; The Floating Island in Derwent Lake; and the Black-lead Mine in Borrowdale. By Jonathan Otley. Fifth Edition.
Leigh's Guide to the Lakes and Mountains of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire; Illustrated with a Map of the Country, and Maps of Windermere, Derwent Water, Borrowdale, Ullswater, Grasmere, Rydal Water, and Langdale. Third Edition, Carefully Revised and Corrected.
The Lakes of England.
A Complete Guide to the Lakes, Comprising Minute Directions for the tourist, with Mr. Wordsworth's Description of the Scenery of the Country, &c., and Three Letters on the Geology of the Lake District, by the Rev. Professor Sedgwick. Second Edition. Edited by the Publisher.
A Complete Guide to the Lakes: Comprising Minute Directions for the Tourist, with Mr. Wordsworth's Description of the Scenery of the Country, &c. and Four Letters on the Geology of the Lake District, by the Rev. Professor Sedgwick. Third Edition. Edited by the publisher.
The Scenery and Poetry of the English Lakes. A Summer Ramble. By Charles Mackay, LL.D. Author of "Legends of the Isles," "The Salamandrine," Etc., Etc. With Illustrations from Origional Sketches; Drawn on Wood by W. Harvey, J. Gilbert, D. H. McKewan, D. Cox, Jun., W. C. Smith, G. Fennel, W. Dickes, W. P. Smith, and E. Gilks. Engraved by Thomas Gilks.
Black's Picturesque Guide to the English Lakes including an Essay on the Geology of the District by John Phillips, F. R. S., G. L. Late Professor of Geology and Mineralogy at the University of Dublin. Fourth Edition.
Guide to Windermere: With Tours to the Neighbouring Lakes and Other Interesting Places. With a Map and Illustrations. To Which are Added Excursions to and from Keswick; Also an Account of the Flowering Plants, Ferns, and Mosses of the District. And a Complete Directory to Windermere and its Neighbourhood. Third Edition.
The British Switzerland; or, Picturesque Rambles in the English Lake District: Comprising a Series of Views of the Lake and Mountain Scenery in Westmorland, Cumberland, Lancashire, Durham, and Northumberland: From Drawings Taken on the Spot, by Thomas Allom, Esq. With Descriptive Letterpress, by Thomas Rose, Esq. Vol. [I.-Westmorland, Etc./ II.-Cumberland, Etc.]
Black's Economical Guide to the English Lakes.
The Old Man, or, Ravings and Ramblings Round Coniston. By Alexander Craig Gibson, F.S.A. Third Edition. Re-Written by the Author.
Views of the English Lakes
The English Lake District as Interpreted in the Poems of Wordsworth. By William Knight, Professor of Moral Philosophy and Political Economy in the University of St. Andrews
The "Camera" Series Album of Views of the English Lakes
The Echoes of the Lakes and Mountains, or, Wonderful Things in the Lake District (Being a Companion to the Guides). Embracing:-- Antiquities -- Romantic Legends -- Phenomenal Marvels -- Graves and Epitaphs -- Optical Illusions and Marvellous Echoes -- Picturesque Spots and Places -- Eccentric Characters. New and Old Records and Anecdotes of the Illustrious Men and Women who have Made it their Home. With Portrait of "Mary of Buttermere," and View of the "Fish" Inn, Buttermere, By an "Antiquarian, Guide, Philosopher and Friend."
The English Lake District as Interpreted in the Poems of Wordsworth. By William Knight, Professor of Moral Philosophy and Political Economy in the University of St. Andrews. Second Edition. Revised and Enlarged.
The English Lakes. Being a Reprint of a Paper on the Bathymetrical Survey of the English Lakes, from the Geographical Journal for July and August, 1895. By Robert Hugh Mill, D. SC., F.R.S.E. With Maps and Illustrations.
A Thousand Miles of Wandering along the Roman Wall, the Old Border Region, Lakeland, and Ribblesdale. By Edmund Bogg, member of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society; Author of "From Edenvale to the Plains of York," "A Thousand Miles in Wharfdale," etc. One Hundred and Eighty Illustrations.
Wordsworth's Country, as Interpreted by his Poetry. By Easto S. Valentine, M.A. Valentine & Sons Ltd., Dundee Edinburgh & London.
A Guide Through the District of the Lake in the North of England, with A Description of the Scenery, &c. for the Use of Tourists and Residents. Facsimile of the Definitive Fifth Edition of 1835. By William Wordsworth.
Literary Associations of the English Lakes. By the Rev. H. D. Rawnsley. Honory Canon of Carlisle. In two Volumes. Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth. With Seventeen Illustrations.
Wordsworth's Guide to the Lakes. Fifth Edition (1835). With an Introduction, Appendices, and Notes Textual and Illustrative by Ernest de Selincourt. With a Map and Eight Illustrations.
Highways and Byways in the Lake District by A.G. Bradley with Illustrations by Joseph Pennell.
The English Lakes. Described by A.G. Bradley. Pictured by E.W. Haslehust.
The Church of Grasmere: A History. By M.L. Armitt (Author of Ambleside Town and Chapel). With Illustrations by Margaret L. Sumner, Frontispiece from a portrait by Fred Yates.
Some Portraits of the Lake Poets and their Homes. By Ashley P. Abraham. With 29 Full-page Monogravure Illustrations (Copyright). By G.P. Abraham, F.R.P.S. & Sons, Photographer, Keswick.
Highways and Byways in the Lake District by A. G. Bradley with Illustrations by Joseph Pennell.
The Lake Counties with Special Articles on Birds, Butterflies and Moths, Flora, Geology, Fox-hunting, Mountaineering, Yachting, Motor-boating, Fishing, Shooting, and Cycling and Including a Full Gazetteer and Map with Sixteen Plates in Colour and Seventy-Two Line Illustrations by A. Reginald Smith, R.W.S.
Rambles & Scrambles in Lakeland by George Atkinson, With photographs by E.H. Atkinson
The Charm of the English Lakes: A Book of Photographs by S.W. Colyer with foreword by Sir Hugh Walpole, C.B.E.
The Lake District. Edited by John Blair, N.A.
A Guide Through the District of the Lakes in the North of England with a Description of the Scenery, &c. for the Use of Tourists and Residents by William Wordsworth with ILlustrations by John Piper and an Introduction by W.M. Merchant
The English Lake District. Molly Lefebure.
The Northern Lake District. Part I: Difficult - Hard Severe. Illustrated by R. B. Evans.
The Lake District at Work: Past and Present
Portrait of the Lakes. Norman Nicholson. Second Edition.