Lake District (England)--Description and travel
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Two Thousand Miles of Wandering in the Border Country, Lakeland and Ribblesdale. By Edmund Bogg, Member of the Yorkshire Archaelogical Society; Author of "From Edenvale to the Plains of York," "A Thousand Miles in Whafedale," etc. Three Hundred and Fifty Illustrations.
A Guide to the Lakes: Dedicated to the Lovers of Landscape Studies, and to All who have Visited, or Intend to Visit, the Lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. By the Author of The Antiquities of Furness.
A Guide to the Lakes, in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. By the Author of The Antiquities of Furness. The Third Edition, Revised Throughout and Greatly Englarged.
A Companion, and Useful Guide to the Beauties of Scotland, to the Lakes of Westmoreland, Cumberland, and Lancashire; and to the Curiosities in the District of Craven, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. To Which is added, a More Particular Description of Scotland, Especially That Part of it, Called the Highlands.
Descriptive Reading of a Tour Through the English Lake District, Illustrated by a Series of Fifty Photographic Views from Nature, Taken specially for this Lecture.
A Guide to the Lakes, in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. By the Author of The Antiquities of Furness. The Eight Edition.
The Descriptive Part of Mr. West's Guide to the lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire.
A Guide to the Lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. By the Author of the Antiquities of Furness. The Tenth Edition.
The Tourist's New Guide: Containing a Description of the Lakes, Mountains, and Scenery, in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, With some Account of their Bordering Towns and Villages. Being the Result of Observations Made During a Residence of Eighteen Years in Ambleside and Keswick. By William Green. In Two Volumes. Vol. [I./II.]
A Picturesque Tour of the English Lakes, Containing a Description of the Most Romantic Scenery of Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire, with Accounts of Antient and Modern Manners and Customs, and Elucidations of the History and Antiquities of that Part of the Country, &c. &c. Illustrated with Forty-Eight Coloured Views, Drawn by Messrs. T.H. Fielding and J. Walton, During a Two Years' Residence Among the Lakes.
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 Companion to the Lakes of Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire; in a Descriptive Account of a Family Tour, and an Excursion on Horseback; Comprising a Visit to Lancaster Assizes. With a New, Copious, and Correct Itinerary. By Edward Baines, Jun.
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 Meteorolgy; the Floating Island in Derwent Lake; and the Black-lead Mine in Borrowdale. By Jonathan Otley. Fourth Edition.
Allison's Northern Tourist's Guide to the Lakes, of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire: Wherein the Mountains, Lakes, and Scenery, Are Correctly Described; and The Stages and favourite Excursions distinctly pointed out. Seventh Edition, with Very Considerable Additions.
A Descriptive Guide to the English Lakes, and Adjacent Mountains: with Notices of the Botany, Mineralogy, and Geology of the District. By Jonathan Otley. Seventh Edition. To Which is Added, An Excursion through Lonsdale to the Caves.
A Descriptive Guide to the English Lakes, and Adjacent Mountains: with Notices of the Botany, Mineralogy, and Geology of the District. By Jonathan Otley. Seventh Edition. To Which is Added, An Excursion Through Lonsdale to the Caves.
Loiterings Among the Lakes of Cumberland and Westmoreland by the Author of "Wanderings in the Isle of Wight." A New Edition.
A Descriptive Guide to the English Lakes, and Adjacent Mountains: with Notices of the Botany, Mineralogy, and Geology of the District. Eighth Edition. To Which is Added, An Excursion Through Lonsdale to the Caves.
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.
The Lakes in Sunshine: Being Photographic and Other Pictures of the Lake District of Westmorland & North Lancashire. With Descriptive Letterpress by James Payn.
The Lakes in Sunshine: Being Photographic and Other Pictures of the Lake District with Descriptive Letterpress by James Payn.
English Lake Scenery. By Elijah Walton, F.G.S. Author of "Flowers from the Upper Alps," "The Coast of Norway," "Vignettes: Alpine and Eastern," "The Bernese Oberland," "Welsh Scenery," Etc. etc. With Descriptive Text by T. G. Bonney, M.A. F.S.A. F.G.S. Fellow and Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge, Author of "The Alpine Regions," etc. etc.
The Echoes of the Lakes and Mountains: or, Wonderful Things in the Lake District (Being a Companion to the Guide) Embracing:--Antiquities--Romantic Legends--Phenomenal Marvels--Graves and Epitaphs--Optical Illusions and Marvelous 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.
Tourists' Guide to the English Lake District. By Henry Irwin Jenkinson, Fellow of the Royal Geographical and Royal Historical Societies; Member of the Philological and Mineralogical Societies. Author of 'Practical Guide to the English Lake District,' 'Practical Guide to the Isle of Man,' 'Practical Guide to Carlisle, Gilsland, Roman Wall, and Neighbourhood,' and 'Epitome of Lockhart's Life of Sir Walter Scott.' With Map.
The Lake District Views Complete in 3 Volumes. Beecham's Photo-folio. 24 Choice Photographic Views.
The Heart of Lakeland by Lehmann J. Oppenheimer
Odd Corners in English Lakeland: Rambles, Scrambles, Climbs and Sport. By William T. Palmer, Editor of "The Journal of the Fell and Rock Climbing Club," Author of "Lake Country Rambles," "In Lakeland Dells and Fells," "The English Lakes," etc. With Fifteen Illustrations.
Miniature Watercolours of the Lake District [art original].
Lovely Lakeland: Illustrated by 55 Photogravures Comprising All the Lakes (22 Prize Medals awarded) and a Map.
Things seen at the English lakes: a Description of the Entrancing Scenery of the Lake Country, its Fells, Waterfalls, & Mountain Peaks, by William Palmer, formerly editor of "The Fell and Rock Journal." With Illustrations and Maps.
Annals of Kirkby Lonsdale and Lunesdale in Bygone Days. By Alexander Pearson.
The Lake District and the National Trust by B. L. Thompson.
A History of Appleby: County Town of Westmorland, by Martin W. Holdgate, M.A., Ph.D. Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge
British Landscapes Through Maps. I, Editor: K. C. Edwards, M.A., Ph.D. The English Lake District: a Description of the O. S. One-Inch Tourist Map: The Lake District. F. J. Monkhouse, M.A. Professor of Geography in the University of Southampton.
Walking in the Lake District. H. H. Symonds, M.A. New Edition Revised by Susan Johnson, M.A.
A Tour in the Lakes Made in 1797 by William Gell. Edited by William Rollinson, M.A., Lecturer in Geography, Liverpool University, Member of the Council of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society
The Lake District: An Anthology
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
Saddle Tramp in the Lake District. By Robert Orrell.
Journey to the Lake District From Cambridge, 1779: A Summer Diary. A diary written by William Wilberforce, Undergraduate of St. John's College, Cambridge. Edited by his great-great-grandson C. E. [Cuthbert Edward] Wrangham with a foreword by The Earl of Birkenhead [Robin Furneaux Birkenhead].
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.
Highways and Byways in the Lake District by A.G. Bradley with Illustrations by Joseph Pennell