Great Britain--Description and travel
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A New and Accurate Description of All the Direct and Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales. Containing . . . The Whole on a Plan Entirely New, and Far Preferable to Any Kind Extant. By Daniel Paterson, Assistant to the Quarter-Master-General of his Majesty's Forces.The Ninth Edition: With the Addition of Near Eighty Pages, Including Considerable Improvements in the Direct Roads, many new Cross Roads, and a Great Number of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Seats.
The British Tourists, or, Traveller's Pocket Companion, through England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. Comprehending the Most Celebrated Tours in the British Islands. By William Mavor, LL.D.
Observations on a Tour Through Almost the Whole of England, and a Considerable Part of Scotland, in a Series of Letters, Addressed to a large number of intelligent and respectable Friends, by Mr. Dibdin. Vol. [I/II].
An Excursion to the Highlands of Scotland and the English Lakes: with Recollections, Descriptions, and References to Historical Facts.
Voyage en Angleterre, pendant les années 1810 et 1811: avec des observations sur l'état politique et moral, les arts et la littérature de ce pays, et sur les moeurs et les usages de ces habitans. Tome Premier.
Paterson's Roads: Being an Entirely Original and Accurate Description of All the Direct and Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales, with part of the roads of Scotland. The Eighteenth Edition. To which are added Topographical Sketches of the Several Cities, Market Towns, and Remarkable Villages; and Descriptive Accounts of the Principle Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, the Antiquities, Natural Curiosities, and other Remarkable Objects throughout the Kingdom: the Whole, Remodeled, Augmented, and Improved, by the Addition of Numerous New Roads and Admeasurements, and Arranged upon a Plan at Once Novel, Clear, and Intelligible, is Deduced from the Latest and Best Authorities: Including a Table of the Heights of Mountains from the Grand Trigonometrical Survey of the Kingdom; Also a Table of the Population, from the Census of 1831; To which is Annexed the Arrival and Departure of the Mail, Together with the Rates of Postage; and an Entirely New Set of Maps. By Edward Mogg.