Topography (British)

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BARKER, W.R.
St. Mark's, or the Mayor's Chapel, Bristol, (Formerly called the Church of Gaunts.) More
BEEVERELL, James.
Les DELICES de la GRAND' BRETAGNE, & de L'IRLANDE; Où sont exactement décrites Les Antiquitez, les Provinces, les Villes, les Bourgs, les Montagnes, les Rivieres, les Ports de Mer, les Bains, les Forteresses, Abbayes, Eglises, Academies, Colleges, Bibliotheques, Palais, les principales Maisons de Campagne & autres beaux Edifices des Familles Illustres, avec leurs Armoires, &c./ La Réligion, les moeurs des habitans, leurs jeux, leurs divertissemens, & généralement tout ce qu'il y a de plus considerable à remarquer ...Nouvelle edition... More
BLEW, William C.A.
Brighton and its Coaches. A History of London and Brighton Road. With some account of the provincial coaches that have run from Brighton. More
BLORE, Thomas.
The History of the Manor, and Manor-House, of South Winfield, in Derbyshire in a letter to the Earl of Leicester. The Second Edition More
(BOOTH, Charles) SMITH, Hubert Llewyllyn [et al.]
New Survey of London Life & Labour More
BRIGGS, J.F.
Local Views. More
BURGESS, Walter.
Bits of Old Chelsea. A Series of Forty-one Etchings by Walter Burgess, Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-etchers. With letterpress description by Lionel Johnson and Richard Le Gallienne. More
CHAUNCY, Henry.
The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire. with the Original of Counties, Hundreds or Wapentakes, Boroughs, Corporations, Towns, Parishes, Villages, and Hamlets; the Foundation and Origin of Monasteries, Churches, Advowsons, Tythes, Rectories...... More
DAVIS, Henry George.
The Memorials of the Hamlet of Knightsbridge. With Notices of its Immediate Neighbourhood...Edited by Charles Davis. More
(EDINBURGH PANORAMA)
Edinburgh and the surrounding country as seen from the Calton Hill (356 feet above sea level). More
GREEN, William.
[Sixty Studies from Nature in Cumberland Westmorland and Lancashire] More
GROSE, Francis.
The Antiquities of England and Wales. More
NELSON (Pub.)
The River Thames: Pictorial and Descriptive. [comprising]I-Trip from Westminster Bridge to Hampton Court. II-Trip from Blackfriars to the Nore More
NELSON (Pub.)
York and its Cathedral More
[OXFORD]
Views of All the Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings in the University and City of Oxford; with descriptions, which point out to strangers all the places and curiosities more particularly deserving of their notice. More
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