Topography (British)

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WOODS, James.
A New Atlas & Gazetteer of the Isle of Man, consisting of seventeen highly-finished maps, compiled from original and uathentic sources, describing the civil and ecclesiatical boundaries of each parish, and the boundaries of the several baronies, freeholds, and quarterlands, as well asthe boundaries of the several farms as thery are now held in possession. Appended is an elaborate and comprehensive reference table, shewing the name of very proprietor of land in the island, with the manorial description and extent of land held by him; together with an appendix of useful and interesting information, by Jmaes Woods, Surveyor. More
WHITWORTH, Robert & SHARP, James.
A report and survey of the canal proposed to be made on one level, from Waltham-Abbey to Moorfields. Also a report and survey of a line which may be continued from Marybone to the said proposed canal, in case any future design of navigation to that place, or the north side of London, from the rivers Thames or Coln, should ever take place. . To which is subjoin'd an address to the right Honourable the Lord-Mayor, and the worshipful the Aldermen and Common-Council, of the City of London, on the importance and great utility of canals in James Sharp.
Queries Proposed by the Committe of the Common-Council of the City of London, about the intended Canal from Monkey Island to Isleworth, answered 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
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
Edinburgh and the surrounding country as seen from the Calton Hill (356 feet above sea level). More
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
Library of Useful Knowledge. The History of Spain and Portugal. From B.C. 1000 to A.D. 1814. More
Local Views. More
(BOOTH, Charles) SMITH, Hubert Llewyllyn [et al.]
New Survey of London Life & Labour More
Old and New London. A narrative of its history, its people and its places... More
Peak Scenery, or Excursions in Derbyshire: Made Chiefly For the Purpose of Picturesque Observation. Illustrated With Engravings By Messrs. W.B. And Geo.Cooke, From Drawings made By F. L. Chantrey, Esq. Sculpture, R. A. More
Pigot & Co.'s Metropolitan Guide & Book of Reference To every Street, Court, Lane, Passage, Alley And Public Building, In The Cities Of London & Westminster, The Borough of Southwark, and their Respective Suburbs ... More
Simpson's Illustrated Guide to Richmond and Kew Gardens. Third and Revised Edition. More
St. Mark's, or the Mayor's Chapel, Bristol, (Formerly called the Church of Gaunts.) More
The Albert Memorial, Hyde Park. Its History and Description. With Numerous Illustrations Engraved on Steel. More
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