Topography (British)

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McIAN, Robert Ronald and LOGAN, James.
The Clans of the Scottish Highlands. Illustrated by appropriate figures, displaying their dress, tartans, arms, armorial insignia, and social occupations, from original sketches, by Robert Ronald McIan. With accompanying description and historical memoranda of character, mode of life, &c. &c. by James Logan. More
Edinburgh and the surrounding country as seen from the Calton Hill (356 feet above sea level). More
(BOOTH, Charles) SMITH, Hubert Llewyllyn [et al.]
New Survey of London Life & Labour More
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
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
Local Views. More
GREEN, William.
[Sixty Studies from Nature in Cumberland Westmorland and Lancashire] More
GROSE, Francis.
The Antiquities of England and Wales. 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
Views of All the Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings in the University and City of Oxford; exhibiting to strangers every place deserving particular notice. More
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
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
Old and New London. A narrative of its history, its people and its places... More
GRANT, James.
Cassell's Old and New Edinburgh. Its History, its People, and its Places. More
ROSCOE, Thomas.
Wanderings and Excursions in South Wales with The Scenery of the River Wye [with] Wanderings and Excursions in North Wales. More
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