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Hassell, J. (John), d. 1825.

Excursions of pleasure and sports on the Thames, illustrated in a series of engravings in aqua-tinta, coloured after nature, accompanied by a descriptive and historical account of every town, village, mansion, and the adjacent country on the banks of that river; the places and periods for enjoying the sports of angling, shooting, sailing, &c. Also a particular account of all places of amusement in its vicinity, and the list of inns and taverns for the accommodation of company. By J. Hassell ...

London, Printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1823.
Physical Description:
2 p.., 191, iii p. 24 col. pl. (incl. front.) 17 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA670 T2 H3
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
BAC : In solander case, by Zaehnsdorf.
BAC : Abbey, Scenery, 221 (Abbey copy).
BAC : Printed by Plummer and Brewis.
In twelve original parts; nos. 1-5, 8-9, 11-12 in original wrappers, which are dated 1822.
Subject Terms:
Fishing -- England.
Great Britain -- Description and travel.
Thames River (England)

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