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Baker, James, topographer.

Multum in parvo. Fashionable tours, from London, to the pleasant parts of Lancashire, Yorkshire, Westmoreland, Cumberland, & c. & c. and the northern coast of Wales, as far as Holyhead. The whole embellished with from three to four hundred engraved miniature sketches ...

[London] Printed by C. Whittingham, and sold by H.D. Symonds, 1802.
Physical Description:
1 p.., 27 p. 9 col. plates. 23 cm.
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Copyright Status:
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BAC : Advertisements: [18] p. at end. Pages [17]-[18], a separate advertisement, printed by T. Bensley.
BAC : Plates drawn and etched by J. Baker, who also published them, 1800-01. Frontispiece etched by E. Wright.
BAC : The frontispiece has the legend: Picturesque plans vol. 1.
Also issued as p. 1-27 of the author's The imperial guide, London, 1802, with very slight textual changes.
For a discussion of some of the author's productions, see Ballinger, John. "An artist topographer" in The Library, 3d ser., vol. 7 (1916), p. 116-143.
Subject Terms:
Great Britain -- Description and travel.
Baker, James. Imperial guide.

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