Duncan's Itinerary of Scotland: with the principal roads to London, copious observations on each road, and an appendix, containing some account of the canals, lakes, mountains, harbours, and romantic scenery, deserving of the traveller's notice; together with a minute mineralogical sketch of the several counties of Scotland.
- The seventh edition with important alterations, and additions. Embellished with a correct travelling map of Scotland; a plan of North and South Queensbury; and a map of the country between the friths of Forth and Clyde.
- Glasgow: Published by James Lumsden & Son; and sold by Oliver & Boyd, and William Blackwood, Edinburgh; Baldwin, Cradock & Joy; and G. B. Whittaker, London, 1828.
- Physical Description:
- xxii, , 116, 115, 47,  p.,  leaves of colored folding plates : maps ; 21 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- First published under title: The Scotch itinerary.
The itinerary and the observations are on opposite pages, with duplicate paging.
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- Subject Terms:
- Baldwin, Cradock and Joy -- Publisher.Blackwood, William -- Publisher.Etching, colored -- Specimens -- 1828.Lumsden (James) & Son -- Publisher.Oliver & Boyd -- Publisher.Roads -- Scotland.Scotland -- Description and travel.Whittaker, G. B. -- Publisher.
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