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A tour through England : described in a series of letters, from a young gentleman to his sister ; with a new map and several copper-plates.
Fourth edition, with additions, revised and corrected by T.H.
London : William Darton, 58, Holborn Hill, 1821.
Physical Description:
iv, 212 p., [7] leaves of plates : ill., map ; 14 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA625 .T68 1821
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Osborne Collection of early children's books, 1566-1910, I:192
Gumuchian & cie. Livres de l'enfance du XVe au XIXe siècle, 5607
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in contemporary roan back marbled boards. Ms inscription: Jane Robinson 1847.
Subject Terms:
Darton, William -- Publisher.
England -- Description and travel.
Engraving -- Specimens -- 1821.
Natural history -- England.
Robinson, Jane -- Autograph, 1847.
Voyages and travels -- England.
Juvenile literature -- 1821.

  • Journey from Oxford to Southampton
  • Southampton, Tour of the Isle of Wight, &c.
  • Lymington, Rumsey, Salisbury, Wilton, and Stonehenge
  • Dorchester, Weymouth, Portland, Lyme Regis, and Sidmouth
  • Exeter, Dawlish, Totnes, Plymouth, and Mount Edgecumbe
  • Journey through Cornwall, from Plymouth to the Land's End, and back to Bodmin
  • Journey from Bodmin, through Barnstaple, Taunton, and Wells to Bath
  • Bath, Bristol, and the Hot-wells; Piercefield, Tintern Abbey, and Caerleon
  • Tour through part of South Wales
  • Tour from Monmouth to Cheltenham
  • Description of Cheltenham
  • Malvern, Worcester, Hagley, the Leasowes, and Birmingham
  • The wonders of the peak, &c.
  • Tour of the Lakes through York, to Cambridge
  • Description of Cambridge, and Journey to London
  • Rapid glance of the Metropolis
  • Journey from London to Oxford, by Stow, and Blenheim.

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