Great Britain Description And Travel Guide Books : The official illustrated guide to the Great Northern Railway : including the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire, and Midland Railways, with descriptions of the most important manufactories in the large towns on the lines / by George Measom.; Measom, George S.,
Great Britain Description And Travel Guidebooks Early Works To 1800 : The Chapmans and travellers almanack for the year of Christ 1695 : wherein all the post-roads, with their several branches and distances, the marts, fairs, and markets in England and Wales, are alphabetically disposed in every month : to which is added a table of accounts ready cast up ... and other tables and things useful for all travellers, traders, or Chapmen whatsoever : as also the rising and setting of the sun and moon, the tides, and whatsoever else is necessary for an annual almanack.
Great Britain Description And Travel Poetry : A late weary, merry voyage and journey, or, Iohn Taylors moneths travells : by sea and land, from London to Gravesend, to Harwich, to Ipswich, to Norwich, to Linne, to Cambridge, and from thence to London : performed and written on purpose to please his friends and to pleasure himselfe in these unpleasant and necessitated times.; Taylor, John,
Great Britain Dictionaries And Encyclopedias : An Historical dictionary of England and Wales : in three parts: I. geographical, of the most memorable places ... II. historical, of the most memorable persons ... III. political, of the chief offices ... and degrees of honour ...
Great Britain Distances Early Works To 1800 : A table shewing the distances betweene all the cities and shire townes of England, that are comprehended in the same / inuented and performed by Iohn Norden.; Norden, John,
Great Britain Distances Etc Early Works To 1800 : The travellers guide being the best mapp of the kingdom of England and principalaty of Wales : Wherem [sic] are delineated 3000 towns & villages more then in any mapp yet extent besides ye notations of bridges & rivers &c. To which is added ye direct and cross roads according to Mr: Ogilby's late survey, described by C: Saxton. And now carefully corrected with new additions by Philip Lea.; Ogilby, John,