Book Description

'Commencing at London, and continued to the farthest Parts of the Kingdom, with the several Branches leading out of them; and a Description of the several Towns that stand thereon. Divided into Four Parts, viz. Western, Northern, Eastern, and Southern. To which are added, the Ancient Roman Roads and Stations in Britain also some general rules to know the original of the names of places in England, a list of Mitred Abbots, and an alphabetical list of fairs regulated according to the new style.'
Dealer Notes
With black and white engraved map: 'Kitchin's most Accurate Map of the Roads of England and Wales ...' (33x34cms + margins). Margins trimmed and little stained with a few small edge repairs and tears.
Some hand written notes on blank page.
Author ----
Date 1756
Binding Leather boards with banded leather spine. 18x12cms.
Publisher Printed for T. and J. Dodsley, London.
Condition Covers scuffed and bumped. Hinges split, covers and front free end paper nearly detached. End papers marked, pages age browned with a few corner creases.
Pages viii + 168pp + lxiv.

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