Contributions to the Physical History of the British Isles, by Ed. Hull (1895).
Physical Geology and Geography of Great Britain, by Sir A. C. Ramsay
(6th ed., 1894; 10s. 6(2.).
Topographical Botany, by H. C. Watson (2nd ed.; 1883). JO_DO
British Manufacturing Industries, by 0. P. Sevan (14 vols., 1876-8).
Industries of Great Britain, published by Cassell; illus. (3 vols.; 1880).
The Railways of England, by W. M. Acworth; illus. (1839).
Among the numerous comprehensive works of the older English topo¬
graphers may he mentioned Brayley and Britton's Beauties of England and
Wales (1801-15; 18 vols.), Camden's Britannia (orig. Latin ed., 1686; 2nd
Eng. ed., 1806), and Lysons' Magna Britannia (6 vols.; 1806-22).
Ordnance Survey Maps. The whole of England and Wales has been
published on the scale of one inch to a mile, in 360 quarter sheets (20 X 15
inches; Is.). The whole of Scotland has been issued on the same scale
(each sheet 30 X 22 inches ; Is. 9(2.). Indexes to show the divisions of sheets
sent post-free on application to Edward Stanford, 12 LoDg Acre, W.C.