•English Towns and Districts, by E. A. Freeman (London, 1883).
Gilpin's Forest Scenery, edited by Francis G. Heath (London, 1879).
The Strange Adventures of a Phaeton, by Wm. Black (3rd ed.; Lon., 1872).
Rural Rides in the Counties of Surrey, etc., during the years 1821-1832,
by Wm. Cobbetl (new ed., 2 vols.; London, 1885).
Rambles by Patricius Walker (London, 1873).
Old England and its Scenery (6th ed.; Boston, 1879).
England, Picturesque and Descriptive, by J. Cook (Philadelphia, 1882).
Portraits of Places, by Henry James (1883).
Visits to Remarkable Places, by Wm. Howitt (new ed.. 1888).
Bicycle Tour in England, by A. D. Chandler (Boston, 1881).
"Pennant's Tour in Wales; new ed., by Rhys, 1883 (kept in many of the
Wild Wales, by Geo. Borrow (3 vols.; 2nd ed., 1865).
•Handbook to the Cathedrals of England and Wales, by R. J. King; 6 vols.,
illus. (new ed., 1876 et seq.; London, Murray). This is the standard
work on English cathedrals.
English Cathedrals, by Mrs. Van Rensselaer, with illustrations by Joseph
Pennell (Century Magazine, 1889-90; soon to be published in book form).
Cathedral Churches of England and Wales; illus.; Cassell & Co. (1884).
Abbeys and Churches of England and Wales; illus.; Cassell & Co. (1887).
'History of Architecture, by James Fergusson (2nd ed., 1873-6; see vols.
II. and IV.).
•Introduction to the Study of Gothic Architecture, by /. H. Parker (6th
ed., 1881). See the same author's edition of Rickman, his Architectural
•Mediaeval Military Architecture in England, by G. T. Clark (2 vols.; 1884).
The Monumental Effigies of Great Britain, by C. A. Stothard (new ed., 1876).
Treasures of Art in Great Britain, by G. F. Waagen (translated from the
German by Lady Eastlake; 1854-7).
Anecdotes of Painting in England, by Horace Walpole (new ed., in 3 vols.,
edited by R.N. Wornum; 1887).
•The Norman Conquest, by E. A. Freeman (6 vols.; London, 1867-79).
See, in particular, chap. 26, vol. V.
The Making of England, by J. R. Green (London, 1881).
The Conquest of England, by J. R. Green (London, 1883).
•The Historic Towns Series, edited by E. A. Freeman and the Rev. W.
Hunt (Longmans; 18S6 et seq.)
Popular County Histories, a series now publishing by Elliot Stock.
The Races of Britain, by J. Beddoe (1886).
Contributions to the Physical History of the British Isles, by Ed. Hull (1883).
Physical Geology and Geography of Great Britain, by Sir A. C. Ramsay
(last ed., 1878; 15s.).
Topographical Botany, by H. C. Watson (2nd ed.; 1883).
British Manufacturing Industries, by G. P. Bevan (14 vols., 1876-8).
Industries of Great Britain, published by Cassell; illus. (3 vols.; 1880).
The Railways of England, by W. M. Acworth; illus. (1889).
Among the numerous comprehensive works of the older English topo¬
graphers may be mentioned Brayley and Britton's Beauties of England and
Wales (1801-15; 18 vols.), Camden's Britannia (orig. Latin ed., 1586; 2nd
Eng. ed., 1806), and Lysons' Magna Britannia (6 vols.; 1813).
Ordnance Survey Haps. The whole of England and Wales has been
published on the scale of one inch to a mile, partly in full sheets (40 x 27
inches; 2s. 6d.) and partly in quarter sheets (20X15 inches; Is.). A new
survey on this scale is in progress, of which 178 quarter sheets have been
published. The whole of Scotland has been issued on the same scale
(each sheet 30 X 22 inches; is. 9d.). Indexes to show the divisions of sheets
sent post-free on application to Edward Stanford, 26 Cockspur St., Charing
Crofs, London, S.W., agent for the sale of the Ordnance Maps.