A Tour, in 1787, from London, to the Western Highlands of Scotland: Including Excursions to the Lakes of Westmorland and Cumberland, ...
L. Davis; Messrs. Robson and Clarke; W. Lowndes; H. Gardner; and J. Walker - 303 pages
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