The eastern counties [of England].

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1883
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Page iii - With ships the sea was sprinkled far and nigh, Like stars in heaven, and joyously it showed ; Some lying fast at anchor in the road, Some veering up and down, one knew not why. A goodly vessel did I then espy Come like a giant from a haven broad ; And lustily along the bay she strode, Her tackling rich, and of apparel high.
Page v - Sails daily from May till October, from Glasgow at 7 am, and from Greenock about 9 am, in connection with Express Trains from London and the South, Edinburgh, and Glasgow, &c...
Page iii - Tours — about 70 in number- — by Rail, Steamer, and Coach, comprehending almost every place of interest either for scenery or historical associations throughout Scotland, including — EDINBURGH, GLASGOW, ABERDEEN, DUNDEE, INVERNESS, GREENOCK, PAISLEY, DUMFRIES, PEEBLES, STIRLING, PERTH, CRIEFF, DUNKELD, OBAN...
Page iii - Gael,' and other steamers to and from Dunoon, Innellan, Rothesay, Largs, Millport, the Kyles of Bute, Arran, Campbeltown, Ardrishaig, Inveraray, Loch-Goil, Loch-Long, &c., &c. A full service of Trains is also run from and to Glasgow, to and from Edinburgh, Stirling, Oban Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen, and the North ; and from and to Edinburgh, to and from these places' For particulars of Trains, Fares, <tc., see the Caledonian Railway Company's Time Tables.
Page viii - Mr. Cook (of London) makes this Hotel his headquarters when in Scotland, where every information may be obtained of his Tourist arrangements, and Tickets for Highland and other Tours supplied.
Page iii - ENGLAND. DIRECT TRAINS RUN FROM AND TO GLASGOW, EDINBURGH, GREENOCK, PAISLEY, STIRLING, OBAN, PERTH, , DUNDEE, ABERDEEN, INVERNESS, and other Places in Scotland, TO AND FROM LONDON (Euston), BIRMINGHAM, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, LEEDS, BRADFORD, and other Places in England.
Page viii - PS — Mr. Cook (of London) makes this Hotel his head-quarters when in Scotland, where every information may be obtained of his Tourist arrangements.
Page 104 - The making of woollen goods at this place has been traced as far back as the year 1552 ; and the town was long famous for the manufacture of fustians ; but it was not till about the middle of the last century that the cotton trade became very considerable. Its subsequent increase and improvement have been materially influenced by the invention of machinery for the abridgment of labour. In 1781, two years previously to the introduction of Arkwright's machines, for carding and spinning cotton by steam,...
Page xxi - FRECKINGHAM (Late of Eose Cottage, The Dimple, Matlock), This Establishment is in one of the healthiest parts of Buxton. and every comfort can be had both for Visitors and Patients. There is a good supply of pure water. The Bath-houses are fitted up with all the latest improvements, are lofty, and well drained.
Page ii - In all respects equal to its predecessor ('The Highlands'), both in the precision and accuracy of its information, and in the number and excellency of its maps.

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