A New and Accurate Description of All the Direct and Principal Cross Roads in Great Britain ...: The Whole Executed on a Plan Entirely New, and Far Preferable to that of Any Work of the Kind Extant

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T. Carnan, 1776 - Great Britain - 1 pages
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Page liv - A Travelling Dictionary; or Alphabetical Tables of the Distance of all the Principal Cities, Borough, Market, and Seaport Towns, in Great Britain from each Other, Comprehending about Fifty Thousand Distances.
Page lvi - OR ALPHABETICAL TABLES OF THE Diftance of all the Principal CITIES; BOROUGH, MARKET, and SEA-PORT TOWNS in GREAT BRITAI'N FROM EACH OTHER. Shewing at one View the Number of Miles every City or Town in the Kingdom is Diftant from any other, according to the neareft Direft or Crofs-Road. COMPREHENDING Near FORTY-SIX THOUSAND DISTANCES, •carefully collected from the befl Authorities, and arranged in a Manner entirely new and plain.
Page lvi - Etc. upon the River Thames from each other by Water. The Whole being a Second Part to the New and Accurate Description of the Roads. By Daniel Patcrson, Assistant to the Quarter-Master-General of His Majesty's Forces.
Page ii - The direct roads from London to all the cities, * towns, and remarkable villages, in England and Wales...
Page xxxi - Miles from Llangollen on the R. are the Ruins of a very large Abbey, well worth the Notice of the curious in Antiquity. About a Mile farther on the R. are the Ruins of the Palace of Owen Glyndwr; and alfo Llanfillio, the Seat of — • Jones, Efq. About a Mile further on R. the Village of Llan St. Fraid. On the R. Half a Mile this Side of Caer y* Drudion, is the famous Citadel of the Druids, whereto Charaftacus retired after his defeat at Caer Carador.
Page lviii - Part of it are made fo convenient for Travelling, that they are the Admiration of Foreigners, and the Pride of the Natives.
Page lxi - Diftances from London to all the Cities, Borough, Market, and Sea-Port Towns in England and Wales...
Page lviii - Place is diftant from another, may be difcovered with as much Eafe and Expedition as two Words can be found in a common Dictionary...
Page lviii - Island are become so convenient for Travelling, ' that they are the Admiration of Foreigners, and the Pride ' of the Natives,' and, from this introduction, he proceeds to explain the object and method of his book.
Page lx - Side ; and fo on in every Inftance. Let us fuppofe a Traveller, who being at...

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