Continuation of the statement on t.p.: ....The Eighteenth edition to which are added topographical sketches of the several cities, market towns, and remarkable villages; and descriptive accounts of the principal seats of the nobility and gentry, the antiquities, natural curiosities, and other remarkable objects throughout the Kingdom:
The whole remodelled, augmented, and improved, by the addition of numerous new roads and new admeasurements, and arranged upon a plan at once novel, clear and intelligible,.... including a table of the heights of mountains from the grand trigonometrical survey of the Kingdom; also a table of the population, from the census of 1821; to which is annexed the arrival and departure of the mail together with the rates of postage; and an entirely new set of maps by Edward Mogg.
Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green et al in London and Edinburgh in 1826
Half leather over marbled boards, title to the spine, [ 82], 715 pp, 8 folded maps,[ 7 at the rear] Boards in poor condition, rubbed and leather cracked, the text is complete, two loose pages, fep torn, maps creased, stained and with some tears but still legible. The text is tightly bound and although foxed and stained many pages are unaffected, owner's name inside front cover.