A Chronological Outline of the History of Bristol,
and the Stranger's Guide through its streets and neighbourhood.Bristol, at the Office of the late "Bristol Observer" and published by the Author, sold in London by G. and W. B. Whittaker; R. Hunter; W. Anderson; and Nichols and Son; also by the booksellers in Bristol, 1824 Stock Code: 29662
NotesFirst Edition. The full-page woodcut on p. 277 shows the old Bristol bridge.
Octavo. Uncut and partly unopened in original paper boards, rebacked to style and relined, original printed spine label laid down.
Folding engraved city map as frontispiece, title woodcut vignette, woodcut vignette arms at head of dedication leaf, full-page woodcut in text. Dedication signed by the publisher, as usual.
Corners worn, a few spots, but an excellent copy.
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