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Print, engraving, Brathay Bridge ie Skelwith Bridge,
published by George Philip and Son, London, Philip, Son and
Nephew, Liverpool, Lancashire, and Titus Wilson, Kendal,
Westmorland, about 1895.
Printed on page 58 of The English Lakes District.
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Guide book, The English Lake District, published by
George Philip and Son, 32 Fleet Street, London, Philip, Son
and Nephew, Liverpool, Lancashire, and Titus Wilson, Kendal,
Westmorland, now Cumbria, before 1895.
Published as 'The Concise Series of Guides, No.1. THE ENGLISH LAKE DISTRICT, INCLUDING FURNESS ABBEY, SHAP SPA, SEASCALE, ETC., ETC. With Map and Illustrations. LONDON:- GEORGE PHILIP & SON, 32, FLEET STREET. LIVERPOOL:- PHILIP, SON & NEPHEW, 45 TO 51, SOUTH CASTLE STREET. KENDAL:- T. WILSON, HIGHGATE. / AND THROUGH ALL BOOKSELLERS.' new edition, about 1895.
Note that the pagination of the book is disorganised; see the apology at p.97 which is followed by p.78:- 'NOTICE! This GUIDE is in process of re-construction; but as the New Chapters follow the same order as the old ones, the INDEX at the end is sufficiently correct for the first Eight Chapters, and absolutely so for the others.'