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Walks Through London
David Hughson, William Hamilton Reid
Iraun deEngraved by THigram, for the Walks, through London.
HUGIISON'S WALKS THROUGH LONDON, Illustrated with 96 Engravings on Copper, and 24 on Wood,
in which will be represented Every thing worthy of notice throughout the Metropolis,
DOWN TO THE PRESENT PERIOD,
And forming a Complete
By DAVID HUGHSON, L.L.D.
;' LINDSELL, 'WIÓMORE-STREET ; CHAPPLE, PALL-MALL;
of whom may also be had,
1. This work will be comprised in Twelve Monthly Num
bers, which may be bound together or in Two Volumes. II. Each Number will contain Eight highly-finished En
gravings on Copper, and Two or more on Wood, and Thirty-Six pages of Letterpress, elegantly printer in Foolscap Octavo, price 2s. 6d. or in Demy? 'aro, with Proof Impressions of the Plates, price per
Number. *** One Hundred Copies, and no more, will begin to in
ROYAL OCTAVó, zvith India Paper Prooj. of the Plates, price 10s. 6d. ench number ; but it is not the intention of the Proprietors to deliver any portion of this Edition of thë work till the whole is completed, and persons desirous of possessing copies of the same will please to forward their names to any of the publishers.—The whole will be ready for delivery April 1st, 1817.
THE design of the present undertaking is to give a complete Pictorial Representation of London and its Suburbs, with a brief, but faithful account of every thing worthy of observation to a Stranger. In pursuance of this, the Proprietors and Editor have deemed it advisable to subdivide the extent of this great Metropolis into easy Walks, and to accompany each Walk with a small Map, and Views of the most interesting Objects within it.
In this Work, nothing calculated to meet the Wishes, or gratify the Curiosity of the intelligent Observer, will be neglected. The COMMERCE, WEALTH, and PopeLATION of LONDON,—its Arts and SCIENCES,-its unrivalled and universal CHARITIES, its PUBLIC EdiFICES, -its PALACES aod noble PRIVATE BUILDINGS, will here be suitably enlarged on; and, prompted by the success which has attended the tuo former Niembers of the Work, which has exceeded the most sanguine expectations of the Proprietors, it is determined, no pains or expense shall be spared, in rendering it a COMPLETE PANORAMA of the great EM PORTUM of the World.
W. Wilson, Printer, 4, Greville-Street, London.