Series: Beautiful England

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The English Lakes by A. G. Bradley1
Winchester by Sidney Heath
Canterbury by Canon Danks2
Windsor Castle by Edward Thomas3
The Heart of Wessex by Sidney Heath4
Oxford by F. D. How5
Norwich and the Broads by Walter Jerrold6
The Thames by G. E. Mitton7
Cambridge by Noel Barwell8
York by George Benson9
The Isle of Wight by Edward Thomas10
Chester by Charles Edwardes11
The Peak District by R. Murray Gilchrist12
The Cornish Riviera by Sidney Heath13
Dickens-Land by J A Nicklin14
The New Forest by Elizabeth Godfrey15
Exeter by Sidney Heath16
Hampton Court by Walter Jerrold17
The Dukeries by Murray Gilchrist18
Beautiful England - Warwick and Leamington by George Morley19
Dartmoor by Arthur L. Salmon20
Bath and Wells by Arthur L. Salmon21
Scarborough and neighbourhood (Beautiful England) by R. Murray Gilchrist21.5
Bournemouth Poole & Christchurch by Sidney Heath22
Swanage and district by Sidney Heath23
Hastings and neighbourhood by Walter Higgins24
Folkestone and Dover by Walter Jerrold25
The Heart of London by Walter Jerrold26
Through London's Highways by Walter Jerrold27
In London's By-Ways by Walter Jerrold28
Rambles in Greater London by Walter Jerrold29
Shakespeare-Land by Walter Jerrold30

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Series description

Series of travel/guidebooks from Blackie &Son, published from 1910 to the early 1950's.  All illustrated by E. W. Haslehust.  There may be more titles in the series.

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