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Black's Guide Books and Travelling Maps.
3. Guide to the Highlands.
TO THE HIGHLANDS & ISLANDS
OF SCOTLAND, Including Orkney and Zetland: Descriptive of their Scenery, Statistics, Antiquities, and Natural History; with Historical and Traditional Notices; Maps, Views, Tables of Distances, Notices of Inns, and other information for the use of Tourists. New Edition, greatly improved. In a closely printed volume. 10s. 6d.
"Most copiously and praiseworthily minute."-Athenæum.
"We do not know two individuals better adapted to the task of writing a Guide Book to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland han the editors of the work before us."-Literary Gazette.
4. Guide to the English Lakes.
LACK'S PICTURESQUE GUIDE TO THE ENGLISH LAKES, Including an Essay on the Geology of the District by JOHN PHILLIPS, F.R.S., G.L., Professor of Geology in King's College, London. With a minutely accurate Map, by W. Hughes; Charts of the Lakes, Views of the Scenery, and an ample Itinerary of all the Routes, with the Distances accurately laid down. Fourth Edition. In a neat pocket volume. Price 5s.
"This Guide to the Lakes has been compiled upon the same elaborate plan (as the Picturesque Tourist of Scotland), governed by the same resolution to spare no cost or trouble to achieve a successful result. It needs no higher commendation. It is a Picturesque Guide in every sense-its descriptions are charmingly written-its intelligence is ample and minute-and its illustrations are admirable specimens of art."-Atlas.
5. Cheap Guide Book for Scotland.
ECONOMICAL TOURIST OF
Containing an accurate Travelling Map and Itinerary, with Descriptive Notices of all the remarkable objects along the several roads, with Four Engraved Charts of those Localities which possess peculiar Historical or Picturesque interest. Fifth Edition, corrected and improved. In a neat closely printed volume. Price 3s. 6d.
"A work most carefully and elaborately compiled, containing the greatest possible amount of information in the smallest possible space."-Scotsman.
6. Guide through Edinburgh.
BLACK'S GUIDE THROUGH EDINBURGH AND LEITH;
With a Description of the Pleasure Tours in the Environs. Illustrated by a Plan of the City; a Map of the Country Ten Miles round; and numerous Views of the Public Buildings and of the Neighbouring Scenery. Fifth Edition. In a neat Pocket Volume. Price 2s. 6d.
"This little book should be in the hands of every stranger who desires to be familiar with all that is remarkable in the Antiquities, Institutions, and Public Buildings of Edinburgh."-Scotsman.
"The epithet of Economical is merited not only by the saving in time, but also by the easy means here pointed out for accomplishing the end in view."-Atlas.