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GUIDE TO THE LAKES,
Minute Directions for the Tourist,
DESCRIPTION OF THE SCENERY OF THE COUNTRY, &c.
GEOLOGY OF THE LAKE DISTRICT,
BY THE REV. PROFESSOR SEDGWICK.
EDITED BY THE PUBLISHER,
LONGMAN AND CO., AND WHITTAKER AND CO.
LIVERPOOL ; WEBB, CASTLE ST.-MANCHESTER; SIMMS AND CO.
be proper to state what will be found in this volume. For much of its contents (especially for the “Introduction,' the whole of the “ Description of the Scenery of the Lakes," and a considerable portion of the “ Directions and Information for the Tourist,") Mr. WORDSWORTH is answerable ; and he has much satisfaction in having been the means of inducing his friend PROFESSOR SEDGWICK to contribute “ Three Letters on the Geology of the Lake District,” most valuable for the importance of the matter they contain, and for the vigorous and eloquent style in which they are written. The 66 Botanical Notices" have been kindly furnished by Mr. GOUGH, the more ample lists of plants in the neighbourhood of Kendal being entirely the fruits of that gentleman's personal researches. For the remaining contents of the book, original and selected, the Editors hold themselves responsible; the Itineraries and